The Florida star
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 Material Information
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 10, 1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00133
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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CQ ,. .IX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1889. NO. 38.

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Cocoa. donkey his tail. It was won by a young guessed the nearest to the number of Melbourne. commodious house built, the greater partof

.' C. Oliver, of Titusville, spent lady, but the "booby Prize" a doll baby, beans it contained was to win the cake, Cool weather again.No the lumber for which is on the ground;

aayat this place. was carried off by Mr. Cook, of Rock- and the next nearest guess was to win a the balance will be delivered this week.

Bestall, of Titusville, was enter- ledge. He carefully pinned the donkey's lovely wax doll, dresed very prettily by and no mosquitoes malaria.Mr. no Californian fleas, The ladies seem to enjoy their camp life,

.JJkTBer Cocoa friends during the tail upon the back of the stage. Mrs. Joyner. Mr. Thrall chanced to as one of them writes, "We are cosy as
After the J. H. Phillips has been having his
prizes had been awarded, guess the correct number and so "took can be, and are having lots of fun."
'yeti. supper was announced and the Hall was the cake." Mr.Vill Black won the love- lots cleared and plowed.
his daughter Miss
1artio and Since the completion of the :Melbourneand
ffc ofJlerritt, paid Cocoa a visit on cleared of seats for dancing. The supperwas ly doll and carried her off as triumphantly Egg plants, radishes, fresh tomatoes Atlantic Railway wharf things are

,,f served on the veranda, which had as if she! had been a real young lady. and cabbage were in market Saturday.Mr. at an apparent standstill. We have

been enclosed for the occasion in canvas We noticed the welcome L. K. Smith has
of Jacksonville among guests .a new partner, a heard it remarked that the enterprisewas

'Il W. CJ Barnes Akers, of Chicago, were, and was made a charming bower by moss, from Titusville, Capt. and Mrs. Paddison bouncing eleven and a half pound boy. (like a great many Florida enter-
i Geo. vines, fern, palms illuminated
by Chi- with their charming and lovely
family "
The around the
Peck House this week. grounds Episcopal prises) "composed mostly of gas. Nowwe
at the nese lanterns. Coffee, chicken salad, daughter, Miss Katie ; Mr. Knight, Dr.
Church rectory have been cleared and very much dislike: to make a state-
of Mr. C. ,Yo Mare cake, etc., was served on small tables dur- McNeil. Col.
1'hepackinhouse : hakleford, Mr. Will]) Black
hoed, the flower-beds put in order, etc. ment that cannot be substantiated in
completed, and work has been ing the evening.The and others. The entertainment
We have an experienced boatbuilder every particular, and so prefer to wait
enced upon> his residence near music was delightful. It fur- in
was perfect success althoughthe
_ every way until is
among us now, Mr. Harry E. McMillan.We everything sure. Believing, as
nished by Miss May Nolan and Mr. amount taken in not
was M> large as
<< do that whatever
\- hear he has several boats to build al- we improvementsbenefit
,S.T itchel1, of Kansas City, Mo., Sam Childs through the entire entertain- we hoped it would be. ready. one portion of a community

, Florida to spend a few ment. Many thanks are due them for
come to Everyone enjoyed themselves and must necessarily, at least, indirectly
From all the late frost
their reports was
.ith'bis son-in-law, Mr. Aaron generous aid in behalf of the side-
walk. nothing of an unpleasant nature occurred more severe farther south than here. benefit the rest, it gives us pleasure to
jTeand! of Ierritt.he throughout the entire affair. Everythingpassed insert an extract from a letter from
The Second night offered Some pineapples are still to be had, and
[ steam launch, which is being tions, and the well-filled hall more attrac- off smoothly and happily, and pines in bloom can be shown here now. Capt. Wilcox : "Business will go on
;1 T Joyner and Booth for Mr. S. gave contrary to the propheciesof some "croakers much livelier than they think. Work
of the fact. The for Service was held last Sunday in the
.ierofCity Point, will be ready for programme ," the affair ended as pleasantly as it will begin on the hotel as soon as we get
: the Church Rev. Dr. DuBose offi
evening opened with music and singing Episcopal ,
,w February. began. The following is a list of those there and get a place to stay, if it is
by Messrs. Beach and Davies then ciating. Notice was given that service
|Jr tgad Mrs. William Wilson, of ; who kindly contributed to the entertainment only a shanty. The artesian well is whatwe
the far-famed "Peak Sisters" marched would be held every Sunday at 10:30a.
returned home after a very In donations. Lemons for two nightsby need first, but all can go on at once.
: oey through the hall and on the 'mid .
nt"'visit with their friends, Prof. up stage Mr. C. \V. Harrison ; a large pound m.Messrs. We expect to leave here so as to :arrive
hearty applause. Mrs. Chas Hammond, A. II. and L. R. Alexander,
Irs. W. H. Peck.the' cake and a waiter of sweet flowers by Melbourne as soon as the rails, etc.,
as Sukey Jerusha Anne I ]] l\Ii with Mr. Ellis from the
Petting; sPeck G. returned
owned by Mr. A. A. :\Schoonmaker ; a baked chicken by get there. Mr. S. R. Smith and wife will
Coquette, as Arminta : Mrs.: Stiling, as Belinda Banana river this week. The party capt-
launched Tuesday after \Irl. Gardner Hardee ; a fine chicken by start when we do, and will build on
Jrit.;was on ; Miss Nolan, as Daughty Miss An- about ducks tealmallards
; sixty spoon- "
; of Col. Setz; a beautifully-iced citron cake Ocean avenue. We will supplementthis I
;m I new dress paint artisticallyjtoalerby drews, as Eliza; Miss :May Fedora Jane bills raft not counted.
; etc.- ducks
[ Joyner and Booth. by )Ir-. Travis ; a delicious and lovely with the following, which explains t
Miss Carrie Moore, as Hannah Sophia; i iced cake by Mrs. haw ; u large dish of"ambrosia" County surveyor Burchficl is engaged it-elf : New York, Dec. 26th, 1888.

kiand'' Mrs. Goodyear arrived at MissVood, as Lucindy; Miss Curtis as by Mrs. R. N. Andrewsa surveying the tract sold by R. W. Goode, Your order for steel rails, joints and
I r winter home, in Rock Ledge: on Miranda; Miss Holmes, as Nancy Kctu- Mr. after which he willsurvey I
waiter of flowers by Mrs. Jarvis; Chinese EMJ., to Henry, spikes for the Melbourne and AtlanticR.
{(e&csday last. They were accom- ra.Ir8.. Hammond excelled in her
part I to'the Melbourneand
lanterns by Mix Julia Roperts ; pine- the plot granted R. duly received, for which please accept -
laieJby their three beautiful daughters.: of a quaint old woman.Iis.3 Nolan and
apples by Mrs. W. Wilson, of Courtney : Atlantic Ry. Co., and also the balance my thanks. I have ordered the r

[ IfissCarry Burbank, a lovely and Kittie Andrews sang their "quartette"most lemons for two nights by Prof. I\ck. of Major Graves land. goods to be forwarded from the mill this I

t young lady from Saco, Maine, sweetly, and :Miss= Carrie Moore asa The baking of the bread and cake used Our) enterprising merchant, Mr. C. J. day and will advise you of their arrival !

fed Cocoa last week, and will spend poetess won everybody deep admira- for the occasion was kindly done by Mrs. Hector, contemplates further improve- in New York, which will be within six

lieiinter with her cousin, Mrs. E. tion. In fact the "Peak Sisters" must be Lyman. Dr L. T. Daniel and Mr. Lewis ments on his valuable property here. days or sooner. In accordance with

seen to be fully :appreciated.Ir C. Ur. Andrews were very kind in taking I \Ve saw some very fine sweet oranges at your instructions I have ordered them .

I Ir. Hover left for Jacksonville on Harrison deserves: great credit for having charge of the door and acted most efficiently his store from his plantation of St. shipped by steamer to Capt. Wilcox,

bdaJ". She and Capt. Hover intend introduced to this part of the world "The I i in that position. Mr. Ed. King Kilda Melbourne beach. Jacksonville, Fla., to be forwarded by
Peak and if the J. T. & K. W. and
Railway steamer.
Sisters" one judge ,
hsf permanently) at Cocoa, and will may contributed four dollars]) in cash. Mrs.McGinnisg Communion service was held last Sab- "
Yours trulv, We are 1
of audience its
appreciation an by applause -
JackMme and her daughter contributed bath morning at the M.:: E. Church, anda greatly pleased to hear this, and wish
those who witnessed the Thurs-
l two dollars in ca-h. The amount cleared meeting of the young people in the that good hotels were not over five or six
day night's entertainment certainly en- above all i is $45.14.The ; miles apart the whole length of our beau- ;
( beautiful clusters of Villa expenses afternoon to form a branch of the Socie-
joyed every moment of their stay. The tiful river. More hotels mean more
faacaand Sicily lemons were cxhibit- ty (Jf Christian Endeavor. A most elegant tourists tourists .
succeeded in more bring more -
"Peak Si ters" were encored so earnestly ladies have getting I ; permanent
jilere( by Mr. Chas. Magruder, of bouquet of roses, chrysanthemums, I settlers, and consequently more I
that the 'nine sweet maidens" had to most of the young men to promise to givea '
hale}T. They were grown from the etc., was furnished by Mr. G. W. Idner. improvements and general prosperity.
follow .Terll ha Anne few days work (or to for
"Sukey PettingilP'to money pay Hasten the day is the wish of \
Implanted by him. the stage and go through with the performance men to work in their place) on the walk. Dr. DuBose arrived on Friday night. U. D'ONOHU.

| It T. Booth became a "Benedict" again. The following is a list of those who He is glad to get back to Florida again. ",

jjlitnsville last week. ins marriage Dancing and supper followed the sec- have generously promised their aid in His daughter, he hopes, will be able to Lake Worlli.- k

lost romantic: one, and we hoperortis ond departure of the "Peak Sister: and laying the walk : Mr. E. Stiling will lay start next week with the rest of the Weather pleasant. .

permission to tell "all about until a late hour sweet strains of dance the walk in front of his :store without ex- family for Melbourne, where the fine,
J. F. Ernest arrived home Dec. 18th.
[:ft wit week's STAR. music filled the hall. pense to the sidewalk committee. Mr. invi orating air will soon restore her

Yr Albert Magruder obtained, on Friday night was stormy and the hall O. K. Wood will lay the walk in front of usual good health. ing Pain finely.plentiful and everything grow-

dayatCourtneYt on Mr. II. J. Tif- was,not Sta well-filled as it would have his residence without expense to the side- The Daytona wife murderer, whose

[\" !rote, a fine flow of water of fifty been had the weather proved more pleas walk committee. Mr. A. A. Taylorvill arrest near Micco will, doubtless, be again Geo.from,V. Reynolds the north.Sheriff and. wife arc home'

ins per minute. This is the first ant, but those who did come had no cause I giye four days work, Mr. Ed Hill, four noted by other correspondents, it seems

Ijtfiian well which has been tried on to regret having ventured out, as the humorous days; Mr. D. R. Johnson, two days; Mr. stopped at Melbourne, where he preached for Miami elect on the, Win.3rd.F. Baldwin, left

|. nttt'8 Island, and several more will story inimitably told by Prof. : W. G. Paterson, two da'slr.; J. A. in the A. M. E. Church: with so much
I The Corrinne left the first of the weekon
-JU11k DOW that it has proved success- W. H. Peck, of the adventures of.llev. Paine, two daIr.; Gus Johnson, two vigor that a sufficient sum was contributed her return trip up the B. I. R.

[*. The veil will be drilled deeper soak Erastus Bingle-Bungle was too funny, days; Mr. E. C. Johnson, two da.8Ir.. ; to pay his expenses to Micco. Verily .

Obb.in a)larger: flow. The water and so enjoyed by the audience that they Ralph, two days; Capt. Thos. Lacy will we are reminded that it is "Not everyone commenced Morrison work and Hitel1 on R. ll R.s McCormicks(have again

lJ b1'Iike that obtained over here on acted as if they had taken laughing gas, give two days; Capt. James McNeil, two that saith Lord Lord !" residence.

Lain 1zd.he and though the Professor aid that some days work; Mr. Jo'nerIr., Booth, Mr. Quite a large party from Eau Gallic Capt. E. N. Dimick, and County Com

,fl :tracks of a large panther were of his jokes were "chestnuts' we failedto Thrall and Mr. Schoonmaker have also visited the ocean on New Year's Day. missioner, A. M. Fields left for Miamion

""V seen' by I'lr.Ioorc and others find any. promised to give some work on the walk, They arrived at East Melbourne in the the 2nd.

Ie morning last week, and during the Mr. R. N. Andrews then read a "Senti- and the ladies feel confident that many steamer Maggie Dillon, owned by Mr. Alvin Hendrickson and Peter Lar-

btu night a number of persons mental AlHttcration," every word of more will give a helping hand when the William Treutler. Among those presentwe sen name down from Jupiter, Dec. 31st,

'.! Wakened by piercing cries of dis- which began with S. It was greatly en- work has been started. The amount noticed Mr. and Mrs. Treutler, Mr. 1888, and did'nt go home till the next

.,is a woman's voice as they sup- joyed, especially by classic minds. Mrs. raised so far will not near pay for the and Mrs. J. O. Walton, Capt. and Mrs.A. year.Miss

\tl The cries could not be located Chas. Hammond, as usual, afforded much walk, but it is something to :start; on, and Bennett, Mr. and Mrs J. Mellor, Mr. Belle Ernest after spending holiday -

mounted for until the panther tracks amnscmnnt to the audience by a comic the ladies say that they will)) not give up George Clarke, Master Claude Walton, week at home, left on the 3rd for

h bt Upon the much-discussed sub- recitation. A lovely and well-executed' until they raise money enough to finish Mr. P. R. Blatch, and several others school.Jupiter again, where she is teaching

We hope nothing further will beorthe song by Mr. "". Beach was next enjoyed the sidewalk. They propose giving an I whose names we failed to obtain.
London wife and child with
weeks ,
panther, unless it be that and the evening's exercises were closed entertainment every two duringthe Rev. J. N. Mulford, 1lrs.1uIford, Guy Bradley as pilot, left on the 2nd,

'taPtured and killed. with clog dancing in costume by Mr. J.A.Paine winter, and in that way obtain the Mr. Cluett, Mr. Crandal and Master in Capt. London's sharpie, bound for

Postmaster whose excellent performancewas desired fund. On Wednesday, two weeks Sanford arrived Thursday night. They Miami and the keys.
Mr. R. N. Andrews, and from yesterday, they will give a concert ,
foot forget encored and repeated. Supper called on as many o ftheir friends as the New Year was celebrated by a rifle
the "boys afloat" Christ- terminated this pleasant night. and, "Pink Ball" at Hi's]) Hall, and sup shoot, in the afternoon and a dance at
eD)aF. but dancing I i limited time would permit, and an impromptu -
sent them some delicious I On Saturday night a dwarf woman was per will be served to the guests. Fur- night, both at the Cocoanut Grove Ho-
held the
e. at Idyle
pith Pretty cards for each of the ther notice of the affair will be given reception was tel. Rain interfered with the shooting -
acrew.. personated in a most comic manner by wyld in the evening, so that friends on somewhat but the dance was very
dish and napkinttohpPear Mr. Davies with music and songs by Mr. next week, and it is to be hoped that all whom they were unable to call might enjoyable and was kept up till the cocks

\ again until New Year'srcturncd Beach. will try to come and help on the good have an opportunity of meeting them. crowed for the 2nd.

1th t was to ?Ir- An- The "Donkey" was brought out againas work.The. They proceeded next morning on their Will some of the up-country corres-
a handsome black silk scarf tell little about the frostup
pondents us a
4 i white everyone seemed to enjoy his company managers, Mr. W. II. Peck and way to Lake Worth, where it is under-
Silk handkerchief folded there ? Perhaps they did not have
h l1e JlapkJn and a neat little card so much and he received a great Mrs. C. '\". Harrison, have been untiringin stood Bishop Weed purpose sestablishinga any, but it hardly seems as though it
e deal of attention and about fifty tails. their efforts to make the entertain- church.Mr. had skipped all the northern and colder
?y.8 Afloat, expressing their the first prize- of the State and only struck here
Miss Hardee won and successful parts ,
for Daisy! ments as enjoyable so Waynesboro' N. C.
L his kiud remembrance of Henry, where it is warmer during the winter
t a large and lovely wax doll, prettily cially,as well as financially, and they have whose return from down the river was than any place north of Key Wq t. At

dressed by Mrs. Joyner. Master Pat won the praises from all.]) noted last week, after a careful examination this time the damage shows, wherever

loco; Hardec took the "booby" prize, a wooly of different points all along the,river there is any, and it is not as bad as at
Entertainnlcl1s.l1Ie wheels.A first supposed, and will probably not
Florida Slar dog on the -).Imeat L. A. Coleman) ,proprietor of our and finding the most tender tropical amount to a loss of one hundred dollars -

1adies lottery, a fish pond, Rebecca at market, has just received and plants uninjured on the peninsula here, all put together. To tell the truth

.._ t.t. who had the scrie3 of enter- well, and a fortune-telling booth, made placed in position one of Stevens' cooling and realizing: the superior facilities of about the matter, most of the folks were

(kra 111 charge for the improvement things lively on Saturday night. The rooms, 10x15, and operated by cold transportation, has purchased of Mr. R. more scared by the sight of the frost
fctoalbof Cocoa, opened the af-, favorite resort and many of laud Melbourne than hurt by any damage it did to their
J fish pond was a air. It |is a handsome structure, 10ft. W. Goode ten acres fruit vegetables.. Several of our new
,k \ Hall, the night after Christ- fish(?) foreign to the Indian River were high, grained and varnished. He has beach, near the land of Major Graves, settlers were surprised to learn it was

11 hooked there. Lemonade was never so also supplied the market at Cocoa and which he will have prepared for pine- unusually cold, and if it pot no colder

c had been brilliantly lighted delicious as when served by the pretty Melbourne with one each, and has con- apples. than it did then, they would not ask a
1lY decorated fair beautiful cake which was better or afer climate; others said they
aDd with. the by many Rebecca. The auction- tracted to supply them with beef undera Mrs. H. E. Cummings, Mrs. Wheelerand thought more of the country since the
'at1 assi stance of some contributed by Mrs. Travis was Miss Grace Cummings are living on frost than they did before it. Truth
11Mones also. in five years'contract, allowing the use
and bought
On I ed off on Thursday night their place at Melbourne: Beach. These compelled the statement that there was
.m ,., hi the program was the "Donkey I'! by Mr. Ed. Cook, of Rockledge, who of these rooms for that length of time. ladies have the spirit that must have ani- frost here; truth also compels the state-

\lllt. : ch afforded great amusement I kindly presented it back to the ladies, Messrs. Coleman and Rawlerson have have ment that snap beans, ripe tomatoes,
? The I I mated the early pioneers. They
first fresh lettuce and young onions are plen-
"Io.-I\\'"', Pr'ze-a pair of lovely i and they disposed of it on Saturday night 400)head of cattle.on a good range, and had a comfortable camp constructed, in tiful.

qr!e&, tWarded to the person who i by having it guessed for. A jelly glass are continually replenishing their stock. which they are living while having a SAY.S .
llCCessful in I and the who
giving the. black I Iif was filled with beans person I /

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.'': j '; '; ; _, :-" THE FLORIDA STAR: !' THURSDAY, 'JAN. 10, 1889.DEATH'S '.

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r 22. At Philadelphia.." Vicar-General Maurice A.I L. C. OLIVER. F. T. HUDGE.OI.I'VEIR .

1 II I bAVY HAM: ). Walsh aged 55CS. : .
At New York. Mrs. Ellen Evring Sherman,
., & IBTJ3DQ-E.
aged 04. ,

MIGHT'I I 6. At New York. Dr. David Hostetter.

