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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1890
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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LOCAL LACOXICS. Windsor sateens (the best), 13c. The -lOoz. duck. 13c.; 8oz., lie. Bazaar. I -Mr. Joseph L. Guernsey, of Orlando, -Remember that G. Nolle pays the '

You may smoke, you 'may"chew, Bazaar, Titusville.Mrs. -Big bargains fo misses' cloaks. The I was a visitor to our town last Friday.Mr. highest cash price for furs and skins. Op-

Use snuff,. if you will, ':' H. B. Hersey spent the Christ- Bazaar, Titusville. D. H. Yancey, of Tavares, was posite S. H. Ray's store.

But the price of tobaccoIs '. mas holidays with friends at in town last at the -Our local the of
coming down still. Courtney.Mr. -J. S. Watson & Co.,have just received Thursday, stopping mentioning weight

Two plugs Climax, 15c., at the Bazaar. S. M. Lorimier, who spent a fine lot seed potatoes.Mr. View.Morey. Mr. Henry Titus'baby as being 11 Ibs. "
11 II to in last week's STAR is mistake it should =
Christmas with his family at Jacksonville started the Money Money a .
cloaks $2.00 to $4.00. Thefir L. C. Oliver on noon
isses' ,
_}! loan real Robbins & have read 6 Ibs.
Titusville.10 returned to town Friday. train Tuesday for a visit Waycross, on estate. Apply to }
Several Ga. be several Graham, Titusville, Fla. -I am now well supplied with Bangor
saved building lots for sale eitheron to absent for days. ,
cent. by trading
to 50 per the instalment plan or for cash. Ap- -The machinery for the ice factoryof -Mr. Thos. Dyke, of Edinburgh, has I Orange Boxes. Can fill any order. Or; .

lt the Bazaar..Mr. ply to Mrs. M. E. Titus,Titusville. Messrs. Wetmore and Gladwin has been appointed assistant purser on board I ange wraps, Vegetable paper; also vegetable
H. P. Dye, of Lake Worth, was the steamer St. Lucie. Mr. C. H. Watson crates on hand. GEO. B. RUMPH.
-Hats for every child, youth and man been shipped, and is expected to arrh'ehere
in town this morning. skirts in-Brevard county, away down cheap, at at no distant day. I needed help badly.Mr. -Mr. Chas. H. Nauman, of Clifton,

-Save your furs and and send the Bazaar. -Quite a number of hands are at work : F.G. Huckabay,of Jacksonville, arrived in town Tuesday with some or-
to J. S. Watson & Co. They pay connected with the Drew Hardware Com- from his fine and
them anges grove remembered
-Mr. J. S. Brown and wife, of Den- day and night repairing the boiler of the
the highest cash price.Mr. pany of that city, has been in town since the STAR office with a sack of fine
ver, Colorado, arrived here on Mondayand Georgiana, which was condemned by the
F. B. Sackett leased the Indian last Thursday, but returned to the metropolis fruit.
took a trip to Tropic and Rockledgenext : inspectors last week. This steamer will
Hirer Hotel, yesterday, from the owner, morning. soon be ready to resume her usual run. yesterday. -Mr. W. I. Metcalf, of Melbourne, ar-

}lr. D. S. Hutchinson, for twelve months. Make known your wants to J. S. -Conductor Dearborn informs us that -Early Vermonts, Early Rose, BUR- rived in town last night, having accompanied -

-U you have any furs and skins for Watson his BANKS, Beauty of Hebron, SNOW FLAKE Mr. R. W. Andrews and the remains -
& Co. Theirs are 19, and yours train on Monday morning started out
G. Nolle. He the Potatoes-choice seed. Address at of the deceased Mrs. Andrews
sale take them to pays of once as
may outnumber theirs, and they can Jacksonville with 115 passengers bound
for them. GEO. B. RUMPH. far Jacksonville.
cash price OppositeS as
highest help you. for South Florida. Quite a number of I 'II;

H. Ray's store. -1,000 otter skins, 5,000 coon skins, them reached Indian River. -Miss Katie Paddison returned last -J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the
-Messrs. J. E. M., A. R., and H. U. -Mr. Saturday from a short visit to :Mrs. Ma- pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor-
5,000 alligator hides: and all deer and Sherman Singleton has now
Hodgson, Willie and George Gleason, opossum skins wanted at G. Nolle's, op- charge of the new force of yard hands gruder's at Rockledge, and says she had a ida,is now operatingat Lake Worth, Fla.,
Houston and Capt. Bennett, of most pleasant time at a dance there held where all communications may be addressed f.;
George posite S. H. Ray's store. which have been placed here to take *
Gallie were in town Friday last. last Friday evening. and information received.Mr. *
Fan of the and trains
charge
freight
-Mr. Jno. S. Charleson, of Canton, passenger ..
-On Sunday next, Jan. 5th, Rev. Jas. I Ohio, arrived in town on Sunday evenings when they arrive. -Rev. Francis E. Shober, of Barry- W. V. Rhoads, a friend of Mr.

Bo1ton will preach in the new Methodist' tram, and left Monday morning for -We hear that Mr. J. A. :Miller and town, N. Y., who has been staying at and Mrs. Eacott, arrived at the Indian

Church, of this place, at 11 o'clock a. m., Eau Gallic, :Malabar and other points family have rented the Vincent cottage, I Eau Gallie for some time past, gave the River Hotel, Friday evening ,last, from

also at Minis at 7 p. m. All are invitedto down the river. on Main street, and will reside there tem- STAR a call last Friday on his way north.M. Cincinnati, Ohio, and left for Rockledgenext
attend. B. Bunnell, brick-layer and morning, where he will, probably,
porarily. Mr. Miller will seem lost with-
-Captain Mercier is installed
now as remain all the winter.
-The residence of" Dr. W. S. Graham mate of the steamer St. Lucie while his out something to do, but just what to do plasterer, is prepared to take contracts

YU i the rendezvous for a pleasant little steamer is undergoing the necessary al he has not folly decided upon as yet. anywhere on Indian River. Address -Cabin cat boat for sale, in good order ;
all communications to Titusville, Finn eighteen feet long and foot
; seven
social gathering last Saturday evening, terations in accordance with the require- -Messrs. E. M. Goodall and W. H. y a

when vocal and instrumental music,etc., ments of the government inspectors, who Bennett, of Sanford, Me., arrived here da. 29 cabin. Safe and dry. Ready for imme- .
I I. -Colonel Joseph Rowe, of Hannibal, diate delivery at Eau Gallie or Titus
whiled the time away. condemned the boilers of the Georgiana. Monday evening and are having their
Mo., who has been staying on Indian ville. Entirely suitable for fishing or
-Senator O. B. Chapin and wife, of yacht fitted and provisioned for a
up
-Yesterday being New Year the day
River for a week or eo, is enjoying our hunting trip. Terms reason ble. Ap-
Union, Iowa, friends of Mrs. F. B. Sackett was not generally observed in Titusville cruise down the river. In the absence of
winter weather We
hugely. hope to see ply at once to John Aspinwall. Eau
arrived in town on last night's train, only several of the business houses and Captain Simonson, Mr.' Henry Dreyer is him permanently interested on Indian Gallie. 37 .

and will remain here during the winter. postoffice being closed. New Year calls, attending to the fitting up of the yap ht.Messrs. .

We gladly welcome them to Titusville, as fashion dictates, were dispensed with Laird and Headman, of Sa- River.A I for sale hand- -Mrs. T. F. Kidwell, while watching
new buggy
top ; the train
I outgoing noon last Saturday,
and hope to see them purchase place 1D .this town, and general appearances vannah, were here last Wednesday, somely finished ; factory price, $115. walked off the wooden platform leading
on our river and make it their winter would not*indicate that 1890 had been Thursday and Friday inspecting the
I Will sell it for $90, with a new set of from the railway track to the sidewalk
ushered in. steamers belonging to the Indian River '
harness included. A
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home.Mr. buggy bargain.Can in front of the Grand View, and at firstit
and Mrs. J. 0: Walton and son, -Mr. L. R. Decker has received the Steamboat Company and numerous other be seen at my place-Harry Roberts, was thought she had been severely .. J
Claude who have been staying at the small crafts. The steamer Ramona and
contract for erecting the new brick bank Minis, Fla. 37 hurt by the train ; but, aside from the
Indian River Hote} for a week, "takingin" building, and work will be commencedin Kathleen, of Eau Gallie, were among the -Captain H. Q. Hawley, in his new fright from such a sudden fall, no harm

all the sights of Titusville during the about two or three weeks, or as earlyas number. and comfortable sloop, Mutual Life, accompanied was done.

Christmas holidays, returned to their the material can be placed on the -Cannot we organize a chess club in by Dr. Hutchinson, started
-Rev. C. C. started
Temple Tuesday
home at Eau Gallie on Monday mornings ground. The building will be at the Titusville? We have nearly a dozen resi- I down the river at two o'clock yesterday ..
for Welborn Fla. where
noon ,yesterday,
steamer, well pleased with their I corner of Washington and Hutchinson dents who play this game-enough to afternoon, and as they intend making
the first day of the new year, he was
visit to the county town avenues, directly opposite the residenceof make a most interesting organization.Mr. calls at various places,we presume it will
married to Miss Tilla F. Mickler, of that
-Mrs. J. H.McFaul and her daughter, Dr. J. M. Dixon. ... )I. Goldsmith will be pleased to play be some little time ere they return to place. From there he will attend conference I
Miss of Mr. and Mrs. with anyone in this section. Cannot : town.
Laura relatives
-Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor, of \Ir'l and it is desired by his many
Nesbitt Melbourne arrived in town Ronald or Capt. Hawley take -Mrs. C. F. Fischer has had a painful
of Grand Rapids, Michigan, arrived in town up I friends here that he will be returned to
from Canada Monday evening gauntlet? hand for the past week or so, caused by
Toronto, Saturday evening, and left for.Cocoa, on this district. Mr. Temple's many friends
and stopped at the Grand View Hotel. the steamer White Sunday ,afternoon. Messrs. Herman Fischer and Frank the burrowing of a sand spur under the throughout this section wish him much

They were tired out'after their long Mr. and Mrs. Taylor says that although Houston returned from Jacksonville flesh. It seems almost impossible that so joy and many years of wedded bliss and ,3 .

journey by land and sea, and started for lots of their friends spend the winter in I Sunday morning, whither they went to slight an accident as this should cause so happiness.Mr. .

their destination Melbourne on Tuesday California, they still stick to Indian undergo an examination for color blindness much pain and take so long to cure, but .
morning's steamer. River. Mr. Taylor's genuine hearty before being granted licenses as the physician in charge states that it : T. P. Wallace arrived at this place

,Grand dance will be given at Wager's laugh will be appreciated by many on steamboat pilots. The examination was might have been much worse. Sunday evening with his sloop-yacht

Hall tomorrow (Friday evening), at Indian River. favorable to them, so now they have the -Conductor Dearborn has charge of "Solid Comfort. He came up to meet
the fast mail and passenger train on the Mrs. Wallace and her daughter, Miss Jen-
which music will be furbished by Barra- -Mr. Washburn, of Kentucky, who is requisite licenses.
nie and also his son-in-law Mr. C. B.
Titusville division for week ,
a or so duringthe
ta'. string band, of Jacksonville. The stopping at the Grand View, while out -Messrs. W. J. Black and W. B. i
illness of Conductor Hill. Mrs. Dearborn King, wife and child. Mr. Wallace expected -
committee have made all the necessary fishing Monday afternoon, caught a six- Spiers passed their examination last
arrived here from Jacksonville his party Monday, but their stay .
arrangements for a pleasant time, and teen-pound channel bass with a slight week before the government inspectorsto
Monday evening and will stay in Titus- at St. Augustinq and other points was so-
everyone is looking forward to the event bamboo rod, the tip end of which vas become licensed pilots, and are now
did arrive here
ville for a month to recuperate her health. pleasant that they not
with happy anticipations. It is expectedthat smaller than a lead pencil. He had to qualified to take charge of any steameron .*
The "SolidComfort"
until afternoon.
She finds that this is the place where she Tuesday
number from down the river minutes beforehe this coast. Mr. Jalma Lapham
quite| a play the fish for several pass -
the boat
can regain her health better than any is properly named, as
till be present.Mr. could land him safely with such a ed a creditable examination at the same
other in the State. has accommodations for six to eight per-
of small rod. The fish was served yester- time, as engineer.Mr. .
Howard Stockton president
-
-Since the dissolution of the firm of sons and is very nicely fitted up. She
the Bell accom day at the Grand View, Mr. Washburn C. V. Barton and his mother,
Telephone Company, Oliver & Budge Mr. Oliver takes chargeof was built about a year ago at this place :
; panied by his son, Mr. S. M. Stockton, a tendering his prize for the first dinner at accompanied by Mr. Wm. T. Clerk, Mrn. the lumber business of the former firm by Mr. Stevenson, but Mr.' Wallace> has .

cotton broker; and Mr. S. M. Weld and this house under the new management. C. A. Taylor and two maids, arrived here and will give his entire attention to sup- made so many improvements that the

son, who have been enjoying a week's -Wo were pleased to meet our friends, from New York, Tuesday afternoon, and plying the ,demand on Indian River for boat is hardly recognizable her former ,

tooting at the palace of Mr. Corey, on Captain and Mrs. A. Wilcox, of James- left for Jupiter on the steamer White lumber of all kinds. A large stock of self. After his family are located at

the ocean beach, near Pepper :Haulover, town, N. Y., at the Indian River Hotel, yesterday afternoon on their way to dressed lumber and framing stuff will be their winter home at Merritt he will return '

Burned to the Indian River Hotel Sun- last night. They started from home last Palm Beach. Mr. Barton, who has a constantly kept on hand and all orders to his banking business at Marion, .

day afternoon, and took the early morn- Saturday, and have been wending their place at Palm Beach, visits it every win- will be filled promptly. Especial atten- Ohio, coming back to Indian River in

ing train, Monday. for' their homes at way ever since to Indian River. The ter; and Mr. Clerk, who has never visit- tion will be given to large orders, and February, where he will remain until :.

Bttton, Mass. Captain has purchased a steam launch, ed this part before, may become a purr any material not in stock at the time after the first of May.A .
arriveda is at Lake Harris, but will chaser of some land on Lake Worth. "
Captain Corey's new steamer which now will be furnished on short notice. the of Arthur
a fiat car, Tuesday afternoon, and soon be over here. Mrs:Wilcox says she They were the guests of the Indian River Messrs.: George and Willie Gleason, Shaw- was negro arrested by last Wednesday name night *--

*as launched yesterday. The boat is 32 think she will christen it "Melbourne* Hotel. of Eau Gallie, arrived here in their by Sheriff Bowman, he having been accused -
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feet long with a beam of 10 feet, and although Beach," and as she is the "better-half, -Miss Lena Gardner and :Miss Lizzie steamer Ramona, early Monday morning, of stealing and hiding 0r disposing i

the model is not one of beauty, we presume Capt. W. will bow to the decision English are known to be the most ex- for a casket for the body of the late Mrs.R. of a watch which at the time was in ,

ifa one of very light draft. She is of the powers that be. They start- pert sailors of any of the young ladies of .W. Andrews,whose sad death occurred charge of the express company. The

'coed "Canaveral," and is propelled by ed for Melbourne Beach today, where our town, but they came to grief Tues- at Melbourne on Sunday. In conse- ; watch, which was a gold one, was a

mde wheels. Although the boat is en- Captain Wilcox is largely interested in day afternoon with the cat-boat Non quence of the wheel.of the Ramoua being Christmas present from Mr. H. S. Williams

tirtJ1 new, she looked quite dingy and the railway, etc. sense. The wind was about north and damaged, the casket was taken down on to his son, E. Sidney Williams. It

dusty, having been a month on the way -Mr. G. Reid and wife, whose home is they beat up to the beacon at Sand Pointto the Cleo, so that the body could be was delivered by Mr. Ed Holmes toShawto -

from Boston to Titusville. In our opin- near Ottawa, Canada, arrived here Mon- light it, but after arriving there the 'sent back in time to'go off on Tuesday carry on board the St.: Lucie with ,

Ion she is very well adapted for the shoal day afternoon, accompanied by Dr. M. sail got caught upon the t eacon supportsand morning's train. The body of the deceased other express packages; as Shaw was em-

III Meta of Banana Creek,where she is des- Souvielle, of Jacksonville. They all the result was a torn sail. To think arrived here Monday night accompanied ployed on the boat. The express agent

ted to ply. started for a trip to Shiloh Tuesday and that they had met with such a mishap by Mr. R. W. Andrews and here had handed the package to Holmesto

"l apt. and Mrs. Jacob Wilder arrivedis returned the same I\ ght. Yesterdaythey I worried them considerably, and they did Miss Mary Blake, and left the following go down on the steamer to its destination -<

1 town onflTnesday evening's train from visited Rockledge. Mr. Samuel T. not want to come back to the city wharf morning for Sharon, Pa., where the body on Monday, two days before. 'Y'henJ

Chi cago, looking as jolly as ever. They Turpin, of Indianapolis, Ind., who owns showing their torn sail, so they drifted will be interred in the family tomb of 1 first accused of the act Shaw acknowledged ::1

tae accompanied by'Mrs. Doren, who several lots'in town, accompanied the from the beacon down to Wager's wharf the Stravrbridge family. The heartfelt having the watch, but now, while

*fc for Rockledge yesterday morning. above in their trip up and down the under bare poles where they left the sympathies of the STAR go forth to the in jail, denies the charge and is carrying '
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**Pt Wilder, by the way, was the prin- river, says he is delighted with the prosperous I' Nonsense until they could have the sail bereaved husband and 'family. The on at a fearful rate. He now claims to

pal prpmoter of, the successful regatta outlook for Titusville and Indian repaired. It is not very often that the late Mrs. Andrews was a general favoriteat have joined the Salvation Army, embraced

and Picnic, last May Day, at Turkey River in general. Dr. Souvielle has STAR picks up such a good item as this, Eau Gallie and Melbourne, as well asat religion and acts like a crazy

fit and we have no doubt that the I about twelve hundred acres of land at and it proved too good to keep. When every placer t on Indian River where she man. Our sheriff says this will .be the

CtpWn and Mrs. Wilder will be gladly the head of Indian River, which the they go to light the beacon again they was known. She had only been marriedone first watch he has failed to get, so he is

-eltomed back by their many friends above party visited He intends call should take their sweethearts along with year, and we believe her age was not going to give np the case as'lost, but a''

10 the river. They left,yesterday, for ing his place Indian River Park. Theyall them-at least to take care of the unruly about 83. Her death will be a.great loss is going to find the watch for the owner.
theft the S
ha winter home Just below Malabar. left for Jacksonville Souvielle on and noon wife boat, while they attend to the beacon I to Melbourne, where she has spent the
and Dr.
YinVta.ed Indian train to-day
the ,
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b over night five winters. Continual from Page fc.
Tef H fotL will return next week. light. past four or -

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lira.-::-:}ubwetl dl. josition to originate L..**.n r.rt*:-*. : '

; HENRY GRADY.f' I his misty own.k'- to methods suppose in that journalism.newspaper It readers is a- GREAT SCHEME Ioois"J1IJx:1is It was dcciJ-d to"4ya; lt. ;>.iko.rpiaers'o, t;meeting..:.ive>aiioaDistrict in I 19Wallts1

loS ofBlast
W. are wedded to old-fashioned styles,, and AN.it.Wx'. Knight

:. t't cr r.*h-r to the fashions with whteH L.1.bcr.
the .: v familiar. There is in erfry furnace tin 1 of t.>e Colvraina Iron!

