The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00187
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1890
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00187
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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. 23, 1890. NO. 40.

LOCAL tACOXICS.j. -See Rumph's prices in this issue. -Mr. L. Wellhouse, one of Atlanta's -The machinery for a smmill, to be -Dr. G. W. Holmes, City Point, was, ,

j. S. Watson & Co.,have just receiv- -Call on George B. Rumph for fur- large paper dealers, was in town Tuesday. erected at Jupiter, arrived on a car last in town to-day.

fine lot seed potatoes.rs. niture. "Criterion' ," the best 5 cent cigar In week. -Gus N. Gaines, Southern Express

L. E. Spencer, of DeLand, was -Mr.0. K. Wood,one of Cocoa's busi- the market. Try it once. At Geo. B. -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Franklin, of Co.'s agent on the train, has been transferred _

N red at the Grand View last Satur- ness men, was in town for a few days this Rumph's.J. Canaveral, have been spending a coupleof to the main line, F. Stereo; filling:?.l,,x ..a

"J week. S. Watson & Co. have on hand days in town. his place. '* $
1 essrs. C. G. Baker and H. A. -If you want an affirmative answer two cars of vegetable crates. Don't fall -1,000 otter skins, and all deer and -:\ known your wants to;J." S:, 1111.

D& of Providence, R. I.. were among from anyone ask them if they have had to see them before you buy. alligator hides wanted at G. Nolle's, opposite Watson & Co. Theirs are 19, and yours t

1 {day's passengers. the grippe.Mr. -Mrs. H. B. Hersey has been on a Ray's store. may outnumber theirs, and they can

\MontY Money 11 Money 111 to Frank B. Chase, a prominent visit to_ Mrs. Curtis*, Narrows, and returned -Early Vermonts, Early Rose, Bun- help you.

,I [on real estate. Apply to Robbins & orange commission man of New York, is home the end of last week. BANKS, Beauty of Hebron, Sxow FLAKE -Capt. Paddison was in town Sunday,

> Titusville, Fla. here for a few days. .-Captain C. F. Fischer has recently Potatoes-choice seed. Address at once and said everybody is pleased with the

I; Yr. Linton Usher, of Fairmount, -Save your furs and skins and send purchased the corner lot on Palm and GEO. B. RU tru.Mr. excellent display of Brevard at the SubTropIcal ,

;" I arrived in town yesterday. He them to J. S. Watson & Co. They pay Julia streets from Mr. A. C. Gardner for Wm. J. Hentcheon, of Brooklyn Exposition.Mr. .

'1 for'City Point to-day. the highest cash price. $300. N. J., arrived here on Saturday and Walter Howland, who has been if

Q) [Mr. Harvey Granger, agent for thee -Mr. Samuel S. Tennant, of Philadelphia -Mr. J. C. Bonine representing R L.De spent[ a day or so in town before going on a trip to DeLand, spent a couple of .

Witt & Co., manufacturing pharmacists down the river. days in town, the end of Ia. week, on
1 Line, with headquarters at Jack- is: stopping at this place a few days,

.1 i ill; was in town Monday evening. a guest of the Grand View. I of Chicago, was in town Tuesday -Th& baptism of Master McLellan his return to Cocoa.

1 11r. F. B. Sackett, proprietor of the -After an illness about five months I afternoon.The Robbins and little Miss Claribel Eacott -One of the largest congregations
_i River Hotel, started for Jackson- Mrs. L. II. Decker is gradually but surely I repairs on the boiler of the took place on Sunday morning last at have seen in town for some time past

1 1 Tuesday noon and is expected back regaining her health. Her many friends steamer Georgiana were completed a few the Presbyterian Church. was that of Sunday evening last at the

y. will be pleased to see her about again. days ago, and she started down the river -Mr. C. T. Bachelder, wife and sou, I Presbyterian church, when the Rev. Jno. .

again yesterday morning.Mr. who arrived in town last Thursday evening roy, as usual, ably officiated.A .
-5Ir. F W. Austin and wife, of New -Work on the brick walls of the new I
" G. Gale Presbyterian minister, started for a trip to several places called meeting the readingclub
en, Conn., arrived in town on the bank building was commenced Monday ,

. aing train Monday and stopped at the morning, and Mr. Decker, the contractor, arrived here, Friday, left for Rockledge down the river Monday morning. took place at the residence of Mrs. Robbins \.

ad View. will push the work as fast as possible. next morning, preached Sunday, and returned -Miss Marie Thomas of Valdosta, Ga., Saturday evening. Considerable '

'I home to Jacksonville who has been time with discussion was entered. into with regardto
spending some
on yesterday -
J Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfield and -Mr. T. F. Bacon,of Jacksonville, Mrs.
- morning's train.J. her aunt, Mrs. E. S. Wiley, returned the name of the club, its object, etc,
Hattie, their daughter, arrived here M. M. Bacon, of Toledo Ohio, and Mrs.
home a few days and since her departure and the meeting closed with reading,
A. Durst of Crescent City, the ago, ..
Thursday en route to their winter B. W. Brown, of Greenville, N. C., were' ,
e at City Point. among the arrivals Tuesday afternuou. pioneer well-sinker of the i state of Florida :- has been very much missed by instrumental music and recitations.

1 ,is now operating Luke Worth, Fla., the doctor and his wife. -Don't forget the dance next Thursday -
ij -Mr. L. L. Dennison, wife and chil- -Capt. Penny arrived in town Mon. .
where all communications may be addressed -. -Mr. John P. Bennet, a postal clerk evening at 8:30 sharp. Wager's
and Mr. L. B. Dennison, of Gilead, i day with a boat-load of 56 boxes of or-
r and information received. of 'several years' service, arrived here. Hall. LaGrange and Mims take notice.
! la, arrived here last Friday on their anges and some of the finest tomatoes
from Jacksonville on Tuesday evening's No invitations will be sent out, except
down the river to spend the winter that have been seen in market this sea- -Mr. B R. Price, soliciting agent for
Point. the Ocean Steamship Company, was. in train. He started down the river yesterday through the STAR. All are anticipatinga
Sty son.
town Tuesday evening looking after the and will act as postal clerk on the jolly time ; and several our down
Are you fond of fragrant perfumes, -A new top buggy for sale ; hand- arrangement of freight rates from route between Melbourne and Jupiter. river friends are expected to attend.

I sweet soap? If so you should pay a somely finished ; factory price, $115. orange '
this section to northern points by ha! Church services -Cabin cat boat for sale, in good order -
1 at the Indian River Drug Company's Will sell it for $90, with a new set of -Episcopal Sunday,
line. ; eighteen feet long, and seven foot
will be held 11 and 7 Inconsequence
at a. m. m.
visit Cocoa for havefinest harness included. A p.
they bargain.
e i you buggy
cabin. Safe
-Dr. W. S. Graham, Doc. Stewart and of the Rev. A. T. Sharpe's dry. Ready for immediate -
of Roberts
I selection! perfumes, cologne Can be seen at my place-Harry .
1 fancy sweet soaps in South Florida. lims, Fla. 37 Mr. J. Mendel, of this place, started for absence at Courtney, the Uev. D. L. delivery at Eau Gallie or Titus-
Jacksonville attend Schwartz, rector of Grace Church Albany Entirely suitable for fishing or
Tuesday morning, to -
n rite and order some you cannot -We learn that Capt. Rice expects to
be than the annual gathering of the Masonic N. Y., will officiate at St. Gabriel'sChurch hunting trip. Terms reasonable. Apply -
I you more pleased.The move his present livery stable back -further -
at once to John Aspinwall. Eau
fraternity of the State. They are expected if he arrives here in time.A .
annual convention of the State from the street, and in its place Gallie. 87 '
to return this .
day School Association will be held build a house. At the same time he will evening.Mr. jolly party, composed of Mr. and
-Ir. Andrew K. Rowan, of Trenton,
{Late City March 4th, 5th and Gth.; enlarge his livery stable to meet the demand A. C. Gardner will occupy the Mrs Chas. I. Cragin, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. J.
arrived here, for the benefit of his ,
north half of the first floor in the
the new D. Woodman Mrs. Chas. A. Wilson and
F. Jacobs, of Chicago, popular of the times. health
on Friday last. He that
brick bank building. He goes on to Miss Grace and Mrs.S. says ..
School worker world-wide daughter, Dobsop,
day rep- -Mr. M. E. Gruber has purchased two for the past forty he has been .
take New York in a week or so to select a F. Massey of Philadelphia, Pa., arrived years 's
tion is be and ,
to present a
prom- lots on Hopkins street, just north of Dr. building up a comfortable home where
stock of goods which will be opened i'nthe at the Indian River Hotel Sunday .
Geo. M. D. on -
Rev. Boynton, ,
jint part. B. R. Wilson's, from Mr. A. C. Gardnerfor be could peacefully rest the remainder
new building as soon as it is com- evening's train, and left on steamer sue
of Boston,will also be present.Dr. $400, and will build upon the samea of his days ; but the Fates willed) other-
pleted. St. Lucie for Hotel Indian
G. W. Holmes returned Monday stable with a number of stalls]] which next morning, vi!e. The climate of New Jersey became -
-Mrs. A. C. Gardner received, a few River, Rockledge, where they remained -
ning from Orange City, where he at- he will rent to parties wishing to keep a so bad, and caused him jto suffer
days a new upright Knabe until the Georgiana was ready to take
ago piano
ded the annual conference of the St. horse. such agony with rheumatism, that his {
which is now a great source of pleasureto them to Jupiter, en route to Mr. Cra in'sb,3utiful .
hns! Hirer Methodist Episcopal Church, -The steamer St. Lucie has more work physician ordered him to go and find the
her Miss Lena who is winter residence at Palm
daughter, proceeding
ich held its session there, commencing than she can well attend to. She did un, so he came to Titusville. Notwithstanding I
with the of Beach. Mr. Cragin who. is charmed
quite rapidly study ,
ursday and adjourning Monday. Dr. not arrive until Tuesday morning at three his impromptu bath in the
music., Mrs. M. E. Titus is expecting anew with his section of Florida, has been here
Imes, in company with Mr. J. H. o'clock-due the evening before. And bathing pool, he says he feels much beter .
Haines upright piano in a few days. for the past three winters, while this is
ret, of Jacksonville, were appointed he same was repeated yesterday morning .already. Mr. Rowan is one of Trenton's '
Mrs. second visit. The remainder
legates to the Ecumenical Conventionbe arriving here about one o'clock -\Ir. LaRoche, a prominent hardware Cragin's prominent citizens.
merchant of New York who is of the party have never visited this
held in 1891. stoppingat
and leaving again about seven. -The meetings, recently held at the
before. Mr. and will
part party
Mr. Vann's Clifton is meeting with
Mr. Dolph Edwards, postmaster at The steamer Denny came down from in, birds. Yes- remain at the lake until April, when residences of Mr. Robbins and Rev Mr.

nford, made Titusville a flying visit Daytona last Friday, and started Satur- good success several kinds killing of plume heron they return home to Philadelphia.Work Wilbur, at which reading and debating .

esday evening, returning home yestery day morning, towing the Rockledg terday etc., were of Bellamy's work, "Looking Backward." .
left by Geo. Hunt with Mr. Scrimgeour, on Messrs. Wetmore and Glad-
noon. Mr. Edwards'spent a few down to her destination at Indian River were the objective pleasures, has developed .
our taxidermist,for the purpose of mount den's ice factory is proceeding !smoothlyand
onths at this three and : into the formation
place years ago, inlet. The interior of the Rockledge has of a society,

ticed the many changes in our town been so materially changed that the ing. rapidly. 0ur reporter visited their known as the Indian liver L. A. M. B.

provements. He expects to resume steamer is now quite a commodious float- -Mr. W. J. Duncan was up last Thurs- factory Monday and found the building Society. The society will meet once a. I

pe publishing of a newspaper at Sans ing hotel. day from Rockledge, where he is spendinga nearly completed. The main building is week, and at each entertainment one

soon. He formerly published thee few months with Mr. H. S. Williams 30x50 with an ice room 16x22 on the hour will be given to reading and discussing r'*
-Rev. A. T. Sharpe narrowly escapeda
daily Mucotte.Good Mer- He came to this place to meet his son, east, and another building covering the topics of the day, and one hour '

fatal accident last Wednesday, at who arrived last Friday. Mr. Duncan 25 horse power boiler, on the west side. to music and recitations. The next
land timbered with large yel-
ritt. As Mr. Sharpe and Mr. John Hal
thinks the continued dry weather will The main building contains only the
will be held this
meeting evening at Mr.
v pine and fronting on Lake Worth, at Cleveland'sdock
shot birds from Mr.
I of the to that machinery, and the bath for freezing.
cause many oranges drop Robbins residence. Those of Titus-
P our
0., will be sold cheap in lots hard
the kicked Mr. Sharpe so ,
gun remaining trees to this time. The machine is known as an absorption
are on
up ville readers who wish to learn the full \
any size to suit purchaser. Beautiful
that it knocked him off, a-s he was sitting
machine the Stratton Co.
Mfg. ,
iilding sites, location high, dry ancealthy very near the edge at the time. Aside -Mr. N. C. Bryan returned to this.I Columbus Ga. and name of this society, we refer them to "
of is
entirely new. .
; a narrow strip of land only a from a wetting, and one or two little place last Friday and remained here a Rev. Sidney Wilbur, who is the inventor
Mr. of Columbus has
Gunning chargeof
w hundred feet wide opposite this land scratches, he received no harm, but he few days to attend-to some business and the of the novel name and who can explain.to .
for the Stratton
placing machinery
rides the Lake friends. He the artesian them its full meaning.Miss .
Atlantic Ocean from narrowly missed falling, bead foremost, see his reports Company, and he is quite confident they

orth. Prospectors are invited to look upon a large log, which was directly well business as flourishing as the "green will make ice in about ten days or two Jackie, eldest daughter of Capt.

this land. For further information where he fell, and which would probably; bay tree" in Osceola county. Kissimmeehas weeks time. The bath, to hold the salt and Mrs. E. II. Rice, who for so many

w dress P.0. Box 5,Jewell, Fla,or Capt. have been fatal. been his head quarters for the past, weeks has been very low with typhoid fever -
water for freezing, is durably made, andwill
.S.Porter, Lake Worth, Fla. few months, where he has bored several I has, by God's blessing on the skill
and Mrs. F. G. Schell hast-
-Mr. were be tested thoroughly, before attempting -
Mr.T..F.Kid well's fatherarrived here wells. and unremitting care of her good physi-
ily summoned to Starke, Florida Tuesday to make ice, to discover any
st Saturday and will take charge of the morning by receiving a telegram announcing -Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bass and two leaks. Mr. Gunning showed us the liquefying cian, Dr. B. R. Wilson, been snatched

rand View during the time our popu- the probable killing of Mrs. children ; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fort tank which contains several thousand from the jaws of death. Last' Sundayshe

conductor is away. A recent visit to Schell's brother, who is sheriff of Brad- and Mr. A. Ross, of Rome Georgia,I feet of piping to convert the ammo- was able to ride out a short distance

afe house shows that a wonderful change ford county. He was shot while attempt- arrived here on Friday night. Messrs, niacal gas back to a liquid state. The and we trust that her improvement will

been wrought the new proprietor. ing to arrest a negro; whether the negro Ford and Ross left for a day's trip to I salt bath also holds many thousand now be continuous and rapid until she is

e interior has'been calsomined and aU Rockledge, but they were soviharmec entirely restored to health. Dr. Wilson
he was trying to arrest did the shooting, feet of pipes bent into coils to convey thee
wood work re-varnished new curs with that place that they sent after th has earned well deserved praise in his
; or some other, we do not know. Four gas around the tin tanks holding the

at the windows, new matting, new years ago her father was killed while remainder of the party, who started fo water for freezing. The Stratton Manufacturing treatment of this difficult and obstinatecase

.king range, and improvements are noteable attempting to arrest a negro at Valdosta, Rockledge, Sunday morning, in Mr.. Company are introducing their and added to his already well estab-

all over the house. The result ist Tancre's sloop, Isabel. They intent lished reputation as a kind-hearted, at-.
Ga., who had fled from Florida to escape machines into the northern states, several
its rooms are full all the while. Suc- the officers of the law. stopping at the Wilkinson cottages for a J having been placed in Pennsylvania tentive and skillful physician. Doubtless *

*to the new landlord I short time. he would amass a fortune in the practice ._
One of ammonia i
-Capt. C. F. Fischer received a tele- recently. charge '

-Mr. C. E. King, of New Smyrna, requesting him to come on to Wilmington Commodore Hughes arrived hereabout said to run this machine for six months, of his profession if Florida, and especially
gram this Indian River section of it, were not
onnedya resident of Titusville, visited Delaware, and bring the new two o'clock Sunday afternoon,: without the loss of 50 cents worth of amI .
acka>nville on opening day of the Sub- monia. Messrs. Wetmore and Gladwin HO awfully healthy. Such a delightful
steamer St. Sebastian down the coast, in the Tarpon. He had just returnee I f
climate as we have is 'certainly satisfactory -
ropical. The next. Corning he was Capt. Bravo feeling that he did not .like from Jupiter, where he had taken a party r are building a tramway from their factory very
to the citizens but it.
Ound unconscious in' his room at the with the track of the ,
; to assume the responsibility of navigat- of fourteen ladies and gentlemen. Th to connect .
is little it must be confessed
a rough on
oment House. It was thought he was ing the "high seas." Capt. Fischer refus- return journey, from Jupiter to Rock- railroad, so that they can deliver ice .
the doctors. There does not seem to be
atch Sged and robbed, as his pocketbook, ed tQ go, as he was only allowed]] two ledge, was made in 17 hours. The Com- with very little trouble either at the any way here for medical practitioners,

and satchel were "missing. The hours' notice to start ; he also could not modore left here on Monday's train fo depot or on the railroad wharf. One of as such, to get rich, except by adopting. ;

6*any of his acquaintances saw of him very well leave Mrs. Fischer, who is Punta Gorda on the Gulf coast, whey re the most essential properties to makes the Chinese rule of treating patients when

as on. a street car going out to the slightly indisposed, but recommendedin he has a steam launch, which he intend good ice is pure water; this they think! sick for nothing, but charging them a
good round price by the month as long.
position three grounds at night in companyor last his stead Captain Fulford or Captain bringing round by way of the keys. Th they have secured by tapping a spring of as they continue well. .-,-
f edteeday he had not toughs.been Up restored to toUSclOUSDess. Howard, of Jacksonville, as competent Tarpon,in command of Capt. Cano\&. returned water leading into a creek which is just '

to take charge of the steamer. to Rockledge Monday. west of the factory. Continued on page 8. .



