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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 27, 1890
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1890. NO. 45.

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LOCAL LACOXICS.Mr. -J. S. Watson & Co. have got them -Col. David McCarley, of Sebastian, -J. S. Watson & Co. want all the -J. S. Watson & Co. want a lot of

A. E. Fox and wife, of Cincinnati vegetable crates of all kinds. arrived here with his young friends yes- vegetables you can ship them. Theycan dropped oranges.Dr. .

,0., were in town Friday. -Mr. Chas. T. Verbeke, of Brantley, terday on their way to Kentucky. get you as good prices here as you Hentz of Rio de Janeiro, who

-3Ir. E. W. Bond, a prominent clUi' has been spending a few days in town Messrs. Hodges Bros., of Satsuma, can get by shipping north. has been taking a few extra lessons in

zeD of DeLand, was in town last Friday this week. Fla., arrived here Monday afternoon to -Tax Collector Hall informs us that dentistry at Philadelphia, returned here

on business. -Mrs. Crist, mother of Mrs. W. C. engage in a few days' outing and duck the tax books will be closed for the payment last evening, and left, to-day, for City

-Sir. M. S. Moremen, of the Florida Barrett, was suddenly called away toi hunting on Banana creek. of taxes the 20th of March, go as to Point, on a visit to his father. He has

Fruit Exchange, was visiting our orange Philadelphia last week to attend to a -Mr. F. A. Losley is preparing to op- allow time to list the lands for advertis- resided in Brazil for ten years, and likes

growers last week. sister, who is quite ill. en a billiard and pool room in the building ing. that country immensely. Mrs. Hentz, .

Money Monty Monty to -Jrs. Hill, of Bainbridge, Ga., who just east of the Indian River Bankon -Lake Worth land, improved or unimproved whose relatives are there, returned in December -

join on real estate. Apply to Robbins & has been visiting the family of Capt. Main street.J. extending from lake to ocean, and the Doctor will leave in

Graham, Titusyille, Fla. Rice, left on Tuesday to spend a short S. Watson & Co. have just received located in the centre of the settlement, April.

J -Messrs A. X. Clark and H. P. Sharesof time with friends at Citra, Florida. two cars of different kinds of fertilizers for sale. For particulars address .David Oleander Point Picnic Association

Boctledge, were registered at the -Mrs. Bravo, the wife of our well- and you certainly will do well to Brown, Palm Beach, Fla. Hold a Meeting.

) Grand Mew hotel last Friday. known friend, Capt. Bravo, of the new write them for prices before buying else -Sergeant Hersey started for Sanford The called meeting of the Oleander
steamer St. Sebastian! has been spending where. Monday noon, where Mrs. Hersey is
-Mr. A. H. Blossom and wife, of Buffalo Point Picnic Association took last
N. Y. were among the arrivals at a few days in town, having arrived from -Indian River Lodge, F. & A. M., quite ill during a visit to some of her Thursday. morning at Oleander] Point place and

) the Grand View last Thursday. St. Augustine. will hold a regular meeting at their hall friends at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Her- the following gentlemen and ladies were

-Mrs. Dale wife of mail Saturday March 1st. at sey returned Tuesday afternoon. Mrs.
evening,
our popular seven
i i -Mr. Geo. ,\ Nichols and wife, and appointed officers : *
N agent on the train, accompanied by her o'clock. By order of J. Mendel, W. M., Hersey is now much better.
Mia E D. Nichols, of Brooklyn, N. Y.. Dr. Holmes. Chairman ; P... N. Andrews -
niece, arrived at the Indian River Hotel and S. H. Ray, Secretary.J. Titusville Juvenile Minstrel Troupewill
were in town the first of the week. I Secretary pro tern.
-Yr. Geo. M. Robbins returned Tues Tuesday. Mrs. Dale spent the summer A. Durst, of Crescent City, the give an entertainment at Wager's Messrs. A. F. Lapham; M. C. Salmon,

afternoon from his trip to Jackson- various places north. pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor- Hall, Friday evening, at eight o'clock. R C. Wade, Mrs. Harrison and Mrs.
!
i nile having been away just a week. I ../.
her home at Tropic the beginning of where all communications may be ad- young troupe. The admission will be I general arrangements.

'1 -Our Titusville Ice Factory is already next week, Mr. Ensey being busily en- dressed and information received. small and will be duly announced by
Regatta committee
: Messrs. George N.
ice to Sanford. This is
handbmlr. -
shipping reversing .
gaged getting everything in readiness for -M. B. Bunnell, brick-layer and Hatch, James Holmes, Ed. L. Magruder,
of
. our from former Sanford.Mr. practice. shipping ice the reception of his family. plasterer, is prepared to take contracts -) E. B. Van Deman, tate Immi- C. H. Edgerton and P. J. Nevin '

here -Capt. Paddison made a flying tripto anywhere on Indian River. Addressall gration agent at Jacksonville, accompanied These committees are requested to
.t J. A. Dasher and wife, friends of communications Titusville Flori- by Mr. Robert Wright, publisherof
town Tuesday and returned to Jack- to meet for organization at Oleander Point
1 Dr. Wiley, arrived at the Indian River da. the Station Agent, the official of r
sonville 29 paper
7 yesterday. He says everythingat on Saturday March 1st, at 2 p. m. stan
Hotel from Valdosta, Ga., on Monday. the Ticket-Agents' ciation Cleveland
,
the is dard time.
1 Sub-Tropical looking extremely -Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Duffield, and
They are on their honeymoon.Mr. Ohio, spent a few days on Indiau .
well, in fact better than ever. Mrs. Helen A. Clark, of Detroit, Mo. ;
1
W. P. Herrick of Lankton River, hunting and fishing, last week. Tuursby Sociable.
: J -Another meeting of the Indian River and Mrs. Emma Williamson, of Duluth,
South Dakota; and Mrs. Ann Herrick, L. A. M. B. S. took place Thursday evening Minn., arrived in town Monday eveningand Mr. Van Deman says he owes his bad Owing to the failure to secure a suita-

' of Racine, Wis, arrived here on Mondayand last. There were twenty-one in at- left Tuesday for Lake Worth and 'luck at fishing to being in company withBill" ble place ia which to hold a concert for _
left for down the river Tuesday.Mr. Norwood. the benefit of the '
) tendance, and the evening pleasantly other points down the river. Episcopal church -of

:,1 John Semple,wife,daughter and passed away by vocal and instrumental -The morning service, last Sunday, -Rev. Mrs Foy was taken suddenly Merritt, kindly tendered by Miss Emma

jii j grand-daughter of Pittsburg, Pa., arrived music, recitations, etc. There will be at St. Gabriel's Church, was largely at- ill during the delivery of his sermon Thursby, it has been suggested by her,

rabra at this place last Thursday and are another meeting some evening next tended, and during the service the infant Sunday evening, and was obliged to fore- that an informal Lawn Sociable be sub

;;;:.1.1l' taking in the sights of Indian River. week. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown go completing his address. His member stituted. For this purpose Mr. Nevins,
aid that his sermons of Sunday were of the River View hotel at Merrkt has
Arch-deacon Carpenter and bride -Mr. William Treutler of Eau Gallie, and Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson, were ,
among the best he had ever delivered, I generously; offered his house and
Titusville after baptized also Master Julian Wilson and ground
passed! through Monday in company with Mr. G. Longley, of ;
and they were quite pained to see him which adjoin the Thur&by residence.
i noon en route to Rockledge to spend a New York, was in town yesterday. )lr. Miss Jackie Rice.
seized again with one of these attacks.He Miss is
: Thursby so well-known that all
, few days at Mr. Lee's Hotel Indian Longley is a member of the firm of Messrs. Brown, Tuttle, Woodwardand
needs recreation and rest from his who attend the sociable will feel assured
B1rel. Longley Brothers, cloth manufacturer Cooper, solid men from New Haven,
ministerial duties. of> a great musical treat, as well asa good
J.J -Mr. D. McConville, wife and son, New York, and has been staying at Eau Coun., have been in town during the
-Mr. E. A. Osborn and wife of Mid- sociable time. She has with her this sea-
who are annually visitors to Indian River Gallie, Lake Worth and other places of i past week. They expect to spend about ,
dletown, N. J., arrived here Tuesday son her famous "India Jlynab," a bird
,this being Mr. McConville's favorite interest on Indian Biver.Mr. six weeks on Indian River, making excursions -
afternoon, and started for Lake Worth with as rare a voice in its way as its owner -
winter resort, arrived here last Thursdayand and Mrs. J. C. Hersey, of Lead- to different points, with Titus- yesterday morning, where Mr. Osborn and its performances will be one of
down the river. ville as their head.q uarters.
are yule, Colorado, arrived at the Indian has quite an interest in lands and raising the attractions. Local musical talent

-Messrs. Robbins & Graham have sold River Hotel Saturday evening. Mr. -Mr. J. J. Tucker, who many years of cocoanuts, and he thinks our growersof will also be a feature. The sociable will

the Edwards place at Sunbeam, just west 'Hersey is a brother of Sergeant Herseyof ago was sentenced by the judge of the tropical fruits, especially at Lake be held on the afternoon of Thursday,

at to1l'D, to Mr. J. Thatcher Hood, of the Signal Service, and Saturday was Circuit: Court for this circuit for assault Worth, ought to favor the public with March 6th, between the hours of three

Baltimore, who will bring his family here heir first meeting for fourteen years.It with intent to kill, and who afterwards articles: in the press on tropical fruit and five o'clock, and suitable arrange-

and make this his home. is needless to say the meeting of the escaped from the county jail, has been culture. We think )Ir. Gale ought to ments will be made with the steamboatso

-Mr. R. C. Kinney, of Chicago who brothers, after so long a separation, wasa granted a pardon from the State Pardon- respond.A that people both up and down the river
Mr. and Mrs. with' ing Board, and is once more a free man. make the
has been visiting Lake Worth and other joyous one. Hersey. fine hunting and fishing location, may trip and reach home

places down the river for the past few. several friends attended the colored He was in town Tuesday, and is hardly two miles west of Lake Worth postoffice, the; same day, and it is expected that

weeks, returned here Sunday, and le t Spelling Bee Monday, and Mr. Hersey recognized by many of our old residents: on Lake Sunset can be had at a reason- special excursion rates will be obtained. '

Tuesday for other parts of Florida. who was called upon for a speech, ably so great a change has come over him able price by the right party. As a Light refreshments can be had on the
beauties of his mountainous within these years. He now expects to grounds.
the
portayed :
Captain Bradley, of the yacht Sassa- : headquarters for a sportsman's club it .
Leadville which listened cultivate a place on the east side of the There admission
home at was being no fee in order
t cos, who has been seriously ill at the cannot be beat in the State. It consists ,
to with wrapped attention by the river near Titusville, growing vegetables.We to guarantee the success of this enter-
Grand of soil tim-
dew is now rapidly recoveringfrom some fifty acres yellow pine
the severe attack cof inflammationof colored folks. Mr. J. W. Huntington, received a pleasant call Tuesday bered, and suitable for fruit and vege- tainment so generously inaugurated by

the bowels with which he was suddenly also, was compelled to say a few pleasant morning from Dr. Isaac R. Sanford, of table raising, and is partly cultivated.For Miss Thursby, there will be subscription

seized about two weeks ago. things in response to a call for a speech. Sheffield, Mass and Mr. W. B. Peck, of particulars address John F. High- lists distributed and it is to be hoped

-Right Re,. Bishop Weed administered South Egremont Mass. They have. spenta smith. Lake Worth, Fla. that they will be well filled.
-Mr. J. S. Watson has been appointed Mrs. M.
Thompson, at Merritt has the
this
few days at place stopping atSackett's
the rite of confirmation Monday even
J gent for the little steamer Vera, whichis Indian River Hotel and -The new steamers St. Augustine and matter in charge to whom all correspon-
ing at St. Gabriel's Church, to ten per- are
,
St. Sebastian arrived here last
week between Saturday
now making three trips a dence should be addressed.
with this section-in factso
and to two at their private quite pleased
sons persons between o'clock and
ten
this place and Daytona under the com morning noon,
residence making a total of twelve con much so, that Mr. Peck, who is pro-
mand of Captain Kitchell.' The Vera and wharf crowded with people greeted Good land, timbered with large yel
firmed at this place on this*, his annual prietor of a summer resort among the each boat she this her des- low and
lands at the Citizens' wharf. Schedulein as stopped at pine fronting on Lake Worth,
another column. visit. On his return from down the Berkshire hills of old Massachusetts, tination. The captains and crews were at Jewell P. 0., will be sold cheap in lots

river it i is expected there will be two will probably return to Titusville about glad to reach Titusville after such a tedious of any size to suit purchaser. Beautiful
-Mr. Jerome Twichell arrived here the first of next December. Dr. Sanford -
candidates to receive the rites, ere
more journey. As the St. Augustine is a building sites, location high, dry and
from Merritt on steamer St. Lucie he leaves for other portions of the State. mentioned above married Mrs
she has but all
day-boat, no staterooms, healthy; a narrow strip of land only a ,
Sunday where he has spent a few weeks The Bishop's address, Monday evening, Kate B. Moore, formerly the wife of MrW. .
is one magnificent saloon] on the upper few hundred feet wide opposite this land
very pleasantly with Mr. Nevins at the was received by a crowded congregation, B. Moore, who was a resident of Ti
deck, with a fancy purser's 'office at the divides the Atlantic Ocean from Lake
River View. Mr. Twichell returns to and listened attentively to his tusville some six or seven years ago.
everyone forward end of saloon. The St. Sebastianis Worth. Prospectors arQ invited to lookat
Kansas City Friday after having enjoyed discourse which was given with such Next winter Dr. Sanford expects to
very similar to the St. Lucie, but is 15 this land. For further information,
every pleasant vacation on Indian Riv- that it appealed to the bring his wife with him to Florida.]
of
force feeling feet longer; her length on deck is 150 address O. box 5,Jewell,Fla, or Capt. i
which included a trip on sailboat to heart of every person without regard to -The following is the new schedule of feet, beam 24 feet. She has seventeen O. S. Porter, Lake Worth, Fla. '

Jupiter and vicinity their religious persuasion or belief. He the Indian River Steamboat Company, nicely fitted staterooms with two berths .

1 -Miss Katie Paddison gave up charge also expressed great gratification at the which went into effect on the 24th inst. : each. The Captain's state-room is the Xoficc of Dissolution. -'

of her school yesterday to Mr. Schell. progress and improvement made by the i Steamers St. Sebastian and St. Lucie will( least inviting of all, so no one will wantto Notice is hereby giventhat the partnership .;

have I church during the past year. Titusville daily(Sundays excepted) his The St. Augustine heretofore existing between Geo. 4I.
Many of the patrons are sorry to leave occupy quarters. M I. Bobbins, Walter S. Graham, and J. .)
Hi s Katie discontinue teaching as the -Mrs. niinworth and her sons, Frank, at 8 a. m. for Jupiter, landing at Cocoa, is 110 feet long on deck, beam 24 H. Rollins, under the firm name of Robbins

scholars in her department have made! Eustace and Dudley, of Bradford, Eng. Bockledge and Melbourne, and all post- I feet. Both boats have single compound ,, Graham &'Rollins, Real Estate j

excellent progress in their studies. 01 land, who have been staying at Mr. F. :I office landings with U. S. mails south of i engines for propelling power. Both dealers, has tin day been dissolved by* !
mutual M. Bobbin and!
. the fallen I Melbourne arriving at Jupiter at 7 a. m., i steamers visited Sunday by crowds consent George 4
number enrolled a few have B. Sackett's orange grove, at Heath, returned 'i I j I were Walter S. Graham having bought the
off 80 Prof. Schell and Mrs. Schell will I here last week, the boys having: 1 making connection with J. & L. W. Rails II I of people and Captains Bravo and Buie I interest of J. II. Rollins in the above '{

undertake the instruction of them all., killed a six-foot rattlesnake, a large moccasin .1 j way for Lake Worth and points south. were most assiduous in their attentionsto i named firm, and will continue to negotiate -

!fus Katie Paddison had contracted to a raccoon, and other animals and. I j turning north, will]) leave Jupiter at 8 the ladies in showing them over the sales of Heal Estate an! a branch of
I law business under the firm .
their ,
name
teach and hei. for Titu.ville, touching at all landings steamers indeed, Capt. Bravo went t
Banana new
for four months only, birds during their short stay on a. m. : ; of Bobbins & Graham, and will assume 'J
health does not permit her to continu! creek. Mrs. Illinworth and sons, accom, J as above, arriving at Titusville at 3 ; considerably out of his way to oblige the any indebtedness now due by Robbins,

teaching any longer this season.captain panied by two ardent sportsmen-Messrs.' a. m., making connection with J., T. & ; visitors by showing them everything ol Graham & Rolling and collect accounts ,
and Washburn-left here again I K,V. morning trains for all points north. I interest on board. The St. Augustinestarted due to said firm.Titusville '
II. C. arrived here Laflin down her first .
Cassidy I on trip Monday February 11, 1890.
St. Augustine will leave Titus-
from Fernandina Monday afternoon. Hwill e at ten o'clock Monday morning, on the Steamer afternoon at 3:30, but owing to a heavy GEORGE )[. BOBBINS, '.,..> -
go to City Point to attend io some yacht Magic, in command of Capt. Ed.1 I ville daily (Sundays excepted)at 3 p. m. i, freight of oranges on her return the following WALTER S. Gxu atM. .-v .

wharf building for Captain Paddison. Titus, for a fishing and hunting cruise! I Ion arrival of express train from Jack day, missed connection with the J. H. IWLU S. ;
the Indian River, visiting Lake son ville-for Mel bourne with U.S. mails,I noon train on Tuesday. Yesterday, however .
Captain Cassidy expected to have chargi; down Capt. Buie came in on time. The
Illin. at regular landings on signal Halifax and Indian River Lines
of Worth and other places. Mr. touching I
the inside steamer which was to rut I I St. Augustine i is generally admired fox
the Af,. arriving at Melbourne by 11 p. m. Be- in she i Steam Yacht Vera
from Daytona to New Smyrna connecting worth's maid was among party. the splendid manner which The Fast and New
with the Accomacfor ter visiting other parts of Florida, Ne w : turning, will leave Melbourne at 4 a. m.I fitted out. The Sebastian commencet l will leaveOrmond Mondays,Wednesdays
outside steamer, her first trip Tuesday morning goin and Fridays at 7 a. m. for Titusville.
steam:1 Orleans, and probably California, the)r for Titusville daily (Sundays excepted),
Jacksonville but as suitable. I It' : leave Titusville Tuesday
all above arriv throug to Jupiter as per new schedule, Returning, :
**could not be secured for the route, the will return to England, as the boys must touching at landings as which will be found in another column Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m. front 4

running of the Acvomac was at a loss so ''be at college again in May. Mr. nUn- ing at Titusville at 12 noon making con Captain Bravo has charge of the St. city duct, foot of Main treel. Passenger j
both the inside and outride routes were i worth is one of a party who are on iI 11 t nection wiih J., T. & K. W. trains for all I I Sebastian, and says that she will be th, only. '!
Abandoned. I pleasure trip through Egypt this winter. points nortb. speediest boat in the whole fleet. 1 43-3t. CAPT. W)(. };ITCBELL. '

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., Great Social Requisite. CARDS.' -
The
of vultures
the cloud yellow swooping

