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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: December 5, 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.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL TITITSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, DEC. 5, 1889. NO. 33 ':J vX. -

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LOCAL LACONICS.J. =Goods useful and ornamental in end- -Goods suitable for all kinds of pres- -Elegant Christmas goods.in great variety -Step into Mrs. ScrimgeouVs/: and seethe .

8. Watson & Co., have just received less variety at Mrs. Scrimgeour's.Capt. ents at Mrs. Scrimgeour's at Mrs. Scrirageours's. neatest and prettiest dressed store is- >

t fine lot seed potatoes. T. E. Richards, of Eden, was a -Staple goods only at Mrs. Scrim- -Large stock double dressed vegetablecrates Titusville. JJ; j

-Mr. L. B..Dawson, of Narrows, has visitor to our town Saturday and Sunday.Step geour's. Reasonable, profits is her motto on hand. Geo. B. Rumph. Wanted a good horse for general

been stopping in town for a few days in and select your Christmas in trade. 9 -Mr. A. E. Valkenbu h, of New use-sound and kind. J. G. .Powell*? '.
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. his week presents at Scrimgeour's. Full value -Ne\v crop of refugee bean seed ; York is in town, having arrived last .Cocoa, Fla.

-Mrs Jas. Pritchard has been quiteill for your money. | Valentine & Shipper's favorite beans night. -Furniture now in stoclc and wiir

for the past few days with a severe .tMrs. J. T. Ernest, of Lake Worth, just received. Geo. B. Rumph. -Elegant line of Millinery and fancy continue to keep this line i in f supply.. S

cold but is now much better. was among the arrivals. at the Grand -Mrs. Simonson has been ill in bed goods at Mrs. Scrimgeour's, on Washington Geo. B. Rumph. ..

-Mr.. D. 8. Hutchinson, owner of the View last Saturday.J. for the past few days with a bad cold avenue. -Save your furs and skins and send '

uetr Indian River Hotel, is expected towife.bout S. Watson & Co. have on hand but we are pleased to learn she is now -Books and oil paintings given awayto them to J. S. Watson &. Co, They pal

the first of next week. two cars of vegetable crates. Donit fail much better. spot cah customers by ,Geo. B. the highest cash price. : ,.. .

-Indian River oysters can now be had to see them before you buy. -Mr. Geo. F. Ensey started for his Rumph, Titusville. Money Money II Money 11' to-

and our fish and oyster dealers are receiving -Mr. Ed. L. Huntley, Chicago's 'ding place at Tropic on Monday to superin- -Mr. F. H. Balch representing the loan on real estate. Apply to Bobbins &

them almost daily from down the clothier, was in town Tuesday and tend the building of his house and the Boston Courier, arrived here last night, Graham, Titusville, Fla.

river. appointed Messrs. Rogers & Co. as his clearing of his land. and left for Bockledge today.Dr. -For Christmas supplies! of candies,

._Mitt" Anna Stanford one of Sparta's local dealer in ready-made clothing for When: ypu get ready for Christmas L. T. Daniel, of Cocoa, is in nuts, dried fruits and fancy and staple

lively young ladies (Ga.) is visiting with this place.Mr. goods call on Belcher & Screyen, who town this week attending to dental work, groceries, all fresh stock,!call on Geo. B. ;

Mr. and Mrs. J. A.'Miller at the GrandA C. C. Converse of Jacksonville, I will have the largest stock of toys, etc., with his office at the Grand View. Rumph, Titusville. "

''V" who has been on Indian River for about ever brought to this market. Make known your wants to J. S. To the ladies,. When you can't. be.

'9fi Nettie May Gifford, teacher of a, week representing Paine's Fertilizer Work has been resumed on the new Watson & Co. Theirs are 19, and yours suited in the other stores just call on Mr: ;:

tBepublic:' school at La Grange was in Company, returned to the metropolis Methodist Church the spire been up and may outnumber theirs, and they can Scrimgeour, where you can find first-class t

town visiting some of her friends last Tuesday morning. the weather-boarding on, and it will, help you. goods and the right attention..

Saturday. Archdeacon S. B. Carpenter has probably be completed in two weeks. -Mrs G. M. Bradley, nurse and infant -Mr. Heath, owner of Dammit grove., .

-St.Gabriel's Sunday School will have .I been appointed by,Bishop Weed to take -The Rev. A. T. Sharpe will conduct arrived on last night's train from returned from his trip to Ocala Saturday:;

A Christmas tree on Christmas Eve at charge of the parish of St. Luke's EpiS- morning and evening service at St. Ga- North Haven, and were the guests of the evening and left again, Sunday morning" "
the church. The carols are now being copal Church, at Orlando, until a rector briel's Episcopal Church on Sunday next. Indian River Hotel. They left for to look after his orange crop. ;

rehearsed for the occasion.J. has been appointed. Service will commence at 11 a. m. and 7 Rockledge this morning, where we under- -Mr. Adams, from Nebraska, has just..
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A. Durst, of Crescent City the -Another dance will be given New p. m. stand Mrs. Bradley will open and take: completed building, lighter with a very
pioneer well-sinker of the state of Florida Year's Eve, at Wagers' Hall, when all -:Miss Minnie Joyner, who has' beenon charge of the Tropic Hotel. high cabin, which he will use as a float;

,is now operating Lake Worth, Fla., present will have the pleasure of dancing a visit to her sister at City Point, for -Following in the wake of the social ing residence upon Indian River. :,

vbere all communications may be addressed the; old year out and the new year in. some weeks,past, returned to town on entertainment given a few weeks back at -M. B. Bunnell. brick-layer ,and .

and information received. The Hotel Indian River band will be ob- Monday, saying her stay was a most the Indian River Hotel by C. H. Walton, plasterer, is prepared to, take contracts

-;The decorations at St. Gabriels for tained if possible.Mr. pleasant one. was the small but pleasant gathering at anywhere on Indian ,River. Address,
and :Mrs. N. Alvord of New -Mrs. W. P. Lawshe, wife of our gen- the residence of Mrs. M. P. Robbins on' all communications to Titusville, Flori
the wedding Tuesday evening were ar-
. ranged by Mrs..Budge and Mrs. Bobbins, York, were registered at the Grand View ial railroad agent, arrived here last Saturday Monday evening. Mrs. Robbins is well da. ,29, r

sad they were. 'highly complimented by last Friday and are on a few days' visitto and is quite well pleased with this known for her indefatigable spirit in pro- -Messrs. Welles and Foss, who were

many of the large congregation present.A Cocoa and Bockledge. Mr. Alvordwas place. In company with Mrs. Kidwellshe moting these pleasant little social partiesin mentioned in these columns last week"as '
a visitor here twenty years ago, when visited :Melbourne Tuesday. town. The third social gathering arrivals from Chelsea, Mass;* were in
full line of
brash surahs silks plushes, ara- this region was almost a wilderness. -Mr. Geo. )Mentzel a nephew of )Ir. will take place this (Thursday) eveningat town the first part of the week 'looking s,
chenilles
J embroidery
uss. -Miss May Nolan, who has been stay- and Mrs. Treutler, Treutler House, Eau the residence of Rev. Sidney Wilbur. at some of the hammock lands offered .
tilki,plush balls,bells,banner rods rings '
ttt,and lots of other pretty goods too ing with Senator and Mrs. G. S. Hardee, Galliearrived here last Friday afternoon -Conductor F. U. Villeret left here for sale in the Turnbull Hammock, just. '

numerous to mention at Mrs. Scrim- at Rockledge, came up to town Monday from Chicago, and left next morning Sunday morning for Sanford, from which north of town.
geoor's. evening, and left for Sanford next.morn- on steamer St. Lucie, for the above place place he was to take charge of the train Captain Simon son has the sleek

ing where she will stay for about a fortnight where he will stay during the winter. running between the above place and Yankee Doodle hauled out on his 'ways.
and
The old-renowned orange grove the with her parents, Judge and :Mrs. -Mr. Geo. E. Coon, Mrs. G. F. Coon Tavares. Mrs. Villeret accompaniedhim. I for her winter garb of paint and trIm ?
pl ce on Banana River known as
DeSoto has been leased for fiverein Nolan. We are always pleased to see and family, and Miss Newberry, of Last night, however, Mr. Villeret ming..Asa party boat the Yankee is. w
toM&Arthur grove Franklin of Canav- Miss Nolan's pleasant countenance in Huron, S. D., arrived in town Monday, returned to town again, and we under- hard to beat, and no doubt the Captain
town. and left I stand he is to be installed in his recently will have launch her
for where for
next day Eden they to shortly a
,sal. Be frill reside there and go into
market gardening.Mr -Captain Chas. Brock took charge of intend spending the winter. No doubt I vacated position as conductor here, while cruise down the river with some party of '
Mr. Gene Adkins .
will
act as conductorin '
the steamer St. Lucie on Friday morninglast they will enjoy the change of, climate : pleasure seekers. ,
G.Weiber is his lotan
clearing the
:, up place of Mr. Villeret between
MVm in place of Capt. Bravo, who has from that of South Dakota.Dr. -There will be a Sabbath' School entertainment
kreet. and repairing the buildings Sanford and Tavares.Mr. .
gone after the new steamer Sebastian. Geo. E. Walton, of Cincinnati, and two Christmas trees at
thereon, and as loon as this is ac
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Qaptain Brock says that although this is, who has been on Indian River for about J. M. Dixon, who has been experimenting the Presbyterian Church on Christmas
complished will open a shop for repairing
with Florida
comparatively a new country to him, he two weeks, visited New Smyrna last sawpalmettoberries Eve. The one will contain presents exclusively
loots
and shoes also making goods to
up
order He will not keep custom made was surprised at the large number of old Thursday and returned here Friday, re five different as a medicinal agent, has made for the Sabbath School ; the
.st ck. acquaintances he has met during the few maining until Monday morning. We preparations from this berry other will be a community tree-open to
days he has been on Indian River. learn he has made an offer of $12,000 for the botanical name of which Is Sabel all for presents to any friends, whetherin
-We notice that Mr. Henry Titus is Serratula. Beside making the fluid
the Barnes property at Cocoa. ex- or out of the Sabbath School. This tree
doing a good business at his "City Shoe I -Mr. Edgar E. Jones of Baltimore, tract and tincture, he has succeeded in will be the peoples'tree. All are Invited.
Store." As the location is an excellentone M. D., who has. been in this section since -Mr.: F B. Sackett has been over to extracting the aqueous distillate, sac- to be present and share in the enjoyments '
;and the proprietor is always courte- last week, rms been on a trip down the, his grove at Heath for a few days and charated oil and essential oil. The ber- of the evening.
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'ous and ready to wait on his patrons, the river and also to Heath for a few days returned well loaded with oranges and ries contain more saccharine matter than '"

*success, he will meet"with will be gratifying last week viewing Mr. F. B. Sackett's pineapples for his guests, which they did sugar-cane, and Dr. Dixon thinks it couldbe -Knox, the painter, informs us that-
to himself and all who wish to see orange grove. Mr. Jones seems anxiousto considerable justice.to. He also broughtsome fermented without much trouble intoa he has his hands full of work. He has R

Urn do well purchase an orange grove, provided he very fine samples of tea and coffee spirit. For colds, sore throat, lung just completed painting the residence of .
.
-Mr. Kirkwood. of Orlando Florida can find one to suit his fancy. He took from the plants growing on his place. troubles and catarrh it is said to be a val E. B. Wager using! Messrs. Reynold
& Co.'s villa paints made in New.York.
*bo recently sold his orange grove there another trip down the river Monday by -By scanning the local columns of the uable remedial agent These feel .
paints, we sure we can .recommend
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for$20,000, was prospecting in our town sailboat, and expects to return today.Mr. Kissimmee Leader we see that Mr. N. C. -A change of schedule went into effect and as for the painting Mr. Knox;

property last week with the intention of J. W. Huntington, who left for Bryan the active member of the firm of with the Indian River Steamboat deserves especial mention for his promptness I

booming a resident here'and starting in his home at Hartford, Ct., last August, Messrs. Ray & Bryan, of this place, is Company Monday morning. The steamer and the good work he does for his '

1t ttDeM. As he is a man experienced made his first appearance in town on now at work sinking a four-inch artesian Georgiana commencing to-day,will make patrons. We learn that Mr.: J. M., Lee-
*Uh this country we would like to see Sunday, having drove over from EnterPrise well for that city. The piping is expected two trips a week from Titusville to Jupiter has secured his services on the Hotel Indian

Urn located here. where he has been attending to his to penetrate several hundred feet to carrying freight and passenger, River.
since his return to Florida secure the amount of flow desired. leaving Titusville Sundays and Thurs- aMrs.
-Mr. J. C. Norwood sold his house and orange grove Jarvis and her sister, Miss T. '
lot on Main street last week to Mr. C. A. about two months ago. He left for Enter- -Mr. Jas. G. Martin and daughter, days; returning, leaves Jupiter so as to Harrison, of Cocoa, arrived id town on <
Webber. yesterday, to see to the shipPing Miss her cousin arrive at Titusville Tuesdays and Satur
Mr. Norwood's friends in this prise again Allis accompanied by Saturday evening from San Antonio, ,
town deplore with him the loss of his newtatdence of his oranges, and will be back at Miss T. Richards, arrived at the Indian days. The steamer White will carry mail Fla., and left for home on the schooner .

which was consumed by fire at his place at Aurantia in about three River Hotel on Monday from New York... and passengers on the Melbourne-JuPiter Manatee Sunday afternoon. Hiss Harrison

Cky Point last Tuesday night. Mr.. Nor-: weeks. Mr. Martin has been away since last route,leaving Melbourne Mondays, Wednesdays has been at the convent San Antonio a
wood had insurance and the fire Is April, and looks remarkably well after his and Fridays on arrival of the
no -Mr. W. J. Duncan, a prominentfruit for the past three months, studying'vocal
steamer St. Lucie from
ppcecd to be of incendiary origin. dealer and commission merchant of northern sojourn. Miss Allie Martin, Titusville making music. She said she was glad.to '

-capt. C. F. Fischer and wife,who, Dy New York City, and wife are spendinga who left Indianola last May Day, has improved through Jupiter mail connection, returningfrom get back to Indian River again, and we o
Tuesdays
tile way, it bis first mate, and crew con- short time on the river, staying at very much in appearance, as well Thursdays and have no doubt her many friends were
ding of one man, arrived here with thesooner Rockledge. Sunday evening Mr. Dun. as having gained 381bs. in weight duringher Saturdays.the By this schedule all our pa- pleased to welcome her back ,}Ira.Jarvis .
trons Melbourne and
on
Jupiter
Williams of Rock- absence. With the exception of a route and her sister the
El ie last Friday morning about can and ex-Senator were guests of
will receive the STAR
without
10 o'clock. We think the Captain goth ledge, arrived in town from a few days' collision with a schooner just after leav- delay. the Grand View while in town. Daring

over Smyrna bar just in time to escape trip through the orange belt region and ing New York and a couple of very -The Thanksgiving Hop at'Vagel'sHall their, stay in Sanford they attended a'

the recent cold and unpleasant Marion county, returning via Palatka.Mr. rough days at sea,the passage was,an un- last Thursday night was largely at- reception at the residence of Mr. and '

'etUier, which would have been, more .Duncan thinks that four-tenths of the eventful one. They left here for their tended and was adecided success in every Mrs. Hill, given,in honor of Mr. H. )f.

& a unpleasant outside. The Captain's orange crop has been moved to market home at Indianola Tuesday morning. way. The evening was so cool that any Papworth, who has just returned to Sanford f

Wends, are all glad to see him back again, already ; that three-tenths of the remain- -Seventeen claims were filed before anfbunt of dancing was not fatiguing from his trip to England. They said .

**l we noticed that he had his custom- der of the crop in groves has been sold by Judge Jones last Saturday by'laborerswho and the twenty dances on the program the reception was a most pleasant and
*7 national colors hoisted: Sunday last the owners on the tree or boxed f. o. b., have been working on the new hotelat were all disposed of. We notice that enjoyable one throughout for all wha.

Paptaln and Mrs. Fischer were accomrj' and thai the remaining three-tenths is St. Sebastian. There is also a lot of dances in this town arts fast becoming were fortunate enough to be present ,<"*

lsied u7 Miss Lnyra Larsen, a young still for sale or.:for! shipping. He expects, brick and material being held here for quite toney, for the introduction is hard- .. >> -.. ..
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.'- 1 who has just arrived from,Denmark.Hr. consequently that Indian. River fruit the amount of freight due on it,:the Lox- ly ever started these evenings until after Communicated .r.} .i

1L, Goldsmith, wife and two will soon bring high' prices, as. in a few ahatchee already having nearly load. nine o'clock and even the,gentlemen are Editor Florida Star: .. ;\H." ..

-. arrived' here from Columbia, S. C., weeks the orange crop in other parts of Contractor Carter was in town the first, coming out in evening dress by wearingthe Having had, notice only through your

17 evening and present they are the State will be almost totally marketed. part of the week and saFs.that.he thinks "claw-hammer." All the young ladies columns of being one of tbo )inspectors _

.'"t .h [r.jJ/R Gniber, JI.is. Being a commission n merchant, he is not everyone will receive their pay and,the present last Thursday evening seemed appointed for an election to be held OB '
I '"U. open a stock: of dry goods, no-. an advocate of the Fruit, Exchange, but work will go on. The company,has:been. to be in livelier srfrits than usual and the tenth 'of December, ,and 'b UeTiffg{ .

.... etc., iii!tlu 'Wtct' iiie building in:: says he secures, all the fruit.he wants,anbaf disappointed in making a', ,loan, and,as' the gentlemen were never more on their said election to be: a farcially gratuities

1B-, ,\ iticej! tit, eflieiErise by no- personal dislike to ,the methods of they have plenty of land located on the gallantry and attentiveness. Quite a expenditure of tax-payers' moneyb.' -

column' adverb |,$q> QA'Pur. that organization, but_ he,objects to the St Sebastian it may be necessary' to raise number of those present' are desirous of viouIy illegal and ineyitably non-c0f} *.'-
i'sBe. Mr. '''M. CWdsmith intends plan, of auctioning off fruit ,in large the funds by a mortgage. We hope. to such another event when the band for elusive of practical results, the:,undersigned '
_Ig in steam pumps for irrigation, quantities, which,he .says, .realizes less see the matter amicably arranged and the Hotel Indian ,River arrives here.. As hereby declines to 'partidpate
"' *vt"iery of .different kinds: also profit to tKe'grower:than though. he shipped the_hotel 1. completed itwill. probablybe the band will have to.,stay over night'at balloter otherwise., -

ba dOdin8 ng, balusters, eta, and probably, j ; ,to .''a reliable, commission_ house. greatly needed, if it can be completedand this place itremains for the gentlemen to plead Neither"irregularity1 party 'defcated\\\and absence Wli of awt .'}

$<<..._ .a stock of. aanouiH3emens glassware and glazProper will-. >I essrs.-'Duncan'and Williams.returned_ furnished in a short, time ready for secure',them, for the ladies will ever be tbority.. D."P. o IBSOS.I ,
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_In these columne ia f ashof time. :to Bockledgo Monday morning. the present season ready, at short notice, for a dance. Sebastian,.Dec.,1889. '._ \
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buralag Anaconda mine, and it &probable :- -. ." .' The>teaders bfthe'STAB will bepl leased /
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.. : ]NN'T) 'j kYOYIPietkraFarmers that there,are three others. The man Oar Ex-Mlaister to G jnany" tJles tn to-leamthattbere Is at-least obe dreaded 19J.S.WATSON&GI :

1 'knbwn"to be in '"the mine is Edward Brussels.BRUSSELS disease that science has been able to cure

f J Dolan. He was on.the day shift and it Nov. 28.-Hon.. George H. in all its stages,'.and that is Catarrh. .