I nui.i 4u-: inborn thirst for novelty, and That of the Columbia Railwayand \\>ii pany.:. at noi j ix.u, i a, wu blown in -0J. -

Demise. of the Editor of The At- :,.n ::..., public saw that the new paper Wtows;ay, anJ the ep1C:> .sere seven an j
.r 1 low !-".Dining back of its daring inno- Navigation Company. incr.i of ID per <"nf. ia w-dt: I
4L t" lama (Constitution I The miners' ejHivtv.Ti >a "t IU.ti'lU.lpolLl J. 8.
i[ va.'> -. H hearty response in the shape t tt J.S.WATSON&GO
L rl 01 H.u. .... :e flowed m from every quar f clam in tl\vt.'r of ri:rh* ht. :rs. I

** Home in Atlanta Ga. t i ':' tis ?tory of The Herald can- What It Proposes to Do in the A jjvncral rx.tuxipu>a r it work in the "coalin.ft ,
His ,
At iter ..
I I 1? !er:*! here. '. Heart of South America > After a Short Illness. i A.-T tl:, sharpest competition with '! for by the first 0:' tut' year. A number of FORWARDINGAND

", i Tlie ----.t'ltiOn ever known between I|i iI I II Oi.
Recent I any fn: fi- "r> of the south it disap-t Is to Construct *a KaUrod from the half cent per bus-Ii" deaan-leii b/ the

/t Pneumonia Contracted Daring a I! pedrF.: t..nithE!' field. By this time its Shores of the Caribbean Sea South witha strikers, and have already start Al their '!
4 + Vltlt to Boston Cats Short the Life of a editor's abilities had made him many f j work The oth rH. it is;; r larniMd. wul soon :
Uranch Ea to Buenos Ayres! on the
b Man With a Career of Store Than Or- Ii friends abroad as well as at home, and ; *< all into :i nd. The stnks was iDe.urorntt'I I j COMMISMlIERCHAHK!

r ': dinarPromise Biography of the Silver James Gordon Bennett at once made i'him } Atlantic CON, Mod Wed to Lima, on but sic weeks: a:;o, and a:!ect* 5,0>A) men. t'j
the Pacific Cotwt.CINCINNATI rhilfzJ>lphia prcit-ers thrw..Un a at rike on
f" Tongued Orator. the southern correspondent of The i ii
I.r Dec. 27.-A Commercial all the newspapers save The Ledger. The '"
.. ATLANTA. Ga.. Dec. 23.-Hemp W. i New York Herald.On : eta tbou.iaatl
ueiaan-i is forty-live Forty
this journal Mr. Grady did Gazette special from Wheeling, W. Va..
Grady died of pneumonia at 3:40 Moa- { great I The Ledger, wukhui
,. some of the best work of his life He j says: I io cow pail, e\iept by } :
{ morning. With perhaps a single 1 > paid twrty-liv!" cent> for years.
L day
rapidly gained all that he had lost in his Your correspondent Monday night interviewed -
Henry Woodfin Grady was t Eight thousand min=:s are idle in the ,)
exception I B.r"t'entur&;, and in 18SO purchased a of the incoporators for
s known editor in all the southern one Shaiuokiu Pa., coul district.; One thousanJ I
,_ the best fourth interest in The Constitution, taking : !
states. He stood in the front ranks of f!; the position-of managing editor whichhe j West Virginia. of the Columbia Railway and five hundred dislodged by the srntI I i
"' and which fa at TITUSVILLE FLGHIDA.WE
mines
Navigation of two Saturday.The
company ting
American journalists, and the prospect still holds. Of his work in this position -;; .
i the head of the most gigantic railway
s i of none was brighter. CoL Avery, in his history of I Fir Record.

1 kt,, Mr. Grady first seemed to fear the re- Georgia, sass: scheme in history, and the details of Fire at Franklinton, N. C., caused $30OtO -:0---

euft himself Saturday. He called in his "Mr. Grady's editorials arid articles which have not yet been published. d.1a?e.

I and note of give an unremitting sparkle to the paper. "It is," he says, "no less a project than The American hotel; at Syncu**, X. Y., WANT
dictated t
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l '1 t, private secretary! I His contemporaries on the paper will a railroad from the Chores of Columbia, wag tK trovwi br an inceniiAry tire.
floral
.i thanks to CoL John A. Col via for a i consider it no derogation to their high ,, on the Caribbean st-a. down through the The PrefbyVriin hospital buru.l in New THE CONFIDENCE GF THE PM

': ,,; claim to say that Mr. Gradv is the t heart of South America to Buenos Ayreson york Thnr dss night, and only heroic e Jortsavpil

genius of the powerful paper. There is { the Atlantic coast, and to Lima on "' izh\'- one inmates.

r t 1.F a vividness, an audacity, and a velvety t the Pacific coast. The business portion of Leo'bar;, In..L, WECANT

splendor about his articles that are pecu- |! "This movement grows out of the was destroyed by fire early Stinday mornb,;. You to be ure to Come and See T*
liar to himself and that no other man i!1 same feeling in this country that inspired A crowed wire caused the burning of the

has approximated. It would be impossible : and called together at"Washington Guernsey building at .'t. Luis Thursday: I When you eoae to town

is a in this briefspace to speak in filing ,1! the Pan-American congn, and is in morning with a loss of -1 A<.(.'.X.
terms of the work of The Constitution's ,i reality part of the program for cement- Petrolia, Pa.. had a Sl,ouO tire; iOO home WE WANTTo

1 c. managing editor. His editorials and j I frig in close commercial union the states less. Talk to You
letters of travels are in so many scrap !J i of North and South America.
books all over the land that it is unnecessary I j
w I IbL describe their characteristics I Details of Movement. Why will you cough wten Shfloh's Cure will Kiev WE WANT
to
j relief? Price It cts Wct ] }1. old
I immediate ai.< :
"The details of the movement
.. great
The parr under his management, rner- by Picison .t"rey,Tttus ille, Fla. To Work With You
getically seconded by his associates, has J 1 i have not yet been given to the public. ...
t. 4h become the one southern daily whose but they are known to embrace a line
.ri SbiloL's Cure .ill immediAtely where Croup WE WANTTo
t of steamships from the gulf ports of the
t it utterances are quoted throughout America I Dick
and chiw. Sold
Whooping Cougb Bro by os
and in buds the best and ', United States to the mouth of the Mas-:-
foreign as &; Grey Tltusville,Fla. Fot Yott oe the :3Iarkeu.
truest; expression of southern sentimentand i I dalena river in the South ,American ...
: ? state of Columbia and a railroad up
progress I!' that river to the mountain spurs of the Are you male nu!erabe by indi cstioc. Cocstl.pation WE WANTTo .
Di2intss, Los cf Yellow Skin?
Appetite
HENRY W. GRADY'S FUNERAL \! Andes that separate the waters of the Siuloh's Vitohier is a posture Cure.: Sold b) Dick Ship For You anti See to Your?%.
1 i ,l 1 ,I Masrdalena! river from those of the son &Grey, Titusvitt, Fla.
1g = -s- r Solemn and Impo:ing Ceremonies Over i' Amazon, and thence down through merits bere.

"' RT5RT W G&ABT. the Remain*. ( western Brazil Chili and Peru to the For Dystpvpsia aud Liver Compluct you bare sprinted
token sent him, and suddenly quitting ATLANTA, Ga., Dec. 27.-White the T mouth of the La Plata in Buenos Acres guarantee on every bottle of t Liloh's Vitaliier WE WANTTo
:df said "Send word mother I It never fails to cure. Sold by Diction 4
' this he : to topray
1 funeral of Hon. Harry W. Grady :
.I vqp j To It* An International Project. Grey. Titnsrille FU. either Buy or Handle moot of the
for me. Tell her. if I die, that Idied
not a public one.: in the usualmeaning1)fthe I "This is to Le an international .
while trying to serve the south, the pro ect'l Fruit and Produce of this+ectk*
s i t I love weu." word, it was nevertheless a most and fa expected to interest a great A Steal Injector free with each bottle of Shiioh's
land so Catarrh R rel'\lr. Price 50 cents. Sold by Dekoat of the
eountiy
tr Mr. Grady's lastpubhe appearance was solemn and imposing demonstration.All I of stockholders in this country and in Grey, Tituiviil Flt."Ha. .

V at the n-cent dinner of the Boston Mer day Tuesday fr.ends of the dead i South America. The incorporators are .
t ,' man called at the family residence to citizens of Virginia, west Virginia and WE WANT
d chair,s club, where be and a- *ident kmetuk a lastisi and fragrent perfume..
Cleveland played star parts. His theme pay their last tribute before the body :I other states, principally the southern Price 25 and 50 cents Sold by Dickson & tire,, Yon to Know, if we cannot Bay Y *r
was removed to the church. Many I states and boo s of subscription to the Tlrasville ILL
then the status of the in the
south was, and newspapers throughout negro the prominent people from all over the state I stock of the company to oe opened to ..._c_._, ...." ,. ., _, "-......., Products, We Can Ship it for Y *.

'.: country are still quoting from its. ring and the southern states were among those the p-x>ple in all countries embraced by CAN BE CURED.
; i J'-t. ing sentences and commenting upon who called J I the routes to be included in the project. ASTHD. A .\trW bottle seraYee to WE WANT

tL stirring utterances on that occasion. It At 1\ o'clock the body was, taken to Favored by the PanAmerlcanuTh *. &Ill0&e ictaL Da.TAFTBRO.,Rochester,1 Y.

was on this trip that Mr. Grady con- the First Methodist church, where the 'I scheme has the favor of the Pan- LOADED DILL.l'ftttDW.C-mbti r m am..taLI You to help usMoIawke TUwi&i

!! r traded the illness which resulted in his procession started for the cemetery. American delegates. and of Secretary .....IS; r..a.x hQ rr.r.tisi MC b..4esry.ai.ns hIICVk.p.-a distributing point for the Pro&Ktt

I l d j*,L.i death. Committees from the city other council chamber I I j Blaine on behalf of the Federal :.:--=- r s r'oo'.raa':'t a.s.i of the river, ;pd sell OK
of commerce and organizations
intimate
CoL H. C. Parsons
: ment. an
C. Grady's Dlograph7.I : '
Products here.
escorted the remains from the residence ,
I -
l friend of Mr. Blaine t them
personal ,
f Hon. Woodfin born
: s Henry Grady was r
to the church. From the churchto
Athens Ga. in 18)1. h1Sbo1' I ing spirit of the enterprise and at I
!L; f During \- the cemetery orders and societies attended WE WANT
I back of the railroads
his
\ hood he enjoyed the beet educational advantages are some leading -
< in At the of the halt
I }'J L': : f but the four years of the civil faniii/, no a uniforms body. or regalia request of anysort I of the country, pecialiv those IIPARKER'S: In fact to save you 1BeM]'. aDd eta dad
that have termini on the gulf and Gray
war seriouslv interrupted his studies,
and the funeral if will HIp u .
were worn was '. yoa *
whose lines will connect with the
J' his -
"if'! and much of time was spent in visiting conducted proposed ? fallior
rLdp9 as quietly as possible.The
.f ,r { the various points where his father, funeral services were conductedby t steamship lines at Key West. Jew s.
.,' j ; .l CoL Grad v. was stationed with his regil Orleans and Galvestun. WB WANT
five of the leading divines of the!
"Statibtics t'bot lat such railroad
l 'i ..I ment.Vhen it found the a ENGLISH .
I peace came and the and head rUff fcrc
know -
You *
city pallbearer honorary to we are
lad fatherless CoL fallen would traverse large areas* of exceedingly
r 'lt Grady having PILLS.
.. escort were composed of prominent men
t' in battle while leading his men in a dee- from all parts of Hoe state. A notable rich-country, and that its traffic would Brand. 'egetablea, Crat.t etc
'" Young found that simply be enormous. "Passenger travel 0CH'CHESTER.S ... kAo .u!
i "is Aerate charge Grady
; feature of the funeral procession was the .
; .j '. : Ii lie had no time to lose in equipping himself of the employes of The Constitution now large and growing rapidly, will t nr..u..*tt OU.W ** WK WANTTo
j for his career. presence leave the sea aad seek the railroad as vk .l*k.

.. t ',{ ;, After graduating at the state university in a body.to the They formed and'an hon-the the time between< New York and Buenos I I !.KUeT l.r.',.."for., Sell you yr Ofiafc Beae aM

1. I.tf he went to the University of Virginia, oranri family marching on either reII13 ns side of the Ayres or Liana would not exceed ten -c iSbCats-- -Cdei.M.l Muds.s ea.,YkiLada. Oran?e Wraps, and will dv it if you
ja:' ,', ', 'where he took a post-graduate course. hearse and day. This would be quick transit as

1\j' tr t He was, during his term in each of carriages.Telegrams of and compared with the present sea voyages. will eeme to SM BC.
i npathy regret Immigration to South America from CURED
s these institutions the student ASTHMA
r 1 ; younpwt
, continue to. the from allsections
come to family
is ltand! it would also
Europe now
i 1 in attendance. He studied diligently: the \\SCHIFFaANH-S WE WANT
I of country. A Large number ASTHMA CURE
W diverted to this route.
'- ; a what suited his intellectual bent and new
: 4 paid but little attention to branches in of floral offerings were received from "Secretary Blaine} has long discussed JlasUcttrreBerMt!]*next relent attack. No You to knew that we are Afrtto I*dlr
3 Its
| watting for results. action is tramBcfa.i
'j l d,it which he felt no interest. History belles other cities, among them a beautiful the! possibilities of this new era, and he i .are..t and certain aDd aCU'e ill the remit Ocala Rock Lime, and wig ,..&
; crown from the citizens of Boston.ELECTRICJLIGHT : 1aU nrabI. A KBfla trnl
; CVNMI is his abilities and wide
i U lettres. A loSailon and Greek attracted .. bending great : tae acet 1 .'* oat nd 81.00.o< it lew dow
4 him, and his standing was very high I ENGLAND. experience in public affairs to the accomplishment I dr'.riir.oebynda0' Trulp{.ckMv..toaa9OUR
f i iN lya zdr Dr.K.SCHIFFtANY.5t! rashaA
in all of theme From the first hb com for this country of complete a.

mand of language was remarkable. His The Deadly Current if Competition With commercial :supremacy on this I WE WANT
a
: r pen transferred his thoughts toper in London Ga. tinent. con'l fcarm eat .q'
LITTLE ONES You to knew that we
s
1 "The South American
graphic and glowing phrases with lights t republics '
LoxiXX Dec 25.-Tbe board of trade
; nin -like rapidity and his ready, magI I ratify the charter and supplement it by and the NURSERY Oyster-. ell Lime and ae.s..
+ has received from Eng .md and Wales
netic style of speaking won for him the land-grant andpostal subsidies. I 36 BROMFIELD ST.. give bMtal prises. ,
;',4 170 applications for provisional order relating can Yeti
>> name of the suver-tongued orator. In "The United States government will Boston Mats.
I the literary societies of the two universities to electric li htfug. Of these also, no doubt, make liberal postal arrangements Tbt' moat handsome aad b.etmarsrne

,'t he carried o3 the highest honor* as a twenty-three relate solely to London the with thy. company. rub i b d. for$L50 et a year l.irea. ..; WANT

t spear orders covering Fracti'ally all parts of CRIME tires inaBth II etc.foe S SSe. .. While still a student he wrote a letter I the city three times over while in several AND CASUALTY. and lltmium Hat wet to j
; to The Atlanta Constitution. It instances the orders include any addrew oa nweipc' ot a Iwo. sad P..lI..
was ,areas Cincinnnati' R* Oi printed and the! editor was so much II for which po'-ers *'-*'re granted list Ces --- -
Jut Clnainr
struck with the sparkle and dash of the sion. The metro|.'ol!>- is divided into sections JJ ; WK WANT
deI I ( ISCIXXATI, Dtc.: 2?. The annab of : ,4 /
that
communication he signiOed his especially lien with referenceto t :/ $
., eire to hear from the writer auxin.I electric lighting -'> that no companyor I I crime and fatality In this city during the i O /I To impr* ups jars Drib dII& tae,

b When the first press excursion after the indeed, small syndicate of coiupanies. year now closing is a tarfid record of 3l ; .Cd / $ represent"
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war was tendered a ride over the state hall have a monop'ly. The city proper I bloodshed and casuahThe. report of l! I' ,. % At Edmml. ,1

., road, the editor telegraphed his boyish will be supplied by ::.ese companies: and ..Coroner's Clerk Web-r testifies to the t tI : q. ff. Thompson
? l correspondent:: who had then returned to other sections of the metropofi-\ ill fare efficient ork of this important office.Twentythree I I ? V of Chicago,

c r c his home in Athens, that he wished to ,. in a similar manner.j : I 1 murtteis have occurred 6 JP: ... p O %::t The largest 1M.detareD ot JJ

have him represent The Constitution on .I j In laying tub--vre recently in the jjujoog them several of the moot dastardly I! k cfI 1"1
l the trip and write up the country and its Strand the workm-n tore up the sidewalk I in the city's history. t I A'V ./ ", -4, J" ixers in the west ad keep U

l. t resources along the line of the road. Mr. instead of the street. The wires Ii,i 1 The fatal railroad has claimed fifty- !! ... 'Y <4" on hand tile roHewittg .... J tWt!

Grady aceeptai the commission and of were laid in separate conduits only !| three precious human lives t-/ ...S'o":) Goods

a' the hundreds of letter! written on the about three-miarters- cf a foot below :heI- I The list of fifryrtwo :suicide shows a I I f\'Y !:wiJ / ... ,.. .. .- iWorld
J' occasion, his. over live signature of surface of the l't.'lrH sidewalk. Now I remarkable diversity: of tastes in the '- $. : t tIf of Good It t Omar iesa ;

1 a, King Hans," were the moot popular that electric lighting has been mode 1 method of wilful "shin'orT.." as fol- ... .... -,";" ';fo-........":'..... ..wiJi,, a;; World af Geed, .r'I'rarl i I

t and matt widely: copied.It cheaper and improved facilities have L-WJ,is 3Iales Shotting, fourteen: cutting I ...3.'I:'.. I" f..... Pure fine Ground Baas it
>) ,
is quite likely that this pleasant experience been granted byjvtilaaent, the projectis : five: gas asphyxia, two: 'Rough on ; v:,v ',-" '> .y

l :' caused this precocious boy to bring carried"ftrward with a boom all Rats," two; carbolic acid one; laudanum rf-4 >) +.;>:.. '" Blood &ae
; .
i turn his thoughts seriously to journal- over the kingdom. The cheapness! of one; drowning three!: morphine, I :.t' -i",) ... .J-; .# .. Bene Meal :Ji JiChicago I
r ism. At all evanta he 1 1'i' i ".. c:" :> .-.;; <'
i. was a year or two London gag as compared with the New one: hang'six: leaping from window ... <-j' "
I Dissolved B .
& later the editor and one of the owners York gas charges 25 still an important one. The (tuale& made their final ei.it! <.' c .\ ", >t-.. -. .M.WK t
1.
sprightly, newsy, and enterprising journaL I I London gas costs sixt -two cents 'a five; drowning six; hanging, two; chloroform ;f .c ;;:. .:ss. .4-i-... 4b$4/ WANT j

t Rome, however, was at that time I I 1,000 feet,. and electricity cannot yethope morphine and leap from window ve'""c' a,....''Y'''... te we
too small to support a daily run on such to compete with that price one each. ",, .:..c.e .. c: cr \1
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'", a scale,and in 1872 Mr. Grady purchased I The coroner libs: viewed 509 bodies and r., ">r --i Q .I. Sulphate of P.tasl> \

t an interest! in The Atlanta HeraKi. Here Sporting Sparkio. held 131 inquests during the year. Land Plaster
M he found a field wide enough for him at Rochester will fill one of the vacancies in XOT1CE.LAND ,

that stage' of his ex.;erienoeu The Her- the American Associatioo., and Tokdo b expected I GinadVH.: ITobaeeo Ate, ;

f : Aid was one of the most brilliant newspapers to follow. Newark, N. J., may also Looc and Quick Jump i OFFICE T.\lSE8\'nU, )'Lt \.,} SH aad. 1

ever printed in the south. Mr. be admitted. Harry Kennedy, the ventriloquist: ,has t November lSth, 18!5. 0eMea Slit! )1-
t enthusiasm into member of his I pluming upon a long office by John F. Hi hsniuh Ilefc.
every and Ito from Jack Duffy, of the :: again WE WANT
him from New York
-. staff and each man seeemed to feel that i Pacific slope, at Terre Haute Ini, ThM. "jumVmade by I ert DEl>her for abandoning his home t a*t '
l it was incumbent upon him to be at his : to San Francisco and bed: He made t entry No. ItiSoJ, dated Jane 4th, ISStf, You to Che O a Trial ea A.I"'

i best not only on special occasions but 8I I day.The Players' ball dub, of _iPhfladelnkia, the trip in one day less than .a month. iil>oa lots 2,3 and 4, section 9, tow &hir] 1:

i .alltimes. ; has ben granted a otter.Perwnal.. tmd played two weeks In San Francisco.But 44, S. range 43 E, in Dade county, FU, WE WANT iTo

The young editor from Rome, who had George Bignold has the best record with a view to the cancellation of said enn Ie" kk :

L d -established himself in Atlanta to compete United States Goasol Lewis at at this sort of theatrical traveling fie try; the said parties are hereby summon* :sent jNit patNB ,Wf i
Tangiers
'..In
r i with the older journalists who were to at this o ire the 30th honest dealiegs, ad WQ DH' 1
' has been recalled at the request of the Moor" went from San Francisco direct to New appear on day oft
conducting The Constitution started ,'1
1 1 with audacious pluck and won-proved out fc>h goveryaent' ark to play at a charity matinee, and t December, 1S.9, at 10 o'clock a. nt, to re- TRY t'SB&peetfu

t + >r himself to be BO fertile in resources and The,,.i Virginia gubernatorial contest at the close of the performance went ,i pond and furnish testimony concerain_ .
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9 expedients that his esteemed contemporary committee has decided in favor of Fleming, direct to the depot aDd was at once said alleged abandonment. --

recognized the fact that it had a Democrat* beaded back for San Francisco. Be did I ALEX. LTXCH, KegLter.

strong rival to fight The Herald's Sunday I Th. Death Roll. I not tarry there either, but proceeded t4 |i Depositions fore Y. J.J.SIUPXAX Cr.1. Reviver. .
gland
tf editions ana trade issues were the Benjamin H. Day,the old time newspaperman [ Australia.--Ban Francisco Argonaut ; Public at Lake 'Worth Fla December Notary CO..I.
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sr i <>C that day. Even thgn Mr. and founder of The New York So%ffiedBondaj on J S. WATSON &
t is New York aged:K i='th, 1SSO, at 10 a. ia. *S2




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man well known in Chicago and Illinois, DrUNkTNS'AND"CAROUSING. cJi.leJl'srnlca. ,Salve. Sheriff's Sale. .

