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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 9, 1890
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 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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i VOL. X. TITUSVILLE, FLA. THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1890. NO. 38, ..

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LOCAL LACONICS. -Captain A. Wilcox, of Melbourne -J. S. Watson & Co.,have just received -Mr. G. W. Schuyler and \

.Jln. W. B.Watson and two child Beach, was in town Tuesday. H a fine lot seed potatoes.Mr. Merritt, were visitors to our

rt'D Arrived in town from Jacksonville onFridsy. -Rev. John Moore, Catholic Bishopof H. M. Lee, wife and son, of Monday.Call.

St. Augustine, was in town last Thurs- Kansas City, Mo., arrived here Monday.Mrs. on E. T. Redding for

.-}! J. J. Winson and wife,of Sagin- day. J. M. Phillips and Miss Philips details for all kinds of

J",jjjck, registered at the Indian River "Criterion," the best 5 cent cigar in of Newark, N. J., were in town on dress Titusville, Florida.

gold, Monday. the market. Try it once. At Geo. B. tlonday. -Read the startling

I -1 000 otter hides 3.000 coon skins, Rumph's. .I -Mr. C. E. Chaffee, of Ankona, who Messrs. Clark & Loftus, :

and ail deer and alligator hides wanted -Save your furs and skins and send : has been in town for a few days, returned ers, of Jacksonville, on our 5th

jtG. Nolle', opposite Ray's store. them toJ.S. Watson & Co. They pay I home yesterday. -Early Vermonts, Early

'i _Make known your wants to J. S. the highest cash price. Money Money Money 11 / to BANKS, Beauty of Hebron,

J J Watson & Co. Theirs are 19, and yours -Mr. J. F. Lewis has just received loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & Potatoes-choice seed.

IDlY ,outnumber theirs, and they can four'Kentucky horses, brought here from Graham, Titusville, Fla.J. GEO. B. RUMPH.Mr. .....

help you. Orlando by Mr. Ed. Miller a few days I Edward *' ,
S. Watson & Co. have on hand Spencer, a

i ,.Service will be held on Sunday next ago. : two cars of vegetable crates. Don't fail six feet height and with j #,,-

. 4 it the Episcopal Church; morning at 11 -We call especial attention to' the to see them before you buy. portions, spent a few days on ] 4 ,

j and evening at 7. o'clock. Rev. A. T. newadvts. of Goldsmith Bros, and Mr. Work has commenced on the ice last week and started north ti

4 i Sharpe will officiate. M. Goldsmith on our 8th page this week"They factory by Messrs. Gladwin & Wetmore. afternoon. : ".

'1 ,ooo small, live alligators wanted, know the way to reach the people.M. In a.few weeks they hope to make ice. -Miss Edith Altree, of

which I will 15 cents. each. Will B. Bunnell of Purser : .
for pay brick-layer and -Mr. E. J. Burns' house, opposite the Altree of the steamer

J tike them in lots of 20 and upwards untfl plasterer, is prepared to take contracts Presbyterian Church, will soon be enclos- ana, has spent several days of ;n

; tLe 28th inst. G. Nolle. anywhere on Indian River. Addressall ed. The frame is up and nearly all the week in town, and is now *>* '

.-We noticed that little Miss Ethel communications to Titusville, Flori sheathing on. down the river. jO',

JJomph occupied the position as organist da. 29 -Mr. W. R. Knox was in
-l\Ir. Mac. Porter, of Lake Worth, is ;
1 tt the ,Presbyterian Church, on Sunday -Mr. F. T. Budge greets his patrons now an assistant at Indian River State day and states that the

I evening last, with great credit. 'and our readers generally with a new Bank. It is gratifying to see that the Mr. Lee's Hotel Indian River

, -Mr.D.&Hutchinsonhascommencedclearing: advertisement this week. It is so attractive business of this institution is constantly half completed. He has

the land in front of his hotel, that it cannot escape the reader's growing. temporarily until more

!' and ere long we shall see a decided improvement attention. The schooner -The new safe for the
Manatee has been
on the river bank at his place. -The furniture of the Hotel Indian painted and thoroughly renovated, and State Bank arrived on the t

-Capt. Rice has bad sickness in his River, sold under foreclosure of mortgage in a couple of days will be ready for the freight :Monday. It is quite a "

t family recently-his daughter and wife Monday afternoon, at Rockledge, reception of visitors wishing to take a but as it was well covered with

. .being ill. Both are much better, and brought $28,500, and the land advertisedin pleasure trip on our river.J. we could not ascertain further

Hi J&cque is soon expected to be about connection with the hotel property lars. .
1 A. Durst, of Crescent City, the
brought $3,000.Mr. pioneer well-sinker of the State of FlorIda -Quite a number of ;

,I -Oar young ladies are anxiously and Mrs. C. P. Harley and two is now operating Lake Worth, Fla., will be present at the opening;of

' looking out for another dance, when children ; and Mrs. F. G. Holgate and where all communications may be addressed Tropical 'to-day.

j i they hope to "trip the light fantastic" two children, of Defiance' Ohio, arrivedin [ and information received.Mr. son says that Brevard's I
i strain's of the town Friday. Mr. Harley is presidentof finest there now. Let our
celebrated
to the inspiring
W. I. Philpot, of Sanford, Me.,
Hotel Indian River. > the Merchant's National Bank at the at the head.
Und of
arrived here last Saturday afternoon and
-Mr. M. Dearborn, of Wayne, Neb., above place. They all took a trip to joined Mr. E. M. Goodall on his trip The work of adding new

father of our popular conducter, E. C. Rockledge on Monday. down[ the river in his steam and sail etc., to the steamer Rockledge

De&rborn, is visiting Titusville. Mr. -Captain R. P. Paddison came to launch. The party started Monday.A ed to be completed

Dearborn and his father expect to visit town Saturday evening and reports new top buggy for sale ; handsomely two or three days so that she
ed down the river her ;
their Cocoa in few everything at the Sub-Tropical as looking I to
place near a days. finished ; factory price, $115.
well. He the Brevard dian River Inlet.
exhibit does
-Mr. E. B. Hall, wife and son ; and says Will sell it for $90, with a new set of
credit to this and he all -Messrs. A. M. Hamilton &
,: Mr.and Mrs. C. H. Brown and son, of county, hopes I buggy harness included. A bargain. .
who possibly can will go and see their I now shipping large lots of fish
Kew York, arrived in town Saturday. Can be seen at my place-Harry Roberts,
county show of fruit etc. and their business is much
so
Hey left, Sunday morning, for City Mims! Fla. 37
I Point and Cocoa board Mr. E. H. -Captain Simonson who has been last year that .they are now'
on -Miss Balfour, of our town, is, at this
with a party on a trip down Banana building owned by the Florida
Titns'sloop
Magic.Dr. writing, very ill with remittent fever;
River far Newfound Company for packing fish for
as as Harbor, returned -
.and Mrs. J. J. Roberts of New but her physician anticipates a favorableturn north.
with them to New Smyrna last
York City, were arrivals in our town within the next two or three days.
week where landed and left for -Mr. C. W. Horne of
they ,
Saturday evening. Dr. Roberts is an Miss\ \ Balfour is a sister of Mrs. John
Tampa with their boat. Capt. Simonson, Simonson.The spent several days down the
Episcopal clergyman, and had notice
I who returned with the Yankee Doodle returned to Jacksonville on
been given would have officiated Sunday lands advertised the past month G.f'.J
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Saturday last, reports all as having enjoyed train Saturday. Mr. Horne is a
it8t Gabriel's with pleasure.Hon. Belonging to the estate of Pliny Sheffieldwere
a very pleasant outing.Mr. of some note and speaks highly
sold, Monday, and bid in by the
. G. S. Hardee and two daughters River in comparison with other
Miss Emma and Miss Minnie, were E. H. Scott started his commercial Sheffield Land and Improvement Co., of globe.
our
guests of the Grand View last Friday institute, Monday morning, at the the total amount of the sale aggregatingover
Court-house, using the room on the sec- $9,000.Mr. -Mr. Frank E. Heath left
trening. Senator Hardee was accompanying -
j sonville, Monday, to stay a few
ond floor known the
generally as Lodge
F. B. Sackett took
! his daughters back to their a trip to
witness the grand opening of
Mr. Scott succeeded well
school at White Sulphur Springs, Fla. room. quite Sanford, Tuesday, and purchased an
1 He that about
Tropical.
. with his new venture, and now thinks omnibus and a two-seated carriage, both says
-MLa Susie Brown of Mims who of the of
that he will receive sufficient patronageto crop oranges on
; of which will be run in connection with
; has been spending the Christmas holidays mitt grove has been shipped.
continue his teaching the year round. the Indian River Hotel. Mr. Sackett i

:1 i at Lake Worth, returned, here, on We trust he may meet with perfect success. says the omnibus is a very nice affair, remain here until about the
,j teame'r White, Monday afternoon, and
will seat twelve persons, cost $300, andis March.The
said
she vacation
a most enjoyable
spent
I steamer tit.
-Our much-esteemed friends Mr. and expected here about Monday. Our
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on the lake. She )eft for Mims the next left Wilmington, Delaware, la ,
Mrs. Happersett are now quite happy in : Indian River Hotel proprietor is workinglike
morning. of the arrival their the day morning in charge of C I
; consequence new at a Trojan, and by the purchase of
Cabin cat boat for sale, in good order home, who made his: appearance on last above much-needed adjuncts to his hotel, and crew. It is expected that "

i ; eighteen feet long, and seven foot Sunday morning. We are told that he as well as a steam launch, it is very evident steamer St. Augustine, will

; cabin. Safe and dry. Ready for imme- is a splendid little fellow, weighs eight that he means business. He is now shortly to be sent down to

diat delivery at Eau Gallie or Titus- pounds, is quite good and also quite hand about to purchase two horses. tion. Captain Watson expects

Tille. Entirely suitable for fishing or some. We extend our hearty congratulations at Wilmington until the St.
hunting trip. Terms neasonable. Apply and best wishes to the happy fam- -Mr. R. Freeman Hall, of Georgiana, is completed and ready to start.
at Eau who started for DeLand, Tuesday, Dec.
once to John Aspinwall.
We learn that
at
ily. a
returned Indian River Hotel
(shin. 37 ( 24th, to ,
4 Major St. Clair Abrams and Mr. J. Thursday evening last with his bride, he stockholders of the Indian
-A Basket Fair with supper will beheld M. Lee were in town Monday morningfor taken unto himself a to Growers' Association, held at
having partner
by the ladies of St. Gabriel's Church a few hours to attend the sale of real share his joys and woes during his visitto on January 1st, the capital
Indian
connected with the Hotel
on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, estate from the above place. As he was rather Association was reduced from $
River property. They came up .
Feb. 12th and 13th. No efforts will be Rockledge that morning on the little bashful with reference to giving particulars $5,000, and the number of
of his marriage to so charming a
spared to make this unique entertainment steamer Lela V., and the fop was so thick !: ed from one hundred to five
lady, the STAR cannot say more
young
the event of the season. The ladies that they could not see Titusville on than wish the newlT-married couple a $10 each. Books of
their arrival here. The fog bung over "
*iH meet at the church next Wednesday long that morning.The long life of prosperity and happiness open at the Secretary's office
town unusually
afternoon at three o'clock, to perfect the our They left for their home at Georgiana : duced stock on the payment .
lot, building and machinery Friday morning, and we have no doubt
"ogements and all interested cordially $1 share.
are cent.
owned by the Indian River Ice Factory they met with a hearty welcome from or per t
invited to be present. Company-Messrs. Morten and Foster- their many friends. -The steam scow Loxahatchee ,
-The situated north of Coleman market, unloaded of the brick and other
stolen watch, the property of just -Mr. Chas. B. Cory, wife and ghild,
Jk: H. S. Williams, ,and which he in.tended near the railway, was sold under fore- and Mr. ,Geo. H. Read, who has been material which she was
as a Christmas present to his son, closure of mortgage, Monday, and bid in spending a week with Mr. Cory, came down for the hotel at St.
has been found. Purser Watson, who by Messrs. Pritchard and Brown, of the over from the ocean beach on the new started Tuesday with freight for
informed us of its recovery, appeared Indian River Bank who held a mort- side-wheel steamer Canaveral, Tuesday. places down the river. The (
well pleased that Mr. E. Sidney Williams gage on the property for $500. We have Mr. Cory says the water in Banana sioned by the GeorgIana's )(
jrottld ret have the pleasure of receiving not learned what disposal they will makeof Creek is BO low that the steamer experienced repaired has caused the frei
valuable Christmas present It was the property, but will have no troubleto some difficulty both going over up at the wharf-house, and it (
jj und where it had been secreted-among realize the amount they bid it in at. and returning here owing to the river sary that the Loxahatchee be ( d
.....e._ bricks on board the ,Loxahatchee. Sel- into service to deliver freight.Mr. .
-Messrs. W. H_ TAndeman.. J. B. grass,and atone time 1201bs.of steam pressure )(
bum*ne negro the Arthur stealing been exon-- lersRT. Holloway, J. M.Hocker, J. would note the paddles revolve L. C. Oliver expects ( '
charge of C. Rogers and Watson Green, membersof side-paddle steamer, mence at once the building
'Mrs. Massenden and her daughter, the Turf Club, Lexington Kentucky, evidently, is not so good for plying the wharf, commencing at the
3n53 Eate who is one of the charming arrived at Indian River Hotel, Friday, waters of Banana CreeK as a sternwheeler. present railway wharf on the
joong belles of Bath, Maine, arrived here from the above place. They chartered She will now be hauled out, her paddies and running towards the shore ,
Saturday: afternoon's train from the 'I Captain? C. F. Fischer's schooneryachtElfie shorted and widened, a longer shaft of three hundred and fifty :
;hove Place, having landed at Jackson- and started at 1:30 Saturday after- made, re-painted, etc., so we may look width of thirty-two feet. On G
"m S from the Clyde steamer Iroquois noon for a trip down Banana river, butas for better results on her next trip. Mr. 'keep his stock of lumber, ;
OQ &iday last. Although the sea trip all their trunks had not arrived, they Cory, who has been suffering from the direct from,the car it is shipped ,
"as hth rough Irs. Mnssenden looks returned Sunday evening for them, andas grippe, which he caught in Boston, is and.ready to load into a (
*lrbbl1 well after it; but the sea soon as they were on board the Ellie now better, although not looking quiteso the trouble of loading on a i
; h d on Miss Kate who has been again started off. The party had well well as he did on his arrival. He, carrying out to the end of the I
: D. *r4 during the past few days. provided themselves with all possible necessaries accompanied by his wife and child, is now the case This will
w f 1 are visiting Mis. M. P. Robbins, for a pleasant and jovial outing, left for Enterprise yesterday, and will convenience, and will enable I
f *eater of Mrs Mussenden. I which will last for two or three weeks. be away two or three weeks. the cost of carrying out on the '


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I didnt die was I got beta from
j; YERBAL CURIOSITIES. t er the next morning and; ate raspberry CARING., FOR'".THE BAR. raven locks can be seen a play of iridescent court.- the'pgloe He'quit station drinking, from and the 1dice
from aU this, these went to
r determined not to fill .that coloring. Apart
jam a grave work. Go to one of the
was dug. before I died.1 Marietta (Ga.) dyes are very injurious often affecting In the city. Pass tie wig
RESEARCH AFTER USEFUL INFORMATION FROM ONE
PRANK STAUFFER'S Journal the eyesight. wheels and
ringing hammers.
f INVESTIGATED. A little ammonia or tincture of can- See that
WORDS. WHO HAS
OF .
,THE ORIGIN tall broad shouldered
4 The Sparrow and the Alligator. ... tharides acts as a mild stimulant. Rub, man with a cheery
An alligator and an English sparrowwere ring the scalp with a raw onion is gain face, begrimed not with lamp black bet
jJ1latq Expressions That Sound Awkward seen to engage in a battle near Bow to Beep the Hair Glossy Healthy to be beneficial with afterwards a touch with the result of honest labor That

hid Redundant Bad a Sensible .Beglnnluf Darien, Fla., the other day. The 'gator and Handtome-Combs Should Be Used of honey put on, but from forty to fifty Tom Blinker.
"" Words That Have Been Tirhted provoked the fight by snapping at the Sparingly-Simple Bedpea That Will Add strokes night and morning with the brushis When tha whistle sounds ho takes: oft

I! ,=Tet Retain Their Original Significance. bird, which in turn flew furiously at its Greatly to Mao and Woman Comfort. best of all This will also develop the his apron buttons his stout coat shoat
ugly antagonist, aiming with precisionat muscles. him and with a brisk swinging walk anda
'Theorigfa of some words Is as peculiaras the saurian1 eyes. The 'gator finally "A thing of beauty Is a joy forever," arm Dress the hair In whatever style suits cheery whistle: starts for home. Follow .
the subsequent deflection of their and so is a rich mass of hair on a wom- him to a neat little
the contest and b cottage aaj
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gave up sought safety best without following fashion's -
meaning is interesting. The word tariff an's head. Even if nature has denied you watch the picture that the light throws
rom the sparrow's attacks by hiding itself jest Do not comb it up to the top of the
hadaqueerorigin. A ijromontory called her other gifts, this one will make her the curtains at the window. See
under water.-Detroit Free Press.Mr. bead that almost take the roots upon a
'"Tarila,1n southern Spain, juts into the lovely, for 'tis woman's crowning glory. so Cor.you Boston Globe. happy wife in-tidy attire throw her aims
'Straits of Gibraltar and commands the The German and Breton women have along.- around his: neck and kiss away the din
entrance: into the Mediterranean sea. beautiful hair as a rule. Among American of the factory. Soe happy childrea
3ie ancient Moors built a fortress uponit H. M. Stanley's Early Tears. people, strange to say, a really good TOM BLINKER'S BABY.THE clamoring to kiss papa. See there a*
: end levied a duty on the merchandise A correspondent of The Western Mail, lead of hair is the exception. One can- their evening meal-and then if Tots

carried by the passing ships. This tax writing from St. Asaph, furnishes some not imagine why this should be,but scana STORY OF A FALL AND REF- does go out after supper-Mary and the ,
-was 'called "tarifa:," which was finally further interesting particulars the room full of men and women and you children go along. The neat cottage k

-"I. shortened to tariflL Another word with early years of Mr. H. M.Stanley. When will be assured. ORMATION IN REAL LIFE. Esnt Tom's yet but it will be some day: '
a queer origin' is the word stoker. In Rowlands-as Stanley was, of Perhaps a few hints on the care of the for he is the old time Tom sober, hardworking
t dd."'ErgUsh'"fjtelJt" means to "shut," young hair may be welcome and honest.
3-Year-Old the
The LIfe of a Darling
known before he by
-Theri badst thou the gate stoke" (shut). the gentleman who took him America ness. The epidermis of the scalp, like Price of a Man's Redempt1on-The Little earth that Tom and Mary visit every
.*Ihe man on.the. engine who puts the -attended the St. Asaph Union school, that of the body, is constantly being Mound of Earth on Crown Hill-The Sunday. On this mound In summer the

