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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 20, 1890
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (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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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, FEB. 2O, 1890. NO. 44. .



LOCAL LACOXICS. I l -Mr. W. M. Lichty has been on a fewdays' -Mr. Horace W. Power and daughter, -Mr. and Mrs.J. K. Marten, of Port- Make known your wants to J. Si .

_Dr. Dodson has gone to Emporia for trip to Jacksonville. of Cleveland, O., arrived here Tuesday. I land, Me., were in town yesterday.The Watson & Co. Theirs are 19,and yours-

about ten days -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins is on a business -A bargain sale of hat will be made I I fast mail lost evening, was de- may outnumber theirs and they can

-,J.S. Watson & C(\.,have just received trip to Jacksonville a few days this at J. W Rogers & Co's clothing store for layed until nearly two o'clock this morn help you.

fine lot seed potatoes.About week. the next thirty day I ing.
a -Mr. W. P. Hatchett, who is now
: ninety passenger arrived on -Dr. W. K. Johnson and wife, of -Mrs. M. E. Titus has been ill fora ; Messrs. J. T. Gray and L. B. Dawou located at Seville, was in town last week

the afternoon train Monday.Mr. Michigan, registered at Indian River week or two, but we are pleased to Narrows, came up Sunday morningto for a few days. His many friends all

Wm. Jarvis, of Cocoa, has beenin Hotel,Tuesday. I I i note she is now much better. attend to a little business.Messrs. I agree in saying be is not looking as

town for a few days this week.: -Honey Money11 Money to I I -Just received and opened today a R. W. Andrews and W. I.letQlf. hearty as when a resident of Titusville

:. -Mr. B. Young and wife. of Calais, I loan on real estate.pply to Robbins & I I fine line of gentlemen's negligee shirts ) of Melbourne, were in .town .

Meg have been spending a few days in : Graham, Titusville, Fit. I I both silk and flannel. at Goldsmith Bros.Rev. Sunday, registering at the Grand View. nrevard Counts Court.

town. i iYr. -Save your furand skins and send S. F. Gore will hold service at -The ladies connected with the Rock- i The adjourned term of County Court

C. T. Macbride, deputy-sheriff; them to J. S. Watson & Co. They pay 1 t the Court House next Sunday, both edge-Cocoa Methodist: Church will givean convened Monday morning, with his

of Melbourne, gave our office a pleasant the highest cash price. I I morning and evening at the usual hoursof I entertainment consisting of music, I Honor Judge Minor S. Jones, presiding;

call on Monday.Mr. Brick-laying on the new bank build 11 and 7 o'clock.} songs, recitations, etc., in the church James T. Sanders prosecuting attorney.The .

L. C. Oliver commences unloading ing has been temporarily suspended until I I -Born to )Ir. and Mrs. Arthur Frank- Building, at the above place, on Wednesday following cases were disposed of:

-lumber on his new dock at the end of the arrival of more material.J. I I lin, of Canaveral, last week, a baby. evening, the 26th inst. Refreshments State vs. Wm. Jarvis, for selling intoxicating -

railroad wharf this week. S. Watson & Co. have on hand Mrs. Franklin is at present stoppingwith with ice-cream, cake, etc., will be liquor without a lieejise. 'I"OOjury .

the two cars of vegetable crates. Don't fail I I Mrs. R. Morrow, of this place. !erved. The object is to raise money for returned a verdict of not guilty.
be of the Indian -
will
There a meeting to see them before you buy. -The little naphtha launch, Ecrret, the church. Everybody is invited, and State vs. Henry Pendleton, for selling;
M. B. S. this
L. A. evening at
River the railroad is a large audience is anticipated. Doors liquor without a license. Sol pressed
residence of Mrs. Robbies. -Lawns. prints, challies, suitings, Belonging to company, :
the flannelettes and albatross dress goods of still at this place, as the management has open at 6:30 o'clock ; entertainment to on motion of prosecuting attorney. :
-Dr. Hutchinson and Mrs. Crist and commence at 7:30. Persons desiring to State Jas. T. for
secured of vs. Gray, an aggravated -
latest style opened this day at GoldsmithBros. : not as yet, a man capable
dwghter. Mrs. W. C. Barrett, left for a running her on the L'keorth route. contribute anything will please confer assault upon T. J. DeStt'ul>en. Jury

trip to Lake Worth, Monday.Mr. with Mrs.I 0. K. Wood, Mrs. B. C. Wil- found verdict of not guilty.
-Mr. and Mrs. T. Wetmore have -Mrs. W. C. Barrett is getting quitean
J. A. Larnerd general superintendent lard. Miss Carrie Moore, Mrs. W. L. State vs. Geo. Hardee (colored),*for
of the J. T. fc K. \\'. system, rented a part of the rectory building adjoining expert sportswoman. On two or Hujrhlett the committee.Mr. assault and battery. Verdict returned.. '
I the Church and three occasion while duck hunting with
Episcopal are !
iras in town Monday and Tuesday this C. \\'. Reynolds, of Glen Wil of simple assault, and defendant was
cosily located there. Drs. Barrett and Hutchinson he has
week. ton. Va., who arrived at the Indian River fined $15 and costs.

-Rev. A. T. Sharpe will hold divine -Mr*. Chas. Brock and Miss M. B. managed to bring down her gime.Mrs. Hotel on Wednesday, the 5th inst., suffering State vs. Walter Towle, for selling f

service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church Young of Calais, Me., who have been on Ulinworth and her 4m>. Frank, f from chills and fever, died Thursday beef without a license, was nol pressed
I a trip to Jupiter, left for Jacksonville Eustace and arrived Indian motion of
Fanday morning at 11 and evening at Dudley, at last. It appears be was taken ill on prosecuting attorney.

o'clock.. Monday, having spent a most enjoyabletime River Hotel. Friday. They are just out down the river through wearing wet State vs. Milton Grover, for carrying

on Indian River.A from England. They are now staying at clothes ; chills and fever then ensued.: concealed weapons, continued on motionof .
C. F. Fischer, who has beenat -
-Capt. boy's jacket, left in the warehouseon Mr. F. B. Sackett's place at Heath, the i followed by typhoid-malaria, which was I prosecuting attorney. .
Rockledge for a week or eo, came i
I up railway wharf, about two week ago, Messrs. Ulinworth having great sport I the cause of his untimely demise. He State vs. George Denham, for selling .
< with his schooner Sunday evening, andreturned '
may be obtained by applying to Mr. C. over there-hunting and fishiug. was a tall man. measuring 6ft 7in. in intoxicating liquors, continued on motion
down the river
again Tuesday. 'I
Hale, Indian River Steamboat Go's offices -The which hei bt. When the coffin arrived it was of defendant.
; new dredge, recently arrived -
J -Captain John Simonon starts down on the wharf. at New Smyrna stopped here Found to be much too short, and another State vs. David Murray, aggravated

i the river in the Yankee Doodle the last -Mr. J. S. Berkey, of Grand Rapid, last! Friday and started, down the rit'erthe was ordered from Sanford. The body 'I assault. Verdict returned of guilty of
o!this week with Me and Mrs. Lawrence, simple assault and defendant fined
was embalmed and forwarded to his late was
Mich., of the well-known furniture company next morning towed by the steamer
of Utica, N. Y., for a pleasure trip of I 15 and costs.State .
borne on Saturday, Mrs. Reynolds having
of Berkey & Gay, arrived here Denny. Mr. Fields and Civil-Engineer
I about two weeks' duration. here Tuesday night and started yesterday Spencer have charge of the new dredge. arrived to see to its departure.The .

-Lake Worth land,improved or unim afternoon for Rockledge. The old dredge, Chester, as soon as repaired Basket Fair and Entertainmentheld Sunday School Association.

proved, extending from lake to ocean, and will be put at work at Jupiter. last Wednesday and Thursday .
M. B. Bunnell.
brick-layer
located in the of the settlement, -
centre .
I addn-sa David I plasterer, is prepared to take contracts )Ir. Rittenhouse Moore was expected: proved quite a success in every way, and The ninth annual convention of the .
eale. For
for
Brown Palm Beach particulars, Fla. I anywhere on Indian River. Address here the first of the week, but has not arrived especially financially, as we learn the Florida Sunday school association will
as yet. 13250. The farce was be held at Lake Columbia
I all communications to Titusville, Flori proceeds were City, county
-J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the da. 29 -Mr. C. I. Cragin, accompanied by again given to a fairly vrell-fillea house on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday

pioneer well-sinker of the state; of Florida I Mrs. Cragin, Mrs. Chas. H. Wilson, and Thursday night, all present being highly March 4, 5 and 6. The association welcomes -
-\\'e learn that it is highly probablethat
,ia now operatingat Lake Worth, Fku, pleased with the performance. This:: to its membership SundayschoolsFrom
the Indian River Steamboat Com- the Misses Grace A. Dobson, Kate Wilson -
where all communications may be addressed feature alone netted about $32.00 for all denominations and from
and Louise and Bertha Borland every
will construct their steamboat ,
and information recei t'ed.it pany waysat the two evenings, Mrs. Robbins and Mrs. section of the state. A large attendanceis
Indian River Hotel from
and Point, jut north of their present arrived at the ,
W. B. Watson ha had Mussenden working like Trojans to in- assured, and able speakers from our
-Capt. a pilot wharf at this place instead of at the Palm Beach, on Sunday's steamer. Mr.
house built on the dispatch-boat Cleo, <'*! mouth of Banana River, opposite Eau and Mrs. Cragin came up for the purpose I: sure its success. The soap-bubble con- own and other states will be present and

that the pilot will be in a more elevated Gallic. of escorting the above ladies as far as St. test, which commenced directly after the discuss every phase of Sundayschoolwork.

position, and also give more room in the Augustine, where they will, probably, farce, did not excite as much amusementas Among the speakers will be William .

little boat "below. Mr. E. T. Redding -Will some big-hearted settler kindly meet another party of friend, who will was expected, the subject of a dance Reynolds, of Illinois, president of
i advise a working man where there is a introduced-
been indiscreetly the International Sunday.scbool-asso-
did the work. return with them to Palm Beach. having
quarter section of homestead land suita- fore the regular programme had been ciation; Rev. Geo. M. Boynton, D. D.,
-1Ir. W. R Knox will immediately fruit culture and Ti- Mr. E. P. Cronin of Union Town,
commence ble for pasture nea gone through, which was anything but of Boston, Mass., and R B. Reppard, of

the painting of the Episcopal tuaville, where a Sunday School and near Baltimore, Md., who has been in fair to the promoters of the contest It Savannah, Ga., for several years president

Church, and the money is ready for con Milton Station could be started. Notify this section for the past four or five caused a great many to give up a trial at of the Georgia Sunday-school asso

tinuing the board sidewalk from the editor of STAR. years, came over from Canaveral last blowing bubbles. ,The prizes were neat- ciation. Columbia county and Lake City

Street to
Building, which has long been wished Tuesday morning delivering ice epileptic fits and on Thursday. evening Mussenden. Among the other ladies and the session promises to surpass in
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for. in town. They give eleven five-cent I about nine o'clock, he succumbedto who were interested and took a busy partin interest and profit any previous meeting

-The Right Rer. E. O.WeedaT. D.. tickets for t>0 cent' or twenty-two for one of them. Abcess on the brain, it the Fair, and who were not mentionedin within the history of the association.

Bishop of Florida will arrive here next one dollar. This rate is i so reasonablefor is said, was the cause of his death. His our last issuewere i Mesdames Gaulden, Reduced rates have been obtained

Monday, the 24th, and will hold Confirmation ice that is delivered that every family body was embalmed and forwarded to Pritchard.Brown, Rumph and Gardner; over the various railroad lines of full'Fare .

service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal in.town can have it daily. his relatives on Saturday.Mr. and the Misses Esger, Joyner, Paddison, going and one-quarter fare return

Church the same evening, commencing The first rehearsal of those taking Geo. W. Eddey, of Jupiter Signal Chandler, Hale. Pritchard, etc ing. Certificates will be issued by ticket

at 7:30. A class of about nine mem- parts in the drama of "Esmeralda," was Service office, came up to town witha agents of the J., T. & K. W., Florida

bers will be confirmed. I and the happy expression on his countenance I ordered the glass for the Indian River Southern and South Florida roads to
held Monday night, manager,
Owing to the illness of Mr. Foy the Dr. Graham, expects to give the play in Friday, saying that he had had enoughof State Rink through Mr. M. Gold- Gainesville, and on the S., F. & W. road:

regular morning and evening service at about two weeks' time. As entertainments Jupiter, and that the mosquitoes and smith, at Goldsmith Bros., and was between Gainesville and Lake City. The."
him leave. He I and well served. Mr. Goldsmith F. C. & P. Louisville & Nashville and
the Presbyterian church was omittedlast of this kind have been scarce in sand-flies compelled to promptly *

Sunday. As the Methodist was the Titu'orille this winter, the company will was on his way to take. charge of the i certainly understands hoto Georgia Southern & Florida roads willi

only church holding service that day, itwas undoubtedly be favored with a full Signal Service office at Wilmington, X. please his patrons in the glass line in i furnish round-trip tickets for one and *

crowded both morning and evening. house. C. His place at Jupiter will be filled price as well as in prompt execution of one-quarter fare.Noilce .

&v. Mr. Jones officiated.Mr. -The of Sir Izaau Waltonare by Mr. H. P. Hardin, of Wilmington, orders, and I cheerfully recommend him
disciples
offeredto who arrived here Monday night. to the people of Titusville and the Indian of Dissolution.
:, Wm. Jarvis of Cocoa, having superb sport in this section

pay the jurors on Monday for their Messrs. Philip Nicer, of Copake, Colum- -Capt. Wilcox, of Melbourne Beach, River country. Notice is hereby given that thejpart-

lenices if the county failed to reward bia county, X. Y.. and W. S. Norwood, accompanied by Messrs. Ryckman and L. R. DECKER,and Builder. nership heretofore existing between Geo.M. .
Contractor
them, in hU case before the County of Titusville. went out fishing Monday Martin, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,called at our Robbins, Walter S. Graham, and J. '

Court but this is not now necessary, as afternoon and caught four bass weighing office this morning. Capt. Wilcox is on Legally Qualified Physicians. H. Rollins, under the firm name of Rob- -

Promion has been made for the paymentof 491bs., and eight trout weighing 37Ibs his way after his steam launch, which is Board Medical Examiners : bins, Graham & 'Rollins, Real Estate

jurors and witnesses, and his generous Mr. Niver caught one bass that tipped at Lake Harris. Messrs. Ryckman and Office of of dealers, has this day been dissolved by
Seventh Judicial Dutrict.
the
offer will I not have to be accepted.A the scales at ITilbs.: and it was baked I Martin 'are on their way north after a in and JM mutual consent, George M. Robbins and.
'" Melbourne Beach and vicinity SANFORD, FLA., Feb. 10th. 1890. Walter S. Graham- -having- bought- the
party consisting of Mrs. J. A. for dinner at the Grand tew. I visit to
krnerd Jacksonville Mr. Ryckman i is a vineyardistof long experience The following-named physicians livingin interest of J. H. Rollins in the above '
and daughter, of ; succeeded ei ther by accidentor
Some one
*k Palatka Mr. I' and will start vineyard and a Brevard county are entitled to practice named firm, and will continue to nego-.
and
Mrs. Wyman.of ; ahead of our Titus-
shrewdness to
GeQ. amt get pine-apple plantation at Melbourne medicine in this county, having been tiate sales of Real Estate as a branch of ;
R. Ft ter. Jr..of Jacksonville ; few days The I
merchants
Mr. Laman returned Sunday from atop ville a this ago.: Mr J.I I Beach, probably putting out 100,000 pine granted certificates by the Board of Medical their law business, under the firm name
occurrence happened way I plants. He is! very enthusiastic over the Examiner* in and for this district. of Robbins & Graham, and will assume
to Jupiter where they had a very number of bunches
Pleasant time. ,Sunday afternoon they P. Turner of bananas purchased paying a the owner the 1 1i Indian River country. Physicians living in this county whose any indebtedness now due by Robbins a
the list not legally & Rollins and collect accounts.
names are not on are Graham ,
I tDjoled a sail on our river aboard the i! full value for them. It was understood I -Last week Messrs.:! J. M Laflin and
\ qualified practitioners. Any physician due to said firm.
ncl1t Naiade. that Messrs. J. S. Watson & Co., wanteda Theo. Washburn, two ardent sportsmen, '
I who has moved into this district after Titusville, February 17, 1890.
-While Lela IV.1ras of the bananas, but it was supposed were fishing on the ocean beach. Within '
team-launch portion
the little I
May 31st, 1889 may obtain a temporary GEORGE 31. BOBBINS,
that Mr. Watsonwas few minutes after casting their lines
approaching the railroad wharf : by Mr. Turner a ;certificate, which will hold until the WALTER S. GRAHAM.

Monday morning, the fans of her pro-!! to pay him for the fruit. It turned Mr. Laflin hooked an immense man-eat !| next session of the Board by application J..H. ROLLJ58.
Mr. Watson sent i shark, and while he struggled his ut-
when ing
lller off afterward
ttuck snapping them out Dr. F. H.
a log, in in person to the Secretary, .
Mr. Turner claimed M MI most to land it the shark did likewiseby
that ,
instantly. Consequently the little boat |' for hit bananas, Caldwell, Sanford, Fla.1TrrSVILLE.
son powerless to mate any headway. them "as his property, and the original: trying to give Laflin a free trip on : Halifax and Indian River Line

The Vile-driver was Used to raise the stern I i iO owner had collected from )Ir. Watson''!' Old Ocean. The contest eventually terminated -' Dr. B. R. Wilson, Dr. J. B. ScrevenDr. The Fast and New Steam Yacht Vera '
the -anti the amount for the bananas and left, in favor of the shark, who snapped will leave Ormond Mondays Wednesday
boat engineer
[ up out of the water W. S. Graham. ? for Titusville
: and Fridays at a. m.
Pierce finally succeeded in cuttingthe leaving Messrs. Turner and Watson to I: the line in two* and made good his CITY POIXT. Returning, leave Tituville, Tuesdays*

Old pmhellercket>> : off the shaft and settle the matter at their leisure. Moral : escape. Meanwhile, Mr. Washburn. was Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m. from
C.V.. Dr. C. A. Hentz.
Dr.
fy borrowing a three-fan propellor from Never pay for anything until it is deli :: fortunate enough to land a 351b. bass. Holmes city deck, foot of Main street. Passengers,

the* inI I; ered. This moral does not apply to ;: These gentlemen are having excellent COCOA. only.
yacht Sasacu the Ltla was soon'
fUnning order again.Mf ', newspaper subscriptions however. snort in the Indian River country. i Dr.J. O. Scofield, Dr. W. Hughlett, 43-3t. CAFT. "" )I. KITC1IELL.'VOL. .



