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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: November 21, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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.)
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LOCAL* T I/AC0NIGS.' .The schooner Queen, Capt. JcFadden -i, -Miss Fannie Hobbs, who has-been -Mr. C. 0. Blythe, of Jndianola, was -Mr. A. Hi Abrahamof 4* Savannahwas <'. .

-Our hotel are getting welt-supplied and son, ,arrived here Sunday evening sojourning for,' several months in Titu- in town Saturday and Sunday. registered at the Grand View Tues'
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_ :|Vith tomatoes, but oranges seem rather ville l Monday for New Orleans., -Miss Doty, of New York, registeredat day. ,,,.n

; rce.Yr. -Mr. J. H. Brelsford, of Lake Worth, -There were a large number of arri- the Grand View on Friday last, and -Some of our prominent young ladies .

8. Byder and, children arrived ,was an arrival on the steamer St. Lucie vals on the delayed: train; of Friday left for RoCkledge next day. in town are busily engaged making pre: ,

from New York on Friday, leaving next last Saturday evening.Mr. night last'week. The evening train did -Mr. B. R. Paxton and wife,and Mr. sents for Christmas. : '

dij for their home at Bockledge. .- Cline, a representative of the not arrive, here until after eleven o'clock.If Edward Paxton, arrived here Thursdaylast -Capta.in W, P. Underwood and his x ,

-A cistern, to bold' 1,000 gallons,ofinter DaC
has just been built_ by'M.. M. B: was in town last Friday and secured order, or repairing done. visit Nolle's -Mr. Walter lowland was at the In- yesterday on the steam launch Livinier.T

Bonnell at the Episcopal Church'rectory. several orders from our business shoe shop, located in the old packinghouse dian River Hotel Saturday and Sunday, -Mr.: Jas. T. Sanders,. who has been

.The estimated cost of the new marine men. adjoining the Lund House, for he but business has called him down the on a few days' trip to Courtney, returned -

dock, to be built by the Indian River -A new cistern has been'built on the can please you.Titusille. river again.Mr. to the Indian. River Hotel Monday' .

Steamboat Company at Eau Gallie, is rectory property adjoining the Episcopal now*has a Sunday train ]S..P. Dye,of Lake Worth, came evening. *>

$ Church. We learn that Mr. Sharpe, and the,mail leaves on the Sunday morn- up on steamer White, Saturday evening, Captain- Paddison went down the

OOO.The present railroad schedule is the expects the last of the this arrival month.ofhis family. about ing train for the north and we have an and left for the north Monday to purchase river, on steamer White, Sunday, and IS r 4

most satisfactory one to our town that evening mail the ,same day, arriving at various articles needed for his hotel. now busily engaged .pi1e-d iving in the,.,
-JJr. Zeke Renaker formerly a resident 6:25. This will be accommodation .
a
been adopted by the railway great -
Ins of ,
ever: -Mr. W. J. Duncan and wife arrived neighborhood Rockledge. \ .
: of Titusville,. has returned to his to our business men. .
company here last Friday, and left next morningfor -Captain Hawley is again busy onhis ,
Former love.
His
time has been
.When you get ready for Christmas spentin -A class of St. Gabriel's Sunday Rockledge. Mr. Duncan is engagedin new boat which he intends'christen

pods ,call on Belcher & Screyen, who that Kentucky his where he' has improved so School 1 are being instructed by Mrs. Hap- the fruit and vegetable commission ing "The. :Mutual 'Life, and hopes to V: .
friends knew him.
will have the largest stock of toys, etc., scarcely persett for the rendition of a little oper- business.Mr.. have her launched, two or three week V: ;
to this maoket. -Mr. James Mitchell has taken the etta called "The Little Gypsy." It will .
brought time.
em -? Lewis Powe and daughter, of
place of assistant postmaster in the post- be given for the of -
purchasing
The steamer Georgiana started down purpose Ansonia, Ct., accompanied by Miss Whitney -Mr. J. S., Watson returned from ,a"*;
office which was given'up by Mr. Charles another window for the church.
the river Tuesday afternoon Captain Howard. Mr. Howard will and Miss Cumming, arrived here on trip to Jacksonville, Tuesday afternoon; ,

)riper in charge, the repairs to her probablystart -For Rent-My place in Titusville Friday last, and left for Rockledge next whither he went to secure orange crates't
down the river in few weeks to
a
boiler having been completed.Mr. house, oranges and lemons in grove and morning. for shipping,fruit, and he "got there",all
write up a series of descriptive articlesfor
land for also horse '
James Silvertooth has really gota the STAR gardening; wagon, -Messrs. H. Q. Hawley and Cojilis the saine. ,
harness cultivator and. saddles for sale
little baby-foo/A, which arrived one day Ormsby who have been down the riveron -Mrs. Usher, widow of the late Judge: .
'-The Florida East Coast Canal and cheap for cash. Apply onthe premises.
{1st week; weight, over eight pounds lately an insurance expedition, returned on Usher, accompanied by her son, Mr..Jno.P. .'
Transportation Company, mentioned W. A. RONALD.Mr. .
Mother and child.are doing nicely. Sunday morning, and report their trip as Usher and boy, arrived here Tuesday
in these columns as making arrange J. E. McClung,. of Palatka, ar--
Captain Harry Shaw of the Life- having been fairly. successful. evening and started for their home at
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menta for the work its canal
pushing on ,
rived here
and
Sating Service, was in town Sunday and Tuesday evening started -Capt. W.. B. Watsonwho is still in'Vilmington City Point the,following morning.Mr. ., .
has let the contract to Rittenhouse Moore
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next day to make a tour of the river as
schooner Corinne and Del., looking after the two : B.. has received his
Monday with fhe i F. Sackett
& Co., of Mobile, Ala., to complete the far as St. Lucie to,visit all the stores on
Mn. Shaw was also with him on his new steamers of the Indian River Steam steam launch which he purchased from
cutting of the canal to Lake Worth within the river, soliciting orders for goods. He
morn trip from down the coast.. two and a half years. The entire dis to here about week. boat Company, is expected to leave the Captain R. A. Hardee, and will at once
expects stay a
-Mr. A. L. Hatch, of City Point, returned -, tance of the route is 300 miles. above place on the 20th inst., and will, proceed to overhaul the machinery: and
-Mr. Geo. W. Eddy and wife, arrived, be here onthe 24th.
from Jacksonville last Fridayjkight probably, repaint the hull. The boat will be recognized 4
-Conductors Hill and Kidwell who
whither he went to make here Saturday evening'.from the Signal -Mr. W. H. H. Gleason, who has been by many on the river by her ...
s arrange- tad charge of trains last winter season on
Service office at Jupiter. Mrs. E. is on a
all at Eau, Claire Wis. name, the "Margie," built by Joyner &
Wits for the printing of the Brevard away summer K
River
; the Indian : Division, have been six weeks' trip to New York,, and'Rhode
Chicago and other places north, returnedto Booth a little Qver.two ago.As
for the years
Count/ coming season.
Pamphlet placed in charge of the trains
passenger Mr.
Eddy escorting her far
Islands as as
his home at Eau Gallie Thursday soon as the necessary'work is attended
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Mr. W., C. C. Branning has opened aaFed again this season. Each of them arrive Jacksonville. They left g;on the noon : -*
morning, weighing twenty pounds heavier to she will be quite a trim little craft .}
the WashIngton here alternate Conductor Hill'smany
market in building on evenings. train
Monday. than when he left Indian River. She has seating capacity',for about 15 t
avenue, used also as a jewelrystore. friends were glad to see him here d '
-Miss Louise Jones. ,'a sister of Mrs. W. .
This will save some of South Ti- again, his first arrival being Monday M. Brown, arrived, _'here_ Ja" Friday evening -Rev. John Foy delivered an eloquent persons. iI .t.
taiTiuVs citizens walking so far for their evening. He is stopping at the Grand sermon on "The Creation Man," Sun- -Mrs. F. U. Villeret, wife of our y [
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from New .Hartford Ct., and will,
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View. day evening, which was listened to with genial conductor on the morning train;
probably, remain here during the'winter
steak.Mr. Jacksonville wrapt attention by a fairlyy large congre and 'Mrs. Chas. H. Watson, wife of the i
his returned from '
T. Smith has
W. new dairy -Sergeant Hersey season to enjoy all the .amusement.our -
now In operation and is delivering milk last week, bringing, with him little .tow. .#o.i.B ifl is;thegue: t of gation. A few hymn. books distributed courteous and obliging purser on the .
around the Church' would steamer St. Lucie 'started *
,Presbyterian on Monday'snoon
regularly to his customers every morn- one of the new "Yost" type-writing ma- Mr.and Mrs.,>,Vl. JBrowo.;. .>x:
ing. He thinks of moving his family to chines. This machine is considered the the" t Sun- appreciated by,,the congregation.. 'train, on a,few'days' visit to friends .
-Among passengera'arriving
a house near'the dairy; so he can give his most perfect of its kind yet produced ; day evening were'Mr. J.R. Diekson and -Messrs. C. J. Hector and J.T. Hogg Jacksonville. We are informed that-:
; Mrs: Watson has been some
feature is that the were at the Grnd View Hotel Wednesday studying .
entire
attention to this i business.Mrs. one peculiar printing .
wife, of Rockledge accompaniecl by Mrs. :
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with the striking of last week, having come on the operatic pieces, which; no,doubt, she will "
ribbon dispensed types up
M. E. Titus is having her cottage Dickson's father and family-Mr. R. H.
Mrs. learn, to perfection ere her return. We .
inst the producinga steamer St. Lucie to'meet Mr. and p
directly ,
painted a pink tint. She informs ag paper Patterson, wife and child, of. Chicago.Mr. .
Goode and family. They returned home do not know if she will produce the: ropera
sharp and clear impression. They are <;
tu that the color is than '
rather deeper Dickson was just returning from a in town this :
valued from' to 100. next morning. We are always pleased to seaso. .
at $95 .
she expected. Anyhow it makes a de- visit of three months spent at Chicago.
Kentucky see the founder of Melbourne in town. -Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Goode, Master
cided contrast with the other dwellings .-Mr. C. R. Coffee, of Owensboro. '
i. -Capt. E. E. Vaill and Dr'A. Anderson -Mrs. A. J. Mitchell and she Allie and the Misses Grade Annie and' .
near by, and, looks quite unique. accompanied by his son; Mr., G. family ( ; ; .
tit W. Coffee have been stopping in town of St.Augustine, arrived in town on has two girls now) left the Indian.River Jessie Goode arrived here from Chicago '*
-X.... W. M. Brown and Jim Bow-
Saturday evening'and left for Jupiter, Hotel afternoon to her Wednesday evening of last week afteran
man went out last Saturday for a few days past, and are expected to on Tuesday join : ,
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quail hunting locate here. Mr. Coffee is a man of 84 on the steamer White, Sunday afternoon, husband, who is in charge of the Signal absence of six months, and left for

birds moraine and brought back thirtytwo years' of age, well preserved and able to where they will, probably, engage the Service office at Jupiter. MM. Mitchell their home at Melbourne next,morning, .
with them. Titusville and vi-
take considerable exercise 'for a man of Tarpon or other.yacht for a few days'cruise made many friends while here, who will where, not doubt, all their friends were m
rich It as good field for the -
will a sport&II1ID his years. His son is a brother-in-law of on the ocean before returning miss her genial smile'and pleasant manner pleased to see them and welcome them. t .
aa be found .
anywhere.Mr. our townsman Mr. Josh. Lewis, who is home. ; and also little Ruth, who was the back again. Mr. Goode was presented* ''-', ..

Bunnell, the' bricklayer and mason taking" great pleasure in showing these -Mr. Grotjan Ronald arrived in town pet of the hotel. with a valuable gold watch by 'the 'employees :

bade, was at work on the artesian well gentlemen around. Sunday evening with his sloop from his .... -Under the present arrangementsthere of Lincoln Park,Chicago just before '

Monday, putting in a new escape -Mr. J. E. M. Hodgson, of Eau new place on Merrill's Island, near will be'regular services held at St. his departure for Florida._, It fI'A

pipe to lead the water into the sewer Gall in town with the Kathleenone Brantley. His! spring gardening is doing Gabriel's Episcopal Church, Titusville, present worthy of the givers, and'friend. .
was :
which follows Main street to the river. and if his Goode should feel of it doubthe
day last week. We are pleased to finely} vegetables are growingas on the 2nd and 4th Sundays in each proud ,as no

The Marshal has also repaired the sewer. learn that he expects to engagejn mer- rapidly as his young beard is we doubt month. The Rev. A. '1'. Sharpe will also .is. They reported Miss Fannie,Gcode' '*

-Mr. E. JL 0., Mundee, of Jackson- chandising and shipping business at that not but that Brantley is the place to live be in charge of the work at Rockledge, wedding as having been on grand scale.

hue. representative of the Timtl-Union, point. With twelve artesian wells, a and stay at. Merritt and Courtney. On the 1st and -Senator Wilkinson Call addressed a.
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,arrived,here Monday evening and called first-class hotel, two stores, a church, -Aching teeth filled and saved with- 3rd Sundays in each month services will large audience at the Grand View Hotel,

feints on the river from here to'MelV abcesses treated successfully. Roots and at :Merritt.
length, a marine ways, numerous. sailing by Judge Minor S.'Jones in afloat ,lit
>urne, expecting to return to'this place craft and five large steam launches this crowned substantially. Plates of pure -Mrs. Sinsabaugh of Brooklyn,N.Y., speech as "the best friend of the great

oa this evening1 steamer. I winter, we think,Eau Gallie is making a Para gum. Broken plates mended. Bad- sister of Mrs. McClellan and aunt of Mrs. State of Florida."* Senator Call had: 1

-Dr. Dodson called our reporter into fair start. ly fitting' plates corrected. Teeth extracted M. P. Robbins, arrived here at 11:85 last many friends in.Brevard. before hia visit, fc

)&new dental office,*Monday, and show- Messrs. J. P. Turner and W. S. painlessly. M. D. L. Dodson, Friday night, and will, probably, remainin but his able speech and genial DlfDUrl' ..ii

td him how neatly he has everything are Graham, with their families, left here on dentist Washington avenue, Titusville.The Titusville all the winter, Mrs. Sins hare endeared him more than ever to our ."f

aged In his new quarters over ,Rogers Tuesday morningfor a four days' recre- slooopP-yacht Naiade has just baugh seems to 'appreciate the change people. It would impossible to give .
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Go. i clothing store. He has his entire an. Dora and the ocean been launched from Simonson's ways after from the rigorous climate of the north ; anything like a lust report of .the Sena :

outfit now at this place, and is ready to belch, and are expected back to-morrow receiving a* fresh coat of paint and is and although our town is not very large, tor's address of one and a half hours; it '

attend to dentistry in all its branches. night. We are informed that as the admired by all those who have seen her. she says she has had some little difficultyin enjoyed by the audience,

-Bev. A,T. Sharpe will hold morning ocean, beach at El. .Dora,is very level- Had the Naiade been in the water when finding the main thoroughfares in the as was amply attested by the vociferous i,

*nd evening service at St., Gabriel's permitting the bathers to wade out some Capt. Brelsford's new boat arrived there immediate vicinity of Mrs. Robbins's cheers with which he was repeatedly -

3mrch next Sunday the 24th instant. distance, and that all the party are provided would have been a. chance for a test of residence. greeted. He proved his_ loyalty to the

Horning'service Comm noes at 11 o'clock; with latest styles in bathing costumes speed between the two boats. -Commodore Welch and W. H. Reed, cause 'of the people, sharing that from 4'.

; at 7 ftclock. All those who have that sea-bathing will be one of 5,000 to 10,000 people in Florida were d K -
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= -Deputy United States Marshal E. of Boston, who are: winter residents. .

.f.IIieled..t to this gentleman are well pleas- the most enjoyable features of.'the trip., Brainerd, of Eau Gallie, who has been Banana River, arrived about noon, Tues- prived of their homes on public lands "''.' .
with his terse and Interesting dis- and these lands granted to railway cor-
-Mr. E. M. Brelsford arrived here connected with the case of the Hon. J. day, with Commodore Welch's new boat,
toUI1e& r"The porations in violation of'th U. S. laws,,
last',Friday,from his summer trip north, W. Ewan (ex-member of the. .Florida the,Vogue, coming from Savannah, out- .

weather r flanged rather sud- bringing with him from New York a Legislature, of ,D de county, who was side, to this place in about sir ,a)'!. The and without the sanction of, or ol any' Powthe ',",
-iI granted by Legislature Florida..
er ,
: 7. el:1nd: 1"'fJ'Qm.a. 'warm morning Handsome cat-boat called the Aurora, accused of fraudulently and falsely alter Vogue is a sea-wor hy looking craft,

haooo l evening and a chilly northwester whiohhe- is now the owner of. She was ing and changing the election certificateat measuring about 27 feet injength and.10 That' because be had dared to protect:

11. xxt, Wninf/ With pur present launched"from'the'car Friday afternoon Elliott's Key, in November, 1886), arrived feet beam, with very high sides and only these actual settlers he had been assailed

tai 8cbe, t liifet, .the cold weather and.Mr.Brelsford started in her for;Lake in town Tuesday evening. In recounting drawing 12 inches of water, with half a and abused ; that he would p- Te"h1s-

corne 9n !$ :run the people' 'from the, Worth Sunday. The Aurora is nineteenfeet some of his'adventures, he said ton of ballast under ,her floor. She is position correct, and 'send the ,people. ,

;. 'rip! portions of these..4 United, States to long, with a beam of about>: ine feet Key West kept ,him a prisoner for 25 cat-rigged properly speaking, but has a i of Florida public documents from 1lfe
to what he statecL While
4'QD011l ; ington verify .
da. and is undoubtedly very 'fast, judging days owing to the yellow;, fever scare.. short bowsprit and small jib, to be used he to 'all corporation be did '
was just
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WnJ. i..u for orange trees bud-, from her model. She has extra large sails He. was quarantined: twice-once for when running free with the wind. In '
not believe in these
giving :
cdrporatioaa tall
4e4- ''t ree y HB. in sour stocks. Alsowary for racing, and on ,her arrival at Lake twelve1 days, and.on another visit they windward work only the mainsail is used. the lands in Florida. He showed '
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varieties 'of, pineapple plants or Worth the Arthur B. a& fother crack detained' him thirteen days:-which;was_ The boat.is admirably fitted lip inside the State
in
Jk?"** how two-thirds of ,the lands
*!?u4 Also ornamental tropical plants. yachts of,that section wilLwye' toiryber. I fjuHe .;a surprise ,to him., Although .hestftyedat for camping ,and cruising and her light belonged to the'various corporaUqa

,wu., .and lowest The sloop, Naiad would".r erymuch. I the house'wherewas,. ,.said the draught .l s a special advantage 'for the now land certablyjight : 'o't.
and he of the "
I thought some_ ,
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delivered. at .'Rockledge., :'" ,.State., liked to, have eftpee ;.' w-I :Iter'_ ,.laist i yejlow feyer'patient had been',Mrs Brain jimte. she.will.tra v el. ,Heesrs. Reed and "to belong a the- pe&pk. s

uli. ,atlictee,....' ,fie'. -n... ..'Di.p was..baulgL dirtp i, Simo&son's:;.waysat erd.feys he do belieyefit- .'was yellow .Wh loaded their. ;freight, which. ,wa ; _,:, : '.

r' Jlotef" Indian. &r' the.tim.'i ea rig up for the Rimer; -fever',at,all He )left kr,'his home.a t a wasting them liere,;andstartedfoeii ;1i T rif: nilline of:crush Iiats and fine'lot

1 .FJ a. peon' xAy. ; Eau Gallic yesterday.- $ .. winter quarters t morning/ otW1iitJ_ ,received fti at Turner-toftf.* .. .

