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 Material Information
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 16, 1890
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34175599
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1890. NO. 39. ,

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LOCAL LACONICS. -Dr. Screven presents to our readers a -Mrs. H. R. Olmstead, of Eau Gallie, -The Isabel, Capt. W. H. Tancre, -3,000 small, live alligators wanted ?

_Mr. E. C. Thomas, of Melbourne, new advertisement.Rev. was in town this week. started for Cocoa yesterday morning. for which I will pay 15 cents each. Wflr
take them in lots of 20 and
.1$in town last Friday. William Shant,of Atlanta, Ga., -Mr. B. C. Dupont, of New York, arrived -Save your furs and skins and send til the 28th inst. G. Nolle.upwards. un-

J. S. Watson & Co:,have just received was in town Monday. in town Thursday last. them to J. Watson & Co. They pay The residence of Mrs. Robbins was.

a fine lot seed potatoes.Mr. To-morrow is Arbor Day. It should "Criterion," the best 5 cent cigar in the highest cash price. the scene of one of those enjoyable little

F. A. Bailey, of Palatka, is stop- be observed by all our schools. the markel Try it once. At Geo. B. -Remember, ladies that there is a social parties-which the above lady has-
the
knack of
happy gathering: together-
jX at this place a few days. -Mrs. Chas. Brock, wife of the genial Rumph's. full line of corsets at Goldsmith Bros!, on Monday: evening, when we noted the

.-Finest-tea in town at Ray's. Come captain of the steamerSt. Lucie, has been -Mrs. J. M. Phillips and Miss Phil which are sold at very low figures.A following as being present: Mrs. M. P.

\ get a sample. We make a specialtyof spending a few days in town. lips, of Newark, N. J., were in town the change in the railroad schedule, Robbins, Rev. Sidney and Mrs.S8lbur,. .
tf Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins DY. and
.. -Mrs. J.-no. Gascoine and child, Miss end of last week. it is reported, will go into effect, com- Mrs. W. S. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. .

-Yr. and Mrs. Goo. W. Morten, of Gertie Gascoine and Miss Alice Brown Those white Marseilles counterpanesat mencing Sunday, the 19th inst. Wager, Mrs. and Miss Kate Mussenden,

Heath, spent few days in Titusville the of Chicago, have been spending a few Goldsmith Bros. are not only cheap | -Miss Balfour is slowly but surely recovering of Bath, Maine; Mrs. Josie Wager Miss
Kate Paddison Miss Louise Jones, Miss
week. days in town.f but handsome. from the attack of remittent fever
and present very Dubose
past :, Suwanee.Tenn. : and Messrs. J;
_Mr. Bert Clarkson, of Jacksonville -Messrs.: John G. Hill, J. L. Bradlee -Money Money I Money 111 to 'which was mentioned in the STAR W. Huntington, Chas. H. Walton, Geo.

-rjsin town Monday and started down and E. S. Hammond of New York, arrived loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & last week. Paddison, etc. The proceedings opened
with the Bellamv's
of
here Saturday and left next Graham Titusville Fla. -Goldsmith Bros received this reading book en-
d y Tuesday morning. morn- day a titled, "Looking Backward,"' which was'

-1. S. Watson & Co. have on handtfocarsof ing for Rockledge.Dr. -1,000 otter hides, 3.000 coon skins, fine supply of collars of the celebrated followed by vocal and instrumentalmusic.

vegetable crates. Don't fail B. Hendry, Dr. M. G. Miller and and all deer and alligator hides wantedat Lyon brand. Gentlemen find there every This pleasantly whiled the time

40 gee them before you buy. C. B. Moore, of Philadelphia,Pa., arrived G. Nolle's, opposite Ray's store. style and of the best linen. away disperse until to 10:30 their, when homes the, well guests pleased beganto

-The daily mail from Melbourne to here on Friday last, and left for Lake Make known your wants to J. S. -There is some talk of getting up an with the amusement provided, and anxi- ..

i commenced yesterday, the Cleo Worth next morning. I Watson & Co. Theirs are 19, and yours amateur dramatic club to enliven our ously looking forward to the next meeting -
Jupiter of the club which will be
performing the service. -Mrs. A. M. Wesson, of Palatka, has may outnumber theirs, and they can young people in drilling for an entertainment reading ,
and White one evening this week, to be appointedby
-lIr. and :Mrs. C. Livingston, of New been in town for a few days. She left, help you. for the stage.M. the president Mrs. M. P. Robbins:*

the arrivals Sunday Tuesday, for Eau Gallie, on a visit to -Early Vermonts, Early Rose, BUB- B. Bunnell, brick-layer and a '"6
were among .
York !
her daughter Mrs. Trafford.Mr. plasterer is take Weary of Credit :
They started down the river next BANKS, Beauty of Hebron, Sow FLAKE prepared to contracts
bight H. C. Budge, of Ohio, arrived Potatoes-choice seed. Address)at once anywhere on Indian River. Address Geo. B. Rumph is going out of the .

ty here yesterday: and will )* associated GEO. B.1 UMPH. all communications to Titusville, Flori credit _business and'offers to cash buyers.
-1Irs. E. R. Greene, Mrs- Davis, Mr. only:
and Mr. Muerch, a party i with his brother, Mr. F. T. Budge, of -.Conductor J. C. T. Hill, is able to da. 29 12$ Ibs. granulated sugar...$1 00

John L. Day this place, in the hardware business take charge of his train again since his -Our readers who are interested in 14 lbs. brown sugar...............?..... 1 00
Chicagoans, registered .at the Grand. and truck shouldgo 15 Ibs. choice rice.....:...:...:.C... .1,00 ,
-Mr. G. F. Duren ii attack of rheumatism. His first orange groves farming
recent
View Monday.Mr. making a few 25 Ibs. best flour ._:..'..i...... 100
is to do improvements on his dwelling, which trip was made Monday evening. and see Mr. M. Goldsmith, who will 50 lbs. meal or grits.1: 1 00
G. Weiser now prepared
will give more room on the second floor -Both our hotels were crowded to be pleased to post them on machineryfor 12 Iba. lard. 1 00
all kinds of boot and shoe repairing at irrigation. 12 Ibs. D. S. .. _. 1 00
and improve the of his resi !
their .
his stand on Main street, just west of appearance utmost capacity Tuesday evening.The 1 1 Ibs. XXX soda crackers....:......*1 00
dence. Indian River Hotel looked fine with -The Times-Union of yesterday states
JJnmpb's store. Best patent flour, per bbl..5.75 to 5 90
Mr. J. P. Turner started for New York the lights showing from every window that Brevard county came to the front Picnic hams......... 08
-There is no need of sending your fur Monday morning to purchase a large facing the avenue. Tuesday with a magnificent display of Best sugar-cured.hams.. 13J
from home and take the chances Best butter.. 30
my stock of goods for the "Bazaar." He expects of readers would like to pineapples, and Captain Paddison was creamery *.
-Many our
them when G. Nolle, Titusville, Butterine (for cooking), medium.... 20
pays
he the Indian
on
to be absent about ten days or two have their cemetery lots enclosed with quietly[ rejoicing as saw best....... 25

such good prices for them. weeks. handsome iron railings. Mr. M. Gold liver country showing up so finely.J. 8 oz. ducking, per yard.........'.. 10}

-The Signal Service bureau predicted A. Durst of Crescent City, the 250 Yacht drill.. 10$
,I. -Mr. L. M. Travers, of Trenton, N. smith will readily show them how to do ,
2! lb. roast beef doz.. 2 10
for South Florida Tuesday per
a cold wave i' J., was a guest of the Indian River Hotel this in the best and cheapest manner. pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida 2 lb. corn beef per doz.................. 2 10-

but, again, it failed arrive. The weath. Thursday evening last. He started the The recent Florida edition of Forest is now operatingat Lake Worth, Fla., I My stock is too large and varied to,.
er prophets are against us. where all communications may be addressed enumerate prices throughout. Reductions -
following day for Lake Worth and other
I, and Stream gives a full description and all along the line closer prices
and oo
-Mr. John W. BUue, of New York, down the river. information received.
points cuts of the prominent fishes of our State.It large lots. 88-lt. .
arrived here Monday and is stopping at
-Dr. W. C. Barrett, wife and child, is a number well worth filing for reference -A new top buggy for sale ; hand 1.

the Grand View hotel. He comes to Indi&o friends of Dr. Hutchinson,arrived at the after perusal. somely finished ; factory pace\ $115. Among the Doctors. .

River to benefit his health.Mr. Indian River Hotel, from Philadelphia, Work on the brick walls of the new Will sell it for $90, with a new set of The act regulating the practice of medicine -

Willie Hall will have charge of Friday evening last, and will, probably buggy harness included. A bargain. in this State pa.by the last legislature -
,
bank building will be commenced next
has created breeze .
the tax-tools for his father at this place Can be seen at place-Harry Roberts, quite a among
remain two or three months. my
week. Mr. Decker is waiting for the that fraternity. In Alabama and Georgia ,.
Mr. absence down the river. Mims Fla. 37
daring Hall's -Last Friday Mr. J. B. Briggs and iron grating to be inserted in the walls bills practically excluding homceopithists -
He can. -be.found at Mr. Jas. Sander'slit Among the arrivals Tuesday were and eclectics'were introduced. In "#
.. family, of Kentucky, and some friends, for ventilators near the ground.Our the bill amended .
Georgia was so as to
ci&ce, Mr. aud Mrs. J. Thompson of Minneapolis -
,
making a of twelve arrived here
party job department has now the prevent any discrimination among the
-Mr. S. JL Ray has improved the ap and spent Saturday and Sunday in work of publishing the proceedings of Minn., accompanied by Mrs. C. I. different schools; then it was withdrawn.In .

pearance of his store inside by removingthe town, going down the river on the St. the .recent Baptist Association held at Sautell and :Mr. C. L. Hanson, also of [ Alabama the bill became a law and

stairway and placing it on the north Lucie Monday morning.Mrs. Minnesota. They will spend the seasonat excluded the above mentioned schools.
this place. The edition of 300 copies arrested
ride of the him Hardeeville, where Mr. Thompson is Homoeopathic physicians were
giving more
building L. C. Oliver has a novelty in will be completed within a few days. for: continuing to practice their profess.
room In the store. interested in real estate. ions. carried the to the
the way of roses, one of her many varie- -Jlr. and Mrs. Jno. E. M. Hodgsonand They case Superior
-Nothing has been heard lately con which is whenin -Rev. J. N. Jones has been appointed court of the State, which decided
ties having a rose green child, of Eau Gallie, came up on that it was unconstitutional-at least
the St. Sebastian.At preacher in charge of the Titusville Mis-
cerning new steamer bud and color when In
same opened.
steamer St. Lucie last night. Mr. Hodgson permitting all physicians having a di.
last reports she was near the Delaware the bud it is so nearly the color of the left for the north, on the noon train sion by the annual M. E. Conference. ploma from a regular chartered medical

breakwater waiting for a smoother sea foliage that it is hard to distinguish it. to goods for his store. He will hold services next Sabbath morn College may have the same_ recorded: in
to-day purchase
to start down the coast. ing at 11 o'clock in the new church. The the office of the Judge of Probate in the
-Mr. A. L. Hatch returned from the -The many friends of Lieut Puresell, public are invited. Rev. James Boltonis county where he expects to practice, and
-Mr. W. H. Tanc/e, of Ankona ar- opening of the Sub-Tropical last Saturday may practice medicine without violatingany
in this section will be pleased to learn returned to Indian River :Mission and
tired here the latter part of last week and speaks highly of Brevard's ex law that will subject him to prose
that he is again in Florida. He will Mr. Temple has been changed to Duval cution." .
with his fine sloop the Isabel. Mr. Tancre disinterested who
hibit.
Many
persons spend a short time at St. Augustine, and circuit. In our State the bill, as it came from
is ready to charter his yacht just for were present ou opening day say Bre- the the House, involved the extermination
will visit Indian River ere he leaves .
in afternoon or for an extended cruise vard's exhibit is the best county display -We had the pleasure of a call, on of the "medical dksenters." It was. .

down the river. made so far. State. Thursday afternoon last, from Mr. and amended in the Senate'by Bfelby and Har-. 4

-Dr. Screven moves into his new Mrs. John,Goode- of Hyde Park, Chica dee to the extent of creating a hom op-
will be to the
-We
-The tax-books of our town were pleased see jolly
house Julia street this week. The well- athic board of examiners' to meet once ayear
on go-who were looking remarkably
teptopen every weekday from now until countenance of Capt. John Fitzgerald at in Jacksonville, and adding a paragraph
the 15lh of next month by the tax collector the Indian River Hotel on Tuesday even new buildings of Messrs. Burns! and on their way to their winter homeat to section 8, "that no preferenceshall ,
Screven improve the appearance of the Melbourne ; Mrs. Hood (nee Miss Minnie be given to school of medi
the Whiteto any
Mr. John flyers, at the room occupied ing. He came up on steamer
his wife and family off to Jacksonville block on which they are situated. Heretofore Brelsford), who arrived from Wichita cine." Attorney General Lamar decided
between
by the Town Council, see
has looked rather vacant.I that this restricting clause only appliedto .
this spot Kansas, to spend the winter with her
the hours of two 4and. four in the after. on yesterday morning's train, and this section and not to the act in iU i
C. F. Fischer returned on Palm Beach and whose
-Captain brothers at
Boon Walk and up. he then returned to his post at Jupiter. pre- entirety. The eclectic school was con et '
;: A' up pay :Monday evening from his trip down the sence there, after her recent marriage, quently in the hands of the Philistines.
T -cabin cat boat for sale, in good order -Captain Buie and Messrs. Herman river with the members of the LexingtonKy. will be duly appreciated ; and also from The board of medical examiners for

eighteen feet long, and seven foot Fischer and Carl Curtiss left here on the seventh judicial district, meeting at
( .) Turf Club whose names were men- Mr. McFaul, of Toronto Canada, who is 1
bln. Safe and dry; Ready for immediate Saturday morning for Wilmington, Del., tioned in our columns last week. They on a visit to.friends, Mr. and Mrs. Nes- Sanford refused to recognize diplomas ,
the steamer St. Augustineto from eclectic colleges and sot under La-
delivery at Eau Gallie or Titus- to bring new
l returned home on Tuesday's noon train, bitt, at Melbourne. mar's decision, we were practically left tin
'tflle. Entirely fluttab10'lfor: fishing or Titusville. We are informed" that and report having had a most enjoyable -Tuesday about noon the sloop Atala the "soup." We were informed thatif

hunting trip. Terms reasonable Apply Capt. Buie will be in command, Carl' outing in the Captain's yacht.Mr. I arrived and anchored off our town. The we submitted to an examination such ?
at once to John Aspinwall. Eau Curtiss mate, and Herman. Fischer pilot.A as allopathic physicians who are now en-
J. A. Durst, who has been busy
craft attracted the attention of
new manyof the not to
gaged in practice are required
Grille 87 special car arrived here Monday; trying to get an artesian flow of water at our boatmen, and upon inquiry we do, and pay a fee of ten dollars we might ;

-Mr. J. P. Turner has associated with morning, having on board Mr. Larnerd, Lake Worth for some months past, came found she is owned by Mr. Albert Dar- if passing O. K., receive certificate. ;

himself in business Mr. Chas. H. Nau- Mr. Parker and about seven more officials up on the steamer White on Tuesday. ling, of New York, which port she left Allopathic physicians need not be ex. "
man of J. oI 'the railroad, who are making a waitin amined or pay any fee, receiving their Y
Clifton the firm name being He will take a short vacation while on the 24th of November bound for this
: certificate mailing a diploma with ,
P. Turner & Co. Mr. Turner has se- tour of the Tropical Trunk Line for an for supplies. He reports the Lake river and the southeast coast. The Atalais out money upon and without price or trouble i

l 'ttttd an admirable partner Mr. Nau- annual inspection of the condition ol the Worth territory the most difficult he has 44 feet long, beam 13} feet, with counter Each school o( medicine should have a !