5I4TIoNs died early Tuesday morning fct his suburban Quarrel In TilE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, Under and by virtue of an execution issued -
home of A Drunken Terrible
neuralgia of the heart. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever out of the Circuit Court for the 7th
Mr. Austin left .
a large fortune, which is Cutting Affray.PHILADELPHIA
Sores Tetter, Chapped Hands. C iii. Judicial Circuit of Florida, for Brevard "
estimated as being between $lOOOOOO : Dec. 37.-At Hartley, blains. Corns and all Skin Eruptions, county, upon a judgment lately recovered a
and $l \OOO.( .
The a.teased
Provisional President ol 40 was about DeL, Tuesday. Fred. Maas, Alexander aud positively cures Tiles or no pay re- in said court by Wl H. Macomber,plaintiff
t sent the two years of age children and leaves. a widow and Din, George Peterson and John Honey nired. It is guaranteed to give perfect against Geo. Altree, defendant, to be satisfied -

tho Brazilian Republic grown-up all blacksmiths and wheelrighto, quarreled satisfaction, or money refunded. Price out of the lands and tenements, goods

AVon't Renew the rUSei-lea Troubles. I while drinking and carousing the 2 5 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & and chattels of the said George Altree. I i4

Frenchman TORONTO, Ont., Dec. S6.-A cable dis- trouble being started by Peterson's tell- Grey. 1019.) have levied upon and will sell at public t

; By the Famous patch to The Glo' i denies on the authority ing Maas that he didn't know his busi- Advice to Mothers. outcry, in front of the Court-house door in

r. Genera! Boulanger, of Sir Charles upper, the state- ness. Haas struck Petersont who then Mrs.W sLOW'S SOOTHING STRCP should always Titusville, in said county, on the first: Monday -
ment telegraphed from Ottawa the cut Maas' left lung open with a razor. be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves in January, A. D. 1S90 between the

modus vivendi with the United States in In the general fight tn&t ensued Peterson the little su1rererat once;itproducesnatural, hours: of 11 a. m, and 3 p. m.,the following
Patriotic Manner In quiet sleep and the little cherub awakes"brightas I
Able and the matter of the fisheries would cut Dill's throat with the razor. described real the the
..IOt the, not be a button. ft is very pleasant to taste. It estate, same being .
;': tlTiIcn the Monarchy Wan Overthrown. renewed owning to President Harrison's Maas died in a few moments and Dill is soothes the chfld.Boftensthegums.allaysallpain property of George Altree, and described .

I).. FODleca's Reply The failure to actGENERAL dying Honey who was fighting onPeterson's regulates the towels whetberarising and is the bestknown remedy as follows to-wit : ..
Tl from
fordiarnccea, teething or
.i .a of OU Doyhood Realized-AI1jJDeriea side was badly hurt but dis- _other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Lot four ((4)) of Indian River City, in
JJf rIm appeared after the fight Peterson section 33, township 2-1 south range 3d
II Free and Always Will Be.PABIS FONSECA DYING.. escaped to the woods over the Marylandline master's Sale. east, in the county and state aforesaid. '

pro 22.-Gen. Boulanger has Hl. Death Now Would He a Sad Blow to and armed parties are looking for Under and by virtue of a decree offoreclosure. JAMES E. BOWMAN,

the following message to O' n. Da the New R pl1blia. him. He is a man of respectable parentage .and sale rendered by the Sheriff Brevanl Co.,

Sjgeca, chief of the provisional govern- LONDON, Dec 23.-Advices from Rio and lived at Dover. Judge of the Circuit Court of the Seventh JAMES T. SANDERS,

of Brazil: Janeiro indicate that Gen. Fonseca is Three People Drowned.VALLIJO Judicial Circuit of Florida, sitting Pl.iintifl's Attomev.Master's .

-act my sincere congratulations for theMttaA dying. There is intich anxiety as to who Cel, Dec .a.-A boat containing in Chancery, at Chambers, for the county -

IjWpt patriotic manner in which: you is likely to succeed him in case of his eight sailors from the United of Brevard, dated December 3rd, A. Salt .

carried out the plans that resulted indie death. It is feared that the change in States fish commission steamer, Alba- D. 1SSU! in a certain cause pending: in Under and by virtue of a final decree of

ton overthrow of a desjsieed monarchy. the ministry which his death would tross, and a crippled newsboy left that said court, wherein the Berkey and Gay foreclosure isuing out of tht Honorable
generalship in the cause of an op- involve would have serious conse I vessel at Mare Island navy yard Mon- furniture Company is complainant and i Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial

n-eed Tow people is made doubly grand by the, quences. day night, and started for Vallijo. The Harriet P. Wil jnson et al are defend Circuit of the State Florida, in and for

1 that not a single life was sacrificed. night was dark and the tide running ants, I will sell at public outcry, according Brevaijl county, dated thetwenty.ninthday
fact different from tht of 1775, which TRANQUILITY IN BRAZIL.The strong and the boat upset when near the to law, before the courthouse doorin ofNove"ml; A. D. 1S9, in a certain cause

fjaie the United Stites the grandest nation PubUo Warned AiAin't Sf'llIuttional United States steamship Thetis. A boat Titusville, in said county of Brevard, therein pending, wherein Martha Ann

iB the world! How different from that. of Reports of DisturbancesLONDON was lowered from Ute Thetis and five on the first :Monday in January, A. I). Judde.' by her next friend, S. H. Ray, andJ.
men were rescued. John Ennght, a R. Judde her husband
are complainants -
17001
"in .890! beinn the Gtb Jay of said month
,
1' United States e't the example which Dec. 2.3.-The Brazilian lega- sailor, who was on the Trenton at Samoa: and William R. Edwards is defendant. -
jhe tion in this has Robert machinist W. W. Lee during: the local: hours of sale, for cash, ,
received
the pJJ; bil.ty years ago of all city a cable dis- Padgett, : I I will, as Special Master in Chancery,
revealed becoming fret from the yoke oftepgrialism. patch from the government at Rio Janeiro colored anti the newsboy, were.drowned. to the hiiibcst bidder, the following described ell at public sale to the highest and best

injerica France followed in her foot- instructing the representative hereto None ott the bodies! have been recoved. real estate, situate in the county bidder for cash, in front of the court-house I

T thwt 'ere another,oen- of Brevard and State of Florida, to wit: I door in Titusville Brevard Florida
God the
and grant guard public against erroneous reports NEWS IN SRI! EF. county ,
tBrVha*rolled by all ?rope will be free. concerning' events in Brazil. The Beginning:: at the section line between on the sixth day of January, A. D. 1890,

I have great faith:a '.&e tuture of,France. dispatch says that the report spread Condensation of IiirenMtiut; Itenn onYarinu sections three and four, in township the same being the first Monday in the

jaoch as she may be nisgovered at present: Thursday of a mutiny among the troops itUiiwtt.The t\V nt --fh-e, south of range 3G east at a month antI a legal sale day, between the

a misfortune; I hops will never. befall arose from the fact thai some soldiers jury in the>!**r"p...lifcan hank case at square monument &t >ne marked with a legal hours: of sale, all that certain lot or of

Brail who, in the absence their officers, had Cincinnati found MC.-JI.- nA DeCamp, the letter "W," thence !due east 1,850 feet piece of land situate in Breyard county, "

The time is not far distant when outraged been drinking, had revolted.' They how- president and vice prttoi-i-nt, not guilty of more or less, to Indian River, thence State of Florida, to-wit: Beginning at the

liberty will have a tearing.It ever, immediately surrndered and the violating the National iMukiu;; laws. northerly along said river 200 feet, more northeast comer of the southeast quarter of

is with yon as it is with iw and my incident ended. The government says Conjjrt adjourned Sutuniuy untilJan. or less, to the south line of a lot of landA. the northwest quarter of section four (4),

conferees to show to tba world, as the great that order will be firmly maintained, and fl. The snuit c-outJr-'i".! anati.Mr large L. and E. F. Hatch purchased of R. in township twenty-two (2" ),south of range

United States has flow, that republicangvernment I that justice will be done to alL baton of pi-woiJeatkil &.......raUuauU.; c. May, thence due west along said lineto thirty-five, east, and run south five chains

founded on liberty: raterntty Slavery Not Favored. the section line above named, thence and forty links, thence go west seven chains

sad equality will ezpea"d until the last A dispatch received from Senor Barbosa corn- due south along said section line 200 and twenty-five links, thence' north five
of kingcraft is swept away from the The coriif: ivtono of tho Washington monument chains and links
thence
nstig* forty east
Brazilian
toe minister declares feet, more or less: to the place of begin- seven
I earth.III that the originators of the revolution are I which.w York attempted to raise chains and twenty-five links thepoint

III Long live the Unit;,l States of Brazil! all against the re-establishment of slavery forty-two years ago, was stolen Sunday. ning.Also that certain piece or parcel of of beginning, containing tour acres. Terms
Lcnglive America! and that of Desperadoes n no planters approving
changing their babe of to the Oklahoma land, being a part of lot number three,
BOUJ4.GER. operations -
I slavery had any part; in the revolution. southof Witness my hand Titusville, Florida,.
section three township twenty-five,
Fonseca'a Reply.In There are, he says, no military ambitionsor country and lawlessness there is this second day of December, A. D. 1889.<-%" "
thirty-six east commencing on ,
reply to this remarkable greeting aspirations in the movement which greatly increased.It range J. H. ROLLINS, ,
is proposed to build a railroad fir m the the; bank of Indian River at the dividing
reosired/ the aims to civil and the
Gel; Boulanger foUowing only secure liberty Sl'eciall\Iaster in Chancery. ;
shores of Colombia the heart line between lots three and four
through of ,
from Gen.Da Fonseca: reform of the administration. ROBBIXS & GRAHAM,
message
South America, to Buenos Ayres on the Atlantic thence west running along said dividingline
citizens of the United 33-ot Solicitors for Complainant.
In the came of the Dom Pedro Not Welcome.It
and Lima on the Pacific coast. between lots three and four 1,852 .
States; of Brazil, I thank you for the cordial is reported that the Portuguese gov- The only property left by Dr. Cronin wasa feet the section line di- .
greeting which you were inspired to send ernment is anxious for Dom Pedro to library worth $,nJO and surgical instru- viding, more or lesshto and four, thence Notice.To .

B& leave Portugal. The calmness with ments worth $100. all idiom it
concern:
and
line 418 may
north along said section
Be assured that every moans worthy ofpttriotlsm which the people of Brazil accepted the The Russian influenza has arrived at Notice is hereby given that wife Le-
were used to bring about the overthrow of the empire and the establishment Duluth. 64-lOOths feet, thence east on a line par- my ,
oheretta C. Field having left bed and
allel the dividing line between lots my
glorious result. of the the to
republio
pnaent encourages Three moonshiners were arrested in Cum
board without and
Tec, Brazil is free and all America is Radicals of Lisbon to believe that they berland county. Tenn. three and four 1,580 feet to Indian River just cause provocation, .

free Ktvenuore-and I speak advisedly will eventually achieve aquietand bloodless The estate left by the late Franklin B. thence south along the margin of all her parties are account forbidden I will to harbor not hereafterbe or trust

win the tyranny of kingcraft be experienced revolution in Portugal.It Gowen amounts amounts to about $450,000. said river 490 feet, more or less, to the on my for ,debts as contracted her.
tjoc these chorea is reported that code messages are place of beginning, containing thirteenacres responsible by
ALBEBT M.
The present result in Brazil has been the refused by the telegraph authorities at Crimea and Ca,ultlea. more or less. FIELD
In the Charles Blythe colored murderer of Dr. Juno, Dade Co., Fla., Nov., 1889.
dream of my boyhood. undertaking Rio Janeiro. : Also the southeast quarter of south-
,I step that haa resulted oo gloriously in our The Brazilian minister at Brussels has A. E. Jones, of Cincinnati, has been sen- east quarter of section four, township
4 f&TtI'I was fully aware it the great respon- sent his resignation to Dom Pedro. tenced to hang April 9. five south thirty-six east. Master's Sale.
r.1 1tty it aUiied. My desire was to bring It is the general belief among navigatorsat I twenty range feet Under and by virtue of a decree of fore-
hundred and eighteen
i bout a bloodless and honorable revolution. ,. Mutiny Suddenly Suppressed. New York that the City of Kingston, Also four closure and sale rendered by the Judge of
Th&t desire has bead gratified, thinks be to NEW YORK, Dec. 25. The Times with her crew of forty officers and men, of the south end of the northeast quar- the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial

:.' Godl prints the following: i was lost off' the Delaware capes on her wa1'' ter of the southeast_ quarter of said section Circuit of Florida, sitting in Chancery, at

" Some of my friends in this and other parts Rio JANEIRO, Dec 20.The mutiny to Puget Sound. four, township twenty-five south, Chambers, for the county of Brevard dated

:. of the world have honored me with the title which started yesterday among the At Asheville N. C., William Gates and range thirty-six east, the measurementto December 3rd, A. D. 1889, in a certain
';; of "The Boulanger of Brazil" Let me say soldiers of this city was suppressed today Lewis Guthrie were killed by the expiosifa commence at the southeast corner of cause pending in said court, wherein the

J I am proud of, the title. And if Boulang- by prompt and decided action bycommandtng.rf of a gasometer they were repairing.The said last described lot of land, and to go Berkey & Gay Furniture Company is com-

' ism meant the peaceful overthrow of despotism cea. It was not per- safe in the county treasurer's office at north along the section line between plainant, and Harriet Wilkinson, et a/,

tad the firm establishment of liberty mitted to advance far enough to assume Boerne, Kendall county, Tex., was blown I. sections three and four for a distance of are the defendants, I will sell at

' "quality, fraternity and prosperity, I cry very formidable proportions. A num- open by burglars Thursday night, and $3,000 four hundred and eighteen feet, thence public out-cry, according to law, before
,with all my heart, 'Long live BouFOXSECX ber of civilians took part in yesterday'suprising. of the county's money stolen. west one-quarter of a mile, thence south the door of the Hotel Indian River, at

.Jangv.' Two of them were placed While attending school in Livingston four hundred and eighteen feet to cog Rockledge, in said county of Brevard, on ,
I'aJoud under arrest; the others were dispersed, county Ky., Hugh Lawson aged 13 years, .
A VALUABLE ner between said lots of land herein described the First Monday in January, A. D. 1890,
.!PINTER and the mutinous soldiers were ordered in a fit of rage stabbed Lewis Kilbler, a
thence a quarter of a mile to being the 6th day of said month, at 4
;
back to duty. It was an undisciplined sclicol mate in the neck, killing him in-
jF; Givca a Canadian Milling Company by mob and being confronted with a stLllltJy. place of'be illnin o'clock in the afternoon, for cash, to the
upon
the Dominion Government. Also the northwest quarter of the highest bidder, the following-described personal -
well ordered company they quickly Juror Culver has sued a Chicago paper for
WDCSIPEO, :Man, Dec. 27.-The Ogel- yielded. The city to-night is quiet ?'J5OuO, damages for reflecting upon his northeast quarter of section twenty-one, property, situate in the county of .

:;. via Milling company, the largest milling conduct GP a juryman. township! 21 south, of range thirtyfiveeast Brevard and State of Florida, to-wit:

i ogiaizatioa in Canada, has secured a IVaut the MonarchAbolUhed.. Mrs Mary &>dwin, of Oshkosh, burled a it being a fractional lot on Indian All the furniture-hotel and kitchenall -

comer on all wheat in the province of LISBOX, Doc, 25.-The republicanshere ligated lamp at her young daughter. The 1 I River, containing twenty acres, more or the beds, betiding, linen and towel
$ Manitoba and northwest territories have decided to issue a manifestoto girl 'ill.die. ling, and all the moveable fixtures now in

t: Amounting to about ,(.'>00.000 bushels. It the effect that the time is a favorableone -John Shelar his wife and three smallchilw'cn less.Also a strip of land fourteen rods wide the said Hotel Indian River, of every kind .
for abolishing the monarchy. and description whatsoever, or $o much
found in their hour
were Sunday
is facing Indian River commencing at
secured
an open secret that the firm a on ,
at Niles 0., with their: throats cut from ear southwest of lot four sectiontwo thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said
pointer from Doniinion the
the governmentthat corner ,
and Butterflies In Midwinter. I decree and the cost of sale. .
Blossoms to ear. Shelar is tppoaed to have doue the
t' duty on flour would be increased at township twenty-five south, of range
,
from D. L. GAULDEN
J PITr BUB11, Doc 23.- Reports deed as be bought a. razor Saturday. He ,
J' g session from fifty cents to $1. thirty-six east and running due east
countiesin Master hoc vice. .
in twenty-five
correspondents lived unhappily with hu wife and drauk pro
t bru pressure is being brought to bear eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania heavily.At along south side of said lot to the east Alex. St. Clair-Abrams, '
F;:; to.ucethe government to increase I the and then due north It ,
on the effect of the unseasonable Los Oatos, CaL, William Eubanks line of same, Solicitor for complainants. 33
i tabs As the tariff is at present Minno- the said line fourteen rods and
several localities along ,
I: weather show that in killed His daughter because she wouldn't
apolie Bond eastern millers Canadian are able markets to periodically, much grass is growing as in spring, buds are give him her wages, and then cut his own then due west parallel wit t the first Masters' Sale.