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I I Fully I.OTXTare( "here now, and the in- I has been called many times but cootm.
patches from Pierre, S. Dak., Monday 'I oomingtrains are loaded down. BRAZITJ'SCABINET'IIesignation ued called to absense of whne It

SIOUX BOOMERS.I' night, will: was Monday and Judge CanmKdi
1 The news here this afternoon that the t DESPERATE SHOOTING AFFRAYAt threw it out of court.

had issued his The husband and wife met at the
president proclamation I courtroom
Pearl River Station Brothers-in- door, and she pulled
the Sioux reservation was received arowhideiniwent
,
opening I Each Other.
law Shoot for him. She
with the wildest kind 0: Another Member struck him fuSr
of
Patience Rewarded After NEW ORLEANS Feb. 13.-A desperate times, bio .
,Their ment, and ever since the town .eXcite-1 twenty every wdra whig wac.J.
Months of Walling. a.perlWt pandemonium of excit shooting affray occurred at Pearl River from That Body. She was finally overpowered and the

In the city the people rushed hither and Station, fifty miles from here on Satur- judge fined her $30 for contempt, but

# thither, ,bands playing, and drunkenmen 'I day night The principals were ThomasR. later the fine was remitted The aces*
Possession Taken of the Great of all classes rolled and shouted McEvoy, a merchant of Abita Senhor Loba Was Not on Good was a very sensational one.

Sioux Reservation. through the streets. Guns and cannons i', Springs, La., and Capt. S. R. Porte vent, Terms With the PresidentAnd Lieut. Zalin"ki Secures a COD tract.

were tired off, and flags were waved superintendent of the East Louisiana Lot DoN, Feb. 14.-The
I from every prominent building. Speeches ;i, railroad. The men, who are brothersinlaw has Arranged with Lieut government Zalinsfcj

rat Bxeltouient: Among the Crowds a. were wade, and prominent citizens who t J quarreled over family and financial Several Other Members and In Consequence superintend the construction at to
I were instrumental in securing the openI I' differences. Both men fired a numberof Withdraw Succeeded by Wcd-:
and Pierre-TUe Scene wich of fifty dynamite of
Chamberlain guns,
and I shots and both are seriously in- which
ing of th s reservation were brought very
Well Known ZaliLski is the inventor.
| Senhor Alvena a Republican -
-Bnaeted Similar to Those In Oklahoma hauled through the streets, followed and jured. A bullet which struck Porte-

Last April- Spectators Held In Check vent's ri ht arm shattered the bone, and -Great Ilejolclag at the Keoognltlon -
preceded by lands. This excitement M | Seeking }'actliAbont Jeff.
Dans.Ute.RICHMosD .
it found to United States.
Sunday was necessary ampu- by tlUI
By Tr H p*. liable to keep up all night, for the joy has dangerous Va., Feb. 12.-The
his EVe
tate arm. McEvoy a -
CHICAGO Feb. 14.-Advices from of the people who have lived and waited j wound in the stomach. very The two Rio JAKEIEO Feb. 15.-Much excitement ing State publishes a letter n'CeiTd,-

Chamberlain, S. Dak. Monday night I here for many years for the prosperity men were Sunday brought to this city, has been created here by the announcement from Mrs. Jefferson Davis, dated Iliyy,

acid: which the opening of the reservation will where they are very well known. made Tuesday morningthat voir, Miss., in which die says, in reference
bring them, knows no bounds, and, un- Silveira Lobo ministerof
da
The loud report of a cannon this afternoon - Aristiden to the biography being prepared of
startled the crowd of people der the circumstances;, none can help but Death from Base BalL the interior, had withdrawn from the her late husband: "In order to make
join them and sympathize in their out- MONTPELIER, Intl., Feb. 14. -Oscar the book
to provisional cabinet While it has been as complete as po.il>fc, ]
camped here awaiting an opportunity burst of enthusiasm. But if there is joy five miles northof
Shadle. aged 17, living should obliged if our friend
time that the most
for
known
get upon the Sioux reservation lands, unoun'ined' in the cities by the yellow this city, died Monday from the some whose persona recollections cf Ife
riiicli turned out to be the signal for a Missouri, which bomuls the reservation effects of an injury sustained in playingin amiable feeling did not exist between Davis would throw any light on

crowd of town-site boomers, who were I there is tumult and trouble.A a base ball game two weeks ago. Hewas himself and certain other members of event of his life or Und to illustrate any

secreted in the neavy timber in Amer- Grand Stamped. : batting aud struck at a ball with the cabinet, yet it was not believed hat his character will seed them to me, &* I

ican island to get upon the coveted bot- Immediately after the news reached great-force, missed it and sustained a his withdrawal would take place quite shall endeavor, as far as poss, to tell

tom oa the weat side of the river. Immediately here there was a grand stampede and violent wrench and rupture of the ab- so soon. the story of Mr. Davis' career in hia own
representatives of the ,ariou3combIn:1tions rush for the reservation lands by the dominal cavity. The family is one of The immediate cause of his leavingthe words. I shall regard it as a real service
sent here for the bands of boomers and settlers who have best known in the county, and the deceased cabinet is the extreme feeling of dis- to be furnished with copies of any

in purposeof motion been patiently waiting for the proclamation w.s a universal favorite. cord which has existed, particularly be- letters from my husband relating to any
securing this tract were for weeks. Immediately across: the tween himself on the one side and Presi- public topic that hw surviving frieajg
and turns with loads of lumber were at river from Pierre is located the famous LOTTERY LEGISLATION. dent Da }Fonseca Minister of War Benjamin may have preserved."

-once started on a dead run across the "mile square" on which is situated the Constant and Minister of Marine

river, but it was plainly evident that the city of Fort Pierre. Fort Pierre and the North Dakota May Get In Trouble Witn Eduardo Wandenkolk on ,the other,.an Slvlgltliig, In Mexico.
secured mile is choice in the the: Nntiutml Adminixtratiou.WASHLXUTOX LAREDO, Tex., Feb. 14.-
local town-lite boomers had an square a spot eyes open rupture between them having Sletghiagat
important advantage by reason of their of all speculators and boomers, and it Feb. 12.-The news of taken place a day or two ag'). His retirement San Luis Potosi, Mex.. several hundred

closer proximity to the lands.A is with a jealous eye that- they have the passage by one branch of the North from the cabinet makes the miles south of this city, was indulged Qby
wat bedtlePl Ce and all movements Dakota legislature of a bill chartering and second minister who has withdrawn the American inhabitants of that

Grand Sight.It connected with it. It was this mile legalizing a lottery in that state, has within two weeks the first being Deme- city Tuesday. A storm has been in
was a grand sight, viewed from the square that the settlers first rushed for, attracted much attention Washington trio Nuns Ribeiro, minister of agriculture program all this week, and early Tuesday -
high bluffs on the east side of the river but as the military headquarters was whose official decapitation took morning snow began to fall It is
to see the teams, with their great lumber stationed there, and as no orders had official circles, in view especially of telegraphic place Feb 1. reported the heaviest snow storm which
that this
loads, dashing across the river on a been received from headquarters to allow advices legislative ever fell there, and the only one for men
action is in behalf of branch of the nV Successor.
dead run. up the bluff on American the settlers to cross the river, trouble a I than fifty years past. The native inhabitants
island and finally being lost to sight in immediately ensued. Boomers had Louisiana Lottery company, against Sehnor Lobo has been succeeded by of that tropical clime for more
the heavy timbers which covers the which the postothce department and the Cesario Alvena as minister of the in- have
about; fifty wagons loaded with supplies, than ten generations never before
island and several thousand people which were feUowed.with: wagon after department of justice have been waginga terior. He is a well known Republican, seen snow on the streets" of their beautiful

gathered on the bluff.to see as many wagon loaded with ready-made houses. contest for many yeara. and it is expected, will fill the office city and such a thing as sleights?to
At the White House it is intimatedthat with credit. Sehnor Lobo
take in this exciting event. was never
more part These boomers proceeded straight them was not known until seen Tuesday
The Indian police, to the number of across the river to the number of about reports have reached the president regarded as a man of especial prominence morning after its introduction bj the

nearly 100, had been placet as a guardto 1KX, and were headed by Hon. J. W. that pe'rsons who had been appointed to although possessing a certain American residents.BtnMJMGHAM.
prevent any premature invasion, but Shinn, an ex-member of the Ohio legis- office, or were candidates for appoint- amount of executive ability. These two
they stood dazed and helpless as they lature. ment, were promoting this legislation changes within such a abort time clearly SENSATIONIn
viewed the great and irresjstable rush and, it was added, that should this proveto demostrate that the present governmentis
Stopped by Troops. In Oos vetioo the Hawe M.rd.
for the reservation. A most novel sight be the case it would likely prove fully determined that the affairs of the T
was the moving of a large building, under The military authorities saw the fatal to them. A further remark was to republic shall be administered in a fair, &a.ee-4n<< Arrest.
which had been placed heavy tim- boomers approaching and immediately a the effect that it was "not believed to be honest and efficient manner, and that BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Feb. 12.-A startling

r bers and wheels. This, like the other solid column was formed along the bank possible that the new state would adopta the interest of the country shall not be sensation was developed here Friday
of the river. As the boomers approached. measure that would put so indeliblea allowed to suffer the
wagons was pulled across the river by through inefficiency in connection with the Hawes COM
galloping horses.It they were toM to halt, but instead of stain upon its reputation." and dereliction of any public official. in the rearmost at Atlanta of John Wylw
doing so the column was swung around Postmaster General Wanamaker said
took bat few minutes for the ; .
a several Great Rejoicing.The on the ,barge of murder. WyLX via
and the two columns then stood horizontal :)
with reference to this subject "As
: : post-
sections the valuable bottom to
on provisional government, as wellas who is now an engineer on the Wettero'
and faced each other. CoL Tassen,
master general I cannot be interviewedupon
be literally covered with claimants, and the entire is railroad of Alabama arrested
highly was
in command of the soldiers, then came the of legislation enactedor republic, gratified upon
:it will take scores of lawyers to solve forward and parleyed with the boomers, subject o4 the recognition of the republic of Brazil a telegram from Sheriff Smith to the

the problem as to which are the rightful and told them that they would not be proposed by my regret any
OWDOTR. allowed to cross the river until further the machinery of the government shouldbe people ox not .eared an Advantage. orders were received from the interior the republic could not as well have excitoineut here, and it waa at once tai
used to extent in of the
The local town-site boomers undoubtedly I. department At first the boomers in- for any the furtherance any part of lottery been organized two' months ago. Still mitied that Dick Haw ea had made a coo-

secured an advantage over the sisted that they would cross anyhow, country schemed' but as a citizen, I am free to : this recognition, tardy as it is,IS received ession to the sheriff, and implicated
boomers few minutes ; with the the John in the murder of bu wife
>other organized by a but were finally compelled to cross backto say that it is a cause for great alarm greatest gratification by Wyi'
bat among the boomers are a num- the city. people everywhere.When and children
when anew state to spread this
ber who intend to secure homestead BA- Desperate Doomera. evil proposes and extend a the news of the action of the Wylie. it will be remembered, WM t
over new
a country
tip, if possible, which if persisted in, United States government WAS receivedin brother engineer: with Hawes on tU
The situation down the river was more specl's of gambling that ruins the
-will the matter to such young Rio the celebrated the Pacifio at the time of the
complicate anextent event was by Georgia murder.
serious. About a mile east of the city and deludes the ignorant, for the enrich-
result in of National salute all the Sheriff Smith and Haw attorneys -
< as,to a protracted legal firing a by
was located another boomers' and ment of a few urracsupulousstoodioldere.
this rush and conflict camp forts in the harbor while fireworks
CruggJe..hile were were seen by your correspoodaot,
These were more desperate. Just at the If this kind of legislation is to succeed,
-was going on for the bottom-lands, many time the news was received here the must ba invoked to enact lawsto set off at night. In the afternoon members and positively refused to say whethtt
other intending settlers rushed promptlyinto congress of the provincial cabinet formally Habad made any conf ion or vet;
and this
guards along the river were' changed iniquitous business
the and the suppress called United States Minister the for John Iiirearrot.
at to WJ
upland*, began once the fresh guards did not leave the everywhere." upon or give reason
houses and these campat should hi remembered thai
Adams and Consul General and
erection of are prepared Dockary
Fort Pierre until a few minute after "I was astonished bevond m sn1'8"said
: to defend their rights against'latter expressed their high sense of gratification the Wylie boys were once before under
the now shift had came into town. As a Attornev-General Miller, "to hearthat
settlers, determinedly guardingagainst consequence the East Pierre crowd were any bill of that kind had gone at the action of the United States arrest charged with complicity in the
any invasion of their lands. g'O'V'' l'WDent.' munierg,but their cases were not pressed
in the reserve before they were noticed through one branch of the North Dakota
United states Marshal Fry and Indian.AgentAndersonaaaietedbydeputiee and and had already" commenced to settle. legislature. I had noped and behaved UNANIMOUSLY PASSED.The : for The lack of evidence and

The regulars were soon in hot pursuit, that the day for the chartering of new developments are mysterious
Indian police were soon at work attempting and suoceeded-in capturing a few of the lotteries had gone by. I had supposedthat Ileeolwtton Ifetoognfelng the United inexplicable here.. Many believe thai
to eject the invaders,in the abaenoe Hawe has made a full confession, and
in the the for the
boomers. Many were put guard only reason existence States.1 by the Senate. i
of any word from the secretary of told of all who were implicated with him
of lottery in the United
house at Fort Pierre a anywhere WASHCfQTOW, Feb. 15.The senate has '
:the interior. However, die forces at \ in the hideous murders; while there are
States was the fact that it had become i
their: disposal were entirely inadequateto Trouble Slay EU lue. sort of intrenched in unanimously passed the joint resolution others who ro so far as to charge thai
the requirements of the occasion, and. Up to the present time no orders have by some a localities prescription that it so could not be recognizing the republic of the United the arrest of Wylie is simply a tyPblollIawos'

_while many were notified and escorted been received by the officers in com easily removed. That the Louisiana States of BraziL attorney to gain tune a d.*.

lo the river, there was not a large mand to allow anyone to encroach upon I State lottery for instance is cure at leaat the temporary respited
nou conceded
quickly returned to their claims. horde, and the bank of the river tonightis public and generally 28th, and his counsel have openly declared
I as little expected the legislature WOrM Than FtI'M Reported-6U Live
JLt the time of this the literally lined with men, houses and
sending dispatch of North that Hawes would never hang oa
Dakota
to sanction a lottery -
efforts to have become teams. Nearly all are under some leader Now Reported Loet. convict
eject decidedlyfeeble the date named. Of couwe, to
and concerted movements will be as that the legislature of Massachusetts >> MEMPHIS Feb. 14.-The of the
as it was impossible to accom- sinking Wylie, Hawes' testimony would be
ptish: anything material. To-night the made Some have a county organization wo\ legalize polygamy. steamer Port; Fads, by striking a pier of necessary, and be would have to be re

settlers will encamp on their' claims. with officers and records, and THE LOUISIANA LOTTERY. the Memphis bridge, is now known to spited in order to testify,u the evidence
The new land office will be organized at nearly aH are armed. It is probable have resulted in a loss of at least six of a criminal condemned to be bangs
.jonce and be in running order by tho that there will be serious trouble at the Do They Contemplate Establishing a Eves. at a certain time is not admissible.

.time the lands are surveyed,when filings opening of the kinds between these Branch in North Dakota The following b a list of the victims:

-will be tendered by settlers. The land isias bands as already they claim several NEW ORLRAXS' Feb 12.-The officialsof William Hickcv, watchman; Teenie FOUR CHILDREN DROWNED.

yet unsurveyed, and settlers will, for counties, and will, no doubt, try to en- the Louisiana Lottery company con- Jones, colored, oltambermaid; John Mo- Attaay TOMRw.tleu
Sad Result of to
the present, have to secure squatters' force their claims by any means neces tinue to be silent as to the lottery bill Dermott, second cook, and Fireman ng
rights. There were a number of snvwh- sary. The river on the opposite side is William Stewart James Walker and an MllMlppl .Ue....
vps in the rush, but as yet no fatalities lined with bine-coats, and every 100 now before the North Dakota legislature.A unknown all colored. CORINTH, Miss., Feb 14.-Beportfrft

hare been reported.Great yards there is kept burning big bonfires, local afternoon paper, which is by The only body so far recovered is that distressing accident comes from YeUo*
Excitement. for the purpose of fucilitating the heading many believed' to have been inspired!, of McDermott. Creek in Tiahommgo county near
off of boomers. Indian Friday gave the following answer to areader's
The in police patrola Pilot Gus Ilyner, who was on watch Burnsville Last Friday during abeary
clqis a great uproar to-night. Does the state ,
little further back and it is next to impassible query: lottery
when the accident makes emigrants -
bells ringing whistles blowing, cannons contemplate removing to North Dakota happened, the rain. Jim Seals and his family.
to evade arrest in to
getting on
I statement Ala., attempted
booming, shouting of excited men and the land. and establishing a branch there?" following : from Double Springs,
the rushing of teams make a veritable The only which atter due in- "Cant. Davis, Pilot Townsend and to cross Yellow creek in ;
bedlam of the city. The lumber yards I Went Wild With ExcU m..nt. quiry, can be response made is that ,the Louisiana myself were in the pilot-house. I was wagon. The stream was swollen out of
wil, be rushed to their utmost capacity At Port Pierre there is an excitement Lottery company's charter does at the wheel and owing to a dense black the banks and the wagon floated off

all night, the boomers being too anxious which in intensity and enthusiasm was not expire until ISto present that it seek smoke, I could not see more than twenty down the current, capsizing and drow; --
; may a
to await the arrival of dawn, and by never before equalled in this section. renewal thereof at its domicile feet in front of the boat. When I discovered ing four children,aged from S to 10 years
morning the appearance of the reservation Immediately upon the receipt of the that the of present the do; the pier, I si tialed the engineer The team was also drowsed and everything

for many miles in every direction glad news the populace went wild, and not know managers the terms and conditions company to fctop the machinery, but it was lost, the parents alone ,currivis.
under ,
will have undergone a great transform were enabled by the sufferance the government which North Dakota makes its ten too late, as the next moment the fuel The children were burled Suzy at a

tion. Settlers who have lumber on the has given them to remain on der, not having seen the bill which haspassed barge hit the pier and went down. I neighboring grave yard. The P01***!

ground are erecting houses by the light the mile square, to evade the guards and the senate; that. they will not decide was powerless to save the boat, and left are left penniless and almost prostrate"
of lanterns. The morning sun will sneak off onto the reserve Some had in the inducementsheld her to the mercy of the water. When I with grief.

shine on scores of new houses, many of I already commenced the erection ot out any by way Dakota upon until the conditions realized what had happened,I ran down

them grouped in the new town on the houses, which were immediately torn have been maturely considered. into_the .cabin and _brought Mrs. Townsend OUTRAGEOUS IF TRUE.
west hide 01 the river. i down and the builders put under arrest. out on the hurricane roof, and
]ts t
The LopiTown-Sttees. I The people of the city immediately filed NORTH CAROLINA LABOR AGENTS. was in the act of putting her on one of The Inhuman' Tratmat of .
claims on the lots all over the mile the barges, when the vessel careened and Elders la Marlon Coaat/ Ala.BICMINXJEIAM

vantage The local of town-siters the other ,boomers who got for the ati'I'I square, and even a number of the officers One SAYS Ho Alone II jn Mrnt 2OOO :Negroes sunk. She was thrown into the river, Ala., Feb. 12.-UncaO: |

possession: of the town site, have of the squad now have town lots at Out of tie Stat and after drifting down stream some firmed reports of an outrage commuted

ranged for representation in nearly fifty Fort Pierre. RALEIGH, N. C., Feb. 13.-R. A. Williams distance, was picked up by the tug upon two Mormon elders in jar

branches of business. Inside of "forty- ,I Several Arrest who is chief of the labor agents at Wilson." county, Ala. have been received here.of

eight hours the building! will have been I Fred. W. Pattigrew brother of United work in North Carolina, reports that hE It is probable that a suit for damageswill It is said a mob stripped the elders tar
with
I' States Senator has been at alone has be brought against the bridge com- their clothing, covered them
erected and everything in running order, 'I' Pettigrew, sent :J,000 negroes out of the Doto
with a populntion of between 2.00and i Fort Pierre for some time and he and state. He" says he has never yet put a pany for not having the pier protected. and feathers and set fire to the tar. 4IS'
3,000. The gnat difficulty with them I I his older sisters and a cousin have each negro on the train without having a Several were injured by the fright and men were terribly burned but
-will be then inability to transfer and I I taken lots at Fort Pierre, and yesterdayall home and labor contract provided for wetting and are at the hospital; othersare tinguished the flames in time to ore

rive titles to lands. It is*fortunate that were put under arrest for going upon him. He has demands for 5,000 more cared for at the houses along the therr lives. The scene of the gale

the proclamation came at this time, as a I.1' the reserve aud attempting to file claims negroes. river. outran is remote from a tel beievtrai

few weeks Liter crossing would be damherons. upon sections. Pettigrew is also said to Monday and Tuesday were the most A TERRIFIC COWHIDING or railroad station and it may be oo-

With the river filled with floating have a horde of half-breeds and Indians exerting the labor agents have ever ex- days before the real facts can. .I
ice accidents would certainly have hired to take up claims for him under perienced. They say that notices of Given Charles O'Brien, a St. IxmUtan. liyHi tained. _fC

happened. The events of to-morrow are I'..I the right they have to take lands in. warning are posted at several towns. Enraged Wife. :l.br.fttetl AbolltlonUt J> aa.MADISOX .