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"' ::5 THE FLORIDA STAR. :THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1889. .
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." \ <' ; TheHa: boys and the War- ,Consumption Surely Cured.
him.nll of road.
nelson had filled yon readers that
weTe' the body out maD boys,three each on ;a side had a To m.EDrro--l'leaee inform for the abonnameddJeeue. 19 Wants.-
He then dragaed hue siUTe remedy
I a
of the
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locking the fight last summer'wheD one! BJ its ,timely use thousands of hopeless
sidewalk n up
BLIZZARDS The 1Iamlm cured. I shall be
.killed.
permanently
Xoon. intending-to Warm pays was cues have been
the ,
depot tried and bottles of mJ remedy nz to any
arrested and, one to send two
.! ?tSdn for Ros dale, the county bOys were ; other two of glad readers who have consumption if they w01
,. your
penitentiaryThe
," sent to the ; a4dren.
,- continued gave .
Whlfe the train he heardree cases were Respectfully
awaiting of bail .It is .upposed that Hanihnwas. T. ASLOCUM, M. C.,181.Pearl it.. New York
Seem to Be All the Rage I one .
m wSThreatening to kill Nelson on shot by one of the Warinans. 34 ._.----- ii
West at :Present. Nelson did not'Wait,to be killed $100 Reward. SWATSON&COyFORWARDING

drawing his revolver, he shot the Some Bade Proverbs.A .
subsequently of the STAR will be pleased
d ad. Nelson The readers
New Mexico Has Another Bosedale and gave himself up, contributor to The Freisinnige Zei- to learn that there is at least one dreaded
.
;' So Has Colorado. was not placed under arrest. Great tung has collected from all the foremost disease that science has been able to cure
prevails at Shelby Depot, nations of the world a heap of "proverbsof in all Its stages and that Is Catarrh.

armed negroes and whites are pa men concerning womed. It appears Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positivecure ;
$attaae and Iowa, Not to Be I I the town. The bodies of .the from them that the southern people.who known to the medical fraternity.

;:Each Come to the Front With negroes are lying on the depot count themselves the most chivalrouSand Cat.arrh being a constitutional disease, AND COMMISSIOHMERCHANTS(

storms 8nowed-In Passenger uncared for. gallant toward the ladies, are more requires a constitutional treatment.
Food in their proverbsthan Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally.
Workmen Appropriate coarse and insulting
THE FUTURE OF THE HUB. acting directly upon the blood and
.Freight and Express Car to the colder northerners.1thougb surfaces of the system, t ere- I
mucus
t HUD er. Montreal Frenchman Say It Will Be the Germans, the Scandinavian and the by destroying the foundation of :

DENVER, Col Nov. .- the Centre of a French Nation. English are not complimentary to wo- the disease, and giving the patient

Blizzard is raging from the divide MONTREAL Nov. 13.-Pharles Thi- men in their proverbs, they are "rarely strength by building up constitution ,

try in this state, south to the nlt, a prominent French Canadian, brutal"The and assisting nature In doing its work. '

die of,Texas.. The Fort Worth a speech here Sunday night on the Frenchman says: "A man who The proprietors have so much faith In !

V4 sent opt'orders to start all trains of the French Canadian race, has Vife has a plague." "A man madeof its curative powers that they .offer One TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. -

morning but by night the to their growing Pjwinthe I straw is worth double as much as a Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls I :
lay i said Send for list of testimonials. [H"
If- blocked again States. He woman made of gold. The Spaniardsays to cure. -: :- '
-completely' were God's people; that it is of Address JiWE i
I "A woman's advice never any
The Rock Island morning the design of Providence that they : F.J. CHEST & Co.. Toledo, O.reSolt1 .. WANT IHE
i it she will rail
arrived one hour late from the build a new France upon this use, but unless you follow by druggists 75c. 29.

and only got, through wit the tinent. The French Canadians were at you as .fooL" "Be on your guard
4ance': of heavy'plows preceding it. the majority in five cities m New against a bad woman, but do not put Are ron made miserable by indigestion;Constipation CONFIDENCE OF THE FW :

then no trains have anived on tne He predicted that they would your trust in a good woman." "Thereis .! Diziness.Vitalizer is Loss a positive of Appetite Cure., Yellow Sold by Dick IShiloh's I

Fe Midland',Fort Worth or Bio able to celebrate the 100th anniver- only one bad woman but every husband ion & Grey, Titusville Fla.Rheumatism WE WANT: ;
The Fort Worth passengers who of the St. Jean Baptiste society in i believes he possesses her." The .
You to be sure to Come and See TJ.
then be French
.n the snow-bound trains at which would Italians say: "If a man loses his wife anda and Catarrh.
far and the centre of a French he has only lost a farthing." both blood When you come to town.
-and Clayton got as as nation. New England would farthing, Rheumatism and catarrh are
I
where they were again detained.The become New France. The chief failings of the sex, accordingto diseases. In many cases they have yielded Vfa WANT

toil to Cattle' and Sheep The Yankees were leaving for the a whole host of English and German to treatment with B. B. B. (Botanic

The loss to cattle men and and their places are being filled proverbs, are changeableness and talkativeness Blood Balm), made by Blood Balm Co., To Talk to You.
in Colfax count1.cannot even be French Canadians who in half acentury the former of which is equallytrue Atlanta, Ga. Write for book of convincIng -

mated yet, but it is known that at will be in an absolute majority of men and the latter not disagreeable proofs. Sent free. WE WANT .
1,000 head of fatted beef cattle New England. The French Cana to men in the Latin nations. R. P..Dodge, Atlanta Ga., says: "My With You.
did her To Work
for market have perished or would also control Catholicism in The charge that "Women's minds and wife had catarrh and nothing any
a/good lost to good. Her constitution finally tailed and
Protestantism in
as
they are United States. "
Sraers, and not less than 3,000) United States to-day was a negative. April winds often change, and the lies statement in- poison got into her blood. I placed her WE WANTTo

sheep have perished from house divided against itself, which that "A woman's strength on a use of B. B. B.. and to my surpriseher You the Markets
Post on
in "
Six Bodies Becorered. ,fall Catholicism. Vas growing all her tongue, appear to be accepted recovery was rapid and complete. rI

Six bodies have been \ the time in a solid body. wlllCll would various readings throughout northern W. P. McDaniel. Atlanta. Ga., writes: WE WANTTo

date and- there are twelve or control the continent Europe. The specimen 01 a Yankee "I was much emaciated and had rheu-
and stockmen There were many places in the states proverb is characteristic: "Women can matism so bad I could not get along Ship For You and &e to Ycur SEi p

J' S&TmongthemO. W. termed by the Americans "Little Canada keep a secret, but it takes a big crowd of without crutches, I also had neuralgia ments here.

citizen of Baton ." They wtere the nucleus of a great them to do it." The Chinese say that in the head. First class physicians did
i prominent nation which would Then 1 tried B. B. B., and ....
French-Canadian no'good.
counting out beef steers from the "A woman's tongue is her sword,*' but me WE WANT 11
.,a herd when the first stretch from the St. Lawrence to Atlantic its effects were magical. I cheerfully recommend -
'J I. poney Snick the range len days ago. and be bounded by Hudson Bay. "she never lets it grow rusty.NewYork it as a good tonic and quick. To either Buy or Handle most of ta -
I Sun.
Catholics had failed to control '
*" The Irish cure.
" Drew on the Freight for Fruit and Produce of thissection f
1 the French Canadians in Burlington, Mrs. :Matilda Nichols, Knoxville. 1
Seventy-five men shoveHng and would likewise fail Difference In Eggs. of the country. .
from they everywhere Term.writes: '1 had catarrh six years i
Mount Dora were out off else. The French would yet be the Inform and general aspect the differ-
and
and a most distressing cough, my
two days and nights. They got dominant on this continent. birds' is endless. Someare WE WANT
race ence among eggs were much swollen. Five bottles of
snowdrifts and eyes
of the
*heap out Thibault simply expresses the senti- elongated, some ,are spherical, some B. B. B., thank God cured me." Yosr
A delayed Buy
'and ate them. Know if we cannot
' I.' train was cut ,off from eating ments of a good many of the people. are dull on the surface,some are polished, John M, M. Davis, Tyler, Tex., writes: You to it for You.

three days. They drew on an CHARLES P. LINCOLN, some are dark and others gray or white, "I was subject a number of years to Products, We Can Ship ...

.car for food. The laborers who others very bright. The shape of eggs spells of in amatory rheumatism which
'/ snow, when hungry topped Of Michigan, Made Second Deputy Commissioner offers as much diversity as their size and six bottles of B. B. B., thank heaven. WE WANT ,r
containing canned goods with of Pensions. thrown however, has entirely cured. I have not felt the
Titusrifeidistributing
weight. They may make
live Nov. 12. The presi- 29 You to help us to
chisel or other tools. Two WASHINGTON, forms-the slightest pain since. 4
into six different or typical
Charles P. Lincoln for the Products
being shipped in a dent bas appointed & point
r the were hungry men cut their of Michigan to be second deputy com- cylindrical, the oval, the spherical, the For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you have a of the river and sell our
oviconical and the elliptic. The bottle of Shiloh'a VI. ,
them missioner of pensions. ovicular, printed guarantee on every
ate The report raw. says a sick man Charles Perez Lincoln was born at ovicular form of eggs belongs to the Pas Grey ilizer., Titnsville It never Fla.fails to cure. Sold by Dicksou. & Products here. p
I
with two children lay on his Coldwater j Mich., received his educa- ser and Oalliacro, the ovcld to the ra- :

days helpless. He had only tion in the sublie schools there and at pacious birds and the Palmipedes, the A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh' WE WANT

,' ..J for nourishmentLoss Hillsdale college. While pursuing his conical to the wading birds and somePalmipedesi'the Catarrh Remedy. Price.. 50 cents. Sold by Dickson In fact to save you money, and can &"*
( studies at the college the call for three k Grey Titusville,Fl
.' of Life In New Mexico. months volunteers was made, and ; short to' some game and if you will help'us.
4 TBDODAD CoL Nov., l .- i'n Lincoln, then but 17 years of, many stilted birds and the spherical to "Hackmetack," a lasting and fragrent perfume.
young Price 25 and &0 cents. Sold by Dicksoo & Grey
1New'Mex nocturnalbirds and the kingfisher
ports tr oo Monday I age, enlisted and was made orderly prey Titusville, Fla. WE WANT
confirmed the previous acoounts sergeant of his company in the First If a farmer has o flock of 100 hens they ---
of life and increase .the i Michigan regiment of which Gen. O produce in egg shells about 137 pounds of You to know we are headquarterSfVegetables

bodies found in Colfax county. B. Wilcox, now. governor of the Washington chalk annually; and yet not a pound of ASTHMAfM bottleBentFreeto BE CURED. Crates, etc. ,
From 'iTamperas the news soldiers' home colonelMr. afflicted
was the substance, or perhaps not even an anyone DB.TJLFTBRO.RocheateiN.Y..
Mexican sheep herders perishing Lincoln was present with his
around the farm house
exists
ounce, CHICHESTCR'S ENGLISHPENNYROYAL WE WANT
second day of the, storm. regiment at the capture of Alexandria ;
Brothers, on the Seneca lost and at the Battle of Bull Run; he subsequently within the circuit of their feeding PILLS. To Sell Orange Boxes *a I
One man name unknown was recruited, and was made captain grounds. The materials of their manu- Bed cross Diamond Brand. you your
doned by his two companions, of Company C, Nineteenth Michigan !. facture are found in the food consumed )..ftua1ynUa1lJe.1'f1..1Mfuk tat Ml at*fw\IMJh.. Mt.- Orange Wraps, and will do it if J?-

sisted him as long as they could infantry; was with his regimentand and in the sand, pebble stones, brick 0' .w1...lllmerUalloL.B..1D Tekea..t ft411MW1101lo>.er.:8e.-kC 4e.pwdA1an will come to see us. If "

ty to themselves. His horse,was brigade, commanded by Geii. John dust, bits of bones, etc., which hens and ).br aDd "ReUet. nor
afterward frozen to death. Coburn, of Indiana; captured at the other 6irds,are continually picking from >m.1.--Cfe.leai w JIa4Iaoa tNt.q by a.aa.bq",Finada Nmn.C WE WANT

t I Another Begins. Battle of Spring Hill, Tenn., and con- the earth. The instinct is keen for these !. tie
Snow had been falling at fined' in Libby prison for several apparently innutritious and refractory' OBATEFUI+ -COMFOKTINO.EPPS'S You to know that we are Agentt ret
v since morning and a high wind months; continued in active service and will forw 5h
Lime
Ocala Rock
substances, and they are devoured withas ..
ported from there at 1 clock- with his regiment in the campaign of COCOA. 1
fight It was then 10 degrees the Army of the Cumberland.Mr. eager a relish as the cereal grains or it low down.

zero and the mercury was Lincoln was for several years insects. If hens are confined to barns or

a "+idly. employed in the internal revenue service outbuildings it is obvious that the egg BREAKFAST."By WE WANT
I i ; "in 1875 was commissioned by producing machinery cannot be kept a thorough knowledge of the oatnHl laws i
In Southern and Western President Grant as consul to Canton in action unless tho materials for which g'Tern the operation of digestion! and nutrition You to know that we burn our <**
long and careful of the fine
by a application properties
t ST. Louis, Nov. 1,1.-A China which office he held until 1.88i, Lime and of course
the shell are supplied in ample abun- of well-selected Cocoa, Mr Eppa baa provided Oyster-Shell ,
Kansas City Tuesday when he retired to his home in MichiI onr breakfast tables with a delicately-flaTor-
Advices from southern and I gan. 1883 he opened a law office in dance. "Popular Science.The ed beverage which may save us many heavy doc can give you bottom. prices.
Kansas state that a blizzard is Washington; is well and favorably tors' bll... It is by the Judicious use of such arti.cles .

,over that county. The wind known In, G. A. R. circles, having serv- 1804 Dollar. built of up diet until that strong a constitution enough to resist may be every gradually tend. WE WANT '

the northeast Monday ed for two years as commander of the "There Is something curious about the ency to diReaVe.' Hundreds of subtle maladies are Cesfirt '
brought with it snow, which in famous Kit Carson post and last yearas American silver dollar and half dollar floating around us. ready to attack wherever thereis You to know that wPlaster e handle .
calities is drifting badly.At commander of.the department of the a weak point We may escape many a fatal shaft and Hair.
Wichita the snow is flying, of 1804,",said a numismatist. "There by keeping ourselves well fortified with pur Hood .
Potomac. "
: and a nourished frame Civil Service
properly -
Syracuse the blizzard is at its were about 20,000 of the dollars coined, Gazette: Made simply with boiling water or milk..
Abilene, in the center of the A HORRIBLE: DEATH. but not one of them ever got into circu- Sold only in hall-pound tins,by Grocers. labelled WE WANTTo
-ports severe*wind and thick of lation. Two of them are in well known thus : JAMES EPPS & CO., Homoepathic mindJ tltit
Suffering
Terrible YoungLady
Agony a Chemists, London, England. 24-4L impress upon your
No hindrance to railway From Hydrophobia. coin collections today, however, and

"teen reported: as yet MALTA BEND, Ma, Nov. 13.-One of they are the most valuable of all American 'J' represent & EdWar" '
Thompson
witnessedin coins. Why the dollar of 1804 was
Nine Men and 16,000 Sheep the most horrible deaths ever
CLAYTON N. ,M., Nov. 15.- this county occurred Sunday when never seen in circulation after leaving C) J'; Chicago, ,,tt'rtd'
.,.
; from small towns and ranches Miss aadie Hurt succumbed to a mad the; mint is one of the unsolved govern- f r The largest manufacturers

railroad confirm the reported dog's bite. The young lady was bitten ment mysteries. It is asserted on good q. /f ,,, revs in the west. and ieep co'4.
a and property during the late last Sunday by i a rabid animal, and authority thJt the two 1804 dollars now ti'' & ? et brands of V** i

total loss.of lifeeo far reported Saturday showed symptoms of the dis in existence, while having been made cPto.( ... V 5% .\o on hand the followipg
.
nine souls.Several P o Goods:
r more are ease. from the original die, were in realitynot "' ..V
loss of sheep in and around this Saturday night her ravings became so < ,, Orange Trees-
coined for after that World of Good for
;
: once is 16.000Several large violent that it became necessary to restrain many years ...\V 4 O e o m
y the creek are not heard of. her by force. Sunday morning she year, when they were surreptitiously 'Y ; < World of Good, for Truck!**

cattle will not be heavy as at appeared to be better and regai ned con- struck, and, it is supposed, issued to a 5 P ,l Oeoe .. 0 Pure, fine Ground Bone.