'-coal into the furnace,and then "stokes" the schoolmaster had so high an opinionof thrown off and must be removed while Neat Cottage of the Old Time Tom. flowers ever bloom, and winter's fierc

the door, becomes 'a stoker," or shut- him that he used to puthim in chargeof the glands of the scalp, particularly the Tom Blinker was one of the boys:," gale that rends the oak and shakes the
nrffef: the schoolboys during his absence. oil glands are very active, pouring out and there are many in this city who evergreens sinks to a low sweet and ten-
i : r A O03CMON SALUTATION. The boy was quite equal to the task of their secretions, which spread throughthe would know him should his right name der lullaby as it passes: over the spot
The annual fair in the Isle of Ely was maintaining discipline. He would allowno hairs by capillary attraction servingto be given. He made good wages, spent where rest the remains Blinker's baby.
4 t called St. Audrey's fair, and much ordinary one to question his authority. Rather lubricate and keep them in a glossy his money freely and was a hale fellow
but showy lace was sold to the than to suffer any one to take liberties condition but at the same time render- well met with every one. AN INTELLIGENT MALTESE.
.-country lasses. St Audrey's lace soon with him be would give the boys a ing them liable to catch dust and float When he and Mary stood before the I .
became proverbial, and from that causetandry thrashing all round, and this he used to ing particles. altar in the little church and linked their I It Branch 'Llry from..the Meeting; hoc
corruption of St. Audrey, wasetablished do so effectually that no boy was found IU Oaorlnar a Pjtllare.
a
TUB EFFECTS OF WATER. lives together many were the compli- Over at the West End there livesacot
as a common expression to bold enough to dispute his authority.The The very best methods of keeping the ments they received, for indeed they which is
ored noted
denote not only cheap lace,but any other boy was particularly fond of geogra- scalp and hair clean and in a good con were a fine couple. Their friends congratulated family for possessing
.' part of female dress which was more phy and arithmetic,and seemed never so dition is frequent brushing with a soft them and the future looked a breed of cats which it seems to

:gaudy in appearance than warranted by happy as when, pointer in hand, he was brush. A celebrated hair dresser says: bright. And when the first little prattler have a monopoly of-remarkably intelligent .
its quality or value. We now spell the allowed to ramble at his own sweet will "You cannot brush the scalp too muchor came the acme of their happiness animals they are, if not always
word 'tawdry and use it in the same over the face of the map. He seemed to the hair too little." This is a better seemed to have been reached. sleek and handsome. Not long ago a

-sense. his fellow pupils to have the latitude and rule to follow than to spend money for But Tom's old habits clung to him, lady on Beacon Hill who was In need of
The salutation, "How do you do?" longitude of each place at his fingers' pomades etc., many of which are highly and ere many years had gone he beganto a servant, and to whom a daughter of
a -sounds like an awkward and redundant ends. He was also a good penman, and Injurious and result in harm where neglect his home. Often he would this colored household had been r&cco
sentence, and yet its origin was a sensible on this account was often selected by the good was expected. come home late at night under the influ- mended called one evening at the little
: one. Dow in old English, pronounced porter to enter the names of visitors in a Persons whose hair is kept short, as ence of liquor. The money be earned house up an alley where the people li red.
do, means "to be able" "to book kept for that purpose, and at times with children and men, derive a lasting passed over the bar of the saloon and the A stout black woman came to the doot
thrive," "to .prosper." It should not I he was even invited into the clerk's office benefit from plunging the head in a roses faded from Mary's cheeks. The "Does Eliza Orangcblotisom live here

redundancy, for it is equivalent I to help with the accounts."T. basin of cold water every morning and stars left her eyes; her face became the lady asked.
to saying, "How do you thrive?" "How L. L.W." says that having searched then rubbing the scalp briskly with a pinched. and deep lines of sorrow chased "Yes, she do, ma'am; but she aiat la
do you prospers The colloquialism, the books at the workhouse in orderto coarse towel. away the dimples. Still she did not complain jes' dis minute," said the stout colored
**He is a do-less (dow-less) fellow," had find if.there are any traces of Stanley Under ordinary circumstances frequent and Tom did not see what great woman. "But ef you'll step in IU sea' -
tbe same. origin, and means one who is there, he discovered among the entries brushing is sufficient to keep the changes were going on in his home. out actor her."
too weak or shiftless to prosper. the name of John Rowlands some eight hair and scalp clean and in good condi- From one house to another they moved. She led the way in and seated the lady
r( When, as Americans we use the word times. The first entry is that of his ad- tion. Washing need be Indulged in only The little home on which Tom on his in the living room of the house. There
cute in the sense of "clever" or "sharp," mission to the house, which took placeon once a month while persons whose occupations wedding day had made the first paymentwas were several cats present, one of which
we keep within the legitimate which Feb. 20, 1847. He is entered as be- expose them to the influence of gone, and at last his midnight reel a scrawny but alert looking Maltese with
cannot be said when we use it instead of longing to the parish: of Denbigh, and as dust and dirt, as well as those having by carried him to a miserable hovel which green eyes, rubbed up amiably and Inquiringly
- pretty. ""Ain't it cuter has been adopted having been born in 1841 (this date, by nature excessively oily scalps, must a heart broken woman and children ex against the visitor's dresi
by the fair sex to an exasperating extent the way, tallies exactly with Dr. Pierce's wash the hair more frequently. Try isted. "You come 'way .from dar, you
When we hear a speaker say "sist- account). His name next occurs in the the following German: prescription and THE ANGEL'S VTEttL Malty!P exclaimed: the colored woman
raT (sisteVs)we consider him lacking ineducation. lists of inmates for the years 1851-56. you will be repaid: Wash the bead Tom had reached the bottom. So low to the cat.uV ou hyah me? Now yea
.. *It is as legitimate a word as Previous to this no list of names for ,thoroughly once a week with.the beaten had he descended that he would scrub go ober t' de chu'ch and git lizy, sad
"brethren" and both words date back tow each year was made out; only the names yolk of an egg; rubbing it well into the out saloons; that he might get the dregsof bring her home. You go fetch lizyP
1 the" time ,of Chaucer, who called the of those who were admitted or discharged scalp, then rinsing with plenty of water. alcoholio stimulants. He was Bummer she repeated, holding the door open.
fates "the fatal sistren." during tho year were registered. The This renders the hair soft and shiny Blinker now with a rum colorednose The cat,after sidling and wavering on
RIGHT TO SAY "ANYWHEN." last entry is dated May 13, 1856, and is This formula may be improved by add and eyes bleared and bloodshot. the threshold a moment, as cats always
If it is proper to say "anyhow and I the time when he finally left the work- ing half a teacup of ammonia a table-i Many times he inhabited the '.drunk do in order not to appear too obedient
anywhere," why is it not proper to say house. He is there reported to have spoonful each of oil of bergamot and room" at.the station house, and when he disappeared through the door.
anywhenr" The others merely survived "gone to his uncle at the national school, white castile soap a teaspoonful of pow- was brought in the desk sergeant would "Will-will the cat bring jour daughter
it, for Mackay quotes the expression, "I] HolywelL" Other books, such as the re dered borax, and a quart of rain water, say, "Hello, Blinker; you here again? ?" the lady asked in astonishment..
will talk the matter over with you anywhere porter's report book and the clerk's account to be thoroughly mixed and kept in a Why don't you braco up and be eome "Laws bless ye, ma'am, you wait ao'
and anywhen." "Craft" and"cunning" books, may throw additional light covered jar for a monthly washing of one? You used to be a pretty good kind see," said the colored woman.
," at one time stood for "skill" I upon the early days of Stanley.-Pall the head. Those having long hair, and of a fellow." Some minutes went by, and the lady
t. .and "ability. The word "botch," ap- Mall Gazette. who have great trouble in drying it, Tom would only mumble and drop began to think that tho mission was quite
plied to a bad workman or his work, is .! should braid the hair in several braids; down into a corner to sleep. In police a failure, when the door opened anda
from the.word "bauch," meaning indifferent Danger In Celluloid. this will also keep it from tangling; dryit court he was a "chronic" and was strapping colored girl came In with the
"Putting the cart before the Umbrella and cane handles, collars, thoroughly with coarse towels, and sit fined timo and time again. Maltese cat at her heels. The girl bad
borne," a common expression for beginning cuffs, and scores of other articles of convenience in the sun or by the fire until quite dry.If One cold and dismal night when the hardly got in when she broke cut: '

to do a thing at the wrong end, utility and even elegance, any good natured person will fan your snow was on the ground and all naturewas "Mammy, did you send dot'ar Malty
was In use as early as 15C3, and first ap- manufactured from celluloid, are in dailyuse hair dfY, so much the better. Persons ice clad Tom was in a low barroom to fetch meT
:peared in the Greek of Lucien, nearly by large numbers of the people. who are liable to colds should never asleep. Some cruel jokers had painted "Co'se I did."

1,700 years ago." Tho question is asked, "May they be venture out of doors when the hair is at his swollen face with lamp black and "Wai' now, Fm tired 0' bavin dot cat
,. "Vamose a slang expression which safely used?" Celluloid is made from all moist Many contract neuralgia bj were having rare sport with the drunkenman. follerin'me up wherever I go. Seems
ame into use after the Mexican war" is gun cotton, the powerful and violent ex- such carelessness. When he awoke and realized his like I can't go nowhere but you send her
the Spanish" vamos, "let us go. To plosive compound. Gun cotton is made Water, if allowed to dry on the hair, condition he became angry, and the re- after met Dere I wua in de pra'r meet
'bully, meaning to worry or torment by saturating absorbent paper with a promotes decomposition of the naturaloil sult was that he was badly beaten and in' sittin' quiet in de pew li e1b' toMatildy
in a swaggering'manner, is said to have mixture cf two parts of nitric acid and giving rise to a disagreeable odor. thrown out of doors. Then he staggered Johnson relatin her'speriences
been derived from the noisy way fa five parts of sulphuric acid. The celln To assist in drying long hair after washing homeward. That night while the fatherwas wid grace, an' all 't once In walks dot: cat:
which drovers take bullocks to market. lose Of the paper, derived from the cellular dip a brush into powdered starch, at the barroom 2-year-old baby right up de aisle, and begins mewin and
Bogus is a corruption of Borgese, the tissue of the cotton in brushing thoroughly in and the ftQ
common use through Mary, whose eyes and dimples were likemother's yowllin' at de pew dool Oh,dey wus
name of a man who at one time flooded is changed by tho combination and be- hair, and then brush out again. For4 used to be, was taken suddenly lookin' and laughin'and notbi&&rxscter
the west and southwest with counterfeit cotton. To make. those desiring a nice dressing for the do o'co'se but out I
comes gun celluloid ill with that night dread of all mothersthe ter went right
money. Bother is said to have been the excess of acid is washed qut by the hair a little perfumed cosmoline answersthe croup, and in a few hours its 'little hope ye'll'sense me,ma'am, but 1 rcckcq
iirstused by a sergeant who cried out free use of water, and by pressure care purpose best. as it does not become life was ended. While the mother bent you wouldn't like ter be fetched ban
to two incessant talkers" one at each ear"Don't fully applied. After the removal of al rancid. over tho form of her child and bathed way rom de pra'r meetin' by a liter
both ear me. uncombined acid, it is reduced to a homogeneous Do not forget in dressing tho hair that its face with her tears, Tom staggered; in screechin' Maltese cat, neitherr
Canteen bone of the few words in the pulpy mass strained until it the true of the comb should be
use re- and threw himself.on to a churith a The visitor could not help inwardly
English language which passed into a becomes nearly dry, and is then mixed membered, which is to separate the individual besotted oath: then, as sleep overcame reckoning that she wouldn't. But bet
foreign tongue and was afterwards taken with about one-third of its weight of hairs from each other, to pn him, he fell to the floor where he lay admiration for the cat was so greet that
back in a modified" form. The Saxon gum camphor. vent matting, and to make the "part;" till morning with Mary's faded and torn she made a point afterward to getooaof
called: it a "tincan, but the Gaul, as is These materials are mixed uniformly it should never be used to the
as scrape shawl under his head for a pillow.All her kittens. The animal, however, WM
wont, placed the noun before the adjec- as possible by careful manipulationwith scalp in order to relieve itching 6eID>a- night long the mother sat beside a great disappointment Not that beseemed
tive, and pronounced the i as e, thus wooden and tions. The fine comb be used
instruments then by must very her dead and sent her prayers heaven to be lacking particularly In intelligence
Tendering it canteen. It became a French! grinding. The pulp which is turned out sparingly. Troublesome diseases of the ward. When morning's light appeared -he was Intelligent enough,oo

military'it term,their and the English incorporated by grinding is spread out and reduced to skin often are the result of too great use and Tom, benumbed with cold and partially the contrary, to get himself lodged and
among military terms. The slabs of various thicknesses and rolled of the combs.
sobered,saw his dead child and ro- fed and petted without rendering soy
that have
occurred in the
changes English between steam heated rollers, and then VALUABLE: HIXTS. alized that he had not been near to wipe return whatsoever. He sit In tL? air
language are remarkable. Going; becomes moderate; elastic in strips of Keep children's hair, especially boy, the death damp from its brow, or help It dow pretty nearly the entire day, watch-
"back the time of
to Queen Elizabeth, we medium thickness. In this form it is closely cut. With girls, after the hair battle for life, then an old feeling, be- ing the panorama on the street evident
can readily note them. In the time worked up into the various articles has been allowed to grow long, it is come new, came to him. Down on his Interest, and never appearing to
-Chaucer and Gower
the dialect, little more than 6Q( which are offered for sale and use. Although better not to cut it, for good authoritysays knees with his face buried in the tattered dream for a moment that he has any
years ago, has a half foreign gun .cotton is easily manufact- that the hair never afterward Transcript -
grows bed clothing, be sobbed aa only social duties.-Listener in Boston
t look, while as early as the days of King; ured its manufacture for
Alfred it is experiment o'z to the length it would otherwise have attained great strong men can sob, and Mary the
unintelligible without the
for general use is not recommended;and, .. wreck of ,
long her
placed
aid of ago, wasted]
a glossary.-Frank S. Stauffer in
although celluloid articles be the hair hot irons Encourages Prevarication.
Detroit Free Press. may safely "Crimping" over or arm about his neck, and with her wan
used with ordinary care, a bonfire of pencils soon causes it to break. This is face against his, unmindful of the lamp Something new In the telephone Ifc*
such articles for amusement is not rem not of so much importance with young black the fumes of vile liquor, mingled has developed In France. A man caBea
He Heard About His Grave. ommended. No injuries from such use girls, as the hair will grow again; but in her tears with his. But no promises of up President Carnora minister* by tee
hDo yoU know my grave was dug in.this have been reported. A word to the.wise, the case of older women, whose hair is reformation did Tom make. phone and denounced there la a tnorf

-, buried town faT during said the war for me to be however suffices.-American AnalystWanted beginning to 4thfa," it only hastens the Kind neighbors furnished a little coffin, vigorous and treasonable way. He was
last Thursday. a gentleman in our office fall of what rom'inand causes baldnessof and when Tom trembling in every U ml arrested but the French court held that

"No. air to Know About Crops. the forehead and temples.The from dissipation, dropped hot, burning insults offered over a telepbooa wire vc
we never met before
Well It.was. you is Genuina sympathy is a balm that heals use of soap, where bandoline does tears on the little face upturned, and not penal offenses. Tbk show that
My name Crane
I and I fa many wounds, but it is a question if a not prove sufficient to reserve the de- with his shaking hand caressed the tiny criminal laws do not keep pace with
was G One
sergeant company sired shape of the crimps is injurious new inventions. It la the world over.Men
Hundred and Twenty-fourth Indiana certain man who met a friend on the white hands peacefully crossed on the BO
-regiment I was sick nigh unto deathin street a day or two ago bad his grief assuaged If it must be used,-bbwever,get the very bosom of white people wonder **ii lie over the telephone every dA1-
a hospital in Marietta, and heard the by the expression of sympathy he best white castile soap as it contains less this will.be a lesson to him." The funeral They telephone borne that business wiDkeep

t doctor to a man who entered the received. Both parties were from a alkali than others. was"unpretentious.. ,Every clod them down town and that they
'How say rural district and it was evident had not Dyeing the hair, whatever may be the that fell on the coffin struck a blow on cannnot be borne to dinner, and may**
room: graves
dug Three'was many the are you having'Well seen each other for a long time. Meeting inducements; is ever an unsatisfactory Tom's heart. For two day's Tom remained detained late at night. There fa to redress

dig one about a foot response.longer than the, J on Clark street, one of them cried procedure. One cannot conceal the ravages at home, and on the third, whenhe for wires in such cases except te
usual length, for that tall sergeant will out: "Why, hello, Joe; I am awful gladto of time BO easily, and no oneds in started away, he took his wife in his dress for dinner and dine without h1
be dead by morning,' and the instructions see you. How are you, anyhow?" reality deceived. It is ,certainly a ka arms and kissed her aa he did in times bands. Business transactkaasaracarrfeo
were%" carried out, but see 1 did '*0h.Pm all right. personally,but I aint of dignity, for every one smiles the gone by. And when ,he returned Mary on by telephone. A man has inaM< J
not: fill that you ." feeling very chipper; I lost my wife last thought of would be youthful peope listened for his step,'oh. so anxiously, bad bargain and does not wish to at3ndby ;
grave.
"No, don't look like a resurrected weos..k."N did you? Say, Joe bowi whom one sees with the complexion of a, and. when she beard it, thanked God it it. He says he did not tcleplOSlO Ud

,-I),) "you ._ ... 4 crops?"-ChlSigo Herald.' peach melting; into crowtf feet at_the was--:- tne step of-_a-sober- -man.- you cannot..swear,*" to. the voice, that ea tin.thebuzz. t I



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a reward,of 520CT, Tot the apprehension KING CARLOS UOwemonle at He Ontario roCZng 1 IIS. :mey.4

t"-EVE BAffLE and conviction of each and every 1PPI1D sad loaded a truck,with several tons of
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OF one of of the tho parties concerned in the kill- !1AL{ ",proclaiming. theNew the metal and had run it on to the scalesto

ing negroes referred to. : P.rhlgL be w;ighed. The gearing the scales-

former Lady of the White U aae Dead. rave way and the truck and iron fell on, 41
the workmen. The dead men are George aHead
Trouble Expected Between MONTGOMERY; Ala., Jan. 2.-Mrs. Gladstone Celebrates His Eightieth married, and William McGuire .
&zIoOS Robert Tyler died in this city Sunday in -
unmarried. The injured are William J. ,
,' ''Pinkerton Detectives the 74th year frf her age. 141'& Tyler Birthday,' Couler and Richard Heath, both of- it"
was a daughter of the tragedian,Thomas
it whom it u now thought will recover.. ,
Cooper and Mary Fairley, a celebrated
L*, And the Striking Pennsylvania belle ot New York. In 1840 she married Many Lotters and Telegramso.f JuUco.Stewart' Dead.