{ .:i. w" is probable he got into the mine before Pendleton, ex-minister of 'the United Hall's Catarrh Cure is the,onl1 positive

the alarm was riven. John Lyons, one States to Germany,'died in this city. Sunday cure known to the medical fraternity. .. -0-

,..-.. "'" Object to ant of the injured,"is unconscious and will night. Catarrh- being a constitutional disease, t ;

f':S'.... ::: ;,... "AmalgamationtX probably die. The force of the fire is believed 13iogretp caL requires a constitutional treatment.
":." to diminishing.. The mine remains Hon. George. H Pendleton was the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally. J

l _:::.' t'J: r ,_ ; sealed. Preparations 'are being grandson of Nathaniel Pendleton, an historical acting directly upon the blood and

.,!, 4i' ". ,.the ,Farmers'' Alliance and made to flood it. character of New York, who was mucus surfaces of the system, there- ,

i *t' ; the Knights of Labor., A Mother at 13. the second son of Alexander Hamiltonin by destroying the foundation of

; ." ADAIESTTLLE,'Ga, Nov. 29.-Mrs.Vib- the duel with Aaron Burr, in which the disease, and giving the patIent FORWARDING 1

.' bie Lee, aged only 13, gave birth to a the former lost his life. George H.'was strength by building up the Constitutionand .

:! 4T5' ".Claim.There Is Xo Connection, Be-. nine-pound boy.. She has been married born in Cincinnati in 1825, and was assisting nature in doing its IJork ii

rio f' Between the Two Organisations, and two years. e The proprietors have so much faith in

:.. : r*Can Jferer Be Any Sympathy as its curative powers that they offer One AND ,
: Anarchists THE KING'S DAUGHTERS. Hundred Dollars for any case that it fail COMHSSIW
'i : Xeffroes Socialist and Are
to cure. Send for list of testimonials
Remarkable Growth Thls'Great Chris .
t OttJeetionable.ATLANTA tr
iaa Organization.
Ga.. Nor. 29. There is con- YORK Nov. AddressF..J. CHEST & Co.. Toledo, O.
NEW 28.-At the central
-, ciderable dissatisfaction the Sold Toe. 29.
among 8; by druggists.
council .of the King's Mrs.
ssember*. of the Fanners'_ Alliance in Daughters, MERCHANTS
t Isabella Charles Davis
a
tbs etate' over the action of President gave summary Are Ton made miserable indigestion. Const
from the field forth the
setting growthof 4ivt pation", Dizlness, Loss of Appetite y"Uo"Stin,
JLiviagstoae in establishing fraternal re the order. '. Shiloh') Vitaluer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick
: htioB "with the Knights of Labor at "This year has been one of wonderful son 4 Grey, Titanil1e1Rheumatism -.

f -fjiFir recent meeting in Atlanta. progrt ss. No less than.119,819 badges of I .--- TITUSVILLE mm

r At the regular meeting of the Inter- membership have been sent out from the and Catarrh. ,

*"aBtT Alliance, farmers of the counties central supply and we have not passed Rheumatism and catarrh are both blood< ,

ef Qarket. Oglethorpe, Madison, Gwin- our fourth birthday. The badges indicate I diseases. In many cases they have yielded -:0-

""JISIit aad,Jackson, the matter was vigor- but do not represent the member- to treatment with B. B. B. (BotanIc

disoBased, one member thet ship, for many daughters and sons wear Blood Balm), made by Blood Balm Co., WE WANT

of all In Baying: only the bit of purple ribbon without the Atlanta, Ga. Write for book of convincing

**I have not seen a member yet who i cross. From so!. 3, of 1683, to Nov. 23, proofs. Sent free.K. THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEBfli

r favors. the schema There is no connec-i of 1889,67,894 new members have been P. Dodge, Atlanta Ga., says: Mj

tied between the two organirations, and added. wife had catarrh and nothing did her
any; 5fc
Since the 23d of last December WE WANTYoo
c tare can sever be any sympathy or af- 10,500 good. Her constitution finally tailed and
flfritfnn letters have been received and have n" PZKDLJTO
., they np. a.
.. into her blood. I heron to be to Come
and
placed sure
poison See 1
"To begin with, the Knights of Labor come all the war from South Africa, therefore 63 years of age the son of Na- got .. W
of B. B. B.. and
admit negroes to 'their order, and in Mexico, Cuba Great Britain, France, thaniel G. Pendleton, who defeated Dr. a use to my surpriseher When you come to coon f
and
eome lodges the officers are equally Germany, Italy, India, Cfcjna, Japan, Duncan for congress in Cincinnati in recovery was rapid complete.
W. P.lIcDmiel.tlanta. Ga. writes
divided between the whites and blacks, Turkey,Sandwich Islands and Australia. 1&40. : 'fE.u.r
"The has The forefathers of H. all "I vas much emaciated and had rheumatism -
and they ale required to address each corresponding secretary trav- George were
y -other aa 'BrotherThis is tot/much like eled as far west as Denver to be presentat Whigs, but the latter was a Democrat so bad I could not get along To Talk to You.

social equality to suit "us southern farm- their gatherings and as far east as St. He was one of the old "Woodward boys, without crutches, I also had neuralgia

.- .- FS, and it will be a serious blow to the John's, Canada. The representative organ hauing mainly ei\'ed his education in in the head. First class physicians did WE WANT

-Al&anoe, to form a coalition with theXaightB of the order The Silver Cross,whose that ancient high school of the Queen me no good. Then 1 tried B. B. B., and To Work With You. ;

of, Labor. In many: of the publication began in November of last City. Afterwards he studied at Heidel- its effects were magical. I cheerfully re- -I
:B0rf&era cities their ranks are filled with year, has increased its subscription list burg aJId Berlin. commend it as a good tonic and quick ;

,; fiseialtfts and Anarchists, which we do from 5,000 to 7,000 monthly. The order On his return he began the study of core.'' WE WANTTo

not tolerate or countenance. is no longer an experimental one. Jaw in the office of Stephen Foles,of Cin Mrs. Matilda Nichols, Knoxville. Post You on the Markets '


io and mission to fulfill, and have no Imes of work, notably'the and immediately fomed partnership and a most distressing cough, and nr WE WANTTo
butiaeas mixing up with other oxganizatien&v Traveling Commercial circle and the rescue with George E. Pugh. His political career eyes were much swollen. Five bottles of

J, believe' the.scheme" wasconoootod work, in which so many are inter- was begun in 1853 when he accepted B. B. B.. thank God cured me." Ship For You and See JO Your Sir-

for political effect, and the AHi- ested. -Prom China comes a report of a a nomination from Cincinnati to the John M. M. Davis. Tyler Tex.. writes: menta here.

aBC dont propose to be a stepping-stone ircle who have resolved to speak only State Senate, to which he was elected, .*I was subject a number of to ,

fee any.office seeker. The Alliance is a true words and do anything for another and of which he became the youngest spells Of infiamatory rheumatism years, which

; white man's organization, and,doat pro- that will make them either better or hap- member. six bottles of B. B. B., thank heaven, WE WANTTo

pose to be drawn into affiliation:with. nyociety pier."The. 80 satisfactory was his service that he, has entirely cured. I have not felt theI I either Buy or Handle nod d (tV
that admits,the,colored race." Pathfinders, of Philadelphia, was nominated for congress in the First "
have taken colored student to support, district of the county, although he failedof slightest pain since.. 29 Fruit and.Produce of this eectm
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--ANOTHER TRAIN ROBBERY. given a dinner to poor boys, sent basketsof election on account of the Nebraska For and Liver H of the cou trr.
; Knrmlim to the net\V- And fnr their state i sue In 1RSfi. and still tx ice Dyspepsia Complaint yon hare a
Between is .000 -
'S3O.OOO Secured Diluted guarantee en every bottle of Sbfloh's Vitahzer. -
.. r* fma&: a Santa Fe Train.FOST regular i. work they take care of a trained again in 1860 and 1862.. He was prominently : It never fails to care. Sold by Dic&sou I WE WANT
l
nurse who goes about among the spoken of for speaker of the Grey.Tltnni.11e., Fla.
,
WORTH Tfex., Nov. 29.-Fifteen poor." house, but Republican supremacy rendered You to Know, if we cannot BojT r
wed and heavily armed men boarded that impossible.He A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh's : .
.tsse south-bound Santa Fe passenger train THE CONFEDERATE WHITE HOUSE. was, however in 1864, nominated Catarrh&Grey,Beraedr.Titosville.Price Fla. 30 cents. Sold by Dicksoo Products, We Can Ship it for Y":

.JI BcIay night at Berwin,'a small station Jefferson Davis Headquarters in RIch- with George McClellan for the vice- .
1m tte Chickamw' nation, Indian Teni- presidency. The latter took the. first WE WANT
.. mond About to.Be Demolished. "H kmetact," a lattice and fragrent perfume.
ctovyt&lid cut the' engine, mail and ex- RICHMOND; Va., Nov. 29.-The city place only by reason of being a militaryman. Price 25 and W cents. Sold by Dickson & Grey, You to help us to make TitssriJiti
freea car loose from the coaches. They school board is Again hi 1868 many states were ''Titnsville, Fla. .
considering resolution -
tbe&iwa south'two miles and threw the a instructed to cast their votes for him for distributing point for the Prcdstils
looking to taking down the Jefferson : ""*
ftrsfiMAoCF. the locomotive. Two milesftirt.her Davis mansion, tor president, at the time Horatib Seymour AST1 ff of the river, and self.ftt'" f
twenty years
paSt Ci'ZD.
on the engineer was thrown off received the Democratic nomination.In fir 1k 81Z
used as a public :school and A trill bo't.e tv r t Free to Products here.
,
toA after four miles further the erecting 1869 he for anyone aSilcteoL liE. .
running its site a spacious and modern- ran _governor of this TAFTBRo..P.ocl1cr..cr.x.: Y.iiTEDATOw. .
steam tamed off and upon state without :
waa. the locomotive success._ He was presidentof
srfHrrl. 'Then the robbers began an attack the equipped Confederate public school building. When the convention of Ohio that in 1871 ? WE WANT *

s on the car. The guard and government was re- made the celebrated departure SALESMEN ow doe d.Dl 10 tte
; express platform. uopt wtefacato In fact to
moved to Richmond 'this building save you money, n4dei
waspurchased aatrwii trade We sn ts.tsr es
Since
fired shots but then he
chosen
rnoooomgcfs twenty finally : .was to succeed
$ave: Rafter; the'. robbers had literally by the city and offered m fee Thurman in the United States senate man ie..w...1..J2Delath..u......_".."""farY'aC'N..d+efdiisR.ere.p 4.","1t... if son wi11lleJplt .e. *
ample to Mr. Davis as his home, but he ksmaaa0ra.. ia11t p,( ,ap.m-a.ua.a., : 0- ;
riddled the The where he introduced .
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car. money stolen is declined the the civil'nice reform J: ,
between $20,000 and $30,000 and came'y The Confederate present. bill which has given him his great- WE WANT".
government, however OUR LITTLE .
,froinChicago. ,United States est and most lasting celebrity.It ONES
rented it to be used the "White
caarshaja are in pursuit. House, of Confederacy." Mr.as Davis was however, a political sacrifice and tile NURSERY You to know weVegetables. :are hea dqt .

it four Then for four occupied for the Democracy wOuld'not father it 35 BROMFIELD ST., Crates,etc.
Twent7Five: Thousand Apiece. years. years
> and refused to retnrn him to the senate.
it was nsed as the of Gens. Boston, Mass.
O6WBOOKarut. Nov. 29.-The robbery headquarters This, as well as his and The h
integrity ability, most adaofDe aad best
i .of. th e Missouri, Kansas and Texas ex Sch9field;Canbv and other military gov- was recognized President Cleveland r.reioe for diildrea rr WE WA S T
i ernors. Then the turned it Into by pubilshed. ii s0 a Jeergiea.
city
C at Perry: station Sunday night was a who appointed him to the' importantposition 15 ets. fees on trial 'I To Sell yoUr Orange Bos* .-
school. three you. .
public
month for .
hytwo j men. They boarded the en- he held almost e. Asampto = 04f'
at.at the water, tank and one covered The demolition of "Jeff. Davis" house" his death-minister to Gennanv.up to the time of copy my sddrrai aDd Premiun on receipt Lbs of seat atwo.So Orange Wraps, and will do i ttif Jip'.

the and fireman : would remove the most conspicuous cent stamp.
engineer with re-
He was recently superceded by""W. W. will come to see ins
souvenir of in Richmond. .
Confederacy ,
.
wolves The other uncoupled the express Phelps. Gr..TEreLC03IFOltTIXG.EPPS'S .

.: car and compelled the express mes,
'eeager to lay down his arms. At 'a trig- Mysterious Explosion of Fly-\VheeIs. CAPTURED BY BRITISHERS. WE WANT

Bat the robber the PARKEHSBUBO, W. Va., Nov. 28.- COCOA.
on engine compelled
Monday, morning, without any apparent Americans Invent a Gun and Sell it to You to know that we are ta''ie '
the engineer go ahead. He went oalor
.a mile and a half and then returned cause, three immense fly-wheels, con- Englishmen for 8GOOOOO. BREAKFAST. Ocala Rock Lime aDd wqf fk,- ,
r for fee: rest of the train. The robbers trolling the machinery of the large factory PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 29.The Driggs- it low down. '
"By a thorough
knowledge of the
natural
lass
Schroeder
'belonging to the Parkersburg Mill rapid-firing gun, invented by
had
with which
departed $50,000 booty. g'Tern the operations of digestion and nu tri
....' company simultaneously exploded. tear- Lieuts. Driggs and Schroeder, United8ttes tint, and bj a careful application of the flue properties .
The 'Express 1Xess ag rs* Story. ing the entire side out of the buildingand naval officers, has been sold to En- of 1rel-, Iet"W Cocoa, Mr Epps has pro- WE W..L'\T .

'*' ST;Lulls, Nov. 29.-A special from .destroying: the engines, machineryand rflsh capitalists for $600,000. Lieut. vided our brtakfat Ubles with a delkat: J -1InOJloed \ OW

t Sedajuiu Ma> gives an interview: with other valuable property. The reportwas Schroeder is the commander of the dyna- tors beverage bill*. It hicb in the may save us many heavy doc- i You to know that we born ow

Osc Johnson: the express mesheneer onthe like a cannon, and the earth was mite cruiser Vesuvius, and Lieut. Driggs of diet that by a constitution jndidoos use may of be such gradually articles Oyster-Shell Jame, and, Of cewie, ,

3dWoari,Kansas and Texas railroad, shaken for a great distance. Fifty em- is one of the best authorities in the navy built up until strong enough to resist every tend can give bottom price ,
whose car was robbed at Prior creek, ployes, a moment afterward, would havebeen on ordnance matters, having graduatedat ency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are you
.t1r ity-ve miles south of Vinita, L T., in the line of the explosion. Some Annapolis at the head of his class. floating is a weak around ns. ready to attack vbererer there
point We
Honda v night. His story of the robbery of the mill proprietors had narrow es The sale was consummated in this city by keeping onirelres may wen escape fortified many with a pure fatal Hood shaft WE WANThandle

b as follows: capes. The loss: is from $7,000 to $10,- last week, and it is stated that the two and a properly nourished frame"Crnl Service You to know that c.-
{ When the. train stopped at the water 000. One hundred men are thrown out inventors were paid the full purchase <*l"ttei1* *simply. with boiling water or milk. we
rank near that station a gang of men, of employment. i price in rash.Several sold thus:oniT JAMES in haii KITS pnund tins br Grocers, labelled and Plaster flair.
&
got less than fire, boarded the train. Manchester Mart.n.CHICAGO of the guns were built at ChemirU. London Engbuid.HINDERCORNS.. CO., Homoepathic fit.
Two*of them took possession of the engine Cramp's ship yard for experimental purposes WE WANTTo

while: another cut the mail, baggage Nov. 27.-Twenty-five hun- and after being subjected to theseverest ; LOADED DICE. := '
from the dred people paid tribute to the memoryof tests by English ordnance ...aI ... .;; impress minds tfcdt ** '
and express! cars rema&derof experts t rip ; 1-.y.1-L Xa W o.aa --.n.r.. upon your ,,
5': the train., A shot alarmed the Manchester martyrs Saturday the latter unanimously recommended 5..a..ow- ,.,-a atsar:oanosiaets<..i..l a represent .'
..... Johftsonf who was secreting' valuable night at Central Music haIl The enter- their immediate purchase, and
packages. By. : the tune the highwaymenwere tainment consisted of addresses instru- no time was lost in coming to terms. As Tkel P88R iG E.
ready to enter his car he had all mental and vocal music aud recitations usual in such cases, the United States eomtort ntoOftly sire CUre for coma 8&npI aD pam. )4nare., ef llIeaS.J,
feet' '$1,000 stored away in various parts It'vas given under the auspices of the ordnance experts could not find any totbefeet lS c.atDru t a. Haeoidcas.T.A The largest manufacturers ofF--

jai the car. Irish Nationalists, of Chicago. merit in thegun, and the inventors were Yov Rte! : CONSUMPTIVE .

At the jpoint of a pistol Johnson opened Chinese Women Traders. compelled to go out of their country to FTstw TOQ lraar.. g, ,, IICIuDa.I It:_ were in the west and keep -AII-

the company's safe, and the robbers SAN FRANCISCO Nov. 29.The first have their genius properly and substan the PARKS-a..aura R aDI1 CINDER.TONIC.1 LM be 4 rued;lur afi It ills -taredttvariozttcttye on ,hand the following brand of tWr
Becored $1,000 found there. They then tially appreciated.The J1:1U'WaD. lakeiatona Me.and Goods -
Chinese who : .
opened his,train box, and, seeing a small woman came to the surfaceas advantages af the new gun consist

amount of ,money, ,asked whose it was. of Rio a pretended de Janiero trader the arrived last on the City of its light weight and rapid firing CHICHCSTER'S ENGUSH World of Goodrfor Orange?***'

Thatfs part of my salary* replied in. She has given, Chinese steamer capacity. It weighs only fifteen pounds, PENNVROYAL Fill* World of Good, for Truckers.
a sworn statement
4 John on. The robbers left it, telling him is made of the strongest kind of steel, Bed cross Diamond Brand.
to the
they were not robbing trainmen. Johnson customs officers that she is a and can fire a shot three miles. It can )..Tb.telyrdi.ats. ...__ 1IaI8"! Pure,fine Ground Bone-
trader .
at Colusa. In ...
: told them that was all the money ally accepted statement spite of that the Chinese gener- c>e fired three times as*faas the famous asad L...a-M.-. eat..Dvjgim.. .......me..I' .IlarSM'......-"&. Blood; Butte and Potash.
And they left the car. English Armstrong gun. The name of IIIIIL...Tak... 84M'Kelld "
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women are virtually the of Ida. ) s t sr47i.1estez Chicago Bosh Meal.Dissolved .
It.was property the .......
reported at first that the mail new company will betheDrigjre- .'7..a. ,_P..r.h..Pfil .
t their husbands, she swore that.er Asad.B >ga a ra, Bone.
our had been robbed, and the passengers husband conducted Schroeder Ordnance company, and ail
relieved of their money and valuables, a sort of trustee. She business for her as the work will be done in England, e c-
feet when the train reached paid him $40 a in the sold
Oswego, month for so doing. The custom cept guns to the United States WE WANT
officers
Kan., this report was found to be un- government which will be manufactured
ue. say that the idea that a Chinese woman here, owing to the act of congress requir- You to know+ we keep OB i*.*
owns anvthing in. the nature of a store is
Johnson accompanied bv express com- absurd, but they are doubtful what ing all ordnance used in the army and Sulphate oCPow ,
will
officials left for St. Louis the to be'made in this
.faay forpradicitJly be done when the navy country.
mer under arrest. case comes up. The Land Plaster.
case is looked upon as the first of Murdered His .
many Roommate. Asks .
Cuatla-H. W.
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which will land 1 S.t
44aa9ty Wfthovt Capital Punishment." more women here to be- RALEIGH, N. C., Nov. 28.-John A. '

OemLx 6AS1 .La., Nov. 23.The jury come inmates of disreputable houses. Horton was murdered a few nights ago tt tt' ToUcco' -' 6te.a. :....1

tfa fee case of Arirelien Beard and Senator Elected la North Dakota. in Chatham county by J. P. Davis,' his tr d g Cot too' .- .. -
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4 Charted'Ar&bi, two of the Coulo Croche o elti r
BrafATtnr.y. Dak.;Nov 29.-Lyman roommate, and the body was found
'"Regulators,have brought in a Caser was elected United States senator, buried under the floor of the barn. Davis P 3 0.9.h s WE WANTYou r 4

1 Jt Met 9fH3uQiT; ,' without capital pun'meet'Thb !. :Monday night, on the,first ballot, being shortly afterward disappeared, But was to Give 'Us a Trial OBWKWAOT ,
15 the first conviction of captured 4 4, .. '
.. the tenth ballot taken on the second'senator. Saturday night at Danville and '
JjflI1nhn in tills state.. The two.men The vote at the end'of the roll. taken to Greensboro for safe keeping.

