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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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:'_ '- FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL. SEMITROPICAL EXPOSITION think, when the colored brother is wink-i Our stores are supplied with goods of jvas granted, and Messrs. Ulrich, Foster

.- ed at in his nefarious work as appears to all kinds, from baked beans to plum-pud- and E. L. Gray were appointed road
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I be the case in this instance.An ding. We noticed at Mr. C. J. Hector's commissioners to lay out same without

;n; itinerant preacher of strange and apples, oranges, bananas, pine-apples, expense to the county.

!t"- small stature leaped from the steamer cranberries and immense Spanish onions. The report of Messrs. Carter and Quim-

!' Rockledge to the wharf at this place on Fee and Nesbitt are continually in- by on road from Aurantia to county line

r Saturday night and began his exhortationsthe creasing their stock as the wants of this jof Volusia, connecting with Oak Hill,

( moment he caught his breath) to region indicate. Roofing is one of their road was accepted and filed.

those standing upon the wharf. He was specialities. The Seward cottage bears The following appointments were made

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I half-hidden under an ancient silk hat evidence of their skill in a newly tinned for road commissioners :

,. ; L.A. Coleman G.Richard
P Mil tl x rJia much resembling "Grandpapa Harri- I LaGrange- -

r. E I i if r son's." A baggy, old umbrella, which in roof.We see that our enter rising drayman, l son, L. C. Scheuing.

",- i its palmiest days was not "a thing of W. H. Whiddon tred a contract : Titusville F. H. Boye, Robt. Mor-

:"' r a a r ; r I beauty," was wildly brandished in one supplying se\ haSte with wood, row.City
Point-L. B. Dennisou J. D.
hand while the other firmly clutched a and now furnishes and Denney ,

rusty leather valise, whose flat sides with wood delivered at the head of :.Ir.Rector's I Hatter, A. Z. Dixon.

plainly denoted that the little fellow told wharf. Eau Gallie-B. J. Stewart,J. T. Snell
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the truth when he asserted that he did Henry Harris. .
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The steel rails, etc., for the Melbourneand \Iaiabar-C.
not for lucre worldly : W. Bolton, ArnolJ, J.
preach "filthy or
Atlantic railroad, left New York on
goods. He that he has come to stay, T. Bassett.
says Seminole
the Line Steamer
Clyde On
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I he thinks Cocoa is vast field for cul- Sebastian-P. Kroegel, Mercer Gibson;
WILL OPEN AT OCALA, JAN. 29th, CLOSES MAY 1st, 1839mm as a January 11th, and will be landed by
tivation him. He is and is A. C. Ford.
by a novelty the .1. T. & K. "". Co's steamers directly
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looked I should
far big (or
.. upon, so as a the wharf Melbourne Beach.
on
*. cordeon, but sounds like .1 full-fledged bay small) joke, but "cranks" of any kind A. A. IIcndr)'.
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band of music. M srs.- Will Hitchings and Fred Eden W. F. Richards G. L. Lucas
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Mr.\ McGinnis is stopping at the Ilia- are not wanted permanently in Cocoa, "-

1 watha.: Another artesian well is being sunkat and we hope that he will return from Voi left on Tuesday morning's boat C. E. Chaffer. '

Mr. George Pahlinan is stopping with Courtney by Mr. Albert Magnuleron whence he came when he discovers how for Lake Worth, where they are engaged Fort Drum-A. L. Chandler, H.
with Mr. Morrison to finish Mr. Mc-
_Mr. L. K. Meyers.Dr. the fine orange grove of Mr. T. II. Sanders little in need of his exhortations we are. I Holmes, M. Brannon.
A Cormick's elegant residence. They report Narrows-F. Foster; E. L. Gray, F.
and several have been orderedto
more Hardee'shouse
The arrival at Mr. Gardner
and Mrs. McCormick arc visiting
much work
having as as they can Ulrich. -
Mr.\ and Mrs. II. Roberts. \ be sunk by others on Merritt'a Island. of Mr. N. McAfee, Mr. A.J. Wam- y
t possibly do. C eorgiana-C. Magruder F. Gums, A.
Dr. S. U. Carpenter, of Detroit, :\Iich.Ir. ., pler, Mr. Fred Stoltze and Mr. Geo. ; ,
Mr. Philip Ruhlman spent a few days Our stores are doing a very heavy bus- B. Carter.
:\ P. B. Iloltzcndoff; of Gower springs, Haenseck all of St. Paul, Minn., proves
with Mr. B. J. Minis this week. iness, the hotels begin to feel the increas- Merritt-S. J. Field, M. S. Sams, A.
Ga., Mr. C. H. Edgertorn, of Kansas City, that the Indian River is very attractive,
tide of travel. The Carleton has
Nearly has been compelled ing a Cleveland.
every one M rs. 1 V. Wilson, Courtney, Fla.; Mr.\ and those who have been down here once
to stop work on account of the water. number of guest The well-named, Cmawral-Robt. Runson, E. J. Davis,
and Mrs. C. S. Burkholder and MasterF. are never happy or satisfied until they '
Goode House U well filled w jfti a pleasant II. H. Melton.
Mrs. Brady andMiss Eunice Harrison L. Burkholder, Chicago, III.; Mrs.T. come again. The gentlemen just mentioned -
and rooms are engaged for Haulover H. Watton D. F.
company Buky,
\ were visitors in La Grange one day this 1). Wallace, Ohio, and Mr J. Thompson are all jolly old bachelors (out for
several parties who are expected this L. Griffis. _
week. of Merrett, were guests at the Peck a good time) and they are great sportsmen -
week.
Otter Creek W. II. Raulers J.
Mr. F. G. Huckaby paid Minima short House during the past week.. and have been following their favorite ,
found their
Messrs. Alexander have Swain, D. Sloan.1felbourneC..
call on Wednesday. He is soliciting; The Prohibition Executive Committeeof occupation for the past! two months.
steam launch unsuitable for their require- J. Hector, D. W. Mc-
shipments of oranges for K. E. Harrington Brevard held They have visited Dakota in search of
county a meeting on
,nients, drawing too much water to pass Quaig, J. M. Minor.
Boston. Monday: at Mr. L. A. Gingras' at Rock ducks, geese and prairie chickens. In
up the shallow creeks, and the grass up The road in precinct No. 3, leading
The little boys themselvesby Ledge to petition the to Arkansas, Mississippi, and Georgia they
now amuse Legislature Banana River twining around the propeller from A. L. Hatch's store to Hardeville,

floating kerosene barrels around Mr. establish a county criminal court for the hunted the quail and made some "big causes vexatious delays, so they was declared a public neighborhopd

"1'. N. Hendry's store There is quitea special purpose of prosecuting the violators bags"! too. From Tallahassee they cameto have exchanged with W. J. Nesbitt for road, to be 20 feet wide.

lake there since the showers. of the law and Rock Ledge-saving the best for the
recent liquor to organizethe
his '.
sloop, Osr>re) Order No. 2, of Oct. 1st, 1888, authorizing -
Prohibition of Brevard last-which will be their headquartersfor
Quite a number of our young ladies party countyfor Mr. D. W. McQ uaig's fine refrigeratoris the County Surveyor to survey out
attended the closing exercises of the the expected contest in the coming the rest of the winter. The "Deerhound" the
in working order and keeps everything route beginning at township line be-
owned these 'old bachelors"
was by -
election.
La Grange singing school on Tuesday /sweet as a nut;" we saw some mut- tween 25 and 26, running south to line
last and in her madea
evening. Everything passed off pleasantly It is with sincere regret that we chronicle season they ton there, a great rarity here, also Irish dividing township line 27 and 28 is here-
West and while
even to driving home in the rain. the death of Mr. Jas. B. Burnham, of cruising trip to Key a Florida crocodile captured and, other and sweet-potatoes, rutabagas, cabbage, by rescinded, and the road commissioners -

One of our young men decided to play Farmington, Mo., who died last week of etc. Me. has a five-year contract with of said district No. 5 are hereby instructed -
things. The "Deerhotiml" is
'little boy" and take a ride on the ker- consumption in Orlando, Fla. He was strange Mr. Lewis Coleman for all kinds of native to work out the old Capron trail
owned Mr.\ Geo. Hunt but has
by now,
osene barrels, and was enjoying himself in the jewelry business in Cocoa for many and northern meats. through said district.
been chartered for the winter by her for-
t immensely until the girls commenced months and was a, young man of sterling The "little bulkhead" at Melbourne Report of Messrs. Simmons and Ma
and to take
mer owners they expect a
watching when all at once over he went worth and was greatly liked and respected gruder, road commissioners in precinct
second trip to Key West in the trim craft. Beach on careful inspection- turns out to .
into the water. He came out looking so I by all who knew him. Mr.McAfee is a lover of fine birddogsand be a very solid structure; much heavier No. 13 was laid over till next meeting. {

dejected. Capt. C. Schoonmaker Las just launched is the proud possessor of a noble than the railroad wharf at Titusville. It The following bills were audited and

IADENE. his handsome sloop, the Julia F., and specimen of the canine family which he is nearly 100 feet long, and would have ordered paid: ;

intends renting her out this winter as a procured while in Mississippi. been longer if necessary, but required A. J. Carter, $25.20; T. L. Paine,-80 ;

Cocoa. I pleasure boat to the tourists who wish to depth (of 6 feet at ]lowest stage of water), G. B. Rumph, $1.25 ; Jacob Chancy,

The tourists are appearing upon our take a comfortable and safe trip down the Melbourne. did not necessitate running half way $5 ; Frank M. Wilson, $5; C. A. ""il- {

streets again. river. He has fitted the sloop up in ele- Very warm weather last week. Orange across the river. lard, $5 ; A. A. Stewart, $95 ; T. H. t

The Hodgson Brothers, of Eau Gallie, gant style with crimson plush, fine linen, trees are starting new growth.Mr. Mr. C. J. Cragin, of Philadelphia Pa., Sander, $1.25; G. B. Gardner, $1.25 ; B. .a

,, spent Sunday in Cocoa. spring beds, etc., all of which we hope W. II. Adams, of Fau Gallie, was gave us a pleasant call. He is accom- F. Collier, $2; J. D. Vann, $17; A. F. S. i t

t Mr. E. P. Porcher is having a dock the tourists will appreciate.Mr. another ever-welcome caller,this week. panied by his father; the gentlemen are Williams, $10; :Robt. Morrow, $56.15 ;

built at his place at Courtney.The Charles Edgerton, of Kansas City, Lumber is daily expec/ed for a small on their way to Lake Worth where Mr. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, $10; A. L.

sidewalk committee received, this Kansas, who, with his parents, Mr. and cottage on Mr. Henry's place on the east Cragin has some valuable property, ,Hatch, $55; ; E. C. Summerlin, $1.25;
H. Watton, $1.25 L. J. II. Vinson
week, five dollars in cash to add to the Mrs. D. M. Edgerton, are spending the shore. I which he proposes to make an earthly ; ,
$7.95 J. M. Sanders $8 W. P. Day
fund. winter in City Point, at Captain Sharpe's, Preparations :re being made to build paradise. \Ve hear Mr. C. designs to ; ; ,
$1.55 R. Morrow, 28 W. N. Chau-
The band of musicians from Jacksonville I was a most welcome visitor here last Saturday another warehouse at the head of Mr. build there, in the near future, one of ; ;
doin, $1.25 S. II. Ray, 65.29 J. E.
the Hotel Indian River arrived t and Sunday. lie has just returned Hector's dock.A the finest residences in the State. ; ; X
Fla. for
BOr.'man19 ; O. F. Laney, 27.20 ; E. l
I from a week's cruise to Canaveral lighthouse ; has reached that Pad- of late tourists
Each or
at Rock Ledge on Monday. rumor us Capt. steamer brings
II. Rice, $10; M. Grover, $2; John !
with Messrs. J. C. Norwood and dison has sold his here knownas reisdents to '
property returning winter our thriving
Co!. T. C. West, of "Coruf Cannon" Quincy, $5; A. J. Carter, $2; Robert
Ed. Holmes, and reports an enjoyabletrip. the "Restaurant building." town. :Friday night's boat brought twen-
fame, and his son-in-law, Captain Tancre, Morrow, $12 ; B. R. Wilson, $30 ; MinorS.

of Hobo Sound,stopped at Cocoa on their Messrs. C. J. Hector, John M. Miner tyfour"e believe. Among the number Jones, $125; J. D. McDonald, $4. '

nay down the riyer last week. i I A choir was organized for the Episco- and D. W. :McQuaig have been appointed were Misses May and Susie DuBose, Quarantine report up to date renderedby

The Hotel Indian River has openedand I pal church last,Saturday afternoon by road commissioners for this district. Messrs. Robert and Haskell DuBose, of Chairman Morrow was approved and

the following ladies and gentlemen : Mrs- Sewanee,Tenn., Miss Perenou, of Charleston -
IlL Mr. and Mrs.
the Goode of Park
is looking quite lively since corps Hyde ,
I C. W. Harrison Mrs. Willard Mrs. J. H. S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whiting, filed.Minor '
of'servants and managers have arrived Woodruf and her sister. of Salem, 0., s Jones, Esq., was continuedas
r '! Powell, Mrs.E. Stiling,Miss Carry:Moore, of Mayaville, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. John
Misses of and for the 1889
and put everything into working order. and : Cragin, Pennsylvania attorney year at $250 per
i i Miss Daisy Peck, Miss May Nolan, Dr. 1
The many friends of Mr. H. J. Tiffin, Massachusetts.Mrs. Meeting of County Com nlls- annum.
Schofield and Mr. Sanford Hover. Dr.
of Montreal, Canada, will be glad to learn I Cumming's cottage at Melbourne sioners. The Treasurer was empowered to draw

that he is expected to arrive at Felicita, Schofield has kindly put the organ in re- Beach, is progressing finely, being nearly' At the regular meeting held on Monday $350 from building fund and apply it to ;
pair and-will act as organist during the 7th 1889 the following the general fund.
his grove, at Courtney, the latter part of I enclosed. It looms up finely ae seen January ,
winter months.
this week from the western shore. business was transacted, l1essrs.1orrow, L. A. Coleman appointed Inspectorof z

: --- Dr. S. B. Carpenter, the Archdeacon in his Sanders, Carter and Paine being present. Beef for districts No. 1 and 2. t ti
Capt. Wilcox has been delayed
-Mr. W. Beach, who has been over to I of Florida, conducted the services and The bonds for the following county of- Mrs. 31. E. Titus was allowed a rebate '
'. coming by sickness of his mother, whoat i
Banana River in the interests of his place celebrated Holy Communion at St. Mi ficers were approved by the Board : of $10 on south half Y>f lot 4 and lots 5 1
I last accounts was not cxpected'to survive -
and his {
there, has returned to Cocoa melodious chaels Episcopal Church, at Cocoa, on Wm. J. McMillan, J. P., 6th district ; and 6.The.
than a day or two.
more
voice and blithesome banjo afford: Sunday morning at 11 o'clock a. m., and J. E. Hodgson, J. P., 5th district; Assessor is authorized to correct

much pleasure to lovers of sweet music I held afternoon service at 2:30 o'clock. Yellow jessamines are in bloom. Gar- Minor S. Jones, County Judge ; LaRueP. the assessment of*Chas. S. Adams in
dners with their truck farms.A .
: and moonlight- I i Owing to a misunderstanding the hour are busy Eley, J. P., 17th district; J. R. Miot, sections 10, 28, 33 and 34, township 27

Mr. Harry Eyer, of Merritt, is over |I of the morning services, very few attended few oranges are being shipped: the Constable 13th district ; R. B. Burchfiel, south, range 36 east ; also the assessmentof

I... here looking after his grove and Attending I but the church was well filled in the larger groves are still holding off for bet- County Surveyor ; E. W. Hall, Tax Col- C. S. Hart in section 35, township 35

to the gathering and shipping of his afternoon and the congregation seemed ter prices. lector; Chas. T. McBride: ,Constable 17th south, range 40 east. t

: oranges. His method for the management I deeply interested and impressed by Dr. The social at the "Idlewild" for the district ; F. W. Comstock, J. P., 6th district Whereas the manifold duties of the '
benefit of the school fund well
: of his grove is a most successful one, Carpenter's sermon. He will conduct was quite ; A. L. Hatch, J. P.,3rd district ; N. Sheriff, and his necessary absence in attending 1

E i and is profitable as well as neat. services and celebrate Holy Communionat attended, games, re-tailing the donkeyetc. X. Penny, J. P., 14th district; H. F. to them, precludes his taking

; Mr. Walter Goodyear will conduct the Cocoa again on the first Sunday in ., served to amuse the younger part Atkinson, J. P., 2nd district; T. H. proper care of the Court-house building,
of the till late hour.
: afternoon services next Sunday at 2:30i February, at 10:30 a. m., standard time. company a Sanders, J. P., 13th district ; W. R. Sanders it h ordered than Mrs. L. D. Laney be,

Rev. Mr. Dilley preached in the Un- I Assessor S. H. Ray County and she is hereby appointed janitress of
i m. standard time, (and each Sunday Chicken thieves are at work in Cocoa I ; ,

f.afternoon following) unless a regularminister and daily complaint is made of the fact ; ion Chapel last Sabbath morning; young ;: Treasurer; John II. Sams, County School said building. j

\ of the gospel is here to officiate. bnt our officials either approve of the people's meeting in the evening Rev.Dr. Superintendent. Resolved, that the time for advertisingthe

1 All DuBose delivered a most eloquent t S. H. Ray treasurer turned to tax sale for the 1888 be extended
attend
are cordially invited to attend. practice or are too lazy to to capturing oyer year 1

t The skating rink favorite resort the culprits, for a warrant for the sermon at the Episcopal church. the Board warrants on general fund for from February 1st to the 1st of March I
was a
t f On Saturday night and the latter part of arrest of one of the black rascals was issued Among the arrivals Saturday night i$377.65 ; on road fund, $343.201; sink- next; and this order will be Tax CoIlector's t
, warrant for
doing.
so i
t the evening was devoted to dancil' The four days ago and the negro not yet were Mr. Chas. R. Farren of Cincinnati, t bending fund,$208; and his report for quarter Rexohcd, hat the Tax Collector be and 1 1I

I, music was furnished by Mr. ,B. Koerger, arrested, and he, it seems, is in no fear of 0.; Will Hitchings and Fred Volt, from January 7th was filed. he is hereby authorized to receive Exposition

t. '\ ho performed upon an instrument called arrest, as he is seen about town as usual. Rockledge, R. V.Turner from Georgian, The petition of Messrs.Ulrich,Stoeckel !I interest-bearing warrants for general

f a Bandolian, which looks like a large aM.Y Something very wrong somewhere,"we and Chas. c. Converse, Jacksonville. and others for a road in district"No. 11 county tax for 1888.