Miners. Robert Tyler, eldest son of President Received.A PORTAOK, Wis., Jan. 2.-Alva Stewart -
Congratulations
f Tyler, and upon the special request of .1 Judge of the Ninth judicial circuit' .W.
the president and his wife, who was an of this state, died at the Corning house,

\Tbol'1. ETlctlow to Take Place atOne invalid, she presided as a "lady of the Brilliant Banquet Given In fits Honor. this city, last night of,pneumonia. Judge

; *\ThU the Strikers Ar Preparing White House" during the first three More Fighting Imminent In East Africa. Stewart was 68 years of,'age, and had
ll Available Firearm Be- i years of President Tyler's sv1minic: ra- .,- '"' -. been on the bench Cf this circuit twenty-
Re4b.l tion, Other Foreign News. '
to HEW KINO A3D QCKttl C* fORTUG five ye D.
tJsJ Boogbt Up by the Mln T -OtherPa. LONDON, Jan. 2.-The eightieth anni- i :-___

JOT 1l..... DEATH OF ALEXANDER HAMILTON, versary of Mr. Gladstone's th absorbed Lk&ox Dec. 31.-The ceremony ofproclaiming A DEAD !!".?R$3. ,
his Carlos I
FC1fXSUTAWlfEY, ., Jan. 8. One Grandson of the Pint Secretory of theTreaaveySketch so much attention as to make of the of Portugal majesty and Algarves took asKing The Wife of Ex Ew1wror Dom P.d.fcM
and six Pinkerton men have of nt.Llf quiet Sabbath a day of National remem- -w *
bundled The weather was
place Saturday. Dies at Oporto Portugal.
from New York Philadel- brance. Telegrams and letters of con
arriTed here NEW YORE, Dec. 81.-Alexander I cloudy, but this had no effect upon the LISBON, Dec. 30.-A dispatch received % *,
and Cbicaga Physically they are Hamilton, grandson of the revolu- : gratulations and admiration poured into *
pr great crowds of enthusiastic. people who from Oporto says that the ex-Empress of A.
of andnresent Hawarden from not only all of .
fine-looking: body men tionary statesman; died at his home quarters
,large, thronged the streets through which the Brazil,who was- .
a formidable appearance. They Nevis, at Irvingtonon-the-Hud, early England, but literally from all parts of king passed on his way to the palace of visiting that city

were brought here by the Buffalo, Rochester yesterday morning. His death was due the world; many coming from Australia, Necessidades. The king left we castle with Dom Pedro

and Pitt6bw'g Coal company, but to a severe cold, which his advanced age America and India. All members of the at 11 o'clock, and the journey to the pal died Saturday."'

/u what purpose la DOt definitelyOW11t prevented him rallying from. The Gladstone family branches were gath ace, where the king took the, oath of Itis1>eUeT.h .-* :'
as there hare been no threats of funeral will in all probability be held ered at Hawarden to meet and greet office before the cortez, was made without her deaui mubo.it

rioencebut it is evident that,the com- Tuesday.Mr. their eminent kinr-nan. the occurrence of any incident of an ,
.. unfavorable character. ed from heart ,
pay anticipate trouble.Mt .weeks the Hamilton was born about seventy Queen Amelie. who is suffering froman disease, broughton ,
is now over two since five years ago on Lower Broadway, this
at Watson and attack of influenza, has so far recov- by the worry
wee inaugurated city. Hjs father. Col. James A. Hamilton -
Ifrik.e ered that she able to
and was accompany incident to h&
about men
1,600
Adrian, involving was the second of Alexander '
after the strike notices sod King Carlos in the procession on the occasion revolution and
Hamilton. -
Shortly Mr. Hamilton was educatedat .
ys of his proclamation.The !
were served on all the miners occupying West Point, but did not follow the the the enforced -

the company's houses to vacate within profession of arms. Instead he studied of royal inauguration cortege proceeding consisted of eight'cere- flight of herself ; .

tea days. The time will be up to-morrow, law and became the founder of 'the firm mony state carriages. The route was held by EMPRESS OF BRAZIL. and husbandfrom '

tad the general supposition id that thepinkermn of Hamilton & Lyon, which more than a lined of troops for live whole distance, iinuiL She \vus:: married to Dom

mea were brought here to aa- quarter of a century ago was one of the .. and all the population was in the streetsor Pedro in 1843, her maiden name being t'
_in the work of eviction in case ofjtUako moat famous law partnerships in the at the windows. Both houses of the Princess Theresa Christine Maria, sister .

city. His associates the bar were Cortes assembled in the of to Francis I of
were: palace King Naples The ex-
stated there are 000 Hungar- William
\ Charles O'Connor, Daniel Lord, Soma De Neceasidades awaiting the
f3.eand Italians on their way here, and Curtis and Francis B. Cutting.At queen leaves three children one daughter ,
them : T3 king and immediately upon his coming the wife of the Prince Louis Philippe
putting ,
25 the company purposes the outbreak of the civil war )lr.I the urebidfut of the chamberof administered -
to work and protecting them. up to I Hamilton became a member of Gen. : tho oath of 01 ice. The peers grand d'Orleans (Count d'Fa), and two sons, ,

f this time there nas been no com- Woods' staff, and did much effective ,: I ensign of the kingdom was raised and not yet grown to manhood.The .
the put of the company to effect work as a member of the sanitary wm- the king "was proclaimed from the bal illness of the ex-Empress of Brazil

promise. The committee differences by mission. He retired from active businessin cony. The enormous throng of people first assumed an alarming phase Friday.It .
the miners to adjust their hasbeen 1863 and a few years later moved to responded with enthusiastic cheers. had been the intention of the imperial

completely ignored by the ,company "Neviswhich took its name from the From the palace! the royal party proceeded family to start for France that day. The
and a proposition by the committee West Indian island upon which his to the church of Santo Domingo, i doctors forbade the journey for fear that .
to submit th* matter to arbitration grandfather was born in 1757. The where the Te Down was sung. Thence excitement and fatigue would precipitate -

vas reiected by the company's officials. I house was purchased from Stephen B. MB. OL.1DSTONR-l'I\LUIs' PORTRAIT. I the party: went to the town hall, and the a crisis. The empress wa, however, '
While 'the miners at Watson and Tompkins about fifty years ago by Mr.Hamilton's The church attended by Mr. Gladstonewas keys of the city were then delivered to a little becter Saturday'morumg- Duringthe
Awn have been idle, and the fires: in father.. crowded at the morning service, : his majesty in sign of submission. The morning Dom Pedro went out for a

the coke evens hare been extinct for Here the retired lawyer led a very and a large throng remained, outside, king returned the keys and graciously promenade, and visited the museum of
tvp weeks therompaay mines at Htnoa quiet life. He passed much of his time unable to gain admittance. Mr. Glad. thanked the mayor for his assurances of fine Arts. He was found there by the .
and Beech Tree have been run to their in collecting articles of historic interest stone took his usual part in the service, loyalty and fidelity. Then the president Brazilian consul, who had been diepatch -

fullest capacity, thns enabling the corpo- Among the articles in. his possession wasa reading the lesions, and said a few 01 the council, bearing the standard of to hasten his return to the hotel
nifon to fill part of ita orders for coal Stuart portrait of Gen. Washington, words of devout thankfulness for the the city, announced the proclamation to because the empress had suddenly become
tad cote. 'the mine have which was given to Alexander Hamilton blessings of health and friendship. The the people, and salvor of artillery, cheers critical. Before Dom Pedro arrived the

beta working under a about by the first president as a token of his scene was such as Shakespeare might and greetings concluded the ceromony. mpress was dead. .
thirty Pinkerton TheY would ,how- recard. Mr. Hamilton never busied himself have had in mind in describing the ideal The whole diplomatic corps was present upon arriving at the bedside of the-

em, haw been safe without the guard. in political affairs the only government old age, surrounded by troops of friends and walked together. The officersof ex-empre&s, just after life had passed "
M b0 tbreat -of'any kind were indulgedta. office he ever held being secretaryof showmg lave, honor and obedience. Besides the United States squadron al*> away, Dom Pedro knelt and kissed the
'the United States legation at Madrid those who might have been expected walked in the procession. Telegramsfrom forehead of the dead. He remained
The miners have learned by experiencethat in 1848. to send congratulations as a matter the provinces show the greatest motionless and without speaking for a

peaceful methods are more likely to When he returned here. in 1850, he of course-personal; friends and political enthusiasm throughout the country. It long time. When he had somewhat recovered -

*ri, and unless the Hungarian element wag offered the post of United States admirers-many contributed was a gala night here. The opera "Aida"was himself he said to a friend that
tbftdd prove: ungovernable, there" Is not district attorney tor this district, but declined whose offering of remembrance attractedmore to have been given at the Lyric he had experienced the bitterest trial
Kkdy to be any trouble. A strong press- it. He was one of the founders of than ordinary attention. Among theatre. but it was countermanded in that God could inflict. The faithful and

\,1'hat been brought to bear on the 'Ell- the Union club, from which he resigneda those may be mentioned the Countess .oii-vjueuce: of the death of the Empress affectionate companionship' of his wife

Doa mmea to get them to strike, and'tteyname few years ago, and was the first personto Tolstoi, the speaker of the house of com- ot Bra,il. The illuminations, however, had sustained him for forty-six yean
out to a'man, held A meeting sigq the roll of membership of the mons and a number of prominent amI other forms of rejoicing continued. "God's will be done" be aaded. Then-

a and resolved to go to work aain. Knickerbocker club when it 'was organ- Unionists. The king sent a menage to the Cortesu noticing the eyes of the dead' still open, .
The action of the Hungarians caused fted, in 1871. Of this club Mr. Hamilton He is riot only a grand old man but a which he eulogizes: the fidelity, courage he broke down and wept, exclaiming:
' considerable comment. They bought up remained president from its beginninguntil happy'one, and everybody is happy that and enterprise of the nation, ands "Is it possible that thee dear,.kind eyes:
all the false faces in town. One merchant his death. he is so. As a wind-up of the it is equally distinguished by lov- will never again brighten on seeing me." '
disposed of a hundred of them. It He was a trustee and treasurer of the .pleasurable event Mr. Gladstone spoke alty to its sovereigns and devotion to liberal He closed and reverently kissed .the

is believed by some that these masks are Astor library, a director of the London, i and was spoken to and of at a banquet institutions, which are a support to eyelids. He asked to be'lei alone, and
tD be used for no good purpose, while Liverpool and Globe Fire Insurance com I given Monday night by the Liberal tJ -aouarchy and a guarantee of peace remained a long time. _
*te eay that that the"Huns" are going pany, vice president of the Society of party organization of the district at the at.a prosperity. When calmer, he requested tftaatr?
Wlndulf. in a grand mask ball. Cincinnati, and vestryman and trusteeof neighboring town of Chester. Sir Walter King Carlos and the queen attendedby tendants to keep the empress death from
Another'dispatch'cays the miners have Trinity church. In 1840 Mr. Hamilton Foster and other Liberal members gfparila.ment a brilliant suite reviewed the garrison the public until the coronation festivities .

Hea ordered by the operators to leave married Miss Angelica Livingston, were present Sir 'ViIliam1Ia.rcOurt yesterday in the presence of all the at Lisbon were over. News had, how

their (houses at onoe or,else go,to work. daughter of Maturin Livingston, who at the same time spoke at a dyptomatic corps. The populace greetedthe ever, been sent everywhere. The .Brazilian
The miner have equipped themselves burnves him. AU their children died in banquet in Mr. Gladstone's honor at royal couple with every token of minister cabled the provisional

With firearms -every description, havIng infancy. Mr. Hamilton has contributed Derby. ___4_ sympathy and affection. In the evening I government of the event.
saved, a number of rifles from'the much'to the knowledge of the public of Dr. Peter Last Operation-*. a state banquet was held. Among the The remains will be temporarily deposited -
"
" Iio&of three ,yean ago, and are buying the revolutionary period by means of 200 guests being United States Minister in a mortuary chapeLin the Lapa ..
J tip all 'the available firearms they canCrt. various essays baSed upon his grand- BERLIN, Jan 2.-Dr. Peters, the African Loring and Rear Admiral WalkerU. convent here, and will be afterward
'' .- Great trouble is expected.The father's: papers. explorer, in his letter dated Kenia, S. N.HENRY. taken to Lisbon for interment in.the royal
Oct. 8, recently received by his brother, pantheon.?
, FltUburg Trouble.PITTSBURO WILD WESTERN WAYS. after stating that he had killed a native GRADY'S SUCCESSOR. 'ihe municipal authorities of this city,

Pa., Jan. &-A largely Desperadoes chieftain, says he had defeated the Gal- Clark Dowell, I J>>., t De Managing returning in full state from the celebration -
," attended meeting of the striking em- Two Indian Load Up With laos and captured their harvest He expresses Editor of tho Atlanta Constitution. of the king's proclamation in the
Hqyea of the Pitteburg Traction cornway Fire-\Voter and Take a Town. fears of coodicts with the cathedral, went to the hotel of the ex-
ATLANTA, Ga., Dec. 31.-Henry \V.
was held in the: Knights of Labor ST. Louis, Dec. 81.-Word comes from Somalis. position as managiug editor of emperor,to offer their copdolences, but
and that two notorious Grade Dom Pedro was so overcome by the
call, between the hour of midnight the Indian Territory Portugal Given Time will be taken Clark
a o'clock situation I named Red Lendall by event that he could not receive them.
morning. The
Tuesday: Indian desperadoes, LONDON, Jan. 2.-It is stated that
,
HoweJl of CoL E. P. Howell,
son of
and : jr., The cardinal archbishop Oporto also-
was thoroughly discussed, resolutions loaded with
and ChoctaPew, heavily Lord Salisbury has consented to grant president of the company. Mr. Howell called.
n were adopted, condemning the tangle-foot, took possession of the town the of tho Portuguese government 26 of but has '
request
is a young man. years age, The Empress of Brazil had rheumatism .
for
ntteburg Traction import-
company and of Tishwawa on Christmas Day, and for delay in the consideration of been in journalism all his life, and has asthma and gout effecting the '
bg"ti mbe" and Pinkerton 'thugs,
carried things with a high hand. After Portuguese encroachments on the English made"'a high reputation in his chorea heart. All public entertainments are-
: '*&ng the public to refuse to patronize nearly killing the town marshal when in Africa until a statement! of the .

., the] rood while non-union men were empoyed. -' he attempted to arrest them, they I matter can be obtained from Ma j. Serpa field.At the time of Mr. OTadJ.'s death he forbidden.A dispatch of from Rio de Janeiro says
Davis claims:
x
Superintendent and tried to ride
t
emptied a drug store Pinto. edItor. and is in
assistant
death of
that the has the day, and was managing I the news of the the exEmpressof
company won into the hotel.
f1; that business on the road will proceed their horses well armed stran'l"rode 'I More Fighting' Imminent In East Africa.ZANZIBAR every way equipped for the duties of his Brazil was a great shock to the people,
At this juncture Mr. Howell baa been
W 'without further interruption. The cars hotel and dis'inountel.The Jan. 2.-Maj. Wissmann, new position. monarchists and republicans alike. ,The
'!! ,tw running regularly, and there is but outlaws up to .the ordered him away and cut with a force of men and several steamers prominent in politics for some time having regret is very general, for she was great \
l this the
represented county in legislature loved and her charities innumer-
rerv little that there is a to moet attack of G.OOO( ly were -
to indicate has an
his horse. The gone
remonstrated
4 the halter of stranger -
for two terms. He is prominently
,
strike I Arabs The Arabs who are able. She was, in fact, held in higher
i on.PHOTEST whereupon Choctaw Pete on Pangani. ,
,
of candidate for speaker of
a
spoken as estimation than Dom Pedro himself.
r OF COLORED PEOPLE. covered him with his revolver and or led by Bemanaheri, attacked a German the house of the next term, and stands Sunday morning the cardinal bishop' e
disarm him. As Len detachment two days ago, wounding an
dered Lendall to chance of success if he makes the
the
every -aid mass in the room where body
Meeting Called to Take Action on the dall the stranger shot him officer and killing a number of men.
approached He is the
race. probably youngest man lay, Dom Pedro and the governor of the
Barnwell Mjusacre.CHAEi through the heart. A duel then occurred Missionaries :Murdered. in the United States holding so responsible district was present. "In the afternoonthe

STOS, S. C., Dec 81.-Great indignation between Pete and the stranger head and killed.Pete PARIS, Jan. 2.:-News is received here a position. body, which had been embalmed

is felt throughout the state at was shot through offered the to surrender and but from Obock, a French settlement on the AFTER THE CRONFK STYLE. was transferred to a Cbapolle Ardente.
the massacre of prisoners at Barnwell, The stranger felt like, east coast of Africa, that two lre6chmissionaries The government will j>robably defray theexpenses ,
giv-
and the strongest appeals are being the terrorized citizens of thanks more and after eating I :! traveling from Zeilah to Prominent Cattleman Called to Visit a. of the funeral. It is expected

jade tf the governor to make an example ing him his dinner a vote he leisurely, rode_ away.- Harrar under the escort of eight Greeks, Friend and AMaulnation Attempted. that the king will go to a!)-porto to attend '.-

of the mob. The following address He was supposed to be Winchester were attacked by natives, and all the DENISQN, Tox., Jan. l.-H. R. Green- ,tie ceren.ouifs. '..iC ,:t." .
tiM been issued colored of party were murdered. cattleman of the Indian
to the people Frank, the crack shot and renowned rrpromineot AN AMERICAN
! theate by representative colored men scout French War Vessel Ashore. territory, narrowly escaped assassination
W,Charleston and vicinity.To dis- in this city:; at alate hour Friday night, {tits Hi Throat in u Church at San Mateo
Jan. 2.-The French
THE PEOPLE OF SOCTH CAROLINA: The HER SUFFERING ENDED. ZANZIBAR, the particulars of which has just been Spain.SAN t
rat events of the tew days in a por patch boat Bouvet is ashore near here.It learned. A man on horseback called at '
past The Wife of Qhlo'u Lieutenant Governor- is that she will bums a MATEO, Jan. 1.-James FJgert. a'
has of the state of the commission of the Elect Dies at Dellefontalne.BELLEFONTAINE total wreck.expected the residence of Mr. Greenhill, on Wallace U-drefeed and apparently wealthy
tact:: and handed him which
hoe ibis crime ever known to modern street anot'
civilization, in the murdering of eight de- 0., Dee 81.- Irs.1 A VERY FINE JOKE.It requested that he call at the home of nan, supposed tom from San Fraiviwca, '
' *88 lcs8Colored men ia Barnwell oounty, Addie Marquis, wife of Lieutenant Patrick Collins, in a distant part of the rated excitement in the Catholic church

&Hi for Immediate and sober action on the ernor-elect Marquis, died at'the 'family Will Cost Three Firemen Their Lives, city, as Collins was dying. Sindav ni ht hv committing suicide.