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: :::1 '. THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY,. JAN. 23, 1890.

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ovine of the principal oil producers ot Y
memorial to
introduced in the senate a REVOLT
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asking for the abrogation of the Pennsylvania, and foreign capitalists BRAZIL IN
congress federal BATILEFIELDS. looking to the construction of a systemof One Hundred Soldier
FLAG fifteenth amendment to the con- Killed

JOHN: BULL'S stitution, and in instructing in the accordance Mississippi Standard pipe oil lines trust.rivalling It is'stated that that of the the NEW YORK nelro-Ringleader Jan. Shot.at SUe

delegation congress la.-Capt Or
therewith. The memorial further directs foreigners are purchasing 310,000,000 of the steamer d
worth of wills and from
outright, making PJo
the secretary of the state of Mississippi Will Be Asked to Appropriate all cdro, which arrived
Publicly Burned by a Howling to furnish a copy to the governor of Congress friendly alliances with the owners of news of an encounter betweet'

in the Imion to be laid before 8230,000To the others.
eauh state ao
Mob of Portuguese. in that city. It seems that
their respective legislatures.Texans Shoal Forming Oft'the Grand Banks.NEW was discovered that on Deg 1
a part of
DueL YORK, Jan. 13.-Capt. Morrell, about 200 in -
Who May Fight a men number, /S
Groundfor waa
Revolutionary Outbreak PossIble Buy Blood-Stained of the steamship Missouri, reports to the
AUSTIN, Tex., Jan. l&-The issuanceof to the republic and strouglv favorS
and Park ?urposes. hydrographic otfice that he found shoals I monarchy. The ]
at any Moment. land patents to the Houston provisional govensrJ t1f
Texas Central against the protest of At- forming at the grand banks off Cape sent a company of artillery to arrwtl ,

General Hogg has led to a sharp Race. The shoaling to be insurrectionists. They
torney downy fire'
The Land for the Proposed Park is in debris carried the Labra-
due to
Portugal Charges England With Undue correspondence between him and Land the soldiers, and it was rtporUd

Baste in the Serpa Pinto Dispute. Commissioner HalL Both have declaredthe Tennessee and Georgia, and if Gros- dor currents the bottom of icebergs, over 100 of them were killed.
bed of de between the
official correspondence closed and a venor's Bill Goes Through, Will De forming a Ringleaders
..Without... Exception the Continental Labrador current and the gulf stream. J:4Hutt'd.
4c -4UPre u Condemn England's Course-New duel is expected. Known as the Chickamauga and Chat- One of the correspondents of Jlr C.

National Military Park. Flint writes from Rio Janeiro uofcrr
I'!- Portuguese Ministry-Foreign. of' Dec. 23,1839 1
LISBON, Jap. 12.-At Colmora, Tues- WASHINGTON, Jan. 15.-A bill will NEWS IN BRIEF. "The outlook here just
INSULT S TO THE STARS AND STRIPES. shortly be introduced by Gen. Grosvenorfor now Is no*
day evening, a mob composed of students Condensation of Interesting Item on assuring. Last '\" of

and others, marched through the Remarkable Speech Made By Mr. Sewell, the establishing of the Chickamaugaand Various Subjects. regiments of artillery mutinied, tor* "

streets howling and denouncing the English Ex-Consul to Samoa. Chattanooga National:Military park Bismarck has a superstitious concern of the republican flag and hoisted the

and completed their riotous BATH, :Me., Jan. 17.-Harold M. Sew- The project originated with the Societyof 1890. It was long ago published of him that other flag, cavalry all tX *f

; demonstrations by burning the British ell; late consul to Samoa, left for Washington the Army of the Cumberland a year he confidently believed that he would live infantry

nag.a :Monday afternoon, and his tripis ago last September, and much study of till this year, but his Intimates say that ho artillery to subdue them. They fiat t

: the field and preparatory work has since does not expect to go much, if any, beyond the Sao Christovao artillery ci
Rioting Elsewhere. here to have considerable .
thought till after 12 o'clock, and 100 of
it.The the
Noisy crowds wandered through the litical significance. In his speech at been done. As finally perfected, the were killed and wounded before the
po-I unprecedentedly low of the
stage water
of the Tennessee the
: Union Armies
streets at Oporto :Monday night,cheeringfor presentation of a flag to the In the Mississippi is the wonder and chief urrfndered.

the independence and integrity of school Monday, he emphatically Cumberland, and two corps of the Army topic; among the people along that river. At "To-day twenty-one of the rn3.era .*
clared that the which threatensus of the Potomac are equally interested.On vri
Portugal, and shouting, "Down with danger Burlington it is eight inched lower than it were shot. None of theu _
England." A crowd attacked and stoned is our lack of sensitiveness regardingour the Union side eighteen states had has been during the sixty years since white sioned officers were in the mutiny,1 +

the British consulate. The authorities nation's honor. He said: troops in the battles. On the Confederate people came to thai section, and is still failing all the non-commissioned officers"R (rJIt

the Mr. Sewell's Speech. side fourteen. Of the Confederate fast. The trouble was owing to the difc

consulate have since to placed protect a police it from guard further at mo "If I were asked to name the greatest armies, that of the Tennessee, under The Cronin murderers have applied for a faction of the soldiers with their my tf''

danger to the republic I would not findit Gen. Bragg; of the Mississippi, under new trial. "The police are paid two morels a f e4"and
The civil has forbid-
lestation. governor in of those with which our campaign There is talk of backed the soldiers claim that they vt # '
any Gen. Johnston, and of northern Virginia a new company,
den the holding of the contemplated
have made famiiiar not promised the same It is said a std
orators us ; by English capital and support by Pennsylvania ram
Gen. -
meeting of students to protest against under Longstreet, are equally of the old Conservatives
In free trade or protection; not in centralization producers, to fight Standard oiL Lfl
.. the English demands upon PortugalPinto ; nor states rights, for our interested. At Elkader, Iowa, Wesley Elkins, aged have been tampering with the Ii>Lj p

Cheered. people are not so servile as to be enslavedby Location. 12 years, pleaded guilty to a charge of murdering and were at the bottom of the rcw] tk

The students had gathered to hold the the one nor so short-sighted as to per The following is the first section of his father and stepmother, and was night s

If meeting, when the prohibition of the mit the other to be carried to ruinous and the bill and will dhow the location of the sentenced to imprisonment for life at hard "Early this morning Silveira ,

civil governor was announced. They absurd extremes.We proposed park: labor. Assis Martins, Barao tie Lagoe, Lr. ?1t

'dispersed, cheering for Pinto and the Lack Spirit. "Be it enacted by the senate and houseof The claims of New York and Chicago to Duarte, Dr. Ferreira Vianna, nr.L:*
integrity of Portugal. "Our danger is not that we fail to representatives of the United Statesof the, world's fair were presented Saturday to justice in the last conservative nun

"Down With England!" properly conduct our affairs as among America, That for the purpose of pre- the senate special committee Bon. Chauncey and Commendador Braga, c;"c of ,
and for historical merchants of Hio f
The demonstrations of students con ourselves, but that we fail to maintain a. serving suitably marking, Depew argued for the former and Mayor : leading dc Jasc.

tinue to keep Lisbon unquiet. Tuesday firm and becoming attitude toward oth- and professional military study, Creiger for the latter. were arrested. !A
the fields of of the remarkable received x
they veiled the statues of the old Portu- er nations; that we want in proper National some most Mrs. Page of Texarkana, Ark.; has given. Newspapers by mrr-haaf "
and most brilliant here from Brazil state that
maneuvers fight- birth on \O1
navigators around the Camoens pride. Worthy of emulation is to healthy quadruplets
guese in the of the rebellion and when the of the
ing war news
monument, as a bign of National mourning that spirit of military Europe which upon Near Vincennes, ImL, a vein of coal four rz Red
the of to the Umted Maranho there
The crowd looked on with sympa- everywhere unfurls the country's flag, ceding jurisdiction and a quarter feet thick has been struck. was a olUjian
States the states of Tennessee tween citizens and
thy, and shouted: "Down with EnglandP and ever holds it high before the Pe llo. by and The Kentucky state senate passed the bill troops, four rf
Georgia, respectively, and the report of former being killed and a nt:::._. jjjIBS
"Down with the pirates! A Worthy of emulation is that spirit which prohibiting the sab of cigarettes to boys '
the of the United States wounded. When the
revolutionary outbreak is possible at any fosters;! National sensitiveness and jealousof attorney general under IS years of age. president apt
that the title of the lands thus ceded is ed by the provisional
moment National honor, which teaches the Now it is said that the Anarchists In this government am." !
perfect, the following described another outbreak occurred but ri
Seven y Arrests. people to resent the slightest stain uponit country despair of bringing about a revolution ,
in those
states declaredto bloodshed.
are hereby was no
At Oporto it is proposed to start a fund as they would upon their own. Ue approaches to and of the and will commit suicide after burningall
I "Such a spirit we need us to parts the in the various t
to purchase an ironclad. among Chickamauga and Chattanooga National property cities that THE COLOR LINE IN SCHOOL
day. But with me to the distant they
Owing to insubordination on the part go established the possibly can. 13
of the colonial officers of the Portuguese islands of the Pacific see as I have seen Military section park of, as this act, to wit by: second Hawes, the Birmingham murderer, will be Colored Children Driven Out by VTklt En

government in Africa. the that flag humiliated and dishonored : hanged Feb. 23. Scholars at Alton ilL 1
newspaperspredict First the road
Missionary Ridge crest
it will be some time before the and you will come to realize that eternal from Sherman Heights, at the north end Much damage was done in Canada by a ALTON, 111., Jan. 11.-The excite: .

civil and military officials in Nyssaland vigilance is the: price you must pay if i of Missionary Ridge, in Tennessee windstorm Monday. here over the trouble betweea the .carj
be to withdraw from you would have it respected, and you I Burke. Coughlin and O'Sullivan,convictedof his
can prevailed upon where the said road enters upon the of education and the colored pelplr i@ a
their A dispatch will learn to love it as you never have complicity in the murder of Dr. Cronin i
respective posts. Belegoa;: ground occupied by the Army of the creased Friday and culminated fa
states that affairs there are quiet. before. When it ceases to be respected were f ef used a new trial Tuesday, and 8e:1-
Tennessee under Gen. W. T. Sher-
Maj. small riot The city of Alton has
abroad the mission of ships is done enced ]_
your to the e
Two Portuguese corvettes are at anchorin penitentiary: for life. Kunze
in the of
man, military operations Nov. vided schools and fcd
separate teachers t
and the ruin of noble industry will
your was grantM a new trial.A .
the harbor.
2land 2;). 1833 thence said
along road colored children, but the chilrden s&j
be first to warn us of our National de crate of strawberries!
ENGLAND WAS TOO HASTY. through the positions occupied by the was shipped from their parents have all along control
cay. Charleston, S. C. to
Disrepected All Side army of Gt n. Braxton Bragg, on York ou the 13th that it was their right to elteud a
Portugal bends a Note to the Powers Con on Nov. 25, Ib63. and which were assaultedby I inst. with the white children.
.' "And is that flag respected now! ask
cernlng the Dispute. the Army of the Cumberland under the month m'xr
.Foreipn. During past a n ;
The government sent a circular note the capitalists of Bath; ask Compton, of Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas on that The strikers at Charleroi, Belgium, now colored children left their schools: ;

.to the powers, on Sunday, relative to the the Samoa Ilaytian ask the Republic officers; ask of Auams-at our day, to where the said road crosses the number nearly 18,000. attempted to go to the white set:-

England did not wait for the reply of and Peru, and they will tell you that Tennessee, near Rosseville Gap, Georgia, at Lub ek Wednesday. Eight were by their children, called on Prof
the ground occupied by the drowned. school
upon Powell the and
troops at high ,
Senor Gomez of Jan. 10 to the note of there is not a flag of any civilized power :
which is less than of Maj. Gen. Joseph Hooker, from The Peter's ponce for 1S79 yielded to the such a forcible demand for the
respected our own.
ultimatum "Not since nation the Army of the Potomac, and thence, pope $30,000 kbs than in 1S6S. The legacies mission of their children that Po-n

on mere reports Maj. Serpa long affront a that great third-rate put in the state of Georgia, to the bequeathed to the pope during the year succumbed, and the colored cl
Pinto had the us an no
disobeyed telegraphic orders junction of.said road with the Chattanooga
amount to 8700,000. walked in among the whites and
in would have
sent him the Europe
by Portuguese
government and Lafayette state road at
The French government is about to their seats.
: -
for moment without its Na- negotiate
in compliance with the wishes of a staking
Lord Salisbury.Maj. tional life to resent it. Pending a con- Rossville Gap; second, the Lafayette or a loan of 100,003,000 francs for the purpose Driven Out by the Scholar
state road, from Rossville Ga. to Lee
Pinto, the note says, quitted ference held at our capital, presided and Gordon's Mills, Ga.; third, the, road other of constructing French colonies.railways In Tonquinand The white pupils began packing .v-

Nyassaland and the Shire district three over by our secretarY of state, in defiance from Lee and Gordon's :Mills to Crawfish their books, and notified the n

weeks ago, some time prior to the send- of an honorable understandingwith Springs, Ga.; fourth, the Dry Valley The Mexican police have discovered a large tendent that they would have

ing of the orders and is now sick at this country, she seized the very road from Rossville, Ga. to the south- counterfeiting establishment at Tehuacan. Some of the young ladies grew **ra::rr
territory the of which Over *100,0 formed and the mad. The result
Mozambique: The note further says autonomy ern limits of McFarland's in Missionary boys got
the basis of the Gap, : large quantity of tools, eta, have been !
negotiations the colored
Senor Gomez never alluded to arbitra- Ridge; and each and all of these as 'soon as protectors
tion during the negotiations, but sug- "The rights of our citizens were disregarded herein described roads shall, after the eized. left the white pupils assaulted the Ua:

gested throughout the holding of an in- their property destroyed, their of this act remain free Three of the British men-of-war which and drove them from the school hoax]

ternational conference to settle the diffi- lives imperiled, our flag was trampled public passage highwavs. and, all rights open of as sailed southward with the fleet from Zanzi- and school yard. They then returned I
and burned and way bar, on Saturday, have returned to thatFbor.
culty. upon returned to us a triumph to their desks, and the <
now existing through the grounds of the
charred and tattered The object of the mysterious
and movements
fragment, yet folks nave abandoned all their i
England'ii Course Condemned. park and its approaches shall be
\ -and I speak now of fact and ten- tinued." con- of the fleet, if they have any object, and are vowing vengeance.
The continental press, without exception dencies not of all has not yet been revealed.Alfonso's .
parties-there At
was a meeting Friday afternoon
condemn the course of England In The area which it is desired to
those will remember trustees for condition continues to Improve red
you school board of Upper Alton
the and is "inclosed line
matter the British
openlyaccu.ce the time, of the nation's honor, who saw by a begin- and his restoration to perfect health Is con- to dismiss the colored school in
government of having, after the manner '" ning on the Lafayette or state road in sidered certain.
in this
of a freebooter, wrested from a helpless 'only a discourtesy. Georgia, at a point where the bottom of Nearly all the Madrid addition and substitute a mixedin
her which the ravine next north of the house papers sympathizewith its place. Action was also taken tel
: power territory right to shedared A PIOUS MURDERER. Portugal,and declare the conduct ofEn1a.nd the Inca
of boundary
known the field of
not submit to arbitration. on Chickamauga as
,: .
Advices from He Prays for Divine Mercy for Himself as the Cloud house and being about 500 which will admit some of the blacks f
Mozambique.The consul of Great Britain in has
Hayti the
and Victim. yards north thereof; thence due west to high building.
mails to Lord
Mozambique confirm reported Salisbury that he has been
the report that the country in the course COLUMBIA, S. C., Jan. 14.-Another the intersection of the Dry Valley roadat subjected to gross insult by the Haytian Complete Victory for Ute DIMbThis

of the Zambesi river is tranquil. SultanMacangi're brutal lynching is reported from Barn- McFatland's Gap; thence along the government. is a complete victory for tin]
west side of the Dry Valley and Craw- blacks and excites deal cf latter-i
is expected at Quilhmane toratify well county. Thursday, William Black, There Is great rejoicing in the Charleroi a great
fish to hoard
his vassalage to the King of PortugaL on inoffensive colored boy, 'about 20 the road Spring from Crawfish the south side Lee of mining district, Belgium, over the termination ness and indignation, but the Itselfon ]
Springs to having taken legal advice, justifie-
Gangemhama is preparing for years old, was tied to a tree by the neck and Gordon's Mills; thence along the of the strike. Work Is being resumed the plea of necessity. The whitI
war with Binguana, but the Portuguese and waist and his brains shot out by channel of the in all directions. the; hours of work are reduced ckfana
river and
Chickamauga toReed.s threaten to desert the schools j
officials at Inhambane hope to avert the David Ready, a white man for to nine per day and the wages are Increased -
..conflict having bridge, and thence, in a straightline 10 on their school taxes.
stolen some clothing from Jim Bennett per
:, to the point of beginning contain-
The Political Situation. last summer. For this offense Black and Groweraoodatlcm at!
ing 7,600 acres, more or less. .. The Ohio Wool
The commercial associations of Lisbon pleaded guilty at the full term of Barn- A Two boy suitors for the hand of a Columbus, Tuesday adopted resort cs..