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'2 .. THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 1889.


shonld hay e little or much, or any em- \ I
L. C. OLIVER. F.
T. BUDGE.
Revelations of a Diary. plov ienr.
In reply to a question as to the influ-

W.\-rtITA, Jan. 15J. W. Cock, a ence of tho Sweating: system on the :. QITBI & BU"DGE
number of disorderly women in the
cattleman from the Indian Territory, ,
streets, a government onicial testified
bring intelligence that may assist in un- that the Jewesses in the Last End of Dealers in

ravelling a mysterious murder in Ohio London was. cording to his observation -

twenty-five years ago. Ho aid that, in .-, far higher in chastity than the

company with'a party of men, he had Gentile women employed in similar occupati. GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
followed a gang of horso-thievea which ;.ns. that there was fromethlug
had stolen ponies from the Creek indians abou o'ewea-cs that would n-u let them ,
along the banks of the Cana- abandon themcelve8 to a life of immo-

dian river.up Here in a dugout th y had aJity and that he had therefore, great SHINGLES AND LATHS.
admiration for the Jewesses of London.
heirmed in two of the gang, and after a
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protracted siege, in which one of his
own men was wounded, one of the A new cable is to be laid in tho gulf G-ENER-A-L: .A.a..D-VV
thie e.i killed and the other fataliy from Galvoa on to Coitiac&coeOmiles AB.E1y

wounded, they gained entrance to the south of Vera Cruz. ...
hut. I

.they Under found some letters stones, counterfeit upon the money floor -- A Hu nan Prodigy. Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crckiy.Refrig6rator

and a book which, it seemed, belongedto New YORK, Jan. 10.-A startlng! human .

one of the men and in which apparently prodigy has just come to light, "'.

' he had kept the record of his do- which premises to furnish: material fora ... .J:J1::. ..z- ':" Te u.r.; iO: : I AT3D IT...-! %
'iligs.
sensation the like of which has not
'l'\.e book as shown by Mr. Cook was
\ellow with ago and damp, but the been known since the advent of "Blind SWater Coolers, Ice Cream :Freezers:

pages were intact and tolti of the murder Tom" upon the I public. ,
in the fall of Ifcttt, of Jatob Baugh- '
Profe-fcor Oscar Moore was born nt.'arI
man, twelve miles southwest of Zanes- Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
Waco Te is colored has been ,
as totally
yule O. The \\riter and two oth :r men I
blind from birth and is three and
had come upon the old man. >\ ho was years ,
living in a farm house alone, about a I four mouth;; old. What the ien-itive POWDER AT'NEW YORK tTITUSVILLE

mi e from the tillage of Eo.eviile. oaininr plates in the phonograph are to sounds, _
e'nt.mH.e to his home they knocked
Prof. 3 is to ideas. Facts
oort.'s memory FLORIDA.
t im in the head with an .ii.e"and; took -
dates the __ __ __ ______
away about .l.tlI. It al-o: >ta'es that figures, poetry, speeches on n n n -

they endeavored to throw tnc body intoa tariff whato- er 13 thrown againt that I TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLuWi -, ,.
well but the hole was ton small. and wonderful acuity of the eIrot'Shor'.i told .s that .ua young"nan was tIle
gives other particulars of the l rime. younjje; .iou with only u d!u prospect I i i Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
Cook i oth men died Lett re he coup : lodges th, re and stars, and of sue ceding 10 a xitlo. Dea h was busy T r v
get any-infor says :u tion as to which \;as the the prole;-('r can go overall the \at while she young fellow was courting and i 1 'tDLA1 RIVER NU) : : ER i }' .

owner of the Look. stock that he has already accumulate! tin peddling In X'a nand the .':ftui :n ihLicnoon I Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Fsus & fert'fers.
But little attention was paid i to the h.abiief:: life and 1 roduce any article paler told him th-:t he ".as only
t matter by the gt ntlcman to whom the he re uire at an instant's notice. .. one life removed 'roil 'heho-e: f lords. CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERM CASH.JOlfN .

story was related until todaywhen he He is ;; 11a.,.r<.1li denlopechim: for The next thing was to rc'con.il- his I 3:. BEACH, Indian Hivcr Nurseries, IE:.:,t 3IfIioiirne, Hu.'sNewYorkCIiarleston&RolQaS.S.Line .
wa telling the circumstances to J. W. his ago, ".-iI. u bright face and wide proud old: father -o his American wife I .
Baugt man, of this city. 'iho latter says op n.lrtnao-..v' eyes whi:h ha e the For a time thu old man held out bat jtla I --- --- -

he ij> a nephew of the l1lur'.e.e l Jacob queer nppour lire of iodkiug inward instead ..t yielded.! '1 h's: i iji the second ca--o of
Baughrm-n that the murderers Lave .so of outward. The powers of his the kind which has cccurr-d in .\.Jnic,
to be absolutely without In th'\ r* :Initr...' the n"ble-'jan 'u.-t- /
far gone unpunished and that, he will nii mono s em 10 I f 10 OFF f 0 I
try to secure the book which i* still in limit. \Vhate-- er is repeated to him ed a ?id!'-llioml i;hl. bat beore2i tier II I

Mr. Co'>k's pp,",: e'Sion. and hopes by that onc or tw -u he never forgets. jn re- set for tie wedding he w.s 10:). at ::? i.
means to bring them to justice it theyare spcu S3 to questions, h. toll instantly the when he -p.lel of which In- was first I
still alive. populations of aU then ionsof the earth mare: Wi nt :OW'l. II
and 011 the cities. Statistics of we ght ------.-- I .\ lIlT.I .

At the Pistol's Point. .;,;..... an I n'el.t1r-men involving sum t.f no 10 FLITTEDED _.
how ., he rattled it Thin na::e Stillvrall's: Mtruercr.HAaxvAL I
umtter
ma.iy figure- By the Selling Qualities of a TEN

OMAHA Neb. Jan. 15. A o b\ fur\ the ({uostien a'3 hardly out of OFF PER CENT DISCOUNT and ; 10 Per Ceut. 'f ;
remarkably Jh' ques::r.ner's mouth. He sa g songsin Mo.. Jan. 1J( .-Stra. ge sto- 1 my 3 : If

bold! and sensational case o: atdaction enl1 an, t nnish and ; ngli h. Ht" rit'*. a) out h-? terrible murder) of Amos f 10 OFF ready Low Prices, I have concluded tt Gui.1Isd.'.

.has come to light her!. Friday night convened in ele,en diuerent languages J. M ill\"l'll. 'h',: wealthy ;oil packer.; 1 run off my entire remaining Winter I
the hey Dr. Duryea. stoppingMurray at the He mace! :i tpeech with lauglsahl rep.o. I
dtKtionaof all the e ag eratrd sounds:. are in nc titian hero. Thiea weeks ago .10 tock on the same basis and I bavn't the-

hotel was sittin,* in his roomwhen intonation and faring: ini'.aciions: of the hL Lea roo was eate 'd and he was : OFF 1! slightest doubt that so great a saving to 10 Per Cetlt. (Jd 4

a young; woman came to him and stump orator. lan! with an are. The assas in, in his customers will have the desired rc- 10 :,are(1I
told a most extraordinary story. .t i* only about eight month since his ; ighu drop ed i'.r Stillwellts troierbcno my
I 10 OFF !
b'.gan rt:ceivina: its mini{ ressions po-ket-bok in the yard. It 15 evi- uHs.
She !:a 1 just escaped for the first time, memory t -
she tali, nom a inn who was lying i-i nder an instructor, and yet the cl.ild is d ii' that the a.sat>sin desired to leave i THE FINEST CLOTHING AXI
e.u.ly a walk: cjdopedia of mefulinfomiatton. tl.e 1..J.ul'eslion that robbery was the i o- 10 ,
ng
a drunken stupor in anotLor r(.om. liur tiveof'the urder. The authorities; are I FURNISHINGS at the Lowest Pricl'S 10Jlf r3:: a io"adI -

name waa tray Minard, a: nd her home A h man from Austin, Texas has tow on. dent that the uictive of the I OFF ! with an additional Cut of 10 Per Cent. Sot )kecibize
was in Elgin:: Ill ihe man who had gen
him in charge and foreseeing in him a cri e \> a-s n ,t rcbbe.\v. Mrs. Stillwell. the is
held her captive was J. C. J.cAdauis, a on pJain1y-mar prices, a magnet
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i. is much shockedby I 10 OFF ! !
retired nossillo fortune induced the boy pu- w. 0 ; a c. Gng0 an.
wealthy: : merchant of Providence, that attracts the thoughtful, and sets tXl
authority thj r\-f 1 he icdicati .* that
R. I. l\libs ., nard she it.et him in ren s to icln nish their tor i e ly. ns ar
society while: xisiting says in Providence several the next seventeen year His father the awill yet produce a great acnsatia. 10 indifferent to thinking. l\Iy Stock is far 10

months a50.: Ho !tecain: .* inf..tuated an : inoihtr are ignorant colored people: superior in every way to anything cficm ;- ;' ::
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OFF !
and \\ere formerly slaves. -
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w.th her and proposed: but waor je IeJ. thIs market. v ..-
Last week wliea she returned to .'.i rmhe t A. P. McNElL, M. D., AI.L.

followed ;.n 1 intistentiy continued :
his mho One day he found her done: Weighing the Maila. Offers hi? yrof'r>.-.:':'onil 1 sorvi.!,f? to tho J. BIR..1'JBA U

at the house: of a relative:!, and drawing people of Titus\iiie and ftarrounuin;!
a revolver threatened to kill her unites NEW YOKIC. Jan. 16.-To-day G.7.. country. MedicincandSurgcrypractiAcin d

.. she acco .primed him. They then :ook Dwenger began the weighing of the all of its branches. / TiT SVI LE, FLORI _\..

tho train for umaha. On then a here mails carried out of and brought to this All calls left for ire at Grant View -

Itlc.-iuuuis fell in with convivial companion city by the great trunk linos. All the Hotel will be attended to promptly.} :36,
-* -an i ecarac ve.-y into c1catc: 'l. : ]
mail matter carried over the various .
He was hair in that condition when they '

ai rived in this city en Friday e.iitig; railroads for thirty or sixty:: days is act- I, k' ti : I cur' : The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to ail as fc:::01:
and were d:iven to the Murray in a cab. t ally weighed once in four gars, and f _=awaLake QUSe'l I (Standard Time.)
:hort.y af er they ret r d to their: room taym' nO.< are t.ade to the railroad companies -
} he fell sleep! and Mis Mina d, flipping the theory that the average From Jacksonville: to New York.

out, -o gut the clerk aid a"ke him amount of mail matter on all the days of Worth, Due County, Flu. SEMINOLE,..................... .........................Thurbdav, January 3rd, fci-Oa :fl

wlnr' the ioId find Dr. Lurtea.a minister.; She the four years' term will be the same as CHEROKEE..............................,................ .. "iOtfa, IIttlL: II
was re.erreu 10 to whom New House and Xewly Furnished.
the daily average for the one month or : .............. ........ ... 13th: 1 (all
the told her story and ealeii for IROQUOIS....... ....... ... .. ....Sunday, : i
apj: asristtfc months when the amount is Rooms single or in Suites.
e. Hie wa kept at the hoe! of two .cprt lined. The weighing accurately for- SEMINOLE,................................................Thur.daU, 17th, !"y/IO ,. A r

a y.rs. H nr/ UUtii 10.ahi"n! se: tne Goal a nn te,:; is made under the d ruction NEAR THE INLET. CHEROKEE...............................................Sunday, ** 2nti'. Ff."J 1 t

stn1ulla: :>; to tlgin. M_.>tiam.-. m the oc the division superintendents: of IROQUOIS,..................................................Thur.d:tr" 2-tth, lira) ;I. t. ,

meantime had employed a dc teeth, who the rail vay mail service. SEMINOLE,...............................................fc'undav :27tf, 1" r" a

found her at.l Henry's houe. Jilc- The great through route known CHEROKEE,...............................................Thurslay, u 11-.t..r'' ., :*
Best View of Lake and Ocean
Adams then demanded i ossesb.on: of her, the po->Ut. service a-s trunk 1 n 's, ale that IROQUOIS,........................................... .....Sunday, February 8nl, ;..!Wa
alleging that she was his wife. A policeman over the Ne\\ York Centr and Like ,
was called, but made no btteinpr Shore roadto Buffalo and Clrcago; And best Hunting< and Fishing groundson From Fed nandina to New York. I..

to arrest hi.u and he escaped.. ta:;c n' er 'he Pennsylvania to itrsbur. Lake Worth. DELAWARE,:...............................................Sunday, January 6tb, &(ia ?. ff r

----- Philadelphia, CoUunbua. diana: -. olds, YEMASSEE..................................................... 13tb, *-to p. 117

Loved Her Papa's Footman. and :&.;. Louis: and the loJii r.e'i on DELAWARE......... ....... .................................. :roth, 6:0) p. 1ft

the Krie.rlhe amounts uunuau.: paid Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks YKMASSEE...................................................... .. 27th. 3:,yjp. iDELEWARE l

MONTREAL, Jan. 17.-The detectives to- the transportation of ttm iu these ro.it e $3.t 0 >..VThe I
here uuearlhe s aprgrega Wild and Cultivated.Try .
today romantic
a elopement -
rate of compensation on the tr- ny lines ; For Jacksonville.Cherokee :
the i.arties being it is said, the milt I us once and you will come again.
ton
way $2l.pec pt-r per uuti m, (via Charjp&ttn), Friday,JanItli, 3: p. JQ I Iroquois( Charleston). I'nday. Jia. tttfe.<> I- *
daughter of a wealthy New York stockbroker that i* the aC OUllS asvert-juued how ALLEN E. HEYSEB, Proprietor. Iroquois (direct), Tuesday, January Hh, S: i' m | vfunrcle (direct) TEIUJIJJ i....J :.tt. *t s- ,.
and that gentleman's footiran. many u n-* ,,era ca nod in a year over I Seminole (Charleston),Friday, Jan. 11th. 3 Po n j Cherokee (via Ctarleftou! ), FrW,. 91*. Jr.
each mi e of the roo.,.i. .nd on that basis Cherokee (dirt-ct), Tuesday January 15th, 3pm I| In/quois (direct), Tuuday Jaooary aek.I *
Jenn.e ctuart is the girl's name, and !
Thomas that of her the pa menus i were iu.iae.: For Fernandina
.lomison .illejeJhus
band. The %oang lady is a striking brunette olio larger ingle born in the postal Pianos & Organs Delaware, (via ..
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of the ra'iou '
ns account o\1 3
exp n- i' S I 59A r
:yemassee tt .
a.pare .tly Wi: or 23 years old and p. in I Delaware t
evidently possessed of considerable of i' merit i n: that for the tram-po. reran: of unaware, t' 15th. 3 y. m 1 ,
the mails.. Over .1.1\.1\.0.
thus world goods, while her companionis appropr.ated for this$5. purpose U is. .nn.4a i he system ly- For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to '

a common enough looking young fellow -I \ 11 :CT which the compensation of J. A. LESLIE. Agent,. JacLsoiiville; T. ,G. EGtR. Tr fBc :iai.agrr 35 Eroa w.r. XewVtti. I
-ovi. eatly an hngiishraaii.: I If you want to purchase a STEAD.Agent FerLaudiua,
the vrriouisi. for
Her story i> a very lomantic one. t--he : way; thriving the JOHN HOWARD. Gen. Florida Traveling and }'ni ght Agen Jacktci.vil F II IJtO 5JMy -f
wail if. fix d is one invoirm: man ue- Piano Organ write to the G. F. P. A., Jack>+onville. I'
refuses to ill where her latlw 1 or un-
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yes in tails. and as the rate of |I.a) ueiir: is !i. td WM. P. CLYDE & Co.. Gen'l Agents, :5 Broadway, New York.
New York but that
Trorna. has
saYS _
for four time, the ... -
been in his service for several and years at a proper ': dersigned or give him a call. I
ears
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Siva dit r,' of over ?:2.i"0.0'Ki of tir- pub k
"that on her return home f school Ja.t
pin l':,; =..one\- depends the accuracy "it.i Can sell you any of the Instruments t
year she became at once interested an1desfi'e GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS,
which the system is carried oit.A .
all endear ors to anish the f e'-'! POTTER
of the best and lead- PORTER &
could --
ing from her heart not succeed t Foreign and Domestic. ,
Her father a few days since di coveieu I I
the bituation.and a terribly scene ensued. Romantic episode..PORTLAND ing makers at prices that defy

She must either give up Thomas or leave competition.
the house :he chose the latter alternative :Me.: Jan. 16.-A rather romantic '

tnd on Friday fled with the footman stor. is published here of thecourtltp Seiser Bro. Comp'y Real Estate Dealers
coming direct to M ntreal. II I: ,
and of Portland:
:n arr age a :
The pair are now located in a third- Pianos> and Organs sold on tie Installment -
rate. private hotel ,on :t. Henry street, shop girl of humble origin to an Lavish
for & Co's Hammock
Bishop Hoyt
Agents .
and will be under surveillance lord who. pending his entrance *
kept by upon
the police. his rightful estates, lived here as an itin- Plan when Jew Discount Land Florida Oranges, Lake Worth, bade Co.. Fla-

erant \ender of tinware and notions. Citra, Florida.

Robbing Poverty-Stricken Females. The young man recently came into his to Gmrsiis on Organs,
title and with his pretty American brideis
at present presiding over one'of the All correspondence will receive prompt
LONDON Jan. 15. evidence -------- -- -
-Startling finest estates In England.He attention. I

was given to-day before the Sweating came here eight years ago, and E. C. WAGER, COMMISSION MERCHANDISE .
.committee It was alleged that' theo- happening into a wholesale store, he THusville Florida. riRY.Ar"7r"r
men employed to work or the adnhatv I sawn \cry pretty! shop girl and loved KAY & .
I her at first sight. A courtship and a
at h ttamt were robbed by !
. government uiarr...go followed. The husband wasvery XOTICE. Ar"tea1an.: -"". Z.L
on,cials of a large part of their t voted, and spent leisure
earnings.The hours improving his wife's many education. Sealed bids will be received bv A. A. Special Attention Given Florida Fruits.
Stewart clerk of Circuit Court down to
allows In due ti e a son was born to them. .\.iP
admirality one shilling
One the father February 4th, 1SS9. for constructing abridge
three pence for washing serg; trousers London day glancing death through a across St. Sebatian River according 28 yt Delaware Ave., and .29 Water St.
saw a
the women get only seven pence; one ment and paier.shortly afterward sailed announce. to specifications on file in clerk's office. IRRIGATION COKTH15WKS,
six allowed for lack away.
shilling was *
pence
His The County Commissioners reserve the
family son joined him and
cloth trousers, but the women::: receive are Philadelphia Pa.
,
there still. Tlioe who might give: full right to reject any or all bids.
Col. Monro said
that
only one shilling. information they would are the members Witness mv hsndrand seal this 10th Solicitj Corrc nd..
the tailor at Chatham who
master gave of hAT family and .a prominent lawyer day of January, A. D. 1889. References-Seventh Nat'l. Bank; Produce -
out the work had deducted from
: money I who for"a A. A. STEWART I Nat'l. Bank Mercantile '"
the sum duo to the women, and it depgndOSI was tima in the youngm [L.S..] ; Agencies TIT1S""JLLE' FZ- r.'
upon hill whether the women I> conft'eru: All that will! row e S.r S ;. Cleik. i or any Produce House Philadelphia.