J' .the. chagrin of Dominion millers. bursting on trees and !winter wheat.is so throat. mentioned line to Indian River, and Under and by virtue of a final decree of
. The Ogdvies have large mills in the far advanced that refers fear it will i>o A woman named Ruttort was killed by thence along said river' to the place of sale and foreclosure rendered by the Honorable

- northwest and will grind all grain. The ruined when a coid reap comes. Fruit burglars at Tarentum, Pa. beginning, being a strip of fourteen rods John D. Broorae, Judge of the Circuit -

f deal cuts a lot of other rolling companies will undoubtedly l e greatly damaged.In Henry Gugeler, aged 29 :years, a stock wide north and south on said river, and : Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of .

t oat of su&cient wheat to keep their millspng Fayette county this state, butterflies buyer whose home is near Danville, Iowa, extending the same width to the east Florida, on the nineteenth day of Novem-

and in consequence wheat has are flitting ar nd. In Columbiana. was killed by falling from the top of a car. line of the above lot described, the same ber, A. D. 1S9, in a certain cause in chan-

, jJHabed up to eighty cents and over inK county, 0., pear: trees are_.in blossom.The Jack "Willison a veteran soldier was supposed to be a fraction over eight cery pending in the circuit court of Brevard f
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country. The price paid by the -:Idun-'-Patterson-- liueL fatally injured by ears at New Lexington, acres, "'wore or less. county and for the circuit aforesaid,wherein .

JJwies was within a cent pf what Du- thesession OhioA Also all of lot one, section thirty-three, Martha Ann Judde and SAmuel II. Ray, ,

j a wheat at present prices could be .ATLANTA the, Ga.Georgia Dec. 4.During I Hon._ Foreljtn. and lot one of section thirty-four, her next friend, and J. R. Judde, her husband -
> *down here for. There is not within of {Patterson The Chinese have boon south of and Henry Johnson
t. rj W. A. Huff and R.V.. the railway projects township twenty-six range are complainants, -
SMXW bushels as much of surplus as members from Macon., went off to suspended, owing to political intrigues and thirty-seven east, situated on Merritt's is defendant, I will, as Special Masterin
two
: expected in the province when the fight Q'duel One went to south Ala popular opposition.A Island; one-sixth interest, as shown! on Chancery, sell for cash to the highest

was reaped. .. bama and the other to north Alabama, French and Belgian syndicate is about I plat from a survey made by C. B. Ma- bidder, on Monday, the sixth day of January ..
-
-"' A Peculiar Accident. and tried to fight with BOO miles between to build a* railroad from a point on the gruder, county surveyor of Brevard county A. D. 1890, the same being the first

CL'C1.'SATI, Dec. 2;.---Charles Edes, them. The matter was then referred to Lower Congo river to the French Congopossession and recorded in the Clerk's office tit Monday in the month and a legal sale day,
JOemplove in the tawmill of Clinton Revs. E. ,Worren., T. R. Kendall and with tOO object of working the Titusville, in book of deeds A, page 679, in front of the court-house door in the town
) W. B. Jennings. The long silence of CWI>district of Katan.:a. The engineer and known on said plat as strips seven of Titusville, Brevard county, Florida, all
these clergymen broken Friday when who will have charge of the construction of : described the following real estate to-wit: The north- r
a peculiar & and eight and particularly -
the road will shortly start for Africa. : more
Huff had with- S.V'. of the northeast
that })
accident Tuesday, which will result in they announced commencing 'on a line drawn west quarter (
for arbitration. This The entire German garrison at Mayenoe, E. of the northwest X. W.
r* death. He was operating a steel drawn his consent from Banana River to Indian River true (N. ) i quarter ( #
had the farce for.furtnernegotiations Alsace is suffering with iuduenza of section eight (8), in township twentyone -
1)
{ saw which was revolving at'a very reopens chains and )
Tho khediv MAJisurah has arrivedat and twent.r-nine
west
Sj.yacht east ,
bib raof speed when ft> broke. The under the coda_ ; of line (21), south of range thirty-five((35)east, a
Zanzibar. Emin Pasha is improving. Dr. ninety-three links north township
rffc band of steel hissed through the air Probable containing ten acres, more or less, and being .
Fatal Prize
Fight Parke is better. dividing townships twenty-six and townships -
105>a twisted itself in Brevard county, Florida.
but serpent"les' head.and He a loop caught at it with \VILKESBARHE, Pa., Des 2(}.-A prize The Imperial Academy of Arts at St. twenty-seven, and runs north three Witness my hand this 2Sth day of November -- .
fought near Plymouth early Petersburg has decided to exclude' Jews links and thence
eye band but too late The saw sheared fight was chains and thirty-five A. D. 1SS9.
the iCaJp from his head as neatly as a Tuesday morning between James Burns from membership. a continuation true north (which con- JAaiEs SANDE&laster \ .
!>:r,eon knife would have done leav- and James Far ell, which will probably A'German syndicate has obtained a contract stitutes strip number eight) seven chains in Chancery...
result in the death of one of the princI- amounting to $ ,tZ .'iWO to construct drawn
mg forehead. and links to another line GRAHAM
only a tuft of hair .on'tho the sixty ROBBIXS &; ;
2'rM cared for as well possible but pals. Eour-round, characterized by railways The in Egypt east and west from high water in Banana 33-5t Solicitors for Complainants., : s t
Thorbicke IV
the most brutal lugcrin were fougl ship was run into and *
fortunate is in all high water in Indian River .
", man probability When time was cauet.l for the fifth round sunk by the ..steauui'hlpP.. Coland. The River to
htally bane injured. He Was removed He to is his 25Ad Bums was unable to. l"t'ripond.n examination steamer sustained consldWable+damage but I ,containing thirteen. acres, more or A. L. Hatch & Son,
street.
< Litherbury -revealed the. act that he was nothing definite was learned as to its extent. less.Also
unmarried. badly injured interrftlly. He was removed Buffalo. BilTs how is having remarkable lot number one section eight, DEALERS r.i i,

Chicago' New Police Chief.CU1Ceoo. to a farm house' and hw death success at Barcelona. The Spanish' fancy township twenty-seven south, of range

Dec. 26.- Chief of Police from lockjaw QOW. reU1S inevitable has been caught by a new feature which has: thirty-seven east containing twentynineacres DRY GOODS NOTIONSP;

George W Hubbard was superseded in been introduced' the shape- of a spectacle more or less, being a lot of land ,
: $ ce Sporttng prkit. representing .the discovery of America by crweyed by John Houston to E. F.
r L 4 dwastFrcident Cleveland's Kilrain was found not guilty of p'r1ze. Cofambus and his Spanish fleet Parham, lying and being in Eau Gallic, Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, .

.Tfpouitoe as United States marshal for flgkting but'guilty of assault and of fOOiDd battery.He county of Brevard, State of Florida, or ,Stationery, Family Medicines j
tbedistrict was pentenced to pay a line JJnrtllAat'Quincy, 111.QUIXCY .
: of Chic Capt. Marsh's'matron : thereof be sufficient Garden Seeds
$o. .jail for two so much as may ,
in the county
as polio suTerintendent was be Imprisoned Ill., Dec. 27.-Jennings' bookstore satisfy said decree and the costs of sale.purchaser .
y Mayor Crete's- to the city council montha. The case was..appealed.The was entered by burglars Sundaynight to pay for titles.D. CHOICE: GROCERIES I.
,
and the safe blown The
W evening and met with little op- Fire Record. open. L.
GAULDENj *
burglars secured about $6,000 in stock
& Exchange elevator at Buffalo was de Master pro hac nee. Hay Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. ,
$250(00.The and bonds and about $700( in cash. Experts -.
Death of a Mi'Uonaire. moye4 by fire. Loss did tbo work. ALEX. ST.'CLAIR ABBAMS,
f cRllLQO. Dee. 26-Mr.' H. V.. Austin, barn of Moses E. 'Dodge of Hop1..1n p 33. Solicitor for Complainant. I CITY FOIST"I1 FLORIDA..

a v nent citizen Qf..Oak Pat 1U a ton, N. H., waa burned' and Mr. Dadgvwulost .. t

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'x :., .4 THE FLOBJ.DA .STAR THURSDAY, fJAN. 2, 1890. .

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. 1I r THE FLORIDA STAR. caused by the surrender of national bank Cocoa.A Melbourne. whisper their sad requiems o'er her tJ

0 notes during the past three years and the happy New Year to all. Chas. T. McBride has bought the store timely end. The funeral service u the

. ,, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. vast rams that must be collected by the Mr. John H. Sams, of Courtney, and and lot at Malabar known as Chapin'sstore. Carleton were attended by nearly

,. ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Publisher. cancellation government bonds duringthe hw DeVoe visited Cocoa last week. .. read person the in beautiful the place.. The Rev. Dr.jS

next three years, the necessity of restoring Rev. James Bolton preached Sunday Fresh cabbage, radishes, onions, turnips burial aerrice of tS

3i : ; S1.5O per Annum. silver is as manifest as is the jus- morning and evening in the new M. R etc, are in market-all raised in Episcopal Church. Flags were dupfcyj

a Entered at the Poll Office at Titvsvillecu tice of such a policy. Church. Sunday School as usual. the vicinity. at half-mast on the steamers St.Lade
"That the and silver of the west, and Cleo and on the flagstaff
gold
&eond Claas Matter. have been )Ir. and Mrs. W. Webb have arrived off,.
pouring in .steady stream the east Satisfactory arrangements Hector's store. All the stores
upon were .
do
and at the Goode House *
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor for forty years, vitalized every form of made on the public school question and are quartered ed, and all tried in some way, to how
for the winter.P. .
Brevard county. the school will be opened in Cocoa about their respect for the deceased
business there and steadied and upheldthe and Uses
circulation the 15th of January. J. Xevins, Esq., proprietor of the sympathy for the bereaved.
The Star has the Largest credit of the nation during a great The deceased

I of any paper on the East coast of Fla. war and made resumption possible, and Miss Katie Paddison, of Titusville,one River View Hotel, at Merritt, was a was a loving wife and an earnest Christ*.

j A SQUARE one Inch In space; 24 squares what we now demand is as much more to of Capt. Paddison's charming daughters visitor last week. an, and her sorrowful friends will kao

make a column. the interest of the east than of the west, came down to Rockledge last Friday and Messrs. H. Banks and son, of Atlanta, her no more on Indian River. Tierwas .

'always For advertising enclosing atwo rates enquire centstamp.oftbe Editor as the productions of the east exceed in spent a few days visiting the family Ga., were visitors at Melbourne and Melbourne 33. *

4 value the productions of thewest. Major :Magruder. Beach last week.

SUB-1 opICAL Exposition opens next "That we believe in the equal rightsof Divine service and the celebration of Messrs. Smith and McQuaig are very lElj'poluxo.
iI This it will eclipse all
f' 'k Thursday. year gold and silver, and free coinage for the Holy Communion at St. Michael's busy setting out tomato plants. They That Christmas comes but once a T

1 former attractions. both, and that no nation ever had, or Episcopal Church next Sunday by Rev. have a large area planted with snap is a startling fact. The original Jaifc

' FLORIDA STAR wishes all its readers ever will have too much gold and silver A. T. Sharpe. Morning service at 10:30 beans. who first made the announcement died

;'?' -and friends a Happy New Year. May coin. and afternoon service at 3:30.Miss James M. Hearndon and Miss Mamie years ago in Turkey after a life of m JQ

'i.; pA in "Resolved, That congress be requestedby Kate of Merritt the Hunter settlement mince-pi-ety. Christmas! It has a
1890 be the most prosperous year Eyer, spent a Watley came in from 1rinq

} IA t ,- general, and Indian River in particular, this convention to provide at its first few days last week in Cocoa visiting her last Monday, and were married by sound and is associated with ice, mo,.
.r session for opening the mints of the I etc., but for over a dozen yean the
friend Miss Moore. Miss Kate by wide-
t{ r has ever known. Carry 'Squire Ely. I
United States to the free and unlimited awake denizens of Lake Worth have
L her bright, pleasant manner, always bees
Mr. V. L Lockwood and family, from
r ; THE grippe has struck Brunswick, Ga. coinage of standard silver dollars of the makes herself a welcome guest. the the in the habit of holding their annual! p in
Daytona, have taken rooms over
:t' : t. Four prominent physicians declare the present weight and fineness, to be legal nic. in the open air on that festalW daj
Father of DeLand Cocoa J.Yeus office, and are getting settled in ,
*, disease prevalent There are xot I less tender for all debts, public or private, Foley, came to e always have had a god time-a l good;'
last week and held mass in the house their new quarters. Mr. L. is thinkingof
than forty cases in the city. The first equally with gold, and that until such dinner and good weather-and acd oaj
of Mrs. All the Roman Catholic going into business here.
case appeared about two weeks ago. The provision is made the secretary of the Payne. 1S89 meet was no exception. The hca
people of this section attended the ed eChristmas Eve we saw a large gather- and grounds of that well
krwwn
disease is of a rather mild type, however, treasury be required to coin the maximum old resi-
bration of the Eucharist held by FatherFoley. ing at Eau Gallie ; about 250 persons dent Will Lanehart
and the physicians do not apprehend amount of silver per month, as was the objective e

r r any trouble. now authorized by taw." were present. Supper was served at the point, selected for its central location,

Treutler Hotel, and dancing continued its welcome shade
of
The naphtha-launch Livinier, with I cocoanut ando then

t A DISPATCH from Xew York, dated Capt. Underwood in charge, carried a nearly all night. All present, we hear, ,I palm trees and the rolling billow were

fi ,, Tuesday, states that the numberof deathsreported The Death of Grady. gay party down to Melbourne Beach spent a most enjoyable time. just over there-twenty rods aware Ik

'' R at the bureau of vital statistics The same message which brought the last Saturday. They had a basket din Mr. Charles E. Williams was over from : day was more than perfect-plo-perfet

during the twenty-four hours ,ended at sad. intelligence of the death of Henry ner on the beach and reached Cocoa St. Kilda, where he is assisting Mr. Weed in fact. A good wholesail breeze fioo

L noon that day was 196( or an increa Grady also tells that public opinion about 7:30 p. m., after having spent a in transforming the wilderness into a E., X. E., fresh from the curling bfliowi

,over the average of about two per cent. strongly criticises the treatment adoptedin most enjoyable day. garden. He has a fine place on Turkey of the blue gulf stream, highly charged

The increase is deaths from pneumonia, trying to stay the disease which deprived Creek which he is improving and making with ozone, brought the smart: jada

4'' bronchitis and, especially consumption. us of such a useful life. It is the Monday morning, when the sad news a living, meanwhile helping others. along at an early hour. The haadsoae:
of the death of Mrs. R. Andrews of Melbourne
almost unanimous belief of the of
j', people and elegantly fitted Drucie
: reached here, it was received Capt. Jacob Fox, of Buffalo, X. Y., with Kt
i said Atlanta that heroic medical
MUCH has been in our columns treatment McCormick; the dainty Aurora m wI
with his wife and three children arrived i
with of
y expressions sorrow and deepest ,
about the Florida Fruit Exchange, and would have prevented the unfortunate bridal array, with the Brekhrds
sympathy for the bereaved husband and last week, and next day went over to sad
i in the following few remarks we are not end. So great was the love the people the rakish-looking Rosie B with load
't ? going to condemn that association but bore the deceased, and their affliction so family by everyone, as Mrs. Andrewswas Melbourne Beach, where they expect to of Hypoluxans, and then, a
through
reside. The is interested in the the
well known and captain
so beloved all.
11 by
state a few facts to let the reader judgefor sudden and severe, that reason became generosity of Capt. Hendricisoa
ogee
Melbourne and Atlantic and
f! himself. perverted and their passionate grief This Christmas was the liveliest ever Railway the steamer Lake Worth with a load of
Land and is with the climate
Co. delighted
Just before the holidays a citizen of found vent in denouncing the physician known at Cocoa. Huge bon-fires and humanity and the brass band, which
and surf
LaGrange, who has been shipping considerable in attendance and his school. numerous displays of fireworks from dif bathing. struck up a lively tune. It was their

fruit, in response to a letter addressed HomcEopathy, as a science is almost ferent portions of the town on Christmas At Malabar about 75 guests assembledat maiden effort in public, and a very creditable

:, ;'t to Messrs. JAS. H. SMITH & Co.,,. unknown in the south, and even the prod night made things brilliant as well as the house of Mr. and Mrs. Bassett, one it was, too, for they dust iii

i, of Cincinnati, asking them if they di gre+.!ve people of Atlanta have had little noisy. Nothing disorderly or anything where a tree and dinner occupied the themselves proud and were he&l1iIylP'

not wish to purchase some Indian River opportunity to judge of its merits. It is of an unpleasant nature occurred duringthe time until evening when the dancing began plauded. The steamer hid to return to

{ fruit, received the following reply : needles: to revive the origin and wonder holidays here. : and was kept up until a reasonably Palm Beach for another load of peak-

"Your favor received, and we wish we ful progress of this school or present statistics early hour. Some of the people from ers. The table laid for 150
)[r. A. P. Ball, of Xew Jersey, who, was pcopb
?' could handle some of your oranges, but from the great hospitals which exist with his wife, has been stopping at the Melbourne arrived home about two a. m., and twenty more had to eat at a atce&l,

it is impossible to do so at the price you i in every large northern city showing Peck House for the past few weeks, left having to pole nearly all the way. table. I did not hear the table grot
a t >> name. The Florida Fruit Exchange hasa its results as compared with those under
last Thursday on the sloop Maud for the Christmas Day was observed here by under its load of good things but I bow
branch auction house here-sales allopathic The associated
three management.
Halifax River, where he will look around service and Holy Communion in the it ought to and it had just vain fee
days in the week-and buyers press report published in Tuesday's TlmesVnion -
are
getting I fy a good comfortable yacht to purchaseas Episcopal Church. The church was there was more than enough for all,alit
their supplies there at from $1.50 to is sufficient, or should be, to satisfy -
; a pleasure boat during his stay on In beautifully decorated with palms and was artistically arranged-frott sad
$2.25 per box. This cuts us off from buying the people that Henry W. Grady'slife
+i dian River this winter.Dr. flowers. Large bouquets and an elegant flowers in profusion and eatables gattf
in Florida them much was in good hand Every adult,
as we can get except An
floral< cross of hibiscus slamandas appropriate having been Lied
: rope:% grace
: ,; cheaper at home and select such lots a* he be a fool, should be allowed to L. T. Daniel has a long streamer
1 etc., adorned the altar. Communion services by the Rev. 3Ir. MulfoN we ail fell to
we want." select his own physician. The illustrious flying from the top of his boat's mast on
were also held on St Stephen's, Everybody was happy. What more eoaM
It is needless to say our LaGrange I deceased had a family physician ; one which maybe easily read as he gaily sails
St. John'sHoly Innocents and St. mortal a.ik1 Music by the band fnt:
friend has no kind word: for the FruitExchange I who, on many previous:: occasions had the "ocean blue "A Happy Xew Year,"
Thomas of Canterbury days. and flowers, handsome and agreeaUe It-
,1 in view of this letter, but it: proven his kill when disease had invaded while the rest of his little craft is flying
dies and gallant men The fleecy p(
1'r' occurs to us that the fruit the-E\change I the household, and the father and husband with numerous U. S. flags. Mr. C. H. Christmas festivities at the Methodist
clouds
drifting overhead and oceasia
I was auctioning in Cincinnati at the had,sufficient confidence in his, ability Edgerton also has his yacht prettily dec Church were held on Thursday evening.A .
ally shading us from the bright saa-
above prices was not Indian River fruit. I from past experience to rely upon his orated with many flags for the holidays. fine tree was the great attraction, of but, better than all the knowledge that

i 4 We believe very little Indian River treatment with confidence whenever his Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. course. The preliminary exercises of re-
Taylor, of GrandRapids we were celebrating aad obeying tie divine
fruit has gone to the Exchange. Perhaps !loved ones were in need of medical at- citations, music, etc., were gone through
Mich.
I arrived at Cocoa Sunday command-"Peace oa earth good
t Messrs. SMITH & Co. have not handled) [ tention. When the distinguished head the and the presents about to be distributed,
night White. "
on They will spend will toward man. RCTHTELXotice
pi' very much of Indiau River fruit, or do of that home circle was himself prostratedhe the remainder of the winter here in the when an interruption was made by ,v. l

g fit, not recognize that it brings a higher II sent for the physician of his choice. comfortable cottage their son, Mr. Al I. Metcalf, who, as spokesman, presented to Taxpayers.