.looked forward to with great interest by severally. One man was driven away while he wa* ST. Louis Feb. M.-Charles O'Brien, ImL, Feb. 12.-aaas

i >everyUily, and some exciting things IlroUe Through the Ire. endeavoring to get to a school house full of a big boiler making firm here, was Harris, the celebrated colored AbobtKO* 1

may txxur. The weather continues A wagon train this evening, on being of negroes. There are two from the far cowhided by his wife in the criminal fet, died here Monday, aged f 8 J18Io
warm and balmy, and outside work returned from the other side of the river, south still at work there securing ne- court room Monday. They lIe was born in Nelson county. Va, of*
.can go on without any inconvenience broke through the ice. Several teams groes. The white people they say, do six were married free mother In lS02. lie came ta In diana I
were drowned, and the drivers barely not propose to have the labor stirred up years ago, eloping from Cape in 1839.; Before the late war hem

AT FORT PIERRE. escaped. It is safe to predict that by to- now when the crops are being put in. Girardeau, Mo. They separated about a prominently known as an ardent ,sale
morrow hundreds will have escaped onto The fanners in the northwestern counties year ago, and have aired their domestic olitionlst, and he assisted fus ft It
t United State Troops Keep the Boomers the land and when the order comes to are greatly stirred up, and someagents troubles in court. He capped the climax Kentucky slaves in their may thi #

: e. From Cntvrlnc the military authorities.allow the have been threatened with lynch- by charging her with lewd and lascivious Indian en route forq Cana la.

.2. :wr'-ry rJ.rn., f,,'J. ,14.-Press dis crowd Were go will be an awful rush. .I mg. conduct, anj had her arrested. The case I I





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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1890. a. '



\,fR0 upon himself to examine a witness, a I A Gold Staff Worker. I.' ndian River Steamboat Co. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. "
little
withered
old man, whose face was "This thing of trying to crowd big

as red and wrinkled as a smoked her- gold pieces onto street :arco-nine- ,

ACVENTURES IN FLORIDA. riDge tors by people who hops to ride free Schedules in effect JAX. 27, 1800. A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville

"What is your nameT asked the jus- : because the conductors can't always STEAMER ST. LUCIE
1 W.ted g rcasm of a Korth rn Man tice. give the proper change reminds me I Fla.

'" In the Sunny Sooth.I "Wy. squire said the astonished wit how that kind of a game used to be Leaves TITUSVILLE Mondays, Wednetr ,

took a trip to Florida for my health," I nom, "you know any name as well as I worked in early days,*' said Capt. days and Fridays for Jupiter. .

lawyer in an uPtown cafe last know yourn." i George?; IL McBride, of Portland to a STEAMER GEORGIAXA, Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos, Haines '

flit said a,w be sat sipping black coffee with I '.:,evcrn u min what I know.or what San .to.ran cisco Examiner man. Leaves Titu ville daily at..6 am : nro .' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &

friend. "At one of the hotels one day I don't know,** wastheeautiougivcuwith "Old man Applegate lived on the Arrives at Melbourne.: ...............12 noon. White Organs and Chicago Cottage
disgusted northerner, who had magisterial road between Oregon and Californiain Organs.
; se'erity.hI ask the Returning
tact a question :
and
in some town lots through a in my official and those days, just for accommodation I will Sell and Deliver at nearest

acted and had come down to find to answer it capacity under oath., you'rebound he would provide meals and Leaves Melbourne....................12 noon station High Grade your

sUb agent With lodgings for such travelersas chancedto Arrives Titusville................. 6pm \
: a contemptuous snort the witness travel his It 1 Above daily
% \Vhat have you got tliat's fit to eat?' j jhe gave hip name and the questioning way. was au annoying except Sunday.
proceed custom with a certain class of stock
waiter."Bacon I ..!. STEAIERVlUTE
to the negro *
teal I dealers who frequently went over the PIANOS
sail,' said tbe waiter, 'an' I "' hero do liver :
you road to offer a $.>0 slug in payment fora Leaves Melbourne daily.
may,an'sweet potatoes an'coot pie.' }t "'Vat, I tsnmuIejaculated the old night's entertainment, and if the
io; what's that? said theder. man. Vhy," he JK3 Connection i ii!. made at Titusville
"fit II continued, appealing change could not be given they would with .
to the laughing listeners trains of the J., T. & K. Sys- or. ; _
I "I've lived in settle in full the next time they stop .
tern to and from
"'Coot pie, sah; don't know what coot this town all my life, and so's he," pointing all points North, and"at
Why, it's pie made o'coots.' to the ped."One fellow whom Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (Smiles
-je is, sah justice. IoMl'. gosh, to b'l.rhim day a Uncle Ap ) where
r* 'Of course I know that, you dolt,' I go on you'd think"- plegate had spotted offered a slug in the steamer "I connection ifce Worth"is made with ORGANS k
I : for all landings
. jj, the northerner, 'but what are coots? "Silrcrr'thuulcr.l the irate magis the usual way, saying he was orry, I on Lake Worth.V. -

.. 'Cootsrra.h, very fine game Bah; trate. AnS\H'r guy question, or I'll line hut really 1 that was the smallest coin .
B.
duck.' for he had about him. WATSON Superintendent.
like a I you contempt of court. I
1 J open*'Bad it wings Alarmed by the threat, the w itnt.&) 'I'm sorry, too,' said the host, 'forI G.D. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent. FOR LESS MONEY than any ether house in the _
haven't a bit of change in the house.' F. JACK, General Manager. tinted htates: I Wil18hip a Piano or Organ to
'Yes, sab. I named hU place of residence and the oxuuiuation ." any honest man or woman, on trial, and ii not
*'CouJ . sah.' I "Wh t is guest, Til hand it to you as I come A. L. Hatch & Son ash and f 10 a month on a Piano, and $10 cub and
"Yes, your oecuptttlotirTltahi' back. $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
Then lont give me any coot in -ALEJIS: IX wore than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
; had and mina.1 "F. u.'But maybe Til never see youagain terns anyone can own a instrument Send for
that wings h.t do do for
Anything you a living? 'REE CATALOGUE containin
Tull
information
suggested
ignoring
and didn't get out of this blasted county I vh, git out squire! Jest as if you the hand outstretched Applegate for the eight DRY GOODS NOTIONS ordeoii beet Music, ,Strings,Violins Banjos Guitars, Ac-
,
I despise too much even to eat.' dOll" know that I tend gardens in the and in fact every Musical Instrument
cornered coin. bat i!J made,and at very low prices. Send for comm
: "This gentleman, you will easily per- summer beacon an' saw wood winterer 'Yes, you will I'll be along here Hardware I pl"tt'Catalogues. I have 20,000 pieces of Choice
'j j 'e," continued the lawyer, "had become "As a private citizen I do know it, but in about a week,' said the other. Crockery, Saddlery, :Music at 10 centner copy. .

rather soured, the natural result as the court I know nothing about you," 'Oh, well in that case I'll just Stationery, Family Medi- A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5

1 of investing.money in the sand lots of a explained the perspiring justice. the slug, and wheu you comeback cines, Garden SebJs, ,

piper town. The state really has many I I "Wal, squire," remarked the puzzled I'll have the change for you,' J. MQ.AT ..ISTER

Bjtnral advantages, which are being developed I I witnffcs, "if you know bomcthin outside replied the old gentleman, and put CHOICE GROCERIES, -

slowly, perhaps, but .8urely.1'hi the court room an' don't know notlun in ting the piece in his pocket he bade EAU: GALLIED ;, .

is manhowever,having been deceived. it, you'd better get out an' let somebodytry the stranger good morning, with best Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. Is Prepared to Sink ARTESIAN

eoold see nothing good in the country or this case that's got hoes sense." wishes for a prxxsperous journey and CITY POINT, FLORID WELLS at any place between Georsiana

hlpeoPItI came up to Jackxonvill" on TIN advice may have been well meant I safe return. ----- -- -- and St. Lucie ; 7oc. per foot to 300ft.

the train with him from the rs.)UK-HI but it cost the witness $10.-Lewiston "That man iliiLj't try to fool with PIONEER COOPERAGE E Will contract to any depth.
I "
i put of tho state, where we met, and do- I JournaL I old man Applejjatoany mom

rived not a little fun from hw sardonic I Syrup Barrels $2.25. EACOTT & CO. .
Might Have Been Hrkfew.Congressman '
h mor. So did the others on tin car. I i I Kate J1.-ld Swlixlled. Gauged to order. ,
(to constituent))-Well, ten cents extra.
"At ono little station in tin woods the Several years ago Miss Kate Field, TIT SVLLEFLA., '
train stopped a long time and we began wasn't my speech a good one? Short, the authoress visited Atchison, says Wheelwrighting and Repairing. \.
and to the I
point, you kpow. couldn't TIN & SHEET
tolook around for diversion. Close by The St. Joseph Herald. While there IRONYORKERS..
well have made it C.
very briefer, eh? O. B.
the side of the track, opposite the sta- she made the acquaintance a prominent

tim house, wa a patch of corn-two or Constituent Well, you.- business man, who believing that honey barrels and Oval) Water Breaker* GUTTERING, ROOFING '
I u"'hatr'NYou ,
three acres-an exceedingly thin and I she had borne ready money, portrayedto ftom 82.00 up.
doll baling crop the soil being little might not have got up at .U- her the profit sho would reach by And Manufacturing of Tin ""are.: -3
i Lawrence American. Tanksand
:
buying a lot in that city. He induced
better than sand. A tall, gaunt boy of I GALVANIZED WORK,.
boot 16fur*, dressed from: head to ; -- her to puirha&c. the prico being$3,000. all kinds ot COOPER WORK to order-
Aluaort 1Jt1ncL She paid *1.00dow11 and the balance And Repairing: of all kinds
foot in it..i j<*.nua, was lazily hoeing and Boss of a Gang of Men (to a bystander) wfe> to come in lray nieuts. It turned ''. ..JOIIXSOX.J.Gran _

weeding I..."WAl'U the rows. -Are you looking for work, sir out afterward that the lot belonged
really e. :
I : Florida
'1 'u>ok at thai wretched crop,' t aid Lazy Bystander (as he moves to take to too man who induced her to Drugs Drugs Drugs .

the northerner. 'Dirty seed, no manure, up an easy position at the next corner !buy, although lw had i-epi-esentetl dif _

poor Boil, liking Kin. hoe culture; not Yes, but my eyesight is poor.-West ferently.: The editor of The Herald SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALEThe -

f'eD& plow to fir the land deeply, let Sx>re. met Miss :Field in San Diego nearlytwo a

&Ioo. a "cu1th W>r" to weed it quickly J'em'Sbro., when she related the Subscriber offers for Sale in Lots .

tad often. Tl>o weeds will have chokedthe t4'gk. story of her Atchison purchase, described to suit Purchasers, some A Fine Assortment; of

south half of the crop before that "Ma," said a little girl, "Willie wants the location of the property, ,

< lazy fellow gets the north end clear of the biggest piece of pie, and I sink I and said she had received a letter from 500 Acres of Selected Portionsof DRUGS,

hem cught to have it, 'cause he was earln' pie a fried not to meet the second pay the above-named Lands.
two 'fore I was borned."-Philadelphia the then and PATENT MEDICINES, a
.Boy, be caJKnl, young fellow Itrleenia years meut, as property was not "
to mo ran corn is rather small. Tima:& never had bee worth more than Situated on Sebastian Bay and Indian SYRINGES,

i.'Ut2'- 1000... the amount she had already <
River '
Au Unwonted HuriaL paid. We were requested to investigate STATIONERY FANCY & TOILET'
,
"The looked him for
boy ul a moment, is buried in .
"Cholly thought""For
the matter for her and did .
reflectively, and replied: 'Yes, mister goodness' sake don't resurrect so.We AND ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR ARTICLES
had two of the best reliable men in
,pop planted the small kind. him.*-Yenowine's News.A Atchison value the property. One WINTER HOMES. Kept constantly on hand.Physicians' >
Mln) b that soT said the questioner,
"bota1 placed tbe value less than $1,000; the These Lands are in the immediate
*rather yellow, isn't iti Prescriptions carefullycompounded
Lullaby.VT other thought it might be worth$1,200. vicinity of the .
*'It i 5s,mister,* rejAUnl the boy. Pop A RfcAUf ( We advised Miss Field to lose the$1,000 at all hours.

planted the Taller kind' Bet.arlmg.. bush a byeiVNe she' had paid down rather than pay FINEST FISHING, HUNTING,
"'Well, 111 bet you ten to one/ said \ Kfoi'j lie awake and cry* the $2,000 art due. This is the true AND SEA BATHING J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, '
Bat**are uhJirhwj to and Ira,
the'Bortherner rather timidly, aa some Field's deal in
r story of Miss real estate
Uxwe cata sofRiu
Why are yelling *
: due To be. found in the whole Indian TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Uttered tiN 'tha
: at boy's answers, hi piaster cone and go. Atchisou. The deal was a clear
'. TOO wont get more than half a ci<>}*: ,Still_ Uv-r*.':t no good reason why bwindlo) forwhich t city of Atchisonwas liver[ Section, and have also the advantage -

'You're right, mister,' drawled theo U4.Nn..,kt riiae ", .ur wafon Ugh-- in no way responsible, but perpetrated of Daily Communication by NOTICE. .

:: ,. 'j halt a crop. Pop planted it Baby, baby* Bosh a hyrt by a man of prominence who Steamers with all points north. All concerned will take notice that, six
:'. Actual Settlers and Improvers will be .. .. ... .
; (11 ab.ares.. Tommy Tommy luUabylOotne claimed respectability.Kind months alter date, J will present my nnai
: ;, "l train pulled out just then and the DOW, shut your eyes and try. ,-- specially favored. Correspondence in account to Honorable Minor S. Jones,,
,. Yes, of orwa. pn will\ wait llt> 'ft'(1 Vow PeclJ'Uo vited. Address,
; car fairly rocked with our laughter for aileor Really, though, It's owing late. County Judge of Erevan county, Florida,.
A Derlin relates this by
more." -New York Tribune. "Ticlr-a-tk-k"; sarn if; ball past eight paper stung Frank H. Allen Norwich Conn. and pray for an order dismissing me from
WtMtt a drink You cant be dryl way illustrating the kind bearttslnpss the further execution on the estate of John .

t 1 A')JlUiM1us Chrxawataace.LadyWho fro fU BATTOOH I.rt>*0 flyl of Dow P! ro. Som yoars ago a w& 28-31. E. Moore, late of said county, deceased.S. .

i is th-l fallow} who cocoesto See(ien% Tbo+nay! Rosh a byN man in Berlin was tltx>rUil l t.y her hus- II. RAY, Administrator.

a.:J 1Oe you every evu.k..oy: Now, my taw, he down-bo quicM I kuid. A few mouths later bho received<<.la AGENTS I WANTED I l firm old reliable Titusville, Jan. 6, 181)(.). 386mo.

'' r'BrMget )Io is a glutleman who is ei Warder It III his diet< l tter run! some money from lain, but I ; [arge profits
.
I ha; >other th iJlgll to dot : Sample free. A rare op NOTICE.In .
ar.ce& t
to me, but I'm thinkin' of telling then uii-wiws 30011 ceased and the woman -
portunity. Goo. A. Sott 842 N. Y.
B'way
IMHV
I cant MiL eoothjng you ,
.lhD: Sot to come here' any more mum; lung ho Hiav I'm tired too. was left in the greatest j poverty -- ---- -. --- Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial
i 'IJie talks too much get tb-Jj-st time, win you try M \VlK-n: Dyu P,xro Woos in Berlin, toI,v AOEXTS WANTED Ift iest and fines fabTo Circuit of the State of Florida, Dad .

fj' "About whomr If I'd A gets; I would apply tt.Tbotm begged for an audience and told him her SELL PINLESS |U | I rice without pins. County, A. D. 1889.-//1 Chancery.

r:" *AUout yourself mum; be says you *JaoifsooJ Stop this riot. story. Ho promiMMl to (l<> all he could CLOTHES-LINES; IIU Clothes do not Albert M. Field )

i "*the most beautiful lln the city." O.o it, hOwb+rs Cryio/'s< cheap; un 1m return to Bra/.il. Swine dine no more clot .'- freeze to it and vs. > Divorce / .
Make H laud, and Ian, and deep. needed. It PINS cannot blow off Leahretta C. Field J
"He doc, n', seem to be such a bad t'1ai CetI, wnl the ux>auu 'houglat the Sins
'>- I>3 ri"")t there and make a noutxPa bad when tbe heav- It is a perfect Upon the bill in said suit being filed andf
after a1L I let him forgotten her oneday
guess you can can't buoy with ncmwniag boy; tiuj'cnjr winter line. Sample line sent by mail for due proof made, as appears by the affida-
e&Il oboe in a'while."-:'Texas Sif tings.O Xo: vuu fiiwuit have acv toJ-& H Jotter arrived from hor huabaml vit of complainant! to the same showing .
50c., also 50ft. line by mail 81.25 prepaid. ,
I U wxx.kl make an anxel weep. illelo-ling worry for her to como to I For circular, price list, terms, address the that the said defendant resides out of said

WM hpvcial s.a....... loud When nifbt youYM,screech tired count owl bbpe the elee you'D el sleep I Brazil lie related that a high official PINLESS CLOTHES LINE CO. State, it is Hereby ordered that a hearing

t Il Exit Bealist.1 bad our day called on him and toM him 17 Hermon St., Worcester, Mass be had on the facts charged in said bill on .
; -Muusey'sVivLJy that the emperor wished to bee him the the first Monday in April, A. D. 1890, and.