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i ;' Married Millions. the and in Citizen.the courser Prof.of Corkery his answered, Burglaries are becoming frequent In IV'OTICE. MALABAH CIGAR FACTORY.II. .

.. ... jPHJLADELPHU communication
CincinnatL
contended that he Six weeks after date I will apply to
was the "Rooster, or
Starck Proprietor.
C.
( Jan. 18.-Miss Louise Living Crowbar of New Jersey, intending The Lookout Mountain railroad is near- the Honorable Minor S. Jones, County ,

;' jjouvier Drexel and Robert Morrell were as God's garden-bird of liberty, to ly completed. Judge of Brevard 'county Florida, for Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic -

r jBarried'yesterdaj.After break the iron rule of tyranny, violence: It is feared that serious trouble will letters of administration on the estate of Cigars. Trade supplied with fine

the marriage a breakfast was and oppression every where and over follow the suspension of work on the : Susan P. Russell, late of said county, (lei hand made poods. Orders promptly filled.
every prostrate form crow extant." Panama canal.: i ceased. All the kin and creditors and, 28
Fla.
Malabar.
Drexel at
mansion Factory
the Walnut .
scrod at Prof. : other interested will therefore
is still
Corkery
principal of the Callers on Gen. Harrison are not so I persons
street near Fifteenth, which was attended South Amboy school. .. numerous and cabinet speculation is take notice.
by relatives only and a very few again rife. JAMES A. RCSSELL. g F. GRAY.

i Irient a Admirers cf Dated November 29:b, 1SSS.IVOTICE. e _
.t c Senator Mahone 'are on A disease known as 'ioaf' U prevailing ,.
their way to Indianapolis to boom him the in the
: among sheep vicinity cf Watch Maker and Jeweller.
Miss Drexel and her two sisters, Miss for a cabinet position.The Wabash jnd. .

Tjmc and Miss Kate Drexel, were the Iii Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicia, Slop at John J!. DUon Drug Store,'I'ttD"lUt'. IT*
wealthiest unmarried ladies in the Mrs. S te P. Lowe has been chosen

three United States. The agzregate:; fortune Pratt Sr large Henrick building occupied by Smith. state librarian of Tennessee. There are Circuit cf Florida, Brcrard County, ALL WORK WARRANTOR

that come to them from ;.. "ulate father, N. Y., was burned, on yesterday Broadway; loss, Albany about, thirteen: candidates for secretary of ttate.: A. D. 1SSS. /* Chancery.JAJIES. r'A

after the payment of about $1,500,000 to $150,000 on building and stock. Capt. James Lee, sr., a veteran steam I I'RITCKAKD AND 1 1T U AN'S

,r"i I msnCathohccharitieswasscmethingover boat couimauder-died at Memphis in the WILLIAM M. BROWS,

'i'- : $13,000,000. is so invested as to Sued for Libel.cmc.Go. 81st year of his age. Co-partners trading under I NEWSPAPER SUESCMPTION AGENCY
:: bring each of them an income of over It is charged that an Arizona: judge the name, style or

:, 5 $300,000 a year. They have become 111. Jan. 15.-Tbe fined an editor $300 for criticufng one of firm of IHE IsmARI"ER THE ?IOXEEl:' AGENCY.For .
-fr celebrated for their Times of
munificent
widely I, his decisions. The matter will be in- BAJ.K. Bill fox Forevs.
?; charities, one of the finest monuments this city is being crowded with libel vestigated by congress. '| closure.H. terms and sample copies uddres

?1 to their philanthropic! spirit being suits. Captain Schaach and Insre.'torBonlield !\e".ton Helm charged with killing a B.MOSTEX: wife of F. f CHAS.U.NAUMAN,

I the industrial school and home cf the police force, each wantSU'U.OOO colored de} erado named :;,tarke\, mat M. MO TFN the saidF. I

\ for boys at Eddington. The damages for the paper saying Garrets-urg, Ky., was acquitted on the M. MORTFX, J. II. Haulover P. O., Brevard county; Fla.
Misses Drexel have ulreadex- that stood in with
they thieves Dr ground of telf-defense. and
FOSTER MARY P.
about $250,000 in furtherance Silva late of I I
tke
I pended surgeon police depart I Pa .1 ::cirrus, of Chattanooga, who acciuema'Jv FOOTER. j 895 Solid Gold
of this project and have a-so undertaken ment, wants :-.0,000 for defamation of ra fib'K Sold far 91OO._ WAteb.FRBR I
to pay all the panent expenses oat of character. James R. Doolittle, Jr., who i I whil: shot hiui-.cif about t- n dais of It appw'ng: l-v the affidavit of Js'JPriichard > Hat fwtet$39 UmU.t.pw.wicb te 1M
cited
oat
cleaning a iisto1.
have likewise I ago : of the above named taated1 navy 80W (io1.1lsetingC.
their private means. They was charged with being connected with one : complainants ..... Both Ja4ia..II. .
taken an active interest in the work of the State street *L" grab, asks for $::5fito =).- thai the said respondents are res- .". alpaWaatawithweeks
i1 Christiani ing; tli3 Indians and have: contributed heal his \\ ounds. Palmer has been pcctfullv non-rosldenio c:he State of Florid :..-,;: 'Dd One cuea Person st equl i."'.al.*toCftlby .-.

i: large. sums for that purp-ee.r Speaking of the libel suits, the Timed nominated as tie democratic candidate ;:, and thr.t chc: said II. B. 3Ioren and F.M. Cftft MCVT9.. uC4tocUicr .
; They gave l OOOO in one cheer for the says: ,! lor Unittd: Sates senator from nanoia. Morten reside at 152; Main Street in wI. tin with* cf,u.Iarre..4yaJ-Household

ff; use cf the Roman Catholic missions 'That the Times has reached the The legislature; is republican.The the city of Cincinnati, State: of Ohio, and Saplea. Th..ampler...M!

,"i anion the red men. under the direction nacle of journalistic greatness IS Pin-j Jacksonville b: and of trade has that the said J. H. Foster and Mary P. .11 well Free aa,u4 the after watch y"b we"kept<

i. of Bishop O'Connor, of Omaha. nested by these libel suits. The I Lapsed a resolution assing congress to Footer reside at Backbone, Ailegliany them who la year bare hum called for thty 9 b Booths com.ftmt ud ews slaws pro p them ftT.to TMM tM

l Their charities among private individuals contained in these 0.50 bits of paper for imp-o.e a dut c f one uolic-r a box of two County, State of Virginia, and that the who may write at one **a be can of rMeMa U. WAtcn

..i? are innumerable. the two months ending Tuesday, amountto cube feet capacity on imported fruit. said respondents, are respectively: over the and Btinsonas Smmplcw.Co.W,'Box jpy all 818..sprees Porttaadt, elpa.ete.Maiae..To **! .

iJ Personally the young ladies are highly the enormous: and gratkving sum cf I! age of 21 years. It is therefore hereby --.---

II and soundly educated. They care little $1,15,000. And still they come, und I Ii TO RENT OR FOR SALE ordered: that the said respondents H. B. 893 Sewing-Machine

"j for fashionable society.although they entertain i they will continue to come until the : Morten, F. M.Morten( J. IT. Foster ami it d.sees la all p tablithltr m. by I .

;:;:_ rharmingly *mall parties: both Tires ceases to be a newspaper-fe.trless I A r'IUST.CLASSRESTAURANT Mary P. Foster do plead, answer or demurto plaeiaf oar (D eaanJ!
ti at their town house and at their country and honest." gad gouda wka e th.e p.opl. a* me.
the said complainant's bill of complainton them,w.will .ad free MOO*
rlice. Their favorite pastime b horseback iea ch loea tytb..etyustcbinm
I or before the 4th day of February, ?\. Bad ia
t::; ndlne They are devout church- His Skeleton was Found on a LimbHARRISBUBO D. 1S30! or the aid Bill o: complaint! will the WI worU.wi.jwhl will sow Mad free th. attachmrat a eemplct.
1; women. and have erected a i eautiful i iI and lino of tad valuable
betaken as confessed, the! said com- oar comely art.ample.
chapel in the convent near their pace to Near Railroad Depot. .. la esters wt atk that you
Jan. 16.-Two years ago, plainants allowed to p\:oeetl ex paste with fbow what w tend, to tboM wko ti
f: the memory or tHeir parents. They at- I call at homo aad after 8oonth
nay yser
said And it is further ordered
that
I New Year's Daniel The Hou e contains ]large Dining; cause. .aU thall bccom
tJ j end mass there quite frequently. They on day, Metzger, a | year*wahla
of this order be published in the rty. jrraad XMclrlao to
I with Kitchen with all a copy
Room adjoining,
ti! have a fine oratory, adorned with exquisite rich farmer, of North "Wcodbury township : .srt.r the Singer pattata.
gems of art, in their: country ;, Blair county, left his horns to call convpr.i':nc,-s, vra'eetc.: : Also four Fr.or.D.STAr. nevrspr-iw, published ,n which oat hart is told ran oat for 883.t hrfat with pauntanm UM
said Brevard four consecutive
- place where many well known prelates '! on a neighbor. He was never teen after I SleepinRooms.:: County, tor a taclmeatm, and MOW Mlla lor
c.: have occasionally celebrated mass. !j ward. Yesterday the skeleton of a man I Will be rented furnished if desired. weeks prior to the snid 4th day- oT February B.iO.BaRmtrosfat.tsattwfml maehlam ia tb world. AU W- ,

:.. Miss Drexel, who became a bride today 1' was found hanging from the limb of a I The owner wishes to retire from A. D. 1839. brief laiaactioM_ nra.Those who No write capital to u nqaind.at sees can Plan M.,
t; is the youngest of the sisters. She ; tree in a piece of woods a quarter of a business. This is a good chance to the Witness A. A. Stewart, clerk of said cora free tho bat rwiBf-BachlBO te the world, sad thefinestlineofwork.ofbt .

t'l' is about twenty-two. Her mother was mile from Motzger's house. From a right party. Address, court, and the seal of said court, at the DE.fc CO.,llox btutensshowstot.tbnblmwetes.TU 74O,Augusta,MjOne
i; the second Mrs. Drexel. who was Miss number of buttons found on the ground Court House iu TitusvIIie, in said Countyof tJ

);: emma Bouvier. a daughter of Michael : which were like buttons on the coat OVER TITUS' LLE, FL.'i.HINDERCORNS. Brevard, this lath; day of December, A. A. L. Hatch & Son

: i Bcuvier. The first Mrs. L-rexel. the Metzger wore when he disappeared. it LJ I D. 183. 1

mother of the other two youn:; ladies. believed the skeleton is that of the long PARKER'S A. A. STEWART, DEALERS IX ,

was Miss Lo "Slreet. Miss L. 13. Drexel missing man. Metzger's children. in going HAIR BALSAM [LS.] Clerk Circuit Court
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1 is tall tine looking, anaeable. and to school, passed daily within fifty
L very the popular favorite for dressing !{OTICI:;. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
. cheerful._ She is a remarkably good feet of where the remains were found. I the hair Restoring color when ,
horse-woman, and much exercise iu the gray and prefcaiizff Dandr,: All person having! !tim: ::! against thee
Ft cleanses the the f
scalp stops
open air shows its effect in her robust 1' Married His Cousin by Force. hair falling,and Is sore to plea*. tate of Benjamin C. Willard. late of
health. The present marriage ha abeam I I .and Stst Dru?g1sts. Brevard comity. 'llecet5cd. are hereby Hardware Crockery, Saddlery,

tI :: of great importance in relationto : BRAZIL, Ind., Jan. 1C.-A novel damage I required to present them properly Stationery, Family Medicines
tu.* disposal of the vast fortune left authenticated, within thin time prescribedby Garden SeJs,
suit has just been settled In the su- Thessfest,rarest and best cure for Corns Bunions fte.
::' by the late F. A. DrexeL court. It was brought by Ella R.Tucker Stops all pain. Ensures comfort to the feet. Never falls law, to the Honorable Minor Jones
perior to cure. 15 yenta at Drags ll-ccoi & Co., N. Y. County Judge of said County, or to the CHOICE GROCERIES
against Morton Holmes and F. ,
undersigned or this notice will stand in 1
' Noted Shot. M. The defendant claimed to
A Desperado Cooper.
NOTICE.LAND bar of and all indebted
payment ; persons Corn Fertilizers.
have been abducted and forcibly marriedby Hay, Rapes
first OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE FLORIDA to said estate are required to I
Holmes, who is her cousin. She ,
I. T. Jan. 18.
MtSKOGEE. -Westly L 29th 1SSS. make immediate settlement with the undersigned. : S CITY POINT, FL4HII1)1.PHIADELPIIIA .
.. left him a few days after, and in the cc. ,
Barnett. the most noted desperado the I
circuit court the marriage was set aside Notice.; hereby given that the following-
Indian territory, was killed by Indian as being contrary to the law regardingthe named settler has filed notice of his inten- LAURA E. WILLARD.Administratrix ;i

Policeman 'Y.lhcc McNac near the residence marriage of first cousins, Suit was tion to make final proof in support of his of the estate of B. C. SiNGER

brought in the superior court for $10,000 and that said will be made be- Willard. deceased.!
of John S. Porter. five miles east claim, proof
Coco Fla.. Dec. 4th.! IS'-:. :J3
for defamation of character.Two .
of Okaicunga, last night. For years the damages thousand dollars was allowed. fore Judge, or in his absence the clerk Cir- WARRANTED 5 "STRATJS

cuit Court at Titusville, Fla., on March NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.We lOW 33 HIGH
Uw and =
Barnett have bathed all -
boys : Cooper was the officiating justice of the
Cth, 1889. viz : Robert Ranson, of Can- ARM ARE
have overridden: the western portion of peace. averal, Fla., H. E. 1749G, for the lots 1, 2 the undersigned, have this first dayof r I ,
the Cre jk country committing the most ant section 29 township 23 south January D.1SS9, r acc;::+.edourselves, ,.
,
i" atroc'oizs murders ever known in the In- The boiler in Bell's mills at Pellston, 38 -range as a body corporate, under caapier 1630"

dian territory. Mich., blew up, killing tilt foreman, He eat.names the following witnev-e* to of the Laws of Florida approved August I '
Barnett killed head and one other man. pro"ehis Sth A. P.,1SbS and the
months thereto
,.". some eight ago sawyer continuous residence and cultivation auieaumeuts -
Deputy Marshal Phillips and posse near A farmer named John Weland fell of said land viz upon under the corporate name of the "In- ,

! Kuiaula: In the terrible fight which then from a load of hay, at Toledo, 0., and Arthur, Franklin, :of Canaveral. Flu. dian River Orange Growers Association." fr

ens.ed. Westly Barnetc's brother John broke his: neck. The principal place: of the said association, Uut.tbt
"
.. Frank Klien of Canaveral Fla Frank I
,
wa killed. Westly went to a neighboring -- Wilson, of Canaveral Fla., C. P. Honeywell or company, shall be at City Point, Bre- tJ ,i
hO. where dance was in yard Florida. The
.6e, progress MARKET REVIEW County, general nature -
of Canaveral Fla.
I
and mach the parties in attend- and main object of the business to be j e qlwI
37 S. C. TrcKER Register.SHERIFF'S I
ance harness up a team and haul his transacted by the said corporation: to be, 'I
dead brother home. threatening to shoot Cotton futures .and Quotations on Wheat to advance the general interest of the I'
Since the Corn, Pork, Lard etc., From Leading SAL.E.
the first man that faltered.
of Indian River Florida I i ien
orange growers ,
I I
murder he has robbed at will.going wherever J Trade Centres. Under and by virtue of an execution issued Income members of the aid association, t
he pleased in this neighborhood and ont of the Circuit Court in and for
by corporation, concert and union of ac- |
has frequently s.nt word to the oficersthat '. ATLANTA Ga.. January 18. Brevard County, upon a judgement lately tion, insure good handling, rapid shipments'
th T could find him whenever they recovered in said counhvherein Henry i i j I : .. tI.
transit of their and fair c:2Z
Opening and closing quotations of cotton futures products, a and j
wanted toLur.ng : la New York to-day : Bernheim and Gustave Rexinger, copartners highest: market price obtainable. The c:: i
the late session of the Muskogee Bernheim & Co.. ,
as Rexinger were
Opening* Closing adoption of a corporate trade mark, and =
Council Earnest walked into the January........ ... .... 9.C1"* 9. '7..- 9t7O g.'? plaintiff;, and Joshua F. Lewis was defen- exclusive use of the same by the membersof I'I'; :
senate while in session and openly defied February. ... ..-..... .. SI. G& 9.11.w1 .. 9.73 jt 9.74 dant, I have levied upon and will sell at FEN;
him. Some six weeks liarch.. ......- ... .. SSSto -. .... 9JWfiivtf7 the association, the protection of its : DAYS' TRIAL .
any one to arrest April. .. .. .... ....... O.Wa .. 9J7.U83>> !: public outcry, to the highest and best bidder members, in the use of the same, by the j IN YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAT ONE CENT.
ago the an--abidin;; citizens of the Hiy. .... ...............10C9S, .. ...1o.0: 10H I i for cash, in front of the Court House laof all j.'I II Arct Machine
at has needle
Creek Nation farmed themselves into a June .......... ... .. ....10.19@< . .10.i'C 10.18 door, in Titusville! in said county, on the prosecution infringements, I I Iltgh- ee1Gneltlnw is and
:. committee and determined to July .... ........ ... ...103S& . ... .19.V5aiO.2S 15 and counterfeiting of the same, and unau- 'elf-threntllnfir hhnttle, noiseless
: vigilance
August.. ._.. ........ .. .l0.33Si .... ..IO.!)&10.3: first Monday in February, A. D. ;9, the thorized and illegal use of the same, and ,, menta light-ranninghaoiheflne.t in eel ofatiacli Don't
rid the country of tb i.arnt gang at September.......... .. 8.10 the concentration of the but send for circular.
what cost. rounded .... .. .. .. shipments and igents $55 or $60
no matter They October ......... ....eo Fifteen chairs billiard table one machine rIccJnachine
Barnett near Tutus: in a log cabin I November..._... ... .. .
and after up be had been fired at over 1.1 1) December._.......... e. ... .. &... pool table, two side tables one refrigerator, into the hands ot as few agents, commission I!I : on The C. A. WOOD CO., ..>";
bar fixtures mirror nine
Closed steady. Sal- rt,')oJ.pate mid room one fancypictures
merchants and houses in the different
times he escaped not. however, until he safe. i I 17 S. 10th St., Philadelphia, Pa.IVOTICE. .
dlings 91.V13; receipt US.179; exports 115,? had killed Mcae ilclntosh, a prominent stock W5.3ST. JAMES E. BOWMAN Sheriff. cities, towns, markets and places as I
Creek statesman, and woundei two I possible, and to obtain the best shipping
:
Robbins & for
Graham attorneys plain- tacilities and the lowest of I .
others. rates transportation -
.
Market.
.. ...._ Chicago tiff.
McNac had been laying in ambush for possible, and obtainable.The LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

