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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 12, 1889
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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.X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1889. NO. 34.

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LOCAL LACONICS.Mr. -Mr. L. R. Williams, of Chicago, was -Christmas toys in great profusion at -For a large stock and low prices on -Mr. E. 0. Summerlin and family,.

-! H. Watton, of.Clifton, was in in town Friday.Mr. Belcher's. grain, hay, bran and feed of all kinds, from St. Lucie,are in town this week.

town last Friday'morning. J. M. Richards, of New York, -Special bargains in Towels and Table E. L. Brady's is the place. -Buy your seed potatoes, garden.

J. S. Watson &"Co., have just received arrived here on Friday evening's train.It .. Linen can be found at Goldsmith Bros.! -Gentlemen should look for their seeds and cotton seed meal of E. L.

a fine lot seed potatoes.Mr. will be to the interest of everyoneto -Mr. James Paine, of St. Lucie, was Clothing, Hats,Neck ware and furnishing Brady.

R. E. Wimberly and wife left examine the stock of Goldsmith Bros. in town a few days this week meeting Goods at Goldsmith Bros.' -Large stock of tin toys toy engines,. '

Monday morning Jacksonville.Seed -Save your furs and skins and send many of his old time friends. -For choice groceries, fruits and all and all varieties of cups and vases at

potatoes; just received large them to J. S. Watson & Co. They pay -Christmas Toys for parents to make food products come to E. L. Brady, the 'Belcher's.Mr. .

jot of Early"Rose seed potatoes at E., L.Bradt. the highest cash price. their babies glad with can be found in only house on Indian River making a and Mrs. H. B. Fromberger and

Money I Money Money to profusion at Goldsmith Bros.' specialty of these goods.In wife and Capt. Mercier and little daughter,

-Mr. J. C. 'McManus, of Ohio, was loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & -We hear it rumored that upon the consequence of the pressure upon were in town last night. .

'J registered at the Grand View Tuesday Graham, Titusyille, Fla. incorporation of the Indian River Bank our space, the report of annual meetingof -Horse, wagon, harness, cultivatorand

erening.4J -In consequence of the large influx of under the new State law that the directors Orange Growers' Association is held saddles for sale cheap, for cash. Ad-
visitors will, probably, start a branch bank over until our next issue.! dress W. A. Ronald Titusville.You 9
.! 5. Watson & Co. have on hand to Titusville on Friday last, the .
two cars of vegetable crates. Don't fail hotels were pretty well crowded. either at Cocoa Rockledge.J. -Messrs. E. F. Dell and T. R Flu- will miss the chance of makinga

A. Durst, of Cresoent City, the harty, of Baltimore, arrived in town on
to tee them before you buy. -Tha: steamer St. Lucie did not arrive fine selection of Christmas goods if you
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida Sunday's train on a business trip in con- *'
-Mr. Charles Goodyear and wife of here Saturday night until twelve do not give Belcher a call at once. *
is now operating Lake Worth, Fla., nection with their respective wholesale
Boston, arrived here last Thursday even- o'clock, owing to the heavy freight. -Mr. F. Hitchings, of Melbourne ar- f
where all communications be ad- houses.,
tog bound for Rockledge to spend the -Mrs. Ely Spencer, who has been ill may rived here on the train Tuesday after-
dressed and information received. *
for the past three weeks, is now fully recovered -Dr. J. J. Harris, representing the noon, and left next morning for home.
winter.Mr. -The Methodists and Baptists have Times Union trade edition is in town to-
Charles Howard carried the Canaveral and able to be around again. -Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ball,.of Jersey
joined together on their Christmas enter- day to consult with the Board of C oun-
mail last Saturday and Monday -M.\ B. Bunnell, brick-layer and City, N. J., arrived in town last evening,
tainment, which will be songs and recita- cilmen about an advertisement in the
in place of Mr. Jesse Tucker, whose wife plasterer, is prepared to take contracts and left for a trip down the river to-day.
tions, with a distribution of presents, coming trade edition of that paper.
ii very ill. anywhere on Indian River. Address' Make known your wants to J. S "=
candies to the little folks. '
nuts etc., -Mr. G. F. Muriel representing the
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-AIrs. S. 31. Loriinier and daughter, all communications to Titusville, Flori- We have not learned the date, but expect wholesale house of John Clarke, Jacksonville Watson & Co. Theirs are 19, and yours

Miss Susie, were passengers on Captain da. 29 it will be announced our next. was in town Tuesday evening ; may outnumber theirs, and they can
indwell's fast express Monday afternoon -Mrs. Berr$, of Oak Hill, arrived in help] you. _
Mr. and Mrs. I.
W. Metcalf and left for various points down the river
for Jlck onviUe. town Saturday to to the shipping of -Ladies should
see look for their Dress
Chas. Metcalf, :Miss Blake, Mrs. Sheadle, yesterday, and will be in town again ,
Sheriff Bowman returned Sunday her orange crop. She returned home of Ohio ; and Mr. and Mrs. Sears, Mr. this evening. Goods,Laces, Corsets, Bustles, Ribbons,

morning from a trip down the river de- Monday. and Mrs Northrup, Mr.\ and Mrs.Cieary, -Mr. F.Kinzel,of New York, arrivedin all of good quality and at fair prices, at '
the registration boxes for the Messrs. J. H. Rollins of this town Goldsmith Bros. ,
liTcring, ; and Mrs. Wolcott, of Iowa,arrived hereon town Saturday evening, and left on
election held Tuesday E. G. Jones, of Baltimore, M. D. ; andA. last Friday's train, on their way to steamer Georgiana Monday morning for -Mr. J. P. Turner cut an ugly gash r.'

-Died-at the residence of Mr. H. C. E. Valkenburgh, took a trip to Tropicon Melbourne\ for which place they left the Jupiter, on his way to Lake Worth, into his left knee-cap, Tuesday, with a t r.

Carter, early last Thursday morning, J u- Saturday last in the Atlanta, and returned following morning. They were the guestsof where he will, probably, remain all the hatchet while opening a box of goods. y

bas Upton, of bilious fever. Deceased Tuesday, having had a yery pleasant the Grand View. winter, staying at the house of Mr. E. The wound is quite a painful one and

m about 2G years of age. outing.Mr. -Mr. Jake Birnbaum, now of Savan- M.Dimick, where he spent last winter. compels him to use two canes to get

-We learn that Dr. Orndorff and wife G. M. Bradley arrived from nah, but formerly a resident of Titusville, -We should advise our friends to re about. -

.are expected io return to our town about New Haven, Conn., Friday evening last, arrived here Tuesday afternoon, and remained main in town during the Christmasseason -Capt. C. J. Schoonmaker, of Cocoa, *

tie holidays. Their many friends will and left next morning for Rockledge, until noon yesterday. Jake being as we hear our hotel proprietors was in town yesterday, and when asked

be glad to see them again.Mr. where he said he intended opening the a registered voter of Brevard, he arrived intend giving their guests a spread of a by a STAB reporter why 'no election was

C. P. Eacott started down the Rockledge Hotel on the 11th instant just in time to cast a ballot in the most recherche kind Christmas Day, comprising held at his precinct, replied that be *
(yesterday). wet and election. To-morrow he : guessed they did not want to have '
dry a
ri=Monday to attend to guttering on goose, turkey, duck, venison, etc.,
the Hotel Indian River at Rockledge.The -Mr. C. H. Watson,purser on steamerSt. commences traveling for a large boot as well as plum pudding and other nice saloon there in case the county went. .

job is a large one and will keep him Lucie, took a trip to Jacksonville on and shoe house of Savannah.The wet.

there for several days. Tuesday to get extra colored help for fish houses on the railroad things.We learn .that the Hotel Indian -Mr. R. Gamble, master of transportation

Messrs. Robbins & Graham received the above steamer. Mr. R. Smith filled wharf are sending large quantities of I River, at Rockledge, will be formally for the railway company, has beenin

their new "Yost" type-writer, last Thursday Mr. Watson's place as purser during.his mullet, sheephead and other fish to different opened Christmas pay by Messrs. J. M. town this week, and he has had a bulletin -

and' "they are immensely high- absence in Jacksonville.One points north by every outgoing Lee & Bro., the owners, who have made board placed on the railway station

toned" with it. The machine is said to of the largest congregations for train. The fish industry here increasesthe considerable improvements both inside which will hereafter announce when the

be the most perfect that has been pro- some time past, at St. Gabriel's Episcopal business of the Express Company and outside the hotel. We have no incoming trains are on time, or give the'

Church, was that of Sunday morninglast to a wonderful extent.v However, the doubt this noted hotel will be largely time they are late.

aced.Owing to a delay on her return trip when the Rev. A. T. Sharpe deliver Express Company are doing a good busi- patronized during the coming season -Mr. Walter Hawkins, Passenger i

from Jupiter last Saturday the steamer ed one of his usual eloquent sermons. ness both ways just, now, for many are -Captain Mercier has the sincere sympathy Agent for the E. T. V. &'G. Railway '

Georgian did not start down on sched- Both morning and evening his sermons the Christmas packages arriving daily, of his many Titusyille friends in arriyed in town'Tuesday evening, from a .
were listened to with marked attention.Mr. among which are numerous jugs from trip to Jupiter and returned to Jackson-
ule time Sunday, but left her dock Mon- his late bereavement-the death. of his ,
,day morning with a large load of freightand D. S. Hutchinson, of Yardville, the one gallon size up to three and five. wife. Mrs. Mercier was taken sick at ville yesterday. The line he represents *

a number of passengers for the lower N. J., expects to leave for Titusville to- -Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Shares, Messrs.H. this place about two weeks ago, since is the shortest line and makes: the quick- .

river day, probably arriving in town Saturday R. and Paul Shares, and the Misses which time she failed to improve, her est time to all points in the nJkh and i

-A new piano was placed in Indian evening. The arrival of ?Hutchinson Sylvia and Alice Shares arrived in townon death occurring at Melbourne last Satur- west, and is a favorite route with the .

Bir r hotel last Saturday, and in the will be the signal for work to recommence Friday evening's train, having come day. The funeral was held Tuesday traveling public.Mr. .

evening quite a number of young folks on the Indian River Hotel, and from Cuba. The weather, at that place, morning at Cocoa. I Charles Magruder arrived' in

spent tome pleasant hours with music its completion may now be looked for at they remarked, was charmingmuchwarmer -We wish to draw the attention of town Tuesday afternoon from Green

and dancing The anoba square, an early date. than on Indian River. But they our readers to Mr. E. L. Brady's new ad. 'Cove Springs, where he has been located *

made by the New England Piano Co., of -Mr. J. G. Grant and wife arrived arrived just as we were receiving a "c01dsnap" Our enterprising storekeeper likes to I the past few months superintending :{

here from North Carolina on Monday from the north, which partly accounted keep up with the times, for when he receives high as twenty-five laborers in. the sawmill .
Boston.Mr. for the marked difference in
Jeaso Burtz, brother of Mrs. J. evening's train, and left Tuesday on a They took the steamer for a supply of new goods he goes this o I business. He returned: to his home

El Ender, was on a visit to his sister and visit to Mr. Wolff, at Pace's Landing. temperature. the desk and writesout'his advertisement,I at Brantley yesterday, to see how his
her family Sunday. Jesse is from Pa"ktbwhere Dame Rumor says they are on their Rockledge Saturday, returning same Sun- remembering Lord Macaulay's old motto,, place is getting along, as there was a fire
and left for St.
be is one of the publishersof wedding tour and were married about a evening, Augustine "that, advertising is to business whatsteam in that section a few days ago which '

the Palatka Daily Time He is de- week or so ago. They returned to town day morning. is to machinery-the grand propelling burned some of his orange trees. '

Toted to the art of printing having made yesterday, and w.ay spend tho winter -Mr. W. B. Barnett, president of .the power." See his ad. on page 8. -The Christmas tree for the Episcopal
National Bank of Jacksonville arrived
rapid strides in the trade within a few here. -Quite a number private residencesand Sunday School will be held Christmas '
here last night. Mr. Barnett will be one
jean. -We are asked to state that all county a few business houses were drapedin night instead of Christmas Eve as was
of the directors of the newly organized
started and individual exhibits addressed to mourning Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday stated in last and Mr. informs
-Mr. P. Koller, of Micco, Indian River State Bank, and is here our Sharpe *
down week "Director-General Exposition this week, in honor of :Mr. Jefferson that the service
Sub-Tropical
the river from this place last : us -consisting of
for the of to preliminary -
attending
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with his sloop, the Etta, of the Narrows, Jacksonville, Florida," will be arrangements purpose to that end. The new Davis, the leader of the Confederacy, carols prayers and reading-will be held

loaded with furniture and other freight, transported free by all lines in this State. Bank was organized this morning by electing who died last Friday morning., and memorial at the church first, in the evening, after

but was forced to return on account,of It may be needless for us to draw the at- the following directors: W. B. Bar- services were held at the Court which all will adjourn to the Christmas .
readers to the importance House at eleven o'clock yesterday morn hall in Mrs. M. E. Titus'
leaking upper seams of the boat, which tention of our great building on
J. H. Durkee of Jacksonville and
nett, ,
- necessitated constant pumping to keep of having entries made as earlyas ing, which were quite largely attend d. Washington ave., where die tree will be
James Pritchard and W.
W. S. Graham
,
from ainking.Mr. possible, but we do so in the event of Rev. A. T. Sharpe, Col. D. L. Gauldenand placed and the presents distributed.Last .
M. Brown, of this place. James Pritch-
Mr. E. H. Scott made the addresses.Mr. .
W. 8. Norwood has accepted a the fact slipping their memories.As ard will be president; W. B. Barnett, Sunday morning a difficulty
G.B. has had the
Rumph porch,
petition with the Indian River Steamboat we learn that the excellent bandof vice-president, and W. M. Brown, cashier occurred between some negroes at,Mims
? in front of his store on Main street, ex-
Gaaptny, attending to the work hereto- the Hotel Indian River will not arrive The capital stock of $25,000 is fully while on the railroad track near the
tended around the of his buildingon
corner
few done by Mr. Carl Curtiss. We learn until about the 15th of January, it can paid in. station. Two negroes, named Houstonand
and has' also
&*t our genial friend Carl will soon hold not be engaged for a ball on New Year's -Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Render, of Greenville made Washington show-window avenue, that Woods were quarreling about a revolver -

, *position in the offices of the railroad Eve. This is rather to be ,regretted, as Georgia, arrived here Saturdaylast ner, giving an angle him a splendid opportunityof on cor- that Houston had that belongedto

tt&pany at Jacksonville as assistant to the orchestra for this hotel is always good, on a pleasure trip of a few days.It displaying his goods. He has also just Woods, when Houston fired at him
Mr.Ackerly, the passenger agent.Mr. and would be a musical treat to the in- was supposed they were on their with a 38-calibre revolver, the first two i
received a new stock of furniture, bedding -
W. M, Merwin and wife and Mrs. habitants of Titusville and neighborhoodthat "honeymoon," but those who imaginedthat spring matresaes, etc., and will take shots missing Woods but the third lodging -
1[. they have seldom had before. It in his right arm just above the el.
P Gillett of Milford, Conn., arrived such was the case, labored under an pleasure in showing any intending pur-
kwe however be engaged later on, due. bow. Houston escaped at the time andis *
but Thursday evening to spend the may, erroneous impression, for upon inquirywe chaser any line of goods he keeps. He
+ noticQ of which will be given. Snow, probably, in another county..
ktr at Mr. Merwin'a Rockledge home. found they had been married about has discontinued millinery and dress
*r.Henrin said the only'fAult be could -According to announcement the seven months. On Monday they made a making-filling the department recentlyused Dr.! Holmes, of City Point probed for *

- fc* with the STAR 'was. that it did not reading club met Thursday evening last, trip to the Haulover, accompanied by for that purpose with a full line of the bullet, )Monday, ,and found it, andWoods -.
SIT e the State Wilbur Mrs. Render's brother Mr. T. McGehee, shoes. is doing as well as can be expected '
much to say about except at the residence of Rev. Sidney .. i .
..... River.. Ve acknowledge the fault, and on Monday evening at Mrs. Robbins' and Messrs.W. Lud. Lake and
**oar paper la, strictly speaking, a localsee who was elected president Thursday bdrn, from Memphis, Tenn., and managed of Anderson St. Augustine-who, took a trip in, the with Tarpon,Dr. ,A as, i i Card.l '',, r""'. <

last., ,The book that is now being to "hook in" sufficient fish to have a far as New River, about three weeks I Editor Florida Star: \

Wbenthe evening train arrived last read is Edward Bellamy's "Looking fish-fry, as well as tor supply the wants of ago-has purchased, the steamer Rock- Will you please state that, while we

****Uy a great many of our citizens Backward." ,This author ,has recently some of the guests of the Indian River ledge from the Indian River Steamboat cannot account for the burning of, our. i
** ulte another on the phonographic Hotel. They report having enjoyed a Company and will moor her at Indian residence and property nt City Point and
J % surprised to see our town mar- produced work River inlet the coming winter season as a
-tXt CC\Vith the pleasant day's outing. Mr. Ed. I cannot think it was occasioned by negect -
John Myers return from Jack- age eptitled Eyes very floating hotel. Already men are at work
*euIe with his bride, Miss Clara B. Shut" This fanciful sketch will, also, Titus' sloop Magic, was engaged for the removing the machinery and boiler,after I or carelessness on our part, neither,
t1k. pf Ohio.' They were married we have no doubt, have. its charms forth trip. Mr. and Mrs. Render and Mr. which she will, be towed to her winter' Mrs. Norwood or I share in the belief.
McGehee-who started for home quarters. A number of new staterooms it' and this has been
yesterilityhope' that was incendiary .
he\lOnUle readers who admire Edward 1 ,
last Wednesday by Rev. j of our: .
in
to have better luck on.their will be added, making: about thirty '
from the first.
'D. Filae. The happy couple have our Bel1 mT qew style of literature. The next fishing expedition to the Haulover. all. The boat will be ready for tourists our position ;;

wlsiies lor their future. prosperity pext meeting will, take place to-morrow I Mr.Theo. vvashbig-n'caught a trout that about the first to tbq middle of next Ii Yours truly, .:
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.Ia... evening. weighed nearly 121bs. j$>, month. t Ii. ,4', .. ;r. CL NORWOOBu /

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; ago his first wife died. Ina short"time distance a and wire not hurt. The loss SlOe Reward.

afterwards he created sensation by to the railroad is a passenger' coach and The readers of the STAB will be pleased {

GYCLONE S'VEPT' eloping with 4-year-old :Miss Winter. twelve box cars, half 01 them loaded. to learn that there is at least one dreaded it tsii

This led to a lawsuit between Trippe and Tha insurance cannot be had Trntft the disease that science lids been able to cure

his wife's father, he endeavoring to secure way-bills are checked. The goods in the in all its stages, and that is Catarrh.
some of CoL Winter's money. He cars were scattered to a great distance, Hall's Catarrh Cure la the only positivecure

was beaten in this suit,and has done and the explosion was regarded by people know to the medical fraternity. -0J. -
Beanfort County, N. O, Visited sY scarcely anything since then. I who felt the concussion,and who did Catarrh being a constitutional disease,
not hear the sound as an earthquake.
DestrnetiYe Storm. constitutional treatmentHairs
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Fell Under the Can. Several buildings in the city were dam- requires
s.
Catarrh Cure is taken internally &
HOFKLVSVILLB, Ky., Dec. 4.EdwardE. I aged, and much.glass in the vicinity was directly the blood and
acting upon
Thomas brakeman on the Louisville broken. .
a
Nine Persons Reported Killed mucus surfaces of the system, thereby ,
and Nashville railroad, fell from the top
,T -,. and Many Injured. of a moving freight train at this place at An Old Man's Rights.FLEMDfGSBURQ destroying the foundation o;(

an early hour Sunday morning, and received Ky., Dec. 4. The the disease and giving the patient FORWARDING
injuries from which he died county court last summer took away the strength by building np the constitution
Large Tree Tarried Hundred of Yard shortly afterward. His body was taken' property of Robert Couser, aged 83, andy and assisting natnre in doing its work. ;::>

'By tbe Force of the Wind-Cotton to his home at Pembroke. rich, and appointed a trustee who The proprietors have so much faith in

a Field Swept Clean-Many Farm House sold all his personalty. Cbuser, it was i its curative powers that they offer One

and Building Destroyed-An Entire FRANCE AND BRAZIL alleged, had squandered 75,000 on a I Hundred Dollars forany that itfailsto AND COHISSIOXMERCHANTS
female acquaintance in two years in a cur Send for list of testimonials.
Family Whirled to Their Death. Instruction Sent By the Former to Her parfectly virtuous way. Friday evening I

CHABLOTTE.:. N. C., Dec. 4.-A ter Bepreentatirett the circuit court decided that the whole AddressF..J. CHEXT & Co.. Toledo O. II I;

rible cyclone, carrying death and destruction PARIS, Dec 6.-In the chamber of proceedings were illegal and void from Kg Sold by druggists, 75e. 29. I>

upon its wings, swept over a deputies M. Hubbard asked for informa- the beginning, and the county judge is ,._

portion of Beauford county Thursday. tion regarding the attitude of France liable on his official bond for all damages Are you made miserable by indigestion. Consti.patron.
t Dmness. Loss of appetite, Yellow Skin!
i '. Reports as far as received show that nine toward the new Brazilian government. resulting. bhiloh's Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick ,

persons were killed by it, and that more M. Spoiler, minister of foreign affairs, Crime of a Minl.ier'* Wife. son k Grey, Htnanlle, Fls.Rheumatism .