; down to the feast. A gentleman just in SELECTIONSWHERE -Blue Blood" is still an essential part 4 BEORQS[ iL HOBBIS, \V ALto R. Giuaat-- .
CONFIRMED. from an overland trip from San Diego, of the great social question, but after all President Brewd t> cy. BttntA IV,
c Duval county, to San Antonio says that pure blood is the key of life, and P. P. P. Abstract Co. tBOBBINS .
{ he passed one ranch where there had
has achieved phenomenal success as a & GRAHAM
been 150 people at work. Out of these THEY LIVE LONG. purificaut and corrector of all ailments ,

The News of tho Slaughter of 147 had been seized, and of these 65 percent arising from bad blood and its contingent ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
died. Places In Connecticut Note for Their unhappy eft cts. For sale by all ,
Russian Exiles. Numerous Old People. P. O. Box 250, TITCsVILLE Brewd Co.. flrid*
Texaa Seminary llurued. druggists. Will practice in all the ounces of thentaa.
AUSTIN, Tex., Feb. 21.-The girls' seminary People who want to live to a green old Circuit and in the Supreme Court fpe &l tadJi.
San Marcos miles southof should to Plainville in Con- ABBOTTS EAST INDIAN CORN ties for Examining and Perfecting 1.114 TtGe..
at thirty ,
i Numbor of Convicts killed Said age remove PAINT removes all Corns Bunions and I Correspondence eulicitrd from Claimant*and Ue1rt
to'Be Forty-One. here, was burned Monday night. necticut, early in life. In that high and Warts. to Spanish Grants Money to Loan j j*
1 Three of the ladies were seriously
t. young hilly old place, where the air is pure and
burned, and thirty others only escaped TJ L. GAULDEN,
death by jumping from the third story dry, it is hinted that old people do not XOTICE.To .
The Czar Suspends the Brutal Director
windows to a gallery, from which they die in the usual way; they merely shrivel //tf Citizens of llTcrarcl County: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
v and Orden Him to Report at St. Petersburg escaped on ladders. Many were hurt in and dry up like a hop, and a high wind ,
been appointed by the commissioner Titusville, Florida.
Having
-It k Thought Alexander of Bat- making the jump.AN whirls them out to sea.
finally away
ot said county to represent her at -
tenberg Will Soon Resnme a Prominent old meets a man at )LTIIRASIlE
ASYLUNToN FIRE. Springy age every the Sub-Tropical Exposition at Jacksonville A. ,
Place in Politic*-Notes. turn in Plainville village. Old age fills which opens on January Dth, 1390,

PARIS, Feb. 2O.-The news of the re- Shocking Scenes Follow in the Removalof the offices there, keeps: the stores, tills and knowing the resources: of the county as ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

volt in a male prison in Siberia by which the Patients. the farms; ruddy faced old ladies keep I do, I have no hesitancy in saying that I P. O. Box 20 8.\ FORD, FLA.

forty-one convicts were killed has been LITTLE ROCK, Feb. 19.-At 3 o'clock house for jaunty old fellows. One is fully believe, with a hearty co-operation of Circuit Will practice and Supreme in all Court.the <<:_I1:1.tIU ot tie Smtli

confirmed. Also the public flogging of Sunday morning fine broke out in the not much thought of. in Plainville, not the people, we will not only make the best ]

)!me. Sihidi because she denounced the boiler room of the insane asylum near reckoned to have attained a discreet and exhibit but will capture the capital prizeof ALLEN E. HEYSEK,

director of the prison for debauchingand ; this place and spread rapidly throughoutthe sober understanding until he has reachedthe $1,000. It will be impossible for me to : -

causing: the death of her beautiful entire buildmg. There wore nearly age of three score years and ten at visit each and every producer; I therefore
500 in the building all of whom who has AttorneyataM Ccu
patients
16-year-old sister who went to look: after least. At 70 years the folks begin to calla earnestly request everyone any- -yaiicEr.4
were removed from the different wards of exhibition to write me.
Mme. Sihida's comfort. In the revolt So-and-So 80 he is n thing worthy Lake Worth !*Dade
to; the first floor, preparatory to taking man 'Squire What we want is a full exhibit of the products County, Florida.
that followed forty-one convicts were them from the asylum. sage, and his wisdom has weight.The i of the county. We do not ask as a Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade

.killed. The czar, it is reported, has sus- During the removal a scene of pande- pushing world has never surmised donation ; we will 'pay a fair price for all County lands.JOXES .

I nded tho director and ordered him to monium reigned, the patients scream- just what a spot for old people Plainvilleis articles. To the ladies, do we especially appeal -
,report at St. Pttersburg. ing, cursing and sobbing with terror as until old Mr. Sanford died there a few for some of their domestic work. & ATKINSON,
the hustled them from floor to
keepers weeks ago at a great and merry old age. K. P. PADDISON,
ALEXANDER OF BATTENBERG. floor until they were in comparative
s-al-Law
"He was 00 odd years, his neighborssaid Commissioner. Attorney ,
safety. Meanwhile the water gave out
He Will Probably Shortly Resume His then some one tried to count the
and only the timely arrival of the fire ; Titusville, Florida.
Former Prominence In Politics. engine from this city prevented the old folks in the place. lie quickly discovered XOT1CE.

LONDON, Feb. 20.-The appointment complete destruction of the building. that it was a task to do so, and In the Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, J T. SANDERS,

"by the Emperor of Austria of Prince One wing, including the boiler room, that there are about as many old peopleas Mate of Florida, County of Dade, in rsr:? '

Alexander of Battenberg to the colonelcy Sump room, engine house, laundry and young folks in Plainville. First he Chancery. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

of an Austrian regiment, is generally re- house, kitchen, bath rooms and counted old Mr. Sanford's widow (she is Elnathan. Field Rill practice in all Uie;Court* U the Seetni Ju
was destroyed, entailing a loss of ) dicial Circuit of 17orlm: .
evidence that pantry a. So.:' ;
garded as: the young man pretty old, being 89 years, lacking onlya vs. Y Injunction.Ezra .
about No insurance PO.Dox:
$35,000. 2S5.
r TITUSVILU
will at no distant day resume his former few months of being 00); then he care- A. Osborn.It J Monej'to Lena ru.
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prominence in European politics, an Victims of a Wreck Tiring Suit. fully enumerated all the old folks rightin appearing from the affidavit of Clias

event which will insure the enlivenment TORONTO Ont., Feb. 2';.-The victimsof Mr. Sanford's own neighborhood in Panridge, one of the solicitors for the DR L. T. DANIEL,
of political affairs at seteral of the con- complainant in the above cause herein _
the railway accident on the Grand the western part of the town, and, not
tinental capitals.It filed that the defendant. Ezra A. Osborn
Trunk St. Ham-
railway at George, near
extending his canvass beyond a quarterof DENTIST
will be recalled that Alexander ,
was a is a non-resident of the State of Florida
ilton, about began suit fordamages
year ago mile from the Sanford
t a general in the Austrian army duringthe against the railway a chimney and that his address and residence is at COCOA, .
time he occupied the throne of Bulgaria here Tuesday, consolidating:: their company suits, tops, he reported UMSSS:: smart and chip Middletown. State of :New Jersey and FLQRITiM
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and also held a position of similar the aggregate amout of which is ;oOO-; per old folks: Philo Goodal, aged 82 that the said defendant is over twentyone I>. DODSON,
rank in the military service of Prussia 000. years; Mrs. Goodale; Jeremiah Neale, :years of age. It is therefore ordered !.

and of Russia. Besides these nominalor 84; Mrs. Nettle, 82; Solomon Curtiss, 83; that :you do answer or demur to the Complainant's .
complimentary commands he held a Foreign. Mrs. Custiss, over 90; Deacon E. II. bill herein filed on or before DENTIST,
position in the admiration of the European The medical examination proved that the the third of :March A. D. 1890, else TixubviLLE
WilLiam day FLORIDA
82
soldiery generally and the Bulgarian Sultan of Zanzibar died from sunstrokeThe Lewis, 83; Mr. Carpenter, ; Capt. It is ,
Wheeler 81 Eaton 78 said bill will be taken as confessed. Aching teeth filh-d and raved augers <7e tr
; Elijah ; rtrj
army particularly, as an actual Chilian government is resorting to the
further ordered that this notice be pub- thenertea. Teeth with .I..f' treated rc.ct,*
commander of signal ability in time of subsidy system to maintain first-class steam Amos Webster, over 80; Mrs. Webster, lished in the FLOKIDA STAR a newspa- fully. Hoots rrowi.fd stI>.ta'tally FUt u.f
war, his right to which reputation no communication with foreign ports. over 80.The Tiuisville Fla., in the pure Para uu\. Broken Matt* merd LiiLj;
man couM more thoroughly attest if heR The latest developments show m're Si- district In which all the old ladies i per published at week for four fitting platts corrected Ttttb extra.ttd passes
I countv of Brevard. once a ly- Office 011 Wathiiigton avenue f
would, than his whilom adversary, ex- berian borrors. Women have been delilier- and gentlemen noted dwell is not a village consecutive weeks. _

0 King Milan of Scrvia. atcly flogged to death and others have sui- or even a hamlet, but an old fash- Witness A. F. Quimby Clerk of the WAI1fEU S. GRAHAM. D.
Moreover he developed the qualities of cided to escape ucb brut slity. Such official
ioned typical Connecticut country neighborhood Circuit Court and the seal of said court.
statesmanship which he possessed to a barbarism is exciting universal cou-
D. Office Cuusultaticu. $).(*;.
degree which marked him as a man des- dtMnnation.Tha with here and there a quiet, at Juno, this 28th day of.JanuarA.

tined to become the peer of the leading OAr of Kiveda has b come such a confirmoo comfortable) old farm house. In the 1890. Visit in litusTill. |2 00.
AI. F. QUIMBY. Calls between 10 p. m. and 6 a. ni.will be Charley
and of and of Plainville lives the oldest nERT
diplomats politicians Europe slav to the habit of injecting mor- eastern part double rates.. '
it was his misfortune that he should have phia that, be is now said to inject duly from inhabitants of the town, Mrs. Tillotson, Clerk Circuit Court Dade Co. Obstetrical cares, and cases cot*id* the Ccr)< become so involved in the meshes of the twelve to fifteen grains of this seductive who is 90 years and 5 months old. Then FOSTER &; PARTRIDGE, tion are pot>mvely declined.

all-prevailing intrigue of the time that drug. The czar has made many efforts to there is William Harris, 82 years of age, 42 Solicitors for Complainant.IVOTJCK. .
he found it expedient to turn his back bntik himself of a habit whioh must disstr'l"J.iy LEWIS,
in the Within
same neighborhood. two J.F.
I upon Russia to which power he owed And tf persevered in, but the resultof
more than any other, or all others. total attention from the use of the in- years in this end of the town two couples In Circuit Court fur the 7th Judicial Cir-
Then followed his dethronement his have died, both of whom had celebrated CiYil Eciineer! and Enirar
j'tion even forty-eight hours has been sucha cuit in and for Brevard county and State ,
banishment from Bulgaria, and his terrible state of nervous debility and do- their golden weddings, namely, Mr. and of Florida-In Chancery, A. D. IP.;O. Tiiiisdlle, Fin.T .
gradual disappearance from public view. presi jn that he has not been ablo to persist Mrs. Norris Clark, both over 80 years, Frank Forster, John F. Delaney

But he is too able a man to remain longin in his resolve. and Mr. and Mrs. Levi Curtis, aged re and Peter Roller, 1 ? B. BURCHFIELD,
obscurity, he being the sole pos.e'i'lorof Reform party was successful in the Hawaiian spectively and 85: .
years.
the Battenl). brains and FrancisJoseph'is vs.
erg islands election F.b. 5-
Then the curious of Plain-
investigator :Emma M. Apthorp, George COUNTY SURVEYOR.
to lie congratulated that he has Floods have washed entire familiesin
ended the term of Alexanders retire- North Queensland Australia.away ville longevity went to the town clerk's ry Apthorp, Ellen \r I1en-J

ment and secured his services. The Gen. Boulanger has Uvn refuel a divoros office and examined the vital statistics Apthorp, and Grace Orders by mail will receive AS prompt
statement that Alexander is to IK raisedto of the town in the past twenty-five attention as calls in person.Address .
at Borne He owes Mme. B cine nain $3)UOO, years.He It appearing by the affidavit George
the rank of general within a short and wants to marry! bet badly. found that a very largo proportionof M. Robbins, agent of complainant, that : Georgian Fit

time meets with general credence and President Caruot has decided to pardon tho deaths noted in the records were Emma M. Apthorp, :Ellen Wentworth
wherever he is known. RUE P. ELY
approval The prediction is freely made that he the Duke of Orleans and haw him escortedto of persons who were more than 75 Apthorp and Grace Apthorp reside LA ,

the frontier. years old. Consumption is almost unknown within the United States, but withoutthe
wit throne,.not whose wear stability a crown will and not occupy be'dependent a- British miners, nearly 4OOfk, )) in number, in the town, and people having .State of Florida, and that :Emma M. Notary Public for the State at Large.

upon the caprice of an.- individual cent.will alhere advance to in their wages.Crime .demand for a 10 per: weak .lungs who come to the town to Apthorp is of age, and Ellen Wentworth Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist

sovereign or menaced by the --- live usually rally right of, and in a yearor Apthorp and Grace Apthorp arc CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof
machinations of spies and traitors. and Cosulttes. two have leaped upon the track in the minors. It is therefore ordered that tIle
The iv&urreotion. so to peak, of the A deficit of $ttJOO, has ben found in the general race for longevity. Plainville is said above-named defendants do answeror over SO years' experience. Natural

erstwhile niter of Bulgaria will perhapsbe accounts of John A. Davis, e.t.V' treasurer of: a discouragingly healthful place for a demur to said bill of complaint filedin finish a specialty.
unwelcnne news to the czar, Queen Rochester, N. Y. this before the tenth day 3Iclbouriic Florida. *
doctor who has his to win. cause on or ,
Victoria and the German emperor for a There are applicants for the office of a* of March A. I). 1890, or said bill be taken -
The natural for its
cause salubrity is
variety of well-known but it is ant of fie' hill ap-
reason secretary war, although: creating -
not likely that any one of them will it has not yet passed both branches of parent. Though it is in the Farmington against them as confessed. It is fur- NAU1tiL.N'S:

strew his path with Ustncles congress valley, It is the highest valley land between ther ordered that this order be publishedin

Three persons were killed and ten injured i Massachusetts and Long Island the FLORIDA STAR newspaper oncea NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY

MWANGA'S REHABILITATION in a wreck on the :Mf.>non route, near Itttch- sound, its altitude above tide water be- week for four consecutive weeks.
I Witness the Hon. John D. Broome THE PIONEER AGEM T.
ell Ind. ,
,WM Only After Much Bloodshed, :Knropean ing not less than 190 feet. The air is always .
AIiI.t.Unc--tlnrrlb1. Massacre.ZAKZIBAR Thomas Ryan, a Gaorce-.ville: saloonkeeper pure, and there is no miasma in Judge of said court, at the Court Houseat For terms and sample copies addrmCHAS.
shot and killed Napoleon Saver Titusville, this 4th day of February,
Feb. 20.-In his the crystal streams, limpid well water
strugglefor and Joshua Stevens in a quarrel! over a A. D. 1890. .II. N.LN,
the, recovery of the throne Uganda, game of cards.Engineer and hard, strong soil. A. A. STEWART, Titusville P. O., Brevard county,Fla, .

Mwanga was assisted by Europeans. Fite confesses that IH was to Middletown city, embowered among Cl'k Circuit Court Brevard Co. Fla.

There was very severe fighting. KiuKalema's blame for the accident on the Motion near the highest Connecticut foothills, is an- BOBBINS GRAHAM, "\ ". R. KNOX,

force was annihilated, a few :Mitchell, Iud.Herman other wonderfully healthful place; some 4'k Sol's) for Complainants.
Arabs escaping the subsequent mas shot awl killed Isaac HOUSE AND SIGNTITUSVILLE PAINTER
Royo/insky think that it is the most healthful city in ,
sacre. Jacob, seriously woundvil his wife and then
the world. Two or three score of its
During the battle a dhow on the lake committed suicide in New York Sim'lay. FLA.
conveying some Arab chiefs with muni- The state department is trying to get some citizens are more than 70 years old, anda HODGSON BROSI ,
tkms was blown up, and all on board information in repinl to the detention of score of Middletown's real old peopleare Any and ail kind of work done with the In--
lierigbed. In the: dhow were twelve the American schooner Julian, seized; by the over 80. Special attention to inaide nnUMmr. ao04>

, Arab chiefs and 2C<0 fighting slaves. The authorities at Carth\"l1\ for alleged violation For a little twn, Enfield takes the Y
battle occurred at the capital of Uganda. of their customs, Hws. palm for healthfulness in a competitionwith HAVING BOUGHT THE INDUSRIVEH
Only three Arabs The victims -- BAKERYWe
escaped. .'t'Non"t. all the rest of the world. Since General Merchants
include members of most of the leading
Zanzibar families. It is not known who It is reports that James R Garfield, the 1865 twenty-five persons have died in will Keep on Hand Every Day

were the Europeans who aided Mwanga, second son of the late president, is engaged that place who were over 100 years old, PIES
but it is surmised that they belonged to to marry Miss Helen Newell daughter of and in the same period no less than 12'2who' FRESH BREAD, CAKES, ,

Jackson's and Gedge's caravans.Hntsian John Newell, president of the Lake Shore< were between 80 and 90 years ofage. : '
road Eau Gallie Florida
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There are still living in Enfield ,
War Preparation The second woman lawyer wes admitted to
ODESSA, Feb. 20.-Two thousand ammunition the bar in Philadelphia a few days 8.:;(". She seven persons over 90 years old, and on Bottlers of Sodawater Ginger
Is Miss Rebekah K. Roberts, and one street in the village reside fifty per- ,
and baggage and other was preceded INDIAN RIVER. "
wagons
# military vehicles jut built at Warsaw, by Miss Carrie B. Kilgore sons who are between 70 and 90 years of; Ale and other Drinks.

in addition to fifty light draught pontoon Robert Louis Stevenson, the author, is on age "Better call Enfield Longevity ,

boats, have :arrived here on the way his way from Australia to the United ville," chuckled an Enfield sage day. Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
to Batoum. Their ultimate destinationis States, and it is said that he intends hereafter The oldest lady in the sky scraping, ATTENTION.

ferret. Twelve thousand troops were to make his home in New York. He hard old hill town of Andover, Tolland Week Month
Day or
tent to Batoum-early-in--January.- ,has,lands had. a long cruise among the South Seal county, died a fortnight ago at the age: SA. BELCHER & COMPANY

Colonial Confederation. Theodore Thomas will marry a Chicago of 97 years. She was the widow Abigail : ===:PROPRIErOruTITUSVILLE ;,'

MELBOrR Feb. 20.-The colonial lady named Fay. Bingham.Mrs. FOR SALE -

confederation conference passed a vote Treasurer Huston has no present intention Parmela Spalding, of Abington, FLA. 49

empowering: the premier of the colony of of resigning, and is not likely to do so in old Windhara county, is pretty old. mSOTICE. -

Victoria to convene the conference again Ala j. McKinley will go to Fortress Monroe This is her history: Born in 1796, united The Grove .

in 1891. and then--adjourned.No -.--- for a week or two. with the Abington village church in 1817, Bagger LAND OFFICE, GAIXESVILIX Fuu,"I

Jury for the Prens.PAEIS The Fire Record. wedded in 1825; has been a good woman Feb. 5th. 1800. /

Feb. 20.-The senate Friday Fire at Greenville, Miss., destroyed property all her life, and a model housewife for :Merritt's Island, Indian River, Notice Is hereby given that tbe follow

discussed M. Barth 's bill providing that valued at $ Oro\ about eixry-five years. She is as smartas ing-named settler has filed notice of W*

press insults offered to government offiCials The Toronto university was totally destroyed ever, and her eyesight and hearing are Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South Intention to make final proof In inppct
shall be tried before by fire Friday night. The loss will] of his claim and said will I*
a magistrate wonderfully acute. She is like nea.r1vall that proof
and not by a jury.SMALLPOX'S. reach over 500,000. The fire was caused bj old ladies there unusual Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostly made before the Judge of Circuit Court
very being an
the of in besides
Limes
-- -- upsetting a lamp. AU the building bearing, Guavas and court. **
or in his absence Clerk of said
RAVAGES. were destroyed including a library that amount of sunniness in her kindly face. Bananas, and about 8 Acres of uncleared 1890 &'
Titusville Fla.
Al'rll8tb.
cost $100,000, and a valuable museum fall of Willimantic (Conn.) Cor. New York Land. on DO.
counting Fla.,
Decaying: Corr the Air in Stephen Elite LaGrange
specimens and One domestic Sun.
apparatus. Beautiful situation, overlooking the In- ofS.E4 -
12337 for theS.E.N. E.t X.E.l
Texa -Alone the Rio Grande.SAN .
was severely burned. The insurance is $K>L
dian and Banana River. *
Sec 15, T. 21 S., 1:.34 E. lIe names tj
ANTONIA 000. .
Tex., Feb. 20.-Travelers Shot and Killed Ills Brother. For terms and other particulars address following witnesses to prove bps continuous
from the lower Rio Grande report The Death RoIL ARLINGTON, Ore.. Feb. 21.-News hai residence and cultivation of

that the ravages' of smallpox in the infected -. C. Latham Sholec the inventor of the been received here that at a ball at said land, vlz: upon t'om'' '

district have been terrible.: The I typewriter, died Monday night at his home, Hardmar, last Friday night, Zeb Dick- Dr. TCittfeld, Georgiana, Fla.;: Michael English, Moses B. 1Ietze!'.

passer along the lonely reads occasion in Milwaukee, at the age of 71 years. Mr ens shot and killed-his brother Wake Or, F. H. GOULIV 15 Roseville of Titusville, Fla.; Lawrence J. Car lie'
whiff 6hoies Was a pioneer journalist of Wbctazln. Zeb was jealous of his brothers atten- ave., Th-
ally gets a from the decavingcorpse Thomas J. Cockshutt of IaGran .
the tions to his wife. He gave himself up Newark N. J. ,r.
in bush ot locates theJD..by to the authorities. 43 ALEX. LTXCU, nt



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1 27. 1890.fjCnn -l'


i:I selling lottery tickets and extensively Governor Campbell was cnosen presi-

III EATEN BY SHARKS tarried on by'law.Cherokee though. both appear to be prohibited dent., James John H.Swann Inman and, John other C.promi-Calhoun Indian River Steamboat Co. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. .