\ Barnett for two days. Seeing him go Caictso, IU., January IS. amount of the capital stock of the Dec. 15th, 1888.
into a house on Porter's place he concealed Wheat. Opeciug Qoiof SHERIFF'S SALE. corporation shall be fixed at two thousand Notice is hereby given that following-

.t himself near by. and the mordent February ..... ...... VT ............... 9.tarch. .$ Under and by virtue of an execution five hundred dollars, to be divided into I named settlerhas filed notice 6f her intention -
Barnett McNac: both ) ..... .......... issued out of the Circuit Court for Bre share of make
emptied hundred final in
came out I Slay .................l.Olfcj ..........Lo9i vard County. Florida, a judgment twenty-five one dollars l to proof support of her
barrels of his shotgun. loaded with buckshot upon each, ten per cent. of which shall be I claim, and that said proof will be made
!
into Bamett's body. The entire ; Core.February. ......... .:. 3P*...... ..... .. M lately recovered in said court, wherein paid in on the organization of the company I before clerk of the Circuit Court at Titu-
n Creek Nation breathes easier to-night March .... .......... bSLL....... ....... 35$ Johp{ Earbey. Patrick Cavanagh and Wil- or association and the remainder the cille., ,
.f t-; than for some time past. May ................. **&................ 3? Hanl R. Demorest, partners doing business directors may. require, but no more shall I S. \V. Fish, of Georgiana, Fla., D. S. 2141
under the firm of John
L. Pork.February..... ... .....12ST'> ...... .. .. 12.S5 & Co.. were plaintiffs name and Daniel Early W. be required, than ten per centum per annum for the lots 1 and 2, section 29, and w. }
f A Schoolmaster's Freak. March. ............... ........ .. .. unless so authorized, at a meeting of of s. w quarter, of section 20, township 93
!t May.... ............:132$ ........... 12.92X .McQuaig and S. F. Travis as partners. the stockholders, and ordered and directedto south, range 37 ea. t.
doing business under the firm name of

r, NEW YORK, Jan. 19.-South Amboy, Lard.February ...............7.C5 _............6.M D. \\ McQuaig & Co., were defendants. I be done, by the Board of Directors.The lie names the following witnesses to
; N. J. i-t the eccentricities 1 March.- sell commencement of the corporationshall prove his> continuous residence upon and
agitated over I have levied and will at pub
.. i May ............. 7.V7. upon bidder be this the first day of January, A. D. cultivation of, said land, viz:
lic and best
oft
of Prof. James the principal outcry to the .highest f
Corkery
,
: 1SS9 and it shall continue in
existence for R. B. Burchfiel of
< Rms.February Georgiana Fla.
: the Park public schooL Corkery bar |I .............. C.S5 ............8-64$ for cash in front of the court house The officers of the ,
about two hundred and fifty children May.. ..... .- .C.ai ... ......670 door in Titusville, in said county on the fifty years. associationor I Joseph Bruner, of Georgiana, Fla, Wm.
t under his charge. A few days ago he t first Monday in February,A. D.1SS9. the company shall be a President, Vice- .. Owen, of Georgiana, Fla., Albert Carter,

.. married himself to one of his pupils, little I I Cotton Markets. following property to-wit : All that President, a Secretary and a Treasurer, anda II of Vleorgiana, Fla. ,.
Birdie Mundy, the eight-year-old lot of land in said County of Brevard Board of nine Directors, of which Board 37 S. C. TUCKER, Register. ,

daughter cf fisherman of the town. J described follows Commencing at the officers shall be members. Such officers !
t a 'Jan. as :
Ga.. la.Cottou s5 a ly, iuld-
L TLA xTA. shall be elected'on the first Wednesdavof i -, SOTICE.i '
Prof. Corkery wrote an account of the dlini'l ( the southeast corner of section twenty-

wedding, in which he tells how the l G.1LVXSTO. Jan. 1'3.-Cotton Qui:: '.,Ulllllt; five, in township twenty-one south. of and in the month of December, annually i i LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLOnIDA.I .
,. children were all assembled in fchool, 913-lU; ret teo pti ot.-I: : r- :ri sal<9 range thrrty-sixeast ; from thence run at the annual meeting of the Stockholders I \
w.' and the lisping innocents joined in a ; 2Ji; tock ',1Q9; exports coati a .1," g. w the west on section line between sections ,except, and after the first electionof Dec. loth, 1SS8.i i
magic circle and sang "Rock-a-bye Baby continent SY14; to Great BriUda T7.TSATAXNAH. twenty-five and thirty-six ten chains officers. i Notice is hereby given that the following- '
: the He then announced Jac. is. -Cotton Cr is ndJdl1:1.i'.a The highest amount of indebtedness named settler has filed notice of his intention '
t on Tree thence and
Top. 9 ; net receipts 2585 bales; grow :!1.6; Wee turn an angle of 90 degrees '
L. the event by firing a revolver out of a aoju; stock 8,733; expoits coastwise 12,433; to run north ten chains ; from thence turn which the association shall incur shall not t to make final proof in support of his }

window of the school to "the cardinal Great Britain. -1 to France-: to the continent an angle: afro degrees and run east ten exceed the sum of one thousand five hun- I i claim, and that said proof will be made before

points of the compass." I C&51.JfrwOSLCAJK.. Jan. 15.--Cotton chains to the range line dividing ranges dred dollars.W. I clerk of the Circuit Court at Titusville,
fmnilJUnj
He characterizes himself as "a High 99-lfl! ; net receipt 10.145bsles: rrs' ViO.CJ:
Priest in tue Temple of Knowledge, an I 1100; 3.Uxvi; exoorta to Uruat rit .. 2'6; point go south on said range line ten Hardee, J. C. Norwood, C. B. Magrnder, i a Fish, of Georziana, Fla. D. S. 20M
angel of light, or Jack the Giant-Killer to the continent I1V3>; cou\\. ; -;.) :'t....acep3 chains to the place of commencement L. B. Dennison, .Wm. A. Simmons, J. F. ;'. for,the lots* 1,2,3 and 4. section 20, and

in ditgui: his sword the pen a spearof tGt'ST.L Jan. IS.- C.tto':1r.n: ; taJ. ling and containing ten acres more or less. Wooten, F. W. Hall. Lewis R. Ord Walter lot 1 section 29, township 23 south, ranre

truth; his helmet a sheet of fcolacap. S i; net receipts 5ci haler; shi .n.H ; s.1etl being the same land bought from Valentine Goodyear J. G. Gingras, G. J.Gi ng:-as 37 east. He names the folJo.ing\1'itn
And his robe of darkn&s or dynamite cone; stock ii.t9l. Gailor by James IcCrory and sold L. A. Gingras A. L: IL"1tchJ. D. Hatter, t to prove his continuous residence upon and

borrib$, a bottle of coal black ink." CuaaLr1 o ', Jatv t5..- C-'Uoc. n/in; :: :CdJbr by said MeCrorv. to the defendant DanielW. A. Brady F. C. Macomber, J. M. Sanders, cultivation of, said land, viz: -
Corkers account of the wedding! 1C; net recent 2030 bales; V'.. ) 030; saire McQaaig. Lewis Powe, Robert C. May, E. A. Chatfield I Joseph Brunerof Georgbna, Fla., Wm.
!O); stot'c t-i.S-2; exports kuCr. i.: 5>r U: to toe
Printed in the South Ambov Citizen. continent 9. 36, Randall & Foster attorneys for plain T. E. Hardee, H. P. hare, G. W. I Owens, of Georgians, Fla., Albert Carter,

cj One of tile townsmen was Indignant i at LmapooL, Jan. 18.-Cotton tta :y; cll. tiffs. Holmes, A. J. Whitcocfc, Geo. Chester, of Georgian, Fla R. B. Barchfiel, of

,: what he termed the eccentricities of the uplands H: middling Orieaas Yaxles_ lit JAMESF. BOWMAN, T. H. Sanders, A. W.., Hardee, W. P. !Georgiana, Fla.

Lt school*Uunius"principal he trjcate, and a trader .scorching r the name letter of to peculation American 9.3CXX.and export- IWO; rec, ipu :i Sheriff Brcvard County. Fla.. \ Moon B. J. Mkn2 e A. N. Mathes. i 37 S. C. TCCKEB, Register.:


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4: '' -' \ THE :FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, JAN. 24. 1&3.. ..

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THE FLORIDA STAR. I A Quiet Chat with the Reader us on into spiritualism's snare) Might I And surely,-.if such a one as even Lake jlr orib.

about Spiritualism. not an evil angel (agreeable to the evident "Abraham be ignorant of us,"-(Isa.Lxm: Splendid weather.

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Continued from last week. opinion of the Apostles concerning good 16), except what he may learn from those Visitors coming down lively.

angels, as exhibited sir the passage from who are passing away from earth into the
> ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and PnbIL 5 her. Chas. Lane
In the twelfth chapter of the Acts we of it is evi- mother and sister :uriTrd
the twelfth chapter of the Acts already place departed spirits, quite

$l.O per Annum. read of tPeter,that, being delivered mi- quoted),also appear to us in the form dent that no other child of Adam beyondthe on the 16th.

t raculously from prison, he came to the a departed friend or relative, and assumehis Dark River can lay claim to any Ab. Wilder has caught three or fur
Entered at the Poet Office at Titusville as house of Mary, the Bother of Mark, wild cats already this month.
of affair either
Second-Class Matter. or her bearing, and steps, and voice, knowledge earthly ,
where many of the disciples were assem- the better to deceive? The Apostle tell through communication with mortals, or C. C. Haight arrived back from b;*

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor bled. Knocking at the door, and his us (1 Tim. iv: 1.) through the operation of his own senses. northern purchasing trip on the lit::.

Brevard f county.. voice being known, the disciples, who "That in the latter times some shall depart Right here, the eminent father before The late rains have raised the f ca

The Star has the Largest circulationof supposed that he must be yet in custody from the faith giving heed toseduc- quoted, has something to say quite to the water lakes nearly up to their rainy season .
any pa'?er on the East coast of Fla. could not believe at first that it was St. ing spirits, even teachings of demons. to the suggestedby
__ _____ __.____ _____ point. Replying query stage of water again.
H Peter himself but said : HIt is his angel.1On (thus the original Greek). the parable of the rich man and Lazarus -
ARRIVAL OF THE ST. LUCIE. The Kansas Clipper has been treated t.:)
.. this passage Bishop Bloomfield remarks And again (2Thes. II: 8-12)): -St. Luk. xvi: 19, 31 ; "If there be
The new steamer St. Lucie arrived in his Annotations on the Greek "Then shall that Wicked be revealed not in the dead any care for the living, a scraping and painting, and i* again i ia

here about 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Testament: whose coming is after the how is it that the rich man, who was tormented the water ready for business.

in charge of her gallant young master, "The sense must be 'bis angel', i. e.his, working of Satan, with all power in Hades, asked father Abrahamto The Cocoanut Grove Hotel ha i:'irf--

Captain Bravo. A description of this tutelary angel, such as the Jews, and in- and signs and lying wonders, and send Lazarus to his five brothers not visitors already, and the full tide cf
deed the Gentiles wilh all deceivablenesss of un- as yet dead,and to take course with them,
thought was appointed
boat has already been given in our columns to every person, or at least to every good righteousness in them that per- that they should not come themselves also travel has not yet set this way.

but every one was anxious to board person. They also surpposed that on the ish; because they received not the into the same place of torment ?" he The furniture and furnishings for tL=-

and inspect her as soon as she had landed death of the person, this angel sometimes love of the truth, that they might be says : Hotel Lake Worth and the Oaklawc

at the dock. She is splendidly fitted out appeared in his-the person's-exact saved. And for this cause God shall send "Does it follow, that because the rich House are arriving by every boat, and
them delusion that they should said this he knew what his brethren
form, and spake with his voice to the strong man ,
for the route she is to run viz: from both houses about for business
ready
are
believe lie that they all might be what
friends or acquaintances the deceased. a : were tloing, or they were sufferingat
Titusville to St. Lucic; has fourteen damned who believe not the truth but had
But Dr. Adam in his Roman Antiquities that time? He care for Capt. Fozzard's schooner, the Emily:

state rooms, and also curtains and cots and the German scholar, J. J. Es- had pleasure in unrijhteousness. the living, albeit what they were doing B., is the largest one ever in the lake
the aft end of main saloon. The St. that he met not at all, even as we have care for
at Now the idea is
preposterous,
any- :
She
will between
probably run regularly
,
chenburg, in his valuable work on Classical the dead, albeit what they do we con- -
Lucie is built in the best manner in Literature, and other able writers, body is ever going to"give; heed to seduc- fessedly wot not. In fine, Abraham -. here and Jacksonville this 5caon.

every way; her hull is steel; her machinery ing spirits, even the teachings of demons" did not send Lazarus, and also an-
Ton did
say, it was generally believed among the The Bon not get out as reported -
is beautiful to the mechanic's eye, I knowing them to be such. The conclusionthen swered, that they have here Moses and
Ancients that, "Every person had two in my last ; she merely went to
while the furnishings will please the ,.i is those demons in the prophets, whom they ought to hear
irresistible.that; ,
genii-the one, good,and the other bad." that they might not come to those tor the inlet and stayed there waiting, as
most fastidious tourist. She made a (Compare Plato DeLegibus, x: 8; andXenophon's order to succeed in their deviltry, are ina ments. Where again it occurs to ask, did also the Illinois; but both of them,
speed of 10} miles at sea, and made the manner compelled to assume the form how ;\t was, that what was doing here,
Cyropaedia vi: 1.) In the as well as the Ina, arc now reported as
run from New Smyrna to Haulover in and character of ouiuleparted friends father Abraham himself wist not (agree-
above cited from the twelfth and their Titusville.Rev. .
example out on way to
four hours; from Haulover to Titusville whom we have known in the flesh, and able to the words of Isaiah, LXIII: 16)),
chapter of the Acts, we have illustratedthe while he knew that Moses and the prophets J. N. Mulford, the Epi 'Up:1"
one hour and a quarter. We learn from in whom still have confidence the
belief in the good genius. In Plutarch's we as are here, that is, their books, by obey clergyman arrived with his wife aau.
-Commo'dore Watson that the cost is only feasible plan whereby they can deceive ing which men should the tormentsof
Life of Brutus, the other kind is escape
on the 7th, and held services in
about $30,000. She will commence reg- us and lure us to our destruction. hell : and knew,in short, that rich man party
ular trips to-morrow from this place to mentioned. Before the great battle in I But it may be asked, Why are we to have lived in delights, but the poor the east-side school-house on the 13th.
Macedonia which decided the fate of this man Lazarus to have lived in labors and A temporary house of worship trill le
St. Lucic, making three trips a week. i obliged to that it is the evil de-
illustrious Roman. "a horrible and mons- suppose sorrows? For this, also, he says to him: and work the
on
We congratulate the J., T. and K. W. who communicates withus put up, permanent
trous to Brutus. mon invariably 'Son, remember that thou in thy lifetime
spectre" appeared church edifice will be begun as goon a*
system upon the acquisition of a boat so and not the friend himself? May it receivedst thy good things, and likewise
What thou said he
art boldly ; art the lumber can be procured.
Lazarus evil He knew then
nicely adapted to their Indian River thou god or man? and what is thy business not be the friend sometimes, at least, things
these which had taken of
things place .ue.
route. This makes five steamers (count- with me? The spectre answered, I instead of the demon ? To this I reply, course the living, not the
among among
ing the Loxahatchie), owned on this am thine evil genius" Brutus; thou wilt It is perfectly in keeping with the teach- dead. True, but it may be that not HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIANRIVER

river by this company see me at Philippi. ings of God's Word, that the demons while the things were doing in their life-

As bearing upon this subject of geniior should be able to hold communicationwith time, but after their death he learned BAKERYWe

demons, let me call attention to what these things by information of Lazarus;
The Annual Conference of the M. E.
mortals, else, how can they be sc- will Keep on Hand Every Day
that it be not false which the prophets
Eusebius, in the 4th book of his Ecclesias-
Church South concluded" its session on ducing spirits? How can they teach :\ th, 'Abraham hath not known us.'