.market price than most grades of oranges.But Henry W. Grady was* no fool, but on the bert Taylor. Mr. Taylor looks as jolly Mr. Branch with a nice rocking chair, Having met my appoifitseata at &M-

this auctioning of oranges is condemned I contrary no one could question his right and as well as e\er. He says be intenlla"ing the gift of the Sunday School scholars, different precincts tee tax book will k

t, ,. by the commission men, and[ and ability to select whom he pleased too time" over ","hornrr.: Branch has presided as kept open at Titusville through ik
a "big fishing and
shooting
i if many of our shippers, and it remains t battle for lam in the hour of trial. The ducks I Superintendent 1 for the past two years. month of January.-
{ I E. W. HALL Colkctor
; "be seen if it be not best for fruit growers patient was a progressive spirit, and ,
It is with -
? profound chronicle
t tt to sell their fruit as they deem it most while reason remained his confidence in The masquerade ball which took place this week the sudden regret death we of 11rs'. XOTICE.All .

r ,conducive to their interests I Dr. Orme was not shaken. Would I it last Thursday night in HilFs Hall was a "". Andrews, which occurred on Sunday concerned take notice that I trill,

i We believe however, that all the fruitgoing hn>been right, then. when the delirium most: successful affair. It was largely attended afternoon. on or about the 1st dar of FehrriwT
i in, delicate
I Though healthfor
+ from our county should have ou of fever and stupor cf exhaustion had and some of the costumes were 1S90, make-application: to. the HoaonUr

j' the botE'Sour Indian River Orange Grow I rendered its victim helpless to have ignored strikingly handsome, and the disguised some time past,and only a few weeks the Pardoning Hoard of the StaSe tf
j ago prostrated by the sad death of her Florida for pardon of the crime 0tarsault
ers' trade-mark,, for large lots of fruit are his wishes*and fillet him with narcotics persons acted their parts x> well that brother-in-law serious with intent to murder wkkk I
no trouble
hipped from different sections of the and covered him with blister, forcing even old and intimate friends failed to ticipated until was an- was convicted at the fall term of the

1 ; state marked "Indian Rivers" which are upon him a practice for which he discover their identity until the time Saturday afternoon, when Circuit Court in the year A, IX 1S,fe

misnomers. This practice can only successfully had no use in his lucid moments. and of fur unmasking came. Refreshments were she was seized with uranic convulsions, and for Brevard county, Florida.
and soon becdme unconscious in which JoHsJ, Tcoo*
be combatted l.y our shippersusing which his logical mind had detected the I served in the hall, and dancing was continued state she remained _-

: this trade-mark and fallacy and hisobseryauteyecould I until a very late hour. until liberated by e
instructing easily death. Drs. Fee, Hughlett and Holmeswere Xotlce of-Dissoiulion.The !! .

1 ;'their consignees to that... effect. I discern was fast becoming as the PhY8i.1 I On Christmas Eve night the new M. in attendance, and everything that firm of Oliver i & Budge is tte tiv

cian in charge explained, 4ob lete E. Church was filled with a happy and willing friends or medical skill could do dissolved by mutual consent L C. 06-

The following is the platform adoptedby The treatment in the cases of Garfield. expectant crowd of young and old folks was done, but without ver succeeds to and will solely coatiMe
the silver convention recently in ses.I Grant and the German emperor are matters who celebrate avail. The re- the lumber branch of the boaneas **.
came to Christmas and see mains will be conveyed to the F. T. h**
the
family Budge in like mariner,
I 'i ion at St. Louis: of record, and that pursued in thecae ,
what Santa Claus
1 had hung on the twoloely vault at Sharon, Penn., Mr. Andrewsand ware branch. Appreciating the favofiw
1r ,, That the demonetization of'silver of Atlanta's idol will not suffer by trees for them. The church was Miss JIaf Blake our friends in the past we bepeak a--

4 worked in the practical violation of everycontract comparison. Henry W. Grady died the most beautifully decorated with ferns, I Andrews is)nearly frantic accompanying.Mr. tinnance of good will to the sew firm
" S then existing in the United victim of a laudable ambition. He died with griefat L. C. Ours,
palm, oranges, flower and Florida the
loss
.4 moss.Scarcely of her to whom he
States entailed countless I in harness-a was united F. T. BUDorLate
loes, reduced true patriot, almost a mar wood
any work could be seen only just one little yearago. The heartfelt partners under the firm nae ***
i prices more than 80 per cent., and its ef- tyr-for the section he loved. He wentto so entirely encased was the interior of sympathies of all forth style of Oliver Budge.Dated
lect is practically to make debts Plymouth Rock and braved the go to the 13XOTICE. 7
k perPetual chilly the church with green. Several! beautiful heart-broken husband and bereaved January 1st,
it takes from the debtor breath of the New family -
i as the ability England coast againstthe large mottoes graced different
who
portions so soon are again stricken in .
to pay. advice of his physician to tell his of the while ,
church
the trees themselves their dearest affections. .
Mrs. PL
"That it causes contraction in the cur- story-to plead the cause of his people- Andrewswas Loan OFFICE,GAISBVUUV }
were simply enchanting with their highly esteemed and dearly belovedby November, .168a
rency which reduces value until there is and there is little doubt that the death-
loads of gifts and glowing little wax can a large circle of Notice: is hereby eiven that tie MfevtfT
t a no profit left for the farmer, the planter, rattle was even then mingling with the dIes. The exercises cf the friends acquaintances and named settler ha filed notice of ai t iii*
I evening were both North and
t q4 or the men of small capital, who depend last silvery tones of oratory he ever uttered I most South. Her death tion to make final proof inwf portQJf
the entertaining especially the delightful will be a heavy blow to Melbourne aa claim, and that said proof will w m24
upon sale of products for returns I for w. & G. singing of Miss X. Simmerel and Ol- to her hosts of friends. An for \. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit GmrtrTitusvilt .><

their labor. lie Lapham, and the little daughter Christian earnest ,Fla.,OD J&nurr2S1h,13f 7
C. T. pretty a devoted wife
1 "That we believe that the certificate of Attorney McCarty is nofully an affectionatesister Clinton V. Honey well,Canaveral. n...
commissioned as notary public for the Mabel of Mrs. Baldwin. Master Car- a kind ;nd true friend, aflableand E. No. 18265 for lot 3, Sec. 1,Tp. 3&.B-

., State at large. Call upon him at An- ley Baldwin won hearty applause for his courteous to all, ever thoughtful and 37E. I
l lt kona for well delivered address, and, indeed, all considerate of the He names the following witaewe*to phis ,
acknowledgments happiness and
r in the Treasury of the United States, is legal papers, did well. Mr. Andrews feelings continuous residence npoa, and ca--
took the of of
others.
: a safe and sound currency and has been marriages, etc. Santa Claus part Long will her memory be vation of, said land,via: fear! 1 +
admirably and Dr. Hugh- cherished in the hearts of all who knew Emory P. Cronin, G>.o. M. Oa '
approved by the people.. Shiloh'i Catarrh Remedy positive can for Ca lett and Mr. Bolton both made pleasant her-bright as the skies Arthur Franklin, all of Canaveral f.I.UX.LDn .
That considering the Urrb. Piptherx. and Canker Month. Sold t y Dick on which he LTS4N.
contraction
i son Jt Gr 1.1'1\unU1e.FU r tod interesting addresses. last looked ; green as the pines that 3-1 \ & .



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'i A safe Investment. 1 OTICE.To EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR; i

r T. one which Is guaranteed to bring tha CUizeru; of Brevard County:
results, or In case ofShire
satisfactory
i" return of purchase price. On Having been appointed by the commissioners STILINGr cc T.A.YLOR.. ,'
% Sfe <* from our ad of said county to represent her at
*MDnig&t a hot le of Dr. King's the Sub-Tropical Exposition at Jacksonville Cocoa Indian River Florida. ', *,
E ve Discovery for Consumption. It is which opens on January 9th, 1890, ,
New rtJlteed to bring relief in every case and knowing the resources of the county as .
Sfenused for any affection of Throat, I do, I have no hesitancy in saying that I DEALERS IN "

?Jin or Chest such as Consumption.;! fully believe, with a hearty co-operation of
fSiimatlon of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asth- I the people, we will not only make the best
JS!Whooping Cougn. Croup etc.. etc. exhibit but will capture the capital prizeof '
it I.pleasant and agreeable to taste per- 81,000. It will be impossible for me to Hardwar.e Crockery Stoves Tinware
fectly safe, and Trial bottles free at visit each and every producer; I therefore

Dixon & Gray's Drug stor*. 19- earnestly request everyone who has any- ,
thing worthy of exhibition to write me.

Choice Orange Lands For Sale. What we want is a full exhibit of the products -
I of the county. We do not ask as a AND AGATE-WARE. .
'Three desirable tracts of high hammock -. donation; we will pay a fair price for all
land, located on east side of East articles. To the ladies do we especially Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, '.
JndiAn Hirer. Tract No. 1 contains peal for some of their domestic work.R. <=> TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY
acres with a frontage of half ,
56 88-100 P. PADDISON, "
a mile on the river, about eighteen acres Commissioner. Plumbers' and Mill

cleared, a bearing rove and nursery of BARBED WIRE
ORANGE TREES FOR SALE. .
trees Tract No. 2 contains 51 74- *
large Supplies,
100 acres with a frontage of fiveeighthsof 10,000 Orange Trees, budded from the .
a mile on the river, about six acres choicest varieties, three and four years WIRE NETTING -

cleared, a small grove and many trees in old, for sale at the Richmond Grove, Doors Sash Blinds
t. tearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100 Palmhurst, Enterprise, Volusia Co., and WIRE CLOTH.=
acres with a frontage of one-fourth of a Florida. For prices and particulars apply ? to ,

mile on the river, which is about four ] to J. LEONARD TURQUAND. Enter- .

miles in width. These lands are not un- prise, Florida. BRICK LIME CEMENT i Gr-l.Jl.S '
derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience ,

would plant a grove for his own YOUNG ORANGE GROVE
use on land so underlaid. Perfectly SHINGLES and LATH. AMMUNITION: ,

, healthy, free from fog, malaria and,frost. Well located on Indian River; payingnet FISHING TACKLE.a ..
Eight minutes walk from house to ocean
j beach. 10 per cent. now. Price, 3,000.
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For further particulars inquire of Bargain. Answer quick. Ship Cha,11d1ery G'od '

Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, &
Benj.
;, jjia, or of J. A. Shippie, agent, Geor- ADDRESS, BOX TITUSVILLE.. Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com:

IJ J I puna, Fla pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

'1, ST. LUCIE HOUSE ,
, Land and Groves for Sale. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets. .:y*<
:j < ,
, Having three places on and near the Opposite Indian River Inlet, ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITY. I
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Indian River, I will sell any two of themin

; order to better improve the other. ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and "
They are as follows: 121 Acres on Mer- estimates furnished promptly. .
ritt's Island, quarter of a mile south of .

Merritt postofSce, $GOO; 10.acres, two STILING & TAYLOR.NAUMAN'S
. miles northwest of Titusville, with 500 Unrivalled Hunting, Fishing .

1 lii-year-old orange trees, in good condi- Boating Etc. .- ,
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almost half of theground
tion, occupying Old and<< Reliable. Established 1S49.
., $2, OO; 10 acres, quarter of a First-Class Accommodations. Opened

a mile north of LaGrange postoffice, with from January 1st to May 31st. NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY ItB.
500 twelve-year-old orange trees in fine TilE PIONEER ACEKCY. PR..ESLE CO.
condition, occupying about'' half\ of the JAMES PAINE, Proprietor. ,
of fruit. This For terms and sample copies address
r 10 acres with a good crop
last is the north half of the Kentuckygrove. NEW CHA8.H. NAUIAN, WHOLESALE 4
Address, Jerome Twichell, La- Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. .

( Grange, Fla. Indian River LandAND THE .FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS

t' -- Launch "Livinier"Can
Merit Wins.We Naphtha
:Hotel: Coxn.pan..y An.d C0D1zn.iss1on.l\1Jerchants.:: : : :
: desire to say to our citizens that be Hired for Short Runs or Cruis-

.f; for years we have been selling Dr. King's ROCK LEDGE, FLA. ing. For terms and particulars address .

Sew Discovery for Consumption Arnica, Dr.King's We are opening in our fine Hotel a Land W. P. Underwood, Cocoa, Fla. .
Bucklcn's
New Lite Pills
We think that of the thousands
t Office. -
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have of strangers that stop many with us will be i ConsigTiiiicuts of Florida Oranges Solicited:
: never handled remedies that sell as well, liable to buy property if it is presented to O. J. :cTOlt.,
to., or that have given such universal satis ,
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facilities such that
them and our are we -
.1 J faction. We do not hesitate to guaranteethem think; we can be of great service both to Hardware and
every time.and we stand ready to I .
sellers and buyers.Correspondence :"
,; ST. PAUL MINNESOTA.
refund the purchase price, if satisfactory solicited. ,
j results do not follow their use. These General Produce I
J. M. LEE & BRO.
H remedies have won their great popularity 34 We have been the Agents of the Florida Fruit Exchange since its organizationuntil
purely on their merits.. Dixon & MERCHANT. this season, when they decided to confine their western shipments to Chicago
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.: Grey, Druggists. 13Master's KN and St. Louis.

... Melbourne FloridaJ.
\ Sale. 1>> 44. \ :t to..... We have been the recognized headquarters for Florida Oranges in the Northwest
it" ,Ht for years, and have the Largest Orange Trade and Longest Experience of
: Under and by virtue of a final decree BEST ZEE\) l'ItI1'CII.\ltDl'rc3hlcnt. any house in the Wett.

i"it. issuing outof the Honorable Circuit Courtof are those put up by W. M. BROWN,Cashier.
el the seventh: Judicial Circuit of the Stateof FERRY & CO. We have the best Auction Room in the country, and will sell Oranges at ,
D. M.
Florida, In and for Brevard county, Auction or Private Sale as shippers may wish.
dated the twentieth (20th) day of December Seedsmen Who are the in the Largest woild.D INDIAN RIVER BANK.
.. ,A. D. 1889, in a certain, cause in .M.FrRMv&Co5IIeautifuUy Correspondence solicited. References. Any of the National Commercial Agencies -
. chancery therein depending,wherein Julio Illustrated, Descriptive I Local Banks, Jobbing Houses or the Florida Fruit Exchange.

*King is complainant and Minnie E. SEEtrA: tfuAL Titusville, Florida. ( -- -
Ja.u4 Smith and William Barton Smith, her BUSINESS TRAN- .
for 1890 will be mailed FREE to all A GENERAL BANKING -
husband,are defendants,and thirty days
\ applicants,and to last season's cus-
- taving passed since the date of said decree tomers. It is better than ever. Ev- SACTED. Christmas Presents.
1 wll', as Special Master In Chancery ery person usincr Garden, Floweror Exchange bought and sold. Special and .
should send rorit.
SEEDS
fr sell at public sale to the highestand Field M.FERRY&CO.DETROIT prompt attention given to collections. Loans
)11 best bidder for cash in front of the O. MICH.Muster's negotiated on first mortgage for Savings \
Interest LARGEST STOCK EYER BROUGHT TO"FLORIDA. 1
... court-house door in Titusville Brevard ". 11m' Banks allowed, Corporations on time deposits.Individuals. .. .
county, Fla., on the third (3rd) day of Advances made upon available collateral.
101\ February A. D. 1890, the same being Approved business paperjdiscounted. LO EST PR..JICESu-: ,
. the first Monday in the month and a legal Drafts Business on all done parts at of Jacksonville Europe. rates.
i j sale day, between the legal hours of Sale. Every favor,consistent ith sound READ OUR FIGURES :
all lot of land cheerfully extended.
1&1e. that certain or piece banking
;, situate in the county of Brevard and Under and of by the virtue Honorable of a final Circuit decree CORRESPONDENTS- of Jacksonville, Boys' iron axle express wagons Oc toI.50 Girls' tricycle at $7.50, S3.50,and &9.50
I '" State of Florida and described as follows issuing ONt :Fla. The Seaboard National wood axle 30c to SOc
Jacksonville ; express wagons iWire
Circuit of Doll all sizes from 50c
fJt,. 'Court of the Seventh Judicial 2J carriages upward1,000 -*
to-wit: Bank New York. wheel I velocipedes 1 for boys of 4 years
M which is south Florida, in and for Brevard county. $2.50 chairs, of all kinds and designs, especially
. Commencing at a post
: W and 31N west and ninety (90) links dated the twentieth (20) clay of Decem- HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN Wire wheel velocipedes for boys. of 6 years made for children's .lm-tnaa.
i in certain cause in
.. ber. A. D. 1SS9 a presents, SOc each
3
5
r. from of southeast
the northeast corner
wherein J. RIVER BAKERYWe
,."J, Waiter of northwest quarter of section chancery therein depending, '\"irevll'1 velocipedes for boys of S years Hobby horses $1 each ar.d t1'.S ank
and A. F. S.
B. Terry is the complainant will Keep on Hand Every Day
thirty-three (33), township twenty-four and Ilcpsey F. Williams hiswife $3.25 Shooflys from 75c to $1 .
vii; Sty, south of range thirty-six (30)) east, Williams, are defendants, and thirty (30)) days FRESH .BREAD CAKES PIES Wire wheel velocijiedt' for boys of 10 to 12 Toy carts, 8x11 inches, ISeyears '.\
variations 1 and 32': thence south parallel $4Wiie
since the date of said decree :
with 01 southeast quarter having passed wheel: velocities for boys of 12 to 15; Toy carts larger size 25c ,
;i. line I will, as Special Master iu Chancery ETC. ALSO .
eat I 'heelbarow;
$4.oO 3oc and
of north quarter of section thirty sell at public sale to the highest! years, upwardsWe
...' Lee (33)) township twenty four ((24)), ami best, bidder for cash, in front of the Bottlers or Sodawater GingerAle
I : wnth,of range thirty six: (36) east, two Court-house door in Titusulle, Brevard .
((2))chains and fifty-three (63) link to a Fla., on the third (3) day of I have also a Large Number of Articles suitable for
i pot; thence west parallel with north county February, A. D. 1S90, the same being and other Drinks.ALL .
yY. line of aforesaid southeast quarter of in the month and a legal -
the first Monday
PROMPT GROWN
RECEIVE PRESENTS PEOPLE
; northwest ORDERS |
of section thirty-three
!' .. quarter sale day, between the legal hours of .
.B....; township twenty-four(24) south of range sale all the following real estate situate ATTENTION.S. .h

,1I' ninety-three thirty-six (3U(93)) east links, three to a post chains; thence and in Florida the county, described of Brevard as follows and-, to-wit State: of A. IJELCHER & COMPANY, Such as Ladies Desks, Ladies' Stand Work Baskets, Fancy OCkers i.u: l h t

af. with parallel with east line two (2) Commencing at the northwest corner PROPRIETORS, and Leather, Music Racks Easels, Book Cases, Statuettes, .J .,
;' chains and fifty-three((53) links to a post; iu Coleman's addition to Titusville all '
of block A FLA. Vases, Engravings: and Oil Paintings,
thence south line three TITUSVILLE, -
with
) east parallel I. ,Us shown on the map of said addition ,
-" ((3) chains and ninety-three (93)) links to record in the clerk's office 40( ,
now on .I/
place of beginning, containing one acre, of Brevard county, Florida; from said At; Lnr, ;ely 3El.oca.-u.ooca. Pr1.cea <

rf more or less. Terms cash. Fla. point of beginning run east along the XOTICE. FOR THE HOLIDAYS. ,. ,.1.
Witness ,
hand Titusville,
my at side of Coleman avenue one hundred -
* 1 south the Seventh Judicial
, In Circuit Court of
::: IMs 1889.the 27th day of December, A. D. and ninety-eight (19S) feet to the Circuit of' the State of' Florida, Dade GOODS SHIPPED ON THE DAY ORDER IS RECEIVED
west side of Hopkins street; thence run
,' A. D. 1889.-In Cftancery.
SEWARD F. GRAY. along the west side of Hopkins County, LOFTUS
south
CLA.R.B.:
Joti'ESSpecial Master In Chancery.. street two hundred and eighty-three Albert M. :Field "j ,

