The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
January 17, 1889


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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FLA., THURS.DAYJA1"V.17, 1889. NO. 39.

f 311ms.Jfr. N ')Ir. E. C. 1
Culpepper of Sanford Fla.
Version. Ankoim.
r" Conner Carn is spending a few day visited Cocoa during the last week. Editor Fla.Star: Worth. ..

f.'. in The Peachtrees are in full bloom at Mr. DEAR SIR-The local in last issue Mrs. Lucas and daughter, of Balti- LAKE WORTH, FLA., Jan. 5th, 1889. -
your have
more, taken their winter resi-
f .,and Mrs. McCormick have gone to J. H. Powells,. regarding the arrest of the murderer. dence at Eden. up To make a noise in world is the

F spend a while at their cottage at Titus-, Mr. B. Hoerger, of X. Y., has come to- William Gaskins, is so totally devoid of crowning ambition of many people;

t rule.F live permanently at Cocoa. He is a Ger- truth, and conveys such an entirely I John B. Beach, of Melbourne, madea i that, with the prospect of a supper anda

man by birth and has sent for his wife I pleasant visit to the ridge, this week. dance at the Cocoanut Grove House
Mrs. Cam, mother of Mrs. W.B. Ham. wrong impression of the facts, that I He the Sabbath ,
passed the of
daughter to join him here. guest brought together of the inhabitants -
trust will accord many
from Island you me to
arrived Saturday space put
mood grove Mr. C. E. Chaffee. The writer acknow-
Mrs. C. A. Tallin of Fairland the matter before the of Lake Worth on New Year's
afternoon to spend a while with her Ind., is public in its correct -
ledges call.
; cosily fixed in her little cottage for the win- form. In the first place I desire to a pleasant day, for the annual shoot. It was very

daughter. ter. We regret to hear of the death of her say most emphatically that I had no Mr. Will. Tancre is expected daily I rainy lowering, and not very seasonable

Mrs Harry Roberts returned Saturday husband which occurred about two months -communication whatever-by wire or from Titusville, bringing his mother i day, but they all mustered, to pepper

from pleasant visit to Mrs. McCormick ago. otherwise-from Mr. Titus relating to from Montgomery, Ala. the target. Captains, Ned Brown and

Titusville. Messrs. J. Lapham, T. P. ""allace" Mr. the arrest of the murderer, or on any I An immense box,weighing 400 pounds, Charlie Pierce, chose sides, and the fun

We are pleased to welcome home our Fairfield. Hildreth and Miss Alice Fair- other subject. My first communicationwith delighted the hearts of Saeger Bros on began about 4 o'clock. 'Twelve on a

friend, Mr. !I. Y. Jones. He arrived field came over to Cocoa on Tuesday, in the that gentleman was an abusive at- 'New Year's Day. The neighbors have side, two- rounds each, distance 100

Wednesday.Mr. neat little steam reason to the skill yards. All used Winchesters from. 38
launch "Curlew" owned tack by him on the streets of Titusville, appreciate culinary of ,

R. I. Herndon arrived: home last by Mr.\ Lapham and Mr. Wallace. after I |had taken Gaskin up there, their mother, residing in Allentown, Pa. to 50 calibre. Some shot from the knee,

reek after quite a stay in Southern Mrs.L. R. Hover has returned from Jacksonville when he so far forgot the dignity of his plendid growing weather' ; gardensand some lay down,and some laid goose-eggs.

Georgia. and brought with her, her nephewMr. office as to twice take off his city mar- trees show encouraging symptoms. Score: Ned Brown's e eighteen ahead.

Mr. L. K. Myers arrived home from Sandford Hover. He had the yellow shal badge for the purpose of licking me, Baywood Cottage boasts of the finest Capt. Ned Brown, Robert Cook, and

Savannah, where his wife has.been quite fever last summer in Jacksonville, and has as he termed it, taking care however on onion bed on Indian River. Come, and Benson Lyman each making nine out ofa

Thursday of last week. We are pleased now come to the lovely Indian River to both occasions that a friend was near to see. possible ten; the rest of us nowhere.

t3: learn that :\Ir Myers is improving. get "fat and rosy" on wild ducks, fish and restrain his ire, and hold him thus pre- Mr. and Mrs. R. Richardson of Blairs- They did us up brown, for we could not
pure air. venting him from getting hurt. My con- town, la., are welcome visitors with their pierce the target as often as they did.

Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrove, of Chicago,111., I take pleasure in adding the follow- nection with the matter was an entirely daughter, Mrs C. E. Chaffee. Result-we is had to pay for the supper.It .
reported that
Mr. Burtus ing list of names of those who have secondary one. I being the last man to certain parties in the
: du-
friends of are visiting Minis.Cocoa. Mr. B. A. Circle has quit the turtle malicious endeavorhj
join the who arrested Gaskins bankrupt the
1- ring the past week kindly promised aid posse ,
business in this vicinity and gone landlord and eat $lSiTVorth
for the sidewalks of Cocoa. Dr. "Oscar just as they were embarking. Mr. upriver of watermelon
The strawberry beds at Cocoa Mitchell with his boat, the Osceola, to engage cake developed several .
are Wild" Schofield will give two day's work not being able to leave his official cases
bite with blooms. (or the money to pay for the work), Capt. duties long enough to go to Titus- in tourist transportation.Mrs. of sporadic hog-cholera before morning.