: 1X>>i d. 'Trains got through SCIousness. She was released from the I person high in authority, from whom / ., 0 y tioe o j ..toc and Potash.
Blood
Bone
out all snowed which confined her, and seemed /j f.r ()# *
were up again straps they subsequently passed into the collec- 7 'P .QiS '# ,
night to be resting easy, when she suddenly tions referred to. The half dollar of I TII$ ..o.T s ,# Chicago Bone Meal. +#

j Bllfccard in Iowa. sprang from thebed and dashed uponthe 1804 is surrounded by a mystery equally .. O -Y' Dissolved Bone. : > .
attendants in sucl a ferocious manner 'f ,o 9 6e
ST. Louis, Nov. 15.-A that they fled in terror. profound. There.were over 150,000 of .;. -04; "J1: '", ';r..
,SiouX City. Iowa; Tuesday She was locked in the room alone, these coined, but not one of these were -. e -o.,ti 4. S. "fj v. S WE WANT'5'You '

said: A heavy blizzard has known to be in circulation. On the 4 y0 t led
', and in her mad frenzy she tore ever 4:t, O o (;f V Qtst to know we keep on .
ing since 11 o'clock Monday her clothing into strips ana dashed the other hand, but 700 quarter dollars were b ri' Ij. A .
The snow is deep and drifted furniture to pieces. She scratched and coined in that year, and specimens of 0" c.o 'b'-lto v _-.: .,,: Sulphate of Potash, y? '
'
high wind., bit the walls and doors and window these are in every collection and numis- ;/ ( e e .. ,,4 \! Land Plaster,.. *

"Ii ,NEGRO CORPSES.- casings nails and until broke she off tore her out front her finger teeth. matist's shop- Philadelphia- Press. e'' 4t.". o 4.. ; &. ._11- "Y" Canada HTobacco- :' .-As.. .',._'0

;Two of, Them Lying Uncared for Physicians were hurriedly summoned, ; q"0 Stc.JBI.' .. _
Depot, Mississippi. and on arrival they enveloped her with a The Wry' Name Cotton a '
}
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 14.-A blanket and held her while they ad- Modiste," replied Mrs. Sinkerson, 61ft 1 .. $. f;

r Mate of affairs exist at Shelby ministered chloroform.As with an accent that was slightly.off, as S30p; JiTFREEWhile WE WANT. ..
soon as she was under the influence she read the sign on the red brick house. Ju.
of about
His, a town 250 You to Give Us a Trial OK,' _
.
,. of the drug she died. She presented introducing our fine work, if yon send asa -: '
New "Matilda what does that ?
I oa the Louisville, most horrible mean photograph of yonrvelf or any member of your "
'Texas railroad about a appearance, "Don't you know what that' means, familY,we will make yon a full life-ftize CRAYON WEWAiT .
youth of Memphis. For some being covered with blood and/scratches, PORTRAIT FREE OF CHARGE. The,only eon
I the of that place where she had torn herself in her desperate mammaT said her daughter.That's emanother sideratlon imposed upon!ou..w be that yon ei.hibitit To merit your patron*?* III.. iI! ; :
negroes agony. This is the third fatality word for dressmaker to your friends as a sample of our work, 1.- ,

.avowed popular tljeir saloon intention keeper named of oe from mad dog bites in this county in "Well it ain't' a good name for them." and promise assist to us have in;it securing framed order suitably; so that that you the honest dealings, and wer> ea ; .

Sunday evening one of their the last ten days.Vefianlng"of. "Why not?* work ,will ..taow'to advantage. Write your fanBm TRY US.
awed Tidworth entered, Vendetta. "Why ..not Look at them two ball, .and adfee on bark of photo to secure Its '
I safety We caarantee its return. Our offer ia good -:0RespectCu111.:-
saloon and ;called for a SOMERSET, Ky., Nov. is.Evan Ham. dresses you'got last week. Yonwoul&a'tcall for a few,daxronly. and the sample portrait iswrth. '
.
:' which he refused 'to pay for. lin. while riding along: the road oa anybody a't made such things a ,..990... being.fine a*can be made.' Address, :
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started toward the negro with mile south of Greenwood,was shot ad them<'ffibdiMe/would oar-3CerchantTi'sveler S?'a 6 Washington Street CHICAGO ILL
hon of ejecting him, when killed :.' i3feS" ,'t -!.*,,* ,.a,; t'.Liqed Idle Size P ortrait. lUpae
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:: THE PLOKIDA, STARTHURSDAY. NOV. 21, 1889.Frcach J'
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t
dry goods store ,in the 'eame'Building. '
the two store rooms being oonneot COTTON CROP R-EPPRTS. 'CABDS.GCOBOS .. ,

AT' ifAGATN Bn&er & Allen last' fall' had $S7Op0stela Indications Yield 'M. RoBBisg WALTXB R. GRAHAM PiaRos&Orgalls
of Better
Than Last
i from their safe which :had been President Brevard Secy. Brenrd Ab-
'
'Y.ar, in Spite of Adverse Conditions Abstract Co. strict Co.
driUfdf and the money extracted. Mor
ton Tent before magistrate; and made WAs>mfoToic, NOT. '14.The 'November BOBBINS & GRAHAMATTORNEYSATLAW, ..
s. .a ocafessidn,'in which,he gave the name cotton returns of. the,department:
and Eversole If '
acrY"U of theferaon who, had been hired to agriculture show a remarkable variation you want to purchase a

i1 of Perry County, Ky. burglary. It is now be in condition in different localities. 'In Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned ,
lieved that he P.o. Box 250, TITUSVILLE Brevard Co.. FloridaLwill
was poisoned in North Carolina and the
i I for his-revelations. revenge "Vfirginia season practice in all the ountitt of the Seventh or give him a call. '
has been very short and excessively wet Circuit and in the Supreme Court. Special facilities -
Engagement Which Lasted and seriously injured by long continued for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. Can sell you any of the instruments -
BLOODY
FIGHT IN
A
COURT ROOM. Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs
.* Fifty-Two Hours rains in the season of blossoming. Ten- i
Over to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 of the best and leading
I Three Virginian* Fatally Wounded and nessee reports injury to the crop by wet -.

o Several. Other InJured/ weather, lack of cultivation and early TJ L. GATJLDEN, makers at prices that defy
Add Wfcfek Old, Ceased When the AmTTas LEXINGTON, Va, Nov. 18.-Reports frosts during the past month. In these .

.uUloa Exhausted-Three or received here from Brownsbarg a small states the crop is much worse than that ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, competition.

Tour Reported Killed and a Number Tillage of about 300 people, in k ook- of last year.Elsewhere. Pianos and sold
the crop is comparatively Titusville, Florida. dips on the Installment .
Wo ..-The War Breaks Out at. airtsiCqurt bridge county, fourteen miles north of late, especially from South Carolina to f
Rouse Burned. Lexington, state that that village is in a Alabama with of THRASHER,
of large growth weed. A.M. plan When desired. Discount
high state excitement .
over a terrible
Nov. In lowlands frosts have
16. early injuredthe
yfocsl Tan, Ky., -Spencer
and between
bloody the
Cooper, of The Hazel Green Herald, of the vicinity.fight Three leadingmen are crops east of Mississippi while the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .to Cnnrcnes on Organs.
in Wolfe county, one of the dead persons uplands in the southern belt are still P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA.
wounded while
pabusbed or fatally ,
ak number green, West of;the Mississippi, in a Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh
of this state '
mountain counties reached of others are severely injured. large portion ox the area, there has Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 All correspondence will receive prompt
&3 city Tuesday, and brings information The news received from Brownsburg, been no frost. attention.
ifeii aaotfeer bloody vendetta wad reported which is off.the line of communication, The weather for picking has been remarkably ALLEN E. HEYSER, .
from Ferry county. says that Dr P. J. Walker, one of the assuring the gathering with- E. B. WAGER, \. .

A man from that county Deports that most prominent physicians and out waste of all that is opened in excel- Attorney-at-Law and Conyeyancer. TItusvIIle! Florida. .
>i
B. Fulton French one of the principals surgeons of the state, had threatenedthe lent condition. The nW is grading '

ja the late French-Eversole war, which life of Henry Miller, a prominent comparatively high..Notwithstanding. Lake Worth Dade County, Florida. A. M. Hamilton &
section for and in and wealthy: citizen of Kockbridg ;4. C0i4
aged in that years, the rough conditions ; Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade
irfich a number of men lost their lives, county,,for insulting the former's wiie. arising from abnormal distribution i County lands. .

airs being tried before Hon. W. L. Miller had Walker arrested and placed of moisture, affecting cultivation, THUSYILLE,...FLORIDA, .,
Hani of Wolfe county,who was sitting under bonds to keep the peace. growth and fruitage, the indications of JONES & ATKINSON, .. ..
M a special judge, when French's Between 3 and 4 o'clock Friday after- yield per acre by county correspondentsare Wholesale Dealers,In 4.
friends attempted to take him from the noon the case came up in the.magistrate's 3 per cent. higher than last year. c "
eastody of the officers. court and the trouble soon So much still depends on future killing Attorneys-at-Law, .
started which ended in both sides Indian River
ysterS
The Court House Flr.d.In frosts and sunny weather for openingand Titusville Florida. ;
their Miller
drawing weapons. was that the result
gathering, cannotbe
that ensued it
the fight waa reported
killed, Dr. Walker wounded and
fatally known until T. SANDERS "
that three men were killed and very closely after J. ,
Mrs.
Walker, who was in court as a witness Christmas.
several others, including Judge.Hurst, FISH"
was killed. Dan. and William
There has not been -
severe general ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
shot the latter not dangerously. ,
care Miller, sons of the accused, were shot
loss by the and boll '
French's friends were successful and it and wounded. Samuel caterpillar worm, Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Ju Green Turtle and Game.
! it said the court house,was fired in order Beaver dangerously and others, whose names are unknown though the damage in some localitieshas dlcial Circuit of Florida.P. .
, them. At the time his informant been serious. O. Box.235. TITOSVILLE FLA.
dislodge
to are also injured. Full details 11 AU orders Will receive prompt and careful at.
left the fire was still raging, and of the affair are not obtainable. The THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY. tendon,whether by telegraph, '
, letter
- be& 'esbadsentforreiiforcementsPEry sheriff and a posse have gone to the DENTAL OFFICE-OF person. 17 Y
i* a mountain !county and remote scene of the trouble. More About the Damage Done the THE
from railroads and information hard Louisa, Kentucky Postoffice.
to obtain. Judge Hurst was the BepubVT McCaffrey Will Chnlle.i.> s-illlvin. DR. L. T. DANIEL, '
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 14.-The citi-
] candidate for congress from this NEW YPRK. Nov. 12.-Dominick Mss zens of Louisa, Ky., Tuesday held an COCOA, FLORIDA, NEW DRUG 'STORE
district in 1880. I Caffrey announces that ho wiiJ ciibl Will be at the Grand View Hotel, Tituaville, on
indignation meeting over the report the First Monday in each Month for one week or
Sullivan to nxu.ibtr of
FIFTY TO FIFTEEN. lenge fight any more. Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteed
rounds or to a finish: sent from there that the Democrats, in to be satUfactory. 11 Has on hand a Fine Assortment ofFBEH
the Battle Bages Furiously Until Ammu- celebrating the'victories of Nov. 5, had
demolished the postoffice purposely and L. DODSON DRUGS.I
t ,
nit ion is Kzhansed. Letter'Unlawfully Opened. M.D. .
exposed the United States mails to robbery ffi
LOJTDOX, Ky., Nov. 16.:-Reports from RALEIGH, N. 0., Nov. 12..Much excitement in their exultation'over the postmaster I *
the fight of the French-Eyesole: faoftieai was created at Selma Saturday B. O. McGlure. McClure sent DENTIST, ,.SPECIFIC REMEDJ .GUARANTEED
in Perry county continue to be afternoon by the arrest ,of Postmaster the statement to the postmaster general TrrusviLLE, FLORIDA. TO CURE the Diseases for which
and but there is Josiah Stanch and Assistant Postmaster they are Recommended.'
conflicting, no
Iteftger and asked for hel .
} Indian
notice
further
? until at
Jesse For weeks the Sel- Office IF, AFTER USING ANY OF TREK
etobt that a desperate encounter, corn.laeaeed Creech. two In a series of resolutions the meetingset YOU
at"Hazard'on Thursday, and is ma office has been under surveillance, forth that the damage was done by a River City Hotel. ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH'THE BESULT, .
fs&aps, yet in progress. as the .postoffice department was informed mistake as to the amount of dynamitethat Quality of work unsurpassed. 8 YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY1 RE-.

r A Letter from Hrden.A that letters. passing through it oould be safely used; that only F. LEWIS FUNDED.
letter received here Tuesday after- were opened and the money 'extracted.The three panes of glass, a transom and a J "We have no cure-alls, but a different
warrant' on which the arrest was in door. broken andthat Remedy for Each Class of Disease-
dated Hyden, Leslie county, glass panel a were ,
won ,
Xor.Ml.saya: made charged the defendants with the crowd at once made up an CiVil Engineer 1 and Surveyor for Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart

I ,A fight occurred in Hazard Thursday, opening a registered package and taking amount double the damage done to pay and Kidneys ; for Female Complaints; and
therefrom silver certificate.. Both TJtusville, Fla. also Ointments for Eczema
I begrnjuogat, 4 .p. m. and continuing a for having it repaired. The meeting Ringworm
were brought here, and taken before Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin.
1'1 ftftr-tjro!noura resulaing in the death men therefore held that the retention of a T B. BURCHFIELD
of three or four and 'the wounding of a United States commissioner, who postmaster who.would send out so slanderous > Give them a, trial and yon will not be
side held them to appear at the December. a about his disappointed. .
w MTMel tMr About fifty on quo report community ,. \
e sad fifteen on the other were engaged. term of the Federal court bringing it into dispute, would be a disgrace COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders J. B, SCREVEN Druggist

1 t It teak. ) hare continued. longer, but ,to the administration., A copy ofthe by mail will receive as prompt .
North Dakota Politic resolutions forwarded to the TTTUSVILLE FLA.
was
tee ammunition out on the Everaeltitte ,
f.4 ,.,and the1 gave left the town in thefettdtof CHICAGO, Nov.. 14.-A Tribune special postmaster generalPASSENGER attention as calls in person.

.4 the. French party., from Fargo N. Dak., says: ExGovernorPierce's Address: Georgiana, Fla. Indian River Steamboat. to( *
friends are getting alarmed over STEAMER BURNED. a
I' 'Killed and Jr'Jy.'WOUDded. the senatorial outlook Some of the L A RUE P. ELY,
. FffNM from that section reaching Fifteen! parsons on Board Rescued on Two
Schedules in
candidates are getting desperate, and effect MAY 12,1889. .
:li.e fcHky uy that Ed. Campbell and there is talk that Ordway and Johnson Bans STEAMER ST. LUCIE
Notary Public for the State at Large. .
Job Eversble Ore. Nov. w
the .
KoKnlgnt, of party have engineered a combinaiion that PORTLAND 12.Yesterdaythe Leaves TITUSVJLLE.................... 6 a m '
vm instantly killed Thursday, and There steamer J. H. Justice of the Peace 17th Dist.
on looks extremely dangerous. are passenger Libby, ,
Arrives at Melbourne............... 12
Jesse* Fields, jailer of Ferry bounty, and several other mob in the field also :who from Whatcom Puget Sound, was totally CONTRACTOR & BUILDER ; noon
ethers on the French aide are badly :are possibly in a position to throw a destroyed by fire in the straits be- Returning: .'

'ns ..d. fields will certainly die. victory to most anybody who can do tween Dangoness: and Smith's island. of over 30 years' experience. Natural Leaves Melbourne.........._........12 noon

s JUmost a gear's Quiet. something in return in the way of appointing Fifteen a::.sebgers'were on board at the finish a specialty.1 Arrives at Titusville.................. 6 pm' ,
lIMe the soldiers were fn Perry officers. The legislature will time. The Libby was laden with 500 Melbourne, Florida. 8 Above daily except Sunday. J'
ayeago. this have been com para- assemble Bismarck Nov. 1UAffM barrels of lime which got wet and ig .
tirely quiet, Ibotigh several killings ., nited. STEAMER GEORGIANA ','
Woman and arnnd> M'trdereil A. L. Hatch & Son
we' ocearred at interval. B. F. N. C., :Nov. 13.-In Johns. While crossing the straits a strong Leaves Melbourne...................... 5 a m
r.; ... the leader of one of the fao ton RALEIGH county .six miles from Selma, un- wind came up. Several heavy seas DEALERS IN- Arrives at Jupiter...................... 8 pm""
ti M; engaged merchandise in known assassins: went to the house of were shipped. An accident to the rud- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ., '
ElSM. .bounty, n ar the Perry> line, Mrs. Cenia Burns, a white widow, 63 der left the ship helpless, The passen- -
ai very seldom, goes to Hazard but of and murdered her andher gers were" compelled to take to two DRY GOODS NOTIONS Returning: ;, \ -1

thaa ht does ii accompanied by a years age, ace 1ears.. The house is rafts, the rapid progress of the flames Leaves Jupiter...................M..... 6am-:
*-<<'r armed eroA' d., Jle.standS h grandson lonely and had no occupants rendering lifeboats helpless One of Arrives Melbourne.................. 8 p mit
... in the Perry circuit court in a the old place woman and her -littlegrandson. I the rafts nearly foundered before those Hardware Crocker Saddle/y Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
' save ,
,
Barged with complicity' in the as&assiBtion Mrs. Burns was reported tohave clinging to it were rescued. The .
of J, O. Eversole, which oo- money. Three gunshots schooner Jean }Fills took all from the Stationery, Family Medicines as- Connection is made at Titusville

cursed laTeral years ago. heard some at the house Friday night rafts. The hull of the rfibley: was takento Garden Seeds, with trains of the J., T. & K. VV. Sys-
Erersole's Trlends. were the nearest neighbors. Port Town nJ and uunk. The tem to and from all points North and at

Neatly all the parties most intimately by steamer with cargo was valued at $30- CHOICE GROCERIES Jupiter with daily ,stage, for 'Juno (8 '
meted to Eversole: and otherwise 000. Hie Libby was owned by Herbert miles) where connection is- aacta' with
Dressing Children.For T. Beecher late government agent at I the steamer "Lake Worth" for all Iandngs .
adly to, him 11in..been away from Corn Fertilizers. I -
Mapes
Hay, ,
or school the plainer the dress Port Townsend. Several of United
Perry county for several months, fear- play : bags on Lake Worth. f
;C to go there at the'risk of their lives.FMftch for children the better it is for both States mail were burned on the steamer. CITY POINT, FLORIDA. W. B. WATSON, Superintendent t

6 WM present at Hazard during parents and children, for it is torture for SACRILIGltUS WORK. G. D. A C KERL'n. Pass. Agent. '

**ght Thursday and Friday. County children to wear a gown that Is on their D. F. JACK,* General Manager. i i
KNOX ;
C 'jjMge George>> Eversole, a brother of ;J., tender: little consciences. The more active Several Hundred Bibles Publicly Burned W. R. y;
0. Xfersole, is here to-night bat could and healthy the child the harder it is for in Front of a Church. FOR SALE.A

lot be 1e n. Further news from' Hazard it to be restrained by the ever present remembrance OTTAWA, Ont, Nov. 12.-A gentlemanwho on.
M aarioualy awaited. House & Sign Painter tract of land Indian River in the "
of that pretty dress that cost has just returned from the provinceof county of Brevard consisting of 88

CHINA AND JAPAN. so much money and labor,and that must Quebec says that in one parish after acres; it being lot No.3, and south half :

latest AdTieee from Those Countries at not be soiled or torn. Dark blue flannelor mass on Sunday mornihg he saw sev- TITUSYILLE, FLA. of the northeast quarter of section 35,
calico, cashmere In dark colors, and eral hundred Bibles publicly burned in and lot No. 3, being the south quar-
Brought bj Steamer.SAS
church the iustance of -
linen and the indestructible nankeen, front of the at of the northwest of section '
t ter quarter
Fauicisoo Nov. 14.-The steam.V '
Ooeftoica arrived Monday frorn Yoko- are all good sensible materials for ordinary the them cure of from the his parish parishioners., who had collected Agents- Will Estimate or Contract for Painting 36, both in township 31 south, range 39

>ating the r oard. She made the dresses for little girls, and In them from one of the Bible societies have been anywhere on Indian River. east.; This is a very desirable piece of ,x

Wp ta 13 days 14 hours and 6 minutes. they can move unrestrainedly havea selling large numbers of the New Testament Can do all kinds of Grainin eitherin hammock, soil of rich quality,,suitable ;
.Latest account from this, Chinese chance to develop. healthy bodies in this particular part of the Oil Water-Colors,representing Oak, for the raising of all 'tropical fruits.. Is .