-------- next day; and at their meeting Dom that said Leahretta C. Field dos ar be-
;Making a' Not. of IV Pedro had made him promise to send for FOR SALE fore said court on or before said first Mon- e

.::; First Pi.'.-What are you entering in U*r.-Exchange. ; day in April, 1890, and plead or answer to

that little book? An inspiration? A -- ..- THE ELEOAJiT I said bill and defend against the same and
thought Looking Out for th. Putnr the facts charged therein and to do fnrther-
r happy
Sccotid Dittof'X3Ct.ly.. I'm making The other url'r.:../.> Willie came runnin RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF and said receive what said court shall considerin

a memo of the fact that I ate today. ;< home from t--jnx in 'a great hurry cause.
Chambers this
t Done at at Tavares 9th
Philadelphia Inquirer. Throwing his l, ,kts in the cJo...H he L.. K. BARNES, day of December A. D.18S9. _

asked his uv/thcr if there was anythingfor JOHN D. BROOME
-
Pluckingtotory from lkfrat.j him to do. Mamma, very much ROCK LEDGE, FLA., Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida in.

surprised, replied that there was, and and for the Seventh Judicial Circuit.
One-Third
Seven and
Containing
our "OHJlg friend was kept runniug.l ALBERT F. QUIMBY,
Acres of Land iron ting Indian River
and tKix until nearly an hour had on 3o Clerk, Juno, Fia.

1 a,; !e9 e9tt& elciy od. Then, seeing by the expr -lion Larger Roomy RESIDENCE-
inishcd. Also Three-Rf
trantly a
.
} on his lUotb.'r's face that there was of XOTI E.
COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One
.t,. nothing else to IK done, he said: the most desirable places in Rock Ledge TREASURY DP'T STATE OF FLORIDA,]

sir I II **I's Ix'en a ilood boy to-night, hasn't I?" hammock.For COMPTROLLER'S: OFFICE, y-

Yes," was the reply. "Do you intend price, terms, etc., apply to TALLAHASSEE, January 1, 1890, j jI .
to help me this way every evening?" William D. Ilarnes, Comptroller ot

"Well, not 'zactly. You see I toted Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla. the State of Florida, do certify that a
banking association under the name of the
my pants rn the way home from school
today and I had to )o something so's youwouldn't Indian River State Bank, located at Titus
& Co.
** A. M. Hamilton ville Brevard county, State of Florida
'
wallop -Philaddplria
** ine. and organized under Chapter 3804 Laws
I "I
:. 'ott want something inexpensive-for Times. TITDSVILLE, FLORIDA, of :Florida has this day tiled in this office
: a dollar. Those vases look nice. w ,
qgw much:"' I Put Yourself in Ills Place. Wholesale Dealers In proper articles 01 association ana organIzation -
certificate, and has complied fully
"V: The Terror (after a seance with papain
.
ml.yl' Er-yos, nifss. They'rex with the provisions of said act required to
(: 5tle't :,'.nine cents, miss; bet HI ,. the OOdshroWhen you were a lit- Indian River Oysters complied with before commencing the

{A iuat'I '",i;o uW ualLer, and 1 have I tle boy were you bad like me, papa? business of banking, and that said association -

( dlJut j4 iu w. .';"'n let IOu have them Mother Why, Johnnie What on Papa No. is hereby authorized to commence a..
.tv3ILr. u '-IL.rprsfir.Zt earth have you been doing? "Nor you didn't get walloped like I do? FISH banking business:: under the name of the

... Johnnie-Hghfn'. 'N' say, you owe "No; I did not." Indian River State Bank, and at the place.
.
W.w.i. ,'HI .JuI?". mo half a dollar on it. Know that tooth "That's the reason." Green Turtle and Game. above designated. .
'\ Ax IUXlUAin "What'a the reaaon1 What do Given under hand and seal of office
,; a.x.iie was recently en- was goin' to pay a feller to jerk? you my .
ted JnA court in Maine. you mean?* this the first day of January,A. D. 1890.W.D.BAKNES .
room "Yes.
Trio country All orders will rewire prompt and careful attention
trial ju..lUl. n 1.11;;, IMJIU1"U oticial!, I Well, Billy Differ knocker 'er out."- "Why, you can't understand the dttt. whether by telegraph, ,
t, '!ilh.. voice like a trombone, took it Texas Sifting '- .. ation as I do.".-_Phi1ade1 nquirer.I' letter or person. 11 3S- :Odays. 'ComptroUOoJ .





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..4 THE FLORIDA STAR; THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1890.

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THE FLORIDA STAR. A POSTAL TELEQRAPHSYSTEM. A Correction. Our Washington Letter.From The anti-administration Republican

POSTMASTER General Wanamaker has TTTCSVJLLE, FLA., Feb. 15, 1890. our Regular Correspondent] Senators did not make much of a aha...
THURSDAY. D. C. Feb. 14 '90. ing when it came to a vote
PUBLISHED EVERY outlined to the House committee on post- Editor Florida Star: WASHINGTON, on the confirmation -

offices and roads his plan for the Mr. Reed's puppets, the Republican of Mr. Morgan, the Comm
post
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor aM Miter The late Grand Jury in their general sioner of Indian al&ire.
establishment of a limited postal telegraph members of the House have humbly Only two of
week called the atten-
presentment this them voted the
$1.50 per Annum. system. Mr. Wanamaker asked obeyed their master's orders and the new against corfirmation.
I tion of his honor Judge Broome to an The Democratic leaders
Entered at the Post Office at Tit u vine a8 the support of the committee for a bill to alleged discrepancy between what they Rules have been adopted by the House. are now patiently in the Hoajc
Matter. invest the Postmaster General with authority -! indebtedness The Democrats made manly protests waiting to ascertain
Second-Class of the -
call "The
general report just what
to contract with responsible parties 1st 1890 against being robbed of their rights, but programme the Republicans
of the
January ,
is the county, adopting now that
THE STAR OFFICIAL newspaperfor propose they
bYe
to connect a certain number of post their arguments did not cause a single
debt
showed of
which claim only a
Brevard county. they their
offices with each other by telegraph, by debt which they Republican to vote against the edict of everything own way in that body
I $10.26, and the true .
The Star has the Largest circulationof providing wires and instruments to be the boss-nobody supposed they would.
on the East coast of Fla.A I fixed, approximately, at not less than A'OTICE.
any paper operated by postoffice employes. He 3500. Now that the bars are down and that LAND OFFICE, GAIXKSVILLE FLA

SQUARE la one Inch In space; 24 squares does not propose that the government If they had only followed the practiceof Congress practically consists: of Speaker Feb. 3th, b'jo.t; n i
make a column. lines I Reed and the Senate there is Notice is hereby given that
shall purchase or build telegraph and the great rejoicing thefoT-j
advertising rates enquire bf the Editor former grand juries appended inr.nlmed settler has til xl
but aims at the utilization of buildings I that thrifty class of people notice of his
atwo cent stamp. among
always enclosing report to their presentment no explanation intention to make final proof (In support
occupied by the government and ein- from the Board would now be necessary who thrive on extravagant government of his claim, and that said proof wiij &.

PHOSPHATE has been discovered in tile ployes now in its service to accommodatethe ; but, as they did not, some unfolding appropriations, and if one may judge or made in his before absence the Judge Clerk of of Circuit Court.
Indeed! The whole public in a business which, he says from: the number of schemes now before said court, at
state of Georgia. of the matter seems requisite.In Titusville. Fla.. on April aih: l>SOTix.
South must be full of it! should not be divorced from the post- the first place the report made under Congress calling for large amounts of Stephen Ellis LaG range. Fia., ILL
office, it simply being the carrying of "General money which seem to have the endorse- 12337 for theSe E. J X. E.x.E.lofS t ,E-
is
requirement of law not a report 4, Sec 15, '1'. 21 S.. I:. 34 E. lie
have names t5e
that there are more guestsat me* ges. He holds that such a services ment of leading Republicans, they
IT is claimed of the debt of the county, but it is following witnesses to prove hU coati
the Ponce de Leon hotel at St. Augustine the legitimate. work of the postoffice an account of the money received for the reason for rejoicing. If only onefourthof uou residence upon anti cultivation :cfsaid -
at the department, aud that the demand for the money asked for should be voted land viz:
previous
than on year tax and other
any given year by county from
facilities stations is the would be Michael! 1 English, Moses B. Metzgpr
at a Treasury
telegraph postal I by Congress,
same date. sources, and an account in detail of its disbursement i of Titusvilie. Fli. ; Lawrence J. tarlile.
proper and just one. by the Board. The Board of empty. The country may safely counton Thomas J. Cockshutt of LaGran ,Flu:

THE suit for damages Alex. St. Clair )[Wanamaker gave the committee County Commissioners of the respective the Democrats of the House to keepit 43 ALEX LYNCH, Kegwter

the J. T. & K. W. railroad, figures showing that in 1847, when the posted on what is going on if they can-
Abrams vs. counties of this State be, and they are The Great Social KetiuhlteT
has been transferred to Orange county. telegraph passed from the control of the hereby required to make out at their first not check the proposed: extra.agance.Senator ..Blue Blood" is still an essential

The suit is brought against the railroadfor >ostoffice department, the number of regular sitting in every year a full and Blair spoke four days on his of the great social question but after part all

burning the town of Tavares several letters mailed was 57,173,000; the number complete statement of all moneys collected educational bill this week. The opponents pure blood is the key of life and I*' P. p

tried in Lake last fall i of messages' transmitted by the Western received of this measure in the Senate have has achieved phenomenal success as a
years agoIt was by county tax or otherwise puriticant and corrector of ail
mis-trial. Over$100,000 Union Telegraph Company in the been working very quietly to defeat it, ailme: :
but resulted in a for county purposes and the disbursement arising from bad blood and its couth
are involved. last year was 54,108,000. The gross of the same, stating the name of aud now they are confidently claimingthat gent unhappy effects. For sale by al*

.. revenue of the postoffice department in each person to whom and upon what account a majority of the Senators are druggists.

IT is said that the President is thinking I 1871 was $20,637,000; the receipts of.the the same was paid and the date of pledged to vote against it. In spite of ABBOTT'S EAST INDIAN CORN

seriously of sending troops to Gads- Western Union in the last year were said payment, etc., etc. this claim the general impression is that PAINT removes all Corns. Bunions and

den county, Florida,because of the recent $20,783,000. The said Board of County Commissioners the bill will pass. Warts.

murder of Deputy Marshal Saunders. Whether Mr. Wanamaker's scheme is shall be, and they are hereby requiredto Col. Lamont, who was formerly Mr. Mercurial Poison.

"The Sayann.ah News suggests that if he i is really practical or not is to be determined, deliver to the foreman of the Grand Cleveland's private secretary was in Mercury is frequently Injudiciouslyused
and the discussion of it. which is boundto by quack doctors in cases of malaria .
wise he will think seriously several times Jury a copy of said statement at the first Washington this week for part of a day. blood
follow will show out its merits and He said his visit business but and poison. Its after tflect is
thing of that kind. Gov. was a one,
before said
doing any session of the Circuit Court of worse than the original disease. B. B,
Fleming is able to enforce the laws in its defects. The results of a postal tele- county next ensuing, the time specifiedfor lots of people thought there might have B. (Botanic Blood Balm), contain* BO

Florida. The President might as well graph system will be highly beneficialto : making out said statement, etc., etc. been just a little politics mixed up with mercury but will eliminate mercorU
where there was our country; the majority of the the business. poison from the system. Write to Blood
-send troops to Kansas, ([See McLellan's Digest, page 317, sec. 7 Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga., for book of COD-
an election riot the other day,and several newspapers favor it and we hope that and 8.) The democratic congressional cam- I vincing proofs of its curative virtues.

.. people killed, as to send them to Florida the matter will be acted on with due deliberation According to this itemized report for paign is practically complete,and further I A. F. Britton, Jacksonville, Teon.
by the House committee and writes: "! caught malaria In Louisiana,
1 the year 1889 the Board of County Com- announcement'as to its organization is and when the fever at last broke mYlfI-
IN speaking of the arbitrary rulings of Congress missioners had issued $10.26 more of not likely to be made until it is definitely tern was saturated with poison, and I had

Speaker Heed in the house of representatives warrants against the County Treasurer known whether Senator Gorman will sores in my mouth and knots on my
The Ticket Agent's Association that tongue. 1 got two bottles of B. B. fil
and the present aggressive political visited our State the past week failed to than the total amount of moneys receivedby accept the chairmanship of the committee which healed my tongue and mouth sad!
-character of the Republican party, the county tax and from other sources. which is now being urged upon him made a new man of me."
take in Indian River: did the
Why
National Democrat, of Washington, says : This sum, therefore, represents the general by the party leaders. Wm. Richmond, Atlanta, Ga..writes
Trunk Line" allow this?
"Tropical "My wife could hardly see. Doctors
'With a national election law putting debt of the county on January 1st, The hearings in the Ohio ballot-box called it syphilitic iritis. Her eyes were

.every polling place in the hands of such Enu Gallic. 1890. forgeries investigation, which were used in a dreadful condition. Her appetite

people as Benjamin Harrison has showna H. R. Holmstead is receiving new Now this, under law, is all the reportthe by Ohio Republicans to get even with failed. She had pain in her joints and
bones. Her kidneys were derangtd also,
fondness for appointing in his own"StatE' goods every day. Board are required to make ; but it each other on old scores have been and no one thought she could be carrd.

where he is acquainted with the I The bridge has been completed, thanks has habitually and invariably gone fur- closed, all witnesses discharged and the Dr. Gil lam recommended B. B. B.,which
and make his own .selections, she used until her health was entirely restored -
can
people to the liberality of Capt. John Carey. ther in the premises and given as sup- committee adjourned subject to the call *
and with several million dollars of thepeople's of its chairman The last .
plimental to the required report an account hearing was P.
writes
The steamers Nyanza and Kathleen, K. B. Jones, Atlanta, Ga-,
manufacturers
money in the hands of of all the financial transactionsand highly sensational. Foraker called Gros- hI was troubled with copper colored

and steamship owners, who would and sharpie, Belle are moored at Hodgson concerns of the county ; and so in venor a liar, and Wood elated that the eruptions, loss of appetite, pain io back,
of their boodle for Bros' wharf. aching joints, debility, emaciation, loss
gladly return a part this case was added to their report a forged document was prepared by Fora-
of hair, sore throat and nervous
protection, the Republicans feel that they Two new families are expected to arrive statement of the specialdebt of the county ker Hadden and himself. Wood has neh s. B. B. B.put my system great in fine con

.can snap their fingers at the public sentiment on the Eau. Gallie River during the represented as shown by outstanding in been detected in a good many lies, bat dition. 4i

which has already wearied of Presi. coming week. They will be permanent terest-bearing warrants, issued to sink there are lots of folks who believe he was -

dent Harrison and is running strongly settlers.Mr. the balance of the quarantine debt and pretty near the truth in this last state- NOTICE.
In the Circuit Court 7th Judicial Cin2,
against the Republican party, and is day and Mrs. Nesbitt, of )Melbourne to aid the Jacksonville SubTropical.By ment. State of Florida,, County of Dud*

by day setting more strongly in the di- and Mr. )McFaul of Leaforth, Canada, adding those warrants the Grand How's this for paternal government? Chancery.

rection of tariff reform.BREVARD'S were calling upon friends on our riveron Jury, I presume, got at the approximatedebt Bills have been introduced by Republicans ElnathanT. Field,!

-- ._- Sunday.Mr. of $3,500, and if they had appended in both Houses to prohibit any A.vs.Osborn. J> Injunction.Ezra .

EXHIBIT AT THE John McAllister reports plenty of the report to their presentment the changes being made in the boundariesof It appearing from the affidavit Cfei

SUB-TROPICAL. orders ahead in his business-that of exact debt would have appeared to every- any Congressional district until after S. Partridge, one of the solicitors for the

Brevard's exhibit at the Sub-Tropical drilling artesian wells, at which Mack is body by a moment's sum in addition.I Congress shall have made the apportionment complainant filed that the defendant In the above,Ezra cause A.(hbora.is hereto.

.. Exposition continues to be the leading fast becoming famous.R. will not ask you to publish, now, the of Representatives on the returnsof a non-resident of the State of Florida

..attraction there, especially in the line of P. Blatch has been placing build- long itemized report, made as requiredby the census to be taken this year. If and that his address and residence Ii aol at

'-. fruits and tropical luxuriance. Captain ing piles and cord-wood for sale at Hodgson law, to the Grand Jury, but for the Congress or a majority thereof can make Middletown that the said, defendant State of New Is over Jersey-twenty

Paddison has just received some fine Bros' store. This act is proving a information of the people will beg that such a law there is no limit to what it one years of age. It Is therefore ordered

pine-apples and pine-apple plants with great convenience to the contractors of you publish the aggregate of the various may not do. that you do answer demur to them

-the fruit partially grown from Mr. Jas. the houses at present being erected. debts of the county, shown by the reportto Representative Grimes, of Georgia,lefta the plainamVfc third day bill of herein March filed, A. D.011 1390.or b Iate else

Williamson's place, at Micco. This variety Messrs. Hodgson Bros' general store is the Grand Jury, as follows : Washington hotel because a negro was said bill will be taken as confessed. It Is

grown as the Trinidad, is one of and GENERAL DEBT. !seated at the same table with him. Pub- further ordered that this. notice be po>
addition
being painted an being
the largest and also the finest flavored putto i Amount of excess of waraants issued lic opinion here says that Mr. Grimes hshed In the FLORIDA STAB a newip j
the landing-stage. This store was likea TIn die i
TUusvllle
published at ,
varieties known, and Mr. Williamson'sdonation over money received from did per
right.
has been table in busy fair on Saturday night last, no all sources............................. $10.26 county of Brevard, once a week for font \
placed on a doubt to the great satisfaction of the Representative Blount's bill author- consecutive weeks. .
aisle. There also some SPECIAL DEBT. Witness A. F. Clerk of tM
the centre are izing the Postmaster General to erect Qulmby.
fine from Capt. T. E. Richards' proprietors.Mr. Amount of interest-bearing war- Circuit Court, and the seal of said coon,
pineapples post-office buildings in all towns where B'
John Aspinwall's new residence is rants issued to sink quarantinedebt at Juno, this 28th day of January. A-
farm at Eden. Our exhibit has just . ............................ $2,000 the gross receipts exceed $3,000 a year is 1800.
received a cocoanut tree which is growing completed and ready for the painter'shands Jacksonville! Sub-Tropical......... 1,500 warmly approved by Mr. Wanamaker. Al.BERT F. QCXMBT.
and another residence has been Clerk Circuit Court Dade la
well in the build-
and doing Sub-Tropical Since 1890 and against the General Senator Moody has introduced a bill
FOSTER & PARTRIDGE,
commenced for the
same gentleman, to
ing. Brevard's exhibit this year, occu- County Tax, now being collected providing for the erection of a post-office 42 Solicitors for Complainant
pies at least four times the space it did be occupied by Mr. Taylor who will be for last year, and which will building in all towns of 4,000 population. -

two years ago, and is admired and thoroughly left in charge of the property during the appear in detail after Jan. 1st, Senator Pierce has introduced a bill NOTICE.In .
summer season. 1891, we have issued warrants to Circuit Court for the ItK Judicial (
examined all who visit the
by the amount of....................... $1,10J for an agricultural commission to investi- roil in and for Breed county ad ,9 M
Exposition. Captain Paddison says he Eau Gallie is fast becoming a centerof And on account of Road Fund,... 782 gate the causes for the present unsatisfactory of Florida- Chanttry. A. D. I90

is not quite ready yet to display our trade for Brantley, Bovine, Tropic, These items were not mentioned in the condition of the agricultural Frank Forster, John F. Jekney I[

samples of phosphate, but when he does East )Melbourne Melbourne Beach, Ilor- report to the late Grand Jury for the interests. and Peter Koller,

the exhibit of this newly-discovered ma- ti, etc., our admirable harbor and deepwater reason that they would properly belongto The Postmaster General wants a postal- vs. '
Emma M. lIen-1
terial from portions west of us, will be to the shore being found a great next year's report. telegraph system, embracing those cities Apthorp Apthorp, Ellen, George Wentworth \

thoroughly "laid in the shade." .At convenience to parties landing from Very respectfully, having a free delivery system, to be established ry Apthorp, and Grace ..\pthorp.It *

present De Soto has a fine collection of steamers, sailboats* and other craft. ROBT. MORROW, at once. He made a long appearing by the affidavit of Geoff j

phosphates among the exhibits of that Our champion fisherman at present is 1 Chairman of the Board. argument in its favor before the House M. Bobbins agent of complainant Uw ;