HEADS DURING 1888.The I ii At Brooklyn Gen. VT. IL Browrell aged .4a Dealers inGEORGIA
2:. At Philadelphia Vicar General Walsh.
i S3. At Rochester Pa. Gen. Thomas J. Power.

firisl> Kneiny of ManMml Ha Spared aged: 81 I IDECc.roct.
Neitlifi Palace nor Hovel and Here Are I
1. At Washington: D C-i: Rear Admiral Edward ,
Set Down the Same of Some of Ills I Simpson.
Brightest l\J.uk.. 4. At Fort Hamilton N. Y.. Maj. Gen. Romeyn
I I B. Ayres aged 62. SHINGLES AND LATHS.
JANUARY I 7. At Bellefonte l'a.. Gen. William IL Clair

2 At Kaltimore. Gen baac U Trimhle. aged 85 aged 70.
At Philadelphia. Joel Parker ex Coveruor of 10. At New York Rear Admiral Lo Roy.
New Jersey agv d Si 12. Colorow Indian chief. Gr ER.AL JB.A.. DVV AB.E
12.: Ate\. York. Gen. James C. Lana ,
7 At North Stoniu ."ton. ( 000 Kiiauv Cottrell. a
Indian aged 105 .
Ptsquot ; ,

9 At a..1 San 5F Francixm. hen Washington Seawell.Jt '' THE WORLD'S JAXCARY. Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery

At Ifciston.n A tin It Undent-taxi aged 61 12 11ltfieltland McCoys of Kentuc!: and West ,
I!) Wu-sliinKiuu tiforge Walker. ex-United I Virginia, fought a pitched battl They met
rutivil euerul ut Paris axed C3 i: again Jan U
21 At sail Frativisvo. Walter M tiihson. ex pro : 18. Court Clerk: Irion. of Birmingham Ala., defaulted PAJI: TS .A. D OILS
mlT uf the Sandwich Island. aged OT I in C 20.(JOO ,
At Mentor Eliza liallnu Car-field. mother of 23 W T Reynolds cashier Citizens.bank Lime-

President' Garfield aged 1 Mi I stoutI '" was murdered: by liank! roboers. Refrigerators Water Coolers; Ice Cream Freezers
28 At \\"ast 1jnb ton. Hear Admiral Clark II Wells. I one of whom was shot by the people.! ou ,
80 At Cambridge. Mac. Profpssor Asa Gray. authorities Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
1l:; d 1 :-; : Charles o'Bnen.. cashier and !;: C. Jlo.-se. ,
FEBRUARY I book Lee;KT. of the Aub mrti. !. Y... :drat Nutioiml -
h. uk.' U falcatl.m.! C:'iJ.H.)
2. At Home. Italy.\ Mrs Mary Hitt. aged 8-1. disappear :
I 27 ln\tftiatun of the Central 1 iau.;; case, ': i>-
13: At Santa I-V. N M.. Arcbuisaop Baptkte ; POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
L iniy. aged 74 I rem.t... sio.t'sdrlilk'rate lank breaking rio t
D II Ix de Petroleum V of the oiTicials have come to the United States
15 At i(;It't.lo. 0., > (
.. "'En ::a.by). ugedM .
'.. 71 5 Whit Cups loggeil<< and left a man o LJ"in
1? At New York. A. Barnes aged ..
21 At lYovidence. George II. Corliss. ned 70. condition in Indiana .
Ind. and stole! taoz..a J ii..::_ catches TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWEBS.
21 At lVashfn ton. \". \V Corcoran. aged 9J 7 Ex-Mayor Means, or l ::.canati: president of many .x
the Metropolitan ;:t..1..i bunk, arrested for and j0crj'Thom :
81ACC3 misappropriation I Iki'i: !: close! 23. :: Axworthy. treasurer. of Cleveland, Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.

4. At rA)".toa Amos Cronson Alcott aged 83- A henry Rqece, cashier Cotitiueutal hotel Philadelphia dk ppt'ln>J, leaving a.dm! .cit of about$500,000. INDIAN RIVER XTTliSKK >;
5. Sirs.\ Proctor widow of Barry Cornwall defaulter in ;:.tiJ.Hv'tJ ::ovr:: ':.. .

aged 69 Amos J SnelL Chicago millionaire, murderedby 4. Pr-rin: ".Kt:e coach! 1'O."y n:'ar Santa Barbra. Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.
6 At 1k>..ton Louisa May AU-ott, aged 55 burglar (This ij the celebrated Tascott t ..:
7. At Charleston: C. G Jlenuninf secretary of case.) I;. He::.-, ,': :::ing,Jr., si-t and: m.l at Omaha, CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
the Confederate treasury aped' 85 Bi Masked robbers went through a Southern Pacific JCv-l) i ,' :.:.bl)5o Ueiclilor.vth! whom he had
8 At Charleston W Va., lien U II Strotber I train near T.l..o;). A. T Reported I::'. ......... '.: lived. JOHN E. JJEACII, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, ..1a.o 1 .
(Porte Crayon). aged 7i heavy loss 23. J t II: :\.c,:.-j!, New York: former atenced:: to

9 At Merlin Frederick William Ludwig von I 29 Express: train robbery on the St. Louis. Arkansas twenty-live years irnprisrarscsl.: :
Iloh lzuilt'm (William I). emperor of Germany and Texas railroad ct Kinh l ntl. Arkansas 23. Ilr.;. \7titiag! : 1'.:;'...;. !' 'plila, r ;'. oner: convicted -
and king of Prussia aged 'Jl of under in th-! ,first ilv"Tr": %
12. At New York. lIt>ury Bergb, aged CT KA.R.l'11 SO. Treasurer Charles! (l V.'inehelf; !! :\pink I 1 0 OFF I 0 !

16 At aged Part? Senator Lazars Ilippolyte Caruot. 3. Discovery Charleston of S. C graveyard insurance scheme county, I) 'f.. dianr..rcJ:: ;: a ilr:niter; fur1OO.CVJ

18 Horace Fairbanks. ex-governor of Vermont, 4. Erastus J Jones ex-treasurer of Dauphin DCCCXCZI.I.
aged 63. county Pa., defaulter in $01.000. i Phil Daly: the Long lr::;''li frambler.. shot
23 At Washington i Morrison R. Walt, chief justice SO. State Treasurer Tate. of Kentucky: reported ii a NJ-." York: <'.'n. '. ':S"r.' he* had oven en- .\ HIT.
of the Unite States aged T2. defaulter in Sri>,O'.X< ). tit .1 byi woman's :..::.-. ".i km! a view to rt>a- FLATTERED
24. At Wiesbaden John T Hoffman, es-governor 27. State National bank: of Raleigh N. C., closedits l>.'.7T.e: wound u\_: : .:t.: N r.ou: one 10OFF -. ---
cf New York aged COAt doors. Charles E. Close president and r.. Fra'ii !n Dates ai *...loy M.f hOld Hutch By the Selling Qualities of a TEN
New York. Commodore Robert! B Hitchcock Samuel C White cashier defaulters in S.:>.OO a defaulter in ChSf.i.7'. ii ;.'.5.CO 10 Per Cent O
PER CENT DISCOUNT, and my already 11
aeJ S-I. APIIIU Kino proirent: citi.va< cf Crawford county
25 At New York Joseph W Drexel aged 55. 3. First WLitechaifcl murder reiKHted. In-.l.. urreed. ia cbunuction with the \',kite 10 OFF Low Prices, I have concluded] U CVli JIadf',
20 At savannah ex-IJeutenant Governor Dors- 11 Trial of Dave Walker Bald Knobber chief, in ('alt o'u'. ."*
he na-r. of New York, aged 52. progress ia Ozark. Miss He was convicted. D. A 1::(.::u.v-' ..:\l I tho jail: : at Birmingham Ala.. run off my entire remaining Winter
27 Near "Jaynoat: Del.. Felix O. C. Darley artist, and with other Bald ICnobbers sentenced to ii ai .iM.ivt to lynch William Ilawcs the 10OFF Stock on the same basis, and I ha nl't tin
txy l-"l.1 i'2Seyyiil hang ()t'C. 23: r ::rlt'I' .- T.JO; sheriff! and his party fired on
! t Barghash. sultan of Zanzibar aged 80.APRIL. 13 Happy Bob Van Brunt, formerly Salvation tl-u.: : Llllii.:; n.a"m and wounding thirty. slightest doubt that so great a saving U 10 Per Cent Off ;*

I Army leader, hanged at Warsaw. N \".. fur Ninth V.'hitecliapel: lui-rder.: my customers will have the desired results. 10 Saved.
I th- murder of Will Roy 10 \'s: i in Te=::s.
fJiiLuielphla. IL Brewster, 10 OFF !
4. At Benjamin ex- .
i 29 Passenger train oa tho Inter-Oceanic railwayin 11: L Ilar,>-r. './::1's <>;-> th(' -nis of the Fi- _
artorney general United States aged 71. ylexico rohb! ed hy highwaymenMAY i!>.'Uy Ijauk! of t'icir.ati. a r.ivi.maniac.: THE FINEST CLOTHING ANIFURNISHINGS >
5. At New York Jacob Sharp. aged 71 V.'hit.* (;.'.p oiitr.i.r: ., 1.:1.1.: .;.. I i': ., .1 v.,fuoIleiJOile.l 10
7. At Brooklyn Gen Quincy Adams Gillmore, I ..' at the Lowest Price10 OiTwa Fet-
1 Assistant Cashier Da Baun. of tho Parka- aj'xvii-aicu; i-f \ ..;tCuiic. 4.t Jamestown -
aged 03 S. tional bank New York defaulter in !a j.(OO ,I N YTiuio OFF !III! !II! with an additional Cut of 10 Per Cent Not Jf'fft-Mair.t
14. At pain Archbishop Joseph '
\ (.: s indicted in Indiana
of Illinois oiiflnued the ;
9. The court (
Al mau '. eged 74 supremo 1? Ii.g: .f trouble: bt. ';.'n whites and on the plainly-marked prices, is a magnet
of the huxt> .. and they < ___ _
sentence Chicago I'
15..At J.h'(>rpool. En;:.. Matthew Arnold aged C5. ,,. I 10 OFF ! !
r.!he':.* ; MNsi in ,i
sent to Joliet! ; i -; that attracts the thoughtful and sets tin
17. At Brooklyn, Ejmrcim George Squire, aged CO.IS. were penitentiary ,
At New York. Dr Cornelius aged 58. 12. Masked robber! hoard a train on the Sonora I 1
Agnew 10OFF indifferent to thinking.1):: Stock is far is't
At New York, cz-Unitad States Senator IloscoeConkling. railroad ct Aguazarca. A. T. ad then robbed
aged CO the fireman ki.ied; tho c.tpre..;r.ian and fatally I. GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, I II superior in every way to anything offered OFF

10! At Baltimore. Jld.. A. :S AbeL founder of The hurt tho conductor One passenger fatally in this market. FUR
Baltimore Sun aged is 1. hurt I Foreign ant! oincstic. ,1LL.I .
20. At New York William B. IMnsmoro president JUNE.
s of At!:1.q Express company aged T7 1. Mrs. Rawson whoso divorce suit against her I
!husband was the talk of Chicago, shot Maj I I I J. BJrJRrJJBA UI.\L[
21. At Boston, Brig. Gen. William DwighUaged ::G. I Seiser Bro. Comp9y ,
At Ottawa Thomas White Canadian minister Whitney her husband's attorney, in open

cf tae Interior n?etl 18.; court. TIT Ui S rILLIJ FLORIDA.
22. At New Brunswick N J.. Near Admiral 3. White<< Caps of Spencer county Ind., commanded I I :
Cliarles Stewart Boggs.aged 77 newspapers to publish tieir! proclamation Agents for Bishop( Hoyt & Co's Hammock -

23. At New York. Mrs. Clements S. Lozi r. M. D., : under eualty of chastisement I Land Florida Oranges, !
aed 743J. 6. M. L Ijchtenstein. Wilmington. Del., defaulter I! Citra, Florida.COMMISSION i IRRIGATE IRRIGATE !
At home II. B Deasy, vice rector of the ii $:33-O.
American college. 17. Eight masked robbers: went through a train i i -:0-
KAY. near Junction: City:i M.\ T., securing; $I.-tW. t ------:
20. P. A. Iluber. Adams Express agent at Sun- I
2. At Fond di Lcc, V_iSo. Bishop John Henry bury Pa., arrested for stealing an express r MERCHANDISE The Wind EnrVJ
of g4NI
Hob:.:': ri-;- '.. aged LG.C. package containing! $:?>,GOO in transit from rerjuistes a
At A aer"t. Mass.. Lawrence Persons Ilickok, Philadelphia in August mi I! mt

aged C9 22. Porter cud Buck American burglars, held in are TOWER, LIGHT i Kl-XNINb. $SELf
;. Near CriSlthsville, t?. Va., Thomas Cgglestoa, London tor extradition to Zurich, where they %

aged 111 He smoked for ninety years. are cll rtedith stealing S t:.''OO worth of : Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. GOY E E x i x G R t !STRENGTH TO WIT
Professor CO.
8. At London Leone.Lev aged property y

11. At Et. Paul, Mum.. Commodore Kittson, aged 2.>. Charles A. Pitcher teller of Union bank of 28 N. Delaware Ave and 20 Water St. .-- --. ,
(ii.t Providence R. L, is a fugitive- and defaulter STAJCD STORMS, ABILITY, OIrL
12.: Toronto John Joseph Lynch archbishop of ia largo amounts I DL'i
Toronto aged 7:. ..ll'LY Philadelphia, Pa. CITY.

JCXE. 3. John R. Van Loan of tho Second National

C At New York Thomas McElrath, first publisher bank of Jersey city, a defaulter 015,000: References-Seventh :Nat'l. Bank; Produce l
Numbers of ti1i1o1iil un
of The New York Tribune, abed SI. 13. Tho stealing of i'1. L. Lichtenstcia defaulting Nat'l.] Bank; Mercantile Agencies tes- .
7. At Paris, Marshal Hdmoud lo Bouf, aged ;1)). treasurer of Wilmington. Del! lean associa M. :
Produce House in
8. At Jamaica Plains JIass.. Rev Dr James Lions a gr $100,000.. I or any Philadelphia. shown to prove the 1irkwsslliPdEL-
Freeman Clarke, aged 78. 15.: Moro stories of opium smuggling on the extreme -
10. At Fall River JIass.. Stephen Gleason. northwest and tho New York and _
gine all these.
aged ica frontier Later many crrest3 were trade and posseses
Right lion Edward:: Robert King Harman under in November Frank Gardner was convictedend RAY & BRYAN fi
secretary for Ireland aged 50 years sentenced for being conc.'CI.IJI"tIIlItrt' ,
12. At Somerset 0., Mrs John Sheridan mother Three Bohemian Anarchists Ilr";ic'?. Chapek
of Cen heridan.: aged 87 Chlebouth arrested Chicago for rfn.piracy I Ii i THE KIRKWOOD WIND ENGINE
14. Near rrewoaryport.: MOSJ., Mary N Prescott to murder Judgvs Gerry and Gri::!ie.l and ..A.r"tcsian.VV.e11.
abed 43 Inspector Hon1 eId. and bum down the city
15. At BerUn Frederick IH emperor of Germany \Varbetweeu Ilatfield and McCoy: factions in Is the Most Reliable, Durable, Lightest-running and Ioncrful"intI Engine .:-

and l king of Prussia aged W.: Piko county, Ky., and Logan county. W Va.. A.I.'U vented. Coupled with its symmetrical design and hand.- m(' appearance raa*l' -..
: Rev. Trevor, 79. broke afresh
;0. At York England, George aged out :
most desirable and economical for the
At London England Dr. Charles II Zukertort, 27. Governor lull! commuted death sentence of I purchaser.
fAIITB/lf'l/ ADQ
eIlcS3I'.ycr.' aged 45 Chiara Cignaralj to imprisonment for life. IRRIGATION MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS, PIPING.
J. At Long Island City L. I., Francis Henry Tur- 23. White Caps in Perry county. Ind., tog two I *
pia Bellow, artist, aged Gl.At Mormon missionaries., Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden. Write for IIlt.*4rat l (* J

San Francisco. Gen. Washington: I. Elliott SO. I' I:. Dederick. cf Albany: robbed of W.COCby 1 Solicit Correspondence. logue, free. Address,
aged G7 an expert thief. *
J"LV. AfGCST. G. L 0 UTllEL LUCAS EDEtf FLORIDA.dWHwYSpStetonftHorldaS. _._
0. At Tullamore j.::iL Ireland.: John :!nndevill 1. flunky Morgan hanged in Columbus. O. I 'I'ITL"S'"ILLI';, FLORIDA. : -
11.1' 7. Second Whitechaptl murder.
11. At Brooklyn G?n. Jesso C. Smith aged 60. 10. Hugh M. Brooks, alics Maxwell, hanged at St. I S. Line.
12. At Contentment Island. Darien Conn. Vincent
Louis for the murder of Preller. .
Colycr. artist; aged (;1. f I 14. Two men ia Chicago;: arrested for systematicmail I I! I
At Rochester, N. Y., Hiram Sibley. aged 81 robbery, having taken more than: $100. I I PORTER & POTTER Magnificent Steamships of this Line appointed to sail a; r..lIW"= :
15. In Africa Sir Johannes Henricus Brand president
000 from the mails. Standard Time.
<<: of tho Orange Free State aged C4. I 21. Capt. N. Kin1cy.fulel Knobber chief Missouri )

19. At Corn wall-on-the-51.Hudson. Rev. Edward shot and killed at Ozark. by Bill Miles, ouauti- From Jacksonville: to jSTeyv m York.SEMINOLE : .
Payson Roe aged

110. 'At Cincinnati. 0.. Gen. Thomas L. Young, 27. Charles Bald Kuobber.W. Waldron. d Hil"dale.! Mich., absconded Seal Estate Dealers ,..................... ........................._Thursday, January 3rd, fcWa.;

abed 55. to Canada with several thousand dol CHEROKEE,................................................ lOtfc, Ilms
21 At Lake Dunmore, near Brandon Vt.. Court- II
landt Palmer 4.x; lars. | IROQUOIS...................................................Sunday, lh, 1 tP
aged 31. Third murder.C. Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. s. p
:3. At LeavenwortX! Kan., (];-Go\ Thomas Car- Whitechapel SEMINOLE,............................................... Thurd"ay, 17th, & .

ney, aged G3. % rcMmmm. I Late Worth, Florida is the most tropical part of CHEROKEE,..............._.........................._.._..Sunday. 20 tih, 6v'.1"fi.l': 1i1

SO. At Middletown. NY, Hartley Campbell pbyTTright. C. Attorney a terrible General: stag Micbeaer of affairs of.owing Indiana to the reported i the State. It lies parallel w ith the ocean beach, is I IROQUOIS,..................................................Thursday, -_.U.., If t: -
aged 45.: : i-H miles of width of mile is '1 1.t10 r m
depredations of White Caps ia tha southern connected long with:; an the average b one SEMINOLE,................................................Sunday;; ". -, tar,
Dr. Robert is
81.t Ix-grange, Ky.. Morris, poet ocean c an inlet and nowhere I. T.j So IIi
laureate of Masonry aged 72 part of the state over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. i CHEROKEE,..............................................Thursday, 3M, ..: .

ACGCST. 7. Fourth Whiitvhapcl murder. The flushing and hunting cannot be excelled, pomJ I IROQUOIS,...........................r......................_Sunday, February Std, :( 1 So.I
20. Seventeen outlaws shot dead in a battle with ano, blue fish, s-ea trout, barracuta, sheephead and
5., At Nonquitt Mass... Philip Henry Sheridan vigilantes near l'alador.1.0 Man's Laud. other fine fish being easily caught by trolling or From Fernaiidina to !New York.
general of tho army of the United States Three vigilantes were killed and nine wounded. I, v ith a ret Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in fcb &t P
aged 57. 21. Fifth Whitecbapel murder. the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water DELAWARE,.................................................Sundr.v" January :

11. At Amesbury. !iss.. Richard S. Spot=ord, 24. Mrs. Lizzie Hoy of Bandero county. Tex., shot I lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful co- YEMASSEE,..................................................... 13tls.IlI1. p V
iu all along the )
coanut groves are bearing shores o f U .It tI P.
aged 50. and killed "The Lone Highwayman." the lake, and guavas mangoes, aapadilloa, alligator ; DELAWARE......... ....... .............................___. CI .. ....- 1..' 4LS.. II
Conn.. Lawrence R
12.t Sharon Jerome, .1V r
25. James Brown said to have been married thirty- ,i pears sugar: apples, Spanish limes. Jamaica apples, YEMASSEEDELEWARE:. ...............-.....................................-. -ow, U'I la
agedCO. three times convicted of bigamy in Detroit. coffee, goosberry trees maumee .. 3fd irFor 1.
14. At Monterey. CiL, Charles Crocker: aged C5. t7. 1?. R. Foster trustee of tho gratuity (undo! ': maumee tamarinds,sapotas, almonds, dates, figs, oranges apples ,............................,..............._...... Febriwry ,
20. At Rochester N. Y., Seth Green aged- 7L the New York I'roduuu Exchange: declared a I limes', lemons,citron and all kinds of tropicaltruit.4and
:::5. At Caithness. Scotland, Sir John Rose, Canadian defaulter! in $103,000 flowers are doing finely here. This i* the most Jacksonville.Cherokee -. 3 .. \
statesman aged CS.6EPTESIEER.. !.:). Sixth Whitechapel murder. eastern part of Florida. being 100 miles east of the Coin Charleston). Friday Jan. 4th, 3 p. m I'Iroqnois 30. Seventh Whitechapel murder. longitude of Jacksonville This brings the Gulf Iroquois (direct), Tuesday January ftb.; S p. m | hDI Dole (direct) '1115- MJ r"7/:;.... 2 P. .. ,
Stream nearer to the land here than at any other Seminole (via Charleston Jan. llth. 3 j Cherokee via CLark" ), *" ... J s ,
) Friday m ( P.
& At Norwich, Ct., George I* Perliins, aged 100. 30. Cashier Chapin. of Fall River, reported a defaulter part of the coast and thus insures the most even Cherokee (direct), Tuesday January 15th 3 p.p. m I| In-quoi (direct). T..*i*F. J wrr ,
C. At Stamford Conn.. John Lester Wallack.ogcdca In $106.000. temperature of an y place in the United States. A 1
CCTO !:R. large acreage is put in garden truck every winter For Fernancliiia
Professor Richard to 20.COO bushels of early tomatoes be .. M ,...,. "
12. At New York Proctor. from 15,000
I .
... 2. Eighth Whitechapel murder. I which bring from $1.50 to Delaware, (via Charleston), Tuesday Jan. 1st. noon I Yema see, .. .. ... J .
ing grown every year *'
51. ,.
aged "
I L Antonio Flaccomio murdered In New York. I Good Yemas ee, sth 3 p m I I Delaware
busheL hotels stores and
} $5.00 poet-
24. At Madrid. Ex-Marshal Bazaino of Franco.OCTOBC3 per I' .
This was the noted Mafia murder. : offices are convenient. lots of all sizes and prices -Delaware, II 13th, 3 p. m |
18. II. S. Briggs. safe manufacturer at Rochester secure d by the above firm who have almost all oft For Information Freight and Pa 3t", apply to
10. At Chicago, Long John Wentworth aged 73. N. Y.,absconded; $14.00)short in his accounts. -fcebest land to sell Parties buying now will, ins r Regarding '"' DreaclRaT,**'. ...-.-a.-. T A
19 At Paris, ex-President Salomon of Hayti 19. Paymaster J !t. MeClurw stable boss Hugh : cert time, more than double the purchase money J. A. LESLIE Agent!Jackecnvllte; T. 4O. :EGIR. Traffic Ilacager; 3> *
aged 63- Flannicpin. employed by Contractor: Fad- t tots range from 5 to 10 acres all fronting on Late STEAD. Agent. Fernandina. Po 3 l .- I
a At I.'ev.ton, 3=:s.;. 0. :'J. Pulslfei, den of Willresborve. I\i.. robbed cf 12.000 Worth. Pikes from $ro to JCCO an acre. Anyon' JOIN HOWARD, Gen Florida Traveling led Titiflt Apen, tJckKTUlr
: Li Yu Doc. Chinaman and and murdered wishing further iul'crmation enclose stamp to jLe O. F. P. A., Jacksonville. t"
:1.: At York general I '3 Broadway, \e.r
above Erin WI. P. CLYDE & CC'. Gen'l Agent
cf CccU! flags. Train rubbers v.\-:.: through a trn ct Peru, .