} 37 Solicitors SON tcr, Complainant. (2S8) feet and; thence ninety-eight turn and (19S run)west feet one to Leahretta vs. Field J\ Divorce 40 & ,42, U. Bay Street, 'JACKSONVILLE, Florida ..

f. hundred thence Upon the bill in said suit being filed anddue
-- Palm
side of street;
east
the --
I the east side of Palm proof made, as appears by the affida-
NOTICE. I north along
vit of complainant to the same, showing PIONEER COOPERAGE .
hundred and eighty-three SALE ,
FOR
LAND FLA., street two
OFFICE, GAINESVILLE ) and that the said defendant resides out of said ,
of
; Nov. 30th 1SS9. J f2S3) feet to the point beginning State it is hereby ordered that a hearingbe Barrels $2.25.
II Xotice hereby given that the following- said land being in lot two ((2).of section had, on the facts charged in said bill on TIlE ELEGANT Syrup .

imed settler has filed notice of his intention thirty-four of(34), township- twenty-one(35) east, the first Monday in April, A. D. 1890, and RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF Gauged to order ten cents extra. ;
south
to make final in of his (31), be-
proof support United that said Leahretta C Field do appear
States i .
to the survey; and Repairing.C
made be- according Wheelwrighting
*:-uu. and that said proof will be of land described as fol- fore said court on or before said first Monday L. E. BARNES,
rbe *" also that plat
A. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit Court, at in April 1890, and plead or answer to
'half
half of the north
The north LEDGE FLA.
2Sth 1890 viz: lows: ROCK O. B.
TtusTille, Fla., on January section thirty-six (36), said bill and defend against the same and '
J. Mims, of La Grange, Fla, H. of lot six (6), south of the facts charged therein and to do further Containing Seven and On -Third Breakeh

a .!..=.-15637.of R. 41 for E.the lot 3 of section 19, TI). 36 township thirty-nine Terms thirty-one(39)cash.east,(31)containing, ten range((10) and said receive cause.what said court shall considerin Acres Large of Land Roomy fronting RESIDENCE on Indian River.; elegantly -[ Honey barrels' from and 92.00 Oal Water up.Tanks s

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Be names the following witnesses toIjve acres.Witness my hand at Titusville, Fla., Done at Chambers at Tavares this 9th j Finished. Also a ThreeRoomCOTTAGE 4
.. his continuous residence upon, and 27th day of December, A. D.18S9 day of December A. P.l8$9. and Outbuildings. One of
this the
** vation vu Eugene P. all kinds oi COOPER WORK tofcrder.
W of, said land, : JOHN D. BECOME, i the most desirable places in Rock Ledge and
"-'f 01ari,of Ankma, Fla.; John F. Bell, SEWARD F. GRAY, Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida in i hammock. .
ry; of JOIIXSO.V
1 I 8U Lacie, Fla.; C. E. Chafiee, of An- Special Master in Chancery. and for the Seventh Judicial Circuit. For price, terms, etc., apply] to T.
***, Fla John Huggins, rf Titus- Florida.Er .
'j Q. JONES & ATKINSON, ALBERT F. QUIMBY LaGrange, ': :
'tFta.. ALEXANDER LYNCJI, 37 Solicitors for Complainant. 35; Clerk, Juno, Fla. Albert: A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla.
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fk ., KENTUCKY CLAY-EATERS. Commissioner's Sale. in township 20, south range 35.east, among the heirs of said deceased, and Indian
River
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bounded as follows: Commencing at a will be made before the Court House Steamboat' Co.
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(i t t Subsisting for Years on Mad Gathered Under and by virtue of an order of point on the east boundary line of a door in Titusville, Florida, duringthelegal

From a Spring. the Honorable John F. White, Judge Spanish Grant patented to the heirs of hours of .sale, and will be continued -

$+ it, CINCINNATI, Dec. 26.-An Enquirer of the CtrcCircuit Court of the 3rd Judicial l Joseph Delespine Michael Lazarus and from day till day till all said lands Scheduler in effect MAY 12, lttiif. .

,,.speciAl from Fleiningsburg, Ky says: of:Florida, in and for Hamilton .John Drysdale June 23d, A. D. 1874, 52 are sold.
The deata: of Emanuel Jones, who was county, I will on the 6th day of January chains and 28 links south of the Peter Dated this 2nd day of December,1SS9. STEAMER ST. LUCIE,

t killed ia the Indian Territory recently, A. D. bidder 1690,sell for at cash public the outcry following to- Fauchard Grant, running from said ROBERT MORROW, Leaves TITUSVILLE.; ................_.. 6am
t{ recalls t ) the memory of many of the the highest: of point south 73 west, 54 chains and 22 33. Commissioner. Arrives at )Iel1xurnf'l:
the
lands belonging to estate 0.-
r My people of this part of the state the history ): links to land owned by Henry G. Street, Returning
Pliney Sheffield late of said: county of :
of a remarkable femily of which thence south 11 along the eastern
Hamilton, deeeeased: east Leave Melbourne.........._........12
ho was the In 183' Reuben boundary line of lands owned by Henry
youngest. NEW DRUG STOREHas Arrives at Titusville..............
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Jones and wife arrived here from South Lot No. 1, 2 and 3, section '6, lot 4, (i. Street and Thaddeus Street to the .. apla
Carolina and pin-eluded a farm three section 25, lot 4, section 24, lot 1, section I boundary line separating the aforesaid Above daily except Sumiay.STEAMER .

s iIi miles tiooj this place where they resid- 30, all in township 37, south of Grant from the lands patented to William l. on hand a Fine Assortment of GEOHGIAXA,

ed unti:; their deatii. leading liv s of the range 40 east, containing 300 44-100 Garvin, thence easterly along the Leaves Titusville Sundaes and Tours
t I ordinary country r eo1tl ". To them were acres; lot section 30 township 37 southof boundary line between the aforesaid FRESH DRUGS.Also days direct for Jupiter.

M born seven children five boys and two range 41 east, containing 40 10-100 grants to the eastern line of the grant, SPECIFIC REMEDIES GUARANTEED
t i 4 + 'girls,each of whom showed no unusual acres; the southeast } section 15. town- thence northerly along the eastern TO CURE the Diseases for which- Leave Melbourne TE.IERrHITE
.i propensities until arriving at the age of ship 32, south range 30 east containing boundary line of the ;grant to the j placeof they are Recommended.IF Monday, Wediw*.
e hu't+rty. 160 acres; the northwest k of northeast beginning, containing 303 f 63-100 days and Fridays on the arrival of the
AFTER CsIXG ANY OF THEM, YOU St. Lucie.
At this stage of life they; each developed }. section 14, township 32, south range acres, more or less. The following: described ARE NOT SATISFIED: WITH TIlE RESULT, steamer
.11 a taste for sun-barecl! lay. Taking 30 cast, containing 40 acres; lots 1,2 and lands situated in township 20. YOUR: MOSEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY I E- Returning :
4 t a it in small quantities at first, but gradually 4, section 22, township 31, south range south ranze34 east, bounded as.follows FUNDED. Tuesdays Thursdays anti Jtturday
j'y; increasing the amount until they 30: east, containing 112 .;>-lUU acres: lots Commencing at the southwest corner of AVe have no cure-alls, but a different Sf-S0* Connection i is made at TitusTilfe
made it nearly their; sole diet. They 1, 3, 4 and 5, section. township. 31. lands owned by Thaddeus Street, running Remedy for Each Cla- of Disease with trains of the J., T. Jt K. \\'. S!}
? : were hospitable prop.I.*. and if their vis- 30 containing 15050-100 from 11 52 tern to and from all points North I
south range east, thence north west for Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart and at
tt itots were so inclined<< would talk for acres; lots 3, 4 and 5, section 6, and lot I chains: and 27 links along the western and Kidney's ; for Female Complaints; and Jupiter with daily !age for JUDO (3
r l ours on the $ t..ect of clay eating. "
,kt' ': .y Then procured their u.aiial < "1 Jt '4he bottom and sides,f a large spring on 1 to be owned by JaK Pritchard, all in I I deus Street and Henry G. Street,tnence Tetter and other Dij-eascs of the Skin. the steamer "I ..ike Worth" for all 1nJ.

the farm and after working the clay. township 30 south, range; 30 east, eon i i iI south 73: west 58 chains and 41 links, Give them a, trial :u.d.on. will nut bedisappointed. iug on Lake Worth.

would roll it out into cakes of about one taming: 145: 00-100 acres; lot 5, section I thence south 11, cast 52 chains 27 linksto \\". U. W.\ 'OS. Suj-erinteiidrut

p ," inch hi thLkne -*. n.,>!}cut it in pieces oftMSafcUe 14 township 20 south, ninct3d cast, I the north line of lauds patented to J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. I'a.",. Agit 1-
!' a i of an ordin'i.-y buscuit and place containing acreslot; 3. section 14, William Gurvin, thence easterly alon; 1) F. JACK, General Manager.
.; ..-,.them hi the up to .0". after: which they tOivnship 20, south range 08 c ast, containing the boundary line of lands patented to TITUSVILLE, FLA.

'.I L ',u1d store it in the smoke house for 75 -1W acres; l lot 4, section 10, : the heirs of Joseph Dele pine, Michael ------------ -- ---- ---_. -. -
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I p "Wuture consumption. Wherever they township :20 :south raiiire 3S cast, con-j Lazarus and John Drysdale: William
'; anent they always carried quantity taining 52 86-100 acres; lots 2 and 3, sec- arvin to the place of beginning; the S3.g OOO Fe>r OL:1.1y: $1.

with them and col id 1- sell nibbling at don 3: township:25 south, range; 37 east, j jcontainins lUte being a part of a Spanish Grant i

I g the It'mud had no with ap1)evident.\r;,'t euect 1'.11.-41-nnoa them ,i. 53 :!-lOO acres, lot 2 section I patented June 23nl: A. D. 1871 to the Ten Thousand Dollars in Souvenirs 0e Given AwayOn

e for awhile and the- would do an ordinary '34. township south range; 37 east, I heirs of Joseph Delespine, Michael Laz-
} day's wor.! .' A> the abnormal i| containing; ; acres; Rice place, hc in- I arus and John Drysdale, the same ben the Grand Opening; of the

habit grew stroa ..r o i e:h"\u. their color ring at southwest corner of southwest j the south half of a tract of land set off
began to change to q c.x-il y 11ow. i 4 uf southwest 1 of section 14, township to Cecelia Dufan by the circuit court of FLORIDA STJB-TROPICA EXPOSITION,
Their n1Ud- :it"l;: finally caused; the !12-1f south range 37 east. running: north J the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida, containing .
is death of all except unanuel, none of ,'170 yards, thence cast 420 yards thence 'j ;, 303 62-100 acres. Lot 1, section THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JAN. 9,1890.

,, them lining to be ,,\-Pr #> years old. Just :: south 70 yards to southeast corner of,Ii .6,, towuship 20 south range 35 east, containing Partial Lht of Prize: .
14 before death they all p.esputed a horrible !1 i southwest i of southwest J, thence west I 40 acres, more or less: town lot No. Valuation.

;: could appearance be, bins -o bloated after they :,' along the section line to point of begin- in Titusville described: as follows : commencing 1. Certified cheek for................................................................... ...SUO)
hardly Tt'nizf'd, and I I ning: containing 6 are; English: place.i : at the southwest corner of block o. Knabe upright' piano ebonized ravcd panels with stool and scarf. AX
,xi death the stench WH t o iparful that no !! i c1 ,en; )
undertaker would ro near them, and the :{i i commencing at a stake 110 yards from !I II 5 and run north 130} feet to dividingline 3. Parlor suite, five pieces magnificent: brocatclle, with ilk plush trim- 1 I
I I the northeast of northwest J of between and Titus land *
r family had to perform the last rite for : corner ;I McCrory miucs: as follows : One sofa! in terta cotta,one large ladies easy chairin
1 I southwest i on sub-division line between thence turning at an angle of 00, and
for their dead. I Ii olive, one large gents'easy chair in blue, one large reevptum chairin
I None of them ever married, and, after ', the east half and west halt of northwest running east along the south boundaryline olive, one large reception chair in old cold......................"........ 36fl

the death of the Da.-.":: ts, itmanuel, the i i i i section 14, township, south range of McCrory and Titus land 09 feet 4. Pair diamond ear drops, best: quality............. ............................ ..... 259
t t. only one of the fanhlyleft. sold the farm :|137 east, run north 7646', west 495! yards thence turning at an angle; of 00 and 5. Walnut bedroom set, eight pieces French beveled uiirrurs................. 2U

end bft for the w ;where he came to '-; more or less, to the section line dividing: run south across Titus lot 130} feet to 6. Set Haviland French china, decorated. 126: pieces............................. Wft

.1 Hs .death from Titnci. The spring; ,: sections 14 and 15, thence south along Main street, thence turning: an angle of 7. Gents' diamond studs.-...........-........... 125:

from which these e.. tanrdinarr people 1: said sub-division line 605 yards, more or 00 and run west 00 feet to place of beginning S. m.ni6cent gold watch and chain.......................................... 1:5:

'procured ited their t\Oli.C of supplies was i I less, to the sub-division line between I: containing J acre, more or less. 9. Elegant French china dinner set 149 pieces...................................... 1W
I ,r.''t r The earth by about your the fXr:spring pondent has to-day.the the northwest J of southwest i and Southwest \ of northwest } section 26. 10. Lady's gold watch and chain, solid :gold, very fine.............................. S5

of ordinary yellow clay, aadhow appearance :i southwest J of southwest 1, thence at an township 21, south range 34 containing 12. Music box, ten airs...................................................__........H..... 75
the people coula subsist' on on it for j i angle of 90 east-140 yards, more or less, 40 acres; northeast; \ of southeast J 13. Parlor folding bed, cherry finish...................................................... .66
k ten or twelve yeara i 8 a myste1'J.3lallpant i to southeast corner northwest i of section 22, township 21, south range 34 14. Antique oak hat'rack, diamond, French bevek J linrrtar.s' ._................ 86

r southwest }, thence at an angle of 90 east, containing 40 acres; northeast J of 19,986! other souvenirs, aggregating: .......................................__..... itiS .96
t Diphtheria.MINNEAPOLIS : run 550) yards, more or less, north on northwest J section 22, township 21,

s Minn., Dec. 6.The sub-division line of northeast J of southwest south range 34 east, containing 40 acres; all ...... ............ .
Journal's 20,000 Souvenirs in amounting to. .. ... ..................... .$9,166
y, a Aberdeen S. Dak., special :i J, and northwest i of southwest J southeast } of northwest } section 2-1, Only 2O.OOO Tickets Sold at .1.00 Kaoh.
r E says; The health superintendent of the state i j j I of section 14, to place of commencement township 21 south, range 34 east, containing Committee to award souvenirs: Gov. Geo. F. Drew. Dr. Joseph Y. Port.rf..

board center of of the has Ru&gone ian to settlement Eureka, the of 'I all in Section 14, township 40 acres; southeast 1 of southwest A. MacDuff, J. R. Tysen, A. W. Cockerill, jr., T. T. Stockton, T. S. "''il wda.
Edmunds and great McPherson> counties i 124, south range 37 east, containing 50 } section 12Z township 21, south See Sunday's Time -Union for full list of souvenirs.
to ,
take measures for tho suppression of acres, more or less; Saunders place coni1 range: 34 east, containing 40 acres; north- Tickets good for admission to grand opening of the Kxpositio'--
malignant diphtheria novr raging among ,'ineucing 246 3-10 feet north from northeast west i of southeast } section 12, township All orders for tickets should be sent to W. B. BAKNCTT, President of tW

1 the Russians. The disease was brought corner of west J of southwest J of 21, south range 34 east, containing National Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville. Fla., accompanied by the JBOHI- j
iI i to the settlement by a family of Russians j j: section 14 township 24, south of range 40 acres; northeast } of southwest J section $1 for each ticket. I

F who recently came over losing two children 1;137 east or sub-division line, from thence 12, township 21, south range 34 east Send to the Secretary for a full list of Souvenirs. Agents Wanted.
V route. deaths have already 773 4G' north 440 yards containing northwest J of south-
en Thirty !\ run west more ; acres;
IN PREMIUMS
OFFERED FOR COUNTY AND INDIVIDUAL
i occurred. One farmer lost six j! or I less, to section lie, thence run northon west i section 12, township 21, south $6,000
children and another said to have sub-division line 112 feet, more or range 34 east, containing 40 acres; south DISPLAYS. Send for full fet.
buried four children in one gra w. ,i i less, thence run east at an angle of 900142U 1 of southeast } section 14 and north } All County and Individual Exhibits addressed to Dirtctvr-Gtneralt Sub-Tnpieal
t Exposition, Jacksonville, Fla., will be transported Free by all line ia this
less sub-division of northeast section 23 21
yards to i township ,
I T'.trLo Want to ComprontU more or ,
State. Send the
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 6.There is line, thence south on said subdivisionline south range 34 east, containing 160 acres; to Secretary for printed tags. All space free.
I II. F. DILLON, Prewlt. JAS. M. SCHUMACHER. Treaal. S. ..\. ADAMS, Sec.Thl .
reason to believe! that friends of Maj. E. to point of commencement, said description Conley place, southeast i of southwest
f A. Burke, lat."state treasurer of Louisiana intending to convey all the 1,section 32, township 21, south range 35
r are seeking to pave the way for lands formerly owned by Robert Morrow east, containing 40 acres; west } of south
his rurn home. Popular opinion has I lying between lands sold to Robert west i of southeast i section 32. township
;' u located him .u Honduras where he has Morrow by M. E. English and a :20 acre 21, south range 35 east, containin
r large miring grants, and where no extradition 1 I I lot sold Roger by John Ira Sanders, 10 acres; southeast } of southwest i section I

treaty can reach him. A I i containing 10 acres, more or 1( 5; lot 4, 5, township 21, south range 35 east
,g t rumor is to the eriect: that Burke has < section 9, township 22 south range 37 E., containing acres; Armer place, at La
F realised ban l 1-omely: some of his min- j i containing 62 acres, more or less;; Carlin Grange, as follows: commencing at the 7
:; ing int *tS. audW& b to treat with I \ 1 AIi : I IBy
3 the state ., horities looking to a settlement place, south J of southwest }, section 31, southeast corner of the northeast i of THiIAD '
; M ; r township 21 south range 37 east, containing southwest J of section 20, township 21.
} 80 acres, more or less; northeast south range 35 east, thence running west DD D.
: 1 of northwest i section 32, township 21, with the variation of the section line .
18 a Xcw and Mast.ray Medical Trat>**, and tndi.. ,ensihis ft' rj'' YOU' C. MIDDLII I
south 36 20 chains thence north 10 chains
range east, containing acres; ACED. 81M! OLD MAN who U iiuurf-.Wealn.ac, L-dgacr, Low t : X-oDI 31.1S. TER'S SALE. lot 1, section 19, township 20, south thence east 31 25-100 chains thence Depression o' S:'uiB, Liver (.vml'!,.'.... 1- .J: the Ki&1. .t .-.t -t diva. d.. .:410.at el"e
) i Under and by virtue of afinal decree range: 36 east, containing 69} acres, more south 25, east 2 60-100 chains, thence Aoddeot iUouboOB,J'u..r.V&.4:. .Ja \'. '.r'ouw D\tt/Jtr.! .Li 1.x1u. m. u.ad

issuing out of the Honorable Circuit or less; north J southeast \ and south- east 37J, north 5 chains, th ,nee south .;. """ \ ,.;. ". .
Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of I west J of southeast i section 2, township 23,, east 4 90-100 chains, ri ence west t-. of ",\\I"I ,f.. I".. :.. ".".;:,.i'.t.:-<;;! .'i. I'A U.n 'IU; t:J! ; 1 \ I I J .
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the State of Florida, hi and for Brevard 22, south range 34, containing 120 22, south 04-100 chains, thence west !-4-! .{ a--tI1 l \l ; "- .. .

county dated the fifth day of October acres; northeast i of southeast 1 section 25, south 3 21.100 chains, t 'ence west :u. t..t.hp.r, h:1 vi'l. IVi-. orty one '"'0O r. !-) rial!, -:\!.d hi pi irt.w-m :
A. D. 1SS9 In a certain cause in Chan- 31 and north of southwest i and south- 636-100 chains, thence sou.h 265-100: :.)"IC"IOiZN"A.u.. -.,. h..1'o':' ..\t..l>... :- ..:*.. *. >..it.. .'.... A.icor .. IIUI'.. oft'..
e
< therein :t n. 1u tpn, t __. '! I it-'f t. :;:::tre'1h "'i n.1r;10" ;" ij t -H .4 V :'
depending. wherein .
t" -ery James west J of southwest 1 section 32, town chains, thence west 5 chains, thence This I. the\1L.y E.'EC'Y. RO.14 EOICO ton 1 ltJLOCV e;*r ft. ,w.wJ.aa.i...aV aMCxy: ---r--
rricchard and William M. Brown,under ; ship 21, south range; 35 east, containing south to the place of beginning, containing and perfect<< It 1A invawI: ;",w ..U..'iirks!. M..r the very row ULC T'.IA-: Oi g'' **<
the firm name and style of the Indian ICO acres; southeast i of northeast 1 32 62-100 acres, more or less.

