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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: February 6, 1890
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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* VOL. X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, FEB. G, 1890. NO. 42.

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, LOCAL LACOXICS. -Air. J. A. Clark, of Barberville, was -See Rumph'3 prices in this issue. -Mr. D. W. McQuaig, of Melbourne, Hon. W. S. Norwood was a guest at

.; -J. S. Watson & Co., have just received in town Monday and Tuesday. -Mr. Len. Gardner came up the rh"erI I was a visitor to our town Tuesday.Mr. "Melbourne" last week.

a fine lot seed potatoes. -Mr. W. A. Baugh, of Melbourne, is Monday with his natty yacht, the Robinson and Mrs. C. W. Horne, who have Capt.with Carey's a party new for boat Melbournebeach was down>Sunday -

_)[r. W. R. Knox is painting the staying at this place a few days this week. Crusoe. been stopping at Hotel Indian River for who took supper at the Good House.

Huckabay cottage, on Palm street, occu- -Mr. E. J. Burns has commenced Money Money 11 Money I to a few days were in town Monday.Mrs. The boat is said to be very fast. \' !

pied bv Mr. Eacott, this week. painting his recently built house on loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & i Dr. Hill, a widow lady, of Bainbridge I Many parties take a trip to the.Ocean

-Mr. Peter Fisher injured himself Pine street. Graham, Titusyille, Fla. Ga., is visiting Titusville, for a nowadays; we notice most of them go' to
I Melbourne[ beach, it is so much easier to
quite severely by falling across a bar of Mr. H. D. Pierce, of Hypoluxo, on. -Save your furs and skins and send few days and is quite pleased with the ross the peninsula by rail instead of.

iron at Simonson's boatways a few days Lake Worth, is in town this week, the them to J. Watson & Co. They pay Indian River. walking.A .

ago, spraining a couple of rib' first time for several months. the highest cash price. Messrs.. Gad D, Milton, and Hardee large party from Melbourne Beach'

itRe\. A. T. Sharpe attended the con- Doctor M. D. L. Dodson returned the Yesterday; was warm as a summer Bryan, of YoluMa county were in town came over Saturday and stopped at the

ference of clergy and laymen of the Epis- first part of the week from a trip down day. The thermometer registered SO degrees Tuesday, stopping at Sackett's Indian Melbourne"the service"Monday at tho; many Episcopal attended -

copal Church which was held at Tampalast the river as far as Melbourne. in the afternoon.J. liver Hotel. church, and celebration. of .the holy

week. Bishop Weed was also present.Dr. -Mr. G. M. Bradley, of the new Rock- S. Watson & Co. have on hand -Mr. D. Greenleaf, of Jacksonville. communion.

. :\I.I.Samsand wife, of Beaufort, ledge Hotel, has been quite a frequent two cars of vegetable crates. Don't fail Miss Ruth Greenleaf and Sirs. H. G. Messrs. Rudolph Pape and H. F.

I S. C., were met, on their arrival here visitor to our town the past week. to ee them before you buy.If Elliot, were a party of three stopping at Vatchmuth of Chicago, C. V. Beebe and
Monday afternoon, by Mr.John II. Sams. Indian River Hotel Tuesday. wife of Cassadagjv X. Y., and M. F.
Make known your wants to J. S you want a smooth and easy shave Webb and wife of Plainfield, X. J., are
! They will it for a time at Courtney. Watson & Co. Theirs are 19, and yours just give Hosford. the new barber a call, Every one in this section was delighted stopping at the Goode House.

-31. B. Bunnell brick-layer and may outnumber. theirs, and they can located at Indian River Hotel. with the shovrs of rain Sunday. Miss Bertha Cook from Minnesota, who

plasterer, is prepared to take contracts help you. -Mr. R. B. LaRoche and Dr. M. B, Nearly all the cisterns in town were dry i is staying at Capt. McFadden's, near
on Indian River. Addressall and only the heavy dews which have Eau Gallie, beats the record with pitchfork -
anywhere -Mr. W. Foote and wife, of Branford, Sanft, of Courtney were in town Sunday
and She has this winter killed
ax.
communications to Titusville, Flori- Conn., are registered at the Grand View registering at Indian River Hotel. prevailed for the past two or three two rattlers, one of five feet and the

da. 29 and contemplate spending a month at -Dr. J. B. Screven has the primingcoat months have kept vegetation from withering other over six feet in length. Many men

r, -Go to J.V.. Rogers & Co., at Titus- this place. of paint on his cottage this week. and drying up crisp. More rain do not care to tackle one.

tille, and see their new line of trunks -Mr. J. Terry and family, of youth- Knox, the painter, is doing the work. will be acceptable yet. There was a small but pleasant party-
valises. Just received 100 fine -Dr. John McConnell, a consumptive 3t Captain McFadden's on Thursday eve.
and oyer old
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are making their regular visitto -Mr. F. M. Jolly, Florida
e. passenger Capt. Hildreth Capt. Bennet, Mr.: and
custom-made from the well- from South Carolina, died last :Mondayveiling
suits clothing Indian River, having arrived here last agent of the popular E. T. V. & G. Railway Irs. Adams of steamer City of Columbus -
house of E. L. at the Ronald place, about one
known clothing Huntley
Saturday. was in town last Thursday and FrI- were present. The evening was
A Co. mile west of town. His remains were embalmed passed very pleasantly with music and
Mr. W. Howland day.
A. of Cocoa
was
and carried to his native State singing supplemented by an excellent
Messrs. Jas. Reaney, Jr., and L. T. in town Monday. We learn that he is -"e learn that it is proposed to havea he his supper.
following day, accompanied by
Appold of Baltimore arrived at this I now representing the Mutual Life Insu- dance at the Grand View Hotel to- wife and child. Mrs. McConnell made We hear that Melbourne is in the

place Monday afternoon and are now rance Company.We morrow evening. A good time is ex- sincere friends her short future to have an equal footing with
stopping at Mr. Lee's Hotel Indian Riverat many during tockledge in the passenger business, that
Rockledge. received a short call Tuesday afternoon pected. stay here, who regret exceedingly the the various pursers are instructed to
from Mr. Gab. Gingras, of Rock- -,Mr. Mason Young, of the J. T. & K. great loss she has sustained. extend theme stop over privileges to

-Mr. Geo. Paddison has purchased the ledge who came up and returned that W. System, arrived here yesterday andis The'cards are out announcing the Melbourne desiring to stop at Rockledge,

, interest owned by his father in the pile- day on the Lela V. stopping at Mr. Lee's Hotel Indian marriage of Rev. S. B. Carpenter, of Sanford and Capt. Vaila floating
hotel at Indian river inlet.
driver moored at this place, and will give -Irs. J. A. Miller left last week to Ri\ to Miss Ruth Berrien Jones which
_ his attention to driving piles for wharvesand 'er.The will occur next Thursday, the 13th, at Crane creek was on the rampage Tues-
join her husband at Jupiter, who is con- repairs on Mr. Corey's little white far the
<. he Church of the Good Shepherd, Sum- day, caps up as as Episcopal -
buildings.A nected with the Jupiter and Lake Worth steamer Canaveral have been made, and merville, near Augusta, Ga.Ve learn church; the wind was the worst 4
new Postoffice has just been established Railway. Miss Stanford accompanied her a fresh coat of paint improves her ap that the bride is a very talented and intellectual they ever saw, old settlers say; the young
on the west shore of Indian River also to see the country.J. pearance.Mr. young lady, and Mr. Carpen- tender leaves of orange and lemon trees,
about two miles south of Rockledge ter's many friends will congratulate him where fully exposed, are singed, though
*t A. Durst, of Crescent City, the G. F. Ensey returned Sunday highly on securing such a prize of a wife. the velocity was only about 45 miles per
, called Coquina, with Mr. J. Brady Bower pioneer well-sinker of the S State of Flor- from his place at Tropic, where he has The brick bank building is proceeding hour 65., and the} temperature about. 60

, as postmaster. ida, is now operatingat Lake Worth, Fla., had several acres put in vegetables and finely towards completion. Mr. to
Messrs. J. P. Turner & Co. boughtup where all communications may be ad- built a new residence. Decker has the walls, up to the second Notwithstanding the rough weather of
the stock of millinery and fancy goodsof dressed and information received. floor and will soon complete the brickwork part of last week, fishing is very good.
-Lieut. R. D. Hitchcock U. S. N.
dela"ed'in )Ir. Powell fine
is the captured a -pound
last : if he not getting
Mrs. R. C.
Scrimgeour Saturday.The -Mr. F: B. Sackett has secured a arrived here Tuesday and was met the balance of the material here. A dramatic bass, and Mr. Batchelder from Worcester .
new purchasers expect to close out barber for the Indian River Hotel, who next morning by Captain Penny, who stage will be built on the north side Mass., caught a teen- und bass tt
the stock of goods at cost. has fitted carried him to the Banana. of the upper floor with two dressingrooms and a jumber of sea trout. Mr Batch-
a room nicely up adjoining
elder has visited the river
will fourteE'&afl.
each side.
The
one on seats
-Meters. C. S. L'Engle & Co. of Jack- the main office. Mr. Hosford who has -Lake Worth land unimproved and six but in
,o improved or be arranged in circular form and will years ago, says u"tt
*MJlle, call the attention of our Indian charge, will be pleased to serve all who extending from lake to ocean, be movable, so the hall can be used for will come directly here. .

.tift people to their stock of crockery, will give him a call. located in the centre of the settlement, dances. Mr. Decker informs us that the Another jelly party is that:JJf.If occupying .

fitssware, etc., by an advertisement in -Quite a pleasant dance was enjoyed for sale. For particulars address David dressing rooms will be large enough for Miss :McFarland's cottage and boarding *
readers wishing the present demands of the masonic at the Carleton Dr. Hendry C. B. l
columns. Those of
our our Moore
Brown Palm Beach Fla.
by many of our young folks at Wager'sHall fraternity. )r. Miller of Philadelphia, .
goods in their line would do well to
t last Thursday night. The dancing -The meeting of Indian River L. A. Robinson of Savannah. Thougfi not so '

'.\. .patronize.----- them.------ commenced so late that the program was :\ B. S. Monday evening consisted of Basket Fair and Supper. much inclined' to "the shoot" the j'stijve
here for to take in all the fish, and scenic vjewa
R. P. Paddison
Captain was finished when danciiig
not nearly was rather slim attendance few of the
a a -Basket Fair and Supper will be held around. These bearje'ave s
j a few days last week looking around for discontinued about one o'clock. members being absent and the rainy at the building formerly occupied by Monday for a trip gentlemen to New Smyrna we \
for the Brevard Huckabay & for the benefit of :
everything appropriate others Budge,
-We call attention to the new advertisement aspect of the evening keeping
The Sirs. E..M. Campbell's
assembly
St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church, Wednesday at
exbibit the yesterdaywas
at Sub-Tropical, as
of the Edgar House, owned by away. and Thursday evenings next Febru- residence on Wednesday evening was
f Brevard day, and he wished his A. G. LaGow, near Fort Pierce, which -The STAR meets all fair competitionin ary 12th and 13th. There will be many highly enjoyed by all as usual, some of,' }
! county's exhibit to look its best when sof in the STAR this week. Beingnear and attractive features in this entertainment. the guests; were so unfortunate as to be
appears prices for job printing our pressesare
there. the caught in a shower en route, which dampened .
many of our people were Wednesday evening very amusingand
the house is in
Indian River inlet a
We always -
constantly kept busy. are laughable farce entitled "Betsy their spirits as well all their bodieu
i -Mr. Charles Marks, representing favorite retort for sportsmen and loversof ready though to attend to all orders Baker, or too Attentive by Half," will be for a time, they soon recovered anl/managed
r. Messrs. Byck & Selig, of Savannah, was fishing.A that come to band. Write us for prices rendered in the upper story of the build to dance till 3 a. m. Among the

r in town Tuesday and gave us a call. His change occurred in the railroad and samples.A ing with the following cast of characters: quests with the we Misses noticed Hartwell Dr.Du&se of and Rockledge family,

f wife, nee Miss Fannie Birnbaum, is now' schedule commencing Monday morning.The and Mr. Mouser, (a young newlymarriedge Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Mr. Chas.
of
pew stock staple fancy dry Clayton,
).......... . .H. F. Atkinson.
r spending a short time at Bartow. Mr. noon train leaves at 12:08 instead of goods, such as ginghams, prints, sateens, Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. A\ ilson of Court-
Mrs. Mouser (a young wife rather Mr. C. J. Hector Mr. J. 0.'""alron
j Marks started down the river yesterday arrives ney, ,
11:57 and the afternoon train at has
delanes constant
lawns, challie etc. just bored by the attentions of Mr. and wife, and Messrs. Hodgson, J. T.
morning in the interest of the firm her : 2:40 instead of 3:35. The mail arrives at been received and opened by Geo. B. Mouser).....................Miss Louise Jones. Elogg, J. H. Harrison:. B. Beach.
r represents 7:15 instead of 6:20. Consequently the Rumph. The ladies should call at once Mr. Crummie, (her cousin and mutual
..............James Sanders. -Go to J. W. Rogers & Co., at Titus-
-Mr. Abram Parkinson started for freight arrives on the evening train as the and examine the new goods and secure friend to both) yule, and see their new line of trunks
Jacksonville Monday to reside with his afternoon train is direct from Jackson prices. Betsy Baker,(a fascinating young laun- and valises. Just received over 100 fine
He ville. dress who upsets the Mouser Household]) suits custom-made clothing from the.well- ,
brother, Mr. J. Dunlin Parkinson. -Rev. A. T. Sharpe requests us to ..........................,Miss Kate Mu&senden. known Chicago house of E. L, Huntley
regretted very much to leave his many -An extra train arrived here last state that there will be services at St. The farce will commence at 8 o'clock, & Co. '

, friends in Titusville, to all of whom he Thursday afternoon bringing a pile-driver Gabriel's Episcopal church next Sunday, and will consume about an hour in its Messrs. Geo. Anderson, J. B V. Ten -
paid a farewell call before his departure.It loaded on a at-car, which will be usedto the 9th, both morning and evening rendition, and is full of amusing and Eyck and L. B. Alexander, who are
is probable that Mr. H. J. Brown will drive piling between this place and En- Circumstances happened which preventedthe ludicrous situations. stopping at the Carleton, returned from
Also an elegant.. will be served
.supper their trip the Banana. The norther
rent his place. terprise where, the trestle work is now lo service being held here last Sundayand I both evenings from 6 to 10 o'clock. caught them up in the broad part of the

-Mrs. John Walker accompanied her cated. The company will substitute pil- the week before. ... river, and with both anchors down their

mother to her former home at Lakelandthis ing for all the large trestle work near -The latest news heard from the new Card of Thanks.Mrs. boat dragged, till her stern touched

,,'eek. where she will stay about a Deep Creek, insuring creater safety to steamers of the Indian River Steamboat Simonson desires to thank the la ground; fortunately the shore at that

month to see if the change will benefit the road. Harry Wesson has charge of Company was received a day or Uvo ago, dies of Titusville and all those who so damaged point was except sandy, by and splitting their'craft the was main-not
aided her during the recent illness
E her health. Meanwhile John goes around the engine. stating that they had passed :Morehead of kindly her sister, the late Miss Jessie Balfour, sail ; the gentlemen went overboard' and
with a forlorn twoe-be-gone expression -Mr. John Watson, of Tennessee, who City, N. C. Concluding that they stopped and furthermore to Dr. Walter S. Gra- waded their boat off till a bit of sail
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, on his countenance, which he says lived with his family in the house on at Charleston to coal up, manager haW for his medical skill and attention I could' secured.be made and They a had more some safe fine anchorage sport- '

f L 'illlast until his wife returns. Hopkins street just south of F. A. Los- Watson thinks they may arrive here which he so kindly bestowed. with quail and snipe, and lastly with

-The sudden death of Mr. E. H. Scott : ley,died Sunday night about nine o'clock Sunday evening or Monday with a con- ducks, which gathered to the decoys

t'. last week startled the citizens of our town with consumption. He came here too : tinuance of the present pleasant weather. I Ii Melbourne. beautifully; one of the party told us, be
i' well he had late receive benefit from our cli- Lively Breeze last Tuesday.The used 100 shells as fast as he could extract
to
generally. Though not a man any i The latest market reports received I and reload. Beside a good number consumed
i- passed through a critical illness of several mate. His body was embalmed by )Ir. by wire point to a further decline in the Melbourne had twenty-six arrivalsin I and a fine lot brought to "mine

r months, and at the time was not complaining Andrew Froscher, undertaker, and car- price of oranges in all the markets north. two days. host" of the Carleton, the gentlemen

t of feeling ill. The Masonic fraternity ried on the noon train next day to Ten- Fancy fruit is now bringing $2.50 to$3; The Riverside seems to be doing a nicely one hundred and ten duck,
the burial and the accompanied by his wife, child good business. prepared and packed, to friends
took of
charge nessee,
bright, $2. to $2.75; choice russets, $2.25 north. The party are equipped with
, funeral services were largely attended. and baby. to $2.50; ordinary, $1.50 to $2. Com- The Carleton is comfortably filled and every convenience the sporting line,

, Captain W Watson returned from I -Mr. J. M. Lee, proprietor of the Hotel mon and decayed fruit sells from 50 to seem to retain its guests well. including two of the 'finest dogs ever
is the Mr. Martin and family of Brockton, seen in the state, we believe Mr. Anderderson's -
Indian River at Rockledge, only 75 cents box below the prices named.
Wilmington Del. last Saturday even- per
I N. Y. are stopping at the Carleton. dog Fred is acknowledged: to be
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inland on,the following day informed landlord in our State that we know of Fancy navels are wanted and good figuresare a "leetle the pest tog vat is." Whi1e'"
t US that the new steamers, the St. Augus- who publishes a paper entirely in the in- offered. This is Tuesday's market. Mr. and the Mrs.Melbourne W Wilson Hotel of last Courtney week.,. hunting the point between New Found '

tine and St. Sebastian, were on their way terest of his house. This winter he is pub- Messrs Wetmore and Gladden have were at harbor and Banana, one gentleman was.
the Indian River Hotel Newt, a I The Misses Hartwell of teen. returning with great celerity to the
from Wilmington to Norfolk towed by lishing I succeeded admirably with the placing of been spending a few days at the peasant boat to secure the safety of his dog
powerful tug. As soon as they arriveat four-page sheet, containing interesting their ice machine. They have necessarilybeen home of Dr. W. P. DuBose. which he feared would fall a prey to a
this mention of his guests and crisp articles bear which he had encountered and
Norfolk. which, no doubt, is ere delayed a few days longer than I Mercier brought the Georgian
time, they will proceed by steam to In- describing the attractions of this sectionfor they anticipated on account of having through Capt. in good time and the White whose grunt or.growl he beard beside
dun River. Captain Watson regrets tourists and pleasure seekers. He also to return some of the pipe fittings to j''I steamed off as if it was smooth water. catching a glimpse of his wicked black enoughto hide.
Columbus, Ga. the place where the machinery Others of the party are
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hotel arrivals.
, I very much that circumstances prevented includes a full list of his was manufactured, to be refitted, Wednesday night brought a.fine sljow suggest that he heard the grunt of one '
the steamers from being here now, but This is published weekly and the typographical an oversight which occurred wheat- the er, the first in. many weeks. Saturday bf Capt. Fox's black bogs, and did not
bad weather has delayed them from com- work is executed at the STAR machinery was shipped. By the 1rst'of'' night a good'rain, that wet the ground stop to investigate the matter. No bear

inSnj earlier. office. next week they expect to be making ice. well. meat was brought in any way. i

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. S4N 1 BLAS INDIANS I and' d, ingorously a saloonkeeper"The wounded fox," and in street.shootinR.as Thomas'a Vogelsangalixm" cousin. Gibbons ..ocoosey -JI I nOM i PEDRO TALKS. Condensation NEWS Various of Interesting IN Inl\1eft8.ems Iteow s. SPAIN \WON'.T HELP


:\ : at 155 Randolph Too The claim-jumping craze is prevalent at
the result of iU<*eling between -
} Guthrie, Oklahoma, agate In most cases
the oftker and Gibbons and Alderman I violence Is not resorted to, hub at one tiD81 Portugal la Case of a nepubli1Revolution.
He Tells of the Causes Leadingto
The latter I
Annex Themselves and Countryto j McCormick. tried to Friday it was necessary to call oat the military -

States provoke a 4 uarrel w'Xi Schuettler, and His Overthrow. to pnrroit' a oonfttot. .
the United ailing in tins Gibbons felled the captainto A worlds fair bill was futrOduaed in bothbrancbt60f

the floor with a terrific blow on the the New York legislature Pni lay.