--countv. George Mentsel. His score on Saturday committee on Postoffices this week. He Emma )1. Apthorp, Ellen Wentworth ;
Apthorp and Grace Apthorp rest
afternoon the 15th inst., was 651bs. inI I A Word to the Public. believes it would be a great convenienceand I within the United State but witno* j

IT will be seen by the letter of )lr. two hours, with a single hand-line. On Mr. W. ,\'. Cleaveland, the furniture that it would be self-sustaining. the State of Florida, and that Emm )t {

.- Robert )Morrow published in another Sabbath day he was again at it, bagginga dealer of Jacksonville Fla., offers the Ex-Representative Symes, of Colorado, Apthorp is of age and Ellen \\eot j,

'column this week that the grand jur 351b. salt-water salmon. George you people of the State at large the follow is here opposing Secretary Windom's minors.worth Apthorp It is therefore and Grace ordered Apthorp that: tw art

rather misunderstood the report hand should have been at Sunday School ; ing discounts for the month of March if silver bill. The House committee in I said above-named defendant do *Be ]

{": "in to them. Mr. Morrow's letter make good boys do not fish on Sundays. cash accompanies order: 15 per cent from charge of the bill has invited Mr. Win- or demur to said bill of complaint fledin

-the matter quite plain. It must also be Capt. John Houston Alf. Trafford and 1887-88 catalogue ; 7 per cent from sup- dom to appear before it and submit his this cause on or before the tenth day*
remembered that against the item of views. of)March A. D. 1890, or said bill be
Gus Snell] and
are proprietors managersof plement of 1889; 15 per cent refrigerator ken against them as confessed. It fur
C$1,500 issued for the SubTropicexbib- some of the best truck gardens in our catalogue of 1890 ; 20 per cent from Another big Republican editor has ther ordered that this order be palL***!

it, there will be a credit of about $900 or settlement. Eau Gallie is fast lookingup baby carriage catalogue. I will deliver been provided for by the administration. in the FLORIDA STAR newspaper v=c''e

$1,000 that our County is sure to receive as a shipping point for garden truck. all goods free of charge at the above discounts -I Charles Emory Smith, editor of the a week for four consecutive *ef* I

j as her prizes for our fruit exhibit, practically One of our amateur gardeners is planting during the month of March. This Philadelphia Press goes to Russia sa Witness the lIon. John the Court D. Broomt IIOG'f j I
Judge of said court, at
there being competition againstus. celery on hills. This is a new departureand is to reduce our large stock. I Minister. at Titusville this 4th day of February.

So that it may be said that the ac- is being closely watched by our experienced The Presidential proclamation open- A. D. 1soo.

tual indebtednessof County round gardeners, who are always The Chicago baseball team defeated ing the Sioux reservations in South A.. ASTzwA&T.Cl'k ,
?! Ca'
numbers, can now be placed at about open to learn anything of advantage to the St. Augustines this week at the "An-: Dakota to settlement, was sent out from Circuit Court Erevan
BOBBINS & GRAHAM
} $2,500. this business. cient City" by a score of 15 to 2. I If Ii the White House Monday afternoon. 42 Sol's for ComL aaau.Ii .




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.: Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oils, Boat Goods, Stoves and House Furnishing Goods, Etc. Etc. Etc. '



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1 NOTICE.fifrWixM CARDS. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.STXLIrqa. V

of Brevard County: QEOBG!: M ROBBINS, WALTER S. GHABAM,
! President Bret'ard becy Brevard Ab- : & TAyeLOR.
Tl.rinebeen appointed by the commis- Abetract Co. stract Co. ., t.
*J10f said county to represent her atthe I
Jackson- ROBBINS & GRAHAM, Indian River Florida
aiRnb-Tropical Exposition at Cocoa, .
on January 9th, 1890,
which opens
die, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
knowing the resources of the county as, ,
DEALERS IN
hesitancy in saying that I P. O Box 250, TITUsiVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida.
T cto I hare no of Will practice in all the ounties of the Seventh
La}believe, with a hearco-oration Circuit and in the Supreme Court. Special facilities
SJieople, we will for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles.
will the capital prize Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirsto
exhibit but capture for Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 Hardware Stoves Tinware
of 1000. It will be impossible me to Crockery
I therefore
stench and every producer; TJ L. GAULDEN, ,
rnest11 request everyone who has any- ,
worthy of exhibition to write me. I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
thirg is full exhibit of the pro- ,
we want a AND AGATE-WARE.
Whit .
or the county. We do not ask as a Titusville, Florida.
aecu
IIation; we will pay a fair price for all Paints Oils Glass and Putty .
c1 M. THRASHER, ,
.
uticlesr for some To the of ladies their domestic do we especially work. appeal A. ; : TABLE and POCKED CUTLERYPlumbers' ,

R. P. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, --
PADDispN ---
Commissioner. P. O. Box 20, OXFORD, FLA. and ,, -
Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh Mill'i I r BARBED WIRE
; ,
Sale. Circuit. and Supreme Court. 3 SuTmlies., ,
Lands For -- -------- -- ---
Choice Orange E. HEYSER, 8 WIRE
ALLEN NETTING
Three desirable tracts of high hammock

land, located on east side of East Doors Sash Blinds WIRE
Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains Attorney-at-Law and Conveyancer. V and CLOTH
,
M 88-100 acres, with a frontage of half Lake Worth Dade County, Florida.
I mile on the river, about eighteen acres Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade

)Urge cleared trees., a bearing Tract grove No. 2 contains and nursery 51 74-of County lands. BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, q--u.n.s: ,

100 acres, with a frontage of five-eighths JONES & ATKINSON, .tUNITION
of I mile on the river, about six acres SHINGLES and LATH ,

cleared, a small prove and many trees in Attorncys-at-Law, FISHING TACKLE.CSroods .
bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100
of one-fourth of a Titusville. Florida. .
with a frontage
acres, Ship Chaa..d1ery t
mile on the river, which is about four ,
miles in width. These lands are not un i J. T. SANDERS, Agents for ALABA&TINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Come

derWd with rock. No wise man of experience ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.
for his own .
would plant a grove t
use on land so underlaid. Perfectly I Will Circuit practice of in Florida.P. all the.Courts of the Seventh Judicial Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets. V

healthy, free from foe, malaria and frost.Beit i O. Box.235. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
minutes walk from house to ocean Money to Loan. 11 ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITY.Catalogues .

be ch.
For further particulars inquire of DR. L. T. DANIEL, sample cards and size lists'sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and

.Benj. Hall 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, estimates furnished promptly. .

Mass.,or of J. A. Shippie, agent, Georpanna DENTIST,

,Fla.Land COCOA, FLORIDA, STILING & TAYLOR.

and Groves for Sale. t

Having three places on and near the M.D. L. DODSON, I, Olyc3Le JStegfrri S-hiii/p Oo '

Indian River, I will sell any two of them
DENTIST I want to get into a strictly
,
ia order to better improve the other. FLORIDA. New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.
They are as follows: 121 acres on Her- TITUSVILLE,
ritt'i Island, quarter of a mile south of Aching teeth filled and saved without destroyingthe .
Merritt postoffice, $600 ; 10 acres, two nerves.. Roots Teeth crowned with sutataitially abcesses treated Plates successfully. of CASH SYSTEMOF
miles northwest of Titusville, with 500 I pure Para gum. Broken Plates mended. Badly I V
rix-yearold! orange trees, in good condition -[ fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted painlessly 8-
Washington avenue
Office on
I occupying almost half of the T

pound, $2,500; 10 acres, quarter of a S. GRAHAM, M. D. BUYING & SELLING --
with WALTER ,
sale north of LaGrange postoffice,
WO()twelve-year-old orange trees in fine Office Consultation 1.00
condition, occupying about half of the I Visits in Titusville $2.00.
Believing I can thus serve all customers. _
10 acres with a good crop of fruit. This Calls between 10 p. m. and 6 a. m.will be charged
last is the north half of the Kentucky double ratea.Obstetrical. While I will not refuse to credit

nove. Address Jerome Twichell, La- tion are positively cases,declined.and cases outside the Corpora- those who have favored me with their The,Magnificent Steamships,of this Line appointed to sail as follows ::

Grange, Fla.Tutt's. Standard Time.) _
trade, I cannot charge goods at figures New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.
F. LEWIS,
J made for cash before delivery. Mondays,Wednesdays& Fridays. Pier 29, E River. Tuesdays,Thursdays&Snndaja.

Monday Jan. 1.7, at 3 p m., YEMAS3EE, Sunday Feb. 2,at 1 p m
V PillsI'be CiVil Engineer and Surveyor, W dllE'.d\y.Jal1.. 29. t3p m., CHEROKEE Tueadar.Feb.aUam
Frida Jan. 31, at 3 p. m., DELAWARE, Thursday. Feb.6.at 5 a m
Titu\ille, Fla. For Cash Before Delivery : Moid:iy. rVb. 3, at 31'. iu SKMINOLE, Sunday Feb. 9, at 7 am.
Friday,Feb. 7, at 3 p m., IROQUOIS Thursday Feb. 13,at 10 a raMonday.
,whethtr Feb. 10.at o p. m.. CHEROKEE, Sunday, Feb. 1ft,at 1 p m
te.the debilitated B. BURCHFIELD, Wednesday.: Feb. 12,at 3 p. m.. YEMASSEF Tuesday Feb.18. at 4 a m
lode fr..ciriii ui excess,or exposure of work In of mind or R. Flour, per bbl...............':$5.60 to $5 75 Friday, Fflb. H, ut:4 p. n1., DELAWARE, -. .. Thursday, Feb. 20,at 5 a m
Moiidav Feb. 17, at 3 SEMINOLE:: Sunday Feb.23. at 7 a m
Malarial COUNTY SURVEYOR. Coal oil, per allon..................... 20 Wednesday, Feb. IV\, at p.3 in.p. m.- IROQUOIS. Tuesday, Feb.25.at 9 a m
Regions, receive prompt 12J Ibs. granulated sugar............ 1 00 Friday Feb. 21, at 3 p. m. CHEROKEE .. .. Thursday. Feb. 27,at 10 a m
witt!Iuft TaU's riDs tho most genial Orders by calls mail in will as 14 lbs. C sugar........................... 1 00 Monday WeduesdAy Feb.Feb.24, >at,3 at p.3 m.p.,m. .- YEMA.DELAWARE SEE,, Tuesday Sunday,,Mar.Mar.2,4,at at 1 230 f m p m
'ta"hra gUd.the ewer offered tlio suffering attention as person. Fla. I 15 Ibs. choice rice....................... 1 00 Friday Ftb 28, at 3 p. ni. S-EMIXOLE, Thursday Mar.6, at 4 a ta

Address: Georgiana, 14 Ibs. best rice........................... 1 00 For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply toJ.
Try Them Fairly. 14 Ibs. XXX soda crackers.......... 1 00
A. LESLIE: Sol'L, JsckR"nville; T. O. IGF:R. Traffic '(aJlaZn. R BcrwUog Green New Ycrk;
., Vigorous body pure blood, strong I TA RUE P. ELY, 50 lbs. corn meal or grits............ 1 00 JOHN HOWARD> F. F. A., Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER, F P. A.,Jacksonville.ATM. .
V berve..ud a cheerful mind will result. 24 lbs, best patent flour............. 1 00 1'. CLYDE & CO. General Agent. 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia J b. Bowline -
': SOLD EVEEYWHEEE. Notary Public for the State at Large. 2o ibex fancy flour,: ......., ............ i m' Green, :New York.

,:.T: Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. D. S. meat:lard and picnic hams.. OS

CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof Boneless Dried beef.ham....and.....breakfast..............bacon........ 15 131 MALLORY'S NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINES. 1
HODGSON BROS over 30 years' experience. Natural Rye flour and Graham flour........ 041

: finish a specialty. Buckwheat flour........................ O-H
I Melbourne, Florida. 6NEWSPAPER Steel cut oat-meal.. .................... 05
Navy -beans (good-)..................... UoJ New York Philadelphia Boston & Florida.
1AN'S Best Navy beans...................... 08J ,
U
f, General Merchants N A Lima beans............................... OSA Sailiug front FERNANDINA, Fla., Every THURSDAY.XEW
SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Pea, per quart............... .....10 to 121 } YORK Every FRIDAY at 3 m. '
Lady peas, per quart.................. 20 j p. .
THE l'IOSEIn.GEXCT.. Florida syrup, per gallon............ CO IRON 8TEA3IEES :
Florida. addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN Can corn, per dozen...... ;1.35 to 215 R.io Grande, ,
i Eau Gallia, For terms and sample copies Can apples (3 lb.), per doz........... 1 35 Capt. Connor.

", Can tomatoes (2 lb.),.................. 1 00 State of" Texas
15." Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. Can tomatoes (3 lb.)................... 1 35 E Capt. Williams. ,
INDIAN RIVER. Can Okra and tomatoes (3 lb.).....2 00

SAT. :R.. KNOX, Champion or nose milk, per doz.. 1 35 City of San Antonio,
Butterine (cooking butter), 20 and 25 Capt Wilder.
the
t Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by AND SIGN PAINTER, Butter (best creamery made)...... 30 Steamers leave Fernandina upon arrival of train leaving Jack
HOUSE Chicago baking powder...........2 for 45 sonville at 9.uO; a.m.
&L Day Week or Month.! FLA. Patapsico .............2 for 45 Passengers from Titusvillf Indian River. and East Coast poi ts. arriving in Jacksonville from J.,T.
I TITUSVILLE, 3 pounds of cheese for............... 50 & K. W. Railway mike connection with morning and afternoon trains for Fernandina and Steamers M
kinds of work done with the brush adver'ised. _, _., ____t___ _._.....__.., ,__ Fernandina.
Any and ail arri.lug \\ednesoayana Thursday evemuK sill i>cSCHEDULE .U'u..uaLEA'.E at
3 mo 40 Paas n!era
FOR SALE Special attention to inside finishing. FOR FEBRUARY.
; HTKAMEM: LIAVK FZL & >nu.
r HAYING BOUGHT THE INDIAN !My Stock is too LargeTo Friday FriaFeb Jau.EW, 3M 7tb YOLK - SUte Rio Grande of Texas, - Thursday Thursday,Feb.Feb.14th Ctk

RIVER BAKERYWe Friday. Feb. lUh State ofTexaa. Thursday,Feb. 20th
The Grove Rio Grande Thursday, Feb. 27th
Indaj'. Feb.ilst -
i' Bagger will Keep on Hand Every Day fridA\ Ftb. :2>th 3 State of Texas, Tbur.day.luch, eth

CAKES PIES Quote Every thin!, For General inforu.ation J.apply M.: to CUTtER Gen. Pass Apent, 77 West Bay trht. Jacksonville Fl*
;'zlterritt's Island, Indian River, FRESH BREAD, G. M. HUBBY, Agent,foot of Centre street Fernandin, Fla.
i
Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South. ETC. ALSO A Corresponding Range of Trices C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. T.

Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostly I Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger .
will be given. ECE30TOH.
and c. J.
,
ia bearing, besides Limes, Guavas A. FRO SCHER
Bananas, and about 8 Acres of uncleared Ale and other Drinks ,
FLORIDA. Hardware and
Land. TITUSVILLE,
: Beautiful situation,overlooking the Indian ALL ORDER -RECEIVE PROMPT GEO.B.RDMPHTITUSVILLB. Keeps afull supply of metallic and wooden I I

and Banana River. ATTENTION.S. General Produce
For terms and other particulars ad- Coffins Cases and Caskets. I

dresa A. BELCUEtt & COMPANY, *

Dr, IVittfeld, Georgiana, Fla.; PROPRIETORS promptly Funeraji{executed attended and if deired.11 at reasonable orders rates. MERCHANT. Floridai

Or, F, H. GOULD. 15 Roseville ave., TITUSVILLE, FLA. Embalming done. I Melbourne. -
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e THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1890.iFRoi .

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: P. A. Walton, the clerk who stole $35,000 1 ""

; SIBERIA. from the Pacific Express company, at Dallas 19 Wants. RAY i' :;' l'It

Tex., it in Canada, near Detroit s. 1. ; .' .
I
,
The Canadian exodus resolution was defeated .
I$;
-- : i,
Oarsman Hanfoa: has sent O'Courvcr. at j
; A 1otb\r Fearful Massacre of Exiles San Francisco, a challenge to row at Duluth j ---0J. -- TITUSVillE, FLA.

in August, attar the! Australian retd k '
w :. JJ.r Russian Tro)ps.I I II O'Connor has accepted the challenge; i iI ii t _

I 1 I l"t-rlOuual. I Ii i J.i 8.V A TSDN & CO I

Cipher Letter Reachos Rus-i|i Gen. Sherman !'
I Saturday, celebrated the: '
:, .; sian Refugees in Paris. .. seventieth anniversary of his birth. '! Can'l Merchandise

The Massachusetts Humane x-k'ty hasI: FORWARDING ,

awarded a gold modal to Cap Noimm H. j a .
A Number of Female Prisoner Suicide F-irquhar, of the United States fcteauisrTrentoa i I Schedules in Effect Xov. 17, 1"'t .