-and Oporto have issued a statement in well court and served a three months' 8250,000 Appropriation Wanted. lady at Atchison, Kan., decided their young fate mending protection for the wool 1Dlatr1

! regard to the political situation. They term in the penitentiary. He had been The following is the last section of the by drawing straws. They agreed that tho and issued an address to the people of U-

-.-protest against the circulation of reports home only a week, and had given no offense bill: one who received tfie short straw should United Stato.

that difficulty exists in the way of the to any body. "To enable the secretary of war to kill himself within thirty days. H.tried _
before he shot carry out the purposes of this act, in- to Pe ODaJ.
formation or the new cabinet, and declare I Ready, Black, knelt do so, but was unsuccessful and declare .
that the country is tranquil. They down beside him and prayed for the deliverance cluding the condemnation and purchaseof that he will try again. Ex-President Cleveland and his .u.1riI

..are unaware of the existence of any republican of the boy's soul, and that the the necessary land, marking the J. C. Parruh soon gp to Florida for a few irtetai
was hanged at
agitation. act which he was about to commit boundaries of the park, opening or repairing Raleigh, N.
C. for
New might be forgiven. Then Ready slowly necessary roads,and the pay and violating his own daughter. He WANTED TO LYNCH HIM.
Portugal's Ministry. died declaring his innocence.Ed. .
arose and deliberately blow the boy's expense of the commissioners and their An Armed Hob ClanWlng for tbb. m..l
Senor Pimental has succeeded in cornpoeing brains out. assistant the sum of $250,000, or such Church, who poisoned his father,

7 a ministry, as follows: Jim Bennett and his portion thereof as may be is mother, sisters and brothers at Huntington, of Dart. Farrall.HUNTINGTOST .
son Willie and necessary
Premier and minister of the interior Walker with hereby appropriated out of W. Va., was arrested Sunday in Mason W. Va., Jan. 15.-
colored any
one a constable moneysin
and ad interim minister of war-Pi- Heavy Sweat, were all standing by and the treasury not otherwise appropriated county. sheriff of Lincoln county was limit

mental. witnessed the cowardly butchery. Trial and disbursements under this act Walter Oliver was shot and killed In a the jail at Hamling Friday night *&*ss*

:Minister of justice--Loyronaz. Justice Dunbar, acting coroner, has not shall require the approval of the secre- saloon, at Dayton Tenn., by Morris Prank.', an armed mob that was cla"inring for
Minister of finance Bianco. no.
yet committed these accessories to jail, tary of war, and he shall make annual the blood.of Bart. Farrall, who kme4
Minister of marine '
-Arroyo. the above report of the same to One farmer"was fatally shot and another weds
Minister of affairs Ribiero. although facts were adduced congress. James Butcher, on Harfs creek a
foreign from the at the brutally whipped by a masked mob near of the H-
Minister of works-Aronca. testimony inquest Ready ago. Butcher was a follower
public Crothenrllle Ind.
was permitted to escape, and has, it is CHINESE COOLIES Morris fields. The work will undoubted w

Stanley Decorated. reported, gone to Augusta, Ga. Being Smuggled Into the United States Oliver at Dayton Franklin, Tenn.shot Saloon and killed Walter. open the whole 14"" county wa&

r CAIRO, Jan. 18.The khedive has decorated quarrel.Th
Through Lower California. DaajhtwtRIUUUH.
STARTED Hanged for Assaulting HI
with the Order of the fire
Stanley Record.
SAN DIEGO Cat Jan. I"u-'
15.-New facts N. Jn. 14.- l
Medjidieh Stanley: says that Lmin Railroad Buildings and Several Carloadsof The training stables of Macey Brothers, a. "
in regard to influx of Chinese to Califor- rish I1aa Thun&I' fct'
was hanged
Pasha is animated desire at Versailles,
by a to serve Cotton Darned In Texas. Ky., were destroyed by fir a
the government, and suggests that he nia from across the border, were broughtto Saturday. Forty-six horses, Including the sault upon his own daughter. 11. :

t be given! an appointment. which to him WACO, Tex., Jan. 17.-Monday after- the city, Friday, by Charles Scott, a great stallion, "Bell Boy," were burned to maintaining his innocence. H* wM *

"would be the best medicine that could beprescribed. noon fire destroyed a large amount of resident of Ensenada, Lower California. death. years of ag and had wife and teren

; Stanley's suggestion is that cotton at Harrison station in this coun- He says the heathens are coming to that The Monarch distillery,at Peoria, BL, was children. ParrisA said nothing CD ahet

I a lie be employed in a purely administrative ty. A. freight train was just nearing port in considerable numbers from Mazat- damaged by fire to the extent of 150000. It Jta OWB. He dieCl by idinnyulatum

capacity in Suakim, Wad Haifa or Harrison when the cotton on board nan by steamer, and are thence brought to is the largest in the world. hanging eleven zninutts.

elsewhere, believing that his presence caught fire from the locomotive, and in the American side by men who make a Elevator No. 3, on the north side of the Fire in an iras TTork.

.. would have a conciliatory effect on the a few moments two carloads of cotton business of such transportation. Mr. Patapsco river, belonging to Baltimore Elo- RICHMOND Va. Jan. 13.-A fir* co-
natives. Stanley considers 'the wisdom were in full blaze, and in this conditionthe Scott thinks the Coolies come direct rater company, was burned Monday night, curred at the, Old,Dominion Iron won

of the Congo route a* having been incontestably train'mshed into the station and the from China to the coast of Mexico on with all Its content The total loss is between in which

1 .. proved depot buildings caught fire. Before the French steamers.A $700,000 and $900,000. The :British man Belle was Isle fatally Friday and zt.ght three, other* :::

fire could be gotten under control several steamship Sacrobosco which was lying PenfcnM was
: -. i The Fifteenth Amendment. Rival for the Standard. ously injured. Robert
carloads of cotton and the railroad alongside also
was totally destroyed Involving will *
JACKSO.V, Miss., Jan. 10.-Gen. A. M. buildings were destroyed. The loss, it is SEW YORK, Jan. 14.-The Sun says:. a loss of 150000. Three sailors are struck J by a falling beam wa destroyed.
live. The blacksmith shop
1 'West1 from Marshall county, Tuesday: estimated, will teach $20,00(1 ar A combination ie being made between missing .



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II :. 'I THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 23. 1890. "' ..: ,. j

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''I ole! Catarrh that President Brevard Secy. Drevard Ab- \
pelt's Catarrh Cure. Abstract Co. etract Co. A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville

EY &;CO., PropsToledo O.the BOBBINS & GRAHAM, ,
's.tlI l1odersigoed. have known F.
Fla. 1
for the last 15 years, and be- ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW COMMERCIAL / ,
1 honorable in allbusiSSSrwd ,
o biD able to P. O. Box 250,TIXUSVILLE, Brevard Ca, Florida.' 1
financially Will practice in all the ounties of the Seventh Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines .

out &DY obligations made by theirTJtU.1X. ties Circuit for and Examining In the Supreme and Perfecting Court Land Special Titles.f&clli- NEAT AND PROMPT. Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & .

Wholesale Druggists, Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs Institute. White Organs and Chicago Cottage }
to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 Organs. .

1'o1edo. o."N.L'l & MARVIN, Whole- D. L. GAULDEN, Full Commercial Course of Book-Keeping, -FOK- I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest :!
e4ggistsTOledo. o. I etc., including Penmanship and station High Grade
I Mathematics, $30 00
Toledo Sational
i.Pj l oESE."i. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Books, paper, pens, ink, etc., for same 8 50
Bank, Toledo, O.fIlI" Penmanship complete course 5 00
Cure Is taken intern- Titusville, Florida. Mathematics,per month 3 00 j
Catarrh the blood and Payments to be made, cash one-half down for any P I A N. 0 S
, setJDSt directly Testimon- A. M. THRASHER, branch. Money f cr text books, copy books etc., JOB PRINTING
. surfaces Price of the 75c system.per bottle, Sold cash In full For further particulars apply to
free ,
;en' 38 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, i
R tjdruggists. P. 0. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA. E. H. SCOTT, Titusville, Fla. OB
Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh
NOTICE. Circuit and Supreme Court. / 3 I I

r Zfosrfceen r {JtienI of Brevard by County the :commis- ALLEN E. HEYSER, ... .*,.. ORGHS- i la a I
appointed .. .
" ,3 J said county to represent at Jackson-her atb.Tyopical : .-" _",]*0'XSZ.Sz&s,.THE-.0.... ..... 7-.-,o .Bsaj: f.. -6UCH AS : I

Exposition Attorney-at-Law and
*' ,k LSch opens on January 9th, 1890, Conveyancer. t,1 .BEST Zg&\) j
* the resources of the county as l.ake'Vorth Dade County, Florida. are these put cp by FOR LESS MONET than any other hones in the I
United; State I Will Piano
ship a to
or Organ
1 king have no hesitancy in saying that I Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade 1 !D. 13. FERRY & CO. any honest man or woman on trial and U not ,i
of County lands.JONES satisfactory, I will freight both $25 '
z with a hearty co-operation Who are the Largest pay ways.
believe, cash and $l0 a month Piano, and $10 cash and I
will not only make the best Seedsmen in the word.! LETTERIIE.iDS.l"OTEUE..DS, on a
, nle,we & ATKINSON D. 'I.rFRRV&Co's $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
'It bat will capture the capital prize I Beautifully llu! :rted, Descriptive more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
II It will be impossible for me todi and Priced terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for
,.iI .11.f4fi. : I thereforei Attorneys-at-l FREE CATALOGUE containing full information. .
i.: i and every producer Sheet Music Strings Violins Banjos, Guitars Ac'j
I ply i request everyone who has any- Titusville .5 lor: iSgo will he mailed F l EE to all cordeon, and in fact, every Musical Instrumentthat
.! Yorthy of exhibition to write me. Florida. applicants, and to last season's cut is made,and at very low prices bend for complete .
exhibit of the tomers. It is better than e'ver. Every : BILL-HEADS, Catalogues. I have 20,000 pieces of Choice
S we want is a full pro- T T. SANDERS, !'e'r<:on using Garden,Flower Music: at 10 centf per copy.
We do not ask as a ri''i SEfcISshouIdsen F
county. or : font.
fi A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5 ,
will a fair price for allIUeTTo D. M.FFRnY6.C y
on; we pay J!
the ladies do we especially ap't.Jfarsome ,
I- domestic work. Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Ju I cuS5k : .v. STATEMENTS,
of their dicial Circuit of Florida.P. J. MOA T ,T .ISTER
1 R. P. PADDISON, ,'"
!IIi I Commissioner. EAU GALLIE,
Money to Loan. 11
tdl. Is Sink ARTESIAN
PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup prepared to
EIlIClSrws )-. DENTAL OFFICE OF WELLS at any place between Georgianaand

'is what you ought to have, in Barrels $2.25. FOLDERS, St. Lucie ; 75c. per foot to 300ft. .
' must have it, to fully enjoy life. DR. L. T. DANIEL, Will contract to any depth.
ld.10D order.
: Gauged to ten cents extra.
are searching for it daily and COCOA, FLORIDA

i jsands because they find it not. Though Will be at the Grand View Hotel, Titusville. on Whoelwrighting and Repairing. EACOTT & CO.
thousands of dollars are the First Mouday in each Mouth, for one week or ,
upon more. Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteed INVITATIONS,
they; may attain by our this people boon.in the And hope yet to be satisfactory. 11 C. O. B. TITUSVIIXE, FI.\.,

I BIT be had by all. We guarantee that TUT D. L. DODSON: g2 Honey barrels and Oval Water Breaker S I PROGRAMMES, TIN & SHEET.IRONYORKERS.
geetric Bitters, if used according to diJocsand from $2.00 up. .
'Ii the use persisted in, will DENTIST .

UfcgjoaGood Digestion and oust thei Tanksand STREAMERS, GUTTERING, ROOFING,
and install instead Eu- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
:i all kinds of COOPER WOUK to orderT.
'4 yWe recommend Electric Bitters AchiLg teeth filled and saved without destroyingthe And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
dyspepsia and all diseases of the liv- nerves. Teeth with abc sse8 treated success DODGERS,
fully. Roots crowned sub"ta'itially. Plates of "
j,stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. pure Para gum. Broken Plates mended. Badly
t j JIM i fl.00 per bottle by Dixon & Gray, fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted painlessly. I. LaGrange, : : Florida And Repairing of all kinds
51 isggistg. 22 Office on Washington avenue 8 '4

Tlj will you cough when. Shiloh'p Cnre will glee WALTER S. GRAHAM. D. SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALEThe BUSINESS CARDS, ,.---t. ]I 'tr/ I

, xBcdi&to relief Price 10 cU WetA and $1. bold _'it! ; l....;;-' ()
r' J
Wciion&Grey,TttnsYille, Fla. .. ", .: .. '
o $ Office Consultation, $1.00: Subscriber offers for Sale; in Lotsto WEDDING CARDS, '" '1'': I 'l" 4) .. 4,

1dJoh'. Core will immediately: relieve Croup Visits In TitusviUe $2.00. suit Purchasers some .t;i y: 0 Lu \... :. 1
l"J' toping Cough ted Bronchitis. Sold by Dickson Calls between 10 p. m. and 6 a. m.will be charged. ;) ,,"
&9ft1,litnirille,FlaN double rates.Obstetrical. 500 Acres of Selected Portionsof VISITING CARDS $\ 7 / .. ..V. ,.. 4' 1
.": %
CJV : o.,
cases, and cases outside the Corporation "t- <: ) :)
i jm made miserable by iddigestion. Constijtfon are positively declined. the above-named Lands. / / c oV .
Diziness, Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin (< ,2 >t. !'. -
Mah'i ViUlizer is a positive Care. Sold bj Dick :\ ./0 .
I at Grey, Tltngrille, Fla. J.F.. LEWIS, Situated on Sebastian Bay and Indian y ,.. t .
'os .
l / ?-. a t 1
' ?Dyipeprii and Liver Complaint have a River, f\Y"" N y O%$' .. \ '.
yon CiVil! and Surveyor '\ t
printed runotee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vi1IJU.er. '-J / .. o ;: ,
:V: 'l.
J It sever fails to cure. Sold by Dickson & Titnsdl1tIa.. 'Y ...... I" \:c'S'lf, ;.;r.... o .g
Gft1..t1tDI1'1J1e. Fla.A WINTER HOMES. '. '\; :q
"o :.0
Scrap of Paper Saves Her D B. BURCHFIELD, These Lands are in the immediate THEIFLORIDA- .. "o > 'o".$' "' .',;.'" '\; 'h-
I <." =' .'*
vicinity of the 4 Q. .,.
Life. ... 0 "'{, rJ' ,
t COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders '1%..,-:- J g -.;# 4 a
It w just an ordinary scrap of wrap- FINEST FISHING HUNTING, ..\o'I10 $Co'!""$ t ooh.eeti 1
j pingpaper,bat it saved her life. She was by mail will receive as prompt AND SEA BATHING -:. c, ,> <' 4....;Jc. .
' in the list stages of consumption told attention as calls in per n.Address /":. i. .e.' ss 4 '- .. ..
To be found in the whole Indian < ; '\ "' \
and ;f. 4
ty that she incurable i
physicians was .
.. -Q' ...
c., '
Fla. .o _
: Georgiana, .,,, !\
4 wM live only a short time; she weighed River Section, and have also the advantage JOB PRINTING OFFICE e".t.: >.:1.. ...:- ,, ...... ]
lesi oft of Daily Communication by -v' J
r; than seventy pounds. On a piece Qd q v tc. '\S1.;
mpping paper she read of Dr. King's w. R. KNOX, Steamers with all points north. "1

. let Discovery} and got a sample bottle; Actual Settlers and Improvers will be AOTICE.All .
I t helped her, she bought a large bottle IIOUSE AND SIGN FAINTER, specially favored. Correspondence in J

r I belped her more, bought another and vited. Address, concerned will take notice that, six
t ptw better fast continued its use and is TITUSVILLE FLA. months after date, I will present my final 1

1 as tfatronghealthyrosyplumpweigh- Frank H. Allen, Norwich, Conn. account to Honorable Minor 8. Jones, t
!t. feg lID pounds. For fuller particulars Any and attention ail kinds,to inside of work finishing.done with the 3 brush'mo 40 283t. County Judge of Brevard county, Florida, J
iffld! stamp to W. H. Cole. Druggist, Special and pray for an order dismissing me from ,
-: Smith. Trial bottles of this won- the further execution on the estate of John 1
i; teftil Disbovery free at Dixon & Gray's LA RUE P. ELY, NEW E. Moore, late of said county, deceased.S. 1 I

f fag-store. 22 H. RAY, Administrator.
/, l Notary Public for the State at Large. Indian River LandAND Titusville, Jan. 6, 1890. 386mo. \ I

r : &drive to Mother ST. LUCIE HOUSE
I .k Wm._.ow"88ocmmraBrata"ahoul.1&1wafl Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. NOTICE.In J

BCTuthelittlesuCereratonce h wed when children are cutting;it produces teeth.natural It re-, CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof EIo'te1:: : Com: : rn is: r, Indian River Inlet Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial

trdet. button.sleep,and" the little the rub awakes as"bright ItIIOthes over 30 years' experience. Natural ROCK LEDGE FLA. Opposite Circuit of the State of Florida, Dade I
t taate. ,
It it very pleasant
the chQa,wfteot the gnmi,allayaall pain, finish a specialty. We opening in fine Hotel Land ST. LUCIE FLORIDA. County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery.
are our a
htilites the bowels. and ia the best known remed ywhether Melbourne, Florida. 6NAtTMAN'S Albert M' Field )
,.. arising from teething or Office. We think that many of the thousands vs. > Divorce
_callIeS. Twenty-fiTe cents a bottle. of strangers that stop with us will be Leahretta C. Field J J

{ &B. liable to buy property if it is presented to Unrivalled Hunting Fishing Upon the bill in said suit being filed and .
B. (Botanic Blood Balm) ,
them ; and our facilities are such that we due made the affidavit -
proof as appears by
'U IOU try this remedy you will say, NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY think we can l>e of great service both to Boating, Etc. of complainant to the same, showing

: Um&fiv others have said, that it Is the THE PIOXEER AGES CT. sellers and buyers.Correspondence. that the said defendant resides out of said i

I *p blood purifier and tonic. WriteBlood For terms and sample: copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN solicited. First-Class Accommodations. Opened State, it is hereby ordered that a hearing ,

Balm Co., Atlanta Ga., for book 34 J. M. LEE & BRO.Hoe's from January 1st to May 31st. be had on the facts charged in said bill on >

wwnvlctlnff testimony. P. O. Brevard county, Fla. the first Monday in April, A. D. 1890, and f
] *. A. Davis, Atlanta Ga. (West End), Titusville I JAMES PAINE, Proprietor. that said Leahretta C. Field do appear be- 1
?yes: "I consider that B. B. B. has / YOUR FENCE ? fore said court on or before said first Monday *

Permanently cured me of rheumatismd A. FROSCHER HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN in April, 1890) and plead or answer to \
sciatica." We have the CHEAPEST and Best and J
e RIVER BAKERYWe said bill and defend against the same
fc\R,Saulter, Athens, Ga., says: "B. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. = WOVEN WIRE FENCING tlie facts charged therein and to do further
I' l B. cured me of an ulcer that had retstoJ Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden '. Wire RopoSelvago.3F will Keep on Hand Every Day and receive what said court shall considerin ,

o"J:.0.all Tinsley other treatment., Columbia", Ala., writes : Coffins Cases and Caskets. 50:Itl! FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, Done said canse.at Chambers at Tavares this 9th

I -1. mother and sister had ulcerated g t day of December A. D.1889.JohIN .
! throat and scrofula. B. B. B. cured Funerals attended if desired. All orders f4i ETC. ALSO D. BRIE,

promptly executed and at reasonable rates. i Bottlers of Sodawater GingerAle Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida in
I .Jacob F. Sponcler, Newman, Ga., Embalming done._ and for the Seventh Judicial Circuit.