' -31n.t nent New Yorkers will be on the directorate ,

;(' M5iSH1N: Outlet?, Feb. Q.-The Varate,!. with such men as Sam. Inman, Schedules in effect JAX. 27, 1890. A. CAMPBELL 4 4Jacksonville
president
Pat. Calhoun, E. P. Howell and others
Dozen Hen Devoured in directing y afternoon issusd a proclamation from Atlanta. The :plan is to invest the STEAMER: ST. LUCIE,

i OceaiL removal of all cattle from juJicionsly southern lands Leaves TITl"SIU.EIon Fla.
the Indian grazing what is money in ,1Ys, Wednesdays -
upon known
the
Cherokee and to hold out
&. outlet in the northern special invitations to and Fridays for Jupiter.
part of the northern and
western
people to locate
tI tho Sea by thSlippIng Indian Territory by the first day of Oc- here. STEAMER GEORGIAXA, Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines
!H I : thrown' Into toberii 'vi.unlessnegotiationsnowpend- Leaves Titusville daily at..G. a m Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &

-.1 i of a Rop9 ingforthecesrion the l ; of that territory to Arrives at Melbourne.................12 noon white Organs and Chicago Cottage
'-ti States shall have been compkttl DICK: HAWES' EMPLOYMENT. Organs.I .
"' "wr then the Returning:
: cattle mast
be
Intjnedlately Gobbled Up by movcu ) re- He la Daily Writing Confessions Each will Sell and Deliver at
;bay Are direct i.ir.h\v-th; upon notice. He also OiQi'rent from All Others. Leaves Melbourne\ .....................12 noon station High GradePIANOS your nearest
in Full > that
&Ia'jurenou Monsters Sight of mitted no additional herds be per- BIRMINGHAM Ala. Feb. 21. Arrives Titusville.................. 6pm
to cuter this -Monday
r."aeD-ers-Death of Count territory after this Above daily a
An-I except Sunday.
.t the date. morning a dark-haired man wearing a
Students Dismissed
S /American slouch hat and an air of mystery, was STEAMER WHITE

?sa the Berlin University. RIVER STEAMER SUNK. seen standing outside the entrance to

IDS, Feb. 21.-While the Peninsular The I.,uie Sinks in Fifty Feet of Waterin the jail. To ail who would talk to him Leaves Melbourne daily.J6ST .
i
.. Orient company's steamer Victoria, the St. Johns Hlver. he would explain that he had come all Connection is made at Titusville .

i !ajg oa her way from Colombo to Aden, JACTCSON-VILLE Fla. the: way from Charleston, W. Va., to with trains of the J., T. & K. W. System OR .
Feb.
,
. -.' jumped overboard and while m.-The see Dick Hawes and to witness his execution to and from all points North, and"at
:! tiger steamer:: Louise of the Jacksonville x
I and Ht said his name was M. L.
were lowering a boat the Jupiter with daily stage for Juno ((8
Aj (creW dipped! and fifteen men fell into Iayport line ran into an obstruction lliddleton. and that he was a surveyorjy I miles) where connection is made with
tIe early Sunday morning Hunter's prof:sion.
of these and the buicide near the steamer "Lake Worth" for all landings ORGANSFOPi
, j &>e3- Eleven : :Mill on the St. Johns river, and; was "I ha\e 1,000 to bet," ho said "that I on Lake Worth.
j sharks in full
devoured by sight of
. .ere sunk in less than three minutes. One will talk with Dick Hawes. I will see
him hanged, unless the pol'ce lock W. B. WATSON, Superintendent.G. .
die pasaenbers. __ man was drowned and the o*her ; me
passengers up that day; that H the only they D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent. LEi
way MONEY
Cuunt AnJrassy Dead. and crew barely. wW their than any other house in the
. ar6' can keep me horn seeing the execution. D. F. JACK, General Manager.A. t mted States. I Mill ship, a Piano or Organ to
fID-S.l, Feb. 21.-Count; Andrassv LJ lives The Louise left Mayport late Sat- I[ went to Fait Lake City to see Elder any honest man or woman on trial, and If not
. deed The Hungarian statesman: has urday night, bound for this cit\ She Lee before 1)9 was hanged. They told L. Hatch satisfactory. I will pay freight both ways. $25 ;
at Volo&ca had & Son: cash and $10 a month on a Fiat.o, and ;
igea fll for some time near on board a crew of sixty men, including me it was impossible; I could not see $5 a month on an Organ tillpaidfor-not'mnch$10 cash aid

pie, wbere'he died. lie was in tho Capt. Charles Floyd and seven lim; but 1 haJ a long talk with him DEALERS IX more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
cfe year of his age. Pci sengers. The run from :\la\ port is just the same. I aL-o went afterward to terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for ;

. ; (joust Julius Andrassy was born MayA only two or three hours, and the passengers Richmond to sec Chuerius, and saw him DRY GOODS NOTIONS beet FREE Music CATALOGUE containing full Information 'f
He entered public life at Strings, Violins. Banjos, Guitars Acordeon j
an were
1S& alllymg'asleep about the cabin han cd. I want to see Dick IIaw,3hanged !, and in fact, every Musical Instrument
earlr age Ue figured prominently in with their clothes on. AJxnit I :oO o'clock Lwau&e I am anxious to ee a ,I that is made,and at very low prices. Send for com
$3 when lie was a member of Kos- the steamer crashed: m,u some obstruction man hanged who has the nerve to kill Hardware vIde Catalogue*. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice .j
b"' After the collapse of Crockery, Saddlery, Music at 10 cents.'per copy.
,; ministry. supposed to be a sunken lighter, his own children.
Hungarian rebellion he fled to for- and sank in about three minutes liases is engaged in writing about Stationery, Family Medi- A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fte. 5. ..

aga countries. He returned after sev- Capt. Floyd gives the following ac- one confession a day, all of which are cines, Garden SetJs, J
. eaJ years in consequence of the imperial count of the disaster: "When the boat different from each other. The last ones '

Austrian amesty for political offences truck we rushed to the cabins, and in the shape of a dying statement to CHOICE GROCERIES J. MCALLISTER,

i wed in 1856. When Hungary regained called to the passengers to make for the his new \vifo Miss May Storey, in which EAU GALI.IE,: t
.
ancient constitution Andra!> was lifeboat. The water rushed in fast he .
her sy so ic positively asserts that himself Hay Corn Fertilizers.
ejected.a member of the diet, and in that the boat could not be reached, and killed :May Hawes; that John Wyly had Mapes .Is Prepared to Sink ARTESIAN

180 appointed president of the Ilunprian we finally got in a life raft and cut it nothing to do with any of the murders, CITY POIXT, FLORIDA WELLS at any placebetween Georgiana
loose. This was on the hurricane deck, and that he accused him of it for spite and St. Lucie ; 75c. per foot to 300ft.

la =was called by the Emperor to which w* had retreated. There were only. Repeatedly in this letter to May PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup w'ili contract to any depth. 4

Austria to the portfolia of the minitr1 ten persons: on the raft, and myself and storey he swears: that he is telling the

of foreign affairs for the whole Eph. Hood in the water. I threw my truth; that he makes it to her as a Barrels $2.25. EACOTT &
Bocarcbr, as successor to Count Von arm over a stick of wood, which aidedme written and last statement and that he CO.,
)!mot, One of his great achievements in keeping above the surface. Wes- is dying for her. He coldly remarked to Gauged to order, ten cents extra.

ws the settlement of the vexed easternmotion ley Evans, a young colored passenger, Sheriff Smith Monday morning: "I will TITUSVIIXE, FiA.,

which filled so large a place in went down with the boat and was nover hang on Feb. 30 if I can help Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. TIN & \

, &history of European countries. drowned. We were not in the water it. You may change my cell and my O. B. SHEET-IRON WORKERS

i very long, for the schooner Jesse W. clothes a dozen a times a day and put a .
1 r AMERICAN STUDENTS "FIREa" Starr came to us and took us all in. Tho military company in my cell to watchme Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers GUTTERING ROOFING

flea the Berlin Unhenlty-Dbgraceful I Louise lies in fifty feet of water, nothing but that doesn't change my purpose." from $2.00 up. '

J Conduct the Caus being visible but about five feet of her It is generally believed here that he And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.'
smoke stack. She belongs to the estateof will suicide by some means. Tanksind
LQSDOS, Feb. 21.-The action of the the late Alexander Wallace and GALVANIZED WORK,
was
all
kinds of COOPER
WORK to order.T. .
dhoritks of the Berlin university in valued at about $loX, >0." KILRAIN WHIPPED.A And Repairing of all kinds

snussing absolutely-striking their JOIIXSOX,
Young Californian Worsts film In Six .
THE HALF HAS NOT BEEN TOLD.
mores from the roll-forty odd Ameri-

1 oa pod students feeling,which has destroyed existed in much the Amer-of the Destitution Than In South First Dakota Reported.Even Greater. NEW ORLEANS Hounds ,In Feb.NeOrl&"UKo 21.-Kilrain was LaGrange, : : Florida. Drugs 1! Drugs Drugs !

never more humiliated than Monday
xfca toward
colony Germany in consequence SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALEThe
BITFALO, N. Y., Feb. 22.-The Courier
of the amicable settlement of the night, when he was forced to lower his
ouooan difficulty and the decided publishes an extract from a private letter colors to J. J. Corbett practically a
i
friendship of the emperor and the chancellor written by a farmer in Edmonds noviee in the pugilistic ring. Corbett is Subscriber offers for Sale, in Lotsto

fur Minister Phelps, which hasbeen county, S. Dak., to a friend in this city, a young teacher of the Olympian club, suit Purchasers, some A Fine Assortment of

lately"evinced. The change of sentiment inclosing a circular appeal sent out by San Francisco, and weighed but 183
.
the central relief committee at- 500 Acres of Selected Portionsof DRUGS
calling which less ,#
show how
only goes to slight a pounds, was twenty pounds ,
.
thing will turn cordial liking into indifferent tention to the distress of South Dakotan than Kilniin's weight. It was a six- the above-named Lands. .
farmers, and asking for help. The letter PATENT ]MEDICINES < !
*or dislike.It round match, for $ ,!'iCO a side. '_ :
i learned upon Incontrovertible authority says: To the surprise of the spectators, and Situated on Sebastian Bay and Indian SYRINGES i
that the Despite the facts stated in the circular Kilrain tho ,
as-
dropping of the students particularly youngster
TO not and I knew them to be true, all the influence sumed the offensive from the beginning River
only an act of simple justice, STATIONERY\ FANCY & TOILET
wi thai the final course was not taken and power of wealth are employed to and in the second round drew first blood
*affl 'idvice, admonition and even I hide those facts from the knowledge of thee from over Kilrain's right optic. AND ESPECIALLY ,SUITED FOR ARTICLES ,)

flmai! had proved unavailing. It was I states generally reason for the adoptionof Kilrain sprinted, as he did in the fight WINTER HOMES. Kept constantly hand. .

p!that .the cause of the dismissal this course by the bankers,landmarks and with Sullivan, in order to avoid punish on .
ofttae young men was the frequency others of that ilk, of South Dakota, is that ment. At the end of the sixth round These Lands are in the immediate Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
a their visits to Heidelberg and ienna. they fear that if the true state of the farmers both eyes: were closed and his lips were vicinity of the t
nil explanation of the matter is the is known, the consequences will be disastrous badly swollen while Corbett did not compounded at all hours. ;

tttreme of Hyperbole. It was not the to them. Those men have even gone show the slightest evidence of punishment FINEST FISHING, HUNTING,
J.
wits; but the outrageously disgraceful to the extent of sending emissaries in ad- Kilrain then challenged Corbett AND SEA BATHINGTo B. SCREVEN, Druggist* I

. Gfconrt of the students while on their vance of our representatives who are appeal- to a twenty-round contest which will
reunions mentioned that brought ing for aid for us, denouncing them as impostors likely be accepted.The be found in the whole Indian TITUSVILLE, FLA.

, gout their downfall and it is asserted ,collecting on their own account. Car exhibition included contests between River[ Section, and have also the advantage -

U pcn excellent authority that the fact loads of feed have been detained many Bezinah, of Covington, and Johnson of Daily Communication by NOTICE. 1

,." SW they were Americans alone prejeated depots owing to their representations, and and Clfary and Smith, of Cincin- Steamers with all points north.
; their arrest in the places vis- we are deprived of the food, clothes and fuel nati. Bt'/inah and Cleary won with lit- Actual Settlers and Improvers will be All concerned will take notice that, six
feed, we are so much in need of. tle trouble. specially favored. Correspondence in months after date, I will present my final "J I

It i fc fact not to be disputed that Amer- The governor also says that Governor '1.", ntvpn Round F1cht. vited. Address, account to Honorable of Brevard Minor S. Jones,
**m of all other tourists and sojourners Mellette did not exaggerate when he County Judge county, Florida '1
SAN FRFE."b.. 31.-Billy Mahan,
oaoBly meet with good said that thousands were on the verge of Frank H. Allen Norwich Conn.283t. and farther an order dismissing me from ,
exceptionally defeated iriffen the ,
t thstment in starvation in Miner county alone and of this city, Jimmy the execution on the estate of John .
Germanv. well
'';'' dated are they that nineteen counties were sadly in St. Paul light-weight: in twenty-seven E. Moore, late of said county, deceased.
indeed that If one is arrested it1y
Occidental Athletic club
the
rounds at
bt assumed need of aid, and that South Dakota could S. II. RAY, Administrator.
with that he hasypously .
safety ){ iulav night. Grirten fought gamely y an old reliable '
her WANTED Titusville, Jan. 6,1800. 38-6mo.
not possibly relieve needy ones. I
transgressed the most lenient
but was baldly punished, his lips and AGENTS firm; large profits f
of decency. Therefore it may be MORMON CONVERTS. not>e gin; rut and his. body covered Sample free. A rare op- NOTICE.

.fined that there was abundant reason -- with blood. Mahan forced the fighting portunity. Geo. A. Scott, 842 B'way, X. Y.
I r harsh treatment to which the On of Them Beturu to Alabama from nearly all th* time, and in the last three In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial !

its"'wj subjected.Prince Utah With a Tale of Wow.BIRMINOHAM rounds knocked Griffen down six times.In AOEXTS WANTED Al A i jest and finest abTO Circuit of the State of Florida, Dad

i Bismarck. Ala., Feb. 20.-George the part round Griffen received a terrific SELL riNLESs h|11 tics without pins County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery.

) :, .The animation conveyed in late dislithtt Preston, of Clay county, Ala., returned low on the jaw, which sent him cLOTitES-LINE; I iU Clothes do not Albert M. Field ") -
that Prince Bismarck wiH home a few days ago from Utah, where to the door striking his head heavily on no more freeze to it and vs. > Divorce 1

: moct immediately resign his connec- hf\ went ten months ago as a convert toIormonwm. the boards, and when picked up he was pins clothesPINS cannot blow off. Leahretta C. Field J

with| the Prussian ministry except ) Retells a thrilling storyof insensible.: holds It is a perfect Upon the bill in said suit being filed and
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i': < at which is conferred upon him the treatment of convert by the Mormons A CLOSE CALLA winter line. Sample line sent by mail for due proof made, as appears by the affidavit t

tllrsugh the exalted office of the imperial when they reached Utah. He says 50c., also 50ft. line by mail $l.2wi prepaid. of complainant to the same, showingthat ,
cdloreh p is in direct confirmation the women converts are married to Printer, Suspected of Robbery, Ha aIn For circulars, price list, terms address the the said defendant resides out of said .

*tlie chancellor's own remark a short elders, who in most cases have thl'or igh Kxperlenc in Mexico. PINLESS CLOTHES LINE CO. State, it is hereby ordered that a hearingbe

JB* ofUt .\ ho proposed throwing four win already, and if they offer the FORT ?mrrn. Tex.. Feb. 19.-H. T. 17 Ilermon St., Worcester, Mass. had on the facts charged in said bill on

rL' the work of Prussian state slightest resistencb they are flogged or Cherry. a printer...vrho arrived here Sunday the first Monday in April, A. D. 1890, and

wi,topn younger shoulders. otherwise punished until they submit night, tells that a few nights ago a that said Leahretta C. Field do appear before -
J*&)lightening of the chancellor's burIt FOR SALE said before said first Monday
The men who have been promisedhomes safe at Alvarado,was robbed 600. andhe court on or -
S 8! is understood, is quite as much and farms are compelled to give being a stranger in the town, was in April, 1890, and plead or answer to

f' \. tIle result health of the emperor s soUtitude for up aU the money they have to the arrayed and placed in jail. The following TilE ELEGANT said bill and defend against the same and

. q. and strength of the ohancel- church, and then they are turned adriftto day he was released, as there was no the facts charged therein and to do further
I a *;a1 toad of the latter's desire to rid himself live as best they can.Preston evidence against him. He went than RESIDENCE AND GROVE and receive what said court shall consider '

that he has carried for many and his young wife were converted there to })organ. and it happened that in said cause. {
xrln L + now that he has borne to the goal to Mormomsm ago shortly after His arrival in the town a Done at Chambers at Tavarcs this. 9th
for it. Though the active work by twoeWeis who were prosestin" in fcGO robberytook place. He was arrested OF L. E. BARNES, day of December A. D.I889.
be
p0Ire'tn71! done by others, the directing Clay county. They sold all they hand on suspicion, but again released, after FLA. JOHN D. BROOME,
LEDGE
remain unchanged and undiauntekd went to Utah. Preston says his which he returned to Alvarado. Tlio ROCK Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida in _

in force. wife was stolen from him and carried to people hearing of his arrest anJ discharge ( and for the Seventh Judicial Circuit.