Capt. Covar, is busy hauling lumber B. A. Circle-two day's work, Capt. W. ville with the prisoner, that duty devolved Miller has just returned after an Dancing began; at an early hour, with a

from LaRoche's wharf at Courtney, to B.Spiers-two day's work, Mr. Harry Eyer upon me, and I was there met by absence of fifteen months spent in Michi recess at 10:30 for supper, when it was .

the Peck House at Cocoa, to which an I -two day's work. Mr. Harry Thrall-two Mr. Titus, who notwithstanding the fact gan.The resumed with energy, ending at 3 a. m.

addition is being added. day's work, Mr. A. I. Moore-one day'swork that Judge Jones had told him very tourist and land prospector is First class music was furnished by the
I cx-I
Mr. \\". A. Nichols-one day's work., plicitly that he could not interfere again in the land. May his number in- Hypoluxo band. C- W. Pierce cornet,

Quite a party came down from Marion, Mr. Joines -one-half day's work-in hauling my care of the prisoner, undertook to crease, and may he bring his wife, his (who can toot better than he can shoot),

Ohio, last week, and will spend the winter ,rocks for the walk, Mr. A. J. Wein- get him from me by force of bluff and mother-in-law, and all his other relations Guy 31. Bradley first violinist, Lewis E.

months at the pretty home of Mr. berg-two dollars in cash, Mr.J. II. Powell the exhibition of a huge: horse pistol.In I with him.Eugene. Bradley violoncello Cotillions, schottische -
T. P. Wallace, at Merritt, Fla. Among work. I < waltzes and the lancers
-two Messrs. windingup
day's Jarvis and Da- this he signally failed and contented Woillard and wife ,
those who arrived we noticed, Mr. and vies will lay the sidewalk in front of the himself with abusing me in his favorite for Jupiter this week. departed' with the Virginia reel. Geo. Lane-

31rs. T. P. Wallace, Miss Jennie Wal- 'Delmonico," without expense to the side- style from the dock. I afterwards de- OCCASIONAL... hart floor manager and caller, takes the

.bee Miss Alice Fairfield, Mr. Fairfield, walk committee. The sidewalk commitee livered the prisoner into Sheriff Bow- cake every time in that line. The ladies

Mr. and Mrs. Burkholdcr. consists of Mr. E. Stiling, :Mr. A. A.Taylor, man's charge for safe keeping until ar- Auraiftia. "God bless em," were out in full force,

The Osceola is in dock being nicely Prof. W. H. Peck and Mr. Sam Ch'ilds. rival of Volusia County Sheriff taking Rev. Father O'Boyle, of Titusville, was handsomely dressed and as gracious as

Several others have promised to give sub- in town on Tuesday. Princess Alexandra. Miss Violet
fitted up as a plc.isuro-boat by her owner from him the following rcciepts endorsedon

' Capt. B. A. Circlo He with Messrs. stantial aid, and their names will be added the affidavit of capture which had Capt. Peter A. Myers was in illhealthfor Quintessence DeJokakKlub wore agauzzy -

Ed King, Douglas and Will Spires, have next week when we know just how muchto been made before Justice. "Received sometime past. We are glad to see robe of hemi-demi-semi diaphanous .

expect from them. The concert and him around etherialite, cut low,so low in fact that it
just come up the river from Fort Pierce, ofW. J. Nesbitt the man, William Gads- again.
where they spent some weeks in turtle "Pink Ball" spoken of last week has been den (or Gaskin) described herein for Mr. Hopkins and daughter, of ,Orange just cleared the top of her Louis Quarto

Wing and fishing. They captured : postponed, but will take place at no very safe keeping until arrival of Vblusia County City, Volusia county, are the guests of slippers. It was trimmed with passa-
distant date, and due notice of it will be
ninety turtles, and salted down two barrels Sheriff" whom I will deliver him up. Jas. Mr. A. S. Dickinson.The menterie cut ou the-bias. The overskirt -

of mullet, and say that their stayuasas given[ so those who care to come may make E. Bowman, Sheriff{ Brevard Co. Sheriff Rev. John T. and I I of cream colored cheese cloth/bordered -
arrangements to do so. The young ladies Huntington son, : with
successful. Bowman took charge of the prisoner very decollate lambre-
pleasant un
as who will the of Hartford, Conn. called Mr. Edward
come to ball will be expectedto on
der the terms of this receipt and deliv- plaues with
The in dresses while neck- S. Quimpy on Tuesday afternoon.
; splendid brass bell which was appear pink pink sheath-knife edgings and wood-
ered him to the Deputy his arrival ,
generously donated by; Mr. and Mrs. tie will be furnished to each young man up There was a progressive euchre partyat box pleats. The tout ensemble too
I therein. As was
next day agreed toourauthority
Getman of New York who takes part in the ball. as Mrs. Anna
Troy, though R. Dickinson's
Monday much too further
for acting in the matter, I deponent saith, not, .
p their friends, Mr. and\ W. II. Peckto 1- evening, at which all seemed pleased.Mr. May we live another ?
that Mr. Mitchell had him- year
may say put
the St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Iliclllourne."And .
self in communication with the Daytona Henry S. Thompson's fine two- RUTIIYEN. -
I <.ofCocoa, Fla., arrived a"few days ago, the rains descended and the story residence, fronting 22nd ,
authorities, and we knew long before Mr. avenue, ITo
I. and will be mounted as soon as the necessary winds blew." Such was the record for is progressing rapidly toward completion. False. Friends.. .--
Titus that there reward offeredas
was no
I. : fixtures and arrangements are the greater part of last week. However, the Star: -, :N
will be shown by the following telegram
f made and placed in position. The bellis ; no lives were lost, no disastrous floods The Orange Market. False friends 1 who's had them not

a most welcome as well as handsome and no property damaged. received the day of the capture. The following is reported by Mr. G. S. Who's never had the pain ..