"B. B. B. entirely cured me of ALBERT F. QCIMBY,
I tlsm in my shoulder. used sixviJes. O. J. g3jCTOR, and other Drinks. 35 Clerk, Juno, Fla.
'Cbas. Reinhardt, No. 2026 Fountain and ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT NOTICE.TRtASL'P.Y .
; r *, Baltimore, Md., writes: "1 suffered Lawn. Garden,Poultry and Stock Fencing all DP'T STATE OF FLORIDA .
with bleeding piles two years, and tiies and widths.Gates tomatch. Prices low. Sold S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY, COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, ,*. }\ ,
Freight Paid. SendforcircularLas
i ?* glad to say" that one bottle of B. B. General Produce .7 8.-All-8uel dealers.HeXCLUS: WOVKS LAWN mss mad FKXCK CKMETEUY CO., {atlf AGO l'e1Wl'oFOIt ILL. PROPRIETORS, TALLAHASSEE, January 1, 1890, J 7 1

J.Hard writes B. B. TITUSVILLE, FLA. I, William D. Barnes, Comptroller of
; ; ,Tocoa, Ga., : MERCHANT. 40 the State of Florida, do certify that a
1 rv a quick cure for catarrh. Threefties SALE .
banking association under the name of the
: cured had been troubled
I Florida
. me. Bank loeated Titns-
River State at
KTftFvl Melbourne. jMille '
SPin1 ." ,I II THE ELEGANT A. L. Hatch & Son, Brevard county, State of Florida, 1
, c, Atlanta Ga., says: "One & Co. .
Hamilton under 3864 Laws
M. and organized
*.nleotB. B. B. completely cured my A. RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF DEALERS IN
I Wot of Florida, has this day in this office
A.pperofFretloniaAla.writes 'XITUSVIIiLE, FLORIDA, proper articles of association and organisa-
,-. U. B. mother of ulcerated Dealers In tion certificate, and has complied fully
eured'my Wholesale ,
\'**e throat." ROCK LEDGE, FLA., with the provisions of said act required to e
__ be complied with before commencing the
Indian River Oysters Containing Seven and One-Third Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, business of banking, and that said associa-
Co-partnership Notice. Acres of Land fronting on Indian River. I Stationery, Family Medi- tion is hereby authorized to commence a.

I ::ii We have this day entered into co-part- Large, Roomy RESIDENCE, elegantly cines, Garden Seeds, banking business under the name of the
'" :f wjip under the firm-name of Wetmore FISH Finished. Also a Three-Room Indian River State Bank and at the place

I I .yWwinfor the purpose of erecting COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of CHOICE GROCERIES, above designated. 1

'I'''J:? factory and operating the same.in Turtle and Game. the most desirable places in Rock Ledge. Given under my hand and seal of office .
'o',town of 1'ltusvife..Fla. Green hammock. Hay Corn, Drapes Fertilizers this the first day of January, A. D. 1890.

T. T. WLi MoRE. wUI reeeiva prompt and careful attention For price,terms, etc., apply to W. D. BARNES t ,l
,. t7' Gr.ADWIX. All orders telegraph CITY POINT FLORIDA. 33-60 days. Comptroller.
'/. S. N. wbetherbp 11 Albert A.vTaylor, Cocoa, Fla.
rittlsyule Jan.2nd, 1890. letter or person. 'i eo- 1v

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1 JTHE" FLORIDA STAR. tourists to Florida' *will' be but a dream a market for silver. If Mr. Knox's plan Cocoa's drug-store is so full of fragrant Our Washington
.' and not a reality. 'Here we are-with would do that it would satisfy them, If perfumes and sweet soaps that the entire [From our Regular Letter.
only one more week in January-and the not, they will most assuredly reject it. town smells like a rose garden. WASHINGTON

:' ELLIS B.'WAGER Editor mi Powder, tide of travel to South Florida is noth- And yet Mr. Knox's plan can only satisfy i The Livinier returned last Friday from Mr. Harrison has,,D.if c., Jan./*,

ing what it was expected.Had these if it will increasethe appearaaa,
I persons so her cruise down the river and those who for <
anything, taken
>> a
S1.5O per Annum. there been a repetition of that circulation of silver in the United step in the nr B
participated successful
report a very trip. tionofMr.ClarktobeCollectord
Entered at 1M Post Office at Titusville as travel of two years ago, our trahsporta- States as to raise its price. And it can toms of
,Mrs. W. H. Peck and her daughter Chicago, at the
Second-Class Matter. tion facilities would not have been equalto only) do that by displacing the money of Pullman request of
Miss Daisy, enjoyed a visit at Courtneylast the sleeping '
the car mil
occasion, for already quite a num- the country based on gold. If, however
THE STAR is the week the and in spite of
OFFICIAL newspaperfor at home of Mrs. E. P. Por- the protest
Brevar/1: county. ber of visitors desiring to see Jupiter and I it does this, then the country at once cher. Farwell and Cullom and of \

Lake Worth have returned north, on finds itself on a silver basis.-Chicago lican several &

The Star has the Largest circulation arriving at this place and finding no News. Mr. James Sanders of Titunville, spent Representatives from IUin< .!
-of on the East coast of Fla. cannot fail to
through boat to Jupiter. They would 11 Sunday at Cocoa. He rode a spirited precipitate fight. '*'

A SQUARE a column.one Inch in space; 24 squares'lnake not undertake the trip with the present Hades Indeed.A horse, and says that that ride was a most Farwell openly expresses his detej
lion to defeat the

For advertising rates enquire ofthe Editor conditions on the lower route. This is dreamer, living in one of our Florida enjoyable one. when it comes before nomination of

.&Iwaysencloslng atwo cent stamp. unfortunate for the I.R. Steamboat Com towns, relates his recent nocturnal vision The schooner Manatee is anchored at the Senate,a;
., he can get a few Republican
--- ---- -- -- pany and the hotels as it has prevented of hades in the following language, whichwe Cocoa while the captain is having her vote *
UNDER the of its editor likely to succeed
management i i1t1r. as he has
visitors from sides caulked and a claim I
taking in the entire find in Lake Helen Life: a new dress of paint
R. N. ANDREWS Public Spirit has i Democratic Senatora-for
Indian River section her decks. help h '
we hope that put on
"It was a city of magnificent distances confirmation
made great improvements recently as a of Chief Justice
the new steamers will soon be here and and situated in the Death. Next Sunday the Rev. James Bolton Fa
.. newspaper. It is a credit to Cocoa, and was Valley which will give him their votes if .
should receive a liberal patronage from mate travel more agreeable.If The streets were park-like, filled with stat- will preach in the new M. E. Church at for them. h-

.. that and we have a rush of tourists yet this ues of famous unbelievers who have passed 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday Schoolat How's this for
place a new
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season it will be of short duration and navy The
} away ; beautiful shrubbery and trees rose the usual hour. mittee appointed

THERE is one thing that has no color everything should be in' readiness: to receive from the smooth emerald-green lawns. The The colored folks of Cocoa had another"large to report plans for a by new Secretary T

them when they arrive.A massive and navy hai> r:
line, and that is the high tariff. It buildings were structures towered time" last Sunday morning on the into the business in a way tint
far into the skies but wo
wrings the sweat from the brow of the SENSIBLE LETTER. up strange to river bank and several of them were baptized soon turn the Treasury surplus int
not building to be where
colored laborer in the South just the say a was seen by the pastor of their flock. big deficiency. If it had its
Northern men who business was carried on for profit. Every- way"ire
newspaper come
same as it does in the North. All is i Mr. A, D. Prentiss, who has been visit build 102 war vessels during
south to write about this section generally thing was for pleasure. There were thea- De
game that comes to its net. ing his daughter, Mrs. E. Stiling, and his i fourteen years at a cost of $280,000
give more attention to politics than to tres and dance-halls, hotels and palace saloons -

else and music all add niece, Mrs. A. A. Taylor, of this place, Fortunately for the tax-ryen of'u
anything but Mr. F. B. Norton, of everywhere; to to
SENATOR CALL is bringing before the left for his home in Sacco Me. a few country, Mr. Tracy's committee
the Chicago Inter-Ocean, has avoided that the happiness of the populace. Feeling the In
Senate the purchase of Cuba by the days control over Uncle Sam's cash
error. He has written several need of refreshment after my rapid and ex- box.
United'States. In his efforts he is aided by and sensible letters, and one of them in haustive journey, I stepped into one of Mr. C. H. Brown, who bas been visit The seven million acres of land iat]

rthe Times-Democrat, of New Orleans. The particular contains matter which should these hotels and called for a brandy smash. ing Mr. and Mrs. Powell, left for his Sioux reservation in Dakota will won I

rSTAR referred to this subject during the be seriously considered by both the southern While it was being prepared I noticed my home in New York. His wife and little opened to settlement. Mr. Uarri

'-yeUow-f ver scourge, over a year ago, as and northern people. surroundings, and became almost speech son will] remain sometime yet with Mr s. proclamation to that effect has alre l

being one way to prevent, to a great ex Mr. Norton was impressed with the less from the magnificence of their decora- Powell.Dr. ]. been written, but has not yet been ;

tent, the introduction of fever to our tions. Diamonds, rubies sapphires blazed public.
necessity of southern farmers of giving J. O. Schofield, of Cocoa, is the
southern states. upon all sides; the floor was of gold inlaidwith The uncertainty about the
more attention to the cultivation of resident physician at Hotel Indian River action E
diamonds which scintillated the House Committee
grasses, and of diversifying the as stars. and has his apartments there. He is too on Rules contd
OF the many schemes proposed for the crop Set in the bar, which was also of solid gold, ues, and there is a diversity of
The opiakabout
majority of southern farmers he well and favorably known to need
relief of the surplus, Senator Collum introduced the words, 'This is Hell,' were spelled out any; it. Some believe that the
said, cling to the practice of recommendation from rumor<
the most novel last week. The in pearls. I drank my brandy smash and. your correspond- Representatives McKinley and
their lands in cotton and ent. Can,
corn a few
new idea comes from Coles county, Ill., found it like nectar, and then turning toI refusing to agree to a number of the
and Is properly fathered by a Republican things and of never giving them a one of the hundreds of bartenders present I I I :Mr. and Mrs. D. Eyer and Miss Kate ical changes proposed by Speaker D

as representing a party devoting untiring south rest in grass; and as a consequence, the asked, 'Is this hell?' and he replied thatit arrived at Cocoa last Friday and are now is true; others that the delay is
with the tizplj
energy to finding out all the pos.i'hIe exception of the blue was. 'Well,' said I, lit is good enoughfor comfortably settled in Mrs. Laura Wil- to leave the House in the Speaker
grass region of Kentucky, looked forlorn po*
y wrong ways to relieve the country and naked in the of northern farm- me. commodious cottage for the season. er, and still others, that the L'Lh
:from unnecessary taxation. The plan ers. As an instance of what diversified "I offered in payment an earthly coi- caused because a number of RebobL

provides for loaning the surplus to respectable farming and and was surprised to find everything fre have refused to vote for any rules cnj

farmers throughout the country grasses might accomplish, I Continuing my way through the beautiful Heller. tailing the rights of the
' he referred to the success of G. M. minority _,_
in sums to suit,on mortgage, at 2 per Ryals, of Savannah. Maj. street, I came to the palace of the King of The Rev. A. T. Sharpe conducted services nizing the fact that two years from nq q
"Maj. Ryals, he
ent. per annum. The beauty of this Pleasure. Rome never built such a buililinsp in St. Michael's they will belong to the
said, "is accustomed to let the crowfootand Episcopal Church minority. Hi
vision needs no description. The only crab neither could the pleasure gardens of last Sunday morning,and a large congregation Carlisle will make no fight in the comalt i

thing better would be to have the government grass grow up spontaneously as Aptioch compare with the grand forest, enjoyed bis tee, but when the rules
impressive new
one of the two or three his land sermon on are repcr
crops crystal streams fountains
establish immense fort statuary and
produces annually. It sometimes reached confirmation. He was a guest at the to the House unless they are very cli&
the sale of clothing and food on long beautiful women. I repeated to myself, Peck ent from
Houe. In the afternoon those
he held proposed by the
a growth of six feet in a little over eight 'Hell is good enough for me.' In the Speake
time 2 palace
at cent. without
per per annum, services at Merritt. he will their
Such weeks, and the hay sells for 14 a ton in I found another grand saloon, more .i fight adoption in every
security. a venture, under the ex- sible
perienced management of someone like Savannah. His farm of 125 acres yieldsan magnificent, if possible, than the one I was On Thursday afternoon at 3 p. m. a | manner. .

I John Wannamaker might income of $27,000 a year. An incomeof previously in. I refreshed myself again, being meeting will be held at the home of :\lr8.C. Speaker Reed will appoint SI

:.f: benefit. prove a national $216 an acre by mixed farming is better served in a beaten gold cup, so thin as "1'. Harrison by the ladies of the Episcopal committee of the Hou>e to have char

than ;$12 an acre for cotton, and the to be almost transparent, and studded with Church to reorganize the sewing of World's Fair matters. Mr. Reed ss!
SENATOR CALL and Senator PLUMB most of that devoured by expenses. Manyof every valuable stone known to me and society of last winter. All ladies are cordially he intends to arrange the committee

the former slave-holders like many other varieties that I had before that no one of the rival cities shall: bar
never invited
Major to attend the
(the latter from Kansas,) had a sharp debate meeting undue
in the Senate last Thursday in Ryals, have adopted natural methods of seen nor even heard of. As before I whether they are members of the Episcopal advantage.The .
gard to the 16,000,000 of land farming, and are making money." offered an earthly coin in payment, but Church or not. fun has begun before the H
-*" A writer in a Georgia saida was told that in hell everything was free.I committee engaged in investigating I
c which had passed in Florida under the newspaper could Mr. G. R Carleton and wife of Rock- Ohio
I few months, ago that southern farmers not help uttering. 'Hell is good I forgery. Gov. Cam]

swamp and overflowed lands act, of were beginning to realize the value of enough for me.' port, Me., are at the Hardee House and and ex-Gov. Foraker are to tell the i

i a which he asserted that 11,000,000 acres Bermuda grass. From trying to destroyit "At this juncture I was invited to go and expect to remain there during the winter mittee what they know about the matter i

were high and"dry. It was conceded by many had come to look upon it with meet the King of Pleasure. He was on his season. )lr. Carleton, we are told, owned Murat Halatead also. The last

Democratic Senators and many Republicans great favor, and the result was that stock throne, in a vast room of kingly richness,, and carried on a salt factory in 1862 on will probably take advantage of this
r that Senator CALL the best
got and dairy farms were springing up in the splendor and beauty ; around him and some land about where Titusville now portunity to get even with some of 5

the discussion. In denouncing the statements south. Their success in that direction about the room were hundreds of women. stands. Mrs. Carleton is an artist of political friends but personal enemies i iD I

of? the Kansas Senator Mr. CALL encouraged others to into the more beautiful than I ever imagined wo- some reputation; and while here intends the Senate. -
go same I
1 said As chairman of the
: committee on men could be. As I painting some of our beautiful Indian :
F business, or into some other out of the came before him, he McKinley's committee will pre

public lands he should be ashamed not usual order of southern farming.Mr. |: said : River scenery. Oleander Point will be more hearings on the tariff: It will no"j
/ to be better informed in reference to the her first
piece of work.
Norton thinks that the great mis- 'Allow me to welcome you to hell; how attempt the difficult feat of bringing i
of the and
history the
j subject committed country to his jurisdiction.special take of people seeking homes has been togo j do you like it?' At Merritt. last Wednesday, Jan. 15th, Republican members together in the IL