"D.r u;;::lint One Survlror.AN' Salt Lake City he thinks, but he was at Morgan, took him out aud Containing Seven and Indian!One-Third River.Large ALBERT QUIMBY: ;
LONbOt Feb. 21.-Ihe British steam- never able to rind any trace of htr. He strung him up. demanding a confession. Acres of Land fronting on 35 Clerk, Juno, Fla.
P fanhattan sailed was then by threats, compelled to give Be claimed that ho was innocent and Roomy RESIDENCE, ele- _

London Cap.Jan. Leighton 11 for New the church all the money he had. about was again strung up, demanding a con- jrantly Finished. Also a Three-Room XOTICE.TREASUBY .
't '- but $-00, and then he was told he must lookout fet>sioiu He was again strung. The mob COTTAGE and Outbuilding. One of
back toe
r.. subsequently put >lf. He started home three air in Rock Ledge DP'T STATE OF FLORIDA, )
; own. ran into.and sunk the for hims.-: fired their pistols in the to frightenhim. the most desirable places
.r 12. months ago and worked h.s: way back. He stoutly maintained his innocence hammock.For COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, V
Mary Jan.
Hoyle on
?.. : news of the disaster has just been LAND SCHEME. and after being nearly"choked to price, terms, etc., apply to TALLAHASSEE, January 1, 1890. J JI
MILLION DOLLAR William D. Barnes of
zAf d from the survivor of thetltlezrbon A death,'\63 finally released. Comptroller
only ---- Albert A. Cocoa Fla. the State of Florida do certify that
Taylor a
board the schooner, who has Gorrrnor Campbell, of Ohio, and OtherNorthern ,
: at Belfast. Capt'alUt Interested.ATLANTA. NORTH CAROLINA RH.ED banking association under the name of the
Indian River State Bank located at Titus-
Sri Drowned Ga., Feb. 19.-Details of a At Emigration AcenU for Enticing Their A. M. Hamilton & Co. '
of
A yule, Brevard county, State Florida
launch is have been land formed by northern Laborers to Lean.
r reported to big company and organized under Chapter 3864 Laws
in 12e Solway Finh, Monday and visitor who attended the banquet of the BIRMINGHAM, Ala, Feb. 20.-Agent TTTDSYILLE, FLORIDA of Florida has this day filed in this office

.' Ptraons J06L chamber of commerce, a.e meager. The R. 1... Williams came in Tuesday morn- articles? of association and organize
"' tarns it has is this: ing with a train loaded with 5fr colorei p Wholesale Dealers in proper and
JIlartr dLot/.glee. whole thing so gone tion certificate, has complied fully
Via. The John H Inman party contained a people troy North Carolina. There will with the provisions of said act required to> 5
Feb. It is
ftont. 30. report-
-
; be another section in the
tdtC- ( along morning
the Louisiana Lottery number of eastern gentlemen worth a : Indian River Oysters complied with before commencing the ;
company with about 400 the last this
more, season.They
with Gov-
\.'jfc rywho were knocked out in great deal of monev. These are bound for the deltas and plan, j business of banking, and that said aseocia-
M S iJukotarare negotiating to buy eutJtoauua ernor Campbell, of" Ohio, were so much tations of Arkansas, Louisiana and lion is hereby authorized to commence & ,
ed with what they saw hero at FISH oi the
Lottery company, to as to Texas. Mr. Williams : "I alonE banking business! under the name
says
Aunt determined to have
gr foothold in this state. This rumor ji that they a have pawed over 18OOO.\\rell resume I Indian River State Bank and at the. placer

i Mconhrmation. yet many believe it share In southern development.To the work next winter after are Turtle and Game. above designated.
and crops Green
W,2V! of the boast of the lottery this end they got together Details of gathered, but I don't want to monkey Given under my hand and seal of office
if defeated in talked over ways and means. this the first of A. D. 1890.
lklttlithat they were with .the North Carolina people anmove y day January,
further
attainable
would to work that meeting are not All orders will receive prompt and careful at 'C. D. ARNES
L.:: they try not in l ,
just now. They are a goodhumor.
than it was decided to form a stock company ... tentlon whether by telegraph.
?? < Lotteries con '*
& are openly or person. 7 : SS-COdays. Comi'troHer.
** 14Montaina.andthe business ofI' o with .lOQOfiOO capital, and that letter

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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1890. .

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THE FLORIDA STAR. ltllms. Melbourne. were planted, some of them have already j front with a few remarks on the ,red

r The Misses Brown and Osborn, were The Carleton had a large number of made new growth a foot long, as these 1 bug; but, owing to the absence of Jas. -

F PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. guests of Mr. Beck the past week. arrivals last week vines would not have started before May McFarlane no paper on grasses and grass

15th at the north, the indications are lawns was read. By motion Prof. Fran .
ELIS B. YABERptor and Pilate Mr. B. J. Mims, with his assistants, Mr. W. H. Powell has gone for a few r
favorable for raising early grapes for I cis Kinzel was requested to prepare a
pa
has to his Rockledge grove to ship weeks' trip to Jupiter.
gone
$1.5O Annum. market, as the bloom would never be in- per for the next meeting, he to choosehis
per his fruit there. Sam Patterson; killed a deer about 300 would often be the The
jured by frost as casein own subject. Professor is a *ell-
f Entered at the Post Office at Titumlleas We are pleased to note that Mr. W. T. yards north Myrtle cottage last week, almost any other part of the State. known scientist from Baltimore who

Second-Clan Matter. China has so far recovered that he and and another near the House of Refuge. Fourteen varieties were planted,namely: spends his winters on Lak Worth, ands

. THE STAR is'the OFFICIAL newspaperfor his daughter have gone on a visit to Messrs. "". Smith 0. B. Floyd, W. V. White grapes-Niagara, Moore's Dia- a valued member of the Society. ReT,

Brevard county. friends in Kissimmee.A Vail, of St. Louis; Peter Gardiner, Z. J. mond, Empire State and Lady Washington A. B. Dilley, also, to discourse at the

I The Star has the Largest circulation good congregation gathered at the Harris and ,V'. Wilson were at The Melbourne ; red grapes-Delaware, Poughkeepsie next meeting on a subject of his Own

' of any paper on the East coast of Fla. school-house Sunday night, and listenedto last week. Ulster Prolific, Vergennes and Jefferson choosing. A large attendance is expected -

24 squares an interesting discourse given by the Ash Wednesday-the beginning of ;' black grapes-Eaton Downing, at the next meeting, which will be ia
A SQUAREls one Inch in space;
make a column. Rev. Mr. Jones, of the M. E. Church. Lent-was commemorated by service and Nectar, Moore's Early and Concord. the east side school-house the first Wednesday

advertising rates enquire of the Editor Mr. William Ballard, of Hawthorne, celebration of the Holy Communion at With a monopoly in pineapple and early evening in March. Election of

' always enclosing two centstamp. was here last week' looking after his the Episcopal Church.Mr. grape culture, the dwellers on the peninsula officers will, also, probably, be heUai

THE tourist travel to Indian River is grove, and seems as pleased to be once R. W. Beaujean accidentally should be happy even if they fail that meeting. *.

now very large and all the hotels are doing more in east Florida I all his friends are ed his thumb, and taking cold in it has in some other crops. Having to live at Juno part of the

a rushing business. to see him. been unable to assist on Capt. Fox's time and on his homestead part of the

1 We visited the gardens of Messrs. house for some time. We see he still Luke Worth. time, Sheriff John F. Highsmith has concluded t 1Ml

GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN starts out i Hanong, Jones and Wiley and can vouch wears a sling. Splendid weather. to sell his land on the peninsular
f
next month to make the trip around the for the fine vegetables raised in this vi- Dr. A. E. Lyman is steadily improving Vegetable shipments on the increase. in Lake Sunset, as he has no time to cultivate -

world in-sixty days. He can't expect to cinit). The beans and cabbagesere his place. He has piping laid all over The Corrinne arrived in on the 6th it. Of course he advertises it in
the record of Nellie Bly, for are not the STAR do all who
beat have land
fine. as to dispose
unusually
the
the grounds from the artesian well, and with a party, and left on 11th.
even the arabs and the mongolians gal- of, and with people to know it. la
The friends of the :\Iis. Mitchell has fine and
are a crop of beans English peas Dr. R. B. Potter the health officer, is
,
lant enough to do more to assist a lady this connection I would mention the land
would for Train sorry to hear that they leave us so soon coming: on, beside a great variety of othervegetables' around on a vaccination trip to comply
such than they David
on a trip advertised by' Brown. This U
to return to their home in Quincy, Fla., with the State law on this subject.A t
'himself? very valuable land on the east side of *
.. and hope to have the pleasure of seeing The new cash store is to be known
: seventeen-foot tomato vine, that has the lake and is limited in quantity.Also .

THE four men who made such an unwarrantable : them again in Mims.W'asbington's hereafter under the firm, name and styleof limbed eight feet up a tree, is one of E. the land advertised at Jewell ; this

and cowardly assault upon birthday was appropriately Lockwood Brothers. We hear that i iIr. B. Plunket's pine woods curiosities. is on the west side of the lake-high,

Mr. Henry Titus when leaving his store celebrated by the school here. The :\ J. Lockwood will be here this week dry and healthy and can be had in quantities
II. Z. McClung and Miss MeClung, of to suit. There is but little other
Saturday evening, were arrested and chool-house had been tastefully decorated and that they will open their dry goods Xenia, Ohio, arrived on the 11th to land in this section that can be bought

brought before Mayor ,Wilson Monday, : while at the front of the stage was store about the first of March. pond the winter with their cousins, the except at "phosphate"} prices or higher

and fined $25 each and costs. They immediately the name "Washington" in red, white We are sorry to hear that the familyof JreMord Bros. and it takes coaxing to get any of it even UK

left the town, it is said, for and blue. The programme commencedwith Mr>. Strawbridge have been again bereaved I then. SAM.
The Cocoanut Grove House is now illuminated ..
''
New York, as they were in danger oft the singing of "Hail Columbia. in the death of Mrs. Lynch, sisterof
throughout by it having Closing Exercises Tort Pierce
authorities. An acrostic the followed gas
the by primaries
being arrested by county the late Mrs. Andrews. The family
turned time thenighf i School.
been for the first
on on
Mr. Titus' wounds are healing rapidly, which was quite interesting ; then the have been so grievously afflicted in the l l!

and he is able to be about again. outing song, "Battle of Stoningtou," last two years as to enlist the deepest of the 11th. Friday evening the school room at *
is with credit to all In addition to the 12ib. pompano men- Fort Pierce was crowded to listen to the
This lesson to such characters one vas> given great as sympathies of all.
will give to all were the other The 'Conversa tioned in my last letter,Will. McCormick closing program.A OttFt
that our worthy mayor songs
Another of the enjoyable socials for very creditable program confuting i
who trespass the laws of town. Titusvilleis tional" by the A and B grades was" especially which the place is noted occurred at Mr?. caught during the same week a 12Jlb of songs, music, recitations declamations

a dangerous place now for ruffians and interesting and little Aleph Minis E. M. home last and a 131b. one. These three pompano dialogues, etc., was rendered in so thor cYft

disorderly persons to come to unless they ang "Grandma's Advice" charmingly.The Campbell's pleasant on beat the record in size for any week'sfishing : ngh a manner as to be a pleasant surprise -
A little
Tuesday evening. trippingthe to
select elicited yet heard from. many.
reading long applause.The
carry themselves straight. "light fantastic" was indulged in, The delivery, articulation, gesture and
costumes well and The Lake Worth Yacht and Social
were gotten up of each pupil betokened careful -
in view of the forty days' deprivation of appearance
at GOVERNOR FLEMING and Attorney. most! becoming. Altogether the entertainment amusement. There attendance Club was duly organized on the 7th, and preparation and constant drill by
was a good -
Kissimmee reflected great credit on the the following officers were elected : C:S. teacher and pupil and reflected credit on
and all seemed to enjoy the occasion both.,
pupils of the school admiral C. A. Lane viceadmiral .
: Cragin, ; ,
much indeed. The people of this community have
ination of the lands reclaimed by the .. very ; Capt. O. S. Porter, U. D. Hendrickson reason to congratulate themselves on the

Okeechobee Drainage company before ran (;ulli(". Mr. J. II. Carter, formerly proprietorof and H. P. Dye, trustees; Will Thur- flourishing condition of their school. I

making final settlement with the com Sabbath School will be opened next the Look-out Mountain House, with ber, secretary and treasurer. This clubis I i The enrollment has grown steadily;
wife The the attendance and has averaged -
accompanying, are stopping at punctuality
pany. Sunday at 10:30 a. m., standard time. regularly incorporated by charter from
high, while the thorough and extensive
Melbourne. Mr. Carter delightful
The company under contract to ex- The Rev. Mr. Hiscock of Georgiana, enjoys our the State, and is now ready for business. work done by the school has been
at least $40,000 annum in re climate. We are confident our
pend per of pride and pleasure to both
held service in church a source
our on Sunday
Will II. Moore is
Capt. now acting as
balmy breezes will restore them to good
clamation. In payment for this work of teacher and patrons.
drainage, the trustees are to convey to last. health. Such perfect days and nights as pilot on the steamer Lake Worth ; Fred. This school now claims place among

the of land for each New tomatoes, potatoes, etc., have been we have had this winter would almost Voss as chief engineer ; and Prof. X. G. the best organized in the county whilein
one acre
company exposed for sale in the Hodgson Bros. call the dead back to life. Z. Gammon as purser, are the other diligence and discipline it i is well in
25 cents expended, but no land is to be the vanguard.Mrs. .
members of the and
store.
considered earned except on the exj>en- Mr. Allan Campbell's place presents crew. Freight passengers C. T. McCarty closes her four

diture of each $40,000, when three-fifths; dlr.V.. Wilson, of Courtney, has, quite a tropical appearance here ; poinci- are giving the boys quite lively months engagement with the love and esteem

are to be conveyed, two-fifths being held i been visitingIr.. and )Ir-*. J. O. Walton I ana are in bloom and century plants times just now, to which no one objects, of her pupils and the confidenceand
not the themselves unless it endorsement of parents and public
in reserve by the trustees to be forfeitedif I for a week or so. also, of several varieties. One of the, even boys There is a feeling of unity and harmony
be the Professor whose health at
the company shall fail to make the total Mrs. Wesson, formerly of Titusville,, latter has a flower stalk fully thirty feethigh present in school matters that makes us

expenditure, agreed upon. is at present on a visit to her daughtr,, ; another, like a giant tritoma, the seems to be a little precarious. look forward with courage and hope.
.. who wish settle where thereis
Mrs. Trafford, of this place. stalk of the reddish brown buds: being The oyster supper at the Oaklawn People to
school need FortPierce.
a good not pass by .
DIRECTOR\ERAL MORAN has appointed The sharpie Belle, carried a load opines f seven or eight feet in length and four or House on the night of the 6th, given to .

Wednesday, March 12th, as Car to the Hotel Indian River, Rock- five inches in diameter. A great varietyof raise funds to purchase an organ for the -.

olina's day at the Sub-Tropical. A grand ledge, during the past week. ferns are cultivated ; date palms are Sunday School, was a success financially, Impertinent Questioning.
re-union of North and South Carolinian s in bloom and dates and in other A
socially,
Xew goods are arriving daily foi young are growin every way. "Look here, my friend; said a travel
will then be held. There will be an ex Bro of this The from seed of fruit raised there last year.Mr. ., large crowd was in attendance ; a pleas- ing man to the hotel clerk, "I want to
Hodgson place. gold
cursion from Weldon N. C. to Jacksonville "
ant evening was and fair ask something.
lettering on their store windows is mucl and Mrs. C. H. Stewart entertained spent, a very you
-with low rates. rates also What is it?'
Special a few of their friends on Wednesday. sum was realized. The steamer Lake
admired.
will be made froni all points in Florid a Those who Worth assisted materially to the success "Why LJ it that you people always
to Jacksonville. Capt. Carey is about closing a contract t evening. were present say holler front whenever you want a beD
by carrying to and from the
they passed a delightful evening. Mrs passengers boyr
Governors Vance and Hampton are invited with Hodgson Bros. for the erection of
t Campbell favored the company withchoice entertainment. "Why do we holler 'frontr Why ba-
to be and those who large boat-hou' for the steam yachlXyanza.
present, an e
because its looky hen-,
-
selections of instrumental music, County Commissioners White and causo-er-simply
tnere that day will have the opportunityof young feller do you want to know more
and also Miss Susie DuBose, Miss Terry arrived from Miami the
hearing what "the governor of North I Since using firearms: on or near Eai laud Nugent up on about this business than I doT-Merchant
Mrs. Stewart ; and some of the part 8th and Juno
at
Carolina'said to the governor of Soutl I Gallic river has been abandoned, tin e were joined by CountyCommissioners Traveler.Had.
favored the people of Melbourne will
a Fields and Porter the
Carolina." wild ducks, coot and other water fowha'e I on
some fine vocal music on the homewar _10th and after n three rlfiva'" session left No rust,.
It is specially hoped that subcommittees ,_ become quite plentiful and tame. v. .1 I "Johnnie wouldn't have-
Xot a single incident occurredto my boy you
voyage. for home on the 13th. A great deal of
will be formed in every county to Mr. John Aspinwall, one of our enter- mar the enjoyment-the hours flyingall business liked to have been George WashingtoaT'"Naw.
county was transacted, "
among
work a large attendance and make .
:
up prising residents has
new already
peas, too for the
quickly
happy partici
which the of
suitable for Jacksonville was letting a contract for "No? And wbyr
arrangements veiling -
beans tomatoes lettuce radish melons
pants.Washington's. the creation of a good substantial courthouse "He never seed a baseball game in hi*
that
day. Special rates for board cucumbers, etc., in an advanced state of "
life. Nebraska State Journal.A .
will be made to visitors in the city. cultivation.Mr. birthday was celebratedby at Juno. The contract was let to

Captain Paddison commissioner from several picnic parties to the ocean. C. C. Haight, who at once gave necessary
Great Curio*!! .
Church, of Horse creek, north of Mr. Metcalf boat with went to bonds and work the will ?
Brevard will be a party on building
pleased to communicatewith Fickleby-A Chinaman strikes me Y
our settlement, is about to erect a hand- Melbourne Beach for short time: The the
lumber be
all those interested in Carolina a commence as soon as can being the greatest living curiosity.

day, Mia address is Sub-Tropical building, some residence on his newlyacquiredproperty stars and stripes waved from Capt. Wil- put on the ground. Squeera"Why so?