Dissatisfied With the Colom- right He Is Willing and Anxious to The bill does not tax the people erf the rtffte Supposed Cholera Raging in
The two men clinched and fought savagely one dollar. Noi a farthing is to be taken Persian Khorrassan.Three .
bian Goverment, for tome time, trying to gain pos- Return to Brazil from the state treasury. AD of the money

session of Scheuttler's revolver. Scheut- will be f urnished bf tae r+'j of yew Yorfc.
tier finally wrested the weapon from the The Tube Jlanufaotunua Thousand Deaths Reported-Aa
Either Ruler Private Citizen-He Tyler ; oorajjooy,
the Stars and Stripe a* or
The- Run Up saloou keeper and shot him in the shoul-
of South Boston, Lave decided to emigrate Estrangement Repotted Between Em.perM' .
and, Declare They Will Fight Under der. Gib!ons was taken to his home Gives HU Reaeon for Remaining Silent. to Washington Pa the New
*, es England William and the Iron ChaDeellor.Bt .
It-:-It.All Comes From the Stoppage of sad the alderman was arrested, but subsequently He Believe the Republic Permanent manufacturers cannot oompt $i Breaka the flank of the"sDeh ..
released on bail.A U *
Their Trade With This Country-They UnleM a Dictatorship Attempted.A milts, fuel and other materials
too for ter Ship Canal-Foreign.MADRID .
Ar 'Brave Race and Good Fighters. SLOW BLAST GOES OFF. Decreeand a Treaty. costing much traasport&tioa.A
bill to prohibit: the sale of cigarette; to Jan. 31.-Monday The minter -
information LONDON Jan. 30.-Up till the present -
This
Feb. 1. ,
NEW YORK Hour Fatally
aDd minors tabled in the house 4
Three KIHed. Injured was Hmttvkj of foreign affairs said in the chamb-r
is printed with large display in The time Dom Pedro has been very reticent .,ls
Eleven Others derlouely.SUMtcxv Saturday. of deputies: "It is absurd to supper
Tribune. Pa. Feb. 1.-A of regarding affairs in Brazil. Saturday a A colored baby only three mouths old, at that is
inclined
gang SpaW ready or to **DJ
The ,Indians of the San Bias coast correspondent of The Pittsburg Dispatch lopkinsvtile, Ivy., can talk plainly.
have annexed themselves and their Italian, Poles and Hungarians employedin visited the ex-emperor at Cannes, wherehe President Harrison declares that Massachusetts an army to uphold the monarchy in

country to the United States. For many kin widening Sunbury the and roadbed Lewisburg of the railroad Shamo-, II is now stopping, and had a long talk has given him: less trouble than Portugal there.if a"republic sshotiU K- proclaimed I i

these Indians have been supplied with him. He was found enggaged'inthe any other state In too matter of patronage.'
years from a single to a double track road, Aroused to furlou Anje t
-with merchandise in exchange forcocoa: I composition of memoirs of his life United States engineers report that Pa- :
were at work Tuesday in a cut near ducah is of left The correspondent of The Standard t
the American traders. and refjjn, not to be published until Ky., in danger being on an at
nuts I t
by Paxinos, where blasting the rock was island, owing to the combined current of Lisbon, says that the Republican el--
after his death it is his principal occupation -
. Lived Under Tribal Rule. Tues- I ; the Ohio ment is aroused to furious
necessary. Shortly before noon and Tennessee rivers. anger and 3
They have had little communicationwith day blasts were bet and the gang of nine I at present The Official Gazette of Mexico publishesa strongly advocating an alliance with' 1.. I

the rest of Columbia, and have men retired to await the explosion. Whir He :Maintained Silence. decree putting a heavy tax on Virginia America. This feeling fa due to the [ fIt

lived under tribal rule, never acknowl- Unknown to them only two of the Questioned as to why he had so long lobacoo. The tobacco crop ta the state of publication of a report that Senor &.- t

edging the authority over their countryof blasts exploded, and the nine men had maintained silence on the subject of the Vera Cruz is nearly ant this year. gasta declared in the Spanish oorte that

the government at Bogota. The reeent gone back into the c\& and were at work revolution Dom Pedro said he_had abstained An S-year-year old boy has boon went to Spain did not desire to otfcnd. Exuia. : i.

seizure of American vessels laden shoveling away the dirt and broken from speaking of Brazilian affairs the penitentiary in Tenivosdee for larceny.Rev. for the sake of Portugal. k wk

with goods for them, and the stoppingof rock when the third blast exploded! and because neither remonstrance nor Dr. R. 6. Cone, of St. Louis, declared Advioo from Mozamblqnr.LOSDOX .
trade with this country by the actionof the men were hurled in all directions.One discussion: could help matters. The workof Sunday be was no longer a Christian and resigned *
the Columbian gunboat La Popa of them was picked up dead. An- revolution was accomplished. He as pastor of the Central Christian Jan. 81.The Times Li-bci:

have exasperated them to the highest other had his chest crushed fro severely to let his enemies have a full church. Ilk adherent in the congregation correspondent says: "Telegrams from

that death is a question of only a short hearing, and leave.the wdfid to judge. will secure a new church for him. Mozambique announce that the local

avThe Great Father. time. Four were dug from the mass of Think the Republic Perm ent. Cases of smallpox are reported at Columbus the authorities are of rapidly confcrrainj demands.* &'

traderon debris with broken arms or legs, and 0., and Bvansville, Ind. Marquis Salisbury's
Leopold Schepp, the principal "I believe pall the emperor, "what
the coast. has twenty- even stations two of these, it id thought, will die. The has ftappc-ned will be permanent, unless The body of lost Banker Dittman was A Terribly Fatal Die*a_. G

strung along the shore, at each of whichis other three men escaped with slight in- an attempt is made to set up a dictator- found in the river at Philadelphia. ST. PDryitssuKO.. Jan. a1.-.Adrl..
juries. The injured were taken to thminfl'S' Wes McXamara died at Gabatba, Kan.,
a brass cannon and an American flag ship. Even an unpopular sovereign is from Astrabad report tat Perwiaa
The natives call him-whisper it not in hospital at Ashland. to be preferred to a military dictator, from being bitten in the finger in a fight Khoraaan! is ravaged by an intestinal

the Stock Exchange, tell it not to the Following is a list of the persons in- whose rule would be fatal to any with Gilbert Jones disease of excessive fatality. Three

board of go'emors-tbe great father. jured by the explosion near Paxinos, country. Although dethroned and The Colorado and Oregon railroad has thousand deaths are reported. At Noor

Several of the sons of the chiefs of and brought to the hospital for treatment cruelly exiled, I am deeply interested in run no trains for two weeks on account of in Mesned, there were 100 daatho daily r

larger tribes have been brought to this : the progress and prosperitv of the people snow. Owing to the scarcity of doctors the na
.country and educated in American Antonio Pasguizie, injured internally, cf Brazil. God knows I did all in my Snow is reported fourteen fee doep on the ture of the disease is unknown. As k
will die:: a Finlander, No. 27, chin blown Rio Grande railroad between Alaznoeo and
schools. When the Indians learned of power to give them a satisfactory government Western Per&ia was ravished with
the action of the Colombian government off and injured internally, will die; a but, at last: vaulting ambition Durango, CoLPraadent cholera through the autumn, and as

and La Popa,'thev decided to become at Finlander, No. 139, back crushed and took flight above.reason and seemed to Harrison, on Feb. 11, will open thousands of people Bid to the eautwar !
citizens. legs broken, will die: a Finlander, num- the Allegheny City, Pa., public library
-once American compel obedience to its behests, whether in the hope to escape from the disease, it-
Declared Themselves American ber not known, eyes blown out, head right or wrong." and art gallery presented by Anurovr Carnegie is regarded as po able that they crrir
injured will die
crushed and
Soon afterward La off internally : The emperor was asked: "What: do it with them and that this may acoooaf
Popa appeared Joseph N. Gordon, pit boss,skull crushed The 1 : fire in the Nevada
consider the direct cause of the rev- for the trouble in Khorassan.Dlsmarck .
the coast and a landing was Bent you Cincinnati
party and injured internally, recovery: doubt- I block at of
are talking
olution: and without hesitation replied suing
,
ashore. At the Indians the Outs With
once ran up ful Qua vine Borie head and arms cut at the Kal.er.DERLL'f .
; : "The abolition of slavery. The the city for negligent work by the fire de-
.American and the the
flag, firing ci and legs injured, will probably recover. slavery had been the disturbing partment. There are stories that the chief Jan. 31.-Ttere ia much speculation J

signal bun soon brought a force of Nine others, Italians and Finlanders.were element question in politics for a long time. Bills refused to allow the men to penetrate the as to the reason why Prince Bismarck to
armed Indians to the
They were
spot. badly cut and bruised. Three in forms had been presented, building at the beginning to eesk the seat of after coming to Berlin to atten I
armed with machete knives and many
pistols. Italian are missing! and it is said are which tbe fire. the closing session of the rekhitag'
dealing with the question were
and surrounded the force
sent ashore completely from the gunboatThey under the debris, although it has been i defeated because the ministerial council John Brown's daughter fa in need, and it failed to appear. The Freisinnige Zen
almost cleared away without revealingtheir ; is rnLw tun" attribute his absence to irritation ,
I proposed to off znort-
were led by a chief of valor and was composed of slave owners approved money pay a
bodies. % on her boiaa. produced by a difference of opinion with \ \ \
measure dealing directly gaga
reputation:, who, stepping out before his every jI
with abolition, and made personal I the emperor on the language used in the k
men, dejivered an address to-the Colom- Two More Dead. Foreign. ,
bian commander, in which he asserted SIIAMOJCIN, Pa. Feb. 1.-Two more efforts to save the bill which provided The United States stew:nor Enterprise: I speech from the throne.

that the San Bias Indians were Americans dead have been taken\ from the debris of for gradual abolition. This created ene- with the body.of 3Ir. George It Pendfctcn, GOVERNOR KfiLLOGG'S VIEWS.

and would fight under the American the explosion at Paxinos. They were mies for the crown, and augmented the late United State minister toGanaony, is

flag. The forces from the gunboatwere mutilated go badly that they cannot be I ranks of the Republicans. on its way to yew York. He Offer Cogent Objection to Datler*.

directed to return immediately identified "AVhen the decree granting immediate Violent gales, accompanied with heavy Deportation XSltL

aboard their vessel or suffer the conse I freedom was presented" for my signature, rains, are reported throughout England. CHJLRLE9TD3, & c., Jan. 23.William
quences. The Colombian comminder Iilown to Atoms. to prevent any mistake! I tried to ascer- Great destruction from floods are also reported Pitt Kellogg, of Louisiana
had no ,alternativesb he and his men PITTSBt1ZO, Feb. 1.-By an explosionof tain what the public sentiment was. The from many districts governor
the reconstruction writes
during period.
boardedf their vessel and steamed downthAfcoaet nitro-glycerine near Alton. Bradford slave owners threatened to resign from The Greek reserves have been ordered In
the cabinet if I signed the decree, and to a prominent colored man of this cityt
county, about noon T11ef'day."illiam readiness" to march to Belnevotl: with the object -
Mere a second landing was made, and B. Mc&enry and Alexander Conner, two the Republicans threatened disruption if cf preventing: further permeation tff "I do not think Senator Butler's scheme
here fe second time the well known torpedo men, were blown to I did not. The decree was sign(( True Greeks In Cret. fE'sslbJe-first, because the colored race

bled in force and declared themselves atoim. The men were unloading 123 to their word, the slave owners resigned: t JJcws from Rio Janicro hates that a defalcation is so numerous and the expense incident

American. Again they demanded the quart of glycerine preparatory to shooting I, these and others joined the Republican of 90(003 pe O3 has boen discovered in to eu'h a-scheme wooM be BO great that.it .

-.return of the Columbian forces on board an oil well when the explosion oc party out of revenge. I experienced tbe telegraph department, of which Baran would be found impracticable; secood.

La Popa, ,'The Columbians retired on curred. The cause of the explosion is difficulty in forming: a cabinet The D a Capsnema was 'cild. The baron has the colored people have become so fully
board and La Popa sailed away. not known. Both men were married Republicans demanded what I could not been arrested and lodged ia identified with this country, especially
'ThIrty and leave large families. safely grant. Encouraged by the landowners prison. with the south, that I don't believe
Thousand of Them. By an explosion ia colliery at Poatypool,
the Republicans became that considerable number
There said to be Indians inI aggressive England, five hers were killed any
are 30,000
DESPERADO DflNG.
occasion be
and took every to provoke could induced to consent to
the SaD Bias and an attempt by the opposition to the government. They The powder mil at Roslyn Scotland, has deportation third I think the
;
Colombian government to subdue them Jim Starr,Husband of the Notorious Belle I exploded Five teen k'ere )killed and many
succeeded in corrupting many men proposition is offensive to Christian civilization -
-woull be fraught with great expense Starr Will Succotnb to HI Wound without whose aid there wcniJd have been injured. i I and violates the constitutional

:and difficulty. They are a brave and FORT SMITH, Ark., Feb. 1.-Jim Starr, no revolution. The railway from Delagoa bay to the right of citizenship if there be connected
.:.hardy race, and like the North American noted Cherokee horse-thief and des- Transvaal frontier has been completed I
a "Then, to avert what I foresaw, I concluded with it any element coercion; fourth I
Indians win submit to the greatest perado, who was shot by a United to grant the majority of the demands Tbemimber: of pathsits treated. at tb ePa..tau think it would bo a serious blow to the
-physical pain without a murmur. institute during the post five tnon:)ts
States deputy marshal, near Ardmore, made by thetRepublicans: even commercial and agricultural interests of
is 85), and not 'a tingle death tareccrJad.
A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION. I. T., last week, is dying of his woundsin advised the formation of a Republican The treatoent, now modified ekperienco the south, and I do not befiere the white
the jail hospital at this place. He cabinet, inviting Goo. Da Fonseca to a by people of the south would look withfavor
gives
Twenty People Injured at Lexington.Illinois was the husband of the famous female seat in it This I did that there shouldbe sults. Increasingly satisfactory re upon the loss of colored labor in-

bandit Belle Starr who was assassinateda no pretext for what did take place.I The Servian government will demand | vorvod in a scheme of this kind.

Bwoulao't/ Ill., Feb. 1.-Twenty year ago, while riding along the road was informed at Petropolis of the de- from the ekuptschina a credit of 2.0 0GW, "I am of the opinion that if the leading -

persons were injured at 2 o'clock Tuesday : near her home. Starr was under indict- cision of the Republicans, too late. ]I florins for the purchase. of artillery. journals of the south would take the

afternoon in the high school at Lex- ment in the United States court for sent a dispatch begging! Fon ca..to submit Prance Is about to abandon commercial stand that The News and Courier has
horse-btealins, and a clear case stood the question of revolution to the taken against the hostilities recently
treaties and ta their stead
,
,
inzton, in this county, by a terrific explosion illle.y an ba-
against him. stating that if the majoritywished manifested toward the colored people by
articl that fier
duty with
03
which was heard all over the He gave a bond and left his bondsmenin it, I would yield. I got an indi- own port productions compete whites in some portions of the south

city. While Professor Jess, surroundedby the lurch. For eight months officers rect reply: 'The revolution is accom- Dr. Abbott of SmitbsoiJaa and if they would earnestly and in goal

pupils and teachers, was conducting I have watched for him, and last week plished.' I hastened to Rio, only to be : at Washington, has returned to Institution Zanzibar faith address themselves to securing additional

an experiment in chemistry in which they located him in a cabin, which they made prisoner." I from his exploring eipoditloi to itisailaod.He educational facilities for colored

oxygen was being generated in a retort covered with Winchester rifles, leaving Wa Not Ilk Daughter's Religion. : Left his oompanlvu, il,. Carroll cb people, the antagonism between the tw

competed wholly or in part of iron their horses back. in the brush. Stan Here the emperor was overcome by I Mount Ei mail If jaro. races would approach a happy solotioo.
with iron connections discovered them in time to mount his emotion. After he was asked If: A "Gen. Grant once said in substance ,
the retort suddenly I new colliery, promising a greater yield
horse and start forward in reIfgion that the Democratic could be
a leaning
get the of the party
flew to pieces, and nearly thirty j antipathy to princess, than any mine yet developed in the vicinity, r
his saddle and shooting back with his trusted to do something to creat
his had to do with
daughter, anything
persons were hurled in all directions and has been opened at Eosen. I> is estimate .
pistol. The oslicers returned the fire an Issue that would be calculated
the revolution he replied u"oIt
:
of them less that this will give to
.
employment frocj6D9
twenty mope or mangled.To
with their Winchesters, one of the ballsgassing to weaken itself and strengbeo the
was true, he admitted, "that the princessdid
add to the terror of the scene a can to oo men and greatly relieve ibe distressprevalent ,
of which through the saddle-tree and lodging not enjoy the confidence of the Republican party. Just at a time when '
gasoline through a piece of in Starr's back him to the the ties of loosened so
bringing party are being
haLl ; namely because her husband
hot iron been blown, took fire, and masses, Emte Bey's condition is much improvedHe
ground. Hi relation to the loungers is far as the colored voters are concerned.
Count D'Eu foreigner. Still he
was a
for a few minutes it looked as thoughthe H staying at a private house in Bcga-
not known to consist of more than mar- respected by the whole nation." both north and south when the'colored
and was
moyo.
of
building some the wounded
the who known bea tJ
rying woman was to people are beginning
victim might be consumed. The burning Had Xo Intention of Abdicating.
runner with them-the notorious Belle think for themselves as nefti'beforeIn
gasoline spread rapidly over the Starr. "Is the report true that, before the AGAINST NEGRO SUFFRAGE. short just as that race ill beginning

floor and seats but the flames were extinguished revolution broke out, you had intendedto Radical Views of 0rofesaor Phelps in Relation to assume an independent attitude -
alter a hard in which abdicate Den 2 in favor of the
fight, MEXICAN THIEVES on this is agitated '
,
subject being
to the Race Question.
several of the students were slightly Come Over Into Texas to Commit Their princess CHARLESTON, S. C., Feb. Professor which, aaide from any other issue, is of
"No the invented the
Bcorchedj : story was by itself calculated to the aQegiaaee
Those Depredations.BROWNSVILLE. Austin Phelps, of Andover. Mass..writes renew
most dangerously inured byT Republicans to arouse the army augive of the colored to the Rep b&u
the explo-.ion are as follows: I Tex., Jan. 29.-Two a pretext for revolt. It waS only Editor Heraphill, of The News and party; for it people be safely aMumod that