P"t of all law-abiding citizens of this state, home on North Main street, this city, at and :Nineteen Other Are Injured. Greenhill, while en route to the homeof He arrived Sunuav afternoon, and rushing -

dug to the enforcement of the law for 8 o'clock Sunday evening after a painful HAVANA, Jan. 2.-Last evening thou- -his friend, was attacked by two men, to Father olfaghan.. threw himself
**Protection life aai property. To this illness of several months. Mrs. Marquiswas sands of people assembled on the groundsof one of whom attempted to/stab him but oii his knee, crying: "Save nee, save

end.*, the undersigned citizens of Charles- a daughter of the late Abraham the club Almendares to witness a firemen's Greenhill sprang to one-side and escapedthe n.e; I'm going to die. The evil spirit
toa and'vicinity, request the leading colored Swift of Avondale, and was about 50 thrust of the knife. He then ran, are after me.
exhibition the of which
object directed
calmed him and
roes of this state to assemble In the city of of She is a sister of Mrs. W. I when one of the wouldbe assassins fired The father
raise funds for fire
age. the
1S90, at years Theodore Swift and was to depart- I a pistol the ball the side of his him to she hotel. Figert appeared again
poabia on the 2d day of January, W. Johnston and a ment. For the of the exhibition arrive
purpose the home of at the evening services, and wa
head. When he at very
vdockp. for the of consulting Swift, of Cincinnati
m. purpose niece of Briggs wooden had
and which the law Mr. : six a two-story building Mr. Collins he found that gentlemen in devoted At the; close ne calmlv. rose,
formulating by married to Marquis
'a
plan She was erected which be oh
been was to sot
and hi throat' threeti
cut
which led drew
?**be enforced and order preserved through ago last May, and leaves no children excellent health. The motive a penknife
the Proper officers of the state. In this, wes : of her own but in addition to her fire.After the torch had been applied and to the attempted assassination is a mys- 'ues U'fore any one could interfere
lie died within five minutes withoutbeakiiig
))* ourselves before the country as a partf husband and stepdaughter remain tery.
a stepson the firemen had taken their places in a word. 'It is thought he was
Ule citizenship of this state that believe to mourn her loss, the former a different parts of the burning structureit SEVEN TONS OF IRON insane.
**"Plotting the strong arm of the adminis- young man and tfie latter a little girl 9 was discovered that the water, supply ,1'

jy t, and bringing to justice those who years of age. Mrs." Marquis was a woman prepared for the occasion had been tam- Crasher,the Life Got of Two Men and Salvador Revolutionist Retreating.
!**nd traduce her fair 1WD8.addresa of the most amiable disposition,foremostin with by some miscreant Not Injure Two.Other.
i is signed by about 200 col- works of charity, and justly loved wing sufficient water with which to TOEOJmyOnt., Jan. 2.It ia, reported CITY ,OF, MEXICO, Jan. !<-Telegrams .
erect men. and respected bv a large circle of acquaintances fight time flames,the firemen were obligedto that two men were killed and twoseverely from the republic of San Salvador, received -- ;
both in and out of society here yesterday, state that the revolutionists
from the quickly in mill at Hum-
The Governor Takes ActioDeCounmu.s. escape building as injured! a rolling of '
funeral services will take in the department tJsca. ,
view of circles. The as possible, some being compelled to ber, on the outskirts of this city. Seven
C. Dec. st.-In here Tuesday, and the intermentwill than are retreating before the government
the 11IlChing; eight Barn- place throw themselves from the roof. Twen- and half tons of iron fell on the men. is
of negroesat be in Spring Grove New Year's Day. a troops, and that the revolution ;
of them three
were injured, so
ty-two
on Saturday last, Governor RichWfl3on Mr.Marquis: has the sympathy of the seriously that they cannot recover; The.meivwere.. engaged inweigjiingiron! of no importance.

has issued, a Eroclomatian offering. -1 IJ entire community .in_ his, sow affliction.


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t THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDA ,;4 JAN. 9, 1890. '

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) THE FLORIDA STAR. turned to their school at Orange City, Melbourne. Lake Worth. Co-Partnership If o lce.

having passed their vacation at home. Pineapples and limes blooming; or- Still very dry.E. We have this day entered into co-part

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Dr. C.A. Hentz has just returned from ange and lemon trees full of new growth. B. Plunket made another shipmentof &nership Gladwin under for the the firm-name of Wetno

-ELLIS! B.'AGLR Editor and Pnblisher.v. contemplates Quincy Fla.moving We understand there with his that fam.he County Surveyor Burchfiel was down snap-beans on the 28th.J. an ice factory and operating purpose the of eng sam-.. iS

ily in the spring. last week doing some work for Major F. Highsmith's tomatoes look the the town of Titusville.Fla.

I' S1.5O per Annum. the lake At T. T. WErKO ;
I! Graves. best of on present.
Our general mail agent, not to be out- any 37 S. N. GUDWU
:Entered at the POll Office at Tituxnllea* lone by Boston or New York officials, Capt. Alfred Wilcox and :Mrs. Wilcox I. R. Henry is clearing up his cocoanut Titusville, Jan.2nd, 1890.

.I Second-Clou Matter. las promptly had the grippe and is arrived last week and are now domiciledat grove and otherwise improving his east
better. Ed Holmes followed suit and Bids for Gilbert's Bar.
I their home Melbourne Beach. side
i"t THE STAB is the OFFICIAL newspaper has laid off for a day or so. at place.

for Brevard county. Association Mrs. Emma J. Gillis, of Ridgway, Pa., The colored people of this section had The undersigded will receive and coo-
The Fruit Growers' convened sidder proposals for opening an inlet
The Star has the Largest circulation New Year's Day at City Point has bought a lot of Mr. Henry Whitingon a Christmas tree and also a target shootat the mouth of St. Lucie River until opposite --

-ofany paper on the East coast of Fla. The[ new executive committee is composed Ocean avenue, Melbourne Beach. Palm Beach on Christmas day.J. : the 1st day of February next. Said
of A. L. Hatch, W. H. Sharpe and inlet to be made
A SQUARE one Inch In space; 24 squares Mr. Sidney Cassle has been in town a A. Hollister & Son are putting upa at point designated
Jos. Paxton. The picnic annex was a sy the undersigned to be
make a column.I'oradverttstng. decided success. few days visiting his old friends. He has saw and shingle mill on Otho N. Har- or waterway from river to ocean a,passage of
Editor
of the not
'fcalirayg enclosing a rates two enquire cent stamp. .. a fine homestead on Hutchinson Island. din's place up on the Loxahatchie. less than 50 yards in width and to m. i

.- .._---- --- .---- Cocoa Mr. the & have started tain that character for 30 days before
------ Jas. T, Hogg again occupies Grant Hepburn up

We are asked to' call the attention of of Mr. Fred F. Taylor spent a few daysin desk at Mr. Hector's store. Maj. Gravesis their fishery at Jupiter and another partyis being the paid right for. to The reject undersigned any and reserve tH-, d

the general public that the Governor Titusville last week on business. taking a two months' vacation at Mel also there fishing for profit, and it is bids. Address, at Waveland, Messrs. tRicn.

** this State has appointed Friday, Jan. New Year's Day was as fair and balmyas bourne Beach. said to be quite profitable just now. uxa,
,Arbor Day for this year. The OLDS
; .37th as all the necessity the June days.the poets sing of. Mr. Win M. Campbell has purchasedtwo All the parties upat the settlement 87 BAKES.,

Governor/enjoins and upon ornamental trees.and Miss Willie May left Rockledge a few acres of Maj. C. E. Graves at Melbourne called China on the Loxahatchie, a few t

ri' *oft>lanting useful as well as days ago to open her school again at Beach, embracing Maj. Grave's miles above Jupiter, are gardening, and ORANGE TREES FOR SALE.
grounds
shrub on public South Point. From present appearances they bid fair 10,000 Orange Trees budded from the i
-at our homes,and it is needless to remark Tropic. choicest varieties, three and four 1
f that we hope Titusvillans will make a The Tarpon, with Commodore Hughesand The steamer Ramona carried the Fri- to have good success with their tomatoes old, for sale at the Richmond Grove yean .

day mail south returning Sunday after- and cukes, and also probably with some Palmhurst Enterprise Voluaia :
show, notwithstanding the fact that crew on board, spent a few days of 3,
' good mules or cattle have rubbed the bark off this week anchored off Cocoa. noon. Considering she lost part of the of their other crops. Florida. For prices and particulars ip. '

r,, blades of her wheel she made.good time. Traveling Freight Agent Norwood, of ply to J. LEONARD TURQUAND, Enterprise i
those that were planted out. Try again, Public school will open in Cocoa on Florida.

and, remember that "faint heart never the 13th much to the delight of the Fee & Nesbitt have struck water at a the J., T. and K. W., is down this way

'won fair lady." The cattle and mules parents of the many children here. depth of 400 feet for Mr. Chas. F. Campbell in the interest of his road. Among other Notice to Taxpayers.

,If that are allowed to make diurnal and The little steam-launch Curlew with and begin on Monday another for promises he makes is one to see that Having met my appointments at the!

through our streets Wra. M. Campbell on his! Crane Creek : freight rates are cut down between here different precincts the tax boob will to '
: moctural parades Mr. Thompson, of Merritt, on board, kept open at Titusville through the
and Jacksonville. If he will hold
only
tickle their sides place. ;
' i must have something lo spent a few hours at Cocoa Monday.Mr. month of January.E. .
i, y-with, even if the trees do fall. Capt. Jacob Wilder and Mrs. Wilder ; them where they are we will be thankful, W. HALL, Collector.
and Mrs. H. Brown and of
, C. son,
k IJ' arrived from Chicago last week. The for the tendency of late seems to be to
t. A Trip Down the River. New York are visiting at the home of raise them in that
Captain is an enthusiastic yachtsman, some cases so high FOR SALE
2 1890. Mr. and Mrs. Powell in north Cocoa. ,
TITUSVILLE, Jan. : and we expect to hear of something in the freight costs more than the article on
Star: I The friends of Mr. W. G. Pat- THE ELEGANT
Editor Florida, many that line soon.Several which it was paid.

Myself and'a gentleman from Chicagoon ,; terson are pleased to see him able to be of the heavy owners of the The usual Christmas picnic was held RESIDENCE AND GROVE

the 12th of December, proposed up and about again after his illness.
this at W. M. Lanehart's fine
and year grove
Railroad
Melbourne and Atlantic
Banana and Indian OF L. E. BARXES
J to make a trip through Mrs. Brock wife of the ,
Our genial captainof Land Co. will be here the last of this and had a larger attendance than was
rivers to Jupiter Inlet. purposewas the St. Lucie in Cocoaat ROCK LEDGE, FLA.
spent Monday ever had at a Christmas picnic before. ,
hunt fish and month, we hear, when we expect to see
to see the country, the home of her friend Mrs. L. R.
more improvements made.A There were about 175 people present and Containing Seven and One-Third
visit some of the fine fruit groves that Hover. 140 sat down tp the table at once. The Acres of Land fronting Indian Hirer.

border the shore of these two beautiful sloop, name unknown, carried away Large, Roomy RESIDENCE, elegantly
Mrs. Owen, of Georgia, arrived at Co- supply of good things, as usual, was more
of Also
The morning of the 14th we her mast during the strong breeze Finished. a ThreeKoomCOTTAGE
'tr lagoons. coa Monday, and while here will visit at the than abundant, but this seems to be a and Outbuildinzs. One of
boat and by noon had our Wednesday. The owner hauled
purchased a the home of her sister, Mrs R. N. An- failing that the ladies of this section the most desirable places in Rock Leap
We at startedfor wreckage aboard stepped his mast anew
board. once ,
r stores, etc. on hammock.For .
drews. have. The Lake Worth Cornet Band
the mouth of the Banana River, six and went off flying under double reefed price, terms, etc., apply to
Mr. A. P. Ball of New Jersey who was also present and gave several selections -
We visited the mainsail.
miles east of Titnsville. Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla.
of Mr. Sackett wherewe took a trip to Daytona in the Maud F. which were well rendered, especially
fine orange grove McAllister has finished another arte-
last week returned after as they have had but little practiceand
Wednesday an NEW
nice fruit. Mr. S.
were given some sian well, George Washburn being the I
unsuccessful effort find suit this was their firSt appearance in II
to to
yacht
*lso keeps bees, which he says are doing a happy man this time. Mac met with his I i
Indian River Land
public. An impromptu meeting was
-well. We threaded our way through a him.Dr. first mishap on this well,loosing his drill ,.- .

multitude of islands to Pepper Haulover, '. L. T. Daniel and Mr. C. H. Edger-- point. He has begun on another for called and money raised to keep work AND

where we found coot and fish by thou- ton sailed for Jupiter in the yacht Daunt- I Chas. Creech. going on the inlet, and more funds were :a:01ie10oD1pnny: ,

ands. With the former the river was less a day or two ago, to be gone for a The Cleo is on Capt. McFadden's ways, promised Worth if needed. The steamer Lake ROCK LEDGE, FLA.
carried
and from
to
On the east bank of Banana week or more on a fishing and hunting passengers
41 black.
Laud
nearly been in in fine Hotel
We
: having considerably damaged are opening our a
the picnic :grounds at 25 cents for the
River we found the DeSoto grove, cruise. her trip to Jupiter with the mail last Office. We think that many of the thom-
i" the State round trip, stopping any and everywhereto ands of that stop with us vfll be
in strangers
be the oldest one ;
said to week. The
Mrs.F.V.. Munson, of Sanford, arrived White is running through
and take on and-put off passengers. The liable to buy property if it is presented to
.also stopped at Mr. Penny's Capt. here last week and is visiting her friend, from Titusville to Jupiter, but cannot weather and could them; and our facilities are such that vt
i was splendid no one
Wilson's at Canaveral. At these places Mrs. Chas. Schoonmaker. Mrs. Munson's begin to carry the freight south of Mel think we can be of great service both to
have had a better time. For picnics
found theE sellers and
w the finest oranges we on. buyers.
were health has fine bourne.
already improved by our ,
E river. Entered the main channel of Indian Lake Work can't be beat, and everyone Correspondence solicited.
health-giving Indian River air. We to hear that Mrs.
are sorry Henry seems to be an improvement its
on
Gallie. At Eden pre- BRO.HOW'S
River opposite Eau 34 J. M. LEE & .
Dr. W. L. Hnghlett was called over to Whiting is ill. Dr. A. E. Lyman is at- decessor. After everyone had had sup-
' found the large pineapple plantationsof
we Merritt at midnight last Sunday to at- tending her. The Dr. has several
acres75,000 pa- per the steamer was called into requisi-
Richards, containing forty YOUR FENCE ?
I Capt. Instead of finding the tend Mrs. John Curtis, who was quite ill. tients among the northern invalids. Floridians tion again and took about fifty of our

plants. either side of At this writing we learn she is on the usually have 'little use for a physician inhabitants up to the Oaklawn House, li We have the CHEAPEST sad Bet I,

' ', 1 country the river uninhabited, from Eau ,Gallic on to Jupiter, road to recovery, much to the delight of! though they do die of old age or where the day was ended with a dance. t=!. WOVEN Wire WIRE Rope FENCIHOk SftlYftgfeMIHCHM f

her friends and family. accident sometimes.
SAM.
settlers who are ]
we found numerous ,
t tw I bearing land for groves and gardens. At The Mackinac, owned by Mr. FredF. We were shown a few days ago the i 1r

w I with the Taylor, has been hauled out, the cabin flower of a rare and curious plant, the To the Public.
Jupiter Christmas was spent, aA
I thermometer at 809" ; and it was almostimpossible being raised and the boat otherwise put flower being beautiful, brilliant scarlet TITUSVILLE, Oct. 28, 1889. I v

to maka ourselves think it in ship shape by Mr. T. Booth. As soon and deep blue, or almost purple. Messrs. At a meeting held this day for the
t as she is finished Mr.Taylor will take his John Goode and Geo. W. Idner have the purpose of examining and auditing the ,I
t was. that day', as we live where the usual annual cruise down the river. plant in bloom. Its name is Billbergia accounts of Howell Titus as marshal and

thermoneter is likely to be at zero this Lebrina. Some old florists had never collector of the town of Titusville we -. J r
met Rev. Wm. Shaw, secretary of the Flor- the blossom before. find that said accounts are regular and
At Capt. seen
of Jupiter we
time year. ida School Association EIQH AT m CZXTSLawn. ns :
Sunday preached .
,
correct and that said Howell
Titus has ....., .
i :JL P. Dye, who owns a hotel at Lake Sunday night in Rockledge and Tuesday We were pleased to see last Saturday made settlement in.full to said town to lIulan4wldthLOat.&OmUCbPrtenIow.Garden Pomltry and Stock 1II ,I

'worth. The climate of the Indian River night he delivered a discourse on the sub Captain Geo. B. Mercier, who we hear, date. '111 Barim. Freight woru m&z Paid.run tlenah to., =_
ject of the and use of Sunday has been detailed -A1I4&ee1 LAWJI awl cz r rz&Y r.._
-country is fine. We camped out fw progress to run the Cleo as mail E. L. BRADY,
nearly four weeks and never caught a Schools in the M. E. Church at this place. boat while the Georgiana is being re- JNO. M. DIxoN,

cold, but a number one appetite. Its Miss Emma and Miss Minnie daughters paired. No captain on the river has Finance Com. of Council. SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALE

bank curve in and out in bays fringed of Senator Gardner Hardee, left last more friends, and none have been more Attest: Jos. P. BLAKE, Clerk.I .

P with tropical verdure; a few large and Friday for their school in White Sulphur successful, met with less accidents or, we deem the of The Subscriber offers for Sale, h Ian I

f /small rivers and creeks, navigable for Springs, Fla., after spending a delightful believe, made better time. to puplishing the of this receipt to suit Purchasers, some
necessary stop
report being
s '.small boats, empty in from the west holiday season with their parents. Miss Mr. V. N. Lockwood has rented the deficient in my accounts, and my when the 500 Acres of Selected Portions
the Atlantic enter it
while the waters of
Florence has remained home
at having News building and will
soon open a gossips see the examination and
different It has no current acceptance of the above-named Lands.
.at two points. finished school.
strictly cash store. He will confine his of the above accounts were duly
' ii and is from two to eight miles wide.
Steamers run the full length of the riv- On New Year's Day the following par stock to groceries and woodenware at made at the expiration of my term of Situated on Sebastian Bay and India

't and connect with the cars for Lake ty sailed down to Dr. Wiltfeld's "Fairy present until more commodious quarterscan office, the news-gatherers will have to
er Worth at Land in the Dauntless: Misses Kate be prepared. He reports that several seek refuge in some other haven. RIer

Jupiter. JOllY F. LEWIS, Eyer, Nellie Simmerell Daisy Peck, Geor families are intending tQ leave Daytonafor HOWELL TITUS. AND ESPECIALLY SUITED FOE
I
Manlius, Onondaga Co., N. Y. gie Stiling, Carry Moore and Messrs. C. Indian River shortly, and will most WINTER HOMES.