I than twenty were injured. replied that cable dispatches received KAULMAZOO, Mich., Dec 6.-Mrs. C. T1TUSVILLE

The storm started in the upper or from the French charge d'affairs at Rio P. Mills wife of the Episcopal rector and Catarrh. FLORIDA

{ northern portion of the county, and carried Janeiro showed that order had not been here, administered morphine to her one- Rheumatism and catarrh are both blood
disturbed that the had been year-old child Monday and then cut her -:0-
everything before it, cutting a republic I diseases. In many cases they have yielded -
proclaimed quietly in the provinces, and own throat in four places. No cause is to treatment with B. B. B. (Botanic
wide timber
and swath half a farms mile with through debris. that the provisional government promised assigned for the'rash act. as her home Blood Balm), made by Blood Balm Co., U-r., .WE WANT ,1
ir strewing Large bright and The mother and
to nrotect all interests and respect was happy.
Atlanta Ga. Write for book of convincing
oaks were uprooted and carried hundreds all em- child are yet living:but cannot -
engagements entered into by the recover.ANOTHER THE CONFIDENCE OF
Sent free. THE
I of yarns by the wind, and cotton ----- -- proofs. KOHL sit
fields were swept clean, not even a stalkor pire.M.. REVOLUTION Y.. P. Dodge. Atlanta Ga., says: "My
Spuller further said that after__the
wife had catarrh and did her
root being left. Farm houses were nothing any WE
provisional government had placed itself from South America This WANT
Reported -
Her constitution tailed and
blown to atoms, and the inmates in good. finally
in
man instances had narrow escape fromdeath. the French diplomatic authorities communication he had instructedthe Time in Para So Bloodshed. poison got into her blood. I placed her You to be sure to Come and See Us .N

A NEW YORK, Dec 7.-The steamer Por- on a use of B. B. B.. and to my surpriseher When
French to continue the you come to ton
agent
same
EntlrtfFamily Killed. good relations with-the republic that had tuenze from Para, Nov. 21, brings pa- recovery was rapid and complete."

Farmer Wesley Edwards heard the been maintained with the empire. The pers describing the revolution in Para. W. P. McDauiel. Atlanta. Ga., writes: WE WANT .

+rr roar of the cyclone in the distance, and provisional government had received this When news was received there o* the "I was much emaciated and had rheu-
caned his family into the house. The decision with great satisfaction.No revolution at Rio Janeiro a committeeof matism so bad I could not get along To Talk to You.

family ccxeristed of husband, wife and official notifications had as yet been army officers awaited upon Senor without crutches, I also had neuralgia

four children. The eldest Miss Ellen, made on either side. The new govern- Albuquerque, provisional president, in the head. First class physicians did] WE WANTTo .
and invited him The me no good. Then 1 tried B. B. B.. and i
-was to have been married Thursday to ment was probably awaiting the assembling to resign. presi-
a neighboring farmer. When they saw of the chamber before officially notifying dent declared that he could not honorably its effects were magical. I cheerfully recommend Work With You.

thai the cyclone was moving directly to- foreign powers of the establish- do so. He suggested that the movement it as a good tonic and quick
ward the house the members of the family ment of the republic. should be deferred until the whole cure." WE WANTTo

sought safety in flight, but it was Duc De Nemours has been informedby country was heard from. The reply was Mrs. .Matilda Xichols, Knoxville Post You on the Market

then too late. telegraph that the ex.Emperor of that the revolution was an accomplished Tenn., writes: *'1 had catarrh six years

The storm was upon them, and the Brazil will land at Lisbon on the 9th of fact and that force would be used if and a most distressing cough and my WE WANTTo K p

house and outbuildings were swept away this month. Count De Rianceywill rep- necessary. The president adhered to his eyes were much swollen. Five bottles of

like chaff. Father, mother and children present the duke on the arrival of the position. The committee retired. B. B. B., thank God! cured me." Ship For You and See to Your Sap-

were lifted high by the whirling wind imperial family.No The president called on the head of the John M. M.Davis.Tyler TeL, writes: ments here. let
and then dropped back to earth dead, army and chief of police for support: but fcI was subject a number of to
500 yards further Edwards' Revolutionary Feeling in PortugaLLJSooN while those officials responded years
,
body
away. person spells of intlamatory rheumatism which .
was found impaled on a limb of a fallen Dec. 6.-It is semi-officially the army and police force declined to six bottles of B. B. B., thank heaven. WE WANT .
tree his wife's found b '. denied that there is any agitation obey. A few hours later several
body was near } army has entirely cured. 1 have not felt the To either Buy or Handle most of the
Portugal arising from the revolution in
The children had been carried some distance and police regiments appeared before "
Brazil, looking to the establishment of slightest pain since. 29 Fruit and Produce of this section
further, and their bodies were terribly a the palace and demanded its surrender.The .
mutilatedk Mrs. Edwards' cloth- republic. The papers making the an- president then announced his retire- For Dyspepsia of the country.
and LiTer
Complaint hare
e ing had been completely torn from her, nouncement says that the Republican ment under protest and left the palace.Dr. printed guarantee on every bottle of Saiioh's you Vitalizer a-

and a heavy tree had fallen across her groups in this city and Oporto confine Justo Chermont, the army nominee, It never fails ,to cure. Sold by Dicksou &: WE WANT
their, actions to a theoretical propa- was declared president. Grey Titaaville, Fla.

.body.la the Tillage of Washington ganda. The Monarchist press consider The Liberal newspaper organs declare w You to Know, if we cannot Boy Your i
the government too tolerant even in this that while the revolution and A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh'
Near was illegal Products We Can Ship it for You.
the of
t :village Washington Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold by Dickson ,
storm struck a wooden-plate factory, respect.NEW was a military and not a popular move- Jt: Grey Titusriile,Fla.
ment, they deem it their duty to ,
where many hands were employed. ELECTRIC WRINKLE.A support WE WANT
: The noise 'of the machinery and the the new government and avoid 'blOOd- "Hackmetack," a lasting and fra rent perfume.
Jersey Inventor Who Claims Novel shed. The Liberals have reorganized Pricv 25 and 50 cents. Sold by Dicksoo & Grey You
puffing of the engine prevented the Titusnllc Fla. to_help us to make Titttsrilka
Railway Motor. under the name of the Democratic i
workmen from party.
hearing the approach of
distributing point for the Productsof
the cyclone until it was upon them. The NEW YORK, Dec. 5.-Henry W. Smith, The Conservative party has also announced 1: 7"'JIL: !I1a1 -

factory collapsed like a house of cards, a Newark inventor has constructed an its adhesion to the republic.The AS..a H A PAW BE CURED. the river;and sell our a
l
and Joseph Emerson and Thomas Collins .electric railway on one of the wharves of to new the government issued the a proclamation afflicted. I DB.z TAFr AtrialbottJeBratFreeioanyone BRO.,Rochester: ,. .Y. Products here. : }r
were struck by flying timbers and that city to demonstrate the principle in army declaring republic 4s
instantly killed. A dozen others, whose electric established. No violence of any kind WE WANT
propulsion. It not only does had InaTEDk".TOasrtoodsD -
occurred
Nov.
to 21.
cannot be learned, up SALESMEN r a
names injured
were badly with
overland wires but with
away : continuous a $ :
and some will die. The factory currents as welL It is a conduit WHERE IS PARNELL liuus> .adrean u+ds W a bs t v In fact to save you money, and can doit 1I

was swept entirely away, nothing being system, but the conduit is without a -'....tt. >llIevlDebthwarW.l.DIen&lalar7p 1srNw.e.l 1idftnI AI...L".IIrW'aC'No .'. if you will help us. -I
left to mark the spot where it stood slot, and is practicall water-tight and I Said to Hare Disappeared Several Weeks Iama .r..f"f eo..Qicap. at a

except a few of the foundation stones. airtight.To Ago-The Report Denied.
WE WANT
.
Young Girl Missing. keep it dry a Mower or exhaust fan t LoDee.. ..-The St. James Ga- OUR UTTJLEOXES

About a mile further the cyclone overtook will keep air constantly circulating zette says that Parnell disappeared sev- and the NURSERY: You to know we 'are head-quarters ler

Miss Mattie Cleve, a young girl, through it The conduit is placed eral weeks ago, and since then has not 36 BROMFIELD ST., Vegetables, Crates etc.
who was returning from a visit to a midway between the rails and in the been heard from. His whereabouts is a Boston, Mass.
neighbor's. She was whirled up into the full size model it is made of wood mystery, and his prolonged absence The mod handsome ad brat
air and is to have with a series of heavy brass plates magnrlna for cbildrea ever WE WANT
supposed perished. on top. causes much trouble to his adherents. paMisbed. *LSO a year;ttairl*
Her bodjpias not been found. In the bottom of the conduit is a copper The-GazettE' says that though it has tlue eopiea.months IS eta.tor Iic.Seat: A oa..mple trUl To Sell you your Orange Boles il

Damage Placed' at S3O.OOO. strip insulated from the conduit. The been Mr. Parnell's custom to occasionally and Praniom Us
brass strips forming the cover of the con- any dreae on receipt of aaswo. OI'3DeYraps, and will do it if joa
leis The cyclone was beyond doubt the seclude himself, his period of retire- cent stamp
most destructive known' in this state. duit are four or five feet in length, and ment has this time been longer than will come to see us.

The total damage cannot yet be esti- are rubbed by copper brushes, which usual. He has even failed to keep a GR.1TEFCLCOJIFORTIXG.EPPS'S .

mated, but it will, ,exceed $30,000.A conduct the current to the'motor in the number of important engagements, WE WANT

car.There among which was one to meet Mr. COCOA.
MOUNTAIN OF FLESH. is no flow of current outside of Gladstone. You to know that we are Agents for i&$
the conduit except directly under the - '-I
Burial of an Ohio Roman Who Tipped car. Elsewhere the current is flowing Discredited. imEAKFAST. Ocala Rock Lime and will famish

4 the Beam at 7OO.WAVTBLY peacefully along the copper rod in the DETROIT, Mich., Dec. 7.-COL Atkinson -I "By a thorough knowledge of the natural h,,* it low down. '

0., Dec. 6.-Reports have bottom 01 the conduit. Connection be- who recently returned from Ireland which g vern the operations of digestion and nutrition -

reached here of the. death of Elizabeth tween the copper rod and brass plates is discredited the report that Parnellis and of bj weK--elttM a crefol application Cocoa 31r of the fine baa properties WE WANTYou

: Oxokernous, a wonderful specimen formed by permanent magnets preceding missing. and says he has seen letters vided onr brrakfx tables with a delica Epps Jy.hTor-pro-
of the brushes under the car. These mag- from Mr. Parnell, written on Nov. 22, ed beverage wbkh real save us many heavy doctors' to know that we born our on
'. obesity, living near Arkoe, a small nets pick up successive pallets or leversin from a small town in which he was rest- bills. It is by the judicious use of such arti-
village in the extreme des of diet Oyster-Shell Lime and, of come.can .
western part oft the conduit and the pallets form con- ing. built that a constitution may be gradually tJ..
the county. Her weight. when in tact between the rod and the plates.As ency to up disease.until strong Hundreds enough of to subtle resist maladies every tend give you bottom prices. '7
NINETEEN DROWNED.An are
a normal condition of health, was soon as the car passes one of the floating around us. ready attack wfiererer there

Y nearly 600 pounds, but during her strips the levers drop by their weight American Vessel Wrecked Off the is by a weak point We may escape man a fatal shaft WE WANT

l' last ,illui,"ss, caused by a dropsical and break circuit in the conduit. One of Coast of Japan. and keeping a properly ourselves well fortified"with pure Hood .

pomplafnt, it increased enormously, and the rails is used to form the other half SAX FRANCiScO, Dec. 5.-The steam- GUE'tte. :Made nourished simply With frame boiling-water Cinl or Service mist You to know that we handle Ccs> 4

( she tipped the beam at 700 pounds. of the metallic circuit as in overhead ship Gaelic which arrived sold onlr. in ban-pound tins,br Grocers labelled and Planter Hair.
from China thns
Before this sickness it svstems. Mr. Smiths : JA3IE EIT &
was impossible for model car carries and CO., Homoepathic
six Japan Sunday, brings news that the Chemi'U", London, England. I
her to through with 24-41.
an rapidly
. pass ordinary door persons a current meas- American
and when her remains uring volts. ship Cheeseboroush was WEY.'tT
removed A
were seventy practical road is
from the house it became necessary to to be put down in one of the suburbs of wrecked Oct. SO by running on the rocksof LOADED DIC t t-Wy.1Ua1.(-hIl-m...m""lb a.p, i !
To that we
tear out the doors and considerable of Newark. Slichi-Ri-Hama and nineteen of the (;) r.r; -a--p I-.y.14. a' .e chi..d 6tdppes "m., I impress upon your minds
.:
: .
the surrounding walls before crew drowned. The vessel was bound fr. rbcr 6.n&iratu.assstic.r.o. represent
an
: egress
t could be mad:. Two hundred feet of THE BARNARD BOYS. from Hokodate too Francisco with a TbompsoH & Edirartif

lumber were used in framing the box in None of Them Will Be Hanged for the cargo of sulphur.four Out of the crew of The 7y HINDERCORNS.sore Care for Coma Stop all pain Lnru of
twenty-three were saved. Chicago,
which the coffin "Vas tbefeetiic.a&Dr
f' incased and the g tm Hn ui.tco.j1.T.
Murder
coffin itself ,measured six feet three of Hen. Sutton. The'Cheeseborough was struck by the _& The )largest manufacturers of Yert -
inches in length three feet in and NASHVILLE, Dec. 5.Big John, Anderson gale and driven on the rocky shore. The &r CONSUMPTIVE
depth hers C'OD..wtJr
in the
HaT@ and
and Clinton YOQ. oufi. it onctuttR west keep
r four Barnard will in a few waves were so great that they swept Aethm. in3je at Lae:
; was feet wide. Sixteen PARKE
nearly 'S
:,. were required as pall-bearers. Owing men to days walk out of the Tennessee peniten- clean over her decks, and the crew were the trosoa...etc fecave* &W QINQER+tneb tr.u.dd TONIC 7 fur all Is Liz b&aeund ar1.ina.ou on hand the- folloW DPl"bmds of t&ek

her dislike for strangers and even immediate tiary free to return to their mountain forced into the rigging, where they ntu.-uion. Z&.keiA tuDe. :iuc.&D4> Goods:

neighbors, but few persons were home. Their case has attracted attention -i I nearly perished with cold. After two CHICHESTER'S World of Good Tree
ENGLISH for
hours Orange
the masts fell and all ,
,
.permitted.to see her, and the knowledge all over the south. There five were
were
thrown into the raging sea. The major- KHHlfROYAL MILS. World of Good for Trucker J
that Pike had
county: such a remarkable Barnard boys under sentence of death ,
; "t personage within its borders was confined for the murder of Hen. Sutton and the ity were drowned in a few minutes, Bad Croat Diamond. Brand. Pure, fine Ground Bone. -
only those who grasped wreckage .... & pafcr lc. *.fe..4
to the immediate vicinity in which supreme court had :roved the being $ukat.: .&tar DU-
'
; up' sentence able to float. .... -....twuwaa Blood, Bone and Potash.
she lived. +tiwri .
She was about 45 years of. age but a few days a'o Governor Tay- wu.."- .. T ak.a..tie,.!\a4.a.
and had been married but had lor I \ t sad -lWIerr.. Chicago Bone MeaL
separated granted absolute pardon to two of INCENDIARY LYNCHED.Joe idS ..,....'7..u. SlWHr.
from her husband. them and commuted the sentences of DIM.a.--1 1Ks.i.. trio,i'>
Big John, Anderson and Clinton to a few Vermilion, Maryland Barn Burned
HE PULLED'THE TRIGGER. in the Hanged by a Mob.
years _feJl tentiary. These three J'
-Jodge Robert B. Trlppe, of Atlanta, arrived here Saturday and donned the UPPER MARLBORO,)!d.,Dec. 4.-About WE WANT .

Blow Out His Hrabu. prison garb. But Qpvernor Taylor has 2:30 Monday morning a band of masked r You to know we keep oo band
reconsidered the men came to the jail, : ,1. '"
matter, and now announces overpowered the I [:
4 ATLANTA, Ga, Dec. 4.-"And I intend that he will grant absolute par- keeper and broke open the cell of Joe 4'tosS Sulphate. Potash, .