Professor Jess, terribly burned about I bands of thieves from Mexico have been intended to review the troops on that Courier, thanking him for the courtesyand the Republican may party win antagnrtiift

the head, face, arms, hands and eyes, operating on this fide of the river lately. day." candor of his criticisms upon some any scheme of, deportation.".

will probably lose his sight and may die. I Last week they captured three men near "Do you think of abdicating notes remarks by Professor Phelps in regardto

Bertie Farset, a youth of 20, compoundfracture the Calaba-o ranch, about fifty miles "I have no such intention." Mr. Grady's Boston speech. Professor
of leg and cut "Who would to succeed the
artery ; likely you name
-to die. I from here, and after binding them hand Phelps goes on to say that he never believed Rumors of Ileavy Failure
princely
Cora Kemp, aged 1ft, compound fracture -, and foot robbed them, and wounded one "That I prefer not to discuss" in negro suffrage. He says Sen- SEW: Yonc, Jan. 20.-A rumor was
of leg. with a sword. They succeeded in escaping ator Sumner never committed a graver Friday in circulation around wan

Hattie Barnard, aged 16 struck in I' across the border with twenty- Fear.. Internal DlrMon. blunder thaa in drawing the act which street and among the various commission -

breast with a piece of iron pipe, ; dangerously three head of horses. ""113t do you think of the future of legalized it. It was not statesmanship, houses of a $8,000,000 failure ia

hurt. The other band killed a number of Brazil but desperation. It was a blow in the era. Nothing definite couU

Russell Stevenson, hurt on 'leg and cattle and drove off twenty horses and "I fear there will be division internally face of nature, and nature always revenges be learned as the various merchants engaged
bruised. nineteen mules belonging to different as the north and south were never on such blow in the trade with the country jrefua&Jto -
terribly
William Dawson, badly cut and people along the border. They weretoiled good terms." we are sure in suoh an encounter to aj jttTthing ,ior publication
bruised. I in an attempt to rob a store, but, "If you should be elected president of get the worst of it. We are suffering until they received more infonnatksifrom

William Hatzenpillard badly mangled. meeting a man named Santillana, they the Republic, as some of your friends from it now, and will suffer more It Buenos Ayres. '1'beeame reticence
,
Asa Langstoff, seriously bruised and compelled him to remove his clothing propose to offer TOur name, would you may cost more blood than the late civil was manifested at the London and
which they carried off. Capt Brooks, return to Brazil:" war did. The thinking men of the south Brazilian bank, where the rumor was

cutA dozen others were bruised, cut and of the rangers, i.. now in pursuit.Don't With all my heart No matte have the sympathy of every man at the not denied They would not d&eloee

scorched, but those names above are the whether as emperor president or private north. Fifty years ago, Professor Moses the name of the firm in this citr wad
severest sufferers. It is believed that Want Much. I citizen, I would Madly return to die Stuart, of Andover seminary, a persona were directly interested but sail they
NEW YORK. Jan.. Sl.-Th Times says among my people. friend of Calhoun, foresaw"the F
the explosion was caused by impure present were expecting a telegram.
chemicals. 'that Henry Hentz a prominent broker, .. deadlock, and told Professor Phelps he
< who claims to have organized the sugar Brazilian Deeree-Treaty With Argentine saw no solution but the surrender of two Ylr. Fir KeconLBoston

COONEY "THE FOX'S" COUSIN SHOT.A trust, has begun suit against the trusteesfor Rio JANEIRO, Jan. 29.-A decree has i I or three states to the exclusive poasesioa had HOODOO fire Wednesday BtM.
$500.000 as commission for his ser- been issued by the provisional govern of the colored race. "But concludes Five firemen 1IfW'e badly brute by a Door

Chicago Pollee Captain Indulge in vices. The Times says this suit, if not ment establishing the validity of civil Professor Phelps "I have never been tag--,. '

Little Pistol Practice.; compromised, "'i1lbring"the trust's marriages. able to see that Christianity cannot make -Person" 4.Ex0 -.

CHICAGO, Feb.; 1.-Police Captain books into court and show how much of Atrcatv has been signed with the two colors in prolific races live peacef idly +i Richard Qoei4t>ct. *

.Schucttler. of the central station, shot its capitalization is real and how much Argentine republic by which the dispute together, aa nature adjusts colon in the Wisconsin United 'States consul f rn1
is fictitious. in regard to the frontier of the.-Missiones rainbow" I
territory is settled I ltoit

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"* THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY; FEB. tJ, 1890. :
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1"0 AN OLD BALL SUPPER. I A -

I r GOOD STORY. I I A VAST CEMETERY. Indian River Steamboat Co. THE !!USIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA

Ob.Bttte s' .110 worn ADd tra"ed.U"tth Bow a Pretty Book feat Got Ahead of '
heel forlorn Bad bow decayed Calculations on the Extent 'of the Earth

JIotr changed since granny first displayed a Newspaper Man. Which Can Into lllj; Figure A. B. CAl'4PBELLJackSOllfilll'
Your pristine glory There are more than two newspaper schedules in effect JAN. 27, 1890. .
Ka 8, men in Here is a man who has taken the
Too poor bcdracged living Woodsburg L. Land STEAMER ST. LUCIE, *
Tea are aJie at least to me; of one of them the boys told the kam- trouble to calculate how much land it Fla.
Leaves TITUSVILLE Wednesdays
vnifle lrto there I seem to BOO bier a good story. It that the ,would take to bury the population of Mondays, -
seems and Fridays for t
simple storycdjght the Jupiter.
TOOT in world for 6,000 years or 100,000
newspaper man question had been
In raiment white and pun, annoyed by a pcrsistept book years. He finds that the former couldbe STEAMER GEORGIANS, Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos Haines

Your mistress; tripped of conquest Boret She was young, and canvasser. talk-- buried in half of Texas and the latter Leaves Titiisville daily at..6 am Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &
pretty
for damsels woo look most demure ative and had for sale a gaudily cov- in the territory east of the Mississippi Arrives Melbourne.12 noon White Organs and Chicago Cottage.
Are not uncanny. river. Organs.
ered book entitled ,
"How to Be Good. Returning:
In
grmdphp come garments smart-
praps The In 6,000 years you have' sixty centuries I will Sell and Deliver '
of sartorial art- newspaper man was busy when she at your nearest
Vast Leaves' Melbourne. .. ......12
In each :
: noon
words first called century you station Grade
With valorous yet trembling heart, on him and he told may High
To woo our gr=y. I! drop in wben he bad more time.her She to count three generations of mankind, Arrives Titusville................. 6pm '

did or 180 generations in all, each being a Above daily except Sunday.
when wife j not succeed in selling tho book
Those were the days and maid on
Ingenious towers of hair displayed j the? first attempt nor on the second. generation of 1.560,000,000. Now layout STEAMER WHITE P I IA

VTbeo single lorgnettes strove to aid. Her visits, however' became so frequent a cemetery for one generation. It NO'S.oR

Defective vision: : that the newspaper man told his I will be a huge estimate to give to Leaves Melbourne daily.it .

Then beaux wore kerchiefs girt witfc straps wife of the matter. She was struck : every man, woman and child a grave Connection is made at Titusville

ja And cnlous walstcoata coots which with many would flaps now perhaps I j with the title of the book and told her' five' feet mile bv two contains, or ten square feet.less Asquare with trains of the J., T. & K. W. Sys- .

r. Excite derision I husband that he ought to buy it, as he than something tem to and from all points Xortb, and at 'It

I needed instruction on the subject I 23,000,000 square feet. You Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (8
Watets low,waists high,coats black or then miles
55
green want a graveyard not
treated. The boob miles where
called thenext ) connection is made with
DOW are as they've always been agent
Things
10 wide for whole
SInce first our own most gracious queen I day, as usual, and the newspaper long by your gen the steamer "Lake Worth" for all landings ORGANS.rOR
t eration. Now multiply this by ISO and
Tbe throne ascended. man said: on Lake Worth.W. .

Around thee lies full many a token I "Well, HI take your book, but I you have your burying ground for B. WATSON. Superintendent. .
That shows the specious word was spoken would 6,000 years of mankind. That is, a
not buy it wife has
And hearts irreparably broken t taken only my strip of land 1,800 miles long by 55 G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent.D. LESS MONEY than any other house m the
That quickly mended. a fancy to the title. miles wide will be ample. In other F. JACK, General :Manager. Tuned States. I n'fll.hip a Piano or Organ to ,
I The lady canvasser had not closed I any bone man or woman, on trial and 11 not
Partners perchance were much the same- her purse on the$.2 which she received words, a cemetery containing 100,000 satisfactory, I will pay freight both way *2S
. Some bright somedull,some fast,some tame; ,i for the book before she learned square miles would be sufficient for A. L. Hatch & SOIl, cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and$10 each and
who to wit where $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
Some spurious lay claim. the entire human face to lie side by
4't t Nor saw their error.The ; I i the newspaper man lived, and that DEALERS IS more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
side. The estimate which I have '
givenyou terms; anyone can own a instrument. Send for
. men whose charms were scarcely meotoL afternoon found her in Woodsburg, of the continuous is TREE CATALOGUE containing fun information.
The youth both shy and sentimental. where she sold a second copy of the population DRY GOODS NOTIONS Sheet Mnsic,Strings.\ olinll. Banjos, Guitars. A.cordeonll -
- The tasdmtlng: detrimental*' I book to tho newspaper man's wife. obviously enormously large. The estimate and in fact every Musical Instrument
I i Greatgrandma's terrorend He reached homo of the size of each grave is very that is made and at very low price bend for com.
earlier than usual plete Catalogues. .I have 20.000 pieces of.Choice
I large A strictly ("Orrecttimat Hardware .
did the chaperons then as now. that evening and with lighted pipe Crockery, Saddlery, Music: at 10 centsPer would reduce the size of the
Ecstatic: happiness avow I, was enjoying; the comfort derived required Stationery, Family Medi- A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5A
r; I While watching with an aching brow cemetery more than one-half. But
from cines Garden
Seeds
slippers which adds
roomy to ,
The flitting dancers I I enormous as it is, you could layout
the of dinner when his wife "
And did they, gripped in Fashion's vice. prospect your burial ground for all men who J. Mc T T oISTER
r Receive a girl with looks of ice I said: have lived on earth, so that they couldlie CHOICE GROCERIES, ,
she sat out with nice "I forgot to tell I that
U some one you bought EAU GALLIE
side side in Arizona California
by or in -
Convenient Lancers book, *Hbw to Be Good.' Hay, Corn! Mapes Fertilizers.
or you could lay it out in Texas Is prepared to Sink ARTESIAN"WELLS
Cut, tiny friend now must I Coo- Tho compositor you did, said he. large enough to accommodate the CITY : at any place between Georsriaiu
A set at tennis waits for moM i Now we've got two copies. I bought POIiVr FLORIDA. '
For.rapt in pleasant reverie one of the book agent today." I race of 6,000 years past, and also the and St. Lucie; 75c. per foot to 300ft.
race for 6.000ell'S yet to come, all PIONEER Will contract to depth.
The moments fly by; "Well,'' said his wife, "we can1- COOPERAGESyrup any .
baa sleeping in the soil of that cue state of
Tbe hour come to say adieu
No can't. That's bookson
I make my courtesy to you.Now we selling this union. Barrels $2.25. EACOTT
&
, false pretences and I'll have' that CO.
; ,dear, pathetic little shoe But some one says the race of man ,
Go back to *by by." woman arrested. The train is justpetting has been on earth 1 W.OW That Gauged to order. ten cents extra.
Vanity Fair.f in but I have years. THTSV1IXE ILL
slippers on.There's ,
my there
is and is
a imagination not,
pure Wheelwrighting and
King of All Trees.Fred Lyng: going to the train now. I so far as I know a fact on which to Repairing. TIN & SHEETIRONYORKERS.

Say, Lynn, stop that book agent at rest it. But it is true, and the C. O. B. .
W. well known suppose
Clough, a engineer tho station until I see her."
of the Comstock, has been "What do want to see her population always what it no'is. Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers
! I, you You have proviued for 6,000 of GUTTERING, ROOFING,
spending some weeks in the wilds of about asked Lyng.. years from $2.00 up. ,

the Sierras, about the headwaters of Never mind, now. She'll be off it You want urorhseventeen times And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
large for tbe
as a cemetery generations Tanksand
the Kaweah river, Tulare county, California if you dont hurry. You just keep her of thousand 'CIltul'k''S.rfhat is GALVANIZED WORK.
a ( ,
f % He was accompanied in his I talking until I get there.." you all kinds of COOI'ER WORK to orderT. '
wanderings by Westley Warren an want 1,700,000 squares: miles in it. Lay And Repairing of all ffnds
Lyng reached tho station as tho fair it whenever mileslong .
out please 1,700 JOIIXSOX,
old Oomstocker, who now resides in I book agent was boardine the outgoingtrain. by. 1,700 miles you wide. It is but apart
Tulare valley. About the headwaters LaGrange. : : Florida.

of tho Kaweah they got into an unexplored "Excuse me."be said, .'butlli. Dash enormously of the larp United) have States been the And rough so Drugs Drugs! Drugs!
II and almost "
impenetrable region wants to sec yeti estimates thus far used it is safe to
** say SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALEThe
In one place they were pbliged "Mr. Dash wants to see me?" said that if the human has been in
. race existence -
to cut a trail for almost a mile in order the book agent, demurely standing on .
100,000 years a separate grave Subscriber offers for Sale, in Lotsto
.
i the that
to
through chaparral
get tho car plat.form.Oil, yes, ho wantsto could be provided for individual -
blockaded the mountain Mr. every suit Purchasers, some A Fine Assortment of
pass. buy one of my books. I must have of the race within a part of the

Clough says that on the trip they discovered I cash for it, though. The price is $2." United States east of the Mississippi 500 Acres of Selected Portionsof DRUGS

a tree of sequoia species, Mr. Lyn, happy to oblige his river." ,

which he believes' to be much the friend Dash; paid the money, took that the above-named Lands. *.
" Estimating a large man can PATENT MEDICINES
largest on tho continent of America. the book "How to Be Good," and the 4 ,
and the
I stand two feet
on average
u.? Mr. Warren, who has seen the big train started as Dash out of breath standing square room of a crowd of Situated on Sebastian Bay and Indian SYRINGES, ?

J.;. gees of Mariposa, those of the big tree reached the station. men, women and children is one anda River, :jg .

grove in Calaveras county, and all the "Don't hurry, old fellow said half feet he calculates that STATIONERY, FANCY &.TOILET

( pig trees of the coast range, says thereis I Lyng, "I've got the book for you 18.000,000 square people can stand on quaro AND ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR ARTICLES*'' ; ** ?

t, in no place in California a tree 'How to Bo GoOd.'" mile. According to this the population WINTER HOMES.

:J which approaches in size that on the I 'on} thunder," said Dash, as ho sat of the '+orld could staud on 84 Kept constantly on han"d.Physicians' ..
These Lands in the
JCaweah. on the baggage truck and shook his I miles. I are immediate
I square vicinity of the Prescriptions carcfulb> s .
The men had with them no rule, fist at tho tl1iiri.-Brooklyn Eagle Then ho makes this curious sugjrestion .
all .
iapelino or measure of any kind. but : FINEST :FISHING, HUNTING, compounded at hours. <<*,

Mr. Warren measured the tree with Tho Progress of Languages. **Carrv your arithmcti>still further. AND SEA BATHING J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist

his rifle, which was four feet You laid out for the 1,500- ,
length The progress of languages spokenby a cemetery To be found .
He found it to be forty-four in the whole IndianRiver '
000.000 of mankind now living. TITUSVILLE FLAKNOTICE.
be follows
different nations issald to as *
his in circumference at Section, and have also the advantage -
point as
cun a English which at the commencement Build a citv for them to dwell in. Average '
high above the ground as he could ; of Daily Communication by
: families at five to a family
of the century was only persons .
reach. The of the tree had been' Steamers with all points north.
top is and give each family 9 house and
broken off but it is still of immense : spoken by 22,000,000 of people Russian, now is lot 20 feet by 100. Your cemetery gave Actual Settlers and. Improvers will be All concerned will take notice thai, six

hei ht .Tits monster tree stands in a spoken by 100,000,000. I five fifty feet forgr.1Ycs. specially favored. Correspondence invited. months after date, I will present my final
persons square
small basin near the Kaweah, and is now spoken at the by 63,000,000, the against cen- Their city lot is fortv times as large.Your Address, account to Honorable Minor S. Jones,

surrounded on all sides by a wall of 30,000,000* city lot must therefore be forty County Judge of Brevard county Florida,

huge, rugged rocks. There is so much turv. In 1800' 1.nningOf only times as larje as yourccmetcry. Add Frank H. Allen. Norwich, Conn. and pray for an order dismissing me from
.
S 000 todayover
brush in tho vicinity that the little spoken by ; lor 28-3t. the further execution on the estate of JohnE.
I 20 cent. streets.
good
TO.UOO.UOO talk in the lan-
same per
Moore late of said deceased.S. .
in which the tree stands is al- county,
vajley On this basis the population of the
II does
that William Spanish .
H. RAY, Administrator.Titusville .
( Amador Sentinel. puagv NEW
most inaccessible.
of world could live in a city 100 miles
is now used by 44,000,000 people, Jan.6,1890. 38-6mo.
S0,00u,000in 1800; Italian by wide and 220 miks long and have

A nifttorie Old Clock. against 3,000, instead of 18,000,000( ; Pom twice tho space per capita now being Indian River LandAND NOTICE.In .