; It is disreputable to the Senate that there west instead of south, where the best "I replied to his welcome with thanks, Mr. Oscar: Hall, of Jacksonville, was mar- bill. Sugarwill probably be the greats
climate and saying that it was good forme." obstacle of
every possible natural re- enough ried to Miss Debbie Bennett Cleveland harmony.
should be
a chairman not only defend- '
: ing the interests of the boodlers in the source of wealth are to be found. He said 'But, said the King, 'you do not know by Rev. A. T. Sharpe at the residence of Secretary Windom has prepared a WL! j

that the time had come for the tide of all. This is h-11 without a doubt when the bride's mother. Holy communion which is to be introduced in the Hoe
of the
a but misappropriation also showing his ignorance public of lands the, emigration to change to the south, and you come to consider that we lack one great I was partaken of by the contracting parties next week, to carry out the silver idea}

that this belief blessing-the greatest enjoyment that man contained in his annual It fe
was rapidly spreading in immediately after the message
which been ceremony
subjects haye per-
specially committed conceive
can of.
to him." the north. have a surfeit.: Every other pleasure we formed. Only the family of the bride supposed that Mr. Harrison will send a

With diversified farming, and with an '. and :Mr. John Hall, brother of the groom, message to Congress, approving the Ml
'Why, oh King, how is this?' I asked.
i industrious and honest class of. immigrants '. and Miss Cleveland, niece of the immediately afterwards.
IN speaking of the of Mr. 'You, my friend,' the King replied 'so groom,
BLAINE queer ways the south would in time attain recently arrived from of Mobile, Ala., were present at the celebration Representative Cummings, of Ne' j
a correspondent of the earth that
Chicago can see
greater prosperity than she has yet ex there of the marriage, which was a most York City, and also of the New York
Jfincs it are women here beautiful
says may not be consistent with more than
I perienced. beautiful and impressive one. There Sun, is something of a wag, but the E-
the popular idea of secretarial you ever beheld before. were
i Yes no cards, and many friends of the publicans did not seem to see the burner i
but it is a fact that Mr. BLAINE whistles ScuSlh'cr and oh King, said with enthusiasm newly
p. Scheme. married in the resolution he offered in the HOB
'I think pair will fir t hear of their
more than he does anything else. Front beautiful women the crowning happiness
John Jay Knoxpresident of the Bankof through the providing for the erection in the center
a musical stand-point the joy of mankind. Oh, King of Pleas- papers, but all will

is not a success. No one secretary'swhistle has the Republic, New York, and formerly ure, h-11 is good enough for me 1' unite in wishing them a long and pros- of the rotunda of the Capitol building ofa

been able to locate the tune which is ever comptroller of the currency- -, is reported. 'My friend,' replied the King, 'there is j perous life. The bridal couple are spend bronze statue of the late Samuel J. Til-

to result from Mr. ELAINE'S whistle supposed to be preparing the latest silver scheme where you are mistaken. In hell there is ing their honeymoon at 3Ierritt- at- the den upon which the following is to be

but as the noise bill. It has the ear-marks of all those no marriage nor given in marriage; nei- home of the bride's mother. prominently inscribed: "Samuel J. Til-
satisfactory to
propositions to make ther mistress den, nineteenth President of the United
out of that
money or paramour. My friend is
himself, no one feels like criticising it. Mr. A. P. Ball went up to Titusville
which the public sentiment and practical this not h-11?' States; elected, bat not seated."
Whenever the secretary is at home and lait week to purchase the Osceola of Mr.
experience of the world have decreedis And as woke I uttered these words: Mr. Walker Blaine, eldest ion of See-
has nothing much in hand he plunges Sam Belcher if she proved to be in sound
no longer capable of the service. Mr. "'That would be Hades, indeed!'" ,retary Blaine, died suddenly Wednesday'
both hands in his pockets and stalks from condition. Mr. Ball he did
says not find
Knox proposes to allow the national night in this city of pneumonia. He wat
room to room through the house her in sound condition and offered
'. stop- banks to issue currency on the deposit in j Cocoa. to 35 years of age, and during GarfieW
ping now and then to speak to some one purchase her at the price her owner
the set of
treasury of silver bullion to the Our streets are quite lively with tour- brief administration held the office
or to glance at a or letter then but a clear paper of sale could
paper ; not begiven
of At
amount 75 per cent of their circula- ists now. Third Assistant Secretary Of State.
resuming his stride, he never once ceases tion. so he declined to buy the boat. In cf
The effect of this addition to the Mr. Walter the time of his death he was examiner
to whistle. Sometimes the secretarial Howland -was in town on your locals of last week it was stated that'
money of the country would altogether claims !n the State department as the
pucker is slight and the whistle Monday. Mr. Ball refused to
7: low; but depend upon the quantity of silver which buy the Osceola be- confidential representative of his Either

rthe next minute a series of shrill notesemphasizes the banks would undertake to purchase.If Quite number of "drummers" visited cause she was unsound, but he wishes me The Blaine family have Indeed been at

the fact that Cocoa last week. to for him that
Mr. BLAINE has the say the cause of- his not
quantity were sufficient to increasethe flicted since their return to the Capital-

.,a fresh grip on his whistle and is work- circulation of the banks largely its Mr. Geo. Anderson, of New York, is a being the owner of the boat now is the Within the last two months sirs Waa e"

ing it for all it is worth. guest of the Delmonico.The I want of clear papers of sale for her.-
effect would be to supersede gold and has lost her sister, Mr. Blaine a brother
[Our item of last
drive it out of the country. Masonic Lodge meeting took placein week was correct as and now they both mourn the loss of tbeir

IT is very much feared by people in All the men at the back of these silver the hall at Cocoa last Friday night. the matter was understood by Mr. Belcher eldest son.

our State who are deeply interested in a schemes altogether ignore a fundamental Mr. Frank Stranahan of Melbourne I and others. Mr. Ball, evidently, .

large tourist travel that i did not want the boat, and finding arbi- claims dad
should the The flaw
bal- principle of money, which is that the visited Cocoa and Rockledge last week.f Crawfordrille
ance of the winter season remain as warm community can only tration against him, his saying that he Mrs. Kitty Wilson that place: is Po
use a certain .
as the weather has been for the past tity thereof profitably. quan- Mr. and Mrs. Kline, Miss Jennie Wallace could not get a clean bill of sale for the champion fi.shenromsn.V1thin a few
Now what the
znonth, the much-expected big rush of silver mining interest desires is to create sailed and Mr. Cocoa Thompson, of Indianola, boat is too flimsy an excuse to need rec I hours, ole evening, .be caught 190 perch
over to
Monday. ognition. Ed. STAR.
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Lake Worth. Rockledge School. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR. ,

Still pleasant but dry, with signs of RECORD FOR :MONTH OF DECEMBER. .
rain,however. Star Pupils:-Those averaging above .,

Miss Susie Brown spent the holidaysat 98 per cent in recitation and deportment.
Indian River Flori
Palm Beach with her mother. Mamie May. Daisy Johupon, Meta Wilkinson Cocoa,
Blue-bill or raft ducks are here in in- :Mary Hohns, Houston May, DEALERS IN .

numerable quantities. Roast duck is no Eva McDaniel.

rarity now. Roll of Honor:-For punctuality and

The inlet is at last said to be open and attendance. Robert Arnold, Hervey Stoves _

the probabilities favorable for its stayingeo Bower, Gertie Breese, Maude Hardee, Hardware Crockery Tinware I

for the rest of the season. Ruth Hardee, Lawson Magruder, Mamie ,

May, Houston May, Eva McDaniel,
house his homestead
W. H. Wade's on '
Rupert Paxton, Meta Wilkinson, Joe AND AGATE-'W'ARE.4'
near Jewell, burned to the ground octhe :
Wilkinson, Myra Williams, Daisy Johnson -
with its contents. We \
9th together
Mary Hohns, Hubert Magruder, Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty; ,
with neighbor Wade. <== TABLE
sympathize and POCKET
o CUTLERYPlumbers'
Florence Ryder, Stephen Ryder, Mabel ,
:Messrs. Stephan, James and several Ryder and Louise Meyer.A and Mill Nuy

others in the pine woods around Jewell, Grade spelled down by Myra: Williams l BARBED WIRE '
that the soil R ,
having found by experience
and Stephen Ryder. B Grade by Supplies,
there is suitable for tobacco, now raise Gertie Breese. C Grade by Rupert WIRE NETTING
all they want for their own use and e--

pect to increase their acreage largely next Paxton.'I Doors Sash Blinds WIRE
year. New York Market Review.Reported .
James McFarlane has purchased the ill cr -t
by G. S. Palmer, Commission
fifteen acre tract of land just south of the Merchant, Fruits and Produce, BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, QrULZIS,

Oaklawn House, previously owned by 166 Reade Street, N. Y. I LJ r

Jno. Townsend. This is one of the most January 18th, 1890. SHINGLES and LATH AMMUNITION,

valuable pieces of land on the west side Receipts of the week aggregate 22,745 FISHING TACKLE.

of the lake and Mac is to be congratu- boxes of oranges, and they have been .

lated on his valuable purchase. going out rapidly, mostly on days of Ship Chan..d1ery: G-c>c>ds, I

k Church services on the 12th, except arrival, at very firm prices. The market I Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com

i at the west side school house, where the shows no weakness, but every encourage- pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm'tools. .,

subject of a Christian Association for ment to expect a further advance, as the
Gauze Doors Cook Stoves and Gasolene Stoves Coffins and
I this section was talked over and it was supply of apples (owing to the continued Ranges, ,

o decided to hold a meeting on the 19th, to mild weather) are wasting rapidly, and A.HTESIA.NWELL PIPE A SPECIALITY. '

s which all interested in church work of the supply of green fruit from this time % ;

alll] denominations invited to be pres- will be very'short. We are selling to-day, Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and

ent and assist in forming! such an associ- brights in straight lines from 2.75 to estimates furnished promptly. &

ation. I $3.25, selected sizes of fancy Indian or STILING & TAYLOR. '

' As fine, if not the finest, coffee trees Halifax River fruit, from $3.50 to $4.00; _. ,"'. r.

I now growing in the United States are to russets in straight lines, $2.50 to $3.00; '

be seen at the residence of V. O. Spen Tangerines, $2.50 to $5.00, and Mandarins Land and Groves for Sale. Choice Orange Lands For Sale. .

I cer. The trees are from six to eight feet I $2.25 to $3.50. There are daily arrivals Having three places on and near the Three desirable tracts of high ham- I want to get i into a strict!.>-
Indian River I will sell two of themin
any mock land located east side of East
of strawberries
loaded with coffee berries of small shipments l
high and literally order to better improve the other. Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains t rCASHSYSTEM
which are just beginning to ripen.It but the demand is yet limited, and fancy They are as follows: 12J acres on Mer- 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of half

is said to be of the Mexican variety, berries belling at 75 cents, and inferior ritt's Island, quarter of a mile south of a mile on the river, about eighteen acres

and was raised by Mr. Spencer from seed 25 to 40 cents per quart. I would again I,Merritt postoffice, $600; 10 acres, two cleared, a bearing grove and nursery of _
miles northwest of Titusville with 500
ism trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74-
call the attention of the shippers to the large
SL famished by the Department of Agricul- six.year-old orange trees, in good condi- 100 acres, with a frontage of fi ve-eighths
' ture. His success shows that coffee can importance of gathering and packing, as tion, occupying almost half of the of a mile on the river, about six acres OF BUYING &: SELLING

be added to the list of profitable products our trade wants only the best that can ground, $2,500; 10 acres, quarter of a cleared, a small grove and many trees in ,,

in this section without a doubt.Ilypoluxo. be produced; for instance, fancy tender mile north of LaGrange postoffice, with bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100 .
.. 500 twelve-year-old orange trees, in fine with a frontage of one-fourth of a custonrera.
I dark green snap beans sell to-day $4,to acres Believing I canAhus serve all
condition about half of the
mile on the river, which is about four '
$5, those tough or off color from $1.50 to 10 acres, with a good crop of fruit. This miles in width. These lands are not un While I will not refuse to credit

Jupiter Pluvius where art thou? $2.00. The same is true of peas and last is the north half of the Kentuckygrove. derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience those who have favored me with their
u cucumbers. Tomatoes should be picked I. Address, Jerome Twichell, LaGrange would plant a grove for his own
I-. The freight blockade on Indian. River before showing any color, but fully developed Fla. use on land so underlaid. Perfectly trade, I cannot charge goods at figures .

calls forth strong language from the waiters $3.50 egg-plant healthy, free from fog, malaria frost. made for cash before delivery.
$ to ,
U down here. selling j2, Shlloh'a Catarrh Remedy-a positive cure for Catarrh Eight minutes walk from house to ocean
dark purple color $4, to $5, per bll., pale Diptheria and Canker Mouth. Sold by Dick beach.
& Titusville, Fla.
son Grey
The -drouth still obtains The very I color $2.50 to $3, squash and beets $1, to For further particulars inquire of

t waves hiss as they lap the thirsty shore, $1.50 crate. Old cabbage scarce, with The Rev. Geo. Thayer,of Bourbon, Ind., says: Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, For Cash Before Delivery :
I and even the water is not as wet as usual. prospects for early demand for choice "Both myself Cure.and "wife Sold owe by our Dickson lives &to Grey Sbiloh'sConsumption Ti. Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, agent, Georgian !
tusville, na, Fla.
The tomato growers who have used Florida.An Fla.How's Flour, per bbl...................?5 to $5 7 5
4 muck in the hills are far to windward ofi a Your Wife T Many PersonsAre I Coal oil, per gallon..................... 20
broken down from overwork or householdcares 12} Ibs.granulated ... 1 00
those who did not, for the muck seems artesian well was bored on the Does ehe feel poorly all the time, suffer from lack Bitters sugar. \
Brown's Iron 14 lbs. C .... 1 00
of and a general'no.account.Ustless enervation -
I; to attract and hold moisture. grounds of the new hotel at Tampa recently energy! blip needs a tonic. Something is wrong rebuilds the system,aids digestion,removes excess 15 Ibs. choice 1 00 M
and not succeeding in getting a with her blood. Run for the doctor! Not at all, of bile and cures malaria. Get the genuine. w
Old man Bradley 1m for a winter guesta my dear BIT. One physician's fee will provide her 141bs. best rice.....100
still older man Bradley-his father. A. satisfactory flow of water, a small chargeof with sure and pleasant relief for all time Get hera ORANGE TREES FOR*SALE. 14 Ibs.XXX soda crackers........... 1 00 ..
I in the bottom bottle of P. P. P. (prickly ash poke-root and potassium 50 lbs. corn meal or grits........... 100
F. B. will be 80 years old next month, dynamite was placed ), the very best Woman's Regulator and 10,000 Orange Trees, budded from tho Ibs
24 best flour.. 1 00
bat- tonic extant, It reaches the source of trouble patent
but he is still active and follows his profession and fired by means of an electric quietly and quickly and before you know it yonr choicest varieties, three and four years 25 Ibs. fancy 1 00
as civil engineer. Mr. O. Sprague, tery, with no apparent eflect. The chargewas wife will be another woman and will bless and the old, for sale at the Richmond Grove, D. S. meat, lard and picnic hams.. OS
P to her
fate P. notice
I kind that brouget P. Palmhurst, Enterprise. Volusia Co., '
of Fulton, Ill., is also sheltered by the then considerably increased and after relief. Our best physicians endorse and recommend Florida. For prices and particulars Boneless ham and breakfast bacon. 131
apply '
found that it, and no well conducted household,where Dried beef.... < 15
fired the parties -
shingle. it was i pure blood and its concomitant happiness is appreciated to J. LEONARD TURQUAND, Enterprise -
Rye flour and Graham flour....... 041
the bottom entirely out, ghould be without it. For sale by all reputable -
I I If aches spells aches, does not snaches they had blown I medicine dealers everywhere. 3Shave \f Florida. Buckwheat flour......................- -04J
spell snakes. I know of two kinds of and they had no water.Another \ j Steel cut ._. 05 .-
horridus and the You Corns oil Your Feet 1 INDIANR1VERSTATE BANK.Tltus.IUe Navy beans (good).. 05| v
snacbes-the crotalus call Ulan Hung Then be happy, for a relief from your misery is Best Navy beans....................... 08}
delirium tremens. Some people at hand Abbott's East India Corn Paint is the Lima beans... .. 081

them rattlers and jimjams, and, strangeas his "stocking by the chimney death with to cure. 39 Florida. Peas, per quart................ .....10 to 121
care" and was almost tickled to ...............
the Lady 2Q
it is antidote for his Philoh's under Laws State of Florida. peas, per quart.
may seem, one an find that his good wife had anticipated A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Incorporated 9
Florida ........... 60
rattlesnake Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold by Dickson syrup, per gallon.
other, whiskey will cure a near at hand wants and filled and stocking by &Grey Titusville Fla. Authorized Capital, $100,000, Can corn, per dozen...... .1.35 to 2 15

g bite and the said bite would sober upa with D. M.Standard Ferry &Seeds Co., Detroit, grown,Michigan put up,who, "Hackmetack" a lasting. and rragrent perfume. Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A Can apples ((3 lb.), per doz.... 1 35
man with a pretty heavy jag on, But application, will mail you free a copy of Price 25 and SO cents. Sold by Dickson & Grey Can tomatoes (2 lb.),. 1 00
on GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- Can tomatoes (3 lb.)._ 1 35 /
woe to you if you are bitten in a prohibition their Seed Annual for 1890. This is the Titusville,1'la.LADIES SACTED. I
town. You are a doomed man if most useful of all seed catalogues, not only Can Okra and tomatoes\ ((3 lb.doz.:135
found for experienced gardeners, but for the novice Neeoing a tonic,or children that want building JAMES PRITCHARD President, Champion or Rose milk, per
some cursed scoundrel cannot be as well. Send your name and address town!****'*BROWN'S up,should IRON take BITTERS. W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, Butterine (cooking butter), 20.and. 25
who has a bottle of whiskey. for a copy to D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit, It Is pleasant to take,cures Malaria,Indigua AVM. M. BROWN, Cashier. Butter (best creamery made).' 30
RUTHVEN. I Michigan. tion,and Biliousness. All dealers keep it. Chicago baking powder...2 for 45
I Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar-
Patapsico"2 for 45
J. H. Durkee W. R. Graham and
Notice. nett, 3 pounds of cheese for.. *50
Married Tax
W. M.
This Space is Reserved .+ .
At,the residence of the bride's mother, I will be at the different precincts in favor consistent with ConsemtiYe ?.
15th, the county on the days mentioned belowto Every
it Merritt Wednesday, January eoTo
Stock is too
receive tax returns. My Large
officiating, Ban in! of ended,
7:30 m. Rev. A. T. Sharpe Jan. 27th ,
p. Haulover.........Monday, FORHODGSON
Mr. Oscar Hall, of Jacksonville, to Miss LaGrange.........Tuesday, u 28th Correspondents: Seaboard Xat'l Dank,of
Debbie Bennett Cleveland, of Merritt.No Titusville........Wednesday, u 29th New York; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville.
cards. City Point.....-Thursday, I' 30th Quote EyerytMnt
T.H. Sander's-Friday, U 31st. BROS Notice of Dissolution.The .