;' man being well known to many of our road. They remained here until early ever encountered for well .driving. He stem, full modeled and carries over separate examining board or have a representative
I two tons of lead ballast under her floor,
such board. The next ;
eitbtens as a man of sterling integrity the next morning.A left, yesterday, on the noon:train, on a making her draw about three feet of legislature upon will be asked to review i.

and good business capacity.Mr. fine Mason &H lin organ passed visit to his friends at Crescent City. water. Captain Lee, of Cape Cod, Mass., action. The homoeopathic board most ,

Chas.}?, Morris,of New York, a through this place this week for the -Mr. A. P. Ball, of Newark, N. J., and crew of two men brought her from graciously recognizes the difference that J

OQekt of note who spends hia Episcopal Church at Courtney. Part payment who has been up and down the river New York, reporting the long trip due the Sanford board ignores and issues the*
some to light winds from the southwest. They essential certificate."Te Deum Laudamut ,
:inters at St.Augustine left the ancient for this instrument was recently and visited also the Halifax to purchasea will wait here to receive orders from Mr. SEBYETC&TITUSVILLE '

city Monday via rail to Daytona, from raised at the "bazaar" held by the ladiesof yacht, deposited a forfeit of $100 a few Darling, who will, it is expected, spend i

; tbence he will paddle the rivers as far that place assisted liberally by the days ago with the Bank, agreeing with! the next three months here or on the Jan. 12, 1890 .

path as Jupiter. Mr. Morris paddled Christmas presents donated by Mr. H. J Mr. Sam Belcher to purchase the sloop] inside gulf coast.for a The pleasure yacht party is neatly of five fitted or six up At a meeting of the Methodist Sunday 1

In dian River in a canoe'some seven years Tiffin, of Montreal. Osceola for $500 if, upon examination, aside from the crew. Her draft is a little School held this afternoon the following

*&when he made a circuit of the Florw -Miss Dubose daughter of Dr. W. P. the boat was found to be in good order. against her as a cruising boat for Indian resolutions were unanimously passed; ,

;. *coast. Dubose, Episcopalian clergyman, at Mel After the examination these two parties River. Reaolred. That the heart-felt thanks of
could not to her condition and 1. the Titusville Methodist Sabbath Schoolbe 4.
-The bourne arrived here on Monday ev n.lng's agree as ,
11" machinery for Messrs. Wetmore To the Public and the same are hereby extended to
11, *Aden's Ice-factory arrived here last train from Suwanee, Tenn. Since it :was left to Messrs. Simonson, Lacy The proprietor of the Indian River Mrs. P. E. Wager, Miss Eva Clapper and

r Jeekand filled three box-cars. They were her absence from Indian River she has and Ray to arbitrate the matter, who decided Hotel, Titusville, Florida, thanks the Mr. for the meritorious courtesy

t/' delayed. in their lumber so been on an extended trip through Texas in fayor of Mr. Belcher. After Indian River Hotel News for the advertisement extended them in the use of their i

\hat the receiving has and other States. Such a favorite a. this Mr. Ball was dissatisfied and will, given his hotel, and hopes the commodious hall for the past five monthsfor
erection of their building probably try to have the arbitration seaside traveling public-will not be misled or school puReIOlMl .
will be welcomed
been
delayed somewhat, also. With them Miss Dubose gladly on illegal groundi Messrs. Jones confound the, ,names of Indian River That a copy of the foregoing
h1nery here and the lumber arriving back by her: many friends at Melbourne & Atkinson, attorneys for Mr. Ball. and< Hotel, at Titusville; with the Hotel Indi- resolution be furnished the STAR with" a

the11ri11 be able to push the enterprise and Eau Gallie. She left for Melbourne j Mr. D. L. Gauldeq for Mr. Sam A. an'River;at Rockledge.F. request that they be published,
&bead. ; i I Tuesday .> Belcher. B. SACKETT. 8, H. BAY SupV \. r

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AUGUSTA DEAD.Demise if pected.all the white Indeed.Grand it looks-very Army posts much here as A SNOWSLIDE\\ the God prayers intends of the my negro ancestors.race, to.work I believe out The Slayer MRS.of SOUTHWORTH Stephen Petta DEAD

would negro question.gO to pieces in consequence of the* herein the south the highest status he Tombs New York.* flu.u u..

has ever attained. When Legislates -
congress NEW YOBX.Jan. 8.-Mra.
311** Bayard Engaged. the black man back to Africa it the of Southworfc.
slayer
WILMINGTON DeL Jan. 9.-The would be Just as wise to legislate the Stephen Pettus,the w*** .l
engagement Occurs
on the West Side of the
of the
Dowager Empress b reported of Miss Ellen Bay white man back to Europe. When one BrookIYJ1ltp

I. of Germany.She ard, youngest daughter of ex-Secretary Sierra NeTad goes the other ought to go, too. of whom ah IoCtu ed
f Bayard, to Count Lewenhaupt, formerlyan -- her havisbet 1'd
attache of the Swedish legation at ,bed In tae
She Follows Her Illustrious Washington.A At Least Seven Lives Known at s.u
Tuesday
Husband, William I, Thousand Dollars for the Monument. : to Have Boon Lost. ARIDLANDSNot Those whower

t ATUDTTA, Ga., Jan. .8.-The Boston I I her beiii u
, Merchants' association in a letter from that aha
the 01 Poor Score Others May Be Buried in the Drift-Pour
.At Ap Nearly -DrlefBlograppleal
President Lane to S. M. Inman, sends &0 be dro >
. Sketch of a Woman $1,000 to the Grady monument fund. Dwellings aad a Catholic Church Demolished Likely to Be Irrigated at a c l 1&&Seeo IDto -

l' Whom. .AH. Germany Loved and Honored This is the largest subscription yet re by the Enormous Weight of Government Expense whenahe l
t. ,
. She Organieed Belief for the ceived. Snow-It Is Feared Another Avalanche, '" her baL 1 Lri.
I' 1I&rtin.
Wounded Daring the Franco-Prussian Greater Than This,U About to Descend the
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As All the Senators ceased'aand nvth
Nearly Op-
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War.BERLC. Into the '
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Martin
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r ?, Jan. 10.-Dowager Empress TOPOLOBOMPO. SIERRA CITY, CaL, Jan. S.-An enormous pose Such Plan, M ma. Southworth'a SOCTHWOBTH. George Martin* '

C .Augusta died at 4:30 p. m. Monday. She Latest Advlce from the Communistic quantity of snow suddenly thundered with rs. her when she died.two blothem '

t had been ill for some time. Colony In Mexico. I I down the mountain side here Fri especially Those from Eastern and Cen The SuLT

: The cause of pie dowager empress' SAN P'JW CISOO, Jan. 10.The latest day, bearing everything before it and tral States-Pension Bill Favorably Re Chetwoodattend e.the Dra.murderess McGeeanj

death was influenza. Sacrament was news fiom the communistic colony at I I causing the death of at least seven per ported-A Severe Blow at the New ing her Illness, which practically cool d
r- administered a short time before death. Topolobompo, in Sinaloa, Mex., is sons. For a day or two past fears had Tnenced upon the day that she
.. 'Empress Augusta, wife of the late brought by C. C. Remley, who joined a j been entertained that a huge mass of Yorkers in Regard to the Location ol the murder. The coroner graBtedaBwl committrf

Emperor William I, mother of the late party from Kansas City last vear. They I I snow, which had accumulated at whatis the World's Fair.WASHINQTOX mit for the removal of the body en the

r .,. Emperor Frederick and grandmother of were induced to join the colony by representations known as Butts' flume might give Jan. 11.-There is very strength of Dr. Chetwood's certificate rf
of the ideal life wi.ich was little of material advantages death which stated that it I'mllted
the present Emneror of Germany, was way should a further fall take place prospect any fw-
to be'enjoyed on Topolobompo bay. 1 out of the a naem : Dean
The weather had, however, remained growing extensive investigation
f failure and
Remley took his family and gen
r r '. sufficient for a two years' stay. supplies He remained I: clear, and people were slowly becoming by the special senate committee eral debility.
i { four reassured. which visited the west and northwest The remains
j months, leaving last No-i were
.). vember and coming up through Sonora Had No Time to Esrape. last summer, and as far as New Mexico taken to W. B.

overland, narrowly escaping from the Just before noon Friday, however, the and Arizona in the southwest, for the Martin's residence
hands of the Yaquis Indians. He is now citizens suddenly heard a subdued rush purpose of ascertaining the needs of 33231-8 Lafayetteavenue.

S established in Tulare county, CaL ing sound as if of a strong wind among those sections of the country in the way Brook
In a long letter describing his experience I trees. On looking up toward Butt'sflume of irrigation. lyn. Mrs. South-
worth formerly
he that the colonists
says : now The testimony taken the committee
number about 110, mostly old men and I they saw their danger,and everybody by resided there with
-Lk' women who have become so embitteredby took to flight Those in the im will make three volumes of 350 pages her brother and
,
d_ .;) their disappointment that they are I mediate track of the landslide however, each of closely printed matter. Two of his wife. The*

J', -..*\ hard to live with. If these people had had not sufficient time to make their escape these volumes are already in the handsof body will be en-|

t means to leave there would not be twen- and of these seven were over the public printer and the third will cased in a metallic -'
; ty remaining at the place, but, having whelmed. go there within a week or ten days, after lined casket
put their money in the general fund The Victims. e two or three more gentlemen are heardon temporarily MUIHJ mrc% 1 j
they can get nothing back. All are paid The the subject. With the last volume buried in Greenwood on Thursday. la I
i for work in time checks, which cannotbe victims are as follows: the committee will submit conclusions the early spring it will be taken to
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cashed, because the directors claim Mrs. Rich, with her little son and and make recommendations.Greatly Louisville and intered in the familr plot I

there are no funds. daughter.Miss In Earnest. Mrs. Martin u entirely prostrated by bet t

Remley says some of the land owned Ryan, of Downieville. Senator Stewart, of Nevada, is chairman daughters death.
by the colony is good, but the colonists 31 is. J. T. Mooney and daughter. of the committee and he and Sen- 1

persist in planting eastern seed, and they :Miss Ethel Langton.The ator Reagan of Texas, are greatly in AGRICULTURAL REPORT. q

have thus regularly lost their crops. The Enormous Force. earnest. They desire that an appropriation Area, Produce and Value of the Principal 1 1
EXPa'DS &UGUlRA..horn regular diet of the colonists is black-eyed The force of the snowslide was so be made for experimental artesian Cereals.

:. m UUL "fane was toe daughter of, and beans most and are corn too bread three to buy time a day, ; great that big trees in its path were wells and basins, to be located on elevated WAsmNoTplf, Jan. 7.-The December
poor any mt'at.1: of arid 1
: portions lands.
'Charles Frederick, Grand Duke of He pronounces most of the :' ; snapped like twigs. Four houses were report of the department of agriculture[
Weimar. She married when she was The Credit Foncier the official mcrushed- flat and the Catholic church was Opposition in the Senate. contains a detailed statement of the estimates {

28 years old/and Prince William was 32. paper organ, as falsehoods, as the colon also reduced to ruins. These gentlemen are frank to say, of the principal cereals by states i
His time and thoughts were occupied has nothing to offer to the new membersbut Death List Mar Be Increased. however, that there is very little, if any, including area, product and value. The
with the arduous duties of a professional hard work and poor food. Besides those whose prospect that an appropriation for this of
names are reported area corn,79,319,631
:>ldier, and he had neither leisure nor purpose can be gotten through the sen acres
inclination to share the literary and ar DOM PEDRO'S MIND WEAKENS given several were caught by the land- ate. They are confronted with very obstinate represents an increase of 2 1-2 per cent
tistic proclivities of his jouthfnl consort. slid and one Chinaman and a little girl opposition from senators in the over the acreage of 1338. The wheat

Both soon fell in separate grooves of life, The Emperor'. Accumulated Troubles are still buried. It is not known whether eastern and central states. It appears acreage, 38,123, &9 acres, is 3 MO percent
without ever neglecting the social duties Beginning to Affect His Reason. I they are dead. Several others were in that nearly all of the senators' who are greater than the aggregate for 196i

,of their station. NEW YORK, Jan. 9.-The New YorkSun jured. Two of the victims were alive not located in' the arid regions oppose The revision of acreage gives a smaller

Their only son the late Emperor prints the following cable special 1 j!j, when dug out of the snow, but diedvery irrigation at government expense. area in Iowa, Nebraska, Oregon and
Frederick was born in 1831 and adaughter from Oporto: There is reason to f ear I soon.. Senator Stewart's Opinion. Washington, and a larger breadth ia
.. the Grand Duchess of Baden, that the mind of the Emperor of Brazil Fears of Another Avalanche. Senator Stewart thinks the best that Kansas and Dakota. Dairying aDd meat-

in 1688. The empress spent moist of her has given way under the great strain j It is feared that another tremendous can be done at present will be to secure production hare for years Been encroaching
time: at Coblentz, and made herself pppoilar upon it. Every one was loud in their an appropriation for the purpose of on wheat growing on the eastern
in the Rhine provinces by associating praise of the cheery philosophy with j I bank j of snow near Butts' flume may making general and final surveys of all side of the great 'spring wheat belt, M 'I
: with men of letters, and dispensingToyal which the aged Dom Pedro had taken : give way. Should it do so still greater the lands belonging to the government former reports have shown. wkU
charity with open hands and affa3de the loss of his throne, and from the day disaster is certain to ensue. where artesian or basin irrigation is be- fluctuations: in breadth of wheat in: Kansas -

: grace. of his arrival until the great stroke of lieved to be'practicable. This is a step in Illinois and other state, occnf rior
# Empress Augusta was but little spoken the death of the empress fell upon him, UNLIKE TH EAST. the right direction, but it amounts to from year to year, an the result of tar r

.d, even in Germany, before her husband no one heard him utter a word of com Very Cold Weather and Heavy scow very little so far as tangible results are able meteorological conditions. Economic
.addressed his famous telegrams to her concerned. considerations, especially change
plaint.The Reported from the West.SACRAMENTO .
from the battlefields of Bohemia and Empress' Death Too :Mnch. in market value also affect peculiarly
France, and until she herself took amore CaL, Jan. The fun Favorable Report on a Pension DHL the distribution of wheat
active part in public life bv organ Deemed When dazed.told of The his officials wife's death he of snow in the Sierra Nevada mountains WASHINGTON, Jan. -11.-The senate The acreage of eats b placed al 27-
stood aboutin
izing the relief for the wounded during along the line of the Central Pacific committee on pensions ordered favorable 462,318 acres, an increase of less than
this period of strife. respectful, sympathetic silence for railroad report upon the following bill "To
bloody minutes Dom Pedro according to reports receive ; re- per cent
some when he
s [The engraving Is from a portrait of looked up again, they noted, had, an ut I here, is unprecedented. There is sixteen peal so much of Section 4693 revised The yield per acre of corn U test
her made on the occasion of the eter vacancy in his stare. He tried to feet on the level at Summit, and twelve statutes as provides that no claim of a nearly twenty-seven bushels, or 1.1
of their golden wedding June rise, tottered: and would have fade I feet at Emigrant Gap. The roadeke has state militia man for pension on accouin bushels less than the product of
11,1879.] but half a dozen held him up. "T i t!I been kept comparatively clear by the of disability from wounds or injuries received 1879, and is the largest rate c

JEFFERSON DAVIS' BIOGRAPHY.e me to her, my wife my Teresa," he said I use of the immense rotary plows of the while in battle with rebels or Indians yield since 1880. The largast rieldj tr.
in a weak, childish way, and then went company. There has been but little interruption temporarily rendering service shall west of the Mississippi, bwa taking first
be
Had Furnished Little of It tint Lethe ft on muttering incoherently. I to travel thus far tab winter valid unless prosecuted to a successful rank in aggregate produced and yieai

Necessary Data. Saturday, when the body of the e z' The recent fall of snow, however, has The issue prior to July 4,1874." per acre--&9,8G6,000 bushels, and 3SU

NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 9.-A report .. empress was taken in state to the Lapa ;|I blocked the road in some parts. Eastern bill from compilation of a dependent pension per aero.
:ited Mrs. Davis, widow of the late Confederate church, Dom Pedro was not among the trams are overdue two days but are es- referred the half-dozen or more provisions The yield per acre of wheat is nearly
the
chieftain mourners. Everybody remarked it, but Ducted to reach here in few days. to committee has been in 12.9 bushels, or one-tenth of a boshes
to make
inquiry ngarding > trusted to a sub-committee
consisting of than the of
greater November
:- the history of his life, which mind few guessed of Dom the Pedro reason had; namely. that the He As Low aa 83 Below In Uontana.HELENA Chairman Davis and Senators "Moody yield per acre. The variation average from the

bad: been in course of preparation by her sat half all givenway.his Mont, Jan. B.-Thursday and Faulkner. They will report the draft currant expectation of the tot sis
smiling day
late husband. The lady, in reply to the muttering to himself and on couch foolishly night was the coldest so far this season of a bill to the full committee.for consideration months b not over 1 per cent The
reporter's questions,stated that counting in Montana the thermometer at the next
beyond on his fingers. It is understood going as regular meeting. total product, aa estimated is 490,5dD.oa
-. the completion of.a few chapters by Mr. from the evasiveness of the doctors that i low at some points: as 33 degrees below. The buahela. The product of oats b 73L31V
Davis the work was as yet practically his case is an extremely critical There Is but little snow reported in eastern t Fight for the World's Fair. OQO bushes, at the rate of SI.4 bushels
in its incipiency. The necessary data one. II and central Montana, but there is WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. The house per acre.

-are, however, at hand, having been Hews from Rio.LOXDON some delay to traffic in the western part committee on foreign affairs met Tues The aggregate of all deals b about
carefully dear by Mr. Davis previous Jan. The Times' Lisbon I of the 'state. Considerable suffering is day, and decided that it had jurisdictionover 3,4,70,00gbushel3; ( or at least Sa
.- to his so that the labor of col- correspondent says that a Brazilian already reported on some of the ranges. all bills relating to the world's fair, bushels per capita.
lating the matter and otherwise p tting paper reports that the government atRio I though eonfined to limited areas. and Mr. Hitt the chairman. was author-

it in shape for the publisher would, comparatively Janeiro intends to expel the Russianenvoy All Trains ized to appoint a sub-committee of five RELEASED BY FRIENDS.
speaking, consume but a short in consequence of Russia's Delayed.SEATTLE to examine and report uixnn them with
-fie. to recognize the republic. refa.-.alj Wash., Jan. 8.-The overland the least possible delay. Georgia Outlaw Released from Jatt Xe-

So far the work remains just aa M r. Private letters from Rio Janeiro I trains are all delayed in eastern This was a severe blow to the New Ire Also Disappears. J
k :Davis left it. Arrangements says Washington by snow storms. Northern Yorkers, who insisted that 1
are being that intensely hot weather the referenceof : MACON, Ga., Jan 9.-Willie Wallace
made, however, with two very capable and that yellow fever of the prevailsthere most Pacific trains are about eighteen hours the bills to the foreign affairs com- the notorious outlaw of Harris county
gentlemen, who will assist Mrs.: Davis late. The weather is the coldest known mittee was merely a of
in malignant has in matter form, and
type the rescued 5
.completing the memoirs. One appeared city. here for years.Business that when the was from jail In Hamilton at r
a very ---' proper time came a special
close friend and sympathizer the ill 9VJCTIMS OF THE WIRES. Suspended at Deadwood. committee, similar: to that in the senate, o'clock.Sunday morning by a large naa-- .. t
trious chief, who more than any living would be appointed to consider them. her of masked men.: The party rode
is A LIneman and Two Street Car Ilor see DEADWOOD, S. Dak., Jan. 5.-The into
has
person acquainted with the political thermometers town on a full gallop, and *1r
and public life of the deceased will direct Killed In St. Louis. registered 23 degrees below TELEGRAPH OFFICE BURNED. threw out guard on every road IesdlUinto

shape and generally interest him- Sr. Loins Jan. 11.-Frank Mahon, lineman est of zero the here winter.Fridamorning.Business the cold- Western Building Hamilton Ten horsemen wers
is
self in that portion of the proposed employed by the Missouri: Electtric practically In St. Louis
posted around the residence of Sheri
to the
owing
suspended intensity of the
work while his Completely Gutted.
co-laborer is conspicuous Light company, was sent to an enginehouse cold. Kimbroucrh.. They first tried to CTT cd'
for his literary accomplishments andpractical his i Tue dav.to repair a line that was I ST. Ierrt. Jan..- 11--.-_<-JTir->-ftltr- Rafe.............."". f. bar which fastened" the
experience in the art of book out of order. He went to the top of the ADVICE TO THE NEGRO. o'clock Wednesday morning fire started from of the jail, bat fails.d mth

making.Just i house and soon after the firemen were The President of a Southern in the basement of Westem'Union effort, and then they broke the lock.