H. Edgerton, Lucius Hughlett L. T. likely settle here. How's This !. These Lands are in the immediiU.

i .. City Point. Daniel and Plympton. They had a fair New Year's Eve a large party gatheredat We offer One Hundred Dollars reward vicinity of the

j u A. Hildreth Sbndayed at City Point. wind, a bright moon and a lovely time Turkey Creek grove to partake of the for any case of Catarrh that cannot be FINEST FISHING.HUNTIXG.AND .

." Jno. C. Norwood is residing in the generally., hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Miner andto cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. SEA BATHING

Simmons house. Captain Underwood in his little naphtha dance the old year out and the new F.J. CHENEY & Co., PropsToledo, O. To be found in the whole In
-launch Livinier, took a party of gen one in. A pleasant evening was passed We the undersigned have known F. River Section and have also the -
t Gussie Vingood has been quite sick tlemen up to Titusville Monday. Mr. CW. and all had dancing enough. Melbournewas J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe vantage of Daily, Com muni caticn by

but is better now. Harrison, his son Frank and Mr. well represented, also Eau Gallic and him perfectly honorable in all business Steamers with all points north.
Malabar. The visitors returned homeat transactions, and
able
financially to
Marcus Gould board
were on as they fee
The Rocky Point House has quite a wanted to meet their friends, Mr. Hein an early (in the morning) hour, delighted carry out any obligations made by their Actual Settlers and ImproTe.-.wi1J _
favored. I
specially Correspondence
number of guests. isch, Mr. Simrock and son, from New with their New Year party.NOTICE. firm. vited. Address
WEST & TRUAX ,
Wholesale
I Druggists,
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Hatch Sabbath Jersey. After the arrival of the expected
-
spent party they returned that nightLast Toledo O. Fnfok> H. Allen, Norwich, CoIL
Wi BI.DIRa, RINNAN & MARVIN
at Rockledge.R. Wholesale
TREASURY DP'T STATE OF FLORIDA,
Saturday,while Master Ray Shearwas ) DruggistsToledo. O. I -
A. Hardee, Jr., came home from walking on Stiling & Taylor's wharf COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, }\ E. H. VAN HOESEN. Cashier Toledo National 28St.TITITSVTTiTilS

t school to spend the holidays. with his baby sister Lepie in his arms. I William TALLAHASSEE D. Barnes, January 1, 1890, of J Bank, Toledo, O.
Comptroller
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally
Mrs.John Mathis,of Tropic, presented he inadvertently walked from the wharf the State of Florida, do certify that a acting -
directly upon the blood and
into the river. Fortunately no harm
w _,-herhnsband with a bran new baby. banking association under the name of the mucus surfaces of the system. TestImonIals
except a ducking, was done to the two
Indian River State Bank, located at Titus sent free Price The
E .Felix Poppell has returned from a children, as Mr. A. I. Moore was on the ville Brevard county, State of Florida, by all druggists. per bottle Sold :
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visit to his mother in Middle Florida. wharf and rescued the baby while Ray; and organized under Chapter 3864,' Lawsof COMMERCIAL

scrambled up on the wharf the best he Florida, has this day filed in this office Why will yon cough when 8hfloh'Corn wilt i
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'". -Capt. and Mrs. Sharpe have both been could without help. proper articles of association and organization immediate relief} Price 10 cU $0 eta and $L bald
sick. Mrs. has and by' Dickson Jc Grey,TttujiTille FU.Shiloh'i !
not certificate has
I p>quite Sharpe yet re- The Episcopal Church was well attended complied fully
....covered. with the provisions of said act required to Institute.
Sunday morning last andHhe Cure will Immediately
reUere
sermonon Croon..
be complied with before commencing the
Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Sold
Rev. Jas. Bolton has gone to attend covetousness delivered by the Rev. A. business of banking, and that said associa- &Grey, Titui rl le.Fla. byDickaon
T. Sharpe was thoroughly enjoyed by Foil Oomm rcUl bursa of Boot- + ***.
conference. This is his third year on tion is hereby authorized to commence a l eta, Peam.biy aad
all. Holy Communion was celebrated Are made miserable including _.._M
i banking business under the name of the you by JDd1g 01I, Conitt.p&tioo. lbtbemat1u, .
this circuit. after the sermon and )Ir. then Diziness, Lou of Appetite Yellow Skint M
Sharpe Indian River State Bank and the Books .
at place 8h11ob'V1t&11zer b a poaithe Cure. Sold ,paper, pen ink,etc.,for MB :II'
is the sailed over to Merritt, where he held afternoon ., br Dick Penmanship complete .
The protracted drouth injuring: above designated.Given eon & Orey, Tita rille.Fla. coon ._
services. Mr. few .. &them&Oc*, month. .
Sharpe spent a under hand and seal of office
but is my one-btf*'tar *
prospect foe vegetables, mitigated Payment to be nude,eats Jr
days! in Cocoa and Rockledge last week! this of For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint .
e the first day January, A. D. 1890. you hare a branch Money for text books; copy back.
,by heavy dews.Howard and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Powell W.. D. BARNES, printed. guarantee It on every bottle of ShUob/a VItaUzer. sap ID fulL Pot farther parUca1an

and Frank Holmes. have re- during his stay here. 33-60 days. Comptroller.: Grehn neveretatans to care ** ** ***** *. E. H. SCOTT Titcsile, Fs .


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I NOTICE. CARDS. ,' EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.

of BrtTXlrd County: GECKOS M. BOBBINS WALTEB R. GRAHAM.
r.Y riienI the commis- President Brevard Secy. Erevan Ab- STJLJ:1'TGT: : : A"-
. }IJting been appointed by Atatract Co. strict Co. ., a ".
iondOf.d county to represent her at & GRAHAM .

she gnb Whichopens-Tropical Exposition on January at 9th Jackson-, 1890, ROBBINS Cocoa, Indian River, Florida:. .

rille the resources of the county asI ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, "
Ana bowing I have nO hesitancy in saying that I P. O. Box 250,TITUSVILLE Brevard Co., Florida. DEALERS IN 4 x> ".,
do, with a hearty co-operation of Will practice In aU the ountles of the Seventh '
ally believe, make thebestt Circuit and in the Supreme Court Special facilities -
j bepeople,we will not only for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles
but will capture the capItal prize Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs
of ahib 1,000.. It will be impossible: I for therefore me torisit to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinw&tAND

each and every producer L. GAULDEN, ;
who has D
uoMtlJ request everyone any- ,
write
of exhibition to me.
worthy
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&bing 11'8 want is a full exhibit of the pro- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .

. What ep of the county. We do not ask as a Titusville, Florida. AGATE-WARE.
will a fair price for all

I ,% dztion azticles.for some to: we the of ladies their pay: do PesPADDISOx we especially appeal A. M. THRASHER, Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, = TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY,

I R. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Plumbers' and
Commissioner. Mill :
P. O.Box 20, SANFORD, FLA. BARBED WIRE :
, Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh ,
rlI Epocli. Circuit and Supreme Court. S
! Supplies,

The transition from long, lingering ALLEN E. HEYSER, WIRE NETTING
sickness to robust health ,
sad painful '
i' marks an epoch In the life of the Individ- Doors Sash Blinds WIRE
ml Such a remarkable event Is treas- Attorney-at-Law and Conveyancer. and CLOTH. ;"
I the memory and the agency
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fined in -
: Lake Worth Dade County, Florida.
the good health has been at- '
Thereby Dined Is gratefully blessed. Hence it is Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade BRICK LIME CEMENT b G-u.n
that so much is heard in praise of Elec- County lands. r .
Bitters so many feel they owe their
tric ;
restoration to health to the use of the JONES & ATKINSON, SHINGLES and LATH. AMMUNITION,

Great Alterative and Tonic. If you are FISHING TACKLE.Sbip .
troubled with any disease of Kidneys, Attorneys-at-Iiaw,
Stomach long or short stand- .
Lire?or
find relief by theme Titusville, Florida. Caan.dleryod8
in;,you will sorely : ,
of Electric Bitters. Sold at 50c. and
T T. SANDERS, *
H per bottle, at Dixon & Gray's Drug Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings; For Chattanooga Plow Com

Store. 21 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. I

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Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Judicial
Land and Groves for Sale. Circuit of Florida.P. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets.

O. Box 235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. I
the
Having three places on and near 11 ARTESIAN WELL ;PiPE: A SPECIALITY. .
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Indian River, I will sell any two of them .

is order to better improve the other. DENTAL OFFICE OF Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and ..
They are as follows: 12} acres on Her- estimates furnished promptly.
ritt's Island, quarter of a mile south of : DR. .L T. DANIEL,

Herritt postoffice, $600; 10 acres, two COCOA I C FLORIDA, STILING & TAYLOR.
miles northwest of Titusville, with 500 Will be at the Grand View Hotel, Titnsville, on
dx-year-old orange trees, in good condition the First Monday each Month, for one week 01
occupying almost half of thegronnd more. Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteed i
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$2,600; 10 acres, quarter of a to be satisfactory. 11 Indian Sweeping Reduction.PER
River
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t mile north of LaGrange postoffice, with L. DODSON,
boo twelve-year-old orange trees, in fine lVI.D. G
condition, occupying about half of the PER CENT. OFF FOR THE HEXT 10 DAYS.

10 acres with a good crop of fruit. This DENTIST,
last is the north half of the Kentucky TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. State Bank. Having an Over-Stock of the following Goods we haue determined to make a .

grove. Address, Jerome Twichell, Lagrange Aching teeth filled and saved without destroying. Clearrice Sale
Fla. the nerves. Teeth with abcesses treated success :

fully.pure Para Boots gum.crowned Broken substantially Plates mended.Plates Badly oi. .Of them at the Immense Reduction of 25 per cent.. to Cash Purchasers for. the
Lands For Sale. fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted painless Titusville, Florida. next 10 Days. % "
Choice Orange
lyOffice on Washington avenue. e! .
Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. LOUNGES, R
ham-
'nlPM desirable tracts of high I ..\
moth land, located on* east side of East J.F.. LEWIS, Authorized Capital, $100,000, L COUCHES, 'T
Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A L T
*W 88-100 acres, with a frontage of half Civil Engineer and Surveyor, GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- O READING CHAIRS .A

mile on the river, about eighteen acres Titusville, Flo.TO SACTED. W RECEPTION CHAIRS, 'N
cleared,a bearing grove and nursery of
large trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74- JAMES PRITCHARD, President, R GENTS' ROCKERS. -'. '
100 acres with a frontage of five-eighths B. BURCHFIELD, W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, E LADIES' ROCKERS, tiE
of I mile on the river, about six acres WM. :M. BROWN, Cashier. CORNER CHAIRS,

,dared, a small grove; and many trees in COUNTY SURVEYOR. Directors James Pritchard, President D TETEATETE'S.All "
bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100 Orders by mail will receive as prompt W. B. Barnett: President National Bank of in the latest and most elegant designs and finish. We will also include ill
acres,with a frontage of one-fourth of a attention as calls in person. Jacksonville; J. H. Durkee, VicePresid'tBank the above elegant Ramie and Plush Parlor Suits for TEN DAYS ONLY.Don't .

pile on the river, which is about four Address: Georgiana, Fla. of Jacksonville; W. S. Graham, of : E; IVTisjs the Opportunity
miles In width. These lands are not un Robbins & Graham; and W. M. Brown,
derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience Cashier.
RUE P. ELY,
Clark & Lottus
would plant a grove for his own LA ,
underlaid. Perfectly favor consistent with ConsemtiyeCORRESPONDENTS
we healthy on,land free from so fog:, malaria and frost. Notary Public for the State at Large. Every extended Furniture & House Furnishing Goods;
Batng
Eight minutes walk from house to ocean I Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. .

beach For, further particulars inquire of CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof Natural Jacksonville Yoi Fla.k. ; The:Bank Seaboard of Jacksonville National 23, 40 & 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville,
Bank New
30 experience.
years'
Beoj.Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, over
as&,9r of J. A. Shippie, agent, Geor- finish a specialty. 6 HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN FLORIDA.
Florida.
granna Fla. Melbourne RIVER BAKERYWe

I will Keep on Hand Every Day A. L. Hatch & Son, ST.. LUOIE HOUSE
The Pulpit and the Stage. O. tTHardware. SEC3'OR, ,

Rev. F. M. Shront, Pastor United and FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, DEALERS Indian River Inlet
Opposite
Brethern Church, Blue Mound, Kan.., NOTIONS ,
ETC. ALSO DRY GOODS
duty to tell what
aays'I feel It my
wonders Dr. New Discovery has ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA.
King's General ProduceMERCHANT. Bottlers of Sodawater Ginger

only live and a myparishonersthought few weeks. I took five bottles Ale, and other Drinks Stationery, Family MedlUnrivalled Hunting, Fish
of Dr. King's New Discovery and cines, Garden & ,
Florida
*m sound and well, gaining 26 pounds Melbourne. ALL ORDERS ATTENTION.S. RECEIVE. PROMPT ing, Boating, Etc.

In Arthur weight."Love, Manager Loves' Funny A. M. Hamilton & Co., A. BELCHER & COMPANY, CHOICE GROCERIES, First-Class Accommodations. Op n-

Folks Combination, writes: "After a FLORIDA PROPRIETORS, Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. ed from January 1st to May 31st,
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thorough trial and convincing evidence, TITUSVILLE,
lam confident Dr. King's New Discovery Wholesale Dealers in TITUSVILLE, FLA. CITY POINT FLORIDA. JAMES PAINE, Proprietor. .
for consumption beats 'em all, ando 4CNOTICE. -

,.. cares greatest when kindness everything I can else do.falls.my many The Indian River Oysters PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup I f4r. -u.z/fIII: :m I

thousand friends Is to urge them to buy In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial : H C
trial bottles at Dixon& Gray's Circuit of the State of Florida, Dade EEfiS

;'.: Drug Store. Regular sizes 50c and 81.00 FISH County, A. D. 1889.In Chancery. Gauged to order .put tip by
Albert :M. Field )
a CO.
,f' Advte.toMothers.Wauaw's V Divorce Wheelwrighting
vs.
Game.
Kn. soorsntasxacrabonldalwaytL Green Turtle and Largest
: teeth. It re- LeahrettaC. Field J in the world.
cued when ehildren an cutting itprvdnoesaatural, the bill in said suit bein?filed and C. aav&Co"
timsthtlittleraffereratonoe Upon
attention
; careful
and ,
will receive prompt .
;I,' ni asleep, dtheliWecherabawskeeas1Zhtti It All orders ,whether by telegraph, due proof made, as appears by the affida- Descripdre
r a bztt D.- ttisroT pleasant umaauanaupain to taste. letter or person. 17 vit of complainant to the same, showing Honey barrels and
IOOtbeI
&he ehfdottenahe
\1,: lute,thebo t&D41Jth.beltkD0'tt1nemed"for that the said defendant resides out of said from $ FREE to all
41arrb a. wnemer ariaing from State, it is hereby ordered that a hearingbe last season's cus-
--.u._ Trotr-ftr_cent_ _a bottle. had on the facts charged in said bill on I than w. Ev 1
r i 1T M M '" in April, A. D. 1890, and i Garden Flower
first
f. the Monday and all kinds of should send for It.
r .: Notice or Dissolution. that said Leahretta C. Field do appear before 210TITLrSVrLLE."f &CO.
f''' The firm of Oliver Budge is this day I said court on or before said first Monday T. MICH.
in April, 1890, and plead or answer to -
dissolved by mutual consent. L. U f said bill and defend against the same and
l succeeds to and will solely continue
therein and to do further
the facts charged
Clumber branch of the business and RACE t1 t considerin
shall
and receive what said court
. ,'P T. Budge, in like manner, the hardware said cause. YOUNG '
the favors of NEW YORK CITY. "Livinier"
r' ? -branch. Appreciating con.I' A. H.FROM IIawtea-Dear Sir: Your PATENTGLASSES Done at Chambers at Tavares this 9th
i; our friends in'the past we bespeak a EYE Mr receded sometime since and am day of December A. D.1889.. Well located on .
tinuance of good will to the new firms.L. much gratified aa the wonderful change that JOHN D. BBOOME, : Short Bans or CruiSe '
very
.O. OLIVER, haa come over ID.ereaight since 1 han discarded Judge of the Circuit Court cf Florida in .. net 10 per cent. particulars address 1
I' F. T. BUDGE, m1 old gla"81. andAtasmxuxnxa a*Ryours. and for the Seventh Judicial Circuit. '. Bargain.
'.. Ute partners under the firm name and Secretary Stationers'Board Of Trade.f ALBERT F.QUIMBY, i Cocoa, Fla. ;
ai the Drn Store of ADDRESS,BOX i's
All fitted
Fla.
style! of Oliver& Budge. 37 25 DI10N &: ORAY. TITUSVI LLE, FLA. 35 Clerk, Juno,
Dated 1890.
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feet above and loJgedTa: tlia- court: house, NOT iiE. -, Bucklen's Arnica Salve.THE .

:7. setting fire to the -structure-and, but tar -_ .v,$ BEST&JLLVE in the world for Cute, Indian RiyerSteamb at Co

I SHOT TO UEATILLEIg'lt timely aid, the building, would have ,bMn'de n,' *LAND. .... OFFICE'GADTESVILLE--Nov.30tblSS9..,} Bruises, 'Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rlieum, Fever -
troyd. Ko pe"ftCB wee injured: Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains -

A Michigan farmer named Major murdered Xotice is hereby: given thaUhefollpwing- Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, Schedules in effect MAY 12 1889.
--- his wife, daughter and granddaughter, named settler has filed hotieVof>> his intention and positively cures Piles or no pay re- ,

X':,.rro HnnVrers )lobbed at. and then hanged himself. ,to make final proof in, support of his quired. Ut is guaranteed to give perfect : STEAMER ST. LUCUL k

burned Nine men by were a shower horribly of molten and dome fatally claim, and that said proof will be made before satisfaction, or money refunded. Price Leaves TITUSVILLE..................,.. g 'J

I .i. llirmvell: S. C. exploding: mold in a foundry; metal Ii Dallas from A.A, Stewart, Clerk Circuit Court viz, at 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon 10-19.&: Arrives at Melbourne........_.....12uooa a In
: Texai. Titusville, Fla., on January 28th,1890, : Grey. '
William J. Mims of. La Grange, Fla., H. Returning:

.u"he.... Jail Raided Early Saturday A Duboe drunken negro faa1I.tabbed Condue- E. 15637 for the lot 3 of section 19, Tp. 36 Leaves Melbourne........._........12 noon t
tor
near Birmingham Ala. and
Morning. shot dead byJohn a pissenger. was S., of R. 41 E. NEW DRUG STORE Arrives at Titusville............_... 6 p n J
He names the following witnesses to Above daily except Sunday
Mrs. &.d1. wit cf a cooper of t t.
.# Hundred NorthviUe, ){ic1., shot Ajd kJlci J.jaa X prove his continuous residence upon, and Has on hand a Fine Assortment of STEAMER GEORGIANA
i The Mob of Several Masked viz P. 1
cultivation of said land : Eugene
Taylor, who, wale int<*ltstil: d a ried Leaves Tituaville -
Men Do Their work BO Quietly That John F. Bell Sundays and thUD- ,
admittance to tee Rgiach hang: vbica was Woillard, of Ankona, Fla.; FRESH DRUGS.Also direct fur II
the' Citizen of Barnwell Are Not denied him. H. persista.t, however, aed of St. Lucie, Fla.; C. E. Chaffee, of An- days Jupiter. :fI!