Jacksonville. and contemplates erecting a cox's house and on the flag-staff of Mrs The Horticultural Society held their "Because hb head and tail are oa thecame
L landing stage al>o. Xo end."-Lawrence American.The :: .
Cummings, Myrtle cottage. flags
regular meeting on the 5th in the east

THE House of Representatives at The steamer Kathleen carried a partyof were displayed in Melbourne, as we couldsee. side school house, with VicePresidentCapt. MlMu.

Washington, Monday, voted the World's ladies and gentlemen over to Tropic on Capt.Ellis took a party compri-singhis O. S. Porter in the chair, President Though in this world I>e met with suite

fair to be held at Chicago. There is no Sunday lat, and they expresed themselves own and the families of Capt. C. T. Clayton Gale being kept at home by indisposition rye learned what truce domestic bfis U.
But half the Borrow of my life
question but that the "metroi>olis: of the as delighted with vegetation and Mr. Ely to the House of Refuge, Routine business was quickly attended Hare come to ma through oerUia 3Ca

west" outgeneraled New York at on Merritt's I land.Ir. where a full day was enjoyed to the ut-
everypoint I to and then singing and other Although In thin*\ill not my plan
in the routed Aside from this, it :\ Taylor and family, recently arrived nio t. The beach was in splendid condi- exercises were introduced, including the The single gentle sex to census

was a Republican move to vote for it at are domiciled in a new residence tion, the surf "just lovely," the day reading of a paper by the secretary on TIs" AH truo through my troubles a certain first ILa began*Adreotum

Chicago, for fear, if it was held at New sidence recently erected for them by Mr. fect, and everyone pleased and per-I cocoanuts, and the preparation of cocoanuts My way In fife I sought to make

York, and coming in the same year thatA John Aspinwall. Mr. Taylor, junr., has Mr. G. E. Ryckman and Mr. and : and their products for market, and And get a start by frugal Bring

Presidential convention will be held, it already bagged a fine otter on one of his Mrs. Martin, left last week northward their value. This paper was preparedby But Though lost it 1 aQ was through warned a by 3Ua a ribs std GWag

would give the Democratic party an advantage hunting excursions.MrGeorge bound, expecting to stop for a time at Clerk Win R. King, of the U. S.
And when a.prettl'm&U I wooed,
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and extend the power of Tam Longley, formerly of Montreal i St. Augustine, Sa'annahra5hin, ton Agricultural Department, under the di- 1 studied oouruhlp as a scieooe

many. It is even said that Doss Platt' Canada, but now of Xew York, and other points. Mr. Ryckman has an rection of Prof. H. E. Van Deman, andis But fear ay love was Mbs Construed,
Because she feared Xi AJ1iaDc6.Tbeo
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secretly worked against New York. has been spending a few days at tie immense acreage in grapes at Brockton, a valuable paper on the cocoanut sub

It now remains to be seen if the Senate Trentler Hotel. This gentleman is delighted X. Y. (one vineyard alone containing 130 ject. It is highly gratifying that the Mice to Trust lUsa my Chance every I.VM step a ponutog.tips

will back up the Hou*e. By many it is with our river, and proposes to acresand makeslargequantitiesof wine. r Agricultural Department is willing to And If I e'er got in the"soup"

thought that the World's fair will be de- spend some time here again next winter Mr. Ryckman spent last summer in I help us in the South all it can, for this Twas some. that .Met had been brrvlag. '

feated yet. season.Mr.. Europe for the purpose of investigatingtheir section needs help to develop its many
The Hiss that brought' me to crW-
But Chicago has won so far, and she is modes of cultivation and manu- resources, especially in the line of horti- I fear her Dame"a1Ull8 SomercWa

now entitled to it. She is a hustler ; [ Treutler asks us to correct the facture of wines. He brought with hima culture, and the Society appreciates the as called aft Fortune who th t h1aZe .
Left when abort of cash,a rosiaer.I
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then let her have the credit for she has statement that Mr. Carey had paid him large number of vines, which he set help given by Prof. Van Deman and to me

done well. the $100 he promised to giye towards the out at Melbourne Beach, and is confidentof show its appreciation unanimously passeda gave Wbo the saw go.etpy my ph+mI sowed..&op6o rids Carry

Our preference was New York for very expense of removing the bridge on the success. Mr. Ryckman has been vote of thanks to him for his kindness And feat I should get Xfc An Thrppfci
Eau GaBle river. 1 Odd with Mm Fri to marry.
*many reasons, but Chicago will make it ] brought up to grape growing from a boy in furnishing us all information he can

a fair that the whole United States will -The new dredge is at work in Indian and the judgment of a man of his experience on such subjects as are of interest and tow ten brae ia Mi!'Yo.Hap settled have dowa confided.la life:

be proud of, and the bole world will J River Narrows widening 'the channel : in! reliable, Though only ten or!|.t use to this: section After some For who is guided by>> a wife ..

Admire. [from Old Fish Camp to Bethel creek. tw:'lv< days have elapsed since the vines' rion, Rev. J. N. Mulford) came rersua-I la not so-apt. \to"..XoGMurt.Miss Guided.la Fiuaeer Fru- ,
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;; Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oils, Boat Goods, Stoves and House Furnishing Goods, Etc. Etc. Etc.


; TITUSVILLE, FLOB-IDA.-

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oar Washington Letter.. To Vary the Monotony. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.f"

ear Bgnl Correspondent "Your duties must be somewhat monotonous .
rroa
VpASHDfGTOS', D. C., Feb. 21, '90. ," said lady" ton mailing clerk. STILIN""GTA.. .3L L 4.XFt,
"They are, indeed.
jfr. Harrison has been trying to lay "The same round day after day and '
-jrtj this week that will result in his week after week. No excitement." Cocoa, Indian River, Florida. ; .

enrolling the Pennsylvania delegation 'No excitement excepting when we .; ,
have to rush DEALERS IN
! the next Republican convention. He things. .
to
"And when is that
to the White House to-day fromPittsburg K .
jetarned "V"hcn we find 'In haste' written on
; and from the pleased expres- the of "
corner an envelojie.
den of bis face when he got off the train "Ohl yes, that creates exciteiuentr Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware

evidently thinks he succeeded. What "Tremendous! Boston Courier.
jje ,.
Scatter Quay who is now on a fishing
FrorothVj Anuala of a Dusty Neighborhood.
trip to Indian River, Florida, will thinkof ... AND AGATE-WARE.

this invasion of his territory cannot be I I U

uid, but be will certainly smile very Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, .
broadly the idea of Mr. Harrison or1fr.lDybodyelse HEir-i oo '- -._ TABLE and POCKET CUTLERYPlumbers' .

the Penn a '
controlling -
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and Mill ; --

nlvania delegation without his assistance ; BARBED WIRE .
-be owns the Pennsylvania! Republican ,
Supplies,
machine. WIRE NETTING
Politics have got into the contest for

tie World's Fair, which opened in the Doors Sash Blinds WIRE

House yesterday, and which is to be fi- and CLOTH;.

jally decided next week. Members of

!loth parties fear the effect its location BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, ) Gl..1D.S: ,

fill have upon the next Presidential .

contest and those best informed now believe -- SHINGLES and LATH. ..A.MMTJ2ST ON,- .

that unless the fair is held at Washington "'Mercvt how dusty the tube isrILJUJ risiiixc; TACKLE.

it cannot beheld at alL Mr. Car- -0-

&Ie says it cannot constitutionally be j i S1'1ip Oha,1:1d1ery Grc>c> ds, I .

held under the control of the government r---- iln 1,
: Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com
of Columbia.
but in the District
anywhere pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.::: .
)Ir. Mills heads about sixty members r r 4a tiC

who are opposed to its being held at Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and CasketsWISLL -. .

ill and he expects to be joined by enough
ARTESIAN '
PIPE A. SPECI..t\.LIT
disappointed members, after the site is I \.

selected,to defeat the bill providing for : ,t Catalogues, sample cards and size lists fcent. free: upon application. Correspondence solicited and.:

the fair. That's the present status. By /. estimates furnished promptly. .

Monday or Tuesday some sort of combin- '
STILING & TAYLOR.
ation may be made to change it. ; .

i' Wanamaker'a scheme for a cheap -- --- .0 _h __ ____h.___ __ .__ ____ __

postal telegraph system between all cities I II C1ycle S"tean:1ship: :: Oo ..

laving a free delivery seems to be very "John,send the porter down here to doa want into
to oct a strictly
favorably received, and it is generally little ilut>ting." I New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.
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believed that Congress is disposed to giveit L-.J LJ

t trial. i it CASH SYSTEMOF
The pension appropriation bill for the t l

wxlfiscal. year has been reported to the 1/41 uu0 : j .

Hwae It i is for$98,427,461, nearly$17- .
BUYING & SELLING
060h00 more than that passed by the ,

last Congress, and still the cry for a ser:

rice pension bill carrying an additional Believing I can thus sen'call custom

amount of $110,000,000 a year is rever- ers. While I will not refuse to credit ..
berating the corriders of the
through those who have favored me with their The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows r
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Capitol. The gentlemen favoring this (Standard: Time.) ,
last measure do not tell where the money trade, I cannot charge goods at figures New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York..

to to come from. It certainly is: not in made for cash before delivery. Moi'daj. WcdncfctUya& Fridays. Pier C9, E Ui\er. Tuesdays, Thursdays A Sundaja.

the Treasury or likely to be in it. Monday, Jan. i'7,at 3 p ni.Vedneij.v ., YEMASST.E!= .. Sunday.Feb. 2,at 1 p m
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\ Jan 21. at31..m., CHEROKEE: TuelldayFeb.t.aUamf'rid"
The Republicans of the House propose "Porter, clean this speaking tube; it's .. .1 m. 3l. at 3 p. m., DELAWARE, T nurnday. Ftb.6.at6am
For Cash Before Delivery : )loud )" Teti. 3, at 3p. m. SEMINOLE, Snnday Feb. 9, at tam
tiling up the contested election cases as I dusty. Whatcher: laughing at? Friday, Feb. 7, at 3 p m., IROQUO1S, Thursday, Feb. 13,at 10 a IQ
won as the World's fair is set. Harper's Monday, Feb 10.at.1 I). in. CHEROKEE, Sunday, Feb. 16, at 1 p m
question
Wednesday Feb. 12,at 3 p. m.'E :K.DELAWARE. Tuesday, Feb. IS. at 4 a m
tied. There are four reports to be acted]l Him. :Flour, per bbl...............$5.GOtoS3; 75 FndaFeb 14. atip.1U.. ,,. -. Thursday.Feb 20, ,at' $ am
No Place for \ouda\, F.-h. 17. at 3 n :-F.UXOI.E. Sunday. Feb. v8 at 7 a m
t fporj and strange to say, one of there I "Where's the nearest fire?' asked a Coal oil, per gallon.................... 20 Wednesday Feb. 1", at p 3 p tI:. IKOQUOIS Tue.day, Feb. 25. at 9 a m
t confirms the claim of the Democratic contestant Chestnut streetpoliceman. t 12J Ibs. granulated sugar............ 1 00 Friday. Feb 21, at 3 p. m. .. CHEROKEEYE5IASSEE -. Thursday. Ftb. 2'%.at 10 a ev
nervous man of ft big Monday: Feb. 24, at 3 ID., Sunday Mar. 2. at 1 p m
14 lbs. C sugar........................... 1 00 Wednesday, Feb. 2<\at p.3 p. d. DELAWARE Tuesday Mr. 4, at 2 30 p n-
15 Ibs. choice 1 00 ] ril13y, Feb. 28, at 31'. in. :sLMIXOLE Thnr day, Mar.e, at 4 aID
The Republican members of the Ways "Fire? "There isn't any fire that I 14 Ibs. best! .... 1 00 For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply toJ.

and Means committee of the House, in know of. 14 lbs. XXX soda crackers.......... 1 00 ,
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Jad t.tille T. G. Eon Traffic [ar & EowJiujr Cr.enNewYetk,
"Well where's the best block to see A. LESLIE. Srpt ; ppr. '
order to make a reduction of about 60- 50 lbs. corn meal or crits........... 1 00 JOHN L IIO\V\RD F. F. A., Jickwnville.: F. M IRONMONGER. F P. A.. JackwrnriUe.VVM. .
people killed by the electric wires? 24 lbs, host patent flour............. 1 00 :: 1'. CIADi: t: ('ti.. Gt"Ht'I'UJt"llts, 12 South "'harI'blladt'ltbJa ; 3. !Jo..
000,000 in the tariff, propose\to suspend "What's the matter with you?" 25 Ibs. fancy flour..... .. 1 CO ling (ireen, New York.

V. tie.sinking fund act which requires about "Ain't there any riots handy?" D. S. meat, lard and picnic; hams.. 08 --- .
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t.; fcO.000,000 a year. The only thing that "Riots? Why, are you"- Boneless ham and breakfast bacon 13} I
"No good place to sro a couple of visitors Dried beef.. 15
r. they are agreed upon is the repeal of the MALLORY'S NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINES.
tobacco sandbagged Bye flour and Graham flour........ Oil
in
: tax. They are now engaged "See here, have you escaped from Buckwheat flour........................ o-u]
A- Drying to get up some sort of a compro- some lunatic asylum Steel cut oat-meal} .................... 05
k(' miae: as to the sugar tariff. .'No; I just came from New York. Navy beans (good). (Y1; ] New York Boston & Florida.

Jay Hubbell, who, a few years ago, You're sure there isn't a few old women Best Navy beans....................... ()S1] Philadelphia, -
t e posed the boss or children run over by trucks some i Lima beans.............................. 0S1] Sailing from ) FERXAXDIXA. Fla., Every THURSDAY '.
as of the Republican par- where Peas, per quart............... .....10 to 12j XE\lr YORK FRIDAY 3
j: *7, i 8 here in the interest of the bill pro- "I think I'll take you in"- Lady peas, per quart.................. 20 ; Every at p. m.

*- Tiding for the purchase of the Portage "You needn't mind, mister. Just di- Florida syrup, per gallon............ f iO IRON STEAMERS .
.:: Lake canal, connecting Lake Michigan rect me to the! nearest railroad depot Can corn per dozen...... .$1.35 to 2 15 i :: !'RioCGrande, *
i.and Lake Superior. and I'll get out of the town fast enough. Can apples (3 lb.), per doz........... 1 35 t i : .t.,

The bill transferring the Weather bu- There are no home comforts hero form Can tomatoes (2 lb.). 1 00 State of Texas, !?;
: Can tomatoes (3 lb.). 1 35
ttau to the Agricultural department will (. Philadelphia Enquirer.Choice Can Okra and tomatoes (3 lb.). 2 00 t Capt WilUama.City ,h'

be reported to the Senate next week. Its Champion or Rose:; milk, per doz.. 1 35 of San Antonio;'"
I: passage is regarded as certain. Butterine (cooking butter), 20 and 25 Capt. Wilder.
The Orange Lands For Sale. Butter (best creamery made). 30 Steamers ]rave Fernandma upon arrival of train karit..ill"IIOlnHc.t +t1-
investigation of the civil service i Chicao baking powder...........2 for 45 "v go a.m '
commission opened quite lively, and Mr. tracts of high hammock Patapsico .2 for 45 I'a.siengera frotuTitn\iK Itulian Hirer and East Ci at pol U. arrivinjr in JatksinTllW from J..T.
Lyman is far from being happy. He was Three land desirable, located on east side of East 3 pounds of cheese for............. 50 adver Jfe K. W isetl.Praaeuuera Railway. ru ke 101"nc tine with mnrmrg and afternoon trains for Fernandina and Steamers..

impelled to acknowledge that his broth- Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains arrl'-t.nJ Veon'-dav and Thursday FOR eveninca FEBEUAUY.Fr will be. cared for at Fernandina.SCIIEDcLE .

.; cr-ln-law stoleta set of questions and furnished 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of half Y. Nrw YORK nZUIERS: I.uT FZa541l1D4.

them to a. woman who afterwards a mile on the river, about and eighteen acres of My Stock is too LargeTo Friday Friday,, J"n.Feb. al 7tli t - State Rio OranKFriil of Texas. *- Thursday Thnntday,,Feb.Feb.1SUTharUy.
Stained the knowledge cleared, a bearing prove nursery y. F-h 14th State: of Texaa.Uio Feb. 'JOOi .
a position through
.. large trees. Tract :No.2 contains 51 74- Friday, Feb. flat Grande Tb.raday Feb. 37UTtnr
she got from the stolen questions. 100 acres, with a. frontage of five-eighths lr .1ay. F-:). 2Mt> t. Suie of Tens daj, March CtkM

,He also acknowledged that the stealer of of a mile on the river, about six acres Q note Evcrythin, For iieut-rnl n-torniation.J a.I'I. to t'C:t.EII. G"u. P... A. eLt,77 WetBay 'trt.t. Jackaowrilhe. F1a.
'" the questions was afterwards promoted. cleared, a small prove and mtftiy trees in (.. :M. l1C UY. Agent! ,foot of Centre street, miidma, Fla.
No. 3 contains 34 7S-100
How Lynian can be kept on the commission whole- ;I acres bearing., with Tract a frontage of one-fourth of a A Corresponding Range of Prices C. E. MALLCKT & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y.
after this the
without making which is about four
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business more of a laughing stock than it miles in width. These lands are not un will be given. $: OTOR .
already is, is than ordinary folks ; O. J. "
'' more derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience A. FROSCHER,
taQ **. The will hold an-
committee
other would plant a grove for his own TITDSVILLE, FLORIDA. I Hardware and '
meeting Monday.
underlaid. Perfectly
tiThe Woman's rights annual conven- use healthy on, land free from so fog, malaria and frost. GEO. B. RifiVIPilTITUSVILLE. Keeps a full supply of met-jllicand wooden
ed session to-day.
a four-days' minutes walk from house to ocean General ProduceMERCHANT. :
. Several of the speakers predicted that i beach.Eight Coffins Cases and Caskets.
: women would vote In less than ten years. I ofBenj. ,
particulars
further inquire
The British extradition treaty, which For Boston, Funerals attended if de-Ired i \11 orders ..
379 Harrison avenue,
the Hall,
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late '
Senator Riddleberger succeeded Maw., or of J. A. hippie, agent, Georgian promptly executed and at reasonable rates. : Florldxr s
in' defeating the Senate.last winter,- has been ratified + ua, Fla. I I Embalming done : Melbourne -


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i Verner 31. Fisher aged 3 Wey1mouth. -
years in
Dec. f. JSH). Witnesses of the' .

.,;,,ELLISON. MODNTS l was medical deficient profession in inti ll.geuceand testified that cerebral Pray j!t 19 WalltS1 as RAY

develoimi nt. The prisoner hal told j CIe y iv,7 r
:'J several do tors he kilkd the child !-o- I ,f ?
'One of t, cause he lktd: to go to funeral and I- !
the.ilatlield
Gang, Hanged ; -)0-
I Muse the victim's: elder brother hai i t >r- {I TITUSVillE, FLA.
at Pikerillc, Ky, mented him. Judge Devins on I. rod i I
Pray ta..eJl to the Taunton lauatic i {
.. j hosj: ;:-ital. 'IJ. 81 WATSOr &COI' I -

MurJerous Plot to Release the .
In Ben tlf ur the T Prisoner Fails.Thf" CHIC-"\ Feb. 22.-Tn a circular Lear Cen't. Merchandise

ing the hd-.ulin., "Treasurer's O:!icy, 14 FORWARDING

r J.ii Conk Had I3rtn UrltM'l to i'tncobtr'rr. 1 T\venty-. .* id StIt." :Fitz; a;rick a:>- I r
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i i j-eals to the friends of the cumii-tedC'rb- Schedules in Effect \ov. IT I" ,.
.;i U" ih the i ood of the Guards iiin inunieieru for funds
to pay tLe ex- STORE. Trains of this line run on Cvntra
and S.eritrA. Fo e-She Grow Su.- l>eu:e of i. new triaL arch Time and arrive star.:: !.