:wete ohnrged with severely wounding aXrPptefchaiwhaetho call stood 43 for Casey and 83 for The murder was committed whSe, .

Utter was atsVsssfMs ..llJwith the other votes scattered ton was, asleep. The instrunvujtt. u To BteM JTwWsVTBY VsTUsW pMNIt ."Ii!
to reecoe+ one of his coloredfarnsBts
i i among candidates. Casey'was escorted was a hatchet. t
from' 'a' tasked band of men to the ball, and accepted the election a I lea sa weri ir

''wile ia4opdodto:'ltregulate'1 her,her affwae in anent speech There isfrreat ootca US.j .
rejoic-
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nftfc-i sWift, .: .
leg # ; .had.o/---tJt A '
rt .iDgaeaoBgtfee people.+over the election, Why will you cough who SIdJoh-s Care wffl rfr '.
( co against, a white man. _ce: :
f".i.r-a&- as the stKxessfai is immediate relief Price <
man with all 10 eta 10
popular eta a4.$L Sold .
.'. ,"_ 4 generaJlr:approved.A ,- T4 ffyffr: .He is'a'brother. of T. B,: Casey by:Dkkson&G .Tttu...,JTa.SiSoa's .. ti, a 1 r '. .. .', ..

:Blaring Tomb.:_ '\! the wefl kaown baaker, of ,Mmseepoli < ,Care will immediaterreBere.Croup ..If....,.

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=:"finalJy gave.orderaTbr. the.march t rMter .
e." -- .CARDS:.! '

.II' TJK.Lli1.1.IJR' describing' tile df8c verles'lnade THE ClTYOFSHOES G&vnGS'M. BOBBIKg ;. WAX.TXB R.GJWWI.Prelid Pianos SOrgani .-
oaring the; march he says:' "At'last:Ve' nt Brevard -.Secy. BreT rd AbA .
r' t : I came to a :church, Whose, croSs,domKnated Abstract Co. street Co. ,

'" a Christian settlement, and we .ROBBINS &/'GRAHAM, .I..I'
knew we had reached the outskirts of "
..T'.. .RdPjC C6R J.RH Vs IMieI blessed civilization. Lynn, Mass., 'Tisited by a De ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW If you .want, to purchase: a..

:- : Explorer.G.sphEaIIY. structive Conflagration.Loss Piano or Organ. write to the. undersigned -,
DEATH IN A P. 0. Box 250;TITUSVILLE.Brerard Co., Florida. L' .t
COPPER .
: MINE.Tb Will practice iu all the onnties of the Seventh or give him a call.
Circuit and in the Supreme Court Special fatiH-
( Relates the DQ- Famous Anaconda Catches Fire and Estimated at ,From '$5- ties for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. Can sell of the i-
: you any >>
,
taIs of His Trip :Pine Men LoN;Their Lives. Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs jp
BUTTE, Mont., Nov. 28.-Fire broke 000,000 to lOOOOfOOO. to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 struments of the, best and leading .

--ai tfc. WlWs of the .Interior. to the of out the in the St.cross-cut Lawrence of mine.the 500-foot The draft level is Nearly 300 Buildings. Destroyed, Among D. L. GAULDEN. *, makers at prices that defy;,.

of tyJUuUou-A. Mysterious blowing it into the competition. f **
y... Anaconda workings. Them Twelve Large Shoe Factories* ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Kb Campaign Filled With AuMttto A great volume of smoke is issuing from Three '
009 PM Banks, Several Churches: and '
.. Particular*-If arrowly Escaped the Anaconda shaft. Patrick Murphv, Score of.Business Block and Dwelling Titusville, Florida. Pianos'and Organs sold is toe,InstalltoCnnrclesondreaiis. : :

,J i. DI"! .te. Kehher Henry Page are ,known Jerry to Sullivan be suffocated and Tim in House*-Eight Thousand Homeless. A.M. THRASHER, 'menlplan, when deSired.iD sconr : ; "

Teteoox, Nor. 28.-A letter from Stan- the Anaconda. A man" could not live LYNN, Mass., Nov. 80.-: -Fire broke out '. "t,:-

lit feted South End of the Victoria Ny- two minutes jn any part of the mine, and at 11:55 a. Tuesday in: Mower's build- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .

,.:., frf*;. 8, has been received. In it the worst results are feared. .ing on Almont street, and in a few minutes P. O. Box 20, 8ANFOBD, FLA. ., _\-.j". '
., i,tafterer speaks of treachery on thejpt .A later dispatch says: The flames had become uncontrollable.. high Will practice in all the counties 'of the 'Seventh
at the rebels against Emin's governJJIat -. were discovered by Neal McCall,'a miner wind was blowing, and showers of cinders Circuit,and Supreme Court. 3 All correspondence,: will receive promptattention. ,

He says: "Far away, our own working on the 500-foot' level of the St. and blazing brands were blown'to E. HEYSEE, .$1-;.; -: w

,..pe. tempted by extreme wretched- Lawrence unsuccessful mine, in a cross-cut,'and afteran the roofs of, other buildings. Soon it be- 4'LLEN E. B. WAGER, umiTitusville "

.0t.ieid our rifles and, ammunition to attempt: to suppress the came evident that an awful conflagrationwas
fire with
his
appa.rentlysmall coat he Florida.
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got Attorney-aHaw and ouearcer. .
4*Mtar&l enemies, the slave traders. help.and the men tried to drown out unavoidable. Firemen fought brave- ;'
.
ffcafey graphically relates the details the flames.' They were soon ,driven out ly and untiringly day and far into the Lake Worth Dade County, Florida. A. BL Hamilton & Go:;- ..
from the wilds of the interior of the mine by heat and .smoke to homes lives and .
4!V*trip and as night save property.And Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade ; '
tefteTergeof civilization., He tells of the fire occurred at 5 o'clock in the morn- from Neighboring Towns. County lands. i .F ,

||s own sickness and of ,the ,enfeeble- ing between change of shifts,. only a few Aid was sent from Boston, Salem and ; TirUSYHLE, FLORIDA, "fa .
.- and death of many of his force. were down, all of whom got out safely. all surrounding towns and at last the JONES & 'ATKINSON,
There was a quantity of Wholesale Dealers in .' ,
powder in the
..r.;.. fights with the famous dwarfs furious flames were under control, but
lower levels and to

liLez hostile s traversed natives- were are recounted.many and unteered fromjthe disaster; by'St.to its remove Lawrence explosion save it. to. the several A the current mines,Anaconda men of from vol-air burned$10,000,000 only after over one,worth.and square between of property mile$5,000,000 had swept been and Titusville Attoriieys-at-I, ,Florida. Indian RiVer O7ster t.$r >:


A Mystery No linger sucked the of the away. '
workings former clearof SANDERS, .
The Burned District. J. ;
jfce recent letters, from Henry M.Starier. smoke while carrying the fire to the FISH .-
The burned territory includes and is I :
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one to his publisher, E. Marstff Anaconda.The ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
of Hows Mareton & COmfl1. Anaconda consists almost entirely boundetl by.the following streets: .' ;
) Sampson Almont; Central avenue, at its junction Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Judicial Green Turtle and fiime
,aDd two to Sir William McKinnon,. of timbers: above the upper level and the with Willow Union from its Circuit of Florida.P. l it4' .
iIIIinDI of the Emin Relief comn t- result of burning these timbers will be a ; junction O. Box 235. TITUSVILLE FLA.
yq clear up of the mystery caverin of disastrous proportions. Al- with Broad to the Boyden block, on both 11 All orders will receive prompt and careful attention ; .
the presence sides; Mount Vernon street entire; ,whether by telegraph, ,-wv ''. '
d i.a meal and though of a large amount of i .. .
letter
Beach both sides far down or person. -11
on as asLee's
aces past two years carbonic acid gas made it very dangeri i OFFICE OF I : i
lumber from DENTAL ,
yard; Washington,
JaJwief here is what we learn: ous, the men willingly I THE .
I Monroe to Union Railroad
AM. 18, J888, Stanley arrived back at take the risk. Two trips were made successfully through ; '
I DR. l. T. DANIEL
all of street Broad .
avenue; Exchange ; ,
but the third
Ifce Jarteelot, camp on the Aruwimi was fatal in two
ipfcere he had left amnunition and sup- cases. Keler, a brakeman, was overcome from the engine house, on both sides, up COCOA, FLORIDA,. NEW DRUG :STORE ;
aDder Kaj. Barttelot with instruc- on' the cage coming up aud fell as far as,the corner of Exchange; Spring Will be at the Grand View Hotel. Titusville on ,..
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street entire, besides dwelling houses too the First Monday in.each Month, for one week or
gBjM to press. on after himself BO soon as back into the shaft. John Lyons was numerous to mention_on Suffolk, Amity, more. Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteedto Has on hand a Fine Assortment:oL.DRUG'.
also overcome and fell on-the his 11
Tippoo Tibarttae.
fe porters promised by cage, and Beach streets. be Bitislactory. '
iMH As we all know: he head striking the timbers when near the Sagamore FRESH : '
Scenes of the fire
... Barttelot killed and camp des- top and fracturing the'skull Pat.'Mur, acted. Chicago terror-stricken were re-en-; M.D.. L. DODSON, ., .
yMle. He thereupon gathered to- phy and.Henry ,Page were overpoweredat People the flying and little try- Eli '1.
to
r11er what remained of supplies and the 800-foot, level. 'Other men, went ing save helpless ones Also, SPECIFIC REMEDIES. GUARAN- ..
..SB, 108 fa}number, and startea book for down to save them,but had terleavo or standing sadly by Four as the work of years The DENTIST. TEED TO CUBE the Diseases for .whick A
700 miles them, having a narrow themselves was swept away. daily papers, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Recommended. ,'" ". .
,MIle Afteit, away through a escape Press, Bee, Item and News, were burned they are -:
ire forest,peopled by man-bating foes. from 'suffocation.The out. Four banks, twelve shoe blocks, Aching teeth filled and saved without destroying IF, AFTER VSIKG ANY OF THEM, YOfJ.
.Iriyrgib men nearly starved -on latest report is that there are nine churches factories and houses de the nervea. Teeth with abcell8 treated incces ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT,
Mck men belonging to the mine unaccounted were folly. Roots crowned sub tautIa111. Plates of
and in
; GIII..1. fact' very many dido stroyed. The mayor has issued a call pare Para gum. Broken Plates mended. Badly YOUR MONEY :wILL BE CHEERFULLY W5-
ct starvation and resultant weakness for and:they are undoubtedly dead by FUNDED."i
for aid. Two militia companies from fitting platrs corrected. Teeth extracted painlessly .
F .....-.de them aprey to fevers this,time. Incendiarism'or carelessnessare Boston are guarding the town. It was Office on Washington avenue. 8 \Ve have no cure-alls, but a different
... W. Stanley: and. his heroic band the two causes assigned for the tire. rumored that some lives were lost, but Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor --
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..... Moped' .by death in battle aa44w The Anaconda mines constitute the great- this is denied. J F. LEWIS, Affections of the Liver,' Lungs,Heart
( ibf i itioa and fever, reached Fort :est system of, copper mines in the world, and Kidneys for Female Complaints and l
Mo,,oft the bank of the Ituru river, and the capital is estimated at 20.000.- Eight Thousand Homeless. also Ointments; for Eczema ;
000. Prominent manufacturers are of the CiTil.1 Engineer and Surveyor Kingly 9fIi
vtere ,IM had left Lieut Stairs with a
Tetter and other Diseases of th Skin. '
opinion that the total loss will be be-
,pnina oBty-ntae when he bad start-
rftadktottwAniwimi to meet Bart- Foreign. ( tween $5,000,000 and $10,000,000.The Titusville, Fla. Give them a trial and you will.not"..be'discPPointedf .

iii..i tile Tear-column'nearly a An expedition from Zanzibar with a number of burned buildings was 296, of =-f -
Wilt. fifty-nine only eight yearQthe had. supply(stores,has started for Bagamoyo. to which.forty-two were brick blocks; 112 T> B. BUBCHFIELD, J. B. 'SCREVEN Druggist\ .
..... meet Stanley and his party.: wooden buildings used for business purr ,
days rest the whole restarted The Hamburg-American Packet company, poses a.nd.142 dwellings occupied by 164 COUNTY SURVEYOR. TITUSVIL, FLA. ::
lliE' eastward towtud of Berlin, has ordered the Vulcan works at families. The number of laboring people
-Jan. 9 the last 'camp in Stettin to build, another steamerfor .the thrown out'of.work is estimated at Orders by mail will receive as prompt Indian 'RiYep teimlioit' t

IM ia.i WM. made, and thereafter only tr.i. s"Atlantic service, to cost, 5,500,000 8,000, and 200 families are homeless. attention as calls in person. ,. ",l
th marks., The vessel will be named "Furst Von Saved Boston' Chief. :
.. .) intervened between the by Address: Georgiana, Fla. .
schedules: in effect MAY 12 1889.-4i
wa rid -veIerS and Lake Albert, Bismarck and will be the company's for- That the progress of the 'flames ,was ,
BIle. ge of the great forest 8tsnLJnria'.mp tieth in the Atlantic service.Bing stopped is to the credit of Chief Engineer TA RUE P. ELY, STEAMER ST. LUCIE ;,* &?

and" left there teukaadB1urgeogParkes. Humbert personally opened the Webber,.of Boston, ,who massed all I the :Leaves TITUSVILLE...................._6arra, ...
State fc Mound,' pL Italian parliament Monday. engines on Newhall street, and thus put Arrives at Ie1boume..............,..12.BOOB. "
nlaftqiC.. ..L Kelson Developments of the poisoning of thirty- an end to their further spread along the Notary Public for the State at Large. Returning ,..-t.1.
AIL It j himself, and a picked eight men, most of them by their wives, beach toward Nahant. : ",;' =t'r'.t-
MM itaTtod across ho plain for Lake have come out in Austria. I IBtelnwey' Chief Moody, of.the Lynn department, Justice 4 of the Peace. 17th Dist. Leaves Melbourne...................12 noon
ArrR. When they had crossed the .piano factory at Hamburg was I had retired exhausted, and Webber took CONTRACTOR & BUILDER Arrives Titusville................._6 pm-

4 ..Ndob Wore in December, 1887,'he burned Tuesday. command, with the result of terminatingthe of over 30 ears' experience. Natural Above daily except Sunday. ;*":T
.Wr it We way, but the POOale dtf, The Turkish Journal Saadat has received devastatfon. The Boston firemen finish a specialty. sTEAMER GEORGIAN :; :' -
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E by the severe lesson of reports that the steamer India, with 500 have not for a long time had a better opportunity Melbourne Florida. 6 ;.ft. ;Jr. '
... two. Mttoai, now hastened to ,jMohammedan pilgrims on board, has sunk in display,their skill. ---:0--, Leaves Titusville Sundays and- Thursdays
....1. and seal blood-f riendHay the Egean_ sea..., The captain and two passenger Phoenix-Like She Will Rise. direct for Jupiter. : '"*' ''s! J
: alone survive.It W. R. KNOX ,
brought provision and builtrq.ri'de -' '
B. F. Spinney, one of the leading shoe STEAMER WHITE \
is stated that the betrothal of the
themselves generally manufacturers and of, the National
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president
FYI.0M czarewitch and Princess Maud, the youngest Leaves Melbourne Mondays, WedneP
of the Prince of Wales,will shortly Security [, takes a very hope- House & Sign Painter and r
the ltth of January, while still daughter ful view of Lynn's future. days Fridays on the {arrival of'the
....p.I letters from be' announced. It'is understood that theezarewitch "The city has received a hard blow, steamer St. Lucie. >'*
.. aMeani Princess Maud.
admires
.. e which revealed greatly and is prostrated, but only for a time.Phoenixlike'it TITUSYILLE FLA. Returning .'; <'<*': ,

.. ..Xorementa. The Fire Ilecord. will rise again and be,. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,, ., j
& Andrews' wholesale more prosperous than ever.
Jenney grocery "
Lc M BOW return and see what has burned at Philadelphia Sunday. Loss, $250- Mr. Spinney further said that while J5Sy Connection i* made at Titusvill : A'
*oooarriag at Waders EmIn' capi- the losses are heavy nearly all the firms Will Estimate or Contract for Painting with trains of the J.., T. & K., W. 8y...'
*"*-AeXae, north of Lake Albert, in 000.Fire at Edwardsville, Ill., destroyed a will stand the shock as they have good anywhere on Indian River. tern to and from all points North, and atJupiter .

.w.....7 B+ar itaoe Stanley: atarted back. tot mill, ware house and elevator, causing a loss financial backing. In proportion to its Can do all kinds of Graining, cither with daily'stage for Junov"(& r
rtfcJot and the rear column. of $300,000. area and population city has suffereda in Oil or Water-Oolorarepresenting Oak miles) where connection is made'with, .

.rwp Mea,ce Abdul Vaal Effendi and4.f Lynn, Mass., had a big fire Tuesday. larger loss by fire than any other city Ash.. Cherry, Walnut or ,Mahogany. the steamer utkeV o 1h" for all J dings .
a clerk spread the story that in Massachusetts during the present on Lake.Worth. '
"Wflsi' oaiy an adventurer And Sporting: Sparks. century. It began like the at fire in *i
aOt come from Egypt," that Stan- The Amateur Athletic union has added Boston in November, 1872, art in buildingsthat Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. W. B. WATSON, 8uperint ndent..,> : .; .

k1Mn from the rthedive- were base ball to the garner, which, played for apparently could be easily reached, G. D. ACKEBLY, Gen. Pass Agent .ft l

.ithat .it was a lie, that'Kharl ,profit, renders an amateur a professional. but as the flames spread they became so PAPER HANGING .D. F. JACK, General Manager. ...4 .
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-. fallen and that Emin and The Santa Cruz Athletic club luis offered intense that for several hours human ,.
.... a plot between them to bind $80,000fora finish tight between Sullivan skill was of;no avail.It A. L. Hatch & Son," :: t .
under Emin and their: and Jackson, the fight to take place on the was a terrible spectacle as the fire :E.a1.sOD1:1.n.Ln.g: .
dhiide.u and hand them over beach near Santa Cruz. v progressed and destroyed building after DKALEBSIX : "
ire 14gliehMslaves. building, and structures built with all AND 7
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--:7tie: .'I Efflrptlaa' army. Erain was de- John B. Emery, the oldest grand past maSter resist the tremendous volume of flame STENCIL WORK,

and made a pneoner and was like of the Independent Order Odd Fellows in any more than an ordinary wooden ...
bs mkd, INt soaie Egyptian privates the United States died Monday in Balti- dwelling, from which a thin line of ANTIQUE AND MOSAIC Hardware! Crockery, Sad_ ryi; : _' '
'hue he bad rfiown-kujdnoss stood more, aged 83 y! smoke would be visible at one moment, Stationery Hfrdi-. '
Family
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fir and prevented bodily, harm. Personal. while a few minutes later a pile of ashes Glass .
also waa tnado prisoner with Lyman R. Casey was elected United States marked the spot. where the building For Decorating Churches, Dwellings cines, Garden SetJ"

s1t ot walkiB about the camp senator from North Dakota. stood. and all Public Buildings. .
1.Iwe :were laid to entrap Any one who watched te progress of Special attention to all inside Finish- CHOICE GBOCBEIES ,, r
oo his retorn rob Mm of his am- Quarantined ,Against Diphtherias the great fire in Boston in 1872 would ,_ '".. .1'
.... wpandhend to Sioux CITY, Iowa,.Nov. 28.-Between not fail to notice in many respects a ing. Hay, Corn, Mapes FerWlHn., ,. .
J***. AottM[seem best. twentyfive.and thirty houses hi this repetition of it here, as the water line Very Respectfully, i,.