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;i1:. Successful test or Lieut ZalinskTs dynamite- ACCCST.
DuMINI\ 88. gun at Fort Hamilton JJ. Y. 13. Count von Moltfce retired as chief of the EtafT I .

13. Katlonal conference Irish National League of of Germany, end was succeeded by the Count Six weeks after date I will .apply to C. Stnrclt Proprietor.Manufacturer .
America passed resolutions reaffirming allegiance von Woldcrsee. the Honorable Minor S. Jones County ,

.'cr. to the central body In Ireland. 15. Revclutioa reported in HaytL President Salomon Judge of Brevard county. Florida, for I of fine Havana and Domestic -
. left the island.srerlxnEa. I
' :Jl .TCI.V. letters of
: administration on the estate of
( 4. William 1"... Flack lost his life In attempting to Cigars. Trade supplied 1 with fine
Susan P. of le-
Chronological Record of an navigate Niagan" whirlpool 1. Diary of the hits Emperor Frederick of Germany Russell late saidcount-, ( hand made goods. Orders promptly filled.
ceased. All the kin and creditors and
4. Cincinnati published. '
opened her bicentennial Malabar
celebration Factory at Fla. 28
;;t'':: Eventful Twelvemonth. Mrs James K. Polk started the machinery 14. News received of the murder :'Ia j. Barttelot. other persons interested will therefore

; by means of electricity. She was at her leader cf the Stanley relief expedition. take notice.

\ house at Nashville Tena. 25. Publication cf further extracts from EmperorFris JAMES A. RUSSELL.:: F. GRAY.

'It; DE ATI!. DISEASE, DISASTER. 16 A \... tCXmm on a schooner set the Chicago diary: forbidden by iu< German Dated Xovembei 2!>th, 1SSS.XOTICK. -
river on fire doing great damage to the docks. government.
1:' Cl Mills tari,7 bill passed by the United States :;. C.imci::.< ivben s d against: Kins Tacossee defeated Watch Maker and Jeweller.

t house of reirentatives." his army end declared Ilatalfa Ling.OCTOCZR .
.ha fheia Direful Things, with Criminal Matter M. Wire communication opened between the I Shop at Jolm 1!. Dixou's Dr Jig Store Titi.\ tile, I1ALL ,

i\ Added. Take Up Much of the Space United States r;id Curacoa. 15. Dr. Mackenzie book! ordered seized by theGerman
In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicia, WORK WAKKAXTKl.
.- .L A California ta:;.' driver seated himself on a : bo"cromellt.zt
>.,;- Allotted to the Set Record of tbe'ear'A I keg of dynamite aaJ applied match. Funeral Great excitement in Wurteraburg: over th3 Circuit of Florida, JJrci'anl County,

r'y ;i Erentu Personal Slattrrs and Politics nexfc day. alleged control. Woodcock of tho and king Ilendrydissolved by his. AreericlJf"oitl.'S .1. D. 18 R. Li Chancery. U\.1\.N'S
t 30. Governor Iim
: Occupy Slo"J of the It.etot-II.'H a Good appointed Gen. Roger A. Pryorspecial 21. Marna:;s cr I n g Ztan: .:d UE'e:1aulie j .JAMES. PniTCiiARD j
counsel AND 1
f, to conduct suits against thetrusts NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
I in a pastoral of tiiefcerMan metropolitan
, )' Old World to NothwitlistandlngIt I
'* Somewhat Clark Record. 3. Matthew Byrne jumped off tha Brooklyn 23. \cciI(&:: to the czar's train The cnr and hL Co-partners trading antler TESK IIOXEEIEX1.'.
bridge family narrowly t sc!aJ'J death the name, style or

lien' Is a n'l-ord of the leading events C. Navy frauds repoted at Brooklyn navy yard o\'c:::=::. firm of 'Tin INDIAN I For terms and sample copies address

of the rear ISS3.: 0 1 !I1".v fever well under way ut Jacksonville. 14 ?redo, :!I:* imirclerer of Marie ?;ante.,. con- Riviii: BANK. Bill for Forevs. CHAS.I1.. 'x.UlAX
Fla rictad and sentenced to death ia Pans. closure.II.B.MouTixwifeofF. ,
t It I lu-s Ijmi a right lively year-to ::-. Vrrestof Lr Tuaabletj.: au American in London r
1ft Leary's big log raft arrived in New York from Haulover P.O., Brevard county'J Fla.S.T. .
l1 1Kll1t' p.'t.j 5 le- Iova ttcotia. suspected of being \Vhitechapi I murderer M. MOISTEN the saidF. 'I
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l have died in Germany. 11 Woman
\ 1 Twu t.ft1a'mr suffrage declared unconstitutional in
DECC!:!! 1r- Solia Gold Watch.
there IK.- Li't'U.I i presidential election in H :."iiiugton territory Sod fur q d*OO. uuul UtelIfrret ..
I lunnetl FosTER
10. A new Pp.aiii cabinet and MAUY P. f 1
IS Put. ( ktat wanes iu the wertU.
.10 uugs iiiv in
jme"l l Sits cabinet! crises in I NO tiumerous Dauphin 14. The Germ. the resoltitlca:
the : :n reichstag: 1 passed: 1 11aTIat. J l'c.-fct.l ekeeprr. 11.rtsf
j county I'a. t..Jt they: railroad trains
Jind Sj!:.& grittt Hoods in China. stop for the suppression .'f tae: lIst Africau; lave Il eoLw1 t.uIJ
France .I. j e )u the authoiuj' nl tIP Philadelphia I'ress uunung Cuts. ltvtk lad.&
Mexico and Ji nmnlKT of other countries. i 21 Fisheries treaty reported the United States trade It appearing by the affidavit of James _e f P .J gents'sizes,with works
by M. Cleicenceau the rrorc.i t't::'smaa. injuredinadail I Pritchard -ftitea1Ioye named i au>l cases of equal value.
including nearly! every one upon the j senatei .. complainants One Version in eack lo"alny -
1 with ;?0,1. Ma: 1 I .
continent storms I 25.: Jackson v&e that the said respondents:: are respectfully :' .::24' can secure one free,
America ; great ::ce 1 puaruntinJ because of yellow Rumors iro.a Cairo: C: t Ptar.J y and Enziaare
t if:her with our large and vtluible -
wept tart d artli's surface: there! have I I fever Pasha prto'.er'h e..: ticL..i :adi I ( non-TL': ident-:; of the State of Florida Ii lute of Houirholtlimple

., been earn: ; :;:iui'*. disaster almost without 30. :Its Nellie WIKumsuu i of Crpeavllle. Pa.. and that the said 11. B. Morten antI F. >: >. These samples., s.
writ as the watch we
3. imnilvr June to bo recorded tiiniehasstalkod I laughed berstU to death TO RENT OR FOR SALE I M. Morten reside at 1-V2: Main Street in i Free,aad after you have kept
31 Jlr Crowley the celebrated Central park them in voter >gene for 3 months and shown them to those
the of Cincinnati of Ohio
State and
abroad in all lands there wasa chimpanzee died in New York city who mgr hats railed,they become your own property. Thos.
little Hurry between Canada and the A FIHf'TCJSRESTAURANT that the :said J. II. Foster and Mary P. i who write at once ran be sure of .receiving. the \Vntrtiami
bEJ'TKMUEH. Sample1 We pay all eipre freichtte. Address
United Suites over the fisheries a ues- I i Cattle between renegade (;tes and Pates on theLasafewouutairs:1ddladiansreportedkiietL Foster reside at Blekh011t'Jll, gilany fc tin oa mk Co., tux siStlTortlaudiJtluiae.

don Lut no great harm \\.. done; England I County, State of Virginia, and that the

le ls.ii> bad sonic skirmishes in the I 3. Sarah Althea lUlL oi hiiarou di\orcv case said; respondents are respectively over the Q9:! :

, cast; Stanley, the African explorer., is- +I notoriety jaikxl! tor thiee! daystoreoutemptofcourt age of 21 \"l'ars. It is therefore hereby f'"'_ Llo i .wlnJ'.1Un.hln"FRHH I

where. there is a little row in the West : m Sau Frauci-sco Judge Terry her X ear lluilroud Depot. ordered that the said respondents: II. B. .'and goods where the
peo see
1. Indies; butvliy go on? If you examine + husband sent uj for MS: months for drawinga Morten, F. )[. Morten, J. II. Foster and thrm. we will send free to ono
: dirt ia a court room. The Ilou-e contains larjro ])inill:! person in etch locahtyjbe very
, record found hereto attached :: P. Foster do demur e.e- best
the Sit I Uuitcd States house of passed Mary plead, answer or ; sewiDf-machui made in
representatives Boom with Kitchen adjoiniii, with all the world.wilh all the attachments.We .
will (find the date of nearly the sard hill of ;
rou every i the Canadian retaliation bill complainant's complainton will also send free complete
uniKMtant event duly bet down with care: I 9. Suicide in New for k at the Hoffman House ofI conveniences. water, etc. Also) four or before the 4th day .of February, A.D. .I time of our costly and valuable art

, aad il M hoped, with a reasonable de :I Edward V &\ UohUl. Loudon dramatist ')leepinn: lloonis. 1JSS'!), or the said Bill of complaint] will sampless bow what In we return send we to ask those thai who yea

gnx'of accuracy, together with home not :! 23. Starvation aad. cuiinilialLsiu reported among Will tie rented furnished if desired.: ]be taken as confessed, awl the said complainants may months taU all at shall your become home,and your after own 3.;

so important but curious diverting or t tho Indians of the. "thalJ skn and Peace river The Owner wishes: to retire from ] : allowed to proceed er lll'lt? with |property. This grand machine is
I regions in Manitoba madeatler the Siriffrr patents.which .
puzzling. business.: Tins i is: a :jrood chance to the said cause. And it is further ordered that -"" have run out: before patentsrun

THE GENERAL RECORD.JJ1XVAIZY I j I I j 3. United States senate UCTUBEit.j sari i bill reported. ridlt part:;. Addnss( :t copy of this! order be published in the] I --_-v_ out: U sold, and for 80:1.now tells with I for hehments

I j 6. United States war shiy Daltiuioro successfully ()'\' :.;rt. 'fiT(; '"2I I41:, FI.A. I F1.OHW..r.I: nW)roper, published in f DfE FRE E.machine.O.Best in,strongest the world.,most All ose-U

. f i bunched at Philadelphia. said Brevard County, for four consecutive \o capital required Plain, .
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The::G-IJcl1len of Lie. tslescoiM%: sut'rfa'yInouctetl. brief instructions "1 hose who write to .
I i & nn. us at one secure
i Supreme court of Utah gave final judgment I weeks prior to the said 4th day of February free the bet sewing-machine in the world, and the
i dissolving the Mormon church corporanou TO RENT OR FOR SALEA .\. D. 1889.;;! finest line of works of hieh art ever shown together in America.
ii H United States bousa of l'l'prl' 'nt.tIJlassed I j and escheating the property. T1CUJ2: CO., flux 71O, Aucuatu Maine*
bill empowering the president to appoint c. !' 12. Gen. Thelemaqtie, defeated candidate for \Vitne-s A. A. Stewart, clerk of said l --- -- -
commissioner of fish ami fi.Nhirit s. I court and the seal of said court at the
president of iL tailed whila
yti. storming Uv HANDSOME NEW A. L. Hatch & Son
15. United States hour of representatives passed ;, Palas Xaticcaiu at Tort au Prince. ('ollrt Ilou-e in Titusville, in !said Countyof ,

- Dingley's resolution caiunfor: inquiry into 113 I The gunboat iYuvl successfully launched at MODERN COTr eAGE Brevard: ], this loth lay of December, .\. DIALEltSlN
alleged discrimination Tenant canal tolls 1 Baltimore. D. ISM.:
I 19. Lucy ISarlx-r put on trial at Uoirali for volt& ;;
IS A largo delegation of Sioux chiefs arrived at .\. STIWAIST
at a general election. she waj: convicted 1 talk OF EIG lIT ROOMS, DRY GOODS NOTIONS
Washington to over the proposed cessioni
later and imprisoned for one dray l [L*.] Clerk Circuit Court
i of part of their reservation. I ,
a A workman in a Pittsburg, Pa., iron mill \TS.SpulJeO ,i 11. Baseball! championship awarded the New York WITH HALF AN ACRE' OF GROUND,

_ Si Delaware taiouga iv{ orteil tao free rolls: from debt and with a j club Nicely laid onto Pleasant urroulll1iu:! I Hardwara, Crockery, Saddlpry.
j 117.| Seventy families reported starving in a Dakotatown. Town OJ'tlinaI3Cc.
surplus of S:TACOJU t View: of lliver. Address:: I Stationery Family "Medi:

-. AdeHicrt! aiasteo-edncatioa College (CK'velani 0.) trustees declared I 21. Steamer Ilaytian Republic! seized by a IIcytLin MRS. L. A. MACKENZIE.TITr An ordinance extending the corporate cines Garden Ss:Js,

{1 The ( : court cCflrmod: the decision I man-of-vrar limits of the town ot'1'Itusvillr.Be .
'aifuniiasapr.n" so: e Inlr Y1J JJE, FLA.NOTICE. :;n
- 1:1 tad- St<:. oa t1j\"OI"l-o suit to tho effectthatSaraii I 1. JIany men wounJj u'J schooners tlimune-J: : it ordained by the Town Council of CHOICE GROCERIES,
I th wife of the town of Titusville.) that whereas said
AlUiea 'XII tea Senator '
dai.1;; a fig ht oj (. :'(' : >eake: bay Letueua
Sharon : dredgers and oystrr i.o.Ico. Council has declared] its intention of annexing Kay, Corn, Mapcs FertUizsrs.PHILADELPHIA .

nmtt ;.\:>\. Ii' 9. Steve Brodij j :;lX'.j u.7 tho Poughki! 'ersw LVND Orrici: AT GAIM>VJLLI':. FLOIMDA, certain territory to the town ofTitusville. f

Tho governor of ikin Doaiisjo punted a concession bridge.; Dec. 11th! 1S88. and including] ihe same within {'liT'" I. ttl'I"'I.fH; :,;
American railroi'l contractor.8.
to -*
12. A bereaved o;-. Ma; : a- aCerthune. zJ t II ytho its limits and jurisdiction
United Stags'auto ruaaiiieratioa i that the followinsnniued corporate ;
poapjaed Notice > hereby given : -
Pittsburg, Kaa i..inc disaster set lir- toj
notice of such intention has
of the Una.ii! cxtra-lKijn j and whereas
of his intention
treaty settler has filed notice -
hcrb.taad burned
j j lit rn'f! and! four children
13 ConuniSijuUi'r.t n'oolislae-l the + been published for four consecutive
immigration to cliiMii to make final proof in support of Iris SINGER
bureau of U .. at Capita *> r 11:1 weeks] a newspaper
i : IL will be made he-
CajV Logan cu.u.naiiciin. the U. S claim and that said proof

York ?:_I.tteJ..\*Austrian saki h consul in rear tro .;)S at Fort Hancock, on the Rij! Grand fore Judge, or in hi* absence: the clerk Circuit published in said( tnlynof'1'it'isvilleutlwhereas WARRANTED 5 YEARS.LOW .
coin:; !' ta' t'1! L::to custody by Mexicans for bunting thirty days having: expired since
. 17 Two .. ordered Court at Titu:-:ville, Fla., on March ...
- American r t>liips to Tangier*, t i on ?.Lniv.'an territory the adoption and approval ot said ordinance jE : IS- r: : : 'c:'. HIGH .
_ Morocco, lace:use of a row between tho UnitedStates : nth, iN !O. ,l7. : Robert Hanson. of Can- ARM 4; &.: ......dW at ARM
2: Nev.York of ? ; ,
- l j i statacourt appeal* decided that declaring the intention ol annexing ; w;:-.., :: ... ...
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consul and taco sultan. for the lots 1 i -
II. E. 174!% !
Fla. -r'l.
Cornell unixersity; cannot receive tl l'c bi, averal, .
ordinance -
described in said f "it.1o } Jt2
::I. tlrj In New the territory rNov. daQO rt"tf-fft.
ion of trust
lovestij: suar began rA' ) al1l1l sectin't township '!.; south *"' i. .' $
York .( city. #I. Av' c f ANV
i : cs it ulrcauy: much
pos.iesst as as (bei 38 east.
ZL The of the United States transinitteJ the described
that following territory.
president !i 1.1\ cl.Iows. Thu is celebrated: FisLo will lie names the fol lowing witnes-.es to prove 7t}:-:;:ri:ir>; -...,-
the fisheries treaty to the eaauaccompa !! CStcnJ c,peal was taken to the United continuous residence and cultivation to-wit : I*V"* ...++n t--*-* I
nied by a raessa: and protocol I I Stales co.irtsi his upon All of fractional section thirt-four :54)). r
2?. Cases sjized fi. vessels David J. of said land, viz ;
t asaksrt ua; I i 3Thi?schooner William Jones cf Boston, which : and the southeast quarter (S. E. 1-4)) of .' }
Adams and Ella :.1. 1)o.rery: discontinued Ly I! Lad Lee n seized by Hayti, was released: and Arthur Franklin, of Canaveral. Fla. section thirty-three! (a3); ), all in township

s order of the Dominion privy counsel. I.! en indemnity of Sl!'.OOO paid. Frank Klien, of Canaveral, Fa, Frank twenty-one ((21) south ot'range thirty-live k' .1 'r j'1': 1

UARCII I DEC&.t EP.: Wilson, of Canaveral Fla., C. P. Honeywell ;) east be annexed to and i is hereby declared .
L Mills tariff bill presented to the United States I' ((3 ) (, "
1. Ua'l''ood0:1 six day walking match beating of Canaveral Fla. "'. ci
.t. house of representatives.International : the world record. to be a portion of and subject to "f n+s-;0'E 1 J.
railway connecting tho Mexican I 2. Tho I\iraguay-Boli\ question assumed seri :a7 S. C. TUCKKK, Regiter.SHERIFF'S the jurisdiction of the said town of Ti- At
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Central and Southern Pacific opened for business I 01:3 proixrtions. -- - --- --- tusville. Brevard county Florida ; and)
1 r SAI.i
i 4. The natives of Alaska sent out an appeal 1. saying the corporate limits are hereby extended :
Palm Jl. Squlro and Morris B. Flynn acquittedin that the! women are outraged: aud the men Under and by virtue of an execution issued so as: to include the above-described :
tbo court of oyer and terminer. New Yorl:' virtually enslaved by the Alasica of the Circuit Court. in anti forBrevard 1T. -.. ,
conpany.S. : out land] and are defined to be as follows, t
& Albert Dodge insane, of Fergus Falls Mian., c::::) J'r.., ;; tCI' bJ
Many evictions on the Des Moines river landsin t "
: t''i' .
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: locked his wife and a neighbor up with Lim- County, upon a judgement lately to-wit : ) I& } :,.
f' set for twenty-four hours and talked:: rcli ;ion. Iowa. recovered in said county, wherein Henry Beginning at the !south-ea-t corner of c:1 h'{fi-1 -= '!VlwFIFTEEN 'ir" ti '
11. A Maryland police schooner, during a desperate Z 7 7-
lie was armed vritli a shot gun, a revolver aad fight with oyster pirates, scuttled two licrnhcim and Gustave"Rexinger, copartners fractional section three ((3) in township F-f-. ::" ,I -' "-/ ?> If

1" knife and finally killed lii.aaelf with Urn rvolver. I schooners after sweeping their decks with a IJernheim: ] Rexinger & Co.. wereplaintiff's twenty-two (:!2). south of range thirty- :-c ". I

Gatlin:; gun. Considerable loss of life. : and Joshua F. Lewis was defendant live (:in; ) east which comer i is also thelIort.ast

4. Mayor Flewitt, of Now York. declined to review 12. The United States steamers Galena and Yantio I have levied upon and will sell at corner of that tract of land DAYS' TRIALIN
tho of Irish socitics St. I'atricsday.
.parade : on : sailed from tho Brooklyn navy yard for Hayti public outcry, to the highest and best ]bidder known as the Delespine Grant ; from
demand the releaso of tho
to steamer Haytian
& Mayor Hewitt forbad tha raising of nn IrLsIi j i Republic. for cash, in front of the 'ourt House thence run wpsterJ.alnll. the northernboundary High-Arm Machine has Molf-HPttllis: needle

Cos over the New Yor:: city hall on S:. Pat ; door, in Titttsville, in said county, oil the line of said Dele-pine Grant to eir>tlire< >uiiif; fohiiltle, is iioiMele! and.Ilghtrttnnlnirhaethe .

rick's day. I THE OLD'IORLD.. first Monday in February, .\. I>. 19: the the southwest corner of the east half of .. finest Met ofntlnehineiitH -
. Ilmains of Jose Paez taken to steamer Ponsicola following personal property to-wit : section four in township twcntytwo.sonth in a ..ch.t't.lln..d e"! f'. Don't pay
but send for circular. Remember
agents $ s or $60
: from York y
and New
to Venezuela JAMMRT.
- Fifteen ('hairOIW billiard table, one of thirty-five east, according machine high-priced
. : range we guarantee our equal to any
under military escort. 10. M. Floquet elected president of French cham
.i & Cea. Abr.:.:ii Jlerritt cosunitted suicide In New ber of deputies. pool table] two side tables] one refrigerator, to government survey, from thence run :machine on the market. Address ,

;1 Tori: hotel, 22. Louisa Michel' shut by a crank ct Havre, bar room fixtures, one mirror, nine fancy northerly along the western boundary of The (.'. .,. WOOD CO.,

j. Arciu i France pictures, three chandelier one safe. said east half of said section four (4) and 17 N. 10th St., Philadelphia Pa.