.%pieiou ..ml Backs Out-The llatflrld i i' .__ I AND COMMISSIONINlERCHANTSJ I J. T., & K., W. and S.and F.: &depart W. Um frr.;ra the,
NEWS :IN BRIE: a clc:
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:Crowd Fle -Mount* Crimv. j jPlKEViLLH IlOt.

Ky.. Feb. 3J.-,Ellison !I (:Cin ensaUol\ of Iutr*tin.; Ite.n ,e I to Yeht India Fust JIail. 1

')!vunts, murderer of Al air Meor, and ,! .Yuriom iUject*. propose keep Xo. -i .>",-14

.member cf the notorious Hatiida gun;, The Australian hrllot bill 1msrtssyl tlw 1 2 40 p m..Lv JackMmville .\r..G. ?u a to

was housei here Tu :tda7". : house of tk-l..gat-ij at; (\p.-irk>>t<>ii, AV. Va. -I A First-Class 1 GO p m..Green Cove Sl' iug....') li a IU
Stock
J i Ottawa 2 .........
Thousands of people had gathered to' i parliament vtTtml ag tin-t at1', 30pni -1'31at113.-....\ ;.::, ani
'aee the execution and ting Americiui com to Oauada r: eot d-itj + 3 30 p m-...... ...Seville .........,.;; I': a u t
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precautions wtre i i for the
char of iU--.tiil.vs. 4 13 m..DeLand
p Junction...
taken to preveut a rescue, but no such 1 I i I Ttw New York ? .. 2 > :: aiu
Kioa'.y for tbtf 3" *\'Uon: TITUSViLLE -OF- 4 23 p m..Orange City Jonc..l
FLORIDA. "
attempt tt a-ui | .Irnn;; anile: t o 13; P m.........-.anfunJ.l Han
The murderer: was cool, alai s>tood :'theiursut ; of cLiltuxju1 iivts.x ,'itntug G 13pm..........Orlando..........H ,
smoking a lighted cigar while tue la.;t i j! tra.t it. is .m i.;('cntlv1rid..d ._"nutsfcfrs -:o:-- 7 20 p m..Kis.-immtoe........11' 4111.:J4'l' m

preparations were going on. i e k.tll i( m.11..1... 10 13 p m.Tampa........... 7 ;v!, ICJ
isdlw.etI' a wakeful lUght, loo\i u: and 1--.u'this girl htbi-3 "'tn hI')' I '.. '- M. \\"Er.XT GROCERIESJDRY 10 45 m..Ar Port LT..
p t,;
'; for a rt lr:'ieve. His frt std s \rwttet, .ri f:" .son, P.v.., o"i 1:., '*'i i tai Pullman Dutli't Tamp .a' i :'_

4iitetL claim i ii; In tt &hi era; own.y ina.i defense ha Mounts L.,'11 e.e-j t-aid i'( Th:* tlist s.tt.tiftxiart ttistuta: ct has ("uk.jtt. ..*.-,>: "'LI e ,)decided Vt.'fthe THE CONFIDENCE; ? Ui? iiijj PEOPLE. New Kiinunee York and Tampa Sleeping, daily.Cary: N",. ;IAISj j"j..: ::sat

the Hatfieidj forced him to join in the i slLx,,:'" in H''n\'t+. fursinter. NOH. U cu',\ :.::
murder. ,rELXT connect: at Port Tampa with Plant 1 & .
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J i Ix>ui B /Jiirifi.: th" P'Ith-;-, ti' i" : \i.h t.1;:
The drop full at I?:'*!, an.1 the body t.'i 'mir-ltf1-. T r a ,I. ", ;. w., '- t',. You be GOODS hip Lint for Key Wotundllat ai.i. >il.j:
to to Come and Sec Us
sure sail from
w* given to his fri nd, j' at D.d's.; rh-tx u :,.) l"+v*' i'otas.lib'i Port Tampa on 34un,j.i\. UBJ:
The' crime of Kllisou Mounts wjis the n"'iltb' ;; iu 4 iu.".- --i cxlti.'u..n. When you come to town. Thursdays on arrival of train*. y j-
outgrowth of the IIatticld-3Jc. oy fetal I Th hUH ., rt'uhttutxu ba:1:. .w'ul"l'l.l b< connects at Palatka Junction with" th>- FI I r..
p4iriag tin night; of Jan. I, ls: :,,**. the resident I 1 by an Amorican y klr .t* f-'r ex- WE WANT NOTIONS da Southern Railway.
of landau l McCoy, situated on j I hiliti n. TKAIXS BETWEEN> .\:\ > Jt'l T:, S Ate
niacklvrry: creek in the nio Jt.lius of.; .\-\hh'luhl!,* who \v;\'i co'wt'rtrl to To Talk to You. DEL.VXD.
Kentucky near the West Virginia l.J<'r. '' Munu'Ya3 routed Lv PeLjtnd Nt>30 Xo32 Xu.'ll X..;.J.; 'oi
dr, wa attacked: by number of armed |[ oi aiuiirt. ; a.... "tl t ii -v...s-iy>hNl.. WE WANT )It.'ns Ladies' Jc Childrens' Junction..4:4.jp SArDeLand :-,Oa l' :3.it :: hip 1.1'.p I
men. After firing be eral shots into the> f! V favorable; i:40a 910a 1. ;
:5Ot
re.>rt ht< b"'jii a a h > t/ -l on To Work With You. ) 2)1:1'x _
the armed ''
building force without set fireto i tillst.idiyvutinuetlto.'vr1aM .
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it. Aliiair! McCoy stepped out to est j i dvlar f?,kl; ;.Ii,*"t\i aaJ Tlir -... *f. ..itt:-'c> > tv-U...m.1lle .\rEr.XT Lv IeLaiid3:10a n&Xu3.20a 3 UiOa Xo S N..;i; J'j
SI3:0ESALSO ;
it
tinguish and was shot through the It is Mil ti LJuk-i l:52p J:>Jt
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I heart. Her brother rushed to her help ; KII enormoiiN. bribe to t'y IAM.I-.:4.4 -' iturii To Pot You on the )Markets.
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and was also shot dead. The mother ;, for a reiwal .. Junction.3:33aIOa 1 l:4-j 2K)7 lIJI1p
of
its
pr s ':II.u':*.r, Trains
recognized Mounts lie was arrested 38 and :3U: run daily. \
:, tthirh will e.ii"e two ... Its WE WANTJ IJtI. 30
ye.lr 'U':
and confessed, implicating a half dozen i'' proixteitijzi will and 31 run on Mondays: WednenlaTs

others, who are still at large. i i dbt, aii>uutiag t batopiytlki*> from $JO.CUJ, ;'H'to': state*!?,- To Ship For You1 and See to Your Shipment CROCKERY GLASSWARE Fridays only. Nos. 34 and 35 ruu to and
from
J.Je.t to I lete Mount Uerebford on Monday*, Wednekiar
I OJ.OOO. The lottery u tUrni.l J.M,',.UO a here.
After the execution the officers dis ui -r.th. and Fridays. All others: daily except Son-

covered a plot which, if successful, T :i bill for the R&lmist-io'1of Wyoming WE WANT HARDWARE' day.South
would ha.o'SuJted in the escape of the I v.il o..' ruvoniWy! ttpurt..l to tticuuia hd .S>:. florida .'('commodatio..
prisoner and the probable death of a A large : r of ti6 Millo Lao wIdCllippt'wa To either Buy or Handle most of the No. 23. Xo. ti6.
number of the guards of the jail Through j AND 8 30 a m...Lv Jacksonville Ar..6
ludim urn i.i a d-'itu(*+ ioudilaflt : Fruit and Produce of this section 13pm
the confession of the jail cook the d'1slion.. 9 33 a m...Green Cove Spring.51:1
+etu a and j>o co verv was made. of the country. 10 35 a .
Palatka4
n;;, catusat by ieop suy.y, tiro gi\eii &:i thecau 25 p DI
Ship Goods.
The Hatiielda had paid the cook $200) Chandlery 11 39am.Seville...3 03 pat

to place a drug In the food of tho jailguards J. Sk Harriman, a New York pdtbtrra 4 WE WANT 1:: 30 P DI... DeLand Junction ...2 11 p >u

the night before the execution. has signal an agreement at Wttuush. InJ., You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your 12 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 03 p m
The cook was told that the drug that I These will be the main 3 35 .Thu&viiU .... .
PJ"\ItSillg to stArt from a was given Her was merely to make the anA, walk to Sail 1.'rancillli :return Product, We Can Ship it for You. business, but orders sent me! for anything ,I 1 20pm.ArSanford Lv......1 30 P ID
guards go to sleep. Sho bxarae suspicious 3,000 miles, in liixty.GVda'So.. Hitrrmian kept in any store in Titus- Daily No 23 connects
the and concluded to try the effectsof h+ts potod a $3.000 ferteit. WE WANT yule will be promptly filled. Palatka with Florida Southern Radar.
preparation on tho cat. The
jail
Another hAivy fl.jw of has by struckat Connection made also with Indian
gas n
result was the death of he animal in You to help us to make Titusville
horrible CherryvaJe, Kan., at a depth nf 5-..J feet. River steamers at Tituaville to and from
She agony. This gives th* pW-e two tin-t-cl.. natural distributing point for the Products landings on Indian River.
t then became alarmed
and
to put the poison into the food she refused did gaselU: and is thought to bo itn.c'liuaveevidence of the river, and bell our Will bay Fruits, Eggs,, Chickens, Jacksoiitiile! rand Nanlortl .'c' m.
hat
not communicate Cherryvulj is 1.1 the true uiodatiou.
her intentions! Products here.
ever, to the outlaws and they hOW-I' Trenton rook ga i belt The gaf.JJn the I Or Country Produce No. 15 No.73
any
: customers
tint w -11 u bem utilised for my 3 35 m-Lv Jackstrnville
fu3l
.jaear the jail to the : wira sues; t p .\r.1210 p m
await !' WE WANT or friends
may brirgt
3 33
gratifying rooultiMrs.
which would indicate that the prn..Green Cove Spring..11 37s a
-were sick within: Had this: wholesale guards at Burritt, of Racine, Wit, tliirkj that In fact to save you money, and can do i to market.I 4 30 p m........._Palatka ._......10 45 a m

tempt at murder been succoteful, not Abe cured dy>pc-paii by fasting tweutj-one if you will help us. o 40pm.-Seville- 9 36 smt

only the prisoners in the prison would days. ask for a share of the public patronage > 3S p m...-Deland Junction... 8 44 s ss
have been killed from the effect of the The jury to try the men accused: of ooa- and come as a supplicant not 6 49 p m..Orange City June_ 8 30 sm
poison but also the shtifiif family and piracy to Corrupt jurors in the CYomn case \rEXT dictator, asking for favors., a 7 30 p m......Ar Sanford LY__ 7 55 s m
posse. The drug was found to be was completed Monday. State's Attorney your Daily except Sunday.
strych You to know we are head-quarters for If courteous treatment good
Louseuju-ker ,
nine. Tie coos was immediately ar cluiuu to have secured no evi No. 73 connects at Palatka Junction with
rested. deuce which ie.nlers a conviction certain. Vegetables! Crates, etc. goods and low figures is Florida Southern Railway.

All the outlaw gang have fled to the John Campbell, a Connecticut wife beater, the candidate for Sanford and Lake Eustis llallway.LEAVE .
mountains was thra&b by his neighbors until be became public favor
of West % i inia'ht're it U WE WANT ARRIVE
sure death. for the officers to follow) unconscious.liufus then I'm No. 81 No. 83 No. nO No 82
them. The lawless persons who are re Gun failed to go off tb* raih-oad To Sell you your Orange Boxes and elected.Agent 7:10 pm 9:00 a m-Sanford-8:10 a 1:10 p m

sponsible for this outrasreota affair are track near Mannkigtoii, Ky., ant was rue Orange; Wraps, and will do it if you 8:01 p m $h30 a m..Paola..7 147 pm

ing from the West Virginia. The sheriff is hay down by an engine... will come to see us.11'E for Chattanooga Plow Co. 8:34 p m 10:22 a m.Sorrento7:34a 1.17..
aecftMarr papers arranged to secure -- 8:4S mlO:46
--- --- p a mJIt Dora.7:2a 12.E
Chilled Plows and pm
requisitions of the would-be Def'pT' tt'r Harbor Sugar
mur at GHlv<< *tnn.WASHINGTON' 9:00 mll:10 a m.Tavare-7:10a 11:50
derers: and every effort will. b**. made to Feb. 21.-Thocommittee nata WANT Cano Ifllls.- .? Dl1lv p y"nt' .....t..w' n 1Q.AAU pm
unng tuem to JUSt1Ct>. :::5houJd thev, u on commerce ha at Sanford with S
brought back here agreed to You to know that we are Agents for the Wet India Fast Mail *
during the present in- report favorably Mr. CosV bill
82
; applo- s. connects at Sanford with Jacksonville
tense excitement every one of them pnating $6.:!00XX( < )) for the constructionof Ocala Hock Lime, and will furnishit R.ay. and Sanford accommodation for potato
would be instantly mobbed as the people a deep water harbor at tfalveston. low down. North.

are crazed with indignation. with an amendment, providing that the Indian River Exprvfta.No. .

MARDI GRAS PARADE. expenditure shall be made at the rate of WE WANT 27
No. 78
$1,000,000 a year. This change was suggested HERE WE ARE AGAIN !
12 40
Th Rulers of .1nt R.pre.ented "trw' Orl.+1'.". army, under direction of which the work :* 30 p m......,...Palatka..........10 45 a m
Lime and
NEW GRUMES, Feb. :'.-The grand is to be prosecuted.If Oyster-Shell of course, 4 13 p m..DelAnd June... 8 4-lam
street pageant of the king of the carnival can :give you bottom prices. 4 23 p m..Orange City Junc... 830am

moved promptly at coon Tuesday, com 4 40 p m..Enterprise.Juud......8 13 a a
poeed as follow: we did but know how little some WE WANT 4 49 p m........Enterprise........ 7 50a mfr

Mounted detachment of household enjoy of the great things that they possess J. W ROGERS & GO. 06 p m... ........Obteen.......... 7 9d a m
,troo s. there would not be much envy in I You to know that we handle Cement 6 12 P m-....... LaGrange-...... 513 a m

Platoon of household troops. the world. and Plaster Hair. 6 20 p m-..Ar Tituaville Lv... 509am,
Roeuf limo and his attendants. Before an intelligent, appreciative and Daily except Sunda,. Steamen leave Tl-

King's own loyal guard. 'YEY discriminating public, present ourselves tusville dailv.except Sunday, for all pouts
His mot sublime majesty. Rex, king to Indian River as far south as 3IelboerB
of the carnival. To impress upon your minds that we and make our bow, announcing that ware e at 6.OOam. Steamers leave Melboeraf

Carnival court in a pageant consisting: represent Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5JO
of ninete n moving tableau cars reveal ESTABLISHED candidates for their favors, goodwishes a m for all point south as far as Jupiter,
in;; the theme illustrated Is the oldest aDd meet popular olentlflo and Thompson & Edwards
: then with
and h. connecting for Juaoaml all
mechanical paper published and has the largest -ca.; stage
The
Rulers of Ancient Times.*' circulation of any paper of Its claw in tbe world. of Chicago, landings on Lake Worth.
Second "1J Fully illnttrated. Best class of Wood Ezmrar
:J Majesty, hex
impersonating ing*. Published weeXlr. Send for specimencopr. The largest manufacturers of Fertilizers As blood is thicker than Halifax IMter Kxprcw
Urukh of ChaKlea, is seated I Price(3 a year. Four months'trial f L : water, so w
upon a gorgeous throne, and MLNN AI'O.,Pt BusnaRs,31; Broadway X.r. in the and No. 27 No. 73
his I ,
wares west keep constantly : cash better than credit. We to 12 40
his propose p m-.Lv Jacksonville Ar12 40 n
scepter to p
loyal
along. subjects as h" passes ARCHITECTS a BUILDERS on hand the following brands of their get out of the old ruts, and Sell our 2 20 P in....Ar Palatka Lr..._10 44am
Third. Justinian of Byzantium. Goods: 2 50 p m.-Lv Palatka Ar.- 35 p m

Fourth Slialmone of .A&yr 3. A great 1UCC4'S!. Each issue contains colored World of Good, for Orange Trees. Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard 6 00 p m..Ormond.......... 6 3i p m
Fifth, Solomon of Israel Uthvff or raphic public plates buildings.of country Numerous: and city engraving residences Cash. 6 2.> p m..._.ir Daytona LT__ 6 00 a m
Sixth. Clung Wong of-China. and full plans and specifications for the use ofItueh.u World of Good, for Truckers. Daily except Sunday.

Seventh Zenobia of Palmyra. li cu.a contemplate copy. MUNX bullc1tD* CO._Price$1-50 11.'R1rR.irEHTSt a year'. Pure, fine Ground Bone. Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, See
Eighth, Ramesis of Egypt. Blood, Bone and Potash. We handle a first-class line ofOlotliing 82 West Bay street and at Union depot,
Ninth, Alexander of Macedon. | be apply-aecnr- Jacksonville.J. .
Tenth AbJurrman of Spain. I itCNjr ChicagotBone Meal. A. LABXEBD, Q. D. ACXEKLT,

Eleventh, William the Conqueror of had, who over Dissolved Bone. I Supt. Gen. Ps& AgtW. .
England. 40 years' experience and hare made over
P. LAWS Ticket
!
; AgLTltaBvUl t. ;
100,00) applications for American and For.
T" WE WANT
elfth Cyatore of Media > sign patents. Send for Handbook. Correspondence D. F.JACK, General Manager.

.JBagdad.Fourteenth.Thirteenth. Almaosour, Caliph of strictly confldentlaLTRADE MARKS. You'to know we keep on hand Both Ready-made and to Order. GEQ. E. CHASED A. a CHAfUJa 1

Generic, King of the In MM your mark Is not registered in the Pat- Sulphate of Potash,
Sandals in Africa ent Office, protection apply to Mrxx bead i tot Co iiandbook.. and procweImmediate Land Plaster, OurGents' GEO. E. CHASED & CO., "

Sixteenth, Nero of Rome. COl'TRICHTS for books charts ,
map
Canada H. W. Ashes
-Seventetoith, Albion, King ef Lom- ttc*quickiy procured. Address SHIP CHANDLERY
bardy. 31TNX: .. & CO., Patent Solicitors. Tobacco Stems and Furnishing Department t ,
.dgbt 1Uh. Merez of V' itAl. Orncx: 3d BJI.O.ADW.A-T. X. L
Egypt Cotton Seed Meal. HARDWARE
Nineteenth Cyrus of Persia. 1
Th streets on which the procession X otl ce. WE WANT Is Complete. Nobby Hats from

moved were crowded with spectators. first-class hands and Shoes : Patent Lois Fire Rope BPI
to suit
This is generally! admitted to be the most All persons having claims again the You to Give Us a Trial on something the ,
brilliant Mardi Gras season that New estate of Sophronius Twichell, late of most fastidious.. Trunks, Valises and FISHEIQ GEAR SPRUCE wmw.