*J was the stare of'things when the city are quarantined with .diphtheria, formed one limit,and the massing of en- 15 W. R. KNOX. CITY POINT, FtOIlIDA... ,
.25*or Emtn' camp were startled by % and grave fears are 'expressed by the gines at another point after the conflagration -
from Uteiaahdi, more strictly health authorities lest the disease become had raged nearly six hours, marked t
'Wlitaor| the ,ahdi was dead of epidemic. .A number of deaths have.. a line where destruction ended, and valuable SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALBr -' -
z In Omdurman before this, to already occurred. residences which were eredweresated.Inextentofterritory PARKER'SHAIR
and tho demand Was followed the burnt BALSAM The Subscriber, offers for Sale in Iota- .

L.ufatt.ack. Witnessed His Son Decapitation.: district of Lynn is about the same as I Cleanses and beautifies the hair. to suit Purchasers some -/>..

i k.ns true then, that Khartoum ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 28.-Fred. Ewing, that of ,Boston i 1872, and the loss was !Promotes Never Fails a luxuriant to Restore growth.Gray 500 Acres of Selected Psrtie**?'
L kile i and Stanley not, an ad- relatively about the Yoithful Color.
wac 18 son of the yard engineer: same. Hair to its
,and his letters f row,;min: were aged of ,the Georgia years Central.railway, was run ,Theprincipnl difference in the two :1_Prevents ion and Dandruff St.00 at and DnlINf hair t&Calling-. of the above-named Lands.;*** ,:
I after all, and tm\n: had been over and killed by a train 'in the yard fires were the burning of a large numberof L Situated on Sebastian Bay and ladki:

deposed and imprieoned.Jwoomioottoij Monday, his head being cut off. The residences in Lynn,' while in Boston ,
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ln. Withoutwithout boy's father witnessed the terrible affair. the loss was almost eniirely confineafo River, /_
head the Egyptiantaughttbehbt warehouses, eta, It>was a:, pitiful sight AND ESPEO ALLY sUITED FOKio '-
denishes as here to witness the
breaking up of homes :
oerld t and aoteally beat them Stanley Met at Kltaka By Missionaries. and,the,frantic efforts of 'occuPants to 11111'S Pillsrheayapepticthedeblitttte WINTER. ,H031ES. b"

mI7 'that H Was. necessary to send MTONI, Africa, Nov. 29.A caravan save household treasures and other effects : These Lands_ are ,in 'the ,immediate .

b n rInnnan foe'7x3etoacemeate.Emiuy from the French mission has just arrived most 'of which. were doomed to vicinity the !*+!& ,"_
Sgyptiaas gained here from Mohandas.. They met Stanley destruction, because hi many instancesit FISHING HUNTING "+ ."
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Itial victory at,'so great coat to at'Kttaka. He was then only six days. was impossible to procure, trains to remove -. 2whetb.; FINEST SEA BATHINGTo : r.;.rAND "'.. :
that they must' re- er from excess'of work of mind or'
:petfovoe them..
-___ ..?o.i.o 8iesleyM'if out from Bagamoyo.' Guarded? by.Soldier .Jody r ,dTinb.or exposure' In be found in the whoamdl f : "{i. '

JookM fir a..e.. sot any,Ion- Join F'8nikner't t ally :shot Jesse Pyle at. The city', is patrolled by militia sixcompanies ..1 aii :t gi Li :. River 'Section, and, {have also the -<*A:';\: ;:
Kelly ritatton8y.In a quarrel over.cards.Oae : r
-'p prd a oi;;. w.i. IMK,touccor'" man was killed,, two fatally injured 250 men in all being on'duty. I7HI: >Tutrc fnstlio'most u1 t vantage of Daily 'Communication tW>a* \, F
; burned the The men are stationed at the' entrancesof rvMioratire ever orrered tho. nufInvuiid. 'eeing" Steamers,with.all points north. *#"':
pad several by explo- /
.in We jM1 to JirJa q severely, the ruined, :streets all I" 'Actual Settlers.and Improves will
Mtm;,of '*ladle of molten Steel' hi the Allegheny barring; ap : .p :
tins bee at 04L_ point of.death'. Bessemer: Steel company' ':works at, proach, the burned, ''district.' Guards( TryTfcem,'Fairly.:: speciallJ'ftveredr' ConredpOBek"vited. '..:. _' .. .' .

a he.dfulipea.r.. :TMfttrain bad DuqmagHQ,Fa,F Tuesday morning.Tiro : are stationed;'clea the stores that t..are. butpartially A vljjrorowi froth,ttitre.Ioodv'....'. ., -Address, J: v 7 \ f', tt
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TOE .FLO RiDA* STAR, THURSDAY? 'DECXJS, 4SS9.fiLS ., '.- ,-.'.- .

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Mr. Jarvis of, the Delmonico is having lIIell e.rBe. .. r ok hope that the fruit of hk Yineyard may rase; User the present lw
THE ,FLORID. ,, A_ T Aftt. ... .. :i ; } 'J. r \ .'! : always be as fine and that"Uncle Henry" however ofejeeiieBabte, who; itti(4 "'f..ere'.
\ to: ( tit--- .. I a 'house of two stories built'out on ]sir,XT.Hogg, of End Galls, .was, in. may live a thousand years to.eat thereof. ( tax ia entitled to a HceaML... .

< ,i.t 'rUoBSDdT- the numerous posts driven in front,of his town.for Thanksgiving. The ladies Melbourne propose to rite was recently settled in Orlasfe .......

R'flBERior ail PnbIisher. place in,the river by the pile driver:some Xo"frost at Melbourne y et. Bananas a series of entertainments of varied character the nance aldermen in accordance, having with poised"Ss ...

.;....-.. time since and.other tend rplants are flourishin with the idea of donating the funds ideas, was compelled by mangy 1.a .i'-'
$1.53 ABBHIB obtained to street improvements the ....
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per
The'Pastime Mr.' Charlie Blythe'spretty' finely ceedings to grant & license to bse
of
of walk i4
first one to be the construction a
characters in
Adored: at tAe Pod Office at ,Tlburille little cay boat was launched: on A party of Mrs B. W. Andrews' relatives from the head of the general wharf to erV worst that the place

*- .&cod-Cas*Matter. Monday after having been hauled out for are expected here shortly to remain the Methodist Church. This would be agreat : large complaint quantity of liquor he -DO and tee_ *

some time, receiving repairs and a new im P rovement. The first of the series is tris.the ,
the winter. forced
through present system to for L
; the pay
ar AB is ornciAi* newspaper. was held at the Carleton on Thursday a
-i :set Breraid county. coat of paint. The cold wind of Thursday, Friday atd evening, and though the cold and scription to get a small quantity taT.
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if be
Dr. W. L. Hughlett's lot presents a Saturday forcibly reminded us that frost boisterous wind and failure of the musicians might, true, a valid objection to tie
the Largest circulation but it does
The Star ba* present system, not k&v
+f tin r p.erOD the East altor.FJ.. busy appearance now that the masons could not be far away. to appear conspired against it, a logically that a return to the aloes i ;
and carpenters are engaged in the work most enjoyable evening! was passed. A. the best remedy. The State
A.SQCAKKls one Inch in space; 34 squares Mr. Edward Riemer was here lookm little dancing was indulged in and music, agency M*.
TMlre a column., of erecting his new cottage. Mr. Blau- tern, under which pure liquor are&.
for consignments for his house, R.. W. song and social talk made the hours pass for medical
Foradreitialng rates enqalre of the Editor velt is the contractor. all too uickly. The entertainment was pensed and family use b7sponsible i*.
Dixon & Son, of Sew York. q State
Jv7>enclosing two Bent stamp. agents, under bonds
The friends of Mrs. Laura Wil- also a success'financially, and the ladies eel
-- -- many to be sold to improper
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Mrs. EL M. Campbell entertains a num- would
NEW Yok'u s fund for the Wr1d'Fair lard are warmly welcoming her to' her have a good nucleus for anjmprovementfund. lieve "Subscriber"of the embAmrtTaaU
ber of her friends on Wednesday, we believe .
p to the first of the month had Florida home again. She returned to he complains of, and at the same time&

reached $5,000,000. If New York Cocoa last Wednesday after an absence at her residence in the west end. )lr. and Max Pratt, of Chicago, were away with the features that atiic&to
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:It to learn that here over Sunday on their way to An- the retailing of liquor at saloons.
gives us pleasure
doubles great
should least
rants to win she at of several months'north...- kona to visit their daughter..JIrs. W. S. But these changes in the law, DOIQUerbow = .
i Mrs. Capt. Mercier is improving, though
:- I amount.ir Mrs. Jarvis returned to Cocoa on Sutf- Tancre. On Sunday afternoon the above desirable, cannot be secured by,..

; day accompanied by her sister, Miss still very weak and hardly out of danger. party boarded the Osprey and Capt. Ellis ing vet at the coming election. -S .
; Rid )Ir. CLEVELAND has
ia that Wright Brothers went to Jacksonville soon landed them at East Melbourne A scriber" has adduced no argument&fever .
six times the realTalae Polly Harrison, who has been at the con- taken ofcourse of the saloon
refpeed a 'sam that is last week: to purchase stock for the new trip to the ocean beach was per K, and even he tts*+
of"Oak View," his suburban readeace vent in San Antonio Fla, for the past and some time spent gathering see that it is the part of good cities fe
few months vocal colored store, which will be opened this On the the pineapple dry until the
Although this studying music. I shells, etc. return Tote safeguards he tngsfc
sear Waungton. week.R. plantations were investigated. 3Jr. J. H. as to the granting of licenses to bad ri!. '
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Is his favorite we don't he Mr Seavey,the well known manager of .
spot suppose
K. Carson took his Thanksgivingout Phillips; has made many improvementson asters can be secured by additional kg*.
fails to see thai the people are anxious the famous Ponce de Leon Hotel, St his.place, and orange and lemon treesplanted lation. Gm. n. RoDIn

to have him back at Washington again. Augustine, with his wife and two or in a trip to Rockledge with the Lena.The several years ago look welL Mr. ';

three other friends are paying a visit to colored school under his charge is Phillips has a very desirable place. Mr. Bare bargain We have had pa.r ,

.THE fact, that President HABEXSOX Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lee, Hotel Indian doing welLSeveral L. E. Bradley has about an"acre ot pines in our hands, with instructions to fetter

keeps'showering rewards upon newspaper Hirer Rockledge.Mr. parties are stopping at the Carleton looking -perfectly splendid. Mr. CX H. a sale, the south 32 acres of lot X RCti a
of
Stewart has also about one acre as '
see leads as to believe that some time in and meals the 23, township 27, range 37 east. 'nis.parcel .
Wade, son of Col. Wade, of getting elsewhere as thrifty pines as you eversaw of their age. of land is at Tropic on Metes
Ik day he must hare traveled ay an adwee hotel is not opened thoughit Mr. Gibbs has a fine field of pines
Savannah, Ga., is at Rockledge, on a formally yet, Island; it has nearly half a mile rirer
agent of some opera company. It will be soon. and has excellent prospects for a crop front on both Indian and Banana tired,
visit to his father and mother who
arrived -
mad'aid that already he has obtained such next year. He still has a number of pinesfruiting and the distance across is less tbn! i
.. control of the Republican here a few weeks ago, and are now Mr. W. I Metcalf, with Mrs Josie at this late day and will probably sixth: of a mile. Excellent pineapple or-

thorough press occupying Mrs. Wades cottage, in the Woodruff Mrs. Nina Cosgrove and several I have fruit for a month yet. His cocoanuts vegetable land, and free from frost Title

'that self-respecting Republicans can midst of her orange grove. others, start this week from Mineral are growing finely and are mak- perfect; price f3.OO per acre. We urge .

rdl newspaper. ing quite a show.A this as an exceptional bargain.
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Ridge, Ohio, for this place. ADr-
here.
Thanksgiving passed over quietly
7'c having the cash to*vail thenadrescf = J
.', "t1 : newspaper, Thanksgiving services held by Rev. R. Mr. R. \\ Goode has cleared a wide this opportunity will doubtless tits !

.lational E fo'has been started In Sew X. Andrews, in St. Michael's Episcopal path from the bridge to his hotel, and is Reply to 4'Sabscrlbcr. their investment durinr the conic?nit ,

York City by two, colored men named Church, last Thursday morning, were building a new bridge over the run be- Editor fiorida Star: ter. Adjoining land, not equal ia quality f

HJLBMXG, and BfioniAiL 'In their editannounce o- not largely attended; but those who I tween his place and the Harland cottage. "Subsc be!'"in your issue of November13th has sold during the past few swabs
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at $80.00 Terms half
Tel they* that "the welkin is, heard.Mr. Andrews expressed themselvesas Master Walter Moore is stopping at th esubject replies to an article of mine on the balance in per one acre.and two years, at eaa 8 pr;

ringing .'ith.the discontent of the colored well pleased with his address. Goode House for a few days on his way that the of conclusion prohibition does, making not follow the point from cent. Speak quick and secure targes. 1

; rater,"*'and that the platform of The pil e-d rir a r has finished putting in from Chicago to Lake Worth. Mr. Whiting the premises; or, as he puts it, it is a Bobbins & Granam, TitusvOle, t\

their new journal will b6>aDeath to the the posts for the. new M. E. Church, and party are also at the Goode House "non-ftquttvr" AriM to Xcthcn.Uzs. l

Republican' party'' They ,also say: South, and the wharf will soon be completed for the present. Another correspondent in your issue of .WzBLovt SoozHixa flm-riTinnTiiqn \
November 21st, quotes this"reply with lie Mcd wbea chillita an cctagy mee l. as
it. There, no doubt, will be great howling and greatly appreciated by those Four of the young sailor-boys of Mel approval. So that, without desiring to lirres the little ssfireniaeee;itpM ..
but shall show g93et aleep.aa4lMliUtcbenbnm. 'Sgre
acid of teeth
gnashing we who have to come to church each Sunday bourne enjoyed a Thanksgiving picnicon be contentious, it may not be unprofitable a bzS& a.- It IsTarptoMicttotMfc.JfcntltM

no mercy on the ring of villain' and carpetbaggers in sailboats. To Drs. W. L. Hugh- the beach below Turkey Creek. They to review both arguments with a view tbe m chiU,..&D1iItt.ebMtb..rbe -rssstlsjss nftlilllr+ siyregalztpt

that, compose' the famil FBepubleari of lett and L. T. Daniel the credit of having returned home half starved, as they sale to discover the fallacy. fardazx ::faagfzttxzauK taw
.
The article criticised by "Subscriber" &*aft eastAralca a twris.Becklera's
: hucksters.
the wharf built is due. they only had four quart of oysters to urged that saloons should not be licensed
Messrs HARDDTG & BECKHAM will
The new wharf. house, which Stiling make into a stew. Brevard connty, or more particularly S311'e.THE t

aye to be on the lookout. if their editorial & Taylor-our hardware merchantsha"e Mr. and Mrs Phillips and daughter f in Titusville, because they would "!en- BEST SALVE in the world fcrC&rBruises
.: keeps on in this direction, for ously impair the general of
pen sense security Sores, Ulcers. Snit RhesI&Fr-s
had erected
'aomeof;' the-Republican hucksters'will be just on their fine large Jamestown, N. Y., have engaged roomsat which a good government should afford ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Iliad,CkS- ,

f aiming to'knock their Rational. Eye out. wharf is a real beauty of its kind, and the Carleton. Mr. Phillips is heavily its citizens." Put in forms the argu- Mains, Corns and all Skin EraptSess

is gaily painted and lettered ; while a engaged in milling interests north. He ment becomes: and positively cures Files or no.pf re ,

W berlejr 'Hudnall. big, bright lantern is nightly hung out designed spending the winter in California Major premise). [That which seriously quired. It u guaranteed to give pcHt&
xlj = impairs good should be satisfaction or money refantkd. Pie
rdA government] [
SC Gabriel's'Church_ Tuesday evening from its piazza roof to guide the wearyboatmen but concluded to visit Florida, and suppressed.] 25 cents per box. For we by Dims

occurred one of the prettiest weddings to the safe port of Cocoa. says he is glad that he did so. (4finor premise). [Saloons here in Ti- Grey. 10.1!..

t that has taken place in this section, The services held in St. Michael'sEpiscopal Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Camp, of Virginia tusrllIe] [would seriously impair good
government.] A Scrap ef Paper SaTes .itLife.
the event .being the marriage of Mr. R. Church, on Sunday morningwere and Miss Lizzie Britt, of North (Conclusion). [Saloons here in Tit _- .

EL Wimberly to :Miss Carrie Hudnall. well attended, and the Rev. 2L T.Sharpe Carolina, paid Melbourne a flying visit vine] [should be suppressed.] And by It was jost'm ordinary of wrafplng .

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hudnall of preached a sermon which held the At the time of Mr.Camp's last visit there parity of reasoning in Brevard county at paper,but it eared her scrap life. She win

'this place. interest of the entire congregation to its was neither store or church here and but "large Is the conclusion in the above a i the last stages of consurapckm. tU

On the arrival at the church, of the close Mr. Sharpe was the guest of Mr. one house along the river front, the old vim I ffquitur"that asSubscriber" says? by physicians that she wu inersrs5k.
the
presume major premise will could lire only short time she ordg e
di wedding party the organ-presided o"erDY and Mrs C. W. Harrison In the afternoon one in the Carleton grove, and he sees be taken by most people as axiomatic. less than serene pounds. ;On a phee If

Mr. E. B. Wager-pealed forth the Mr. Sharpe held,services at.lIerritt.Ir. great changes here. The minor premise is one of fact, and wrapping paper she read of Dr. DiP

familiar strains of Mendelsohn's Wedding and Mrs. Alvord, of New York, Rev. Dr. Judd and Mrs Judd, 31 r. and is to be supported by evidence.The'evidence New Discovery got sample bottie;
adduced in the It helped her, she bought a J.ueltel&k'.
March,and the party were met at and CapL,R. P. Paddion, of Titusville, Mrs E. P. Branch and )Ir. and Mrs. R. was that saloons had heretofore argument been the it helped her more et bought another a>4

the 4 altar- by. Rev.. A. T. Sharpe, who in spent last. Friday in Rockledge and Ceo otie'. Andrews enjoyed the hospitality of cause of much lawlessness in Titnsville, grew better fast continued its use .!fr

hi.pleasing manner performed the marriage Mr. Alvord had_ paid Indian Rivera )Jr. and )Irs.. J. H. Phillips on Thanksgiving impairing the peace,order and good government now strong,healthy,rosy.plrnsp,
r according to the Episcopal visit about twenty ears of the place. That we could lag 14Q pounds. For fuller
ceremony ago, and had day. We are told the bill of fare justly infer send gtaup to W. H. Cole'Dr
repetition of the
.' service. The organ played, in softesttones not been down here since. He was astonished would have gladdened the heart of an saloons J>e re-established. A pa should of Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this wad

-owfcmfe daring the ceremony, to find what had then been a epicure, the greater part of it the pro their political power and influence source in derful Disborery free- at. 'Dixon&&*?*t -
3
and as .soon as MF. Sharpe had blessed wilderness almost, now grown into prettytowns duction of our own State and county. i i perniciously shaping the administration drug-store. s

the the beautiful march from WagBera and handsome He of the towns afiairs was also pointed out I
orange grove
Mrs. Dayton, Miss Sim rell, Mr. W. A. in of the 1I8TlCE.
support proposition that saloons
Lohengrin was played and the happy said that he 'could scarcely believe his
Howland and Dr. Schofield are out for a here would seriously impair
I good govern To t\* CUcxJuofEiaardHaving a..t.J:
left the church for the
couple. res own eya"Friends
pleasure trip on the Dr.'s yacht ment. With me,and I believe with .
die of the bride's parents, where a roomy others who not many been appointed by Uwsioners -,....
of Mr.and air J. C. Norwood the Maud F. Not wishing to beat against are strictly prohibitionists w.