:- for Fear eft Inhuman Treatment-The for extraordinary coari.w ualbravery STORE. Trains of this line run on Central StanJrd lPis

Men R K-,,,.' Revolt In Consequence displayed in the rescue of ;.iOl thuilicers i : Time, and! arrive' and depart from the
and crew of the UiiiUvt bUitct ji AND GOIMISSIONTiTUSVlLLE I J. T., ,\: 1.11'. and 6. F..k W. Union de-
and H *?.*n::' i I ttejjner Vandalia, at Apia, Samoa, iLhrrh'J pot.
La)>orr JN'-uiiiie--J-'orel.n. !
: 16 1SSD.
J' | West India Fust 3Iuil.
P..UI' Frb.: .3. Russian refugees in Dr. Ham Griffin Mary Anderson's mmii i I propose to keep: I NO. 27 i 11'1.4
t
this city i.r.y" received a cipher letter ager, admits her engagement to AusouiaXavarro. 1 2 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 ;jQ; a 111

dated .astern Siberia J*ec. 2S, A wedding tour of the United i MERCHANTS 1 3li P m..Green Cove Spring..o 21! un

stating ilia- atlame Sihida. a lady oft,, States is a probable event.' A First-Class Stook 2 30 P tit......... ..Palatka.........?4 :2-ian, :

noble b.rth.nd lately a icho.l teacherin The coroner' inquest in tha Tracy fire i< 'j 3 GU p m....... ...Seville ........_3 (r> a ID
closed, and the jury's verdict isj "That Jo- I 4 13 m..DeLand Junction....
JlosOow, who is serving out a penal p 2 n 1J; aID
s phiue ilorel came to her death by the j 4 23 ...Oran
ill. J
e City
sentence i'o/ bring found in tho p),sas- -Of'GROCERIES- p ul1C..ltj a m
bUt niujf of the Tracy residence, and that tht FLORIDA. 5 lJ; ...... ._
sion ; ".* docuinente hascommit P m. Sanf mL.........1 r a
ia !a* .f "onary 111
i cause of thfire is to the jury unknown, I 8 13pm..........Orlando..........H 401,13
"! 'J.',; l- .
-* ,' I t I and that the loss of life at the afro war I -:0-- r liOpm.........Kissimmee.......10 ."*"
Mad i 'la. who beautiful
: a pin 1
I..l. was
: ad enw.l insults very, 'ored largely due to its exceptionally: : rsi'i'jj; 10 131): m..........Tampa........... 7 ;30 $
W<<.I: :x. ?; re- o sprea her by *h.. .:!Fr't-k r of the prison. In Ex-Chif Justice John Welch, of OUo, is | WE WANT 10 4o p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv. 630 p ra

conset-iU'/? oa .:f her !s') doing j>he was da: g rou.lj ill at Athens. His is Pullman IJuiivt Sleeping Can Utwetn:

stripped .s-. to ,::e I in the r>rov.r ce of doubtful, ts he is b6 y ars oMi reoov\.ry : ; THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE. New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 gtopa -C

all tV T .." Ti tlw pri-;n. J,. Hria;:: a re- ,i Mrs. Grover Clevelujii-s 011 i at Kiss-immee for sUpper. Nos. 14 and 27 11sj1
newai! j"r : and (inflect at Port Tampa with Plant
u-nii'atlou sutieringshe steamship
her scho-J-1 life at V.'eils: (%):.L5: Aurora, I! WE WANT -
co;.'!:;>!> .eiuicide" by taking! poison.ThM No Y., Fi.liy. I Lint for Key West and Havana. Ships

'* .- eavs that several other., There is no linger; any doubt tL.*.t li'ptvscut&live : You to be sure to Come and See u+ DRY GOODS ail from Port Tampa on Mondays and

femnl' *;. '>.aoprflicnding t-iuiilar liauUaiT't ciliuoa L erit-icaL When come to town. Thursdays on arrival of train No.. :7
treat: + ? :. r<;>e kille '*!'eme! : 's. j you connect at Palatka Junction with the FlorIda
I
/ uiivltj
itillily her .I:
.. 1 I ; > e oUt as a kxiiui+ r at -
OD h .' :'r : f the-<* occurrences the Uui. tt eater I Southern Railway.RAINS' .
;n
iiare txiiiduy ulglit 'rhi1rt.'tcil't.'l
mal .*. t .vifuil-l ai.. Kara olte i WE WANTTo NOTIONS
ro [ here" 81,400. mTWEE.DEL...\ D JUXCTloX:: A5DDELAX1J.
,
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I I
en uj i* '. & M .he troops being called
.
Treaiui'or IIu Talk to You.
toa says that he has i j)t informed -
out t* >'iV-j ;Uu a fearful ma-saci-e: his Lv DeLand NoSO No32 No34 No36N3
., j nnybcnly of mto-ttioa: lo r t. ,';"n.
and whouiiItorturing and flogging en- The prvd
sued. ---- i iBERI. Elmory Smith' of The PLik, to Ar DeLand 4:40a IhlOa 1::3Qp 2A)p 7H)5p

'....nl.!,'"'. It..u n.......tpt. { be minister to Russia.Criuit'S To Work'itli You.
No31 No33 No3o No37 Nu39
./*% Veb.: 13.: -.In* North < crmanGa.e stud Citsultiif*. WE WANT Lv Dt>Lan: l3:40a 8:20a l:30a lOfchi: 3.30o
tx* :;;>-j"i'e? there, not rtxvtot i on .Deland r
I Two men ware kill l and thrtM .rotiikk\l
the la' or out,tion addressed The by the emperor in a fight with negroes in Bibb eouuty. _\lL.I To Post You on the Markets. Junction.3:3oa 8:40a ll:4.!2.-07p 410p
rriuce Bismarck. ,
1 to r-ason .|I Liege )1001tlw numleivr" (... .ura ALSOCROCKERY Trains 3S and 39 run daily. Nos.;Oand )
; 1Ie Ittas
the
t" inital inquiriM
lor nrr r confirms -
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\ 'W ince. Knj land. B Jjium I Hyatt, wu h hanged at Ckveiw-iioix, .<. CL, WE WANT; 31 run on :\londlYs.'e nl aTS and
; Friday. lie died proh-tiug Lis ion- c :('e. fridays only. No 34 and 3.) ruu io and
and wit'rhnJ. is to be found in the To Ship Fur You and See to Your Shipments GLASSWARE
elope os-r.il.x"ce: ; existhvsj between the i Sjimuel Itloi'gaii, at IU uiei-eck, c. V was rum Eeres-ford ou Mondays, Wednesdays
labor \\'mClt'J in tIO"e: countries and : blown Ly ayu.-4.mite iutouca C..o ;!",o l-. that here. and Fridays. All others daily except Sun
LLOIIO cf thvun' can be toui that in Germany as f'\' :.< nDlified by the
,' -Uo A strike fund will l e' estabiiaie.1 b: the WE WANT HARDWARE Sooth }'Ioridat.commo ut oD.
cool 'isricts.Tho .
rec n; rr: In .
.. I Ftx1er..tiat of Lai-or aat4i+ sii>.>.>.t <1htye: No. 23. \0. 66.
"i! .n.. The O-v.ctte continues To either Handle most of the
Buy or
is in ')!'-; .,rnto: the economic and social who may sijti'jr from the 'jufoirviirm. t thE AND 8 30 a m...Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 15pm;
'I condition.vorkinKmen in other countries eight-hour itiw. Fruit and Produce of this sectionof 9 XI a m... Green Cove Spring..5 lZ> p ID

lb in'* .!tn;: Italy, Denmark and I' Several stnaU bm wviv di-owi,,.ilvhile the country. 10 3.5 a m....,.... -Palatka4 25 p m

Sweden. Switzerland has instructed 'i bolting at S,:%* i )rl**!>>. Ship Chandlery Goods. 11 39 a m...........Seville ...........3 03 p m
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her re-T-rrs r.rtive* to invite' other government Cue Uttiii w.*.- k..trl audtJivs--j! ;*:yi* d by WE: WANT 12 30pm... DeLand Junction ...2 11 pm 9

-. 10 participate in th/ approaching 'I an exi'loi-Mi at '.'-> S;.. Ptul0: '.. rs:* 12 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 03 p m 1

labor roifer'nce at Bern?. This Five of th- j e cdI nits ot Eli l.t'f.} at Y pu to Know, if we cannot Buy Your These will be the main features* of 3 35 p m........:Titusvflle.........11 57 am 1is

Bho'va Vat the kaisers proposnls! have I Blountsvilie, Iu!., 11in j ui, au:, W- r.tntEhave Products, We Can Ship it for You. business: but orders sent me for anything my- 120 P m..Ar Sanford Lv..1 30 p m
been if uixl
for .
not led to the abandonment ot the :I'-eme too'others.
kept in any store in Titus-: Daily except Sunday. No 23 l'UnoectlPalatka

conference. t.rr.. u. WE WANTYou ville will be promptly filled. with Florida Southern Railway,

n"cc orere VlrtoHon CarJiu'tl Tai, brother of tho PiX, died Connection made also with Indian 3B

OJ.\>y1, Fel h. 13.-The strike of the S"ur.'my atterto.oi. to help us to make Titusvillea liver[ steamers at Titusville to and from

Dundee dn','{ laborers which wna in. The duck: laborers Dunleehavt+ 'Il1Ck. distributing point for the Productsof landings on Indian River. t>
>rminatod Kin? Carlos has subs-TiooJ 7J3-: augarate.l Monday, was Tuesday U the river, and sell our t ,
d-st'-Uao fund. The nod dv .
(
by the masters conceding ti.e de- qua :+riioeahive :
: *.ul-wcribed 30,000 e ch. Products here. No. 15 No. 78
mantra of t'
e men._ .
-.. .--. Telegrams from Aden .K> not cumithe Or any Country Produce my customers 3 35 p m-Lv Jacksonville Ar..12.0 pm

Das'arrily Otttf.ip* :>> W'llte Cap1 recent report-of the UKU MKTJ, of a i-' -Miich WE WANTIn or friends may bringto 3 33pm..GreenCoveSpring..JJ 37 ant

TEURB HAUTE, Ind., Feb. 14.A crowdof caravan by Woni'ibs in Africa. On \ln ronti market.I 4 30 p in........._Palatka .........10 45; am
fact and do it
White Caps took; diaries Clemens, a 'ary, tin to:%)'tvas report the arri 'xl at to save you money, can 5 40 p m.........-Seville- .... ... 9 30 a m

half-witted .man, at Lancaster, Clay liarrar of tha caravan in queblk>a. if you will help us. ask for a share of the public 6; 38 p m.-Deland Junction... 8 44 am
county on Saturday: n'':::lit, and whipped; It is reported iu ];ru&rL* tnt th. --oflee and patron- 6 49 p m..Orange City Junc... 8 30 a m
him unmercifully anti gave him until harvest iu Java will bo !>*.!. WANT age, come as a supplicant, not a 7 30 p m.....Ar Sanford Lv.- 55am

morning to leave: t ;wn, Clc"n1.en.did M William Walter Phelps, \vifo ,Jt' the die tator, asking for your favors.If Daily except :Sunday.No. : .

not roach home until Late Sunday 1U rn. American minister Gonuaay, w.... presented You to know we are head-quarters for courteous treatment,good 78 connects at Palatka Junction with

ing. Soma of the witches u ed"\vt
inch tlioi. Clemens' o.leuae was the .dorick the candidate for Sanford and Lake Eustls liallway

mistr .. his mother. Thi, France declines the invitation of Germany favor
% .ta ut of w'i. WE WANTTo public LEAVE "ARRIVE: t
brou': 'n by the HTS >ns worV:aa )t.- to an internet km U l.' )>u rae then I'melected. No. 81 No. 83 No. nO No 81

weak 41.;Jr. i up to su--h m ext.nt tit a: ln She: has already actx'i.l tb-j Svi< i_:vit-i- Sell you your Orange Boxes and 7:40 pm 9:00 a m-Sanford.8:10 a 1:10 p m
woul i home and Uwk his h ttou to a labor ooufeit a to b. h.'d iu
K'' :U in<-> <-r. 'lay. 8:01 m 9:30 mPaola.759a 12:47
--- Orange: Wraps, and will do it if'you p a pm
NumM'i'Ui White notices han Leon
Cap Labor Nota.n.Alaska for Chattanooga Plow, Co. 8:34 p ni 10:22 a m.80rrento7:3.Ja 1::1; pm t
sent out in loncaster and Clay City of will come.to see us. Agent 8:48 10:46 12.03
shaft, the Philadelphia aul 'lead p a ni.MtDora.7dr2a pm
late. Chilled Plows and
lug company's largest colliery,clos1 <:.. 1 >du- SugarCane 9:00 4' mll:10 a m.Tavares-7:10a 11x0 pm
itcly Friday. Onethosuand haix'aruti.tvwn. WE WANT :Mills.; Daily except Sunday. No. 18 connects

HEWSJN SRI=:!?. out of employment. at Sanford with West India Fast Mail. No.
-- Furnace No. 2, of the Chestnut Hill IronOre You to know that we are Agents for the S. I-I. P. 82 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand
Von.h."tI.* or 1nIcrt..tli"
n rletn
*
; on
Rock Lime and will furnish t L3/
Ocala
company at LancasUT Pa., \\os started Sanford accommodation for point m
"w rio. "bleou.
Friday after several, years' klU-i's. The it low down. North.
Th? Club National of Montreal
,
Preachorgaairatiou
,a
furnace will manufacture Be&ieicor pigircb. Indian lliver ExpJ'e1jH.No. .
adopted ro.>lu ious favoring .
an independent WE WANT 27 No. 78
:
nationality. A miners strike is threatened unless thi HERE ARE AGAIN !
The phoiio;;rapix i* th. latest: alt..dr to be WE 12 40 p. m..Lv. Jacksonville Ar-12 40 p m t
'worVt\r bra nickel in the dot. A company operator of Ohio Pennsylvania, Itdiara and You to know that we burn our own # 30 p m..Palatka..1U 45; a m 1

HA formed in the ouat SatuHay niorn- Illinois sign the interst&to scale. Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, 4 13 p m......DeLand June-.... 8 44 a m 1I I

tug. The Fire li ix>....L 4 23 p m..Orange City Junc... 8 30 a m
give bottom prices.
The oc;
thought to still exit in IVunsylv.ini.. and by fire Friday. 4 49 P m..Enterprtse........ 7 50am
WE WANTYou
the murder ot i'atvidc Hague, u ..:.vial Fire on the wharvo at PorduiKl, Mo., did J W. ROGERS & GO 5 OC p m.. ........()Kteen.......... 7 Od: a m

Officer o' the It<&...!iiag railway, e4 J't..t ; ix- $100,000 damage. to know that we handle Cement 6 12 p m-....... LaGrange....... :512am
Tille, I*a.scriU-1 to tSwn. A'IM,..V 4- ked Firs destroyed a window glass factory at and Plaster Hair. 6 20 p m-.Ar Titusville LY_. 5 00 a m

on a wheelbarrow a f.-w fat a"'-i.' .';atel Findlay, O.Several Before an intelligent appreciative and Daily except Sunday Steamers leave Ti*

that DdtmU iCoilay and Jouu .,...""i, ...Hoe- businwa houses weN destroyed by tusville daily.except Sunday, for all point
men, 'MrcuIU n ..*-t a lid i'd kxA&zmrui fl re ut Huntington, W. Va.SCIEHTIFICAMERIGAN. Loss, $l,ooo. WE WANTTo discriminating public, present ourselvesand to Indian River as far south as Melbourneat

..\>avictxl a: Iaaiaiiaj>?:i" of inurderinjt - impress minds that we make our bow, announcing that we 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne
Kertb-i Eli, has been sr.t
haut4 May :=a. represent are candidates for their favors, good m for all points south as far as Jupiter

TLer It a theory that for Trwy Ir.. '"aiicau.seJ Thompson & Edwards, wishes and cash.' connecting then with stage for Juno aDd all
!
by the explosion of a loin,* u,.- t :-d &STA&USHED (84SiIt : landings on Lake Worth.
been turned low and left bur;.ins 11 tna the oldest and mr t popular telenUfla mad of Chicago, Halliax Hirer .

parlor. I I r.iecManieal of paper any paper pnbUabed of lt.and Claw baa In tb the. Urgertnroalatton world.Tilly The largest manufacturers of Fertil- As blood i is thicker than water, so is 27 Exprettg.No. No. 78
Andrew Carn gie has offered t > expo $1 ; tiliutrated. Beet class of Wood BD< ,
000,00) for a central free j ins:.. PuMUhad weekly. Send for specimen izers in the west and keep constantly cash better than credit.re propose to 12 40 p m-.Lv Jacksonville Ar-12 40 p m
library and .
branches far the city of Plttsburg, pro idod I Cu;-!. Pries&i'On$3 PUBUSHXBS a year. Fonr,:361 month Broadway.trial.N.T.$1.MUNN on hand the following brands of their get out of the old ruts and Sell our 2 20 p m.....\r Palatka Lr.._10 43 a m

the city wilt maintain them. I Goods : 2 50 p m...-Lv Palatka Ar.._ 9 iii P m

StatoS Attorney I*.,:avo*a+cker, of Cb If BUILDER Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hart 6 00 p m..........Orraond.......... G 23 p m
say th,rw i
DefctituiHXi prevails in Hauu'ltoa i A great nooejm.' Each luae oontalna colored World of Good, for Truckers. Daily except Sunday.

Kan., owing; to failure of crops. About one- llthotrraphic plates of country Numerous and city rwsidence Pure fine Ground Bone. Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, No.,
I i I or public bnUdlnxt. engraving
third of Uv pupiuatkta in the of We handle a first-chit line ofOlotliirig 82 West Bay street and Union depot
art want. j I and full i'Uu and ei iclfl cation* for use at
The pok:, ordered hi when i II .cf'h.,con tern pUt bnildioir. Price tl-W fear, I Blood] Bone and Pota h.Phicao"Bone Jacksonville.J. .
bishops :,hl..a copy. MU>.N & CO. P ITBLlSHJUiS.:
ever influenza ha been to let the pooj-le eat I i Meal. A. LAUXERD, Q. D. ACKEBIY,

what they cL ooes without ru>traiut. I I : Dissolved Bone. Supt. Gen. ra.c. Agt.