:: to pull the trigger day;" Judge dons to Big John,Anderson and Clinton, Vermilion took him out and hanged him l'i' Land Plaster,

Robert B. Trippe was in the habit of say so all five wile go scot free. Two mem- on the bridge leading to this village. VQ' .Canada- W. Ashes ,jI
fag to bit friends as he placed a ,little bers of the supreme court and 1,000 citizens The cause of the lynching waf the %h >

-double-barreled derringer against his had petitioned and written for the burning by an incendivy of several barns
forehead. Friday he did pull the trigger pardon of aIL Big John, who did the on the eight of NOT.28 in Prince George c.. \y Cotton Seed Hesl

and scattered his brains over his office shooting, is a single man, and the other county. The ndiarism was due to a >> ( .
WalL "- two are married desire for revenge ,by Joe Vermilion,. .V a, o .. WE WANT

Trippe was a young- man, apparently Carload of powder Exploded by a Fire. night whose before father by had a number been maltreated of men. the All l'V 4 x g os dtio o o J1... You to Give Us a Trial on emte..*&
S5 of His home l yfi
yeara age. was former VICKSEUBO Miss, Dec. 6. At 1:45 of the Vermilion,boys were arrested on '
ly at 'CarteraviUe, and his father was Monday morning a fire broke'out in the the charge of arson, bat John told the \ 4' 4'l" : qj WE WAST .
Judge Trippe before him. When but 25 carsheas '' t 'oca 09' :
of &e Alabama -.,
: and officers that
Vicksburg Joe was the of all the *
young Tnppe was made judge,of the cause .: +'Q{ .. To merit jour patronage by fag
railway: and got to a lot of loaded freightcars trouble, and that he fired the barns. His .b ,
"'w .
to city come court to at Atlanta Cartersville.' giving that up in transit to the YicksbiBg, Shreveport brothers tried to dissuade him from it, J-.V'. honest dealings, and we maD b',
as assistant United and Pacific "
railroad, which were but he followed his own impulses. V a q .
Utates district under TRY t8.
attorney orb
Judge Big- +
standing on a side track. One of these .
ley Siaoe then N Ma been practicing contained fireworks and over 100 Why wfll you cough when 8J Joh".Cure will Rive .1 ? 1 .
law without; much saecess. poundsof Immediate relief? Price 10 eta 5Q eta and $L Sold I -. -:0;-
e .fi'
powder, and. a terrific explosion \
4 followed b7 Dkboa*Gle7.TttuavWe J"Ja. .
This combined with,a. severe case oftMhma which shook house in'the ,.if '._ 9i ... Jtespect&Ur.J.S.
made her despondent and led to city. every ShDoh. Core win immediately relieve Croup. J: .
Owing to the ,intense .
heat the TOrotfoff 'Oe.7O; ... .
ugh and Bnmchiti .
.hi3 iris o Jil SeT Sold br Dickson /'O". .0: "
yft firemen and bystanders were at a safe ,*G nt,\Atasitte J1a. "- 'QI "ro,g
t ''''' t WATSON

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_ &; ; THE_ FLORIDA 'STAR, THURSDAY 4 DEC. 12. 1889. lit

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MISTER DOUQLASslgNUBgEDresident an atrocious assault I"FJorence-SwaIn, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Sheriff's Sale,. CARDS.
aged 10 in July. :
of Hayti, Who Wanted THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, Under and by virtue of an execution issued GEO&G2 iL ROBBI58, WAXTXB R. GRAHAM.Secy. .
..,. .e a White HaD Bent. *" .Great 'Chanfe Combine.ST. 'Bruise SoreS? Ulcers, Salt Rheum.. Fe- out of the Circuit Court for the 7th President Brer rdAtotnct .'BreTtrd Abstract .

You, 'Dec. a.-The IVorld's Louis, Dec. 5.A: monster combination ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilblaIns Judicial Circuit! of Florida, for Brevard Co. Co. .

Bpedal that Minister of the live Stox Exchanges of St. ,, Corns and all.Skin Eruptions, county, upon a judgment lately recoveredin ROBBINS & GRAHAM, .
1FI M Ingtou has says been snubbed Louis, Kansas City, Chicago? and Omaha and positively cures Piles or no pay re said court by W. H.Macomber,plaintiff

"..Douglass by is now in process of formation at Chicago. quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect against Geo. Altree, defendant, to be satis- ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, f'
plmt Hippolyte, of Hayti, :who is In each city: the Live Stock Exchange satisfaction, or money refunded. Price fied out of the lands and tenements, goods .
1d because the United States regulates values and settles disputes 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & and chattels of the said George Altree. I P. O. Box 250, TITUSVILLE Brevard Co., Florid '
Seventh
Will in all the onutie of the
does not send a white manJspresent between buyers and sellers} ship .Grey. 1019. have levied upon and will sell at public Circuit practice and In the Supreme Court Special facilities "

to It. The sending of a black pers and railroads, etc. By combining Advice to Mother outcry, in front of the Court-honse door, in for Examining and Perfecting Land ,Title ,\
dkht.flbe thejj forces and unitiap their interests Titusville in said the first Monday Correspondence solicited from Claimant and Heirs "
fe oonsidtred aa a avery Mrs.Wrttgt ow's Soomnro STWPabonld always county, on .J
-an Grant to Lose 12
chief reason for Hayti's markedfrlendahip strong organization can be made, be nael when children are cutting teeth. It re- in January, A. D. 1890, between the to Spanish Money :.,
toward France is that France which will control the ale of stock com- lieres the little rafEererat once;itproducea natural, hours of 11 and 3 the
quiet deep,and the little cherub awakes as'bright a. m, p. to., following TL.. GAULDEN, .
gad a nobleman of high rank as 'herMprese&tative. mand terms of the railroads and insure as a button." It is very pleasant taste. It described real estate, the same being the t

.. The coolness shown protection against bad bayers and dead soothes the childsoftensthegumasllaysallpain, property of George Altree, and describedas ,
beats. Forty delegates regulates bowels and is the beet known remedf ATTORNEYATLAWTitusville +
Srard Minister Douglass may interfere are presentCondensation for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or follows, to-wit: '
try the obtainment by the United of Interesting Items on other causes. Twenty-fire cents a bottle.Master's Lot four ((4) of Indian River City, in Florida.
l rvt .of&coaling station in Hayti. section 33, township 24 south, range 36 P 1
The dispatch asserts that Admiral Various Subjects.It Sale. east, in the county and state aforesaid. A. M. THRASHED .
gbcrardi has been ordered to Haytivith is generally believed that Secretary Under and by virtue.of a decree of JAMES E. BOWMAN, .

the Galena, bearing diplomatic in- Windom's plan for withdrawing deposits foreclosure and sale rendered by the Sheriff Brevard Co. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

motions, which it hopes will smooth from number the National of banks will. be to decreasethe Judge of the Circuit Court of the Sev- JAMES T. SANDERS, P. O. Box 20. SANFORD, FLA. ,.:

gfttfenover. depositories.The enth Judicial Circuit of Florida, sittingin Plain tift's Attorney Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh If
storm has been thoroughly severe on Circuit and Supreme Court. SALLEN ,
Ghcrardi Dears Xo Instructions. the great lakes. Chancery, at Chambers, fur the county -

WASHXXOTON, Dec. 5.-Bear Admiral The contents of safes and bank vaults of Brevard, dated December 3rd, A. Master's Sale. E. HEYSER,
.
Tftlker was at the navy department were found in good condition in the ashes at D. 1889, in a certain cause pending! in Under and by virtue of a final decree of

may, and received his final orders. Lynn, Mass. said court, wherein the Berkey and Gay foreclosure issuing out oi the Honorable

the squadron will sail for Europe on There were 240 McKay sole sewing machines Furniture Company is complainant and Circuit Court ol the Seventh Judicial Attoraey-aHaw and o aeaac cr. .
y in use at Lynn which bottomed 10-, Harriet P. Wilkinson et al are defend- Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for

Bear Admiral Gherardi in command 000,000 pair of shoes per annum. ants, I will sell at public outcry, accordin Brevard county, dated twenty-ninth day Lake Worth Dade County, Florida.
North Atlantic sailed The last act in of November A. D. lbS9 in a certain cause Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade
II of the squadron; taking testimony in the : to law, before the court-house doorin .' '
from New York, Monday, for a cruise Cronin case was the identification of the Titusville in said county of Brevard, therein pending, wherein Martha Ann County lands. I.

I along fee Atlantic coast, touching first knives found on Coughlin as the property of on the first Monday January, A. D. Judde, by her next friend, S. H. Ray, and & ATKINSON
I si Port-au-Prince, Hayti. It is deniedat : Dr. Cronin. State's Attorney Longenecker 1800 being the 6th day of said month, J. R. Judde, her husband, are complainants JONES t
that Rear Admiral his defendant. ,Ii'
and William Edwards is
the state department began Address R. -
during the legal hours of sale for cash '.
Gherardi carries instructions The weather is cold I will Master in Attorney s-at-Law :. any intensely in Mexico. the as Special Chancery, .
the highest bidder following described
in regard to the reported snub of Minister Several persons have died from exposure. to sell at public sale to the highest and best 1 .-
Douglass by President !lippol lyte, or The Johnstown relief fund of 1,000,000 is real estate, situate in the countyof bidder for cash, in front of the courthousedoor Titusville, Florida.* .'
visit of the to all Brevard and State of Florida, to wit: -
distributed.
that the sauadrofi Hayti in Titusville, Brevard county Florida, SANDERS 'jr
hit anything to do with this matter. Judge Anderson, of Salt Lake has de. Beginning at the section line between on the sixth day of January, A. D. 1890, J.T. '

tided that Mormons bound by the Endow- sections three and four, in township the same being the first Monday in the ...
WE WILL SHED NO TEARS. ment-house oath cannot become citizens.A twenty-five, south of range 36 east, at a month and a legal sale day, between the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ., ."..
conflict between the states of monument stone marked with Will practice in all the Courts of the. Seventh Judicial .
Tk.Utah Mormons Preparing to Pull Up Virginia square a legal hours of sale, all that certain lot or Circuit of Florida. t i,
Stakes for Canada. and Maryland seems imminent! consequenceof letter "W," thence :due east 1,850 feet, piece of land situate in Brevard county, P. O. Box. 243. TITCSVILLE, FLA. "::;,

Ont Dec. 4.Dr.. Allen Governor Jackson throwing open the wa- more or less, to Indian River, thence State of :Florida, to-wit: Beginning at the 11'', ,- ,
OTTIWJL ,
,
McLeod ters of Hog Island flats to dredgers. northerly along said river 200 feet, moreor northeast corner of the southeast quarter of ,.." ,-I
Fort
of customs at
collector Secretary Windom announces that 10 percent less, to the south line of a lot of landA. the northwest quarter of section four (4)), L OFFICE OF -
aorthwest territory, has arrived to submit of the government deposits in National L. and E. F. Hatch purchased of R. in township twenty-two ((22),south of range DENT ..

a scheme of a Mormon colony pro- banks will be withdrawn by Jan 15. The C. May, thence due west along said lineto thirty-five east, and run south five chains DR. L. T. DANIEL '

pcd by President Woodruff, the head bonds deposited for security will be pur- the section line above named, thence and forty links, thence go west seven chains ,
chased if desired. COCOA, ; FLORIDA.
h. The Mormon church has
cf the chut and links thence north five
due south along said section line 200 twenty-five ,
Six hundred Chinamen Will be at the Grand View Hotel. Titus on
purchased and paid $40,000 for 20- gathered at a joss
fast
miles of land house in New York and formed feet, more or less, to the place of begin- chains and forty links, thence east seven the First Monday in each Month fur one week or
thirty Sunday, a
000 or
acre
square chains and twenty-five links to the) pointof more. Patronage solicited,and an work guaranteed
fa one block at 8k, Mary's, seven miles laundry trust, which includes 2,000 wash- ning.Also Terms to be satisfactory- 11 *
from the present settlement of Cardston, houses of New York, Brooklyn and Jersey that certain piece or parcel of beginning, containing tour acres. .'

turned after Card, who was married toYoung's City. Prices will be raised 15 per cent. land, being a part of lot number three, cash.Witness D. L. DODSON, .
three southof my hand at Titusville, Florida, M. .
Brigham daughter. The Draughn-Hayes-French-Eversole feud section ,township twenty-five,
1
this second of December A. D. 1889.
In this new community a second Utah in Knott county, Ky., has grown. so lively range thirty-six east, commencing on day ,
J. H. ROLLINS
fa to be established, minus polygamy, that Judge Lilly has decided that on the the bank of Indian River at the divid- DENTIST, ;
.
fhfch! Woodruff assured Allen wouldn't whole it will save a large addition to tie ing line between lots three and four, Special Master in Chancery.BOBBINS TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA .

to practiced. He himself had obeyed docket in the way of murder cases if the thence west running along said dividingline & GRAIIAM, Aching teeth filled and und without destroying
the Edmunds law by dispensing with contemplated session of court in that country between lots three and four 1,852 33-5t Solicitors for Complainant. the nerves. Teeth with abcesses treated success
uteral wives retaining only one. Here is postponed, and has postponed it accordingly. fully. Roots crowned substantially. Plates of
: feef more or less, to the section line dividing Notice.To pure Para gum. Broken Plates mended. Badly
ther would bring,Woodrufsaidalltheir sections three and four, thence fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted pa1n1....
ash and movable property as a church Twelve Connecticut postmasters, arrestedfor all whom it concern: ly. Office on Washington arenue. S
north along said section line 418 and may .
from Utah, where the lawwOuldn" now selling,stamps on credit, were each fined I
Notice is that wife Le- I
$50 and costs. G4-100ths feet, thence east on a line par- hereby given my ,
permit them to hold property as a com F.
oheretta C. Field left bed and LEWIS
allel to the dividing line between lots having my J
munity. They have already brought One thousand Lynn vorkmen have registered ..
over 600 head of cattle and property on as out of work. Thirty-seven thou- three and four 1,580 feet to Indian River board without just cause and provocation, '

which Allen collected $8,000 duties. sand dollars have been contributed to relieve thence south along the margin of all parties are forbidden to harbor or trust CiTil Engineer and SurvEYOr, :< .

ADeD re)"I they will make splendid set- sufferers. said river 400 feet, more or less, to the her on my account, as I will not hereafterbe Titusville Fla. :{ ,.. "1
for debts contracted her. :
tlea. He has submitted a scheme to the By the action of the city council of Kansas place of beginning, containing thirteenacres responsible ALBEBT M. FIELD by *l "* '" '3T airirter of agriculture and it is quite City twenty-two square miles of territory more or less. ;.:"(
tab were added to the limits of Juno Dade Co., Fla., Nov., 1889. > B. BURCHFIELD,
certain that )Mormon is about to corporate Also the southeast quarter of south- t. .
more into Canada a body as a church. the city,, The absorption of this territorywill east quarter of section four, township '
I, Oar laws are not against such a movement add" V>the taxable property of the city twenty five south, range thirty-six east. master's Sale. COUNTY SURVEYOR::, :"'1.
about $15OaO,00 Also four hundred and eighteen feet '
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Orders by mail will receive as '' :
the ordinance law the of prompt'
a except signature closure and sale rendered by the Judge of .
FRIENDS OF THE DIRECT TAX BILL' Mayor Davenport, which will probably be I of the south end of the northeast quar- the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial attention as calls in person. '..:: '; .

HJll Make Another Effort to O.t the Bill affixed in a day or two. I. ter of the southeast quarter of said StC- Circuit of Florida, sitting in Chancery, at Address: Georgiana, Fla. 3.?
tion four township twenty-five south ,
A San Francisco used '
family a phonograph
Through the House. Chambers, for the county of Brevard,dated
to cheer their mother's illness, and range thirty-six east, the measurementto TA RUE P. ELY,
December 3rd A. D. 1889 in a certain .
W.uJU1GTON"Dec.The, .
correspondent
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also to preserve the tones of her voice after commence at the southeast corner of
in said
wherein the
of The Baltimore Sun sends the fol- cause pending court. t '
said described lot of land and
death last to go Berkey & Gay Furniture Company is complainant Public the State at
lowing to his paper. The friends of the KllraIn Notary for Large.
Jake has gone to Mississippi to north along the section line between
and Harriet P. Wilkinson et al. r.
direct tax bill are already the move, stand trial for his with Sullivan the 17th ,.:r.
upon fight sections three and four for a distance of are the defendants, I will sell at Justice of Peace, Dlst. .
lad they propose to make another effortto There is alleged crookedness in the weighing four hundred and eighteen feet, thence :w .
public out-cry, according to law, before CONTRACTOR & \UILDER .
path the bill through the house during of grain at Buffalo elevators. of mile thence south >
west one-quarter a the door of the Hotel Indian River, at of 30 ears' Natural s
over experience.
the present session of congress. Crimes and Catmltles. four hundred and eighteen feet to cor- Rockledge, in said county of Brevard, on finish
They claim that there will be no serious Michael Kennedy chopped his wife to ner between said lots of land herein described the First Monday in January, A. D. 1890, a specialty. .,

exposition to the measure in the senate, pieces with an ax at Syracuse N. Y. Both thence a quarter of a mile to being the 6th day of said month, at 4 Melbourne, Florida. < :.

lid they are counting upon a modification drunk. place of beginning.Also o'clock in the afternoon, for cash, to the .. :
of the rules of the house which may Miss Josie Welsh accidentally shot and the northwest quarter of the highest bidder, the following-described per- A. M. Hamilton & Co., .

prevent CoL Oates and.hIs band of "Spar- killed her betrothed at Elizabeth, Fa., northeast quarter of section twenty-one, sonal property, situate in the county of .. -

a from overruling will of the ma- while fooling with a pistoL township 21 south of range thirtyfiveeast ; Brevard and State of Florida, to-wit: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, ,
.Jertty, at was done in the last congress.At The David L. Dow, largest sailing vesselon it being a fractional lot on IndianUh'er All the furniture-hotel and kitchen- w, -
the gathering of Democratic mem- the lakes, was wrecked in Friday's storm ,
all the beds, bedding, linen and towel- Wholesale Dealers in
Ben in the capital st Friday: night, CoL near Chicago. Crew saved., but nearly containing twenty acres, more or ling, and all the moveable fixtures now in

Wee took occasion to consult some of dead. less.Also said Hotel Indian River of kind '
the
MI friends upon the subject, and they Charles Iliff was gorged to death by a bull a strip of land fourteen rods wide and description whatsoever,, or every so much Indian River Oysters :" a>
heray Va. facing on Indian River, commencing! at .:
Komiaed to stand by him in any fight near Hinton, W. thereof as nay be sufficient to satisfy said J
make upon the measure which is sofejifonftbe John Bright, lnianefa.rmer. near Gallatin, the southwest corner of lot four, sectiontwo decree and the cost of sale.
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< to hka. The colonel says Mo., cut big little son's head off and tried to township twenty-five south, of range D. L. GAULDEN FISH' .;