{ bountiful supper had been prepared for City Point, will regret to learn that their a norther they remained at Melbourne the evidence adduced and other evi the Sob-Tropical of said county Exposition to represent at JaeLr.'
them and few intimate ''fiends. This Beach the ladies dence within their own knowledge is convincing
a handsome new residence was totally destroyed being quartered at Mrs vine, which opens on Jxnnary tnl ,1"
all '.those whowereprescntj Cumming's Myrtle Cottage and the : beyond a reasonable doubt of the and tie >*
t.v was greatly enjoyed by by fire last Tuesday night at ten gentlemen truth of the above ition. knowing the resoorces of oeakTI
occupying the spacious cabin of propo do I have in tW I
which Included relatives no hesitancy saw ,
But
whether
the
o'clock-the evidence .
supposed work of an yucca the yacht. be conrincing tally believe with hearty aiMt .
co-opet
a
also ot.both the contracting parties_ After diary-and. Norwood in saving his or not, the soundness* of the conch the will t3s***
Mesas B. S. people, we not only jaaxe !
the excellent had been Hoag assistant manager sion as a deduction from the premises is
supper partaten wife from the flames exhibit but will the capital fttfe
was badly burnt of the Alcazar St. capture
at
and not affected. It is
Augustine, not, as "Subscriber'say '
', .Mr. Mrs. received of $1,000. It vUlbeixnpcssaief r-
an4 Wimberly a JJ
and injured in the back by a fall. Their Russell Hudson, purchasing agent of the a non NfJu lur. It violates no rule virit each.and producer: Ita *i

'pleasanXserenade..1 They leave here in a escape was a narrow one from 4 death by three great hotel owned by Mr. Flagler of the syllogism. There is no fallacy in I earnestly request every everyone wbo fe***.?" ,

.day or 8ff Jacksonville to spend a'few fire, and Mr. Norwood is still quite ill at called last week. Mr. Hudson had been i it. In the article "Subscriber" deems so thing worthy of exhibition to writes-

day, when they will probably make theiriome the house of Mr. Usher, ""ho"erY kind)y as far as Lake Worth to make arrangements illogical, it is expressly said that .whether What we 1r&ntis a fall uhWtof Ae?*"
"
'at Lake City.Cocoa.. offered hospitality to )Ir. and Mrs Nor for a supply of fresh vegetables the sale should be prohibited in anrparticcl ducts of the coa: tr We do sot aai,*.
fur
wood. the winter. Mr. Hoag is confident ofa ir locality depends, in my view, donation; we will }'iSya fair price f'f.!

'-i great rush this winter. upon how you answer the question:: articles. To the ladies do we epma f f
Last week a pleasant party sailed to What will be the effect of for domestic work.Matter's .
Messrs Sae er and Hamor of Ankona saloons in that peal some of their
'
.''Mi8: Dotr of Sew York, is at Rock Melbourne in the good sloop Maud F. were in town last week for supplies, 1 Ire ,. place? Will they seriously impair the B.P.P .. ,
with the of Mr. c. The ladies-Mrs. Dayton and Hisselli of Commc er..
ledge family Ryder. Siinmerell Hamor is a native of Lawrence, Stash general sense security which good government ,
Mrs. ". H. of Poin -stopped" Myrtle cottage and came down here several on should afford its citizens And -
Sharpe, City was with Mrs. Cnmmings, while the gent) years ago this is
account of question left to be answered beach
pulmonary difficulty. Hay Sale
welcome visitor in Cocoa Friday men-Dr. Schofield
a on and Mr. Walter reader in the
ing fully recovered he returned north light of the testimony of f "
Howland--sailed Under and by Ttrtne of a decree
kit., up to Tropic to attendto but being attacked of the past and his own knowledge of
again has
returned sa-
to closure J
"' some business., and and sale rendered by tie .e!
a dav later loon
.tc' ':)(r. CL H..Ed Rein rton spent last. Friday joined their friends Melbourne or so I Florida for good, and we are pleased to Now influence. the Circuit Court of the Seventh Jr...
Beach. let
state has already greatly improved. us turn to"Subscriber's" article. Circuit of Florida in QaChambers "*. '
and all sitting
TUosville returned to Cocoa on They returned'home to Cocoa and The used ,
argument is that if
saloonsare
i for the of Erevana
Saturday. Merritt,on Sunday, in the Maud F., and The municipal election cooatj
passed off qui a menace to good government then +
i December 3rd, A. D. 16SS, in a a
!A heavy norther bas been blowing fore expressed with their themselves trip. as highly pleased etly. Just after the polls were opened the saloons shoal be improved by refusing cause pending ia aid court wbg a'**
Mr. Branch withdrew his candi- licenses to bad and U **-
name as men the local Berkey Gay Faroiture Com J
acme days and light overcoats and wrapsffcre On December llth a Fancy Bazaar date for mayor, refusing to run under government should be strengthened. The plainantaad Harriet P. Ali tom. i ...

necessary for comfort. will be held at circumstances.. The Citizens' ticket all-sufficient answer is, that we are dealing are the defendant, I..ill tfI a t
Courtney at the
Dr. L. T. Daniel, the Cocoa dentist t, dence of H. J. Tiffin, Esq., ,by the ladiesof re iwl 9b was put in the field Monday had, with the wet and dry question as the public out- accormajt to law; .
Courtney, for the benefit as one gentleman expressed it,"a crushed conditions are nmc. The'iasue at the coming the door oi'tje Hotel |adkaKodded ..., ia
Tltusville of
to for hweek's the little
on
up Monday Episcopal Church at that strawberry walkover. The vote was: election will be, not the regulation of e, ia said capnty of BR* ,r
stay at the Grand View Hotel. place. The For R. W. licensed saloons the the First 1).1-
articles to be sold by the ladies mayor. Andrews 21, E. P. or strengthening of Monday ia Jaaoary,
.Mr.aad Mrs. D. M.Ensign, of Boston, gpneroQslr donated to the were) Branch 1; for aldermen, Frank Fee 21," the local government but whether licenses being the 6tk day 'o{ said se.N4 at"
cause by Ir. L. P. Ely-21 W. J. shall be o'clock ia tie aftmooe kra... pt e
Tiffin who spends Kesbiu 1. E. C. granted promiscuously to ...
"visited (
Cocoa and his '
Rockledge last week. home in.Canada ''and summers at his Thomas 1; for'assessor, D. W. McQuaig sell liquor to whoever is willing to higfeeat bidfer the foUowiioaal IC i.,s+ II P' !.;.
... Tlfcey were Ute guests of the Peck House. of and ), they consist mostly 19, W.J.Nesbitt; for marshal and col for them. It is not possible to amend pay the prof tr, itaate ie ... e ..l .
toys fancy articles for Christmas Iector & F. Gibbs 20 liquor law until the Bnvari aid Sute of Florida,to-.?:
S+ia 4s wool oa Sunday morning and gifts. 'l'hey1rill be sold at M. G. Ellis 1. next session of the i d r '
reasonable AH tke ttiaa
:ale reading on Sunday night tookpUee prices, and those who wish to buy We were delighted to welcome back.to Itusville legislature agbrd Neither the can'employment the finances of all .. ..... } Ii ih& liMa .. ,......

": at'ihe sew .E. Church, South. as Christmas gifts should not miss this op Melbourne Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whiting stronger police force Kor, if this of a liafc aad ail *e ,. .wile ixteiit&e ... II I

itw.t o'' po ;8.aity of obtaining them, and at the and Mrs. Gillfe of Portland, N.Y., who possible would it answer the were said HeW I.*.a Jtiver of ff +1 ki

-''-' $.?* '., h same: time be ,helping! the_church along arrived Saturday. Mr. ,Whiting is en- that the saloons, if established objec4oa aad destxiptiaa _W oerr v or I -,
'.... 3s +1' H.. .Sams d. Jamily, of atCoerteey. BOB t fail to'take the trip aged in grape culture at Portland and the next elections. "Subscriber"BAT carry lieeea. .. a.S tie acirie.t w atiJr .

"; woe ever to attend: ,the Epi6- i to the bazttr) at Coortsey on'Dec. llthati irought along ,a few baskets to divide >that we rote wet for advians ieava> -.-......-c' of sale.
rwaoea that
... 'Ctamfe\ senrke,'-last. : Samky, 'iafe IMW111* edr tick eolBtt'awa1 the .bargains weD eased obtain aad i MBong his friends, YOHT correspondent Mould rather:prompt BS to,rete dry. Be D.}.X.">. 1M.- ...
you being remembered, in. tie dist tion. that the :
:says, town and
FfoH with Mr. Will emty asthori
Wing, ,*-. : AIer., 1ft. aw..unfL.j-.
... s ; The Pea were sias P:1T: del'. aadw.e fees should refuse to gnat Kcewea 'ba4. .
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.THURSDAY DEC 5..1889.. 5 '
THE FLORIDA> STAB, t ', : ..
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., :-' -"- lafiTP .. .,# .- '\ ,,<}"H! c ALBERT,A. TAYLOR. .' ,
: : 1\. .:w..p"' ..; .. y.r:-J. .;f ,\ t' J 'MQEAU': : T-t6'J"J, .. ,'. : ,,' ; EDWARD STMNG., : ?
ought igiYe Ii .
th feWlttt you GAM.IE,'
have It, to fullvr enjoy life TILING Cf& : 'T
lus it i ,.It are searching for It daily,'ancr Is prepared! to, Sink -ARTESIAN : : : : -Y.LQ..LII. t
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because they find It not. Thou: WELLS aj, any lacebetweenGeo; '
fjaope thousands of dollar* aniJSly ; and St. lucie;',76c. *per foot to 300ft 'Cocoa, Indian River. Florida ,
..... : .
by ourpeoph In the:hop( Will contract to any depth. ,..f..
::tfcey may attain this'boon -And yet DEALERS IN -,

It had by all. We guarantee thai EACOTT .& CO. to.
utsYc used di
Bktel'l, Jf according to ,
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feed bri (ydeOn I ou.Good dyspepsia and the Digestion use and Install persisted and instead' oust in; will Eu-the TTTUSVIIJLE, FLA., Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware: j'


.for...d1.pepsla,. We recommend and all diseases Electric of the Bitten llvrSomacliand "- TIN &SHEET-IRONORKBRS,. ,

kidneys. Sold at 5Oc. '
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.ad' $1.00 per bottle by Dixon & Gray,, GUTTERING, ROOFING, AND AGATE-WARE. .

fragSltt- 23Master's And Manufacturing of ton.' Ware.' .

Paints, Oils, Glass and Pntty, .
Sale. GALVANIZED WORK
o -
0Plumbers' TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY;

Under and by virtue of'a' decree ol And Repairing of all kind

foreclosure and sale rendered by the and Mill

Judge: of the Circuit Court of the Sev TITUSVILLECOMMERCIAL BARBED WIRE, '

lath Judicial Circuit of Florida, sitting Supplies, Q1
Chancery, at Chambers, for the coun- 1
i. WIRE NETTING .
trof Brevard, dated December 3rd, A. .

u '1889,in a certain cause pending; inaid ,Sash Blinds
wherein the and Gay Doors
Fsroiture court,Company is'complainant Berkey and and WIRE CLOTH

Harriet P. Wilkinson et al are defend- Institute.Will

ints I will sell at public outcry, accord- BRICK LIME CEMENT Guns, :'. ,..
jolt to law, before the court-house doors .
Titusville, in said county of Brevard,, Open for active work Monday,
no the first Monday in January, A. D. the 2nd day of December. All Students SHINGLES and LATH. AMMUNITIOl\: ; ,
.
130 being the 6th day of said month,, desiring to enter this, the 1st Class, will FISHING TACKLE. '
_
daring the legal hours of sale, for cash, notify the Principal at once. Terms as "

Bribed te the highest real estate bidder,situate, the in following the county de- FuU follows Commercial: Course of Book-Reeping. Ship Chan.dlery-: Goods: ,. '. ." : : .
and
eta including Penmanship .
Brevard and State of Florida, to wit: K f*
:
of Mathematics, $>0 OG
between Agents for ALABASTINE the coating for walls and ceilings For Chattanooga Plow ,Compony's
Beginning at the section line Books,paper, pens,ink,'ete.T for same 8 5(1 permanent ;
sections three and four, in township Penmanship complete coarse, 600 plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. +
,, .
Mathematics, 3 (XI
month
south of 36 east, at per
twenty-five, range a Payments to be made, cash one-half down for any ,'"
Gauze Doors Cook Stoves and Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets. \
,mire monument stone marked with a branch. Money for text books, copy books etc.,, Ranges, +):p
feet cash In full For further particulars apply to ',
thence :Jdue east 1,850 '
more letter \Vl" to Indian River, thence E. H. SCOTT, Titusville, Fla. ARTESIAN: : WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITY/

northerly] along said river 200 feet, moreor Mr :Scott: will canvass the county between thii 6
Catalogues sample cards and size lists sent free application. Correspondence solicited and
less, to the south line of a lot of landA. and December,1st 1889.SherlfPs upon *" .r.*
L. and E. F. Hatch purchased of R. r estimates furnished promptly.
due along said line Sale. ," .
thence west
C.May, '
to the section line above named{'thence Under and by virtue of an execution issued STILING & TAYLOR.. ,-.,.
doe south along said section line 200 out of the Circuit Court for the 7th -:-

feet more or less, to the place of begin- Judicial Circuit of Florida, for Brevard '
J1 C. Bounty; upon a judgment lately recoveredn L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGEQJvEiR :
Also that certain piece or parcel of said court by W. H. Macomber,plaintiff .

land, being a part of lot number three, against Geo. Altree, defendant, to be satis : & E"tJ"D'GE: ; .
t section three,township twenty-five south ted out of the lands and tenements, goods ..;.
ind chattels of the said George Altree. I ; :;-
of thirty-six east, commencing on ,0
the range bank of Indian River at the dividing have levied upon and will sell at public Dealers in I
line between lots three and four, outcry,in front of the Court-house door, in S : ,
ritusville, in said county, on the first:Monday '
thence between west running lots three along and said four dividingline 1,852 in January, A. D. 1890, between the -=:
of 11 and 3 the following GEORGIA PINE LUMBER { :
feet, more or less, to the section line di- lescribed lours real a. m estate, the p. m.same, being the ;
<
viding sections three and four, thence property of George Altree, ,and describedis
north'along said section,line 418 and ;
follows, to-wit: '
frHOOths feet, thence east on a }line par- Lot four ((4)) of Indian River City, in SHINGLES AND LATHS. { ,

allel to the dividing, line between lots ection 33, township 24 south, range 36 ''F,' ',',
three four 1,580 feet to Indian River and'state aforesaid. 'lCe
and east, in the county
thence south along the margin ofrid JAMES E. BOWMAN, G-ENrER. L :BAR.D-VV: AR. ::t

,river 490 feet more or less, ,to the Sheriff Brevard Co.
place of beginning, containing thirteen JAMES T. SANDERS : "

acres, more or less. Plaintiff's. Attorney. Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware and'Crockery.
Also.the southeast quarter of south- ; .
eaetlhwrter of section four, township master's Sale. .
,
tweakIvq south, range,thirty-six east.Alsolour Under and'by' 'virtue of & final decree of r '
P IN'Y'AlTD: OJLS: : '
hundred and eighteen feet foreclosure issuing out of the Honorable ,. .. .
of the south end of the northeast quarter Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial

ef Ale southeast quarter of said section Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers

fcw,:township twenty-five south, Irevard county, dated thetwenty=ninth dayf 'j!!" "* *". ,,* ,
liegeflirty-six east,the measurement > November, A. D. Ib89, in a certain cause
to commence at the southeast corner of herein pending, wherein Martha Ann Screen ,Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Dobrsif: : ".

said last described lot of land, and to go Fudde, by.her next friend, S. II. Ray, and : \
north along the section line between J. R. Judde, her husband, are complain- '
'h-
sections three and four for a distance of ants and William R. Edward is defend- POWDER* NEW YORK PRICES. k. :; /

foar hundred and eighteen feet, ,thence int. I will, as Special Master ip Chancery, ',."'f'
vest on uarter of a mile, thence south ell at public sale to the highest and best TITUSVILLEFLOR< DA. ': \\i irEOM
four hundred and eighteen feet to corner bidder for cash, in front of the court-house ,

between said lots of land herein described door in Titusville, Brevard county Florida, ., .
thence a quarter.of a mile to on the sixth day of January, A. D:] 1890, ,'.' A- fOld .
place of beginning.: he same being the first Monday in the and Reliable.Established \S't9B. :'
Also the northwest quarter of the nonth and a legal sale day, between the
egal hours of sale, all that certain lot or
northeast quarter of section'twentyone, $
t township 21 south, of range thirty-five piece of land situate in Brevard county at the, PRESLE': cJd'C ,
to-wit
tate of Florida, : Beginning
east, it being: a fractional lot on Indian northeast corner of the southeast quarter of i,. .
i Hirer,.containing twenty: acres, more or he northwest quarter of section four (4)), rf WHOLESALE

p (22),south of range
less.Also in township twenty-two
; a strip of land fourteen rods wide hirty-five east, and run south five chains
facing on Indian, River, commencing at and forty links, thence go west seven chains' FOREIGN & DOMESTIC RUITS'A12d
, the southwest corner of lot four, section and twenty-five links, thence north five NEW YORK CITY.
Mr. A H. HawkeOear Sir: Your PATES .
k two,township twenty-five south'of range hains and forty links, thence east seven EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and an 'x
thirty-six east and running due east chains and twenty-five links to the point very much gratified at the wonderful change tha : : ,, Commission: : :DI.IerchaD: : :ts.
along south side of said lot to the east of beginning, containing tour acres. Terms has come over my eyesight since 1 have discarded
line of the same, and then due north ash.: my old glasses and ALEXANDER am now wearing A GAB.yoaro. '
along the said line fourteen rods, and Witness my hand at Titusville, Florida, Secretary Stationers'Board.of Trade ,' : >: ::';:; 1
. then due west parallel with the first his second day of December, A. D. 1S89. All fitted at the Drug Store of FLA. Consignments of Florida Oranges Solicited*
TITUSVILLE
25 DIXON & GRAY .
E. mentioned line to Indian River, and J. II. ROLLINS, h

thence along said river to the place of Special Master in Chancery. S .,.. .
Winning, being a strip of fourteen rods 1 OB BINS & GRAHAM, PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup \4 .:.
'd:' north and smith nn raid river, and 33->\ Solicitors for Complainant. ..
t extending mtuo the same width to- the cast Barrels $2.25. ST. PAUL, :1 IN N ES T A. "_ ,.. ,.