There Is in establishment ot John tugucse by 13,000,000 instead of 8,000- occupied by tho majority: of people in *
f McDuffle, in Albany, one of the finest 000. our great cities.-Dr. Prince in :Journal Circuit Court of the. Seventh Judicial
clocks of Commerce :So"te1 Comp: : Circuit of the State of Florida, Dude.
specimens of antique ever seen. This as for English an increaseof 312 : zay,
A. D. 1889. In
County, Chancery.
It was proourod at Amsterdam, Holland .. per cent. ; for Hussion 120 per cent.; ROCK LEDGE, FLA. .Albert M. Field )

by Mrs. Amsterdam timepiecewas for German, 71) per cent ; for Spanish -I Blood Orucges. vs. V Divorce .

made at in 1GSO by S6 per cent etti. In tho case of The blood orange is a mere variety We are opening in our fine Hotel a Land Leahretta C. Field J

Andrian Baghyn and is a marvel of : French the increase has been from of the sweet orange, obtained by cul- Office. We think that many of the thousands Upon the bill in said suit being filed and

mechanism. It stands twelve feet I 34,000,000 to4G,000,000, or 80 per cent tivntiort, and appears first to have been of strangers that stop with us will be due proof made, as appears by the affidavit -

i[a .w Ph. The case is of bird's eye black Boston Herald raised by the Spanish gardeners in the liable to buy property if it is presented to of complainant to the same, showingthat

: walnut on tho top of it stand three I Philippine Islands.from the capital! of them ; and our facilities are such that we the said defendant resides out of said

i golden si tuettcs. The central figure A Bonnet for'.. Text. : which \.Manila) it, together with the think we can be of great service both to State, it Lt Hereby ordered that a hearingbe

represents Atlas bending beneath the have been well known cigars formed at one sellers and buyers.Correspondence. had on the facts charged in said bill on

weight of a miniature globe. The There many the preachers : time one of tho chief articles of export.. solicited. the first Monday in April, A. D. 1890, and
whoso pulpit jokes: are only remembered -:
right ana left figures counterparts their'harangues. On its first appearance in Europe it excited 34 J. M. LEE & BRO. that said Leahretta C. Field do be-

of Gabriel in the act of blowing,his portlOnsof the ladies' a seD 3tiou, and in fore said court on or before said fast Monday -

trumpet When wound tho clock runs Michel Meuot, reproving church told them the la t century very high prices were in April, 1890, and plead or answer to

.eight days. It gives! tho day of the for being would late take at less time, to cleanse demanded for the tree which bore'the FOR SALE said bill and defend against theame and

month with the phases of the moon as that wonderful fruit None however, the facts charged therein and to do further
stick in alla
i. well as the hour, and strikes every the Augean stables The than to is told of I now come to us from Manila-our THE ELEGANT and receive what said court shall considerin
woman's pins. story
that it has been said cause.
: quarter Considering being derived almost en-
Rowland Hill that he once began a supply RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF Done at Chambers at Tavarre this 9th
ticking away the hours for over two tfrely from Malta where great .
at
words "Look
with the .
.
,
my
centuries it' remarkable time sermon day of December A. D.1889.JOHN
keeps and attention bestowed
pains are
and is in wonderful state of wife there, with a chest.of drawers on L.. E. BARNES, D. BECOME,
a prcservation. their cultivation. It for
was
f upon
her head The congregation staredat Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida in
L It has an air of past ages time and indeed FLA.
a long supposed ROCK LEDGE
,
thQ poor lady thus pointed out, butt and for the Seventh Judicial Circuit.
about it and is undoubtedly a histori- that
& the idea is not yet quite extinct,
perceived that she wore a new ALBERT F. QCIMBY,
only Seven and OneThirdAcres
New- Containing
t\ landmark of centuries.-
blood thegrafting'
past produced by
has sold chest of oranges were 35 Clerk Juno Fla.
.York bonnet "She a of Land frontincon Indian Ri"er.Large. .
Telegram. of the with the -
orange pomegninate
new bonnet
drawers and a
bought Roomy RESIDENCE elegantly .
,. but there is'not the ,slightest
withnhe procecdi 'Then he went on NOTICE.TREASCRY .
"
: oundation Finished. Also a Three-Room
Fogg'a Ovenl&b& for this belief.
ITho BosF to inveigh against female love-of dress. COTTAGE and Outbuildings One of Dp'T8'rATEOF FLORIDA,
f Fong entered the car (says |
ton Transcript) to fijid -every seat oc- San Francisco Argonaut OoUU's Devengcw the most desirable places in Rock Ledge COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, }

1'! copied and the. aisle filled"with standees A few years since Ouida met the hammock.For TALLAHASSEE, January 1, 1890,

BuUie was equal to the occasion, The' MfMMM Man That Ever Uved. 1 Marquis de-Stufa, an Italian nobleman price, terms, etc., apply to I, William D. Barnes, Comptroller of

He shouted with the voice of one has Aflutter of excitement was createdhere )1 of ancient family: who possessed many Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla. the State of Florida, do certify that a

ing,authority "Plenty of seats in the by the arrival of Obey Grif- I fascinating qualities, and the fairI banking association under the name of the
t :
ext Instantly there was a rush fin with a large trunk-containing the 'I damsel of fortyrtwo-summers fell in Indian Paver State Bank, loeated at Titus

F L for tho car.next The standing.pas.i wearing apparel of his dead wife, a I love with him., The marquis admired A. M. Hamilton & Co., ville Brevard county, State of Florida,
t qlr. estimable lady, who died several and organized under Chapter 3S64 Laws
> started first of course, but very I her talents, enjoyed her society and
sengere He mounteda TITUSVILLE FLORIDA, of Florida has this day filed in this office
then lots of the sitters who wanted months ago. immediately was a frequent visitor at bet-T'ill8.near ,
were dry goods box in front oi Florence. Ouida to become proper articles of association and organization -
several was prepared -
t to sit together and more treed I Wholesale Dealers in and'ha
shrill voice the certificate, complied fqlly
who into the other office and in a u the Marchesa de she
thought by going and lounger' .. to come made with the provisions of said act required to
M seatsto negroes was never asked. She lover
three
car two or
themselves.they might get The was that forward and give t a a bid on the* ridiculous in a book. Those who have Indian River Oysters be complied with before commencing the
business of and that said association -
result dresses and uuderclotiting of his wife read will banking,
selectedoneof seats, "Friendship" probably remember
ogg is hereby authorized to commence a
the and the negro women, of the demimonde that the nero is weak fickle
and his by a
was deep in newspaper FISH banking business under the name of the
attended in i :roves purchased sort of character who does not know
time the crowd came Indian River State Bank, and at the place
and are today flau ting around arrayed his own mind for week at time
with an evident desire to shed a above designated.Given .
Wood. You see, it was in their second hand dresses,, but who is full of vanity and possessedof Green Turtle and Game.All under my hand and seal,of office

and grinning from ear to ear at taei a high idea of his own importance ..
On D.11S90.W.D.
Fogg's part. There ,were plenty this the first dar of January J..A. ;
of seats in. the next car; he merely luck in cheap bargains. AlapahaGa. This hero was intended for the,Marquis orders will receive prompt. and careful attention BARNES,
,whether
(' full ( .) Cor. Savannah News. de Stufa.A"goe.. by telegraph. 33-60
forgot to mention that they were .. .. letter or person. 17 days. Comptroller.

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w, 4 .TltE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, FEB., isso.: ".' -

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THE ,FLORIDA STAR. coming a millionaire, and, in all probability -! Friday. They are spending the winter Our Washington Lett r. A-Terrlbie Bereavement. -

he has passed the first million season at Mr.Wheeler's place, Rockledge.Mr. From our Regular Correspondent] Mr. Tracy the Secretary of the SaT
WASHINGTON D. C., Jan. 31, '90. has the sympathy of the }
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. notch. It is pretty generally thought in Wm. Hurley, of Buffalo, X. Y., in the terrible whole .countrj.
The Czar" is the title given Speaker bereavement which he hi
South Florida that DUNN will be a can- stopped at Cocoa last week for a day or suffered. On Sunday
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor ml Pfllste Reed since he in accordance with his night he had
didate for United States Senator in the two and then went over to Indianola, happy family!and a pleasant home uj

$1.5O per Annum. r, next legislature, and if he is Senator CALL where he intends spending some weeks at threats, ruled that a visible quorum was Monday morning that home was in ro;;">!.
a constitutional quorum. Never has his wife and one daughter were dead
will have hard work to down him. Mr. Martin's house. th
Entered at the Pod Office at Titiuvilleat greater indignation been expressed by the daughter having been burned to death
Second-Clot Matter. "But Senator CALL is putting in some Mr. and Mrs T. Booth and Mr. Wilson another daughter and a granddaughter
Democrats of the House than was con-
hard work for re-election," said. the re- sailed up to Titusville Saturday last in were severely injured, and hu own fife

i THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper porter. the Little Blossie, Mr. Booth's fast yacht, tained in the vigorous protest of Messrs. was saved,only by the most extrsor. .

for Brevard: county. "But how about the other aspirants ?" which has been in first-class Carlisle' Crisp; Breckinridge and others nary exertions of his physicians.
Ittely put The firemen
this proceeding on appear to have made
against revolutionary heroic
t The Star has the Largest circulation "Well, HAMMOND, of Orlando, is developing order. They returned home Sunday exertions to save the lives -
of
of any paper on the East coast of Fla.A some'strength in his immediate night. the part of Mr. Reed; and never was the mates of the house. The smoke the IB

SQUARElsoneincbin space; 21 squares bailiwick ; then there I'STALLIAFERRO, of House in a greater uproar than when it dense, however, that they were not WL'IO al*
column.Forndvertising. Mr. Joe Dickson, of Rockledge, who that the of the to reach them in
make a acksonville. He is not making much was seen rights minoritywere time to save the lives .j*
rates enqnireof Editor has been quite unwell and confined to being so ruthlessly taken from them. all of them. It is not often that the i inmateof
two cent stamp. noise, but he is possibly the strongest opponent -
enclosing
Always his bed for the past two or three weeks, The only Republican that possessed the a dwelling house that is on fire
----- -- --- CALL will have that is, leavingout
---- not able to
; are the flame.
escape
s. his friends will be glad to learn, much Secre
the disapprove
Palatka moral
arrrived at to even indirectly -
A gentleman DUN courage tary Tracy and his wife and daughter
-other day having in his possession a tooth "But there are others" better and able to be up and attendingto of the proceeding was Butter- however, must: have been made insensi

Weighing over six pound, which was ta- "Yes, I know, but the other aspirantswon't his business again. worth, of Ohio. Mr. Reed attempted to ble did by the realize smoke while asleep,and hence

e + ken from the bed of Peace creek, in South amount to anything in the fight. Cocoa is soon to have a pleasant addi- defend his action by quoting from decisions Members not of President their peril.Harrison's

Florida. It looked aged and its enamelwas The man who defeats Senator CALL will tion to her residents, as Dr. W. L. Hugh made in the State legislatures of New net have been greatly afflicted. Secrets cab.

nearly gone from the wear of the have to spend considerable money-that lett and his interesting family move from York and Tennessee. The ruling was Blaine has lost two grown children teto- I

water. Four weeks ago a similar tooth is, in a legitimate'way, of course. Thereis Rockledge this week into their beautiful made for the purpose of taking up the in a month, and now Secretary Tracy!:..*
lost his
r was discovered and sent to the Smith- going to be the hottest faction fight in new cottage which has recently been contested case of Smith vs. Jackson, .1ms. wife and daughter.-Satan* M 1

sonian Institute. It weighed twenty-six the next campaign that Florida ever wit- erected here for them. which was opposed by the democrats because j
1 1i
--- pounds, and the scientists at the insti- nessed.: The river presented a very lively appearance the House had not yet adopted a The Great Social Requisite.

tute pronounced it to be an extinct spec Sunday afternoon, as numerous code of rules.Senators i "Blue Blood" is still an essential part j

cies of the elephant. Eon Gallie. rowboats, yachts and steam-launches dot- Vance and Hampton have replied of the great social question, but after all ,!
I blood is the key of life, and
pure P. p. p
Copious showers, accompanied by some ted its crystal waters, and the gay pleas- to the speech of Senator Ingalls on has achieved, phenomenal sneees a* a j i

JAKE KILKAK? made two thousand high winds, during the past week. ure-seekers must indeed have enjoyedthe the race question.The purificant and corrector of all ailments

at New Orleans by administration arising from bad blood af}(). its
dollars last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John pinwall, of our bright sun and balmy breeze. silver bill, recently cvntiv
ambitious amateur slugger introduced in is much gent unhappy effects. For sale br s at
whipping an the House, meeting
town, are at the Hotel Indian River fora Last Sunday morning services and druggists.

named FELIX VACQUELIN. Two rounds few days. Holy Communion took place in St. Michael's opposition from Republicans. Senator t
were alt VACQUELIN could stand up to, Teller in making an argument against it ABBOTTS EAST INDIAN CORN
that Mr. C. H. Walton and J. W. Huntington Episcopal Church, the Rev. A. T. PAINT removes all Corns. Bunion a K!
when MIKE DONOVAN remarked before the Hou e committee characterized -
of Titusyille, spent last Sabbathin Sharpe officiating. Owing to inclement Warts.
the best man in the world it Wall and
IClLRAIN was weather the as "a street measure,
our settlement.. congregation was not as largeas
but war sick at Richburg. After paying usual. Afternoon services held Senator Morrill in introducing it in the Mercurial I'oison.

all he in the contest with SULLIVAN Mr.R. P. Blatch is prepared to furnish were Senate took that he
won by Mr. Sharpe at Merritt. special pains to say Mercury is trequently injthlieioah
f for the costs of the trial at Richburg it wood to any of our citizens or others. would ask to have it printed and referred used by quack doctors in cases of tru::*-

must be rather gratifying for him to geta inquire of Hodgson Bros. )Ir. R C. Kinney, of Chicago, arrivedlast without committing either himself or ria and blood poison. Its after eflecf is
week and is a guest of the Peck any worse than the original disease. B. b.
chance to pound a man for such a sum It is rumored that a feed and grain member of the Finance committe in its B. (Botanic Ulooil Balun. contains no
House. Mr. ,'isitedIndian River
as above stated. store is about to be added to the business Kinney favor. The administration seems to lack mercury, but will eliminate mercur-il:

portion of our settlement. two years ago and was so pleased with it influence with its party in Congress.One poison trom the system. Write to Eloott
he has come again to spend some time Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga., for book of c')n-
HON. HUGH_ E. MILLER, a prominent Messrs. Hodgson Bros.' steamer Kathleen negro is satisfied with Mr. Harri vincing proofs of Its curative virtue,
here and is the
Republican of South Florida, was in Tallahassee left for points on the Halifax and seriously contemplating son's views on the negro problem. Thatis A. F. Britton. Jacksonville Tern
and in purchase of a winter home at Cocoa. writes: "! caught malaria in Louisiana.
few days since conversation -
a Elillsborough Rivers Monday last. ex-Senator Bruce, who has been appointed -
and when the fever at last broke .
)Ir. Cleveland and Walter tnjir
with Hon. John L. CRAWFORD, George
The steamer; Maggie Dillon is being Recorder of Deeds for this dis tern was saturated with poison and I fcuj
Secretary of State, severely criticised the painted and re-furnished under the able Howland sailed from Titusville Sundayin sores in my mouth and knot on raj
s of the officials of the UnitedStag the Papoose to Merritt, where Mr. trict.A here tongue. 1 got two bottles of B. B. B.
silly rumor was current
hands of her owner, Capt. Wm. Treutler.II. very
Cleveland will visit of three which healed my tongue and raqpth anti
district court, and said that a ma- pay a two or this week to the effect that the
Republicans "
made a new man of we.
R. Olmstead is receiving large
\\eeksatbis brother's home. Mr. Geo.
jority of the leading Republicans in the would not pass a tariff bill at the N'm. Richmond .Atlanta Ga.. writes
State 'would join with the Democrats in quantities of good Our citizens can Cleveland formerly lived on Indian River present session because they wished the My wife could hardly see. Doctor

petitioning President HARRISON to remove now find everything necessary for house- but at present is in business: at At called it syphilitic Iritis. Her eyes were
question to remain open for the next cam- ill a dreadful condition. Her
in settlement.Mr. appetite
keeping our own
all the officers of the court, if some lanta, Ga. paign. They will pass a bill because they failed. She had pain in her joint and:

prominent Democrat would draw up the John Aspinwall's new residence i is A party, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. D. hope to close the question, knowing very bones. If er kidneys were deranged ais'>.

paper and approach them on the subject. fast approaching completion under-thecontractors' Eyer, Miss Kate E. Eyer Mr. and Mrs. C. well that the tariff is their weakest point. Dr.and Gillam no one thought she could be eur d i
recommended B. B. B.,whu b
hands Bros. The
Hodgson D. Heller, all of Webster City, la. ; Mr. Xo bill, however, that they will pass can she used until her health was entirely re
THERE is a great deal more truth than latter firm have also a contract for an- and Miss Hopkins, of Marion, 0., andMiss close this important question. I stored."

humor i Representative HOVCK'S little other house for Mr. Aspinwall to be Kate A. Eyer and Miss Ollie Lap- Tariff reform, as preached by the Dem- K. P. B.. Jones. Atlanta Ga., write
joke. He said CULBERSON, of erected oif the same 41 was troubled with copper colored
property. ham, of Merritt, left Cocoa on the steamerSt. ocratic the last I
platform is
campaign, eruptions, loss: of appetite! Pin ia back
Texas,:4 the 1. other day: "We Republicanshave Capt. John Carey arrived Thursday Lucie on a ten days trip to Jupiterand daily making converts, and in the most aching joints, debility, emaciation. 1 11-

In e' idea speaker. He's the best last in his fast steam-yacht Xyanza. The Lake Worth. unexpected quarters, and the fact is of hair, sore throat and great ttervdw t
speaker who ever presided over this apparent ness. IJ. B. n. put my system taft e-
captain has brought the plan of a fine The Hotel Indian River begins to weara that if voted on by the people now ditiou" 4i
He won't a-Democrat .
House. recognize two-*tor Gothic residence, to be erectedon
Over it would the .
busy aspect now. fifty guests arrived sweep country.It
to make a motion to adjourn ; he won'trecognize .
his Eau Gallie River property, adjoining there last Saturday on the steamer i is rather early to expect Congressmen XOTICE.In '
the demand of a Democrat forE I
tellers and"-leaning over confidentially that of Capt. Bennett. from Titusville. Everything belongingto to express themselves as to the can- the Circuit Court, 7tk Jtf fit.

Hodgson Bros.'new warehouse is nearly the hotel is in perfect running order, didate in '92, but the following shows the State of Florida, County at"D&e, ia
-"he is: considering a propositionto
completed, the counters office, etc., be- for Mr. Lee is noted for his splendid feeling in a portion of the south : Chancery.Elnathan .
require the indorsement of two Re- T. Field
,
publicans for a Democrat to introduce a ing finished in Georgia pine. New goodsare management in that line, and a large Representative Blount, of Georgia- vs. )v Injunction.

arriving, a carload having been received crowd is soon expected. Many rooms "The people of Georgia are for Cleveland." Ezra A. Osborn. J .+
bill. Til indorse CULBERSON if
you, you l Saturday.. They expect to be have already been engaged for the season Representative Crisp,of Georgia"Cleveland It appearing from the affidavit of Ob**.
can get anyone for a second." S. Partridge, one of the solicitors for the
Ii open about the 6th or 8th inst. by old admirers of Indian River. and tariff reform are good enoughfor
complainant in the above cause hereto
,IT is rumored that the Mallory Line Capt. Roy McFadden left for Rock- Another wedding to chronicle in Co- Georgia folks." Representative Dick- riled,that the defendant,Ezra A.Oboro

has taken an interest in the proposed ledge Saturday last in his fine schooner coa. On Monday evening, at 8 o'clock, ey, of Missouri-"As tariff reform is to is a non-resident of the State of Florida
and that his address and residence U it
railroad from Smyrna to Lake Jessup and Queen. This is the largest and finest in the dining-room of the Delmonico, be the issue of '92 we naturally look; upon Middletown, State of New Jersey and

intend calling at that port on their Texas vessel in the Eau Gallic fleet, and tour- Captain T. C. West, of Sioux City, Ia., Cleveland as the man to had us.'' Representative that the said defendant is over tweoty

trip. This would give South Florida an ists and others chartering her will find and of corn cannon fame, and Mrs Grid- Davidson, of Florida-"The one years of age. It is therefore ordered

outlet to the north without having to every comfort and convenience on board, dle were united in the bonds of matri- sentiment of my State is now overwhelmingly that plainant's you do bill answer herein or demur tiled on to or the before Com

pass through Jacksonville. We wouldbe and one of the most obliging captains on mony. The wedding was a very private for Cleveland" Representative the third dar of March, A. D. 1S80, else

only too glad to see this become a fact, Indian River affair, as only the contracting parties and Kilgore, of Texas-"Texas is for Cleve- said bill be taken as confessed. It to

but the condition of the bar at Mosquitoinlet Cocoa. minister were present. Capt. Tancre, land against" the world, the flesh and the further In ordered the FLORIDA that this STAB notice a De be,"published ,*-- '1

will not permit the entrance of the son-in-law of Capt. West, brought Mrs. devil. per published at Titusville, Fla., to the

large ships of the Mallory Line, unless a Public school opens next week in Co Griddle, her two daughters and Captain The rumor that Secretary Noble was to county of Brevanl, once week for for
Curigress coa. be appointed to a seat on the United consecutive weeks. *
of from West down from
large appropriation money* Mr. Shine, of Jacksonville, paid Cocoaa Titusville. States district bench to succeed Judge Witness A. F. Quimby. Clerk of the
: be first expended to deepen the I visit this week. Toe Brevartl County State Bank is now Brewer, recently appointed to the United Circuit Court, ROll the seal of aW court

water. The only chance for the Mallory opened up in Cocoa, and is already doing States Supreme Court, lacks confirdla- at Juno, this 2Sth day of Janaary, A. I).
isI I Mr. Walter Good'ear'isited Coco tion, but the Republicans who have been 1SOO.
Line to secure the trade of this section a good deal of business.: The bank
Monday in his steamlaunch.Rain working so hard to get him out of the ALBERT F. QUIMBT.
to make a stopping place at the bight of ,
is situated in the Hill building and is cabinet hope that it will turn out to be Clerk Circuit Court Dade Co.
Canaveral, where a steamer could land at at last, but not enough to satisfy substantially fitted up. Albert A. Tay- FOSTER & PARTRIDGE,

most any time, provided a suitable iron the orange and vegetable growers. lor is president, James Holmes vice-pres true.The district tax bill, refunding about 42 Solicitors for Complalaaat.