pftandMr. and Mrs. Getman will be DAYTONA, FLA., Jan. 2nd, 1888. Par, wholesale commission merchant, tf learning that his love so true, :?
County Surveyor Burchfiel has com- Was given all in vain. >Y
To A. J. Mitchell Mcco Ua.
k remembered most pleasantly by all who pleted the survey of the lot sold by R. 16G Reade street, K Y. Who has not felt the sting so sharp?

i hear the joyful chimes each Sunday.Mr. W. Goode to Mr. and the "Hold William Gaskin who is heavily NEW YORK, Jan. 11th, 1889. In his fond trusting heart
Esq., Henry
1 pockmarked, stands six feet high. No The receipts of Florida oranges con- Of learning that the one so loved, : "-

r A. J. Baugh, who has the largest land of :Major Graves. reward offered as yet. I shall lay the tinue light, yet equal to the demand,andas His friend, bad loved him not. ;c_ '-

I banana: patch in South Florida, stopped Mr. C. T. McBride has bought two matter before the County Commissioners foreign fruit is now beginning to arrive When first this comes, how we rebel I'','" "'

at. Cocoa Friday and Saturday with a acres from 3Ir. Downey, which he proposes and the Governor. Let me know if the and will soon improve in quality, We struggle 'gainst our fate 1 ;'1.'

i. large boatload of bananas. He said to turn into a first-class orange prisoner you have corresponds; if so will it therefore seems advisable to forward But Our when love we has must turned believe to hate.'tis true, --,:;: Inother

1 that the frost and cold winds of two grove. I send Deputy Sheriff, immediately an- all russets immediately and reserve I".\ time, still loth are we !!

\ leeks ago had damaged to some extent swer. To accept our idols) fall, ...
bright fruit for later market.
Via trees, but not enough to hurt thempermanently. We omitted, last week, the notice of J. A. II. P. Botefuhr.J. a Fancy And when we know 'tis surely so, .
the fruit, in sound condition, is selling at
arrival at Mr. Charles Stewart's P. We trust no man at all. ; "
$2.50 box; other grades, $2.00 to $2.25. .
' home of little he
a daughter-as says, I think Mr. Editor the foregoing off the .
y But time
wears sharpest points, { ':,
Mr. M. V. B. Ives, of Pottsdam, N. the girl of :Melbourne. Pa Stewart cer- Russets are worth $1.75 to $2.00 a box. :: ,
proves pretty clearly position in the I We trust again, once, thrice;
x Yn who bought the Kennedy: grove last my The market offers no encouragementfor And for times
tainly has reason to be proud of her. yet again many ,
matter and that the valient city marshal
February, has returned to the Indian shipments of either Tangerine or The deceits do not suffice .*..
Mr. Stewart father of "the little United States Deputy Marshal Deputy To trials for
River drug- Mandarin stop our a ;
\ and i_ having his place carefully oranges, the supply being very
: gist," has been spending a few days: here, Sheriff, etc., Mr. Howell Titus did not Though ev'ry trial il in vain ,..
j forked and put in order. lIe,has thir- heavy and scarcely any demand. Tangerines Each time we rally and resolve :
and is much with the and take prisoner from As there .
pleased place my me. .
ty-two acres and one thousand orange are worth $4.00 a box, and Mandarins We'll try just once again. ..'J .
its surroundings, its improvements and was no reward on the man's head it is
trees, seven hundred of which are in $3.00 to $3.50. -
At times feel that all mankind
needless to sathat the Volusia Deputydid we
taring. The trunk of one of the orange prospects. New vegetables are doing well, and Is naught but selfish guile, .

,. tow. in his grove measures forty-eight Melbourne is certainly coming to the not paj him as your local would lead what few that are arriving find a ready And ne'er oh, ne'er again will we, .- '
.k the public to infer. Believe for all's wile
. niches and one-half in circumference front. Besides the advent of Mr. Stew- sale at good prices. a '- '
But the faith still lives ,
;', Very truly ours, happily
tad prolific bearer of the !golden fruit art's little girl and Mr. Lewis K. Smith's ,\1. J. NESBITT. Monthly Meteorological* i In ev'ry human breast, -
Golden in real truth when one learns big.boy, we have to chronicle the arrivalof I We still find one we will believe /
Melbourne, Fla., Jan. 17th, 1889. of Titamlle, Fla., daring the month of Dec.' found
that last season he got/$7.50 per box forbore j a little girl at Mr. W. H. Whiddon'sand 1883.f How e'erwe've the rest. ."}
) of his oranges from Duncan, the another great boy at the residenceof Notice to Christians.On FURNISHED BY THE C. H. BIG IAL OFFICE T Though all our trusts meet with deceit '. '

fruit commission merchant, of N Y. The 'I Mr.S.F. Gibbs. Both gentlemen seem Sunday next, being the second Mean barometer, 30.16G on the 1st. And Each time older'tis less to bear learnIt ; -.
a we we
ire of .l Ir. Ives is situated north of very much pleased, but if you wish to Sunday after Epiphany, the Archdeaconof Highest barometer, 30.41 on the 15th. does* no good grow to care. _