Bacru.y; Dayard wroto to Minister Peadletoaxprft F':1t t'\!:\. ..J.tMF4iIOWM.tN, Sheriff. aloll!, tire wc ternlOuUtlar\ the 801lth-

< sua.f5: disapproval of tho L'uitcd ijtat.a 4. Austro-Gcnnan treaty of 1S73 published causing Robbins & Graham attorneys for plain- ea-t'fjuaiter; of section thirt3threein (:J3)) NOTICE.
of action Samoa. much excitement.
rlUJ.c.r'8 regarding
south of
Morocco declined to ncccJ() to tho demands of 8. Lord Landsdowno appointed governor general tin township twenty-one, range LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLOUIDA.Vw. .

;. the Unit"j States with reference to iiersocs of India. Lord Stanley, tho present governor. thirty-live east to the northwest cornerof loth, 1888.
.i under consular protection imprisoned ct appointed to Canada SHERIFF'S SA2.I. ]. said southeast quarter of said section Notice !is that the
given folIoMringnnnied
hereby -
;1 1 r b,. 9. Operation cf tracheotomy performed upon the Under and by virtue of an execution thirty-three. from thence run easterly

'J 11 Recorder! tVajfi' r.':fid to submit to the gr-.nJ crown prince of Germany. issued out ot the 'ircuit Court for IJre- along northern boundary of said southeast settler has filed notice of her intention -

:01 jury ia X.p Yor':, a criminal charge the 15. The English reported to have seized a rich vanl County. Floiida. upon a {iid inent quarter of section thirty-three ((33) to to make final proof in suPPOrt (If her

Sanaa.*I'. l...1.- i..u ;olders against Jay Gould. part of Venezuela lately recovered in said court, wherein the western boundary of section ((34): claim, and that said proof will he made

"j Distrut .'..::u.-n.-': IVlows.of eVork., ludPft"iOL.J 113 Memorial window in St. Margaret's church.! John Earbey. Patrick Cuvanaghand I William thirty-four in said township twenty.one. before clerk of the Circuit Court, at Titusville -
r r'fujd London, to John Milton, gift of George W Fla. 1C 1889 viz Mrs.S.11' .
It II. Demorest. partners dointf business south of range thirty-live (3,)). thence on Fernery :
Closj of deadlock% direct tax Childs unveiled.
rigs: Oay.V over I Ir
of Fla. D. S. L'141
big la L'-:.tL-d {'>L.tAi Ijoosj of reprcscnUth"cs.l i u.r.o. under the linn name of John Early northerly along the west line of said Fish, Oeorgiana, ,

Death or !'.'air, f;:'rot: trotting horse. i 1. Daniel Wilson son-in-law of. President Grevy. fc Co.. were plaintiff'and: Daniel W.McQuaig section thirty-four to the northwestcorner for the lots 1 and :!, section iO, and \\. |

**. Corner 10:.)...-of tlu t-ew Catholic university c" France convicted cf swindling ia connection and SF.. Travis as partners, of said section thirty. four, the of s. w quarter, of section 20, township 'ii

&d ct i\x: >:is Station, ni Washington, by with tho sale of decorations. doing business under the linn name of same being on the shore of Indian River south, range 37 ea>i.

C.rdb..Ilih')on.. J;. Gen. Boulanger relieved of his commas! by D.cQuaig & Co.. were defendant from said northwest cOl"lerofsaicl sel tionthirtfour. lie names the following witness(s toprove
a EipLic.. : !:1I't:1l crsOrtle Ancient and noaourWa i trio Freucli government because of VIMU:>> and
> Laud.-to Paris without K'ave. 1 have levied upon and will sell at pub- run due east to the channelof his continuous residence upon
Artiuo. arrived la .
y co.xmy, of London lic to the highest and best bidder Indian River: from thence southerly cultivation of, said land, viz:
:sew York: cad ,r.-nt to Niagara Falls. They I Prince Oscar:: of Sweden and Tliss Moack married outcry run -
were welcomed a of flvo from i at Bournemouth.SsJ. for cash in front of the court house: along the western meander line of K. J>. IJurcnfiel, of Georgianu, Fla.,
company !
Ancient and l:>:: ,rab'j: ftrtillery, of Boston.A M. Wibonvon his case on appeal in connectijn doold ill Titusville, in said county on the I said channel to a point due east of the Jo
grand Llovrout of s-jveral days duration folllethodut i with the IVcrcli decoration frauds. first Monday in February." D. 1SSO, the southeast corner of fractional section Owen of Georgiana, Fla., Albert Carter,

, bred 3J. 3L Tirard. premier of France. resigned.APRIL. following property to-uit : All that I three in township twentV-tike, south of of Jeorgiana, Fla.

.. tU1S. \. ; lot of land in said County of Brevard range; thirty-five east, from thence run Ji7: S. C. TUCKER, Jl'gir.;
tic announced M
) coaf erenco decided la favor cf : 2. New FrerxM oHicially
creation of an order of deaconesses forcaorltallo I lloqucl, i .-.::o muster. described as follows : Commencing at due east to said southeast: corner of said
: wor i 13. America Exchange ia Europe failed. the southeast corner of section twenty- fractional 'Section three. the same being :'.;OTIV .

30 wiliiani Gore, of New Jersey, who was bitten I 3J. Much comment in England and Ireland over live in township twenty-one south of the 1 place or point of beginning.! LAx O.'FICIAT G.UXD'ILU; FLOUIDA.Dec. .

by a rattlesnake. Laving bees tept scienti- II tbo pope's decree against the plan of cam- range thrity-six east ; from thence run The territory embraced within the loth 1838.

... flcillyQ-un:: for two weeks recovered 1 paign. wes-t on section line between sections foregoing boundaries and which.is hereby i ,
** Trial of Hev. George Woodrow for preaching I aiAV. twenty-live and thirty-six ten chains I declared to constitute the town of Notice i"i hereby Driven that following-
O'Brien sentenced in London to three
olution begun In tho Southern assembly ofthe William thence 90 and named settler has filed notice of his intentIOn -
months for violating the crimes act. turn an angle degrees, i Titusville is shown upon the mars of
Presbyterian The
church Calttaore. t"i iCI i
.ion was against him. I 14. Tho Brazilian senate passed the bill abolishing run north ten chains ; from thence turn I the United States survey as all of to make final proof in support of his

**' The General assembly of the Southern Presbytwiaa I slavery: which was pa.2>:,'d Ly; the chamber of an angle of 93 degrees and run east ten I J fractional section three and the east claim, and that said proof will be made before -

church resolved to take% uo steps toward I' deputies the previous tech. chains to the range line dividing ranges i half ot fractional section four in township clerkof the Circuit Court at Titusville

organic union. I 17. Irish Catholic members of the English parliament thirty-six and thirty-seven ; from said twenty-two (:!2)), south of rangethirn.li'e Fla., on February 16th, 18?J. viz : HenryC.

'*. jrxn. issue manifesto d cllzing to recogniza point go south on said range Hue ten east and all of fractional Fish, of Georgiana, Fla. D. S. 200
Sl : tr..nsI I cf the Holy See to btefere"iCl the
anishJp Htniria beat tho record of the right
atlantic : in theeUC:1t of their chains to the place of commencementand section thirty-four, and the south-east for the lots 1,2,3 and 4 section ,20, and
passage, by run of six days ono hour Irish poo plo political
ntty-flve caicuUJs. from Oueeastown to Sandy t Inir.. containing ten acres more or less, 'I quarter of section thirty-three ((33) in lot 1 section 29, township 23 south, range

Hook. JT1.V being the same land bought from.Valentine township twenty-one, south of range 37 ea t. lie names the following witnessesto

*. Governor Hill of New York State signed bill 5. The jury in the O'Donnell-Times: libel suit returned Gallor by James McCrory and sold thirty-five (3:>). prove his continuous residence when and

sjostitutkig electricity for hangiag as a meansor verdict in favor of The Times. by baid McCrory to the defendant Daniel Passed by Council. Decelnber.1S33.B. cultivation of, said land, viz :

t, Eogiceers executing criminals. 7. The Geu.electors Porfirio chosen Diaz president June 23 of formally Mexico.elected W. McQuaig. R. WILSON Pres. Bd. Aldermen. Joseph Kroner,of Georgiana, Fla., AVm.

gus eauai completed routa. the surveys for NicaraIlarrisoa 12. la the: French chamber of deputies Gen. Eoulongcr Randall & Foster attorneys for plain Attest: Gco. II. Altree, clerk. Owen, of Georgiana, Fla., Albert Carter

t that he and left tiffs. Decmber 1SS3. of Georgiana Fla K. B. Uurchfiel of
T. Garrett, of Baltimore, drowned told% the premier lied Approved. ,
\ In P&tapsco rirer. His steam yacht Gleam before bo could be censured JAMESE. BOWMAN, II. F, ATKINSON, Georgiana, Fla.

e te run down by the steamer. Jo:pa. 13. Ioulacgerand Floquet fought a duel EouUngcr Sheriff B re vard. County, Fla. 31 Mayor. 37 S. C. TUCKER, Register.
? wounded in the neck. I






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j ::';' : THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1539.l .

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I THE FLORIDA STAR. .A.D DRESS. dent, Vice-President, a Secretary, and a Treasurer, and a Board of nine
Directors, qf which Board the officers shall be members. Such officer?
t PUBLISHED EVERY- THURSDAY. To the Orange Growers of Indian River, Brevard County Florida : shall be elected on the first Wednesday of and in the month of December

beHe\-.I' annually, at the annual meeting of the stock-holders, t-v pt .1
i We the undersigned of Indian Rivei, Florida, "p
orange growers
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Publisher. after the first election of officers.
ing that the established excellence of the oranges of Indian River, which
The amount of indebtedness which
Sixth the
$1.50 per Annum. has had the effect of increasing the demand, and advanced the price of highest ; A. =" bvn:'
shall incur shall not exceed the sum of one thousand five humircl 1
the same, above and beyond Ihot of the oranges 01 other sections, has
Entered at the Post Office at. Titusville as excited the cupidity of certain dealers, and others, and caused them dollars. ...

Serond-Class J.lfal"I". to resort to dishonest methods whereby oranges of an inferior quality BY--I-1Aws.

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor from other sections, and place*, has been, and being marked,branded, ARTICLE I. Each stock-holder be entitled to a cert It t t"I'! ( ..
Brevard county. displayed, advertised and sold, as "Indian River orangesthereby less- certificates of stock, signed by the President and Treasurer for tli' ..LJ! for
circulationof eningand seriously injuring the reputation of, and materially affecting shares held by him or her. The shares of the Indian liv, I n r. n....'
The any Star paper has the on the Largest East coast of Fla. the price in the markets of our Indian River oranges," and believing Growers' Association may be transferred when so desired on th<, ..t1rrr .
further, that this condition of affairs, demand of us, concerted action, der to the Secretary of the stock certificate transferred properly t n-'l'i' .r-e d
l Appeal.To on our part, for ihe purpose of better protection of ourselves and our when a new certificate shall be issued, provided : That: no slum' ...LlJ: l;

the Citizens of Indian Rarer: customers, the consumers, from such imposition and realizing, that individually transferred until all the assessments thereon shall have :peril }..i. .\
invited to meet we cannot hope to put an end to the impositions resortedtoan(1 certificate oc certificates may be ,issued on a special order of II i l L; w.I::
You are especially practiced upon us, and our customers. of Directors in the place the certificate or certificate':*t or 'i-i f :. 1
with, and unite with the members of the And and "that ill union there is and ,
believing realizing strength'7 on satisfactory proof being made of such loss or (lestTllctiOllin'l '< -civ-
"Indian River Orange Growers'Association that only in uniting and corporating we can acquire l exert the necessary ing adequate security to indemnify the Association: or ('ominupyany ;.i.sii i *'
," in a united effort to advance and strength to accomplish the object and 1 purposes above set forth. loss conscquent'upon the issue of such} cC1"titicat'ur''rt.,'rtii: ', s. :*.
the interests of our section, and And that members of association of the
protect mutually as an comported} or- .ARTICLE. Each stock-holder shall be entitled tonnem.. UT the
meet with us at A. L. Hatch's, City ange growers of Indian River, :incorporated) under the laws of the State, meetings of the Association: or Company for each share urI.... *..xk.

Point, Saturday: 12th inst., at 10 o'clocka. .having our common protection for Us; object and aim, thereby taking held by him or }her, whether he or she appears in !person or broxv;
m.; join our association, (we want every Tip the individual wrongs growing out or their uitcercst, as members of made under writ Jen authority, to be filed I \\ itthi\ ecretar.Ir"] vided:
of influence the this association, and espousing the same as of a common cause, purpose
grower md man on That the person appointed as pimy shall]. himself be a stock-holder l ITJ
aim as an association and prosecuting the same to its legitimate -
and obJ'ectanl ,
in arranging -
river), and aid us the Company or Association.;:
matters of importance to our ends: We have formed and incorporated ourselves into an association ARTICLE III. Special meetings of time smock-holders *i ail !. .'.'':'inl7 i
under the laws of the State of Florida, under and hy the name
whole section of country. I call atten- of The Indian River Orange Growers: Association." the President at such times as the Board of Directors mry on1e '.r"; t

tion of the citizens generally, and to In further explanation of the Indian River i Orange Growers*' Association request in writing of pers'onsbold'ng a majo-itv of stock.'to.it. <,f. ,, !I.meeting I.
members associations, especially the ; we desire to say : shall be :given in accordance with the P1 ovi MOPof :M,< ti"I i: l'i,

meeting of the American Pomological 1st. That it aims to enlist I iheco-opcrah'on of every fruit grower, of, I cliapici't 34 McC'icllan's Digest of the Laws of Florida.

Society, this the 22nd: biennial session to and on Indian River, whether his cvop i large or small, and.that every ARTICLE IV. The Diiectors shall be stock-holder} i\\p\\ -luij; v-
be held at Ocala, Fla., February: 20th, orange grower shall hold one share at least, of the capital stock of, elected by ballot; at the annual meeting and shall hold their "'ti'c. :-f","
21st and 22nd, 1889.! This society was the association, and have an equal control of, and interest in its man one year,wand until their successors: ate duly c1l.ctedancl inialit. *Y...
organized in 18-18, and has held regular agement.: caveies in the Hoard of Directors and officers shall bo filled J 1.\, I t". 14_.
biennial sessions in various sections of 2nd. That all orange giowers of and on Indian River: shall combine rectors, the appointment to continue until the next met-ii'i.; I.: u

the U. S. The ensuing sessions being in the purposes and objects; of the association obtain by a common siock-holders. At the first election and at all annual election-, l.-
the first ever held in the South, and a uonni the best shipping facilities and the lowest rates of ransportation for ter nine Directors shall be chosen first, the tod -1IoJtfcro:* may ihu, |I'- "
being made that all pom- our products to market and what we consume or i l-coml-la freight as well teed to the election of the other officers m-ovMcd for in the :ini if tt-
special request horticultural agriculturaland which enter into the cosis of the: products produced i and shipped and incorporation. The Directors shall hold a regular ineoimg, I jii.i: kf-
ological exported by the members of the association.3rd. on the first Wednesday of each of the months of Jaiiuarv. .1 aril. J-/.
shall send
fruit growing associations What we propose definitely to accomplish i is hy entire union and October. at the oflice of the Company or Association. Tb-\." -ua ,
delegates as they may deem expedient,and tind concert of action to insure good handling, rapid shipments, and carefully examine the books of the Corporation, and shall have ;..t Lnl:
all being invited to become members of transit of our products, and a fair market price for the same which we supervision over the Executive Committee, and from time itt timl iu-i.*
said society; with the further consider- can only accomplish by a union of our interests and cooperation as cate to the Executive Committee to the stoekholtle1'uHlln: the #"nr T.
ation that this society" is to hold its deliberations growers; producers and. shippers, and consumers of incoming freights al public the policy to be pursued by the corporation.] tl'e general purposes .
in the commodious buildings: which we can best, and most successfully do, and accomplish by incorporating and objects of the corporation being understood to be aet ft'r..L
of the "Florida International and SemiTropical our association; adopt a common corporate trade mark, to he in the articles of incorporation and in accordance therewith. Tin I:.*
Exposition," which opens the used only by members of the association :anti corporation, to be com rectors shall designate tin.ee of their numbe/act as an Kxecutivet'or.