.pier was: built out from the beach. Choir practice, as usual, at the Episcopal ident, R. B. Holmes cashier, and J. M. $20,000,000 to the States: that paid the
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direct tax levied in 1861-which was vetoed -
1 Church Saturday afternoon at 3 p. mMr. Sanders, J. F. Wooten, A. A. Taylor, by Mr. Cle\"eland-pas. the Sen-
In Circuit Court for the 7th JwKeial Circuit .
SENATOR QUAY, of Pennsylvania, ha C. E. Goodyear, of Rockledge, has James Holmes and R. B. Holmes directors. ate again with only seven votes againstit in and for Brcvard county atl .."
ft cood deal of work of a political natureon The bank is considered five Democrats--Berry, Call Coke
just finished shipping his large orange a great and of Florida-In Chancery A. O. I_
hand, and it goes right on, it seem, substantial addition to Cocoa by all our Vance and Vest-and two Republicans, Frank Forster, John F. 'Delaaej'and .
while he is himself in Florida. The JVa crop.Mr. Messrs. Blair and Plumb. It will shortly Peter Holler.
C. D. Heller, who is stopping here, people and they wish the new bank every become a law and the Treasury surplus
Democrat of his
tional vs.
says one present
will be
shot an alligator a few days ago on the success. 820,000,000 less. Emma. Apthorp George
schemes is to defeat the aspirations of D. The Montana cases will be heard ,
bank of the river. The little naphtha-launch Livinier has by ry Apthorp, Ellen e en-J
HASTINGS the of the Senate Committee elections
D. adjutant general on February
Pennsylvania, to be the next Republican lrs. T. H. Potter,of Sandetsyille, Ga., been chartered during the past week bya 15th. If surface indications count Apthorp, and Grace .1pthorp.It j

is the trio of fruit and vegetable commission the Democrats have little show for the affidavit of Ceonie
candidate for governor, and another is to a guest at house of her si&ter-in get- appearing by
law Mrs. IX.. Andrews. merchants-\les5rs. Bradley Redfield, of ting seated. M. Robbins, agent of complainant that
get rid. of CHARLES EMORY: SMITH, the Philadelphia. S. Gavan, of Baltimore The'Vorld's Fair question still drags. Emma M. Apthorp, Ellen WentwortnApthorp

editor of the Philadelphia Preen, who Senator Gardner Hardee left Tuesdayof and Mr. Killough, of New York. The House committee is engaged in per- and Grace Apthorp rends

does not conduct that paper altogether this week for a few days' visit to the They are visiting all of the prominent fecting a bill with the site left Blank, and within the United States but without

to suit Mr. QUAY. It is understood that Sub-Tropical Exposition at Jacksonville orange growers on the river and showingup the Senate committee is waiting for the the State of Florida, and that Emma Y,
the advantages of shipping fruits and House to act. Apthorp is of age and Ellen Wentworth -
SMITH has been offered the mission to Mr.: B. Hoerger, who lives down at Dr. vegetables to their respective houses. The House has ordered the committeeon Apthorp antl Grace Aptborp are

Russia, which would be in line with! Whitfeld's lovely place, spent a day or Mrs. Redfield the charming young wife reform in the civil service to investigate minors. It is therefore ordered that the

HARRISON'S policy of muzzling as many two at Cocoa last week visiting his worthy of Mr. Bradley Redfield, is a guest of the the civil service com mission,and the said above-named defendants do *&**'*?

Republican editors as possible E. F. friend, :Mr. F. Lipp. Rocky Point House, City Point. committee will decide Monday when it or demur to said bill of complaint filed
will begin.
in this cause on or before the tenth w
SHEPHERD the editor of the
very pious Mr. C. H. Edgerton sailed down to his Florida In 1S9O. The publication by the newspapers of of March, A. D. 1S90,br said bit be token

New York jail and Express, is still un- place,Shady Side Orange Grove,on'Monday A fine Sectional Wall Map is just ready, the new extradition treaty with England against them as confessed. It is farther

provided for, however. to attend to having several hundred published by the noted map makers,Rand, before the Senate has acted on it has an- ordered that this order be puw fi '
_L-ir McNally & Co., 148-154 Monroe street, gered the members of the British legation in the FLORIDA STAR newspaper ones

HON. JOHN F. DUNN, of Ocala, is not orange trees planted out. Chicago. Now comes the great opportunity here They should remember that in a week for four consecutive weeks.

only one' of the most brainy and enterprising Next Sunday Rev. James Bollon will for salesmen, and the first men in the field America the newspapers always get the Witness the Hon. John D. Broomf,
preach in the new :M. E. Church South] will find eager buyers. The map is :36x48 news, and print it without asking anybody's Judge of said court at the ponrt House
business men in Florida, said a inches, scale, 10 miles to inch, and plainly permission. at Titusville, this 4th day of Fe ruarJ'.
prominent citizen of South Florida to a at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday shows Counties, Townships, Sections, all The Grand Army of the Republic hasa A. D. 1890.

Savannah jWv reporter,"but he is ambi- School at the usual hour. Postoffices, Railroads completed, Lakes, strong lobby here working for the passage x. A' STEWART.
Rivers 1,446 miles of Coast Line, Bays, of a service pension bill. The bill] Erevan G* na
CVk Circuit Court
t tious.;. DTJNX went into this phosphate The :Misses F. M. and A. .A. Bristol, Harbors the Florida and .
Keys. the Ever they want passed will coat the Govern- BOBBINS GRAHAM
business< with the determination of be- of Hillsdale N. Y. visited Cocoa last ,
glades. ment more than $$110,000,000 year. 42
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Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oils, Boat Goods, Stoves and House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc., Etc. .



TITUSVILLE r FLOR.IDA.t ifejXOTICE. I


---- I CARDS. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.: 'I

itiztnl of Brevard County: GEOBGX M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, .
f.IM I President Bre\ard Secy. Brevard Ab- STILI1'TG- TAYLOR.
lIaring been appointed by the commis- Abstract Co. tract Co. ., .'

,of said county to represent Herat & GRAHAM< .
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6nbTrOpical Exposition at Jackson- ROBBINS Cocoa, Indian River, Florida.
de Which opens on January Dtli, 1890,
owing the resources of the county as ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
hesitancy in saying that I P. O. Box 250,TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. DEALERS IN
lao,have po of Will practice in all the ounties of the Seventh
believe, with a heart co-operation Circuit and in the Supreme Court. Special facilities
f hpy le,we will y mate the best for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. -
the capital prize Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs
2JWt will capture
jriOOO.tA but It will be impossible for me to to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware

_itch and every producer I therefore T) L. GAULDEN, .
1 request everyone who has any- ,
worthy of exhibition to write me.ewantisa ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
full exhibit of the proof ,
AND AGATE-WARE.
that the county. We do not ask as a Titusville, Florida. .
JjttJ i .
ition' we will pay a fair price for all Paints Oils Glass and Putty
( M. THRASHER, ,
vle To the of ladies their domestic do we especially work. ap- A. = TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY, "

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r'1forsome R. P. PADDISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Mill' --
Plumbers' and
Commissioner. P. O. Box 20. SANFORD, FLA.
Will practice in all the counties ol the Seventh BARBED WIRE
Circuit and Supreme Court. 3
fjoice: Orange Lands For Sale. Supplies,
: ALLEN E. HEYSER, C n "' I WIRE NEITING
desirable tracts of high hammock ry r

Three land, located on east side of East Doors Sash Blinds

: Isdi1n Riser Tract No. 1 contains Attorney-at-Law and Conveyancer.I : and WIRE CLOTH' .'
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tf$8100 acres, with a frontage of half ..ake Worth Dade County, Florida. I ? ;
on the river, about eighteen acres Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade *

;;; !I adored ta-e!trees.,a bearing Tract grove No. 2 contains and nursery 51 74-of County lands.JONES BRICK, LIME, CEMENT cZ. 1b G--u.n.s: !

,? {0 acres, with a frontage of five-eighths & ATKINSON, AMMUNITION if
i rfimile on the river, about six acres SHINGLES and LATH. "

.' died, a small grove!: and many trees in .4-t torn e3-s-a t-Law, \<: TACKLE. .
bearing Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100

, acre ,with: a frontage of one-fourth of a Titusville, Florida. Ship Cha.n..d1ery c>c>ds '
mile OD the river which is about four i : 4.-f/

8i3e in width. These lands are not un- J. T. SANDERS, Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow ComSfc:

detlaidwith rock. No wise man for his of experience ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. "T; Sff
would plant a grove own ri .
Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Judicial -
ue on land BO underlaid. Perfectly Circuit of Florida.P. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets. .
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from fog malaria and frost. ,
free ,
taJthy, O. Box.235. TITDSVILLE, FLA.Money .
'Beit minutes walk from house to ocean to Loan. 11 ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITY.

be ch. !
"'I! For farther particulars inquire ofI DR. L. T. DANIEL, Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited find h'
: Bed.Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston! estimates furnished promptly -' .> "

Ius.,or of J. A. Chippie, agent, Geor- DENTIST, .

I panDa, Fla.Land COCOA, FLORIDA, STILING & TAYLOE.I'1SHI .

for Sale.
Groves ----------- ------------------------------
and -- -- ------- --- ----

Hiring three places on and near the jyr' p. L. DODSON, $SS -------------1-1I r C1yde Ste yY'lsb.ip Co,.

Indian River, I will sell any two of them <
I in order to better improve the other. DENTIST, want to get into a strictly I New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.
Mer- FLORIDA.
They are as follows: 12 J acres on TITCSVILLE,
ritt'i Island, quarter of a mile south of Aching teeth filled and saved without destroyingthe
Merritt postoffice, $GOO ; 10 acres, two nerves. Teeth with accesses treated success /
3 fally. Roots crowned suh.ta' tially. Plates of CASH SYSTEMOF
'? sale northwest of Titusville, with 000iixyearold pure Para gum. Broken Plates mended Badly -
orange trees, in good condi- fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted painlessly 0\
half of the Office on Washington avenue. B'ALTER _
non, occupying almost
! pound, $2,500 10 acres, quarter of a ..
: ; S. GRAHAM, M. D. BUYING & SELLING
mile north, of LaGrange postoffice, with ,,
WO tirelve year-old orange trees, in fine Office Consultation $1.00.
." audition occupying about half of the ,
Visits in Titusville l2.00.
This Believing I can thus serve all customers. -
of fruit.
Wacres.with a goSfttcrop: Calls between 10 p. m. and 6 a. m.will be charged I
- fast is the north* half of the Kentucky double rates.Obstetrical. While I will not refuse to credit .
Address Jerome Twichell, La- case, and cases outside the Corpora- .
. pore. Fla.hi1oh' tion are positively declined. those who have favored me with their The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :'
Orange, .
(Standard Tim )
positive cure for Ca'' T F. LEWIS, trade, I cannot charge goods at figures New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York,:
Catarrh Remedy '
twit,Diptberta.and Canker Month. Sold by Dick made for cash before delivery. Mondays.Wednesday, Fridays. Pier'.'9, E River. T1.1UlIj5, Thursdays&Sncdays.

.*t Grey.TitviTille, Fla. Civil Engineer and Surveyor :Monday Jan. :1.at 3 p m., YEMASSEK, .. Sunday,FeV 2, at 1 p m
Wednesd.iy Jan. 29. at 3 p. m., CHLROKEK, Tuesday Feb. 4. at 4 a w
ft.Eef, Leo H.Thayer of Bourbon, Ind., says: "'II.. Friday, Jan. 31, at 3 p m., DELAWARE, Tburad..y.Ft'b.6.aUam1londay.
Toft myself and wife owe our lives to Sbiloh'sptloa TitiisUHc! For Cash Before Delivery : Fed>. 3, at Sp m. SEMIXOLE, Sunday Feb. 9, at?am". .
Cure. Sold by Dicktson & Grey, Ti. Friday,Feb. 7;at 3 p. m., IROQUOH, Thursday Fel IS:,at 1\)a u -
trate,YU. B. BURCHFIELD, Monday, Feb. 10. at 3 p. m.. CHEUOKEE, Sunday, Feb. 16. at 1 p m
R. Wednesday Ftb. 12,at 3 p. m.. YEMASSHC. Tnrsday.Feb. 11).at 4 a m
iSual Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh's Flour, pcrbbl...............$5.GOto$5 75 Friday, Feb. U, at 31). m., DELAWARE, '. .. Thursday, feb 20. at 5 a m
teurh Remedy. Price 50 centa. Sold by Ditkuon COUNTY SURVEYOR. Coal oil, per jrallon.................... 20 Wednesday Monday, F-b.Feb.17, At U\,3 at p.3 ru.p m.- SEMINOI.E Ir.OQLTOU,. Tuesday Sunday Feb.'s Feb. J5.at at 7 9 a a m m

t6it7Tttusrillena. I Orders by mail will receive as prompt 12J Ibs. granulated sugar............ 1 00 Friday Feb :!l, at 3 p. m. _. CIlEltOKEIThuudar.. Feb. 27.at 10 a m

,lickmetack, ," a lasting and fragrent perfume.. at ntion as calls in person.Address 14 Ibs. C sugar........................... 1 00 Wednesday Monday Feb., Feb.C4, 2"at.3 at p.3 m.p.,m. YEMASSEE DELAWARE! ,, Tuesday Sunday: Mar Mar.2.4.at at 1 2 p 30 m p m
?!tot 23,audio cents Sold by Dickson &' Grey Fla. 15 Ibs. choice rice....................... 1 00 Friday, Feb. 28, at 3 pp. n,. :E311SOLE, 'Ihurldaf.lIar.t,at 4 a u K
.-......,Fla. : Georgiana, 14 Ibs. best rice........................... 1 00 For Information Regarding Freight and Passage! apply to
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LADIES 14 lbs. XXX soda crackers.......... 1 00
.. sea a tonic,or children that want building RUE P. ELY, J. A. LESLIE. Snpt Jacksonville T. O. EOtR. Traffic 'tamper. Fowling Green, JTew York;
ug should take LA 50 Ibs. corn meal or grits............ 1 00 JOHN L. HOWARD. F. F. A, Jacksonville. F. M. IRO\MO\GER. F P. JadUoiiTfcl: *
Jf, BROWN 11D IRON BITTERS. 24 Ibs, best patent flour............. 1 00 \VM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gt'JU..ra1Jt'ntM, It South Wharves, Philadelphia ; 3, il 1owliub .
ft to pleasant to take,cures Malaria Indlgt3-it.TIlis Notary Puhlic for the State at Large. 25: Ibs. fancy flour.. ... .. ... ........ 100 Greenew York.
ton,tad BU1oaaneaa. All dealers keep : : :
Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. D. S. meat, lard and picnic hams.. 08 I I .
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Boneless ham and breakfast bacon 13 j

Reserved CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof Dried beef.....,.......................... 15 YORK-FLORIDA LINES.
is MALLORY'S NEW
Space over 60 years' experience. :Natural Rye flour and .Graham flour........ 04J

finish a specialty. I Buckwheat flour........................ (Oil 4 '
'1tlbollrJlt'Ioritln.. 6 Steel cut oat-meal..................... 05 e :
FOILHODGSON Navy beans(good)..................... 05$ Boston & Florida.-
NAUMAN'S Best Navy beans....................... OSi New York, Philadelphia, -

Lima beans.............................. OS} Fla THURSDAY1X11'
BROS. SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Peas, per quart............... .....10 to 12} Sailing from ]} FERNAXDINA, Erery '
,, NEWSPAPER Lady peas, per quart.................. 20 YORK, Every FRIDAY 3 p. m.

TIlE PIOXEER AGEXCY. Florida syrup, per gallon............ GO IRON STEAMERS .
addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN Can corn, per'dozen.$1.35 to 2 15 Rio Grande,
For terms and sample copies Can apples (3 lb.), per doz........... 1 35 1 Capt. Coiiucr. .:

General Merchants Can tomatoes (2 lb.),.................. 1 00
Titusvillo P. O., Brevard county, Fla. Can tomatoes (3 lb.)................... 135 3 State of Texas"rCapt
? Can Okra and tomatoes (3 lb.)..... 2 00 WiUums.

'VV" R. KNOX, Champion or Rose milk, per doz.. 1 35 City or San Antonio,
Eau Galle Florida. Butterine (cooking butter), 20 and 25 Capt. "Wilder.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, Butter (best creamery made)...... 30 Steamers hare .
Fernandina arrival train
of leaving Jack
Chicago baking powder...........2 for 45 sonville at 9:30 a.m. upon "-
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TITUSVILLE, FLA. Patapsico Passengers from Titnsville. Indian River and Eat Coast poi t.. arriving in Jacksonville horn JET ;--:1
__ HUM RIVER. 3 pounds of cheese for............... .4)0 & K W. Railway make connection with morning and afternoon traits for FernandlLa and feteamers aa< .J' :
and all kinds of work done with the brush. advertised -4' .
Special Any attention to inside finishing. 3 mo 40 Passengers arriving Wednesday and Thursday evenlncs will be cared for at Feruandina.SCHEDULE '
FOR SALE FOR FEBRUARY.LfavE
-- NEW YOKE RTLAYERQ: : haJUJlD11Uw .!
HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN My Stock is too Large Friday Jan. Sl t State of Texas Thursday Feb CtttThursday .> a
BAKERYWe Friday, Feb. 7th Rio Grande, ,Feb. 1XUThur
Ihe T Grove RIVE Friday, Feb. Hth '- State of Texas, 4aT.Feb. 20th-.
Bagger will Keep on Hand Every Day Friday, Feb. JlstIriday Rio Grande Thursday, Feb. 27th
,Ffb. 25th S State of Texas, < Thursday March Ctt
To Quote EyerytMni, For General information apply to
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erritt'a Island Indian Hirer, FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES, J. M. CUTtER, Gen. Pass. Agent, 77 West nay Street Jacksonville Jia- .
G. M. HUBBY, Agent foot of Centre street rnandina, Fia.LXATK ,

Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South. ETC. ALSO A Corresponding Range of Prices C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., H. Y.'

Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostly Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger I S .
ita will be .
tearing. besides Limes, Guavas and giren.GEO. O. J. :iC7TOR,.
Itt. and about 8 Acres of unclear- Ale and other Drinks. A. FROSCHER, .

TITDSVILLE, 'FLORIDA. Hardware and

autif al situation,overlooking the In'and ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT B. RIIIYIPHTITUSVILLE. Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden *
Banana River. ATTENTION.
*or terms and other particulars ad- Coins Cases and Caskets. General Produce

S. A. 1JELCHEII' & COMPANY, I .;ft.;

br. Wittfeld, Georgiana, Fla.; PROPRIETORS, I Funerals attended if desired. All orders MERCHANT.a ; .. ,
executed and at reasonable rates. .
i ore F. H. GOULD, Roseville ave., TITUSVILLE, FLA. promptly done. Melbourne. -Florid*
Embalming .
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:. <' TWO'OHIO RIVER DISASTERS.! robes 'awaited the coming of the
bridegroom; hours passed by and the
Tier Steamer DeSoto Darned and. the The departed 19' Wants.0
bridegroom came not. guests s. H. RAY
Steamer Ohio Sunk. and the bride shut herself in her

LOUISVILLE Ky., Jan. 30.-A special room alone. In the morning her dark

to The Post from Owensboro, Ky. says: hair had become perfectly white,. Sucha

'The Cincinnati aud Memphis packet strange strange sight; the beautiful --0- TITUSVILLE, FlA.Can'l ,t3a.14S
DeSoto; W W. Drca, commander girlish face with its wealth of spotless
caught fir one mile below: Owen- boro at hair. She has never since that night '

2.o clock Tuesday nt-r-rnirrs ant was soon mentioned the sub Whether she 8. WATS.ON&CO. I II
completely dr9tro:'e-J. The boat was has heard from her delinquent fiance ,

utaiokly run to the .veatixjt.'.shors when cannot be ascertained, at least outside Merchandise I
A ihf ire tens dis< vered, am tW j assen- her relatives, but she is brave and ,
gelS and all of tSe crew w4-ra saved ex4 i j beautiful and took up .her burden of FORWARDINGAND j I

: c pt'f; jossibly one of the liiem&n, Brown'# life fearlessly. Schedules in Effect So 1". 17,1t.,
,Ljjphardaou, colored who i* missing j There is of STORE. 1 i Trains of this line .
no run
.The fire was discovered in the cook way intercepting gray I i on Centra.:
hair from the absence before ard Time, and arrive and
flf ;rftom just after the boat had puked out except as depart, f- ::..
from the shore at the Banning distil- i, said of brains neuralgia fear or oldage. COMMISSIONMERCHANTS J. T., & K. W. and S. F. & W. Lu:. a 4.

li\ j. fery. When Second Crk Franc Palter | When it does come, only an artificial I pot.
Iv who was on duty at th* tinw. dl-cot: erect I moans can change it to the I i \\'est India Fast JIalL
l t' eiirP he ran to e11 or th? state rooms 'If. former hue and dyes are mostly dan I propose to keep No. 27 3," .
t". ItsrcJdng ant shouting: "Thiboat is'on gerous.Gray. 12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..b3u .1 d
r f. tire. out ton't fewexcited; there iai : hair at least is not the sign of 1 3d p m..Green Cove Sprinc..") .,' :

tenty of time to es '.ii>-." : decreasing energy, and the gray haired A First-Class Stock 2 SO p m........ -Palaika......_-._* -:: k J

'The IJe:30t0"ai ori -mjlly the Golden j beaux of society are usually the most 3 30 p nu...... ..JSevilie ..... -u ,'.4 fc
'Crown built in T'!!.. In "l88-1 she was ;, active and often the greatest favorites I 4 13 p m..DeLand JuDC&oll..T....2 1'-1 j.r
raUiilt and named '.:.e DeSoto She was Another feature of gray hair is thatit I -OFGROCERIES- 4 23 p ni..Orange: City Joac.: ..I 4. t

.. newly irnihed throughout at a heavy is generally fine hair, and a silver TITUSVILLE, .FLORIDA.WE o 15 P w...._....-SanfoWL......_\ 1 -, ,, B.
<*ct and wa value I at. &?' ,OOO. There { head of hair is generally an abundant t> 13pm..........Orlando..........n I -1\ "t
f wa t'- -OOO insura: .ct The list of passeagers -SU Louis Fo -Dipatch! -:o-- 7 110 p ni.Kissintwee_.......l.)0
f is ery in- > --iplete a* none of i iL ,'one. 10 13 P '.........Tampa.......?. 7 :; l
the txns were'save Land as soon aa the : t
45 Port
WANT 110 m..Ar Tampa Lv. .
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; 'p 8Jiencrers :. t o:! the boat icaay off Mottoes for Sun Dials. ( j
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th:m scatt; .zrd in every dir di'n. j Dials live over into thisa oof cheap 3 I Sleeping Cars: : THE CONFIDENCE; OF THE PEOPLE New York and Tampa, daily. S,. -
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S All trip pa-veneers L'ud in their clocks and watches not by reason of I Kidliumee for ICoii.
t o: the oncers and particularly of I IPilot at s-upper. 11 j' r
prathe their use or convenience, but becauso
connect at Port Tampa with PUL. St, R
: Owvn. They all bravely i A
Charley of their associations. They were formerly \\'EST I ship Line for Key We aI1JHa'Jr.. '
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I designed with taste and boro : DRY GOODS sail from Port Tampa Mud' ,
I You to be sure to Come and See Us on >4t
The Ohio Sunk at; Louisville. inscriptions suited to their purpose I Thursdays on arrival t>l traiu. > .._
( LOUISVILLS, Jan. 3).-The steamboat: I Many of these are historic, as the one When you come to town. connects at Palatka Junction with the 1.
Ohio. also of the Memphis and Cincinnati that used to be at Paul's Cross iu London Ida Southern Railway. i
packet line, sunk just below the falls which said, in Latin *'I number WE WANTTo NOTIONS TRAINS BETWEEN DELA.XD JO\Ti. 5 I
here Monday evening. none but sunny hours.** Talk to You. DELAXD.

[. .;. nbe Ohio is a sternwheel boat, with t Au old fashioned dial in a garden of Lv DeLand No30 No32 Xo34 N".y*, >

,Q n. 3Iyers captain; John Carroll, pilot I Sussex, England, is said to Lear upon WE WANT 3Icns' Ladies' & Chilclrcns'SHOES. Junction-4:4op 8:50a 123ap Ii i.: '.
ohn Newton mate. She was loaded I its plate these four mottoes, each for Ar DeLand 4:40a 9Wa I=;up 2.jI'; ) ,
guards, having in cargo 25.000I To Work With You. I II 'r
d its own season: "After Darkness, ..
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No3I No33 -
w lumbep, 1,031 bales of cotton, I NoN. y "
"Alasl how swift "I
; bags of corn, SWK) bags of cotton : Light; ; "warn I WE WANTTo Lv DeLand3:40a S::iOa l:30a 1-5-i'l b..:4 :
whilst I "So Life.
ml meal, and twenty-four head of move; passes r Ar Deland '
tle aid; 130 bogs, aU fo; Cincinnati cat-I Familiar old mottoes are some of I Post: You on the Markets. Junction 3:LSa S:40a l:45a. 2.o7Trains : i.. i' I
TKe boat waf f.t.J for C our eve.ry: day P't'bs. SornQ of theseare i ALSOCROCKERY 3a and 39 run daily. ;" I
and in the falls ''Ail things do wax and ware f i'E and 31
trying to ce over I \VAaT; run on Mondays, Wedn sJav3: cw
' struck a stone foun 'ation and stove a I "The longest Jay must end;" "Make I Fridays only. No I). 34 and 35 run t i
y dole in the bottom sis feet bn;;. : hay' while the sun shines." To Ship For You and See to Your Shipments GLASSWARE, from Berehford on Mondays, We lues ,

_i. Tho boat was run in shore and paiJ. n- I One of the most appropriate of these here. and Fridays. All others daily excA' Stday.
.. gerlt were landed. J:oat of the cargo mottoes used to be borne by a dial .
e\faA: I-aroo. Tlie passengers were sent I that stood in the old Temple Gardens, WE WANT HARDWAREAND South }'lorldaecommotlatio...
:l '. oil;to Cincinnati owr the Louisville,
and it is said to have been furnished No. 23. >0. |6.
t *, New Albany any Chicago. The by the great lord chancellor Ba Ou. To either Buy or Handle most of the S 30 arn...Lv Jacksonville Ar...6 13 pa
: Ohio was valued at :: .000. The packet His loruship was hard at work one I Fruit and Produce of this sectionof 9 33 a iu...Green Cove Spring..,5 I't f a
$lown in eleven feet of water. lnsur- 10 35 ........ '
.:h Tci about $15,000. An to raise day in his chambers, when an idle the country. a m .Palatka.-4 -> p a
Ie-will be made. attempt. student dropped in to ask for a motto Ship Chandlery Goods. 11 39 a ni.Seville....__..& j tu

t for the new sun dial which was then ;i j WE WANT 12 30 p m... DeLand Junction ...211 p c
MANY FLAGS IN BRAZILXewi being built. Twice the student hum- 12 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 U3 p c

from the Nfwr I bly made his request, but thetgrave i i You to Know, if vrc cannot Buy Your These will be tfle main features of my 3 35 p m.........Titusville! .__...11 V aa .
liepubllc-Thing* Not chancellor g'no reply or sign ofhaying !' Products, We Can Ship it for You. business, but orders sent me for any. 1 20 V w.\.r Sanford Lv._.. f a
1 as 8.1\ >ouie People Say. .
Se..rJon. / beard it. At last the ; in store in Titus- Daily No "3 c xiarstr
NEW YORK, Feb. 1.-The steamship'La as petitioner i I thing kept any Palatka Florida Southern .
i with Raiiv :'
WE WANT "illenll be filled.
for the third Bacon
began time. \ promptly
Place which left Rio Janeiro
Jan. 6, I Connection made also with 1.
looked and said
has arrived at her ducks at Martin's up angrily: You to help us to make Titusville a River steamers at TuudvHk to and fears .
Stores. First Mate Cha, said There I I "Sirrah, be gone about your busi- Indian River.
e : distributing point for the Productsof landings on
!I""A
L no 'Jag which is recognized : roughout I ness Will bay Fruits Eggs Chickens Jucksoutille and Sanford Actoluodatiou. ,.
thousand the river and sell
i the country and the ptople of each thanks my lord replied our .
the suitor. hThe"ery thing for ... i
province have a flag i f :JJe r own. In Products here. No. 15
Dfccember last forty tailors euii-lo\ cnn the dial! Nothing could be better.- Or any Country Produce my customersor : 3 35 p m-Lv Jacksonville Ar-12 40 rID'

&ilian menofwarvut ns iit.ro and Youth's Companion.Making WE WANTIn friends may bring 3 33 p ni..Green CoveSl.nog..Il T a o

+ shouted) "Viva I'Eniperorand subsequently to market.I 4 30 p m...........Palatka._._...10 4a a a
t had their throatd cut for their :; Cans by Machinery.An fact to save you money, and can do it 5 40 p m.........-Seville-.... 9 3t a n

enthusiasm. exhibition was given the ether I if you will help us. ask for share 6 33 p m_..Deland Junctioa... 8 44 s t.
of the :
a public
i There was an Ergh vessel in port I day at tke ,,,works Otsego and Dickinson I. patronage 6 49 p'in...Orange City Jut and
' there loading coffee ai.d flying a Giazil- i streets, of the operation cf a machine I WE WANT come as a supplicant, not a 7 30 p m......Ar Sanford Lv..%7 5-, a t I
die tator for favors.If .
ion Ord. asking your
empire issuwi
nag. rs were to I Daily undar.
for tin except
fruit.
pull down the flag, b:it tho coif ,, loaded and the old fui floated until skewa vegetable cau.tThe Crates, etc. goods and low figures is Florida Southern Railway.Sau .
machine i is about fifty feet long.
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to leave the candidate
for
) ready port. Things are
ford and JLakeLEAVE Eunls lau..r
The flat tin of size for the t .
not asj..erious there /s tome people say a proper can public favor' ,
they are, said }.tr. t ha.;}. is placed on an ensiles chain at one I WE WANT then I'm 81 No. 83 : o.A..UJ'TIXo. m :\. fc2

; Stabbed to rue Heart. end.where It the then tin is passes rolled into into a the machine shapeof j I To Sell you your Orange Boxes and elected.Agent 7:40 pm 9:00 a m..Saafw MilO, a 1 i" maUl

Orange Wraps and will it if p m k:30 a in_.lladla..7 *a 12: *; pa
SAJCANTOKL\, Jau. 0. Tony Wilson; I a can and the edges fastened. A II : dp you *
> l 1'3 and tobc-rt ) for Plow Co. 8:34 p m 10:22 a rn-SoTec aftft 111: |*
a?'f( { Inagem 14. series of gas jets next heat the partly will come to see us. Chattanooga ,
8:4S m.MtDora.fea li= J =-
uir cUed at varivry theatre Sunday made can, and a pot of solder distributes Chilled Plows and SugarCane p mlh46 a J
9:00 ll a
mll:10 m.Tavart-7:10a
nght and went to a r. ighboua{ s p a t
to tight 't ou:. \Vilo-i: remarked thai jUare if I I its metal along the edge. The WE WANT Mills. Daily except Sundav. No. U .''"':. '1'\rat <
.:3U then passes by a sharp tUru to a India Mail 3"
Fat
i Sanford with West
l.e had a knife he cvoutd settle the matter -
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You know that
for the
, very quickly. Mile produced a traveler, where fingers grasp it and to wo arc Ascnts s. :sr. 82 connect at Sanford with Jack*-ir-.' ,.
R.ay.
F Jack-knife aud \ViUon, daring hold it in |position KS the top and bottom Ocala Hock Lime, and will furnish and Sanford acconuDodat for p 1"2'-

him to use it. Wilson at once drove the of the can drops through a slot it low down. North. ,.,;"
blade of the knife into Miles' heart. into position. Another series of gas IndIan lllier Expww.No. I

Miles fell dead, and the'young murderer jets and solder furtber ou fix one end, WE WANT 27 S" '.* ,
fled, but afterward went homo and was: and then by an ingenious movementof HERE WE ARE AGAIN I 12 40 p. m-Lv.Jacksonville ArU2 40 p e ..

delivered up to the police. lie has been the traveler, the other end is presented You to know that we burn our own *5 30 p ni.Palatka._.....10 4) a c ,.

!t an unruly boy. to still another series of gas jets Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, 4 13 p m......DeLand June... S 44 a c ""
aid older! and! the can is ready for give bottom 4 23 p m...Orange City J8 C... 8 38 a II I
GRAY HAIR. can prices. .
you
use. It was just foric-five seconds 4 40 p m..._ nterprbe Jaoe- .-.S lSt m '<

TheTCUIm That It Is Caused by Bat Pow from the time tOt 11;.t sheet of tin was I WE WANT 4 49 p m........EnterpriseSO a E -.I

-Thh g__The Prematurely Gray. pbci in the machine until it passed J. W. ROGERS & CO. 5 06 P m... _.....Osteen......... 7 Wt*
One great question which the cut. tifty feet away, a finished can You to know that we handle Cement 6 12p m......... LaGrange-. 5 U a e j--
of the present day ask, which has been men The machine it is claimed, is the and Plaster Hair. 6 20 p m..J Titusville Lv... 5 00 1 m "
frequently, is how the only one of the kind ever built, and is Before an intelligent, appreciative' and Daily except Sunday. S.eamenkateTi'
propounded can almost automatic in all its tusville Sunday, total) ,1OiL"
entirely : dail.excep&
hair
be prevented from becoming WE WANT discriminating public, present ourselvesand
south .. 3Ielt'OaI
white. movements. It is said that with ten to Indian River as far
The
that tin inquirer case is is generally too young urged to men from 40,000 to COOCO cans can be I To impress upon your minds that we make our bow, announcing that we at 6:00) a m.. Steamers leave ft1boW'M ,-"
: yet turned in Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays at 530
out day it 200 !
have gray hair and wishes only tohave hands to turn out a that requiring by Land represent are candidates for their favors, good a m for all points south as far M Jupiter.
Hair in accordance with his age luany : Thompson & Edwards, then JUDO and&
with
and facial in the same time. One particular virtue -i wishes and-cash. connecting stage Lot "
appearance. To quote from I of Chicago, landings on Lake Worth. ;
is claimed for the cans made
on I
one letter verbatim will give a clear .
view of,the disturbing matter: this machine "not a particle t>>f The largest manufacturers of Fertilizers As blood is thicker than water, so i3 Halifax lUver Hxpreav.JCo. II
taller enters the int rior." Philadelphia 27 Xu-
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"There are a great many men in St. in the west and keep constantlyon
Ledger. cash better than credit. We propose to 12 40 p m-.Lv Jacksonville A..1
Louis who note with dismay an abun- hand the following; brands of their 2 20 p m..Ar Palatka L't'-1f 43 a e
dant amount 01 hair and even the Goods get out of the old ruts, and Sell our
: 2 50 p m_._Lv Palatka Ar.,. 9 Spa
mustache or beard becoming gray, LJrero. World of Good for Orange Trees. Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for bard 6 00 p m..........Ormend..-...._. 6 85 p nt I
when the face is yet youthful. A natural Oyster .
-6 i m..Ar Dartooa LT.... 6 00 *abDaily '
desire with nothing of vanity in The liver of the o'\"ster-if he will World of Good, for Truckers. Cash. except Sunday. I-

it, would lead most of the men to dyeor forgive' a reference to such a delicate Pure, fine Ground Bone. Tickets on sale at 'Uty Ticket O&*. .

color the hair were it not that theyare Clatter-is his: most important feature.So Blood Bone and Potash. We handle a first-cla line ofOlotliing 82 West Bay street and at'Union deb
afraid to use the dyes generally say the learned men. The liver I Jacksonville:

known, because usually they contain mass is very dark in color and can be ChicajrolBone: Meal. J. A. LACXTBD, G. DL agar ,.,

substances:. of a poisonous nature." easily seen with the naked eye. The Dissolved' Bone. Supt. GaL Paa AT ,

: \>f Why a person turning gray prema size and importance of this tissue, says W. P. LAWSHE,Ticket Agt.,Titus'rWc i'
rarely should desire to change the Professor Rice, is what makes the WE WANT D. JACK, General Maaagtr. _
hair seems an enigma. Silver hair oyster so grateful to delicate stomachs.
You to know we keep on hand Both Ready-made and to Order. OEO. E. CHASE. .... a CBATfELLGEO.
r with a young and fresh face is onlyan A diet of raws will cure dyspepsia, he

added beauty especially: if the eyes says and he lays it to the liver. Si.milia Sulphate of Potash, E. CHASE & CO.,

are dark. Novelists have chosen their similibus curautur. Speaking Land Plaster, OurGents1 '"'

favorite heroines and heroes with the of livers, it is a curious fact that, although -I Canada'H.: W. Ashes, SHIP CHANDLERY
gray hair as the most intended by nature to lead a i
pronoun and distinguished in appearance sedentary'life, the oyster thrives upon Tobacco Stems and Furnishing DepartmentIs HARDiAt iI iI I
Vashti" in her first youth exercise. If becomes attached Cotton Seed I eal. I

with silver hair was supposed to the hull of a vessel or the shell of Complete. Nobby Hats from
l oil hearts and to become very local some movable animal, like a lobster, WE WANT Patent Iv :Wire! Ewe BfoftFISHBQ
and practical some of the very best for instance, he will be a bigger and You to Give Us a Trial on something. first-class hands and Shoes to suit the ,

looking men in St. Louis, as well as healthier oyster in consequence. But most fastidious. Trunks, .Valises and QB/iB/ SPBDCE UK 2S.
women have their faces crowned by he can do a great deal of :tsettin' still" WE WANT .. Faints. Tt
Hand Agent for Devoe & CVs
Satchels, too low to
silver hair. and not suffer from quote.
enlargementof To"merit fair and Life Preservers Tent & A,1I1Uf4"J
by
the your patronage -,
There are three things which cause liver.St. Louis GlOOODcmcral' -
honest dealings and business. For fine Cigars and Tobaccos Patent Anchors.
4. gray hair; they are brains neuralgia we mean we cannot

.jw.oldage-ohl and a fourth too; TRY US.Respectfully. be excelled in the county. BOAT GEAR OF ALL ffi.TD& I

",'fearer distress. One of the brightest Sporting 0yMkfc'O'Connor Correspondence Solicited. Te4P4" I
sweetest faces in this city is that of a the oarsman. nj this be is -: :- -We earnestly: ask an inspection of our
gifted woman whose wealth of hair willing to piw Eudaa aay dtatene from tW 6.Nos. .1.1I
turned white in one single night She Tardy to 100 mild, sort wGl tot; Urn 110,000 Goods before buying elsewhere. 88 $ 90, E. Bay L. I

was to have been married; the guestsarrived to'SQOO.c My amoua a' two to ono that CKSOXTlLLEJrL .
i J. WATSON &
CO.
the beautiful girl in her bridal hs can btti him._ '_ ... 8. J. '\ Bogers & Co. 334yx.