If sc port state that the. .Yang-Tsze- which are the foundations of happinessI province, and after warning his congregation Ash. Cherry, Walnut or Mahogany.. situated at the Narrows,near Enos post- '.
Bt risen to an extraordinary had almost said morality, and I dont against purchasing, the cure office. Will sell cheap for cash. For..

$ Hankow Bund is underwater, know but it is so anyhow.-Fashion Let went from house to house collecting Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. particulars address. .. '
fett there is terrible ,luffering, all ter. 'from those of his flock who Had diSobeyed E. M. LOW.. T
$ssg; the river. Crops are ruiaed and his orders the books they pur- RANGING Sept. 3. rockton. aae. :-
N i must have been enormous loss of; chased. PAPER 4
fffe Tea thousand families are home- Mistook the Reading. The society has now devised a scheme : .
.> N around N' Po and ,500 families Gllliilower isn't much of a scholar,and by which they intend bringing thepriest $: a,1S4mining SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALE' -
""' .drowned Wenchow.. the other night when he was reading to before the courts if he attempts
The adjoining of to repeat his sacriligious work. The The Subscriber offers for Sale, in Lots
province of Fuchien, his old fashioned wife out a newspaper
IS. will loan the xiibles to those desiring to suit Purchasers, some
from
is suffering
JLooded aBHrkt, lie came across an item about someWoman agents ANDWORK
*& This e *M many complaints of having charge of twenty-five .them, and will then be in a position T EN. 500 Acres of Selected Portions '

1. ttsaes sed'iraely failures. i kindergartens. The last n being a little to prosecute should the.books be of the above-named Lan(s.
i'reported that the Peking and destroyed or taken from the holders.A ANTIQUE AND MOSAIC '
'rSwuy iriU be indefinitely blurred be read it, "twenty-five kind er Situated on Sebastian Bay and Indian : h a '
,,.
jb- .** GEORGIA LYNCHING.The G-1ass: S'taI.D.l.D.g: : : '

,.r,. .: linlsters except two "Law-sakesr exclaimed the old lady, Brutal Assailant of a Young Lady For Decorating Churches, Dwellingsand Rlier, -
.r:; that the snatched off her:spectacles in astonishment
is
it- reported M she Hanged bj a Blob and Shot. all Public Buildings. AND ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR
: +. of new treaties will be in- "twenty-five kind er, garters inside Finish- WINTER HOMES. .
? -,. MIDVILLE, Ga., Nov. 12.A mob of Special attention to all .
3 postponed. No wonder there'sso' many.busted twenty 'or twenty-five masked men These Lands in the immediatcr
.fivevp. implicated in the are .
... rsons Why ng-
.u J : i., linat-Ioa of Count people and repytashens nowadays. rushed into the village [of 'Swainsboro, Very Respectfully vicinity of the .
4 used to knit
when I was a. gal we broke into the and took of I IV
jail charge
..lr re been arrested. FINEST FISHING HUNTING,
and if wanted R. KNOX.
string, we W.
'em, or use a James Thomas; a< negro, ,who outraged 15 AND SEA BACHING *
l loas Death of a Clerk something right handsome we'd get the Miss Swainsboro "
= Copeland, near on
N. O., Nov. JS.-Joe Mor- eelvidge oft the cloth when the boys 'gottyfivekind .the 5th inst. BAS R To be found in the whole Iadianf

has died at Tadesboro er under teryKioasoiroum a pair of'trousersmade'piit'o'etoreeiath. ".,.- ,, ,'._ They took Thomas to< ,;the woods As !t YJr 4fGiiTO River Section, and have also the advantage
.tanbee. It is thought' Ncnyev&r1bod1'mustb V('les.c i Tvesi- fee--" party passed in .the, street theaegroe's to4aSt 1111E of Daily Communication by ,
death was caused from whUky.oonftbo. o'; 't" .cxae,. cries form ;/oould,be heard FAIL, EAR GC, I Steamers with all points north. '
KkttMMoiiHU beea aboje,all the noise ipacfe to ck e "i( sc Actual Settlers and Improvers will be .
ie '
otter toTAIs. wlta" : : t
the state efcemittorton am'. Soc UalJ things J.i1841'l t r co.YS .
e :Jiid d .was taken; to 'fea-'woods v ; pecially :favored., Correspondence in- "fr.
ia'
Gaaeett
'- VM ooawrkd a4,afc ...... I'&h. -Nary ; !
,and within ,iaifiates ''de r led. .Adfeess
twenty :was
it 1'L", : ,
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wadeebcno, by T n v-""u.had J \JI!)\>'"1 ':"" .The mob strung ha .to'a tree;,and rhea 1 A ilea i Norwich CM. '"
formerly been 'ir' *& IB ft m rep .her.specie ', t riddled his body.with billets.. Thomas Frank H.A" ," I

the prorietors of whfcbftJM ''swpp ,--wtUr"TeD' ...." ,. .. had. confessed.his crime.:; ,J' Dixojr &..GSAT*'Wholesale,Agei ., .:. :f '. t

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: As .. ,' THE- FLORIDA. STAR, T '" "; THURSDAY. ......- ., -}- ,$NOV...... .,2..1.... 1889. E
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._ Y jFHE '1\I.9RIDA'ST A'R. last season. The steamer'arrived yesterday Orange Growers' Union. "
r '
: and had this sale not been anticipated A large meeting of,the orange growerswas Mrs. 'J.: G.
,,"< P ? f UBli8HED EVERT THJIBSDAY. .' r of the receipts would have held at Crescent City,'Putnam coun- over to Cocoa ?

ELLIS 'B.: ,WAGER Editor 1 .anHMlisleS1.5O r. been sold then'and the market would not ty on Saturday, the '9th inst., in the ,interest Mr..S. Ryder ,
;x have suffered from: its depressing influ- of the Orange 'Growers' Union. Rockledge last :

-per Annum. ence. The buyer when purchasing at President McKibben and J. Russell Ken-I The Queen, of }

private sale does not go to the dock and nedy, corresponding secretary, spoke 'at Cocoaon her
Entered at the Post Office at TitwvilUat ,
,
Second-Clou Matter. see this large mass of fruit, which always some length on the,subject., day. .
gives impression that there is double Crescent City,has now' the largest local Mrs.
J THE STARS the OFFICIAL newspaper the quantity of fruit arriving than whenit organization in the State.A .
t at Merritt, was
for. u 1.Brevard county. is scattered about in the stores of the large number of boxes are being sold House last week.

The Star has the Largest circulation commission merchants in smaller lots. at $2:50: F. 0.:B., but it is confidently
i of any paper on the East coast of Fla. Now they are invited to the dock t$inspect expected that the Fruit Exchange will Messrs. Love

A SQUARE Is one inch in space; 24-squares the fruit. Out of town buyers, beat even those prices. mington N. C.,
make a column. brokers and others interested are also The Palatka Times will devote a con- Cocoa last week.

Always advertising enclosing a rates two enquire cent stamp.ofthe, Editor drawn there, and, then the extensive ad- siderable portion of its space to the Or- I Mr. Paxton, :

-----, -_._----_. vertising of low prices given out by the ange Growers' Union. : of Rockledge,
.g .. THE practice of treating at stylish local brokers who seek to make purchasesfor To the press of the State much of the Cocoa last week. ]

New York club rooms going! out of the the out of town buyers all tend to de- success of the. Orange Growers' Union is Mr.

fashion, and many members go there press prices and put business in their due. Their hearty support has done from their 1 i

s 'now for social enjoyment' without spend- I hands. Whereas formerly a large part of more to convince the people of Florida winter home in

irig large sums of money i upon their the fruit was sold more advantageouslyon that this is a movement in which implicit A cold norther I ;

friends. *11. .. private orders, now the retailer getsan confidence can be placed, and it The ) J

=: ': CHAUNCEY. ,M. DEPEW, 'after. having erroneous impression that the marketis reflects credit upon our editors. Their and Monday it !
f made';/' a tour 'of' the south,' 0 thinks the overstocked, and is not therefore willing foresight assured them of the ultimate The Little |

f .. white men Jir all the southern States are to pay the actual value of the fruit. success of the Orange Growers' Union. Booth is hauled 9
y willing listen'to It is a frequent oceurrence now to have They have not been mistaken. ,
sensible and to argumenton
is the Mattie S.
a every subject but that of the black orders countermanded from our out of The Florida Orange Growers' Union maker. ,
man-.. As' be has no practical knowledge town customers on their receiving noticeof must not be confounded with the Orange

". ofjtbe'rues u&tio>a should not be so the auction sales and the probable low Union, a movement which came to light Dr. L. T.

Q free:to make up )his mind about a class prices. His letter is barely received before for a short time some two years ago but sailboat Clyde
of people who are much.better posted on he favors '''us with a call and makes which never had life sufficient to benefit a few days while ;

this subject than_he is. the explanation that he thought: it would the growers. The Orange Union of 1887 der again.
a pay him to run down to the auction sale, was headed by ex-Senator:Mann, who has Mr. James R.
CAPTAIN>iARLEB JOHANSEN, of To- and that he had bought fruit for$2.00 or always opposed the Florida Fruit Ex reached i

coma, Washington, is building, a small $2.50 per box, half dollar lower than change and who has made every effort several months'

boat in which be proposes to sail around our quotations. He has to take some this year to break the ranks of the Flor will occupy their :

the Horn to London and then return to chances, but the fruit shows up so well, ida Orange Growers' Union and to cripple ledge, which was :
the States and exhibit the boat at the so he took one hundred boxes to last the work of the Florida Fruit Ex went north. ;:

Yorld's Fair.' The boat will be twenty through Thanksgiving."You change. We are told

feet long, .built of native fir, cedar and can readily see, therefore, who is The representatives of large commission ledge, intends
oak/and will be'8 model of strength for making the profit and who is losing in houses in New York, Chicago and residence in his

..d.+ so small a ship. She will be provisioned this instance. Had the buyer not gone Boston deny that the Growers' and Deal The lumber is

" for....250 days, and will start on Dec. 1, to the auction he would have paid $3 for ers' Protective Association had any con- ]lected for the \

# stopping at San Francisco. After rounding the fruit, and our neighbors all along the nection with them or that it influenced soon be under ;i

= Cape Horn she will take the usual street who have oranges to sell would them in the slightest degree in their determination Dr. 1

course of sailing vessels for London, also have had many orders, and we could to come south and buy for Tom, Schofield, :
Cantine
where JOHANSEN' expects to arrive in have sustained prices and the shipper cash. They speak strongly in favor of the Maud F. last '
April or May.MESSES. would have profited at the rate of 50 the Florida Fruit Exchange and the cooperation
River. !
: They
cents box"There
: BLAKE and BIPLEY, the Boston a. of the growers. the ducks were
is further evidence that the Latest returns to the Florida' Fruit
agents for the Florida Fruit Exchange they could have
' market would have justified another ,advance Exchange from their Boston
agents are
]
hate recently arranged a targe
Mr. C. H.
so that when the
Thanksgiving highly satisfactory. Fancy reached
wharf specially for the business of the brights Howland
orders came in we would have been ableto as high as ,$4.05 while were
Exchange. It is about,200 feet long.with an average duck ,
get 350. But what is the state of price of $3.15 was received for the shooting trip
an average width of 42 feet and allows a day'ssales.
; t affairs now? The merchants order up the Banana
vessel drawing 22 feet'of water to unload iiy to :
dispose of their oranges will be compelled Oranges are worth from $1.35 to $1.50on pretty sloop
at it. The building on the wharf i is
to make concessions to meet the auction the their shooting
,. tbed\witii : trees.
shea plnVand heated by steam,
days. j
and a track connects with all the railroads prices. Pack your oranges carefully and well
running out of Boston.. Seven thou- "Are the receipts not Heavy for so early The returns will reward extra trouble.A Next Sunday
ana totes ;of Florida- oranges can be in the season 1" pamphlet fully explaining what the preach a sermon I I

one time"on; this wharf.. for in "Yes, and the outlook is they will.con- Orange Growers' Union has done and children in the t.:1

PaPcetion ,and sale, and. this- instance iS is tinue to increase, and at a time when the what it proposes to do for the orange in- at Cocoa, and
market is not in condition to use to advantage dustry of Florida will quested to attend
the first;,we believe i that a heated wharf shortly be issued. !
'1 has been constructed for the reception of as this is the height of the ship- A charge of ten cents per copy will be their little ones ai

Florida fruit. It is hoped that New ping season from Jamaica. If the fruit made to cover cost of publication, eta- will be most

York, Philadelphia and other places will was held back and fully matured the result twelve copies for $1.00. Secretaries of lIr.V.. J. :

follow a like example to prevent the en would be many hundreds of thou- organizations will please notify the cor- fruit- and-

ormous amount of fruit which goes therein sands of dollars to the orange industry responding secretary in Palatka as to New York, whose

the winter time from being frozen, as I in Florida this season, as the outlook was probable number of copies required. ways welcome,

,is often the case. never more favorable, owing to the crop All members or other persons requir- last'week and is
"! being generally light and but little ing Fruit .
com- Exchange stencils will.. nlp p. and Mrs. H. S. '
CHAIRMAN CHIPLEY RESIGNS. petition in the way of northern -- c-----
fruit. address Mr. M. P. Turner, secretary Ex- He intends
THE Chairman of our State Democratic "The foreign,grape crop was also light, change, Jacksonville. ** Florida. ]

Executive Committee, Hon. W. D. CHIP- and the growers could have realized almost Mrs.
Stiling
.4' LEY, has resigned his office on account double the price of last season. Ean Gallic. and sister of Mr.
,, of'the open discussion which has been "But this is only one of the evil resultsof Fruit and
truck gardens will rejoice at coa, arrived
stirred up between himself and Senator the new scheme of marketing on the the
copious showers Sunday
during the night
CALK. Mr. CHIPLEY, "in his letters to part of some of the Florida people. They few days. past gan. They will

each member. of the committee states have talked so long and so loudly, and with Mr.
r. that he thinks it best r for the party that have so prejudiced the minds of the Florida The cost of the marine railway, to be little Stiling. 1

: he'should do so, though,he says this dis- growers against the system of ship- built here by the Indian RIVer. Steam cember daughter 15th. i i

cussion was undesired by himself. He i ping on consignment, and a large part of boat Company; will be $4,000. I

., will now, undoubtedly,. come out as a i the orange growers have had such unfa- J. H.: Mellor has just had completeda Mr. J. Brent ] ,, i iI
who
candidate for U. S. Senator against Mr. vorable experiences in shipping throughthe 2-in. artesian well]] on his property next came to I i
CALL, and we look for a spirited contestof Exchange in seasons past the only alternative the Treutler Hotel. ago to visit his
words between them. was: to consign or sell on the I son, is so pleased l
The Times- Union of Tuesday states that trees, and it being early in the season for :Many of the late Mr, W. H. Adams's people and the
much friends have been the recipients of that he intends
.Mr, CHIPLEY'S "resignation as chairman competition the way of buyers, a r
does not necessarily imply. a withdrawal the few on the ground had it all their memorial card from his mother and is thinking i
c of membership." own way. I am informed'by my ship- brother, who reside in Montreal, Canada. and making his

Editor MERRILL certainly must be mis pers in many sections of the State that Sunday services on the 24th inst., will A large

taken, for if he will read the letter cor- most of the fruit has been secured for be conducted by the Rev. A. Hiscock, of sermon by the Rev.