15th inst., continuing till May 1st, at posed orange growers, and ship our iKoducts to such houses, mittee of which committee the President shall be cx-ollicio (Chainua
I and commission merchants and agents, in and to each of the markets, The Executive Committee shall have general supcn"io ion .,f all ti.-
Ocala, :Pla" of our sister towns:::,
Brevard responds with a hearty cities, towns and places, which the association shall find upon investigation affairs of the Association, shall direct: its: operation: choose its a?' !-,
insist to be reliable and responsible, and of satisfactory financial standing and employes fix the salaries and compensations for their servin; *.. ar I
will the grandest
good by sending thus massing and concentrating onr Indian River oranges into the ,. tail provide the necessary: facilities for ihe transaction of the busi-i's:*
collection of fruits, vegetables, sweet hands of as'few houses, merchants and agents in each of the cities, of the Company. They shall meet on the first Wednesday ?f e.a-h an-1

_meats, agricultural products, wood, towns and markets as possible. every month, at the oflicc of the Company, they shall carefully examirrthe
stone, soil, etc., and make a display, We respectfully call your alien on to file: avJ,teles of incorporationand ] books of the Company, confer with the officers and (general; Manager
t challenging the world tp beat it. A h3 -laws annexed and hereto appended and to the list of orange and shall give such directions, as from time to time, may Utur :.
further inducement is that the Ocala growers, already enlisted as share-holders, representing the majority sary subject to the approval of the full Board of Iireetorat their m it:
International Exposition offers the part of the crop of Indian River. regular meeting. The Directors may, at their discretion i assign i the la-
following liberal premiums. In conclusion we respectfully submit that, all that is needed to secure ties of the general manager to the President or any other officer of ih*

For best county display citrus fruits, the object and purposes, above set forth, is that the growers of Indian corporation, or choose some other person for thai poiiioji.He .
diploma and $200 ; for best individual River unite and organize, upon the plan herein recommended, so shall be the Auditor, shall examine all accountand C v'i.i.l -

display of citrus fruits, $100; for best as to control the marketing of their own products. ces of indebedtness, and no moneys shall be paid, by the Treasurecept *-. < \-
The Florida and especially the Indian River, orange and fruit business :- on his certification of the correctne of the demand!, and -hall: r -
of tropical fruits pther than citrus -
;" display is yet in its infancy, compared to what it will be in from ten to form such other duties in the management of the afllirof the ."UfuJJ.r "
fruits, diploma and $200; for best fifteen years hence, and if we do not organize and adopt a beater and as may from time to time be delegated to him by the Executiv"*. ( 'f .TLmittee !-
county agricultural display,diploma and uniform system, and nletho(1 of protection now how much }harder and and shall be answerable to, and make a written vport 1. J" '
$200; for best individual agricultural more diflicult will it be to do so within ten or fifteen years: hence? If Executive Committee, at their regular monthly Illcetill;': .
display; diploma and $100; for best display with the quantity of fruit during each season, for the last few lie shall as auditor make a report tinder oath quarterly tn I ,'

of sugar and molases, diploma and years, the markets have been ruinously] glutted, ]how do you sup] Board of Directors at their regular meetings', and a quarterly M j
$25. 1yoscit will be with from ten to fifteen millions of bo.(c ten to fifteen under oath at the annual meeting of the stockholders.
All must be products of Florida, and years hence, if the hap-hazard, lrit.O'--mi method of shipping and ARTICLE V. In addition to the customary) duties indicated ; .
must be on exhibition :February, 20th, marketing our products continues, which has practically arrayed the their official names, the President and \ Ice-I resident of the Action ".. ,
r 21st and 22nd.: Awards. will be made fruit of one grower, against that of another. shall render such services as may bo required of them I by ti.
and premiums paid February 43rd. Long before that time has elapsed, new markets must be worked up, Board of Directors. i
how i is it to be done if there is no recognized system and method to the
Come citizens of Brevard, bestir yourselves ARTICLE VI. The Secretary shall keep an accurate record. '
meet us on the 12th, let us deliberate business. These are vital questions: to every orange grower on Indian the proceedings of the stockholders, of the Directors, and of the Kxrtive '- ,
matters generally and take River. The above mentioned possibilities; are probabilities, and we Committee. lIe shall have the custody of all the hook. and [ -'
our Brevard the leading believe arc bound to become facst-, and within the time specified., And pers of the Association! and shall keep accurate account of all its iran- !'
steps to place as it is a duty every grower owes to himself, family and community to -
tions, and shall perform such other clerical duties: as may from tint!
county of Florida, the Queen of the I for the future noic.We .
time be deemed necessary.
1 States. :Most earnestly, have we think pointed out the road to success and in closing]
A. L. HATCH, Secretary we again invite the cooperation of every grower of oranges: on Indian ARTICLE VII. The Treasurer shall receive and disburse th' iwieys m

C. 15. MACSRUDEU, President. River. Our success, the success of this association, means the success of of the corporation, shall sign all checks, orders, drafts and demar-1-
t L. A.G I\G HAS,General I manager. the glowers, in fact there is no line of business on this river that will for the payment of money: and shall make all payments, sign all n'*?, -
not deserve more or Jess benefit therefrom. The growers once united, and acceptances and other evidences of indebtedness,:anti make a report lie?
School Hoard. cooperating and their p/oduce properly handled and marketed under annual meetings of the stockholders, of his doings and shall I perf-'ia.

special I meeting Dec. 20th, 1SSS. the protection of a common [trade mark is bound to result in good to such other duties, as may from time to time become necessary as Tr-:.*
urer and shallkecp accurate accounts of all his transactions Heforr c1: -
The Board examined all letters leading themselves and to the whole of Indian River.Articles :
tering upon the duties of his office he shall furnish good and ufH<:!'r"
( to the giving of the contract to teach of licor ora loll of lie Man t Hirer Orange Growers Association. bond, for such sum as the Board of Directors shall determine at a r. .:
shool 'o. G. Miss Gifford
to and resolved -I ular meeting, for the faithful performance of iiis: trust, such bond to }be
that we approved the contract : We, the undersigned, do hereby associate ourselves as a body cor- approved by the Board of Directors. .
made by the Superintendent with Miss porate under chapter 1,639) of the laws of the State of Florida, and the
ARTICLE VIII. Every member shall be 10 or affix: I"4!
required put
N. M. Gifford on 17th of October, to be amendments thereto, and we do adopt the following articles of incorporation
or her name, or name of his or her each and box of oranges
and subscribe grove, on every
agree to to the same, and to the by-laws hereto
teacher of school Xo. C. the
present which the trade mark H"urd.. :I.
of the Association i su
annexed and appended I and the number of shares of capital stock set
term. opposite our na n1e. name to be stencilled in the usual manner of branding the sanvAny
Regular meeting Jan 7th 1SS9. Bills and every member of the Association, shall have a right; to uc tbA,
of teachers and others were audited First-The name of the corporation. shall be the "Indian River trade mark of the Association, upon the products of his or her own. s-u,
amounting to $7C3.14. Orange Growers' Association," and ItS J principal 1 place 0 f"business shall land or grove on the Indian River, Florda] and upon any oth"r frui*:.

Treasurer's report received Jan. 8th, be at City Point, Brevard County, Florida. which he or she may purchase known toh have been grown on Indian

shows warrants paid during quarter end Second-The general nature and main object of the business to ie River as aforesaid, and! any other use of the tradeV mark shall be dedLed -

ing Jan. 7th, 1880, $002.64.: Balance on transacted shall be to advance the general interests of the orange an improper, aad illegal use of the same. j

hand $945.88. From report of Superin- growers of Indian River, Florida, by becoming members of this association ARTICLE IX. Any and all members of the Asiociation, who may r

tendent there are five families isolated co-operation, concert and union of action, insure good handling, shall ship! and consign oranges and other products to p rtie*. ag'k:
with a total of fourteen children, who rapid shipment and transit of their products .and a fair and highest commission merchants and houses, anywhere, aild at any pla1} ". Aft.!
market rice obtainable.The .
receive per capita aid from school fund. ) time, not recommended by the Association, anamid all" swim D1l.-
adoption of a corporate trade mark and exclusive of the '
use bers and shall not be in COJI'
protected time
persons by uciation
It ordered that$CO be
was apportioned :
same by the members of the association, the protection of its membersin of, and resulting from such consignments.
to establish a school at Tropic; $CO) the use of the same, by the prosecution at law of all infringementsand quencc
for a school near B. J. Stewarts ; $75 counterfeiting of the same, an unauthorized and illegal use of the ARTICLE X. The Directors shall do and 1)e furor or eau: =o t t.
to a school at City Point. The Super- same, and tle! concentration of the shipments and consignments of the be done or performed all that and whatever is necJUarv to 1e.lun.-?
intendent to advise the patrons oft products of its members into the hands of as few agents, commission performed, to comply and to conform to, and with) the"laws of the t-m.l:
t the proper boundary of new district. merchants and houses in the different cities, towns, markets and placesas ted States in regard to the trade mark adopted by qhe A-socUrtion. SO
The names of the teacher with term of possible, and to obtain the best shipping facilities and the lowest shall adopt and secure a corporate common seal of f and for the as*\("Jj'I 1 I

contract was ordered entered on the rates of transportation possible and obtainable. tion, ;
Third The of ARTICLE XI. The Directors shall adopt, rcpul-t advise and i eeoir j
amount the capital stock shall be fixed at twO thou- :
NOTICE. sand five hundred dollars, to be divided into twenty-five shares of one mend the most practical husband-like obtainable method of ) std !
Sealed bids will l>e received by A. A. hundred dollars each, ten per cent. of which shall be in on the gathering, sorting, sizing wrapping and packin and marking ,. E I
t Stewart, clerk of Circuit Court, down toFebruary organization of the association and the remainder as the paid directors branding, shipments and consignments of orangof aiul the m nmr '" I
4th, ISSi, for constructing may leehint: .
I abridge using and affixing the corporate trade mark of th5ociati.oA,
across St. Sebastian liver accord- require but no more shall be required: than ten per centum per annum ntetli. :
ing to specifications on file in clerk's office. unless so authorized at a meeting of the stock-holdeis and ordered and in mind the object and purpose in view, of secu ing :1 uniform
The County Commissioners reserve the directed to be done by the Board of Directors. od bv the members of the Association. I

right Witness to reject any hand or all and bids.seal this 10th Fourth-The commencement of the corporation shall be this, the ARTICLE XII. These by-laws may be aiujincd at aay rer mar

tiny of January my A. D. 1880.) first day of January A. D. 1889, and it shall continue in existence for meeting of the Board of Directors, by a two-thirdfvote one inot- 6e !
fL.s.J A. A. STEWART, fifty years. tice having been previously given of the purpoX and intentioo
t Clerk. I Fifth-The officers of the Association or Company shall be a Presi- Board of Directors to do so. J

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:j 1 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1889. .. 5

; Indian River Orange Growers NOTICE. XOTICC.
.;, I Association. I am prepared with full set of tools In Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial
There will be a meeting of the stockholders I'or sinking artesian wells. With my
of this association at City s s mall, set, have sunk four wells 155 to S. H. RAY Circuit of Florida, Dade County,

Point. Fla., on Thursday Jan. kith 1889.Ever' 200! feet deep, obtaining flows of from IiI Chancery. -

; orange grower on Indian River is 50,000; to 80,000 gallons per day, from
,, Interested and should be represented \ two inch pip es. Have also a large set, )
r L. HATCH : vs }J. Bill for PartitionELNATnAx'1'
A. Secretary. J
It for sinking SIX to ten inch pipes, if wan- Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., FnI.l, of Lands.It .
101.IC E. j ed. Having ventured in the business,
i purchased tools, and successfully obtained having: been made to appear to the-
All 1 persons having claims against the j ] full flowing wells, I ask the patronage Dry Court by affidavit of the above named
estate of Benjamin C. Willard, late of ;, md influence of citizens and friends who I TITUSVILLE, FLA. Complainant that the said Ezra A. 0>-
jjrevard County, deceased, are hereby ,i appreciate: cfibus and who want GoodsI born. and Elnathan 1'. Field as tenant
required to present them properly vclls., in common have clchUI equal undivided -
authenticated within the time prescribed i i .Respectfully, I one half interest in certain tracts of

bylaw, to the Honorable Minor S. Jones i i ALBERTS. MACL'DEtt, land in the County of Dade and State of
Comity Judge of said County or to the t, Rock Ledge. I Florida, to wit :
this notice will stand in II I Lot No. 7 of
undersigned, or 1- A. LADIES' section 17 al1l110t2 of
bar of payment; and all persons indebted Their Business liooming. I section 1C. township 41 south range; 43:

to said estate are required to Probably one thing has caused such Gen'i east, containing 75 2.VIOO acres; Lot
make immediate settlement with the un i :i general revival of trade at all the drugstores Merchandise X o. 4, section 21), township 47 south

dersigned. I on Indian River as their giving range43: east containing 12 (jO-100) acres;
LAURA E. \\ ILLAI':}). r their I Lors Xo. 1,3. 4anel Z section :!(G. and lots
to customers of so free I
Administratrix of the estate of 15. C. t way many Xo. 2 and 3 section 27, township 53
rial: bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery DRESS GOODS
Willard deceased. ; i south range 42 east containing I'M 73-:
I j for Their trade is STORE.
: Consumption. simply !
Fla.. Dec. 4th, 1SSS. 33 100 acres ; Northeast $ of northeast
Cocoa__ __._______ ._ _____ ,, normous in this very valuable article section 27. and northeast 4 j of section 31.I t., l
50TICE OF IXCOUPOUATIOX. j i from the fact that it always cures and township r:3 south range13 east cuiitainingUl -

We the undersigned, have this first day i, ':Lever disappoint" Coughs, colds! asthma SO-lOOacrea.; Lot Xo. 2 section

of January,A. I). 18S9, associated ourselves: ; j bronchitis, croup, and all throat and AND / 11, northwest 4 of section :31. lot Xo. 1
as a body corporate, under chapter 1639" :' 'I lung: diseases quickly cured. You can and 2 of section 33. township Z3 i south
of the Laws of Florida approved August'!' est: it before buying by getting a trial I propose to keepFirstClass lange 42 east, containing 211 95-100

8th, A. D., 180S,and the amendments there1 1 bottle free, large size $1. Every bottle acres ; Lots Xo. u ant* G section 11. lots

to,under the corporate name of the "In- ,', 'Irarrante Xo. 1, 4. 3 and S. of section II. lots N"o.
dian River Orange Grower Association." A 1,4.Z and S, section township:'.'! south

The principal place of the said association, A Ravenous Lion ai I5aj. llLLIERYDEPARTMENT + Stock range 42 east containing 107 I.I-tuo

oroompan, shall lIe at City Point, Bre- acres; Southwest \ northeast \1. west
.,\ hungry lion is commonly considered a
Flori '1'lc A southeast {l rand southeast .1 Jot'southwest -
yard Counts a. general na-
and main object of the business to heI most dangerous; customer, and natural im- 4,Sec.27 tow nslnpr>3 OIat h. range42
tore, the said to be [HiNe is to stop him in his deadly career. -orNOTIONS- east containing 1 CO acres ;Lots X o.l and
transacted by corporation, ,
blood is a ferocious aud pitiless: foe, 4 section :
advano the general interest of the Impure 3. lots 1,2.ijid 3. c ec'ion 20.i1.3.1 lot*
to ; of Indian River Florida lathing! through the arterial system of the and 5, of section 3.;. township ;i2
orange growers i human body, destroying the health and south range 42 east, containing Jeff;{ ; 44
members ot the said association
tpconie appinjr life itself.] It comes hydra like in -100 A. Lots X o. 1. 3.and 4. of section 2.
and union of
by corporation, concert ac- I many ]headed impetuousne-s, as Rheumalism : GROCERIESJDRY lot I of section 11. e:1st 4 of norttletst 1
tion,insure good handling, raidshi1intents j,' : Scrofula, Ulcers, Scald Head, Gout, of 8cl"tioll '2. township 5:1 south rouge
of their and fair and
transit products, a wnii!
yphi1i or that dread nisrhhtmare of content -12 east. cuntaunu2C( V2-IOOacrc'; East
market obtainable. The
highest price Dyspepsia.: P. P. P. (Prickly Ash: Poke of southeast J, southwest I ofFoutht5t
of mark I':
trade and
adoption a corporate Hoot and Potassium) is the valiant retcuierwho of section 22. towl1ship 5t; 80uth. rlIIze
exclusive use of the same by the member ; comes: to our aid, and replaces health A I Milliner i and( Competent Dreamier 12 east. eontaining' 120( acres; Northwest:
the association the of its I
of protection
ft 1 triumphantly on its throne. Women who ;1 noitheast $, southeast 4 ot northwot
members, in the use of the same, by the GOODS
foundP. northeast of
rue worn down anddi.couraged.have t 4 southwest 4. and) lot
, prosecution at law of all infringements, P. P. an valuable tonic,regaining color, Xo. 1, of section 27 township .">:1 south
1 and counterfeiting of the same, and unauthorized .appetite and strength and forever accord In Char[c range 42 east containing; 17> 4(;-100

1 and illegal use of the same, and ;to this magic restorer, a credit and gratituda acres : Lot Xo. 5 of section :!,. township -
the concentration of the shipments and .acquired by few medicines. Try it and see 33 south, iange42east, containing
consignments, of the products of its members ;if it has not been rather underrated than 30 ti-IOOlCres) ; Lot Xo. G ofs'ctiouI::,
into the hands of as few commission ,
agent I L\"errated-\ll elrngistell! it. lot 5 of section 23, township 50 south
merchants, and houses, in the dif- range 42 cast containing 18 80-100 acres ;

1. ferent cities, towns, markets and places as Erase Up. Mcns' Ladies' & Childrcus Lots Xo. 1, 2 and 3 of section 12. lots
possible, and to obtain the best shipping' TO OKDER.NATINI'ACTIOX Xo. 1 and 2 of section 35; township 31
You are feeli'fg: depressed, :your appe-
facilities, and the lowest rates of transpor- south,and lots X o. 1. 3 and G section 2
bothered with headache
tation possible, and obtainable. tite is poor, yoti are of township 52 south, range 42 (east containing -
" The amount of the capital stock of the you arc f..lgetty: nervous, and generally 392! 2G-100 acre; Lots 1 and 5
shall be fixed thousand I ]] out of sorts, and want: to brace up. TIQCLOTHING:
e corporation at two GUAIMXTCCDTO of section 11, lots 1,4.5 and S of section
five hundred dollars, to be divided into Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring 14, township 52 south range 42 east
twenty-five share, of one hundred dol- medicinesor bitters, which have for their containing 2G4 03-100 acres; Lots X o.
1 lars each, ten per cent of which shall be basis very cheap whirl l"y, ;n(' which stim- AIX.Cassimercs :2 and 5 southwest 4 of northwest 4 of

a. paid in on the organization of the company ulate you for an hour, and then leave section 2. northwest \ of southeast of

1 or association and the remainder as the you in worse condition than before. section 22, township 33 south, range 42
e directors may require, but no more shallbe What you want is an alctrativc that will east, containing 144 25-100 acres; All

- required, than ten per centum per annum purify your blood, start healthy action of of fractional section except 3 acres on
li unless so authorized, at a meeting of liver and kidneys, restore your vitality. JE3A.TS noi th endf northwest 4 of nortli vest 4 of
it the stockholders, and ordered and directed and give renewed health and strength, section 21fraetfonaltownsliipSlsouth.( )

il to be done, by the Hoard of Directors.The Such a medicine you will find in Electric per yard, at 23c., Ooc., & 50c. range 42 cast, containing 10:; 73-100
comni'enccment of the corporation Bitter, and only f)0; cents a bottle any acres; West 2 southeast 4 oFsection
lie shall be this the first day of January, A. I). drug store on Indian River. Henrietta Cloths elegant, 85c. 21, northwest } of northeast *, east 1 of
1889, and it shall continue in existence for northwest 1 and southwest 4 sectioa

. fifty years. The officers of the association Shoes If any without dealer says name he and lias the price W.stamped I,.Douglas! ot Duchess Cloth, good as silk, $].2;;. 23, township 54 south, range 4'2: east,
1.'C.. company shall be a President, Vicc- the bottom put him down aa a fraud. coiuaining:!>2.J'J-l Oacres; All fractional

President, a Secretary and a Treasurer, and Tricot Flannels, per yard, at 40c., 50c., parts of sections o2 and.ou', township 51
r- a Board of nine Directors, of which Board south, l-auJe.J cast, containing 3b7
J the officers shall be members. Such officers r. C5c., 75c., and $1.00 acres : All fractional parts sections

shall be elected/on the first Wednesdayof 4 and 5, township 5.:) south rangeL';

.1.e and in the month of December, annually Ladies' Cloths, C5c. and 73c. per yard. Gent's Furnishing Goods, east, containing G"7 acres; Lots No.

at the annual meeting of the Stockholders and 3 of section 5, lots No. G and 10 fir

IC ,except, and after the first electionof rr Cloaking Flannels, 50c. section S, lot No. 2 of reclio1l17, township -

officers. ) 41 soiuh, 43 cast, containing
It The highest amount of indebtedness A varied line of other Dress Goods from ALSOCROCKERY range
211) 2 -IOO acres ; Northeast of southeast
which the association shall incur shall not
:20c. to 20c. 4 of section 17, lot No. 3 of section
five hundred '
exceed: the sum of one thousand -
' 21, lot No. 7 of section 23, township

'yl:ate AV.dollars.II. Sharpe! E. 1*. I'oreher, G. S. \ Long Cloths, 12c. to 15c. Better value GLASSWARE,, south, range, 4-> east; containing lot 7.V
: 100 Lois No. 1 2 and 4 and
Hardee, J. Norwood, C. B. Magruder, : than Calico. acres: ,
iCn L B. Dennison, "'m. _\. Simmons. F. north $ of Jot No. 5 of section o.'J. all

Wooten, E. W. Hall Lewis K. Ord, Walter ,. Ladies' Underwear in White and fractional parts of section III J, township.