Orleans has ever enjoyed. The city H Brcvard county Florid* deceased, are WE WANT Hand Satchels, too low to Agent for Devoe & l'o.'. Paints Tufc 1
crowded with visitors from required to them quote.
all present dilly authenticated
parts of To merit your patronage by fair and Life
the country-in fact there has not been to the undersigned within the time Preserver, Tent & Awning Ce. j
GO many northern and western people in required by law or this notice will be honest dealings, and we mean business- For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we cannot Patent Anchors. ,

the city at any. time since the exposition pleaded in bar of their collection; and TRY US.Respectfully. be excelled in the county. BOAT QEAB: 07 ALL KHTD3. i

r jear. *.__________ all persons in debt to said estate are required
to make Immediate -:o:- Correspondence Solicited. Telephoao
.
P..u11ar P.. payment to us. We
of mm Iau MM.DEDIUM earnestly ask an inspection of
t This February 7th. U90.A.ROS our $&
Mass, Feb. tO.-There ,
a lunacy inquiry Tuesday before Judge was CLEVELAND.MAUTT. Goods before buying elsewhere.J. Ms. 8.8 $ 90, E. Bay St..

t Devens in the supreme court in the CLEVEL.I ND. J. S.
art W. IJ.\.lnr, aged $1, who murdered case t' Admr and .\lImr'x.j" WATSON & CO W. Rogers & Co. i01Jr.1 J4CKSO.MILLE, FL.'.






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: THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1890. ; ,' ,,. ; '7


f tides so that they wii not be easily Bucklen's
ro "en. Arnica Sah'e.TnE .

BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, d"j /4

CARL PRETZEL'S PHILOSOPHY.It Bruises, Sores Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever 1 c .'
J- q1
j jI Sores, Tetter, Chapped Chilblains ;
CRISP CONDENSATIONS.TiES. vas 'exceedingly unnecessary for a Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, 1 o %= ( ,r

feller to dink dot he could shtop'all der and positively cures Piles or no pay re- o 'Z.,.

. I ,> JjL has 183 common' schools, with vhile at der banquet tables of his life.. It is guaranteed to give perfect ..t J VQ' ,

ro' ** rooms and 170,000 acholars.1 Dhero vas much satisfaction, or money refunded. Price c; .......tVPo % e ,
a I cJaII many mens, dot vas 2;3 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & < Vl-y 7 o"V
exposition a watch was know dot dhey deserf v
Paris a goot lickings:: Grey. 10-19. \ .
] :tn only a quarter of an inch in di- but dhey Bond would allow efery feller to rY (; "t" ".

gif it to him. .'i- ".# t .
< 1\ -$ > .
; I Jagtet. THE y "e:> .oty :
INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER .
I to 200 bottle nosed whales1jTen It its a pooty good meditations dot (\ --3 Go: ''11\ .",: q) ...

ashore below Barnstanker- der goot tings vhich der Lord did gafeus 7/ s. .1.'V' l'< t. cVJ'I1't' .:> tjJ. _
"(.: '.: ...,:- ,
::Scotland, recently. vas plaindy efidence dot der efilsvhich .
.y p p p
,erage cost of a fully equipped he bonds vas not inflicted mit mal ..." o .V u v sr
I.Id. foe "" 7' ': *'I1j 4: (: ebo3a
i _
** -CiiicaKo National ; ;
L2;;)
Weekly.Eupepsy. :
Jhboat., with transporting carriage, life \. ..I"J" .........:>(, '",,4f: \\'.".V"..--
heIe. in England, Is 3500. t) 14. q) ". ,,
stet :: ..
l belt!. ; ..o 4

J Forty thousand communications are This is what you ought to have, in t-t.-. C........ ;Y f. ly

1Ji11 made by telephone in London over fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy life '"t" 1
of the National Telephone com- Thousands are for ../.. 11'-t-: .' '\ A.Y-V .... D'ppo .
t 1 1b 1m 1m 1r tires searching it daily,and II. ...:: c
to ," "' .. ..
. : mourning: because they find it not. Thousands eo <,,,-- ,...11. ,"'"dP* dr 'fL :
". ", : .
.. "
"Looking Backward" has upon thousands of dollars are ( ,,.' .. '')0'. t(..;' .0)'
Y'8 a' v '1 .
appeared In German on the conti- pent' annually by our people in the hope : $# v o'
iud that they may attain this boon. And
yet i' ;
IIDI tander the title "Alles Verstaatlicht"Sferrthing It may be had by all. We guarantee thatelectric t l \-t t """ .. ''Iiil! ,.,-hilt;
DII Nationalized). Bitters, if used according to directions oJ'jilmi liif! 1 fjllil".I!
/
According to a recent paper read be- and the use persisted in, will A strictly fir8t-rla s machine, fully warranted and

I sD sa se sy j the French Academy of Science the bring you Good Digtstioi and oust the made from very bent. materials by bkihed workun nand .
to demon dyspepsia and install instead Eu- with best tool. ever devised for the pUI'f08e.Warrrnted .
IIaIII VBperature at the top of the Eiffel to do all that can be reaconuhlv vjKHited
iIlJ frequently much higher than at icpsy. We recommend Electric Bitters of the very best typewriter extant. Capable of writ.
is
tyI'et for dyspepsia and all diseases of the liver Ing 150 words per ininnte. or mnrE',according to the
the giwnd, though the contrary, as a stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. ability of the operator. PRICE $'00. tl

: 1 rye is to be expected. and $LQ0; per bottle by Dixon & Gray, Agents vauted.Address, PAlilSsII 31'FO.PARISH CO.,,K. Y.Caveats ,I H7wlc

J fuileries is derived from the word druggIsts. 22 --- --
-
-- -- --------
. a tile, because tiles were made on FROM NEW YORK CITY FtiyslcUiii endorse P.P.P. M a splendid eombtoatkni..
\ fcjk, Persons who lead a life of exposure are Jlr. A H. Hawkes-Pear Sir: Your PATENT and prescribe It with great aatUfacUon for tb.eerie er
where the palace now stands.jjtharine all and tt. .. 'T
"rm. r of Primary. Sooondary and >ntp -
dIG spot subject to rheumatism EYE GLASSES received
neuralgia and lum- sometime since, and am
{ de Medici began the building lago and will find valuable remedy in very much gratified at the wonderful change that

. ja 1564 and Louis XIV completed it in Dr. J. II. :McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment A w, old come glasses over,my and eyesight am now since wearing 1 have jours.discarded p BCM*

'. j55t The grounds and gardens were ; it will banish pain and subdue infla- e t. I ALKXiNDFBGAB..

bid oat by Lenotre, a celebrated gar- mation.When. All Secretary fitted at the Stationers'Drug Store Board of of Trade. V O.JF II L ArydrpblUs

I dsker. you are constipated, with loss of ::5 DIXON k GRAY, inUSVILLE, FLA.

Tontines, loans given for life annuities ippetite.headache! take Dr.J.II. McLean's ,Syphilitic KbvnmaUim, Scrofoloo Clccn
And Sores,Glandular Swelling, BheamatUm.Malaria,
1 ,were invented by Laurence Tonti, aapolitan. LIttle Liver and Kidney Fillets, they are old Chronic Fke-. th.t fctT re.t.ted all treatment.Catarrb .

They were first set on foot pleasant to take and will cure .you. 25 cents

!1 it Paris to reconcile the peopleto Car- a vial.TakeDeWitt's.

1 i Mazarin's government, by amus- Little Early Risers.
with the hope of becoming 0 .
jtgthcm 'DeWitt'fc s o t'
Little Risers there.
Early :; get
IIddenl1 rich. Tonti died in the Bastile

I I'I after seven years' imprisonment. Faults of digestion cause disorders of the skin Dip.al!'l. Letema, Cbrcnls Fena Complulnta -

1 He hangman in New South Wales is liver, and the whole system becomes de- 1'a P. P.,P.Mercurial li a powerful folton.totif Tetter.and Scald&ead an excellent etc.a.eta ohij. -

1 Jaoked upon with such horror that he ranged. Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening HOW? .

i himself Cordial and Blood Purifier perfects the process and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat
recently found completely boycotted of digestion and assimilation and thus ent business conducted for MODERATE Fees. "Can the world know a man has a good
,
on reaching Wagga-Wagga toperform Ooi OrncE is OPPOSITE U. S. PATENT Ornce thing unless he advertises the possession .
execution. The cabmen makes pure blood. and \ve can secure patent in less time than those of it-V ANDERlIILT.
an re-
remote from Wa'hiu
toa.
unanimously to drive him from If you MifR pricking pains on moving Send model, drawing or pTioto, with descrip --
,' the also de- the eyes, or ramiot bear bright light, and tion. We advise, if paten able or not, free of
rillwaY6tation; porters find your sight weak and failing,you should charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.A a Let,betiding up the system rapidly. .-
rimed to carry his luggage, and the un- Dr. J. II. McLean' Strength- PAMPHLET. "How to Obtain Patents," with Ladles whose iystem are poisoned and wboee blood r
promptly use tg In an 1m ore condition dne to menstrual trreralat4
names of actual clients in your State,county, or
executioner to
lucky was obliged trudge ening Eye Salve. 25 cents a box. town, sent free. Address, d
,.Ij I cffon foot, struggling with his various y'i1IJWRITE
taps. Ask Dixon & Gray what De,ntt's Little C.A.SNOW&CO.OPP. US 1

Early Risers are. PATENT OFFICE WASHINGTON. D. C.'
; & 1A
!: THE GENTLER SEX. wherever you live,and
1 Scrap of Paper Saves Ilcl'Life.
Hrs.Louise Chandler Moulton is ratherlbdov ntelligent Headers will notice thatlull's n we will ship you a
a fine instrument on tie are-cnliarly,benefited by the wonderful tonIc and
) middle weight, of matronly figure It ordinary of I 15 blood cleansing properties of P.P.P.,Frtcllj Ash,Fet
was just an scrap wrapping .
Root and
Pota Mnm.LIPPMAfJ
Days' Test Trial ini'
'c tith face and dark hair.
:
a pleasant paper, but it saved her life. She was
y in the last of consumption told your own home.
Lady Pauncefote is noted at Washing- stages e

ten as a pedestrian. She often walks by physicians that she was incurable and S

.'; from house to house in inakii j calls. eOl'ldlive only a short time ; she weighedless a )
than seventy pounds. On a pike of I *
are not "warranted to cure" all classes
I Miss Braddon the authoress is ti
angularof she read of Dr. KingsNew :
wrapping paper of diseases! but only such as result
build,candy of hair and ruddy of com- Discovery and got a sample bottle; from a disordered leer,Tic: .

_cn. She writes steadily four days a It helped her, she bought a large bottle Vertigo Headache Dyspepsia NO CASH REQUIRED BROS., Proprietors,

reek,and devotes the other two to riding. It helped her more, bought another and ,. WHOLKSA.IJE DRUGGISTS.
and is Fevers Costiveness Bilious LJppman Block. SAVAVKAH. GA.
1 \Miss Anne Whitney, the Boston sculp- grew better fast continued its use Until you have tested and approved. Our freight
now strong healthy, ioy. plump. cigh- Colic Flatulence etc. both ways if instrument fails to please in either
terk3? a noble bead and features of ideal lug 140 pounds. For fuller particular style, price or quality. Ours the risk only (IF
1 time seems to make no For these they are not warranted infallible ; to give fair and full test, and buy if fully pUased. .
-.j Impression send stamp to W. II. Cole. Druggist, but are asnearlysoasltisnos* f" J .. .._ ".. .- '.; .
than on sculptured mar- Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this won- Ible to make a remedy. Price,25cts.. 40,000 Southern Homes 7NF.iLrlii ..
II: derful Disbovery free at Dixon & Gray's SOLD EVERYWHERE ,=r iIio
*Mme of drug-store. 22 .unplied\ by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL } A z.7tt''J s;}
Carnot, wife of the president ------- ------- PLAN first introduced in the South by us. Fair- are those jui up by 1
Trance,has taken a great fancy to Amelie -- breath with DcWittV Little NESS A MEAD ROISES COKEBtT tf-r method of sale possible,and a great benefit to D.M.FERBV5CD.Who
Cleanse your i Dock's lJ.Vlt.iBLK TUIOUt EAt tbo..e..t ill distance who cannot visit our ware-rooms .
"jq Km-Chanler. She considers her the ; Early Risers, Dixon & Ora) CDSMI3XS.Vhlapera heard. Com- are the L&rge:
.
most charming American she has ever ------ -, -- -- ear fvrtablc.,e4 Hwmihl 1k".alla.ltI"L* *sllae..dle.ta11.8.IdbyP" .toW liNk.(|>ru SZSCOI b f&KX.PARKER'S .. ALL RISK SAVED Scelcmen i.- t!.> urii: '4-
..
1 His didn't back on him because D.1F.C. riCu'aBeautifully :
girl
&et, go --- -- -
Iflj.irutd. Dear' !Iw
:
he! used De'ntt'Littlc Early }{isers. By this trial r'an and purchasers absolutely armed -
and Friaxdas
Ifiss Edwards, teacher of the school at perfect instruments at the very lowest )
[ r
: Jraniteville, Nevada county Cal., went A sort of lethargy sometimes takes possession HAIR BALSAMCleanses possible cost. Selling only the best instru- tt
:1 rrtnts made, that will stand the
and beautifies the hair. most severe and for I590wltoratlydFIt:! t. all
r toKonh Bloomfield fourteen miles, on of the Kidney and bladder; they Promotes a luxuriant growth. cOM rehen\i"e tests,*'e do not fear to send them out app'ir"&t*,and ID last season 5, Cwtooun -
'now shoes recently. She made the trip I should be promptly j-timulated to healthy Never Fails to Restore Cray on trial and let them stand solely on their merits. V It U Letter than tvtr. t.
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,.' :.: Hair tails Youthful Color All we ask is the privilege of shipping on. '' "
In of Dr. J. II. McLean's ap .3 < tvH.'
four : the 9
hours action by use orV idSEtb SrtovKlUii.r'w.
i Prevents Dandruff and hair falling proval. No suit, no pay. Our freights if we fail. ;

." Ada Ellen Bayly ("Edna Lyall"). theEnglish Liver and Kidney Balm. hoc and Te1MO.5Drnewt'ts.__ .' D. M.rCRitydc::
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) The of the blood depends much u EASY TO BUYFrom DETROIT: ,."':I CM. 'L
quality
dress .
novelist blue
wears a serge ... ENGLISH .r..s" :
to make the { CPICHESTEH'R 4-
bad
; *ith plainest of trimmings, and "short. upon good or digestion; t ii" us by correspondence. No matter whether Z1
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con- : pf.t'ut Iii C'I f L rttS.$
in life and strength-giving 1
rich ;
blood live
.ryt l>tOwn hair with Puritanical ., you either ten or a thousand miles from H*
I'..,, arranprd stituents, use Dr. J. H. McLean's Strength- Ked Cross DLamoml launJ. we hip' to all Southern States. Our system U .
J simplicity," In speAking her voice is low Cordial and Blood Purifier, it will The eely reliable pill for..\1.. Rare* ening ,' L. dle., ask; l>r.jttl t for tue Dla.m.ad One price only. No more, no less.
and ., Large
10ft.
.,1.Ie the of the blood from riraad iD red m.uelebore. s1e4d'
'" nourish properties withbtn.ribbos.Takeaootler.Send4e.tamp. Discounts from makers prices. All compe-
The of vitality are drawnKUIYAKU and "UeUt"f[ fur tition met Complete outfits free. All
0" 1 Duchess of Connaught made an which the elements ') for particalars freight
kdleV in t.U r.by maiL yaM far>r.Catehestcr paid. Easy installments. Every inducement that
: imPressive speech when presiding at a Chemical I:',MadUon sq.,riaiada,Pa. any" fir doling house can offer.

fleeting of the Female TrainR ------- EcouoeMeflETIlE
'J Rajkumare Is certain if reasonable effort is made to ll
college, in which her royal hishnesserred I cure a cough by the use of iXAVitt's Cough :MADE WITH BOILING AVATKR Write for Valuable Information.

to the deep interest ehe took in I and Consumption cure. this remedy is correct Catalogues, Circulars, Special

1: the welfare of the women of India. and certain in its action and costs no Epps'sG! ; ; Fall Offer s-1889. Copy of new '" TIRELESS TOILER POD TB1TS t* ..

,1:' inie Popelin, the accomplished young, more than unreliable preparations, insist Paper Sharps and Flats"- -

..., Belgian lawyer who was lately refused i upon having it. For & Gray ALL FREE. Address

admission to the bar of Brussels because Advice to Mothers.Ts.Wtasrow'sSOOTnINOSlaurshonldaiweys. .

tf her sex, Is organizing a woman's club.. ilsrf when children are cutting teeth. re.lieveethelittlesnffereratonceitprodneesnetnral Cocoa I (WOEN & BATES
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that city with the co-operation of hei ,

1 "Ister who Is a successful apothecary. quiet as a button.sleep.andthehttledienibawakesas'-bnght It is very pleasant to. taste. It MADE WITH BOILING WATER. L1 SOUTHERN r MUSIC HOUSE
all pain
soothes the softens the Bums,allays ,
SOMt THINGS WORTH KNOWING. be8tknown medr
for dlaenho3a SKnnlmg from teething 01' SAVANNAH, CA.

Great other aui.eaV Twenty-tin cents a boUle.___ ...
Improvement will bo found i 4

hand coffee if they are kept in glass The farmer's friend has for manvjear* MY SONIt
Volcanic Oil Liniment -
x Iraltjara instead of tin boxes. been Dr. J. II. McLean's
and sheep. It How Lost How Regained
for horses; cattle, kogs ,
teaspoonful of borax added to coW I in thousands of cases with the men who advertise. You
has proved its worth will never lose by it."-BEN. FRAXKLIK. Yours, anxious to please
march
will make clothes stiffer than amelse TH fNCE ED. I* Hr'ftLET. .
tried it adds ncI -'Vil ; the stomach lacks igor and regularity if JKf: Write L. fit B. S. M. H. about it. 'pHOWS "
though s
ever
there will be flatulency, heartburn. Ask your dealer for Ed. L. Huntley& ea. -

L I nausea, sickness, headache, nervousness
6r r Equal parts of ammonia and turpentine Use Dr. J. II. McLeans Strengthening Cordial HONEST GLOTHINi

wID take paint out of clothing, ever and Blood Purifier to give tone and

"it be hard and dry Saturate the spot regularity to the stomach. \ If our ooda are not in the hands of aomr
e W KNdTHYM f \ STOREKEEPER in your section TOO can PROCURE -
often out it
wash
r as necessary, and ADVICE.;-; THEM from the BEST KNOWN atuf
psuds. feet THE SCIENCE OF LIFE largest MAILOKDKBVholeBale CLOTHWO HOUSB
a M "Keep your beak cool, your warmyour ': A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise In the world, at price that will MAKE YOUR
Confectioner's sugar Is a very fine: liver active and trust in God, was th e on the Errors of YonthPrematarsDeclineNervoas eyes snap and KEEP YOU gneasing.bow we tan
trad to a patient and of the Blood. afford TO DO IT. If your DEALER does cot
dered'sugar, called by the advice of a celebrated plipsician t Physical Debility, Impurities keep onr goods. send to us and we WILL fur-

.xxx. For all candy creams, icings vou can regulate the action of jour livers .r: rush you a Suit or Overcoat, express or mall
sherbet, and sweets in general t il l kidneys and bowels by using DeWitt's Sarsapari'lla YOUR FENCE ? paid,patronage of price. with and hokt
blood your if you try ns order t We
'gar is preferable to either cut loaf 01 an absolutely reliable purifying have built up this immense business by our
& Ii] We have the CHEAPEST and BestS
for sale bv Dixon Gray a ,
S uUfcd, and its coat is about equaL. remedy UNIitJIfDMSifilESReeulttog WOVEN WIRE FENCING te ers PAINSTAKING as we would be methods done by and. by doing by otl> "

: When the glass globes of chandelierJT In the decline of life infirmities beset n s Wire RopoSolvaga. ED. L. H 'TLET & (;0;. Style Originslort.
from Folly Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or
a become smoked and grimy, soak to which our youth and maturity wer. Overtaxation, Enervating and unfitting the victim J p E*In ordering Suits or Orereoata observe t
a in hot water to which a little t3'aL: strangers, our kidneys and liver are subiect for Work, Business,the it arried or Social Relation. SJ f strictly following rules for measurement '
elute hut nothing;equals Dr,. Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this great : Breast measure over vest close op u .
derangement,
: been added. Then put semi to RaIn work. It contains BOO pages,royal 8To. Beautiful der arms. Waist measure over pant Inside-
ammonia Into hot water,enter the slobetICrub J. II. McLean's Liver land Kidney : binding,embossed,foil gilt Price only $1.00 by F leg measure from crotch to heel. _
d regulator of these organs. mall,postpaid,concealed plain wrapper. Jllus-
a
J briskly with a stiff brush as Free,if The
tratlTe Prospectus you apply now. References-First National Back of Chi- : ;
Fw ewe thoroughlj and wipe dry. CHEAT SCOTT distinguished author,Win. IL Parker, )(. DL, receive raga capital $3,000,000 r Continental Katiocal :
the OLD A.f JEWELLED MEDALs Bank of Chicago capital 2.000,000. 1
Pat dishes, tumblers and other gl ass Why don't you cure that cough? De'ritt'Cough s ... the National Medical Association for .