.rectly he will see that he resigns from $1.00 per box on the trees. The buyer, Georgiana. All are invited \ seats free. Michael's Episcopal

r the State Committee, and.not as chairman, therefore, can afford to have an early Church building will be open at 10.30a. morning and the
and further be Bays'he.will'receive suggestions market (and may be compelled to in order m. administered by
as to the'time and place. to get the cash), and he is not inter- ter the services
It
is
rumored
Simply resigning the office of chair- ested in holding back his fruit, providedhe that Hodgson Bros., of. held afternoon
this pface, intend :
man would not accomplish the purpose can make a smajl margin of profit. erecting a large two at the ,house of
story building the
Mr CHIPLEY intends his letter of resignation This is the case and will be for the next near mouth of the Merritt. Mr.
Eau Gallic ,
River to be used
,
as a generalstore !
to do for he also says, "I am unwilling I two months; whereas had the fruit been and commission business. hold'services again I
f to have the/appearance even of ; marketed slowly and in the usual established Decem}JC r. -

I jeopardizing the interests. the party or channels there would not have Market gardening is being gone into Dr. W. L. ]

retain position, any advantage from theretention been such an accumulation, and results quite extensively on both sides of the : lot of Mrs Wade
of which I do not want"' 33} per cent more profit to the grower. Eau Gallic. River. With the number of Indian River Drug

"Is not this clear reasoning, and are artesian wells in this village drouths will will have erected a :
.:::A"TALK WITH A' COMMISSION not my statements correct f not be much feared in the future. occupied by himself

MERCHANT: Mr. Frank Houston leaves shortly for as it is completed.
A'-reporter' of the Fruit Trade'Journal Two hundred cigarmakers have resumed Wilmington, Del., -to aid in bringing: cleared and the

interviewed Mr. G. a.Palmer, 166 Beade work at Key West. The pickers down one of the new steamers of the'I. gin in a few days.

street, New York, on the condition and and packers, however, come in on thehomestretch R. S. Co., which are to ply on the Indian that it is ; ,

present outlook of the orange .market a with a demand fora, big in- River during i the coming'winter season. Indian River for a .

i fet day ago, in which Mr. Palmer answered crease, and may prolong the strike. The, Eau Gallic fleet of steamers to but he is here and' I

him as follows: The meeting of delegates from a number be augmentediby two new, fast screwvessels sickness should
"I regret to say the market already of sub-alliances of HilLsborough coun- nowtfrom too well and, .
... the city! '" -
feels the of the -
effect v
announcement made ty at Seffner last: '
Friday consider the benocoTiflry! far '
Rochester
Our townsman Mr.epaer .
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yesterday sale 1
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boxes of, Florida' establishing: an alliance exchange .John...... Care, .. of,one: of ,tbe'pew .sire_nixie j ca e.v.. "
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oranges. Buyers 'at Tampa ',. !t"t rt x -
was quite 8ucCe. f t. .
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are holding ; fiat they '
are Something.over_ $2 OOOa.was' subscribed but :.
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steamers finished,
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ptegito get come good,'bargains, as they and there:is ....-
Jwqwntly ";idjlurin' the; auction;safes+ 15,000. a_ good 1 Froeiise.of: : at. least+ I'M well ar'a.'num&r,;'of,.soil boats,a;tb i s'wimer .j in:th .posts: .for_ 'the' -
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Melbourne.bcnefif .. rendered on Saturday'. last. Upon theopening EDWARD STILING. ,. ALBERT A. ;TAYLQR/ >r

fl .th o !'!at w p!:great of court on Monday morning,, ; 1 .. ..4t'; '

to gardens.". '. : t Major A. St."Clair-Abrams i announced STILING: : sic TAYLOR ':;4;

that in view of the'exclusion of this evidence t" : t.<:, .
is ready for busiand 1'
The" Idlewild Cottage : he had decided to withdraw from Cocoa, Indian River ,, ; r : Florida.Hardware i. :'
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has all'its_rooms engaged, wr' :
the prosecution, and asked the Judge to \ i.. ,'.' .. ,
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toIL( ,.p
strike his from the docket counsel .y- DEALERS --.
name as IN" "
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I. B. F. Gibbs bas a fine strawberry' for the prosecution. State's Attorney : ". a a,

: coming on.. We hope he won't getS Beggs thereupon stated that as all evidence -

lol before tliey'npen. showing antecedent relations between Stoves

Mr. C. H.. Stewart has had a large Douglass and Benjamin- to be Crockery Tinware

number of fruit and ornamental trees set excluded the State would be unable to' ,., ,

onhi J Jot.n *tew HavenSave.- make out its case against Benjamin and

The Riverside has had a monopoly in he therefore asked leave to enter a nolle AND AGATEWARE.Paints .

the hotel business since opening, and we prosequi, which was granted, and Benjamin Oils, Glass and Putty, ,

believe it has done very well. was discharged.This o oPlumbers' TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY '

Mrs. Jas. P. Hassler, of Cockranton, disposes of this case about which ,

Pa. mother of Mr. Frank P. Hassler, we so much interest has centered. and Mill >
BARBED WIRE. .::1.
is expected down this winter. '>
hear, Lake Worth.
Supplies, '
The ever popular Goode House will be Ducks are getting plentiful. WIRE HErriNG. S*

prepared for the rush, and will accom The Emily B. left for Jacksonville. Oct. .
: Doors Sash Blinds y
We be1
modate as many. as possible. 21st
and WIRE CLOTH.
here several are expected to. spend the Occasional showers, and everybody .


''winter Mr. J.there.H. Woodruff and several others happy.The cupola is being put dh the Hotel BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, Gru. s, ..

start for Melbourne this week. Every Lake Worth.A x' w .. y

boat now will bring back some wanderer dance was held at the Cocoanut SHINGLES, and LATH. A.MMUNITIO T,

fleeing from the blizzards to our genial Grove House on the 11th. .. FISHING TACKLE.pany's ." ,
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warmth and sunshine.If James MacFarlane is clearing his new Sh.ip Ch.an.d1ery : ;
Goods
you want to see how certain plants east side lot preparatory to building.The j-iFI; ,

grow when half taken care of, look at1IcQaaig' lumber has arrived for finishingoff Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For ChattanoogaPl Come),

bananas; almost every plant the upper story of the Oak Lawn plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. .... '
hu an immense bunch of fruit, some containing :; +- +T
from 200 to 250 fingers. House. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets. :;? .' -.:'
Several regular winter boarders have
The bell for arrived A.HTESIA.1STWELL PIPE .A. SPECIALITY. "
already arrived at the Cocoanut Grove ;
last week and will be placed in .
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position as soon as possible. The tone is House. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited. 'and _
The Bessie B. arrived from Jackson estimates furnished promptly. ,
rich and sweet, and when we hear it on .
ville the 6th and managed. to get in over .
a Sabbath morning we will think ourteires STILING & TAYLOR. .
the bar. :.-
in a city again. i -:
The band meets for practice regularly '
A from river were at Mel- ,
party up L.
every week under the leadership of Prof.J. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.QLIvEiR .
bourne Beach last week, but we did not );; '.

learn the names of all. Among them, B. Bodwell. : &

however, were the Misses and :Messrs. Messrs. Boytt & Lovitt are putting upa ELTDGE7. 4 ::i;;fI ,

Eanders and Mrs. Shepard, who spent dwelling for Capt. .Geo. W. Mercier on '-': /IC I>ff" ;

some time at Melbourne Beach:last sum- his west side place. Dealers in ':'*,": '

mer. Ross K.Brown is getting the lumberon "

Mr. and Mrs. Keece, of Mount Dora, the ground for a large addition to his GEORGIA PINE LUMBER: r

Pi, who are on' a bridal tourto Lake east side residence. ..' .. .. '
arrived Fri- lIe,'. J.Mulford wife niece .
Worth and other points, on nephewand :
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sensible father-in-law arrived .the 12th to SHINGLES AND LATHS. ...
day. This trip is much more on '...
than to run the risk of being snowed under remain the balance of the winter. :t?.i''.' '1( +

and half starved on a bridal tour to E. ;,
County Judge A. Heyser and Dep- GrEJXrEB.AL.a.A.R.D. : : ARE-: :. :
California.Mr. ,uty County Clerk F. S. Dewey went to

R.,\. Goode and family arrived Juno on the 4th to attend to court busi-

on Thursday last, having had a most delightful ness.The Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stes Tinware and Crockery; ;; '
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summer north. Just before cashew tree at Brelsford Bro.'s >

leaving):a number of the men under- Mr. that bore for the first time this summeris 'AI1N'TS
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Goode's charge,learning of his departure, bearing again, this making' a second : ..

presented him with an elegant gold crop in one season.' .
Refrigerator Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezer "
watch and chain. Geo. W. Reynolds is back from the ,

-Mr. andMrs. H. Whiting, Mr. and north. He brought a bad case of poor .
Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen.Wire'Door
Mrs. Glenn, Captain, and Mrs. Wilcox, health along with him, but the mild cli- .;; ., 'j: t.

start this week from Western New York. mate and bracing atmosphere of his ,

for Melbourne ::Reach. At present we southern home have almost cured him POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. :' .A .; .:; '

can. see several lights over, ,there every already. ', '' 4,0',';-{.''';,.

night, .and expect to see quite a villageat Church services the 3rd on the east TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA..J'; ',
Melbourne Beach before
spring. side, Rev. E. Heyser officiating, and on ". '...- ;.
Messrs. A. M. Hamilton & Co. are For Sale +
the west side, Rev. E. Gale officiating; -
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Old and .
Reliable. &.i9 "
fish Established 1 7; *
having good success. in the and oys- also Sunday School on the west side on -
Six of the Best Business Site h. "
ter business. Mr. H. says fish have increased both the 3rd and 10th. On" the latter
in number greatly in the last B. .P ESLE'Y' C '
officers. were elected for the
day new Lots in Titusville -,,
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four ,that the catch this is I ,
years; year' Sunday School as follows: J. B. Bodwell, .
Car ahead of fast.year, and that was better superintendent; Geo. A. Gale, assistant Each 30ft. on Washington Avenue and WHOLESALE A

than the year before. Oysters are I I superintendent; A.E. Heyser,secretary; 100ft. on Hutchinson's avenue.

carefully culled on' the banks, and all J. N..Parker, treasurer; J. M. Rowley, THERE ARE THREE CORNER LOTS FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS

the smaller ones thrown back in the librarian. Services on the 10th in the .,.. ...,
Apply to ROBBINS & GRAHAM, Titus- I
vater; consequently the oysters are as east side school house, Rev. E. Gale officiating ville ; orDAVID And: Commission: : : : : :: J.VJerchan.t': = .:,' M >'

plentiful as ever. and in the Episcopal Church, S. HUTCHINSON, Trenton New ,, .. w
The Carleton is being overhauled, some Rev. J. N. Mulford: officiating at both Jersey. 20-Smo .r <*->!*
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painting done, the plastering has been morning and afternoon services. : ar''i
Consi iiiueiits of Florida Solicited.ST. ,
removed in the parlor and ceiling substituted Wilbur Hendrickson has given up t Oranges ..

; the room is to be natural wood carrying the mail and now it is generally k r ;. '. ;fi"'l

fitiah, the ceiling put on in the manner. carrie) by the steamer Lake Worth, but \ '' 'w,

known as herring }.x>ne.* We believe a occasionally by the Arthur B. with PAUL,. :MINNESOTA..-

portion of the grove has been fenced off Charlie Earnest at the tiller. As soon as .

for a turkey and chicken yard, and a the Arthur B. can be hauled out and N We have been the Agents of the Florida Fruit Exchange since its organization' *.* }

large bed of strawberries planted. TheCarleton cleaned up and repaired Capt. Hendrickson until this season, when they decided to confine tlfeir western shipments to Chicago: "
and St. Louis. ,,,,,
will be ready to open about says be will be ready to Calk to the FROM NEW YORK CITY ,,, H'"i- *: :
Mr. A H. Hawtes-Pear Sir: Yocr PATENTEYE '"
December 1st, we are informed. so-called fast boats up on the B. I. R., GLASSES received sometime since and am We have been the recognized headquarters for'Florida Oranges in the Xort -
very much gratified at the wonderful change that west for years, Cud have the Largest Orange Trade and Longest Experience of.f
but he would like to run for a little bit bas come over my eyesight since I have discardedmy house in the West. .
any >
Blair's Blare. to laborer's old glasses, and am now wearing yours. % .
more than enough pay a day ALKXIXDKB AOAK
fifttor Florida Star: for the time necessary to take the Secretary Stationers'Board of Trade. We have the best Auction Roam in the country, and will sell Oranges at ,
< wages All fitted at the Drug Store of Auction or Private Sale as shippers may wish. ,.
Please I have \ .
give me space to say that' boat up there and back. In this connec- 25 DIXON GRAY TTTUSVILLE. FLA. ....'.."'" ,.
nad the letter under the above.heading tion, would it not be well to get up a regatta m Correspondence solicited. References. Any of the National Commercial Agencies *'

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rile, whlchappea.red in. your issue of, the bourne or some point south of there, for Syrup Barrels $2.25. ; ,-, t" 0>' -
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*:4fasU Respectfully all B. I. R. and. Lake Worth boats along Gauged to order, ten cents extra. 4
S1ra.: berry: Flints: : sehtembe r K
USE NOT ABUSE. .
that time
In January sometime? By we
Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. ."
.D evember 12th, 19. could probably have the Arthur B., Rex, Nunarfs Improved and Ho. man'a Seedling, 4.00 per-1000. Order'early.

.. Idler, Bosie B.i R. R., Kansas Clipper, O. B. *
Th BciiJamlR -Trial. duna and several of our sharpies and Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.: "

e,feiftl of J.it Benjamin for the smaller schooners in shape and be able from $2.00 up. INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co .
> Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton !Seed Meal, etc., and ,Mapes and
L of J. Douglass, which. began to show the B. L,R. boats how easy it is Tanksand Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue., -.'

** wide, ended"rather abruptly last to. keep ahead of your own wake if you all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. .

wit. 1 'morale' .The prosecution de- )nly have the boats to do it with.! Start JOHNSON JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Bier Nurseries, ][Melbourne Fla..

>*fcd epoa. ,..the.acJml.ion in evidence the regatta business and see if it won't .
up LaGrange,_ : : Florida. .
&e TiNnyggir: articles which Benja- take. .. :NA UMAN"'S Pianos & Organs

*-W wrfew criticism of Douglass, Advice \ NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
to Mothers. ,
BACOTT & CO. '
*4)rliich it waV'alleged provoked the fi KIIe Wsxfww'$Soomma SDtntahou1c1ahraJ8 THE PIONEER AGENCY.For TUNED AND RE AINED.
cutting teeth. It re
children
t.e wad when an
** triM which ended in an assault ups U TMtheUttl iufiertr toace;itproduceaiutaral, TIITZJSVILLE FLA., terms and sample copies address G. W. SCHUYLER .
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4 q1det IIeep,aDd the UttlechtrubavakesM bright .
Bttjamfo by'Douglass and the killing M a ttaa." U to venr ptoa nt to taste. It. CHAS.H.'NAiTMANfa. II-
tfe Utter by fee former while.defend- 0otbe the ehJ14.1OtteD1 the plBlaI1aJS&11 .. TOSBEET-IRONIORKERS. Titusville P. O., RiO. INDUNOLA BREV AnD CO., x
"'bo1l eudl.tttilbelt sir F .. FLORIDA. :'
herself against the attack for diuxbcM,.whetb a1'iIIqo.tIGm ,: J & \r:
: gbsitoets.. r ian..eeQe 1iiWe:. Jf,' .': < <- ...1*, ,THE All work viamu ied. Beferences fur
fJi- iae, after bearing!AfargnMftts : GUTTERING, IPOFXNf* a '.aphtha.1a1llcb. "Lirinier" nished. Charges onl/:for work actually
eC tit idmb- Why will yon cougbmim Sbfloh'i Car*w iTB -aMTAj wt'3j ( !
too' upoa '. And Man 'of x wa.rd! done-not for&&;velli: expense
immediate rrtfatf?, Price 10 eta ao ctt end Il.TBoldyy i l ;t ;**cn-ueairea.cor sboiiBun Craising : }
leg of tiie" teinlageHtid TllleK+' ." ** s **A or 3plafte atrip to Lake Worth about1st
e .. paper po Wck oa k 6wjr.Ttn tf( ; f.f'eur \
"' n ,'nded agalBf*Uwir adIn SNNIt's" will.tmmwllittly. reueve ereap; '. GALVANI2EB,.WORK! ... l :;*Jor'JBS, and,particulars, address. ,.of',October,'attendiBg.to' any ,order*.
Rio WIiooptB,00, and BnmchltU.' Sold bt febon"Gre And n'epairinJrof.ll kinds W.P.JUmleDv&Qd. 00067trFla.S4 received before.that time. 23.jiJ ... ,
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.', -; THE':,FLORIDA STAB, ,THURSDAY. NOV. 21, 1889.