Sunday, the 14th inst. The Rev. James tical history, tells us about the martyi* But that our departed friends should So, then, we must confess that the dead FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES
dom of Polycarp. In the fifteenth chapter do know ,
Bolton was appointed to Indian River, have that is utterly inconsistentwith indeed not what is doing here,
of this book he of this power while it is in doing afterwards how-
holy mar- : ,
Mission for third with the Rev. says
a year, the whole tenor and testimony of ETC. ALSO
hear it from those who from
ever, they
that when apprehended and broughtto
Charles C. Temple to assist in the work. tyr Holy Scripture. It is in vain to cite the hence go to them at their death ;-[hear]

Mr. Bolton opened his year's workon the stake for his faith, he Was offered calling up of Samuel. ((1 Sam. xxvm: not indeed everything, but what things Bottlers of Sodawater, GingerAle

Sunday last, at City Point, where he his freedom on the condition of his 11-18)), or the appearance of Moses and those are allowed to make known who
swearing by the genius of Caesar. Poly- are suffered to remember these things
;
welcomed Drinks.ALL
was warmly ,good congregation.Mr. Elias with our Lord on the mount of and other .
and which it is meet for those to hear, ,
did not question that there was
Temple will open his commission on carp Transfiguration (St. Matt xvii: 2), or whom they inform of the same." (De

Sunday next, by preaching at LaGrangeat such a spirit as Caesar's geniusordemon; the case of the fellow servant conversing Cura, etc., 17, 18.) ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
11 a. m., and Titusville at 7 p. m,, at but,being a Christian, he refused to swear ATTENTION.
with St. John in the Apocalypse (Rev. Thus, again, by the convincing argu-
Court Hosue We hope the friends will 3V him. The 16th book of Bingham's
XXII, 8, 9)). These were as: evidently ex- ments of this learned Christian father, as
cheer him by giving him warm welcome. "Origines Ecclesiasticae, the seventh traordinary interpositions of Divine Providence well as by the axiomatic principles of S. A. BELCHER: COMPANY,

Rev. Jas. Bolton will preach at Cocoaat chapter, and the whole of the seventh as were the instances of our Sa sound criticism plain to our own reason, PROPRIETORS,

11 a. m., and 7 p. m., Sunday,next. section, treats about swearing by theEmperor's viour's raising the dead. But the Spirit- is it proved that they are not the once

genius. Minucius Felix, a ulist may say : Why not credit the embodied spirits of the departed whomour TITUSVILLE, FLA.K
Church writer of the third century, is
The Orange Market. manifestations, if not to the souls of the modern sorcerers conjure up, but de-
there quoted as saying, that it was -
peculiar TO :R.ENT.
their mons fallen angel the servants of the
departed themselves, yet to good ?,
G. S. Palmer wholesale
Report by
to the heathen to swear by and to
angels instead of to their demons ; and es- father of lies. Merciful God I can we,, HALF
A ONE STORY AND A
commission merchant in Southern fruit invoke the genius of tho king, that is, his
who hold the Faith of the One
when the Holy
pecially trying spirits, agree-
and produce, 166 Read St., N. Y. demon.
able to the Apostolic injunction, we find Apostolic Church give any, the slightest
NEW YORK, Jan. 19th, 1889. "Geniuni, id est, daemonem eju implo- HOUSE FURNISHED
rant: et cst eis tutius per Jovis! genium them to be of God? To this I reply J credence to this creeping, crawling, ,

Trade for the week ending to-day on pejerare, quam regi ."-His genius. i. e. I Hitherto, when these spirits have been slimy, lying imposture? The devil, as

Florida oranges shows an increase in bus- his demon they implore : and it is consid- so tried, they have invariably proved tobe we read in the book of Job, once came At MIMS, near Station,

iness over the week previous, and out- ered safer to swear falsely by the genius not of God, and for two reasons, 1st. into the communion of the angels in the AT $G PER MONTH. Arose-.

look more encouraging for the receipts to of Jupiter than by that of the king. because, when they have had anything to presence of God, and poor Job had to

follow. The arrivals have been light, as The learned, Bingham adds shortly after say about the religion of Jesus Christ suffer for it, and all his kindred. Doubtless Mrs :K. J. Hamilton: City Paint, Fli:

with earlier in the week and --------- --- --- -
compared : and His mediatorial work ; about the that same malignant Adversary

although foreign fruit is in larger sup- "Whatever penalties were imposed prophecy concerning Him as the Seed of would like right well to get into the EACOTT & CO.
ply and somewhat improved in quality ['i.i e., by the Church] on idolaters and Christian
Z the conclude to the woman who was to crush the ser communion of the saints on
yet Florida oranges have the preference, have apostates been, the same puuishment we may of those who pent's head; about salvation secured to earth-the Church of Him who died to TITrS\-lLLE, }.L\_

and all fresh arrivals in sound conditionare in times of persecution complied with us only through the Saviour's infinite redeem us from the ?cruel bondage of

going out more rapidly. The sizes the demands of the heathen, to swear by merits and notatall through our own,they Satan. Alas, candor requires the sad TIN & SHEETIRONVORKERS..
preferred are 176 to 200 and $2.75 can be the Emperor's genius or demon, whichwas
have scouted the doctrine.of the Atonement fact to be confessed, that he has succeeded -
divine honor
to give to creatures,
readily obtained for choice, sound, and the worst of creatures, the apostate and of Christ's Deity, and in gen- in doing somewhat, already ; but GUTTERING. ROOFING.

brights but for straight lines $2.25 to angels, who were in professed rebellion eral sneered at the teachings Scriptureand let us try to keep him out all that it is Manufacturing, of Tin Ware

$2.50. Russets ranging in price from against God." Again, presentlyhe of the Church through all the ages possible.
$1.50 to $2.00 a box. says : "We read of few besides these GALVANIZED'OIlK.: .
the Hoping that these reflections note
proclaiming one only true Faith may
heretics [the Donatists] in those days,
Mandarins and Tangerines show a lit- that were disposed to run into it, till the under the limiting rule, "Quod semper, > considered valuelessin these latter daysof And Repairing of all kind
tle more activity, but no improvementin of saints and and the lying wonders and I
worship angels, quod ubique, quod ab omnibus, andso rampant infidelity,

price. Virgin Mary, began to creep into the they are found to be lying spirits and submit them for the consideration of Location : .11.1t.T.., neurciserz
But few new vegetables coming for. Church; and then together with that r- readers. :
not your Verily, lest the fearful
good angels. 2ndly.
They
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never
ruption, came in this other of joining the I profess
ward and
choice finds
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anything ready
Virgin Mary, and the archangels, Michael to be the good angels of out departed delusion here commented on, should,

buyers. and at extreme prices. Egg- and Gabriel, in the same oath with friends, but our very friends themselves '- under the management and captaincy of bop g
plants selling from $8.00 to$12.00 a bbl. God."
and that is a most palpable false- the Arch-enemy of our souls gain any /n

Snap bean $3.00 to $4.00 a crate. Cu- The whole section from which the hood; for the angels are an entirely distinct permanent lodgment in the hearts of

cumbers, peas, and also choice tomatoes above is taken, though too long to be order of created intelligences, made Christians, it behoves all who have r ...... =.?:

Are wanted. quoted here, is worthy of a careful perusal among other purposes to minister to men, named the name of Christ and who have .

as lowing the belief of the early Chris but never to become men, even as men the interests of Zion at heart, to be on 15 rc .:

?t. Gabriel's (Episcopal) Church of tians, not only in good angels but also in are never to become angels ; and besides, if their guard, and to arm for the coming ro

this place, was recently presented with evil demons,attending the living. Other a "great gulf .divides the evil and the battle with the Powers of Darkness. The a o E

two handsome vases for the altar, authorities be end draws nigh. Let us remember the ] CD
might cited ; but theseare good in Hades (St. Luke, xvi: 19-31), so o
"the gift ef Mr?. Carpenter, mother of our enough to lead us to the sad reflection that the disembodied spirits of saints words of our blessed! Lord as singularly rtJ = dQ

highly-esteemed Archdeacon Carpenter. that the heathenism of long ago and sinners are forever separated, how appropriate in this connection and in

Although a resident of a distant State which crept into the Church and led to can they get to their friends on earth these perilous times, ominous of the approaching 0 :C

(Michigan), she takes a great interest in saint has the consummation, "What I k4 tf ::: :-
worship, overleaped ages ([where they would together occupy com- say ck .E
the :Missions under charge of her son, and settled down like nightmare than in the unto you, I say unto all-Watch."
a on mon ground), any more Bible :: c5 iO
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and we can truly say the vases are highly the outside world of this nineteenth cen- Narrative of the rich man and Laz- Very truly fours, : db 5 -= :

prized by the Church.RoadwQrking tury, under the more euphonious title arus, Dives who by physical, and Lazarus SIDNEY WILBUR. 3 tt3 =:s -cJ -
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of Spiritualism who by moral restraint, .were preven- NOTICE. :

commenced Monday What is there in Spiritualism which ted from holding intercourse with their STATE OF FLORIDA, ) s : -=. f

morning on Washington avenue and cannot be-I will not say as well, but friends yet on earth ? -Ah, the Good Word DADE COUNTY. / HW'S 04 =. .---

.Main street. We note that most of our -better explained, on the principles of declares that, To all and singular, the relations rereentutives PH :::
> and next of kin to Robert >
citizens must expect: to pay their one dol- Demonology, than on those of human disembodied "The dead know not anything" i. e. of Walker late of said county, deceased. o ,.., ]

lar per day bre'r few doing any work spirit manifestations? Could earthly things by personal observation ; You are hereby cited to appear before -

on the road at the time required by the not the demons who watched over a departed and "There is no knowledge (i. e. so acquired the County Court, at MiamU ou the first ;0: r-4 c: I Ir4
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summons. ), in the grave":--the intermediate Monday in March next, to show cause .... .H >.. i
friend when on earth, with a view place of the departed. (Eccles. ix: 5, 10.) why letters of administration of the -
d
to his destruction if possible, tell us se- goods, chattels and credits of Robert k ::
-'Mr. IT. Again we. read in the book of Job,(xiv: Walker, late of Dade county, deceased 3Z
1 G. Taylor, of Brooklyn, N.is crets which we are sure no mortal could ,
14,21) : ntestate, should not be granted to E. .
Y;, spending threa or four days on know of but that friend ? Might not the Gale,. who has made application tor the
Indian River. Mr. has "If a man die *- his sons :J
Taylor a place demons give us information as if from same Jit
come to honor, and he knoweth it rot and
; E.
on Delespine Grant, about five miles below such 3' friend, which might be to our they are brought low but he per it'eth it A. HEYER County, Judge., ,

F town, of about 200 acres. advantage, and all with a view_ of luring not of them:" 40 Acting as Probate Judge, Dade Co.

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' !} Aractof land on IndianRiver in the ? X .:, I HAVE ADDED TO- MY STOCK XOTiCC. i A* ": .
Brevard consisting of 88 .' x c'o In Circuit Court for tAt&i..tnth Judicial .
r eountJ.of. lot .No.J 3, and south half **
:: it being v RAY Circuit cf Florid, Dale County x7i
of section 3o -
quarter r
n northeast !J. Ate.
f Chancery.
o Jlot>o. 3, being the southwest quar- OFDry
fVnf the northwest quarter of section EZRA A. OSDORN,
85both in township 31 south, range 39 vs. .}} Bill for Partition

fd,. This is a very desirable piece of Sncccsscr to J. C. Norwood and Co., Elsa TIta FIELD.. of Land t

mock1 soil of rich quality, suitable PRINTING. It having been made
i the
ham fruits. Is to appear to i
of all tropical
for the rusing Goods Court by affidavit of the above nanletlComplainant
tusted at the Narrows, near Enos post- TITUSVILL FLA. that the said Ezra .\. Os-
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'5- office. Will sell cheap for c3.Sh. For born, and Elnathan T. Field as tenants

: Mars address in common have each au equal undivided .
: rtic
h..1I. LOW, t one half interest in certain tracts of
Sept. 3: Brockton Mass. land in the County of Dade and Stale .of i
Florida to wit : ,
S 'I'ICE. NEAT AND PROMPT.SEND .A. LADIES'DRESS Lot X o. 7 of section 17 and lot 2 of i
with full set of tools section 16 township south range 43
I. I sin prepared east, containing 75 2-VluJ acres Lot
artesian wells. With ;
: for sinking setave sunk four wells 155 my to Cen'l! Merchandise -.Xo.I, section :20. -tbwi>:Jp, 47 south
small 43 east. 12
range containing iXMOO acre
;
200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from Lots No. 1, 3,-1an115 section 2rt. anti We
SOOOO, to 86,000 gallons per day, from Xo. 2 and 3 section 27, township n 53
wo inch pipes. Have also a large set, FOODS I STORE. south,range 42 east. containing 15G ;3-
for sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wan- YOUR ORDERSFOR 100 acres; Northeast J of northeast I, 1
ted- lls'ing'entured in the business, section 2;. and northeast 5 of section 34
: chased tools, and successfully obtained I township 53 south, range 42 east, con- 1
: full flowing wells, I ask the patronage r aininglllSO-lOOacres; Lo:Xo.section
: and influence of citizens and friends who AND II, northwest 4 of section 3-1. lot Xo. 1
my efforts and who want and 2 of section 33. township 53 south
Appreciate
I} /dls. Respectfully, I propose to keep range 42 east, containing 244 DS-lOO
I ALBERT MAGECDER: acres ; Lots Xo.5 aud C section i1. lots
Rock Ledge. Xo. 1, I. 5 and S, of section II. lots Xo.
V 1,4,5 and S,section 23,to\\..$hii53South! ,
JOB PRINTING A First-Class StockGROCERIES
I MILLINERYDEP range 42 east containing 1G7 14-100
Their Business oomID;;. acres; Southwest J northeast J, west
i Probably no one thing has caused such i of southeast J and southeast 4 of southwest4Sec.27township53southrau"e42-
general revival of trade at all the drugstores :
; i -OF-
River as their giving east containing 160 acres; Lot No.l mill
on Indian -SUCH ASLETTERIIE.iDS section 23, lots 1,stud 3.
to their customers of so many free section 2G.lots
my 1, 3I and 5 of
section 35. township 52
trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discoveryfor
south
42
,
n1nge east containing 536I
Their trade simply
is
Consumption. valuable article' -100 A. Lots Xo. 1, 3,and 4, of section *_.
enormous in this very lot 1 of section 11.
east d ot
and / northe.l,t t
that it always cures V
from the fact ot section 22, township 5.3 south
never disappoints. Coughs, colds, asthma COTE-I1 E ADS, WITH 42 east, couttiniug200 92-IOOlcn'S,;rnnge East
;' bronchitis and all throat and 1 of southeast
croup s J, southwest 4 of southeast
lonff diseases quickly cured. You can 4 of section 22, township ;53 south range
test it before buying by getting a trial nILL-IE., A Milliner and Competent Dressmaker 42 east containing acres; Northwest
$lEvery bottle* 4 northeast ,
, bottle free, large size j DRY GOODS t> |
: warranted. J. northeast 4 of ,c't,
STATE3IE3TS, I No. 1, of section 2;. township 53 south '
A Ravenous Lion at nay.A In Charuc range 42 east, containing 17S 4G-100
a.. acres: Lot No. 5 of section 27. township
hungry lion is commonly considered CIRCULARS, NOTIONS 53 sputh, range 42 east containing
most dangerous customer, and natural impulse ,, 36 G5-100 acres; Lot No.G of section 13: ,
is to stop him in his deadly career. TO CUT, FIT, DESIGN AND )MAKE lot 5 of section 25, townhip 50 south

Impure blood is a ferocious and pitiless foe, FOLDERS, range 42 east containing 13$0-100 acres; "
dashing through the arterial system of the Hens' Ladies' & Childrens' Lots No. 1, :2 and 3 of section 12. lots
human body, destroying the health and TO ORDER.SATISFACTION No. 1 and 2 of section R.j. township 51
. capping life it.self. It comes hydra like in IXYJLTATiOXS south,and lots No. 1,5 and C of section 2
many headed impetuousness, as Rheumatism of township 52 south ranre2 east con
Scrofula, Ulcers, Scald Head, Gout, taining 392 2G-100 acresr Lots 1 and 5

Syphilis or that dread nichhtmare of content PROGR AiM: f ES GUARANTEEDTO w JI iCLOTHING. of section 11, lots 1, J, 5 and S of section
" Dyspepsia. P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke 14, township 52 south range 42 eat,
Root and Potassium) is the valiant reucurer containing 0.100 acres b; Lots No.
. who comes to our aid, and replaces health :\LI 2 and 5 southwest 4 of northwest \ of
triumphantly on its throne. Women who STREAMERS section :!. northwest \ of southeast } of

,. are worn down and discouraged.have found section 22. township 53 south range 42
1'P..P.P.an invaluable tonic,regaining color, east, ntaining 144 25-100 acres0 All
' _appetite and strength and forever accord DODGERS, of fractional section 10 except 3 acres on
to this magic restorer,a credit and gratitud ATS north end, northwest 4 of northwest \ of
acquired by few medicines. Try it and see section_fractional' ,townshiP. &__south-.
if it has not been rather underrated than BUSINESS CARDS, Cassimeres, per yard, at "5c., 35c., & oOc range 42 east containing 103 .;)-100
t OTerratedll druggists ell it. acres; West southeast 4 of section
<,. y- Henrietta Cloths, el\ant,85c. 21, northwest 4 of northeast 4, east i of
Brace Up. WEDDING CARDS, northwest 4 and southwest 4 of hectioa

You are feeling depressed, your appetite Duchess Cloth, good as silk, $1.25. 23, township 54 south, range 4'2 east
is poor, you are bothered with head containing25243-100acrcs. AH fractional
generally VISITING CARDS Tricot Flannels, per yard, at 40c., 50c., parts of sections 32 and 33 township 54>>
. out of sorts, up.r south, ranere, 42 east, containing, 5s7
'.: 13 race ,but not with stimulants, spring 65c., 75c., and $1.00 acresll: fractional parts of sections
r medicines) up ,or bitters, which have for their -TO THEFLORIDA- 4 and 5, township 55 south, range 42 .
Ladies' Cloths, 5c. and 7oc. per yard. Gent's Furnishing Goods, east, containing G37 acres: Lots X o. 1

stunMate:, and 3 of section 5, lots No. C and 10 of
'a< TOU in you worse condition than before. Cloaking Flannels, 50c. section S, lot No. 2 of section 17, township

,\ What want is an aletrative that will STAR ALSOCROCKERY 41 south, range 43 east, containing
you line of other Dre& Goods from
A varied
\ purify-your blood, start healthy action of 219 25-100 acres; Northeast 4 of south
liver and- kidneys, restore your vitality.and 20c. to 20c. east 4 of section 17, lot No. 3 oJ.:section h
'/" give renewed health and strength, 21, lot No. 7 of section 23. township.nsouth

Such a medicine you will find in Electric JOB PRINTING OFFICE, Long Cloths, 12c. to 15o. Better value GLASSWARE, range 43 east. containing 139 ;=>-
, Bitter and only 50 cents a bottle any 100 acres; Lots -No. 15 !tnr1I.. anti I
,
Indian Ri-er. than Calico. north } of lot No. 5f'section 33 all
,
dins store on
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fractional
--- V parts of section 3J, township
LadiesUnderwear in White and
./ HARDWARE.AND 41 south, range 43 cast, containing; 212
ST. LUCIE HOUSE Woolen. 2:>-100 acres : Lots No. 1. 2 and3 of

.. \ section 3, township 42 south, rnne13 ,
Ladie' .-Vests and Corsets from 45c. to east, containing 1ST ';&-1t'0 acres; Lots t
Indian River, Florida, No. 1 and 4 of section 23,lots No. 4 and
$3.00.
to 5 of section 29, lot No. 1 of section 33,

, 'Having been Furnished is NOWOPEN 10-! Bed Comforts, from $1.00 to $2.74. township 44 south, range 43 east containing -
130 CO1GO acres; Lots No. 1.
under the Man- 1 1s ;
," FOR GUESTS, 10.} Blankets, per pair, $1.50 to $500. Ship Chandlery Goods. 5 and S of section 5, lots No. 1 and 7 of
ageraent of its. old prol'rietOl.tulowner.. section S, township 45 south, r:1D C1H

Oil Cloths, Table Damasks and Napkins east, containing: 00 23-100 acres: Lots
JAMES PAIN, No. 1 and lots No. (G, 7 and S of section.
in great variety. 17t lots No. 1 and 2 of section 3-J. township
Proprietor, pThese 45 south, range 43 east containing

-''. noricla. 217 11.100 acres;/Lots \ >: 1,2 and 3 1
. 51.Lucie, 59 will be the main features of my of section 3, lot No. 1 of section 9, lots

My Line of No. 1 and 2 of section 10, township 4G, ,
for
..': business, but orders sent me anything -
Pamphlet south, range 43 east, containing 23097100 -
1 A I kept in any store in Titus acres; Lots No. 1 and .1 of section
I tf Gents' Ladies' & Children'sHOSIERY 29, lots No. 1 and 2 of section 31,. lot
: :-. J'II :' yule will be promptly filled.buyFruits.Eggs No. 1 of section 32, township 48 south

Ute oldest aDd most popuar 5CtCT1ta.C"'."..:..t jaaech&Dle&1 range 43 east containing 1C4( 02-lOM
paper publt.bed and Iuu tt"htletrealaUon Lots No. 1 and 2 of
of Its cia'S! In \;. acres; section T,
of paper
, tiHy Ulutrated.any Best clua of Woo.for)-1"ir.(0:1"..>..a" lot No. 9 section G, lots \0. 1 aud.