Goodyear J. G. Gingras, G. J. Gingras L4. ., HARDWARE 41 south, singe 43 cast, containing; 212:
j. L A. Gingras, A. L. Hatch,.!. I). Hatter, ..::" :: .) "Woolen. 23-100 acres : Lots No. 1, 2 and 3 of
l- A. Brady F. C. Macomber, J. M. Sanders, ..:.:.. II .. 'D. 1..:.::::::;:< section 3;, township 42: south, range 43,I::

c- Lewis Powe, Robert C. May, E. A. Chat- : ....... /: Ladies' Vests and Corsets from 45c.; to east, containing 1S7 78-100 acres; Lot
G. W. AND Xo. 1 and 4 of section 28 )lots No. 4 and
::0 field, T. E. Hardee II. P. Share, DOUCLAS to $o.OO. : ,
W. L.
Holmes, A. J. Whitcock, ( eo. E. Chester, 5 of section 20 lot No. 1 of section 33,

T. II. Sanders, A.V.. Hardee, "". P.Moon FOR township .1-! south, range .13: cast, containing
Bed Comforts from $1.00 to $2.74.
: 151 J. Minis, A. X. Mathes. $3 S HOE GENTLEMEN.Best : 10-1 130 CWOO( acres; Lots Xo. 1,

:1Is in the world. "Examine Ms Ship Chandlery Goods. 5 and 8 of section 3, lots No. 1 and 7 of
31. D. S5.OO GENUINE IIAS-SEWJ.n !SHOE. 10-} Blankets, per pair, $1.50 to $500.
'cr A. P. McXEIL, > (...oo 1IANI>-SEWK1> Tl'KI.T S1lOE.h I section 8, township 45 south, range 43
3. .O POLICE AND FAn\lI; nS' SHOE. I cast. containing 1)0) ) 23-100 acres: Lots
Table Damasks and
len Offers his professional services to the 8 S2.25. EXTRA AVOIIKINGMAN'S'ALhTECALF SHOE..:. Oil Cloths, Napkins No. 1 and lots No. G, 7 and 8 of sectiou

: People of Titusville and surrounding 3.00 and 3$1.75 iOYS, Button SCHOOL and Lace.SHOES in great variety. 17, Jots No. 1 and 2 section 31, township
All made In Congress
g- country. Medicine and Surgery practised 45 south, l"3ne.13: east, containing
n:1t- in all of its branches.All W. L. DOUCLASFS 217 11-100 acresT; Lots No. 1,2 and 3

: calls left for me at Grand View SHOE OR These will be the main features of my section 3, lot No. 1 of section 0. lots

Hotel will be attended to promptly. ::1GQak LADIES. My Line of No. 1 and 2 section 10, township 4G
n.e Eest material. Best Style Best Fitting.It business but orders sent me for anything -
not sold bv your dealer, write south, range 43: cast, containing; 230 97-
J j1". L,."DOUGLAS. B1SOCKTON. MASS kept in any store in Titus- 100 acres; Lots No. 1 and 3 of section

LOTS Souse IOU SALE BY Gents' Ladies' & Children'sHOSIERY 20, lots No. 1 and 2 of section 31, lot

L y lIe will be promptly iilled. No. 1 of section 3!, township 48 soui-h.

sr C. J. HECTOR, range 43 east: containing 1G4 02-100

rh Lake Worth Dado County, :Pla.Sew Fla. acres ; Lots \o. 1 and 2 of section 5.
le. Melbourne, Jot No. I) of section G, lots X o. 1 and 2

he House and Newly Furnished. of sectior, 7, township 49) south, range

Rooms single or in Suites. IS COMPLETE, 43: cost., containing 180 71-100 acres

ill Pianos & OrgansIf Will buy Fruits Eggs CMckeas i Lots No. 1 and 2 section IS lots X o.

it, NEAR THE INLET. FROM oc. TO 7oc. PER PAIR.In 1 and 5 of scc''ion 30, township 49south,
In range 43: east, containing 227 G: -10l(

.n- acres; Lots N o. 1. 3, 4 and 5 of section
Best View of Lake and Ocean Or any Country Pioduce my customeror 31, township 49! south ran e.J3 east

\ for friend containing: 103 acres;; Lots No. 1 and 2
ort you want to purchase a PAINT I am at Head-quarters may bringto
of section 23, township 47 south range
5 And best Hunting and Fishing groundson to the LOW PRICES, buying from the Manufacturer market. 43 fast, containing Gl 30-100) acre

adai ., Lake Worth. Piano o: O gaa, write un- find Selling Cheap. And that the object of this suit is to pro

: him call. cure partition of the same. And it having
;e- Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks dersigned or give a : been made to appear that Elnathan:

and Tropical Growth, both Can sell you any of the instruments T. Field, the defendant is a nonresident -
Wild and Cultivated. I p-sk for a share of the public patronage of the circuit in which this suit is
to:1d of.the best and lead- Having added GRAIN and HAY to instituted. It is therefore ordered that

: Try us once and you will come again. Stock of GROCERIES, buying from and come a-> a supplicant, not a the said Klnathan T. :Field do appear

'iI- ALLEN :E. HEYSER, Propiietor. makers at prices that defy my and answer said bill for partition herein
ad ing first hands, will lead in Low Pi'ices., dictator, asking; for your favors.If I filed at Miami, in Dade County, on or

NOTICE. competition. courteous tl''atmentgcod )before the first day of February A. I). '
ISS!}. And it is fuitber ordered thata
jam On Monday the 4th day of Fcbruay, good and low figures; is copy of tin order be published in
W I will to Hon. Minor S.
apply CAN GOODS BOUGHT AT 1IIE 1 the FLORIDA STAR a newspaper published
Jones County! Judge of Brcvard County, the Installment the candidate! for ,
19, Fla., fo- leave to quit clam the interest Pianos and Organs sold on PACKERS in the adjoining County of l re-

na f Texas and to the favor void, there being no newspaper published .
Sheffield, a minor. in public I
.of.ng Allowing desired. Discount< Will than in Dade County, for four consecutive
. ? ical estate in said, county ; plan give prices you I
East half northwest orsouth wets then I'm weeks next preceding: the said fiat; day
qUarter quarter of can buy. of February, A. 1>. 18S9.
b- Section 2* and northeast quarter to Clinrclies on Organs. electe(1.Tours .
Rawest quarterlieCtion :S, township 21 Done and ordered in Chambers at

Bontb, range 33; east; also lots 1, 2 and 4L All correspondence will receive prompt DcLand Florida, this 28th day of\'ov.A. .

tar lectlon L 22. township 31 south, range 37 attention. anxious! to please, D.
east tp and southeast quarter of southwest G EO. B. RUMP?, ISSS"J OilS D. BUOOME.

lObe tier section 5 township south, rangeVoJ n. WAGER I ;
E.Tltusiillc. :
east TITUSVTLLE FLA. Judge: of the Seventh Judicial

''''. S. BELL, Guardian Florida. ....;_> SII :Er. R. tV. Circuit of Florida.ft .
Titusvilk, :Fla., Jan. 3rd, 18Si>

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DISASTERS 23. Fourteen persons killed Cy boiler explosion et I JUNE. PIONEER COOPERAGE CARDS.

OE ALL SORTS. Neenah. Neb* 15. All window giro factories In Pittsburgand tho I

snPre>:BE''L westshuttloTTa
I Syrup Barrels $2.25.
4. Damaging cyclone in Cuba; enormous property 80. Conference Ix.t.,.":'J the Iron manufacturers L. A. GIXGRAS,

STORMS AND FLOODS OF GREAT EXTENT loss sustained and considerable loss of I and the Ama. z..l.tted a.o'itioa resulted ia .
ten cents extra.
life tho closing of t::.' t::..: .. C&OCO men being Gauged

AND .DESTRUCTIVENESS. 5. Eighteen railroad persons accident killed near and Dijon forty France.injured bya thrown out of e jrloy.uoit:Jr L4 Wheelvvrighting and Renairin AlfY-AT-LA: W AND MARY POBIIC. f fHock

1C. Great loss of life: reported by Mexican floods. 6. Division Chief B .ti-ivi:va of the Brotherhood

earthquakes und Fire Railroad Accidents 13. Volcanic eruption on tha Philippine Islands of Locomotive llr;iiie. rs avid three ethers arrested C. O. B. Ledge, Florida. )'

Dead One hundred killed. I charge v.-ith: being; implicated in a ---- -- -- -- -----
and Holler splioD2I-Tbe
The Italian steamerSud America from Montevideo plat to \\ .:: property of the C., II and Q. Honey barrels and O"al"at. ttreakers CfAULDEN
from Casualties in 1888 Number Million sunk while entering PortLuz Sandwich o 10. Cuainuaa II:>grt uaJ Murphy of the "Q" eagitimer's from 82.00 lip. D.L.

*. Islands. Forty drowned I anJ Ilivaea's grievance committee and .

JANUARY 13. Disastrous floods in Georgia. Secretary IIIl.y: :: and filjGilrery arrested in Tanlosand A TTO RN EY-AT-LA VI
OCTOBEH. cOt" ::o: utho alleged dynamite cons.racy.
10 Thirteen kille-J at Haverhill bridge over the I all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.
the lakes lives .
2. Severe
I storms on great Many Titusville Florida.JOXIS
) on the Bo ion and Maine railroad. .
lost. i i IS. Uccoc, local surrender cftht> Iron manufacttirrrs -
12 Violent blizzard reported from Dakota
I 8. Serious floods and storms reported from China I to tLw A iaJgimateil association.a T. J8H3SOX. : -
'. Fourteen men burned to death at a hoarding i.LL\IS
I and Japan. : I & ,
house fire at Tower. Mina I LaG range. : : Florida. ,

2L Thirty-five miner killed by explosion In a colliery 9 Heavy now storms ia Cane la. 3iaiut. :New 10. Large rolia-r n.i::.; a: Chicago shut clor.n.FifUva __ u_ __ '_ _____ __ _. _
hundred men t m..J out of employ I
ct \\emn toa. It C Hamt*hire.n-1 Vermont .* in Canada i .
i.rt F' ..,dDiJCOO people believe that It Ho'nJ'S-l-6n"'.
z.AU railroad: travel sus! ended between New Ulj r ta.ne. I.. to buy tteeda
.. I'"i ImndreJ hands to." ort of t.-orl: hy I
York end Uosioti iy u Know bloc::ade. 10 1 v.u -ectionsof an excursion train on the I) I oTt'j*largest acd mot>t reliaahonso,and they use
sri..: dutvaof iiisInz.'LwarecY ij.; itusville Flori Ia.
g i anty 7n7 <
TerribKtorfiw reported upon the Atlantic I hl:1! Valley road camo together at EJuil Run. I !
I I_:.!i.' J fin;>;loyvM u four lnui --
ocean Pa 78 lives lost a y's i
I I '.-.) j:riliM:
FCCRCAHY 1& Disoslnnis prairie ffTea reported in Dakota i; 31. IIOIUUNS.
vc.cn a.
1. Fine in nuffato Loss $!.,'roJ I 27 ijo'iiUxiielL.. picked upon the battle fit'H of j. ;<. D. M. FERRY A CO. are :! Q.EO. .
? Ctreetar ia .
ft."n Ciijago 1" rI
.. .; a acknowledged to Le C' !
cl tJ l mouth of <
British bark Abascoiu near
\ i'uy"lll1r in ISti'l exploded anJ ka:led a '
I : 'J 1'1'1).1 tl o Cakugo str.'t caratriktr. ":> S ZfV. Seeds
Largest nro
the Columbia river W T ; v. drowned. your,; man at Boiling Springs. Pa i i' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
I .. -.
'ca.1 L. o :'
i .7" : ', In the worl .
Ivausen-latitern. Bava ;
16. near .i'R
Colliery explosion I NOVEMBER li T:.. :.... '.Vw-......i.71>!Ithy coal operator atrL ; .V' f1'E. D M.FInny&tCo'J I Ii I
ria. 40 killed. Cook's ? Sixteen i I TursviI.LI: FLA.
4. Mine explosion at Run. a : ,
t'v..t.'. ::.1.. .u.i t.. 'i.i:1:' Lida.'.:; \; .." '; ; ,; DInstr3ted.Dt
19 Tornado at Sit. Vernon, Ills, 1 killed, 19 mortally lives lost. <' \
I :..,Y":::::: :': : L i/ .t tire and Priced
wounded, 100 injured. < ) houses d 9 One Uuivlred entombed f 4 ,
iiilners by a nnnr ..
t"f Lt..J ", ;;o(I'. S.;;na.aJ et 1.t.:1..l.lCU.? : '.. r.rrti4.r )i. THKA IIKU
ttroyed and 1,500 oojjf re:l1jl'n.11 homeless. pioMon near tthburg Ksin :. :.: ,.' 'I .f : A. ,
21 Betwei-n end kilt! hy .I DCf'Cimilii ;,4't I P For 1889 ; -
twenty peojile Thirty seven men killed tiv ;i f.iv in a .lI.lt'rU ( .t'RI- t. I
: : !.. i '.i orrauizatio'U lat '
: I:; :: :: u
tho of hoill'r cr a river strainer I I W"3-, r.f3tr W ill be mailed F RIEf :
explosion a ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
and Y
works ll N '
in xiit-sJei
gauge :', ..' r t.;- [Itj i"Itsif, l...!:or 1 I .. A. i % JIJ' to ail applicants, IID.t ,
United States of Comnba! 11 Collision between the Cuuat Jer Unibna uaA I 'J .. .. .. :...;\1.1 hQ dyuaJ i.vj.teraa; .> :':,;" : tolast1ear'scnstomt"J'Io .l
25 report that .( nvn were engulfed whit the French steamer I'.iena, twenty iniles from t.. -- without ordering it. 7nr ./w. P. O. lU.x 2>. 8ASflI. Iot.\-
lilinga: breach 1:1 t1! :' Yellow: river embank Sandy Hook 1) 1't.: ':.;.L.,. :,t '?\t'r, Mo., newiU'.i..l tit* : ._ .' -* Ci-jj,''j-e-l "'''''<>"".Everyjner on u*ic, I \>'ii! l>rai-tiff tu all the r "V-fv I arden.Field or Flower Seats I
met t in China voafirJi.fJ Disastrous tornado V.'atPnrille. Pa2i culiag out e.; Le'F's31'lIIa3tisitB'..u. si ia ** :.; I should send for it. Address ': t'II'IUl acid Supreme Courr. J

27 Hr.on sin:1:Ii...i.,,;or a ferryboat at Vclloj j. The tuna of the 24rli. 'JT>th and CCt'i cai't i < c.T..FCRHY d CO.,Detroit, cMta: -- --- --- -" --

Cal orty UviMlii t loss of nearly Sl.lXK'tKW on the Atlantic eo:..tI I -- -. I. A LLEX IIKYSEir,
29 A%';::aties destroy s:'\'ernl Alpine villages in )cEi137.t :I tti'PY C:71't'd. ------- ::
Italy 12. A whole family tofu 1 iiraed to death 1:1Coon'illE' I t To rti( tuixou-t'le! t&e inlmm your It.. hers t'.lilt I
ilACCIl. Mo Inil!.>-i-< if murder i'invcfQW| 511 r.e11
j I hat*' .1 por-itt\ K'liit-ilv for tl-e :1110'-enutd II I ya&Cfr.
6 The famous hospice in ft Bernard burkJ by 14 Alotvk's woolen Neumunsur I .. I
I tiit.uii..wtijry ct i".it1 ) its (!'brit' lire tulU! >.ll.il- u Itl.J: !1. S-

avalanches N'o lives lost '.. :. burned to tae Kiimnd. fifteen persons : i., ." hats h..1 1''I1.IUl'I11IIT'li.. Ilitl.. i i.e !! Lake Worth iXule C'.iunty, nri 0. ::cr.s received of earths;ua! o in the province of lulled and tea fatally: mjuuxl i :_:ass to V Id tn. )Iit'ltl.- HIV relunl 11.1:1-. jni\ rf

Via Ken China ():u> hundred and Cft('3 15 A market building destroyed In Iu:;ton by amysterious I ode1'm: n..jdrrs whll Eire C'U"Hfllllfl.1 It II", }' till Will fjirnNIi Ab-tnicts.f Title tl.a.J,'
thousand propL kill:. ti.tl l.OO.OOOreua2iel i u.llll" t.I*' 'C'' '':." alll .nl't urht'c i.d'irt E.". i I .
explosion Countv IriiulCOUNTY-*.
fco.tnM "v< i Ie.pretluliy. \.
10 T.voty ffeJit: 1\; :'.. i- ;, I.-,' iW.ill 'In; r.f tae !! T. .\. siocmr. )'. e iv:, !."1 >t., :;etc Y.ML. Importer- all kind-: ofh ;

Crit&i: fctcaniski;* t'.. ., .:i c''.'.ui: PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. 1 i 31I' -- "M: J tr; r:7rt IlsuTijonleaSji'.t B. nr'HVIIFIELlJ:3. ,

11, li M I ramoni tluuurl la.t; tin: .\c L Iltit" JAXUIKV .. _
E 'll'hi % }_lit1t'u i.::m>, :> -\\oi-K.. 4limn.t
l-o.: tl.iLtw. p..U'lYl.\I.! rray ]1i"I..ofrozcu ; !' --
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:"ous r:1nrtJl,1 note K--I.- minister to Mexico I!, \\V off-r O.e If iinil Dollars C"w'Ir"( f<.r nay: SURVEYOR.
and r-r-a iMsaster ki ""I!/'.* formed IJK.-.iu 10 Don ?1. Dickinson confirmed postmosUT genera 1! raw i.f 4r.'tari"i that cannot ht' sure) I y takio; .'O!; { -1'H.\rf''O .: : n ,
.9 Mal : '
Lea :.v Aaat ;AF r
I-i'tv: V>r': uud UrooLiyn, i:Rt river !of the United States ll.!!'" ('1a' -b "I"' Orders by mli1tin mreire a.
17 Tae houniYiM luduii mail : 1-.J CIlN'V :: C>. |m>i>rU tnr-. Tt-.''!!''. <:. prompt
so:It.1 :;: on L. Q C Lamar conflnueJ as associate justice of
I Itide unJrr.:!:t"l. !'I:TP Jiiii>wn K .1 .'m""': attention a- call in I e4'on.AiMres .
the J'-- :".!:!. Florida and Western railroad the supremo court of the! United Mates. ." ..
fort11e I\.r i 4'cr rUK! liehere iiim 1)} rfeti bu.-
\ (Z:1.: : I Ite tru.tkr..iie'rctu-iage'ttt: : :, 1? 11 \tLhalll't'-cl."C.tt'J: United States senator 11'1:11 I iu :1:1 iii'!!iii*..<< tran 9t.tiiui". .fiti 1:"a..C'ali"1! : (leoriana., Fl l.

ncur f. .. .. .:?n.'. Ga; nineteen ptvsous kiJLd; from JIK.i-sippiWesley able t. "r" "n! ,+1.x ol'ii:atioin n,}.' ,
": ". ::Mio'itK-tift r-.t>idV'mIi'; ...l.! ]pt al'rs
thirty 2I.:! t.: tt: narrow escape* of leor:r Meiritt confirmed a; breather general I Ifirm.' l j
iti all liu)4'-I
Goul.itu.vl ,\..i" ''f tliu United States army W..T : tI!\, "I ttt: .:tle drn:!';"t". T..i -!,>. I). 1}. ","n"1. H! "'I*.;. i h ,. it'-t-: 1."lI'al i R .Z"V. liml 1.!lr"- T-J. F. A'1'KINN.JUSTICE .

23 Tvrpla Lichs-s: of t-ao'v f -IJ: l: north:'T I J5 United! Stares Senator wn on. of Icv a, re- I I! 'r.lin: J'"I'I.IIII.U'V'Io., wtltle'ie: dLU.: 1""It'. ;rab :,'. t'el..II1'.ltI',1 1:11"-.111 _. .

Tcras Tlieutrv i>';rn il at oporto. Portugal: II I "I .t-. TI.l..lu. UI.IUE. Out Vi-t Strriiyn 34JOHN
119 !.'ODSUl."l ch"CtedFInmA.RV II V..n 1f'es" u. r-i-hi.r. rn.1.! -.I'i"II'd _._ .. .
poop I. I vik Pol. do. O'ljo.II --- ---- --- OF THE PEACE
21 Tornado In East T.*aut' :siv .Many floods 13.: Henry Geoige withdrew from the Anti- ysociety '
ill'.itar"n: tnr. I" taken htf'rtllll ar li j F. .STKATTON: & S1IatlnKtrr3
2i Blizzard tvfiorte-l ij I tat uortlnve/t. For the Second Ju-tice Ii trict f nee-
illreelly upon ti! ul,1wt Itaie'ns "':"::h.e'f th' :
27. Terri'.jJe! fionj.s: in (jenuany and Hungary-MO 15 Charles S Carry iu:eve solicitor! : of the United i 11'.'!tt'fI'. Pii f ::w. j".r IxiitV. yard county ; Court day, third Monday

villasutaiorjed; -many lives lost-40,003 States treasury 'I! hold i>y iill Irueg'.ts. ;Hi
rendered hoaieJ:ss Heavy floods in Ala tlAKTU. S TR :11111 whole' ale of each nil ntb.}

lams :1 Gen. Cadcati brought his suit amt the i nudilell' Arnica Salve :; PI'r, 1ft
29. SIsty miners tilh'd by tn explosion! at Rich Grant family 'ttll"llltn in the }..ar.1PRlL.
The let jH-ilvi: in the \vorM] ] for cut?, I Ij uO 0 '
dA"wll 1. Dis He Bar exciteicei.t at its height la New j bras.-., sore. ulcer.srilt rlicii'M. fevers eo r tit :SiV. ii.
1. Eighteen people inirned to death and sixty-Ove York. I < tetter chapped l handchilblain, -. I 7 to Js a t

Injured at Celaya :.:.-xico, Ly the burning of 1. Khotio Island elect! 10:1 Carried by the Kepub I eorns and all kin eruption' and 1

the stand for sitert.it UN r.t a bull fi:ht licans lil rtl-.h l n'1111.11
i re
tively cure- I'ilor no
2. News received ut't..1'4"C''.: of bark Princess off G Gen George Croo: ,::-., major general and pay PO-ii-I .