Aroused from Their Slnmbem-Negroes Mrs. Roach jumped out of bed, raised A kona, Fla; John Q. Hnggins, of Titus- SPECIFIC REMEDIES GUARANTEED -i I STEAMER: WHITE {

CoI1HtJo5C''Tl'oube Anticipated. :3-calibre revolver, and fired;with the abo'e ville Fla. ALEXANDER LYNCH, TO CURE the Diseases for which Leaves Melbourne Mondays, WedDers
result. 34 Register. they are Recommended.IF and
the
days Fridays on arrival
CHARLESTON, S. C., Dec. 31.-A mob of the .
An ax in the hands of Press Barred splitin AFTER USING ANY OF THEM, YOU steamer St. Lucie.
of several hundred masked men raided two the head of Barnett ]Failia the men NOTICE.LAND ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT, ,

the jJil at Barnwell at 2 o'clock Satur- being neighbors, near McFall, Ma OUR MOSEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY RE- Returning: if

day morning, overpowered the jailer Six young men of Vancouver, B. C., were OFFICE,GAINESVILLE, FLA. \ UNDED."We Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.JKST !t...
out sleigh riding when a tree tell, crushing NdVember, 30th, 18S9. J have no cure-aIls, but a different Connection is made at Titusville r

and took out eight negro prisoners, the sleigh, killing four of the occupants and Notice is hereby given that the following- Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor with trains of the J., T. & K. W. Byv *:''t

charged with murler. These were Rip- and the horses. The names of the dead are: named settler has filed notice of his intention Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart tem to and from aU points North, aDd at l;

ley:Johnson and Mitchell Adams charged James Lawson, C. D. Dasapbefl, Joseph to make final proof in support of his> and Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and Jupiter with daily stage for Juno ((8 i

with murdering' man named Heffet- Locke and J. V..BodwelLMaj. claim, and that said proof will be made before also Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm, miles) where connection is mad with ,

manandsly ;other charged with the FaK re pt. A. A. Stewart, Cle.rk Circuit Court, at Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin. the steamer "Lake Worth" for all landings { I

1 murdtrof. -young Martin. Pinto has arrived &4 Mozambique i Titusville,Fla.,on January 28th,1890, viz: Give them a trial and you will not be on Lake Worth.W. .

*% ty ry Quiet About It. Clinton V. Honeywell,Canaveral. Fla., H. disappointed.J. B. WATSON Superintendent -

The prisoner were taken out of town have Three been nuns of the Order of BX Francis E. No. 18265 for lots:!,.Sec. 1, Tp. 23 S., R. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent
imprisoned at Munich for cruelty 37 E. !'C
D. F. JACK General
and shot to death. The jailer was tied to their pupils. I He the following witnesses to TITUSVILLE, FLA. Manager. .

and forced lo accompany the lynchers.The Flatten lake, in Hungary, is frozen OTST, j his continuous names residence and prove culti- t!
upon
conducted in and have iJr<7> & incarriages. I ,
whole/ thing was avery many persons n across _
vation of said land viz Wilson
: Henry
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business like manner the citizens This is an unprecedented occur $::1,000 Fe $1.
I Emory P. Cronin, Geo. M. Quarterman, >r .01l.1y
{' rence.
+ of the town not knowing anything Arthur Franklin all of Canaveral Fla. I
about it.. Several Russian arrests have been mM The QC disaffected !I ,ALEXANDER LYNCH, Ten Thousand Dollars in Souvenirs to be Given AwayOn
army officer xtfiuster *
nace War Slay Result. I 34 Register.
of war is redresbiug the grievances 3 which the Grand Opening of the
A great many negroes are collecting complaint is mach I

f at the scene of the lynching, and more A workmen's exchange has been opened inLeipsic I Master' Sale. FLORIDA SUB-TROPIC L EXPOSITION
trouble is att4. the object of whiih is to give general ,
4. t i i" Under and by virtue of a final decree
advice information to working '
NOT DISCOURAGED. and to arbitrate disputes between employers men, I'j issuing out of the Honorable Circuit Court THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JAN. 9,1890.Partial .
and I of the Seventh Judicial Cir ult of the State
employee .
t .Jif Seized ealer Salts Again for the Hunt- i I Abraham I of Florida in and for Brevard county. List of Prizes. ,
Lincoln, son of the minister to I I '
1 Ing Grouuda. I I i'r dated the twentieth ((20th) day of December No. Valuation. ,

6; VICTORIA. B. C., Jan. The first I. England Versailles, ,is France still an, but invalid is said at Hotel to be Vatel improve in :i r A. D. 1SS9, in a certain cause in 1. Certified check for................................................:......................41,000 :
: therein wherein Julius 2. Knabe upright piano ebonized engraved panels with stool and scarf I COO
sealing schoQnei, to get away for the ing. Two physicians are in attendance, and I t chancery depending case,
King is complainant and Minnie E. 3. Parlor suite five magnificent bro atelle with silk plush trimmings
pieces
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yearly southern cruise, was the schooner I Robert T. Lincoln has come from London ta i'I'
Triumph, which sailed Saturday with Versailles, where be intends to remainontQ' ,i Smith and William Barton Smith, her as follows: One sofa, in terra cotta,one large ladies'eaaj chairin

rli an experienced 'crew of seal hunters. I I his son is able to b? ruotvd. ills. Lincoln I'i husband, are defendants, and.thirty days olive, one large gents'ecsy; chair in blue, one large reception chair

The Triumph-was i the schooner which ; and her daughter are also at Versailles i j> having passed since the date of said de- in olive, one large reception chair in old gold.-.......................-..... 250; I

was first boarded and searched lat year : Advkea from Zanzibar state that shin | cree, I will, as Special Master in Chan- 4. Pair diamond ear drops, best quality................................................ 250

by the revenue cutter Rush, and which I Pasha continues to recover.. ? cery sell at public sale to the highestand 5. Walnut bedroom set, eight pieces, French beveled mirrors..............._ 200 e\

brought news of the seizure of the famous best bidder for cash in front of the 6. Set Haviland French china, decorated, 126 pieces................-............ 160 f
p.rsuual.
Black Diamond. The balance of the Three Catholic consecrated at court-house door in Titusville, Brevard 7. Gents' diamond studs.................................................................... 125:>> l

fleet will sail in a few days for a south- I St. Paul Friday-bishop Rev. were James McGorlick, county February., :Fla.A., on I). the 1S90.third the (3rd same) day being of 8. Gents'magnificent: gold watch and chain..................................._..... 125 t-'

St Farnfrom being discouraged by last t'.Rev. John Shanley and Rev. Joseph Catter. i the first Monday in the month and a le- 9. Elegant French china dinner set, 149 pieces.-: 100

beason's seizure, or by the nonsettleI I Charles H. Hacklcj, the rich lumberman I gal sale day, between the legal hours of 10. Ladj's gold watch and chain, solid gold, very fine.........-................- 65

; ment of the Behring sea dispute, sealingmen I of Muskegon, Mich., who gave i l .OOHor a 1 sale, all that certain lot or piece of land 12. Music box, ten airs.5

here are active, several new I public library, has just given $l ,OOt)) for a I j I situate in the county of Brevard and 13. Parlor folding bed, cherry finish.o.-. .f

ers have been purchased in schoon-I, soldiers' monument. i State: of Florida, and described as follows 14. Antique oak hat rack, diamond, French beveled llirrors.-uo.- 65

and are beiu, brought around Cape Ifaj. B. O. Thoma", tae! well :known turf to-wit: 19,986 other souvenirs, aggregating................................................... ?6&65 4
.. Eon, to engage in the work of catching I man, has endowed a fwd in the Protestant Commencing at a post which is south r

seals lore vessels will leave this port hospital at Lexingto.., Hr.7h 62 and 3P west and ninety (90) links 20,000 Souvenirs in all, amounting,: to.......................... .......................$9, 9 M5
for the Behring sea the coming season <* New Yorkria: fociety adopted 'I from the northeast corner of southeast Only 2O.OOO Ticket Sold at 1.00 Kach.
than ever before. formal resolutions o; M.irow for the death ofrftayW. quarter of northwest quarter of section Committee to award souvenirs: Gdv. Geo. F. Drew. Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, W.

Grady. I thirty-three (33), township twenty.four A. MacDuff, J. R. Tysen, A. W. Cockerill, jr., T. T. Stockton, T. S. Wilmartlu
i .i Eleven People Darned to Death. Three new bishops of the Roman Catholic ((24), south of range thirty-six (30)( east See Sunday's Times-Union for full list of souvenirs.

HANCOCK Mich., Jan. 1.-At Huron- {I I l1urch-Rev.and Rev.John MunV-v J"oh Rev. James Mourlrick i! variations 1 and 32'; thence south par- Tickets good for admission to grand opening of the Exposition.All .
town, Sunday morning, the house of I B. tter-wen I allel with east line of southeast President of the
.. quarterof orders for tickets should be sent to W. B. BARNETT
.
oiibecrated at St. ,*-,.1 Mina ,
Theodore Gross took fire from a kerosene Friday.Airs.
north of section
east quarter thirty National Bank of Jacksonville Jacksonville Fla. the -
' Blaine it will accompanied by monejSI
lamp. Gross, his wife and eight children iaii t, withdraw entirely
three (33) township twenty four ((24)), for each ticket.
from TVa&hiui-'trj
: and Lena. Erbst, a guest, were cremated society because of
so that their remains were gath- her sister's death. south of range thirty six ((36)) east, two Send to the Secretary for a full list of Souvenirs. Agents Wanted.
I I -- ((2)) chains and fifty-three (53) links to a
ered up in a sleigh box. It is said the I 8por-u'4 ;Iarkt. post; thence west parallel with north $6,000 IN PREMIUMS OFFERED FOR COUNTY AND INDIVIDUAL

parents had returned intoxicated from a Next season's .\lJtJ''l AsKwlatton will line of aforesaid southeast quarter ot DISPLAYS. Send for full Iwt.

oanoe. ., I I doubtless be madu :>p ct clubs from St.. I northwest quarter of section thirty-three All County and Individual Exhibits addressed to Director-General, Sub-Trepiee!

/ Crullh..t'ln CareIn.JS.CK30N Louis, Louisville CoI : nLits, Toledo<< Rochester :.- township twenty-four(24)( south of range Exposition, Jacksonville: Fla., will be transported Free bv all lines in this

a 1 Philadelphia, "VTosliiugtou and Balti- I thirty-six ((36)) east, thretj chains and State; Send to the Secretary for printed tags. All space free.
Tens, Jan. 2.-Monday inon links .
(93) to thence
ninety-three a post; B. F. DILLON, Premie. JAS. M. SCHUMACHER, Treao. S. A. ADAMS, 8cc.
afternoon while four little boys, aged be- William OConnor, the nviian oarsman, north parallel with east line two ((2)
tween 6 and 8 years,were playing under has wired that he will row in the Thayer I chains and fifty-three ((53) links to a post;;
i, ? t the edge of a sand bank In the eastern regatta, to be belt in" Boston' and in the I thence cast parallel with south line three

l 'v part of this city, the bank caved in burv- event of inability to !arrange the regatta I ((3) chains and ninety-three (93) links to % Vs

mg! them under about ten feet of sand. atBohtonbe will row at any other point plats of beginning containing one acre,
: agreeable to the wiohm of the I
extinct. ; competitors.TTio more or less. Terms cash.
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Death Roll. Witness my hand at Titusville, Fla., EEGTRiiliyfVITAL FQHG1

CONDENSED TrLS31ln. \l9. Mrs. Gen. George H. Thomas died Thursday this the 57th day of December. D.

.. in Washington.Simon IS89.
)r ET"I an Little }Happening at
"arJmn Plaeee.r Spohn a well known character ol SEWARD F. GRAY. THEPROUR! IC EN 0 .
Master !it
Reading, Pa, died Thursday the hospital. Special Chancery.
Otto Leuth was found of niurJer fat
guJty from the effect of having his legs cut off JONES & ATKINSON. .
en :ENB.: Y I0Ol: T 'y D.
the first degree for the tjUln of little Mag 37 Solicitors for by.
r the railroad track while taking coal Although Complainant.
E Cleveland
' gie Thompson at he owned real estate and was reputed TMa '.i Sew std KaaUrly ITwlleal TraUV, and IniiUpeoMhl' to very YOIINC, MIDDtSACEO. -
t A pardon has been retttred John Panr er, to be worth n: '1 OL M,'M ",J.o Ji'" "ap w? We :.r.se. Lttgiicr. Lo.- of 1., oq.I
$40,000, he lived in cue .. a.d aU dkear,i t< day u: s);
Kl.lmy
murderer of Henry Whitebou&e. send fee will 3Iatcrs Sale. \' ; !ic. a f r*: :it liver Contpl Jot. L\- -4 vI Sal
be banged J an. 10, at Concord, X }1. small room and was very miserly in his .Aocid;1J'r,Vl.,4;:; ." ;i..I\"cur De'.BUr,Vl&J atanetlon.andhM1ri .

Prof or Orton thinks the natural habits. Under and by virtue of a final decree ", ..... ...........:.n
f gas out of the Honorable Circuit 'o\ ... .. .. r"t
issuing ... -; .. .
will be exhausto.1 Labor T; .
supply la abort nine o"f's. t !
yews .. { u i.wr$1Jii.1.Is
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of the Seventh 1a.t..I, ) {,
Court Judicial :
r; and thai it will take thousands of }""eIIl'8' to With the beginning of IPft, it is quite Circuit of ; ; -"{,1'.rpm@kCi '117+ .J;7re1!.t:.Sr ....U L
1, refill the subterranean reservoirs. -ikely a movement' i'I 4> .TM,grated which Florida, in and for Brevard county. ,.. .
m : dated the twentieth : ojn ,tVr, t.:'' rlit. T-i er'v use dol'.i'. "1 ,.aU. t e.hd !n pbb wrap-- .
.,. Nearly fY, , young men's committee, of Atlanta, for a "Slav"and "Htm," *-wo wry nudesarable ber. A. D. 1S89. in a certain cause in 3.". :: ... ,,&,i.i e. Pr'.v>r* I.*:tur., .it" "."m ream ....axwii.at.ron EIA S, :rCd. tree I. a 0
monument to Henry W. Grady. and'only a I classes of residents, who have been more" chancery therein depending wherein J.B.'rerry Thu, i. lie Ottv ELCT i0-MEDICO t'nYiIOLOCY i.r putreh.dacd. i.I.b.oinkly.acPo'and .
is the 1t is 1n'-\'L'J W'.t a'!'it"-J.N U.arch.'.he very ro sta a .t v i is of daoue.T
complainant and A. F. S. p.\L
than
1 few subscription have teen received from usually unruly during the year just
outaidf the city,&* yet. I closing Williams and Hepsey F. Williams, his
'p' The governor of New Hampshire i has appealed wife, are defendants and thirty (30)) daysha.iug

_,( to officials to enforce the prohibitory passed since the date of said decree -
H v For all Di eaeee of Men by the diaungaUhed author,
law. ':'=TII I will as Special Master in Chancery t
r ASTHMA CAN BE CURED. sell at public sale to the HEKBT DoMonT, M. D., who baa DISCOVERED -
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The two Dakota have highestand
scarcely anything A trial bottle sent Free to THE ELIXIR OP LIFE AND THE TRUE ESSENCE
in their state treasuries. anyone afflicted. DB.TAFT BRO.,Rochester,N.Y. best bidder for cash, in front of the OF MANHOOD mar be cozuolted ia I Irtricteet _
k During the past 350 Court-house door in Titusville. Brc"ardcounty. confidence.in person or by letter.at his Electro.
year persons p.a\8 been '
I. Me iooln.fizmar1, Q.381 ColumLua Av.BoetonYw."I .
l killed at Chicago railwuy crossings. Fla., on the third (3) day of
' In the past 5.12 new fffa LOADED DICE. ,-hl (9b"y.eoJ February. A. D. 1890, the same being HEARD A VOICES IT SAID *'COHl AMP SEE." .
year manufacturing ,
V *? DOSS*; Inrr.K 1bra.ac.au4.fit.raps1.0-O rbc.
s and mining enterprises have been established I' e e '..,".::..:t;:. 6.."Hi.'!*r KTOU.. *1 k*j6a.iUmlwii.ti.B tiftn fnt the first Monday in the month and a le- ---
" in the south. gal sale day, between the legal hours of
C1-y-de {Stegtm
: Hundreds of derricks were blown down in sale all the following real estate situatein sto.lto Oo !I

M: : the oil regions of Pennsylvania Thurs PARKER'S the county of Brevard and State of
., day's storm. HAIR BALSAM Florida, described as follows. to-wit: New York, Charleston Florida Lines. 11

The Grant Locomotive Works at :Watery Cleanses and beautifies the hair. Commencing at the northwest cornerof

y ::4 N. J., are to be removed"-{%:
enlarged to employ&bou1,500 inea. Hair to its Youthful Color. tusville as shown on the map of said addition 11 11j

The Choctaws of the Indian territory have Crerents 601and Dandruff$1.00>t and nrnMortll.hair falling now on record in the clerk's office i
r."' Sent word to the United States coamt oa- of Brerard county, Florida; from said
:
,ers that they are willing to meet them*and I 1 I CHICHCSTER'S ENGLISH point of beginning run east along the -'T j
; ? arrange for the sale., at $1.25 per acre of all f south side of Coleman avenue one hundred -
l their lands east of tie ninety-sixth meridian : PENNYROYAL PilLS. and ninetyeighl9S) feet to the :

= ;4i Miss Sarah_F. Xichdl*, a well.known society >-Zt: .., lied Tt eelr Cross reliable Diamond pin tar wte.l>Fate rand.and< west side of Hopkins street; thence run
; lady, of Ir-ill, Mesa., disappeared rff "!'eo Ladieis ak DrmcxUt far Uc I>U. south along the west side Hopkins
..4 Unuivi,in rd aibozea..oiel
ia i
Ctiristtrm ni; t. Sbe ;vea. oat to' past a 'IP thnb 1 '.,: letter and has uil (n&mpi) fcr prdcnl acd "Ucllef far feet thence and
turn
{ >*ja san sinca. In tor La4141-' to,.....b1 aaa1L )0-w Jber. (283)) ; run west one
room was a note saying Forgive and for t'hi*heater Qp:1ea1'-eo,Ma41Ma bq.,1'hl adu.Y0-. hundred and ninetyeight(193)) feet to
" get." The affair i IIi involved in niystery. the east side of Palm street; thence The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to'sail as follows :

i At ilendit.), risers m l-. .i -'rota Son aJie'o. north along the east side of Palm (Standard Time.) ,