-Mil in excellent fighting trim, having kill several others. thirty-six east, and running due east Master fine rice.
'filet. the greater part of his summer va- Mix :Margaret Longstreet, colored, *of along south side of said lot to the east St. Clair-Abrams pw '# st

tttfon traveling! Europe. He declinesto Cincinnati, went to bed smoking a pipe and line of the same, and then due north Alex.Solicitor for complainant, 33 Green Turtle and Game :}
outline the of his burned to death.A ,
policy >> campaign was along the said line fourteen rods, and ,
$ *fast direct tax l teatlon, but says hew demented woman drowned herself and then due west parallel with the first masters' Sale. All orders will receive prompt and careful attention -z .
be prepared to meet the issue whenever baby in a well at Bloomington, 111. mentioned line to Indian River and ,whether by telegraph, ":.
the friends of the UM make it. A Minister's wife at Kalamazoo, Mich., Under and by virtue of a final decree of letter or person. 11
said river the of
administered morphine to her 1yearoldchild thence along to place sale and foreclosure rendered by the Hon

THE MONTANA MUDDLE. and then cut her own throat. beginning, being a strip of fourteen rods orable John D. Broome, Judge of the Cir- r

lath Parties Getting Tired-Talk of Two freight trains on the Chicago, Mil- wide north and south on said river, and cuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of I
waukee and St. Paul railroad collided in extending the same width to the east Florida, on the nineteenth day of Novem- j

Compromising. Chicago Firemen William Duer and John line of the above lot described, theme ber, A. D. 18 9, in a certain cause in ehan- ::i
QncKK, Dec. 6.-A Tribune special :Williams suffered crushed legs and in- supposed to be a fraction over eight cery pending in the circuit court of Brevard J"

from Helena, Mont, says: Both parties ternal injuries, and will probably die. acres, more or less. county and for the circuit aforesaid, wherein

are letting tired of the long deadlock, Allen J. Milner, while hunting near Hills Alsoall of lot one, section thirty-three, Martha Ann Judde and Samuel H. Ray, .

fe4 there was general talk.Tuesday boroO., was killed by the accidental discharge and lot one of section thirty-four, her next friend, and J. R. Judde, her husband -

isht ot a compromise, each party se- of a gun. township twenty-six south, of range are complainants, and Henry John-

one aenM<<. One combination William Hamilton fatally stabbed his thirty-seven east, situated on :Merritt's son is defendant, I will, as Special Masterin ..
d is Wi A. Dark and W. F. brother-in-law, Owen Curl, at South Bend, Island; one-sixth interest, as shown on Chancery, sell for cash to the highest FROM NEW. YOU QTT. ...
A. H. Hawk Dear Sir You PATZ2T
Mr. :
another B. Platt Carpenter and Jnt1fAnA plat from a survey made by; C. B. Ma- bidder, on Monday, the sixth day of Jan- EYE GLASSES received sometime since. and am .,
Ada
faerinla.. Tbe Irienda. of ,.Col.lUMers A woman tried to commit suicide at New. gruder,county surveyor Brevard coun- uary A. D. 1890, the same being"the first very much gratified at the wonderful chUftt that l' +
are opealr vb&ag this ticket ark, 0., by throwing herself in front of anengine ty, and recorded in the Clerk's office at Monday in the month and a legal sale day, has come over IDT eyesight since 1 haTe discarded t'
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the and am now weartn,0ft.
uni-
Hwmfteldaad fowex men old glasses
my
in front Of the court-house door in the town
Titusville in book of deeds A 679 ALlXAlCDU Aoas.
of the page ,
JJfa, Carpenter. The majority Foreign. and known on said plat as strips seven of Titusville, Brevard county, Florida, all Secretary Stationers Board of Trade.,' ":
ae,1OwePer i are not favorable Mr. Charles Bradlaugh departed from the following real estate to-wit: The north- All fitted at the Dm*Store Of '
b9irk. Many of th.ia'arefor Nagginfs, and eight, and more particularly) described 25 DIXON & GRAY. TITUSVILLE. 'LA. 3.
Bombay in pursuit of improved health. He line drawn west quarter (N. \\.1)) of the northeast
*1f commencing on a
r* a compromise is arranged they was bidden bon voyage by a large number (N. E.) 4 of the northwest quarter (N, W. I -
-be Hauser. from Banana River Indian true '
select to
more likely to River j FOR SALE
SEBASTIAN LANDS
''J\e Republican senators Tuesday friends, including many of his political oponentL east and west, twenty-nine chains and |) of section eight (8), in township twentyone ,

notified the Democratic sena- links north of township line ((21)),south of range thirty-five((35))east, in Lots '
offers for Sale
ninety-threcj The Subscriber ,
Henry M. Stanley has sold his forthcoming less and being ..
containing ten acres, more or
!!that they woald like to have a con- book outright to the Sampson Law Company dividing townships twenty-six and town- in Brevard county, Florida. to suit Purchasers, some %,.;
oe looking to the breaking of theiock. of Publishers for the sum 6f 40,000. ships twenty-seven,and runs north three *
Witness hand this 28th day of November .
In rile afternoon the Demo- my 500 Acres of Selected Portion :
It is stated that Maj.Wissman will be chains and thirty-five links, and thence A. D. 1889. ;_
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?!?senators 'held a caucus'and decid- to continuation true north (which the above-named Lands. = .
,"o adhere shortly sept on an expedition UsambaoX a con- JAMES SANDERS of -
to their policy of remaining Africa to matters in that territory.The stitutes strip number eight) chains "
from until thoc..Bow arrange seven Master in Chancery. -: : t
the senate
chamber
JJV case is wttled. They thento French railways during the six and sixty links to another line drawn BOBBINS & GRAHAM, Situated on> Sebastian Bay and Indian: '/

a Ppoint a committee and meet months' of the exposition earned 15000,000 east and west from high water in Ba- 33-5t Solicitors for Complainants. River "" "

rj* *tedby Ihe,Bepublicans, the two francs over the earnings during the corresponding nana River to high water in Indian River -. '.
of last AND ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR
JJjwily Investigate Tunnel precinct period year.A containing thirteen acres, more orlek A. L. Hatch & Son
dispatch to The London Standard from WINTER HOMES. f' -

Shanghai says it is believed that the Em Also lot number one section eight, DEALERS These Lands are in, the immediate. .:,
BlACK BRUT STRANGLED. perorof.chlna will accede to the petition mfavor '
township south of vicinity of the .
twenty-seven range T "
of the of foreign capitalin
4>-!aa,.. Ranged In South Carolina for the construction employment of Chinese railroads.Sir thirty-seven east,containing twentynineacres DRY GOODS NOTIONS FINEST FISHING, HUNTING,

_AssaaltTae a Little GIrL Morreli McKenzie, Emperor Fred- more or less, being a lot of land AND, SEA BATHINGTo

u OR, N. a, Des 4.-Matthews erick's English doctor, contemplates makinga conveyed by John Houston to "E. F. be found in the whole Indian *

.ed, was banged afElizabeth lecture tour of this country. Parham, lying and being in Eau Gallie, Hardware, Crocker, Saddlery, River Section and have also the adv .
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f dr In thepreseaoe of about BOO Personal. county of Brevard, State of Florida, or Stationery, Family Medicines vantage of Daily Communication by -,

::aI.ham only two were negrosesmade Ex-President Hayes is one among _the so much,thereof as may be sufficient to Garden Seeds, Steamers with all points north. ..
no confession and when probabj' appointees to the supreme courtvacancy satisfysaid decree and the costs of sale. Actual Settlers'and IPraTersnII be -

...: ne had anything to say he rv purchaser to pay, for titles. CHOICE GROCERIES, specially favored., .Correspondence. invited. -
leNo I want ft over M BOOH as Jefftrson Days condition is not improved. D. L. GAULDENt .
Address
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=- Company ,E, First regiment Minister Fred Douglass has been snubbed Master pro hoc nee. Hay, CerBKapes Fertfflsen.,

!Ilk a'' military grw.lyd. Bantg fell by President Hippolyte, of Hayti. He ALEX. ST. CLAIR ABRAMS. '. Frank,, H. Allen.,. Harwich. C.' ..

.. .. aad..eKedwitkout a struggle, waited a white man bp-p 1ited.. 33. Solicitor for Complainant. ,4 CITY POINT, FLORIDA. 28-3t. 'r
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4 THE' FLORIDA ''STAR THURSDAY, DEC. 12,. 1889. .
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: ':"THE FLORIDA. STAR..: DEATH OF JEFFERSON D4 VIS. Town Improvements. part of last week.. Cap Reed is slowly, in the Indian"River...Drug Store. EftrJ
sinking under that terrible disease, cancer. thing. Iovely was to be seen there
Editor Florida Star f
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Of the three; greatest men who figured
EVERY THURSDAY. He bears his ,sufferings with the grown folks as well as the little .
PUBLISHED in the recent war, viz: Lincoln, Grant A short time since our town was visit oa

ELLIS B. lAGERjior and Pnlttr and'Davis, the last named has been.per- ed by inspector H. D. Shaw, of Ormond, greatest Christian fortitude.In Santa Clans must, indeed,have been Plf.
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vailed to
.,. mitted by a kind Providence to outlive and a small party of relatives and friends, former years the splitting of oranges upon .d depo&,

$1.50 per Annum the other two. But, after reaching the and it was our pleasure to show Mr. Shaw has been ascribed to a sudden flow of goodly share of his pretties in car dra

Entered at the Pod Office at Ttiuxrillea* ripe age of over four score years, the respected and his mother some of our pretty gar- fluid into the orange, as the result of store. It does one good just to look tt

Second Claaa Matter. leader of the southern peoplewas dens. Our town attractions are not vast rains. This year our protracted drouth pretty things, even if they are too poor

'. called to rest last Friday morning, or bewildering and we felt the more in- enables us to decide that there are other to buy them-at least that is what jour

$ THE STAB is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor and the announcement of his death, debted to those ladies who have beauti- just as efficient causes at work.ffhe correspondent thought on Monday mora-

Brevard county. which came not unexpected, has caused fied their homes with flowers. The gar- groves have been losing many oranges ing after paying the drug store arid 1hit

The Star has the Largest circulation every southern heart to be filled with dens of these ladies received generous through this cause as usual. looking at the lovely dolls TIes.

of any paper on the East coast of Fla. sorrow in the loss of their distinguishedleader praise, but we never felt so strongly be- To the surprise of all the polls were photograph albums, Christmas cards and

AQIIARgIs one inch in space; 24 squaresmake and statesman, and they mourn fore as when listening to Mrs. Shaw's not opened Tuesday. Many came from other pretties too numerous to Ri en tlon.
a column. ,
w advertising rates enquire of the Editor his death with the memory of those brave censure as to how much Titusville fell all parts of the precinct, but owing to an The meeting called last Wedaesdaj

always enclosing two cent stamp. men who went down in the tide of battle short in the matter of beauty and clean- oversight on the part of inspectors the evening at the residence of Mr. 0. K.
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,. under the southern cross now over a liness-how many a garden spot grew up coveted opportunity to deposit a ballot Wood to arrange for Ae Christ mzs tree

t WET quarter of a century passed away. in weeds; how many a business house for or against selling was not to be had. and entertainment to be given in tie

By..,.... a Majority of about' Ba- Throughout the entire south they assembled thought nothing of sweeping out garbage, Only one thing is sure-no wrong was in- new Methodist Church Tuesday evening

; hews Dozen. at the hour of his burial, yesterday, paper, barrel-hoops, straw or what not tended by those who were delinquent.Robt. the 24th day of December, was Urgeh

The returns from Tuesdays election to pay tribute to his memory.Mr. into the public street, and how many a D. Hoke and wife came up from attended. There was manifested an can-

xxune 'AverY slowly, but enough pre- Davis was a man who made a fine smiling counting-house concealed a sad Eden some ten days ago. Mr. Hoke is est enthusiasm which will insure a curt

: :'Cincts have been heard from to make it impression on everyone he met by his back-yard. well and favorably known to all the old delightful occasion, to which eve lbodl

,, quite positive of the county going wet. firm, unyielding, yet social and genial While not wishing to tread on any residents. After a residence of several is invited. The following commit
It is rumored that'no election was held aristocratic coat-tails and were appointed: Committee of
disposition. He had strong likes and get our system years in Dakota, during which time he arrange

at Fort Drum or Otter Creek. If this be dislikes, and while yet a member of Pres- areated, we grant it most graciously thata I I edited a newspaper, he resolved to come ments, F. L. Plimpton L. T. Daniel,W.

so we only lack the vote from Narrows ident Pierce's cabinet as secretary of war man may wear dirty linen, keep his to his old Indian River home. Since G. Patterson, Chas. T. Verbeke, E CL

X 3 to get at the result. he was a pronounced slavery man, hold- head looking like a mop, despise a tooth- their sojourn among us they have been Johnson, C. E. Cook, W. A. Howlaad
WET DRY brush and wash himself Harry C. Eyer J. D. Almond and J
,
ing the views of John C. Calhoun as to never except- on joined by a sweet little girl.
PRECING7S. WET. DRY. MAJ. MAJ. decoration and still be son Fultz committee on music, 1It.s
the rights of states.In day, a gentleman; & ;
LaGrange 20 .. ........ __ _u
4fitusville,, 74 28 46 the first Democratic convention of nevertheless, we think it will not be denied Cocoa. Carrie .Moore, uine Lapham, Nellie Sa

t ChI Point, 0 0 1860 Mr.Davis received some votes, Ben- that a curried head and clean brands Spring weather and lovely moonlight erell ; committee on recitations. Mix:(X

t' I BoCkledge, 0 \ 0. jamin F. Butler voting for him fifty- and face are always creditable and may, nights.Mr. K. Wood, Mrs. Baldwin, Mrs. B. a W3-

t Malabar2 Eau Gal lie, 6 4 6. seven times. In the subsequent electionthe at least, be regarded as useful accessoriesfor David Wingood and .wife were in lard ; committee on dressing tree, m.

t :&bastian, 11 1 10 "two northern candidates," as Mr. a man who aspires to make great Cocoa last Sunday. Kate Eyer, Miss Willie May, Mm Up-

.:St. Lucie, 12 12 Blaine styles them, received all the votes headway in polite and refined society.As Capt. W. H. Sharpe of City Point, visited ham, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Thrall, Mr G>-

fa Eden, 3 8 5 of the northern states save a mere hand- with the man so it is with the town, last week. var, Mrs. Shaw; committee on distribution
our town
Fort Drum, ful, less than 100,000, while Brecken- Mr. Editor, and we feel assured that even of presents, Misses Kitty Andrrv

S Geo Narrows ian8, 0' 26 26 ridge and Bell received the almost solid Titusville, with its many advantages, The Margaret, Mr. Usher's pretty lit Mary Hohns, Meta Wilkinson, Bata
tie steam-launch launched last week.
?.. )lerntt.'s bland, 7 2 5 vote of the Fouthern states. "In truth as cannot safely despise cleanliness and per ,was Hardee, Daisy Hardee, Minnie Johnson

'.. Canaveral, 9 9 well as in appearance," adds Mr. Blaine, sonal adornment if it wants to keep apace Mr. Chas. Verbeke, of Brantley, paida and Viva Hill; committee for soliciting

,-, ,Haulover, 5 7 2 "it was a sectional q>ntest, in which the with the times and stand well among its few days' visit to his Rockledge friends contributions, Fannie Andrews lIb
Creek
Otter ambitious and last week. Weinberg, Maud Hardee Mabel BiH-!
Melbourne, 9' 24 a 15 north supported northern candidates and many enterprising con- ,
the south southern candidates." "Disun- freres. "We may talk of our terminal ad- Mr. Arthur Fox, of Leesburg, is clerking win, Florence Ryder, Joe Wilkinson,Andrew

.5. 80 68 ion was already completed in the heartsof vantages, pivotal position, etc., but it is again for Mr. 0. K.,Wood since his Covar, Fred Travis, Johnnie Foli;

t i No election was held at City Point or the people," says Tourgee, "the sections a fact, nevertheless, that it is more cred- return. v Robbie Arnold. All are invited. Come

.. Bockledge, the inspectors at City Point simply fell. apart because there was itable to a people to take a locality geographically Cocoa is on a "boom"-buildings goingup and bring the presents. Have the pro-

not opening the polls. A voter from Cocoa no cohesion." defective and commercially all around us and new wharves being ents at the church, if possible, by two

: says he thinks no election was held After the southern states had secededMr. isolated and by their good taste and energy put out by a great many. o'clock Tuesday, so that the committee

4 at Rockledge in order to prevent a barroom Davis was one of the senate committee transform it into a pretty and at- may have ample time to display on the
Dr. L. T. Daniel, the Cocoa dentist, is
in case thecounty voted wet. of thirteen'appointed to effect a com- tractive town than it is to let all those tree. Music and recitations and deUrerj
at home again, haying returned from hisweek's
: Mr. Mohr, of Narrows, wrote the clerkof promise. At first he refused, saying that little outdoor elegancies and beauties of of prizes will make part of the progras
stay at Titusville last Friday.
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court that he had tho returns and propositions of this kind ought to come life go by the board while idly talking of

.. would bring them up if the county would from northern men, but later he assentedto natural advantages and relying solely The Rev. A. T. Sharpe will conduct Melbourne.
morning services at St. Michael's Episcopal At the time the last items writ-
pay the expense. assist, saying: upon local privileges for future town ad were ]
The returns from Eau Gallic are faulty, If, in the opinion of others, it be possi- vancement. Church next Sunday at 10:30 a. m., ten hopes were entertained of the recovery -

.. 'Inasmuch as they only state that 28 votes ble for me to do anything for the public Mrs. Shaw informed the writer that at standard time. of Mrs. Geo. B. Mercier, but the me j

were cast, but does not specify how or for good, the last moment while I stand hereis Ormond they had an improvement soci- Mr. Will Fowler has returned to the afternoon an accession of the unfaronHe

what' purpose. This oversight may necessitate at the command of the senate. If I ety, gotten up by the ladies, with the Indian River and is stopping at Cocoa. I symptoms precluded all hope rilljiaj,. II

t the inspectors appearing before could see any means by which I could sole object to beautify and improve the He will have charge of the Maud F. during occasionally for a short time only to sink

the canwssers with the ballot-box and a avert the catastrophe of a struggle be- town. We had always regarded this sort the winter months and will run heras a little lower with each spasm, gradually

.. recount. tween the sections of the Union, my past oPwork as outside our jurisdiction anda a pleasure boat. growing weaker, till finally, at 1 jx EL
'
r The returns show a light vote polled life, I hope, gives evidence of the readi. corporation affair, but there is no reason Miss Allie Martin, who has been north I I Sunday she breathed her last. Ererjthlrj