;1" tap;. Prlee Pablt.he4.a year.weekly.F ourmntbe'frt.l send .Ii.1.".,, S of section, township south, range
. KUNf"C'.o..l-cBLlSBEU.&1 nr dw IS COMPLETE, 43 east, containing ISO 71-100 acres= ;

IICHITECTS & BUILD r.i.: ;: Prllltillg1 Will Chickens Lots No. 1 and 2 of section 18 lots No.
: ; 1 and 5 of section 30, township south,
, .I H Edition of ScIentific American.contains rAstJnthc V FROM 5c. TO 75c. PER PAIR. range 43 cat containing 227 G3-10J

A.treat raphte sacceas.plates Each of country sine and City teetdri acres; Lots No. 1,3,4 and 5 of section
t eau or public buUct1D e. Numerous for e i;Oa u.e'ct Or any Country Produce my customers 31, township 49 south ransre 43 east
INS and pecUcaUOnl
full
plans Price 173+1 a)rxr containing 105 Lots No. I and 2
botldicg. acres :
;
::; contemplate PL-BusIIEu$ In PAINT I for or friend may bringto
Zsct&aoopr, DIUNN A CO. am at Head-quarters of section 23 township south range

:f..; Rpvi:cV -: LOW PRICES, buying from the :\Ianli.facturer market.I 43 east containing: 61 30-lfj cres.

DiN.rEH-TSl11aYbe Sit'x wbo SEND YOUR ORDERS find Selling Cheap. And that the object of this suit isto1'rtr
,'; don! I cure partition of the same. And it baying -
}{ TWI-; experience and hare made and oyert' ....r. been made to appear that Elnathan
: I IMjbOU lira patents.application Send for for Americani itan4bo0LOTA T. Field, the defendant is a nonresident

'._; Poodeace strictly conOdentlaLTRADE PAMPHLET\ PRINTINGOF ask for a share of the public patronage of the circuit in which this suit is
MARKS. Having added GRAIN and HAY to instituted. It is therefore ordered that
ease four runt la not r 1aterad. In the pfU'W'rand and come a* a supplicant, not a the said EInathan T. Field do arpe?*
app, to 1unr \ Co. my Stock of GROCERIES, buying from -
tcbce llADc1bOOk. and
protecUon. d for answer said bill for partition l.ereiufiled
COPYRIGHTS for books chart. capt!. i first hands, will lead in Low Prices. die tator, asking fur your favors.If at Miami, in Dade County, ou or,
Re, 1ILSN & CO., PAtent courteous treatmentgoodgoods t
1SS9. And it is further ordered that 1

RSALE ALL DESCRIPTIONSTO and low figures is a copy of this order be published ia V
rRENT" i F
CAN GOODS BOUGHT AT THE the FLORIDA STARTS newspaper published
: PACKERS. / the candidatefor in the adjoining; County of Ire-
THEFLORIDA- f '-IN. there being no newspaper published -

V- A HANDSOME, NEW, Will give closer prices than public favor, in Dade County for four consecutive ,
,you weeks preceding the said first !
next tiny
then I'm
COTTAGEOF f' .
i f: MODERN STARJOB can buy ? of February, ..\. D.1S&*. o: .
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EIGHT ROOMS tlected.Your V Done and ordered in Chambers at 1
I ,BeLaml Florida this 2Stb of NoD. \.
day
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V
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WITH OF .
HALF AS ACRE ,
: I. ?, ansi&v* to please, 1 'A. 18SS.
t, Cicely i laid out. Pleasant surroundings PRIXTEMS OFJTICC.Titusville GEO. B.TITUNI'ILLE. RTTMPH, '; JatL"\ D.. BSOOME.

View of River. Address ( I I Jute of tbf!venth Judicial i '

. t MRS.' L. A. MACKENZIE. 33!' F1 P. 25 FLA. s. s R.Cl.. V. Circuit: of Florida..
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... At Chattanooga, Wilson Crawford anda PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup CARDS.

Collard by Cannibals. At SiourCity Iowa, Henry Gillespio man named Blair got into a quarrelover i* ***' *** !I

t.- -.-- murdered Nellie White who was at one a woman while engaged at u ork Barrels $2.25. A. GIXGEA*

WABASH, 'Tnd., Jan. 17.-Henry :M. time his mistress and then cut his own three miles from the city. Blows tol L. ,

Strohm son of Abraham: Strohm, of throat. lowed when Crawford was cut in the Gauged to order ten cents extra. C

.New Paris, Ind.. who was last year captured The republican members of the Oregon side four times resulting in his death.. and !A'K'Y-AT-LA' AKBS8ARIPOEllil
VYhesIwrighiing Repairing.
Blair struck the head with
and held prisoner by cannibals on, legislature have nominated United States was on a pairof
knucKB, and is seriously hurt, but ha
of tho South Sea Senator Dolph for re-election. Eect Ledge, p=., '
the island of Gaun, one made his eat ape. C. O. B. ; h.
made his Governor Fleming has issued a ----
group, whence he finally escape prcc- -- -
lamation the of A strong w.nd blew a freight car froma llonev barrels and Oval Water Breakers
has been heard from. He is now calling legislature L. GAULDEN.ATTORNEYATLAY.
Florida" in session! 5th bide tr..ck to the main track of the from S2.00 D.
'on his way home and when he reaches extra on February up.
this state he will have completed the cir- next for the purpose of establishing a Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul road '

cuit of the globe. state: board of health, as required by the ;: atSylvama. Yi is. A freight train ran Tanks.. t :,
Y6ung Strohm has had startling I new constitution. into it, wrecking theengne ani sevencars.
many I Brubaker brakeman and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.
experiences during his long voyage. He I The United States senate's committee i Harvey a Thu'n'J! Florida, !t
I
killed. Flock:
was Engineer was fatally
left home March 2, 1887to see the world. on interstate:: commerce have ordered t I T. ..IOIZNSOaX.LaGrange. -- ---- -
injured blnhalmg scalding steam.
He did not run away, but the consent of favorable report to be made on I I Head brakeman Geotge Otto was badly : : Florida TONES & WILLIAMS,
his given reluctantly. The nomination of Walter L. of
parents: was the Bragg, scalded ana i.urned. The damage .
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boy was only 16 old. Alabama for interstate
years ; reappointment as an I
amounts : 40,000.A .
He made his way to San Francisco railroad commissioner.A to 112 !6OOOOD< reoplo behove that it .lttorll3's-at-3tttT. : ,

where he shipped before the mast on a from Jackson Miss. di.'patch from Dallas Texas says in :f ho ltrgust and most a ccseaDd beat to dyer Seeds tut'FTys
dispatch says: : viie.!
ballist I.ii. Iurida.Gt
I regard 10 .ha kiting of the base .
whaler bound for the Antarctic ocean. suit 9
The celebrated involving $80,000, I
did find life the Bradley by ..AngusPubHc o. nion ia SeedsD. -
He not on ocean wave i claimed to be due the state from lessees: I
all that his fancy had painted. He was outraged by Angus fearful dve and the EO. M. IOBBI\ 'I
of the
though thought to
penitentiary,
subjected to rough treatment at whichhe I I I, sentiment is .so strong agai i-t the man .M. FERRY A CO aro I
have been settled favorably to the latter > acknowledged to be tto .
rebelled. When the vessel put in at i i I that .t i hal dl)' ucsible to get a try in '....;:
a year ago, will be reopened by the at- ; thIs Tthe white 5<<" 'J7.iargestSeedsrren ATTORHEYATLAW.TiTUari f! ."
to case some
the island of Gaun. Strohm watched his county > .. ,
In
general of tho state. { b ;:;- the world.
opportunity and escaped from the boat. I torney I talk of tin 1 h n.; him i:u-. been :nciu'ged ;t "" f.\q n *M.FERarACo'3J : LE, i'u.A. .
The secretary of the interior has sent in. Thorny.' h.is taken j
The captain instituted a vigorous search i : e-.cjrv precaution r r er J innstrateoVDescnp.trre __
to the senate the report of the commission to tht A fund is L.'itJ. r. .'y". ,,..y and PncedSEEDANNUAL
priboaor.
but the fugitive was not discovered, and' II I'rot'-ct ,,"- .. .. '. .
the vessel went on her way, leaving ,' appointed to ratify and confirm tie: being raiMtl by the cm ens of JLU! as f .r f1 }h 6 *.r ;' M. THP\P FR ;

Strohm amon; the savage* 5,000 miles I i I treaty with the Ute Indians. I the putp'tom: \ji mi,.lo> in.* coi.nel 10 as :!:- ."'- v .Jr:' ; For 1880'wmbemafledFREE .
At Circlesille Ohio Edward fristihe bta a in the ct! iaa. The 4".- ll' ATTOBN3Y-AT-LAW.
from San Francisco. He was captured I i I Maag pos. "v- to all applicants,and .
.tJA
JJ
several times by the native0 who designed !i i was sentenced to five years in the penitentiary I baseball jU\e':s> in to'. n h,!\e sent a :? tolatsty 'customers ,
for choice ban :: for receiving stolen! good. and circular to the sporting 'HUe r of tile without oraennz it.Jnralu. -r ('"l(' ,'s.J. '1.-- "
fattening hi. i a I abGarden le Watt.EveJ'7.Jer.OD ., _,. ..
W in all t: eonut '
.rl1'it C..uillicver 116 i'P ''
practice .s
quet. but in each case he managed to escape !! Edward fleraney, for assault and battery -I country. calling on ba-e tail players to 1:1 uti........ I i should send.Field for cr it.F&OW8r Address Seed CiYi .. ".i ..u.l Solar.:/.\: s ., -. ... r I
to the settlements. :i was fined $:r5 and costs. cO:-tdbute to the fun -0 engage. g:cd I J..FERr3Y&CO.DetoitMICb.
Sit months later vessel arrived at I counsel for the pioeeutionConsumption i I -
a : I'I Representative Campbell of Ohio, ALLEN E. IIEYSSR, ;
tho is'and, on which Strohm secured made an argument before the hout: ::: ju-I I -i.- '- -- 1 1l

passage to Manila, on
pine iblands. 1.110 miles away. At Manila ., pay District Attorney Burnett $;),(,CO for I To THE EDITOE-1;eas.e ii-Ioi.u jc.ui: n...clv_" i:.-t II lulOiik'i'dl+ :Lcl r as r TI [.YF Jt;, :

he received the kindly office, of services rendered in Harper .... I
t prosecuting hsi f : b .1
I :>e a pct t.e eL. : %
f' ConSul Webb, a ho interested himself in : and Hopkin I. d'<;t3.sP. Bj !-- t't_d- tFe fv. .>--,,". 3, :. :.. -' I-I Lake \Vurih Dade Oounty, Fk't..1a ,
the fugitive. Secretary Favard wrote cases have been rp Tianeu'lv t'1'fpl. I *h*V; te : = I
Harry Vannorman, baggago-alto: I 11, Ill' furnish Al't"3cljff'l1f.i ,
end Lottie of re'unly itoEF thlLt'Y
I
Consul \\ ebb extend all needed glad to two : iuv
to to as- I 1
Lake Erie and Western has sued ... .. land
on the of jour letle.bvuo Late ,on::uaip.u ;fsend : .C. >>: County
slut the consul .mi i, I
sistance to Stroh : Fort and I their and post office address.
the Pittsburg Wayne ( hicago me expres' .
that btrohm robust and i Importer of all kinds of -
.swered v as I Respeetfnlly
for $3 000 damages for I
hearty and appeared well alle to care injuries railway company received by a train, en the Fort T. A. SLOCUM, M. C., is, Pearl lit., New Yort. !McMitli Havmonica: P, U B. BUiiCHFiELD, ,
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..
for hi x self. From Manila Sti oh a i wEnt : .tI. _
into his 49 Maiden Lane, New York.1
Wayne road running car last I f
to Hon Kong where the United Stat, j> fall. I

consul, whu had heard of his case, proffered : \\oWe \\-'s This i MllATTOX & SON COUNTY SURVEYOROrders ,
IlJOIIXr
sistance which was dccLned; ', <. % McLaskcy, a* farm hand, living 49 VUDKN I.......Nb" : E'""1111Et
near <;ain sdlle. Texas, bought a Dew offer Cue Hundred JDolidi Howard for ally. i by mail will rr?e h.f '" 1
with thanks. From trohm
Hong Kong ; fof Catarrh ln': ca net b., ca--d ty t. liiFall's .: -
his and landed at Win hotter and began firing promiscuously I Cfc'ar'hCrjp. :'tteiiinn :!s calf! h tPr'4Ya.itiLftac .
continual journey: I ::--- 1.
Sidney, Australia, where on October: at reo. pie whom he pa'sod on the J F. J. CHENEY a CproprJEltut'lI, io-a! +i,1, O. t '1' ." "I' I : Gavr......w.,_. ..- .
Ibth. lie lefore the.ma..t road His reason for doing so was that i \i"e, the uuderalgac.*>, .ne lo.t: Y. .J l-ll"ut: '
shipped on a TOJ the last 15 and helteve bins perfcct'r bC' !I .
years and V"hoN-a.iJe Dealers
he anted to convince the public that lr.Vvrt.M.sUut1chu..r
vessel bound for london 'ihe ship i* "' I O'ab1 in all bnainesa *ran actirnB. aid firmdalh" :n all limls of F. ATKI:,OS-: .-
due m London next r onth and the i "he was a bad man. aide to curry out mv obii jitiou" matte by their. Vr -:cs1 "\I"-th:: :\nil:fc. V ;fual :Enes, Bind Instruments i H. .

young man is expected home soon afttr. i In an assault made on the house of a firm. stratton'M Cel"hrttM Ras"iaa I t
.
I II WCtot k T..u:, w oe..le dUrioh Tcirtio, O.Wr.llIiug.
HIs : tons Bering his youth and ;, man named Harp, in Itobe.-on county, Gut Violin Stril1i1'I .
;wojrney Ehmau .C 3Ltr:in, whoet1e: d-I1f" I JUSTICE OK THE PEACE
inexperience, is one of the most: remarkable !I N. C., by a moD, Harp's wife was shot Rist8, 'folt>do. Ohio : :

on record. I: and instantly killed. A pos e was in E. II. Van Htven, cashier, Toiedo National i 1 JOHN F. STiUTTON & SON, Fur the Second Justice District tai Br :J,
.
: pursuit of the assailants at last report. 1'aak Catarrh, Toledo Caie Ohio.Hall's :'a takru :..'east 1:". ic'n? Importersand vard county ; Court day?, thinl Monitor

Defaulter Axworthy. I All the parties are white. I II direct'y upon tbe Llo.*\ n:i,! nr.c is. s::*.:ce< 11f the of each month.
Wholesale
,
,I A dispatch from chit&. Kan., says : I srstem.Sold by Price all Dm 5c._<
TORONTO, C&n., Jan. 17.Thomas Ax Pawnee Bill. iu sp:te of the: wishes cf i Dt ai..r" in p"n'n; !.
0 I
worthy, the defaulting city treasurer of some of his constituents, will move upon I '- ArucS1.'i.: ;:.utTSIC\I 'mEn MUuiU HOUSE HP ur I L vaili f'

Cleveland, 0., is staying at the Rossin Oklahoma on the date first fixed for the p

hoase. Axworthy is a stout businesslike invasion. He says that: he wishes first The best salve inxthe world for cuts, f
gentleman the far bide to learn the action of con' iosb on 1 the; I fever ,
looking on bruises bores, ulcer, salt rheum: ieIG a dise
billand that this will Iw known
of fifty. A clove cropped mu-tacht.? and Springer : hand chilblains Qf }
sores, tetter chapped ,
side whiskers give him a rather military ,, before February Ibt. which date he has and all skin eruptions' and 0 A, L. CAMPBELL :
corns positively 403IaIien
fixe for the advance. He is dail receiving I
which is increased his
appearance, by and in* cures piles, or no pay required.It I
strong deeply linedfaceatdquick: readymanner support encouragement is to give perfect satisfaction LauetAIii Jacksonville !-'13.I .
and guaranteed ,
of speech. the m)veme t, fays that letters of
in'juiry from ail over the United States or money refunded. Price 25: cents NEiy YORK
In conversation he marked that he i:, I
"hoped very little noticeould be taken continue to coma in great numbers. He per box. For :ale by all drug store:; in John! F. Stratton & Son's Celebrate:

ol his arrival in the city." His object in ,, states tha':the different colonies will enroll I Titusville, and on Indian liver. Russian Gut Viola Strings, will bell and deliver at your r.e'-iYt I
: over 1:;.U00 persons all of whom will
he to assist in
coming here said was I TIIS FINEST IN THE WOULD
station Firt-CIc FI'
transfers of his real estate, vessel0 and .. ba rady for the movement by the date Advice to Mother Our Gua.r\nct.-4t: a Dealer receives a complaint s

other property of an arrangement !i i fixed.A : !Irs.WmSLOW'S SooxHiNoSiBCP should always ('"h!i-b a" hellep tp bi' honest) from auycn'c.

effectc.xwor pursuance hy apcke: !I dispatcn'from Fort Dodge, lows, be used whethildren are cutting it teeth.natural It re.lievesthalittlesnffereratonce .; u to whom lie I/a, std ai;y ot tht>Kjttrinn!', PIA SOR..a ,
produces
;
on this subject with great earnestne&I :: i I i says: Tile Mason and fort Dodge railroad quiet Bleep,and the little cherub awakes"brightas ln is authorized charge, aDd bus! eh to such wive ham los auotuer will be strit.gWitnont maJe '

have turned over e\i.ryiliuig,' said company has defaulted on tho interest a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It ;ojd by u< to o irc'i toc.ers without quibble or ORI
he. When this affair is 'ettled I o:ily i of its bonds, which are held by soothes the child,softens the ms.aUaya&11 pain, 'question. (beware of miblonp.J
and is the best known renedy
will bi the loser. It i : In il that after I' the New England Loan and Trust com for regulatesthebowels diarrhoea, whether, arising from teething or Dealers.. will .pie,-t seau fur descriptive 'CJtalojr A: S .
frtde 'iplF.l at lowest 34
thirty years of labor 1 5..all 1m-e to face :: pany. The company holds bond. tor other causes. Tweaty-flye cents a bottle. I'rices7 .

'. tiK world ngni i r.n:I win eerihing :: $2. 50I, )0, secured by mortgage. ------- OK L}.S MONET ; BJ other : .. f

biiavr. It is an old fore and au c.'p-n tore I i! The republican stats executive COIl1I I Opened for the Season. be Cmted as repre-cnU-d.htatt I al.still:}. guarantee Lip a Ran It.r'. *&; I. t

that I am taint; to i.tal an 1 that I hope : mittee of South Caroiita met at Columbia I any honest wan or trctuao. en tr.a. ,, "t.

to heal in a ye:T or tv.o. I I and decided to recommend William 1 A man vhp is interested in his own satisfactory I win jay freiiLt btif:- '.-. '"
.. f
"I mador -: nt'? in England to :I welfare win l to know tlri I casL and J10 a mobtb on a Place aed .-V ;
ang i Mabone. of \irginia for a place in Pres- >e pleased : $5 a mouth on an Organ till taW ,.'_: .1 t'' r
turn ov>* all m'- ;)ronertand left for I, ident-elect Harrison's cabinet. A memorial more tLan ordinary rent Oc tsar it;: ...enJ :.