before how the long a time will actual attracted by a shout and a scream of 'Stay Where You Are.College" Says telegraph building, corner.of Olive and After getting the front: door open they
will be
biography
agony, and saw Mahon struggling. Third streets. The tire soon ascended soon .broke the locks to tae iron
the bands of the reader, Mrs. Davis is CHARLESTON. C. Jan. S. Dr.
so J. C.
Then his whole and
body shook for through the air Wallace out
shaft cage stepped
a
moment from
the
far unable first to oLarid
to state. She will however, Price, president of the colored
revise and was hurled off the roof downto college at the top floor, and there burned joined his friends. The)' thea rode
supervise and look after many of the Salisbury, N. c., and of the fierce- The
the details incident yard beneath. His injuries are one foremost ly. The wires are a total wreck. rescuers also took with them a
to its The
publication, fatal orators of his race, delivered at firemen are colored man who war in jail named
greatly hindered
and this work she intends by the
wholly completed to her to have Tuesday morning; at 7 o'clock asa Chester, a speech in which he puts him- sleet-laden wires. mass Dan. Tatum. It b: supposed thai Tatwa
"' previous departure street car on Fourth street* self The must have reeognlzeu some of the men.If
for Europe, where she will join her was squarely against emigration. building was an old one, and in
daughter s Winnie. As the time of bowling at a rapid rate of speed the "I have no faith in the doctrine of assimilation r addition to the Western Union Telegraph this is so, there is no douU that be
two horses ran against a broken electric .'* he '* I was killed, for it was a crowd
-this contemplated trip is fixed for the says 'the ancestral pride company was occupied by the offices of desperate
early part of ) light wire which hung like a loop across of the white man the growing pride of the Associated Press the Daily which has been the cause of many negro
Printing
the public may confidently year, the street The shock killed both horses the negro forbid that this amalgamation company, Allen & Ginter Cigarette company killings in thb county during us)put
expect to
:have the book a month later. instantly and stunned the driver. should take place save on the high] the Bradley Printingand Roll com few months.:
BATTLE WITH ground of matrimony, and there is only pany and one or two other officem U Sheriff KSmbrough has organized a rf
SMUGGLERS.
NO ROOM FOR COLORED POSTS.Xswlslana one intermarriage out. of every 200,001 9Z0.the tire was brought und i complete posse to scour the country for the maa-
t Mexican Customs Guards Kill One and I believe that color bas nothing to do control but the building; is gutted. Wallace was the head o(a band which
Adjutant General Resign Be- Capture Some Goods. with the qu tion- It isnt because of All the Western Union wires terrorized the colored people lost sum .
were
ea... Asked to Sign a Charter. LAREDO, Tex., Jan. 10.-An his color but because of his condition burned but active efforts are being made mer. Of one murder he bkzsown too*
NKwOaL&uta, Jan. 8.-Capt. A. CL occurred engagement that the black man is in disfavor. When- to restore communication. They are personally guilty while many other*artascribed

'B&rtlett adjutant general of the Grand Salado in Monday evening on the ever a black face appears it, ,suggests a ceiving messages at East SL Louis. re to him.
Army of the Republic for this department river Mexico, fifty miles poverty-stricken ignorant race. Change The fire started in the basement and
has resigned rather than sign the southwest of this city, between a dozen your conditions, exchange immorality spread'upwards so quickly that all the Death to B. Xavetlsate.
charter of the colored Grand Army post customs guards and four smugglers, for morality, ignorance for intelligence, inmates of the operating room hAd to By Loci t SI'ORT, Ind Jan. 10-X w' haI
lately formed here. Capt. Bartlett supported who were transporting a cargo of smug- poverty for prosperity, and the preju- for their lives, and many of them hat reached this city of the death of the
Capt Gray commander of the gled goods, principally prints, to the in dice against our race will disappear. narrow escapes. Its origin is at present little child of Frank Cornell of M aai
Grand Army here, in the position the I tenor. In the fight one of the smugglers* "Others would have us disappear by; unknown. township tai county for the wast cl

V latter.took in regard to the Jefferson I was killed and a portion of the goods emigration.. .lf9r me, I don want tgo .,. Did med.d atteu- ou, being treated by J6f1Corn..tL.
Davis funeral matter but is I captured. The rema.ining-three contra- ['No, no,' from audience. ThIs Electricity It. .. brother the ch&f f
against him in his new stronglI'i, and( bands escaped and managed t off sunny Southland, where He thejbleach- LATER-The. fire is said to have been who yrofesses cure in the tram a

thinks he has given tha organization a t. of the goods. hone of iag bones of my fathers is dear to me. started by a broken wire having become Chritttiaa science. This case f

evere blow. ., Qther resignations are ex- the guarere hurt. I, too, feel to.the manor DOTQ.: This soil crossed with an electric light wire. with others of a* similar charader.1ritl !
bjs inresti ate4 by the grand jury. J Jr

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... THE ,FLORIDA .STAB: THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1890. .3" ...,

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IIoW Hundred This Dollars! reward 1' OAEDS.OKOKOX I *, THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. .

We offer One JL BOBBIKB WALTU R. OKAHAK. TITUSVILLE .
case of Catarrh' that cannot be I' President Brtvard Secy. Brevard Ab- ...."-" ; -
for any Hall's Catarrh Cure Abstract Co. strict Co. -' ',._ .' ,4' .- > .t
cared by I A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville
CHENEY &Co., PropsToledo, O. i .
F.J. ROBBINS & GRAHAM, ,_ ,i'
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We. the undersigned have known F. ; < ; '.
and bel COMMERCIAL Fla.
J.Cheney hUn forhonorablili: all buslJlesI ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, *

Jefe transactions, and financially able to P. O. Box 280,T1TUSVILLE,Brevard Co., Florida.
Will practice in all the ounties of the Seventh Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos Haines:
made their
curl out any obligations by Circuit and In the Supreme Court Special: facili- NEAT AND PROMPT. Bros.' Pianos
ties for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. Morris Pianos, Wilcox & Y
finD & TBDAX. Wholesale Druggists, Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs Institute. .' WhitsOrgans and Chicago Cottage
\fIST Toledo. O. to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 d

""ELDING, K "NAN & MARVIN, Whole- D. L. GAULDEN, Foil Commercial Course of Book-Heeping. -FOB- I will Sell and Deliver at your.nearest
Kale Druggists,Toledo. 0.i etc.,1ncludlng Penmanship ana station High Grade ,
Mathematics,
$30 00
Cashier Toledo National
HOESEN. -
?;IT. VAN Bank, Toledo, O, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Books, paper, pens,ink, etc, for same 8 60
Penmanship, complete course 5 00
gal)'. direeCure in taken Intern- Titusville, Florida. Mathematics,per month, 3 00
the blood and Payments to be made, cash one-half down for any P'lANOSOR

s11r, surfaces of the system. TestlmonSls i A. M. THRASHER, cash branch.In full Money For for further text books particulars, copybooks apply to, etc., JOB PRINTINGSUCH

ie t free Price 75c per bottle. Sold

druggists. 38 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,
,by all P. O.Box 20. SANFORD, FLA. E. H. SCOTT, Titusville, Fla.BAST .

NOTICE.Ta Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh

fa\ Citizen of Brevard County: Circuit and Supreme Court. S


ajonert Having of been said county appointed to. represent by the commis-her at ALLEN E. HEYSER-... I.,.: T;. *t "'t, .' AS- 0 R G A N J .

Sub-Tropical Exposition at Jackson- I:
the Attorney-at-Law and
Conveyancer.
YJllc.which opens on January 9th, 1890, t .sEE\: ) .

snd knowing the resources of the county as i Lake Worth Dade County, Florida. are those put up by FOR LESS MONET than any other house u the

I do,I have no hesitancy in saying that I Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade D. M. FERRY & CO. United any honest States.man or I Bill woman ship a on Piano trial or andU Organ not to

fully believe, with a heaco-oration of County lands.JONES Who are the Largest satisfactory I will pay freight both ways. $2i f
tbe people, we will Seedsmen-in the world.D. LETrERnE.t.DS.'NOTEIIEADS, cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and .! ..,
!Exhibit but will capture the capital ,prize & ATKINSON, .M.FKKRY&CO'SBeautifully $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
!
Illustrated, Descriptive more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
.of f 1000. It will be impossible for me to terms anyone can own a Instrument. Send for
risteich; and every producer I therefore Altorneys-at-Latv SEEDDIIAL FREE CATALOGUE containing Information.
who Sheet Music ,
has Strings Violins. Banjos Guitars Ae- ,
worthy everyone anything Titusville for 1890 will be n uled FREE to all cordeons, and in fact, every Musical Instrument
ofrest exhibition to write me. Florida. applicants,and to last season's cuv- that is made and at very low prices Send for com,.
What we want is a full exhibit of the products tomers. It is better than ever. Every BILL-HEADS, plete Catalogues. I.have 20.000 pieces of Choice
T T. SANDERS person using Garden,Floweror Music at 10
We do not ask centsper copy.
of the county. as a SEEDS
Field should tend for it.1
donation: we will pay a fair price for all D. FERRYACO. A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 6-

articles. fio the ladies do we especially appeal ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DETROIT MICH. JfltJ. ;0

for some of their domestic work. Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh,Ju STATEMENTS, t,
dicial Circuit of Florida.P. oALL.TsTER .
R. P. PADDISON, .
O. Box.235. .
Commissioner. TITCSVILLE FLA. EAU GAIJLIE, f
Money to Loan. 11 .
.. CIRCULARS .
PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Is prepared to Sink ARTESI N'
Eupepsy.This DENTAL OFFICE OF WELLS at any place between Geonriana

is what you ought to have, In Barrels $2.25. FOLDERS, and St. Lucie; 75c. per foot to 300ft.

fret you must have It, to full enjoy life. DR. L. T. DANIEL, Will contract to any depth.
Thousands are searching dally and COCOA FLORIDA Gauged to order. ten cents extra.

mourning because they find It not. Thousands Will be at the Grand View Hotel, Titusville, on Wheelwrighting and Repairing. GAO. '
upon thousands of dollars are the First Monday each Mouth, for one week or EACOTT & :;
ipent annually by our people In the hope more. Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteedto INVITATIONS,
be satisfactory. 11 C. O. B. .
that they may attain this boon. And aPROGRAMMES TITtSVlIXE, FLA.,
that
It may be had by all. We guarantee TWT D. L. DODSON
Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers TIN&SHE'ETIRONWORKERS.GUTTERING
Electric Bitters, If used according to directions /G from 2.00 .
In will upr .
and the use persisted iSTREAMERS '

bring you Good Digestion and oust the DENTIST, Tanksand ; ,
demon dyspepsia and install instead Eu- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ROOFING,
all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. t
recommend Electric Bitters
pepsy. We Aching teeth filled and saved without destroying And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.:
lor dyspepsia and all diseases of the lIv- the nerves. Teeth with abcesses treated success DODGERS,
er,stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. fully. Hoots crowned substantially. Plates of JOHNSON, GALVANIZED WORK,

and 91.00 per bottle by Dixon & Gray, pure fitting. Para plates gum.corrected.Broken Teeth Plates extracted mended.painlessly. Badly- LaGrange, : : Florida. And Repairing of all'kinds.AOTICE. .

druggists. Office on Washington avenue. 8
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1'h1wfU you cough when Shlloh'F Cure will gin J F. LEWIS SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALEThe BUSINESS CARDS, _..-p, :: '' ,/ '
immediate relief Price 10 eta fjO etA and $1. bold '.' 1.ffI d
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ty Dickson&Grey,Tttnsville,Fla.Bhfloh'i I / 1! .. .

M( Emineer and Surveyor, Subscriber offers for Sale, in Lotsto WEDDING CARDS, ...P'I.: "" ..', ;:.'t" .;:-J ,./,.. .;>
Cure will immediately relieve Croup, -J
suit Purchasers, some '" 0- > $ _
Hooping Cough and Bronchitia. Sold by DicksooJk Titnsville,Fla. ,* -1 .<
fltuiville,Fla. ..
Grey. <> .o"4'
500 Acres of Selected Portionsof VISITING CARDS cP .o ..
B. BURCHFIELD .
in you made miserable indigestion Constl. R. the above-named Lands. < (
,, ,y $
tattoo, Ditlneia Lou of Appetite Yellow Skintlltaoh's <.v, .
Vitalizer U a positive Cure. Sold by Dick COUNTY URVEYOR. .\V .o.-: <<
.
too t Grey, TltnivUle,Fla. Situated on Sebastian Bay and Indian "' vry9 "V A.'<;'''';:'>. q

.. Orders by mail will receive as prompt River ("t '" f}'. .... <--.s'.J' ..'"
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint yon hare .o/ J'
attention as calls in .'Y ( o6 .,
printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh'a Vi.d&rizet person. SEND YOUR ORDERSTO V ,t-- O4s 'Jl. ,
It never fills to cure. Sold by Dickson & Address: Georgiana, Fla. AND ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR > ;} <,.e, s
.
-Ore/,Iltastille, Fla.f WINTER HOMES.. ,, 4' ;,". ,,,,'J'.k' .,'
:>- I -- ... .'" .,q'e' .
RUE P. ELY / .... (
A Scrap'Of Paper Saves Iler LA These Lands are in the immediate THEFLORIDA- t "S(,.J<, ...."t '
....
of the IItt..: .
Life. Notary Public for the State at Large. vicinity > .' :+f : .
v. <
It,,'UJnst an ordinary scrap of wrapping FINEST FISHING, HUNTING, ...t <,f..< <' '
& "J'. ''
Justice of the Peace 17th Dist. '
paper,but it saved her life. She was AND SEA BATHINGTo STAR ".< ';. ,. "
< f
10 the last stages of consumption told CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof ,!. ."0 0.: <> +'" ;t." W 1'
.J '" ., J! .. ..
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by physicians that she was incurable and over 30 years' experience. Natural be found in the whole Indian ; .. 4,;$ VJ: I IoI
could live only a short time; she weighed finish a specialty. River Section, and have also the advantage e,. 47 ':" 7,1r
less than seventy pounds. On a piece of of Daily Communication by JOB PRINTING OFFICE, v... .. ? t! ... \
wrapping paper she read of Dr. King'sNew Melbourne, Florida. 6 Steamers with all points north. cQV d a' "V 0 '1 .,

Discovery and got a sample bottle; Actual Settlers and Improvers will.be '
It helped her, she bought a large bottle. NAUMAN'S specially favored. Correspondence in- .

it helped her more, bought another and vited. Address All concerned will take notice that, six
better fast continued its and is NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
grew use months after date, I will present my final
now strong,healthy,rosy plump, weighing TilE PIOXEER AGEXCY. Frank H. Allen, Norwich, Conn. account to Honorable Minor S. Jones

send 140 stamp pounds.to W.For H.fuller Cole.particulars Druggist, I For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN 2831. County Judge of Brevard county, Florida
r and for an order dismissing me from .
,
pray
Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this wonderful -
' ; P. O. Brevard county Fla. the further execution on the estate of John
Disbovery free at Dixon & Gray's Titusville NEW
'22 E. Moore, late of said county, deceased.
&uK-6tore. .
S. H. RAY, Administrator. "
FROSCHER
A. Indian River
LandAND
IL Titnsville, Jan.6, 1890.. 3& mo. _
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Advice to Mothers ,
FLORIDA. LUCIE HOUSE '
TTTDSYILLE ST.
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XlI.W 'ILow's 8ocmmfo 8ncpahoutliahraya I "
be used when children art cutting teeth. It re- Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden NOTICE. _
IlmatheUtUel'Cffereratonce;itprodneesnatural, :IIc: teldOI11pA27r: Seventh Judicial "
In Circuit Court of the
qviet sleep, el"''bright Opposite Indian River Inlet,
u a a"dft is fur pleasant to taste. It Coffins, Cases and Caskets. ROCK LEDGE, FLA. Circuit of the State of Florida, Dade. '
oothM the ehfla,softens the gums,allays all pain A. D.1889.-In Chancery. ;:
County
,
Bfttfotw the bowels,and is the best known remedy Funerals attended if desired. All orders We are opening in our fine Hotel a Land ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA. '
b whether arising from teething or We think Albert M. Field ) '. '.
promptly executed and at reasonable rates. Office. that many of the thous- .
sIDet 01111II. Twenty-five cents an. bottle vs. \ Divorce '
Embalming done. ands of strangers that stop with us will be
Leahretta C. Field
J
B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) liable to buy property if it is presented to: Unrivalled Hunting Fishing Upon the bill in said suit being filed and
ur-
them and facilities such that ,
are w< t
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O. J.Hardware. :ElEOTOa. due made the affida-'
proof as by
If you try this remedy you will say, think we can be of great service both U) Etc. appears \
Boating
tt many others have said, that it Is the sellers and buyers.Correspondence. vit of complainant to the same, showing r r
and that the said defendant resides out of said ?
MST blood purifier and tonic. Write solicited. First-Class Accommodations. Open-
i Blood for book State, it is hereby ordered that a hearing
Balm Ga.
Co. Atlanta
convicting 34 J. M. LEE & BRO. ed from January to May 31st. be had on the facts charged in said bill our
testimony. i General Produce the first Monday in April, A. D. 1890, and
I
J. A.Davis, Atlanta Ga. (West End), "
JAMES PAINE Proprietor.
,
that said Leahretta C. Field do be- \
writes B.B.. has appear
B.
: "I consider that
HOW'S YOUR FENCE ?
permanently cured me of rheumatismand MERCHANT. HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN fore said court on or before said first Monday i.
in 1890 and to
sciatica.*' April, plead or answer
We have the CHEAPEST and Best
B..R "B. Melbourne. Florida i e4 RIVER BAKERYWe said bill and defend against the same, and
Saulter, Athens, Ga., says: = WOVEN WIRE FENCING !
B. B. that had roasted will Hand the facts charged therein and to do further
cured me of an ulcer 3 Wire Rope Selvage. Keep on Every Day
all other treatment. A. M. Hamilton & Co., =i and receive what said court shall considerin

E.G.TInsley, Columbia Ala., writes: FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES said cause.
"My mother and sister had ulcerated TITDSVILLE, FLORIDA, o Done at Chambers at Tavares this 9th j

Sore throat and scrofula. B. B. B. cured .. ETC. ALSO day of December A. D.1889. 'S
Wholesale Dealers In i JOHN D. :
them.* a
Jacob P. Sponcler. Newman, Ga., = Bottlers of Sodawater GingerAle Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida in*. J

writes: 4B. B.. B. entirely cured me of Indian River Oysters and for the Seventh Judicial Circuit. .'': t,. ,

rheumatism In my shoulder. I used six and other Drinks.ALL ALBERT F. QUIMBY, .
bottles" < 35 Clerk, Juno, Fla. 1