.and that interest waned in the election ness with which I would make the effort. why it should be neglected on that for some months, returned to her homeat tbat kind hands, skillful physicians and

since two months. ago, not half of the reg- If there be auy sacrifice which I could account. If the mayor and corporation Merritt last week accompanied by her a devoted husband could do was doc

istered votes being polled. Titusville offer on the alter of my country to heal are noddies and won't have the streets friend, Miss T. Richards, and her father, for the invalid without avail. The bereaved

k only polled' 102 votes out of nearly 200 all the evils present or prospective, no kept clean,>sidewalks mended, shade trees Mr. J. G. Martin, and spent Monday of husband and daughter are heartbroken -

.. registered man has the right to doubt my readinessto planted, etc., what under the canopy is this week in Cocoa. at the loss of one to whom they j
The result is that the is attached. The whole j
now county do it"The to ten dozen club- were devotedly coo-
prevent or a persons Miss Willie May, of Rockledge, has
wet by 12 majority, with Narrows to hearfront. real greatness of the man shone bing together and getting "Hodge" to do gone to Tropic to take charge of the pub- munity and people all along the liter j

r forth conspicuously as disasters thick- it? Concerts given for such an object : lic school at that place and will make I sympathize with Capt. Mercier in his'h

.cf' : + ened after the first two years of his pres- would certainly be popular, and we venture I her home with Mr. and Mrs. Bryant fliction. The lady's mother and sisb',
ORLANDO has bar-rooms since
seven idential term.. He resolutely defended his without Mrs. Dawson and Mrs. Fromlergert-]
to say, the slightest hesitation while there. She came up from Tropic
she voted wet a few days ago. appointees, and resumed the responsibility that'such would rived from Daytona on Friday bolt j
a society not only last Friday and remained over Sunday at
whenever it was not clearly theirs. vastly improve our little town but would, her Rockledge home. Funeral services were held at the boast j
letters of
Two autograph Talleyrand I He regained the hearts of the people lost at the same time, awaken a public spirit- Monday at 11 a. m.and the remains welt;
'have just been sold in Paris. They were Capt. R. P. Paddison visited Cocoa and
faa-
through the unpopularity some of his edness, a pride and love of the place we taken to Cocoa for interment The
written to a lady, the first on the death Rockledge last week. He says that he is JGdd
eral Dr
military appointments, and almost nullified have chosen to build our houses in'suchas was largely attended, Rev.
of her husband : "Dear l\1adam-.Alas! going to have Brevard county win the
the opposition in the congress,which we have not but much conducting the services a most imp'j
... Your devoted Talleyrand," and the present very prize at the Exposition in Jacksonville,
r he was meeting with from similar causes.A need. si ve manner. CapL Mercier wishes D si
jn second on her re-marriage: "Dear Madam: and we think that he will succeed, judg- ?
thanks his1
a committee of investigation entered Thanking: for indulgence Mr. return his heart-felt to j
Bravo I Your,devoted Talleyrand." you your ing from the energetic manner in whichhe
,
upon its work in a hostile spirit and Editor, and hoping that this may stimulate is friends and neighbors for their sympat1.
going about
t ended gathering up things to kindness and assistance in his aiietia&
by endorsing nearly everyone of to some effort affecting the beauty of exhibit.
SENATOR CALL the President'srecommendations
says I
his acts. Titusville, I remain The sudden and shocking death "
i with reference to the; After the confederacy had dropped to Yours respectfully, The fourth quarterly meeting of the Homer Lapham, who had msn1 ed
w South-particularly in regard to colored
pieces like a pack of cards and its Indian River Mission of the 11. E.Church
whereter
.. presi- RAKE AND TROWEL. here and was highly esteemed
citizens-are highly dangerous and cal
dent, once the honored senator the Federal Dec. South was held here last Sunday morn asfr
Titusville, 5th, 89. known, coupled with the critical
culated to the class of
encourage worst ing'and a "loyefeast" took in the
secretary of war, the successful statesman place tion of Mrs. Mercier at the time, fpred
,colored. citizens to a greater degree of evening of the same day. The churchwas
and
aspiring politician, was a prisoner On Saturday
a mantle of gloom over alL *
in
than the He
mendacity past. regards City Point. filled
both
a entirely
of he bore his morning and
war, sufferings for also, Miss Jennie Strawbridge, wbow
jtbe message and the recommendationwith I two years with such fortitude that in John LaRoche and wife are to be congratulated night, and the preaching of Rev. T. J. expected that day. failed tomm.c.n..
reference to the election laws and
1867 such men as Horace Greeley and oil pie arrival of a 11-pound Nixon was highly enjoyed by all who at- to the dejJw -*
lady was accompanied
the color line
as extremely dangerous to I
tended the services. A
Gerritt Smith joined with many southern protracted meet- West ; Mrs. Ve ci.l*
boy.Dr. Middlesex, Pa. bl
the best interests of the South. ,
:: ... men in signing his bail bond, and in Holmes was at Titusville Mondayto ing was held by Mr.Nixon and Mr. Tem- niece. Mrs. Veach returned_ to bet boae

., the following year, before the U. S. circuit attend the colored man shot in the. ple, assisted by Mr. Bolton, the first threeor to find her husband lyinffon a $oa&
p ....a M.POWDERLY the leader of the I four of
this
days week.
:. court at Richmond, the case of "The arm. The ball was cut out from under where he had dropped dead from hetf -

Knights of Labor, has been considered a, United States vs. Jefferson Davis" was the arm. Mr. Albert A. Taylor and his bride, nee disease. A telegram intercepted M**

protectionist believed that protection ended forever and to the satisfaction of Quite a number of our people were in Miss Carry Burbank, of Saco, Me., ar- Strawbridge and she returned at <&*.

insured croi sacs to working men., almost every American. attendance at the funeral of the lamented rived here in the Minnehaha Tuesday of Mrs. Veach, we hear, is dangerous!*

But in a recent speech, at Atlanta, he All that was mortal of the great leader Homer Lapham at Cocoa. His sudden last week. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, who from the sudden shock, and Mn. B.W.
I said that the high protective tariff is a is now passed and let there be were married at Bright Side Fla. Nov.
away, death filled our hearts with sorrow. He Andrews of this place i* c0132
good thing for the manufacturer, but is I Peace to the just nun's memory let it grow was universally esteemed. 6th, have been having their"honeymoon"in prostrated by the unexpected and to J-
burdensome on the He Green with ,and blossom
wage earner. yean through the flight
Of ages let the mimic cane u ahow TheSunday School will have Christmas traveling through the western portionof ful news. The numerous friends of *
a -
declares
that the
now struggle of the
lit calm benevolent
features
; let the light Florida. Of
had
course they *
forking man: for existence is becoming Stream on his deeds of lore,that shunned the sight. tree Christmas Eve, and an enter- a"lovely"time family condole with th m in their troofc
.. Of all but heaven,and in the book of fame but both unite in saying that no &*
harder every year. We hope he may The glorious record of his virtues write.SOME taining time is'anticipated. The time place in Florida can equal Indian River. In setting up last week's items one -

impress all the Knights with this theory. for the commencement exercises is 6 p. The .of the municipal election manuscript**
young people are cozily
... m. All are invited to come.J. keeping omitted leaving out one of the most Ie-
few days ago Gov. HILL'S correspondence house in the pretty cottage which the ,
-, Air interview with over a score of seemed to increase rapidly by C. Norwood was out today, ,very groom had lately had repainted and put portant offices, that of clerk *ndtrtf little

? America's ablest clergymen as to whether letters coming from the west written ina much improved. It is a subject of thank in order for the coming of his "little urer. Mr. Charley H. Stewart, oar a'

they smoke or condemn the practice oft feminine hand. It turned out that fulness that the severe burns received at wife." Congratulations flow in druggist, was the wcceisfnl. pMtT,tMl

.: : nffioking.'- .tobacco, results in the majority some bf his friends had sent his name to the unfortunate burning of his residencewill them from all sides,and married life upon will ceiving 21 Totes out of 22. Wfl hear ***

z ? of them saying it is a bad example. a matrimonial agency out there as a can- ; not leave any permanent scars. not be a failure with them if the good one party who receiTed a compKmea isca& "

m Doctor TALMAGE says since he has re- didate for correspondence. At first his I C. L. Hasbrouck, of Pa1at a. has pur- wishes of their numerous friends will Tote feels disgruntled at betes ,

+ ,formed.._ t from tobacco he would not think appetite left him"and it was dangerousto chased the oranges in the groves of M. C. count for aught. &I receiving one.. vote, instead of w'1riJ1.
v; rfwaoking a cigar than he him Holmes J. D. Hatter and Dr. he should feel complimented a& ,
: any more approach as to what was the matter Holmes It .begins to look like Christmas is h U not

.;, ,:c: jreeH dfijj a vial,of laudanum. Doctor but when he discovered joke he the figures,being very satisfactory. Mr. really coming by the appearance of the I a ballot for office for which sum lr.
,
:'- CSOSBY tm j tji is not a question of smiled and once more became his former Hasbrouck is noted for his integrity and stores at Cocoa, though by the climate running, as we presume the did

..raIl. .' "It'al'iifibodj'a: business. I do self. Can't he see that no man who is square dealing. one would judge it was May instead Iota were cast by Ae candidates wtoj**
ofDecember. **
Jdve .
,. : et' uI tee.. toW) o, .but if I wanted,to,J unmarried;canlccep Mr. CLEVELAND, ouof Mrs.'Dr. Holmes visited her friends, The most beautiful not wiA to vote for theJ I'

... ..W do.'8oJ7says'MORGAN 1.. IL.a the nominating contest in< 1892? _:Capt. and Mrs J.F. Reed the latter Christmas articles for sale we noticed displayof i Who indicated they (preferred.next to them' :;
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." ettee. a .Tax,:y err?. Land and Groves for Sale.'tHavin EDWARD STILING., : 'ALBERT A. TAYLOR. :: t

Ha tax booby* far 188 ,wlnt of.then :: three places on and ,near the l '.':-- f

P1AceS o the. ;;days, ,.m' ...qtion8d.b&f.,..: ... d- Indian River, Twill sell any two of them STJLXNrG: -Y-LOR.J >" ;
in order
4 .J to better improve the other. ,
;: SECOND EOUND. They are as follows: 12J 'acres on Mer- -j l
'laD Game,...........Friday, ..* 13th ritt's. Island, quarter of a mile south of Cocoa, Indian River, Florida. "..'. I
,,-.Saturday, 14th Merritt postoffice, $600; 10 acres, two
,edge....Monday, 16th miles northwest of Titusville, with 600 DEALERS I3ST
wr tt, ...TuesdayzCI 17th six-year-old orange trees, in good condition '
/Str Point, .i Wednesday, 18th occupying almost half of the
'1itl1SfilIe, ...Thursday. 19th ground, $2,600; 10 acres, quarter of a _
X.GrsD Se.?.-Friday.u 20th mile north of LaGrange postoffice, with Hardware Stoves Tinwa :
Crockery
.alorer..............Saturday, 21st 500 twelve-year-old orange trees in finecondition ;. .
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XnreraL..Monday.. 23rd occupying about half} of the j
Xa bourne,.Wed's C1ay, u 13thE. 10 acres with a good crop of fruit. This .

W. HALL,Tax Collector. last is the north half of the Kentuckygrove. AND AGATE-WARE. .
Address, Jerome Twichell, LaGrange f
NOTICE.iscns .
Fla. Oils Glass and Putty
Paints
,
fo tAl cc of Bievard County: The New Discovery. ; o 0Plumbers' TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY, ;
flaying been appointed by the commis- -
Jionfrt o f said county to represent her at You have heard your friends and neigh- : and Mill / '
Sab-Tropical Exposition at Jacksonshe bors talking about it. You may yourselfbe BARBED WIRE

riIle,which opens on January 9th, 1890, one of the many who know from personal Supplies, ,
aDd knowing the resources of the county as experience just how Rood a thing it is. If
I do, I have no hesitancy in saying that I you have ever tried it you are one of its 0 WIRE NETTING
folly believe, with a hearty co-operation of staunch friends, because the wonderful i
Unpeople! we will not only make the best thing about it is, that when once given a Doors Sash Blinds WIRE i
exhibit but will capture the capital prizeof trial, Dr. Kind's New Discovery ever after and CLOTH.
1000. It will be impossible for me to holds a place in the house. If you have .
risi&each and every producer: I therefore never used it and should be afflicted with a
eirnestly request everyone who has any- cough,or any Throat, Lung or chest trouble BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, G-Ll.J:1S-
ttlflg worthy of exhibition to write me. secure a bottle at once and give it a fair
What we want is a full exhibit of the pro- trial. It is guaranteed every time,or money AMMUNITION,
ducts of the county. We do not ask as a refunded. Trial bottles free at Dixon & SHINQLES and LATH.
donation we will pay a fair price for all Gray's drugstore. 24. I! FISHING TACKLE. :
articles. To the ladies do tIe especially appeal '
for some of their domestic work. Choice Orange Laud For Sale. Ship ChcA,11d1er3T: GrOOC1s [ ,
'I
R. P. PADDISON,
Three desirable tracts of high ham-
Commissioner.The i L mock land located on east side of East Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com. r

First Step. Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains pany's plows and cane mills; Planet Jr. farm tools. j .
56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of halfa
cin't Perhaps deep,you can't are think run, can't down do can't anything eat, mile on the river, about eighteen acres Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets. .i. .
cleared and of '
a bearing grove! nursery
satisfaction and wonder what
*.* to ails your you. You should heed you the warning, large trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74- ARTESIAN WELL PIPE: A. ..1
100 acres, with a frontage of fiveeighthsof
yon are taking the first step into Nervous Catalogues sample cards and size lists sent free Correspondence solicited and 1
Prostration. You need a Nerve Tonic and a mile on the river, about six acres upon application. r
in Electric Bitters you will find the exact cleared, a. small grove and many trees in estimates furnished promptly. "
bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100 } :
''remedy for restoring your nervous system -
to its normal,healthy condition. Surprising acres, with a frontage of one-fourth of a STILING & TAYLOR. ,
results follow the use of this great Nerve mile on the river, which is about four
Tonic and Alterative. Y.*r appetite re- miles in width. These lands are not un -
tarns, good digestion is restored, and the derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience L. C. OLIVfcR. F. T. BUDGE.OLI"VER .
Liter and Kidneys resume healthy action. would plant a grove for his own
Try a bottle. Price 50c., at Dixon&Gray's use on land so underlaid. Perfectly : & BU"DGE
drag store. 24. healthy, free from fog, malaria and frost. ,
Eight minutes walk from house to ocean
If We, the undersigned,agree to give the beach:
amount set opposite our several names For further particulars inquire of Dealers in ...

for the purpose of building a Methodist Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison" avenue, Boston,
Church in Titusville. Further subscrjptions Mass, or of J. A. Shippie, agent, Geor-
ssse GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
respectfully solicited. Contributionsmay gianna, Fla.
be handed S. H. Ray. Methodist: ,
Mission Board, $.roo; S. H. Ray, $100; i v,
Jno. M. Dixon, $5.00; B. R. Wilson, TITUSVILLE SHINGLES AND LATHS. .
(2.60;a F.Gray,$5.00; Geo. B. Rumph, '
15.00; Geo. F. Duren, $5.00; J. A.
Miller $5.00; Ed Bainey $2.50V.. P. ;
COMMERCIALInstitute. GrENTEFI..A..L: : .A.R.D .A.B.E
e. Hatchett, $5.00: H.F. Atkinson, $5.00;
,J.., P. Turner, $10.00; A. A. Stewart.


N.rl ell Magruder 10.00,10.00;Mitch-,;$1.00 F. U;' Equitable Villeret,$LOO Life; Assur-G. M, Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery. .

ance Company, $3.00: ; E. L. Brady
.
i 110.00; cash,$10.00; O.P.Eacott,$5.00; Will Open for active work :Monday, PAINTS Al\TD OILS" -
C,A.XH, : Webber, $5.00. the 2nd day of December. All Students
desiring to enter this, the 1st Class, will '

NOTICE. notify the Principal at once. Terms as Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers,.
follows
LIXDDFFICE,GAINESVILLE, FLA.\ :
November 30th 1889. Full Commercial Course of Book-Pieeping,
die / etc.,including Penmanship and Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
Notice w hereby given that following- Mathematics, $30 00 ,
named settler has filed notice of his inten- Books, paper, pens,ink, etc., for same 8 SO I
is tion to make final proof in support of his Penmanship complete course, ,5 00 .
claim,and that said proof will be made be- Mathematics,per month, 3 00 POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Payments to be made, cash one-half down for any
fore A. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit Court, at branch. Monet for text books, copy books, etc., .
TituJTiJt ,Fla.,on January 28th,1890,viz: cash In full For further particulars apply to TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.. /
Clinton Canaveral, Fla. H. .
v. Honeywell, E. H. SCOTT '.ritusviUe,1la.
E.No. 3 Sec. 1 Tn. 23 S. R. ,
18265 for lot -----
37R ![r. Scott:: will canvass the county between this HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN ..
He names the following witnesses to prove; and December 1st 1889.PIONEER ; RIVER BAKERYWe Old and Reliable. Established 1849.
Lit continuous residence aud cultivation 4 i
upon .
o"f,said land, viz: Henry Wilson, COOPERAGESyrup will Keep on Hand Every Day

Emory P. Cronin, Geo. M. Quarterman, PIES B. PR.ESLEY.00.: .
BREAD CAKES ,
Arthur Franklin, all of Canaveral, Fla. Barrels $2.25. FRESH ,
ALEXANDER LYNCH,
34 Register. Gauged to order, ten cents extra. ETC. ALSO WHOLESALE

XOTICE. Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. Bottlers of Sodawater, GingerAle .q
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS
LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE Fr4A.;\
O. B. of
Nov. 30th 18S9. / and other Drinks.ALL .
Xotice U hereby given that the following- Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers PROMPT And: Commission: : erchanta.t
E named settler has Bled notice of his inten- from 62.00 up. ORDERS RECEIVE .
tion to make final proof in support of his ATTENTION.: 3.Florida
'r claim, and that said proof,will be made be- Tanksand :
fore A. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit Court, at all kinds of COOPER WORK to orderT. S: A. BELCHER & COMPANY, -
TitU8\'iJlet Fla.,on January 28th,1890,viz: PROPRIETORS, Consignments of Oranges Soli
: Mima, of La Grange, Fla., H. JOIIXSOX FLA. itcl't, .
E.16Co7: for the lot 3 of section 19, Tp. 36 Florida. TITUSVILLE, 40 -
LaGrange, : :
I I'I s..of R.41 E. _
I He names -the following witnesses to ST. PAUL :MIN ESOTA. >,
prove his continuous residence upon, and ,
cultivation of, said land, viz: Eugene P. Christmas Presents ,
Willard, of Ankona, Fla.; John F. Bell, We have been the Agents of the Florida Fruit Exchange since Its organization
of St. Lucie, Fla.; C. E. Chaffee, of An- until this season, when they decided to confine their western shipments to Chicago" f
ken a, Fla; John Q. Hnggins, of Titus- LARGEST STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO FLORIDA. and St. Louis.
tille Fla. ALEXANDER LYNCH, .
84 Begister. We have been the recognized headquarters for Florida Oranges In the Northwest w
.... LO EST PR.ICES.READ for years and have the Largest Orange Trade and Longest Experience of
NEWMan any house in the""est. .
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OUR FIGURES :
River Land We have the best Auction Room in the country, and will sell Oranges at.