Caniiaha I'ertu.l. vwcty-threo drowned ((,l J K Crook: u:...:U* irijaiitr! general 1 1I. I It is tlamlltl'nl tt) give perfect:'. Ya ac tn.Jt ? A. P C A. ZSIiPBKLLJjicksoiivilUs

5. Twelve persom i Li.,1 it tn accident on tLe ? IxtuJsian.1 electioa .irned by the iJfiuocrats.U' tion or nx/ix-y refunded. Price 2ti centper -* Itl;cresol Q i9

C New 1cl Hampton?o. SIil '.'-_:....1'w .:1 i"l Paul railway at :;> ::,,,. -ojul; PisJio;' :\.111'1,11', <'o;. ratt'll ItI.iit.l 'I I IM,X. For ::ile I by Jill drug -t rcftinTittif I Of get lah't'll' I nle I:I }l J.I .

idle, and on Indian li cr.Advicc I
6. Tornado destroyed s.'vcr.l l houses in Sioux m.'tMtt.Kini-v>eti f.):i..vmtevl at IMlevilie Ills. XE'-V YOUIv.
I .
City. la :30 lt h'U.' XV niter noaiinateJ ciiief jastlca : ------- to Mothera.ilrs.W1sUw's Join F. Stratt32 & Son's le1ratcd

14. Great damage doac IJT lc?gorges in the north United states Mijiis; >::!t' court

v.->t.! _JaY I'' be"used \rhen children S'xTUING.are cutting YILUPbhAnldalways teeth. It relieves Riusiiu Gut Violin Strings, I will Cell and Deliver at ynwr 'iiret
18. Import fro:) CiLtta of rsado ct Dacca, H1 P. II Il.io-'\ :t tx>..:i.uied cs United States I the little sufiererat once: it products natural, TIL 1 !' e, i MI: \\mLn. station Firs.t-CIa-1 .

killing inciv tan IJi |..>rso.iind wouiidinjinoie Minister to the :t-t.ierUcils. I quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakesas "brightas Our than 1.00J Union abor convention nominated Alison J a button." it is very pleasant to taste. It ,li.m ('\ 1&II" u.'j -M ii 1..< tiom ail>

19. Lxplo-lon of col!:;':'- '.1 'VorSinsbci Cc; Streator, ..f Ilhnon. for president end (.:'breo! i soothes thechn'-Isoftensthegum .nUaysanpain, \i-It'.11I: : 10 x I :,. -i J ilt ,tf ., !i.: ..r j. ,.t j
land Lilled twenty... l p.-r son E. ('unningha u. of Arkansas: for vloe pus.itleut regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy lit' 4'111(11'12.1 .,. itt-. :vets it>.u itur .ttitg I
for diarrhoea, whether nrismsr from teething or WIII..H.t ': rfij-I .t, ., .. .,
29. Floods \VLscccLiu anJ In tic !-.;';::.cs. I I..I j.t. .t'h l f x-.ii. be itlaJr
other causes. Twenty-five cent a bottle. g" nl 63' u'. t-i ."ir i-ll.t'Hil-rs vMCl.o.ll t.rtluei.oll. OlOlHt
Less of life end detraction cf prororty r.- 17 Union labor convention uomiiiated Ilobsrt; IIUowJivy.

of Illinois for president, c:.d W 11 I 1 i't-Wetl. f iuntati.H1.4
lrtcd."l -. Vj- I'" dOl l s ,: H IIlfo ,'" -riu! t..r d"'ril'tiu' rata- adTy
\ValieiijJJ: of Ktiusus, for vice pru-uJent. g-- . .A.NSlUI
lo ..
vn Iiatli.i.t(!! i>'vl at J"w..t !'ri4" ". it
4. An entire family cossiotias of seven j-cr.ions 23 It 1. Gibson elected United States senator I 1t.Ii ,
burned to d at'l tear llnrlis,ton Neb from Ixini.siai.a --------- -- -- -- --- LI:S MNE1 than our otter 1.101.. In U.

G. Cloud burn I.C'I.ia.. and cauiJ a Equal : :'of:+i'.:Uonal (convention in DOS Monies t EL.; r :::' : .,fP.U t ) .j .1 ill Opened for the Season. ('need) Mkti. I aixtajn cliarkLtir utliuti i.t. M

tioorU hii>a llaii" or n&U Wally
)ion,.t mail .r won ats, oil trial aL.1 U sat
tho ArLruKw iv tr dti J four persons of ono 30. E I) Vv::rte eecteJ United States senator
jfeiT'A man who is interested in his own sati.-tadt'fY. I will pay freight b'lb ..< i--
family! lrovrr.fJJlxploblon from Lo.:
-uua wpfanwill be to know tin cash and t 10 a luoutiitin a I>MI.O. a&a.h W<1
: : of a ra.;:Iaa1 rf f7r.rtr.Ite! near l.r till ft
on an Organ ]>at>i >i-
Gap, .. l.::..:-.1 .': ',..: t:ITVJ:. and injured Clinton U t-iJc for president and John A jjf or ANDREW GIBSON more tLau (.rainary rnit. On tliri ,'n lJMnJ

twenty l":1: : I.O.L'wrecked./ and Drools f.II''it' prcsiJjnt. /fijK tern ;iii\oiie ran own a ,".truiu -ttt. NrttJ tvt1'HEi
burned. Damage*. &. .v.;::1 Jl '& : CATALOGUE rontaiu.Dii lieU im"''iu.Ui

11. Dcstr 1ct1\"tO-ultOlt Tj\vport, Ills. 5. Oregon lection. Can-ail by tho RepuLIieau Keeps the finest oysters to he fount! in "he 't ':11"., Stril' ", Viohtii IJai.Jo. (*nttar. Afrordooii"

13. IIi:h water at Al:' :1llr.l. :.i ,., alon-,; the Red G. Democratic national coawnlloa; noiuiiiaUxl TSl3Ti2St and in art. e\ny AIu tral In.tnJB* *
that !" made, aii l aj \ low >nf'. JtoU for 10>mpirleCataingues. '
River valley; many plintctioas flooded; Grover CL'v?!land for t / I hate 2'.W*. |>ir e" ol ('b" -e
several lives lost. States and Alien
23. Destructive rtonns frona 0:20.3 to ocean, ouch! vice l'rc.sIJoC, : : cD? I.Y3'3 Ju"ic at lo tents |*r ('orr..W*)1k...ka ol C..
property damajrd and several lives lji>t.I'ennsylvania 14. William li Frasiyi! and t. B. Tuck tuad. au udPopulLr tuiuicrl; Treatise on iT M-.l ami Iitotrnnifiitar Mn!ir at fie enl.aM 2*

alone reports a loss of moro United States COUILJIMOLIUS;. tj tho Pan:) ex i ..: Yo tli, Premature Ltiin.f.Nervoua Plain and Cake I C (,It11) | leer of Let IIIIIOH )+ubh.*Br . than a million dollarsjcxn. position .. ...' ....1 iJwbiilty, Irupuiitkaoi the Blood, Fancy: made to order. t t .V) per Cl lit \tt lOW puLIl.Lft. p" Cr* )'"/. Of *

15. Mmo. his DeBar seLl to tho I euitentary is 7vrV Jn-u'il ,dtl.'((!' on 'alld.I I pines eai| sheet music size, i-J rrr.H. Nilxi fcr

4. Eighteen persons kiJed and forty-on3 injured New York. Cat alogn.-.
25. Republican national convention JIVnjamin 1 rti also a tir"t-da'- Barber .shop Fix
ia a railway accident near Tawrico.'Iexico. no-iiiuf attached.1 A. B. Campbell, Jnck- >tmilf.

I Eleven persons burned in a fire ia tho Unclico : Harrison, of Indiana, for p.vi.Jo;i. .
hotel, Rockford TeL anJ Levi P Norton cf New Yor_. fOI' \l. Mt>:ds at nil hour: from :> a. in. to 1l p. in. ,\Irtj.11 this pajfr j .. r.
Parties ch.-oh'lIg' to leave !
13. Dubois, I'a., hufferetl the loss of SOO houses by president. = on morning mull
bat and hacks ,
wilIIIJca..t this.
fin-: 4,000 people rendered homeless. Jets ':/ Rsrtrora Folly,Vice, IgnorlI\ce.ESCCtofes or I 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt
9 CoL Thomas 140 Casey appointed chief cf thoeuginoers I
19. Li;hty men escapsd from a burning Germans .h'crtaxationEnervatinrand uuf.Uiriii the victim

to bo lrownod by tha capsizing o* a of the Un.ttvl Ltates army, \rltli tote for Work,Business,the Married or Social PAikER'SHAIR I

lars boat. rank of brigadier generalAVC.1TCT Avoid unskilful pretenders. Possess uelation.1 BALSAM Low Price*.

j 'Accounts of the pales on the coast of Iceland vrork. It contains 30- pares, royal Svo. Cleanses and
I:-J Ln" embossed full Price only beautifies the hair. I
in Jlay show that 4-)) French fishermen wero 1: National convention o. Ameiicaa Party attlasaiabtoa Promotes a luxuriant growth. I 60,000 in Nursery-
ncmmattxl Jainca L. Curtis lor T :.:: 'l't-paid, concealed in plain wrapper. IHns- Never Fails
drowned to Restore
; Thet. Gray
I. C2. Disastrous Cools ia ne=i.o. la one city M3 presi c:1t. tI'roFpectu8.. ;jjni-hed author Free Win.if il.von Parker apply now.M. D., re- ;cL Hair tails Youthful Color. I Apply to '\. H. siiAisn;
I I' 2L Ls-President Salomon, of Ilayti, arrived InNew y Prevents Pandmtf and hair falling
Louses destroyed. end ia another l.OCO Lxxliosfouni c-eutd tho COLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL t' 50.'_an" jsi.00 nt mtrTfo. .120.
York en route iu Paris in exile from the National Medical Association City Point

__ ___ __ ___ _
23. : Garrett
/ 21. Holbrooke A.T. almost ent rely destroyed by reported completely deincntetl. I for the PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and I -- --- .u
fire. 31 Charles II. Lilchiuan resigned tho general PHYSICAL DEBILITY. Dr. Parker and acorpa j

l'CtJ.rysllip of time i.ai;its of Labor of Assistant Physicians may; Lc consulted, fonti- j
Steam launch upset on Newark, N. J., bay by dentially, by mail or in person, at the office of ITILE i
, pleasure jvcLercboard i it, and six dio.TireJ.JVLT. SEPTCtL'EILe0. VKAIIOIT.Y 3IEIICAI< INSTITUTE, | Traveling North or South take the
carrle-J the
Republicans election.2tf. .
t No.4Iulf : toston, :lips., lo whoraallorde
: J. 11. Oberiy nominate Indian commissioner Should be I
fur 1 Tka Liters fir advice
-a cr
5. Tornado passed ocr Illinois and Iowa; great
lama ;e. Fever* storms ebo reported from I OCTJn=r. directed as-z:lOvc. L allory S. S. Line
25. Daniel Hand, of Connecticut, gave 1.0iX1CC'Jfor
f New Brunswick J ,
. u. the educetion of colored people in the clJ I- i
Two hundred and twenty-four persons killed slave rtetysC3. a t

1 ia a fro in tho Delxxn. mine, at Kimberly,
J Griquoland West :.ou::i ArriReports Lord Sackville given his pan'ort. -Via Forn.an.din.n. be"tvvcon.NevI
\'CDEt. \ 11)\1
from Pittburjj end \\heclinff, place
G. Presidential ct;; congressional elections
the recent loss by floods clons the Ohio end
,t Jlonon ricers as hi. h as $ .O00,000. throughout the Uu.tcd; States; Benjamin IlarrLuaend Aching rides and hock, hip Kidney and I if nii, York and Florida Boston Philadelphia and tbe East
Levi i' :..w ton elected president and Pains Klitiimatic Sciatic. Sharp ami WrakfinugPjtin ,
hundred houses burned
12. Two et Uich.
Alpena ; Rfltfvedin minute the Curticura A
via l preside i. one bv Dt"aill -
1,,10 persons rendered homeless.Hight 15. Joseph Chanilierlain: ; :1. P.. and :is; ncil.tt; I'l.i.-ter The first and only tiiit.inetiiis Sailing ;
! hundred men entombed ia a mire in South _:,
married UY ashing ou.r aiit.killing st"i-iiiittieniuR plister o'nt< ; five

Africa ;. Perry Eelmont minister i for 51.HI At tirug''tst.orof\ rontu DKUO AND FROM XE1V YORk CITY VK03I FE1LNAMHNA.
f appointed to Sp ia2J. :
13. Seventeen peons drowned by the wreck of the CHEMICAL( < ., !V>&ti>u.
! British ship' Star of Greece, near Adelaide, A. II. Colquit Democrat re-elected L",i: J Pimple", blai'kht-acib, chapped and oily kiu cured ::-:1. IL I:.. EVERY l'P.ID.Y.L.' Tla; bTliLLT AVllAlIl LAERY 'tBlk-tAt' :
States senator fro::( Georgia by CUIICTJKA fc'or. iCHICHESTER'S \
\ Australia. 21 General S.'e-fr V.'cilrniea ro .< the Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS CITY OF SAX ANTONIO RIO ,
crly, of tleIvclghts -- - ----- -- ---- ,
i 15. Over 500 prsom kicked byan eruption ia the of Labor rsleeted.UiCE. 'f GIIAXDE.Are
; D.ntbi- n volcanic region, Japan. ENGLISH (,
Fourteen lives lost West I .m=m. Are large, elegant] deep-draft and comfortable alternate!?. Table. '
I- by a Virginia cloud I. \ vrniiirr.snn. of P i .Celpl1L'1. makes tie PENNYROYAL PilLS sailing
l but liivt 1:\.n j.r: t J trustee- the ; 12.CO.\UX) he the best on the Cua t.

21. Fourteen raf tsmea whCa drunk and trying to rr-eos: ; to fivo for educational iastitutiom. 3C Ci1.S LI.L2 EJ.l t

f run the Mattawan river rapids Canada were on{! aat."I.only prnnln an,1 SCHEDULE.
drowned. f. reliable pill for sale. Sever Fail.'f .

I; 31. Incendiary Eres ct Port eu Prince, IlaytL Strikes and:Labor TARY. Troubles. '.)AttJo Diamond for C1i Brand\cAuter'in.red Englut mej -
. and Eight loss hundred of;;.;OCu.ltX end) fifty buildings destroyed 3. Forty collferies on the Reading Railroad system -_ l j(boa tallio At boze Drncijlot.sealed with. Accept blue rib- llth, 18th, 25th ; February 1st, 8th, 13th and 22nd. "

f AccrsrI. I ore i.lbf'EII&t'AI.Y.It. I board no other.boxes pint AU pins wrapper in past.are a dnnjror- NORTII-BorND, from Fernandina, 4:30 train from Jack:)Ilville. ./
Bend 4. -
& <
t Evansville In:, \'uitcd by a destructive fire. Eviction of twenty-two f.1I:1ilies'c: striking = f one particulars and"Kellerfor Ladle e.tamr-** ..* CITY OF SAX AXTOXIO, Captain Wilder..........ThurdavP.3f. IeSTATE 2L1 .:'
1. Suffolk Ya, almost entirely destroyed by fire cigar makers in New York. I letter, by return mail. 1O.OOO te.tl.momlalafromtADIESwhobareusedtbem. dIU
, Kame Paper. Captain Williams............. -
3. Two lives "t ID a fire the New '
oa Bowery, 25. Chief Arthur, of the Brotherhood of Locomotive u ;
CUcbester Chemical Co.JIadison Sq.Philtt.Pa- CITY OF SAX ANTONIO JJ ;
I Captain 'riider..Thur
York. Engineers, ordered the engineers on J firemen >( art e-

i j' 13. Railroad accident at Shohola N. Y., on the of the Chicago. Burlington and Quincy I STATE OF TEXAS, Captain \\'illi:ms............... "lath

s Erie; 85 people hurt 1 killed; several of Gebhard's I railroad to strike.* MADE WITH BOIUNG WATER. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder........ filth
r and Mrs. Lanptry's horses killed. : STATE OF M xlot -
1LUlCl. TEXAS, Captain Williams............ u
t 16. Business portion of French Cayenne burned. 23. Riots amon C., 0. and Q. switchmen at Chi

;w Loss 2,000,000 cago. E PPS'S >irect all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pit-r Xo. :11: 11., ties r. .d asspecial

! Collision of steamships Geiser and Thingralla .. information 4: obtained.Agents are located at all principal point through Florida wfcre tkitt ... _

r off the coast of Newfoundland The Geiser 12. Drewers men struck In Chlca a
CS"ltt1eroom8 dJb<.rtl1" secured in "dvance from etiA'
: sank in less than eight minutes. More than I 11. Striio of bakers at Chicago. CCOMrORTING.COCOA. n'. from F? E. & X I''). run directly to hip'JackfcnUlle* aide at Fernaadioa.and FernandtomTrain8
100 lives lost. 18. Drewcra' lockout In New Brooklyn
I began York 63.Any further information can be obtained from

21. Eleven people killed by storm In Maryland; Newark. Jersey City, Paterson and Staten J. )1. CUTLER Passenger Agent, corner Bay and IIoCan streets, Jacbeedlleb.!
severe storm In Louisiana; $500,000 damage to T:!'". Fire thousand men out of employ R. W. &OUTI1WICK Ajjent Feroaudina, lla.

coal craft alone. meet. IL H. RAYMOND, General.Traveling Agent.

22.Collision between steamer City of Chester and I SOL Andrew Carnegie opened his great steel worksat em.f

the Oceanic just inside the Golden.Gate San Pittsburg with con-union men. MADE WITH f BOILING MILK. C H. MALLORY & CO.. General Agents Her 20 E. R. HEf YORK .

Francisco bt1-C2ul.u.r# (' lost, ,


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I : ::ii -- THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1889. ... 7

;;; Is this Disease That is I
f l'
1' I j c. J"Hardware. :BECTOa., SOB..G-BU1\I:
.. .
.: Coming Upon Us ? .
...., : : r
thief at night it steals 1 : : and
j Like a upon T if:' EVAPORATORS
j us una>ir arcs. The patients '. .
. hare pains about the. chest and :::: General Produce

1 des and sometimes in tlie hack.Tjiey MILLS
s& : .
feel dull and sleepy ; the

_; mouth has a bad taste, especially MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers Supplies.)

morning. A sort of sticky &m
in the Melbourne. Florid
collects about the teeth. They I
. \ slime I For Catalogue and Copy of
A. M. Hamilton & Co. Sorghum
appetite is poor. There is a feeling ,
Guide, address
like a heavy load on the stomach i TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,

".-< ; sometimes a faint, all goner : = Wholesale Dealers in CHAPMAH & CO, MADISON, 1ND,

, sensation at the pit of the stomach a
."' which food does not satisfy. The Oysters,

," eyes are sunken, the hands and := FISI-I

cold and After rf
feet become
: Green Turtle and Game.
:) .. awhile a cough sets in, at first dry, hJ

i few months it .is atten- All orders will i-eecive prompt and careful at-
after a
but SJ tention, whether by telegraph, SELF-SKIMMING
'. ded with a greenish-colored expect- letter or person. 17

ors tlott. The patient feels tired ran make .95.00 per AND
cDo $' ffifrEl 1f{$ Lay profit selling our
all the while, and sleep docs not iriJ S-MS < _"VVerlU AI.15UMS._lor low We prices.beat the A Perpetual EvaporatorsAND
seem to afford any rest. After a : ICE!)I'LESi1 I-lIo'rOf n.t.I.IIAT.nrll.8i .
-x 11 ;. Embused puMt"tllI.., ,
"" edges extension -
time he becomes nervous, irritable -<:Ig clasp, holdin 32 pages of Cabinet and Card
pictures sent for Sl.CO retail for S'J.25; bound also THEImproved
. and gloomy and has evil forebod- T jn Japt\nl''so 3ioroero. Illustrated. cIrculars 1'nEEof
( the niMne and t'\Clt q

, ings. There is a giddiness, a sort -I'or_(.hwinllnti.hreY 17ellukiu$ fn"-Ohio. [L .. UMSS'l'YI41' :: I Victory Cane Mill

: of whirling sensation in the head P : c::> -< .r tJ lt .. f. "a d01JLlo their money OUR SPECIALTIES.Also : .
.. The 11'Ikr tj-'FJtnoarBl\ASS,
when rising up suddenly.\ I to:y kJ d >iJ Finished Corrugated
A PPtfnctj":; pirn/ Portable Soda Fountains.
bowels become costive ; the skin is tOlD go. Ip .rf:H :1 't,; Lh LI l LAMP.
dry and hot at times ; the blood :I : !J\ ,Cl'iI '"' f::.! in everfamily.. Gives! l Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.
? ;:" l'1! : t'n th-r''r'.i;i-"v limpUJ -*.
thick and stagnant the I I smI n j ? *'ill'!' .1..1 i..,nL'i,? b-.u i.. }.'\r,ress furrg
becomes ; ot"'I. ttirew'! \\0 p.o base tilt' besti ,
I I ".!1'Yin. : !:: ",? !" rot in the U. S.
whites of the eyes become tinged ,l u ":a1J.=, "'j Ior 1.itrttt'.1! circular to'lsHw NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
with yellow ; the urine is scanty L:17Ciacinati; ;)

and high-colored, depositing a sediment -
Geo. E. Chase
There is
after standing. If you have any

frequently a spitting up of the food,

with taste and Io..' ;: Chandler
sometimes a sour : Ship OLD FURNITURE

sometimes a sweetish taste ; this is ,

frequently attended with palpitation I s= fP Such as '
Boat and Vc of the heart ; the vision be- I S Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks,

comes impaired with spots before I Canvass, dJalyanizctl Wire CHAIRS,
( : Hope, all sizes! Tents,
the eyes; there is a feeling of pros- lrJ Spruce Ladders, Il I
Copper Taints, gal's, 1-2 gal's, qts. l SOFAS
weakness. All of thet'csymptoms Q ,
tration Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 ;:al's,qts,})t8.
are in turn present. It I Oils and Leads, all kinds.F. I ORGANS
is thought that nearly one-third of
I lu fact anything for Building orSailinp boats.
our population has this disease in stop turn PIANOS,
1 Hart's BlocU, 90 East Bay St.,
some of its varied forms. A _

It has been found that physicianshave \.L ITI IfJ JACKSOXYILUE: FI A. BUREAUS 9 ,

mistaken the cause of this -S

disease. Some have treated it for a A BEDSTEADS,

liver complaint, others for kidney Send 8 Or any other Furniture that you wish

. disease etc., etc., but none of these of and RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED,

kinds of treatment have been at- trial 8 Call on the. undersigned, at the headof

for it is H. b Main Street, Titusv'lie, where you
with really
tended .
success ; ; '
. & Oa.'T; ; can have all or any of the above article*
constipation and dyspepsia. It is made to look as well as New; or will
also found that Shaker Extract of call at residences when work can not be
(b moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental
Roots, or Mother Seigel's Curative -O < Sign Painting a specialty.TitiiMvillc .