Toront > aViios- itn.rell ue v rerward. !! to that eifect: will te forwarded ANDREW GIBSON terms anyone cat own a Instzutv.ttt: N'1. $ I t....
1 em. arkeJ at L erpool Ch-isimu day. FREE \TALOGUE ecctalnins aH fc.i ,*t = ,
Tlu Nova conn had a rough voyage I to Gen. Harrison in a few days. rN FNCE Keeps the finest oysters to be found inTltiuville Sheet llusjc. String, \ iclic. 1l.Dle.. : .it.,*. 1,' -;,
Lordenn, and in fact etrry iIu eftA I.*"r' :.0 :;
The United States
all the \av to ILth .iv. The trip to To- following senators I II that is made,and at very low prtttf Srr.l fpi .-::oar I.
romo took ughieen day in alt. Of I were elected by tho legb'ataics: of their I 'te CaulogueB. I bare 29.WO viam ct Cinin r

course we lay oat for a few hour*' I ieoj.ec: ,ive states: James McMulin rep., AND SERVED IX STYLi': TO SUIT PATIWXS.0 Music at 1C cents per toi'''. 5.Wit: boots of ( tt.: t"

"Do you intend to take up \our residence i Michigan; VIm. P. Fri e. rep., :Maine; I Masicat 10 cents vtrcojy. 5.000 Dwi. ... fC '.:J ;
Vocal "
and Instrumental 1tU&kat :* : -
in Toronto ke, I E. Walcott, rep., Colorado: Lhas. F.
: was a .
cents at J ,
Any piece of sbeet mask pwbrMs"1.
1 am incl nei to th nk I shan" he Manderson, rep., Nebraska, and v eo. F. pC'jnnJ r.ro', i, ; S rt Plain and Fancy Cake made .to order. t t5Q per c ?ct below pothsher*fncc. dock. ci I t.i-

aid. My wi.e is (x/m.n.. on next Tue Hoar rep.,, Massachusetts There is no t\t a.o ViJ 1c. tr.rlB Bal r's Bread kawl. pieces each sheet iiiutic size, I* n.... aki urCatalogue. _
.
C.JEN'CE OF LFE alutiys on -
poYical change in either of them.
day. bcicutiSc aatl Standard Popular Msdical Treatise on
"Ha e ,.- oi j eo'A ed to go into any A dispatch from Virginia City, Nev., tha Errors of Youth. Premature Decline,Nervona Also a first-clavh! Barber shop attached. A. B. Campbell Jack evilly, Fit
of the Blood I
Impurities ,
auJ Physical Debility
bm.illes,
reports the talo of Sutro tunnel im 1er a I Meals ut nil hours; from 5 a. m. to 11 p. m. (Mention this par**.i **.|TT'
*>ot up pre-t'nt. It will take coiisideral decree of for c.osure. nailed oy the i Parties des rn6' to leave on morning mail .

>l' time to straighten ott my own niter States circuit court, took Dyads I boats and hacks will please note this. '
.
and [ finish that l -_ _------- 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt
aicirs, 'Mt"st ore I yesterday. The property was did in bf I' r f

do anythi&: el-e. Henry C. Dibble, of man Francisco. for PARKER'SHAIR

tho Sutro unnel ccmpany, vf 'New BALSAM Low Prices. r

NEWS OF THE WORLD.Debate York whiv.li now holds the mortgage of le8ultUlgtrom Folly,Vice,Ignorance Excesses or Cleanses and beautifies the hair. 6O.OOO in
McCslmont Brothers, London. The price Overtaxation. Enervating and unfitting the victim .Promotes a luxuriant growth. Nursery

t I paid was $1.;;25OOO. It is uucmbtood for Work,Business,the Married or Social! Relation. [Never Fails to Restore Gny
has begun in the lower house Avoid unskilful pretenders. Possess this great Hair to its Youthful Color. Apply to W. H. SHAKPE.City f\\

ot rongress on the bills to admit five of that the property will be reim yed to work. It contains;30pact!,royal Sro. Beautiful [Prevents bao.an Dandruff<*. $1.0)at and Dru hair g1sta.",Calling Fix
Poiat.
the territories as states. the Sutro lunnei ccmpanv. binding, embossed, full gilt. Price,only$1.00 by JI
the of the ., mail post-paid concealed in plain wrapper. 4.11ns- -
During charge police at Waterford -
Win, J. Harrison the defendant in the tr five Prospectus Free If you apply now. The I !
Martin -Harrison breach of promise case in Ireland upon the crowd dNtiigniehed author Wm. II. Parker M. D., rec -

at Cleveland admitted that his relations which \' as accompanying persons who ived the COLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL Traveling North South take
or eLine
from the national Medical Association
hid teen sentenced
for partici,) tin in
with the plaintiff had been most intimate ; for the PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and
but denied that he had promisedto the Manchester "martyrs' demonstration PHYSICAL D ED I L IT V. Dr.Parker and a corps

her. Ho said that he had given n police inspector and four.e n constables of Assistant Physicians may be consulted confidentially :n S. I
marry S.
her at diifertnt times at least $10,000.B. member were of parliament ihiured. from Jehu South O'.../nn')j, THE PEA, by ODY man or MEDICAL in person at INSTITUTE the office of allory ,

F. Oberlm a business man of Independence Tip- r\o.4o Bnl finch St., Boston Mas, to whom all
per rv. aghast whom a warrant was issued orders for books or Liters for advice should be "
0., has absconded leaving be- for offenses: under the crimes act, directed ca above. 'V icL: Fern.aD.d.l.D.a. Jootwoon i

.Jiind him numerous creditors.A has been arrested at Charle.


new tested for invention rolling at Sharon pipe,for Pa.iron hydraulic was successfully machinery nominated General as W.the D. republican Washburn candidatefor has been CL WEAK KIDNfYS..Ii New York and Florida, Boston, Philadelphia and the East, I


united States senator f'om Minnesota '"
Wilson Wilder and Sol C. Dees revivedan D. )I. Sabin 11 BACKACHE Sailing
beating ire ell' t'eua-
.
old quarrel at Shelbyville. Ky., andDees tor, in the republican caucus FROM NEW
YORK CITY FROM FERXAXD1XA,
was shot and killed by Wilder. Achlns:: Sides and lUck, Hip, Kidney and Uterine :
Daniel Reynolds, colored, ,.. as taken The Frtnc tukruptcy: ill pao-;**. the Pains, Rheumatic Sciatic. Sharp and Weakening PIER 21. E. It., LVEliY FRIDAY CENTRE hTBEET WHABT ETIBT IBCBfW
senate jeotfiJ.iV. 'the measure h s :- e- I Pains, Relieved in one minute by the CUrticura An-
from his house at Helena, Ark., bv nine cial inteie k at the pr.b.iu uti.e..te.u r>Cit ti.I'ain Plaster. The first and only instantaneous I The Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAX ANTONIO, BIO

men and whipped so severely that h{! enable;:, tae 1 auama caual i psin-kilhug strengthening plaster. 25 cents ; five I GRANDE.
o"-t aij.to for $t.CO. At druggists, or of POTTXB DReG AND .
died.
conver' the olu oicani 6tti, n n.10 anew CHEMICAL Co.. Boston. 1 Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable sailing alternately. Taltk.
-
The Campbell county chancery court toad n Pimples, blackheads chapped and oily skin cured the best on the Coast.

has ordered a'resale) of Harper's rolling: The passenger train on the >.or:\\e-t by CUTICTBA SOAP_

.mill, at Newport, Ky., on the 30th of and Florida narrow gauge went tmo :gn SCHEDULE.

January. the bridge over the creeK .>1 u mti!:...-, s-o.uh HINDERCORNS. SOUTHBOUND, from Pier 21, E. River New York December 2tb, Jaauftrr 4th,
Two clairvoyants were arrested at New of Montgomery, Ala i A.L .id The only mire CUre for Corns. Stops aU pain. EnsOTes I 11th 18th 25th :
ng.nter comfort to tbe feet.15c.at I>ru > ist&. Ilisoox&Co..N.Y.:: ; February 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd.
"
Hagen, Cenn.: under an od"Blue Law a white man, and a ctloreu r.reni. n are

which provides for the punishment of reported ki.led. YO' CONSUMPTIVE NORTH-BOUND, from Fernandina, 4:30 train from Jacksonville.

fortune tellers. Hare TOO arPARKZrR b.Bronchitis Asthma. Indigestion I tae CITY OF SAN P. 31. l>ec
A few days ago, in Newberry county, :: '8 CINCER TONIC. !* has wed ANTONIO Ca tale Wilder..ThuRKlar,

It is not believed at New York that S. C., James (.'. Banks was *h t and I the rfrom ,cases and 1*heft remedy for. au ills arwin STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams....................- Jati.\J
Claus Spreckles has obtained the entire badly wounded by Butler Bank x Next !l defective n: rltJoD. Xakeintime.MADE We. and 11.014f CITY OF' SAX ANTONIO, Captain ""ilder..ThuNI3j' w 10thK

sugar crop of the Phillipine islands for day a party ot men went to the house of STATE OF TEXAS, Captain '\"1 lams.-' 4 1t t-tL.

his Philadelphia and San Francisco refine Butler Banks antI burnt hi i dwelling and I'f WITH BOILING WATER. CITY, OF SAN ANTONO. Ca tarn Wilder........:...... I' u u pith

eries. outhouses, in the presence f his: wife STATE OF ,TE... 10.S.;, Captain WilliamsDirect .................... 11 '6 3J4
Col. Wilson Vance is quoted as saying and children.
I If"'''' SS all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Rr Xa 21 E. K.. Se.Ywk.
that in his ex-Governor Foster petition has been forwarded to Gen. a h'H1n4 as
opinion tij AQ-Spt"Cial Agents are located at *" principal points bro''Sb Florida, .hre tkhlt nil
has a better chance for recognition in the Harrison, signed by every republican I I isvca information. obtained. ,

way of a cabinet position than any othe& member of the Nevada legislature and 1 1rORTING.'COCOA '5tate.rocmand.bertha J"ccrhl1n advance from J*cniUI and Tenwildte cffie
j f GRATEFULMADE \ 1-Trains: from F. R.* .
: .
N.
', ; rnn directly to hir'.aide at FernandJK
Ohio republican. by 54 out of 55 re; ublican numb rs of j, S3-Any further Information can be obtained from

At Somerset; Kv.. James Pemberton r ? the California legislature, ray in. f-.i i' J. Y. C'CTI.ER. Pas ecpr Aunt corner Bar and Ilocan street,Ja l cnia., Fta.U. .

while intoxicated, ordered Chatles Che the appointment of M. M. Estee, of.Nevada w. 8OUTHWICE. Agent Fernandina.*Fla.
+ H. H.
: EAYMOXD General
clot to stand aside and let him pass. to*position in Gen. Harrison'scabinet. Traveling Agent

Cheviot refused to do so, and was shot .rj t I I : WITH BOILING MILK. C H. MALLORY & CO.. General Agents, Pier 20 E. B. OT YORK CHI.

Had fatally wounded. by Pembertcn-




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this Disease That IsConllng
r, 1fbat.ts o. J. EEOTOB., SOE..CrBUl\.1:
.Upon Us ?


Like a thief at night it steals upon SCOTT'SEIULSION Hardware anGeneral EVAPORATORS

unawares.: The patients .
.. us .' '
r about the chest'and ; J.: _
pains
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have : Produce ..
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rr-va. -
sides, and sometimes in the back. .1.VJ..lJ..J.u


They mouth feel has a dull bad and taste sleePy, especiallyin ; the OF PURE COD LIVER OIL .--... 1tiERCHAU 1. And Syrup :)ail;Crsupplies.: :) .

td : ?;1 <=flLO
HYPOPHOSPHITSS
the morning. A sort of sticky Melbourne. i Florida; .

collects about the teeth. Theappetite Almost as Palatable as Milk. \ For
slime Catalogue ;,uj Cucf
A. M. Hamilton & Co. SorghumCHAPAN
is There is feel- 80 tfiegnlsed that it bo ,
poor. a can taken,. Gr:. crV
w Guide: JJrecs
digested, and assimilated by the mogfetultlve :4
like a heavy load on the stomach stomach, when tho i>i*iu oil Ii'fTT'vrrLs, FLOSIB1,
ing cannot be tolerated; and by the com = n
: ; sometimes a faint, all gone nf tion of the oil with the hypopuo Wholesale Dealers in fe CO( EifilSON I 1ND,
phltei is much more efflcaclotii.Bcmirtalle .
,,, w sensation at the pit of the stomach as a flesh producer tht River i Oysters .. FfE

'which food does not satisfy. The Persons gain rapidly while taking 1U e.:.. ,,

';:..f"I* eyes are sunken, the hands and SCOTT'S EUULSION is ncknowledged bJ dH FISH AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMING:
cold and clammy. After Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation -
1&. while in the world for the relief and cure ol OqM Green Turtle and Game.
.
a cough sets in, at first dry, CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA; ;.c-.M
few months it is attended GENERAL All or Ics 'wJl: do;v' p. n/ DEBILITY WASTING i
.; but after a DISEASES EMACIATION \.'- = whether by telegraph,
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,
letter 1'-
,: with a greenish-colored expectI COLDS and CHRONIC or. person. .
. : COUGHS. --- -- ----- -------
oration. The patient feels tired The treat remedy for Consvmptian, and : can rants jJC.OO: per AXPPerpettal
Wasting in Children Sold by aU Drugget mei AGENTS 1)mv roIt se'lwjr! ociVe
all the hilc, and sleep does not Worid\.Lnt.1l.i.rot; low\ price bet s.the.\ 1

to afford any re.st. After a !:rD PLUSH PIZOTi'Iat.tt'jI ILBCJ7. EvaioratorsImproved / 1
seem 834 x lO: '. tmbossed ...
padded :'lilt'S. gout edges extension :-
4x'1 time he becomes nervous, irritable O clasp. holding 32 jacts of Cabinet: and Can!
..,,./ pictures: sent for 1,CO,retails for flS5'bound alsc ,XD T'- ..,
} and gloomy and has evil forcboJings. T utt's Pills In Japanec Jlo-ooco lUt.strntcd eirellbrs FRKfit : -
\&i tu.utwt a u r.u ILK k A:fLA mSaEicS+

.1.lJ There is a ejiddines--, a sort I --r't'Ll FO''b4.'t'd.UCJIuldc._Jninn"1I.' ti. or---Ohio. jj' L' BUMS victory: Cane Mill!

sensation in the hcawhen
whirling FOR TORPID LIVER. nrt"p.,i'eF; t 9 doutle their newsy ..
CD : p\p"'mn oar Bl.1Sa.o 0..P".c !TTT.'
The t1vrI .rkJ : .tAt, .
< rising up suddenly. : fi FbishcJ "
COIr.1gated
. ,. l
: ? ., bowels become costive ; the skin, isdry A tem torpid, and liver pro
,f'q\n and hot at times ; the blood I &1 .-J. ,'. l'm t.!, >(.I.1 it 'r.y farily! Gir"4
: Sick .
.'it Headache, I i i,!*'*", 1.2',...!.:.,thnjj taiw>orrfi.iary lacirs.l :;;SU Prices: Low auu Goal iiiarantecd.
.
I '11
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i.:1
H'lt
1 : by l.rress for
Itfiei i
thick and the I ; r..
'li ; becomes stagnant; Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu- f .! *;*tlu: ,,.t "ui3: 11 J *1'0 have the test{ -,-.
i T !
tps;* ,
... t. : X < Pot IL till: U t
id:! whites of the eyes become tinged matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. .I P '0 m SSsOJ- / .{.' "FOacY'nJ: for_0_:iau!; t...*.tnate.l....."."i...,circuhT.CI.1.n'1U to,.) c. ILLt torr.

r'. l with yellow ; the urine is scanty There is better for these o ""T1ti
no remedy -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -
::::11 and high-colored, depositing a sediment common diseases than Tiitt Liver 91 -ai.
Pills,as a trial will prove. Price,25c. k40 = lifJ Geo. E. Chase 11Il .Ui'E!> 81XU SA100X.
:{,< after standing. There is Sold Everywhere. ,

t; frequently a spitting up of the food, --- ---- -- UJ. cro JLJ If you want -ale n ;'-n 1 ca-<;- Lave,

If-: sometimes with a sour taste and r >; -- -:- -.- .-.:__ : ,, .f 1}: ".'. Ship Chandler As clean as b:!b1)ere'g'J",
( 2bo Just call en iue a*, ra/. saloon: ,
:a ip1/....t.. sometimes a sweetish taste ; this is I > At iaomiue, f.e, o lltel x n.

:! frequently attended with palpitation I CUREF1F1 I'll
and
cut "ob '
I'\j IJotit and \ ele Siii-plie*, all kind { ) ; cur h.-r x,iC: grac'
'
).}' of the heart ; the vision becomes 4O S Patent Anchors. Chains, Blocks, lo suit the cnrtcur of your facv-

l.' I impaired with spots before % Iiw Canvass: (Galvanized Wire To jcu I'll give a sccu .hajrpcoA
1 Hope, all sizes, Tents. The art cl v.i.ich is known to fie',.
. ( the eyes; there is a feeling of prostration Spruce Ladders,
and weakness. All of those: c'C: :;. Q Cojipui Paint, ;;al's, 1-2 saT*, (Its.SHH''tUnlsh Ij"scLscr's, shaip,ill\" r;,..!vl"'* been,
:c1 gal's, 1-2 garsgtsits. )fy op is :: ,\..vs: .d clean,
J:) symptoms are in turn present. It tIJ Oils and Leads, all kinds. Al111. everything 1'ra urcyo'Vll find, \,
IT! F. W. DES OE & CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS;. To suit tLc t l*.e auu.iea&e the mind.
one-third of
1 Jij} ; is thought that nearly When I say Cum I do<< not mean merely to
disease in stop them for a time,and then have them re. In fart anything for EuilJn.g orSaihur boats And now torrLo! iutciul
has this p.t.oai.
aJ our population 1-4 ,
: ;; turn again.; I MEAN A RADICAL CURE. HBB
I have made (be disease of Harfb ElocK, 90 East Baj: St., Just ccce along and t"i'a,-,0ur Iriend-.
, some of its varied fortns. P' And I assure: \<;t.1 will\\ try

, J; It has been found that physicians FITS, EPILEPSY or 0 hi J.\CISOS 'ILLL'. FL.t.. My ve.v tt0 .sati.>iv/ uiav"
.
,
>- L"'J --- ----- -
Q"". have mistaken the cause of this FALLING SICKNESS =: -

i!):" 1 dibcaee.; Some have treated it fur uG A CORE life-long the worst etudy.cases.I T7AHRANT Because my others remedy have to I-] WM. H. SHARPS,
failed in no reason for not now receiving a cure, 8
_. Ih'or complaint, others for kidney Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE: Cf"p

,. < digit i(:>c etc., etc., b'lt none of these of and my Post INFALLIBLE Office. It REMEDY.costs you Give nothing Express for a H HrJ REAL ESTATE AGENT
: trial, and it will,cure you. AddressH.
J.; kinds of treatment have been attended =W
.Q.ROOT M.C., 183 PEARL ST..NEW YORK Jd6tIr'L
:a.. with success; for it is reallyconstipation EWf' : ; *f =5CiQ F fCITY

.t and dyspepsia. It is ,uat.e .
'
1 :
also found that Shaker Extract of POINT.

ii Roots, or Mother Seigel's Curative tIe"O I
Land sold ;
oa Out tiint with inteu or
t Syrup, when properly I prepared I .J. t1 ....-. on the lc:;.-.e ay*t tea. cr for cash.