, line of the above lot described, the same Notice. Gauged to order, ten cents extra.
supposed to be a fraction over. eight To all whom it may concern We have been the Agents of the Florida Fruit Exchange since Its organizationuntil
t acres more or less. Notice is hereby given that my wife, Le-; Wheelwrighting and Repairing. this season, whcu they decided to confine their western shipments Chicago
E Also all of lot one,section thirty-three, operetta C. Field, having left my bed and and St. Louis .:'/'-, -.f' ,
and lot one of section thirty-four, board without just cause and provocationall C. O. B. tIle
% We have been for Florida In the
Xorth-
recognized headquarters Oranged
r, township tw nty- i.x south, of rangethirtyseven parties are forbidden to harbor or trust Water Breaker;
barrels and Oval
1 will hereafter Honey west for years, and have the Largest Orange Trade and Longest Experience. of
3IemttsIsknd not ,
situated account as
,
east, on her on J>'
.t7. my from 82.00 up. or house in the West. -
, ; onerfiixth interest as shown on be responsible for debts contracted by her \ "
i *kt from a survey made by C. B.. Mamder -ALBERT M. FIELD, Tanksand rjjWe have the best Auction Room in the country and will sell Oranges at

f ,county surveyor of Brevard count Juno, Dade Co., Fla., Nov., 1889. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order Auction or Private Sale as shippers may wish. '
and recorded in the Clerk's office at t '':1Corl'espol1dence >
Titusville, in book of deeds A, page 679, masters' Sale. T. JOHNSON solicited. References. Any of the National Commercial Agencies -
f and known on said plat as strips seven Under and by virtue of a final decree ol Florida Local Banks, Jobbing Houses or the Florida Fruit Exchange. I. ,
aad described foreclosure rendered by the Honorable LaGrange* : : fS"traooovberry
t eight, and more j particularly sale and .
commencing on a line drawn John D.Broome, Judge of the Circuit -
from Banana River Indian River true Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit oi
to HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN P1aD.ts in Sep"t D1b".or..
nineteenth of Novemher
day
ast and west, iw ntr-pioe chains andfcinetythree Florida,.on the 4
links north of township line A. D. 1889, in a certain cause in chan Improved
r in the circuit court of Brevard RIVER BAKERYWe Nunan's and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early.
dividing townahtpstwenty-six and town- cery pending .
fciW twcn -seveu,and runs north three county and for the circuit aforesaid will Keep on Hand Every Day -
Martha Ann Judde and Samuel H. Ray,, Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
tarns and thirty-five links, and thencea her next friend, and J. R. Judde, her hus- INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge :Fertilizer: Co.
eoatiaiiatioa tree north (which con- band, are complainants, and Henry John- FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed, Meal], etc., and Mapes' and
Mititcs.trip number- eight)seven chains drawn son is defendant, I will,.as Special Master Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue..
1M aixbr hfiks to another line
sell for cash to the hiehest
at and from high water in Ba- in Chancery, ETC. AlSO Indian River Nurseries Melbourne Fla.NA.UMAN' .
west bidder, on Monday the sixth ;day of Jan- JOHN B. BEACH, ,
River to high water'in Indian Rh'Mift A. D. 1890, die same being the first

.1'r coataining-thirteen acre / more or uary Monday in the month,and a legal sale day,, Bottlers of Sodavafer, GingerAle : : S &
firs. I Pianos Organs
eigh1 in front of the court-house door in the town
Also lot BHsaber one section of Titusville, Brevard county, Florida, all HESPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
...vMkif tw wty-seven south, of rangeAtrtyseve the following real estate to-wit: The,northwest and other Drinks.ALL AGENCY. TUNED ANDJJEPAINED.
eiit,containing twenty-nine quarter (NW..t) of the northeast THE PIONEER

.....bore or l.,being a lot of land (N. E.) i of the northwest quarter (:N. W. PROMPT For terms and sample copies address G. W. SOHUXLER; ..
'eyed J,>y Joke Houston to E. F. l)of section eight (8), in township twentyone ORDERS RECEIVE CHAS.H.NA MAN, C0 s,
-r: lying.d being in Eau Gallie, (21),south of range thirty-five(35)east, ATTENTION. Titusville P. 0., Brevard,county, Fla. P. 0. INDIANOLA, BREYARD i
....tr of Brevard State of Florida, or containing ten acres, more,or less,'and beine FLORIDA '
*> *iela&ereofa8 BaY sufficient to'1Mi in Brevard county Florida. THE All work ,warranted. .Reference* far-
fy Mid decree and the costs' of sale. Witness my hand 23lh.day of November S., A. BELCHER-- & COMPANY. Naphtha Launch "Liviniei"Can nished. Charges only for work"actually

>.. Ler'to pay for titles. A. D. 1889. 'r done-Dot for telling exile <**.
D. L. GAULJlENt I ,JAMES SANDERS, .PROPRIETORS. ,. .. be Hired fort: Runs or:Cruis Will: make a trip'to-Lake Wwh atxwt ,
'Ma8tetpro: AaoALEX. L'rCt. I Master In Chancery.- : / ing. For terms and:particulars addressW. : 1st of OctobevattendiB t if 1MtYV ;4 s

.Sr..Ci.AtAB>Ats, BOBBINS'&, GRAHAM.'for. *TITUSVILLE, FLA. 40 .,P. Underwood, Cocoa, Fla... ivetlbeoze: that limp.. ,23 Ie: .
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: _,FLORIDA STAB. ., THURSDAY- .- ,, DEC.. 6 1889. .
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r NEWS INBRIEF.. Yirteeofaiuorderofthe bounded as follows: Commencing at a fjom day till day till ,all said lands :, ..' r. '

;. Vfeadeacatton, of IntoreftjUa Items e&Taxless Uudsr-axwl by point ono tile'east boundary line of a are sold.
Honorable John,F. White, Judge 4 ELIGtBLYLOCA1'di..
.'-> Slj.et Spanish Grant patented to the heirs of Dated this 2nd day of December,18S9-
of the 3rd Judicial
of the Circuit Court
Joseph Michael Lazarus ROBEBT 'MOBROW, -
Cea.. 1rW'aBa.aehulBftiBtala'tJ7f Delespine. ando
in and for Hamilton
Circuit of Florida,
John A. D. 1874 33. Commissioner.
#.at 4 tie Drysdale June 23d ,
the 6th of Jan- ORANGE6ui
':Minneapolis gels the next meeting of the county, I will, on day chains and 28 links south of the Peter
Greed Chapter Royal Arch Kuans.. nary,A. D. 1890 sell at public outcry to Ffcuchard Grant running from said |
bidder for cash, the following :
Republican caucus for speaker and other the highest point south 73 west, &4 chains and 22 "
oficen of the house will be held 2for. 30. lands, belonging to the estate of links to land owned by Henry G. Street, NOTICE. ON INDIAN RIVER, _
Kansas farmers are burning mal for fad, -Pliney Sheffield, late of said county of thence south.11 east along the eastern i r To all whom these present shall come, greeting -
fiad&g it cheaper than coaL Hamilton, dceceased: IN FINE THRIFTY
boundary line of lands owned by HenryG. I -tale notice: CO'b In It.
The late. ohn H. Shoenberger of Pltt- Lot Xo. 1, 2 and 3, section, 26, lot 4, Street and Thaddeus Street to theboundary '
burg, beqnaathed A million dollars for chart That whereas the Board of County Commissioners -
table section 25, lot 4, section 21, lot 1, section line separating the, aforesaid of Brevard Fla. on a 1 I THREE HDIDBED & FIFTY m.:

porposes.The battle of Treoton, N. J., will be celebrated 36, all .in township 37, south of Grant from the lands patented to William petition of more than county one-fourth, of, the i

p there Dec. 28 by Sons of the BeTolu- range 40 east, containing 396 41100acres Gamin, thence easterly along the registered voters of said county, did order I Two Hundred in Good Bearjz .
tioa.Friends ; lot 3 section 30 township 37 southof boundary line between the aforesaid that an election be held on the second I
of Jeff Davis hare organized a range 41 east,, containing 40 10-100 grants to the eastern line of the grant, Tuesday of December, 1889, the same be-
co xmj to syndicate and sell a tract of gild acres; the southeast J section 15, town- thence northerly along the eastern ing the 10th day of December, ]1889 to decide f
teed in Arkansas. to pay a &toO>>'debt for. ship 32, south range 39 east, containing boundary line of the grant to the place whether the sale of intoxicating liquors WILL GUARANTEE
; htm' 160 acres; the northwest J of northeast of beginning, containing 303 63.100 wines or beer shall prohibited in A.q IS.
President Woodruff,of the Mormozu, de. J, section 14, township, south range acres, more or less. The following described said county for the two years next ensuing COME, FROM PRESENT CBOP
ra darn that his church is loyal to the United
39 east,containing 40 acres; lots 1,2 and lands situated in township 20, after the said election. ,
it Skates when government needed. ana is ready to fight. for ,4, section 22, township 31, south range south range 34 east, bounded as follows: Therefore, I., Alexander A. Stewart, OF 10 PER CENT OX PRICE.

Locia na Joins in the march of unhrersalptugrm 39 eastixcontaining 112 75100 acres; lots Commencing at the southwest corner of clerk of said Board, do hereby give notice,
by ooBficting two Coulee -Crocee"regulators. 1, 3, 4 and 5, section 4, township 31, lands owned by Thaddeus Street, running as required by law,that said election will,
." 1'bJi"the first conviction of south range 39 east, containing 150 59-100 from thence north 11, west 52 be held at all the precincts iu "id county ADDRESS,
t: tie kiwi fa the state. I acres; lots 3, 4 and 5, section 6, and lot chains and 27 links along the western on that dav" to-wit: the second Tuesday j
I -*A mob hanged Joseph A. Smith. who shot 2, section 7, except ten acres supposedto boundary line of lands owned by Thad- in December next, for the purpose set forth. ([ LOCK JJOX 4TITLSFLOIUDA. ,
sad killed Marshal W. T. Williams Trenton be owned by Jas. Pritchard, all in deus Street and Henry G. Street,tnence In testimony whereof I hare hereuntoset .
e ,Ky.while the latter was writing a warrant township 30 south, range 39 east, con- south 73, west 58 chains and 41 links, my hand and official seal this 17th day
for SmttfrV arrest. taining 145 '90-100 acres; lot 5, section thence south 11, east 52 chains 27 linksto of October, A. D. 1889. -
Connecticut wants her coast protected 14, township 29 south, range 38 east, the north line of lands patented to [L S.] A. A. STEWART,
against smugglers, and will ask congress for containing 40 acres;lot 3, section 14, William Garvin, thence easterly along 27 CTk Board Co. Commissioners. THE GLORY OF MAN
a revenue patrol of her shores, like that oathu.New .
% township 29, south range 38 east, containing the boundary line of lands patented to
England coasts.
The Chippewa Indian commission has obtained 75 76-100 acres; lot4, section 10, the heirs of Joseph Delespine, Michael STRENGTH.YITALIT ;

the assent of every band of this tribe township 29 south, range 38 east, containing Lazarus and John Drysdale and William MASON & HAMLEV How Lost How RegaliKNOWTHYSEIE
in yfemaiiota to the agreement surrendering 52 88-100 acre lots 2 and 3, section Garvin to the place of beginning, the ,

to the gorernment something like 3,0>>.000 3, township south, range 37 east, same being a part of a Spanish Grant N
acres of valuable timber' and agricultural containing 53 92-100 acres; 10 .2, section patented June 23rd, A. D. 1874,to the ORGAN.& PIANO CO.
1ufls. 34, township 24 south range 37 east, heirs of Joseph Delespine, Michael Lazarus OF !fE
An Illinois court: decides that towns may containing 46 acres; Rice place, beginning and John Drysdale, the same being
sopprees Salvationists. at southwest corner of southwest the south half of a tract of land set off BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO. Ir
The trustees of the proposed Episcopal $ of southwest I of section 14, township to Cecelia Dufan by the circuit court of

cathedral in New York city have offered togive 24, south range: 37 east, running north the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida, con- Contains a fire octare, 8-stop p
worid up fair the site chosen for the edifice for the 70 yards, thence east 420 yards thence taiuinz 303 62-100 acres. Lot 1. section NEW action. furnUhed in a large and ,.i.
r gJ'01JDdLDaniel south 70 to southeast corner of 6 20 south 35 east j hiudtome cue or solid black THE SCIENCE OF
yards township MODULORGAN LW
O'Brien,of Hoboken, N. J., pot a I j range containing walnut. Price $" cash; and
penny in the slot Monday and seized the southwest 4 southwest J, thence west 40 acres, more or less; town lot alo sold on the Fist; Hire 8Jum -- on ASdentilcand the Errors Toathr Standard, >rcamreI hpalue.f.aI>
electric handle He was frightfully_shocked, along the section line to point of beginning in Titusville described as follows: com- ten at $12.,7 when per quarter becomes for aDd Physics: !Deti1tJ: ,leas of K9ae,3erNM ta.r.... :
and the doctors- are, uncertain about, his survival. containing 6 acres;; English place, mencing at the southwest comer of block STILE quarters the property organ of person
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commencing at a stake 110 yards from 5 and run north 1301 feet to dividing 2244. hiring. EXHAUSTEIiiTALIT
The American flag was run up the Battery i the northeast corner of northwest J of line between McCrory and Titus land l
flagstaff in New York City Monday 'southwest \ on subdivision line betweenthe thence turning at an angle of 90 and
morning,where 105 yean before the British east half and west half northwest running east along the south boundaryline
evacuated the town. Tha Old Guard 'paraded J section 14, township 24, south range. of McCrory and .Titus land 99 feet, MASONPIANOS. The Mason k Hamlin r
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in honor of the J Stringer, invented and pat. Resulting troD PonT,Tcs,z. ,.esisit. sr
day. 37 east, run north 76 46', west 495 yank thence turning at an angle of 90 and enffed by Meson k Hamlin in OTertaxauon, Knerratia; and m1Pet..**
i It is said that the Standard Oil company more or less, to the section line dividing run south across Titus lot 130! feet to &: 1882 is wed in the Maaon k for Work,Business: ,tie atrsedatSocW Be>,isG :,
.. Hamlin piano exclusively. Remarkable Aroid uukHZfol pretenders. Fosses* Ofcj pest <-
-! sections 14 and 15, thence south along Main street, thence turning an angle of L'ULIX refinement of tone work. It contains: 3JOpares,royal 9ra.bmdmg ; Js.kilt
I, i Pennsylvania, 4be refined and the said subdivision line 605 yards, more or 90 and run west 99 feet to place of beginning I and phenomenal capacity to ,embossed,run:cCt. Price carVM If
put on stand in tune rhirartertrethese man,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper: "
market as Pennsylvania retimd oil., less, to the sub-division line betweenthe ( containing i acre, more or les*. inttrument tnnr0FnxpeetcsFrerif JOII &;1Pli.Wm. ... ,.. r
At Ebrood,Ind,T. J. Myeriywa*dragged northwest i southwest land SOuthwest: l af northwest i section 26 l author IL Fmrtey M.H,.
from his bones at midnight: ky White Caps, southwest I,of southwest i, thence at an township 21, south range 34,. contain- cemcrUle free the GOLD NadeaalXe.BcaI.AlP 1kD i.1 K w gr.T jaa'.....

stripped naked, and beaten into insensiUlity. angle of 90, east 440 yards, more or less, ing 40 acres; northeast I of southeast | POPULAR STILES ORGANS AT t2%. tfcle PRIZE ESSAY sa KEKT0CV .*4
to southeast corner of northwest i of section 22, township 21, south range 34 $32.50, $60. $78, $90, AND UP. PHYSICAL DKBUJTY .P r r isrf I MM.

to Crier. u*.. ,--ultles.Th southwest J, thence at an angle of 90 containing 40 acres; northeast } of of Assistant, by FbycidiBJ man or tn may person ttt,oassdssd.at tfc* es tasi.destiaUy sf f'
-ee explosions of natural gas, two at run 550 yards, more or less, north on northwest J section 22, township 21, Organs and Pianos sold for Cash, Easy THE PKAB8D MEB3CAI.2X8
Pittsburg and another at Washington, I1L. sub-division line of northeast i of south- south range 34 east, containing 40 acres; Payments, and Rented.. Catalogues free. N..a Bw.lbd 8t.B.naa.M&ss.tnorders
for books letter sat adtje
IIII1IM
) or III
fatally injured five persons and seriously Injured west }, and northwest i of southwest J southeast i of northwest \ section 24, 32-CL .directed ushorn
several others. A three days-old babe of section 14, to place of commence- township 21 south, range 34 east, con-
in house at'Pittebnrg was not injured. ment, all in section 14, township taining 40 acres; southeast i of ,south- --- '!
Two men were t.enibly-eca1ded by an explosion 24, south range 37 east, containing 50 west i section 12 township 21, south 0
in a&still>ry at Oweuaboro, Ky. acres, more or less; Saunders place, com- range 34 east,contamimr: 40 acres; northwest $1.000 Fe>r OI11y: .I. .<
{r Butchers Bntmer and Fisher fought In aslaughter mencing 246 3-K feet north from north- } of southeast i section 12, town- t

Threw the boose former at, Baltimore.a mere boy The, into latter a, east corner of west i of southwest I of ship 21, south range 34 east, containing Ten Thousand Dollars m Souvenirs to be Given AI'-

r vat'of boiling water. He was scalded to section 14, township 24, south of range 40 acres; northeast J of southwest J sec On the Grand Opening of tbe.
xfeatk 37 east or subdivision line, from thence tion 12, township 21,south range 34 east, -
At Fine'City. Vfon, William Booker'shot run west 77 44', north 440yards,.more con taining 40 acres; northwest I ofsouth- r
t and killed William P..Coombs and wife. or leas, to section line, thence run northon west i section 12, township! 21, south FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOS fl.
A two-year-old baby fell into a kettle of sub-division line 112 feet, more or range 34 east, containing 40 acres; south
DOfli&g lard, .Bear Bmmfn, Ha, and was less thence run east at an angle of 90 i of southeast 1 section 14,and north $ THURSDAY AFTERN00NJAN.9,1890.
beraed to cB>>i. 420 yards, more or less to subdivisionline of northeast } section 23, township 21, t
In a coHlfiOB between two freight trams thence south on said subdivisionline : south range34 east containing 160 acres; No. S Partial List of Prizes.

James on .the Wilson Nickel engineer Plate road, was, near fatally Argus,crushed, Ind.:, [ to point of commencement, said description I Conley place, southeast i of southwest 1. Certified check for..............................._........................_Valcitioa....$.. I
and several others slightly injured. 'i intending tb convey all the i,section 32, township 21, south range 35 2. Knabe upright piano ebonized case,engraved panels with stool and Marf 8W
William Coombs and wife, of Pine City, lands formerly owned by Robert Morrow east,containing acres; west i of southwest 3. Parlor suite, five pieces magnificent brocatelle. with silk plush trim-

i ., Minn.,were brutally murdered by William lying between lands sold to Robert } of southeast section 32, town-I I mings, as follows: One sofa, in terra cotta,one large ladies' eau clair
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Morrow }I. E. and
20
Booker. by English a acre ship 21, south range 35 east,'containin in olive, one large gents' chair in blue large chair I
easy one reception
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r -i-",.. ,. W. H. HcXeal shot and killed his father; lot sold Roger by John Ira Sanders, 10 acres; southeast J of southwest 1 section in olive, one large reception chair in old gold ...............?..._._ '9|
J.. 't insetf-defeBM: near TazeweU CL H., Va. containing 10 acres, more or less; lot 4, 5, township 21, south range 35 east, 4. Pair diamond'car drops, best qualitc..N..N_.___. .