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THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY
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BLOODSUCKERS. The Pulpit and the Stage. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ij

...1 Doctrine of the Kansas City Rev. F. J[. Shrotit, Pastor United THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, ........ 3j &-"I /&. ,
*** tranjfe> Brethern Church, Blue Mound Kan., Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fe- < ;< '" O

Cin Samaritan Mo., Jan. 80.-About a says: "I feel it my duty to tell what ver Sores Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil $I ;4..!; v rf> i'i' I

)tea Si1w Wilcox founded a sect wonders Dr. Kite's New Discovery has blains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, % < iii

yes.r ago the done for me. My lungs were badly diseased and positively cures Piles or no pay re- K ? Co .
wb1ch he named Samaritans. and my parishoncrs thought I could quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect ... "F..ft, ,:v : S

Tlmr his teachings was the drinking of only live a few weeks. I took five bot- satisfaction, or money refunded. Price v.& ... P'J ,<:.3% .:> '.... iiii

far all 'edses. He said that the tles of Dr. King's New Discovery and 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & <.v" v r ::" doe:

\ blood was life. Almost am sound and well, gaining 26 pounds Grey.. 1019. ,V \,:\ \;,,'> ';8--

Uyrinlagee were made by those in weight." {(.

o were ailing to the packing-houses Arthur Love, Manager Loves' Funny @ ?; o'l1vy ..
I It iA1 there they drank the blood of the I Folk| Combination, writes: "After a THE INTERNATIONAL TYPERITER. (\\ c- ;:c4O .. .9" .
beeves.VSrioox trial and 'V /' ). Or c .
fly kuled thorough convincing evidence, I -... l
: was not satisfied however.I I am confident Dr. King's New Discov-I 1" ..... .'.\.:,r V. ..JI::> q,

*>, the Wood of animals,and advanced ery for consumption beats 'em all, and I .. ... .;'>,...'> ""o'-b'> ;j' e. \
doctrine that it was well to show be- cures when everything else fails. The "v"I(,, :> f y a et
the -+-o1 '
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1iel in the doctrine by giving up human greatest kindness I can do my many ,,,$ )' i 4

boGl This doctrine was gradually esShed thousand friends is to urge them to buy %; ..o$'. -t".. co,,.--J .. \) fi

Wilcox himself being the firsti it. Free trial'bottles at Dixon &; Gray's : ".".".;:.".... ".". "" <& ... 9"l. .
p-oM by the horrible practice. Het1y Drug Store. Regular sizes 50c and 8100: t....... ..." C: ...
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became 'Vel'f.iick and was -'':,!, .:... .."' L., .;r ".'. ... 1 ".
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( W. !
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to make the pilgrimage to the + \ 4l.v/
Persons who lead a life of are { ..
exposure v i -
He called the ,, '\.. .." L.y.
pa T bouse. upon subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lumbago 4JQ: : <:" ,, ',"" / ; .
his life. A .t-f: / .
J.aithfU! to awe woman was and will find valuable in '
a remedy A4.7 V "' '..'t'f'
allow the to suck
preacher
sers Waded to Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil} Lini-

l U0o<(1 from her arm. ment; it will banish pain and subdue infla-
The eJect was marvelous, for Wilcox mation. .
recovered from his illness the same day. -

The result has been that from that day When you are constipated, with lots of A ttratlv first-class machine, fully warranted and D D

CIS habit has been steaaily increased appetite. headache, take Dr.J.H.McLean's made from very beat materials. by.kilied workman

ad is now B regular practice among the Little Liar and Kidney Fillets, they are and with best tools ever devised for the purpose
John Winkle of \Vil- \Varrrnted to do all that can be reasonable expected
Saarltane. one pleasant To take and will cure you. 25 cents of the best
very typewriter xtant Capable of writing -
(01'8 adherents, has two children-Min-: a vial.TakeDeWitt's. 150 words per minute or more,according to toe
U18. 18, and John, 11. These children ability of the operator PUCE, $'00.Addres d

live been used for blood sucking pur- Little Early Risers. -, PARISH M'FO. CO., F+ K .7 .3
father who is in the lastJta Agents wanted P\RIbH, S Y. -
by their ,
wggs DeWitt's Little Early Risers get there.
.,"'et of consumption. The arms of the FROM: NEW YORK CITY. Fbysteians endorse P.P.i'-u m iplenOU comMntaon,
gated children are covered withie7i Faults of digestion cause disorders of the Mr \ H. Hawkes-Pear Sir You PATENTEE and all fornn prescribe and.it Mg wiUi s of gr P'rman'* *.,* co niary n for the and cares of '
where their veins has been tapped. liver, and the whole system becomes deranged GLASSES received sometime since, and am
authorities arc anxious to put a very much giatiStd at the wonderful change that
The Dr. J. II. McLean;s Strengthening ry'
has since 1 have discarded
* come over n'yeyesight
dip to the practice, but there b no lawiguaet Cordial and Blood Purifier perfects the process my old glasses, and am now wearing yonrsALSXAPFB .

it, except where the children are of digestion and assimilation, and thus AG.aR.Secretary .
I Bade use of to supply the blood. The makes Blood.If Stationers' Board of Trade.
of Samaritans b composed of pure All fitted ai the Drug Store of
bead : 25 I'T' ON & GRAY TITUSVILLE TWO
about twenty members. When a member you suffer pricking pains on movingthe I ,__ : I
cry jphUi,Sjpniu.io ttc ooiiUaia,bcrofiuoM
becomes very sick the well ones take eyes, or cannot bear bright light, and I And Sores,Glandular Swe:np, Rbemnstlam,Y
turnS In supplying him with life-giving find your sight weak and failing,you should i rid Cimnle t'Irey that h<-, relttt l nil i it

fluid. They claim! that they have a right promptly use Dr. J. McLean's Strength- i T.rt't

to do this when the blood is voluntary ening Eye Salve. 2o cents a box. I .

contribution, th& same as physicians II I

ooe have person the right to another.to transfuse blood from .I Early Ask Risers Dixon are.& Gray what DeWitt's Little 4kt II I II Ii I I a i Q


8TETHO-TELEPHONE. Why will yon cough:: when Shilc h'.,Cure will gev I i i Caurrb,akin Diseuea. Eczema, throcfc Mm l .
immediate relief Price 10 cts 60 ct* lOud 11 bold: fi plaints, HorcorlAl Poison Tenor&CAldbe. .
P.P.P.U s t ow.efal toile and an ezee'tont
1 Wonderful Instrument for Talking by Dickson A. Grey,Tttusville, Fla.Shlloh's I HOW? : '

Over Long Distances. "
Cure will immediately relieve Croup, Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Patent j :If
CHICAGO, Jan. 80.- James Lowth, of business conducted for "Can the world know a man has a good .a-
Whooping Cough and Bronchitis Sold by Divkaou Mos CRATE Fees. ... "
this city has patented the "stetho-tele- &: Grey, Titusulk, Fla. OUq Office is OPPOSITE U S. PATENT Orrice I thing:"unless he advertises the possessionof I "'
and we can secure patent In less Uae luaa those I it. -V ANDERJlILT. S rI
an invention which he believes
phone remote from WAehicgt 'tE .
Clean breath with DeWitt's Lit-
will far surpass the present telephone your Send model drawing car photo., with description I I
without tle Early users, Dixon &; Gr:1)". We. advise if paf enable or not free of
lystem any infringements upon charge. Our fee not doe till patent is secured.A ser,bniUtsg up the system rtrkdly. ,"
fcpatent{ Are, TOU made miserable* by indigestion, Constipation PAMPHLET. "Hovr to Obtain Patents," with E h I In sites an tiapnre whose systems enndfunn are due poisoned to menstrual u4 wbeee lrre blood!artLIPPff1APf -
The new invention has been thoroagh1y i'rniifss Loss cfApieliteellot Skin? names of actual clients in your State,county,or .
tested in several conversations bhiloh's:; Vitalize b a positive Cure. Sold b) Dick town, sent free. Address

between Chicago and Milwaukee: over a son & OrTitusTUlt'. ria. C.A.SWOW&C3 I
i I WRITE US
wire with six other
common telegraph ,
For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint yon have a
wires on the same posts, which were being printed puarautee on every battle of Sbilt)h's ViUlizer. OPP. PATENT OFFICE, WASHINGTON. D. C.'FU'.' 1 wherever live and
operated by means of very heavy I It never fails to cure. Sold by Unison A: r .......- 4_ M >4 you ,
bfitteries. The absence of a diaphragm' are)', TitaSMlle, Fia. ",/.(' \;i !.' -a art# we will ship you a
5,000AT \I 't I '"
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in lines. _Mw. .. '0' Il fine instrument I ties arc p cailitrlj benefited by the woderfal tonic and
for its
fc one reason success long His girl didn't po back on him becausehe O'trCiteapt.: r:: :' _.: .:...\:.. t i on 15 Hood cleansing pr pertla of P.P P.,FrtcUj Lab,Poke
operator places the receiver to his used DeWitt's Little Early Ri:'en>. :", ' ear and the transmitting button againstthe ::4' : plt'te. H I.. H,', ;
... !,:l. ... t your own home. .
side of the throat. --.v "p cdii ; 'w.r: f. e
.qqYY
The instrument has all of the capabilities Epoch.The Irw:' % and ';. .:, ..,. :_ ..._.t ., k e Itt

of the ordinary stethoscope, with transition from long lingering .',. ;, ,1." ) IIISTOln! ... 4a
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the addition that it is able to transmit all and painful sickness to robust health .-''S.. H r otOOj: a-\... ;J .. ,
voice sounds to a distance. Holding the marks an epoch in the life of the individual. aw( '-i.4'! S-.iai .

instrument with Its transmitting button Such a remarkable event is treasured 1" -FK 1'-' P. l E:\ ..

pressed against its throat the actual in the memory and the agency _....:\. :; ADVEXTUSCSAFRICA HO CASH REQUIRED BROS., Proprietors. .
DRUOOI8T8.Uppmat
WHOLESALE
movements taking place in and about the whereby the good health has been at- .a ;. Block. SAVANNAH.. GAI .

larynx are conveyed by the button to the tahjtl is gratefully blessed. Hence it is Until you have tested and approved Our freight

electrical fearts of the instrument and that so much is heard in praise of Electric -: FKEF JUST OUT Supplier Ahead on Credit\ selling. PKOFIT Imi"ei a$3 t'i}to, Ji Outfits; Per both ways if instrument fails to please in either I 7I
them the line to the style pric n quality. Ours the risk, only
through sent over Bitters; so many feel they owe their Day EIU IKHV JMMFNSF chance to U; /IN :Mo>tY yours
to give:fair; and fall testand if I
buy fully pleased.
receiver, inwhich the most perfectly restoration to health to the use of the For First Chance, address at once. .;.: t? &*
formed woUds.are reproduced. A Great Alterative and Tonic. It you are E. R. CURTIS & CO., Pubs., Cincinnati. 40,000 Southern Homes THEe
company has been formed and the manufacture troubled with any disease of Kidneys, I
BE. T Zg&I
of the stetho-telephone already Liver or Stomach. long or short stand- i.apphejb)' U'l since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL
begun.Dft PLAN, firs introduced in the South by us. Faire are by
ing, :you will surely find relief by the e! mtthod of sale possible, and a great benefit to I FERRY&
: THE COLOR LINE use of Electric Bitters. Sold at ;30c. and hair. those at a distance who cannot visit our ware-rooms I D. MWho. CO.i .
1 81 per bottle, at Dixon & Gray's Drug 11PARKER'S i are the Largest
I
; wn in the. Georgia Grand Army-A Store. 21 ( Gray' ALL RISK SAVED Seedsmen D. M.FEKHY&CO'SBeautifully in the world.! t

Han cruet for White. Only. falling I Illustrated. Descriptive
AvacsTA:test. Jan. 23.The of sometimes takes : / n\ this trial plan and purchasers absolutely a*. and Priced
departmental A sort lethargy possession .------ -- aural perfect instruments at the very lowestpo i 51: r: \
'I > encampment of the Grand Army of the Kidneys and bladder; the CNMCHECTCR'S ENGLISHrL'i.1H.GY&L <.ible cjst belling only the best instruments D hNNu1'fon8'O \ ,
of the Republic was held in Augusta should be promptly stimulated to healthy I. j' ., made that will stand the most severe and : will be rui'e FREI to ;.:? "
McLean's a L.IS.Jr LO;ij.'re;-u4i\e tests,we do not fear to send them out i applicants,and to last HlSOD"customer
J. H. )
Friday The Charleston Savannah :Matte action by the use of Dr. :v trial ind ttt them stand
: lied Cross Diamond ranJ. in solely on their merits *. It U better than ever Lv-
Atlanta and Tollapoosa posts were i Liver and Kidney Balm. ,p,I Tile only relIabte fJ'J for,.1.. Fafe sad Ail we ask is the privilege of shipping on ap- I Cry person usme Garden, Flow.r
i of. .nr'. ladles ark J>rag"H rnr the 1)a- proval. No suit, no pay.: Our freights if we fall. or Field SEKDS presented. Colored delegates from The quality the blood depends much wand lirumJ,in red meuuiiv bdxu.wiled. D. M. FERRY & CO.
Beaufort and Savannah claimed admis- upon good or bad digestion; to make the wudbluenbtwa.( ) for i rtlcalar Titkeno. sad other.Miellef cn &a to the from the colored Par"" ,
encampment blood rich in life ami strtnsth-giving constituents Joie 'a. ( -
lasts which they represented. The com- Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening us bj correspondence No( matter whetheryou I
u!'-e
live e:'her ton or \ thousand miles from
mittee credentials usv
on submitted majority Cordial and Blood Purifier, it will MADE WITH BOILING W.V1'ER.Epp.s7s We ship'to all Southern States. Our system is rTTr4
and minority reports, the former against nourish the properties of the blood from pe'ict, Prices in plain print and alike to all.
tad the latter m favor of seating the which the elements of vitality are drawn. One price only No more, no less. Large
oiored delegates. The majority report : Discounts from makers prices. All compe-
t:lion mt Complete outfits free. AU freight
itcommended the formation of a separate HE WARD ....,,i. Easy irstallirents Fvery inducement t i
encampment for colored posts. The Is certain if reasonable effort is made to GRATEFULCOMFORTING.coco&. any Uu: dealing house can offer. ii EeoiogMenITE
minority adopted by a voted
report was the of DeWitt's Cough i
use
18to 4, whereupon L D. Crawford, cure a cough by is t Writo for Valuable Information.
this remedy cor-
and Consumption cure ,
mmmaader H. Burns, adjutant, and action and Catalogues, Circulars, SpecialFall
rect and certain in its costs no
Jones spa Heidingfeter, representing E. 8 than unreliable preparations, insist MADE WITH BOILING WATER.NIFdDBIBORNS. Offers-1889. Copy of new .. -:trIon ron TRt5T r
more
withdrew
post No 5 of Macon,
4en1 the encampment, under instruct upon having it. For sale by Dixon & Gray Paper Sharps and Flats "- i

of their poata. Augusta post will The only sire Care for Oorna. Stop nil pain. EJuInr'Neomtor' ALL FREE. Address .. :
p e a banquet to the encampment Frig Advice to Mother to ther e"15c.: at I>rugpi8ta. Htscox.tCo.N.Y.Gov Q- ,. '

Ile da1 ht1 to which, the colored delegates be Urs.uaed the Wmu.ows when little suffererat children sooiU are once>GbTBCPshOTiHal'rays cutting; itprOducesnaturaI.quiet te tb.. It relieves -, yoaConeh CONSUR1PTIVEITare Bronchitis Asthma. luditcstion!tde. I Ij11 UEt] & BATES ; :.;:,, :

and the little cherub awakes bright I '
sleep GINGER TONIC. Ithaacnredho .; J ; i
Crime and CMoltie. as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It { 5M4 OHami b UteBeot remedy fur all lib arising I *" 'Si 1'
<(
Whn. soothes the ehiU,softens tbegnmeallayeallpnin, trc AtecUTO.. autritloa. .Take.in tune. &.HX and fi.oa SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE -
Italian ,
Ang6Qo Mue an girl :
\ reeulatea the bowels,audis the bestknownremedyfor !
Id 1?. was picking coal &i the Newark, N. diarrhoea, whether aruing from teething or _
. A'AdumIt- three boys stole up bpblnd bet other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle. I SAVANNAH, CA. I :

$.Ire to ber clothing She ...* horri"vburned -- ..- I .. .

and wfll probably die The farmer's friend has for many -.t'91'S .,..... $$- ...
MY SON ...... .
..rople are Btanrlng la a score of trottattesweary been Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment II :- \ .1

... 4 &.rth DakoU. for horses, cattle, kogs sndsheep. It How Lost How Regained, .;a
Deal
with the :0.
who
men advertise
: You
' its worth in of ca e*. ,
JlJaokson former paying taller has proved thousands "
l. will never lose by it. -BEX. FRANKLIN.X3 Yours arsiotts ro!"case ,
\ Gf\beIUb-treaeury at Nevi York wo care I fiwiien the\ stomach lucks vigor and rH Nef ED. 14 IicnLt tAsk
aoed regularity I Wnte L. & B. S. M H. about!it. aHOW'S
to U imprisoned sic feara and to pay : there will be flatulency, heartburn your dealer for EJ. L. Hnntley*(,Q.',
'CM of gabexriamSt =OF llff t
110,000 foe
Ufit d men eaptnred the'cl rk axulrekbed ndusea, sickness, headache, nervousness. I '
Use Dr. J. H. McLeans Strengthening Cordial H NEST.ClOTHIN
oo
fiafUW eea'.A1bainl letters and betide smountti to and Blood Purifier to give tone and '