Cocoa[, on- a Inch bluff,.but is well pro- see a man smile all over, just call on Mr. Florida, Dr. S. B. Carpenter, will con- Lowest barometer, 29.68 on the 10th. So when we realize their guilt _".( ,'.>. '
of :
barometer .73.
toted by a wind-brake of tall pines, S. F.-pa-Gibbs. Wait till they beginto duct the service, and celebrate Holy Monthly Mean temperature range 56.7. To Though false anger friends sometimes tempts,. -*. .;
our we only give -
and palmettoes. He talks of buildIng pull hair, gentlemen.We Communion at the Episcopal Church, at Highest temperature, 75.3 on the 31st. Our pitying contempt. 1

I.for large hotel on his place as the site hear that it is proposed by Captain Cocoa, at 2:30 o'clock p. m, standard Monthly Lowest temperature of 32.0 on the 43.3.21st. NETTIE MAY GIFFOBD.. .; '*
stich range temperature,
a building is a fine one, and we .
Wilder of whose home is time.It
hate Chicago, near Greatest daily range of temperature,
no doubt but that the enterprise Malabar, to have a series of regattas- is earnestly urged that all commu- 22.9. "- Xotice. .r ,

JWd be a paying undertaking as this three in number; one to be sailed here, nicants of this church, and all sincerely Least daily range of temperature, 9.3. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida.. '.1<: .

!lirtion of Florida seems to be the fa or- one at Malabar, and one at Goat creek. penitent followers of Jesus Christ our Mean daily range of temperature, 15.2. Jan. 5th, 1839, #
ltestoppins Mean daily dew point, 51.8. Notice is hereby given that the follow
; place of all the tourists. able will avail them- t
The? first prize is to be an elegant gold Savior, who are Mean daily relative humidity, 84.6. log named settler has filed notice of his -

the steam: launch ordered by Mr. II. J. watch and there will also be three or selves of this rare opportunity of comingto Prevailing direction ot wind west. intention to make final proof in support of. .t 1

.1 ffitl from New York has arrived and is at four lesser prizes, the winner to win two the Lord's table. I Total movement of wind, 5,480 miles. his claim, and that said proof will, te made
Ia rh Highest velocity of wind and direc- before Judge or in his absence, the clerk of
*rf at The time is Before hastily ignoring the opportunity -
Courtney. Mr. Tiffiin is ex- of the three races. not yet tion, 29-S. E.-16th. Circuit Court, at Titusville, Fla., on March
&at his grove in a few days. He has definitely settled, but will not be far off.. let us consider calmly the untold Number of days on which 0.1 inch or 4th, 1889, viz: Alexander Forest, of Titus- .: ;- ;

I second artesiaif well sunk. It is on U. D'ONOUU. benefits and blessings to be gained to more of precipitation fell, 11. ville. Fla., H. E. 10219 for the lot 1, sec- ": "

1a. nn"*.orange grove, and the flow of water 1- ourselves and neighbors by casting off Total precipitation, 9.03 inches., tion He 1, township the 20 south, range 35 casL', .. -

ts good as that obtained last week -Our feelings of embarrasment and Number of clear days, 12. names following witnesses '
e: on fish merchants are working night any any- prove his continuous residence upon an T
Number of fair 8.
Ot'er grove, and of which but love for and days, cultivation of said land viz
'hl 1St we wrote and day. Messrs Oliver & Co. shipped thing our neighbors Number of cloudy days, 11. : ,

week's STAB.A 5 2 bbla of mullet_ yesterday, and, Hamilton enemies, and act as our true conscience Dates of frosts light: 22np,killing 21st. Jackson Brack and Revels Butler, George Campbell Hunt,'of Andre'r Haul- e

:r.J: Blauvelt. of Osteen, Fla., & Q's. sloop, Emily,has arrived with dictates in accepting this most glorious H. B. HEBSEY, over, Florida. .-. !:

Ec pPed fo Cocoa for a few days. I a large load of assorted, fish. privilege. .. Observer, Signal Corps... 39 S. a TTCKZB, Register v,"

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2 THE 'FLORIDA :STAR, THURSDAY. JAN. 17. 1889, f, .

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announces that the l>rgstrfte 'cf foal L. 'C.: OLIVEfe. F. T. EDGE
-.- Duluth has to end.The '. '. ,
OF 1'Hg' WORLD.' han leis at come
men refused to be assessed for the OLIV-ER & E1JDGE.
and halh'and S
t }Jens of hiring speakers ,
The to'test for the republica : >onit .- were compelled to meet in the open aiLiTot -. r

rial fcouoinaiicn in De a\\are is bee in n; night it was decided to discontinuethe Dealers in
animated., strike and to apj'ly for work at the

'j4 There has been a steady the reduced rate.

'.. value ,of Standard oil stock d. rngtta; Prince Nicholas of Mon enpgro has .. GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

lastsixno'iths. produced at the opera house at v. tinge. ,

,The Ohio supreme court has decided svcra'V.aof his: o\- n consi; Ii .ion nti-
that foreign .railway tocks in that sta-;* tled .'lhe Czarina of the Balka f?. The '
are subject to taxation.At plot and situatio :is of the play are very SHINGLES AND 'LATHS.