1 g';.' tie Hirer B. Morton Bank, are and complainants Frank M. and Hat1 I section 31, township 21, south range 35 Lot No. 2 and west half of S. E. } of lli iil!
Morton
her
i husband and J. H. Foster east, containing acres; southwest t of Section 3, in township 38 S., Range 41east
and Mary P. For all DL>eaM>8 of Men,by the distinguished wither
32
northwest J section township 21, containing 143 acres. t
Foster, his wife
: are HENBT .
defendants and : 1)0MONT, M. I) \vhoht4 DISCOVEREDTHE
thirty days having passed since the date south range 35 east, containing 40 acres, Also one-third undivided interest in ELIXIR OF LIFE AND THE TRUE ES-
le of said decree I will as special master northeast i of southwest i section :28. the following described lands: East } of SENCE OF MANHOOD Ietter consulted. ia.

in chancery, sell at public sale, to the I township 21, south range 35' east containing southwest \ section 5, township 3-1,south Me''iooInflrmary.No.381CotumbusAv.Bo.ton.Xa.: *.
t highest and best bidder for cash in front : 40 acres; east of northwest k range 10 east, containing 80 acres; Twen "1 *
HEARD -'CO.
i a of the Court House door in Titusville I of southwest J section 2S, township 21, ty-nine acres (29)) off of the north part A VOICE IT SAID, AMD aaL-

K > Brtvard county, Fla.. on the sixth day south range: 35 east, containing 20 acres, of lot 4 and the east half of the southwest ---- -

of January A: D. ISlK(), the same being northwest J of southeast 1 and southwest t of northeast } section 1, township Olycio S-te'a: sb.ip Cc>..
ike first3Ionday in the month and a legal J of northeast \ :section 17, town- 32, south range 30! east, containing:

sale day between the legal hours of ship 21, south range 35 east, 80 acres:;, acres in all; lots 1 and 2 section 3, New York Charleston & Florida Lines. '
seta all that certain lot or piece of land. less 5 acres sold to C. D. Fury ear, containing township 31, south range 30 east, containing ,
I skttite in the county of Brevnrd and 75 acres, more or less; southwest 79 45-100 acres; lot 3 section 3 =_ = -
State of Florida. and described as follows I northeast J section IS. township 21, and lots 1 and 4 section 10, township 31 _

1 t .. to-wit: I 1 I south 35 east: containing acres; south range 30 east,containing: 135 28-100 =; -T = _-V_ V .jj j
Commencing at a point on the east line
!1nfarttaw I I est i northeast } section IS. acres; lot 2 section 7, township 31, south
of of
I a prolongation Washington avenue : toynship 21, south 35 east range 30, containing 40>> North J
: i tme hundred and five feet south of the range containing acres; : : _
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a '' .. &utheast Intersection of said Washing- I 40 acres; east } of southeast 1 Morel place, situated in township 20, = _. : j
I too avenue and Orange street, as shown section 6, township 21, south range 35 south range 35 east, commencing at a
ou a map or plat of the town of Titu- .I east, containing 80 acres; east 4 of northeast point on the east boundary line of a _
vile made by one J. Francis LeRaron I i section 6, township 21, south Spanish Grant patented to the heirs of 1

+ f for Henry Titus and now on file in the range 35 east, containing SO acres, east Jos. Delespiue, Michael Lazarus and !
office of the clerk of the circuit court in,*( l of northwest \ section 6, township 21, John Drysdale June 23rd, A. D. 1S74, j
il, and for Brevard county and State of south range 35 east, containing; SO acres: said point being the southeast comer of The Magnificent
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Florida thence running east parallel I southwest } of northeast | section 1, the Peter Fouchard Grant, run south Steamships of this Line appointed to sail as follow : l

1 with the line of said Orange street to In- I township 21, south range:::; 34 east containing 73'\ west 52 chaius and 27 links to I land From Jacksonville (Standard Time.) 1
to
marL I 40 acres; northeast \ of north- owned by Pliny. Sheffield conveyed to TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS &New sL' York..\. 8LjCALLIXO From New York to .' S"J2t
1 gin of said river fifty-two and one-halt west I section 2, township :21, south him by" H. and Sarah G'leason, AT CHARIiSTON.) I Mondays,Wedaeadajifc: FrVUCAIOUKQ lidXIDUSSEE. >
i feet, thence west parallel with said south I range 31 east, containing acres; south- thence west 51 chains and 22 links,south Sunday Dee. 1. at l1:00a.m : ( AT CU.t3LBIIeJt'r,3
CHEROKEE
g "t line said of orange street to the east line of west } of northwest i section 2, town- 73, west to lands owned by Henry G. Thursday Tuesday,. .". 5.; at at :1:00 OO: Po p.m m }IROQUOlS.flEL.WARE _. }2)j y.. Dee." t i, a at *,11 l1 P It. mDEWARE mEMTh9LE.
Washington avenue, thence y
: north ship :21, south range 34 east, containing Street and Timothy Street,thence north- RunWay.. S M 5:00 L m Yt311 SSEP, 3oaday, t, a& a 41 P' .
W along the said east line of said avenue 40 acres; southeast \ of southwest } erly along said eastern boundary line of YE1llSSEi IROQ .OIThursda. ,. ".. 12. at 1:00 .. 111 CHE801EE W..Yid.y. 1L a& JM P' ..
fifty-two and one-half feet to the point Sunday, .. U. at 10:00 p m SE11 OLI: PWa,. U. a& .. I
t of beginning. Including also the build- section 32, township 20, south range :35 lands of Henry G. and Timothy Street cRE80KEE Tuetlday. 17. at llOOLm .IJJL"-'U: .. N. .t "J_ 1 .
teg thereon, and the Ice,machine, boiler east, containing acres; west 1 of south 52 chains and 27 links to the northwest; BEML\oLE DELAWARE., Thursday, &"& 12. at 1:h0 P m IROQtO, Wsd'sJs T. .- "-. a& 7. > ..
Suaaay. 2l.: at I;00 a TLMAssFx al ._ i'
t and all material and machinery necessary east \ section 31, township 20, south corner of said Grants lands, thence east IROQUOIS Sunday. a. at 5:01) a In m Cla.RO&.J2. Friday **>. a .
1 '' w to run the same as operated by the defendants range 35 east containing SO acres;; lot 3, 73, west 54 chains and 22 links to the YE'USSEE Thursday 16. at ,:'o pm FaI-\OLF..:' .ad y'..r. Ja t7Ai t"J .
e1, .; herein. Terms cash. section 31, township 20,south range 35 point of beginning, containing 303f>>.100 CHE80KEE,, .- 'rtteada Suu.ay.ut9.. w SI. a& 10:00 a m DELlW.UU::. Moj ': 1*. at *fj -mSEHINOLE
I Witness my hand Titusville,Florida, east, containing acres; north part lot acres, more or less, the same being; the DELAWARE .Ihuredar. J an. e' :at at l'OO 1:00 I P ooh IU IROQUOL' 31 a1" 3ft a! 311 f- I
} this the -25th day of Nov A. D. 1SS9.SEWAKD 2, section 3t, township 20, south range north half of tract of land set off to Sep- IROQUOIS Tha day. I. at -1:00.. m 1

e. F. GRAY 31 east containing 43 j acres; north J of tuna Morel by the circuit court of the For Information Regarding Freight and PMSge apply toP

Special Master in Chancery. lots 1 and 3,section 6, township 20, south 7th Judicial Circuit of the State of J. A. LESLIE npt. Jactson.ille; T. 0. !:GLEE. Setcd6
Tn1lic1811',1' Gft'
II JONES & ATKINSON, range 35 east, containing 74 44-100 acres. Florida JOHS k HO:"ARD. F. F..L. .JactlOD"Ii1Je. r' U IBOSMOSOEE.: : 'Bowl1Da F P.A..jackyoatitte'*
32-Ct Solicitors fur Complainant j The following-described land situated Said sale U ordered for distribution WI. CL'IDE .I Co. General ..ltenta. 13 South 11 haver.... Y511ad.iphL ; a ...-
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r I CARDS. In 'addition to my very Complete THE lUSIC HOUSE OF FlORIDA;

GEUBfoE President 11. Brevard RoBBINS, WALTEB Secy. Brevard 8. GIIAHAM AI>- Stock of HERE WE ARE AGAIN !

Abstract Co. Etract Co. A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville .
6"tap1.e cb Fan.cyGROCERIES @ i

:ROBBINS & GRAHAM, _
I I IJ. Fla.

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,

P. O. Box 260, TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., Fiorida. J.Y\ ROGERS & CO. a.
Will Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos Haines
I practice in all the onnties of the Seventh
I Circuit and in the Supreme Court Special faaili- Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos. WilcoxWhite &
ties for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. Before and Organs and Chicago Cottage
l Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Ileirs an intelligent, appreciative
to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 Organs.I .
discriminating public, present ourselvesand
I HAY & GRAIN I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
L. GAULDEN -
D. make our bow, announcing that we station High Grade

Schedule*in Effect Nov. 17, ISSU. are candidates for their favors, good
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

aid Trains Time of, and this arrive line run and on depart Central' from Stand-the i:,I Titusville, Florida., Dry Goods & NotionsLADIES' wishes and-cadi. PIANO.SORGAL'Y I : .

.T, &,1.11'. and S. L&\. Union de- .
rot.S I. A. M. THRASHER, As blood is thicker than water, so is

Wet India Fast MaiL I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: cash better than credit. We propose to
Ko. 27 No- 14 ORi
40 m...Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA. get out of the old ruts, and Sell our
13 p Will practice In all the counties of the Seventh
136 p m..Green Cove Spring.? 21 a m Circuit and Supreme Court 3 Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard T
30 M..........Palatkju..........4 25 a in '
2 p
a. 3 30 p m-...... ..Seville ..:........3 02 a m I ALLEN E. HEYSER, Cash.
4 13 p ro....DeLand Junction..2 03 a in DRESS i
4 23 p tn.... rane City June....! 49 a m We handle a first-class line ofOlotliing .
5 15 p m..........-Sanford-.........1 15 a m Attorney-at-Law and Conveyancer. I ,. :
......... FOR LES MONEY than any other housfeliv.. t
.
.... ..Orlando 11 40 m
13 m. p Lake Worth .
6 P Dade County, Florida. United Stats I w ill ship a Piano\ orOrpan 1ft' .
.......Kissimmee-......10 50
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20 p n p m Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade GOODS any honest man or woman on trial and,it neF
1013 m.........Tampa.......... 7 30 p min satisfactory. I will pay freight b.'tb wsya..I5 .
p .. Port Lv. 6 30 County lands. cash and $10.month on a Piano and itt.each std
Ar Tampa m
45 D m. p '
." $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not mjich
Pullman; IJhffet Sleeping Cars between I TONES & ATKINSON, ANDIVIILLINERY more than ordinary rent. On these vrjrhb ml '
Sew York and Tampa, dailv. No 27 btf ps Both Ready-made and to Order. terms anyone can own a iugtruE-ttrJf .fen
FREE CATALOGUE containing full tformition' a
for Xos. 14 and 27connect 1F" '
,2 Kissimmee supper. Attoriieys-at-Law Sheet:; Music Strings.Violins Banjos, G' tars, Ac.... ....
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with Plant Steam- .
at Port Tampa cordeou, and in fact every Musical Instrument ..
hip Line for Key\Vestand Havana. Ships Titusville Florida. OurGents' that is mad,and at'fu.low prices. scd for ceuw
plete Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieeea of Choic A3tnsic
gaif Port Tampa on Mondays and
from
at 10 centper c..py.A. ....,
arrival of trains. No. 2;- SANDERS
Thursdays on J.T. ,
Furnishing Department B. Campbell Jack84m\'me.1 F .: 5
connects at Palatka Junction with the Flor- ,

Ida Southern Railway. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .
TBADfS BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND I Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Judicial Is Complete. Nobby Hats fromfirstclass '
DELAND.Lv Circuit of Florida.P. r
DeLand No30 No32 No34 No3G No33 O. Box, 235. TITUSVILLE, .\. hands', and Shoes to suit the .j';) ,

Junction-4:45p 8:50a 12:3.5p 2:20p 4:15p 11 GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, most fastidious. Trunk, Valises and ,-
AT DeLand 4:40a 9:1 Oa 12r 0p 23op; 7:Op; sHOW
DENTAL OFFICE OF Hand Satchels, too low to quote. ,>-
No31 No33 No35: ; No37 No39

LT DeLand3:40a S:Oa 11:30a l52p; 3:50p DR. L. T. DANIEL, For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we cannot -
Ar Deland i
Janction.3:35a.8:40all:45a2:07p 4:10p COCOA, I: }"LOlIDA.Will CLOTHING be excelled in the county.
be at the Grand View Hotel, Titusville, on ? a.
1 1t and 39 Nos. 30
Train 38 run daily.
a the First Monday in each Month, for one week or
and 31 run on Mondays, Wednesdays and more. Patronage elicited,and all work guaranteed AVe earnestly ak an inspection of our
and and to be satisfactory. 11M "Can the world know man has a good
t Fridays only. Nos. 34 35 ruu to Goods before elsewhere.
buying thin unless he advertises the possession
. ; from Berebford on Mondays, Wednesdaysand or it. 'VANDBRBIX.T. '
Fridays. All others daily except Sun- D. L. DODSO, A "....,. '
J. Vi. Rogers & Co.
1i
i day. Hats .

South }'Ioridaceommodntion.. DENTIST, -, IIiI ;; .
I No. 23. No. 66. TITUSVILLE, :FLORII .t.

g 30 a m...Lv Jacksonville Ar..f 15 p in Aching teeth filled and saved without destroyingthe
9 33 a m...Green Cove Sprin.5 15 p m nerves. Teeth with abcesses treated success
I 10 35 a in..1 .....,;....4 2-> p m fully. Roots crowned substantially Plates of Boots WRITE US
Para Broken Plates mended. Badly s. H. RAY
11 39 a ra............Seville .....'......3 03 p m pore fitting plates gum.corrected. Teeth extracted painlessly i
12 app m... DeLand Junction ...2 11 pm Office on Washington avenue. wherever you live,and

> 12 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 03 p m we will ship you a

1 I 335pm.........Titu8ville.\.ll 57 am J.F.. LEWIS fine instrument on 15
Shoes TITUSVILLE FLA.
1 20 P m..Ar Sanford Lv......1 30 p m Days' Test Trial in
] Daily, No 23 connects ,
.d
. FaUtka with Florida Southern Railway. Civil Enpesr aM Surveyor, your own home.

Connection made also with Indian ,Titus\Hlc, Flu.
: River bteamers at Titusville to and from '
landings on Indian River. R. B. BURCHFIELD, Perfumery, Jewelry, Gen'l Merchandise 1 i :

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Jacksonville ami SauJordCCIUU .
modation. COUNTY SURVEYOR. ,
No.15 No. 78 NO CASH REQUIREDUntil
Orders by mail will receive as prompt STORE.
3 35 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..l2 40 p m Cutlery
3 33 m..Green Cove Spring...11 37 a m .attention as calls in person. \ you have tested and approved. Our freight
p both ways if instrument fails to please in either
4 30 p m..........Palatka _.:....10 45 a m Address: Georgians, Fla. style,price or quality, Ours the nsk.your only s
8 40 p mSeville. .... ... 9 36 a m to give fair and full test, and buy if fully pleased.
6 38 p m..._Deland Junction... S 44 a m LA RUE P. ELY, Tin I. propose to keep
6 49 P m..Orange City June... 8 30 a m Crockery 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied

1 7 30 P m..sAr Sanford Lv..... 7 55 a m Notary Public for the State at Larye. by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL
Daily except Sunjlay.No. A' First-Class StockGROCERIES PLAN first introduced in the South by us. Fair- f
Palatka Junction with Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. cst method of sale possible and a great benefit to f'
.78 connects at
those at a distaace who cannot visit our ware-rooms ,
Florida Southern Railway. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER

:1 Sanford and Luke Eustis Itailt 'ay. of over 30 years' experience. Natural Wood and -OF- ALL RISK SAVED j

CLEAVE AttUIVENfTgl finish a specialty. this trial and
By plan purchasers absolutely as-
1\0.83 No. MO No 82 Melbourne, Florida. 6 t'. sured perfect instruments at the very lowest
I 7:40: () 9.00 a nuSanfonL8:10 a 1:10 p m possible coat. Selling only the best instruments -
pm
8:01 p m 9:30 a m..Paola..7:59a 12:47 pm A. M. Hamilton & Co., Willow \Ware comprehensive made tests that,will we do stand not fear the to most send severe them ad out
&34 p m 10:22 a m.Sorrento7:34a 12:17 pm on trial and fc them stand solely on then; menu.
,
8:4,1 mth46 ui.MtDora.7:22a 12:03 pin All we ask u the privilege of shipping on ap
p a 11:50Im TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, proval. No suit,no pay. Our fee.,hts if we faiL
WO p mll:10 a m.Tavares-7:10a ,
Daily except Sunday. No. 18 connects Wholesale Dealers in GARDEN SEEDS, EASY 'TO BUY
Mail._No.
Sanford with West India Fast ,
82 connects at Sanford with Jacksonville From us by correspondence. No matter whether i
for you live either ten or a thousand miles from a*
and Sanford accommodation. joints Indian River Oysters DRY GOODS We ship to all Southern States. Our system is
North, FERTILIZERS perfect. Prices in plain print and alike to alL
Indian lllver KVpress..No. One price only. No more, no less Large
Discounts from makers prices. All compe.
,27 No. 78 FISI-I tition met. Complete outfits free. All freizh4
11 40 rn..Lv.Jacksonville Ar..12 40 p w NOTIONS paid. Easy Every inducement Uta ,
p.
.
80 p m..t..Palatka..........10 45 a m ETC., any fair dealing house can offer. ,

a 30 p m..bevillc........... 9 36 a m Green Turtle and Game. Write for Valuable Information.
4 13 .DeLand Junction... 8 44 a m Hens' Ladies' A Chiltlrcus'SEJOES.
P Line of :
I have added a Complete Catalogues, Circulars Special .
449pm........Enterprise.-...... 7 58 a m All orders will receive prompt anal careful attention ,
6 20 p mw..Ar Titusville Lv... 5 45 a m ,whether by teltrgmpli, 17 Fail Offers-1889. Copy of new
Daily except Sunday. Steamers leave Ti- letter or person. Paper-" Sh arps and Flats"-

fesrille daily.'except Sunday, for all pointsto 'FURNITURELTTnESSBB ALL FREE. Address i
Indian River as far south as Melbourne I