Chas Reinhardt, No. 2&26 Fountain FISH ORDERS. RECEIVE PROMPT. NOTICE.TREASURY J
street, Baltimore, Md., writes: "I suffered 50 Z2TCHZ8 HIGH AT 60 CZHTS PER ROD ATTENTION. .
and Lawn. Garden,Poultry and Stock Fencing,all DP'T STATE OF FLORIDA,v' 1
with bleeding piles two ears flies and widths.Gates tomatch. Prices low.Sold BELCHER & COMPANY
and Game.All S. A.
**glad to'say that one bottle of B. .B. Green Turtle r dealeri. Freight Paid. Send for circular ., COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, .
HI MBCIXII worm WISE run co., CHICI >, ILL.
*cored me." I..-AU-MM1 tAWM asd CEMCTEUY Yeas. PROPRIETORS, TALLAHASSEE; January 1,1890, >:

B.J.J. Hardy Tocoa, Ga., writes: B. B. orders will,receive whether prompt by telegraph and careful attention TITUSVILLE, FLA. .I, William D. Barnes, Comptroller of 2

; *& a qulekccure for catarrh. Threettles letter or person. 17 FOR SALE 40 the State of Florida, do .certify that abanking'association 1
cured me. I had. ,been troubled under the name 01 me"

nrai years. Indian River State Bank, located at Tito-

A. Bplnk....Atlanta. Ga., says:- "One THE ELEGANT A. L. Hatch & Son, ville Brevard county, State of Florida, .

bottle' of B. !S. B. completely cured. my RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF DEALERS and organized under Chapter' 3864, Lawsof
'-'dl
tt J.A.Pepperof Frcdonja,Ala..writes; L. E. BARNES, DRY GOODS NOTIONS proper articles of association and organization -
".,B. B.cure
lOre- throaLtt' ROCK LEDGE, FLA., with the provisions of said act required to

Containing Seven and One-Third Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, be complied with before commencing the
Co-partnership Notice.We business of banking, and that said association ,
Acres of Land fronting on Indian River. Stationery, Family Medicines is hereby authorized to commence a

have this day entered into copartJfnjxip FROM NEW YORK CITY. Large, Roomy RESIDENCE, ele- Garden Seeds, banking business under the name of the
under the firm-name of WetmoreGladji.n Mr. A. H. Hawke*-Dear Sir: Yocr PATENT Also a ThreeRoomCOTTAGE
Indian River State Bank and at,the place
received sometime since and am ,
for the of erecting EYE GLASSES and Outbuildines. One of .
purpose much gratified at the wonderful change that GROCEBIES above designated. ,*
*> we factory and operating the same intown tell hMeomeoTermyerealgUtBince I have discarded the most desirable places Rock Ledge CHOICE Given under my hand and seal of office

of Titusville.Fla. my old glasses and ALtiaxnat: am now wearing AOAL joura ., hammock.For *, Bay,,Corn, Kaec FertfLters.CITY4POINTv. this the first day of January, A. D. 1890. .

T. T. WETMOBE Secretary Stationer'Board of Trade. price,terms, etc.,apply,to "" -- ; 1 \V. D. BARNES, .'
J S. N. GLADWIN. AU fitted at the Drag Store of ,' :.FLORIDA. 3S- O days. Comptrollers;
FLA.. Albert A. Taylor Cocoa Fla. # ,
r ltusTille. Jan.2nd, 1890. :5 DIJON fc OKAY. TITCSVILLE. -'i';t,: .c.., .
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THE. FLORJPA STAR, THURSDAY; 'JAN. 16, 1890. ,
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F -,;' STAR. Cocoa. Eau Gallic.' A meeting of the inlet committee was valing France in her wine prod
THE FLORIDA held at the east side school house on the while Brevard the natural home *

Mr. Parker, of Virgipia, a commercial Mr. Adam Hogg is busy. planting 4th. A report of yjork done and money grape dares not take a step in that of.

Y.,, PUBLISHED. EVERY' THURSDAY. I tourist, visited Cocoa this week. beans, tomatoes, watermelons, etc. expended was received, and also the tion. If any adventurous citizen sl
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mIS WAGER Editor and Pats er The opening of the public school at Mr. G. B. Snell has plowed and prepared statement that the rough weather outside do so such of his grapes as he cannoTL.
had again forced them to shut the same or sell must rot, for he
Cocoa has been postponed to Feb. 1st. his land for an early'crop of vege- must Do
further dam- make them into
Annum. mouth of the cut to prevent wine, or if be doe
S1.5O per Miss Allie Martin and:Miss T.Richards, tables. age. More money was raised and orders must not sell it. In short, Article Xb

-- : Entered at the POll Office at Titusville at of Merritt, spent Monday at Melbourne. Mr. John H. Mellor has been under given to get everything in shape for again wherever adopted by a popular vote,! )

Second-Clatt Matter. the weather for a few days, but is about opening it as soon as the sea down. straight-out third party prohibition wi
i 3f r. and Mrs. Carter have rented the Over $500 has been spent on it already. the omission of one word "use.** Wo

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper little Barnes cottage and gone to house again. Yonder if Uncle Sam can't be inducedto of all, it effectually closes the dooraai ust

Jor Brevard county. keeping. Notwithstanding. the drouth, Messrs. chip in a little of his surplus? any. middle course which might be ao-1
SAM. ceptable to moderate men of all
The Star has the. Largest circulation Cocoa is very dry just now (of water) Walton and, Trafford's vegetable gardenis and by which the saloon evil m parti stilt

any paper,on the East coast .f Fla. and rain is being prayed for in all the looking well supPressed: without undue interferer

had few friends at The Florida Scandal.It with personal liberty. It ool
A'SQCAKElsonelnchin space; 24 squares churches here. Mr. Wm. Treutler a puts us
make column. to be clear from statements horns of a dilemma,we must either
a his place Thursday evening last to seems quite i
on .
Mrs. E. M. Moore, of Titusville, madea the article with its .
If advertising ra.tesenqolre of the Editor made in the election fraud cases irritating rest
_-always enclosing atwo centstamp. brief visit to her friends and relatives celebrate his birthday. before the United ,States district court its inevitable accompaniment of ill

i i *" **1 in Cocoa last week. Captain Bennett's garden is looking for the Northern district of Florida, that selling, vexatious prosecutions, spy

WE believe that it is the duty of ourrepresentatives has green and thrifty, thanks to the generoususe he errand jury in that district was made lying and hypocrisy; or we mnst
Mr. S. Shear the
photographer, the saloon with all its inseparable
call the almost entirely of Republicans with etiIt..
Washington to.
of the water from his artesian well. ,I ip
to the methods opened his studio up stairs over Mr. O. the view of finding indictments against The latter seems to me to be the leant 0

attention of Congress K. Wood's grocery store. : Capt. John Houston is planting snap Democrats for alleged election frauds, the two evils, because it can, with

tined in the U. S. Court of this State for Rev. Wm. Shaw beans and setting out tomatoes on his and that Republicans were selected for parative facility, be reached and

drawing Republican jurors to try Democrats Sunday afternoon Eau Gallic petit jurors for the of convicting lated by ordinary legislation, whtte"_
land the mouth of the purpose
'. : accused of election frauds. For preached in the M. E. Church to an appreciative near those indicted. While the attorneys for former, entrenched in the constitutJoi ,

the second time about every one of the congregation.' -- river. the accused parties have not been able to cannot be modified except by the sic,
Among the arrivals at the Treutler : that the jury commissioners were and cumbrous process of constitutional!
and are Republicans, :Mr. 0. B. Floyd, wife and daughter, prove
grand petit juries and Mrs. parties to this scheme, the published letter amendment, and not then without if
House week Mr.
fu and recently it has been shown that the of Savannah, Ga., spent a few days here the past are of the United States marshal to one fierce faction fight throughout the Sta

*U. S. marshal ordered his deputy to this week at the Delmonico. John Aspinwall, child and nurse, of of his deputies, ordering him to select This last consideration will serve as a

in Volusia Barrytown, N. Y. Republicans[ for jurors in the United ply to Mr. Robbins' observation thus
f select Republicans for jurors A fine flow of water has been obtained return to the saloon !
Court and the fact that about systemjis not the
States all
-county. Let the press of our State agitate from the artesian well on :Mr. James Mr. R. P. Blatch is preparing for a and, logical for the embarrassments]
the
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grand petit jurors are Republicans remedy
this'subject, and have our representatives Holmes' place at a depth of 188 feet. fine garden, and has very good, healthy justifies the conclusion that it was in my previous letter. hf

to bring the matter plants already in bloom. He intends is not-but it is the only one left os. It]
f at Washington Miss Kate Eyer, of Merritt, has been in the purpose of the officials to have the
must be either Article XIX the
If the accused parties are shipping early this season. juries made up of Republicans.It or saloon.!
to light;
Cocoa the week at the bach-
That for the
during past is well known that in the Northern legislation regulation of]
guilty let them be convicted by a fair elor hall of her brother, Jlr. Harry.Eyer.The Messrs. Hodgson Bros. stock of goods district of Florida there are no more Re- saloons has been of the crudest kind.I

and impartial jury, but not by a jury will shortly arrive. Mr. Jno. E. M. publicans than Democrats who are com- that existing laws are miserably defee-l
of
Ed Titus
sloop Magic Capt. ,
of -of leaves this week for New York tive and inefficient-I know. I have c-.
:'composed men a partisan political Hodgson petent to act as jurors, and there are good
Titusville, wiih a party on board, an- zested two remedies of proved efficacy!
1)' ....-complexion. Boston and Savannah tot complete the reasons for saying that there are not so
chored at Cocoa for a few hours Monday.Mr. many. How is it, then, if there was an {[as your City Point correspondent has]
purchase of their stock. pointed out), and which, since I vrotejnave
*' J. F. Lewis of Titusville intention on the part of the officials to
The STAR never advances the theory came received the !
Capt. Nelson,of the schooner Seminole comply strictly with the law which requires weighty sanction el
'. that two wrongs make one right, but down a few days ago with a horse for the great Catholic Congress at Baltimore]
that shall be
left a large cargo of lumber on the south juries nonpartisanin
the should be sauce fort Mr. Allen Hardee which that gentleman Mr. Robbins suggests that we should rote]
"saucyfor goose their character that all the jurors -
point of the Eau Gallic river, to be used nearly
become law
until but
I dry they a I
the gander,too." Election frauds should recently purchased of kira. are Republicans? This is one of the CD-
in constructing a new residence for :Mr. that not think so. A reaction against tie]
never be tolerated ; but irregularities Mr. Nichols, the carpenter who hurt questions the public would like to tyrany of prohibition seems to hare let]
Aspinwall. Other residences are also in have answered and if it cannot be an- .
where they show no fraqd should not himself some days age by falling from contemplation.Mr. swered in the Unite.States court for the in all over the country. While that reaction -

necessarily subvert the will of the the building upon which he was working, Northern district of Florida, the Democratic is in its infancy is the time for the]
John of Eau Gallic is successful introduction of
Carey, now repressive Jq-
people. is up and improving fast. members of Congress should cal!
: when first on the St.Johns river with his new steam for an investigation of the Florida scan- islation, otherwise the liquor element]
the late election
Although ,
and Mrs. John Robbins and become enough to
)Ir. daughter may strong patient]
and be in
launch will our settlement
e ordered was considered illegal by many, :Miss Linda, ofBabylon,L. I., arrived dal.Those it. With Brevard dry our Jet JUon]
accused of committed
it was legal'under the construction of the during the coming week, weather and having can do nothing. They are bound by the J
here a few days ago and are stopping at election frauds in Florida are doubtless
time permitting. The steamer will come Article XIX clause the-resolutionof of]
held the Court. This
law as by Supreme the home of Mr. and Mrs. Powell. via the inlet. ready to stand their trial, but they don't the Titusville convention, and the pro-i
-exonerates the County Commissioners mosquito want to be tried by jurors who are already hibitionists. flushed with would
victory.
and her Pearl
Mrs. Munson
daughter
of the. charge of holding an illegal The steamer Maggie Dillon is expected prejudiced so strongly that theyare insist on the article, the whole article
left Cocoa for their home in Sanford last little river and will be unable to render a just verdict. Congress .
Election. daily on our and nothing but the article. With Bro-
week after having enjoyed the hospitality will fail in its duty if it neglects J o
would be
vard free
It';,now remains to be seen if a suit is run in connection with the Treutler wet our legislators
: of Mrs. Chas. Schoonmaker and Miss make a thorough inquiry into the United from that clause, and moderate men of
Instituted the wets to.correct the Hotel. This steamer has beeij lengthened
by States jury drawing in Jacksonville
Julia Roberts for weeks. all parties seeing the necessity lot
,count of the election whether the contest some and oyerhauled by Capt. McFadden, < What the people want is the truth. They prompt action, would give them all

s will be "John, Doe r*. the County Com- Mr. J. M. Sanders i is home again aftera is much improved in appearance as well won't object to punishment of anyone needed support. Furthermore, once fIN

missioners," as,the Melbourne lletc8 suggests week's visit to the Sub-Tropical Exposition as speed. ,.whether he.is a_Democrat or a Republican from Article XIX the adoption of a mid
who has been shown to be die would become .
or not. We think not. in Jacksonville. He says everything Sergeant H. B. Hersey, of the U. s. guilty of trying to defeat the will of the course such middle course possible.As Mr. Ecbbiia

./ is looking splendid up there and Signal Service Corps was in our town for people by ballot-box frauds. Let us have suggests the State agency system. Mj
.... '. seemed well pleased with his trip. the whole truth relative to the election
THE following striking little comparison about an hour on Saturday last, superin- impression is that its result in Mains
frauds scandal and let the blame for the
t of Florida to-day and four years ago The Solid Comfort, with Mr. and Mrs.T. tending the opening of a telegraph officein scandal rest where it belongs.-Savannah have not been such as to recomaesdfe

>a.: we find in the correspondence department P. Wallace, Miss Jennie Wallace, Mr. the :Messrs. Hodgson Bros new ware- .Kev:8. for adoption in other States. For and
communities as ours I would prefer b
j| of Lake Helen Life, written by one and Mrs. Kline and Mr. C. S. Conklin, house. This will be a great convenienceto 1L license wine merchants (without bars

'. .df the versatile State. sailed down the last "Subscriber" to Mr. Robbins.'
most writers pf our river week to Melbourne our citizens. or grocers of known character and standing -

J. It goes to show, no matter what draw- where the party spent a most enjoyable Captain McFadden is doing rushing Editor Florida Star: to sell in closed vessels (say from a
backs suffer State is time. pint to a gallon), for family use and coder
we our continually business in hauling out steamers and
I will ask Mr. Robbins to allow me to such limitations as mi ht be deemed
forging ahead ,in all those industries she Divine services will be held next Sunday sailing craft. He owns the largest wayson drop the saloon from our discussion fora advisable. Such a system could be

has been noted for, while many new ones } in St. Michaels Episcopal Church at Indian River. It is rumored that paragraph or two, and to deal with the worked with fair efficiency in small communities
they will be enlarged very soon, to accommodate sale of liquors without regard to whereor it could not be regarded as aa
are just coming light: 10 a. m. by Rev. A. T. Sharpe. Choir steamers of size that ;
any how they sold. I will also ask himto
are infringment of personal liberty it would
."Just four the freeze of Flor- ;
years ago practice Saturday afternoon and all who navigate our const waters.
allow me to refer to his open letter to do with excuse for the saloon
away every
ida was on the tapis..The oranges were can aid in the singing are requested to the prohibition committee which appeared and it would stop in part, the

frozen solid on the trees and young trees come at the ringing of the church bell Lake Worth.All in your columns more than a year steady drain of at least $5,000 a rest

were frozen so as to make it necessaryto that afternoon. our hotels are now open and ready ago. In that letter Mr. Robbing sup- which we are now sending out of the

set new ones in their places. Every for business. poses the average juror to reason thus: I county without getting any retorn. I
Mr. Edward Stiling is and "It is right to drink for 1 drink therefore
very happy and sufferIng have advocated this system for yean,
orange grower wore a long face, and many Dreadfully dry everything it must be to sell drink." I
proud looking since the arrival of his from want of rain. right ( but will gladly waive it in. favor of any
it of them were ready to pack up and return wife and baby daughter. They reached quote from memory.) other fair compromise that mat be 10 j
? Walter Moore has the Idler in the In his View! Mr.
t. to the snow-bound lands of the bleak "Temperate Robbinssays gested by Mr. RobbIns or other mod-
north. This was the first cold snap that Cocoa last Saturday from Saco, Me., water and ready for business. : "From this point 01 view the use erate man of adequate ability any and fairs
and were accompanied Mr. A. D. of short of
by liquor endangering the public mindedness. .
Florida had had in fifty from Mac Porter has accepted a position in
years, Prentiss, father of Mrs. Stiling. Mr. Indian River Bank and left for TitusvilleD peace should not be prohibited b1, Mr. Robbins observe, "Subscriber has
\ which crops had been injured, and when Prentiss is the guest of his niece, Mrs. A. 29th. law under our theory of government.' adduced no argument in favor of the.
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the residents came to consider it they felt Applying the juror's reasoning to thisif loon per te" I have not, because I knowof
assured that the State was all that was A. Taylor. @pt. H. P. Dye has a 16x20 ice-house the vie should not be prohibited nei- none. At least I know but one-that

claimed for it. How different from Jan- The Dauntless arrived Tuesday, and about completed-the first one in this ther should the sale. I must bud if I am open and regulated dram-ielling is less

",'" Mr. C. H. Edgerton and Dr. L. T. Daniel part of the country.C. ./ to use. pernicious than when secret and unlawful '
: nary, 1886, the last three winters have Now let us try a syllogism. U
report a most enjoyable trip. Dr. Daniel W. Barton, mother, grandmother and the sphere of its influence
., been-mild, balsamic, healthful, and in and several other relatives arrived at his Major premise: Laws which prohibitthe much narrower The!saloon, pure *4
walked overboard while poling throughthe sale of liquors, except when the pub- has valid for its exit'
productions rapidly increasing. Today Palm Beach residence on the 2d. simple, no excuse
} it cannot be seen that there ever was a Narrows, but says he only went in lic peace would be endangered thereby, tence. It is the abnormal offspring
"cool off" it On Dec. 28th, while fishing outside, are inconsistent with our theory of accommodation
the
to as was such hot work gov- the old-time inn for
freeze in Florida, as her people were andareenergeticandhave Will McCormick 4
caught a } foot bara ernment. for
; Pelican Island of travelers, and of the city tavern
poling. covered
was with
built what cuta which weighed 32 pounds. Minor Article XIX
up again premise: is a law the convenience of men whose business
the elements had destroyed. Since the pelicans, and they shot.quite a number. The dance at the Cocoanut Grove that prohibits the sale of liquors, even compelled them to dine away from home.