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that of her little grands 'n. The arrest Important to Land Owners. "Way\ Down''Upon ,the Suwan- A

held was the Monday result, of Starling the coroner's was taken inquest to ail We hold deed on the following-, lands, nee River." M HAIR,. SALT.A"Ptoma&a

TO MEET ST ANLEY at Smithfield. It was thought up,to this based on tax title. Original owners who .n.sabsant alu ..f'-
}: time that colored men. had murderedthe wish can be reinstated on liberal terms From Branford, Fla.f situated upon the Hewe. Fai.. .. R .
woman to prevent her from being a by addressing D. MACDONELL, Savannah romantic Suwannee River, Messrs. Rouse ,,.Hair to ibYwINN c.a.w.I I
Thomas write, under date of August 19. fOSLasIDi.ss6&Del'" t
witness against Bhadrach Peters colored Ga. :.t .,
who is on trial for his life at 1889: "Please forward us another gross of
The. New York Herald Will Send Smithfield. DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic. Have -

an -Expedition.CoOperatlon .W } of N. W. and W J of S. W., Sec. sold out every bottle of last gross upon FOR $3,000. \

"\ ...Heartless Cruelty. 1, Tp. 36, R. 40-160 acres. your strict guarantee, and not one bottle
NEW PHILADELPHIA, 0., Nov. 13u- At' All of sections 2. 11 and 13, Tp. 36, R. returned." ELIGIBLY-LOCATED

of_ the German the. jollification meeting,at Straaburg ; 40-1,920 acres.
n Government Secured. this county, some villains took JacobFicht's N: W. J'and W. J of S.'E. I and S. W.
From a letter from Graniteville, 8. C.,
mare into the suburbs of the of Sec. 36 R. 40-400 acres.S .
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dated
August 26,1889
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and dis-
out its
and cut
village tongue GROVEl
38 R. 41-320 acres.
i of Sec. 8 ,
Tp. At the of 50 with twenty-five
emboweled it. The colt was hung to a age yearsof
L .The:, Beferenee' of a Leading BelgianKewipaper tree. Value of mare $2uO. Two Lots 1, 2 and 3 and E. } of N. W. andS. active practice, 1 am a careful observer
t* the Enterprise-Opening arrests.near-by W. of N. E Sec. 20, Tp. 30, R. 31-. and cautious in endorsing proprietary medicines

t of the New:French Chamber of,Deputies 240 acres. but I can conscientiously endorse ON INDIAN RIVER,
-The German* Emperor and Empress W. i of of N. W. and N. W. of S. W. your Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic as

at Venice-Foreign News.. NEWS IN BRIEF. Sec. 27, Tp. 27, R. 36-120 acres. one of the best combination remedies for IN FINE THRIFTY CONDITION
Herald'scorrespondent SV. I of N. RandW.Jof S. E. Sec. Chill and Fever I have ever seen used. It
: NEW YORE, Nov. .16.-The Condensation- Interesting Items oa
at Zanzibar has cabled Various Subjects.The I' 8, Tp. 28, R. 37-160 acres. corrects the vitiated secretions of the liver, THREE HUNDRED & FIFTY TREES
Lots 1 and 4 Sec. 32. Tp. 32, R. 40- relieves costiveness, and promotes the ab-
the following: Chicago "Reds" are making preparations i. 76 acres. sorbtion and assimilation of food. thus fulfilling Two Hundred in Good Bearing.
The incident about the flag has been for a demonstration in commemorationof II. Lot 2 Sec. 22' Tp.37, R. 41-80 acres. all the indications claimed for it
the Anarchists who were hanged in 1887.
all necessaries
arranged. I am taking Farmer Lawson, near Springfield, Ha, N. E i and N. E. of S. E. Sea. 21, Tp. Yours truly, ...
to Stanley, who is a teetotaller, and found an old powder can which I 37, R. 41-200 acres. T. P. EDWARDS, M. D.

1. Rtntn Pasha. I hare quinine coffee, $750 in gold and silver. contained. All of sections 15 and 25, Tp. 26, R. WILL GUARANTEE A NET
tea tobacco and vine for themselves DT.
Iowa Republicans hold the 30-1,288 acres-Occola county.S. .
and their people" Capt Wissman act- The treasury department will issue 10-, E. of N. W. and S. W. i Sec. 22, Tp. The claims made for this medicine is a COME, FROM. PRESENT CROP .
ing under,ordei's'o| the German govern- 000,000 pennies.It 'I 26, R. 30-200 acres-Osceola county. modest one. We maintain that it is 100

ment, give me.operation beyond my is said that the French favor Chicagoas All of section 36, Tp. 26. R. 30- -O tmes better than Quine, and 100 years in OF 10 PER CENT.ON PRICE.
highest exp tAtIIo : I shall take fifty the location of the world's fair. I' acres-Osceola county.N. advance of the profession in the treatment

porters ,bat,:in osder to wake our share Chicago now expects to get natural gab W. } and S. i and s W. of N. E. ofall fevers,from the most malignant typesof .
from the Indiana field, the law prohibiting Billious Hemorrhagic fever to the simplest
equal thai of Germany may I take fifty Sec. 19, T p. 21, R. 35-520 acres: "
having been declared unconstitutional'Profeesor form of "Chill and Fever. ADDRESS,
morel IB this case I shall require several N. i of Sec.28,Tp.21,R.34-320 acres.
G. Frederick of Oberlin
Wright, For sale all .
poad more. college, has a small flint-stone idol recently All of f rac. Sec. 14 and S. E. of N. R by Druggists.A. LOCK BOX 246, TITUSVILLB,

sand Boise Sec. 25, Tp. 21. R. 35-104 acres. B. GIRAKDEAU, Sole Prop'r,
brought by
: up a pump near City,
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Paring EnterprleaBRUassns
> Idaho, from a depth of 820 feet below.the All of Sec. 23,Tp. 21, R.35-640 acres. 21 Savannah, Ga. FLORIDA. |
Nov
lo. The Independence All of sections 11,12 and 13, Tp. 26
the following surface of the earth. He and many other
Detr- publishes scientists think it is the oldest mark of R. 30-1,920 acres-Osceola county. .
in reference to The Fe $1.
$1,000 >r OJl.1y:
human life that has yet been discovered, and 24. Q
Herald's expedition meet Stanley:

that The orders New have fork been Herald given! announces to its mart believe. it to be the work of the antediluvian I T Buckles'tArnica Salve. Ten Thousand Dollars in Souvenirs to be Given Away

special correspondent at Zanzibar to The centennial of the appointment of the I TilE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts On the Grand Opening of the
proceed with seventy-five men to meet first Catholic bishop in America is in session Bruises; Sores.: Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe-

Stanley and :to carry to him and Emin in Baltimore. ver Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chil
S Pasha supplies,quinine, tobacco, tea, The various Anarchist memorial celebrations blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION
and luxuries which, ;.will,.be most -welcome at Chicago and elsewhere were dead, and positively cures Piles or no pay re ,

after their...Cng.l1Dd terrible privations tame Western failures.Union quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JAN. 9,1890.Partial .
and suffering. This enterprise, Telegraph company will satisfaction, or money refunded. Price List of Prises.No. .
have direct cable connection from New
which seems such a daring one for a soon 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & Valuation.
York with Great Britain of Manhattan
by
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newspaper to undertake is strictly in Beach, Coney Island and Canso, N. 8. Grey. 1019. 1. Certified check for.....................................................................-11,000
accordance with the traditions of theAmerioan
journal.It Prime Minister Mercier, of Quebec, now at NOTICE.To 2. Knabe upright piano, ebonized enpraved.panels with stool and scarf GOO
great- might not be forgotten that it was Baltimore, says the subject of annexation to 3. Parlor. suite, five pieces magnificent hrocatelle. with silk plush trim-
The Herald that invented as it were the United States still agitates the Canadians all'whom these presents shall come, greet mings, as follows: One sofa, in terra cotta,one large ladies easy chairin
Stanley it wa The Herald that first the French residents more than the ing-take notice: olive, one large gents easy chair in blue, one large reception chairin

sedt Utanley to Abyssinia, where he British. He denies' that the French Canadians That, whereas,the Board of County Com olive, one large reception chair in old gold..............................0.

T evi&ced s ea brilliant proof of his qualities dream of a new France on the banks missioners of Brevard county, Fla., on a 4. Pair diamond ear drops, best quality............................................... 250
tt as a journalist Staler'was afterwards of,the St. Lawrence, but says simply that petition of more than one-fourth of the 5. Walnut bedroom set, eight pieces French beveled mirrors.................. 280

sent to the heart ot Africa,to'tin d they want to be independent of Great registered voters of said county, did order 6. Set Haviland French china, decorated 126 pieces.............................. 160
Livingstone and he there revealed hisgenius Britain. that an election be held on the second 7. Gents' diamond studs.-..... 12$

i as an explorer, conqueror and Washington Emil has been made a state. Tuesday of December, 1889, the same being 8. Gents' magnificent gold watch and chain........................................_ 125

t civilizer of black men. This time it is was so Lochning badly beaten, a butcher by three of Baltimore brothers the whether 10th day the of sale December of 1889, to decide liquors 9. Elegant French china dinner set 149 pieces...................................... 100

that to discover Tae Herald its sends former correspondent It named Kessling, who keep a saloon, and another wines beer shall be intoxicating prohibited in- 10. Lady's gold watch and chain, solid gold, very fine.............................. S3

an expedition. named William Wiegroff, that he will or 12. Music box, ten airs.................................................................._.- 75
is to be hoped that the initiative of the said for the two next ensuing
great American newspaper will be die.The after county the said election.yean 13. Parlor folding bed, cherry finish..................................-...............- 65

I crowned with the success that has char official majority of Boies, Democrat, Therefore, I., Alexander A. Stewart, 14. Antique oak hat rack, diamond, French beveled mirrors...................- 65

: acterised former intrepid enterprises. for governor of Iowa, is 6,000. ,' clerk of said Board, do hereby give notice, 19,986 other souvenirs, aggregating......................................,............ &S99&!
The Democratic victory in Iowa assures as required by law,that said election will

1. The Mahdlate.y the adoption of the Australian system of be held at all the precincts in said countyon 20,000 Souvenirs in all, amounting;: to.................................................$.9,586.63Only
LoX ()lI, Nov; '18.-So the Mahdista.t voting in that state. that day to-wit: the second Tuesdayin 2O.OOO Tickets Sold at '1.00'Each.
: 'encouraged by the successes in the The keeper of the morgue in New York December,next for the set forth. Committee to award souvenirs: Gov. Geo. F. Drew. Dr. Joseph Y. Porter W.
,
purpose
south the details of which are awaited city states that four-fifths of the 5,000 bodies In testimony whereof I have hereuntoset A. !MacDuff, J. R. Tysen, A. W. Cockerill,jr., T. T. Stockton T. S. TCilmrtk.
i ,. t by Stanley's friend* with painful that reach the city dead house every year my hand and official seal this 17th day See Sunday's Times-.Unwn
anxiety are marching unsuspectinglynorth are sent there by drunkenness.. of October, A. D 1889. Tickets good for admission to grand opening of the Exposition. :.
to beoome' involuutarj promoters Miss Lids Simons poisoned herself at Vex [I.S.] A. A. STEWART, All orders for tickets should be sent to W. B. BARNXTT, President otiH
sailes because
; of sciftntitlo knowledge on a very satisfactory Ky., of unrequited love. 27 CTk Board Co. Commissioners. National Bank of Jacksonville 1 Jacksonville)] Fla., accompanied by the money.
scale, and military scientistsj'in Foreign. $1 for each ticket.
'' .
t the several results Christian with countries are awaiting interest The Servian'government is negotiating fora Notice. Send to the Secretary for a full list of Souvenirs. Agents'Wanted.
a t an intelligent loan of $7,500,000 with financiers in Berlin' $6,000 IN PREMIUMS OFFERED FOR COUNTY AND JNDIVIDUAL
and cheerful complacency.The % To all whom it may concern: .
and Vienna., DISPLAYS. Send for fall&t

Kaiser at Venice. "- The Paris exposition closed .Wednesday Take notice that I will apply to the B. F. DILLON Presdt. JAS. M. SCHUMACHER Treat. 8. A. ADAS,....
BxBUK, Nov. 16.-The Emperor and night with a gorgeous night fete and an estimated Honorable Minor S. Jones, County

Empress of Germany Venice attendance of 400,000. Judge of Brevard county, Florida at
Tuesday.. At 3 o'clock: iu the afternoonthe The success of Russia as a colonizer of conquered the Court House in Titusville, said C1y 1.e' Stei YY'\ ship C .

emperor started for Alanza to meet countries is well illustrated by the county and State, on Monday, November -
King Humbert. The remainedin fact that the Emir of Bokhara has announced New York -Charleston & Florida Lines.
empress 25th, 1889, at 10 o'clock in the fore- .
his intention to send his and
V euioe. The Piazza Marco brilliantly son -
was
for authority to sell the followingreal
noon,
heir to St. Petersburg to be educated.
in the in
illuminate\ evening
situate and
property lying being in
The Eiffel Tower has made
honor of the imperial visitors and company a
a .
military band serenaded the emperor. final payment of 100 francs per share and reimbursed Brevard county, Florida, the same being
Empefor William was escorted the shareholders. Henceforth the lands of.Christopher M. Houston, a

t. through the grand canal by a processionof shareholders will take half net receipts during ". minor,under the ace of twenty-one years,
gandolas.; He received a perfect ovation the twenty years the concession runs. to-wit: Begin 660 feet south of the north
-from people' who lined the banks. A dispatch from Constantinople says that line of section 21, township 27, south of

4 The climax was ,reaihed at the Bialto Count Herbert Bismarck, during his recent range :37 east, and 13S6 feet east of the .
where the: entire standing'pao was visit to that city informed Grand Vizier quarter section poston the north boundary .
I black with cheering crowds: The whole Keaiuila Pache that the great powers would of said section 21 at the north-east

length of. the palace was draped. with uuder no circumstances allow Bulgaria to be corner of the tract now owned by one J. -1 S
tapestries anti flags. disturbed. L. Harrison ; thence south 1:50X east

: Opening of the French .Chambers.PAKE Personal. along; said Harrison line 430 feet to Eau The Magnificent Steamship of this Line are appointed to sail as follows: j
*, Nov. IS.-The French chambers Senator Evarts has recovered"\his eye Gallic creek, thence east along the shoreof (Standard Time.) I

met Tuesday. ,M. Pierre Blanc sight. Eau Gallie creek 320 feet to the public From Jacksonville to
as New
York.
S Doyen of the chambers of deputies, occupied Captain Bates, the "Kentucky Giant," road donated by John C. Houston, TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS 8UXDAI& From New York to JacksosviE*I
ft the presidents chair in that who was for many years one of Barmuu's at- thence parallel 437-feet with the road to (CALLING AT CHARLESTON) MondalsWedne.dalskFriday.. Pkrtl.ZE'..
tractions, was married near Troy, 0., Oct. the south-east corner of Mrs. Mary IROQUOIS Sunday, NOT. S. at 13DO ooo (CALLING AT CHABL1MTOX.)
kJ Yr. 23, to Miss A. La Vonne Weatherby. YEMASSEE, Tuesday, 5 at 2:00 p m CnCROKEZ, 3Z1 s
Blanc delivered an address, in Young's land thence west 215 feet to CHEROKEE Thursday, 7. at 4:0) a. J'tIda1.' Nov... 1. a t p '
Henderson, Cannon and Burrows, candidates .. OL.:. \\ a& a. 1"
12. 1DSD1 'ecJa1, R
which he the 8EMINOLE, .
members
z congratulated of the point of beginning, containing Tuesday.Thursday at 7:00 a .. .
for DELAWARE S at S63II. I.
speakership, are already in Washington V'OO Friday ,
the cabinet on the fact that the Bepub- Terms cash. DELAWARE 14.Dee. at a m a
61.100
2 acres. IRUQUOL1oDdar.. y at *- it
and Reed f
and be n
there :
McKinley IROQUOIS. Sunday at II:00.L
..
lie forth. fifth time had the m YEM18SKE.CHEROKFT.. la, at fjOS r. m
repelled
this week. Dated this October 22, 1889. YEMASSEE Tuesday, 151, at It* p.m Wed'tfey m
assault of hostile coalition. MARY V. HOUSTON CHEROKEE, Thurftday 21. at ":00 am Frida .'.* lit at l t
,Mrs. "Stonewall" a.
Jackson is writing a biography .. 8EM3.SOLE.DELAWARE. Monday, at 1R
Five of the delegates from Mont- 8&b1NOLFSunday, 24, at 6:00 p.mat : .
of her husband. Guardian of said Minor, Christopher. M. DELAWARE ToNdar.II 2G, 6.00 ... wed scLJ. 14, al 1 e0 t .
ui
martre presented to the chamber
a"pro Calvin 8. Brice has formerly announcedhis Houston. IROQUOIS Thursday, .. 28, at 8':00 a.ra IROQUOIS, Friday '; : II90 : .
the election of M. Jo YCMA88EE. 'I IM
teaagama' in. A
candidacy for the United States senator- D. L. GAULDEN, YEMASSEE. Sunday 1. at 11 eO a.m : We4..t .
IROQUOIS w a7. MTrUtej. UI p.
the opponent of Gen. Boulanger.; CHEROKEE, Tuesday at ..
"' : n .. I" .
'r>
ship. 27-5t Attorney for Petitioner. SEMINOLE, ThUnc 1. "* S, it ".00R m .SEMINOLE. ,9. -
Blue Boek on the Cretan Trouble.
Crimes and Casnltle NOTICE.In For Information Regarding Freight and Passage
LONDOX Nov. 16.-A blue book on app11Q
the Cretan trouble just published At Trinidad CoL, it is reported that Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial *.J.A.A LESLIE 8.nptl Jacksonville! T. O. EGEK Trafflc 'T. ft Bowing Grwa,Yi.Ta*:
STEAD Agent Fernandina.
shows that Greece, early in August, waspreparing twenty blizzard.cowboys are missing since the late Circuit of the State of Florida, Brevard JOHN L. HOWARD. T.T.A., JsckftcnTffle. 1' ffiOlTMONGEB..T P.L.Jackvoav D' .
to send an expedition to' County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery. W3I. P. CLYDE & CO. General AjrenU; 13 South Wharves Philadelphia I L...
L.. Crete and that the ? were restrained Manhattan, Kan., has a missing county line Greeo,,New York. .
Lord : treasurer, James Fortmer, and a safe which Floyd & Nevins "j
.ker. Salisbury
is one dispatch,
.,/M4 that England ifould consult with can't be opened from which $30,000 is sup vs. J- Foreclosure*
,feer'allies As the prime minister has posed to be missing.A Stephen Ryder et ala
heretofore, averred that England no boat containing four boys capsized on To John P. Magovern, Oliver C. Stark-
the is the Monongahela river at Pittsburg Mon- weather, William B. Fitch and James W4
allies phrase likely to cause a
sensation.. day. Two of them named Williams and Lynde, partners as Magovern &Co., Aaron 1 / VITAL FOR
4 ,, ... Roberts aged about 15 years each, were Adams and John I. Howe, partners as Ad-
Tangier Threatened. drowned. ams & Howe, C. S. Durling and Henry
} PABIS. Nov. ItLA dispatch to The Lee: ,
:Figaro: from Borne says that an Italian Petersburg The, Va.,Fire h'ad5a Record.$500,000 fire Thurs It appearing from the affidavit of Finley THE HG ;
cruiser; and two torpedo boats have been day.The Way, complainant's solicitor, herein filed,

dispatched to Tangier satisfaction mountains are on fire around _Connelb- that the above-named defendants are non :::B'J' := Y :D"a' M 1G; T. a DT"i.
from the Moorish authorities for residents of the State of Florida, and that p ...
the burglary committed by Moors at the yule, Pa. .!-a NAM )bst''ly Medlml TreatUe'an4' euab.'toY UNC' M1..
said defendants'reside in the and Stateof A
The extensive city .. '
works
paper at Nieder- ACCU. toui OLD MAN iu* It .uiitiitj from," ealcBi**, anauor. 1cmOr1.
r office ofthe. Italian charge daff iirrs. If schlema, Germany, have been destroyed by New York, and that they are over the Jepn-< of Splri. Liver Complaint. }>I..n.tf'A lot ths-KUJncy*.a."k1 a11 diteaw da. aod+*t
the demand is not granted. The Figaro fire. age of twenty-one years. It is therefore ordered Acddcni,L'.vi vo,i O/.VL.,l.;-w ce.Nerv ooa D.U2Uyt Viui KTknM 1-U.t .nil

says, Tangier>will be bombarded Marsh fires are doing much damage in that you do appear, plead, answer'or

Boulangtst Babble Dispersed. Fond du Lac county, Wis.Sporting demur to complainant's bill herein filed on i@\_

PARJB, Nor, _Id.-A number Bou1saa or before the 2d day of December, A. D. .,.. .
Sparks.Latham .............
ists; headed bv_MM.Paul Dorou- 18S9, else said bill will be taken as con- la leather full :\It. Pil-.. oaiv one ,to1hr by mail. ..w.-t4.1\ Y 'arPrt. r;;" ..
of the Louis
lade I&isant and, Weraeix' assembled St. club has been fessed. It is further ordered that this notice 'CONFIDENTIAL addreesl.caKtCiudos'"t,2li..;: wziJohitibus Ueaowor .u ;
the 'de IA Cowjorde it. .' conditionally,released in favor of Cincinnati. be published in the FLORIDA STAB, a 3162,BoaUMi,MAM.E I'rela1O.,Lecvlt+with nniAem-v k1-fJ1NoJt 1$ .rem Ai-'t sodrWes..tnThiststhe &. '.
ia Flee
Tues aittksr4 l .i1 esa P'
;
Brooklyn and Cincinnati leave the ELE .TRO MEDICGPNYS14t.dcYtrerpit4MSad
The pelloe disperses, to_ ;gathering, a&aKepmbKeaa Association, if Von der Ahe may his newspa published Titusville, Brevard I adds ry;Is h :ushio t4 ct a"4do,ed.a+ti r tits w.- .
pushes revenge Florida week for .
.aout-ed< 'guards now suri county, ,once a four consecutive .
t t e Plaoe de La Qonoorde. -,# too far. weeks." v ....' I .