Serious storms occurred Friday in mauy i rm. 1i -rsm.'beaeeur- ,, P. LAWSHE Ticket Agt.Ttuavilie.

part of th) comatry, particularly m the : WE WANT D. F. JACK, General Manager.: '"
north stt. | S <0 1":1T'1"' experience and have made over --
A haminxi women demolished tho two i I liOUU applications for American and For- You to know we keep on hand Both Ready-made and to Order. GEO. E. CHASE. A. O. CHAPPKLL.GEO. .
eiit n patents. S nd for IliuiCbook. torreetritUy -
saloons at I\throp Mo., and poured the pundeD., '-\Il1ld.ut Sulphate of Potash, CO.
E. &
liquors into the Butter.: I IElljih TRADE MARKS. Land Plaster, OurGents' CHASE ,

LaJd a colored d. ,'xru k) off! In ese your mark IA not rseUtered in the Patent -
BlonctsvILs,1I lu-y county, Ind., wa: shot ;. onto, apply t" MCX.V bciwl i for Co.1lslldbouLi ai,.! proc,,'"* Canada II. W. Ashes, SHIP CHANDLERY
eUtita protection
,
to death by en ar. 1cd 7>os e. i i cnl'YRU-:11T: for books chart, Inapt Tobacco Stems and Furnishing Department
The Gentiles carried the Salt Lake erection u.:., qsic-iy pr&curtil. Adilrca HARDWARE
Cotton Seed Meal.
by l&to: majority 't! ut'X: &: CO., Pitteut Solloltor..u.L ..
.-.. BEOADW. N. tIVoticc. Is Complete. lobby Hats from
Castle Ganlen must go and with it the occupation !: ( O.'U"K: 3C1 WE WANT

of the sharks who fed on ignorant, I; Tr-ial first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the Patent Logs Ire Bije Bteiiii

defenseloes imiatjrant Tu government has All persons having claim, :1:1in.t the You to Give Us a on something..1 I FISHING GEAR: LATEEE3.
I SPEUCE
agreed that immigrants shall be landed estate of Sophronins TwiHiell. be J of i most fastidious Trunks, Valises 'and Jt JI I

on Governor's Island. The park at tho Battery Brevnrd W'EXT Agent for Devi IV' P-iMt Tale
will : county. Florida. l'wn ct 'l, arc Hand Satchel, ton low to quote. & t
In the now ue made attractive' again a*itwa required to present them tlni! uuthenti- To merit your K.tronage by fair and Life Preservers, Tt-nt A AWBIH-- Co..
days of the Knickerbocker: :! cited." to ) within! th,time Patent Anchors.BOAT
undersigned .
The Cuthniic cardinal at Berlin honest dealings, and we mean business. For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we cannot .
urge law thin Astir be
require by or iv'll I
Catholic workmen's unions : GEAR OF ALL Xll.T})&
to head off So- TRY US.ResiKrctfully be excelled in the
dalisnA \. pleaded iu bar of th ir collection ; and 1 county.

bill"tai been bitroiuced nil persons in debt to !sai.lsuit" are re 1 Correspondence 4 licitcJ T.Jl'ho e
prevent tha In congress to quired to make immediate jiynHnt to h$. I -t\- We earnestly ask" an inspection of our 266.
gdrryoiauderingof,
cotigrMbional This February 7th. l;90.I '
districts Goods before buying elsewhere. .1'0; 88 90 L\ St.
I AARON Cuyb.\xl>. $. $ lJqy ,
.. A hospital Is to be established at Hot I'I'I I
"* NARY <' .
Springs for disabled and rbutamatia veterans 'x.KVELANH.AOm'r Js1 WATSON & CO. J.tcdsoYu4LE. VLt,
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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, FEB. 20 1890. 7

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!, :
l -' MEN YOU HEAR OF. It is a fact well known to pigeon fan- Bucklcn's Arnica Sair'e. .

ciers that the two eggs laid, by pigeons THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts .../;

gjaia Pasha has been made a doctor of almost invariably produce male and Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever I' 1' ."q

1bfoEoPbY. female. Some curious experiments as i Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains i79 4' 1

Thomas A. Edison, tho inventor started to which of the eggs produce the male Corns and all Skin Eruptions, ":.' .. ; L1.\) ".. 5 1

in life as a newsboy. and which the female have resulted in and positively cures Piles or no pay re- .

the new member the showing that the first egg laid is the uired. It is guaranteed to give perfect .... $
Brewer,
jcstic*court, is a tall man with dark fema'.o: and the second the male. satisfaction, or money refunded. Price r JG, ...."- 40{ 8%4'-0 r
2i: cents box. For sale by Dixon -"Q
super &
per <,.V :
A soluble y
brown eyes and a swarthy skin. pigment has been found inthe Grey. 1019. \ ; \. '. "
bait, Vl' .
has published no fewer spines of the South American tree $ /.J .-$ ,; Q .
Gladstone .
){r. < c. i-
$
299 books and pamphlets, exclusive porcupine. The quills are tinged with "V 7 @ ,,?-. .$-< o,,'> ..<)
THE .
than newspaper and magazine bright yellow and tipped with dark INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER f\Y W C -i> ,'! V
of numberless LC The '" <$ } 'f
Wl1. yellow will !
i dissolve ordi- '}' .'" $- ," -O, o:
srpclea nary water but the brown resists the "' ,,'Yo: c"'a.' ..'tc .::... ">.G s

The, postmaster general of England solvent action of alcohol and chloroform. _...\}' .$ $$(' ,o v '.j'o #-' -.5. la

bolds in London alone freehold property though it yieUs to ammonia and .; ; 1 1.4t 0j
potk\h.1 .
2,250,000 all !- .
the value of acquired .\..vo( ;<,- "

to pot of the annual revenue. The New Discovery.You I '#%' "''.. ....c'". ? .... o ... 0<-
-
'C'of, -o" q ". '
Peter Lechner, of the Austrian service, have heard friends and ,,; v -4. i '" .
your neigh (
baa charge of the meteorological station bors talking about it. You may yourself ,.i' ... ," :.. C.if'o.c.(;,. etiJ tit's OQ .. 1
;: -3
the highest altitude in Europe, if not be one of the many who know from personal .c ,, ... it .. 9' .t.Vf'
.." ..
the of the Sonnblick experience .. ,.,.:.,\: i
_ In the world on top just how good a thing it is. If "'' i)" .
.
'1 JDOOIlwn. you have ever tried it you are one of its i .;..$-:-:.l"5 -i- _
staunch friends f'
because the wonderful
Hon. John McSweeney, of
The late : ,
, thing about it is that when
. once given
i tho lead- I a
0. recognized as
was
Wooster, trial Dr. Kin 's New
Discovery
after 'c'i
ever .,.,
of the state. He
was
criminal wyer
; Ing holds a place in the house. if have i'dlW4ilii4r
you
in Rochester in 1824, and was there- used it and should
never be
born afflicted with a A strictly first-elm: machine, frilly warranted and
; fore 66 years of age. cough,or any Throat, Lungor chest trouble. made irom very best materials, b) i-k.Iiod uorkmen

.j JL Naquet, the hunchback French sen- secure a bottle at once and give it a fair and, with best to do tools nil e\"r that can isevised bt- reaM-nabl.for the cvpoctedf purpose.Tarrrhted .

ator, who has for a year been so prominent tria. It is guaranteed every time, or money the very bent typewriter extant. Capable of writ-
Boulangist leader, is the author refunded. Trial bottles free at Dixon & lug 150 words per minute or more,according to the
1 as a Gray's drugstore. ability of tint operator. PRICE $!00.
of the French divorce law which freed 24. Address, 1'AItIMI M'FG. (0.,
J other well known people from Agents wanted. PAKISII: X. Y.Caveats .
. patti and Persons who lead a life of exposure: are
objectionable husland3nd wives. subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lumbago -- --------------- ----- rnoM NEW YORK CITY. Physicians endorse P.P.P. M splendid combination,
and It with satisfaction for the of
prescribe cares
mat
' If Henry George, the apostle of social and will find a valuable remedy in 'e_: .. EYE;Mr.CLASSES A !II. Hawkes received-IVar sometime Sir: Yoga since,PATENT and am all form unit.tan.of Primarr. Jtefondary and T rtV.

J reform were penniless: to-morrow he Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini- ., ,, .R M very much gratified at the wonderful change that
little difficulty in ment; it will banish pain and subdue infla- I his come over uiy eyesight since I have discarded
have getting
would very CJC
mation. m) vld glasses and am now wearing yours.
i employment as a typewriter. Several AlAXANDLB A OAK,
enabled him When with loss ofappetiteiieadache Secretary Stationers' Board of Trade.
years'practice have to attain you are constipated, ecap
All fitted at the Drug Store of
1 such a speed on the instrument as would take Dr. J.II. McLean's :5 DIXON \ GRAY, TITUbVILLE. FLA.

mtbundreds professionals to the blush. Little Liver and Kidney Fillets, they are -- ----- --' r n
,1 j pleasant to take and will cure you. 25 cents and SoresOlandutar8welnngsRbenmati.mY&1 t*,
Adam Forepaugh knew everything old Chronic CTr-. that hare re.ited sit treatment
a vial. .. ,, ,
about a circus, and he used to twit Bar- 1 1tr A t p t

num with knowing nothing about the Take DeWitt's Little Early Risers. O r

business. Forepaugh could tell the num- DeWitt's Little Early Risers get there.

and place of belt -- (j
ber, price every rope, IF TOUR BACK ACHESOr .

spike, pole and strip of canvas. Given a you are all worn out, really good for nothing

tent of a certain diameter, he could tell it Is general debility. TryBRUIvN's MnHBHMBMMHBHlHMHBHMMHHHMlllCatarrh,Skin Diseases hcioma.:; Chronic female Corn.platnts .
1 IRON BITTKJ18.It .Mercurial Poison,Tetter Scatthead.etc,eta
.J off band how many yards of canvas there will cure you, and give a good appetite. Sold P. P.F.U a powerful tonic snd an excellent apptttser.traUdlDgnptbetTttem -

A were in it, its seating capacity, and how by all dealers in medicine. HOW?

j much it would cost to equip it, fixing a Faults of digestion cause disorders of the and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat- "Can the world know a man has a good p r

place for every stake, dogwood pole and liver, and the whole system becomes de- ent business conducted for MODERATE ruse thin; unless he advertises the possession w
J Dr. J. II. McLean's OUR OFFICE is OPPOSITE U S. PATENT OFFICE of it.VANDERBILT..
ranged. Strengthening
rope. less those
and we can secure patent In time than ,
J : Cordial and mood Purifier perfects the pro- remote from Washington. -

DOINGS OF ROYALTY. cess of digestion and assimilation, and thus Send model drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise, if pateniable or not, free of
makes pure blood.If charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. rapidly.
, The late empress Augusta was noted Ladles whose systems are and whites blood
suffer pricking pains on movingthe A PAMPHLET. "How to Obtain Patents, with tt In an Impure condition due to mflllMnla1 Ir tart.
In her youth for her beautiful shoulders. you names of actual clients in your State county,or I
' eyes, or cannot bear bright light, and town, sent free. Address,
l! Leopold, king of the Belgians, is overt find your sight weak and failing,you should R C.

dz feet high. He is possessed of fine literary promptly use Dr. J. II. McLean's Strength- C.A.SNOW&CO. WRITE US fls ;

tastes and is his hobby. Salve. 25 box. 1 _
,1 t geography ening Eye cents a '
D.C.
OPP. PATENT OFFICE. WASHINGTON. wherever you live,and A L A R I
j The czar, according to a London news Little
Ask Dixon & Gray whatDcWitt's a we will ship a
Readers 'will notice that you
; is a very illiterate man. He Intelligent :
paper Early Risers are.Thc. fine instrument ties are p-cnUarlj benefited by the wonderful tank and
writes a schoolboy hand, and his MS. is I I on 15 blood cleansing properties of t.P.Pn Prickly Ash,Pot

$ full of errors in grammar and orthography. -, First Step. Days' Test Trial In Root and PoUMlnm.P .

r.' Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, T utt'/ sPills your own home. cu *
c3n't can't think can't do p rS
1 Emperor Wilhelm, of Germany, keepsa sleep, anythingto
wonder what
satisfaction and
personal supervision over even the your you AL1PPMAN
ails you. You should heed the warning, ib I J
" museums. He spent a whole day not are nnt'tirarranfedfoci/re" all c'nil'l"-'
the first into Nervous
: in the Art at Berlin indicating you are taking step of dlH> u""M" hot only such! as result
, long ago museum Prostration. You need a Nerve Tonic and i from ... tl4orkurvd' liter, via: .

where some cartoons by Kaul- in Electric Bitters you will find the exact NO CASH REQUIREDUntl BROS., Proprietors
Headache
bach which he had lately purchased, remedy for restoring your nervous systemto Vertino, Dyspepsia-, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
Bloc:, SAVANNAH. CA.
lippman
iwold be placed. its normal,healthy condition. Surprising Fevers, Costiveness; Bilious you have tested and approved. Our freight

The Empress Frederick has ordered a results follow the use of this great Nerve Colic Flatulence etc. both ways if instrument fails to please in eitherctyle
price or quality. Ours the risk youraonlyto
and Alterative.
Tonic ) re-
, carpet to be made as a present for the is restore and the For those they are not warranted infallible give fair and full test, and buy if fully pleased. .. "'" '
lurns good digestion -5-. :;c 3't
crown_ princess of Greece in the art bnt are as nearly BO unit IMJ>OS-
1 school which Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action. sable to make a remedy. l'rlce,2ict.: 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied THE:
for the of
making carpets,
Try a bottle. Price 50c., at Dixon &; Gray's SOLD J3VEKYWHEKE. BE ZT ZEE\: )
connected with the Women's association drug store. 24. by ui since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL .
in The is to be PLAN, first introduced in the South by us. Fair- are those put op by
Germany. carpet --
--- E8S A NUB NOISES CUIEObr V6t Method of sale possible and a great benefit to
about and will Cleanse breath with DeWitt's Little 1'eck'. "VlsiBLK D. M. FERRY & CO.
DEA
i forty-five yards square, your TBIIUI EAt. those at a distance who cannot visit our ware-rooms ,

j cost about a thousand dollars. Early Risers, Dixon & Gray. ,. ..BemiMfal ....CBSXtOKS.all Rem4lM Whisper.Ml.8.U k Lewd.j V.II8COX Com.naIIl. Seedsmen Who are the in the Largest world.
I alj,' Br>4.aj,lew lerk. Write o tNek.rpr.. FKU. ALL RISK SAVEDBy
: The face of the Empress Augusta as His girl didn't go back on him becausehe ----- D.M.FcxKY&Co'sBeautifully Hhutrated. Descriptive5Eik

&belay in her coffin was pale, but still used DeWitt's Little Early Risers.A this trial plan and purchasers absolutely
the showed the which distinguished sure 1 perfect instruments at the very lowest .L
beauty possible cost. Selling only the best instruments -
takes
her in her youth. The expressionwas sort of lethargy sometimes possession hair. made, that will stand the most severe and for 1890 will be mailed I'10 UK to afc
The head dress of the Kidneys and bladder; they 11PARKER'S comprehensive tests,we do not fear to send them out applic.rots,and to last stasoa'customers.
extremely peaceful. should be promptly stimulated to healthy Gray on t.ial and let them stand solely on their merits. It is better than cvrr. Every .
was white lace kerchief adorned aboveby All we ask is the privilege of shipping on ap person using Garden, Mewter 45,
rosette of the same color and stuff. action by the use Balm.of Dr. J. II. McLean's : : falling. proval. No suit, no pay. Our freights if we fad. or Field SEJ.D3t.boul&laoelid: t'...rit.D. .
Liver and Kidney M.FEPRViCO.
The body was wrapped in the costly EASY TO DtTROIT, fd1CH.EconocMen1.
blood much ---- ---- BUYFrom
The quality of the depends ,
dress which the wore at her ENGLISHPEHHYRQYAL
: empress bad digestion to make the CHICHCSTER'S
golden and covered by a good or ; us by correspondence. No matter whetheryou
wedding was blood PIUS.
,
rich in life and strength-giving constituents live either ten or a thousand miles from a*
heavy Bilk mantle of gold yellow, in use Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening "; lied Cross Diamond.UranJ. \Ve ship to all Southern States. Our system Uperfect.
token of rank and trimmed Purifier it wilt i:' The enlr reliable_rill for..!.. Safe and Prices in plain print and alike to all.
imperial Cordial and Blood tare. Ladle, *ak VnffM for tb.1>U- One price only. No more, no less. Large
...41 IIran4. red metallicbo e,wal4
with broad ermine. of the blood from I
the Discounts from makers AH
nourish properties vita"..rib.... Tskeao other. 8!od4e. prices. competition
W' which the elements of vitality are drawn. ) tar partiealaM aDd "lUAlef for. met. Complete outfits free. All freight
cape KamtPaatr.Kadi
bs t.a.r bynalL installment.
paid. Easy Every inducement wean
THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD. ICRWAKD Ohieheeter Che.leai 0.., ***hq.,1'alUJ.ia. )' fair dealing house can offer.

r worth of reasonable effort is made to
Japan exported $2,000,000 Is certain if
WATER WrIte for Valuable Information.
BOILING
WITH
MADE
.! tt to America in 1889. cure cough by the use of DeWitt's Cough Catalogues Circulars SpecialFall
,
this remedy is correct -
cure
and Consumption
In Melbourne, Australia, forty-five and certain in its action and costs no Epps'sU Offer3-1889. Copy of new "TUB TIRELESS TOILER FOB TBADSl'*

trades work the eight hour day. more than unreliable preparations, insist Paper Sharps and Flats"ALL -

European glass workers say the bottle upon having it. For sa & Gray FREE. Address / y -

making machine is not a success.f .
Advice to stonier*
i.. The Beggar Trust of Paris sells the Mrs.WIKSLOW'S SOOTIIINO STBCP should always Cocoa IJDDEN & BATES t
teeth. It reUeTestheUttlesufrererfttoncejitproduoesnatural-
cutting
children are
used when
the be ,
of
right to beg in certain sections ,
._ .
city- quiet steepandthelittle cherub awakeeaa"brightas MADE WITH BOILING WATER Ill ..' i ,
t a button. it is very pleasant to taste. .It SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE '
There are only 450 table knife grindersIn soothes the child,softens the gums,allayeallpain, '" i.
live regulates the bowels,and is the best known remed y
don't
tho United States. They for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or SAVANNAH, CA. ;
Ong. Twenty-five cents a bottle. "
other causes.
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Forty-two different kinds of crackers The farmer's friend has for many years

k are now made and sold by a New England I been Dr. J. 11. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lin- MY SON .'

c flan.L iment, for horses, cattle, kogs and sheep. It How Lost How Regained, "Deal with the men who advertise. You "' .... ''''. -

In London 600 women have joined the has proved its worth in thousands of ca es. will never lose by it.-BEN. FRANKLIN.03 Yours, anxious to please
ED. L. m."TLEY.
Is Qganaakera union. They get from 20 When the stomach lacks vigor and regularity __TN IfNCEKNOYTIIYSftE Write L. & B. S. M. H. about it. 3HOW'S
Ask dealer for Ed. L. Huntley A Ca'l
r.to. 23 shillings a week. there will be fl&tulency, heartburn. your

The unions of nausea, sickness, headache, nervousness
farmers' and laborers'
Use Dr. J. II. McI Strengthening Cordial HONES CLOTHINGIf
France do meddle in politics. They
not
*. and Blood Purifier to give tone and
t. devote their work to co-operative and regularity to the stomach.ADVICE.. \ our goods are not in the bands of some
f' technical matters. I STOREKEEPER In your section yon can PROCURE -
THEM from the BEST KNOWN and
; In nearly all the English towns there THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA largest AFL-ORDKB Wholesale CLOTHING Hocs
heak cool, feet warm, world, at prices that will MAKE YOUR
"Keep your your Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatiseon in the
are public bath houses for working peo- "
liver active and trust in God, was the the Errors of Youthl'rematureDecline,Nervous eves snap and KEEP 'YOU guessing how we can
pie. They under the control of the your afford TO DO IT. If your DEALER does not
are advice of a celebrated phpsician a patient, and Physical Debility, Impurities of the Blood. end WILL fur-
keep our goods send to ns we
r town or city authorities. For from two you can regulate the action of your liver, nlfcn yon a Suit or Overcoat exprees or mail
''t. to four cents a bath may be obtained, kidneys and bowels by wing DeWitt's Sarsaparilla YOUR FENCE ? paid, on receipt of price. We will win and hold
patronage if you try ns wltb an order I We
blood your
with the use of a fresh towel. These establishments an absolutely reliable pur- business our
have built this immense by
are well patronized. ifying remedy, for sale by Dixon & Gray.In c We have the CHEAPEST and Best PAINSTAKING up luethoda. and by doing byotn-

=... WOVEN WIRE FENCING ers as we would be done by
the decline of life infirmities beset us !!: Wire Rope Selvage.'MZXCHSSEZGHATeOCZXTS ED. L. HUNTLEY& Co., Style Originators.
BITS OF SCIENCE. Resulting from Folly, Vice, Ignorance,Excesses orOvertaxatlon. -..
to which our youth and. maturity wee : Enervating and unfitting the victim In ordering Suits or Overcoat observe
The of aluminium has led strangers, our kidneys and liver are subject for Work, Business, the M&rriedor Social Relation. strictly following rules for measure
cheapening
: Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this great t close
4" to a proposition construct arc lamps of to derangement, hut nothing equals Dr. work. It contains 300 pacts, royal STO. Beautiful q tier: arms.Wtaiaattemmeasuret pants. Inside

this material preferable on account of J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm binding, embossed,full gilt Price only $1.00 by leg measure from crotch to beet.ReterQncesNational
f- as regulator of these organs.GREAT mail, postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. illus-
lightness and qualities of resisting rust as a trative Prospectus: Free, If apply now. The p Bank of ChI.
you
In comparison with iron, steel, or brass SCOTT distinguished authorVim. Parker: M. D., re- eago. capital & ,OOO,(XX); Continental NotionalBank
ceired the GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL of Chicago, capital 2.000,0001
for outdoor use.Acoording Why don't you cure that cough? De W'iu's from the National Medical Association for

t to a recent paper read be- Cough and Consumption Cure will do it. this PHYSICAL PRIZE DEBILITY.Dr.Parkerand ESSAY on NEJITOUS and ED. L HUNTLEY & Co. Manufacturers .

fore the French Academy of Sciences, This remedy is positively certain, prompt of Assistant Physicians may be consulted confidentially PEEEOD. and Wholesale Dealers in Clothing

the temperature at the top off the Eiffel and thoroughly satisfactory, if you have THE PEABODY, by mill or MEDICAL in person, at INSTITUTE the office ot, Lawn Garden,Poultry and Stock t\o'tI\ for Men, Boys and Children, 122 and 124

't tower is frequently much higher than at tried it you know this statement to be a fact, No. 4 Biilflncb St.,Boston:u.....,to whom aU fees dealers.andwdths.0ates Freight PaI match.L Sendforelrcularsdu81 Prtcealow. Market Sl Chicago ilL! P. O. Box 667.
the if have not you are doing yourself an orders for books or letters for advice aooold t* ticuu WOTKI wiR i an eo., CUKUSO, a i.s. ,
ground, though the contrary as a injustice. It is sold by Dixon & Gray. directed u above ... .AU'steel LAWN sad KMCTEttV. teaser t
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8 THE FLORIDA. STAR, THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1890. .