Boys' iron axle express wagons 90c to$1.50 Girls' tricycle at$i.5O, $8.50,and $9.50 Auction or Private Sale as shippers may wish. 4 "J

ANDEEo"te1'OoD1.p.any wood axle express wagons 30c to 50c Doll carriages, all sizes, from- 50c upwards Correspondence solicited. References. Any of the National Commercial Agen-
for of.4
Wire wheel velocipedes boys years '1,000 chairs, of all kinds and designs, especially cies, Local Banks, Jobbing Houses or the Florida Fruit Exchange.1*' ..
82.50Wire
,j ROCK LEDGE, FLA. wheel velocipedes for boys of 6 years made for children's Christina .
presents, 50c each
We are opening in our fine Hotel a Land $3 .
I Office. We think that many of the thous- Wire wheel velocipedes for boys of 8 years Hobby horses$1 each and upwards S1 ra-Vberry; Plants: in: Sep"teXX1.ber
ands of strangers that stop with us will be 83.25. Shooflys from 7oc to$1
liable to buy property. if it is presented to Wire wheel velocipedes for boys of 10 to 12 Toy carts, bill inches, 15c Nunarfs Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early.
i them and our facilities are such that we years.S4 *
; carts larger size, 25c
Toy ,
for of l to 15
think we can be of great service both to Wire wheel velocipedes boys Wheelbarrows 35c and upwards Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
sellers and buyers.Correspondence. years, $1.50 INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer. -
solicited. Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mopes'and
34 J. M. LEE & BRO. We have also a Large Number of Articles suitable for Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.

FOR SALE JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla. ,

PRESENTS. i GROWN PEOPLE, J s r

THE ELEGAKT NAUM.AN'S: : : I!Pianos & Organs.. i

RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF Such as Ladies' Desks, Ladies' Stand Work Baskets, Fancy Rockers in Plush NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY w

I E. BARNES, ,and Leather, Music Racks, Easels, Book Cases, Statuettes, I THE PIONEER AGENCY: TUNED AJIDREPAINED.G. .

ROCK LEDGE, FLA., Vases, .Engravings and Oil Paintings, all For terms and sample copies address W. SCHUYLER, ,
CHAS.H. NAII3fAN,
Containing Seven and One-Third River. .4t Large1y lO-odLxioecSL 'Pr1.oes Titusville P. O., Brevard county,Fla. P. O. INDIAXOLA. BREVARD CO.,
Indian
Acres of Land fronting on FLORIDA.:
Large, Roomy RESIDENCE ele- FOR THE HOLIDAYS. THE All work warranted. References fur-

COTTAGE ntly Finished.and Outbuildings.Also a Three-Boom One of GOODS SHIPPED ON THE DAY ORDER IS RECEIVED. I NaphthaLaunch "UYinier" nished. Charges only for work actually

the most desirable places in Rock Ledge, LOFTUS Can be Hired for Short Runs or Cruise done-not Will make for."tray.lflto bn.K Lake expense Worth about ;

naininock. CLA..R. ing. For terms and particulars addressW. 1st of Octo attending to any orders

For price,terms, etc.,apply to.Fla. I 10, & 42. TV. Hay Street, JACKSONVILLE! FIorida. : P. Underwood, Cocoa, Fla. received beforetb atl time." SS-Sino. ;
Cocoa
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..y. --t ''CiSCONTENT.e Commissioner's Sale. in township 20, south range '35 east,, legal hours of sale, and will be continued
bounded as follows: Commencing at a from day till day till all said lands THE GLORY OF MAN
order of
Under and by virtue of an ;
French Residents T i ito lk of Appealing point on the east boundary line of a are sold..
Unele Satn. the Honorable John F. White Judicial, Judgeof Spanish Grant patented to the heirs o f Dated this 2nd day of December, 1889. t STRENGTH. VITALITY'

MONTREAL, Dec. 6.-There is a ,move- the Circuit Court of the 3rd Joseph Delespine :Michael Lazarus and ROBERT :MORROW,
ment on foot among the leaders of the Circuit of Florida, in and for Hamilton John Drysdale June 23d, A. D. 1874, 5 2 33. Commissioner. HOW Lost How R$8jTH
x county, I will, on the 6th day of January -
the Pete
French Canadians! to forward an appeal chains and 28 links south of
AD. Ib'90sell at public outcry to E0F
R for protection the United States government the following Fauchard Grant, running from said
for
t if the English majority in the the highest bidder, cash the of point south 73 west, 54 chains and 22 PARKER'SHAIR = IffKNOYTHY5EJI '
lands belonging to estate BALSAM
links to land owned by Henry G. Street
has been threatened ,
Dominion attempts
as Sheffield late of said of Cleanups and beautifies the hair.
Pl'iney .county
t to deprive them of rights guaranteed thence south 11 east along the eastern II Promotes a luxuriant growth.
bv the treaty of 1763. Hamilton, deeceased: boundary line of lands owned by Henry N ver Fails to Restore Gray

; M. Valin, formerly United States Lot No. 1, 2 and 3, section 26, lot 4, G. Street and Thaddeus Street to the Frerents Hair to Dandruff its Youthful and hair Color.falling

congressman from uisianal.and now. section 25, lot 4, section 24, lot 1, sec-, boundary line separating the aforesaid< 50e.and '1.00 at Ih'wai..ta #$ N
editor of La Patrie, the French liberal tion 36, all in township 37, south orange f Grant from the lands patented to William THE SCIENCE OF LIFE
paper, publishes a strong article on the 40 east, containing 396 44.100 TJarvin, thence easterly along the MASON & HAMLIN, A Scientific and Standard Popular 1fedica1
". subject. He says that by the treaty onthe Errors orYonthl'rem tDr. N .,
lot 3 section 30 township 37 southof boundary line between the aforesaid
concluded between France and the acres; ORGAN & PIANO CO. and Physical Debility,Imparities of Uae Booi
American at the outbreak of range 41 east, containing 40 10-100) grants to the eastern line of the grant, ,

the American congress war, the former ceded all acres; the southeast t section 15, town- thence northerly along the eastern BOSTON, NEW ,YORK, CHICAGO.
its rights in America to the United ship 32, south range 39 east containing boundary line of the grant to the placeof r }

A States, and that, therefore, the United 160 acres; the northwest i of northeast beginning, containing 303 63-100 Contains a five octave 0-stop
States has been substituted for Francein }, section 14, township 32, south range acres, more or less. The following de- NEW action, famished in a Urge and

the most absolute manner in all that 39 east, containing 40 acres; lots 1,2 and scribed lands situated in township 20, MODEL J walnut handsome Price case$99 of casb solid black and Resulting from Folly,Vice,Ignorance,Exceasesar Gila4

concerns the execution,of the treaty of 4, section 22, township 31, south range south range 34 east bounded as follows: also sold on the Easy Hire; System Overtaxation, Enervating and trofloing the vicfa
1763. 39 east,'containing 112 75-100 acres; lots Commencing at the southwest corner of ORGAN, at $12.3 per quarter, for for Work,Business,tue Married or SocIal RjJ krn

"If, therefore," continues La Patrie, 1, 3, 4 and 5, section, township 31, lands owned by Thaddeus Street, run- STYLE ten comes quarters the when ol organ be. work.Avoid It unskillful contains suo pretenders.pa-es!: ,royal Possess Eva Wsgrmtrative Beta
f 1 "the French-Canadians believe it their south range 39 east, containing 150 59-100 ning from thence north 11, west 52 hiring property person binding, embossed full gilt. Price only nq by

duty to appeal to a foreign goverment in I acres; lots 3, 4 and 5, section 6, and lot chains and 27 links along the western 2244. mall,postpaid Prospectus, concealed Free,IT in jrou plain apply wrapper cow.E.
this it is Tk
order to have treaty respected,
2, section 7, except ten acres supposed boundary line of lands owned by Thad 1I distinguished! author,Win IL Parker, M. fT
Washington and
to not the to goverwnent that of France.at The descendantsof | to be owned by Jas. Pritchard, all in deus Street and Henry p. Street,thence from ceived'the the GOLD National AND Medical JEWELLED MEBlE
4 township 30 south 39 east containing south 73 west 58 chains and 41 links, MASON The Mason & Harnlin AmorUiUa r.-
French colonists should not be without i range Stringer, invented and this PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOC8Ti
: protectors the day that England violates 145 90-100( acres lot 5, section thence south 11, east 52 chains 27 linksto & J ented by Mason & Hamlin pat.in of PHYSICAL Assistant DEBILITY.DLFarkerand be atom
} the treaty of 1763." I 14, township 29 south, range 38 east,. the north line of lands patented to 1632 is used in the Mason k dentially, by Physicians mail or In may person,coniutte at the 0&c.=CII s.

It is proposed that the FrenchCanadians containing 40 acres; lot 3, section 14 William Garvin, thence easterly along IIAMLIN Hamlin markable pianos refinement exclusively.of tone He THE PEA BODY MEDICAL DSTrnu;

of Manitoba and other places where I township 29, south range 38 east, containing the boundary line of lands patented to PIANOS. and phenomenal capacity to orders No. 4 Ba1Dnch for book 8t.or,letters BostonMau.for adric,to boQa4

rights are menaced,shall frame a declara- I 75 76-100 acres; lot 4, section 10, the heirs of Joseph Delespine, Michael [ bUnd in tune characterizethese directed as above should be
tion of grievances aid forward it to. the township 29 south, range 38 east, con- Lazarus and John Drysdale and William instruments.

United States government with an appeal I taining 52 88-100 acres; lots 2 and 3, section Garvin to the place of beginning, the Indian RiverSteamboatlo.

,3 for protection. 3, township 25 south, range 37 east, same being a part of a Spanish Grant POPULAR STYLES ORGANS AT $22. _

Fatal Between Indians. I containing 53 92-100 acres; lot 2, section patented June 23rd, A. D. 1874 to the $32.50, $60, $78, $96, AND UP. Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889. par
Fight
34 24 south 37 east heirs of Michael Lazarus
township range Joseph Delespine, -
CHAMBERLAIN, S. :;ak., Des 6.-The Rice begin- and the being Organs and Pianos sold for Cash Easy STEADIER ST. LUCIE
46 John
Indians had a fight on the reservation containing acres; place, Drysdale, same Leaver TITUSVIIXE.................... 6 am
southwest of southwest the south half of of land off Payments, and Rented. Catalogues free.
tract set
near this city Monday morning, which ning at corner a Arrives at Melbourne.................12 noon
resulted in one of them being fatally 1 of southwest 1 of section 14, township to Cecelia Dufan by the circuit court of: Z2.4t.

wounded. Some ago Tom Thompson 24, south range 37 east, running north the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida, con- Returning:

accused Medicine years Bird,both Indians, 70 yards, thence east 420 yards thence taining 303 62-100 acres. Lot 1, section NEW DRUG STORE Leaves Melbourne....................12 noon I

with stealing one of his wives,and win" I south 70 yards to southeast corner of 6, township 20 south, njnge 35 east, con Arrives at Titusville.................. 6 p n
to this hard feelings have since ezisted southwest J of southwest 1, thence west taining 40 acres, more or less; town lot Above daily except Sunday.
between them. A big Indian dance was || along the secti line to point of beginning in Titusville described as follows: commencing Has on hand a Fine Assortment of STEAMER

in progress Sunday night, and both men s j, containing 6 acres; English place, at the southwest corner of block GEORGIANA
Leaves Titusville
were there shortly after midnight. commencing at a stake 110 yards from ; 5 and run north 130 feet to dividingline FRESH DRUGS.. Sundays and Thursdays

Thompson, who had net forgotten the ;, the northeast corner of northwest t of i between McCrorjr and Titus land, Also SPECIFIC direct for Jupiter.
REMEDIES.
t' GUARAN-
wife-stealing incident, deliberately shot 1'southwest 1 on sub-division line between thence turning at an angle of 90 and TEED, TO CURE the for STEAMER WHITE C
and killed Medicine Bird's horse Diseases which
and of
i the east half and west half of northwesti running east along the south boundaryline Recommended.IF Leaves Melbourne Mondays Wednesdays
they
Medicine Bird and are
course, objected, was section 14 township 24 south of and Titus land 99 feet and the
range McCrory Fridays arrival of
,_ at once set upon by: Thompson,who fearfully i I AFTER USING: ANY OF THEM, YOU on the
p cut .him about the head with a 37 east, run north 760 46', west 495 yards thence turning at an angle of 90 and ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT, steamer St. Lucie.

liatchet Thompson has been lodged in more or less, to the section line dividing run south across Titus lot, 130} feet to YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY RE Returning:

( the agency iail. Medicine Bird is insensible sections 14 and 15, thence south along Main street, thence turning an angle oi' FUNDED. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. p
and cannot possibly live. said subdivision line 605 yards, more or 90 and run west 99 feet to place of be- We have no cure-alls% but a different Connection I ill made at Titasrille

less, to the sub-division line betweenthe ginning, containing J acre, more or less. Remedy for Each Class of DiseaseFor with trains of the J., T. & K. W. System
She Will Bulhl Convent.
r a northwest 1 of southwest 1 and Southwest 1 of northwest 1 section 26, Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart to and from all pointNorth, and at
.
PHILADELPHIA Dec. 5. Miss Kate
Drexel now known, Sister- Katharine southwest J of southwest J, thence at an township 21, south range 34, contain- and Kidneys ; for Female Complaints; and Jupiter with daily stage for Juno ((8
as angle of 90 east 440 yards less ing 40 northeast \ of southeast i also Ointments for Eczema
novicein the order of the Sisters of more or acres; Ringworm, miles) where connection is made with
r Mercy ,at Pittsburg, has decided ,to southeast corner of northwest i of section 22, township 21, south range 34 Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin. the steamer "Lake Worth" for all landings -
her course'after she shall have passed upon southwest 1, thence at an angle of 90 east\containing 40 acres; northeast \ of Give them a trial and you will not be on Lake Worth.

through her novitiate. She build a run 550 yards, more or less, north on northwest 1 section 22, township 21, disappointed. '\T. B. WATSON
convent near Torresdale, about twelve sub-division line of northeast 1 of south- south range 34 east, containing 40 acres; J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist Superintendent. 1
miles from Philadeloiiia, on the New west J, and northwest } of southwest t southeast 1 of northwest 1 section 24, I G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent n
York division of Pennsylvania rail- of section 14, to place of commence- township 21 south, range 34 east, containing TITUSVILLE, FLA.- D. F. JACK, General Manager. !

road. She will be at the head of it. Its ment, all in section 14, township 40 acres; southeast 1 of south- -

purpose will be to educate and train a 24, south range 37 east, containing 50 west 1 section 12t township 21, south &XOOO :For: Only: : SI.

sisterhood to work among the colored acres, more or less; Saunders place, com- range 34 east, containing 40 acres; northwest -
and Indian races. The Rev. Father mencing 246 3-10 feet north from north- i of southeast 1 section 12, township Ten Thousand Dollars in Souvenirs to be Given Away
who is in of the Indian
Stephen, charge east corner of west 1 of southwest 1 of 21, south range 34 east, containing
bureau of the Catholic church in Washington On the Grand Opening of the
section township 24 south of 40 northeast 1 of southwest
range acres; J sec-
is to be attached to the new con
y vent as spiritual adviser and superintending 37 east or sub-division line, from thencerun tion 12, township 21, south range 34 east FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION,
west 77 44', north 440 yards, more containing 40 acres; northwest J of southwest -
manager.
.' or less, to section line, thence run northon 1 section 12, township 21, south THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JAN. 9, 1890.
.
; Iowa Apple Juice. sub-division line 112 feet, more or range 34 east, containing 40 acres; south Partial List of Prize S .
MASON CITY, Iowa Dec."4.The jury less thence east at angle of 90 1 of southeast 1 section 14 and north $ No. Valuation.
returned a verdict Sunday norning that run an I 1. Certified check for.................................................................. ....tlX)( ;r
420 yards, more or less, to subdivisionline of northeast 1 section 23, township 21, I .
.
: the twenty-five barrels of cider seized by thence south on said sub-division south range 34 east, containing 160 acres 2. Knabe upright piano, ebonized case,engraved panels with stool and scarf 600 ,
the sheriff on the 24th ult., and now in southeast ; 3. Parlor suite, five pieces magnificent brocatelle. with silk plush trim
line to point of commencement said description Conley place i of southwest
,
his custody, must be returned to its intending to all the t,section 32 township 21, south 35 mings, as follows : One sofa, in terra cotta,one large ladies' easy chairin TIl
convey range
owner.The result of the trial
was a olive, one large gents' easJcllair in blue, one large reception chairin
lands owned Robert Morrow 40 of southwest
formerly goy east containing acres west J -
surprise to the prosecution that inasmuch as lying between lands sold to Robert 1 of southeast } section; 32 town- olive, one large reception chair in old gold................................. 250 =

their doctors had toted the stuff Morrow M. E. English and 20 ship 21 south 35 4.% Pair diamond ear drops, best quality.................................._............ 250
by east containing
a
hard and A acre range l
: was meeting will" caL'-d intoxicating.at once to arouse masse lot sold Roger by John Ira Sanders, 10 acres; southeast 1 of southwest 1 sec- 5. Walnut bedroom set, eight pieces, French beveled mirrors...!.............. 200 ..

the temperance wor !1'S. containing 10 acres, more or less lot 4 tion 5 township 21, south 35 east 6. Set Haviland French china, decorated, 126 pieces......................._..... 160 :;:
; ,
section 9, township 22 south range 37 E., containing 40 acre; Armer range place at LaGrange 7. Gents' diamond studs............................................................._..... 125
,
No Trouble With Guatemala. containing 62 acres, more or less; Carlin as follows: commencing at the 8. Gents' magnificent gold watch and chain......................................... 125

\CITY OF MEXICO, Dec. 4.-The reports place, south J of southwest 1, section 31, southeast corner of the northeast 1 of 9. Elegant French china dinner set, 149 pieces....................................... 100
which have appeared in the American township 21 south 37 east southwest 1of section 29 township 21 10. Lady's gold watch and chain, solid gold, very fine..............................