S ,Heath.of Ex-C DPMUDaD Comings & Witness A.iA.Ste-5t,' Clerk of the Cir-, !r4\
fat Answer for Two'UTCS.' KiNdAdCrrr, M0.. Nov.._1&-Jadg* pcuit CoHr aad the seajif said'court, at the i ']bt aE Dsstssia of Mee., the dllstlaNLhed satyr.
Jt.wr-os. NC., VcT. 14 epe A.; Cosiiiigo died here Sunday,aiabt of Gaert Home at.Tlnsvlne, this 29th day:of i ? 1h1rD'DuMon.)(.D.. "-"' 'COVE.ED
8 lma states that i T El.IXIIEOP LIFr ANO, & TRUR ..
from ao1m-irs'-r1iBg.. heart Uiseaset! aged t& He was ode of October, At D889<. to r CE, OJ.ANHOOD. saes 7"l -
aiols.i -1awof Mrs. Cenia BTOWD, who the best known lawyers and 'politicians'in A STEWART: l tcoa6le oe to o-rb1 ,eibieBlseteo. _

',:wI, murdered "Friday: lUg.>,,"ws. ;'art the state. He had. served two terma k, Clerk Circuit Court. liedloolaflrmarll.. 4 .,]iaasa. .. _

{ t -..,....abalged l wild,.'_Iwc, %' urO r and., in".. ,. ,. r 'a Qm1plaiA ant's Solicitor, l } r, .,1 ...U.. '' I.I ;h- ,.,.. M .h
? or *! '
,.f'..'' :"1'"" "' n".r>> ..,.,.;:''i .;,'fj..i.tA' $.,... "" ,'- ., ..- ..,'t .! '"> \.- p 1- "' a '.1 ..
.. -/0 .. .., ''::. 'J :: f""""t" -' ".J "--.' _<- '" 9 ; '." ) ;': .. ;t : :.it r.' __ '.



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THE FLORIDA 15TAB THURSDAY NOV. 21 1889. .
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FLORIIXA. In addition to my very Complete : ,THE:MUSIC HOOSE''OF FLOBIDi
arts.Ips:;qf Indian River ,. kV
-p- Stock of : :HERE WE ARE AGAIN ---

TROPIC TRUNK LINE And the Whole Coast of the United
1
THE : A. B. CAMPBELL A
.IfSSplo tlb.FSaoyGROCERIES: : ; States.
.
jefct *VftHe, Tampa, aa .
Key West. System TIDE TABLES, Jacksonville,,Fla.- -


'jJiedtaIes in-Effect Jfay 26,18S' COAST AND PILOTS PUBLICATIONS; J. W. ROGEfiS & CO., Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines

'Train*'of this'line ran on Central Stand- Of the Government Coast and Geodetic Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &
> and arrive and depart from the Before an intelligent, appreciative and White Organs and Chicago Cottage C
.alT, A K. W. and 8. F. &AV. Union de- Survey. Organs. .

pot. HAY & GRAIN Robt. Ranson, Canaveral, Florida, discriminating public,.present ourselves I will Sell and Deliver' at your nearest
West India Fast MaiL and make our bow, announcing that we station High GradePIANOS
SALE AGENT.
No 27 No- 14 are candidates for their favors, good 4
lOOp m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m Write for Chart covering the portionof .
1 64 p m..Green Cove Spring..5 25 a m Dry Goods & NotionsLADIES' coast or river desired, as constant alterations wishes and-cash.

2 40 p na. Palatka Junction.....4,28 a m are taking place. Charts, fifty

J a pm...........Palatka..4 26 a in cents each. As blood is thicker than water, so is
3 23 p m......-Huntipeion-..3 24 a m ry
cash better than credit. We to
?42 p mSeville ...3 00 a m propose .

4 20 p m..DeLand Junction..2. 00 am get out of the old ruts, and Sell our OR.
4 SO p m..Oran e City June....! 48 a m
5 15 p m...........San foro...1 15 a m I Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

5 57 p m.......Winter Park....... 11 53 p m 'Cash. .
6 13 p m..f.......Orlando.........11 40 p m DRESS ORGANSFOB
25 m.Kissimmee..l0 50 m
7 p p
10 13 p m..........Tampa... 7 40 p m *!'_'f.. : We handle a first-class line ofClothing..
10 45 P m..Ar Port Tampa Lv- 6 50 p m : LESS MONEY than any other home in the
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between United States. I Will ship a Piano or Organ to *

New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stopsat GOODS HOW? satisfactory any honest man I will or pay woman freight on both trial was and;U not$25

Kissimmee for supper. Nos. 14 and 27 cash and $10 a month on a Piano,and$10 rh and
"Can the
world know has
connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steam- thine unless man the a good $5 a month on an Organ till paid for not much
he advertises
Line for Key West and Havana. Ships ANDMILLINERY of it. 'VAKDERBILT. possession more than ordinary 'renu.On. these'very liberalterms
tbip I Both Ready-made and to Order. anyone can own a a'luatrunient. Send for
saa from Port Tamp* on Mondays and I "" FREE CATALOGUE containing foil Information. '
Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27 e Sheet Untie.Strings,ViolinBanjo; Guitars, Ae .
at Palatka Junction with the Flor cordeona, and in fact,every Musical Inatroment
connects II. Our that ia made and at very low price. Send for com.
!Sontherr Railway. plete Catalogue I hare 20.000 pieces of Choice'
Music at 10 cents'per copy. .
TRAINS BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND I I Gents' Furnishing Department A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville,,Fla.. 5
DELAND.Lv -
WRITE US
If dealer be halt tile W.
any says
DeLand No91 No89 No87 N Jnnction-7:50p 10:45p 2:45p 12:40p 8:50a.ArDeLand..ll:05p wherever you live,and the bottom put him dawn a* a
first-class hands and Shoes to suit the
4:4p 3QQp 12:55p 9:05a we will ship you a

Ar Deland No82 No84 No86 No88 No92 GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, fine instrument on 15 most .fastidious. Trunks, Valises and

Janction.8:35a 12:15p 2:20p 4:15p 10:30p Days Test Trial in Hand Satchels, too low to quote. r
1 Ly DeLand&:20a 12:00 A 2:05n4OOp 10:10p a your own home.
Trains 88 and 89 run daily, all other / For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can- .z- _:
dally except Sudday. i st.
CLOTHING not be excelled in the county.
9oatk Florida Accommodation. I *

No. 3. No. 6. We earnestly ask an inspection of our .
8 30 m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 45 I .Y .
a p m Goods before elsewhere.J. I
NO CASH REQUIREDUntil buying II
m.Green Cove
9 33 a Spring..5 44 p m I !r
10 23 a m ,.Palatka Junction...4 60 p m
10 35 a m._Palatka..........4 45 p m both warif you hare instrument tested and fails approved.to please Our in freight eilber TV. Rogers & Co.

1117 a m......M Huntington. ......4 00 p m Hats style,price or quality. Ours the .only
11 40am) .Seville.V3 31' P m to give fair and full.test, and boy if.fully pleased.

12 34 p m... DeLand Junction ...2 43 p m
12 48p m... Orange City June ...2 27 p m 40,000 Southern Homes
1 20 p m..Ar Sanford Lv.1 55 p m Supplied by us since 1870 od this TEST TRIAL i4'
Daily between Jacksonville and Palatka; Boots PLAN,first introduced: in the South by us. Fairest S. H. RAY .

dally except Sunday south of Palatka. Xo. those method at a distance of sale who possible cannot;and visit a great ware-rooms benefit to W. L. DOUGLAS
3 connects at Palatka with Fla. So. By. ,

Jacksonville and Sanford Accom- ALL RISK SAVEDBy $3 SHOE FORA
FLA.Gen'l GENTLEMEN.
TITUSVILLE .
, modation.No. Shoes y this trial plan,and purchasers absolutely.* Beet in.the world. Examine hit
lUred perfect Instruments at the very lowest 95.OO GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
.5 No. 78 possible cost. Selling only the best instruments 84.00 HAND-SEWED WELT-SHOE. '
3 50 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..12 45 p m made,that will stand the most severe and 83.50 POLICE AND FARMERS SHOE.
comprehensive testa,we do not fear to send them out 82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE. '
5 44 p m..GreenCoveSpringJ1 40 a m trial let them 82.25 WORKINGMAN'S SHOE.
and stand their
on merits.
solely on
7 22 p m..PalatkaJunction.....10 45 a m All we ask is the privilege of shipping on ap MerchandiseSTORE. 92.OO._ and made 91.75 In Congress BOYS, Button SCHOOL and Lace.SHOES,
7 50 p m.-Palatka.........10 40 a m Perfumery Jewelry proval. No suit,no,pay. Our,freights if we!aU.
,
.8 50 p m........Huntington......,. 9 55 a m TO W. L. DOUCLAS,
922pm..Seville.. ...: ... 9 37 a m EASY SIlYFrom S3 SHOE FOR '
10 35 p m.....Del and Junction...* 8 49 a m us by correspondence.' 'No matter whether LADIES. M
Best Material; Beat Style. Best. nttlDa.
10 55 p m..Orange City Junc... 9 25 a m Cutlery you live either ten or a thousand'miles from ua u not cold by: your: dealer write
11 60 p m......Ar Sanford Lv..... 8 05 a m We ship to?ail Southern States. Onr system is W. L, DOUGLAS.BKOCKTOX. HA88 ti
perfect. Prices la print and alike to alLOne
Dally except Sunday.No. price only.plaln No"more, no less. Large Examine W. Douglas' $2.. Shoes- for .
.78 connects: at Palatka Junction with Discounts from makers prices. All competition Gentlemen. -, '_ .
Florid met. Complete ,outfits free. AU freight I to keep '
Southern
propose
Railway.Aanfa Tin paid. Easy ins qta. Every inducement that FOR SALE BY :::4"
Crockery any fair dealing,house on offer'
,sad Lake Enstis Railway. ,
1 J.
0. HECTOR
LZ1VE ARRIVE Write for Valuable Information. A FirstClass'Stook :, ?.

No. 113 No,l l l No. 110 No 112 Catalogues. _Circulars.' t Special Melbourne, F1a.,., 4
MO p In 4:30 a mJ3anford..8:20 a 8:45 pm Fall Offers-1889. Copy of new '
fc27 p m 4.5it a m..Paola..7:59 a b:22 pm Wood and Paper-"Sharps and Flats"- '-oFGROCERIES- For Sale by. .-' r
&50 p m 5:57'a m.Sorrento..7:34 a 7:40 pm Address
ALL FREE.
U. D. HENDRICKSON
WM p m 6:17 a m.Mt Dora.7:22 a 7:20 pm
6:10 p m 630( a m.Tavarea..7:10 a 7:00 pm Lake AVortb, Fla. .; r.
Daily except Sunday. No. 113 connects I UDDEN & BATES
,at Sanford.with 'V India Fast Mail. No. Willow Ware- THE INTERNATIONALTYPEWRITER .
110 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilletad L

{Sanford' accommodation' for points SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE, m

i North. .
GARDEN SEEDS, SAVANNAH, CA. .
.
Indian Hiycr Express
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No. 27 No. 78 DRY GOODS
1 00 p. m.Lv.Jacksonville Ar..12 45 p m MY SON ,. .
2 40 p m.f alfitka Jqnction..lO 45 p m F&RTILIZERSj

2 48 p m......,..,Palatka..lQ 40 p m ; Will"Deal never with lose the by men it."-who BBK advertise., FRANKLIN.You 4 t

.. 3 12 p m..-...,., eyUlef,.,....,? 9 37 p m NOTIONS
4 20 p m...DeLand Junction,., 8 40 p m 43- Write L. &B.S. M.H.about it. 'ui ,,

4 57 p m..y,Enterprise.-.,..... 8 ,04 p m ETC., I
6 60 pro: ..r.Ar Titusville Lv... 6 00 a m
Steamers leave Ti- Hens' Ladies' & CJtiIdrens'SaOES.
Daily except Sunday,
have added Complete Line of
I'
tustille for all pointsto a .
daily except Sunday, : ,
Indian River as far fcouth as Melbourne :

at 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne : ::
Mondays, Wednesdays ai$ Fridays at 500 FU.RNITUREMATTRESSES r
a hi for all points south as far as Jupiter I
connecting then, with stage for Juno and all SherIff's Sale. ALSOCROCKERY A strictly first-class machine. Fully
Lake Worth. Made from best
landings warranted. very material -
t Under and by virtue. of an execution by skilled workmen 'and with the
Halifax River Express. BEDS,' issued out of the Circuit Court for the GLASSWARE, best tools that have ever been devisedfor
No. 27 No. 7 8 Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, for the purpose Warranted to do all

lOOp m-.Lv Jacksonville Ar-12 45 p m BEDDING ETC.I Brevard county, upon a judgment lately V that can be reasonably expected of the
2 U p m....Ar Palatka! LV..10 40 p m recovered in said court by Annie K. HARDWAREAND very best typewriter extant. Capable,
3 00 p m....Lv Palatka Ar...- 0 35 p m am Agent for the Celebrated Hogg, a free dealer, against D. P. Smith. of writing 150 words per minute-ormore.
fl 00 p m.........Or ond.......... 6" 25 p m as administrator of the estate of Frank .-according to the ability of the
6 2!>p m..../U/ Daytona Ly..... 6 00 a m Bangor Orange Box. Smith, deceased, to be satisfied out of the operator. \ 3
Daily except Sunday assets of said estate in the hands of said Goods. Price, $100.00. *: -
For additional timesatstattonsnotnamedabove Can, supply them in car lots or less on administrator, I have levied upon and Ship Chandlery It there Is no agent in your town, ad .

and for general information, applyat short notice Terms made. will sell at public outcry, in front of theCourthouse dress the manufacturers,

city ticket office. door, at Titusville, in said THE PARISH MFG. Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office,.No. Will also carry the Double Dressed. county,on the first Monday in November, These will be the main features of my Agents ,Wanted. PARISH, $. Y. .
f$ 'Vest'Y6t t and*t Union depot.J Vegetable Crate, the best made. A. D. 1889, between the,hours of 11 a. m. business, but orders sent me for anything ...
A. fcARNEBD, 0, D. ACKEBLY and 3 the real in in Titus-
following-described store
p. m., kept any '
Gen. Pass,Agtp. STENOGRAPHY, and TYPE.
.F.TACK,Supt.Genera}Manager. Orange Wraps, Vegetable Paper.ETC. estate, belon ing to the estate of Frank ville will be promptly filled. FREE, WHITING ''FREE. First., ,
hands of his ad.
Smith, deceased,.in the class facilities and best teachers. -:':AS..
ministrator, to-wit: with for return ,-
dress stamp postage
;. A. 0. CHAELL.MO. I am Agent for the Lot one, section three township thirty Will buy Fruits Eggs CMcte THE PARISH MFG., CO.-, *'\ x xR

& CO south, range thirty-eight east, containing Parish, N.Y. '
. | l 'q} ,A liE ., Bradly FertilizersAND forty-five and one-half acres. Also lot

four, section thirty-four, township twen- Or any Country Produce my customersor NOTICE.
4.' I.P wJ IIDLRTI ty-nine south, range thirty-eight east, friends may bring
A COTTON SEED MEAL.I containing sixty-four and one-half acres. to market.I LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE FLA.!
Oct. 26tb, 1889. /
Also the northeast of ,the north-
quarter
HARDWARE Stock 'of*these Notice is that the follow
carry a Complete west of section three township hereby given
quarter ,
ask for a share of the.public patron. ing-named settler has filed notice of his '
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Goods. ". thirty south, thirty-eight east, containing ,
R D n r range age, and come as a supplicant, not a intention to make final proof In-support
Putt yrRa c ![ Also lot four
Its Profiits is forty-eight acres. said will be
Quick Sales and Small my die tator, asking for your favors. of his claim, and that proof ,
section ten, township thirty-five south,
I If courteous treatment,good made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit
, ;J f[ Tf Motto. range forty east, containing sixtyfourand goods and low figures is Court.at Titusville. Fla.,,on December
a-.r' :RiI";... 4t'lloO Pints Write for prices or Call on me before sixty hundredths acres.' the candidate for 20th 1889* viz: Alexander Forester% of

L 1lIi.-t" T', eat. E... AWIIti1B. OoitCY i placing your orders. JAMES E. BOWMAN, public favor, TtusvlUFla.., HO,No 10249. for the }
}I t A-NNOlT .' ,' Sheriff Brevard Co. then rmelected. lot 1, Sea 1,Tp.. 20.S. of K.35 E. .-
"- BOBBINS & GRAHAM ...He names the. following witnesses towove
',QS ,411 RIWDiBelIcited. ; \ Attorneys for plaintiff,. "24The his continuous residence upon,

., Telephone Yours tliil1i' fL above sale has been postponed until Agent for Chattanooga TlowCaj>> fitd cultivation of. said, land.viz:
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C e .the second' day of December, 1889 Chilled Plows .atuVSugarCane -Brock, Kewl THus\rUle, Fla: lien,*
,1lttflIt tbe.'same' being the first Mondayanthe !W' Fut h,p(8hllbn,,.FIa.t Batter Camp. ? {
K 8t 90; ,: JJp1t;, G EO fir't Monday in the month..- .. **. Mills. bell. ,,George Hunt' ,of Hati .. AJEXANBBS LTOCH,
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Itere.iced. y- J.'t Phases: has removed to Wild wood. mock Three land desirable, located on tracts east of side high of ham-.East Gents.,
.' V,* fresh lot of t'.r Henderson's seeds.' Mr. F. S. Higgins is enjoying a visit Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains > "V_' *,k better,.,'9.00 .