U 6:00 m. Steamers leave Melbourne ,. ALS( UDQBJ & BATES/
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5.00
\ south far Its Jupiter, .r, 4-'
43)z for alt points as
connecting then with tage for Juno and all BEDS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE,
I Iwdingq> on Lake Worth I
Halifax River "Express. BEDDING, ETC. SAVANNAH, CA.MYSOr. 1
?N HARDWARE I ..
No. No. 78 --
27 I am Agent for thc Celebrated
12 40 p m-.Lv Jacksonville An.12 40 p m \LU"Deal
Lv.....10 45 a m FROM NEW YORK CITY AND I ,
220pm.....Ar Palatka H. Hawken-Pear Sir:: Yocr PATENT Bangor Orange Box.Can "..
2 50 m..LvPalatka Ar.- 9 35 m Mr A n
p sometime since and am
p FYE'GLASSES received with the men who advertise., You,:
t. G 00 p m..........Ormond.......... 6 25 p m very much gratified at the wonderful since 1 have change discardedmy that supply them in car lots or less onshort Ship Chandlery Goods. will never lose by itEEN.. FRAXKU' ,." 1f.,
8 ftin m..._Ar Daytona Lv.6 00 a m has come over toy eyesight "
old glasses, and am now rearing youri.ALSX1NDEB notice Terms made. 4 Write L &B.S. M. H.stout it -rte
Drily
AGE.
except Sunday.
bT1C etl on sale at City Ticket Office, No. Secretary Stationers' Board of Trade. Will also the Double Dressed
et Bay street and at Union depot, All fitted at the Drug Store of FLA carry These will be he main features of
TITUSVILLE. my
DUO & GRAY Vegetable Crate, the best made.
I"
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bonvi1le.J. business, buUorders sent me for any- i
A. LAUNEKD, G. D. ACKERLV Agt., Orange Wraps, Vegetable Paper thing kept in any store in Titus- \ i'i'e
Gen. Pass.
W. P. LAWSHE Supt.,Ticket Agt.,Titusville.D. SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALEThe ETC.I ville will be promptly filled. ,- :

.F.JACK, General Manager. Subscriber offers for Sale. in Lots : '

-GBQ. E. CHASE. A. Q. CHAPPELL. to suit Purchasers,Selected some Portions am Agent FertilizersAND for the Will buy.Fruits, Eggs, Chickens, : 1

OEO. E. CHASE ,& CO., 500 Acres of Bradly J. MoA,.T .T .TSTSR\ ,
I of the above-named Lands. Or any Country Produce my customersor KAU GALLIE. *

SHIP CHANDLERY, Situated. on Sebastian Bay and Indian I COTTON .SEED- MEAL. friends to market.I may. bricg Is prepared to Sink: ARTESIAN' .-
Geonriana
WELLS at any place between
RiYer, I carry a Complete Stock: of these and St. Lucie; 75c. per foot to 300ft. \

HARDWARE, AND ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR Goodi. ask for a share of the public patronage Will contract to any depth. \

INTER HOMES. and come as a supplicant, not a t .
Patent te Wire Rove Rig iu!, These Lands are in the immediate Quick Sales and' Small Profits is my I dk tator, asking for your favors.If 't j!

vicinity of the Motto. courteous treatment,good EACOTT & CO. ,

nSHDtQ GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS. FINEST FISHING Write for prices or Call on me before goods and low figures is f

T Agent: for Devoe & Co.fl Paints, Tule AND, SEA TIiIJGTING placing your orders. the candidate favor for TnTSVlIAE. F1A., !

r e Preservers, Tent & Awning Co., To be found in the, whole Indian public. then I'm TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKERS. .
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teat Anchors. River Section, and have also the ad.vantace elected.
'
KINDS. of Daily Communication by ? -
OAT GEAR OF ALL Steamers with all points north. Yours Respectfully, Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co., GUTTERING, ROOFING, r

Correspondence Solicited. Telephone Actual Settlers and Improvers will be \ Chilled Plows and SugarCane And Manufacturing of tim Ware. 1
Correspondence in- .
favored.
N08. 88 $ 90, E. Bay St., specially vited. Address G EO. B. RTJMPH, Mills., GALVANIZED WORIvt

JACKSONVILLE, FL. Frank H. Allen, Norwich* Conn. TITUSYILLE, FLA. -5.E3:. Ra- And Repairing of all kinda t

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La Grange. Co-partnership Notice.
A LOCAL XETTS.

0 ,I k -J. S. Watson & Co. have on hand "Jim" Carlisle passed Sunday at home. We have this day entered into co-part- THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR

: two cars of vegetable crates. Don't fail Rev.3Ir. LeRoy preached to us Sunday nership under the firm-name of Wetmpre .
,
& Gladwin for the purpose of erectingan
k i :. to see them before you buy. morning.The ice factory and operating the same in IS HEADQUARTERS FORGOODS

1 -The STAR.may be obtained, every improvements on Mrs. Allaire's the town of Titusville, Fla.

Thursday, at Dixon & Gray's drug store house are rapidly progressing.Mr. 37 T.S. N.T. WETMORE.GLADWIN.

r or at Dr. Screven's at 5 cents per copy. Ives and son Henry have arrived Titusville Jan.2nd, 1890. HOLIDAY

.,,1 *-The Indian River State Bank opened from Philadelphia for their usual winter .

this morning, the certificate of organization sojourn. Bids for Gilbert's Bar. ,

s L a: having been received from the Comp- They are rapidly getting the lumber,' The undersigded will receive and con-

I bricks, etc., on the place for Mr. Jacob sidder proposals for opening an inlet opposite -
trol1er.Th muchly-expected cold wave pre- Feaster's new house. the mouth of St. Lucie River until CLOTHING & SHOES.

,', dieted by the Signal Service several days the 1st day of February next. Said
Our boys went to Mims to play match inlet to be made at a point designatedby
i ago failed to materialize in this section. game of baseball, but it was a failure be- the.undersigned and to be a passageor

It 6 did-v'? not reach anv further south than cause of too few players being present.We waterway from river to ocean, of not 3-Ply [Perforated ooden Chair Bottoms
Jacksonville. less than 50 yards in width and to main-
; ''" -Lat Thursday evening the Baptists greatly regret the illness of Mrs. tain that character for 30 days before for 10 cents.J. .
J George Gardner and her little one, but being paid for. The undersigned reserve -
held, their Christmas entertainment at P TURNER:
Propr1.e"tor.
pleased to hear they are improving. the right to reject any and all ,
j the Court. House, at which a bounteous bids. Address, at Waveland, Messrs.
,, r? supperhad been prepared. Rev. A. Roberts Many were made glad to see once again RICHARDS,

br of, Jacksonville,delivered an address their genial friend Mr. Dixie Almond, of OLDS, GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. H. ROLUXS,

+ read selection Rockledge, who passed Christmas with 37 BAKER. Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. Notary Public
t + }t. and Mr. Scott, of this place, a -

i 4: f from. Dickens.: Everyone who was "Little Tom." :Robbins: G-rahazn. ci3 B.o1.11\6 r
,
}q ,,. resent speaks of the affair as a very Quite a party, consisting of Mr. T. TITUSVILLECOMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE DEALERS,
"'
r Peasant. .one, and we regret we were not Johnson, family and guests, went to Au. ALL .KL DS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD & EXCHANGED.
....,
C there.ou- l res. rantia to visit the Dickinsons Christmas. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,

I + 71 \Ye observed a few very nice Christmas They report a delightful visit and a most *
: P. O. Box. 2.50,
'V..' presents at the Indian River Hotel, excellent dinner. \

1' tit, ... amongst them being a valuable diamonding Mr. Charles Stockel, a former residentof TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLORIDA.We .

; ? presented to Sirs. C. H. Watson, by Indian River, but now of Jacksonville, .. e'l
,p. Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list of
::1t her husband; and two silver napkin has visited several places along our beautiful Institute. carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.

rings received from Jacksonville by Mrs. stream. We were pleased to tee RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property .

:; Villeret. him, with Mr. Geiger, of Titusville, at on Indian River.
.. -The :New Year entertainment for the School. full: mruercial Course of Book-Keeping, Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
"q Sunday .tc.. including Penmanship and and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchaser who
; little folks at the Methodist Church last Mathematics, h:;0 00 may favor us with their patronage.
The school visited Thornton's
I nihtas' largely attended and the seating cane Books, paper pens, ink etc., for same % 50 Xo Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
room was not sufficient. The churchwas mill recently and enjoyed themselves im- Penmanship Mitheniatiuj,,per complete month course, t 5 00 00 Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of la,.
mensely, for there is nothing stingy about Payments t,)be made, cash one-half down for Any priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
trimmed with palmetto fans,and the branch. Money fir text: book, ,,'OJ'books, etc?
i the Doctor. Besides giving them their cash In full For further partienlwa apply to
tied
a ladders on which the presents were ,
i fill they returned loaded with specimens Fla. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM.Secretary
1 i were trimmed with evergreens, flowers E.: H. SCOTT, TituSville,
oi his finest cane. BreV'arc1. .Tostivxot of Tltlo Oo. .
with the ,
..a and ornaments which, numer-
1fi' ous pretty.gifts, presented a charming Mrs.Julia Coleman entertained a number MADE WITH BOILING WATER. Incorporated A. D. 1889.

j bight. The program was opened by the of her relatives and friends Christ CAPITAL STOCK, $5OOO ; FULLY PAID ; XOX-'SSESS.'BLE.

I choir singing <4Jpy to the World," and a mas. The dinner was delicious, consist Epps7sGRATEFULCOMFORTING.! ; ; Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each &4.

$'r short prayer by Mr. Scott, followed by a ing of lettuce, snap-beans new Irish potatoes dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, vir,$ .OO
for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.
recitation by Miss Eaton, nicely rendered. beets-all grown on the place-
Taxes Paid tor Xon-Resldeiits.
I Miss Charlotte Spencer tben*sang a solo, and many delicacies.Mr. Cocoa
"Daughters of Zion," after which little A. C. McCrory died at this place 3SF" For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry sad
annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against: loss by Tax
rr I Lillie Turner recited "Baby," which was Monday, the 23d ult. As he was one of MADE WITH BOILING WATER. Sale. 12

loudly applauded. The exercises closed our oldest settlers we will miss his kind Box 250, Titusville Fla.

by the schooP in jag "Ring the Bells." greeting and pleasant smile very much. JACKSONVILLE MARBLE GO

Mr. Ray delivered the presents to the Especially will the little ones miss him, ,

t children in his usual happy manner,and as he never passed any of them withouta Dealers in* Inclietn: R.iver Hotel,
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then the cake and lemonade were passedto cheerful remark. The relatives have Monuments,

the audience Everyone enjoyed the our deepest sympathy in their sad be| [ Headstone, Z-
1I h Hotel b new; Furniture
occasion, and the new church was highly reavement. Theremarks of Rev. Mr. h Iron Fencing, is new. Capacity, 150Guests.

s., f praised by many who saw it for the first Foy at the grave must certainly have carried 5. Lawn Furniture -.-. .
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time. comfort and hope to all who have -----. -==-- -=-_ -= : Table supplied with Oysters
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Marble, ,Y.-;;;, --- -=-- Fish, Back, Venison. _
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laid loved
For continuation of Locals see first page. to rest ones.Micco. --' -
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Granite, Slate, -- Oranges Pineapples,
r y-' Bananas,etc.
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Santa Claus at Fort Pierce. ; Onyx.Building -.. ;- Salt-and Baths
-Sulphur
,, qr Micco sends greeting to the FLORIDA -'c
f Mrs. C. T. McCarty gave her school a STAR. A happy and Xew _) % StoLe, It Ji )- Free to Guests.
,', '' evening's entertainment Christmas prosperous ', Wire Fencing, ,rte Sail, Row and Steam
pleasant '': ,
Year. 'tee boats connected with the
Eve. By special invitation the ..;,..! saaaa Slate Mtntelr, '
Hotel.
o
E Mr. Josiah Williamson had new Irish ica
y'i' entire school assembled at her residence Iron Mantels-XJ! Best*of Hunting aa
A ..I at 7 p. m. In addition to the schoolpropt"r potatoes on Christmas day. Can anyone '? Grates Fishing.; Hunter Dogs
beat it? b --.r and Guns liatsn.w .
f z. on a
,, she had extended an invitation
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Moehler have Rates: $3 to 13 per day.
returned -
t to all other children, and ,the whole number ,nA4 H A 'A 44 C {ft l ,Ale.UWit ; 1 I"'"'' Special rates per week,
of juveniles numbered 35. The evening to their home in Micco after "i i!>e r 101+!i II ,.; t, ''M ae ...Mn I or month. *"
I a was pleasantly spent at indoor sports spending the summer in the north. 'I I J J :'f" NAnd N

r ,i, and games, and from the hilarity that Messrs. Clementi, Payne and Proctor, \\J I j I I t TITUS'" :IL3CaFJ: F'7GORC A.

,*C a',R, '' enlivened the vicinity they had a good of Micco, with Mr. M. Lane of New ,: I it t \ t Situated on the Banks of the far-famed Indian River.:

; time indeed. At 830 a sensation was York, took a trip to the Narrows last .. .., I "'IT' The Chief Office of U. F. Signal Service I* In the Indian River HoteL

created by the arriva of a veritable St. week and brought back a fine lot of all kind Tiling, Hearths Wire Mats and F. B. SACKETT
,', Nicholas, bedecked in fantastic attire. oysters.If Stone in fact anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind of Proprietor.

He gladdened the young hearts by presents Send for Catalogue at the same time plating the
ta'r -r .' you want to see fine vegetables and style of goods you ar*in ne-d of as we have different E. L. BR.AD"'yHroceries -
of candy, nuts and oranges. Such Catalogues in the different ..branches our ,
pineapples must visit Micco. Wewill
you business. 25
1 events relieve the monotony of school
show 'Ol' as handsome tomatoes Many 23 L'utr.Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Grain Garden
)
a,. }; 6 life, and are oases on the broadening Hay Seed Fertilizer
in Florida. We will be glad to see > ,
horizon of childhood. Much credit is
and will treat well. We havean '
due Mrs. Howard Main for her kind assistance you you ETC.
THE BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD
excellent wharf and warehouse, post- I call the attention of
rc > I tions. office, signal and telegraph station, and FOR THE MONEY! Fancy

& more improvements in view. Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf


f ,{ ,Christmas OT '. n Thursday, Tree 26th December at Dlerrltt, at the, Awfully pleasant Lake ,Worth. ONLY $20.1!!!! all kinds. Also my Stock of *

Smith House, was hung with Chinese But "damagingt'y" dry. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, .Ground Food & Wheat.
4 lanterns without and decorated and ..1It1lt1ltIIt___
The usual Sunday services and Sunday w1YY'r" .,19 I am the only House Indian River
brightly illuminated within. A Christ. IAT.c on dealing exclusively in the above Line of
School on the 22nd.J. we Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I invite and solicit
For a 14K. Gold ; your correspondence
# t mas supper was given, followed by a distribution T. Earnest has been suffering in your patronage. ery truly,
I i of gifts from mammoth beautiful f 1 Filled, Open Face
> ttj a health considerably for the past week, u'K- Stem Wind Screw E. L. BHA.DY.
Christmas tree and the singing but is slowly improving. r111ED
Back
S 4 of,carols and hymns. After the and front case
: supper The inlet was opened on the 20th, and, with anEICIN
had.been1 done full justice to, the Rev.Ir. Goods ;
:>, iIo. at last accounts, the water was slowly Dry Carpets M ttingsJ
T;< harp made a short address, after OR WALTHAU
washing out a channel. ,
;. whit\ttti gifts on the tree. were distributed I movement. .

by )Ir. Xevins. The singing that Judge A. E. Heyser has imported a Cue warranted bymakersfor2lyeare. OIL
r followed was couple of cows so as to be able to supply CLOTH.
>t very enjoyable especially .
fresh milk, cream and butter to his Oak- I k
,l the solos by little Mabel Baldwin. The ; 'V i TCUES sent

; peculiar and unique feature of the affair lawn House guests. I t r to any point of theM Kahn Furchgott & Co.

a was that it was almost impromptu, having County Clerk Quimby wan calling on ,. oountrywhere there, I

been undertaken by a few ladies onlya his Lake Worth and Palm Beach friends C Is an Express OfficeC. J.A.CKSONVILLE

a few days before Christmas; but all our the 17th and 18th., returning to his post O. D. *abj.ct to ,
f residents responded so promptly that the of duty at Juno on the 19th. inspection before Offer at all times Great Inducements it the above-mentiened AnieJ.tM.

1, ,Cupper and gifts were more than amplefor .. p'urchaalngwhenorder \Window Shades Sf Lace Curtains '
the occasion both in quantity and progressing Is accompanied Turcomans Smpa Rugs <

_quality. The attendance was very large, any time since it began. and Mr. Durst << by 5Oc to payexpress and Mats. ]

I t and the occasion was marked by the says he is liable to hit water now at charges.
1 any
J.J.J.J. J.J.JJ.J."J. They carry a I large Stock, and and are able to with cwtlu IB
fr most cordial sociability and friendship. minute. I compete prices 1
]1 steam..eelkenma..b. visiting Jacksonville do fail to call l
Vt them
Everyonebig and "little on or write to them il1&U are*
-was there E. B. Plunkett made of ., .,Icon Vow blot want of goods.
a shipment
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from Merrilt, and Mr. and Mrs. Goodyear 'I aW fM&S KT togctbcr.
i ; from Rockledge, came over in their string beans on the 20th. It used to be'j Write for an Illustrated 1 KOHN, F-URCHGOTT & CO.
!, steam v acht. Where everyone did so stated that beans could not be raised in I Catalogue.' 1 1S1ra"(1Vberry
s. much it would be invidious to give this section, but we hear no more such JEWELER Bay and Pine Streets, Jactsomille.Swan' IS
names of anyone without giving all. All assertions; now. WM. H. SPECK ,
4 contributed to and enjoyed the pleasureof V '\. it ,. : P an.1ain.: : soP"tcna.b: : C;; ::1 I
the evening and it is hoped that the The STAR Editor's friends .in this f Cor. Lemon and Front Sts.. l
brilliant success made will resultt. section congratulate him ou his marriage;-\ Improved and Hoffman' Seedling, $4.0Qjr 1000. Order &W I
1 making this an annual event. PALATKA. FLORIDA.Agents' Several Brands of FERTILIZERS
but were not taken by.surprise to any LNDIir RIVER specially adapted to-oursoflandefciafe. I
-- BRAND
i, ,.. extent he has shown -- manufactured bran old firm, the Davidge FertIlize Oc.
TheRe Geo.R.Thayer,otBoutboD'bd. < as strong symptomsof Send for Circ1ar.
Also '
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I profit per month will Bone seal, Cotton Need Meal and )! '$ arffull I
t ; "Both myself and wtf owe our lire to;Sbiloh'i ; prove etc.. .a P
Owuann-tion Cure. Sold by Dtefcaon & Grey.TItusrflie .' that dangerous complaint for some!i $525 it or par forfeit. tier- portrait jut David gs Fer hzers. A line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for cataleg e I
; F1a. time. ]., out. A $&$'Sample eut rata to aL "
SAM I
w.lLClucheaterASon, 2*Bond si&T. JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Biier Nurseries, MeXxmrae, }1a.I .



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