A cabin was burned at Fairview, Ky. section 9, township 22 south range 37 E., containing 40 acres; Armer place, at La 5. Walnut bedroom set, eight pieces French beveled mirrors...................t .
: Frida night, and three negro children lost containing south 62 acres, more 6r less; Carlin Grange, as follows: commencing at thesoutheast 6. Set Haviland French china, decorated, 126 pieces............._:._.._ X11
their ffresia the place i of southwest 31
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re.Wl.dOB1pencm.ar < section corner of the northeast Iof 7. Gents' diamond studs..........................................._.....N..... __ 1.
21 N.
by A the Qarolina cyclone.MASTER'S. reported killed taining township 80 south range less 37 northeast east, con- southwest I of section 29, township 21, 8Gents' magnificent: gold watch and chain............................__...,..-; ,.'
; acres more or : south range35 east thence
running
1 i of northwest } section 32 21 with the Variation, west 9. Elegant French china diuner set., 149 pieces.................?..?.._.__ ,)II'
township I of thARI1Minn_______ ling.._
---- --------- -- -- 10. Lady's gold watch and
south 36 east containing 40 20 -v chain, solid gold, very fine................__ Ii
SALE.Uuder ""'---- ,. lot 1, range section 19, ,township 20; south acres; thence chains east thence 31 25-100 north chains 10 chains-, 12. Music box, ten airs.........................................................?.__ 71
thence 13. Parlor folding bed, cherry finish.................. .
and virtue 36 containing 69 .........._.....MMM.MMMMM. .
east } south
br of afinal decree range acres, more 25 east 260-100 chains thence '
issuing out of the Honorable' Circuit or less; north i of south east J and south- east 3"10, north 5 chains thence, south 14. Antique oak hat rack, diamond French beveled mirrors.........._...... ft
Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of; >wej3t i of southeast } section-i2, township 23, east 4 90-100 chains, thence west 19,986 other souvenirs, aggregating: ........................................K?...... t&S&ft
the State of Florida In and for Brevard 22 south 34 120 22'; south 4
range containing 4 94-100 chains thence
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county dated the fifth day of October.A. acres; northeast i of southeast J section south 3 21-100 chains,, thence west2a west 20,000 Souvenirs in all, amounting tn........................_ ...................... ....
0. 1SS9, In a certain cause In Cban- 31 and north $ of southwest i and south- 630-100 chains thence Only 20.0OO Ticket Sold at $1.00 Each.
south Committee
therein 265-100 I to award souvenirs: Gov. Geo.,F. Drew. Dr. Joseph Y. PorterW
cery Pritcbanl and,depending William M., wherein Brown James under west i of southwest } section 32, town- chains, thence west 5 chains, thence A. 1 l'a cDnff, J. R. Tysen, A. W. Cockcrill,jr.: T. T. Stockton, T. S. Wflsartk. ......
the firm name and style of the Indian ship 21, south range 35 east containing south to the place of beginning, containing See Sunday's Times-Union for full list of souvenirs.
River Bank are complainants and Hat- 160 acres; southeast i of northeast i 32 62 JrUW acres, more or less. Tickets good for admission to grand opening of the Exposition, I

tift n. Morton and Frank M. Morton, her section 31, township 21, south range 35* Also one-third undivided interest in All orders for tickets should be sent to W. B. BARNETT, President of the. *1 I
husband. and_J. H. Foster and Mary P."Foter' east, containing 40 acres; southwest i of the following described lands: East i of National Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville] Fla.. accompanied by the meaHl -
his wife,'art defendants, and northwest \ section 32, township 21, southwest section 5, township 34,south $ for each ticket. _
thirty days having passed since the date I south range 35 east, containing acres; range40 east, containing 80 acres; Twen Send to the Secretary for a full list of Souvenirs. Atrents Wanted. }
of' said decree. I will,-as special nfaster northeast i of southwest i section 28, ty-nine acres (29) off of the north part $6,000 IN PREMIUMS OFFERED, FOR COUNTY AND INDIVIDUAL
in chancery, sell at public sale. to the township 21, south range 35 east, containing of lot 4 and the east half of the south- DISPLAYS'SendrorfaUliIL,
highest and best bidder for cash. In front 40 acres; gist of northwest i west J of northeast \ section 1, township B. F. DILLON, Pre lU
of the Court House door in Titusville, of southwest i section 23, township 21, 32, south range 39 east, containing 49 JAS. M. SC 1JACUER. Treas. S. JU ADAJH.""

Brevard county. Fla.. on the sixth day south range 35 east, containing 20 acres acres in all; lots 1 and 2 section 3,
of January, A. ,D. IS90, the same being northwest i of southeast i and southwest township 31, south range 39 east, containing C1ydE> S t Ima1p 00.
. the first Monday in the month and a legal J of northeast J section 17, township -'- 79 45-100 acres; lot 3 section 3

;. sale day. between the legal hours of 21, south range 35 east, 80 acres, and lots 1 and 4 section 10, township 31 New York, Charleston & Florid Lin e .,
sale all that certain lot
or piece of land. less 5 acres sold to C. D. Puryear south 39
con- range east,con taining 135 28-100 :
situate in the
county of Brevard and taining 75 acres, more or less southwest lot 2 section 7
State of Florida and ; acres; township 31, south
described
,
t wit: as follows i of northeast section 18, township 21, range 39, containing 40 acres; 'North,

Commencing at a point on the east line south range 35 east, containing acres; Morel place, situated in township 20,
f of a prolongation Washington avenue northwest 1of northeast J section 18, south range 35 east, commencing at a:
one hundred and five feet south of the township 21, south range 35 east, con- point on the east boundary line of a
southeast intersection of said Washing taining 40 acres; east } of southeast J Spanish Grant patented to the heirs of -

M1 ton avenue and Orange street,. as shown section 6, township 21, south range 35 Jos. Delespine, Michael ,Lazarus and oJ
4 on a map or plat of the town of Titus- east,containing SO acres; east } of north- John Drysdale June 23rd. A. D. 1874
ville. made by one J. Francis LeBaron east J section 6, township 21, south said point being the southeast comer ofthe
lor Henry Titus, and now on file in the range 35 east, containing 80 acres; east Peter Fouchard Grant, run south
office of the clerk of the circuit court in i of northwest J section 6, township 21, 73, west 52 chains and 27 links to land

and for'Brevard county and State of south range 35 east, containing SO acres: owned by Pliny Sheffield, conveyed to The Magnificent Steamships of this Line
Florida thence running east parallel southwest J of northeast t section 1, him by W. H. and Sarah Gleason, (Standard are appointed to sail as follow J
with the line of said Orange street to In- township 21, south range 34 east, con thence west 54 chains and 22 links,south From Jacksonville to New Time.)
? chart River, thence south along the mar- taining 40 York.. From N,w'ark to Jack>a fjYEMASSEE.
acres; northeast J of north- 73, west to lands owned by Henry G. TCISDATB. THURSDAYS A:: st:cnAYa
M ginofsaid river fifty-two and one-half west J section 2, township 21, south Street and Timothy Street thence north- ICALLDfO AT CH1BLESTOSL) llosdayawedaeedu.klP ida n nt.XJII'I&
,
r feet, thence ptr-.dlelwitb: said south 34 Sunday.Tnf Dec. 1, at 11:()()a.m (CALLING JIT ti 4 .L10 .)
range east,containing 41 southwest erly along said
,,. acres; eastern boundary line of CHEROKEE, '- +day 'C .
Une.oo"nge6\reet' to the east line ,of J of northwest i section 2 lands 8DIIXOLE. ., .a \ at IM p.m DZLAWABE Frid.T. Dee. S at 3_ R ,
of ,
said Washington avenue, thence north ;township Henry G. and Timothy Street DELAWARE Thursday 5, at 2-00 p. m IROQUOIS FrSaJr. ? s, at S: t. a
r along the'said 'east line of said 21, south range 34 east, containing 52 chains and 27 links to the northwest IBOQCOt*., Snnsdajr Thursday, "ac IS 8 at 5:00 a. m Tk iAsEE XOnchT, .. .. at I. .-"
avenue 40 acres; southeast i of southwest } corner of said Grants lands thence YEHASSEE, w at 7:00 L m CBEnOXEE. WM'sda 1y" 11. a& 1 M JL...
Snadar, U .
fifty-two and, one-half 'feet to, the point east at 1 KW P ID 8EM1XOLE. Frida ,u.. a' is1 I sc
of beginning. Including also the build section; ;township 20,'south range 35 73', west 54 chains and 22 links to the SEML CHEROKEE O 1.E.: Tuesday, M e& 17. at 11:00 a- m DEL.t"-.uu: 1CCJMbT.! .1 'M 931r m
Thar
----- ing,thereon,-and the ice-machine, boiler east, containing acres; west i ofaoutlieast point beginning, containing 30363-100 DELAWARE .- Sunday dar., .. 23.s. at at 4:00 11* a pm IBOQCOIA.Y W-r. T' JA. et aM V :
:nd all material and machinery necessary 1- section .31, township 20, south acres, more or less, the same being the IROQUOIS, Sundar.r.. 24 T at 8:00 am JD t xxorluFJcit0 Ut. t k.. 1I&.sa U..'n Sit-! 1F
to run'the same as.operated by the de- range 35 est, containing 80 acres; lot 3, north half of tract of land set off to Sep- CHEROKEE YEHASSEE, -- Thnraday r a 2&,. at 7'0 pm StEIot.i., Wt4 yeyyFFriday M aI.J_ 1!
fendantsherein.. Terms cash. section 31, township 20, south range 35 tima Morel by the circuit court of the SEMINOLE .- Tnwdjy Snnda., c, :9.31, at at 10m.1-:00 m DEL4W.1RE. 4> Ydnay,' r_ lid atJ Y P a.
Witness my hand atTitusville Florita. east, containing 47 acres north part lot 7th Judicial Circuit of the State of I DELAWARE Thorada ..JTan. 2, St 1.00 pm'.oon UOQtO IioodaJ.. 30. a&-:, iM e ,fr, ,
this the 23th day of Nov. A. D. 1SS9.ASETABD 2, section 36, township 20, south range 131 rid&.. IROQUOIS Tbundar, 3. at 4:O0 Ba ja .

,.; F.:GBAT, 34 east:containing 43$acres;; north I,of Said sale is ordered for distribution For Information
4 Special Master In,Chancery. lot 3, section,6, township 20,south range among the. heirs of 'said' deceased and J. A..LESLD. Regarding Freight and Page, appl to 4
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Supt. Jachorn111fo
6 Josr.$'& tsov ; : 35 east:, contauriBr34 S1-10tracres. will be made before the Court House JOIL'" 1...How.uin. F.T.A..Jack: T._,_0..we.YOiR' p..TraSe 3 euIia gyp's..t oik3 .'

: .. .!'f.3U'...'.,' :'. '"':?. Solicitors, Complainant.. .: ... ..' '. The: ,:following-described.. ....,, I' land' ,.'; situated, .- f' door- : in Tit SrilI- 'Florida, ,"dannghfee.. .*.t"': 'wx. P. CLYDE L Co. General Hac Agents Greea'Wew: = 'toms Dt15pgtO.T TOk-, w ,.P YA..Juloaa1'..nte.. ......._...' t i.1'f ''.

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In eadiGon.a'my i 'yerj' Complete ; THE HOT WE OF FLORIDA.

: + .:, BtoaL/af--J- Charts,& Maps :of ry Man River. HEREWEAREAGAI L

r. : And the'Whole Coast of the United
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"-' A. B. CAMPBELL
1SSap1o: cb: FancyGROCERIES States. "'
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I TIDE TABLES,. Jacksonville, Fla. i
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COAST PILOTS, J W ROGERS .& GO w -
AND ALL PUBLICATIONSOf Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines
Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos Wilcox &.
the Government Coast and Geodetic
Before an intelligent, appreciative and White Organs andChicago Cottage
Survey. Organs.
discriminating public present ourselves
HAY & GRAIN Robt. Ranson, Canaveral, Florida, I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest.
and make our bow, announcing that we station High GradePIA .
Nov. 17 1889. SALE AGENT.
in Eflect ,
are candidates for their favors, 'good e
Trains of. this line rUP'on Central Stand. Write for Chart covering the ,portionof
I ard Time. and arrive add depart from the Dry Goods NotionsLADIES' coast or river desired! as constant'al- wishes and-cash. N 0 SORGANS'
j.T,& K. W. and S. F. & W. Union deV erations are taking" a.ce" Chart fifty : .
: : .
*- cents each. As blood is thicker than'water., so is

West India Fast Hail. cash better than credit. We propose to .

No 14 'OR
Ko.27. get out of the old ruts and Sell our
Jacksonville 30
12.40 pm..Lv Ar..G a.m "
| 38 p m..Green Cove Spring.5 21 a m Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

2 30 p m...........Palatka-.........4 25 a m .
3 30 p m...... ...Seville .........M3 02 a m Cash.. :
4 13 p m..DeLand Junction..2 03 a m ,' : ',' DRESS ; .
4 23 p m..Oran City Junc..l 49 a m q .I We handle a first-class line of .

5 15 p m...........Sanford...........1 15 a m '"' the
FOB LESS MONET than other home in .
6 13 p m..........Orlando..........11 40 p m United State I Hill ship any a Piano or Organ to
7 20 p m.Kissimraee. 50 p m : GOODS HOW? Cloth.ing"Both any honest man or womsu. on trial sod U not

10 13 p m..........Tampa........... 7 30 p m satisfactory, I will pay freight both ways, $35
cash a.nd $10 a month on a Piano and$I cash and
10 45 p m..Ar Port Tafirpa Lv. 6 30 p m "Can the world know man haa a good $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not ranch .r
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between ANDMILLINERY, thing unless he advertises the possessionof more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
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it. -VANDERBILT.Un Ready-made and to Order. terms can owu a iustruoieut. Send for ,
York and daily. No 27 anyoue
New Tampa, stops ...... FREE CATALOGUE containing fall infonnatfon-
si Kusunmee for supper. Nos. 14 and 27 Sheet)Music Strings Violins. Banjos, Guitars Ae-
connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steam- cordeous, and in fact, every Musical Instrumentthat
jhip! Lin for Kev West and Havana. Ships Our is made,and at very low prices. Bend for com.
plete Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
nil from Port Tampa Mondays and
on Music at 10 ceutsper copy.
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Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27 V4 Gents' Fnrnisliing Department A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, FI u 5If
connects at Palatka Junction with the Flor-
WRITE USa
ida Southern Railway. any dealer Bays. he ha the W.L.
i Is Complete.: Nobby Hats from without name and price Dor81ioea
him down as A
TRAXX8 BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND wherever you live,and the bottom put .
we will first- lass hands, and Shoes to suit the
ship a
DELAND. you "

IT DeLand No30 No32 No34 No36 No38 GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, S fine instrument on 15 most fastidious. Trunks, .Valises and 1J.

Janction-4:45p 8:50a 12:35p 2:20p 4:15p Days' Test Trial in Hand Satchels, too low to quote.
AT DeLand 4:40a 9:10a 12:50p 2:35p 7:05p t ,.r, your own home.

No31 No33 No35 No37 No39 t: For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can- eM.

LT DeLand3:40a 8:20a'11:30a l:52p 3:50p not be excelled in the county.We .
At Deland CLOTHING *

Junctio .3':35a 8:40a 11:45a 2:07p 4:10p : earnestly ask fin inspection of our
>Trains 38 and 39 run daily. 'Nos. 30 :1

and 31 run on Mondays, Wednesdays and HO CASH REQUIRED Goods before buying elsewhere.. '

Fridays only. .Nos. 34 and 35 run to and .
from Beresford on Mondays, Wednesdaysand Unil: con h ivy tested and approved. Our freight J. W. Rogers & Co.
Fridays. All others daily except Sun- Hats bo'li ways if instrument fail to please in either
style! pries or quality. Ours the risk,yours only
dty to bivc( and lull tat, and buy if fully pleased.
Month Florida Accommodation.No. rAi'Na

23. No. 66. 4{J OOO SouthernHomes

8'30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 15 p m .Saprraeabyussince: 187000 this TEST TRIAL
9 33 a m...Green ,Cove Spring..5 15 p m Boots P.A N, first introduced in the South by us. Fair S. 'EL RAY

10 35 a m..........Palatka:......-.4:25 p.ni 's* Method a distance of sale who possible cannot and visit a great our ware-rooms benefit totl.v.t L. DOUCLAS

11 39 a m......;....,Seville .........J3 03 p m ,
f, ..
12 30 p.m... DeLand Junction ...2 11 p m ALL //&r SAVED :., FOR '

; .. 12 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 03 p m Shoes TITU&VILLE FLA.GonT $3 $SHOE GENTLEMEN._
'. 3 35 p m.........Titusville.........11 57 am By this trial plan,anti purchasers absolutely Beat In the world. Exams e his
m..Ar Sanford Lv......1 30 Mird perfect instruments at the very lowest U.OO GENUINE HAMD-SEWED 8U 0- E.
1 20lp p ra possible cost. Selling only the,beat ins tru 80&.00 HAND-SEWED WRLT8HOE..
Daily except Sundayv! No 23 connects mentmade, that 'iU stand the most severe and T 83.50 POLICE AND FARMERS 8&OB.. t
Palatka Southern Railway." co':' rrhgnsive tests,we do not fear to send them out 82.50 EXTRA VALUE CAL 8HO .
with Flojfda ,
(.1&trial and let them srard sorely on their merits. 82.25 WOBKINOMAN'S SHOE.
Connection made also with Indian : 82.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHORE
All ask i-s the of
we privilege on -
River ;isieamers"_afc !Tiitusville to and fromfc&tig3 .Perfomeryv! Jewelry ",l. No suit, no pay. Our freights shipping if we f appi'ov .ill.'E MerchandiseSTORE. All made in Congress Button and Lace. .-

? on Indian Kiver.Jacksonville _- W. L. DOUGLAS ,
TO BUY
and lord Accomluodatioii. ESFron
Sap '
; S3 SHOE 'LA'DorES.
: us by correspond No matter whether .
Belt Material. Belt Style. Belt.
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No.15 > No. 78 v. Cutlery 'on.live either ten or a thousand miles from: us. It not sold by your dealer write
3 35 nuLv Jacksonville Ar.,12 40 maUpm.aie XVc\hip.to all, Southern States. Our fystem is ''A, W. I. DOUGLAS.BROCKTON. MASS
p
p perfect. Price in plain print and alike to all.
: Cove Spring...*]1 37am One price only. No more, no less. Large I .."'i' Examine W. L.Douglas $2 Shoe for
4 SO p.m..Palatka.........10 45 a m Discount'from mwkern prices.- AH compe-' .<- \ Gentlemen.

6 40 P m..........Seville.. .... ... 9 36 a m Tin pair titil'I1'met.! !hr F.ISV inotallment.i.Complete outfits Every free.inducement* AH freight that : ..,I propose to keepPirstOlass FOR SALE BYJ..HECTOR,1' ,
6 38 p m....Deland Junction... 8 44 a m Crockery iujy lair dealing house cuu offer.
6 49 p m..0range City June... 8 30 a m C.
7'3Q PJD......ArEanfo Lv..... 7 55 a m Wrtto for Valuable Information. A Stock
Catalogues Circulars, Special "'. I
Dally except Sunday. Melbourne, Fla.
No.78 connects at Palatka Junction wit] and Fail Offers-1889. Copy of new -:0- 1 .
Wood
Florida Southern Railway. ?aper--Sharps and Flats"- -OFMens' For Sale by -j..

So&terd and Lake Eustis Railway. ALL FREE. Address ,';' -' U. D. HENDRICKSOJuWorth "'.