TeL, Deputy Cnite-i c ..* Marshals Saigon ASTHMA CURED street two hundred and eighty-three New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.Tuesdays 4
*and Cueiion with a (2S3) feet to the point of beginning and
.XMSC, attempted,iO Mondayg,Wednesdays k Fridays. Pier 29. ERiTer. &Sasdajs.Tborday .
arrcat five mescal smuggio; and a/unnug I r SCWFFXAHH'S ASTHMA CURE said land being In lot two (2)), of section ,Thursdays
fg.t myriad, ia which OctaviaaolctapFa !.y. nilr reheM the moot Ttolent attack. No N thirty-four (34), township twenty-one Friday, Dec.Dec.27. at 3 3 TX m., .. DELAWARE ,Jafl. I, slip.. i I 1wa Its Monday 30 at p. m., IBOQOU1S Jan 1 at'a.
w immedi.I
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action
Jn for result ,5ADday.
one of the smugglers' was killed. The otLsf It:;itf.dire*:i and ce rta n,and a cure is the result (:!1), south of range thirty.five (35) east, Friday. Jan. 3, at 3 p. m.. YEMAS3EE Tlmraday.' Jan. /. U ff s m
four were captured. I t m all curable caae A single trial cooTmces according to the United States survey; Monday, Jan. ft,at 3 p. m., CH RO .. 8nnda/i&A-1ft,al 1.s0- j
,(tiMmcet&koc4acaL 'Nce3Oe.and S 1.00,of 1.4f Wednesday,Jar 8, at 3 p. m. E11UotE; as >. .-
A derailed .Jan.1L
car at Phil badly also that of land described follows may 1
vielphia in- d-ug.-iQ, or.b y mail Triml package/Vee to any plat as Friday,Jan.10, at 3 p.m., DELAWARE, **h a a
nr a t.SCUIFFMANN.bt.' PaII.1 Tharaday.Jan.lt;
jurwl eight passengers adJ.u : The north half of the north halt Monday.Jan. 13,at 3 p m.m., IROQUOI 8tadat.Jas It,at I'm ;,
'' of lot six ((6), section thirty-six ((36). Wednesday, Jan. 15,at S p. m- \'DlASSEE, Toreday.se. n. it.a-=
Crime | t.-.ltIeAo: .
ar township thirty-one (31), south of Friday Jn 17.at 3 p.om.. r CUEBOKEE.SEillXOLE. e Tbnndar. J&It. D.ata'n
Eiu' nuel Th :aias, twk jf'the steambeabGothcsa OUR LITTLE ONES rang Monday. Jan.20, at 3 p. m. : :' Sacday,Jan. a&. u tTn ..
thirty-nine (39) east containing ten .
and Henry Trice -rocsUbcut (10) WednetdayJan..at3p.c. DELAWARE; ,. Jas. :t &tltr1ThnrtdaT. ea
h acr Terms cash. Friday Jan.21.at 3 m.. .
ce1; rated Christmas and the NURSERY: s. 'I p. IEOQUO13.YEMASSEK. ." Jan. Sfi.aiil moss e .
'1 at Memphis with a Witness hand at Titnsville Fla. Monday, Jan. 27,at J p. m., e f.UIM1aT.FehS.all.R
my ,
36 BROMFIELD ST. ,
drunken carousal. which"was ended bj; the this 27th Wednesday: ,Ja n. 29. at S p. m... CHEROKEE, 8qa j0- .pe0.1v at'asFriday.ran. -
the of December D.
rl -. latter, being almost. decapitated by the The' most Boston fca&daoue, Mass and beck 18.::9.. day A. 31, at 3 p.EL, sEJn-Iou:. Tnsra y. Fe0." st f a m
former. natnuin for eh.Ud.rea *r.r For Information
Regarding
i Unknown threw sub&bed. J1JO a year;atnzto SEWARD F. GRAY.Special' Freight and Passage, apply to
i peirous a bomb fate the y copiea, U cu. Sent on,trial Master J. A. LESLIE. SnpL JaehouTU: T. G.EGIJL Traffic Bo.Unc .Tera.
m
Chancery. raisin Greta,5*
three month.
court house yard at :i'achebsv le o for lie. Awunpte
JOHN L. BOWARD. F. F.
Er. A.. Jukloln1Ut'
F. M. Jacboavtilw
copy and Frvtnluia Use sent wan JONES & ATKINSON, A- IB05M03JGZB.T. P.A. .
Hem ,and tow j&ed&boutjra Mown. forty ) addrea on receipt of a two war P. CLYDK: & C0. General agents 1: South Wharves PhllidelphU't a. .,...
ant etaw. 37 Solicitors for Complainant. -
i. 't ling Green, New York.
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THE THURSDAYJA& 9 J890.
FLORIDA-STAB. : 7'

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fBR KTFPLwRITNR! THE,MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. -

t9..Walts. HERE WE ARE AGAIN -, ,- .

A. B. CAMPBELL .


Jacksonville, FIn.
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t J: W ROGERS & CO.,

t'S'W; A TSDN& 001 E Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, llain .
; Bros.' Pianos, :Morris Pianos Wilcox

Before an intelligent, appreciative and White Organs and Chicago Cottage. ..
u Organs.
discriminating public, present ourselves
FORWARDING I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest .
." and make our bowl announcing that we station High Grade I

.- Schedules in Effect Nov.17, lSS9. are candidates for their favors good
Trains of this line run on Central Stand
ttridgytirit-class machine,folly we.rrantedaad AND COMMISSION ard Time, and arrive and depart from the wishes and-cash.
1M n2ta from very best materials by ktlllcd morlanen J. T., & K. W. and S. F. & W. Union de PIANO.Sti
defied for the
aD vtrmted wtth belt to do tools all ever that can be reasonably expected purpose pot. As blood is thicker than water, so is

e nr1 belt typewriter extant. Capable>f writ. West India Fast Hail.
cash better than credit. We to
taJiiO wordi per minute, or more according to the propose
No. 27 No- H
Sf PRICE, $100.
*tf of the Address operator., PARISH 31'FO. CO." .MERCHANTS 12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m get out of the old ruts, and Sell our .

j nfc wanted.: PARISH N. Y. 1 36 p m..Green Cove Spring..5 21 a in Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

2 30 P m...........Palatka...........4 25to In iA.N'FOR
3 30 p m........ ..Seville ...........3 02 a m Cash. R S'
4 13 p m..DeLand Junction..2 03 am .

r r .. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA 4 23 p m..0range City Junc..l 49 a m We handle a first-class line ofOlotliing
"; '! .f" 5 15 pm...........Sanford...........1 15 a m
; 6 13 p m..........Orlando..........11 40 p m LESS MONET than any other home in. the
",'. t -:o:-- 7 20 p m.........Kissimmee........,10 50 p m United any honest States.man or.1 \\woman ill hip a on Piano trial,or and Organ it not to

WE WANT 10 13 p.m..Tampa........ .. 7 30 P m satisfactory. I will pay freight both waya. .t5
10 45 P m...Ar Port Tampa Lv.. G 30 p m cash and $10 a month on a Plato: 'and $10 c..b aid '.
$5 a month on an Organ till paid for!cot much
HOW? THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between more than ordinary rent. On there,very liberal
New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stopsat Both Ready-made and to Order. terms anyone ran own a instrument: Send for .
Cam the world know a man has a good Kissimmee for supper. Nos. 14 and 27 FREE CATALOGUE containing full Information.
thtar unless be advertises the possession WE WANT Port with Plant Steamship Sheet Jlnsic..Strings,Violin, Banjo. Guitars Ae-
; connect at Tampa -
cf it?'-VAMDKXBILT. cordeons, and in fact, every Musical Instrument
Line for Key West and Havana. Ships OurGents' that is made,and at very low prices. Send for com.
You to be sure to Come and'See Us I sail from Port Tampa on Mondays and plete Catalogues. I have 20,000 pieces cf Choice

When you come to town. Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27 I Music at 10 centsper copy. .
connects at Palatka Junction with the Flor Furnishing Department A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville/Fla. 5

'VE"VANT ida Southern Railway. .

TRAiNS BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND Is Complete. Nobby Hats from
To Talk to You.

Ig41; WRITE US Lv DeLand NoSO DEL No32 ND.No34 No36 No38 first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the

wherever you live,and WE WANTTo Junction..4:45p 8:50a 12:35p 2:20p 4:15p most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and H nmni M MeiilTUE
Work With You. Ar DeLand 4:40a 9:10a 12:50p 2:35p; 7:05p
a we will ship you a Hand Satchels, too low to quote.
'fine instrument on No31 No33 No35 No37 No39
15 WE WANTTo
I DeLand3:40a 8:20a ll:30a l:52p: 3:50p
i Days' Test Trial in Ar Deland I IJunc For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can- TIRELESS: TOILEB tt>B T1 CXt: -
Post You on the Markets.
your own home. iori.3:3-ja 8:40a 11:45a 2:07p 4:10p not be excelled in the county. \
; WE WANT Trains 38 and 39 run daily. Not:.SO .
h, and 31 run on Mondays, Wednesdays and We earnestly ask an inspection of our
To Ship For You and See to Your Shipments Fridays only. Nos. 34 and 35 run to and Goods' before elsewhere.
buying
: here. from Beresford on :Mondays, Wednesdaysand
Fridays. All others daily except Sun- : .1 .
,
, NO CASH REQUIRED WE WANTTo day.South Florida Accommodation.No. :J. ,!V. Rogers & Co.BAY.

, either. Buy or Handle most of the
Until you hare tested and approred. Our freight 23. No. 66.
both.way* if instrument fails to please in either Fruit and Produce of this sectionof 8 30 a m...Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 15 p m'
style,price or quality. Ours the risk 9 33 ..Green Cove ..5 16 .
to give fait and full test, and buy if fully pleas the country. a m. Spring. p m
10 35 a m......... ..Palatka...........4 25 p m
J 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied WE WANT 11 39 a m............Seville ..........3 03 pm S. H. "'-, .
12 30p m... DeLand Junction ...2 11 p m Yours a.m1ous'to please,
by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL You to Know if we cannot Buy Your
12 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 03 p m ED. L. HUXTLET.
PLAN first introduced in the South Fair-
eat method of sale possible,and a great by benefit us. to Products, We Can Ship it for You. 3 35praTitusville.........11 57 am Ask your dealer for Ed.Huntley&Co.',
thoM at a distance who cannot visit our ware-rooms 1 20 p m..Ar S:.nfonl l/v..1 30 P m TITUSVILLE, FLA.GeoI .

WE WANT Daily : Florida )'. No 23 connects HDNESTCLDTH I NC
ALL RISK SAVEDBy Palatka with Southern Railway. -
You to help us to make Titusville a Connection made also with Indian
'j this trial plan,and purchasers absolutely as- If our goods are not In the hands of some
Instruments at the verylowestposse distributing point for the Productsof River steamers at Titusville to and'from STOREKEEPER In your section you can PRO
cost. Selling only the beat instruments landings on Indian River. Merchandise CURE THEM from the BEST KNOWN and
made;that will stand the most severe and the river, and sell our largest MAIL-OBDEB Wholesale CLormNa: HOUSE
I comprehensive: tests,we do not fear to send them out Products here. Jacksonville and Sanford Accommodation. In the world,at prices that win MAKE YOUR
OB trial and <*t them stand solely on their merits. :" : eyes snap and KEEP YOU DEAD we can
A3 we ask i& the privilege of shipping on ap 78 afford TO DO IT. If your does not
proval. No suit,no pay. Our freights if we fail. ,WE WANTIn No. 15 No. our goods. send to us and we WILL fur.
'3 35 p in-Lv Jacksonville Ar12 40 p m STORE. keep you a Suit or Overcoat, express or mail ',

' EASY TO BUY fact to save you money, and can .do it 3 33 p m...Green Cove Spring...Jl 37 a m paid,on receipt if of price. us We with will an win order find t hold We
, if will help us. 4 30 p in..........Palatka .........10 45 a m your have patronage built up this you immense try business by our
.;' Treats by correspondence. No matter whether you 5 40 p in...........Seville.. .... ... 9 36 a m PAINSTAKING methods,and by doing by others
Ton' lire either ten or a thousand miles from u awe 6 38 ..._Deland Junction... 8 44 m aa we would be done by. .
ship to alt Southern States. Our system is WE WANT p m k: I propose to keep ED.L.HUNTLEY&Co., Style Ori$n&tors.
perfect Prices in plain print and alike to all. 6 49 P m..Orange City June... 8 30 it I)1

Discounts One price from only. makers No more prices., no less.All competition Large You to know we':are head-quarters for 7 30 p ni......Ar Sanford. Lv.... 7 55 a m. ;, In strictly ordering following Suits or rules Ortrcoats for measurement observe-

met. Complete outfits free. AH that Vegetables, Crates, etc. Daily except Sunday. A First-Class StockGROCERIES Btr-w: Breast measure,over vest,close up un- .
Jii faEasy installments. Every inducement No.78 connects at Palatjca Junction with der arms. Waist measure.over pants. Inside
any house can offer. Florida Southern Railway. leg measure,from crotch to heeL

" Write for Valuable Information. WE WANTTo Sanford and Lake Eustis Kailway. References-R"t National Bank oi ChicagoT ?.
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Catalogues, Circulars, Special Sell you your Orange Boxes and LEAVE AKIUVE -OF- Bank of capital Chicago$3,000.000,capital; 2,000,000.Continental., National

,t Fall Offers-1889. Copy of new Orange Wraps, and will do it if you No. 81 No. 83 No. hO No 82
7:40 pm 9:00 a nuSanford..8:10 a 1:10 p m ED. L HUNTLEY & Co., Manufacturers -
Paper-"Sharps and Flats"ALL -
will come to see us.
8:01 9.30 m..Paola..7f 12:47 pm .
p m a
and Wholesale Dealers
i i. FREE. Address in Clothing

WE WANT 8:34 8:4S p p m mtO:46 10:22 a a m.MtDora.7:22a m.Sorrento7:34a:: 117 12:03 pm pm for Men, Boys and Children, 122 and 124

BeRATES the 9:00 p mll:10 a m.Tavares..7:10a 11:50 pm Market,Chicago, III. P. 0. Box 667.
LinDEN You to know that we are Agents for Sunday. No. 18 connectsat

Ocala Rock Lime and will furnishit Sanford with Wes India Fast Mail. No.I -- .

MUSIC HOUSE, low down. 82 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand ., ':,:1'..' ....,"' .// 'C..
Sanford accommodation for points DRY GOODS o .'I\;' /:-= :""'. :; '
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SAVANNAH. CA. WE WANT North.. Indian River Express.No. :''U..t..'..'i.lJ-: "oJ .l' .... ," ;!
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; You to. know that we burn our own 27 No. 78 '",' fi.s,"" i."" ,
o. 7'1.4.v ;
MY 3ON"Deal Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, 12 40 p. ni.Lv. Jacksonville Ar..12 40 p m NOTIONS ","o'< ,..',V ., .
;> 30 p m..........Palatka..........10 4o a m ofJ (. -.'
with the men who advertise. You can giye you bottom prices. 3 30 p mSeville.......... 9 36 a m rpV v V W*. vvV'JWU'
*C1 never lose by it."-BEH.' FRANKLIN. .v v ..&&
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m..DeLand Junction. a m ?
G'Write L &: B.S. M. H.about it. -u. WE WANTYou 4 413 49 p P m..Enterprise......... 7 58am) Mens' Ladies' & Chihlrens'SHOES. vScSz? &&&&f": ;,

l to know that we handle Cement 6 20 p m..Ar Titusville Lv... 5 45 a m ltv "Y. ?, 'l-ytv.v- : Y .' ,
and Plaster Hair. Daily except Sundav. Steamers leave Ti (\ Q t:V ao... ,..."woo":..f .. f,.
tusville daily,except Sunday,for all pointsto '-J / -; / <$ I
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Indian River as far south as Melbourneat ,}' 4W:

I I' ... \ WE: WANTTo 6:00 a in. Steamers leave :Melbourne: .0 t\.\}."' 0' ...". .0. -> .) t:! /.
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t.. 1londn"sVetlOE'sdays; and Fridays at 5:00a ALSOCROCKERY :o> .a" ,
,, .. minds that we e
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j impress upon your south far : ).to t q
m for all points, as as Jupiter, "o t oty., 1eeS
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represent connecting then with stage for Juno and all '
GLASSWARE 0iI' -o
c. : ..3T
-'ltan.dealer has the TV.L.Douela.t { ;t- ..
50050 without name and',price stamped oi Thompson & Edward*, landings on Lake Worth. .... "' A..td' ...
the bottom, put him down as a fraud.r. << of Chicago, Halifax River Express.No. r-. <).<) Jroo. '- ......
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The largest manufacturers of Fertil- 27 No. 78 HARDWAREAND .( ,j:.;.-0"1t:tI6 >...."'..<<..,: 4'Y.
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12 40 p in-.Lv Jacksonville An.12 40 p m ,,....- .. :
and keep constantly .-
izers in the west, ,
2 20 p 01.....\r Palatka Lv.10 45 a m 4ccy.if !
". 'on hand the following brands of their 2 50 p m..Lv Palatka Ar..... 9 35;: p In c vSo' ..y '

Goods: 6 00pm..........Ormond.......... 6 25 pm

; World of Good, for Orange Trees. 6 Daily 2i> p m..Ar except Sunday.Davtona Lv..... 6 00 a m Ship Chandlery Goods. j. MOA.T .T ,TSTER: ,,

f: r. J\ .; World of Good, for Truckers. Tickets on sale at.City Ticket Office, No. EAU GALLIC,

ts Pure, fine Ground Bone. 8? West Bay street and, at Union depot, Is prepared to Sink ARTESIAN
Y These will be the main features of m
Potash. K Jacksonville.J. y WELLS at place between Geonriana
Bone and any
Blood
s; r.. F A. LAUNEED, G. D. ACKERLY, business, but orders sent me for anything and St. Lucie; 75c. per foot to 300ft.
) Chicago Bone :Meal) ..l. in store in Titus-
l Supt. Gen. Pass. Agt. II kept any Will contract to any depth. .
Dissolved Bone. W. P. LA\VSHE,Ticket Agt.,Titusville.D. ville will be promptly filled.
tf
F. JACK, General Manager.GEO. -
; WE WANT EACOTT & CO.,

E. CHASE. A. & CAPPELL.)
You to know we keep on hand Will buy Fruits, Eggs, Cbickens, TITUSVIIXE, FLA.,
E. CHASE & CO.
Sulphate_ of Potash, GEO. ,
.8HEET.IRONWORKER.8. .
Land Plaster,< Or any Country Broduce my customersor TIN &

W. CanadaH.: W. Ashes, SHIP CHANDLERY, friends may bringto

,, L. DOUGLASFOR Tobacco'Stems and market.I GUTTERING, ROOFING-; .

$3 SHOE Cotton Seed J eat HARDWARE, And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
CENTLEMEN.hest ask for a share of the public patronage -

.... GENUINE In the world.JlAND-HK\VED Examine his silos.ko0IIA WE WANT Patent Lois, Wire Rope RJOT, and come as supplicant, not a GALVANIZED WORK,.