1" papers of difficult with Guatemala are taining 80 range less northeast, con- south 35 east thence, running 12Music box, ten airs....................................: ................................. 75
acres, more or ; range west
tE entirely without foundation. } of.northwest J section 32, township, 21, with the variation of the section line 13. Parlor_ folding! bed, cherry finish...................................................... 65
Y ----- south range ao east, containing 40 acres; 20 chains, thence north 10 chains .4. Antique oak hat rack, diamond, French beveled mirrors..................... 65 \

MASTER'S, SALE. lot 1, section 19, township 20, south thence east 31 25-100 chains, thence, 19,986 other souvenirs, aggregating: .................................................. $ .899.65 (" -J

Under and 36 east containing 69$ south 25 east 60-100 chains thence I -
of
.by vrtu aflnal decree range acres, moreor ,
Issuing out of the Honorable Circuit less; north 1 southeast } and southwest east 37i, north 5 chains, thence south 20,000 Souvenirs in all, amounting to................................................49,899.65 ryn

Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of 1 of southeast 1 section 2, town- 23, east 4 90-100 chains, thence west Committee to award Only souvenirs 20,000: Ticket Gov. Geo.Sold F.at Drew.$1.00 Each.Dr. Joseph Y. Porter W.
the State of Florida in and for Brevard ship 22 south 31 120 22 south 4 94-100 chains thence ,
containing west
iacres range A. MacDuff, J. R. Tyson, A. W. Cockcrill jr., T. T. Stockton T. S. Wilmartlu
,
county, dated the fifth day of October, ; northeast 1 of southeast 1 section 25, south 3 21.100 chains, thence west See Sunday's Times-Union for full list of souvenirs. ,

A. D. 1889, In a certain cause in Chan 31 and north J of southwest 1 and south- 636-100 chains, thence south 265-100 Tickets good for admission to grand opening of the Exposition.
# cery therein depending, wherein James west J of southwest section 32 chains thence 5 chains
1 town- west thence All orders for tickets should be
sent to W. B. BARNETT President of the
Prltchard and William M. Brown ,
t ,under ship 21 south 35 east south to the place of beginning containing
range containing : : National Bank of Jacksonville Jacksonville Fla.
the firm'name and stvle of the Indian accompanied by the monel-
160 southeast I 32
1 of northeast 62J-100 less.
acres; i acres, more or $1 for each ticket.

.. River B. Bank Morton, are and complainants Frank M. Morton and ,Hattie her- section 31, township 21, south range 35 Also one-third undivided interest in Send to the Secretary for n full list of Souvenirs. Agents Wanted.
east, containing 40 acres southwest i of the following described lands: East 1 of
;
husband, and J. II. Foster and Mary P. $6,000 IN PREMIUMS OFFERED FOR COUNTY AND INDIVIDUAL
northwest 1 section 32 21 southwest 1 section 5 township 34 south
Foster, his wife are defendants, and township DISPLAYS. Send for full) list.
thirty days having passed since the date south range 35 east, containing 40 acres; range40 east, containing 80 acres;; Twen- All County and Individual Exhibits addressed to Director-General SubTropicalE.xpoflti)1l
,
of said decree, I will, as special master northeast 1 of southwest J section 28, ty-nine acres (29) off of the north part Jacksonville, Fla., will be transported Free by all lines in this
.in chancery, sell at public sale to the"highest township 21, south range 35 east, con of lot 4 and the east half of the south- State. Send to the Secretary for printed All
and best bidder for cash in front taining 40 acres; east J of northwest } west 1 of northeast 1 section 1, township i tags.!: space free.
L of the Court House door in Titusville, of southwest 1 section 28, township 21, 32, south range 39 east, containing; 49 B. F. DILLON PreHilt. JAS. M. SCHUMACHER, Treas S. A. ADAMS, S*<.

_ Brevard county Fla.. on the sixth day south range 35 east, ,containing 20 acres; acres in all; lots 1 and 2 section 3, I
of January, A, D. 1890, the same being northwest 1 of southeast 1 and southwest township 31, south range 39' east, containing C1yde S1ea, .". ship C)
:' the first Monday in the month and a legal 1 of northeast J section '17, town- 79 45-100 acres; lot 3 section 3 s

sale day between the legal hours of ship 21, south range 35 east, 80 acres and lots 1 and 4 section 10, township 31 New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.
.sale, all that certain lot or piece of land less 5 acres sold to C. D. Puryear, ( on- south range 39 east, containing 135 28-100

sltufte in the county of Brevunl and laming 75 acres, more or less; southwest acres; lot 2 section 7, township 31, south

'' '. State, of Florida, and described as follows 1 of northeast 1 section 18, township 21, range 39, containing acres; North,

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

ton avenue and Orange street, as shownon section 6, township 21, south range 35 J os. Delespine, Michael Lazarus and
a map or plat ot"the town of Titus east,containing 80 acres; east J of north John Drysdale June 23rd, A. D. 1874,
ville. made by one J. Francis LeBaron east 1 section 6, township 21, southranjie said point being the southeast corner of .

tar Henry Titus and now on file in the 35 east, containing 80 acre; east the Peter Fouchard Grant, run south _
office of the clerk of the circuit court In i of northwest J section 6, township 21, ;3, west 52 chains and 27 links to land

and for Brevard county and State of south range 35 east containing 80 acres: owned by Pliny Sheffield, conveyed to The Magnificent of this
". Florida, thence running east parallel southwest 1 of northeast } section 1, him by". H. and Sarah Gleason, Steamships Line are appointed to sail as follows, :

: with the line of said Orange street to Indian township 21, south range 34 east, Con thence west 54 chains and 22 links,south i'From Jacksonville to New(Standard Time.)

River, thence south along the margin taining_ 40 acres; northeast 1 of northwest 730, west to 'lands owned by Henry G. TCESDAT4. THURSDAYS SmIDAYS.YorK. From New York to Jacksonville.
: of said river fifty-two and one-half section 2, township 21, south Street and Timothy Street,thence northerly CALLING AT CHARLESTON.) Monday,Wedneada* FricUja I'ttrt,E BJrcr

: feet, thence west parallel with said south range 34 east, containing 41 acres; south- along said eastern boundary line of CHEROKEE: Sunday. Dec... 1. at ll:00a.m (CALLING AT CHABLE TOi)
> line of orange street to the east line of Tuesday S, at 1:00 p.m DELAWARE Friday Dee. 2 S.-00 tv. nSJOO
at
of .
J northwest
west section 2 G. and
J town- lands of Henry Timothy Street SOLE Thursday, 5, at 2:00 p. m IROQUOIS, as
.. Friday 8 at ; p
Washington ,
avenue, thence north ship 21, south range & east, containing 52 chains and 27 links to the northwest DELAWARE -. Sunaday, 8, at 5:00 a. m YEMASSEE,; Monday, 9, at *-O p.; M
the
said line
of I
along east said IROQUOK
avenue 40 acres; southeast i of southwest 1 corner of said Grants lands, thence east YEMASSEE Thursday, ., 12, at 7:00 L m CHEIMJKEE.8EMIXOLE Wed'achy, 11. at S.-00 p. .
and Sunday, 15 ..
fifty-two one-half feet to the pointof at lu.oo pm .
.. Ftidar. 13, at 3M p
beginning. Including also the building -'. section 32, township 20, south range 35 73, west 54 chains and 22 links to the CHEROKEE Tuesday, 17. at 11:00 a m DELA ARE Monday.Wed'aday. .. J'at 3GOP.
r thereon, and the Ice-machine, boiler east containing 40 acres; west|of south- point of beginning, containing 30363-100 SEMINOLE DELAWARE,, -- Thursday, "" 12. at 1:00 P m IROOUOIa, 18. at 3jOO p. m
_ Sunday
4 mid all material and machinery necessary' east t section 31, township 20, south acres, more or less, the same being the ICOQUOIS. .* Sunday 24 22., at at 4:00 5-00 a a m m YEM'SSKECUEKOKEZ.-. Friday Monday, '"" 20 la, at at 84)0 3:00) p. R as

to run the same as operated by the de range 35 east, containing 80 acres; lot 3, north half of tract of land set; off to Sep- YEMASSEE Thursday "" 2S, at. 7:00 pm SEMiNOLE _' Wed'atlay. N 2s.,; at 8;(\0 p.p. "

fendants, herein. Terms cash. section 31, township 20, south range 35 tima Morel by the circuit court of the SEMINOLE CHEROKEE .- Tueaday Sunday,, .. :9 31., at at 1 10:00::00 a m DELAWARE, .. Holiday, .* 18, at 1:00 P M
Witness my hand Titusville,Florida, east, containing 47.acres;; north part lot 7th Judicial Circuit of the State of DELAWARE. Thursday, Jan.. 2,.,%t 1:00 p oon In IROQUOIS Uo MUy. M 30. at -3.-00 p- al

''a .his.. the 25th day'of Nov. A. D: 1889. 2, section 36, township 20, south range Florida. IROQUOIS, I Thursday, 5. at 4:00 a. m

,. SEWARD F. GRAY. 54 east containing 43$ acres; north J of Said sale is ordered for distributionamong For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to

Special Master In Chance lots 1 and 3,section 6, township. 20,south the heirs of said deceased and 1" A. LF.SLIE. 8n1>t.. Jacksonville: T. o. EO}$. Trame !( I
f. JONES & ATKINSON*.v, range 35 east, containing 93 SHOO) acres. will be made before the Court_House ,JOHN L.HOWARD. J!General, cnn1l1e. F. 11. 1RONMONG anIJ'n' .Bowling F. P.d"Grwu.1\.Tortr J. kOa. ..
32-Ct Solicitors: for\Complainant., The following-described land situated [ Florida WM. P. CLYDE_ CO. Asent 11 Mouth Wharves, :5. Bew
.. door in Titusville, ,.r during the .- line Green, New York.. srt PhUade1pbla. .. #.. I .-

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t is, ,:addition to my very, Complete. : THE MUSIC HOUSE OF. FLORIDA. r

Stock of' HERE WE ARE AGAIN w
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.It S'tap1e.cb.Fan.oy A. B. CAMPBELL .

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Jacksonville, Fla. 1


J W ROGERS & CO.
GROCERIES Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos, Haines

HOW? Bros.1 Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &
Before and White Organs and Chicago
an intelligent, appreciative Cottage,
has
"Can the world know a man a good .
*tft
thin unless he advertises the'possession ourselvesand Organs.
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discriminating public
present
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of it. -V A unwnvtv*W. '
HAY & GRAIN ...... I will Sell and Deliver at yrtur nearest .
-""'- make our bow, announcing that wear station High Grade /< '

i in Effect Nov. 17, lss9. candidates for their favors, good
s of this line run on Central Stand- *1II44I J L
Trims wishes and cash.
.21 1meJ and 1V.arrive and S.and F. &depart w. Union from the de- Dry Goods & NotionsLADIES' PIANOSt1I I
;
T
t WRITE US As blood is thicker than water, so is a

r" West India Fast Mail. i cash better than credit. We propose to '
wherever you live,and OR
h o.21 No' 14 get out of the old ruts, and Sell our .
m-.Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m we will ship you a

U 1 40p 38 p jn..tGreen Cove Spring..o 21 a m a fine instrument on 15 Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

i S go p m..........Palatka.4 25 aIn 1 Days' Test Trial in Cash. ORGANS.'L-

S 30 P m........ ...Seville .........-3 02 a m DRESS your own home.
..IkLand Junction..2 03 amt
m S
413 p -
49 We handle a first-class line ofOlotliing
23 p m..Oranjee City unc..1 a m

i 15 p m..........Sanford-..........1 15. in FOR LESS MONET than any other home in the y.
f 13 p m......A..Orlando..........11 40 p m I '* United States. I Will ship a Piano or Organ to "-
GOODS any honest man or woman, on trial aud it not
60 .
T 20 p m.-/Kissimmee- p m satisfactory I will,ray freight beta ways. $25
jflljpm..........Tampa........... 7 30 p m cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and 1 1G each and
10 45 p m.,.Ar Port Tampa Lv- 6 30 p mPalhnan NO CASH REQUIREDUntil $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal'
Buffet SleeplD -Cars between ANDMILLINERY Both and Order.
f Ready-made to terms anyone can own a iuatrun-ent. Send for
York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stops you have tested and approved. Our freight FREE CATALOGUE containing full information'
5ev .. '
KtBimmee for Nos. 14 and 27oonnect .. both ways if instrument fails to please in eiiber Sheet Music.Strings,Violin., Banjos Guitars, Ac- ,
jj supper. style, price or quality. Ours the yours only
riskl cordeons, and in fact, Musical Instrument '
at Port Tampa with Plant Steam. to give fair and full test, and buy y pleased. OurGents' every # :
that is made and at very low prices. Send for com. } '.
Aip! Linf for Key West and Havana. Ship plete Catalogues. I have 20,000 pieces of Choice .',
, afl from Port Tampa on Mondays and 40,000 Southern Homes :Music at 10 ceuts-per copy. '0
arrival of trains. No. 2 Furnishing Department A. B. Jacksonville Fla. 5
flmrdty on Supplied by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL s Campbell, .
.
connects at Palatka Junction with the Florid PL/AfN, first introduced in the South by us. Fair-
I Ic Railway. est method of sale possible,and a great benefit to Iran without says he has the W..L.Doxpla(
*Southern those at a distance who cannot visit our ware-rooms Is Complete. Nobby Hats from Shoes name and price ,
the bottom, put him down aa a
fgin BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND ALL RISK SAVEDBy first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the ., ..
.
DELAND. .;t. ]J
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FURNISHING GOODS and :: : : <
GENTS' most fastidious. Trunks Valises
L'DeLand No3O No32 No34 No3G No38 this trial plan,and purchasers absolutely assured ,,' \;,--
8:50a 2:20p 4:15p perfect instruments at the very lowest Hand Satchels too low to
12:35p
1 nc on-4:45p possible cost. Selling only the best Instru- quote. .
ArDcLand4:40a9:10al2:50p 2:35p7:05p ments made,that will stand the most severe and tx
comprehensive tests,we do not fear to send them out For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we cannot
No31 No33 No35 No37 No39 on trial. and let them stand solely on their merits.
1
All we ask is the privilege of shipping on ap be excelled in the
8:20a 11:30a county.
_-DeLand3:40a l:52p 3:50p
CLOTHING proval. No suit, no pay. Our freights if we fail.
1r Deland
Junction.3:35a 8:40a ll:45a 2:07p 4:10p EASY TO BUYFrom We earnestly ask an inspection of our '';
Trains 38 and 39 run daily. Nos. 30 y. .:" "';
Wednesdays and us by correspondence. No matter whethervou Goods before buying elsewhere. 1't .
sod 31 run on Mondays, .
.
live either ten or a thousand miles from us.1Ye '
Fridijs only. Nos. 34 and 35 run to and hip to all Southern States. Our system is
J gram Beresford on Mondays, Wednesdays perfect. Price in plain print and alike to all. J. W. Rogers & Co. .. ; ",,
MB!Fridays. All others daily except SunEj. Hats Discounts One price only.from makers No more prices., no less.All competition Large- e 0 : .

met. outfits free.11 freight
south Florida -Accommodation.Jfo. paid. F isinstallments.. Every inducement that "
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any fair dealing: house can offer. d'
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No. G6. n\ t
] 23. ; : .
130 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 15 p in Boots Write for Valuable Information. .EL RAY -'t.J.:>

9 33 a m...Green Cove Spring..5 16 p m Catalogues, Circulars, Special S.
,: 10 35 a m.........-Palatka-.........4 25) p m Fail Ofters-l8&9. Copy of new W. L. DOUCLAS 1

./ 1139: a m............Seville.........-3 03 p m Sharps and Flats t
.. DeLand Junction ...2 11 inII41 Paper FOR
U SHOE
30pm. p
Address $3 ,
p m... Orange City June ...2 03 p m Shoes ALL FREE. TITUSVI LLE, FLA.Oen'l GENTLEMEN. ..

S 35 P m.........Titusville.........11 57 am Best GENUINE In the world.HAND-SKWED Examine hiss5.o0 SHOE, .
120p m..Ar Sanford Lv......1 30 p m (WDEN &<< HAYES 84.00 83.50 HAND-SEWED POLICE AND FARM WELT EKV SHOE.SHOE.
No 23 connects .
Daily except Sunday. 82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.'SHOE.
Nato with Florida Southern Railway. 82.25 SvoizelxG.>rAx's .
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MUSIC HOUSE 82.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOESAll \ '
SOUTHERN
Connection made also with Indian Jewelry Merchandise made In Congress: Button and Lace.
Eirer steamers at Titusville to and from Perfumery DOUGLAS
landings on Indian River. SAVANNAH, CA. W. L. '. .
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JekioiiYiIlc and Sanford Accom S3 SHOE L A bOrE s.

modation.No. .MY SON STORE. Best Material.. Best Style. Best Fitting. t.
'i .15 No. 78 Cutlery U not sold br your dealer write -.
'I W. L. DOUGLAS BRO XTON. MASS t.
S 35 p m-Lr Jacksonville Ar-12 40 p m Deal with the men who advertise. You Examine W. L.Douglas $2 Shoes for .
I 3 33 p m .Green Cove Spring.- 37 a m will never lose by it."-BEN. FRANKLIN. "

4 30 P m......,...Palatka.........10 45 a m 49--Write L, &B. S. M.H.about it. -v:1.: I propose to keep Gentlemen. :
5 40 P m..8eville .... ... 9 36 a m Tin FOR SALE BY : 'j
' 8 38 p m__Deland Junction... 8 44 a m Crockery '
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} 6 49 p m-.0range City J un c... 8 30 a m A First-Class Stock C. HECTOR, ;
7 SO p m..Ar Sanford Lv..... 7 55 a m
\ Melbourne, Fla J'5.:
Daily except Sunday. *
No.78 connects at Palatka Junction with and -:o:- -1I1fT''i, '
Florida Southern Railway. Wood -oFGROCERIES- For Caleb ,:.; _.

lord and Lake Eustis Railway. U. D. HENDRICKSON,. .. .

LEAVE ARRIVE Lake Worth, Fla.
So.81 No.83 No. 80 No 82 NOTICE. r'

T40 pm >fcOO a m-Sanfordw&lQ a 1:10 p m Willow Ware LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.FLA.,\ THE INTERNATIONAL r
>fcBl: p m &3Q a m..Paola..7:59a 12:47 pm Oct. 26th, 1889. / ; r
*U p m Ih22( a nLSorrento7:34a 12:17 pm Notice is hereby given that the follow- TYPEWRITER+! ': :' ::1

iSpmlh48: ( a mMt Dora.7:22a 12:03 pm GARDEN ing-named settler has filed notice of his
W p mll:10 a m.Tavares-7:10a 11:50 pm SEEDS, intention to make final proof in supportof
Daily except Sunday. No. 18 connects I his claim, and that said proof will be
at Baaford with West India Fast Mail..No. made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit DRY GOODS 4 ;

connecte at Sanford with Jacksonville: Court at Titusville Fla., on December20th ,, ,
.sad Sanford accommodation for ppints FERTILIZERS 1889, viz: Alexander Forester, olFlo.