Syrup, when properly preparedwill I --
: % w. B.. :E.NC>X.
remove this disease in all its r
stages. Care must be taken however oj is.tr.

to secure the genuine article.IT 8


..' Mr. John E. Ilemptinstall of Chulafirmec = SALOOX.

Cleburn Co., Ala., writes;
Oo, If you want a clean and easy shave,
" "My wife has been so much bene- II i i iCO As clean as barber ever ga've,
fitted by Shaker Extract of Roots Just call on me at my saloon,
ITI At morning, eve, or afternoon. ,
or Mother SeigeFs Curative Syrup l
I'll cut and comb
hair with
that she says she would [rather be uIj YOUR HOMEIS I To suit the contour your of your facet grace;

without part of her food than with- ] I To you I'll give a good shampoo,
out the medicine. It has done her : NOT FURNISHED The art of which is known to few. i

more good than all the doctors and / !! : WITHOUT ONE. I My scisgor's sharp, ray razor's keen,
It I My shop is a ways neat and clean,
all other medicines put together. I gives i SAVANNAH,(:0.., Nov. 1, ISSS. : And everything I'm sure you'll find,
would ride miles to get it Forty Thousand Southern Homes made To suit the taste and please the mind.
twenty i d.J happy with fine instruments since 187O.
into the hands of any sufferer if he sole and still the good work goes on. And now to all who patronize intend,
3OOO Pianos and Organs sold last year. Just come along and bring your friends,
can get it in no other way. I believe 5,000 our murk for this year.Lower Prices; And I assure YOU I will try
Better Instruments! ; Easier Terms" and
it will soon sell in this State greater Inducement bale.Thousands. will gain us this Increased My very best to satisfy/ may?
better than cotton.TESTIMONY of Homes yet unsupplied with
" Instruments that might today be enjoying THE SLOOP AGNES"
= them through our easy system selling.
FROM TEXAS.:; CASH to pay down not needed. We haveA
PLAN by,,"hicbVITUOUT RISK,any commanded by
Mrs. Barton of Varner ( one can obtain mi Instrument of any Styleor CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAX.
S. E. Price making cither 3IONTI1LY,
QUARTERLY or YEARLY PAYMENTSuntil Slakes regular trips on Indian Kiver.
Riplcy Co., Mo., writes that she paid for, meanwhile enjoying use of SHE CARRIES .'ULL OI'rLT Op
had been long afllicted with dyspepsia yr Instrument.No .
extortionate prices. NoRi.sk. No Forfeiture Groceries
>"':' and disease of the urinary -b of all cash paid Installments cannot ,Dry: Goods
b<: promptly paid. Contract perfectly Canned
f organs and was cured by Shaker FAIR and EQUITABLE, protecting purchasers ,
from imposition or loss.
.1. McGuire all Hats, Boots and Shoes
Extract of Roots. Rev. J. o Write us and we will point out the way toIlet ,
' 1 merchant, of the same place, to a fine Instrument! Easily! and nta low Ladies'Shoes in great variety;Prints all
Price Wonderful Fall 1888. new patterns at low prices.
y ; bargains! for
who medicine
' sold Mrs. Barton the ,
, Better than any before offered. Prices
. says he has sold it for four years Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL Reaiy-mte Clotting, Toilet Articles
and never knew it to fail. Is ( S"1 OFFERS tUpright X OTJOX S.

SHE WAS ALMOST DEAD.I the\ ; t=3Oo Piano Only $200 March Kar 15,46 For 6m.the cash only;;

c! ;% Octaves-Overstrung Scale-Three
Strings-Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed
was so low with dyspepsia that -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,SGOO. WM. H. SHARPE

there was not a physician to be y Parlor Organ only $65Four ,

P found who could do anything with Sets Reeds-11 'stops-Couplers-
Handsome Case. Catalogue Price 8200. REAL ESTATE AGENT
nie. I had fluttering of the heart !
I and Stool,Cover,Instructor,Music Book
if and swimming of the head. One and all Freight Paid.
.., day I read pamphlet called Other Special Offers jul as goofl. Largest Stock F01:
your ,
South to choose from. TEX GRAXD MAKERS.
"Life Among the Shakers," which disCribed v SOO Different Styles. Can suit all buym. Write CITY POINT.
for catalogues,circulars,and Free Copy of our new -
my disease better than I paper "Sharps and Flats,"girinyfull and valuable.

could luy elf. I tried the Shaker LJ information. Lands sold I on long time with inter or
: REMEMBEROUR on the lease system, or for cash.
of Roots and kept on LOW PRICES.
until to-day I rejoice in good t f ONE PRICE ONLY. Lands cleared and planted, and cares for
:\ if desired ; by contract or otherwise.

, vier, Muhlcnburg Co., Ky. on : : / FREIGIIT PAID. Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.;
- 15 DAYS TRIAL. Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville! Fla.; IJ. W.and .
For address MONEY SAVED ALL.
by druggists, or '
t \ J.Stras,Tazewel Court House, Va.;
,f, the proprietor, A. J. White, Limited : LUDDEN&BATESSOUTHERN and A. Becker, :Montreal, Canada, for

54 Warren St., New York. nah, MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAH, GA. whom I have made croves./

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I #1 LOCAL LACOXICS.Mr. I Messrs. T. Hatchett & Co., have received -I i J --

I. C. Fuller,of Brookville, Pa., 5,000 Bangor orange bores. .This Space is Reserved forThe

arrived here on'Thursday last. -Two thousand choice twoyearoldlemon

-The train yesterday brought forty and ten thousand orange buds for

passengers, the majority of them stopping sale by E. S. '\iley, Titusville, Fla.

at Titusville. -Procure jour insurance through ROYAL Qawa

-The schedule changes to-day, the Robbins and Graham. A first-class line Peoplesfs Cash
through train leaving at 12 noon and the of companies.

ordinary one as usual. Messrs. Hodgson Bros., of Eau

-Our wholesale fish and oyster houses Gallie, in their steamer Kathleen, were at
in town this week. .k
here are doing a very large business. : w C:

Carloads of fish, oysters and turtle leav- -3Iiss Ada Burr, cousin of Mrs. M. On Corner next to Railway Depot Titoille
ing daily. A. Lowden, arrived here yesterday from ,

-Mr. John Cregeer, and wife, of New Corning, New York State.

York, arrived Monday. They intend -Mr. G. B. Rumph has received a I

staying with us and have rented a house quantity of Irish seed potatoes of the '- ,

from Dr. Graham. Chili red variety which he is offering: for -4KIJ4G

-Rev. William Dunbar who has beenspending sale.
a few days with his family and There will be a meeting of the In- .

relatives: at City Point was seen on our dian River Lodge, Saturday evening,

streets Monday. the 12th inst., at their hall. By order POWDER

-Capt. Jno. D. Cornwall has boughtthe of W. M., A. A. Stewart, Secretary.Mrs. Az.E:: GOIN"GTO DB..OP.

periagna-ri :!cd schooner Shamrock, Restall has returned to pas a Absolutely Pure.

which he is fitting up as a party pleasure few days amongst her friends before '
If You Don't Want to Get Hurt "Stand from under.
Tin powder]If'nor"arif's. A in irvel of purity
leaving to reside in Sanford. She has
boat for the winter business. : streiiytli: and wliole-omeness. More economicalthan
sold out her business here to S. A. Bel- HIP ordinary Lintl-, and cmnot be sold incompetition
Hamilton & Co. have finished : .. .
Messrs. the multitude short
: : with > of low test ----------------- --- -- -
cher. weight: jluin (>r phosphate powd..f.*. Sold only incan
a large building at the Inlet, which .. ,
10 Wall
Loyal Uakiuy Powder C" btreet ; TO :RENT.
will be used as a .}.packing-house- : and a Send your orders to S. II. Ray, for New York.LOOK. EACOTT & CO.,

camp for their men. I common pine orange boxes, 15 cents :
-Mr. II. L. Lilienthal, Mayor of San- poplar, 1C cents; spruce pine: 17 cents.Hoops AT THAT LAMP!
75 cents per 1,00; 10x10 wrap: :
ford, paned: through: for Rockledjro: on I TIN & SHEET-IR ON
14 cents per ream; 11x11 15 cents.
Tuesday to purchase oranges.: lie will no Chimney Ho Smoke No Odor. woraRS'HOUSE.: FURNISHED
give this: section a call on his return. -The steamer Clef arrived from the
Inlet[ on Tuesday; with one of the 'j lie n..illi.tnl'\! of (.U;a-, whim the eonvcnenre *- GtTT LRI\U. ROOFING.( : J
-Mr. C. H. Carrey, from llocklcdgc ,
of Hand laves ;0 io
a Lamp. i'poni
largest:: ]loads offish and this And iufaeturin.i t.lfTill Ware.
We should oysters sea of oil l actual Burn ; At M1MS near Station.
was in town Monday. surmise ;') per t"'nt by tl'.t. ; ,
son. Capt. Lacy, of Cocoa, has taken the lowest.ide of kerosene oil with
from the bill of lumber bought: of perfect GALVANIZED WORK:, ,
charge of her in place of Capt. JarvK MJieiN, :i> it i positively non-explosive.]
Oliver & Budge: that he contemplates who }has resigned.Mr. The amount saved from chimneys and oil And RcjMJrinu'} ; lit"all kinds AT $tj 1>EU 3JUXTII. -'i"[),.': .
building very extensively. for one year more than pays for lamp.; .
R. "". Baxter, chief clerk and For d, enptive ('.t.llo.tH', ete.. address
-Mr. Hutchinson returned from New accountant of contingencies; finance department Locaitiou : MAIX ST.. urur .roer..., JJFS, K. J. Hamilton, Clt) Point, fit 1
Jersey yesterday, accompanied by :Mr. J. P. T&1tN1l:" TiT!':'.\'(1,11:. FLA.,

Frank McCabe and Mr. Martin .T. Mor Ottawa, Canada, accompanied n__________ __ __ ___ _
gent for the W-VNZKli LAMP: ,
1.v l Mrs. Baxter
arrived hero Thursday '
gan. .We welcome these gentlemen in on I for lrevartiOratigt' and Voiu-iu counties.IJefrrs F. G JBrUC AJB.A.
last, and are stopping at )irs. L. II.Meeker D 9Foriieriv
our midst. *, by Irruurvoa. 10 ('.trait James Pritcbaid,
)>> s. We trust the change of .... ..
I. I. l: Hank : J..t. 'l'IIt.' > dr:Hid View Hotel ; '
-Thc hotel business here is booming climate will improve Mr. Baxter's health. U. \V. MarktnzHII.. ItaLewi, -* \; 1'urdey and ( ; of the firm of IluikalnK *V iltuk,e.Vi11 .)
acain. Business picking: up every day. other 25HOTEL
-Capt. Watson, from Jacksonville,
Proprietors smiling once more as the Open a Lnrgt Stock ()tFurniture
arrived in town on Friday lnt to take
tourists( lino out frmnthe, train to their GRAND VIEW w
charge: of the Indian River line of ,
respective: resting places.
steamers. Wo are pleaded to sec< ('.11t. t
-We are having: considerable improvement Watson: in our midst, and from past ex- TITUSViLLE, FLA. and BeddingIn
added] business houses.
to our -
perience, we look forward to a general .
The extra door and piazza on I>raiys I
good of the
management steamboat busi-
.] corner, and the painting of R. C. : ness on our river.Mr. Tie most centrally i locate Hotel in City0 .%aHIkI'y at their old >tand, rnd solicits flui 1\'j; >".I':" t ;' ..M I :I.i i... t

Scrinr:!eour's huiM'iig! : adds considerable. n tetidsom the rive Ct*
E. C. Culpcpper, agent for the .
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to)the aspect} of Washington Avotiuo.The r
Debar Line,at Sanford, passed through NEW HOUSE. Fln TCL.I.X: 6"T TT T T5
Frost Line returned, Tuesday, for Rockledge; "..cllne lla -. lIe was surprised EVERY RESPECT. ata ..n. ..QQP'INGMota Iof t

from a business trip to Uoekle :!e. Capt. at the marvelous :growth of our Open nil the year round. Table UJl -llr-

Hughes: who h:,> had: diartrcol': her all town in three years and could not real- pa :,ed. Bath Room> Free. !
the summer resign'! : this week in j favor ize it was the same place. It i is rumored Guttaringg and Worlt all Kins1
Bales, &2.AO & SJJ.OO per Bi3.sdtiAj '.
vho will
of her owner, Capt. Hawley, ]he is trying: to establish anew the old
take charge of her. Lake Poinsett from 1\TI:5 i'iu WEEK.J. .
route Sanford Corrugated Iron Roofing:( ,

-The J., T. & K. W. steam lighter: --Mr. J. A. Durst is progressing: : very I : A. .jI1IL] J;l(, Proprietor. a
Lochsahatchec, started for Jupiter Sunday Galvanized Iron Cornices.
favorably: with the well at the Grand -- ---

'.t owed by the steamer Georgiana, Yiew; ]ho has driven to. depth of 103: INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY B
loaded with !lumber and other TIIV BY TZIF: i3 OX, S dLHEl. 'IX\Ins" sniMts. ITC. r
feet, having: struck the first strata of
freight: for the railway extension at rock which he proceeds to drill to-day. Estimates Given and Work Executed in all Parts of the State. auf

Jupiter. lIe contemplates the artesian flow after P1CKENS TUKXEK,

-)Ir. J. P. Turner, our photographic penetrating this strata and expects, contrary 26 W. T. COTTER Sanford, Florida.

artist, has just received a handsome to the opinion of many of our citi Photographer, --- ----------- -------- --- ---- -- - ------ -

water-color background, new canvas zens, that it will be salt. Specialty.Views on Eat Coast and Indian Rivera WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf

and lenses for his :gallery, which makes -Our town marshal made a clever cap- Has the only Authorized PHOTOGRAPH
his: outfit equal to that of many artistesin : ture of a suspected pickpocket, who for OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND PAHTY the people of Indian River to our.tock of goods.
our large cities. some time past has been mistrussed by that has ever been made during their which we are ofteringat very close inaigin.We .
the authorities, )last Saturday. On that travels. Orders by mail receive prompt make a specialty of t
Scobie & Haglin's: sharpie Sophie Mr. Titus found that this
day suspected attention. 49-(>mo.
Frey left for the Inlet, on Tuesday, for colored man was shadowing an inoffensive
another loud of fish. She had on board, Irishman named McGough, who J. PIUTCIIAID,1'resitlent.\V. 31. nnowx,Cashier. Groceries Grain Hay and Flour

as a passenger, Mr. Weiscr, whose deli had sold his boat for $]50 in cash, andas ,
McGough: was free with his ,
cate health will, probably: be recuperated :I this fallow in the evening, took the money IrishHun INDIAN RIVER BANK. On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large lok ofGENT'S
by a sojourn at the fish camp for a by the arm, and after he had laid him
while. out near the depot with a block of wood FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS ETC.,

of for a pillow to rest for the night,deliberately I Tiiiisvillc Florida. Which ue are offering at low figure's. Those needing; shod will find it greatly
We energetic proprietor
saw proceeded to examine his pockets.At I A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN their interest to give u*> a call as wo are selling shoe very low.
the Hotel Indian River on our streets this juncture the marshal
pounced SACTED. We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.
Moiday on his way to Jacksonville, upon the would-be rifler and arrested

where we learn he hi> gone to make arrangements him. lIe was arraigned on Tuesday before prompt Exchange attention bought given and to collections.soM. Special Loans anti Ea La ::B A.D-Y-.

with the Italian }band, which Justice Atkinson, who bound him negotiated on first mortgage for Sayings ___ ____ ________ ________,_____ __ __ ___u _ __ __ __ -
: over to appear at the Circuit Court in Banks, Corporations Individuals.. Inter-
he will engage. The hotel will, probably the sum of $100. Had it not been for est allowed on time deposits. ROBBINS & GRAHAM

be opened on the 21st inst. the vigilance: and forethought of the Advances made upon available collateral. ,

-Mr. m. Troutler! of Eau Gallie, marshal 111 getting McGough to bank Approved business paper discounted. .
: the bulk of his money before night, the Drafts on all parts of Europe.Business .
was in town on Monday and 'fne cla}'. poor fellow might have lost it all.
:: done at Jacksonville rates. REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.
He had been making enquiries for his favor,
Every consistent with bound
trunks which had been lost for two weeks. Minis.

Upon arriving: here he found his trunks The weather cool and pleasant.Mrs. ] banking, cheerfully extended. c---: .

]had been lying at Melbourne for ten COKKKSrONDENTS: Bank Jacksonville,
Anna Carlisle and daughter Ed- Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. I
days. Another piece of negligence: of Hank, New York. 23
na, left last week for Jacksonville,
the railway company, which caused )Ir. where they will pay a few months visit Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per ceut.

to Treutler trace the an trunks.expense: of fifteen dollars to Mr. John Einig, a brother of Mrs. TH E" TRap'I-QAL: Choice lots in rapidly growing Town, will net inve-t.. HO' percent
Carlisle. --
in twelve months.
Mr. AV. J. Ncjsbitt of Micco, arriv-
31 r. Jas. E. Bowman was a visitor in 2i ed here last evening board
on 3Iims last Sunday. Siixino ..; lots from $:!.jU to ?'_> :.
Messrs.: Hodgson's: steamer Kathleen,
3Ir. F. A. Strahan Titusville 1\..UR.i: N'T.
with the es-ipod murderer from Yolu- a
:short I visit on Tuesday.Dr. : Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.
sia county, en route to Daytona, notwithstanding Near Ka-l-oad Depot,
' .. the fact that Mr. Titus, as McCormick is stopping with )Ir.
Morecounty than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Land, located in neatdc
Deputy-Sheriff, who had gone to considerable Harry Roberts, trying to regain his Tiiiisvillc. Florida.Mrs. tt've7
in the State suitable for Fruit antI 1't''eiabe
Fanning, Grazing,
' health in our lovely southern clime. His
expense in tracing him down L. A. )Mackenzie Proprie.rc s. Growing-PineCypress and Ccclar Timber, price $1 ptr Arc anti

our coast to Micco, had telegraphed; himto wife accompanied him. --- --- -.....-..-..... upwards.P. .
arrest and hold the murderer until he The rain and winds of last week have
0. Box 250 Tilu-\'Hle. Florida.A. .
came down on the steamer for him. caused the oranges to fall considerablymore MEALS & LUNCHES.

When Mr. Titus arrived at Micco he than usual, and people generally A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .
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found they had left with the negro, in- are busy packing and sending off. i I Circuit Coi'iv Anv. at l.: w. )1.. D-
tending to get the reward if possible. Miss Mary Burtus returned last week I SOUS OYSfERS; ICE CREAM:

)Ir. Titus was just in time to catch the from a visit to her friend, 3Irs. Lina ALLIES, ETC. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY

" steadier; Clco on her return trip, antI arrived Gruber, of Titusville.m

here in time to take the negro It seems quite the fashion to visit BREAD, CAKES & PIES. I I Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to iiH h'1I11" in n.-
from them and place him in jail. DeputySheriff vai'tl conui3Florid:.
Anderson, from Volusia, arrived Jones and Wiley's cane-mill, where all Tj'b e Board at Reasonable rates. Fami-

hero on Friday,* paid )1 r. Titus, and are welcome. We have sampled the lies served. Titles Examined and Perfected.

took the prisoner back Saturday morn- syrup and pronounce it fine. .
' ing. ., I IADENE. DECIDED HOME COMFORTS. Box 250, Titusville, Fla.

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