C4ooq1'mttbur. regularity to the stomach.:; w \ It mr ervvls are not to the bands cf .etn
KNOtflHYSEUi\ '
r.TOREKLEl'EK In your section, TOO nn PWWUCEt
blast at Bunbury, Pa, kflled 11IUJ from the lIES KNOWN and t.
-n&Q and stoundcd Sfbeen JIO"lCE. THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA target dAtt-Oi.DExlVhoiesttleCLonnwoUotrsa f
"Keepyour heak cool, your feet warm, Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise lu the world at prices that mill MAKE YOUK..
Labor 2""'"' your liver active:and trust in Goo,"was the on the Errors ofYoathPrematureDecline,Nerrooj eves snap and KEEP YOligueaslnghcw irecaatffora

J Zbe United Mine worker, fn aonloa at Co- advice of a celebrated physician to a patient, and Physical Debility, Imparities of the Blood. keep our TO good DO IT.cri If to your us and DEALER we WILL doe torDl not- '

\ 0., adopted a sold of prioaa for you can regulate the action of your liver, h yen a Snit or Overcoat express cr mAS w
kidneys and bowels bv using DeWitt's Sar- YOUR FENCE ? paid, en receipt cf price. We Trill win and boW IIf

Jot Union.; BridjB ootnpaoy, roe of tkJK saparilla an absolutely reliable blood pur- veurl.titrt'lIMeit: loa try u&.Ith an crd.tr I We .
have th business
built ciecB9 by oar
!
eoncern! of the kind in tM world, II ifying remedy, for sale by Dixon & Gray.In ei1! We have the CHEAPEST and BellWOVEN 1'AINSIAJ.I tip metuoua.and by dolLg by&Uv
'4' te abandon tts shop fa Buffalo tad 1 S WIRE FENCING era as Tf would bo don'!' loy. !
tssoaitrate infirmities beset = Wire RopoSoIvago. ED. L. HCNTLKT Si Co., Style Orli !aton.
ltrn plant *>t theM, h. The the decline of life us Resulting from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or =

at Atbene will be iacfessed to apVry to which our youth, and maturity were Orertax&tion, Enervating and unfitting the victim In ordering Salts or Overcoats observe
-.t Q subject for Work Business,the Iactied or Social Relation. .
)lata.1Idft strangers, our kidneys and liver are strictly following rules for tneacnor
Avoid unskillful
.Rost mm tuna are on a & aike a/ DbA1a. to derangement, but nothing equals Dr. work. It contains pretenders.: royal Possess STO. this Beautiful great dent: Breast measure, over vest elote up nnd -

J. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balmas binding, embossed mes. Price only S1.00 by. 0p i leg r arms.measure Waist from measure crotch to error heel.pints. Inside
of these mail,postpaid, plain wrapper. Illustrative .
The Death]a. a regulator organs. Prospectus Free,U you apply now. The : National Bark of cua -

.J td' o. W,1 Easley, state senator from ;- TT :I1EAT SCOTT distinguished the GOLD author AND!Wm. H. Parker )(. D., received References-First: ; Continental National
JEWELLED MEDAL
-""J'Wtbh... ttl4 \ diitrtct, Bled at Ktebmend Va, of Why don't you cure that cough eWitt's from the iSaHoaal Medical. Aaeoelatloa for Bank of Chicago capital 2,000,001,
and Consumption Cure will do it. this PRIZE ESSAY on NEKVOU8 and PttanufaCi.
11 4. Porepaujh, the veteran Wrens Cough certain PHYSICAL DEBIUTYJDr Parkerandacorps ED. L HUt TLEY & Co., ..
This remedy is positively prompt of Assistant Physicians may be consulted eonfl- in
died at TVfdn Iay. urers and Wholesale Dealers Clothing
FblUdslphl and thoroughly satisfactory, if you have in person, at the oflce of 60 DCBD HIGH AT GO CD'1'S I'D JtQD.

fi"""IIQ a fortune estimated at t11e1'eij tried it you know this statement to be a fact, THE PEABODYce INSTITUTE, toes Lora andwldtha.Gates Garden Ponltry to matc and'Stock-'Pkoe.IOY.SOkt.Y Fencing aPl.*I for Men, Boys and Children, 122 and 124 t
No.4 Bolflnek
OOQ, 8t.BostonDlaae.towhoraallorders *. FretRht Paid Send for circulars. P. 0. Box 667.
not are doing yourself an t.'arketSLChlca3o ilL
8ta the daeperado died Ia the if Tf'o.1iave you for books or letters for advice siwuld be stxrun wove wtaacirca ro., tur ACO, arr.lb. ,
r Iwtd6tus; injustice. It is sold by Dixon JH}t For!Smith. Ark .
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; <,' THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1890. A" '

}: .
r "* The Problem of Prices. perplexity, the loss, the discouragement Naphtha Launch "Livinier"Can THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR

lo all investigations the broader the barsis of thousands every shipping season is.a

and the more numerous tbe facts the serious question. It deserves the best be Hired for Short Runs or Cruis-

i --rounder will be the conclusion reached. thought of every man who cares for his ing. For terms and particulars addressW. MR. WAGER-Please say to the people of Indian Paver that I

Hence,in a study the orange question, fellow-citizens. Let every man who bearsin P. Underwood, Cocoa, Fla. have just got back from New York and have not got the goods
-we cannot proceed as though it were the his bosom State pride and patriotism opened

-only business of the country or could speak out, in just criticism or in friendly PIANO for SALE yet. That I bought nearly $3OOO, worth of goods for SPOT CASH-

stand alone. All lines of business are intimately suggestion. Selfishness may say, I am .1
That that amount of cash represents nearly $5,000 bought
ALSO on the
related. All have common features -' getting along,very well; don't bother me old ,

i r '; all tend toward one object-the with the losses of other people. Well, A SEINE, 50 YARDS LONG. regular LONG time-That we have some bargains that we will list next

All meet finally the inexora1 that is a very small heart that finds pleasure APPLY A I
lomer.
+ .d, -c
r .
1 r .bl$ demand for low price : only in itself. This article is writtenfor Dr. C. A. Hentz, City Point, Fla. week.-That we have bought out the entire stock of Mrs. Scrim"eours

"in reviewing the past we discover that those who think and feel, and who Hotel. Millinery,. Etc., and propose to close it out at original cost. To cone

4be'day of ventures has passed away, and rejoice in the prosperity of their fellows. The New Rock Ledge
in and see for themselves and to send for samples.J. .
'that business is now done upon certain New House New Furniture. Cui'me. best
For further
Lake Worth. Sanitary conditions perfect.
: principles. This is the "tlay of intelligence information address P. TURNER.
1 Weather
too dry.
," with it statistic, its telegraphs, G. M. BRADLEY, Proprietor I

etc. London, Paris. Bombay, Pekin, Considerable garden truck going north.C. ROCK LEDGE, FLA. J. P. Turner & Co. i
S. Cragin and party arrived at Hotel i
Rio, Lima, Sidney and San Francisco are
Lake Worth on the 24th. YOUNG ORANGE GROVE "I
!but a few hours removed from New York. ,
GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. II. R"U.l
IDie business of the country has kept Born, Friday January 24th, to Geo. S. Well located on Indian River; payingnet ; : ;. .

dace with mechanical improvements and Rowley and wife, a daughter.At 10 per cent. now. Price, 3000. Atty.-at-Law.:

with the multiplication of populous lat accounts Will McCormick was Bargain. Answer quick. ,
ADDRESS. BOX 216,TITUSILLE.SC110012ei' REAL ESTATE DEALERS
.centers. These great centers of living ahead on pompano, lIe having caught a ,
ALL KINDS OF lUOIEUTnOl'GIIT, SOLD A EAtIIl\OED.
.masses could not e MANATEE, Members of Abstract of Title Co.
Brevard
It is in ,
3' for their wants an uncertainty. inlet one day last week.
J. ZELLEHS. jlastcr. I'. O. Box, 250,
the nature of thing* that business has An oyster supper will be given in the

tended towards concentration The mam- west side school house the night of the This all points 2S-ton up Yacht and down can the be charteredfor river, on TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FI.Ol ID."e \.

smoth business enterprises of the' country" 30th the proceeds to go towards purchasing the coast, or to the Bahamas. Buy and Sell all kind of Real Estate and are sole \gt"Dl6l r a lar- v" ;;,., :
have practically eliminated "chance, an organ for the school. Commodious, safe and good accommo- carefullv-selecteJIProertles in all parts of BrevarJ ounty.
and have alone the ability to practice dations. Further particulars address RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value lr UT rr.,
Services at the Church and '
Episcopal
those economies that are needed to meet TITUSVILLE, FI..\. pert ou Indian River.
east side school house on the morning of Our facilities for the transaction of a general Redl Estate lHi iRft are nneiil LrJ i i,
,the popular demand for low price and effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intrmling Punha..4tJ".h.:
? the 2Gth, and at the east side school house every }
: The orange industry is subject to the ST. LUCIE HOUSE may favor us with their patronage.
again in the evening Rev. S. F. Gale, of ,
jrieral law of busines.-, and must finally No Properties listed unless the Title L> Perfect.
Jacksonville, officiating. Sunday School, Opposite Indian River Inlet, Special attemion given to Colonies and Syndicate desiring large bodies \ I f l-T.
% into line. It was a wise foresight that
>me as usual, in the west side school hou>e. priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
,JJJR some growers to attempt to regulate ST. LLCIE'LOUIDA.. -,
The Bessie B. arrived in from. Jacksonville
'I :business the of marketing the orange- GEORGE M. BOBBINS, President. WALTER S OBAIIAM. S crrtayr"

san attempt that designed to substitute intelligence on the 23th with a full cargo and Unrivalled Hunting, Fishing :Bre-varcl. trzict of Ti't1o qo.,
will leave again in a few days on her return -
f venture. They organized Etc.
Boating Incorporated A. D. 1889.
,
It is that she will
trip. probable
Florida Ex-
is known as the Fruit
What: be of truckas First-Class Accommodations. Opened CAPITAL STOCK, $5,000 ; FULLY PAID ; \O\-ASSESS1BLB
given quite a quantity garden
.,,/ h'nge.. It is composed of growers and from January 1st to May 31st.
the railroad aud steamboat service and Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for eacb 114-
c\SjiMf_4.r s < pendent upon their support for its JAMES PAINE, Proprietor. dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the *me, viz.. '
but .
/efficiency. For various reasons-some charges are anything satisfactory.The for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.

k Shouorable if not wise-the growers haveS Mary B. will also start up in a few Taxes Pall for Xoii-Resltlciitj

days after a load. C Sl I/Engle &CQ
>een slow to avail themselves of the advantages tar For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry lid
"- offered by the Exchange. The Visitors are coming in on every boat ; annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loeebctu

f' deals in oranges, so far as heard from, some staying, some going right back, but JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Sale.: ti

'. oppose the Florida Fruit Exchange. all enjoying while here the beauties of Box 25O Titusville, Fla.Stiver .

<.'They gravely say to the growers, through our lake'and climate. Can't keep trackof Crockery, Glassware,

r ;the New' York Trade Journal, "we can half of them and don't try, but must H OllSe-Fll1'll ish i71g, In.di: D. Hotel,

;make. more money buying from the Exchange mention Mrs.Dr. Hood of Wichita,Kan., Lamps Oil, $ Vapor Stoves

but if you consign to us we will who, when a resident of this place, was Hotel is new: Fnr fare

take less and give you more." Those known as Miss M. Minnie Brelsford, whois Gate City Stone Filters.We is new. Capacitj. I 1J9Guests.

.
V. who could see through this here to spend the winter with her
growers proposition solicit the or =
patronage
= =-=- Table supplied with Oysters
have accepted it. Although the mother and brothers and friends.A our neighbours of the x:_ '''=. Fish. Dock T tit

.Exchange has not received a very strong constitution was adopted and some EAST COAST. ;; = ,_ =: .. son, Oranges, HfieFf4ei
it has L-_ =.. = _- Bananas,etc.SaltandSalphar.
:support met a very strong opposition other work done on the 26th preliminary -
Btttt
and it has conquered. If the Exchange
to forming a Christian Union here, r
Free Guests.
to
EDGAR HOUSE q
were not in line with the business the object of which is understood to be Sail, Row and Stft*

k movement of the country; if it were con- the providing of religious services all the Close to Indian River Inlet. '- ; boats coon,etad wail life .

,troled by false principle with its minority year round, keeping up a Sunday School, FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish Hotel m
followers it had since off Best of Ilufttia ft&*
long passed holding sacred and other concerts and

f the scene. In'i its organized capacity it exercises and forwarding in every way, Oysters and Game 'by the and Fishing GfaSjoo, Uunt a -"

'can practice those economies that consti not only*the religious, but also the moral Millions. Boats, Wagons and Bug- RatesrS? to .'

tute the profits. Through its instrunfentality and social aspects of this community.A gies to take Tourists hunting or ,, t Special nIts per 11'_

freights have been reduced, commissions freak of nature here is a black Spanish fishing. Good Road from here to : or month.

lessened and drayage and wharf- i rooster, belonging to Mrs. Geo. A. the Gulf Coast.I .
',,:aage are almost nothing. Overcharges, Gale, that for several seasons lived TITUS 'ILLE, FLORI3 A. 'j
have Lots and Houses" sell in
losses in transit, etc., are unknown to its moved and had his being as a fine black Situated on the Banks of the far-famed Indian River "

It has offered boxes Spanish and feathered numerous prog- Edgar Town. Call or Address : The Chief Office of L". S. Signal Service Is lu the Indian Hirer Hotel
patrons. paper, etc,
of the breed. A sI ort time v
eny same ago .
to growers at great reductions, and has however, he began losing his feathers and A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor. F. B. SACKETT Proprietor.

given six months' time in. These the that in IIII!
: to pay new ones came were pure 1- -c
items, on a four hundred box crop will white. This kept up until now the rooster INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. CALL AND CONSULTDEALER
is as white as he was heretofore black.
pale grower one hundred dollars more 1\L[. 'OZdSmih
As to whether his progeny now are still '
than the same crop, at the same price, black or albinos has not yet been noticed.Go TJtus'Jlle, Florida.

sold by private sale. And sales by the to J. ,r. Rogers & Co., at Titus- Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. IN MACHINERY OF ALL SORTS

Exchange compare well with any others. ville, and see their ne"line of trunks Authorized Capital, $100,000, STEAM PUSIPS: for conveying water for Irrigating Orange Gnnres tad Trick
and valises. Just received 100 fine
t fhe Exchange and Union publish daily over Farms a specialty, and full satisfaction guaranteed low
Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A at a very price.
suits custom-made from the well-
?,bulletins! of the market that invalua- clothing .
are known Chicago house (E. L. Huntley GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- RAILINGS for GRAVEYARDS and CEMETERY LOTS; also fer Heese s'*
Jbldlfojthe grower, and are heeded even & Co. SACTED. Garden Fronts.

fljy.the opposition. The fact that growers The people of this section feel very JAMES PRITCHARD, President Estimates for Building )Material such as Iron Store Fronts Glass tad &**
:are learning to consult these andto ? the Indian River Steam will be furnished
to
reports grateful( ) W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, ware upon application, and lowest prices are warranted.
hold back as advised will increase the boat Company for furnishing such ele- WM. M. BROWN, Cashier. Office at the Store of
confidence of the trade-a gant conveniences to through and local
very import- pa-singers: that already over 200 people Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar- GOLDSMITH BROS., Washington Arenuc, TUTSYILLE.
.jant consideration. The Exchange is, in who would ha'e'i ited this section have nett, J. H. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and -

'.reality, an insurance company for fruit been kept away and more are being keptaW3) W. M. Brown. E. L. BR..A..DYGroceries -

, favor consistent with Cousemtiye
governor" in the matter of supply. been delayed, much to the losS of thoseto Every Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer .
4 whom it was consigned, and more of
Banking crteii cd ,
A of ; ,
point
< worthy consideration is this: it is said to be lying around somewhereup ,
'" 'Any organization for the betterment of the river, but as the inlet is now open Correspondents: Seaboard Nat'l Bank,of I call the attention of the People of Indian River to IDS Stock or 4'taple al1

the orange industry of Florida must have our own boats will help us out on the New York; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville. Fancy .

headquarters in Florida, and no individualjtffort freight business, and if there is no other Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf
way to fix things Jt is probable one or ,
JACKSONVILLE MARBLE GO
can"supply the want of an organ more through boats will be put on between all kinds. Also my Stock of
ization. It will be impossible at this Titusville and While
Jupiter.
atime to mention desirable improvements everyone wished the railroad and steam Dealer in Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Food II DtlL
boat"companies well and were willing to )Ionumenu.g ,
zits transportation, warehouses, etc., that, I am the only House Indian 1& ro.f
., patronize them in spite of high rates Headstone, on River dealing exclusively in the above
through united effort, we could obtain. they do object to being imposed on-and MJ2 Goods. I buy closet and will sell close." I invite your corresponde ad
They are important factors in the busi- that is just what has been done. The railroad Iron Fencing, your patronage. 1 ery truly,

"1If] { ancjjnust eventually be secured. and Indian River Steamboat Com- 25 O a S? Lawn Furniture E. L. BRADY.GOLDSlVIITH .
.t
-
: } pany had better not "crowd the mourn- 1 4
1 am not actuated by the spirit quod i >5 :Marble

solo, id julio. These observations are of- ers. = s< Granite Slate, BROS.

t* fered for tbe consideration of fellow- neuralgic Persons 3 Q
'... Aryl those troubled with nervousness resulting Q : Onyx. We are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors, awl knit
rgrowers. The problem, "How shall we roan care or overwork will be relieved bJtak1DgBrown's c. *" Stone, enjoyed. good .patronage from,the beginning, we solicit the pod wiB e&'**
Iron Bitters.
1 market is before us. The past may be Genuine C Bnjiainj friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always keep a full Steek.f
baa trade mark aDd crossed red lines on wrapper.Stanley's .: Wire Fencing,
satisfactory to.a few, but to the masses it 3 Goods
New Book. Slate Mantels, Dry Clothing Hats Notions Etc.
mnat The first ,thing that arrested my ,
attention when I settled on Indian River 5,000 good, active agents wanted at Iron Mantels And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in't. 1ft
either sex, to introduce this Grates.
once great
have Stock 1IJ.ifl If
Was the unbusine =like if not now in particular line of UNDERWEAR fer L3"
manner
work. Here is a chance for .
you. worth Seeing and Buying. .. _
reckless way, in 'Which men sent their one can sell the book, as the whole word sit, .
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.: 'change for these reasons: It is a movement canvassing outfit, with all instructions, flouts 1m Sep"teXl1ber
will be mailed of 40 Do aD kind of Tiling. "W""aelab,and Adrian
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by the growers; in principle it In fact anything made of Wire Iron,or kind of 84.OOper ;
not delay in writing; order outfit and Stona. any ,Several Brands of FER' ClZERS specially adapted to our"trio v.
meets the case; its achievements ate satisfactory get territory at once. The only genuinenew Send fie CatalogM, At tb e same tuna eUttnir the INDIAN RITE BLum, manufactured by an old firm the Davits l"'b. '
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Cotton Seed Meal etc..
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