4D-SEWED WELT SHOE.ti0 'I I die tator, asking for your favors. And Repairing of all kinds
I Uo JtXTItA PoLICE VALUE AND FARIElti'CALF 110.11 SHOE.I. You to Give Us a Trial on 'something.WE FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS. If courteous treatment,good

._.t5 siiO1i. and low is
WORKINGMAN'S goods figures NOTICE.
-4.'a and .1.15 BOYS8CHOOL SDOES WANTTo Agent for Devoe & Co./s Paints, Tule I
All made to Cocgreu, Button and Lace.' Jjife Preservers Tent & Awning Co., the candidate for All concerned take notice that I will,
W. L. ,merit,your patronage by fair and Patent Anchors. public favor, on or about the 1st day of February,
DOUGLAS and we mean business. then I'melected. 1890 make to the Honorable
honest dealings, I application .-
S3 SHOE LAD RES. TRY US.Respectfully. BOAT GEAR'OF ALL KINDS the Pardoning card.of. the State of

t t: Xaterlal. neat Style. Best Fitting.r. :Correspondence Solicited. Telephone 4 Agent for Chattanooga P1o' .Co. I Florida for pardon of the crime of a--
br your deal"" wHte = murder of which I
ro.y.MASS :o- 266. sault with intent to
t n.L DOVOLASBBOCE
Chilled Plows and
V Sugar 'convicted at the fall term, of the.
FOR SALE BY J Nosl .88 $ 302 :JBay; St., ',jO'.n. ." ," Cane Mills. i was Circuit Court in the year A. D..1883, io !

0. HECTOR JACKSONVILLE FLA. and, for Bretard. county Florida. -

Melbourne, Fla-, : J.; S. WATSON & CO, SO-ljr.

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'8. THEF.LORIDASTAR) THURSDAY, JAN.: 9, 1890.


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.- County Commissioners' DleetIngr. uses, etc., shall be prohibited, etc.,'* is A. PEOSCHEE,

hereby repealed and rescinded. Passed TTTUSYILLE, FLOKUJJL THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAE
with one dissenting, C. Chaffee.
Regular meeting of the Board of 4. On'motion it is ordered that C, E. Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden

County Commissioners, Jan. 6th, 1890, Scott be allowed the west room on the Coffins Cases and Caskets IS HEADQUARTERS FOR

for Brevard county, Fla. Members pres-: second floor for a commercial school at a ,
rental of $6 per month, payable in advance Funerals attended if desired. All orders
Morrow chairman P. A.
ent, Robert ; to the county treasurer, S.H. Ray, promptly executed and at reasonable rates.
McMillan, Jno. M. Sanders A. J. Car- and that the use of the said room shallin Embalming done. HOLIDAY

?ter and 0. E. Chaffee, with A. A. Stew- no way or'manner, or at any time, Interfere GOODS

4art: clerk J. E. Bowman sheriff and J. T. with the use of said room by any NAUMA.N'SNEWSPAPER :
court or jury. ,
ganders solicitor.
5. On motion the following bills were SUBSdUPTION AGENCY
Minutes of last meeting read and ap audited and ordered paid from the gen .
AGESCY.
THE PIONEER
proved. eral fund: CLOTHING &
1. Upon hearing the petition read of R W. Hall, $50; D. L. Futch, 1.25; J. For terms and sample copies address SHOES.

A. Richards, 1.25V.. J.McMillan, 1.25; CHAS.H. NAUMAN,
it is hereby
Mrs. Margaret Owens, widow, T. J.DeSteuben,11.25. Titusville P. 0., Brevard county, Fla.
ordered that lot 7 of block 8 of the
Board adjourned to first Monday in
5W Perforated Wooden Chair
n 3-3ly
tow of Titusville,. assessed at $100, be March. 1890. s n -0-.-' Bottomsfor I
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stricken from the tax roll for 1889, and A. A. STEWABT, Clerk.J. ::) == 0 1O cents.

that the said lot be released from the P. BLAKE, D. C. t ;5= 2> Qs--".0 *

lien of the tax assessed against the same cK.: 5 ""* = P P 2 J. P TUEt.NER., Proprl.e"tor.: 1
Eau Gallic. .Zr.p
pn Q .
for the current year. and needed.Mr. __ = o C7 : 0; ,
A few showers lately more 2 5 00 4
bills audited -* !
2. The following were figoa2.: SS.2Iw
P. A. McMillan has been in Titus. o c.c -. GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. H. ROLLER
and ordered paid from the general fund : ? 511sm is: ? Q
ville for a few days. Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. Notary puMjG j

Dixon & Gray................ ........$ 1 15 t::; | 4 frr-S1 iii :Robbins Graham cto .
:Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Walton had n : :: : :: IEi.olllxi
a pleasant : e
A. J. Carter.........................- 23 00 Sr ? BS.S per '
Charity Padgett.....................- 16 00 call from Professor Peck and party, S: cI2 S-Sg f1 REAL ESTATE DEALERS, I
in the 3Sffi :
of launch Livinier :
Mary E. Fetch....................... 8 00 Cocoa naphtha : ; v e.1 ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD & EN'II.LNGED. .
Rachel Bevels. ......................_ 12 00 in charge of Capt. Underwood and his 1 4 fi ?rl UIQ : j
chief officer Fred. : Members of Brevard Abstract of Title
Mary Morgan.......................- 16 00 Co.,
E. Bailey...........-.............:...- 4 00 Messrs. Hodgson Bros. are working :_=: ? SIS !.!( .. SC P. O. Box, 23O,

A. J. HendeMn....................... 16 00 like Trojan's on their little store. They a ... :*3 "" :
L. A. Eanfala.........................- 4 00 anticipate opening early this spring, and Sg.p: S: 5S :..!. TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLORIDA.I

P.A. McMillan ....................... 12 00 say there is more money in it than in IB '< Si- <2ex --;o 0'" :=- H ..> .

C. E. Chafiee ...... ................. 132 00 vegetable raising. : r-J We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agent for a large lla of

A. Froscher..................... .....- 10 00 John Houston is in for 11 I ef: g5 |ls:: :r- M carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County

E. H. Rice.............................. 5 00 Capt. going a rtsl0 RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Pto-
R. Morrow.............................. 18 60 big crop of beans and tomatoes this sea- ilQ5'g53"1': perty on Indian River.

S. H. Bay.................:............ 10 00 son. With the fine flow of artesian wa- ( WSlJ Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
Hennie Brown......................- 20 90 ter he has on his place he ought to havea |i :C:z>: l |; : and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers vile

8S. H.Ray.- 31 85 big success. :: may favor us with their patronage.No .

A. A. Stewart.-......................... 54 20 Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and son, isff>> fli g Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.

Jc M.Sanders.......................... 40 00 : Claude, are at home again, after their cI2 "'' -.=' Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of )ow. I

J. T. Sanders........................... 136 76 week's visit to our county town. They !.P:.! O= JIll s -2* 1MB ;2 :?sCQ priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.

J. E. Bowman.......................... 156 80 made it pleasant for the children here by .-.. P= ... no S *

t5. F. Grajfc:......*. ................._. 6 00 presenting each with a New Year's gift. .,,- ,Q t"I 5 S"gg s; 5 GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary

J. P. Blake........:..:...........;....... 2 00 :-: :tfllI'l 1
The Board for recess until Capt. Bennett is busy beautifying his i-j3 Bre-varc1. -&1 traot of:: Title Oo.,
adjourned r._
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ground around his residence; also pre =
A. D. 1889.
-: Incorporated
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p. m. : ?
paring to receive a consignment of F C =r.
ornamental -
Board convened at 3 m. Present, R. -. -2 -c.
p. shade trees and plants. By the 0 CAPITAL STOCK, $-OOO" ; FULLY PAID ; NONASSESSABLE.
:Morrow chairman. P. A. McMillan, C. -::
E.Chaffee with A. A. Stewart clerk, J. appearance of his fruit and vegetable =-. o-. Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each id-
G y
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E. Bowman sheriff and J. T. Sanders, gardens he intends keeping his table well m'o ...r. dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, vix,$3X0
solicitor. suplied this winter.pThe for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.

3. The Board proceeded to select 300 Treutler Hotel has been kept MADE WITH BOILING WATER Taxes Paid for Xon-Residents.

names from the registration book to makea busy since their opening ball. The guests 'E pS'S I6r For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry sal

jury list for 1890. seem to enjoy the fresh butter, cream, P annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
4. On motion it is ordered that the and eggs from the hotel farm. Some of Sale. 12

quarterly report of the county treasurerbe the guests remarked that it made their GRATEFULCOMFORTING.Cocoa. Box 25O, Titusville, Fla.
received and approved. eyes glisten to see the strawberries, or- a

Scrip to the amount of $732.29 of the anges, bananas, tomatoes, salads, etc., on
general fund and $92.00 of the road fund the table. All that is needed at this hotelis

was turned over to the Board, and a good appetite which old Father MADE WITH BOILING WATER. :Iaadiri:: : River Htel,

Messrs. A. J. Carter and C. E. Chaffee Neptune seems to bestow with vigor bya

were appointed a committee to burn it. blast from his trumpet. JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO.

Committee returned, reported the scrip _--
___ --- = Hotel is new; Furniture
burned and was discharged. NOTICE.The Dealers in? _- is new. Capacity, 150
Board thereupon adjourned until 9 a.
Guests.
Baptist Church will continue to Monuments,
m. to-morrow. == -- = ..,.== Table supplied with Oj-
hold their services
every Sunday morn ;:.
board convened pursuant to adjourn- Headstone, .!!' Fish Duck
------- Yeas
Present R. Morrow chairman ing and evening regularly at 11 a. m. and ,!= -=-r.=-- ._ = stern ,
ment. ,
; 7 p. m., respectively, in the Court House |lron Fencing, = son Oranges, Pineapples,
J. M. Sander P. A. McMillan, A. J. _
4t or"= = Bananas etc.SaltandSnlphnr.
until further notice. The public are respectfully ===" -o -
Lawn Furniture
Carter, a E. Chaffee with A. A. Stewart t' : Baths
invited. to attend and all -=
,
clerk J. E. Bowman sheriff and J. T. ti
Marble, Free to Guests.
strangers are invited and will be cordially
Sanders solicitor.L welcomed. Subjects for next Sabbath 'i Granite, Slate, ,/'_ w,, Sail, Row and Steamboats
On'motion the following bills were "a.
connected with,tie
and will be
morning night the"First and t-
from the
audited and ordered paid
gen- Onyx. Hotel
Second Resurrections" and the "Soul's .
'"-41
eral fund for election: Best of Hunting aDd
Immortality. E. H. SCOTT. e Building Stone,
Courtney-M. S. Sams, $1.25; J. R. f Fishing. Hunters Pop
Wire Fencing, ? f ,
2.75V.. R. Sams 125 T. H.
Reagan, ; and Guns
Wanted white on application.
a or lightcoloredlady r -
Sanders 1.25.Haulo"erHenry. :; s.e.zaLa Slate Mantel,
at once, as housekeeper for a single tcc3 i Rates: 12 to 13 per duo
Watton, 2.25 T. R. Iron
a ; gentleman. Address M. E. Gardner Mantels.Grates. I i Special rates week
per
,
Crook 1.25 Jas. Dardis 1.25 W. H. M.
; ; Eau Gallie, Fla. flN or month.
N. Fairbank, 1.2:>.
r Malabar-R. C. Creech, 1.25 ; C. W.
Bolton, 1.25 W'. P. Arnold 1.25 E. s= 0 t--4"-" M 'O! is A \t TITUSVILLE: :
S ; ; ... s.=.. ... I,.. FLOEl-rDA.; .
Puedillus, 1.25. -.. c c.. O-4 :; 00 -.... Situated on the Banks of the far-famed Indian River.
Georgiana-J. H. White, 1.25; F. W. /g IJI Oi .......- r<:
2.S : The Chief Office of U. S.
; t."II Signal Service U in th Indian Hirer HoteLF.
Munson, 4.25; J. H. Owens, 1.25; G. T. =!5' :: Q) > t=-C w
Grimes, 1.25. t: C"'s a z 'g MS B. SACKETT, Proprietor.
Sebastian-Paul Kroegel, 1.25; H. B. C S" :::I C 0 "O-4" I .1 ,
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; 2
Q) CD :0
Howard, 1.25; W. O. Jacobs, 1.25. :; S3 =: _
= -
Titusville-R H. Rice, 1.25; M. Grover :.... ... ::; = And all kind oiTiliu'. Hearths, Wire Mats,and E. L. JBB.A.DYGroceries
1.25; J. F. Renaker, 1.25; J. P. -. IJI.:r...,..;. =' o In fact anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind of ,

Blake 1.25. 0 Gr 53 O :c.::.... : e Stone.Send f.\r Catalog*. at the same time Btitine the Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
Narrows-J.T. Gray, 1.25; M.C.Mohr, c:. !: :: > 2 style of gouds yuu an in geed v!. as we have Uider- ,
9.25; W. L.Keifer,1.25; H. Winter,1.25. B "'c' s < M bushes ent Catalogues. in the different branches of our 26 ,
Eau Gallle-J. R. Carter, 1.25; W. W. :::I t."II: ETC.I .
c Bil 35 Laura Street Jacksonville Fla.
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Snell 5.25 R. J. Mathers 1.25Y.. ::-4e"
; 0 b := Du'-' Qe call the attention of the Peqple of Indian River to my Stock of Staple aDd
1.25. : g Fancy .
LaGrange-F. A. Chappel, 1.55; L. J. 0 0 -. or. 0 0 t'4
Carlile, 1.25; W. P. Day, 1.25; G. B. =' C:= :.. = -6-4 t'4'IJ THE BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf
om nc .
Gardner 1.25. =- :: ... > ,
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.. :::Ie::: "i Zgo
t ..Melbourne-C. J. Hector, 1.25; A. S. ; g. nRO. t.z:2: ryA:: FOR THE MONEY! all kinds. Also my Stock of
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Fee, 1.25; D. W. McQuaig, 5.25;; E. C.Thomas ::: = t.. ... Grain Bran Food
.. Hay Cotton Seed
or. s: = -I"""'" 0 Meal Ground & Beat
1.25.CanaveralC.. o 2 =. 3 xflfi ,
P. Honeywell, 1.25 J. = ..f 0.HH.. ci t U1 CD ""ONL Y. $20.1!!!!
; ,---0 o : c: I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above lane of
H. 1.25 F. Klein
125.
Hogan, ; r- : t'4rn Goods. I
buy and will sell close. I
0< Oi closet invite your correspondence and solicit
Eden T, E. Richards, 13.25; W. F. ; O: _.
your patronage. Very truly
Richards, 1.25; J. H. LeTournau. 1.25. "::1:!. )Q a : ,; ;;;; ,
The sum of $8.00 each was paid to the g H i V :8'or E. L. BRADY.
following registration officers: 2 *3j -OB. 5 3S .W. a 14$ Gold

G. B. Gardner, J. P. Blake, G. N. 03 3 L7 3 MO "."'---L Filled, Open Face
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Hatch, D. A. Dickson, Henry Olmstead; H ooj F *o-- 55s 0 s: n- 8tem Wind, Screw Dry Goods Carpets Mattings

C. A. Arnold, S. Hitching, Jas. Bell, T. e = 3.... t! t Back and front case ,
E. Richards, H. L. Parker, L. B Dawson rJ; ti: 0* .o.. h*< ,

F. W. Munson, T. H. Sanders, Henry < lg -M s m ......,. 'II vita anELGIN Y

Wilson, J. D. Vann, J. M. Swain, W. r- c.n 0 I-H g O OR WALTHAM OIL CLOTH.
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J.Nesbitt
Total $136.
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Bills audited and ordered from =: movement.
paid
the road fund: M 1 o ... y Cue warranted by Kohn Furchgott & Co.

C. C. Houston, $40; F. A. Houston, g co- E3 maker for>1 yean.WATCHES ,
190; L. D. D. Mets, 35; A. J. Carter. 25;
W. J. Ic lillan.l00; A. a Dixon,45;'A. NOTICE.To I 1I1 sent J JACKSONVILLE
J. Carter 25; T. J. DeSteuben, 37; A. to any point of the
Bell, 30; F. H. Boye,8; J. A. Richards, the citizens and visitors of Titus HuH oonntiywhere there Offer at all times Great Inducements it the aboTe-mectioned Articles-

40; A. J. Carter, 25; D. R Johnson,7.88; ville: I am prepared to do all kind of ruin Lan Express Office

J. A. Richards, 25; A. J. Carter, 25; A. laundry work, and am the only laundressin : C. O. D.subject to Window Shades, Lace Curtains Turcomans Smyrna Bags
Z. Dixon, 10; A. S. Dixon, 4.50; A. Z. the town. Work done at reasonablerates ,

Dixon. 23.60,. John Houston, 22; John and satisfaction guaranteed. k inspectioa before and Mats.

Houston, 40; F. H. Boye, 25; MBS. L H. GOREY, purchasing.

From general fund: E. B. Wager. $29 38-1 mo. Titusville, Fla. order 1* accompanied They carry a large Stock, and and are able to compete with price Bortb la

Guy Metcalf, 25; R N. Andrews 25. by SOe. to pay visiting Jacksonville do not fail to call on them or write to them if you are is
On motion of P. A. McMillan it was NOTICE.All KzpreM charges.iiiiiiiiiii. want of goods. .

ordered that from and after this date the concerned will take notice that, six KOHN FURCHGOTT
clerk of this Board furnish each newspaper months after date, I will present my final & CO.,

of this county with a certified copy account to Honorable Minor S. Jones, vs.ab..a ad.....5.q wet Bay and Pine Streets Jacksonville.SttraWberry 33
of the proceeding! of this Board as a mat- County Judge of Brevard county, Florida, MI traat.err palSle. ,

ter of news, to be published without and pray for an order dismissing me from i TOrfi for an IIhtsr aced Catalogs plants "-'-
charge and the said clerk be and he is the further execution on the estate of JohnE. I j.n l5 eptomborHunan's

....... hereby allowed the sum of t3 for such Moore, late of said county, deceased.S. .WM. H. Improved and Hof man's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order .

three copies of each meeting.On H. KAY, Administrator. SPECK JEWELER Several Brands of FERTILIZERS *.
ntst
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and
Titusville Jan. 38-6mo. specially adapted to our IOU
6,1890.
motion it was ordered that the or- Cor.Lemon and INDIAN RIvER BAST, manufactured by an old firm the Davidge Fwtfliar 0.
Frbat
der No. 3, passed Aug. 5th, 1889. to-wit: Assets'profit per month: wm prove SUL* Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed MeaL. etcw and lUprf ***
"On motion it U ordered that the use of $525 1&or pay forfeit. 'New portrait Jnt I PAULT&, FL08IDd. I Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for ea1ao8
oat A 3.50 Sample sent rats to ilL
the Court House for religious and other : [ .. .. JOHN B. BEACH
i W.1LChitbMterUozl.2s Bond. 1'-,JLT.j *i- Indian BiTer Nurseries Melbourne, FJa.4 .
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