1 ........Saturday, Feb. 1st. ,
Mr. Charles Morris, the noted canoe- Canaveral..........Monday, 3rd firm of Oliver& Budge is this day A Corresponding Range of Prices
ist who WI' noticed in the STAR recently Georgiana......Tuesday 4th |dissolved by mutual consent. L. C. Oliver .
in .... .'Vednes .1 5th succeeds to and will solely continuethe will be gl ren.
was drowned a few days ago Eau Gallic. <13Y lumber branch of the business and .
6th General Merchants -
:Melbourne.......Thursday, .
Mosquito Inlet. in like the hardware
\ II 8thSebastian..Monday F.T. Budge, manner,
l 1\Ialabar.Saturday U branch. Appreciating the favors of
A New York man who has been spending .1 11th our friends in the past we bespeak a continuance GEOI B. RUMP'

some time at Quincy last Sunday Lucie..Thursday, U 13th of good. will to the new firms. '
went into the country on horseback, and St .1 15th Eau (Mie Florida. V. L. C. OLIVER,
animal took1t'lnto Eden.............Saturday F. T. BUDGE
while : stream the 20th I ,
his head to lie down, which he Fort Drum..Thursday CreekSaturday,, f.II. 22nd I Late partners under the firm name and p

did..much to the disgust of the rider,wboad Otter W. R SANDERS, style of Oliver&Budge. .. TITUSVILLE. _
to water a foot deep mm unfa- Dated January 1st*1890.
wade through 39 : Assessor for Brevard Co.'a' 7c. 33. ,
to the bank of the creek. I .*,, ; I
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t 6: '4. THE,FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1890'"' .


I train soon started. The tEree'men gazed 1 DXaster'8 Sale. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I Indian River Steamboat-

long and earnestly through the windows Under and by virtue of a final decree THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, Co

into the darkness, to catch a glimpse of issuing outof the Honorable Circuit Courtof Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe-

NOW\ !INPRISON. what they would never see again, but the Seventh Judicial Circuit Stateof ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains

not a look or action betrayed what was Florida, in and for Brevard county, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1&89.
passing in their minds. When the city dated the twentieth (20th) day of December and positively cures Piles dr no pay.re-

\ limits were reached the three settled A. D. 1889, in a certain cause in quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect STEAMER ST. LUCIE,

Burke and O'SnllivanDenied back into their seats and smoked silent- chancery therein depending,wherein Julius satisfaction, or money refunded. Price Leaves TITUSVILLE................... 6am

Conghlin. ly and, with then the until exception Joliet,of forty a remark mile now distant King is complainant and Minnie E. 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & Arrives at Melbourne.................12 noon
a New Trial. Smith and William Barton Smith, her Grey. 1019.
was reached. Here they were received Returning:
husband and thirty days
,, by the warden and his assistants, having passed since the, date of said de- Leaves Melbourne........_.......12 noon

Iml)19dla.taJy# Takan to the put through to oeJK the- usual and ,formula assisted cree, I will, as Special Master in Chan- Drugs Drags Drags Arrives at Titusville................. 6 p ni

Jolict, Penitentiary. cery sell at public sale to the highestand Above daily except Sunday.

\ A STREET DUEL, best bidder for cash in front of the STEAMER GEORGIANA
court-house door in Titusville, Brevard ,
U'c1Idnr' for to 3 te- In Which Three Persona.Were Shot, One of Leaves Titusville Sundays and Thursdays -
Likely! to :ere county Fla., on the third (3rd) day;
direct for
mangy,'Wor Their Li v.-s-Thfv .\t. "Pad Fatally. February .\. D. 1S90, the same being A Fine Assortment of Jupiter.

Inn-:-.,..rc-SCnnzc.Held Un.-k to lie MACOX, Mo., Jan. 18. Three persons the first Monday iu the month and a le- STEAMER WHITE

Glve An itr Cir..nce Ilofotlie in the streets of Macon were shot Tues- gal sale day, between the legal hours of DRUGS, Leaves Melbourne Mondays, 'redoes.da"s .
day afternoon. Dr. W. G. Larabee was sale, all that certain lot or piece of land and Fridays on the arrival of the
C Court-!Io 21ar Z5e Xlcli-a, '.. situate in the of Brevard and
shot through the right shoulder and leg, county PATENT MEDICINES, steamer St. Lucie.
A Car'1w: (', ,?&a. 17.-.Tm'gp Mcr'nnell S. M. Wiggins through the groin, and State of Florida, and described as follows < I

Ttl9 Y-a.t.IG aln ;TanteJ i.1 ai> ,l, a- Deputy Sheriff Poison through the body, to-wit: SYRINGES, Returning : j
tion of aor a new triul. but .3 .ied Commencing at a post which is south Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. t'f
Poison's wound is believed to be fatal.
62 and 31N west and ninety (90) links STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET :&* Connection is made at Thuaville
to Jlrhlill Lurk;<
4 the lion as ; ,
The trouble occurred bill which
over a
: from the northeast corner of southeast ARTICLES with trains of the J., T. & K. W. System
r /.iu. The prisonrs wvitaen Dr. Norris claimed Dr. Larrabee owed
of northwest of section and from all North I
quarter quarter to points and at
lv.ar ivunzea '
back If.la.I.. hut a minute for Dr. Norris 1
drugs. :
says presented hand.
thirty-three township twenty-four Kept constantly on with for
((33) Juno
\\ >-roagbtlrek at the rrtihe.-. of hi the bill to him in the street, and stage (8
cour '!, :tr. J>.'nob/. who wanted to I, he denied receiving some of the articles. (24), south of range thirty-six (30)) east, Physicians' Prescriptions carefully miles) where connection is made with f
... IniLJuov. variations 1 and 32'; thence south par- the steamer "Lake Worth" for all bodings E
nw ". motion to a!mit him to I Later he came in the drug store, and in : I
.' vxuisvcccker; opposed it, and then a very ugly tone said he wanted to see allel with east line of !southeast quarterof compounded at all hours.J. on Lake Worth.W. r
+1 bail at .{*'/::)\ but north east quarter of section thirtythree
put about the bill. I told one of the' clerksto WATSON, Superintendent
% (33)) township twenty four ((24). B. SCREVEN Druggist, it
rv7ocrieH fixed nt,0'J0.
Jud;#: get the books and explain matters to G. D. ACKERLY Gen. Pass.
south of six I
range thirty ((36)) east two
h'.-i2t }I'y Yt Go Fr -o. him. and if there was anything wrong, F. General
I). JACK Manager.
((2)) chains and fifty-three (53) to a t
lie \-ould have dwjliars-d bins h*> to correct it. The charge he objected to
there ., ciul-'iice was in my handwriting, and he said the post; thence west parallel with north
Rill, ii were 1.: ) -!- >; I
line of aforesaid southeast of
?;;ni7-st 'hn. but th ftate's attorney ,.Iiniormd whole business was wrong."I quarter Old and Reliable. Established IS-19.SZD3El.ESSIiIjsIE3" :
northwest of sectiOn .
showed him his and he quarter thirtythree.to
him there was -omc. I iutig e prescription
+ Longenecker intimated that if they KjtKuni'jstar could say no more. He said I ought to I \t nship twenty-four((24) south of range

in jail a few days lie might charge the drugs: to the people he bought I thirty-six (36)) (east three chains and B. r' db OO.

conclude not' to bring him to trill at all. them for. I told him that the man who ninety-three (93) linksto a post; thence ,

but let him -o. He prom: c.l tc. let the would make such a proposition was dis- north parallel with east line two (2) i
court and coinsel Know thL week and honest, and ordered him to leave the chains and fifty-three) links to a post ; WHOLESALE iI

accordantly no effort will lx made to store. He left, and armed himself, and thence east parallel with south line three I tI

get KUD::" out on bail in the meantime then returned. He called me out and ((3) chains and ninety-three ((93)) links to f fAnd.

V .t -hr Pr'sonpf-',Jd. : then drew a revolver and began firing at : place of beginning containing one :acre FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS

When vuJjw; McOonnell asked if the me. My you, Mason :Norris. followed, more or less. Terms cash.
; and as Lanabee fired, Mason drew his I Witness my hand at Titusville, Fla.,
t pri oners had anything to and say then there Dan.was pistol and th ell three shots and struck this the 27th day of December. A. D. Jll.D3.issioD.: : : I crchnnts.A : i
(1)1lfs susoense
a r: I. .
Ur. Larrabee twice. I SS9.
Covghliu rose and said in firm distinct
: I
An eve-witness Dr. Larrabee's SEWAIID F. GRAY
toui'o. "fTour honor, I am innoo.iit; I snys t tCOIlsig"nn1cIlts
first shot missed I i Norris and struck Deputy Special Master in Chancery.
wa:< uirlc ed by perjurers. Solicited.
of Florida
O'SuUi an'zi turn came next, and his Sheriff :_ + ton in the bodA bul- JONES &; ATKINSON. "

voice trem1 led slightly ES he said: "Ihavo let from yo'-ng Norris' pistol struck 37 Solicitors for Complainant.
\Yigjjins. 'ilflh.ht>e bhotfour times, and
I in
not much to sav. profit my
nocenco before Gal and mail and the .-:"or as t!.i', Ihfy: stood t 'n ii-et apart, Jla&ter's Sale.

time: is not far distant when it will be and u.-ither i:ulied.: rrnh.s shooting Under and by virtue of a final decree ST. PAUL, INNE80T..A. ,

1 shown. I was convicted by a preju- wa wry wild, and everybody in issuing out of the Honorable Circuit ;

diced jury nnd periured evidence. I do the 1t-.L street ran in a panic when Poison Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of We have been the Agents of the Florida Fruit Exchange since its organizationuntil

not ask for mercy. I ask) for justice.I Florida, in and for Brevard county this season, when they decided to confine their western shipments to Chicago It'
have not had justice. t'rim? Punishable WltJi Dt>ath. dated the twentieth (20) day of Decem and St. Louis. "<'

Burke stopped chewing gum long I ('IL'YiA:'.-KXJA, Tenn.. Jan. !.">.-Will ber. A. D. ]889.- in a certain cause in
enough to Bay: "I am innocent. I always C.:-.rden..s \ :;; white man vho, ever- chancery therein depending, wherein We have been the recognized headquarters for Florida Oranges in the Northwest -

knew that in England they allow ali ei'Ls a 'o. attempted to ,>uudge the 3. Terry is the complainant and A. F. S. for years, and have the Largest Orange Trade and Longest Experience of f

perjurers to go on the stand and convict : erson <,!; a. title drl.m1, *ul'd LauraStivers Williams and llepsey F. Williams, his any house in the We&t.We .
innocent men but I'never knew it was iear v'lcx, miii '!*'n i., has beenon ao
wife, are defendants thirty ( ) days
have the best Auction Room in the country and will sell Oranges at
done in America. .
trial 'or t.: e r.'ue the: pasvoek.: having passed since the date of said decree -
A moment's- ence followed, and then \eiuict Auction or Private Sale as shippers may wish
vriday the irv romi"d a of 1 will, as Special Master iu Chancery P
the court s-idf "Will the prisoners guilty. T'jccaltv: i in hh t-dte :s deathb sell at public sale to the highest
Correspondence solicited. References. Any of the National: Commercial Agencies i f
E riser The three men again and
: ; tl.er'ti"n: of the
; hang.jx ll and best bidder for cash, in front of the '
Local Banks Jobbing Houses or the Florida Fruit Exchange.
the court imposed sentence in the follow-
coiut. 'J !.e 'iud,a'.s)'had! }hil drcision. Court-house door in Titusville. Brevard
ing words: "Following and confirmingthe It L couJ.ujiiialIy i believed: tliatCardci* the third of
Fla. on (3) day
county. ,
verdict of the jury the judgment of
will have to hang.
the court is that you be taken to the February. A. D. 1890, the same being Sweeping Reduction.
penitentiary at Joliet and there confinedfor The Death I on. the first Monday in the month and a legal j

the term of your natural, lives." Ex-Gorrrnor Grer, of Kansas, died Sun- sale day, between the legal hours of

Cpughlin and Burke heard tt lie words liiy morning at Manhattan: Kan. sale? all the following real estate situate 2B PER CENT. OFF FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS.
without losing command of their feelings in the county of Brevard and State of t

f bat Sullivan's lips quivered and School Building Ilurued. Florida, described as follows to-wit: Having an Over-Stock of the following Goods we hauc determined to nuke a

his face had .a worn, pinched expression OJLOn.\DO, S:'aIXGS, CoL, Jan. 17.-:- Commencing at the northwest cornerof
addition Ti- C1earan..ce Sca1e
block A in Coleman's to :
The high school building here was
The defense was granted sixty days to burned Monday night, causing a loss estimated tusville. as shown record on the in the map clerk's of said office ad- Of them at the Immense Reduction of 23 per cent. to Cash Purchasers for the
Ill e a bill of exceptions. it was announced at .:;:311)00. Insurance 11,000.. dition now on next 10 Days.
that Lawyers Forrest. on shoe The origin of the fire is unknown. II if Brerard county, Florida; from said ; .
and Wing had been retained to take the point of beginning run east along the w LOUNGES, R
case to the supreme court in the March lliver Steamer Destroyed. i iHOXIE. south side of Coleman avenue one hun- I A

h term. Ark., Jan. 17.-The steamer : dred and ninety-eight: (19S) feet to the L COUCHES, T
Now Behind Prison Wall Decker hnrwJIonlay night on Cur- west side of Hopkins street; thence run L T

Sheriff Matson succeeded in gettingthe ; rant rivt". Loss about 15,000.. No south along the west side of Hopkins O READING CHAIRS, A
Cronin prisoners safely away to lives v.-ei'>' ht.t. The freight and bteamer street two hundred and eighty-three W RECEPTION CHAIRS NIt
Joliet Tuesday night, and they are now will Le a owl loss. 2S3)) feet; thence turn and run west one ,
in the penitentiary, where their natural hundred and ninety-eight ((19S) feet to GENTS' ROCKERS.
O. A. R. Post
lives are to be spent. The sheriff at one Negroes Controlling the east side of Palm street; thence K LADIES' ROCKERS,
time thought he would keep the sen- NEW OHLS.VNS, Jan. 15.Applications north along the east side of Palm E CORNER CHAIRS, .

d tenced men in jail a day or two in orderto from colored ex-Federal soldiers for ad- street two hundred and eighty-three D TETEATETE'S.All .
permit: them to say farewell to their mission to the Grand Army are beginning feet to the point of beginning, and
friends and"concluding business arrangements to pour in from all sections of said land being in lot two (2)), of section in the latest anil most elegant; designs and finish. We will ake iaelude id

with the outbids world but Louisiana and Mississippi. Vicksburg thirty-four (34), township twenty-one the above elegant Ramie and Plush Parlor Suits for TEN DAYS ONLY.

changed Ms mind after the adjournmentof wants to establish Jackson, two negro and this posts, (;:H), south of range thirty-five ((35); east, ]:: cn't: IMEiss: the Opportunity.
Natchez one, city
court and thought it best to put according the United States survey;
them through atbnce. half a dozen. Before the next encampment also that plat of land described as follows -
called it u highly probable that Clark & Loftus
It was a good deal of a shock to the : The north half of the north half ,
the d.'ir'.aent of the gulf will be in ,
when told must leave the
prisoners they
of six section ,
lot thirty-six (36)
control and it is not im- (6),
of th' ,
if jail at once. This was about half an nejntK-s will select of their township thirty-one (31), south of range Furniture & House Goods
hour before train time, but they did not pobsiue i.iai ti.ey one east ten Furnishing
demur. Hurried preparations were color forrmpnt commander They thirty-nine ((39) containing ,
made and about to 0 o'clock claim that wna ih<-> 0.000 or r .ooo ex- Terms cash. I
a quarter Witness hand at Titusville. Fla., 40 & 42 West Bay St. Jacksonville
f Sheriff Matson notified the prisoners Fed.ral ne':;ro dir: in Louisiana and my : ,
this the 27th day of December, A. D.
, that they must start. The three were Mio-isni'\ 'pi i !lta.e i admitted
handcuffed together., Burke in the center -" posts will lie &uppliants. 1S 9. SEWARD F. GRAY. FLORIDA.
! and led out into the street where
a I Chicago 31an 3Iissln; at Knoxville. Special Master iu Chancery.

carriage awaited them. Into th 8 they I KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 16.-A month JONES &; ATKINSON, C1yde S1ea Ce
. were bundled, their companions being ago D. A. Davis, a steel drummer Chicago 37 Solicitors for Complainant.HINDERCORNS. .sb.ip >.
Officers Bell and while in
Haight, 9 car
to Knoxville He
riage following were Sheritl' Matson and I came in a few days and has since disappeared been- : New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.