1 artk1es into a kettle cover them entirel:y and Consumption Cure will do it. this PHYSICAL PRIZE DEBILITYJ ESSAY on >r.Parkerand NERVOUS corps aDd : ED. L HUNTLET & Co., Manufact.

*ooid water, and put the kettle wh ere This remedy is positively certain, promp t of Assistant Physicians may be consulted, confidentially 10 DrCBD BIDE.u eo CURS PIE 1tQD.' urers and Wholesale Dealers -Clothing

Its soon boil. When it bas boiled i a and thoroughly satisfactory, if you be hav fact THE PEABODY, by mail or MEDICAL in person, at INSTITDTE the office of, Lawn. Garden,Poultry and Stock 1"eDdu. anlIusan41JWtbLGateltoma&c1. for Men Boys and Children 122 and 124- -
to
few this statement a Priceslow. old
: minutes, set it aside covered close. tried it you know N*. 4 Balflnch 8U,Bcstoa.Maaa.,to whom all dealers. FretYt Paid. SendfoTctreolars.tat Market Sf. Chicago ..!!. PvO. Box 661.;,
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yourself a n: ,
ben the out have not orders fer books orktters for advice should be Kcxaxxs worn WIKS run ca cnictco, DJ: ,
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8. : THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, FEB. '27, 1890. '


Cocoa Cocoa is to have an artesian well it From the Land of Flowers. ,
THE PEOPLES CASH
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.".:town Monday. for a town artesian well to be Mr. A. B. GnuRDEAU, Savannah, Ga.

sunk at the junction of Harrison street DEAR SIB:-I have fully tested the lawns, 5c Children's striped suits $1.25 and $*>50
The Hotel Indian River at Rockledge and Delannoy avenue. Over half the Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic you Calico, 5c, 6c, 6jc, 7c, 8c Children's plaid suits, $3,75 $U3, ju 69
t ;is, filling up fast. sent me and have to report 15 cases of Seer-sucker, 9c $5 32 These run up to 13 yeaw old
: The"streets of Cocoa are daily filled amount of money necessary for the project Chills and Remitting Fever that it has Jaconet, 32 inches, lOc Youth's suits, 13 to 18 years old, fLU
has already been raised and we hope cured. Not one failure. With some Gingham, 9c, lOc, lie $5.32, $6.25, $7.50, $7.75
}with'strangers now. that the remainder will be subscribedsoon experience as to the demands of Georgiaand Chalon cloth, 12c Men's sack suits at $4.69, $>.%. fftgg
Mr. Wm. Jarvis returned to Cocoa last and the well flowing for the use of Florida, and especially in the south- Blue chambray, 12c $.50, $8,00, $9.69 $10.32, $11.57,$13.40
"week from his stay in TItusville. citizens. eastern part of this State, I know of no Chomonine cloth, 13c $15.00
F' our remedial agent so worthy of general use Sateen, 13c Men's 3-button cut-away, $9.00 $969
Choir practice on Saturday afternoon Our Episcopal church is receiving a as yours. Whoever originated it is a Outing flannel, warranted not to'fade or 811.25, $15.00 '
,of this week at the Episcopal church. much-needed coat of paint and grounds public benefactor. Yours truly, shrink. The cloth of the season, 14c Select your price; send the description
26 pieces of ruching, 5c to 24c as to color, etc., and
Miss Carrie Moore visited her friend, around the church are being put in per- S. F. Goy, 200 ribbon, 25 to 50 per cent below suit you or refund your we money.guarantee to
%Miss Kate Eyer, at Merritt, last Thurs- fect order, the organ tuned and mendedup Missionary Florida Baptist Country on regular;: prices

',I y. ; all these improvements are gener- Indian__h_ river h__ _and. _its..__vicinity._____ Lace, embroidery, plumes, tips, trim- J. P. TURNER & COmings t-
'Mr. and )[rs. Wm. Brush, of Brooklyn, ously donated by Mr. Chas. Goodyear, of NOTICE. etc., etc., at the peoples prices J

"i.,Y. were guests of the Peck House last.' Boston, who has a fine orange grove in LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLA. ) Send to The Bazaar at Titusville for anything you want. If Messrs. Turner 4
'week. South Rockledge and a lovely winter Feb. 6, 1890. f Co. haven't got it, they will go out and get it for you if it is to be had in Tituv

wife Mrs. M. J. home there where be and his interesting Notice is hereby given that the follow ville, and guarantee to please or money refunded every time. i
Peck and
Prof' W. H. ing-named settler has filed notice of his
TPipher and Judge J. T. Small visited family spend the inter season each year. intention to make final proof in supportof GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. H. ROLLIXg
Courtney .Jast week. Two distinguished gentlemen of Chicago his claim, and that said proof will be Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. Notary Public.,

The Queen, of Eau Gallie, was anchored were guests of the Peck House this or made in his before absence:; the Judge Clerk of of Circuit said court Court, at, IR.ob13ins: : G-rahazn.: d:) B.o11ius, I s

off Cocoa for a day or so last week week. Mr. S. McQua, a well-known Titusulle, Fla., on April 8, 1890; viz: REAL ESTATE DEALERS,

with a pleasure party on board. insurance man, came here to regain his Oscar F. Davi, Titusville, Fla., D. S. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLI) A EACH: .IXfiED.
strength which an attack of la grippe 2335 for the N. E. I of N. W. J Sec. 5
A heavy norther gave us a little taste Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.
took away from him. The other gentlemen T. 22 S. 11. 35 E. He names the following ,
", of winter last Friday, but our balmy witnesses to his continuous
.
prove I' O. Box, 25O,
is :Mr.: E. P. Griswold an importerand
returned Saturday. residence and cultivation of said
weather by upon ,
manufacturer of cloaks. They are land, viz: TITUSVILLE, BREVAKD CO., FLOI IDA.
of Palatka and
/ "Sir. J. W. McClung, delighted with Indian River and intend Robert Morrow. James R. Watson and We Buy and Sell all kinds: of Real Estate ami are sole Agents1 for a large list of
Cdr. E. H. Gregory, of Louisville, Ky., bringing their families down here next Milton Grover, of Titusville, and Fred- carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
rspent the day in Cocoa last Friday. winter. erick A. Chappel, of LaGrange, Fla. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property .

Rev. James Bolton preached on last ALEX. LYNCH, Register. on Indian River.
Atlanta, Ga., was well represented at Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
,Sunday in the new M. E. church both Rockledge last week by Major T. C. Watson Naphtha Launch "Livinier" and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction: to intending Purchnsers rib;

.morning and evening to appreciative con- the treasurer of the Georgia State may favor us with their patronage.No .
listed unless the Title Perfect.
Properties
gregations. Can be Hired for Short Runs Cruis- w
Railroad ; Mr.'A. J. Orm, another high; or Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicate desiring large bodies of low-
liss )1. E. Babbitt, of Philadelphia, railroad official and Mr. Elisha Brown, ing. For terms and particulars addressW. priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet. w

Pa.,after several weeks' stay in Cocoa, son of Senator (and ex-Governor) Joe P. Underwood, Cocoa, Fla. "

, left for Sanford last Wednesday on the Brown, of Georgia. These gentlemenwere GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary. ,

steamer. St. Lucie. highly pleaded with Indian River PIANO for SALE, jESrovftrca.LTosti iOt of Titlo: Oo., i

Mr. and )In. C. W. Joines who have and expressed: themselves as sorry to haveto ALSO Incorporated A. D. 1889. 0

cad charge of the Singleton grove for leave so soon, but business called them A SEINE, 50 YARDS LONG. CAPITAL STOCK, $dOOO ; FULLY PAID ; IVOX-ASSESSABLE.

-some years have left Rockledge for their back home. APPLY A Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each ad-

old home in Tennessee.The Mr. Marcus Gould, of New York, who Dr. C. A. Hentz, City Point, Fla. dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz.,$3.00!
for the first additional and 50c. for each transfer.
entertainment to be given this has been visiting at the home of Col. and succeeding

week in the new M. E. church by the Mrs. E. C. Wade, at Rockledge, for the The New Rock Ledge Hotel Taxes Paid for Ron-Resident

ladies Wednesday night promises to be a past two months, has just purchased of Xew House New Furmture. Cuisiue, Lest. E3?" For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry andanno.ance
8-iuitary conditions perfect. For further incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against low by Tax
{ .most enjoyable affair. Mrs. Wade three building lots frontingon information address Sale. 1:

i Misses Clara Sanders and Sallie Hall, Delannoy ave., and the three lots back G. M. BRADLEY, Proprietor, Box 250, Titusville, Fla.
in Cocoa of them the road. These ROCK LEDGE, FLA.
-of City Point, spent Saturday lying on county

Slaving dental work attended to by our lots adjoin that upon which Dr. Hugh- ST. LUCIE HOUSE Iiidian. River IIOte1,

efficient dentist Dr. L. T. Daniel. lett's pretty Cottage was lately erected, I

The dance given by the young men of and we are informed that Mr. Gould in- Opposite Indian River Inlet, Hotel b new, Furniture

Cocoa last Friday evening at Hill's ball tends having built a handsome store and ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA. is new. Capacity, 150Guests. I

was largely attended and a delightful dwelling house for himself upon his new I

time was enjoyed by all who participated purchase and that he will open a store of Unrivalled Hunting, Fishing y Table supplied with Oysters I
Fish Duck Venison

gent's furnishing goods as soon as the -
Ji. .in the affair. Boating, Etc. --- Oranges, Pineapples, !
Cocoa has violinist of some reputa. necessary arrangements can be completed. First-Class Accommodations. Opened = =' -= { Bananas, etc.SaltandSulphur. I
Mr. Gould is so pleased with our from January 1st to May 31st. = Balls
." Indian River country, that he says he JAMES PAINE, Proprietor. Free to Guests.
.IPfof. L. C. Cummins, of New York city. "wants to live and die here." i' PC A Sail How and Steam
He has rooms over the bank building and boats connected with the

furnishes music upon special occasions. The Ladies' Sewing Society met on Ct: S, Engl & Ca Hotel.
Thursday afternoon at Mrs C. Har ,per J r ,t'" Best of Hunting and
Last week while Dr. Schofield's yachtwas t#
rison's home, and a large amount of work Fishing Hunters, Dogs
lying at the wharf of Mr. Gingras, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Croc1ery m .:; : and Guns on application
at Rockledge, the steamer Georgiana (in was accomplished, as quite a goodly num- ; t" # Rates: 12 to 13 per day
ber of ladies attended. Mrs. Harrisonwas Glassware ,
h ""J ?h + Special rates per week
making a landing:) came in collision anda x -
hospital usual and the afternoon ] tip 1? or month.
as as Ioltse-Furnishing .
,
good.deal of damage was done to the ,
.Doctors little yacht. was most pleasantly spent by all Lamps, Oil, Yapor Stoves
TITUSVILLE
present. Mrs. H. gave a charming liule"speech" FLOB.IDA..
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Peck arrived at Gate City Stone Filters.We Situated on the Banks of the far-tamed Indian Itiver.
in which she that the
suggested The Chief Office of U. S. Signal Service I* in the Indian River Hotel
'i' Cocoa on the Tarpon last Thursday and sewing society become a joint affair and solicit the patronage of F. B. SACKETT, Proprietor.
gave their relatives and friends a pleas- our neighbours of tile
that the ladies of the Methodist as wellas
ant Surprise. Mr. Peck returned to Savannah -
of the Episcopal church assist: in the KiST COAST.INDIANRIVERSTATE. E. L. BR..A.DYGroceries -
the next day but his wife remainedfor ,
work and allow the proceeds of the socie-
a week's visit to her parents. ty's work to be divided and expended in BANK. Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

)Jr. and Mrs. A. P. Ball,of New Jersey improvements upon each church. She ,

left Cocoa this week after a most delight- also suggested that the ladies of the society Titusville, Florida. I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and

i5ul stay of over two months at the Peck should and sell lunches Fancy ,
prepare Incorporated under Laws Slate of Florida.
Tloqse. They made many friends here upon the Oleander Point picnic groundson Authorized Capital $100,000 Groceries, Fruit and Food ProductsOf

daring their stay who wish them bon voyage May Day of this year and that the r Paid-up Capital,,$25,000. ,. all kinds. Also my Stock of
home and hope to see them on IndianRiver work should be in' bootls
fancy
placed A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN Grain Hay Bran Cotton'Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat.
again next season. there at the same time and offered for SACTED. ,

Mrs. E. H. Walters, of Brooklyn, N. sale to the many people who annually at- JAMES PRITCHARD, President I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of

Y., and Mrs. Birch, of Jacksonville, Fla., tend the :May Day Regatta held at Oleander \\". B. BARXETT, Vice-President, Goods. I buy close! and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit

arrived at Cocoa last week and are stop- Point. Every one seemed pleased at '\"M.1.. BROWX, Cashier. your patronage. Very truly,

ping at Mrs. J. G Powell's house. Mrs. the suggestions of Mrs. Harrison and arrangements Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Barnett E. L. BR- .DY.

Walters intends remaining here for the will be made to follow them J. H. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and
'rest of the butIrg":: "". M. Brown. GOLDSMITH BROS.
season Birch will only out. The next meeting of the Ladies'Sewing

; spend a few days in Cocoa. Society will be held on Thursday Every favor consistent wits ConsemtiyeCorrespondents We are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors, and having

The steamer St. Lucie came down on March 6th, at the residence of :Mrs. Bannn[ cltcndcd. enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning, ire solicit the good will ol our
Monday morning instead of the Georgians 0. K. Wood and all the ladies interestedin : Seaboard Xat'l Bankof friends in a continuance of the same. AVe shall always keep a full Stock of

and odr mail was not received until both churches are cordially invited to Sew York ; Xat'l Bank of Jacksonville. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats Notions Etc.
,
lute in the afternoon when the new stea- attend.
And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. We
mer St. Augustine came down the river JACKSONVILLE MARBLE GO
FOR DYSPEPSIA have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies, which is
and made her first landing at Cocoa. Weall
Use Brown' Iron Bitters. y\ Dealers Inltlonumenb worth Seeing and Buying.
... welcome the new steamers. Physicians recommend it. We only deal in
All dealers keep it.$100 per bottle. Genuinehas ,
Divine service and the rites of confir- trade-ma.rkandcrossed red lines on wrapper.Xollcc. IFirst-oiciss: Goods, ,

"oration will take place Wednesday of this Ileadatone, Bought in first-class manner, and guarantee price as well as quality.
week at St. Michael's church, Rft-Rev.E. ::: Iron Fencing GOLDSMITH BROS. TITUSYILLE
c:) FLA.
LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE FLA. )
G:''f eed, S. T. D., Bishop of Florida, and Z ; Lawn Furniture
Feb. }
17th, 1SOU. j cID
4
Rev. A.'T. Sharpe, officiating. Sunday, L Z Marble, Strawberry P1an.'ts :in Sep'texnbor

March 2nd, the usual services will be lowing-named:Notice is hereby settler given has filed that notice the fol of :S: 5:; Granite Slate, Nunan's Improred and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early.

*.held by Mr. Sharpe, at 10:30 a. m. his intention te make final proof in sup- = 0 Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
4. 0 Onyx. INDIAN RIVEB BRAND, manufactured by old firm the Co.
an Davidge Fertilizer
of his claim and that said
proofwill
A party consisting i of Mrs. Fred F. Tay- port ==
Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal
be made before Judge of Circuit CD Building Stone, Cotton Seed Meal), etc., and AJapes and
lor, Grand Rapids, Mich; Mrs. M. J. Court, or in his absence Clerk of said .!::: .Wire Fencing, David'e'8 Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.

Pipfcer. of Berlin, ll!is.; and Mrs. S. H. Court, at Titusville, Fla., on April ICth, Et Slate Mantels JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.
'-'Pet of Savannah Ga., left for Jupiter 1890, \\z\ : William Crook, Haulover, Iron Mantels.

-oa the St. Lucie Friday night to pay a Fla., Hd. 11652, for the west of north- Orates. YOUNG ORANGE GROVE EDGAR HOUSE
} section 10 township 20 south ,
west
brief visit to Messrs. Taylor and Hathaway ,
Well located Indian
range 36 east. on River; paying
who are enjoying some fine fishingat He names the following witnesses to net 10 per cent. now. Price,$3,000. Clowe to Indian Riser Inlet.

Jupiter inlet on the yacht Mackinac. prove his continuous residence upon, Bargain. Answer quick. FORT PIERCE FLORIDA.

A jolly family picnic was held on last and Watton cultivation and William of,said land atton,viz,of:Olifton Henry, ADDRESS, BOX 216,TITUS''ILLE.t Fish, Oysters and Game bythe I

Saturday, Washington's birthday, at 01- Fla.; Gustarus Nolle Titusville, Fla.; Millions. Boats, Wagons and Buggies -
.eander Point by the Lapham families, of Charles H. Nauman, Clifton, Ffa. .. I Schooner, MANATEE, to take Tourists hunting orfishing.
Merri t'8 Island. They crossed the riverin ALEX. LYNCH, J. W. ZELLERS, Master. ,

the yacht Restless and Mr. Lapham'listeam 45 Register. And all kind of TOln!', Hearth,, Wire Mate and This 28-ton Yacht can be chartered .. Good Road from here to 1
in fact anything made of Wire Iron or any kind of the Gulf Coast.
for all and down
points the
launch, Curlew. Since Col. Wade Many PersonsAre Stone. up river, on 1t
bad Oleander Pointso beautifully cleaned broken down from overwork or homeholdcares Send for Catalogue at the tame time stating the the coast, or to the Bahamas. I have Lots and Houses to sell in t
stylo of gonda tuned ot:
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