: New York GusUv Simo shot ar.d8eriou5'y I exciting. ,

.' his luiue injured t levy e an n s official me b"tJ v.hovenc ds.f t.- I buiidiugs.A: threat Loss hre\epor$.f.
f that tLe repub icon majority Geinian: authorities ha\e fo.bitl'.cn the
It is tl.o ght
I! Illiads :legniatur l will reelect circulation by post in Geitt'any of tho
in the
Cut 0 a without opposi I Intransigeant. Henri Hochcio!" ';:' Paris Tinware and
tion.: injtor paper. Kochefort declares that hi.. flattered Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Crockery.

by the action of the gov ,
Jacob Bird.has ,u.t beou released from ernment.
S' : the Minnes ,ta i e..itea-tiarv: afar berv.-ng Aiw
ten: vyars. ft r a criiue which his dyi g W. E. Bryant is under arrest with in Chat insetting P..A.XrJTS ; ciRefrigerators ,
Tenn.. charged aion
brother: has confessed that he perpe tanooga

trated. I one or tw fire o deaths to the occurred huropean irom LOlel.s the lire, Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
Golf. f West Virginia: is ,
GUVI r'lt.r < if the charge of arson is sustained ha
in his contest i: bef re
confident of success
will also bo tried for litH er.I .
the :leis ature. and bc.i-ve. tl-at: the repub'icuac Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
_ >i'gre-saien-e cot wi 1 be gin :1crtiticatc'3 \\ i.liain T. talk's family, near Matson, ,
I U..ate rough; on rats in a pie by mi.-take,
>, At Ilarrodsl-urg! :::;., J. C. fafa.. I I brat vi'l' re<'o er. POWDER AT mw YORK PRICES.
; >.. tally stabbed A. J. oba'ds lecause the :ohi lsuiti, a New Yo-k 1-cotbiack,
latter nfiued to trea-. killed Ai.tonio Gascano, als3 a boot- I

r:' The L.hio de egation in the house has blac; *;, by cutting his throat. TIT U S V ILL E-, FLORIDA. I
Six inches of sn6\v have fallen throughout __m' I
its solia to Jajor Mc- -
pledged support -
\Viseonsin: pineries, and the lumLenren I SUB--TROPIOAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS
Kin.e.for. the speakership.Hon. TROPICAL AND ? r
: J. N. Hutson. chairman of the a.e happy in < ons: '<.;\une.Eilly The president has approved the bill,to:, Egyptian Queen Pine Slips. :
; Indiana republican ( ominittee. ha- gone : -.ndrews was ac.juitted at Ash- incorporate' tlC! American Historical as- ,

: to t.orid.i lor his lualth. .and, ris., of the murder of his mistress, f ociatin.: I INDIAN RIVER N"t7RSERlKs.

The ct nstitutiun3l ty.oi the Scott Chinese and yet diet.the citizens are indignant o;er the The ice outside the sea walls thick of and the I: Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.
exclusion act of Octo. er i, IS'-tt: harbor of Odessa is! seven r
: uid bs tested'in the United! taxes supreme For whipping Miss Showers, one of extends ten miles out to sea. I I CATALOGUE MAILED FEEE. TERMS CASH.
his pupils S. L. Davis: a teacher, n*ar branch of the Primrose league con-
court. A
Marion. 0.. was arrested for assault and JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Paver Nurseries, East 3Ielboiinu, Fla.TITUSVILLE. .
It is i said that the democratic national servati e association, has been eatibliSh-1 __ u _
couKuit.eo stiL*+t TC3 large sums of moneyto battery ed at lIa warden, Gladstone's:
\ privat individuals in different partsof :: Tho will of the late CaltanY: Jliam '.!.he sectetary of the Iowa state agri
S. Adam-, of Kingston, gives lX'5UU! ; to estijuatos ths value of cultural society
''. Delaware The three s strongest nator.hip candidates are George for ,the Yo the to the Boston Boston Marine Pilot *-t-o-ioty-iety.: aDd $''; \,OOO at the about farm!?products 1S5.000OOU.of that state in 1883 o I 1 0 OFF I 0 i

Mass:; Anthony.iiggTii! and George A lii patch from i.omo :ass: It is The New Hampshire consstitutionaj::
H. Tivat. A repuUic; will be elected. stated that Mr. Glad: u n.'c, recent letter convention has rejected an araendmelit
the Totten- with refer nee to tl o ition oi' the ding for annual instead of biennial iIiT.1U .
The eiction of nants on p10v I I :
pope WU part of a :TO i etlort on session f the FL TTERED
ham estate, lOnt.Vlcklow.. Ireland, v legislature.
th that Mr. --- -
was accomplished without le istance, in foot to persuade \-jn 'Ihe Norwich: Conn., National: bunt, of TEN
Uladsto-. if return a uovir.. wouid By the Selling Qualities :t
compliauc:* \\'ith entreaties of the priests incoi :i'rated in 1T Nand: having: capi- '
-.UlOp all cungres* to settle OFF I DISCOUNT and alltd rer Cent. ;
promo.e.n PER
:. Lr.; John Nyer, a dentist of Ha- eton. is.' t twcenuh' und tal or .;2iO.OCO, voted Tuesday to go intovoluntary my
the t \\lHioa: ue C" }b\!
Pa., shot and killed ids wife and then the }'all'tilllt".lthcr.worle: )-, liquidation March 15th. 10 OFF ready Low Prices I have concluded h.