No._ LEAVE 81 No. 83 No.ARRIVE xo No 82 Lake Fla. ." Y Iv. .
!!laDEN & BATES
1:40.pm 940 a,jn-SanfqnLBdO a 1:10 p m Willow-Ware I GROCERIES INTERNATION' "" -
, 8.01 p m>.3<) *w.Paola..7:59a,12:47 pm THE LS'.
&34 p m Ifc22 .w.rfento7:34a 12:17 pm owl SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE
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8t PJmlO:48: a m.1ItDora.7:2"la"12:03 pm TYPEWRITER!!

9.00 p mll:10 a m.Tavares7:10a 11:50 pm GARDEN SEEDS, SAVANNAH, CA.
Daily except Sunday. No.: 18 connects! ri
at Sanford with West India Fast Mail, No.
82 connects at Sanford with Jacksonville MY SON DRY GOODS
and -Sariford accommodation for pointNprtif. FERTILIZERS ,
t f ;; Deal with the men who advertise. You .
"* ; lost
will never by it.-BEN. FRANKLIN.
Indian River Express.No. NOTIONS .
I 27 No. 78 ETC., J83F Write L. &B. S. M.H.about it. -gjl -

12 40 p. m_Lv.Jacksonville Ar..12 40 p m
30 p m.a..Palatka..10 45 a m

3 30 p m......... Seville........... 9 36 a m added Complete Line of Ladies' &,Cbildrens'SiE
I have a
'4 13 p m.DeLand Junction... 8.44 a m \

1 1 49 p m..uV.Enterprise......... '7 58 a m,
6 20 p m...Ar Titusville Lv... 5 45 a'm : : QES

! Daily except Sunday. Steamers leave Titasville FURNITURElIA -"" ...,..........
for all 1I11un l\i\l\\ i 3A !\\1"!
4ailr.except. Sunday, pointsto
Indian River as far south sis Melbourne ** ALSOCROCKERY strictly first-class machine Fully
at 6.00am. Steamers leave Melbourne NOTICE. warranted. Made from very best, material

Mondays, Wednesdays and, Fridays at 5:00 LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE FLA,\ GLASSWARE by skilled workmen, and with the
a m for all points south as far as Jupiter: BEDS, Nov. 18th, 1889. / s- best tools that have ever been devisedfor
connecting then with stage for Juno and ad. Complaint haring been entered at this the purpose. Warranted to do all
1 landings Lake Worth. BEDDING, ETC. i office by George W. Storey against HAEDWAEE' that can be reasonably expected of the

f HalHax River Express.No. i James Booth, Jr., for abandoning his very best typewriter extant. Capableof
.' !am Agent for the Celebrated 150 words mlnute-or
27 No. 78 homestead entry Xq. 14.234, dated May writing per ,
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16th, 188, upon the west i of southwest AND: more,-according to the ability of the
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12 40 pjn..LT; Jacksonville Ar-12:! ,p m Box.
\ Bangor Orange } of section 25, and.east h of southeast operator.
2 20 m.....Ar PalatkaLv..1O45 am '
2 P Palatka Ar,.... 9 35 m i of section 26, township 28 south, range Price, $100.00.If .
50Pm..L'r p Can supply them' in car lots or less on Ship Chandlery Goods there in ad-
37 east, in Brevard county,Florida, witha is.no agent your town,
6 00pm.w......Ormond.......... 6 25,P m
short notice Terms made. view to the cancellation of sajd entry; dress. the. manufacturers, .
6 25 p m.__Ar Daytoua Lv..... 6 00 a mDally I I'
the said parties are hereby summoned to THE PARISH
Sunday. MFG. CO.,
except Will also carry the Double Dressed appear at this office on the 80th day of These win be main features of
Office No. the
Tickets on sale at City Ticket my Agents Wanted. PARISH N. Y.
."95 West Bay street and at Union depot.J. Vegetable Crate, the best made. December, 1889, at ten o'clock a.m.concerning to business, but orders sent me for anything .
and furnish testimony
A LARNERD G. D.ACKEBLY respond kept in store in Titus- .
,
: any
abandonment. STENOGRAPHY and TYPEWRITING
said -
Supt. Gen. Pass. AgUD. Orange. Wraps, Vegetable Paper ALEXANDER alleged LYNCH, Register.V. ville will be promptly filled. FREE FREE. First-

F.JACK,"General Manager. ETC. J. SHIPMAN, Receiver. class facilities and best teachers. Ad

Depositions before LaRue P. Ely. dress, with stamp for return postage
OEO. E. CHASE. A. 0. CHAPPELL. I am Agent for the notary public at Melbourne. Fla., on Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens THE PARISH ,MFG. CO.,

GEO. E. PHASE: & *CO., Bradly FertilizersAND Friday. Dec. 20, 1889, at 10 a. m. 32. Pariah, N. Y.

NOTICE.LAND Or any Country Produce my customers NOTICE.
SHIP CHANDLERY or friends may bringto
COTTON SEED MEAL. OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLA.,-\ market.I LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE,FLA.,1 i
November 18th, 1889. J Oct.26th 1889. /
_HARDWARE, I carry a Complete Stock of these:. Complaint having been entered at this Notice is hfreby given that the:follow
office by John F. Highsmith against Rob- ask for a share of the public patronage Ing.named.settler has filed,notice of bis

Fatal Lip fireMA Roe llW1J1Ft Goods. ert Densler for abandoning his homestead and come as a supplicant, not a intention to make final proof In supportof
>> Quick. Sales and Small Profiits is my entry No. 16833, dated June 4th, 1886, dictator, asking for your favors.If his claim, and that saitV proof will be
i RS.. lots 2 3 and section 9 courteous treatment made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit
.ni. ... WB96EL&Bi MottO. upon .4, township] ,good
.to" 44, S. range 43 EL, in Dade county, Fla.,. goods and low figures Court at Titusville Tht., on December:
Ageal for Derpe& VO.'8 Paints, Tnle I Write for.prices or Call on me before. with a view to the cancellation of said'entry the candidate for 20th. 1889, viz: Alexander Fore*ter,,of '
Life Preservers>> Teat & Awning Co. Titusville, Fla.. Ed No., 10249 for the
;. placing your orders. ; the said parties are hereby summonedto public favor,' -
Pen. Aiclrors. I i appear at this office on the 30th day of .. then Tmelected. lot 1, Sec., Tp. 20,S. 'of K.35 E.
-. December 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond He names the following wltneuMprove to
BOAT .us OF ALL KIND and furnish testimony concerningsaid continuous rea dance Ufoa,
adeace Solicited. Telephone Yours- Respectfully*, alleged abandonment. Agent Chattanooga Plow Ck. and cultivation of saId band vlr: .
Revels Fla: Henry
366. ALEX.:. LYNCH Register. Chilled Plows ana.SugarCane Brock of Titofriflc. ;

(oa. 88 $ 90, JK ;lJctiidACH St.", OEO- B, RUMPH, '.,Depositions. *.4 Vi before J. SHJPMAK H.Hoaglaud, Receiver., Notary: Rills.si ,bell Fot, George b. of Shiloh Hnnt ALEXANDER.Uanlover:Fla.; Butler LYNCH,Fla.;Cat, #

.. Public at Lake Worth 'Fla., on December
,
-tn. .9NTIG' E, FIA. 'T ITUSVILLE, ,. .LA. nth, lass,at 1a:1.me 52. :H. i; t; .29. Reglstet.1S ,

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VICISITY ITEMS. ante Company, $3.00; E. L. Brady,
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: $la00'Casli$10.001P.Facatt$5.00) ; This Space is Reserved t 0-
LaGrange. C. ..A.,Y. Webber,$.%00. CHEAP READING.

,Lu A. Colcman.returned from Jacksoniille Land aBd ,Groves for Sale.
also from a trip to Osteen.
; Having three places on and near the "
Willie Wolfe is engaged in shipping Indian Hirer, I will ell any two of themin AIL tfte Standard and Current Novell

oranges. lAst week he sent a fall car. order to better improve the other.
They are as follows: 124 acres on ,Mer FOR
Dr.Thornton U with us again, baring lin's Island quarter of a mile south of at the Price
o rm
armed from, Alabama: last Wednesday. Merritt poetoffice, $600; 10 acres two 8e.

School Ko. 1 w indebted to Mrs.Johnson miles northwest of Titusville, with 500 .
of flower arranged' t2J1isticaIJi. &ix.year-oId orange trees in good condition Regular Price, 25c. to..50c.Christmas .
for a plate
occupying almost half of the
ground, $2,500; 10 acres quarter of a
Mrs. Telford talked to us about the: mile north of LaGrange posloffice, with
Chinee"Monday evening The i 500 twelve-rear-old orange trees, in fine Goods
"Heathen GOLDSIITllBROTIIERS
condition, occupying about half of the
many who attended were much impressed 10 acres. with a good crop of fruit. This ,
Her. James Bolton preached in this last is the north half of the Kentuckygrore. NOW IX.
t Addf'eSJerome Twichell, LaGrange -
His was
settlement last Sunday. sermon
: Fla.CholceOrange.
a rare treat. Would he could come often. .. .
THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR
\ Andrew Carlile is making quite a gar Lands For Sale.

des TwentJ-firehnndcabwere bagephots Three desirable tracts* of high hammock -

!iet one day last week. We are sorry land, ]located on east side of East *TGEORGE P. Propr1.e'tor.
Indian Hirer. TractXo.. 1 contains
in bloom,
learn that his tomatoes, just i
to
!56 33-100 acres, with a frontage of half
were nipped by our northern visitor, :a mile on the river, about eighteen acres .

"Jack Frost. I cleared, a bearing prove and nursery of M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. II. EOLLL "

We hare had an ancient visitor,.who large trees. Tract Xo. 2 contains 51 74- Attv.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law.tary paLobbin .
100 acres, with a frontage fit" ightb3
G-rahsT'Yt cb B.0'1'11"'tIiiI
has been quite a change since ,
there
saga of a mile on the river, about six acres
he was here fifty-nine years ago. He describes cleared, a small grove and many trees in REAL ESTATE DEALER,

the country then as overrun with bearing. Tract Xo. 3 contains 34 7S-100 ALL HINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD d EIOL15CED.
't red-skins and tells of a acres, with a frontage of one-'fourth of a WHO WILL
wild beasts and Members of Brevara Abstract of Title Co.,
mile on the river, which is about four
t' thrilling escape from the latter.In miles in width. Thee lands are not un P. O. Box, 25O, -

school! :.a 1 the following pupils derlaid with rock. Xo wise man of experience TITCSVILLE BREVARD CO. FLORIDA.
would for his ,
last week Elbert plant a grave own
bad recitations : :
perfect
a use on land so underlaid. Perfectly ,..e .
Froscber, Coleman Mendell, Bessie Feas- healthy, free from for, malaria and frost. We Bay and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agent for a Urge&t U
ter, Carrie Mendell,Janey Johnson, Jerome Eight minutes walk from hou:-e to ocean I CU'e n1Jy-* Jected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
Feaster, Bert Johnson,Jakie Fear beach. Open Few DaysYITH RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Pro.
1F Feaster Thomas Ellis and For further particular] ? inquire of I perty on Indian River.
ter, Sallie Benj. Hall. 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate basinet are unequalled
Chas. Carlile. Chas. Cailile spelled down Mass., or of J. A. hippie, agent Georgian and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers the
I) grade,Lee,Coats C grade,John Carlile na, Fla. may favor us with their patronage.
and Bessie Feaster and Coleman .. I Xo Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
B grade Shiloh'Catarrh Beic*lv-*portfire cur for Ca Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of lar-
Mendell the school. The scholars, without Urrii. DipUi and *nkr l1uQ&h.. Sold 1y Dick priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
for son Jc Grejr.Tit mJ;.-. lit V
exception, deserve great praise .. A FULL LINE OF
their itudioUln and perfect obedience. The' Bev. '-*o.II.Tba.ier. ,Bocrbon, bd.says: GEORGE'I. ROBBINS, President. WALTER & GRAHAM.Semtarj.
*Both mrfflt and wif use nor lire to Shtioh'c
The union meetingof the La Grange Cooxmnptioa Care." doldbj Indian C Grey.Ti- :Sir: 7trc3L -A.los-fciTa.ot of Title Oo.,

e and Mims Sunday Schools took place Incorporated A. D. 1889.

4 Sunday afternoon. Mr. Chamberlain, of CAPITAL. STOCK, $5OOO ; FULLY PAID; \O\-ASSESSABLE.

Slims, gave a very flattering account of Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and oOc.for each td-
the school in his charge ey,. Johnson gOYA Dry Goods dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the*acv riz,$100
told us of the opening of our school with for the first additional and oOc. for each succeeding transfer.

one. Bible, part of a testament and a Taxes Paid for OH-ResIdeHl

Webster blue-backed spelling book. The 5@. For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry sal

first lesson was,"Judge not that ye be not annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against.loot bTu :

judged." Bev. Mr. Bolton gave the lit- Sale. 12 iCHANDISE
Box 25O Titusville, Fla.
tIe ones some good advice, clothed in at-
4 NOTIONS
tractive and pleasing speechThe: meeting -
; E. L. BB..A..D-y'
through ut..as very enjoyable. ,

Lake Wortb.. DEALER IN GENERAL ,

r It might be dry but it isn't TTTUSYILLE, FLOBIDA,

Neither- is it wet enough to be muddy. Calls the attention of the people of Indian Hirer to the Large and Complete Stockof

The most of the tomato plants for thi
seL n'l crop are set outWork CLOTHING FANCY:: db ST ..PTr41 G-ELc) ...-.:" .

is again going forward on the artesian AKIN GARDEN SEEDS :AND SEED POTATOES

well which is now down about 250 3Iade a Specialty.
Cotton Seed Meal always in Hock; and being Agent for the Mapes and other
feet. brands of Fertilizers, can deliver same direct from the Manufacturer A gyncy,sadat
Dr. J. H. Brelsford is home again but POWDERAbsolutely their price. We also call the attention of the public to our XEW SHOE DEPARTMENT

lift his bock at Jupiter until the inlet which is well stocked in Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes. Oar
stock of GRAIN, HAY & FEED, of all kinds, is the largest in this RC fm.
for it to
here getaf oPened big enough Your orders are solicited, and any correspondence or quotation will be promptly -
get in. Pure.This attended to. 26

x Mrs-J.X. Bodwell and two children powder never ranes.. A marvel of parity Hats Etc.
r strength and who!e.n'urne a. yore co"Oocuicalthfta .
arrived last week and are living on the the ordinary kind-and cannot l' tnid in cr mIti ,

lower Crag in place, of which Mr. Bod- slam tkm or pbnIrp1a&te.d.with the mutJind..,*. Its sM,r *onlr t.short in vtigLt can*. Dry Goods Carpets Mattings .

well has charge. Royal Bating Powder' o. 104VV.If4-. New York. ,

Capt. U. D. Hendrickson is about to Second-Hand Buck-Board,

erect a twostorybuilding in the rear of In good state of repair, for ale, Cheap. OIL CLOTH.
4 his Lake Worth store for kitchen and
Apply to AT THEIR STORE LOCATEDIX

laundrv- a purposes.. .. S. H. KAY, TitTOYille. FLu .A2mo Kohn Furchgott & Co.
Hurry up that daily mail you prom ,

ised that can again the STAB
us so we get
J.A.CKSON"VILL: : III
; on Saturday. Sunday reading is scarce THE BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD THEMcKenzieo
owing to no STAB: being received Satur- Offer at all times Great Inducements it the above-mentioned Articles.

; day. FOR THE MONEY! Window Shades Lace Curtains Tnrcomais Sijna IICS
V. O. Spencer and son are erecting a ,

large wind-mill on_ their east side place, -- and Mats.
ONLY $20.!!!
which when up, will be used not only
lw for pumping water but also for running They carry a large Stock, and and are able to compete with prices DCrt IB
Building visiting Jacksonville do not fail to call on them, or write to them if are ia
yon
turning lathes and a great deal of other -----ie----
4 "1 SS"giy1l, want of eoods.

machinery. Another improvement on 8 For a 14K. Gold :KOHN: : FURCEGOTT: & CO.,
their place is a house for the use of their

hired help.Church t4.K 'Tilled Open Face, Bay and Pine Streets; Jackson file. 33
Stem Rind Screw
services at the Episcopal ratio .
4 Church and east side school house the Back and front ease J. PRITCIIAED,President .
morning of the 26th, and Sunday School with an OXWASHINGTON w.I. i JACKSONVUE MMKE, 61
BCOWX.Casldcr. .
and church services in the west side
school house the afternoon of the'same i ithy aCINOBWALTHAHmovement. IJeiKa sso
At the Sunday School services! a INDIAN RIYER BASK.Titusville
committee: appointed to for .
wajs arrange Case warranted by 11.B"'w
some appropriate exercises Christmas. ,
makers for17e&n.WATCHES .
Work commenced at the inlet on the sent Florida. .1... F..nac.
19tb, and since the 23rd a big force has AY. A GENERAL BAl I1NG BUSINESS TEA5SACTED. -
to any point of the Taws Y r ft '
been in it in
engaged trying to open anew .
place and at last accounts they were oountrywberethere Warw.
about to succeed. It is a shame that a Is an Express Office Ex h3l1ge bought and sold. PpeciaJ and
.
attention Crash nest'
prompt given to collection Loans
little of the government surplus cannotbe C. O. D.snbject to negotiate on first mortgage for Springs
ent down this way to help in thi inspection beforepUrebasingwhen Banks Corporations and Individual Inter 0a7L
-> work, especially! when the usual river est Advances allowed made on time upon deposits.available collateral. -

and harbor bill gives thousand of dollars Sear Railway Depot, Approved business paper discoonteO. >sir,TeadaGle
to benefit much less important water- order is accompanied Drafts on all parts of Europe
: by 5Oc. to pay Cosiness done at Jacksonville rates. a+ bgsa Yiu ,
; ways. Every f Tor,consistent with sound
Zlxpres ehare&JJ.JJ.JJ..J.J.J.J.J. banking: cheerfully extender Ire,Ymtdsot
We, the undersigned,agge to give the
i CORRESPONDENTS:Baal JacksonTille..
amount set opposite our several names aeeaa..ee.. racksonville. Fla.; The Seaboard National
for the purpose of building a Methodic Toe.few e.swo ts.'-taM U5VIT1LFi. Bank New T ork. jsO. :
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Church in Titusville.. Further subscriptions na..m ,
f+a 11
ddQ
respectfully solicited. Contributions Vdic"'aD." mated Catalogue. O". $ ..tCTOB., o4 d
may be handed S. H. Bar. MethodistSuasion -
Board, $tOO; 61 H. Ray $100; / fflfflH1mHthiUthJi
.J no. M. Dixon,. $5.00; B. B. Wilson, WM. H. SPECK, JEWELER. ., Hardware and

$60; &F.Gray,$5.00; Gea B.Bumpb.' .:, ,," -... ", "'.. ,
$$15.00' Geo. F. Daren, $5.00) ; J. A. Car.Lemon sail Front St&. "

Miller$5.00; Ed Rainey,$2L50; W. P. PAJLATKA General Produce -
Hatchet, $5,00: H. F. Atkinson$5.00;i FLORIDA. .lad an kind e7S3ar.. rtl 1I1ft.-1
J. P. Turner;: $10.00; A. A. Stewart j sta.e.to: fad aalttlag..ie K....kts.G7..d d

$10.00; IL B. Heuer: $2LOO; A.J.Mitch. *profit per>> month; wi 1 prone Out I MERCHANT. send It 1M....t1s..vbsStt..
ell, $10.00; F IT V ]eret,$LOO; G.M i T fortrit Sew portrmits: jut Look BargaIns1 ; -.Ok ft-j-;\\ ityt.eiRo ts 1"u.tna..d e as.....
:Magrudertt.OO; Equitable life Assur1r $525Si*&&.Staple teat ran to alL t tI eat Cthkp" Sa __ tli..... hashes a,eat--
*zert8on.25 nor dn..5.T. Melbourne,
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