freeze the productions of the State have Congratulations and good wishes are House New Year's Eve was an enjoyableaffair when the public peace would not be en- But the remarkable thing in connection

increased to'a marked degree, and from extended by the Cocoaites to the young and was quite largely attended. dangered thereby.Conclusion: Therefore. Article XIXis and with increased it is it has and grown multiplied with the with growta tM

being called the "Orange State," it has couple who were united in the holy bondsof Rev. J. N. Mulford has put some very inconsistent with our theory of gov- spread of free institutions until now IS

<. -, --taken its place among the first of theagricultural matrimony last week at City Point- comfortable in the Episcopal Church. ernment,and consequently should not be has gained a foothold from which it cannot '
:Mr. James Dickson For comfort and durability no carpenter voted for by any citizen'Who understands Tfce
States of the Union. Every and Miss Hattie be expelled by a coup de rna 1I.
beat them.J. and
can
year Its productions become more and( Hall. We are informed that the happy appreciates American liberty as it latter is the remedy which"the prohibitionists -
understood
intend F. Highsmith shipped two crates of was by our fathers. are seeking to apply-* they
more diversified, showing the more truly pair going housekeeping in Mr. The minor premise brings out clearly
mow
the
tomatoes on 30th of Dec.-the first togo must fail. The world will not
that Florida can produce tropical, semi, Tom Hardee's pretty little cottage at from this part of the countrY-and what is, I think, the main point of differ- backwards for them, and sumptuary legislation

tropical and most of the hardier north- Rockledge. has shipped several crates since. ence between Mr. Robbins and myself. died a violent death when &*

*: ern fruits and vegetables. Following Fishing and hunting parties leave Cocoa On New Year's while catching Mr. ,Robbins of the in both his letters, treats dirval idea of liberty and gpvemmest
roe- only
of
bearing the "wet we
or dry aim of
close upon the freeze, for two summers every few' days for a cruise down the mullet with a cast-net at the inlet, J. \(. election on the 'saloon question while were exploded. The true gradual |
be the
river. Last Thursday the little temperance reformer should
naphtha j
j .. the State was under the control of Yel launch Livinier was chartered by Mr. the Rowley caught one weighing in this 6} pounds, my position is that we are called uponto elimination of the saloon by rePf** I Isiye
largest section.
low Jack but that did Frank Harrison ever seen vote for the adoption or rejection back to the
even not stop its Mr. Heinisch, Mr. Sim- measures until we get
onward march of progress. To-day she rock and, son, and with a lot of good County Commissioners Nugent and E. (locally), of Article XIX in its entirety, licensed hotel and licensed restanrasl

is than things, to say nothing of "little blackDick" L. White came up from Miami on the which is a very different matter.' Article for travelers and business men indue*
more progressive ever; the skies (who is to catch bait for the party) 5th and, for the first time in about. eleven XIX, wherever adopted by vote, puts an and.the licensed grocer or wine-merchaai

above her are the bluest of the blue; the on board, they set off for Banana. River months, they held a meeting on the 6th. end for two years to the legal existenceof for the supply of domestic want I twp
stars that scintillate in the of the where few saloons, but it does not stop there. It such that the
canopy a days' shooting will be The Bessie B. is at the inlet loaded further-it the temper of the time fa
f heavens at night are the most vivid in enjoyed before they go down to Jupiter with guava jelly and other Lake Worth goes sale of forbids any and every; latter provision could be put in operaijoa
Inletwhere they will remain week liquors, "spirituous, vinous or at in small communities U we JaAtite
i
once
.coloring the moon mirrors herself in a or products to the value of and
; ten days. : over $1,000, malt" by -any penon" (Sec 3, Chap. leeislation-provided air I
alf-a-dozen cocoanut trees for the SubTropical necessary
the beautiful clear water lakes and !send 8700. LAWS Of FloridaV ArmrAlmr trt -

c-ghafta radiance through the tall pines Another happy marriage e took place waiting 'for a chance to get out Judge Archibald,-"a drtigistwould be that to block there is no obatrtfctive ArUck"AIAj. j!

last week in CoCOa-Mr. Fish, of Ken- as soon as inletis. open. just as liable to prosecution under the notapolyigizefor thekafthletter
and luxuriant of I will J
foliage the rich ham f
:. tucky, and Miss; Leona 'Dixon being,the Sunday night,Dec 29th, a song service law as any saloon keeper if should sell It due to Mr.Bobbies that j
rr mocks and the, ever refreshing breeze contracting parties. Only a few intimate was held in the west side school house by liquor in any form in a county going wu hb talent and his earnest ei-- 1

-r tunes-the whispering pine and rustles'the friends'and the- near ,relatives- of thebride's' the lAke.Worth Sunday School, this be- dry. (The italics are Judge Archibalds]). recognizing forts on behalf-nf the public welfare I :

."waxen orange leaves, showing their two family:were 'present during the I ing the way and time they took for cele- Not only so, but under it our local manufacturers should explain frankly and fully"bt I
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Imes of freighted with golden balls ceremony :Re.v.: R. N, Andrews officiat-, brating Christmas. The school house, of orange and pineapple win have ventured to dispute his coachmoaIt .
green ing. Miss"Leona made a very fair bride. thanks tp, the ladies and a fewof their; (all of them respectable and law-abiding the
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: *',*Surely the people Florida have.mud She wore a beautiful and elegant bridal male'friends, was handsomely decorated citizens), must let their surplus fruit rot matter was due should to my be fellow-citizens presented ia aU Ije

''. to be thankful .for-living in such a I dress of white Noire Francaisse. silk en I and; the music, under the leadership of! on the ground because they must not sell bearIn It Is due to myself thaty

beautiful and productive country and train, and the. groom wore the customary Prof. J. N. Bodwell, all that could be it as wine, even if they should sell to views should submitted with sufSoesj
black, andlooked most happy at having I desired. The recitations and readings of people outside the county. Furthert under vindicate m e
f privileged to enjoy an invigorating, clearness and fullness to <<
genial won so sweet a bride., live the scholars and'others
May long its the
they were appropriateand provisions development of the and misrepre111"
: and life-sustaining. climate.. srI (. *. and'be. happy. .i'.ri"' ,_ '" j I well rendered. .*fc"* county is retarded., Leon-county is r. I ation.from misapprehension. SUBSCRIBE*



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I The Stolen Watch and Chain.' The Beacon Lights. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR., .
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T Jan. 14 1890. Editor Florida Star
[. BOCKLEPGE, : '
Editor Florida Star: The beacon-lights recently placed on STJrLXN""Gr db TA YOR.., .'. ": ti .

Indian River to define the channel be-
of December valuable .
': On the 24th a Cocoa Indian River Florida.
, package was stolen from the steamer St. tween Titusville and Jupiter are a great .
f, aid to boatmen in navigating between the I
: sheriff the
Lucie. Our was given case DEALERS IN :
points mentioned. We understand that .
arrested
; and two negroes were on suspicion -
i i : contracts have been entered into by the
! and locked up. The package-a gold
watch and chain-wa. afterward found government with different parties so that

I=- secreted among a pile of brick on the the lights will be kept in proper order Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware; .
and from sundownto '
; :Ixjxahatchee-vide last week'SeTAR. The sunrise.burning We every are indebted night particularlyfor ,

1 trail on which Mr.: Bowman was working
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these aids to to R. D.
was evidently a false one, and the parties navigation AND AGATEWARE.Paints .
f arrested were discharged. Since then we Hitchcock, U. S. N., lighthouse inspector

have heard nothing more of the case-in of the sixth district, which embracesthe Oils, Glass and Putty, o TABLE.' UTLERYPlumbers'
;. entire coast from Wilmington, N. C., o
a word it has been quietly dropped. Injustice ,,. ,
to Key West. This efficient officer sparedno --
arrested I and Mill
I to the two negroes protest
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effort in before the ,
placing government BARBED WIRE-
against this inaction; in justice to 1,
the patrons of the Indiah River Steam the necessity of having the improvements Supplies, ;

boat Company I protest against it. In referred to made at once, and it was en- J WIRE HErriNG

this protest I think the public at large tirely upon his recommendation that
their construction ordered. We understand Doors Sash Blinds WIRE
was
will sustain and join me. That the pack-Watson that Captain Hitchcock is now ,, ,u-(, and CLOTH
was stolen after leaving Purser _
age engaged in urging the erection of lightson \_ f
it? ,
s hands is certain. Who took p .
the Hillsborough River, between the BRICK LIME -CEMENT CS-ULH.S:
answered ,
That is the question we want ,
Haulover and and that he is
Daytona, of
and Sheriff Bowman, backed by the officers -
1MUNITION: : .
confident of securing the necessary appropriation ,
SHINGLES and
,', of the Indiam River Steamboat Com LATH.
to proceed with the workin FISHING TACKLE.
should use every means to answerit.
pany the course of a few months. With the
It is folly to say the guilty party
erection of these additional beacons the Ship Cb.BLD..d1ery Gc>c>ds"
cannot be found if the case is pressed.As .
trip between Titusville and Daytona can I
an inducement I will give $25 toward be made with much less difficulty thanat Agents for ALABASTI, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow, Company's {

finding and convicting the thief. What present,and both points will be greatly plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. .
River Steamboat Company
:' will the Indian
give H. S. WILLIAMS. benefittcd by the improved facilities for Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and, Ranges, Gasolene" Stoves Coffins and Caskets. '

navigating the route. .
l ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITS ; ,
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To the Public. M
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For several years I have endeavored to w '" aiiw I Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicit. d and
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withdraw from the practice of medicine, (') estimates furnished promptly. I
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having realized that, being unable to give ..

l my whole time to that profession, I could 0C ") STILING & TAYLOR.

.. not hope to do justice either to myself or
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to those who sought my advice. Not- .
withstanding I gave these facts wide and .1; INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. Sweeping 'Redllcti
repeated publicity,I have been requestedto
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prescribe and to take charge-of cases
from time to time in such a way as to tis [ I Tidisville, Florida. 25 PER CENT. OFF FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS .t '

render it impossible for me to declineto WA ) tS: Incorporated under Laws State cf FlJri a. ,

do so. During the past few months these of L 1r 5'o Authorized Capital, $100,000, Having an Over-Stock of the following Goods we haue determined to makQwaC1earan.ce
consumed alargeportion
demands have
my time, involving a ne"glect of other in- Paid-up Capital, $25,000. : S.a1eOf

terests and affecting my health by the e i A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED them at the Immense Reduction of 25 per cent. to Cash Purchasers for the

strain they imposed upon me. n next 10 Days. t:- ,
would,therefore,announce that,whileI I '
I JAMES PUITCHARD, President, LOUNGES
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would much prefer to abandon prac- W. B. BAKNETT, Vice-President.
tice of medicine entirely I will no longer I A
"VVM. M. BROWN, Cashier. -
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ad-
to those who seek my i .
attempt repel to charge Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar- 1. ( T
vice but shall be compelled enO *f; *
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fees for services rendered in order nett, J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and O READING CHAIRS, ." *' :, c' A

proper that I may be justified in neglecting other N

interests and be compensated for the r? Every favor consistent with ConseryaliyeCorrespondents R GENTS' ROCKERS.E .

time expended in giving proper consideration I LADIES' ROCKERS,
to, and resuming the responsibility Bankinz extended, E CORNER CHAIRS,
In other words, I O Bank of D TETEATETE'S.All .
of, medical cases. .3.CP. : Seaboard: at'l ,
shall expect to,derive an income from the New York; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville. in the latest and most elegant designs and finish.: We will also include: in. .
medicine which will compensate for >= above elegant Ramie and Plush Parlor Suits: for TEX DAYS ONLY! ftl2.0
FOR SALE.
loss which its practice will entail in other > ORANGE TREES :
ways Hoping my position may be un- ... 10,000 Orange Trees, budded from the Don.'t :n ::l.ss Opportunity: '

derstood by.the public, "..".-I choicest varieties, three and four years
I am very respectfully; M old, for sale at the Richmond Grove, Clark &, Loftus
,. .,V. S. GRAHAM. 00 00 Paltnhurst, Enterprise, Volmia Co., ,
.... 'f> Florida. For prices and particulars apply .
Furniture & House Goods
f Enter- Furnishing
llow Your Wife T to J. LEONARD TURQUAND, ,

Doe ab,feel poorly all tbd time, suffer from lack The New Rock Ledge Hotel. prise, Florida. 40 & 42 West Bay St. Jacksonville
enema
of energy and ft neral'no-acoouut'1i8UeSI Land'and Groves for Sale. ,
tion Silt'.needs a tonic. Something la wrong New House. New Furniture. Cuisine best
1I'1th her blood. Bun for the doctor Not at all. Having three places on and near the FLORIDA.
tt7 deu sir. One pnyaidan'a fee will provide her Sanitary conditions perfect. For further Indian River, I will sell any two of themIn f
Gethera
for all time.
with and relief address
\ sore plawnt information
ash.poke-root and po- order to better improve the other.
bottle of P. P.P.prtckly "
taidum). the wry best Woman's Regulator and G. M. BRADLEY, Proprietor, They are as follows: 12} acres on Merritt's Old and Reliable. Established 1S49.
tonic extant, It reaches the source of trouble Island of a mile south of .
quietly and quickly and before yon know it your ROCK LEDGE, FLA. quarter
wife w11l be another woman. and will bleu the Merritt postoffice, $600; 10 acres, two
kind fate that bronze P. P. P- to her notice and Choice Orange Lands For Sale. I miles northwest of Titusville, with 500 P.R.ESLEYCO..,
endorse and recon'mendtt -
roust Our bed physicians
trees in good condition
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household,where six-year.old orange
conducted
well
and
no Three desirable tracts of high ham- half of the
put blood and Its concomitant happiness ppre- occupying almost WHOLESALE
clued should be without it. For sale by aU reputable -! mock land, located on cast side of East ground, $2,500 i 10 acres, quarter of a
medicine dealers everywhere. Indian Riyer. Tract No. 1 contains: mile north of LaGrange postoffice, with '
L, 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of halfa 500 twelve-year-old orange trees in fine I FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS

UnveTonVornsonTourFcettL mile on the river, about eighteen acres condition, occupying about half of the .
relief from your misery Is cleared, a bearing grove and nursery of 10 acres with a good crop of fruit. This
,. at Then hud.be Abbot happyt for Eut a *India Cora Paint the large trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74- last is the north half of the Kentucky Arid C7ommis> .. Merohztnts.a!

*"* 59Ir 100 acres, with a frontage of fiveeighthsof grove. Address, Jerome Twichell, LaGrange "
.< a mile on the river, about six acres Fla.Hids M
A Saul injector free with each bottle of Shiloh's cleared, small. grove and many trees in I'
Catarrh Remedy. 'Price 50 cents. Sold by Dickson 34 78-100 Gilbert's Bar. '
Tract No. 3 contains for
! t. *Grey.TltnsvUle Ha."HackmetacV bearing. Consignments of Florida Oranges Solicited.
of one-fourth of a .
t acres, with a frontage The under igded will receive and considder -
.and ragrent perfUmtuf" mile,on the river, which is about four proposals for opening an inlet opposite -
Price 15 and M cents.s lUg.Sold by Dicksou & Grey miles in width.. These lands are not un- the mouth of St. Lucie River un-
"', Tltusrille,Ha.*..* derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience -i til the 1st day of February next. Said ULMD.'TNES.OTA..
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!f"I- would plant a grove for his own inlet tof made at a point designatedby
.ry Tax' Notice. use on land so underlaid. Perfectly the undersigned and to be a passageor
healthy, free from fog: malaria and frost. waterway from river to ocean, of not ; We have been the Agents of the Florida Fruit Exchange since its organization
;: I Will be at the different precincts in Eight minutes walk from house to ocean I less than 50 yards in width and to maintain I until this season, when they decided to confine their western shipments to Chicago
the county on the days mentioned belowto beach. that character for 30 days before and St. Louis. '

receive tax returns. For further particulars inquire of. being paid for. The undersigned reserve -I for Florida In the Northwest : -
Haulover........Monday, Jan. 27th Benj. Ball 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, the right to reject any and all We have been the recognized headquarters Trade and Longest Oranges Experience of
the Orange
and have
LaGnmjre! _....-.-.Tue8day. 28th Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, agent, Geor- bids. Address, at Waveland, Messrs. for years in the, West. Largest
Titusrille........Wednesday. 29th !,; gianna, Fla. RICHARDS, ; any house
r City Point...*...Thursday, U" 30th OLDS, We have the best Auction Room in the countryand will sell Oranges at
R Sander's-Friday 31st. Notice of Dissolution. 37 BAKER. Auction or Private Sale as shippers may wish. 'f ,

Rockledge..Saturday Canaveral.........Monday,, Feb." 3rd 1st. I The firm of mutual Oliver&consent.Budge is L.this C. day Oli Notice., Correspondence solicited. References. Any of the National Commercial, Agencies il
Ie 4th Houses the Florida Fruit Exchange.
Banks or
Local Jobbing
:, Oeorgtana..Tuesday dissolved to and will solely continue The County Judge and Sheriff of Bre-
Eau GalHe.....-...Wednesday.Melbourne. .II 5th lumber branch of the business and ,l vard county will meet with the Clerk of ---

1 ........ThursdaJ* 6th 8th F.the T. Budge, in like manner, the hard- Circuit Court at the'Clerk's office at Ti- THE YOUNG ORANGE GROVE
Malabar..Saturda.y, .. branch. Appreciating the favors of tusville on January 20th, 1890. for the ,
b'"V. ,, d ,10thllth ware friends in the we bespeak a continuance purpose of drawing the grand and petit Naphtha? IILivftiier"&nibe "
Narrows-.. ..._Tuesday, our past! of Circuit Launch Well located Indian Hirer f pavingnet
11- .. 13th of good will to the new firms. juries to serve at the.spring term ...,. on
St Lucie.-.Thursda4 L. C. ,OLIVER, Court for the year 1890. Take notice Runs 10 cent. "'Price,$3,000.
Eden..... .Saturday 15th i > ; Hired for Short or Cruising per now.
.... .. ; F. T UTTDGE, and be governed accordingly.
I' Fort Drum....-.Thursday; "II '' 20th22nd Late partners under the firm: name and Witness my hand and seal of court : 'For.terms- and particulars. ,. address,.! Bargain. Answer qui k.-
Otter Greek:....-Saturday > this January llth, 1S90. PL i
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Budge. :
Oliver
39 ;>Assessor., W. for R. SANDERS Brevard Co.,* style Dated of January 1st, 1890. 37 39' A. A. STEWART, Clerk:, .. WP", ifUndenvood*Cocoas Fla. ADDRESS-.,,":,, .,;:BOX 0' ,. TITUSVILLE."10> .