Cocoa with a dredge in tow, bound down river; From the Land Flowers. THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR II

;n Fine ripe tomatoes in the market here. looks as if one of the demi-semi-occasional Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29, 1889.

visited spurts of activity was to be indulged in. Mr. A. B. GnuRDEAU, Savannah, Ga. j
Mr. Cbaa. Verbeke of Brantly,
Figured lawns, 5c Children's striped suits, 11.25 and
DEAR SIR:-I have fully tested the $150/ -
Cocoa last week. Front street has been greatly improvedby Calico 6c, 6c, 6c, 7c Sc Children's suits
; Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic you plaid $175. $4.43, ${6g '
Mr. Jalma Lapham in his little steamerC the new street lamps. One at the sent me and have to report 15 cases of Seer-sucker, 9c $5 32 These run up to 13 yean old ': #
Cocoa )Ionday.'I'I corner of Fee & Xesbitt's store was badly Chills and Remitting Fever that it has Jaconet, 32 inches, lOc Youth's suits, 13 to 18 years old $.1.72 ;
visited ou Gingham, 9c. lOc, lie $5.32, $6 25, $7.50, $7.75
needed; another at the corner qf Mr. cured. Not one failure. With some ;.L
Mrs. C. E. Smith, of Courtney, made Branch's store in front of the Riverside experience as to the demands of Georgia' Chalon cloth 12c Men's sack suits at $4.60 $:;.96. $6.83., -
one
a brief trip to Titusville on the St. Lucie and Florida, and especially in the southeastern I Blue chambray, 12c $.50 $8.00, 9.69, 10.32, $ll57. fl3.-IO f :
and another in front of Mr. Lock-
Chomonine cloth, 13c $i5.( )
last week. part of this State, I know of no ;
wood's store; the one on the bluff still remedial agent so worthy of general ue Sateen, 13c Men's 3-button cut-away, $9.00. $969 tJt.:
The orange trees are beginning to illumes the "lover's retreat.'' as ours. Whoever originated it i is a Outing flannel warranted not to fade or $11.25, 15.00 '

blossom, and most of the orange crop has public benefactor. Yours truly, :shrink. The cloth of the season, 14c Select your price ; send the description fii'\ :
teen Mr. Ira Crosby has on his lot on Melbourne S. F. GOVE, 26 pieces of ruching, 5c to 24c as to color, etc., and we guarantee to
shipped. avenue, a lemon tree not over i 200 ribbon, 25 to 50 per cent below suit you or refund your money. ;Jr.:
Choir practice as usual in Michael's three feet high, from which he has already Missionary Florida Baptist Country on regular prices
afternoon Indian[ river and its vicinity. Lace, embroidery, plumes, tip, trim- J. P. TURNER A CO. .
Episcopal church, on Saturday picked over forty lemons. It is now full .. --_.- I .
mings, etc., etc., at the people's price '
at 3 o'clock.The pf bloom, and has fruit in every stage, XOTICE. I

Rev. A. T. Sharpe visited Cocoa from one-quarter inch in length to half LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. FLA. } Send to The Bazaar at Titusville for anything you want. If Messrs. Tamer &
of Mr. Powellof Feb. 6, 1590. J C). haven't got it, they will go out and get it fur you if it is to be had in Titu Iu.
this week, and was a guest and full grown green fruit, and perfect
: Xotice is hereby given that the follow- yule, and guarantee to please or money refunded every time.
North Cocoa. ripe fruit. For so young a tree the lemons
ingnamedE'ttlcrbas!' filed notice of his

Mr. and Mrs. C. Marsh, of Wilkesbarre, are very fine. intention to make final proof in support I GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. II. ROLL ,c,

Pa., are at the Peck House, where they Dr. DuP continues to beautify his of his claim, and that said proof will be Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. Notary Pul: f j1

intend spending some weeks. ground, the latent! additions being another made before the Judge of Circuit Court, :Robbins G-rahatn.:: cfc DEtollins, t
or in Ins: absence Clerk of said court, at
Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Sams of Beauford, group of cabbage palms 12 or 15 i Titus\ille Fla., on April 8, lSVOiz; : REAL ESTATE DEALERS, '-*.

' S. C., are at Courtney, visiting at the feet in height, grading the slope to the I O.:car F. Davis i Titusville, Fla., D. S. ALL KINDS OF PKOPEIiTY ItOK.'HT, SOLD *V IlAt'II.'. GED..s..
water's edge, planting a lawn of Augustine 2335 for the N. E. } of X. W. J Sec. 5 "
home of their son Dr. M. B. Sams. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co., ,
T. 2'2 S.: It. 3.) E. He names the following -
r Miss Daisy Peck spent a few day in grass. and a great variety of hrub- witue.--es to prove his continuous P. O. Box, 250, -It
bery. In a few years the doctor will residence and cultivation of said
Courtney last week, with her sister Mrs. upon ,
ill have one of the finest places in Mel- land. viz: TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLORIDA. : :
E. P. Porcher, who has been quite
bu rne. Robert :Morrow James R. Watson and We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole I Agents for a large list cf
with "la grippe. Milton Grover, of Titusville, and Fred- carefully-:>elected Properties in all parts of Brevard t.'ount -.
; Rev..James Bolton will preach in the The entertainment of the Ladies Town erick A. Chappel, of LaGrange, Fla. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value ot any Property .

new M..E. church south, Cocoa, on next Improvement Society, last W'edllesday ALEX. LYNCH, Register. on Indian River. ..
evening, wa well attended. The piano Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate busing* are unequalled,
Sunday, Feb. 23 both morning and even duet of :\Irs. Stewart and Miss McFaul. Naphtha Launch "Liyinier" and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchars who ....
ing, at the usual hours. may favor us with their patronage. fI II
the "Marguerite" by Mr. C. H. Stew- No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. '
The Ladies' Sewing society will meet Can be Hired for Short Run Cruis- ..
art ; the duet by Me> r8. McFai.l and or Special attention given to Colonies and :Syndicates; desiring large; llkkw.. ?"
"afternoon of this week, at ing. For terms and particulars addressW.
on Thursday Carson the solo of MrC.. H. pIicecllan s. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
the home of jIrs. C. W. Harrison, and a Stewart;; the recitation piano of Miss Wetmore, P. Underwood, Cocoa, Fia. -- _____ ___- n_______ __ __ :Jfe

large; attendance is requested.The GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary. its
and the tableau "Florida, represented
young gentlemen of Cocoa have :. b y Mr. CarMu, and Misses Lena Johnson PIANO for SALE, Bre-varc1. A'bs'trac1; of Title Co., ;ilf!

issued dainty invitations to their friends, Jessie Goode and Louise Ely, were ALSO Incorporated A. D. 1889. ii

If to attend a ball to be given by them on highly appreciated and warmly applaud A SEINE, 50 YARDS LOXG. CAPITAL STOCK, $:;3OOO ; rlLLY10 ; XOS-\SSESS.1ULE.

Friday night of this week, at Hill's Hall. ed. Refreshments in abundance were APPLY A Charges for Abstract. as follows: $3.00 for Owning Number and oOc. fur each ad- 1

Judge J. T. Small, of Lewiston, Me, nrovided. Manywlhanks are due t., Mrs. Dr. C. A. Hentz, City Point, Fla. tlditional Trm-fer. For continuing an Abstract the charge are the S aw., sir.LOO j
for the first additional and 50c. for each transfer.
Mr. T. A. Snider and Mr. J. B. Ran ley, Johnson for her kindness, she having succeeding

'of Cincinnati, 0., came down. to Cocoa furnished, for several evenings rooms, The I New Bock Ledge Hotel. Taxes Paid for \on-Resldeiit

I last Sunday, and are guests of the Peck dishes, and assistance of herself! and servants New (louse!' New Furniture. cui-iu, Lest JC:" For a Small Fee we will relieve non-re Samt beside in other iutorw"tiou o.ldrt's
House assisting ways. Sale. 12

s+ The Rev. A. T. Sharpe conducted services G. M. BRADLEY, Proprietor, Box 2SO, Titusville, Fla.

in St t: Michael's* Episcopal church Melbourne Jieacli. HOCK LEDUE, FLA. h_____ ______ ______________ ______ --- --- -----

last Sunday morning, and a large and Capt. Fox's twotor) house is 'approaching ST. LUCIE HOUSE II1di LI1 E LVeI' Intel,

appreciative congregation attended. He completion. ,

held services in the afternoon at Merritt. I )1 r. G. E. Kyckman,of Brockton, N.Y., Opposite Indian River Inlet. Hotel is new Furniture i

Captain W. H. Sharpe, of City Point I is stopping with Capt. Wilcox.Mr. ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA. ---T =-- r H new. Capacity 150

Las been quite ill during the past week, Henry Whiting has an acre and a Guests.
=-= Table supplied with Oj-
,and his many friends on the river, and in huH of beans up. and will try other Unrivalled Hunting, Fishing r = -- ers, Fiah, Duck, YeaiMm. -

Cocoa especially, sympathize with him, vegetables also. Boating, Etc. : : s Oranges, Piueapples,

and hope for his speedy recovery. .. Miss Cummings has ripe strawberries: ; First-Class Accoumio< ltlinn Opened -- Bananas, etc.SahandSulphur.

Miss M. E. Babbit, of New York, who her plants look extraordinary well from January to May 31st. Free Gu.... Batls
f\ to U-
has been spending some weeks in Cocoa, though not irrigated.Mr. JAMES PAINE, Proprietor. LL U ; Sail Row and Steamboats -

took a trip to Merritt l week, and remained .and Mrs C. V. Beebe, of Cass tlaga, u -i"Toed.-. connected with the

there at the River View Hotel X. Y., have been ,'isitingIr" and Mrs. 0- ,- S.LIEngle &_ _,00. Hotel.Best of Hunting and

for a few da3. She was very much Whiting for a few days. Fishing. Hunters, Dogs

i pleased with the Island, but likes our Mr. W. M. Campbell has established! a JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Crockery and Guns on ap..tieation.Rates .
busy little town the best. : S2 to $a per dar.
line of cabbage palms from river to oceanon Glassware
tea Special rates week
per
On Feb. 27, Bishop Weed will visit the south side of ocean avenue and i is or month.
and hold confirmation services House-Furnish ing,
Courtney preparing to set another row on the north

there in the new Episcopal church. Quitea side of the avenue, clear through. Lamps. Oil, $ Vapor Stoves, TITUS"V'ILLE: : i.. ,

large class have been preparing) for Nearly all partbs visiting this Gate City Stone Filters.We Situated on the Banks of the far-t med Indian River.*
country
confirmation at during Lent, The Chief Office of u. S. Signal Service U In the Indian River IIoteL
Courtney
desire to see the ocean, and particularly solicit the patronage of F. B. SACKETT, Proprietor.
and the little church which
Episcopal people from the west. One old lady, on our neighbours of'tlie
has been erected there always hasa
lately Saturday, seeing for the first time old EiST COAST. E. L. BB..ADYGroceries -
large congregation, when Mr. Sharpe ,
in its remarked "thank
ocean majesty : r

holds services there.Mr. the Lord. I have lived to view the sea." INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

A. P. Rail 1. who went off on a A party comprising the families of ,

camping and hunting trip some days Capt. Clayton, M. G. Ellis, L. Ely, the Titus\IIIe, Florida. Fancy I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and

ago, returned on Sunday, not very en- Misses Lyman and Misses Bowman, enjoyed Incorporated under Laws State of Florida.
thusiastic over his sport-but still he a picnic at Melbourne Beach last Authorized Groceries, Fruit and Food ProductsOf
Capital, $100,000,
was not unsuccessful and brought home Saturday. Capt. Ellis placed the Ospreyat Paid-up Capital, $25,000. all kinds. Also my Stock of

several trophies of his hunt, among them their disposal l for the day. Though
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wbeat.I .
a fine silver fox, which he has given into threatening a norther the wind veered to SACTED. ,

the hands of Mr. Rhodes, the taxider- the eastward, and the day was perfect. am the only House on Indian River dealing excluMvely in the above Line of

mist, to mount for him. Arriving at the rail road wharf, the partywas JAn W.PP.ITCHARD B. BAKXUTT, President, Yice-Pn-siJent., Goods. I buy close; and will sell close. I invite jour correspondence and solicit

Mr. Ed. Hathaway, of Berlin Wis.. : met by Capt. Wilcox and other residents WM. M. BROWN, Cashier. your patronage. erJ' truly, E. L. BRA.DY.GOLDSMITH .

arrived here last week, and a day or two and the cars and bath-houses Directors: James Pritchanl, "-. P. Barnett I

later started down the river on a cruisein offered for their us The pure salt air J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and
W. M. Brown. BROS.
the Mackinac, with Messrs. Fred F. had a stimulating effect on the appetite,

Taylor, Henry Spring and D. A. Blod- so before noon inquiries were made as to Every favor consistent with Conservative We are fairly well acquainted with the wants (.four neighbors, and luriD

get. Mr. Spring and Mr. Blodget could the: prospect of getting something to eat. i BanBni extended enjoyed a rood patronage from the beinnin"o,; solicit the rood will of our
friends in a continuance of the same. AVe shall always keep full Stock of
The ladies had usual a
provided
sot remain on the Mackinac for the entire a an unlimited Correspondents : Seaboard Xat'I Bankof

trip, (to Jupiter) so returned to supply uf good things, and for New York ; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats Notions Etc.
,
Rockledge on Saturday by steamer. Mr. over an hour all endeavored} to destroythe
And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. We
entire outfit but failed. invitation MARBLE
By JACKSONVILLE
Spring brought back with him a fine 17 00
have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies, which is
pound bass, which he had hooked at the we joined the dinner party, and D.ab" .ra mMonnintntt worth Seeing and Buying.;
mouth of the Banana river.Melbourne.. surprise! ourselves and others by our We only deal in

-- -- capacity. Some of the party tried surfbatliini F1.rs't-01asa Goods,

: ; the water wa delightfully c n..atl..tt'nt. Bought in first-class
and
manner, guarantee price aa well as quality.
ttuitu, but the breeze almost too cool} for :: Iron Fencing
The sloop Willful of Providence, R. I., C1 r GOLDSMITH BROS., TITUSVILLE* FLA.
comfort of bather Mr. Chas.! Clayton
Z ;j Lawn Furniture -
-
was lying Melbourne Saturday
night.
'i'curedcmI fine views of the "'blue 4
Z Marble, S1ra-vv'berry P1Ltntt3: Sptomborc
Roasting ears in February; how that rolling seat' the pier: rail road, and other L. d : and
= tnnn s Improml Hoffman's $4.00 1000. Order early.
Granite, !Slate i per
'must sound to the blizzard benumbed
points of interesi. Others evidently = Several Brand of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our rooD and climate.l

northerner; fact hough. thought Melbourne Beach a pleasant resort Oa. g> Onyx. INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer CaSend

Mr. R. W"Andrews left on the St. ; at one time Keen sail and one 03IE Building Stone for CIrcular. Also Bore Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc.. and Mapes1 andIhividtre's
Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
Lucie Sunday morning, to attend to some steam tx/at were yiu>: along the pier; we : Wire Fencing,
JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries Melbourne }13.
,
legal business in Titusville. heard a number of estimates of the number Slate Mantels,
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Constable McBride went to Titu-- of people present, and the lowest was Iron Mantels.
up
Orates YOUNG ORANGE; GROVE I I I EDGAR HOUSE
rille with a prisoner, whom he was telegraphed seventy-five; some remained a short ,

to arrest for assault and battery. time and others the whole day. Capt. Well located on Indian River: payin I 1: Clone! to Indian Miser lulet.
rti aQAa a trod QQ. Itllti net 10 per cent. now. Price $3t, >X t*). !
Mr. H. Argue has tough of Mr. W. Clayton captured an immense crevalle; ; M M yliM ist Barain.ni1'wer' quick. j i I FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish .
N. the lot the other smaller fish were caught; a large :.
Camp on corner of Front t 1. tIn SDDRESS,1101216TITCSl'1LLE.
St., and New Haven Ave., and will erect school of pompano were been. I + M 1 / Oysters and Game by the
Millions Boat Wagons and Buggies -
a block of stores thereon. SCboonCl'l\IANATEE.1 I ,
LADIESNeeding .. to take Tourists hunting or
)fr. D. McQuaig has moved into a tonic- or children that want bonding J. IV. ZELLE1SS, Master.
should take
up
;v. here to
the rooms over his new store-room. He BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.It -And all kuxl< of Till?. HNrtbs.'ire Mat,, and This 28-ton Yacht can he chartered fishing. Good Raid from
is to take, M&lar1&,1ndigtee
will stock pleasant cores in fact anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind of for all and down the Gulf Coa, t.
shortly open a of ready made tton,and Biliousness. :All dealers keep it. Stone. points up the river, on
clothing! and gent's furnishing goods. Send for Cabinet, at the name time vtating the the coast, or to the Bahamas. I have Lots and Houses to sell fa
Agenta profits per month will prove style of good you ar in need of., M wn have different Commodious, safe and good accommo
The Coast Canal Co's steamer Denny, $525 it or pay forfeit. Sew portrait! just i OUlojn in the different braD h" of our dations. Further particulars address Edgar Town. Call or Addre&J :
4 out. A $s.iG Sample sent mi to alL bUllineI'A. 5 5
arrived at Melbourne Sunday morning I. vrH.ChicuesterfcScn, 2s Bond at S.Y. I 23 Laura Street, Jacksonville Fla.' TITUSV1IXE,FLA.. A. G. L.\GOW, Proprietor.

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