committed buioide. Tilt deed was evidently ,... e.upo.c.i.y Harris I The Princss of Rohian-Chabot has run oft' my entire remaining Winter _
double tmu-Mc by husband Pari and living at
premeditated left her at
a $
n mal liuene. of i lee.:' er aterer 10 Stock on the same basis,and I th'
the i octor and his \vifr. : a i otel. The princess was formerly: an
In the United S aces court at J ouisvilif stre uboul s.:wo New hun York le :, went to the i n a n.:tuk.-nib r because of- I I American girl earned Hey ward, daughter OFF I :slightest doubt that so great a saving t(. 10 I'er Cent -;

ho' ., ..ul1.;o ,-a,'6t on decided that tine En:a"cu' ed to pay the sale of a New \ or eDivorce comes my customers will have the desired re- 10.. aYl"1

the intv rs ae! tomtriissio: can only ar i- of wages: o V ed by the feathtr voikers I' next. 10 OFF ! 3ults.

trate diaeience, unt1" has no right or :ICIM.:: Ali worl .i, nt a stand ?t.U, and A dispatch from New Y rk says: WmK. AM
..,. .;.. authority; to enforce its decisions. '., ris not an emplove to be .een in the Fetter, father f Wm. K. Foster, jr., 10 THE FINEST )
At Rutland, Vt., the storm: Monday, srab'.i:i huHl1cmb: -rs of the nrm re- I who robbed the produce exchange gratuity FUnSISHIXGS at the Lowest Irices. lu 01f Ii a f 1t.\-

I with Pain and sleet, was extremely f,4.s. to say anything; about the troub'es. I fut'd tome time sine: ot j.. ,....:,..i and: OFF ! with an additional Cut of 10 Per Cent. Not Mou-l.r :l.

vere. Hcge trees were brok.n down CharlesrHliams., oi' Del l lios. O,. w;.s I then decaujped forpans unknown sent is
'. and a ;urge number of telegraph poles arre ted for staling:? from \Ym. Long a check for ;?v0;:) , pr J&tratHt. It was found that the ice on and was tined; Pico: and costs and gh en I gratity fun:!. In a n -te enc ').-ea the odgenticma that attracts the thoughtful and sets the

;< .some of the poles weighed over our ninety days in the. toneyard.Toni 1 .* said that; he had itrended tj 10 indifferent to thinking. \Iy Stock is fur I" f ft

tons.Joo: I ..Fota track walker on tho divide his fortune among his children superior in every way to anything offenl1 l OFF
Gilmore and ai unknown man. Southern r\ ad. was struck by a train at I and had concluded to give his erring OFF .I .t '. n !'.
\ Liikd son's share to the gratuity: fnnd as a in this market.
and I
both colored, were ruii over tUt
while escaped
Mcho.asu. ie sleep ..\I.I.
by train* mar Birra,ngham; and John with a crushei foot and three scalp partial payment for his boy's stealings. -
Urittln and L harle- .warun. both colored, I
quarreled about a won-an, in that city The Deav.-are legislature has adjourned A. P. JIcXEIL'. D., J.. JBXR.. ::B.A.Urd9
and Martin snot and tilled (:rin.n.
ovt r t ) Monday, and th,' raem ers FLORIDA.
The Norwich \. vonu national: bank, have diP ersed to their homes The senatorial Offers his professional services to the .

uncurl orated in 18.k., and hiving a capi- caucuses will be held Mou aynilir. people of Titusville and surrounding __ n -- iClyde's -
tal of ';--,"'Ov. at the annual mee.iu.: of Sixteenrepublican u'.embers country. Medicine and Surgery practisedin '
c sto khodl'r8.: oted to go into roe States nta!y stand as follows, according;: to th- best all of its branches.All New York Charleston Florida S. S. Line. ;1
under the '
liquidation obtainable information: i or Chart s calls left for me at Grand View ,
; banking lairs on larch .1.', io::.0. Te; Treat, sic: votes; George Y. Massey: five: Hotel will be attended to promptly.) oG The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed top as follow
vote wa unanimou N. B. Smithe'S: three: Anthony Higgins (Standard Time.)
On a far.a i ear.lmrles'o!\. S. C., lilt one, and Itev. J. S. Willis one,
Houston a negrc .,uar.eled with hi, The lines have been drawn so tightly; Oak Laws Souse From Jacksonville: to New York.

'employer. Mr. lliiir "o .nou, about his that no change is looked for betweennow : SEMINOLE,..................... ..........................Thursday, January Srd, f;:".! :, r

,, wages Houston knocked, Mr. Johnson Johnson and Monday. CHEROKEE,............................................... u 10tII, 11:1: zj:; t t131st t
fourteen soot -
down.seized A his father and shot Ho-s- IROQUOIS...................................-..............Sunday, 1 0"' 1. m r r8EIIXOLE
; Fla.:
ton. killing him instantly.gun MARKET REVIEW Lake Vortli, Dude County, ,...............................................Thursday, lisp, .:'$' a. CJ i I IIi
The coroners jury investigating the Cotton Futures -and Quotations- on Wheat New House and Newly Furnislled.Rooms CHEROKEE,................................................Sunday, 2ftth, :: I"t&h .