:....+, will remove this disease in nil its I r'" = Lands
cleared
< and planted, and carea for
: Care must bo taken however tie4 if
stages. desired
: eoQ ; by contract or otherwise.

, to secure the genuine article. PYtj RJ
.1-/ Refer to E. M. Breese. Detroit, Mich.;
!
w / IT WILL SELL BKTTKU THAN COT'ION. ; : Jno. C. Norwood, TituvUe! FJa.; B. W.
H
fCHILLSMt EVCH'7T 1 0Oo and J. Stra,Ttuewell Court House, Va.;

10'r.l John J.;. Hemptinstall] of Chulafiruieo -' and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for
j jsPTa bJi s= whom I have m (1erore..
, '; Cleburn Co., Ala., writes; $

::.. "}Iv wife has been ho much bone- \tk" 1 L'L1 ,
' f-d If any dealer says he has the W.L.Donglai
fitted by Shaker Extract of Hoot, Shoes without name and price ttampea ox
i : g5'B the bottom, put him down as a frau .
:
: tipS
Curative
or Mother Seigel's Syrup -

:I"t that she says she would rather bo rl'al' Ql1CD '-ill U'R YOUR HOMEIS

r. without part of her food than without t I 1 ,
FURNISHED
NOT
I the medicine. It has done her 13 CJkLLTZD THEWonderfu
,- Ghil! and Fcvsr Expeller! -CJ = fJ'
x more good than all the doctor:- :find rfila WITHOUT ONE.
It cur"' trv fhi'ls n'il f-+e' to ".' G fu' fistef*,
all other medicines put together. I giv.b 1.Li Lre; :% -uiJ.ti the SAVANNAH.(:0.., Nov. 1, 1888.

would ride twenty miles to get it su tercr. Z Forty Thousand Southern Homes made
Lippinnn IJiother*. Whole-ale Ipruggi 4s, happy with fine instruments since 187O.
into the hands of any sufferer if he Bole maiuifaotnrer> an,l Inollrietor;. Lipp- and still the good work coca on.
Ol = Pianos and sold last
3,000 Organs year.
1 can get it in no other way. L believe inann black Savannah, (aa. 5OOO.our mark for this year.Lower Prices;
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Better Instruments; Easier Terms and
it will soonsell in this State greater Inducements will gain us this In*

better than cotton.TESTIMONY : I-d ::s: MCO creased Thousands sale.of Homes yet unsupplied with
m m Instruments that might to-day be enjoying
l-f itI = them through our easy system selling.
FROM TEXAb.
CASH to pay down not needed. We hare
I0 A FLAN by which, WITHOUT RISK,anyone
of Varner (Prickly Ash,Poke Root,and Potassium) can obtain fin Instrument of any Styleor
: Mrs. S. E. Barton, Price making either DIONTHLY,

Ripley Co., Mo., writes that she CURES S QUARTERLY paid for, meanwhile or YEARLY enjoying PAYMENTSuntil use of W. L. DOUCLASFto.

had been long of Noted with dyspepsia SYPHILIS Instrument.No ..' OR
extortionate prices. No Risk. No For SHOE
and disease of the urinary r feltare of all cash paid if Installments cannot GENTLEMEN.Be .
Primary Secondary,and Tertiary Svphilia,Srph.illtic 'II be promptly paid. Contract perfectly in the world. Examine hi.
organs and was cured by Shaker Eruptions Scrofula and crofulous Eruptions FAIR and EQUITABLE protecting purchasers 85.00 GENUINE HANI>-SE\VEn HOE.
Ulcers and Old 80resi Rheumatism and from imposition or lots. 84.00 1IANIV8EWKD WELT 8IIOE.
I Extract of Hoots. Rev. J. J. McGuire oil diseases of the I those that have i 83.50 POLICE AND FARMERS SHOE.
Write ns and we will point out the way to
resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely 82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SUOE.
merchant, of thesame place, Blood to the Purifier.wonderful power of P. P. P., the great get a fine Instrument Easily and at n. Low $:.25 and WOKKINOMAN'.S H1.75 UOYS SCHOOL S liOE.tii2.0O SHOES

who the medicine Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888. All nude in Congress, Dutton and Lace.
sold Mrs. Barton ,
SCROFULA I I ---I Better than any before offered. PrJee.LlU'lreb W. L. DOUCLAS
says he has sold it for four years Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL

and never knew it to fail. Is an Imparity In the Wood producing Lumpur OFFERS IUpright S3 SHOE LAORE3.. I
Swelling. causing Running Sores on the Anne, tIP'I Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting.f .
Legs or Feet,for the cure of which use P. P. P., = Piano [ not sold br your dealer, write
lIE WAS ALMOST DEAD.I the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these aaI only $200 W. L. DOUGL.1S. liKOCKTON. MASS
diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., ao.. % Octaves Overstrung Scale-Three
was so low with dyspepsia that giving new life and new strength. CD Strings-Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed FOR SALE BY
-Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,$600. "
there was not a physician to bow BLOOD. POISON '-- Parlor Organ only $65Four C. J. HECTOR,

found who could do anything with Cured in Its worst form ; sometimes H cases vi ithErysipelas Sets Reeda-11 Stops--Couplers- Melbourne, Fla.
: me. I had fluttering of the heart ,where the patient was in Ettrnal Pain Handsome Case. Catalogue Price$ OO. "
.
ana by the physiciar: lu some ca-ea
given
up
Stool Cover lnstructorMuslc Book
and of the head. One Scro uloU Ulcers broke 011 till the ivtrty was a NOTICE. ,
;. swimming niasa of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. \aa and all Freight Paid.
day I read your pamphlet called procured and ths: disease yielded quickly. ::> Other Special Offers just as good. Largest Stock Oil Monday tIlt 4th due of Fcbrua}*,
South to choose TEX GRAND XAKER3.
from.
ISSO. \\iJlapnIv to lIon. illuorS.
"Life Among the Slwkerd,which dis- RHEUMATISMAnd SOD Different Styles. Can lUll all buyers. WnU Jones County Judge of Brevard County,

cribed my disease hotter than I .ot for catalogues"Sharp circulars and Flats and"fftnngJuU Free Copy and of raluaUe our new Fla.. for Jenvejto. quit claim the interest
In aD Affections of the Blood P.P.P.stands I paper of[ Texas Sheffield a minor, in ami to the
't could myself. I tried the Shaker alone really wonderful.and unrivaleJ, and &:ice of Pa: cures are information following real estate In said county ;

Extract of Roots and kept on with If you suffer from anything like Syphilis,Scrofula REMEMBEROUR LOW PRICES. East half norttiwectquarter of somhuttsjuaiterieetjor
.I Blood Poison, Ulcers Old Sores, Eheumatifim OUR EASY TER3IS. 2>, T" r'.rtheCwt i quarter fjouthtroct
;! it until to-day I rejoice in good or any disease of the blood be sure and ONE PRICE: ONLY. qiiaritt' ...fCtQ, :'S. township 21
P. P. trial.
s.. health. \Ir M. E. Tinslcy,' Bre- give P.P.P. P. (Prickly a Ash, Poke Root and Potassium HANDSOME OUTFITS. south range 3;, t"**; also tL... 1, 2 and -I
)Is no secret patent medicine like the manyon BEST INSTRUMENTS.ALL section 22, towrsbl i vier, Muhlenburg Co., Iy.t the market. Its formula is on every bottle, FREIGHT PAID.
and wutheast; of houthw .t
east : .
quarter
of its and ;
thus giving a guarantee purity : ; 'i'> v 13 DAYS' TRIAL.
t For sale b)"all druggists or address eomenesa that no other blood purifier does give. MONEY SATED ALL. barter. section 5, tovroaijii. '2uouth,* range
; '.
'
i the proprietor, A*. J. White, Limited Llppuun auO Ere proprietor*. Wholesale, Jjfv Drujc:&'n ists block, "cenanc.factnrers nav.: :': .:. ; LUDDEN&BATESSOUTHERN 3.5 east.. ''. $ It*;;.*., GuatdianiTtc JV. ,

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_.' ,.8 : ". THE FLORIDA. STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 24; 1SS9. $ ,
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_. LOC.lL L..VCOXICS. )Ir. and Sirs. Hatchett are proud of J-_. ._ .

-' -*-IVo thousand: \ choice two-year-old their heir an infant daughter. ':. This Space is Reserved forThe

-?lemon and ten thousand orange buds for -Titusville can boast of a baby born OY4 SROYAIdax'1 .'

sale by E. S. AVilev, Titusville, Fla. with a tooth. The infant daughter of

-Sunday school], at the Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. J. Rogers having this pecu

Cb rcb.mr-ets at 9:30 every Sunday liarity.

morning. -Bin ley's huge circus posters are on -YIOA- Peoples's Cash Bazar

-Mr. Gifford, of Indian River Narrows the bill-b ards: for an exhibition here on ..I

gave our office a call yesterday February oth. See advertisement ,


afternoon.Mr.- E.. L. Brady has rented, for a page.-One of our prominent !i

storehouse, thAt part of the Lund House chants will lead a favorite young l : On Corner next to Railway Depot Titesrille.
heretofore used :l9"'a saloon. this place tothe bridal altai about ,

-Miss Murphy, a relative of Captain dle of the coming month. so we :

and Mrs. Paddison, arrived from North formed.Mr. -
Carolina the end of last week. F. G. Huckabay i is in

-Mr. Vv. H. Gleason returned to Eau week ]looking after his furniture bu

last week after visit to He also has purchasod the King
Gallie a lengthy
FAIR WARNING TO r
ALL.
different parts of the State.A rant on Main Street which will
aged by a friend of his
full case of one hundred Cape Ann .
oil suits just arrived at J. LirnbaumXin -All those persons who fail

all sizes, at 2.25 per suit. ... the road pr pay their !I PB.JCES AB..E GC7INGDLO -+.
Saturday evening of this week
lot Main has been
-Another on-- street !
ceive a summons from the ': ,
cleared and fenced ; the next move will If Yon Don't.ant to Get Hurt "tftanii from under. 3;;
appear before the Mayor and show
IHJ to erect a house thereon.Expre : :
The schooners and '' in
lSpv"
- V\*.' :. Norwood has, short
s Agent : --- -- -- --
in charge of Captains Olson and m
been. quite ill for the past few days, and Will Exhibit at
arrived here yesterday on their
I we are glad to see him around again. .
I Key West. We learn these are \
-Capt. Fischer has finished paintingthe ment boats built specially for the
hull of his schooner above water-- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
Coast Survey, to be commissioned
line, and is now bending on sails again. destination for coast service. ,

""*-R. W. Dixon, a commission mer !! 1! .

chant, of New York City, gave us a call "TIicEditor Dccst.'ict SJuI : F b1 1-.1G\ry 6-th, 1S89. t

on Tuesday afternoon on his way downto Fla. Star: /O to POSITIVELY RAIN OR SIIISE,


-Melbourne.Mrs. M. .A._ Lowden, who owns a those DEAlt who SIR-I took hope part' your in this I -;per-. BINGLEYS & CO.'S BIG B. B.

\' ;young ofange grove a short distance from ment will excuse my oversight oil

.town, has just been having a small house handing you tM short description : EQWE
"Skule" in time for ]last Thur.3 *
erected in the grove. .
..\., AND1LONSTEB.
-The well-known New York commission per.The
I costumes of most of those
:
I' Mr. P. Iluhlman, is now on CO.,
map played the! "Dee::trict Skule" ..
Indian /liver i as is! usually his custom.
quaint that it was difficult to
He is a guest at the Grand View. ,
them, so it will be necessary to ;
-Mr. A. Becker, of Montreal, Canada, my remarks principally to the : and 23 EUROPEAN MENAGERIEThe

arrived on Indian Iliverafew days ago, and to those who e parts were the
to spend two or three months. He owns
ing ones.
a fine orange grove at City Point.A ) Crowning Triumph of the Century.
Dr. Graham in his Grand Arena"or1d' Miis-euni.
fine line of samples of clothing Tripple
the half-starved Yankee :; Racing Carnival Railroad Zoological CJarden
made to order from the Philadelphiafirm showed the proper conception The Glory-Crowned Capital of \rondt-rIaDd.
Jacob Reeds' .Son can be seen
,
at Jake Birnba um's. Call and examine character in figure, action and 6 Six 6
His
stern command and Embracing Separate Departments.
them. marking the chalk for his ; I l City 1

-Rev. Mr. Foy i is expected to returnto "toe the mark," caused the One Old Fine Ring Show. One European :Menagerie. One Wild Wtt

this place this week to resume the burst forth in laughter, and the IN Exhibition. One Egyptian Caravan. One Mexican
Museum. One Blooded Stock and Cattle Fair.
pa torn a e of the Presbyterian Church. mantic effect of his"foot prints in the
ALL SEPARATE DEPARTMENTS. ONLY ONE TICKET TO SEE ALl-
friends will be to welcome "
His glad
many of time, brought the loudest -
him on his return.J. of all.]] He was ably assisted by Moral, Mighty an Iatchless

-- A. Durst, of Crescent City, the scholars, and also Mrs. Wiggins GRAND FREE STREET PARADE AT 11 O'CLOCK .\. 31.

pioneer well-sinker of the State of Floridais twins in making it a burlesque : Be in town early and see it all. Prof. Zamora makes a grand Free n.Uooa.\.J.
cension 4 in his :Mammoth Air "New Orleans and while in aid air
:: at : p. m., Ship ,
in TJitusville. For in- Katrina's representation of the
now operating will make a Descent of 1,000 feet with. this Parachute to the earth.
formation address Box 211. lander girl was one of the best : '.
Two Performances Dally, at 2 and S p. in.
Mr. R. C. ScrimgeourJiaa completed given by the pupils and the -
Positively the First Standard Exhibition that has visited the South for many &
a side-walk in front of his property on i her composition on Florida year. :No Gambling, Street Raking or Confidence Men allowed with this "l.or
Washington avenue, adding much to the most amusing.The i'l will be permitted to apply this vocation in the places where this :how cxLibi."e .L
improvement of his place and aiding the "Skule" was preceded by \\ guarantee protection to our patron, so Thieves md Robbers Keep Out t'f
Town when We Exhibit here.WE .
appearance of the street. excellent solos, a duet and a trio- ; a
itation by Miss Elliott, "Black]
- -
-Divine service will he held at the
Last Leap and a by
; song
Church Sunday morningat
Episcopal every
CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
Strahan, only five years old. "
11 o'clock, and in the evening at 7:30.
Sunday school at three o'clock in the guerite" a pathetic romance song the people of Indian River to our stock of Goc :o'.
afternoon. All are cordially invited to dered by Mrs. Himan charmed which we are offering at very close margin.
attend. our music-loving people, and it We make a specialty of

j an encore, but admirers were too
-Our local reporter last week failed est, or something like that, to call f .
to mention an addition to the census of Mrs. Himan has a well-trained, Groceries Grain Hay and Flour :t

Titusville, by the arrival of an infantat to voice, and a number of our 1
the residence of Mr. W. S. Norwood
ladle would very much like to hear On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock ofGENT'S
and also at )Ir. J. W. Rogers', who is
.. now the happy father of a bouncing baby guerite charming again.effect "Broken)Iis.lims Pitcher"sung FUR HSHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS ETt,

girl. encore with the Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly> t
an respanded \
their interest to give us a call as we are selling .hot'sery low. t
the
-Ir. G. H. Altree has accepted
waltz-song, "Gathering the Myrtle AN- We will be pleased to quote prices at any time. E
position as purser on the steamer Rock- Mary." :Mrs. Strahan's part in r

ledge in the place of 31 r. Dickens who and duet was nicely taken. and E. L. BR.AD .

has* resigned. The position of purser on had played the accompaniment for tk

tlis steamer has not been held for any gie Strahan, an encore was called f
ROBBINS & GRAHAM
length of time by any person for the past he appeared and sung "Grand fr
.
year or so. Spectacles." The little fellow tF
I .... t
-Mr. Robt. Hanson, of Canaveral, was the bouquets of the evening. Those .

in town the first of the week. On Tues- are acquainted with Miss Elliot's REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.i.a

day afternoon he started down the river tion as being a fair exponent of the .
in the interest of the '"City'harf.." We cutionary tact and talent of a
I hope his subscription list will be largely must acknowledge that she recited w
much credit to herself. Our
augmented in both names and amountere entertainments are quite enjoyable LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

his return. all, and I hope we may soon see the 23
-We wish to draw the attention of expected opera of "Pepita" given Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
folks of Titusville. : '
our readers to the advt. of S. A. Belcher young .\ 1 I I Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 per _

& Co., who: Have purchased the interestin r'i cent. In twelve months.
the Indian River Bakery. Messrs. Wanted. Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000. I
Business lots from $250 to $2,500.
Belcher & Co. to
promise supply good Female teacher, for a small t
bread, etc., so our readers would do well -term, three months-Salary $ .

to give them a trial.] Sams months, (Courtenay.and board.Fla.Apply to Agents for. Florida Southern Railway Lands

-Capt. J. F. Reed returned last Fri-
& More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every
from Ohio where he received Xoticc.
day Bogart, -
I county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and getable ?
medical treatment which has resultedin Land Office at Gainesville, and B
Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre |
.
a great improvement to his lip-in Jan. 5th, upwards.P. |f
Notice is hereby given that the
fact it is quite cured. His mother, Mrs.
ing-named settler has filed notice O. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .
Weraple, accompanied him and will re- I intention to make final proof in ]

main with him for a while. his claim, and that said proof will be A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .
before Judge in his absence the
or ,
-Ir. Len Gardner is in town this -- 11. r
Circuit Court. Law.
at
Circuit Court, at Titusville,Fla., on) Atty.
week with his new sloop recently completed 4th, 1889, viz: Alexander Forest, of : ,
by Bessey Bros., of Waveland. ville. Fla., II. E. 10249 for the lot 1 BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.
Although we have not personally in- tion 1, township 20 south, range 85
lIe names the following
spected this new craft, we are told that prove his continuous residence upon Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to ali land in Dre-

she is fitted up neater in style and workmanship cultivation of,said load viz: yard county Florida.
Brack Revels George Hunt,
than boat on the river. ; -
any Jackson and Buttler Capbell all_of Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .
This being true, her owner has reason to. over, Florida. -

be proud of her. 39 S. C. TUCKEB 0, \ 25O, Titusville, Fla.



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