Deputies Decle, Gros and Spears. I Saturday A. L. Biddle and G. The only fnrw Cure for Corns. Stops all rain. F.n."Uf"tI
Schuettler and Officer Collins, the missing. comfort to the feet lie at Drug st& Hiacoi&:Co.,N.Y.Gov .
Capt. E. Noyce, of Chicago, reached the cityin
latter being the one who brought Burke search of him. His disappearance is CONSUMPTIVE

from Winnipeg, pack with the pil- i becoming a mystery. Consrb,Bronchitis, Asthma. Indigestion!tae
oner- carnage a bum s-. ARk E R'S OIJJGER TO iN I C. It has cored
and theLwt remedy fur all Ills Modng
the west*eaaea is
Arrijin at the Canal street depot the AGENTS WANTED trom AMectiTe nutrition. Take in lima Me.and tSTRENGTHlVIJTALIir .
men were assisted from the carriage and 5,000 ,

hurried to the Alton train which was mk.._ AT OKCK to sell the
about ready to start. The prisoners and Cbeapestmost Complete -

r guards &et m the smoking car surrounded Authentic
r. Kpleadldly Illustrated,
by new 'palrer men, and seemed willing and THRILLING

4 enough to talk. a HISTORY of How Lost How Regained,
b Conghlin'a IVish."Lwishl STANLEY'SWONDERFUL

could write the story for the I Ipapers. H +iENCEKNOYITIIYSEtE The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as fullers :

,? said Dan. Coughlin.good-natur- : __ (Standard Time.)
r eiliy, in> response to an inquiry as to I r New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.
+ when he would be willing to tell all INA YRiCAPARKER'S
r about the case. Mondays, Wednesdajs& Fridays. Pier C9, E Hirer. Tuesday,Tbondaj &!Bsadaf*.
"'I will put it down as you say it," was Friday Dec. 2':, at 3 t). m., mJ-tWARE, Tb.nd 7.Jan. *, *&!* s
Monday. Dec 30.at 5 p. ra., IKOQOUIS. Sunday. Jan 3 &*4 a_
r; suggested. .;,, Friday Jan. 3, at 3 .
p. m. YEMASsEE TbnmUy/. .aa I*r
",o, answered with a smile, "I HAIR BALSAMCleanses r Monday, Jan. 6.at S p. m., CHEROKEE Sunday Jaa. 1*aa t 8 mTvetdaj.
am no good at talking." and beautifies the hair. THE SCIENCE OF LIFE Wednesday. Jan. 8, at S p. ni. 'VEMIXOlS Jan. U. at 10 *s
had IJ Promotes a luxuriant growth. Friday Jan. 10. at 3 p. m., DELAWARE! Jan.1C, ftU*s
Although Coughlin no opportunity A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatiseon
Never Fails to Restore
A Gray Monday. Jan 13,at 3 pm. m., IROQUoS. II all faToMdaj.
. to good-by to his wife, he was reasonably Hair bib Youthful Color. the Errors of YouthPreniitare ,Nervous Saadar.Jan ,
pay I PrerentB IHndmff and hair falling and Physical Debility, Lnpuriuea of tae Blood Wednesday,Jan. 15,at 3 p. m.. YEMASSELFnday .Jan. S3. at 4 ft s
cheerful. Jan. 17. at 3 .
m. I.-
6 Patrick O'Snllivan, the ice man, was Monday. Jan. 20, at 3 R m. SEMINOLE,! Sunday Jas. !t. stf.*
and would not talk while 1 a Wednesday, Jan. ?2.at S p.n. DELAWARE '_ Tiw.dar ...u. M 14P s
depressed ENGLISH Friday Jan 24, at 3 p. m. IROQUOIS/ TlmndaY. Jaa. aa.aBandar. U..
Burke seemed relieved to get out of the f PENNYROYAL PILLS. Monday Jan. 27,at 3 p. m., YEMASSEE. .Feb. 2.at l ,
jail. This isnt quite as lively a time as Red Crou Diamond Brand. Wednesday,Jan. 29. at 3 p. m., CHECOKEE. Sunday Tab. 4 iii is
I had when I was coming from Winnipeg >W '. DeIJ nUPJe rill b'us]. tcafe'.4 Friday, Jan. 31, at 3 p. m., sE n OLE/ hnrsday _'..g.II'a is

," he said, as he puffed his cigar. ::. l.ae.Brad,.sat m red Drgtai't neaalh.hoa.e&.4 to m.1)1.4 *- Recalling from Folly Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to
'but it's better than staying in jail all Oe .ttakl.ertbOss.Taksa..tken 8e4-&eo Overtaxation, Enervating t unfitting the victLn
toe ewtlrai.n ask "Belief for Warned Social J. A. LESLIE Supt., Jacksonville: T. O. EGER. Traffic Itaaa ft Ore,5sw T(r!;
all. (cuapt) for Work,Business,the RelationAvoid r. BovllEC
and not getting out at
; the time "........ ). lOBS L. BOWARD. *
La4J .aIL .o.ckklesteecke nnixillfcl pretenders. Poeaesa this great F. F.A., .Jacbon Ue. F. XL 1ROSMOSQEB, T P. A.. J *** *
Very Quiet About It. Ma111a4L..bq.PkWda. work. It contains S'X 0 pa ses,I'OTalSY'1. Beautiful W)[. P. CLYDE S CO' General 4\I: nu. 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia I a.. 1.w-

The arrangements for the departure binding,embossed fall gilt Price only 11.00 by ling Green, New York. ___
MADE WITH BOILING WATER. mail,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. Clnstratire -
been made so secretly that no one Prospectus Free,If you apply now. The
r of the newspaper reporters knew duttogniahed author,Wm. H. Pai'biM.. D.. re- StrLLwbarry Plants Ixa. Septmbrhunan'a
about it whatever. Consea E pPiS'SGRATEFULCOMFORTING. eerredttM GOLD A.. JEWELLED MEDAL and
j from the National leal AMoclatlon for Improved Hoffman's Seedling, 4.00 per 1000. Order t( 'lg.
none prisoners' friends
them off. PUTICALDEBU ITY.DGParkerandaeorps Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and dlisate.INDIAN .

hope the newspapers will let us of Assistant Physicians may be consulted, confi RIYEK BRAND, manufactured by an old firm the Davldge Fertilizer Cfc

,4 "alone now," wailed Sullivan; "they O OcO 3d deattallypy THE PEABODY mail or MEDICAL in person at INSTITUTE the offlct of, Send for Circular. Also Bone ,Meal Cotton Seed Meal etc. and Mape. tied

helped to convict us. We didn't have N..4 Balflneh 8t,BMt.n,BlaM.to whom all Daridge'a Fertiliurs. A full line of.Omamental Fruit.Trees. Send for eatalegoJON .

any fair trial at all. l MADE WITH BOILING WATER. 'orders for uabcm.book ocktten for adrk should be B. BEACH, IndianHIiTer Nurseries, Melbourne, Frs.vR .
and th
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_l lJ J, W ROGERS & CO.,

Before an intelligent, appreciative and

p f FORWARDINGAND discriminating public, present ourselves

and make our bow, announcing that we <* a

I ..... Schedules in Effect Xov. 17,1SS9.
""r.: are candidates for their favors, good CUREANDTONEUP
Trains of this line run on Central Standard THE GENERAL
A strictly first-class machine,folly warranted and COMMISSIONMERCHANTS! I Time and arrive and depart from the wishes and-cash.
best material, kilied AILMENTS OiFfrJE5YSTEMTAKE
from by
made very workmenand K:
with best tools ever devised for the purpose. J. T., & W. and S. F. & W. Union de-
Warrrnted to do all that can be reasonably expectedof pot. As blood is thicker than water, so is
the very best typewriter extant Capable of Writ.
ing 150 words per minute or more according to the West India Fast 31 ail. cash better than credit. We propose to
ability of the operator. PRICE, $100. 1'0.27 No-14
Address, PARLSII 31'FG. CO., 12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m get out of the old ruts, and Sell our
Agent*wanted. 0 PARISH N. Y. ,
t 1 36 m..Green Cove
p Spring..5 21 a m Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard
2 30 pm.........-Palatka-.........4 25 a m

3 30 p m........ ..Seville ...........3 02 a m Cash.

4 13 p m..DeLand Junction..2 03 a in a o o

-- .-. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 4 23 p m..0ranse; City June....! 49 a m We handle a first-class line ofClotliing

5 15 pm...........Sanford...........1 15 a m

-:o:- 6 13 p m..........Orlando..........11 40 p m
S 7 20pm.........Kissimmee.......10 50 p m

WE WANT 10 13 p m..........Tampa........... 7 30 p m .O' :
10 45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv_ 6 30 p m I 5

Q THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between y 'p H IL:
New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stopsat Both Ready-made and to Order. s. .,
Kissimmee for supper. Nos. 14 and 27 rhyifcUni odors F.P.P.M a splendid eonbtaaUoa.
HOW? -and preecribe"With great aatUfKtton Air the aura oc
WE WANT connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steam- all forms a.d t UM of Primary Secondary and T-rUp -

". "Can the world know a man has a good You to be sure to Come and See Us ship Line for Key West and Havana. Ships Our
thin? unless he advertises the possession sail from Port Tampa on Mondays and .F *swrs
or it. '-v AIfDUJltLT. When you come to town. Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27
WE WANTTo connects Southern at Palatka Railway.Junction with the Florida Famishing DepartmentIs FFy L Aary

\ i Talk to You. TRAINS BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION: AND I' Complete. Nobby Hats from
f DELAND.: SypblUa SyphlUUe BbennaUfa,Heroftlooa ttc rs
and Sure.Glandular SweUiEgt iitt,Malaria
WE WANTTo Lv DeLand NoSO No32 No34 No36 No3S first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the old Chronic fir*** that hT rvditedCatarrh. alt treatment, i

Junction-4:45p 8:50a 12:35p 2:20p 4:1 op most fastidious. Trunks, Valises arid
) WRITE US Work With You. Ar DeLand 4:40a 9:10a 12:50p 2:35p 7:05p
Hand Satchels, too low to quote.
i No31 No33 XoSo No37 No39

wherever you live,and WE WANTTo Lv DeLand3:40a 8:20a. 11:30a hSl'p 3:5Op For fine Cigars and Tobaccos :Li.O A
a we will ship you a Post-You on the Markets. Ar Deland we can _

a 1 fine instrument on 15Days' Jnnction.3:35a S:40a ll:45a 2:07p 4:10p not be excelled in the county. Skin Diaeaict.Lciema, Chronio Female Com- k kplainteSt.rcuataa
j i Test Trial in WE WANTTo Trains 38 and 39 run daily. Nos. SO Potion,Tatter sal ScaMbead.. Uen'ate-,eta ItS. i
P.P.P.Ispowerfultonto aaaer .et>
and 31 run on Mondays, Wednesdays and We earnestly ask an inspection of 2 2o
: your own home. Ship For You and See to Your Shipments Friday only. \os. 34 and 35 run to and our
J Goods! before buying elsewhere.J. .
here. from Bere&fonl on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays. All others daily except Sun-
: t
I WE WANTTo day.South W. Rogers & Co. .

, either* Buy or Handle most of the Florida Accommodation.
No. 23. Xo. CO.
this sectionof ,building up the system rapidly
Fruit and Produce of
: CASH REQUIRED 8 30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 15 p m Ladies wboae Systems are poisoned sad whoa blood
ts In an Impnr condition dn. to menetreai trregolartll. -
. the country. 9 33 a m...Green Cove Spring..5 LT p m ..

Until you have tested and approved. Our freight 10 35 a in........ ..Palatka...........4 25 p m

"- both Style ways,price if or instrument quality. fads Ours to the please ri k.yours in either only WE WANT 11 39 am............Seville ...........3 03 P m S. H. RAY

to give fair and full test, and buy if fully pleased. 12 SOl) m... DeLand Junction ...2 11 p m ,
You to Know if we cannot Buy Your
12 41 p ru... Orange City June ...2 03 p m

40,000 Southern Homes Product, We Can Ship it for You. 3 35; p m.........Titu.'ville.........11 57 am

SaJ'Pliedbyuuince iSoon this TEST TRIAL I 1 20 P m..Ar Sanford Lv......1 301) m TITUSYILLE, FLA.
ties are pecnUaclT benefited ov the wonderful tons and
PLAN,first introduced in the South by us. Fair WE WANT Daily except Sunday. Xo 23 connects* blood clean.ing'bropertlea et 2r.,F.!,..rrlcUy Aab,Pots
est method of sale possible,and a great benefit to Palatka with Florida Southern Railway. Root and fetUs'lmn. ? j
those at a distance w ho cannot visit our ware-rooms You to help us to make Titusvillea Connection made also with Indian

ALL RISK SAVEDBy distributing point for the Productsof River steamers at Titusville to and fromlandings PWB mm R*&:
? "> ?'
the river, and sell our on Indian River. Con'l Merchandise < :
this trial plan and purchasers absolutely Jacksonville and Sanford Accommodation. &Mp l'A
Products here.
ruedpcrfect instruments at the very lowest r
I possible cost. Selling only the best instruments .
made,that will! stand the most severe and WE No. 15 Xo. 78
comprehensive tests,w'e do not fear to sendthem WANT BROS.
out 3 35 p uuLv Jacksonville Ar..12 40 p m STORE. LIPPMA Proprietors,
on trial and J Wt them stand solely on thenmerits.. WHOLESALE DBUOQI3T3.
AH we ask is the privilege cf shipping on ap In fact to save you money, and can do it 3 33 p m..Green Cove Spring..11 37 a m Block. SAVANNAH, GLXHS

proval. No suit, no pay. Our freights if we fall. if you will help us. 4 30 p m..........Palatka .........10 45 a m Lippman

5 40 p m...........Seville- .... ... 9 30 a m .
,. EASY TO BUY 6 38 p m..Deland Junction... 8 44 a m bMt
From us by correspondence. No matter whether 6 49 p m..Orange City June... 8 30 a m propose keep

you live either ten or a thousand miles from us.He You to know we are headquarters for 7 30 p m..Ar Sanford Lv..... 7 55 a m
snip to all Southern States. Our system is Daily Sunday.
r perfect Prices in plain print and alike to all. Vegetables, Crates, etc. except Palatka Junction with A First-Class Stock
One price only. No more, no less. Large No.78 connects at
Discounts from makers prices. All competition Florida Southern Railway. td
met. Complete outfits free. All freight WE WANTTo
Sanford and Luke Eusti Railway.
paid. Easy installments. Every inducement that
any fair dealing house can offer. Sell you your Orange Boxes and LEAVE ARRIVE -OFGROCERIES-
No. HO No 82 :r i u', 'c u, ;' 4
Orange Wraps, and will do it if you No. 81 No. 83
Write for Valuable Information. 7:40 pm 9:00 a m..Sanfort_R:10 a 1:10 p m
Catalogues, Circulars, Special will come to see us. 8:01 p m !:30 a m..Paola..7:59a 12:47 pm

Fall Offers-1889. Copy of new 8:34 p m 10:22 a m.Soircnto7:34a 12:17 pm
Paper" Sharps and Flats"- WE WANT 8:4S p mlO:46 a m.M Dora.7:22a 12.03 pm

ALL FREE. Address You to know that wc4rc Agents for the 9:00 p nillrlO a m.Tavarcs7:10a 11:50 pm EconoeMen nl!
Daily except Sunday. No. 18 connectsat
Ocala Hock Lime, and will furnishit Sanford with West India Fast Mail. No.

UDDEN & BATES low down. 82 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand 'TBUUST
L Sanford accommodation for points DRY COODS

Indian River Express.No. .

SAVANNAH CA. You to know that we bum our own 27 No. 78

Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, 12 40 p. m..Lv. Jacksonville Ar-12 40 p m NOTIONS :

I bottom prices. 130 p m..........Palatka..........10 45 a m t ';;
give i
MY SON"Deal can you 3 30 p m...........Seville........... 9 36 a m .
WE WANT 4 13 p m..DeLand Junction.. 8 44 a m
with the men who advertise. You 4 49 p m..Enterprise.-...... 7 58 a m Mens'JuHcs' & Chi1tlrells'SHOES.

will never lose by it."-BEN. FRANKLIN. You to know that we handle Cement 6 20 p m_..Ar Titusville Lv... 5 45 a m

47-Write L &B.S. M.H.about it.Q and Plaster Hair. Daily except Sunday. Steamers leave Ti
tusville daily except Sunday,for all pointsto '
Indian River far south Melbourne .
as as '
at 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne /

: 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, / ED. L. IIt rY.