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f SNOW IN WYOMING. I places being twentyleet'deep. AHadjacani NOTICE., Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I Indian*
territory is under water. .The floods cover THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, I River Steamboat Co.
t LAND FLA.
The Cattle Losses Will B* the Bearlest an area of 800 mile. OFFICE, GAINESVILLE ,\ Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever -

a Known for Yenrs.Nr I Thirty German eculpton are working on Nov. 30th, 1889. JT Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains

YORK, Jan. 11.-A special to The thirty new monuments to Emperor William Xotice is hereby given that the following- Corns and all Skin Eruptions, Hchedules in effect MAY 12, 1889.

h Herald from Cheyenne, Wy. T., says: LTb named settler has filed notice of his intention and positively s Piles.or no.' pay required -
". There'are three feet of snow in Sweet- rears emigration b.6%ro> from Ire- to make final proof in support of his It Is guaranteed to give perfect STEAMER ST. LUCIE
-- water and Wintah counties and the land and 254,000 from the whole of Great claim, and that said proof will be made be- satisfaction, or money refunded. Price ,
Leaves TITUSVILLE.................... 6
Britain There is a large fatting off in the a a
will be the heaviest known fore A. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit Court, at 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &
cattle losses movement to the United States, Canada and Arrives at Melbourne...............12 noon
for veara Ff'ed has covered for Titusville, Fla., on January 28th,1890,viz: Grey. 1019.
Australia and increase in the
l, five tlxy i jind the range animals are be- an emigration William J. Mims, of La Grange, Fla., H. Returning:

CCUl,.._ *.-...aluted.; It the snow remains, to other places. ___ ____ E. 15637 for the lot 3 of section 19, Tp. 36 Leaves Melbourne.........._........12 noon

i' hunch e-ls will starve: to death. I Crimes and CasuIUe S., of R. 41 E. Drugs! Drags! Drags! Arrives at Titusville.................. 6 p m
At Chillioothe, Mo., the boner in a sawmill He names the following witnesses to Abofe daily'except Sunday.
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STEAMER WRECKED exploded, instantly killing John Rankle prove his continuous residence upon, and

r 04. u..ctru'rtJuJI Ifland. Puget Sound. and William Hughes a brother. of the pro cultivation of, said land, viz: Eugene P. STEAMER GEORGIANA,
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'i. ,..t:,.w is-wued. : prietor. \Voillard, of Ankona, Fla.; John F. Bell, Leaves Titusville Sundays and Tburv

,.?':\-7 :Rn.., : .: ..10.-dispatch R.near Dixon Angelica was murdered, Miss. by unknown persons of St. Lucie, Fla.; C. Chaffee, of An. A Fine Assortment of days direct for Jupiter.

rro "';' rJ."Jfavmend states that the Police Justice Freeman of Lockport,, N. kona, Fla; John Q. Huggins, of Titus- STEAMER WHITE
teaiirnYd* .West has been wrecked I ville Fla. ALEXANDER LYNCH, DRUGS, Leaves Melbourne
; : Y., arrested for defrauding an old former 34 Mondays, Wednes
on Lestipictiun: fcland, Puget sound. The out of $8,000.Four Register. days and Fridays on the arrival of the

skan'el s reported a total loss, but the men were burned to death in Kentucky PATENT :MEDICINES, steamer. St. Lucie. *

outlier and crew have been rescued. by their cabin taking: fire. NOTICE. SYRINGES Returning: !

t' Louisiana: Bon ''-.- You Josiah Kellogg, one of the pioneers LAND OFFICE,GAINESVILLE, FLA. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
of Kansas and Leaveuworth, died Wednesday : November 30th 1889. } STATIONERY FANCY & TOILET r.6'r Connection is made at
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N;:' O i..r\"s. Jan. to.-In the suit of of Bright disease. Mr. Kellogg leaves Titusville
1! loC iC < npAny, of Amsterdam, hold- property valued at $500,000.By Notice is hereby given that the following- ARTICLES with trains of the J., T. & K. W. System

t r. ': (.ver .tfXJ.OC4); of bonds for which an explosion of natural gas at Economy, named settler has filed notice of his inten- hand. to and from all points North and at

-t. c: &'.m L.J : the state of Louisiana, is Pa., George Kirchbatun, aged 40: years, was tion to make final proof in support of his Kept constantly on Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (Smiles

.\1e *n.l asitntt/ for a peremptory almost instantly killed and John Becker claim, and that said proof will be made be- Physicians' Prescriptions carefully ) where connection is made with '

vxtt,'c'u compelling the board of seriously injured. Both: were members of fore A. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit Court, at the steamer "Lake Worth" for all land
: a."..:&'.:!..t1 of Uie tate debt to meet and Economite compounded at all hours. ings Lake Worth.
the society. Titusville Fla. January 28th 1890 viz on
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.ct- ,t1 oir oIer-and demand for thetuui'
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: Mrs. B. Austin, of Louisville, was accidentally Clinton P. Canaveral Fla. H.
the aid bond into roomiliF Honeywell, J. B. SCREVEN Druggist W. B. AYATSOX, superintendent
rlatt. .e.:o;>:*..fa: of the state Judge E11U has shot by her little brother,and cannot E. No. 182G5 for lot 3, Sec. 1, Tp. 23 S., R. G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent.D. .

t J-io t. :/ .,ineut in favor of reLiu-rs. or- reoover. 37'E.He TITUSVILLE, FLA. F. JACK, General Manager.J.ooo .
A train went
wrecking through a bridgeat names the following witnesses to pro"ehis

as-.n'an1 Wellsborough, Pa., Sunday night, and continuous residence cultivation -

from the da Grant Hamilton and Daniel Howard were of, said land, viz: Henry Wilson,
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dating
\i : J; iwMty days jititfut For $1.
killed. $ On.1y
jiU becomes final. Emory P. Cronin, Geo. M. Quarterman, : .
; One man was killed and several injured by Arthur Franklin all of Canaveral Fla.
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"wreck caused by spreading of roils oo ALEXANDER LYNCH, Ten Thousand Dollars in Souvenirs to be Given AwayOn

Cattle ]fen In Confab. I Louisville and Nashville rood near Newport, 34 Register.

FORT WORTH, TeL, Jan. 9.-Pursuant Ky., Wednesday morning the Grand Opening of the

; to a call issued nearly two months ago, 411

a largely'attended convention of cattle Jefferson Persona.Mrs. Davis will presently go to master's Sale. FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION,

owners of this and adjoining states, Kansas to live with a married daughter. Under and by virtue of a final decree *

opened here Tuesday. Its object is to consider Justice Brewer was sworn in aa associate issuing out of the Honorable Circuit Courtof THURSDAY AFTERNOON 9,1890.Partial .

, the statistical position of cattle as justice of the United States court the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stateof
compared with the ,demand for beef, and Monday. supremo Florida in and for Brevard county, List of Prized.No. .

the advisability of demanding a restora- Edison to abroad In dated the twentieth ((20th) day of Decem- Valuation.

tion of the tariff on hides and other byproducts March. expects go again ber, A. D. 1889 In a certain cause in 1. Certified check for.......................................................................tlOf))

of live stock. The originators Miss Ellen Bayard, youngest daughter of chancery therein depending wherein Ju- 2. Knabe upright piano, ebonized case,engraved panels with stool and scarf, 600
o of tke convention take the ground thatif ex-Secretary Bayard, is betrothed to Count lius King is complainant and Minnie E. 3. Parlor suite, five pieces magnificent broeatelle. with silk plush trimmings -

it is proper to have a tariff on the Lewenhaupt, formerly an attache of the Smith and William Barton Smith, her as follows: One sofa, in terra cotta,one large ladies' easy chairin

have wool of a tariff sheep it the is equally hide and proper hair of to Swedish legation at Washington. husband are defendants, and thirty days olive, one large gents' easy chair in blue, one large reception chairin

a on a having passed since the date of said de- olive., one large reception chair in old gold................................. 250
eommittee to visit
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cow. Washingtonin The Death Roll.
the interest of the movement will be John Christie, aged 85+ died at Portsmouth cree, I will, as Special Master in Chan- 4. Pair diamond ear drops, best quality.........................................-..... 250
cery, sell at public sale to the highest 5. Walnut bedroom set, eight: pieces, French beveled mirrors................. 200
appointed. N. H..Friday. He was past worshipful -
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grand master mason of New Hampshire, and best bidder for cash in front of the 6. Set Haviland French china, decorated, 126 pieces.............................. ICO

Eight MnrderereProfe d. Christianity. and was the oldest active member of the court-house door in Titusville Brevard 7. Gents' diamond studs.................................................................... 125
i' :FORT SMITH Ark., Jan. 10.-Of the Thirty-third degree, Ancient and Accepted county, Fla., on the third ((3rd) day of 8. Gents' magnificent gold watch and chain......................................... 125
nine murderers in the Federal February. A. D. 1890, the same being
now jail, Scottish Rite, in the world. the first in 9. Elegant French china dinner set, 149 pieces...................................... 100
who are to be hanged on Thursday the Monday the month and a le-
16th, all but one have made 'professions, Rev. Adolph Rubin, for forty year cantorof gal sale day, between the legal hours of 10. Lady's gold watch and chain, solid gold, very fine.............................. 85

of religion, and confessions of their the Temple Emmanuel, died Thursday, in sale, all that certain lot or piece of land 12. Music box, ten airs........................................................................ 75

crimes. That ,one is George Tober, a New York, in his 75th year. situate in the county of Brevard and 13. Parlor folding bed,.cherry finish...................................................... 65

young negro, wlo holds out that he is Mrs. Maria Shields, nee Howelb widow State of Florida, and described as follows 14. Antique oak hat rack, diamond, French beVeled mirrors..................... 65

innocent Seveu of tho nine are full- of Hon. George W. Shields died at Hannibal to-wit: 19,986 other souvenirs, aggregating.................................................. $6,899.65
Ma
blooded Indians. As all of them are aggravated Saturday nightLabor Commencing at a post which is south .

cases, it is' quite likely the Note 62 and 31N west and ninety (90)) links 20,000 Souvenirs in all, amounting: to......................... ......................49,899.65
whole nine will hang. After a conference between committee of from the northeast corner of southeast Only 2OOOO Ticket Sold at 1.00 Kach.
strikers and President Mackey,o/the Mackey I quarter of northwest quarter of section Committee to award souvenirs: Gov. Geo. F. Drew. Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, W.

Master Workman Powderlj-. system, at Erausville, Sunday, the men concluded thirty-three (33). township twenty-four A. MacDuff, J. R. Tysen, 4.. W. Cockerill,-jr., T. T. Stockton, T. S. Wilmarth.See .

PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 7.-General Master to resume work. ((24), south of range thirty-six (36) east, Sunday's Times'Union for full list of souvenirs.

Workman T. V. Powderly was taken The Flr Record. variations 1 and 32'; thence south par- Tickets good for admission to grand opening of the Exposition.

suddenly hotel with Saturday at the of Windsor influenza Johnson, Boyd & Company, white goods allel with east line of southeast quarterof AM orders for tickets should be sent to W. BARNETT, President of the
complicated case
a -
and quinjsy. Dr. Cooper was called Baltimore, suffered $50,000( loss by fire Mon- north east quarter of section thirty National Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fla., accompanied by the money

in, and after examining the patient or day night. Insurance: $37,500: three (33) township twenty four ((24)), $1 for each ticket. *
dered thai he should be sent home to south of range thirty six ((36) east-two Send to the Secretary for a full list of Souvenirs. Agents anted.
"GO "
chains and
TO OKLAHOMA. (2) fifty-three (53) links to a
Scranton and be placed under the charge post; thence west parallel with north $6,000 IN PREMIUMS OFFERED FOR COUNTY AND INDIVIDUAL
of his regular physician. Circulars Left at the IIon&e of South line of aforesaid southeast quarter of DISPLAYS. Send for full listAll

NEWS IN BRIEF. Carolina Negroes northwest quarter of section thirty-three County and Individual Exhibits addressed to Director-General, Sub-Tropical ,

CHARLESTON: S. C., Jan. 11.-Circulars township twenty-f ur((24)) south of range Exposition, JacksonvilleFYa.j'will be transported Free bv: all lines in this

Condensation of.Intercstta. ? Items on have been left at the home of every colored thirty-six '((36)) east, three chains and State., Send to the Secretary for printed tags.: All space free.

t Various Subject i man in the state addressed colored ninety-three (93) links to a post; thence B. F. DILLON Prea-lt. JAS. M. SCHUMACHER Treas. S. A. ADAMS. S Miss Alice Jackman, who figured hi a sea men of the south. Among other things north parallel with east line two (2)
sational abduction chains and fifty-three(53)( links to post
a
case at St. Louis firt t : "There never was a more ;
weeks ago, was again abducted by two un favorable time than now for you to secure thence east parallel with south line three IiNE I

known men Sunday night I'I good homes in a land where you will be ((3) chains and ninety-three ((93)) links to

A Japanese artist named Tsuedo cut his free and your rights respected. Oklahoma I, place of beginning, containing one acre,
jugular vein in New York, Thursday, and is open for settlement. Come in more or less. Terms cash.

died. Desertion by his wife made life not J I and help make it one of the best statesin Witness my hand at Titusville.' Fla..
worth the living. the Union. :Make a new start. Give this the 27th day of December, A. D. !.

Frank Hoo r. of Dayton, 0., sues the yourselves and children new chances in 1889.
Northern Pacifls! railroad for '10'W damages a new land. You can secure 160 acres SEWARD F. GRAY. FiC ON.
for injuries received by being locked for only $14. the cost of entering it at the Special Master in Chancery.

out on the platform of a car until badly land office there in Oklahoma. Coloredmen JONES & ATKINSON, DU :ONT
frozen. you may never have another suchan 37 Solicitors for Complainant.Master's : ,

t Colored vets in Louisiana and Mississippi: opportunity of bettering yourselves." This is a JTw and Masterly Medical Trcato, and indispensable to every YOUNG, M'DOts.OED. ..
are permitted to organize Grand Army $ w>J OLD MAN who to ff.rin;?from. Wekiwt, Leagnor Lou of Metnorj.B. b'teee.Depression
} of the Kidneys and An tli"e.-H eLopeD'et tr7wAccidtit
posts. Sale. c.: bI.iritA, Uver Complaint ): +s
Tw. It..Vi Lacerated by a She \V.,IT.Jot. ,lhexutae,Pe fly.Vise,,4n1.J.tierTous Debl uty. Vita Babeustiou, sad sf.4
At Minneapolis, Joseph Donoghuted '. sgitl[, Ark.. Jan. 11.-Sunday Under and by virtue of a final decree .
,five mils in seventeen minutes and eight aftf'fUoon. the Boston issuing out of the Honorable Circuit !i
mountains
in &
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ibijjjfcSGBi II.
seconds. This beats the best previous world's .t .1'
Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of
miles [
record by nine seconds. !soiiucivtuty north of here, two .n.1 tr .
boy, named and Charles Florida in and for Brevard county,
Northern detectives who went to Barn- George Gray, dated the twentieth of Decem- ':'".+ii>A hi letter fun fI.p.f''f') only one collar by mAil, MaW ia plain wnP1W'. """ ",.w.
(20) day
wrv out in time woods, amt found what r'jDrKIAU ali. .T.L., }to.asi (jolumbwdreooeer1'I.
well 8. C. taferrett Ad-ii-H >) .
out the
persons con- co!+ : .
ber. A. D. 1889. in certain in ,'' ft 4
cerned in the recent thEo vappospd "'ere two puppies lying a cause W.2Uottwn,M a.e. Prefatory J.ectara with numerous t'rtlntaoUSs :IO' Ju 'vPC"
lynching were told to eo.eplwand
,
under in** lodge of a rock. They ought chancery therein depending, wherein J. Thi- :Hhe Onll ELECTRO.MEDICOI'HytiLOLOCYeverpu' ll'irdaidisab.ol.tel
let the Jeft.Congresa'has matter. drop and leave the country. the it.unnild, which snarled and bit B. Terry is the complainant and A. F. S. perfect. It i*InrjCiubla to Ul ifQlet*},u"reacher the very roow and vitas of dLwn.
They
viciou-dy. and started home. The supposed Williams and Hepsey F. Williams his

$13,940 in before It of a bill appropriating puppies were a pair of cub wolves, wife, are defendants, and thirty (30)) days
the
Ericsson payment claim of John and before the boys had gone far they having passed since the date of said de-
as designer of the Princeton. The were suddeuly attacked by a large she cree, I will as Special Master in Chan For all Disesws of Men,by the distinguished author,!