: 6 -\\re hear that a Thanksgiving hop from his mother from the far-off land of 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of half u .. c t 4 -, ,- cc, li45: Over 200 to select from.

Nova Scotia;;: a mile on the river, about eighteen acres ," ." r
be given next Thursday
will, probably, II ai ,_ CC / j U best '
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and :
evening. J. C. Norwood and( wife came a few cleared large trees, a bearing Tract No.rove 2 contains nursery 51..,... gra d'i.,.......S...*-.:}:..;-..'...,-l'...J... 15.00 The Finest Jerseys in town. on,..-, ... ,

-t -Buy your cotton seed meal of J. S. days ago. They have been up to recreate 100 acres with a frontage of five-eighths Usual price, $22 to i'2tt Very Fine Jersey,........_.....__ 1._

Watson & Co. They are head-uarters in "good old Georgia. of cleared a mile, a small on the grove river and, about many six trees acres in i Gents Cotonade Suits, at$350&$5 A Nice All-Wool Jersey....,......, EI

; for fertilizers. Among our recent arrivals we note bearing.' Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100 Gray Flannel Suit, ...... .....$ 6.00 The S. M.C. Jersey fast bUck.- G9
John Rockwell A.Weed, that of Samuel Usher, from 'Kansas and with of one-fourth of a
3jemrs. acres, a frontage Mixed Check and Striped Suits,... &00 Corsets at half the usual price.
of ton N. Y. registered at theGrand Colorado. Mr. Usher is in splendid mile on the* river, which is about four
"'Tarry-It View.fRevirH. ., health, and is soon to be joined by other miles in width. These lands are not un Special Bargains in,Suits at 6.50, $'%50, A Splendid Corset,..................... 4!

..,.. members of the family.Superintendent .., derlaid with rock. ..No'wise man of experience $8:90: and $10.00 The best Corset in the Market(Dr.

Judd,and wife, of Chicago would plant a grove for his own Nice Wool Hats, nobby Styles,63c., 65c Gilbert's), only.......__....WM 'Z9 .
of Life Saving Stations, use on land underlaid. Perfectly
are on a visit to their friend Mr. Philips; so .
Henry D. Shaw dropped in upon us yes-I healthy, free from fog, malaria and frost.
at Melbourne. terday. Capt. Shaw is returning from a Eight minutes walk from house tp ocean Shoes of all kinds will continue to be a leading feature of
.Money ? Money! Money 1/ to beach.
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real estat. Apply to Robbins & tour southward along the Florida coast. For further particulars inquire of

Graham Titusville Fla. He is an excellent man, and will fill the Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR

x position With credit to himself and of ad- Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, agent, Geor-
:,.-3 Mr*. Titus:has had the building on vantage to the service. gianna Fla.

Main street, formerly used by Mr. Fred J. P. TURNER, Propr1.e"tor. /
The painful news of the sudden deathof
Lesley as a billiard saloon, moved aroundso Epocb.
as to face on Washington avenue. !In. Georgia Simmons, wife of Rev. The transition from long, lingering e
Wm. Simmons, reached this place Sat- and painful sickness to robust health
-M. B. Bunnell. bricklayer and : urday. To say that it filled our hearts marks an epoch in the life of the individual. GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM J. H. ROLLED.
plasterer, is prepared to take contracts Such a remarkable event is treas- Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. Notary Public.
with sadness imperfectly voices our
I very ured in the and the
Indian 'ver. Addressall memory agency ::Robbins Graham cto :EI.0'1'11"9:
anywhere on ,
feelings. At public services Sunday Dr. whereby the good health has been attained -

commnnfcatioa' ,", l*(. da. committee to to Brother Simmonsthe that so much is heard in praise of Elec- ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD t EXCTIAXCEB.
convey tric Bitters feel they owe their f
so
; many
Mr.J.H. Browne of City Point,was Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.
tr =- sympathies of the community in his restoration to health to the use of the 4

at the Indian, ., River,Hotel... lastevening; bereavement. Great Alterative and Tonic. If you are P. O. Box, 25O, ,
also. air P, f!: Stout Lewiston, Me., troubled with any disease of Kidneys
*
Rev. E. J. Getman preaches at the Liver or Stomach, of long or short standing TITUSVILLE, BREVABD CO., FLORIDA.
who are down)here to attend to some public hall every second Sunday; Rev. you will surely find relief by the ., 1

building near- Ipdianola. James Bolton the third Sunday of each use of Electric Bitters. Sold at 50c. and We Buy :and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list of t
81 bottle Dixon &
Drug
at Gray's
1. The morning train leaves for Jack month. The congregation embraces a Store.per nShiloh' carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County. '
RELIABLE Information furnished to character location and value of Ro-
the mail and at as any
sonville at 5:45; express large portion of the people. We are '
.Catarrh Eemedj-* positive cure for Ca perty on Indian River.
f 11:57 a. nu The afternoon freight and accommodation practically a church-going people. The Urrh. Diptheru, and Canker Month. Sold by Dick Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,

l: arrives at. 3:35; fast mail Sunday School is of the union type. It ,son *Grr. Titnsnlle,Fla... and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who' i

and passenger; at 6:25 p. m. stands next to that of LaGrange as the The wet ('eo.JL Tb..er, cf Bourbon, hid,N.11: may favor us with their patronage.
Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
-Mr. ,. A. :Wood arrived here last oldest in the county. Geo. N. Hatch is Consumption Cure" Sold by Diclson & Grey,Tltmmlle Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-

night from'Nest Chazy N.,Y., accompanied superintendent and Clara Sanders secre- ,Kla. priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pam P hlet.

t by Fred and George, Vassar and I
who will with him at tary.City GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM Secretary.
Eddie! Breese,. stay Point sustains a loss in the de-

Bockledge his winter home. parture of L. R. Ord for the Argentine gOYA.b DBrT7trcaL: L'tosrtzra.ot of Title 00.,

-;J-;A. Durs, of ,Crescent City, the Republic, South America. Mr. Ord has Incorporated A. D1889.

pioneer E well-sinker of the State of Florida shown himself an apt agriculturist as CAPITAL, STOCK, $5,000 ; FULLY PAID; KOS-ASSESSABLT.
a
;is now operatingat: Lake Worth, Fbu, well as a most agreeable friend and or. Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c for each'id-;

s where all pmmunications may be address neighbor. He will engage in civil engineering .[etetr M' dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, visa$'1.OQ
& for the first additional and oOc. for each succeeding transfer.
i 4} andjofonaation received.- for a company of English capitalists

Mr. Jt L. Peck, of Massachusetts; engaged in the construction of a .d Taxes Paid for XoH-Resldcnts.
railroad. We $& For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry situ
and Mr. J. PLane, of Kentucky, were are glad to say that he con-
:annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
t Arrivals at Indian River Hotel yesterday. siders this place his home and hopes to Sale. 12

They'are bound for Jupiter, havingmuta return in two years. Box 250, Titusville, Fla.DEATITR .

t a flying trip to the Gulf Coast, St. Dr. SS'. M.,Fee and wife,of Melbourne, I =

Augustine and other portions of the were pleasant visitors at Dr. Holme's E. L. BR..A..D-Y,

State. '. .... last week. The Doctor has been inves-

-J. 8.Watson v &Co have the strawberry tigating the reputed rattlesnake cure. -AKI GENERAL MERCHANDISE,,

i pl agts. Send them your orders. A correspondent from. Little Valley, N. TEEUSYTUiE FLORIDA, Y

*_:MR'CL Il Corey the noted naturalist Y.the, furnishes unquestionable evidence of Calls the attention of.the people Indian,River to the Large and Complete Staek.
efficacy of a simple plant in a large
of Boston, has purchased a tract of of ;

land north of the Chester Shoals Houseof number of cases. Perhaps the Dr. may 2Er"jSL3XrO"X" cfc ST.A..TP*"**-**: GKE%.< )OE3XUnBfll!. ,
be induced at some not distant day to POWDERAbsolutely. .
Refuge en the ocean beach not far
,
give to the public the agreeable resultsof GARDEN SEEDS AND SEED POTATOES:
from Heath, and is having ,A hunting I Hade a Specialty.
lodge erected on the premises. We learn his investigations. The plant in ques- Pure.This Cotton Seed Meal always in tock; and being Agent for the Mapes and cfe

**,thatjhe carpentery work Is so nearly tion is of the violet family-viola sag- brands of Fertilizers, can deliver same direct from the Manufacturers Agency,*+A
geiL"Subscriber" powder sever Tariec. A marvel of parity at their price. We also call the attention of the public to oar NEW SHOE,DEPARTMENT
-t completed that painting will be commenced strength and whotesotneneM. More economic which is well stocked in Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes Off
than the
ordinary kind sad cannot be sold in com
hits
:, some time next week. Mr. the nail on the head petition with the multitude of low test,abort weight stock of GRAIN, HAY & FEED, of all kinds, is the largest in this section.
Corey has spent several winters on Indian when in reply to Mr. Bobbin's article he alum or phosphate powder Sold only ins cans. Your orders are solicited, and any correspondence or quotation will be pra*
Royal Baling Powder lo..106 Wall L. Kew York. ,
Biter, and will be' gladly welcomed as suggests the "conferring upon the county ly attended to. _3*

a permanent resIdent. commissioners the, power to refuse licenses Second-Hand Buck-Board, ----

For continuation of Local tec jint page. to sell liquor to persons of doubt HAVING BOUGHT THE 1XDI15
ful character." In good state of repair, for Sale, Cheap.
We
unite with him in
La Grime believing that this measure is a valuableone. Apply to THE BEST WATCH II THE WOULD RIVER BAKERY

We are sorry to learn that Mr. Han- If "selling" wins we know of nothing S. H. RAT Titusville., Fla. 2mo FOR THE MONEY! We will Keep on Hand Eiery Daj

haw has lost his horse. so efficient to curtail the evil of the J. M"o A T iT iTC;-. .... !. R,

c J. Mendell has shipped all the fruit saloon as this feature annexed to the license EAU GALLIK, FRESH BREAD, CUES PBS,
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'4, from his two corset groves. system. :It was the soul of the Is prepared to Sink ARTESIAN ONLY $20,1!!!! ETCL ALSO

E Dr. A.B. Cohen of Sanford, addressed Brooks' Law in Pennsylvania. Only 100 WELLS any place between Georgianaand

r full Sunday last. persons could be found qualified to sell St. Lucie; 75c. per foot to )Oft. arafavaR
a congregation Bottlers
of
Stfuater
: liquor in Pittsburg. The number of saloons Will contract to any depth. ;;;f1 11;;;;; 6it
the form @
The young trees by store a
in Philadelphia fell from 6,000 to J. PRITCHARD,President For a 14K. Gold,
4 beautiful sight the dark bright leave
Filled, Open Pace, Ale ud Itm DTI1IL
1,200. It about much be dreaded
for was as to W. M. BROWNCashier. ,
the
balls K
being fitting background
;af Stem Wind, Screw
of which the branches the by the saloon keepers as prohibitionwhile :
weigh to
t gold
Back and front PRCOOTATTENTION.
cue ALL ORDERS RECEIVE
ground. tial. character in the seller was essen INDIAN RIVER BANK with anA '' .

From the length oi time the train has .

to stop to take on freight we think the Jlnpiter. Titusville!! Florida. aClROfiWUTHAJICaao S. A. BELCHER .& WIFJUtT* ?
time" mentioned "Observer" mOT.ment-
near by
A shark measuring ten feet is the latest A GEHER1L BASKIHG BUSI5LSS TBAH-
warranted by PROPRIETOR
when side-track would be .
a a necessity
catch by Mr. Eddey.Mr. .
his SACTED.Exchange maker for SI Tear
come.' John Clemenson returned from WATCHESMdto TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Our friend,'Mr. Chapell,1w applied to bought and sold. Special and M
Key West on the sloop Star Nov. 1st. prompt attention given to collections. Loans any point ofC01IDU7wherethen the
his grove the ual heavy coat.of mulch negotiated on first mortgage for Savings
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Capt. Shaw, superintendent of LifeSaving Banks Corporations and Individuals. Inter.
so we expect he will have his customary est allowed on time deposits. riliul U F
an Zzpreo Office
anxiety of mind during the season of Stations returned from his tour Advances made upon available collateral. MSONYHIE MAMIE Ct
of inspection down the coast Nov. 10th Approved business paper.discounted. C. O. D.ulject to ,
forest fires. Drafts on all parts of Europe. L
and departed Nov. 11th. Business done at Jacksonville rates. inspection beforepnrchsalagwhea DaSen.
1. A. Colemaa recently butchered a Every favor consistent with sound '
Mrs. Geo. W. banking, cheerfully extended. u..am.a+ti
Y 367-lb. hog, which was grown on his Eddey departed for her order is accompan:
lace. It was found so! heavy for his home on Block Island, R. L, Nov. 15th CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville. S.J.....wI
Jacksonville. Fla. The Seaboard led by SOe. to
; National pay
f\rce.tb'be gladly accepted the help'of to spend Thanksgiving and the,holidays.Mrs. Bank.New York. 23 charge I Jroa Isaclss.:
,eevera ladies in the neighborhood at the
Eddey has the honor of
iahin .'* organizingthe iJ ats.ate> ,JJ.&J.i ,A Ia.aFarltetllatl3
'. ..' first Sunday School in Jupiter. Her TTTUSVILIiECOMMERCIAL ............ ,
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Bessie ?b..b.
*In school No. 1 Feaster Elbert tovtockenter. r
scholars wish her a happy New Year_and .M........t+ .
Froacher and Cbleman Mendell held
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highest rank in A grade the past week, a merry Christmas. V3 for an Hbtstraied Catalogue.

and Jakie Feaster. in tB grade, having -.. ._, : .

been perfect in all their numerous recitations. The Pulpit and the Stage. WM. H. SPECK JmLEI r, .-,
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Julia Feaster had best average i---
io C grade and Chas. Carlile in D. Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United -- 1nIe -
& Brethern Church Blue Mound. Kan., < Cor. Lemon and Front 8ea. z: : .e.7iiatiK
says: "I feel it my duty to tell what Institute.Will ., Ieea76 !,.
Baptist, Association wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has PALATKA, FLORIDA.: ewncffl6Jj .
<" ,AT THE COURT HOUSE. done for me. My lungs were badly diseased Open for active work Monday

The association will convene at 11 and mvparishoners thought I could the 2nd,day of December..,All Students
4 o'clock Friday, Nor. !&. Introductory only live a few weeks. I took five bottles desiring to this the
enter lad Class will
sermon will be preached Friday night at of Dr. King's: New Discovery and notify the Principal at once. Terms, as Q. J. $EC 'oRHardware :,
7 p. m. Saturday--BreachmS'11 a.and'7 m. am sound and well, gaining 26 poundsIn follows: .
weight. *
at pw 11 m.L a.Sanday---Mis&iojaary'Service for'ladies at sermon 3. Arthur Hove, Manager Loves' Funny Fan Commercial eta,fo bourse TtfM of PtnaiAttAlxip Book-Eeepteg.aa4; and.

BucoBdBCted. by Mrs L.B,TeU Folks Combination, writes: "After a Mathematic $3iO 00
secretory Woilwgit'a 3t sioaary: aroughtri4and, convincing evidence, Books paper. peb.Ink,etc,for nm S &0
{i am confident Dr. New DtscovI Penmaaship, ,. ,
a7 p. .King's complete ooctne.. i on
i > V>s1 breth..i I cry for consumption beats"*em all, and 7iathematlcs.pet month- 3 OO General:Produce ...:-
will to the of Payments to be mule. .aa.a anad etS w. I.aeflanica ..
etc.. report committee: cash oaaialf down .
ceptioa,.wio. wit meet bea t at,the'.trains greatest carea.wfcea ktecfeesft everything, I can-do else falls, The bn&ch.lit aa XOM rVr.?fee reran teat books, copy book foram, eta,, c' ,, -\"....<.'.''. .... ":, .."" t t ".* = ..cae w...aa..xps
my raasj kaiak puttnlanappr?mIL ** '
and tbe'1et to bemes 'preM lot tfrOMund ftte Seth: .......u..._
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1Mi T tow"J. T. It. to urge tfeeettotanr K 'SCOTT. Tit| 'Ue, Fla .J' _a r v$ -MEBCHAMTfMelbettree # IIQIe. .,awe. -,............e(.....-
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