: represent connecting then with stage for Juno and all GLASSWARE Ask your dealer for F4 L.Hontley Co.*
& Edwards
Thompson landings on Lake Worth. ,

of Chicago: Halifax River Express. HONEST CLOTHING

The largest manufacturers of Fertil- N o. 27 No. 78 HARDWAREAND

izers in the west, and keep constantly 12 40 p m...Lv Jacksonville Ar-12 40 p m If our goods are not In the hands of some)
2 20 p m..._Ar Palatka Lv...-10 45 a m STOREKEEPER in your section you can FRO-
on hand the following brands of their CUBE THEM from the BEST KNOWN and
2 50 p m.-Lv Palatka. Ar...- 9 35 p m largest MAIL-O&DEB Wholesale CLOTOIXO Houn
Goods: 6 00 p m..Ormond.......... 6 25pm in the world,at prices that will MAKE YOUR

k 1 World of Good, for Orange Trees. 6 25 p m...-Ar Daytona Lv..._ 6 00 a m Ship Chandlery Goods. eyes afford snap TO and DO KEEP IT. If YOU your guessing DEALER how does we can not

World of Good, for Truckers. Daily except Sunday. keep our goods. send to a* and we WILL fur-
Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, No. Dish you a Suit or Overcoat, expreu or mall
Pure, fine Ground Bone. 82 West Bay street and at Union depot, TEase paid on receipt of price. We will win and hold
will be the main features of my your patronage If you try us with an order 1 We (
Owtta,and Trade-Marks obtained and all Patent Blood, Bone and Potash. Jacksonville.J. business, but orders sent me for have built up this Immense .
any- ydoinyot
business> conducted for MODERATE FEE Bone Meal. ,
Chicago in in Titus-
thing kept any store ers aa we would be done by.
Oun OrnctlaOPPOSITE U.S.PATEI'tT' o tt1" Supt. Gen. Pass. Agl.
those ville will be filled. ED.L.HUHTLBT A Co., Style Originators.
Lees than
remote ana' we from can secure Washington.patent in time Dissolved Bone. ,,r. P. LAWSHE,Ticket Agt.,Titusville.D. promptly

Bend model drawing or photo.,with deecripton. F. JACK, General Manager.. tftailff*In ordering Suits or Overcoats observe
We adriM, tt patentable or not free oxtaatge. WE WANT $3: 8'"_strictly following roles for meaimre.
tm Ueecnred. ment: reaetmc.aau.re.over Test,close op under
A PA.Oars Pw Lrr BoY not doe to Obtain patent Patents."with You to know we keep on hand GEO. E. CHASE A. G. CHAPPELL. Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens! arms. Waist measure,over pant*. Inside
tames of actoaf clients to jour State,county: ,or leg measure from crotch to heel
of Potash GEO. E. CHASE & CO.
town,Mat tree. Address, Sulphate rst National Banc of Chi-
Land Plaster, Or any Country Produce my customersor eagoT capital (3,000,000 Continental National
Canada H. W. Ashes, SHIP CHANDLERY friends may bringto Bank of Chicago,capital$3,000,000. t
C.* market.I .
OMti PATcu OmCL WAtnmaTOii.
Tobacco Stems and ED. L HUNTLEY & Co", Manufacturers -

Cotton Seed'1\1 eal. HARDWARE, and Wholesale Dealers in Clothing
ask for a share of the public patron- 124
for Men Boys and Children 122 and

t WE WANT Patent. Lois, Wire RODe Rimini, I age die, and tator come, asking as a for supplicant your favors.If not. a Market,Sl,Chicago, ID. P.,O. Box 667.

You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE '
FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS. courteous treatment,good
goods and low figures is NOTICE.
WANT Agent for Devoe & Co.'s Paints Tule
e 1 the candidate for All concerned tale notice that I trill,
t To merit your patronage by fair and Life Preservers, Tent & Awning Co., public favor, '* on or about the 1st day of February" ,
ulwc Patent
s Anchors.
honest dealings, and we mean business. then I'melected. 1890, make application to the Honorable

FBOM NEW YORK CITY. TRY US.Respectfully. BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS. the Pardoning Board of the State of

Mr. A, H. Hawfces-Dear Sirs Your PATENT Correspondence Solicited. Telephone Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co. Florida for pardon of the crime of &Sf
zy8 GLASSES received sometime since and am whichI
-:0t' :- sault with intent to murder of $ .
'Sri much gratified at the wonderful change that 266. Chilled Plows and Sugar _
discarded convicted at the fall term of the
has 'have was
y old eome glasses over,my and eyesight am now dace wearing yours.ALSitYDCS !. v Wos. 88 90, E. Bay St., Cane Mi114. Circuit Court in the year A. D..1883, in" '

stationers'AoAS.L Baird of Trade. JACKSONVILLE: FLA. '. and for Brevard county, Florida. .
Secretary ,
.. AH fitted at the Drug Store of TLA. JAlSS :WATSON CO. :3O-1rr.J s. H. ,B.a"V. 4 JOHN J. TUCKEB. *
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8 ,> .. 'RY1g THEP, ORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1890+ : r _

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LOCAL NEWL W. A. Wilkstrom, an*artist from Swe-I .

L -M. B. BunnelL brick-layer and den, is stopping at the Carleton sketch- x

k plasterer, is prepared to take contracts ing our country.Mr. nen
't anywhere on Indian River. Address D. W. McQuaig has received his ors THIS RESERVED FOR

1 all communications to Tituaville, Florid appointment as a member of the school p"'

29 board of Brevard county.It cOT --

-Ir. C. S. Ridgway, of Lumberton, is stated that another store for another :r

y. J., a friend of :Mr. Matt. Quay, the branch of business will be erected

politician, is here, and says the latter will here immediately.Mr. <

arrive on Indian River next Wednesdayfor S. F.Gibbs has a new arrangementfor ::s. J. P. TURNER & COMPANY

a health vacation. Mr.Ridgway started spraying his garden of his own man- S.o l

to-day for St. Lucie where he will ufacture that works to perfection.

spend about six weeks at Paine's famous Work begun Tuesday on the sidewalkon S.f

St. Lucie Hotel.It new Haven Avenue,and on Thursdaythe f

is with pleasure that we chroniclethe improvement on Front street will
arrival of a son and heir at the homeof begin.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Norwood, City Mr. Lockwood's store was doing a good p2 .

Point, a few days ago, and the auspiciousevent business Saturday evening. Our other O t

was hailed with joy by the delighted stores think they cannot be undersold for o< .

!, parents. The STAB tenders its r+ GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. II. ROLLI a,

best wishes for the future prosperity of cash.Mrs. I Atty.-at-Law. Attv.-at-Law. Notary Public >
M. M. Ely has been quite ill, but
the little B.obbin.s. Graham d3 B.oll1-rtA
stranger. O ,
is in a fair way toward recovery. Her tot .

-Rev. J. X. Jones preached at the ailment was congestion of the brain, we REAL ESTATE DEALERS,

L new :\Methodist Church, Sunday morning believe.Messrs.. >r:: AM. KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUUIIT, SOLI A E. (:II.'XGED.

last tojfc fair congregation. In conse- CTJ Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.
Morris have y
&Hitchings nearly ...
in the
quencSSf there lights
being no
finished their contract on the Hotel In- I-. O. Box, 230,
church service was held in the even
no dian River, Rockledge from whence theygo lot BltEVARD
ing. The reverend gentleman has been 00 09 TITUS,MLLE, CO., FLORIDA.

suffering from a severe cold for sometimepast to City Point. ';J We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real R.tate and are sole Agents for a large list oi

Great improvements will be made here carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
>" which is now gradually disap
PIANO for SALE Information furnished character location and value of
very soon, and we hear of something in RELIABLE as to any Property
t pearing.Mr. Indian River.
the wind that will be of immense advant on
G. H. Altree has given the ALSO Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business; are unequalled
age to the whole river country.Mr. A SEINE, 50 YARDS LONG. and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending FBrcha* n vh>
of the and
pnrsership steamer Georgiana far
R. W. Andrews and Miss Mary APPLY A may us with their patronage.
at present is engaged by Mr. Kidwell to No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. .
act as clerk and steward for the Grand Blake arrived Saturday from Sharon, Pa. Dr. C. A. Hentz, City Point, Fla. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicateilesiring large btlk of low-

We are happy to hear that Mr. Andrews land' Write for Descriptive
priced Pamphlet.
Edith who
View Hotel. Hb sister, ,
includ- is improving in health, though slowly.A The New Rock Ledge Hotel.
liar the river
trip ,
n on a
GEORGE ){. ROBBIXS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. retaryBrcva.t.c1.
New House New Furniture. Cuisine, bet
ing Lake.Worth, for about two weeks, large party from Chicago and Cin- sanitary conditions perfect. For further LTostrztot of Title Oo.
o'Sanford yesterday morning, cinnati are expected soon at the Goode information address ,
returned G. M. BRADLEY, Proprietor, I I Incorporated A. D. 1889.
after staying.in; town a few days. House to remain three or four mouths.

-Another.Dance. In consequence of This popular resort will then be comfort lUCK LEDGE, FLA. CAPITAL STOCK, $5OOO ; FULLY PAID; AO\-ASS ESS ABLE.

ably full. Charges for Abstracts as follows: ;3.00 for Opening Number and oOc. for each ads ,i
"of folks for YOUNG ORANGE GROVE I
the eagerness our young dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz., $3. 30
another terpsichorean social gathering, Mr. Stone Smith, a heavy iron manufacturer for the first additional and 5Cc. for each succeeding transfer. .
Well located Indjan River payingnet
we may;say there will be one at Wager's of Troy. N. Y., with his business 10 per cent.on now. Price, 3000.; Taxes Paid for Xoii-ResIUeiifs.

Hal on Thursday evening next, the 30th manager. Mrs David Kidd, and EngineerP.
Bark: la n. Answer quick. C3f For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident laud owners of the worry and
instant, and all those who were invitedto Black, have arrived Melbourne on ADDKESS, BOX 216TITUSVILLE. annoyance incident to the Pavment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax

the last dance are, with their friends Mr. Smith's naphtha-launch Aladdin. Sale. 12

invited to attend this one,irrespective There has been some hitch in the daily Scliooiier, MANATEE, Box 25O, Titusville, Fla.

i of invitations. Admission: Gentlemen, mail south of this- lace. Xo instructionshad J. ,r. ZELLERS, Master. -

including. their j1 d friends, $1. By been received Saturday and no per- This 15-ton Yacht can be charteredfor II.eii- i v r :EIcte1: ,

order. Committees Chas. H. Walton, son appointed postal clerk, so the tri all points up and down the river.

J. W. Hnntingtonfj. S. Watson D. Commodious, safe and good accommo- -=--- --
.E. weekly mail is all the lower river has --
fiCS.*. dations. Further particulars address -- = = Hotel b new Furniture

Rainey.. TITUSVILLE, FLA. -- is Capacity 120
,; !f : .. yet.The new.
4 "" steamers Maggie Dillon and Ra- XOT1CE. Guests.
; La Grange. -
.. .. mona are off the ways, and Capt. McFad- To the citizens and visitors of Titus- -- Table supplied with Qj-
Froscher has been ill Fish Duck Veei-
Carrie quite sters ,
den now has Mr. Hildreth's steamer on. ville: I am prepared to do all kind of
Will Day has retired from*'the store.GrOTea laundry work, and am the onl"laundres.s --- _- = son, Oranges, Pineapples, \J
We learn she is to be lengthened ten feet. = -=- c = Bananas,etc.SaltandSuJphur.
in the town. Work 'done at reasonablerates
are suffering severely from lack Capt. McFadden is one of .the busiestmen and satisfaction guaranteed. _= Baths
of rain. the river. Free to Guests.
;* on MRS. I. H. GOBEY
s Ii C
SSr Sail Row and Steam

IW..Cl: 3S lmo. Titusville Fla.JACKSONVILLE
attends conference The Et. Lucie brought the heaviest -
\ T .- x boats connected -with the
'yr ; w
this week. freight last Monday she has ever carried. i f ;? a ,, r Hotel.

Mrs. Wesson a former resident, has It was nearly sundown when she arrived 2 .2......_ p" Best of hunt, tad
.. -J. Fishing. Hunters Dogi
and long after dark when she left. The .4 ;; -.r; ;
been in town.lrsl1"Lllis.
o =_ =: and Guns
= :. :: rf on :aPfJfiestioe.
) Feaster has nearly recov- warehouse is filled to overflowing with -'": .;. !. t-4 Rates: 52 to 13 per daj.
:= : c Z (5 t--f.... .
freight! for the lower river. ... week
ered from her recent indisposition and f: :... ;; ."': $ 'a Special rates per
fall. How does it sound to hear of ripe "--1 .-.... :'c --" :=c. or month.

We the of strawberries in connection with the horrible :: ;; ?... -< ;::
were happy recipient a x
weather they are experiencing at .... TITUS"VILLE: : FLOa.3DA.Situated .
basket of strawberries from :Mendell's c: S C = .. .
the north? From plants set out the latter ..... :: ;: .. .. on the Banks of the fur-fained India River.
place. : >
= = :
part of November Mr. R. W. Andrews :: < =.. The Chief Office of t;. S. Signal Service I* in the Indian Rlrer Dot l.
)I B. and Miss c r. --
Wilson Charlotte Pal- r. MuC < s=
has already gathered some very fine "y; K ?: F. B. SACKETT, Proprietor.
mer were the'guests of friends in the :settlement .. -= -.. > .'::'
I.i';:; 7 = 0
onejlav last week. _+ 3 ;::'. ; '- > -
Meiers. Geo. Anderson and J. B. V. < o (I u"1. m 0 o :-0 E. L. BR..A..DYGroceries
3Irs. W. Macon with her two children 1 t4r ,
f Ten Eyck, of Somerville, X. J., and Mr. c = _. = 0.... L..J
and friend, Miss Ida Vandavel, of Savannah Lester B. Alexander, of West Hoboken, :: :: g = r-z> Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
visited T. Johnson. = ::'" ; a a ti: : ft 0 ,
t- X. J. will arrive at the Carleton this
u. ;; :; 0o
Ij I call the attention of the People of Indian River and
5 4 Monday, ]Ir. J. T. Twichell returned week to remain for the season. Mr. Alexander -: = M fA otE z Fancy to my Stock of Staple .
from Jacksonville bringing with him Mrs is an enthusiastic sportsman and "1 s" Pi :!. ,"C ''Ii :x

'I Twichell and his friends, Capt. and Mrs. will bring some fine dogs and an extensive ',--- c""0') c5 c: K;:: c: ; Groceries, Fruit and Food ProductsOf
Weller,of Kansas City, who will pass the hunting outfit. .00... "-"" at" all kinds. Also my Stock of
:: 5. ;
r winter at MerritL The happy party visited We have heard rumors of a new enter- 00 x vx Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat.I

., -Mr. Twichell's property at this : ..," __ a Id.M Ic .
prise here and are pleased to state it is ...
t,,, place and supped with his sister, :Mrs. settled that "=1 r0; .,---. am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively) in the above Line of
have y
to c
we are a new store -
Feastegafter[ which they drove to Titus'rilleto here immediately. Arrangements have 2 flrs .t-4......, Goods. I buy closet and will sell close. I incite jour correspondence and ceUeii
= your patronage. truly
ery ,
take the boat down the river. -<
; 0 s.
been made to build at oncea store on the 'tI': :; -.. : _. E. L. BRADY.

Tlieee. pupils of school No. 1 who had lot between Mr. Lockwood's grocery and M :=:: :.c g. ,....'" 'II !

perfect recitations the past week .are as the Riverside. The ground floor will be Cu ::-:: =" g.- eIC> GOLDSMITH BROS.
folIoVarElbert Froscher Coleman and ..,.,
used for dry goods, etc., Work will be- co 3 ,

Carrie Mendel and Janie Johnson; in B gin as soon as the lumber can be got on ;--: :: .r.:1G. : ,y....'" We are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors, and having

grade, Bert Johnson, Jakie and Jerome the round.W' .. =c.. 75, \eI-. enjoyed a good patronage from the bejnnnine, we solicit the rood will of oar

Feaster. ,Green Coats,Lena Mendel, John friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always) keep a full Stock fcf..

and Mary Carlile and Mabel Allaire; in e hear that Mr. Evan C. Thomas has MARBLE GO Dry Goods Clothing Hats Notions Etc.
ecidded to accept a position with Mr. L. ,
C grade, Henry Carlile, Lee Coats and
Julia Feaster in D grade, Thomas Ellis C. Oliver, of Titusville. While wishing Dealers in3Iunuments And especially invite our friends to look at our Rarcains in this line. We
; friend Oliver all good things imaginable, have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies, trhiei &
Chas. Carlile and Myers Froscher. worth Seeing and Buying.
we cannot but regret to lose :Mr. and Mrs. to .
community We only deal in
The e were alarmed Mondayafternoon"by Thomas from
our community. Mrs
: the news that Chas. Holt, :: Iron Fencing IFlrsrfc-Oleissi Goods
Branch also loses a most able and o : ,
the invalid!husband of Mrs. Chaudoin's popular S
s niece, had failed to return from a short assistant. Mr. Thomas is a man
bunt.JV. search was made which resultedin fine business abilities and we cordially L 55< Marble, GOLDSMITH BROS., TITTSYILLE, FL1.
finding',the body where he had fallen = :;:;
commend him to all with whom he Granite Slate,
In his last rest. The deceased was a na 3 c
live of Tennessee, 28 years of age and form acquaintance or business relationsin Q. so o Onyx. ,
his newly sought home. Dry Goods Carpets lattings
leaves a wife and infant daughter. Mrs. Building Stone,

Holt will return to Nashville, leaving a "La grippe"* has been getting in its .!: Wire Fencing. ,
host of friends who with her
deeply in this sorrow.sympathize work along the river. Mr. F. P. Hassler 3 Slate M&ntels. OIL CLO PH.

II has been trying it on and is convalescent Iron Mantes .

Melbourne.And already. It assumes; a very mild form in Orates.
& Co.
mostcsse3. Mr.John Henry was attackedin Furchgott ;
still the lovely weather continues. ,
,the afternoon, but by adopting heroic U ,a A 0 4 d ,el ter
air:H. Argue has bought a piece of W' jU .
was entirely recovered next
land from W. L Metcalf. R 1. ,
day!JIis treatment was first eight grainsof I U Offer at all times Great Inducements it the above-mentioned Articles.e

Huts Susie DuBose arrived last week quinine, and just before four n J
and welcomed her retiring K t t Window Shades Lace Curtains Rugs
was cordially; by many table spoonsful of good whiskey and one- l1i If jj Turcomans Srapa

friends. half teaspoonful extract amaica ginger, .... and Mats :
The sidewalk between Mr. Lockwood's ;
with to suit in And aQ finds of Tfllnp. Hearths. Wire Mate,and
a.bowl.of hot
'**tore and the Riverside is a great im- sugar .. water, In fad anything made of Wire.Iron,or any kind of They carry a large Stock, and and are able t compete with price nortli. I Ii
provement.The to be taken as boras inn be swallowed, Stone. visiting Jacksonville do not fail to cation theBfflfepwrite to them if IOU &r 8&
Send for Catalogue at the tame time. tUting the
steamer Cleo arrived from Jupiter and supplemented by four Barter's pills. style of good you are lanced of M we haft different want of goods: .. flL % -

Sunday morning and continued onwardto Itla eminentlylraccessful, particularly battae Catalogue- In the different .branch of our 3ft :EOBCN", FUaOH: 'TT & CQ., "

Titusyille, the,middle part. "v if 25 Laura Street. JaeksouTtUe, Fla. _Bay and.Pine Streets, aeksoDJIUe. 3*

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