Princeton was launched in 1841, and was thefirat wolf mother of the cubs, and both were cery, sell at public sale to the highestand HKXBT DuMosr M. D., who ban DISCOVERED. 1 1 ni rots
screw propeller man-of-war ever built. THE ELIXIR OF LIFE AND THE TRUE ESSENCE
bitten and scratched. The best bidder for cash in front of the be eonanlttd inM&icolnfrmaryNo
In 1S57 the court of claims Eft-lesson terribly boys OF MANHOOD, mar I Ietrlctest 1 nC."I
awarded drew their pocket knives in defense, and Court-house door in Titusville. Brevard confidence.ln person or by letter,at hla EleeVo- .
$13,940 but as congress made no appropriation after a hard fight killed the wolf. county, Fla., on the third (3) day of 1ConmbusAv.BoetonYue.
to out the award he never
carry got a D. HEARD A VOICES IT SAID *'COME AND SIC.99
February. A. 1890. the ,
same being "
of it after ... .
penny not even tho Monitor ex- CrapDlee.Cn..thbldMtn.a' ..)
ploits had filled the r-. LOADED DICE. I .IIJ. hiIr') h."'_ the first Monday in the month and a Icgal
with ,
enthusiastic .
country
I.w' K Cuds.z4 natrn.n 3ue. /
admiration of him. :t'PwP.: :; sale day, between the legal hours of
""W1 I o. BUa1' .00000 lIotlt.e o. C1yde S"tea"'sJ.1tp: Co.
All electric wires at Pittsburg ore to be sale all the.following real estate situatein
placed under the county of Brevard and State of
ground.: PARKER'SHAIR Florida described follows New York Charleston & Florida Lines.
The overhead wires in Pittsburg will all as to-wit: ,
be put under ground within a'year. BALSAM Commencing at the northwest corner
The Boston Merchant association Cleanses and beautifies the hair. of block A in Colemans addition to Ti 1
basS IJ
Promotes a luxuriant growth.
nt 11,0)) to Grady.monument fund. Never Fails to Restore Gray tusville, as shown on the map of said ad-
Two thousand four hundred and ni Hair to its Yo.thful Color. dition now on record in the clerk's officeof
etyfl'e -
t Prennte Dandroil and hair, fining Brevard Florida from said
telegraph poles have been hatcheted in : 60s.and '1.00 a Drorrieb.CHICHESTER'S : county, ;
New York, and 14,500,000 feet of wire has point of beginning run east along the I
come down.It ENGLISH south side of Coleman avenue one-bun. -

i*said that First Assistant Postmaster 1 ": PENNYROYAL PILLS. dred and ninety-eight (198) feet to the _

General Clarkson will resign;.he: having accepted r- y Red Cross Diamond Brand. west side of Hopkins street; thence, run -
the office for one"year only. n.easy eUtbl* m for* !.. Safe an! south along the west side of Hopkins .
Sere. Irdlee. Mk l>r rcl et for the Die.s.ad street two hundred and eighty-three .
FeretCBeSenor ,d wtd 11asnbboo.Iiraaatn Taku..tben red meeWeboxessra1.d S.4It&aIpe 4e. (283) feet: thence turn and run west one.
Sagasta is experiencing great difficulty ( ).fur pvu..1an and "li lteptU for. hundred and ninety-eight ((198)) feet to 1

Dr.in forming a new cabinet for Spain. Cflelester Ch.teaie.M.dlio -esq.,""rwSS,l'a.tP.STHMA the east side of Palm street; thence The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follow :

Carver the champion,shot, is danger- M north along the east side of Palm (Standard Time.) ,
ill
in London
ously with
pneumonia. street two hundred and eighty-three New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.
That Tennyson isiU is
denied. He
.
walks
CURED! (283) feet to the point of beginning and Mondays,Wednesdays& i
about daily.A ?, Fridays. Pier 29, E RIm. Tuesdays,Thursday 4 SssJayt
letter containing >$90,000has been stolen II'SCHlFFMANN' ASTHMA CURE said land being In lot two ((2), of section Friday Dec 27. at 3 p. m., DELAWARETbnraday.Jsn. 2I&1 po .

in transit between Vien ..d Perth. mtlUltJ7 relieves the most violent attack N q thirty-four (34), township twenty-one Monday Dee. 30,at 3 p. m., IROQOCI8, Sunday Jaa ft, a!4 a n
Dr. Parke Stanley's 11 waging for results. Its actioniaimmedi. (21), south of range thirty-five ((35) east, Friday.Jan. 3, at 3 p.m.. YEMA3SEE, Thursday,1...5. 6& I a sa
physician, has recovered I .te.direct and certain,and care IB Uw reooh Iia according to the United States Monday, Jan e,at 3 p. m., ,_ CHEROKEE .. 8oa.1ar.lm. J ,&*1 a.
from his illness, and fa preparing to an curable eases A single trial convince I survey; Wednesday,Jan 8, at 3 p. m. '"VEMINOLE Tuesday,Jan. 14 st If *s I
the most eke ptic&L Nee 3tk.and f'1.00.| also that plafof land described as fol- .
leave Zanzibar f w Europe. arnpgtetact by mall Trtalp.tkattel'Ye.toanr Frlday.lan.l0aUp.m., DELAWARE Thursday.Jan. 14. at USaoday. a s
Stanley and .his staff 'hare addrMa. Dr.K.BCUIFFMAY'YNat rai.. lows: The north half of the north half Monday,Jan 13,at 3 p m. m., IBOQUOt. .Jan. If,M t p 1e
started for of lot six (6), section thirty-six (36), Wednesday,Jan. 19,at 3 p. m. YEUA.8SEF, Tuesday.Jaa.11. at 4 a. i I
'Cairo. The Sultan of Zanzibar decorated Friday, lane 17, at 3 .
p. m. CHEROKEE, Tbarsday. Jan. 23.at' s! .
him with the Order of the,Blazing Star,.the OUR LITTLE ONESand township thirty-one (31), south of range Monday.Jan 20, at 3 p. m. SEMINOLE Sunday,Jan. J8, at t.a < i 1 i
first class,set in brilliant thirty-nine ((39) east, containing ten ((10) Wednesday, Jan.22,at 3 p.m. DELAWARE, Taewlay. Jan. 2S. stIjT S
The RUJSi the INTTTtSHRY acres. Terms cash. Friday,Jan.24, at 3 p. m.. IROQUOIS. Tnvaday. Jan. 1Q.a&12__ i
government.!*displeased with Witness hand at Titusville Fla. Monday Jan. 27,at 3 p. m.. YESr a sEE, Sunday ftb. !.at 1 p a '
the restrictions of the Turkish government's 36 BROMFIELD-ST., my Wednesday Jan. 29. at 3 p. mn CHEROKEE 8aDd&1F.b.C at 4.iaTBarsdlyXsb.
finnitf in regard to Crete,and has requestedthe Boston, Mass. this the 27th day of December, A. D. Friday Jao.31, at 3 p.m., 8E1HSOLE .Ie Ul.ra
The roost tmmit nMt and bed 1859..
port*to-extendamnesty.to everyone in nuLgtalno for children verpIIbum.cL for Information
Regarding Freight and to
the Island and to abolish the state of siege. ,t Floods are reported in the rtwest eopw thrr*montb. U cU.tar 8 eo.ns Aaamptecopy oa trial Special Master in Chancery. J. A. LESLIE Supt, Jacksonville; T. O. EOtB.: Traffic '(&ft&jfU. ft Bowline GreeD y.-Ted:
'por.Lion .
JOHN L:HOWARD. F.A.
and Fnrmltun Lbs sect to JONES & JackaonTllle. F. M. IROSitOSQER. F. P. 1..JaekeoavtlJa. .
of Queensland Apart of the,town of any ddreM oa nook*. of a wo- ATKINSON, \VM. P. .CLYDE a CO., General Agents, is South Wharves, Philadelphia I a. Fog 1
Nor,apntot. i*rabmarged, tip w rir in jnanj cwt sLa3p, t. a .- ';':'., 37 Solicitors for Complainant. ling Green, New York. I
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Before an intelligent, appreciative and

discriminating public, present ourselvesand
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FORWARDING
+, t. :-...H d make our bow, announcing that we :
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Ji It. I:.' : \I( 5tlJiLJ.U.h! : \ ,'.r.iII'Ii Schedules In Effect Nov. 17,1889. are candidates for their favors, good e
J 3f Trains of this line Central Standard
run on I
A strictly first-class machine, folly warranted and AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS I Time, and arrive and depart from theJ. wishes and-cash.

nifle from very best materials devised by for skilled the workmenSdwith T., & K. W. and S. F. & W. Union de
best tools ever purpose
trirrrnted to do all that can be reasonably expected pot. As blood is thicker than water, so is

the very beat typewriter extant. Capable of writ. West India Fast Mail.
( cash better than credit. We to
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150 words per minute or more according to the propose
No.
sng 27
PRICE, $100. No-.l
I abi1it1 of the Address operator., PARISH M'FG. CO., 12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m get out of the old ruts, and Sell our

j enti 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 25 a m
I 3 30 p m........ ..Seville ..........3 02 a m Cash. .
4 13 p m..DeLand function....2 03 a in D' tQf
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA 4 23 p m..Oran2e City Junc..l 49 a m We handle a first-class line ofClothing

5l5 p m...........Sanford...........1 15 a m

-:oWE :.- 6 13 p m..........Orlando..........11 40 p m I
7 20pm.........Kissimmee.......10 50 p in ,

WANT 10 13 p m..........Tampa........... 7 30 p m ,
10 45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv- 6 30 p m ) "
HOW? Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between :. .
THE t"
1 CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE
1 New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stopsat Both Ready-made and to Order. .
CaB the world know a man has a good Kissimmee for Nos. 14 and 27 Physicians endorse P.P.P. M a splendid comitlnaooa.
.
supper. and preterit it with for the nn 01
I ef this it/?'-V unless AJlDDBILT.v he advertises. the possession WE WANT connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steam- all turret and stages nf'Prlmk1'T.Secondary. Led Tert1v .

ship Line for West and Havana. Our
Key Ships
You to be sure to Come and See Us
sail from Port Tampa on Mondays and
When you come to town. Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27
connects at Palatka Junction with the Flor- Gents' Furnishing DepartmentIs .w 1

y WE WANT ida Southern Railway.

To Talk to You.W'E'VANT TRAINS BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND Complete. Nobby Hats from
Kh >faons L'1ceJ'll
ary:fvphilla Syphilitic u. at am crt
: WRITE US DELAND. first-class tnd Sures,Glandular S,... tr.s, KbeaAatUrvMaUrla,
Lv DeLand No30 No32 No34 No36 No38 hands and Shoes to suit the lId fironSc n""-, that r.re rctlstsj; all treatment

wherever you live,and Junction..4:45p 8:50a 12:35p 2:20p 4:15p most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and
To Work With You. Ar DeLand 4:40a 910a 1250p 2:35p 7:05p
I I we will ship you a Hand Satchels, too low to quote.
No31 No33 No35-No37 No39 ?
r fine instrument
on
ISDays' WE WANTTo
i Test Trial in Ar Lv Deland DeI and3:40a 8:20a 11:30a l:52p 3:50p' For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can- ate a' 0
Post You on the Markets.
. your own home. Junction.3:35a 8:40a 11:45a not be excelled in the
2:07p 4:10p county. Ctt.irr.X i-Kln Dt',taee.. ic-eina, Uironlc Female Coraplulnti -
f Trains 38 and 39 run daily. Nos. 30 ,llorourisi 1'i.lson,Tetter Cealdiwad.etc.etc.
WE. WANTTo
f.P.P.Is a-xMWfol tonic and an excellent appttl-_ i
and 31 run on Mondays, Wednesdays and We earnestly ask an inspection of our
1 *. Ship For You and See to Your Ship Fridays only. Nos. 34 and 35 ruu to and .
Goods! before
buying elsewhere.J. .
ments here. from Beresford on Mondays, Wednesdaysand efr
I Fridays. All other daily except Sun- I :

NO CASH REQUIRED WE WANTTo day.South Florida Accommodation. \Y. Rogers & Co. 1

either Buy or Handle most of the
UstSl hare tested and Our No. 23.
approved. So. 66.
yon ,
freIght let! building up the system
'. ; both ways if instrument fails to please in Fruit and Produce of this sectionof 8 30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..G 15 m Ladies whose systems are poisoned and whose blood
', j style,price or quality. Ours the risk,yours only p .Is in...an Impure condition. dne to m ntt raal Irrvcnlart-oSiiaj
the 9 33 .Green Cove iii mmm* mitimumffim inn !mm
ii? to give fair and full test, and buy if fully pleased. country. a m. Spring..5 15 p m
; 10 35 a m,........ ..Palatka.:.....:...4 25 p m

] 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied WE WANT 11 39 am..........Seville ...........3 03 P m S. H. RAY G .
12 30 p m... DeLand Junction ...2 11 p m ,
Ii.! by us sine 1870 Oft this TEST TRIAL You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your
III PLAN,first introduced in the South by us. Fair 12 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 03 p m
:. est method of sale possible,and a great benefit to Product, We Can Ship it for You. 3 35 p m.........Titufeville.........11 57 am
.' ; those at a distance who cannot visit our ware-rooms 1 20pm......Ar Sanford Lv......1 30 p m TITUSVILLE, .. FLA.BeD'I .
ties are pcnUarl benefited by the wonderful tonic aRil
1 1 ALL RISK SAVED WE WANT Daily except Sunday. No 23 connects blood cleansing properties. of F.P.?.Frtcltlj Alb fo4
Palatka with Florida Southern Railway. Boot and rutsu'um.LIPPMAN
tJof You to help us to make Titusville Connection made also with Indian
J By this trial plan and purchasers absolutely! assured
:p perfect Instruments at the very lowest distributing point for the Productsof I River steamers at Titusville to and from
'- possible cost. Selling only the beat instruments
.;f, landings on Indian River.
made,that will stand the most severe and the river, and sell our MerchandiseSTORE.
j comprehensive tests,we do not fear to send them out here. Jacksonville and Sanford Accom-
Products
M trial and]ft them stand solely on their merits.
AS vc ask is the privilege of shipping on ae- modation.
I proval No suit,no pay. Our freights if we fau. I WE WANTIn No. 15 No. 78

. 3 35 p in..Lv Jacksonville An.12 40 p m ____. BROS., Proprietors
n WHOLESALE DBUQQISTS.
EASY TO BUY fact to save you money, and can dolt 3'33 p m..Green Cove Spring...Jl 37 a m Lfrpman Block. SAVANNAH GA.r"ujfr'T' .

II if will help us. 4 30 p m...........Palatka .........10 45'a m
Tram you
J YOI rive by either correspondence.ten or a thousand No matter miles from whether uawt 5 40 p m...........Seville- .... ... 9 36 a m
tttp to all Southern States. Our system is 6 38 p m..Deland Junction... 8 44 a m
f.k pwt Prices In plain print and alike to all. WE WANT 6 49 p m..Orange City June... 8 30 a m I propose to keep .

r ,. Discounts One price oaly.from makers No more prices., no less.All compe.Large You to know we are head-quarters for 7 30 p m..Ar Sanford Lv..._ 7 55 a m %- Tf&ivV *

a tiliaa JIICt. Complete outfits free. All freight Daily except Sunday.No. .
,' Vegetables, Crates, etc. A Pirst-OlassStock ; tftejpt't.i .
paid.
Euylnstallmenta. Every inducement that .78 connects at Palatka Junction with
"', any fair! dealing house can offer. "
Florida Southern Railway.
WE WANTTo BSSS
r Write for Valuable Information. Sanford and Ladle Eustis Railway. ;. .
-<>FGROCERIES- aar .r3r-r- -
i Catalogues, Circulars, Special Sell you your Orange Boxes and LEAVE ARRIVE

;, Fall Offers-1889. Copy of newPaper"Sharps Orange Wraps, and will do it if you No. 81 No. 83 No. HO No 82
7:40 pm 9:00 a mSanford.810 a,1:10 p m
._ ; and Flats will come to see us.
. ,' 8:01 p m 9:30 a m..Paola..7:59a 12:47 pm
ALL FREE. Address
8:34 p in 10:22 a m.Sorrento7:34a 12:17 pm
WE WANT 8:4S p 10:46 a m.MtDora.7:22a 12:03 pm

J ,I L UDDEN, & BATES, You to know that we are Agents for the I! 9:00: Daily p mll:10 except a Sunday.m.TavaresJ7:10a No. 18 11:50 connectsat pm EcouocMgu1 n

I
\ Ocala Rock Lime, and willfurnish Sanford with West India Fast Mail. No. II I

: SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE, it low down. 82 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand TRADE
THE TTBELSSS: TOILEB FOB t
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Sanford accommodation for points DRY GOODS
: SAVANNAHCA.
North.
WE WANT
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: MY'SN You to know that we burn our own 27 No. 78 "

t Oyster-SHell Lime, and, of course, 12 40 p. m_Lv.Jacksonville Ar..12 40 p m NOTIONS

"Dal bottom prices. 2 30 p m..........Palatka.........10 45 a m ,
with the who give ,
trill never lot by men it."-BEK.advertise.Fw xue.You -' can you 3 30 p m..........-Seville.......... 9 36 a m I
r 4 13 p m..DeLand Junction... 8 44 a m
Writer. &B.Si: M. H.about it. -iSl 14 WE WANT 4 49 p in........Enterprise.-...... 7 58 a m Mens' Ladies' & Childrens' ,
1 'i:
You to know that we handle Cement 6 20-p m..Ar Titusville Lv... 5 45 a. m

and Plaster Hair. Daily except Sundav. Steamers leave Ti
+' J .. '" tusville daily!! except Sunday,for all pointsto EI: QES.