terrible affair at the jail in Birmingham, Corn, Pork, Lard, ..t,... From Leading single or in Suites. IROQUOIS: ,..................................................Thursday, : :!- 1'a v

Ala., made two repo.ts-that of four deciding Trade ( entree.ATLANTA !. SEMINOLE,...............................................Sunday, 2\1., la"":... p. r :.
that the bhooting was unlawfully NEAR THE INLET. CHEROKEE,...............................................Thursday: Sltl, ... a. c t
done and the other two justifying tho Qa., January: 11. IROQUOIS,..................................................Sunday, February 3td, I 1..

order of the s1leri* The case is njw be- Opening and }..) ; quotations of cotton futures From Fernaiidina to New! YorkDELAWARE ,I

fore tho grain 1 jury. in New York to-day: Best View of Lake and Ocean ... ................... January 6ib, *...cF L
At tho door of a colored Methodist Opening Closing ,..................... ... Sunday, I
church .abteville co mty, S. C., ou V&January............... 9.CJf&( 9.72." .. y.62 YEMASSEE..................................................... 13th, 3..* r E: ,

SunJay evening, two colored youths, February March.. 9.wa 9.77
Pinckney loyd and C ornehus LJawden, .lOUJift: .. 9 04 a 9.25 Lake Worth. YEMASSEE...................................................... 7th. S.gas v. c ,

had a quarrel, when Floyd drew a knife tiby... .............>.14 ....... .....101' !J. ...... .. DELEWARE.................................................... .' February 3rd 7:'.' pt
June............... ....13.2"*& .10.15 r
and cut Lawden's! throat killing him in 1 July ............... ..lO.SOa . .lO.5MftlO.22Aupust Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks! For Jacksonville.Cherokee
a few minutes. Floyd was ailell. I .10.13 .'. ..10.38( 10.29 r
.. It is said that he man Klein who isI I September J.C6.9.08.. 9'rlia 9.94ktob.r and Tropical Growth, both (via Charleston: ), Friday,Jan. 4th, 3: p. m I Iroquois,via Chark.tony.1'rI4.,. JM. 14._ ,r.*
& Sth, 3 | luioole (direct) To .dair. lM. My -- : a
{ direct January m
( Tuesday
said to have led the Mataafa adherents November....... ...... ct .t. Wild and Cultivated.Try Iroquois Seruiiiole (viaCharleston.Friday) ) Jan. llth. 3 p.p. m j Cherokee (via CIarlea4sn}, Fxfttay.3A' D .
against the German sol ie.xs,in b'amo<\. is December . ((it. .. .- .- (&. us once and you will come again. Cherokee direct.- -- ,, Tuesday, January 15th 3 p. m |I Iroquois (direct), Tnt Ba4, -rS. wl t' at
J. G. Klein, who left San Francisco three: Clo'.ett Wi a't. Sales 4'3' (.100. Spots mM :; 'F-ern .
months ago for Samoa as a newspaper' dhn9-: <: itnejptS 190,4U7; exporta 139,4:O; ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. For dine .. t\
.- correspondent. Klein formerly did stock 8:4.5:1. Delaware, (via Charleston), Tuesday.. Jan. 1st, noon I Yemassee, ?m .: 9
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Yemassee; '4 l th, 3 p. xu I Delaware,
work in C
newspaper cago. Chicago l\luket. Delaware '. '. .' 15tb 3 p.m | k

Alton Carty, one of the prop ietorsof Pianos & For Information Regarding :Freight and Paji:age aI"fiI1-
the Frederick, jT d., Times, was ac- CHICAGO 111., January 11. Organs -
x .' costed ana publicly cowhided in tho Opening G"o.iuh, J. A. LESLIE. Agect.t Jacksonville; T. ,G. ZGIK, Traffic Ilaragcr 34* BreaAwajr: ,N.w]stet :

office of the Carlin House, Monday night, Wheat.FebruKry .... ....." .... STEAD Agent I'ernandica. tJackccnvi F. X. i 05Mi>s'.n. i'
Joseph D. Barker, president the March.. ..........._. .. ..........-.- JOHN HOWARD, Gen. Florida Traveling and FreightAgen,
by .. ..........(:.3 G. F. P. A., Jacksonville.
.1.04 New Vwi. .......
Citizens bank of Frederick on account May WM. P. CLYDE & Co., GeD'l.Agents, b5 :Broadway ."

of a !letter to a Baltimore paper in which: Corn.Februiry........ ... 3t4n.T. .. :-11.;, If you want to purchase a ----' -

Darker was mentioned. March ........ 45 ..8.:) Piano or Organ, writo to the undersigned sPOTTER
The of Abe Humph ties May :ioJj.1. ';}
tore ,

in Oxford. Ala., was destroyed by tire February rk. ........ ......13.a2 ...... .. .. 13.!5 or give him a call. & J
Monday night. On the same mglu the March.-.- ......... ....-.- Can sell you any of the instruments ,
:;! town of Newton, Dale cm.ln\AJa., was May.1353 ........ ... 13.-0 Foreign ami Doiui\siie.
almo entirely destroyed b- fire. The Lard. of the best and lead-
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hotel and six stoien were completely ueFtro March February. ............... ing makers at prices that defy r
;t ed, and the loss will run away up ;a !lby ...:. 7.b7i$.. ..........
; S the thousJiids.: The property was 01. y Kits. competition. SeIser! Bro Oomp'yAgents Dealers*i
rartially covered by insurance.A February.............. .6.97W..u.. 6.5;}! t Real Estate
..IU.. .... ..7.ilt l'
diit-alch from Pajissavs: : In the firfet May .