Sorth. Titusville! ... .. TT,1. No.. 10249... -for- the
& ---- -
Indian River Express. lot 1, Sec. 1, Tp. 20, S. of R. 35 E. NOTIONS ,
.' Ko.27 No. 78 ETC., He names the following witnesses to 4TT.T:

U 40 p.nuLv.Jacksonville.Ar_12 40 p m prove his continuous residence upon, '

i 30 p m..........Palatka.........10 45 a m and cultivation of, said land, viz: Hen- Hens' Ladies' & Chflclrciis' T
a 30 p 1D..8eville........... 9 36 a m added Complete Line of Brock Revels of Titusville, Fla.; r '
I have a .... .
Butler
Fla. Camp-
h of Shiloh
Fut ; fat
US .DeLand Junction... 8 44 a m ry "
l49pm..M..Entejprise p ......... 7 b8 a m bell, George Hunt, of Haulover, Fla. y .yI .': 1t./;) .
to P 1D..Ar Titusville Lv... 5 45 a m ALEXANDER LYNCH, SEOE'S. al.. -

Daily except Sunday. Steamers leave Ti- FURNITUREIA 29. Register.

d terriUe daily except Sunday, for. all pointsI ALSOCROCKERY A strictly first-class machine. Fully n
I to NOTICE.
Inditn River Melbourne
as far south as war ranted. Made from very best material : r "
at 6m a m. Steamers leave Melbourne LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE FLA,\ by skilled workmen. and with the ..
Mondays and Fridays at 5:00tatter Nov. 18th 1889. / GLASSWARE '
Wednesdays ,, best tools that have ever been devised
all points south as far as Jupiter, BEDS, Complaint hating been entered at this for thc purpose. Warranted to do all .a "'

fie ing then with stage for Juno and all BEDDING, ETC.I office by George W. Storey against that can" be reasonably expected of the ,
1IIding;on Lake Worth. James Booth, Jr., for abandoning his HARDWARE i very best typewriter extant. Capable- .' 1
.JlaJYu River Expr ss. Agent for the Celebrated homestead entry No. 14.234, dated May of writing 150 words per minute-ormore. >' ;
\o.27 91_ No. 78 am 16th, 1884 upon the west i of southwest, AND .-according to the ability of the ;.;
12 40 nuXv Jacksonville Ar-12 40 p m Orange Box. j of section 25, and east i of southeast operator.. S, :,

Jwpm...-\r 'Palatka Lv...::10 45 a m Bangor } of section 26, township 28 south, range Price, $100.00. .. .;
*Wpnl..... Palatka Ar...- 9 35 p m Can supply them in car lots or less onshortnotice 37 east, in Brevard county,Florida,with Ship Chandlery Goods. If there is no agent in your' nd "!- ;

J lOOp m..........Orm ond.......... 6 25 p m Terms made. a view to the cancellation of said entry; dress the manufacturers, _" <
p m.....A r Daytona Lv.- 6,00 a m the said parties are hereby summoned to, i THE PARISH 3IFG. C8,, "
Mr except Sunday. Will also carry the Double Dressed appear at this office on the SOih day of These will 4 be the main features of my I Agents Wanted. PARISH. N. Y.- =
o'clock to
December 1SS9, at ten a. m.,
BcWts No. x
on sale at City Ticket Office, orders for ,
the best made. business, but sent me anything -
Crate concern- '
*fat Bay street and at Union depot. Vegetable respond and furnish testimony in STENOGRAPHY and TYPEWRITING -
kept any FREE .
**ALARSEBD, G.-D. ACKEBLY, Vegetable Paper. ing said alleged abandonment. ville will hePp Pt19filled. FREE. First- ;
Orange Wraps, ALEXANDER LYNCH, Register.
Pass.AgtJACK
Supt. Gen. class facilities and best teachers. Address -
15'" SHIPSIAN Receiver.
V. J. 9
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'. General Manager. ETC. with stamp for return postage,
before LaRue P. Ely,
-- .' Depositions
THE PARISH MEG. (;0.,
-. L ASH A. G. CHAPPELL. I am Agent for the notary public, at Melbourne. Fla.' on Will buy Frnits .Eggs Chickens Parish, N. Y.
Friday. Dec. 20, 1889, at 10 a. m. 32 \ ...

110. E. CHASE & CO., Bradlv.. Fertilizers J. Mc.ALLLSTER i >
Produce customersor r
Or any Country my '
NOTICE.LAND .
EAU GAIXIE .
AND friends may bringto
SlIP CHANDLERY SEED MEAL.I OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLA.,\ market.I Is prepared to Sink ARTESIAN
COTTON November 18th, 1889. J WELLS at anyplacebetween GeorJ ana
.y HARDWARE Complete Stock of these Complaint having been entered at this and St. Lucie; 75c. per foot to 300ft. ': }
carry a ask for share of the public patronage -
a
Rob-
office by John F. Highsmith against Will contract to any depth.EACOTT < '
Goods. ert Densler for abandoning his homestead and come as a supplicant; not a
Up fire nODe.Ri@l1 is '' 4th 1886 die tator asking for your favors.If .
. 1 Quick Sales and Small Profiits my entry No. 16833, dated June ,
1 upon lots 2, 3 and 4, section 9, township courteous treatment,good & CO. .* .
... .....L1IIDS.'it Motto. 44, S. range 43 E, in Dade county, Fla., goods and low figures' IS'.. ; .

kT DePoe &. Co.'s P aints, Tule Write for prices or Call pn me before with a view to the cancellation of said en- .the candidate for TTTUSVIIXE' FLA., -'

Anchors.en. Tent & Awning Co., placing your orders.1 try to appear; the said at this parties office are on hereby the 30th summoned day of I. public then favor Pm TIN&: SflEETIRON ORKERS..t .

-- December 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m., tojrespond elected ..
1 01T RU Q* ALL xnms.ndenee'So1icited. and furnish. testimony concerning .
Plow Co. HOOFING :
said alleged abandonment. Agent for Chattanooga GUTTERING, ,
Telephone Yours Respectfully, ALEX. LUCK, Register. Chilled Plows and SugarCane 0 ,And Manufacturing:of Tin Ware.

V.J. SnrpJtAN, Receiver.' Mills.n '.
a88 90 E Bay St., GEO. B.. RUMPH, .Depositions before Hoagland,Notary GALVANIZED: WORK, '" 'x.

Public at Lake Worth,:Ha., on December20th '$ IIg :Et.llV.- And Pcpairin1'of all kl'
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'CKULLE, PLAN TIT IYSYILLE, PLA. ,,1889;at 10 a&'me 32 a'
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', THE FLORIDA THURSDAY DEC. 12 1889. ,
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.. Drowned.. A shooting affray among the negroes : F:

i citizens of Titus- created a sensation in our quiet neighborhood -. il;' ; '
; Last Friday morning ; f-t :_. CHEAP 1EADING'r :
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yule were shocked when they heard that in which one of the number was ". cd' .,::. ; :

Homer Lapham was drowned, his body wounded in the arm.
having been discovered by Donnie MacDonald Services were announced for Friday r

about.ten o'clock that morning evening but the train, in trying catch.. rxf All Standard and Current Novels

while the noon train was switching up up" lost time, whirled our worthy domi- ."
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and down the railroad wharf. He informed nies onward and we were left in the lurch. .

George Paddison that there was The meeting of the M.I. Society came .. ZfJl at the uniform Price, 8c.

: _,' a'jnan floating in the river on the north off Saturday with a good program and a

..: 'side of the wharf,about half-way between good audience. We hope for the same > rtj Regular Price, 25<:. to 50c.

., the end of the wharf and the shore. Several next which will I-
; : at our meeting, occur on 4 II
''i persona at once went after a boat the evening the 14th. ,,- I '
Sod when found the body was almost Christmas GOOds -I
full
Eev. James Bolton preached to a IIgs
S :. ',.submerged, the head being in the grass
house last Sunday evening. We are always -
; 3rJ5 the feet floating. The body was recognized glad to have him among us, and he NOW IN.

as being that of Homer Lapham is appreciated by both young and old. .
liftedin the boat and the >at 1..1
as soon as Jx
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His talk to the school Monday morningwas 1
p was carried to the steamer Rockledge, both instructive and interesting.La ZIt rtj .. THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR

where a coroner's jury was sworn in by mE
.
,' Dr. B. R. Wilson and, after a deliberate Grange. .1Tf'... +JW. J" IE:*. TTJDEl.N"DE3Bt, Propr1.e"tor.

counsel, the jury rendered a verdict that JIr W. S. Norwood visited. Mrs. Julia s

K the deceased came to his death by ,accidental Coleman.Dr. o; 0w ;;;;:::jJ

drowning, Mr. A. C. Gardner be- Thornton is about ready to com- 0 GEORGE M.'BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. H. ROLLED
ing foreman. There were no marks of mence grinding cane. Atty.-at-Lawr. Atty.-at-Law. Notary Pubhc"t

violence upon the body to*show any at- m Robbins Graham: d3. Rollinia
The little flower garden at the schoolhouse
: tempt at foul play. His watch had been 2M s
has a very neat appearance. g o REAL ESTATE DEALERS,
torn from its pocket, evidently by his 1-
hand while struggling in the water. and Andrew Froscher has returned from rh c3 ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD A EXCHANGED.

accompanying the body of Homer Lap- Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
Indian RicerBank
Ik,a receipt Jor a deposit in Z ham to Merritt. P. O. Box, 250,
dollars in anda
about
seven money TI\
Sub-Tropical souvenir ticket were Andrew Carlile came near losing his Y1 : TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLORIDA.

fouud in his pockets and numerous.other horse a few days ago, it haying had a severe -0 .Him:t <. ..

little things. attack of the colic. We Buy and Sell all I kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list it

No one had seen him after about twoo'clock Messrs. Russell&Jack paid their c carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County. .
grove .... .t RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of:any Pr .
_ in the afternoon of Thursday, a flying visit the other day, the train n .. : fJl perty on Indian Ri\"er.

when he came up to the railway stationfor waiting for them-so report says. ;.>> PQW D Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are untquilW,
some tools to do work on the steamer The relatives of Homer Lapham have fQ: .,... and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchastn*ao
I Cleo which boat he was engineer. It 'U = I-t P may favor us with their patronage.
on the deepest sympathy of their friends in Ct-t w.f..t No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
is supposed that on bis return or later La Grange in their sad bereavement. 0 Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of lev.

that afternoon while going up or coming I Rev. A. B. Cohen held services here i z i0 priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet."I
down the wharf that, feeling suddenlyill s CDor-
last SundaB, a clear course of rea- If1 rq
he may bavrcrossed to the north side : soning he showed that the pleasures of !B x j w GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretiry.

the wharf to sit down and, probably being piety were far greater than worldly pleas- tJ H O BreVarc1. A.bs'trao't of Titlo Oo.,

taken worse, fell into the water, ures.We 0 0m Incorporated A. D. 1889.
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which is not more than three feet deep, hear that Mr. Jurnigan, who is> cd CAPITAL. STOCK, $5OOO ; FULLY PAID ; A OX-ASS ESS ABLE.
about to settle in our midst has met witha ftD
,
and drowned. No one recollects havingseen sad loss, one of his little ones having toft Q) Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and oOc. for each *Jdditional -
him later than the time he was up been killed by Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same,TU,WIG
falling
on a penknife,
O o3 .
to the railway station,although his watch which penetrated the heart. 0 for the first additional and oOc. for each succeeding transfer.

topped at eleven o'clock'hich, had it In school No. 1 the following pupils J.i .5 2 &Q Taxes Paid for Non-Residents.
been running at the time he fell in, would had perfect recitations the past week: A ) c3 fio3 g For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry tad
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s show that he was drowned at nearly mid- grade, Elbert Frosher, Coleman and Car- IJ.t (m oj Ow Sale.annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss bjTu
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i It i is thought though, rie Mendel, Bessie Feaster and Janie *
generally
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night.
5? Box 25O TUusville Fla.
I Johnson; B grade, John and Mary Car- mi. 0 .rH O 0 ,
that he must have fallen in some time in I lile, Jerome and Jakie Feaster, Green CDO (Y Srh
the afternoon or he would have been no- Coats, Bert Johnson, Lena Mendel and I-LI M -
E. L. :E3R..A..DYGroceries
ticed by the many; people traveling up Mabel Allaire; C grade, Sallie and Julia I. -I
and down the wharf. Feaster, Gertrude Mendel], Carrie Fros- b J'I.
cher, Henry Carlile and Lee Coats; D ,-I K Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer I
His relatives, who live at Merritt, arrived r 5 ,
grade, Charles Carlile, Thomas G. Ellis, r'-I CDA ,
here Friday evening and the body Myers Froscher and Trezvant Feaster. It\ .f-j
was placed in a casket and carried to Coleman Mendel spelled down the school 22 ItIPI ETC.I .
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t that place, where the burial occurred and Bert Johnson, Julia Feaster and HaoH :: call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple wi (
Charles Carlile tLeir grades. v V Fancy
Saturday morning. The deceased was a 4

most exemplary youug man, beloved by SLUoh'a Catarrh Bemedj-a positive cure for C* WTiJ Groceries Fruit and Food Products
tarrh Diptheria and Canker Month. ,
Sold by Dick
all who rnew him. By trade he was a son & Grej, Titusville. ,Fla. ; :ZrTiIt Of all kinds. Also my Stock of
good engineer and a natural mechanic cd
The Eev. "eo.H.Thayer,"of Bourbon, Ind, say: 'C 1-4 IfcaL
a having had a love for machinery and en- "Both mjp lf and wife owe our lives to Sbiloh'g 5 oA cd Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Heal, Ground Food & ,
He had circle of Consumption CUre." Sold by Dickson & Grey,Ti-
gineering. a large tuville,Fla.YOUNG:: ... "' m p U] I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of (
friends who will mis. him in our town, cd rL2m Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solid

r and their heartfelt sympathies go out to ORANGE GROVE,.. gCD ft:1 your patronage. Very truly,
the bereaved family at home. His age O E. L. BRADY.
was about 23 years. Well located on Indian River; payingnet m ,11 m CTI '

From our Cocoa correspondent: 10 per cent. now. Price,$3,000. rt 0 "

r The announcement of the death ofMr.Homer Bargain. Answer quick. CDJ Dry Goods Carpets Mattings!

Lapham, which took place ADDRESS, BOX 246,TITUS 3 J ,

by drowning at Titusville 'last Friday Second-Hand Buck-Board a .9a woo

r night, was received here with sorrow by OIL CLOTH.
his many friends, and the deepest sympathy In good state of repair, for Sale, Cheap. O' 0 gG

Is felt by all for the bereaved fam Apply to
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Kohn & Co.
: ily. Mr. Lapham spent much of his time S. II. RAY, Titusxille. Fla. :!mo mQ Furchgott ,

:! at Cocoa and had warmly attached himself ..

to all with whom he came in contact. m I! JACKSONVILLE: ,

His sudden death cast a gloom over the THE BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD $:I Ef Offer at all times Great Inducements it the above-mentioned Article*.
entire community and every store here \ rL2M

t was closed during the funeral services, FOR THE MONEY! 0 03 rg .f-4 Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Turcomans Sipa Rif

/which took place Saturday morning at 000Gio .
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.,the home of Sir. A. ?. Lapham, fatherof .....ONLY $20.52!! s and Mats. ,' .'1

the deceased. The funeral was largely They carry a large Stock, and and are able to compete with prices norttu 1 s jt
attended_ and many beautiful flowers visiting Jacksonville do not fail to call on them, or write to them if you area .

were placed by loving hands upon the ;;;;;;;;;;; tt | want of goods.

of him who so' had been rk KOHN: : :
grave lately so $8 For a 14K. Gold SalCM : : FURCHGOTT: & CO.,
full of life and happiness. Mr. Laphamwas Filled, v 31or.
Open Face and Pine
Bay Streets dacksOl >f ilIe.
a member of the Masonic Lodge .1,,"1C Stem Wind, Screw fc> M ,

which was recently organized here,and num Back and front case U rPtQ- mm J. PHITCHABD.President. ..

E he was buried with Masonic rites by the with an m JACKSONVILLE MOKEAn4 ca.
\\". M. BROWN,Cashier. f
acting Masons of this lodge. The ceremonies -

ful.ive and beauti- 4 movement.ELGIN OR WALTHAM gE-t INDIAN RIVER BANK. JaJInMoa1UlMtlU..


came fcjpifety Point, Tropic, Merritt, Case warranted by iieaalIrea ....-

Rockledge,' Brantley and elsewhere to makers ror217ean.WA.TCHES D si Titusville, Florida.A Feads

attend the funeral, sent .0-4 GEHERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRA5SACTED. -
&. I 11tH to any point of the M ;aa3 Lawn Fad
VICINITY ITE3IS.Minis. eoontrywhere there Ct-t cd Xarbie.Granite .
Exchange bought and sold. Special and ..
Is an Express Office orlJ .
prompt attention given to collections. Loans
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C. O. D.*abj.ct to ;..,.. CD .. negotiated on first mortgage for Savings .
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i : Mr. ,Roberts has erected a stable and s..n. Banks,Corporations and Individuals. Inter Onys
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inspection be for.'purehadDcwhea est allowed time deposits. .
wagon shed this week. ". cd Advances made n n available collateral. atLiirdc&tZZWhy..

Mr Charles Magruder arrived here ,order It accompan 0.. .. Approved Drafts' on business all parts paperjdiscoonted.of Europe. .
from the Business done at Jacksonville rates. $tW )IaateII.
Saturday west Coast.
led by 50c. to pay .' f-4 .r-f Every favor,consistent with sound ysttd..3
Mr. Brit Mims has been to Jacksonville Express charges. 5 03 banking, cheerfully extended. fraoA .

,- where he purchased a fine mule .J. JJ.J.J.JJ.J J..1 .. CORRESPONDENTS:Bank Jacksonville, G &>
Jacksonville Fla. ,
... ; The Seaboard National
and. brought home with him. n...............ink dsrsr.osa '.,;, CD Bank.New York. ::s
sod rwtsQmWdt CD
There will be school exhibition .: ..
a at ,..Q' .p O. O" 3 3 1CTORHaidware :
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the school house.Tbursda1 evening, Dec. tar an Hhistrsled tatalogne.i. -, ,' j:

19th Mr.., and Our Mrs.friends Slrahan'are. ,all' .'.kftus invited.. Friday WM. H. SPECK, -r JEELER : ,:j:::.:;, 'd'S w and,

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evening forRockled ge to attend the quarterly ,Cer..Lemon and Front StsFLORIDA. .. ; : P-t
meetings the 3L:E.(Church South. .r'ZL ,' ; toL General Produce
PALATE&. : of kinds otTflinti Hearth ,.". .. .' '
Mr. Robert Mims, with Jiissisterin- .- --- ... .rc =antng aaMa oI111ze,naa.Sea4 .er--
.laicirs.'Qooperand little Susie rot ., ,
daughter ,
(... ,'fij of," Savanaab,were'visitors in Mims,.. $525&.gent&I *profits forfeit per, Sew month portraits will prove Jut ':;:- MERCHANT.t + eM of Via IoocII h are,at tD.-4.r.the-t.m1 sa bnimlaaa. t1IM.&IIIIIJe ....bra... --
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