Indian River as lar south as Melbourneat
\
:: .. ,.: WE WANTTo
6:00 Steamers leave Melbourne
k. r. #. ,,,. a m.
r .. 4 impress upon your minds that we Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5:00a ALSOCROCKERY Yours,anxious to please,
m for all points south as far as Jupiter, I ED. L. o-'IUT.

itiny dealer says he has the\T.X.Dongla: represent connecting then with stage for Juno and all GLASSWARE Ask your dealer for Ed.L.Hontley&Ca'a
(" without name and price stamped 01 Thompson & Etln'artls.oC landings on Lake Worth. '
bottom, put him down a* a fraud. .
Chicago, Halifax River Express.No. HONEST CLOTHINGIf

6 The largest manufacturers of Fertil- 27 No. 78 HARDWARE '

and keep constantly 12 40 p aLLy Jacksonville Ar-12 40 p m our goods are not in the handset ,some
in the west
izers
STOREKEEPER In section, yon can PEO-
2 20 m.-A.r Palatka Lv.10 45 a m your
brands of their p AND CURE THEM from the BEST KNOWN and
4 on hand the following 2 50 p ln...-Lv Palatka Ar.... 9 35 p m largestIn MuL-OBi>EB Wholesale CLomura HOUSE

,.Goods. : 6 00 p m..Ormond.......... 6 25 P m the world,aces that will MAKE YOUR

World of Good, for Orange Trees. 6 25 p m.-Ar Daytona Lv...- 6 00 a m Ship Chandlery Goods.These eyes afford snap TO: and DO IT. If your guessing DEALER bow does we can not ;

as t'r -' of Good for Truckers. Daily except Sunday. keep our goods, send to us and we WILL furnish
World Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, No. yon a Bolt or Overcoat, express or man
; Pure, fine Ground Bone. 82 West Bay street and at Union depot, paid on receipt of price. We will win and hold
with order I We
will be the main features of my your patronage if you try os an
Blood, Bone and Potash. Jacksonville.J. business but orders sent for bare bunt up this immense business 'by our
r A. LAIJNERD, G. D. ACKERLY, x. me anything PAINSTAKING methods and by doing by others .
w ,Chicago Bone 31 eal.Dissolved Gen. Pass. kept in any store in Titus- as we would be done by.
Supt. Agt.
Bone. ville will be promptly filled. ED.L. HUSTLEY &Co., Style Originators.
'W. P. LAWSIIE,Ticket Agt.,Titusville.D. .
F. JACK, General Manager.GEO. .In ordering Suits or Overcoats observe
WE WANT ,__,_.-- strictly following rules for measurement ..'
Breast measure over vest close up under
;. You to know we keep on hand E. CHASE. A. O. CHAPPELL. Will tony Fruits Eggs Chickens arms.: Waist measure over pants. Inside
:e. leg measure,from crotch to heeL
. __ Sulphate of Potash, GEO. E. CHASE & CO., s-First National Bank of Chi. t

' Land Plaster, Or any Country Produce my customersor ago Ref capital 11,000,000; Continental National
: .. SHIP CHANDLERY friends bringto Bank of Chicago,capital 62.000,000.
4V.; : L. DOUGLAS Canada'H. W. Ashes, market.may

Tobacco Stems and ED. L HUNTLEY & Ca, Manufacturers <

$: $3 SHOE 0ENTFL ERMEN. Cotton Seed :I ca}. HARDWARE, and Wholesale Dealers in Clothing
. \ I ask for a share of the public patron for Men Boys and Children 122 and 124

, I,'r":'l Best GENUINE JIA..1\fD-8EWED I. the"world.IIAND-SE WELT'SIIOE.I'OLIf1 Examinehit VED! 8nOE.. 'WE WANT Patent' Lois, fire! Rage __ 1 ,age die, and tator come, asking as a for supplicant your favors., not a. I Market St,Chicago, III. P.O., Box 667. 1 1SOTICE.

tOo't: AND FARlEJtS' SHOE.t You to Give Us a Trial on something. -
\\i: EXTRA VALUE CALF SI110E FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS. A If courteous treatment,good
, J'! V Z.t5 WORKINGMAN'S 8110E. r* goods and low figures is .
- >$1 &ad uwwi 81.75 in vwnjcress BOYb".8CHOOL, Button and Lace.SHOES WE WANTTo I Agent for Devoe & Co.fs Paints, Tule the candidate for All concerned take notice.that I mH .

'ft,!" W. L. DOUGLAS ..merit your patronage by fair and Patent Life Preservers Anchors., Tent & Awning Co., "'public" favor, on or about the 1st day ofjjjFfcbruarvJ '

: honest dealings, and we mean business. then I'melected. 1890, make application to the.Honorablel. .
FOR
\.:." ,; 13 SHOE LA D I.ES. US.Respectfully BOAT GEAR. ,AUi KINDS a! \ ,4* the Pardoning Board of the State-'W
TRY *" .
I, ts 1raterla1. Best Style. Beat Fitting.UGtS'BBOCKTOIf. '. e 'Correspondence Solicited.* 'Telephone j 'f for" Chattanoogaliow Co. Florida for pardon of the 'crime of assault .
ad Agent
y which I
... JOASS -o: i with intent to murder
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." I 266.Nos. .:;. ,Chilled. Plows !and Sugar was convicted at the fall term of the

FOR SALE BY I II 88 ,$ 991'E. ,BaySt., ,, Cane Mills. Circuit Court in the year A. D. 1883, in

.. 0. and for Brevard county, Florida.JOHN .
J. HBCTOE JACKSONVILLE FLA.

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i l" x. Minis. convenience to pedestrians toward the I WALTER S. GRAHAM, M. D. .-

-' 3fr. :M. T. Jones arrived in Mims Sat' Carleton; but alas! the seat 'neath the Office Consultation, $1.00:

urday last with hands ready to clear palms where so many young people have Visits in TituSTille.

hammock and put out another grove. sat to gaze on the beautiful view or double Calls between rates.Obstetrical. 10 p.m.and 6a. $2.00.wilt be charged THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR

watch the rive of the is in
Mrs. Gascoigne and her two children, moon out sea cases,and cases outside the Corporation -
the full blaze of light. are positively declined.
with 'Miss Brown, all of Chicago, are

spending the winter at the Hiawatha? We saw in the distance what we first NOTICE.To .

i School opened with the fun quota of thought to be a floating menagerie van, the citizens and visitors of TituS'- rc

pupils. They are going to work with renewed but on inquiry found it was Capt. Haw- ville: I am prepared to do all kind.of .

energy after their two weeks' holiday.V -. ley's new boat. Her lofty cabin must be laundry work, and am the only laundressin J. P. TURNER & COMPANY

IJt very comfortable, and how she must sail the town. Work done at reasonable
t. rates and satisfaction guaranteed. /
-with the wind. She certainly would
A"m tilii of the M. I. S. will be held MRS. I. H. GOREY
make a splendid camping craft. 38-lmo. Titusville Fla.
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at,the school house Saturday night next. I
On Captain McFadden's at Eau
: ways
All tare' invited. We hope for a good g
Gallie. we see two steamers-the Maggie g- '

program. Dillon, owned by Captain Wm. Treutler, =.0-< ;V::: 4 -' THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR
The Kev. Mr. Cohen preached to a full _> t ri'
and the Gleason Bros steamer, Ramona. : _.n t':)
house the 11th and 12th. A goodly ,
on .0 g -a :.:>
The Maggie Dillon is being lengthened c -. 0 ..
number from Mims went to LaGrange to J1 :;, _.'J:) r Q
12 feet, and will be run in connection r o:: ": a: 2 c t
hear him. We glad to have him in =
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are -" :: : P-. ---
with Treutler's hotel at Eau
Captain ::'4 = -A.,1
our midst. Gallie. o ; -r : GEORGE SI. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GR.UIAMJ., !I. ROLLIS
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Our friend :Mr. Mitchell was made ::: '':J yTZr C...c Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. Notary labile.
Mr. V. X. Lockwood is pushing the :
the of his sister andneice f f-f Hi O Graham C3
coming 1i.obbins
happy by R : : : Rollins,
I work on his store. The lights by whichhe = w- ..:. sw:: ss
last Friday, who will remain with .. 'T. J r .!. sg ., r1S REAL ESTATE DEALERS
is doing the painting, etc.,can be seen (l; ( C j 0 ,
him some months. We are glad to learn :: ::. ALL KIXDS OF I'ltOPEKTY BOUGHT, SOL at
far into the night. The steps that have :: || O ?|. y KXl'HAXUED.
from
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that Miss Mitchell is recovering an been the cause of many a tumble after -. :-: :-=- _. :: -= rn Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
accident that might have proved Q -' : u
; very = -.5s.
night-fall are to be removed and the side- 11. Q -. : =:r:. s- s i i P. O. Box, 250,
serious: 10 :: = -
walk extended on the same level from 2 g S, C3 S
rL. ::: = ___ :: TITUSVILLE BREVARD CO.- FLORIDA
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thrown into ,
Our neighborhood was Sir. J. H. the .. S ::.c. -' r-1
Phillips' building to one "< c e. <;i ,
considerable excitement by the fire that Sir. Lockwood. c \ill s:. MC 0 h = t-3. .e )I
in the southeast Satur- occupied by .:.:.w III P= -....." EZH 55" We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agent for a large list cl ((1
had been set out
To read of the snow and sleet, the ice- :-: --. Z. ;:;- s ro-=oa. _:.0, :i carefully-selected Properties in all parts of BrevarJ County.
day night, and which was revived Sun- burdened telegraph wires borne down ; :::s t;= -r.= RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
day morning by the strong wind blowing Z c: 1( ",:-c.. E. E* i5s on Indian River.
until contact with other wires fused '.. *: r x Our facilities for the ction Real Estate business
trans
from that It swept on toward 0 Z s. % ro of a general are untqiudlftl,
quarter. them, the people fleeing from the wrig- :; oV : ;; o_ and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending I'urchasrs who
hotel Hendry's store and school ? 5 ro- :J'} j
the 0 .... favor with their
gling death-lines as they fell in the street, :: -- X-2.. : may us patronage.
house. These were saved only by the the horses ::.c. n_ >... c=:: :> g :: O No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.

most strenuous efforts of the whole popu- street car decapitated by an o< _-r.x:=:. cr.J:; c ;. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates Jtiring large bodies of low-
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overburdened light wire which merely I lands. Write for
-w priced Descriptive Pamphlet.
and children. The .=.. .UJ
lation, men, women gr
missed the car full of people by one or :- ?rn = M =:
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desolate -- t-1- -r ::
pine woods around us present a ro-
two seconds, the long period of unpleasant '2 : ;. c r.gr GEORGE M. ROllBIXS, President. WALTER S. GRAJI AM. Secretary
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appearance present.- weather, still probable, make us devoutly L' c" :-
5 .. T c == BrovzLrd..A.bstrt lGt Of TltlO 00.,
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thankful that we live in Florida .
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Melbourne. :::... C-w Incorporated A. D. 1889.
where we of
can enjoy every moment
Heavy dews, but no rain. such beautiful days and nights as we ;=..:---' :-;. CAPITAL STOCK, $. ,OOO ; FULLY PAID ; XOX-ASSESSABLE. ,

Ed. Morgan is jubilant over'the arrivalat ha\"e. -'2 Cfir; r Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number anti oOc. for each td-

his house of a lOlb. boy. dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, rit,$100for
Since shooting has been forbidden :MADE WITH BOILING WATER. the first additional and oOc. for each succeeding transfer.

The ,Sew has rented Morrison & within the limits of the borough, a large Taxes Paid tor Ron-Residents.

Hitchings' building for use as a printing flock of ducks and i
coots have gathered
Epps'sGRATEFULCOIFORTING. tiir For a Small Fee we will relieve non-res>ident land owners of the worry tad
office. together in the broad expanse of Crane annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and IniOrv them against loss by Tax ,.

Mrs. Julia C. McQuaig has sold her creek just back of Sir. Hector's place, Sale. 12 .

house on the west side of Front street to and have become so tame that boats ap Cocoa Box 250, Titusville. Fla. .

Mr. 0.; S. Bogue. proach closely before they attempt to fly. -

We regret to hear that Mr. R. W. $10 for each offense is a great protectionto MADE WITH BOILING WATER. i
In.diaJl. R.iver lEIotel
Andrews has been confined to his bed the poor birds. Speaking of ducks, : : ,

ever since his arrival at Sharon Pa. Sir SI. G. Ellis has lately been on three JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO.,

hunts, and brought back respectively 43, = -- Hotel b Furniture
The White, we hear, is to be here on Dealers inMonuments new:

the 15th, to cfrry the mail from Melbourne 52 and 48 ducks, all mallards, teal, etc., A ._ =- _=- is new. Capacity, 150 t
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Guests.
not being bluebills, raft ducks -
alternate with any or < '.
to on days
Jupiter Table witb
supplied ty
Headtione, =
coots. Plenty of game here if you choose C St
the Cleo.C. .
to look for it. :: Iron Fencing, Tentson
H. Stewart is the proudest man in mri
fine made his Mr. W. H. Powell, of Chicago, who ;* hQ. Lawn Furniture / Bananas etc.SaltandEulphur.
Melbourne ; reason, a boy Bttli
appearance at his house on Tuesday forenoon spent the winter at this place three >L., K< Marble, Free to Guests.

last week. years ago, is again here, stopping at the ::: ** Granite, Slate, Sail, Row and Steamboats
Carleton. )Ir. Powell hasbeen trying ::s connected with tie
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Mr. E. McFaul, Mrs. M. McFaul and X Onyx.
: his luck with the line, and on Friday got .5-... Hotel.'a
Miss Laura McFaul, of Toronto, Canada, fast to something hard to hold. The o Enil.:int StI.tp. Best of Hunting and

are stopping with their friends, Mr. and !:: Wire Forcing fishing. Hunters, Dog
line, however, held, and some gentlemen g
Mrs.V.. J. Xesbitt. Slate Mantels and Guns on application. .
walking out on the wharf heard his call Rates: $2to$3perdar. la

The Frost Line has been unloading for assistance. The fish was so game Iron Mantels. ,' a Special rates per week

lumber at the Melbourne and AtlanticR. that )Ir. P. had some doubts whether Le Orates a or month.

R. wharf, for a house for Capt. Jacob or the fish would come off victorious. A Q th tit

Fox, of Buffalo, X. Y. With the assistance of )Ir. Jas. Mcquaig TITUSVILLE, FLOB.3DA.Situated .

Though a number of persons have arrived it was safely landed on the wharf, and Mil on the Banks of the far-famed Indian River.The .
from the proved to be a large channel bass or red : Chief Office of 1:.
from the north suffering S. Signal Service Is In the Indian Hirer HoteL
fish, its actual weight on the scales being
the disease has not spread here F. B. ..
"grippe" twenty-five and one-half pounds. We SACJCETT. Proprietor. ,
K far, and all are recovering.Mr. expect Sir. Powell will be fishing daily !

W. B. Webb is an enthusiastic after this.Shiloh's rAnd all kinds olTilinp, Hearths Wire Mate, and E. L. BH..ADYGroceries -
fisherman, his favorite resort being the in fact anything made of Wire Iron or any kind of ,
Catarrh Remedy positive carp for Catarrh toLe.
head of the Goode House wharf, where Diptlieria, and Canker Mouth. Sold by Dick Send f>r Catalogue, at the Mine time, stating the Grain Garden
son k Grey, Titcsville, Fla. sty)>- of IOf'ds yon are in nerd of. as we hue different Hay Seed Fertilizer I
he entices many a fish to come and see t. Catalogues in the different branches of our ,

him. The Dev. Geo. H.Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind., say K: bUbint'hII. 25
"Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shtlob's 25 I>nnra Street, Jacksonville, Fla. ETC. A
Two colored men, last week were engaged Consumption Cure." Sold by Dickson k Grey, Ti-
tusville, Fla. I call the attention of the People} of Indian River to mjr Stock o?Staple and
in a fracas, during which George Fancy

Harding was cut by and David Murrey. lady Wanted, at once:, as a housekeeper white or light-colored for a single THE BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf

Murrey was arrested bound over to gentleman. Address, SI. E. Gardner, ,
# answer at next term of County Court. Eau Gallie, Fla. FOR THE MONEY! all kinds. Also my Stock of

-' J.'McAllister has finished another well Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat
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for Chas. Creech, at Malabar; and this ,

week will drill another for Frank W.Comstock's o 2... ........ 0 2..... u. ox tj. ONLY $20.oTk !!!! I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line *?
17. 0..3" OOp.. .". Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite and fofieit
<: :::s > .. -- your correspondence
place. He also has several to ::== :-' : ...........' ...... .. ...._ your patronage. Verv" truly,
put down on Merritt's Island. it 'z 111 tj c tFta " E. L. BRADY.

Fee & Nesbitt have struck: a good flow =- 0 ax:::s 0 lie. ,.OO"I'fC .",..- For a 14K. Gold

of water1 on the well for Mr. Wm. M. ........ .3..;. *=' c5 ?R = Filled Open Face, t

Campbell. They go next to Merritt's: M -.w.... "* : tit {4. Stem Wind, Screw Dry GoodCarpotsMattillgs

Island to drill a well for Chas. Magruderand _M cc C-s ;53 C2 P.5 5S ...... fzlll Back and front COM ,

then go to Goat Creek to put downa c fe > pg trllhanELC1NCRWALTHAH
53 < E.2
well for Hugo Tengzelius. o C-- if; Oo1Z r2 OIL CLOTH
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)Ir. D. W. McQuaig has sold his meat -. C 2 H ? ->... -.'-. >c
movement
market business and interest in the: -- 53 =:3 C1 LrL??r.3; C-l: A5 >0 Kohn
g 5s- M 0 f-M ( r Case warranted by Furchgott & Co.
trucking business to Mr. O. S. Bogue, ?z? S-5- yp c==-S_ HH-- V rs makers for 117ean.WATCHES ,
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formerly of Iowa. Mr. Bogue will carryon :: : oa, c-ag: S2J H x sent

the market as heretofore, and with i ::-' ; ? tl-=' tra: f\ t:: I till to any point of the JACKSONVILLE,

)Ir.& mith, will continue to plant garden O iS* i :z S ss t""I i SM: 0 0 JIIl .1 eonntrjwbere there Offer! at all times Great Inducements it the abote-mentioned Artiefe

truck. = S r? S | 3.cJ: 11.z tJJ Is an Express Office

The Town Council have resolved to > s ii;: :: mi. U! tot 0 C. O. D.subject to Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Turcomans Smyrna Ro
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open Front street from the general rs? = sP :: O a inspection beforepurchaslngwhen and Mats.
= S" t-l :T*
e wharf to the bridge across Crane creek, = (2-2. o c """Qg ,

and work will begin very soon. The hill 2 >=- H S S3S ..ll order, ..Is accompanied They! carry a large Stock, and and arc able to compete with prices north. I a
by 50c to visiting Jacksonville do not fail to call on them write to them il are w
on New Haven avenue is to be graded l |:: :tp >Jef pay want of goods. o' or '. JOB
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and the unsightly place at the end of the -3 : 5 S lo t-C M Express charges.iiiiiiiiiiil
KOHN
r avenue filled up. g: | 9Sj t-4 H FURCHGOTT & CO.,

Capt. E. L. Magruder came down with -
the Lela V., conveying a party of twenty g.:; S* 2 O:
ladies and gentlemen to the Goode 5 5. i Eo.c': Wd1eforanmWM. Catalogue 3trzLwborrsr JXdZ3.tj9 j.n Sep'tcrn.bor

House for supper, after which the party :ta= S J-i:::: H. 'SPECK Hunan's Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.QQper 1000. Order arfc.
JEWEL
crossed to Melbourne Beach to view theocean .c;.a::. ?r -" Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our sod and cuffi-
the of the full INDIAN RIvER BRAND manufactured by an old firm the David FertfltetrG*
by light
moon, returning Cor.Lemon d Front Bis
Send for Circular. Also and andDavidge's
Bone Meal Mea
after moon rise to Rockledge.The Cotton Seed ). etc., Maprf
ASTHMAFSflf150118"snyoaa PAI, TKA, FLORIDA. Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalog

new lamp on the bluff is a great tffilcted> IB.TAFTBSO..Rochester,N.Y. :. ." ..:..- -, JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Biter Nurseries, Melbourne, FU.


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