of two de-ballots uties.for M president 3leline lacked of the a sir chamber::c,en* Cotton-Markets.-- Pianos all. Dips sold on the Installment for Bishop, Iloyt & Co's Hammock FlHAY

majority. Clemcnceau and Audrient i eceived Land Florida Oranges, Lake Worth, Bade Co., lf l-:

an &}'llost equal number of ,vote. ATLANTA. Ga., Jan. 11.-Cotton firm middling plan whell irei DiscounttotectaonOnaiis 1 Citra, Florida.
On the third ballot Clenieuceau retired. &}6.GALVESTOO.
Jan. 11.-Gotten firm; middling
The old: vies president was re elected. 9 11-16; net receipts 2S24 bales; grd':!fi 2G24; salsa .
The chamfer adjourned until Thursday.; ion; stock 70,463; exports coastwise- the f
continent -; to Great Britain -. All correspondence will receive prompt I
John L Taylor, an attorney fo-nd SAVAXKAH, Jan. 11.-Cotton steady; middU g attention. J.
guilty of collecting illegal fees as a 93-16; net receipts 2643 bales; gross 2d49; sates COMMISSION' MERCHANDISE '
Uuited States pension age .t at Chic.ago.has 3200; stock 91.219; exports 'coaStwiAa -; to & BRYAN,
Britain to France--- to the continent
Great ; ;
been sentenced to one year hi the -. Titusville, Florida.

state prison.A ,Jan. 11.-Cot firm middling
Nsw ORLEANS : vvou I'I'A
national German-American prohibition 99-16; net ncelftts 7822 bales; Jross BS29; sales XOTICC. Ar'tosinn:

league was organized in t hicago. 25o to the;stock continent 373,2a;-extorts--; coastwise to teat..:....:.Btita\; to\France!) -; Sealed bids will be received by A. A. i Special Attention Given Florida Fruits.
Its object is to create a sentimen* amongGermanAmericans" -. Stewart, clerk of Circuit Court, down to I ,' ) I
in favor of a total ACQUCTA. Jan. 11. Cotton firm; ddlingS February 4th, 1889, for constructing abridge
: abstinence and legal prohibition. 9 S>i;net receipts 681 bales; shipments 1133; soled across St. Sebastian River accord- 23 N. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St. ,
,"< none; stock 23,967CfAStx.TON file in clerk's office. IRRIGATION COXTR10WK.Selieit .
Ii has teen discovered that tho Woo 1 ing to specifications on
Jxn. 11. Cotton thin middling
:, county natural gas pipe line, which co t S ; net receipts 1293 bales; gross; 1399; WM The -County Commissioners reserve the Philadelphia, Pa.
H'Ut c.htai-hundreds of U\O stock 29.850 coaitwlst0 the right to reject or all bids.
;:i,. Titbu. ) $ pOt ; ; exports any J .
Otn..dl J
:. dangerous lealcswhich the contractorwilf continent-. Witness IDhand and seal this 10th
s ; .. ; have to repair before tho city accepts LmarooL. Jan. 11. Cotton firm; middling day of January, A. D. 1SS9.v References-Seventh Nat'l. Bank Produce
5 7-13 Orleans 5i inks 12.0iv; )
upland : ; ULpltll
Nat'h Bank Mercantile
the work. .' [ A. STEWART ; TITISVIIXE,
speculation knd export 1000; r'csipta S5.COU: v '
:;', .- A uisratrh from Minnxirolij I i. Minn., Amarkan 29,100 Clerk.. : any Produce House Philadelphia.


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'.;. THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, 'JAN. 17, 1889. 3

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Dogged Violet's Footsteps. from here for one year for burglary and, have hived on their lit-.le capital until NOTICE.Six MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.

f larceny. During his incarceration in remained. Most of them have I will
t jail nothing :: weeks after date apply to H. C. Slarclc, Proprietor.Manufacturer .
.LOOOS, .1&n. 'J.--coiuini;>j>Ln of pending trial he made love to Eliza Fein living on a kind of ] prrldge: made the Honorable :Minor S. Jones County

Eminent physician __has been appointed Schultz, a domestic in the family of the by cookin frozen green wheat and oats, Judge of Brevard county. Florida, for of fine Havana and Domestic -
H-dward: itovrdeu and sheriff. stun"not fit to feed to a hog. One family letters of administration on the estate of
;.r:; to examine repoitas Serving out his time in the pen. Cigars. Trade supplied with fine
., to mental conditiorLRowdcfl he returned here and married Eliza ha1 not seen ant- o;r for SIX weeks.Nta Susan P. Russell late of said county, de hand m3de ood Orders promptly filled.

is the fello\\.who for years Wednesday night. The next day he got :ly ail wer: entirely out of our. ceased. All the kin and creditors, and, Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28

has bttn persecuting the Hon. Violet hold of goo Js his wife had managed to save The people have been diyid:ng with each other persons interested will therefore

.' Lane Fox. daughter of Lady Conyers. from her meagie earnings as a domestic! O'her their po atos. until now. tHey are take! notice.

'; : by writing her ieiters and follow ing her shipped the goods into Jackson county cone too. JAMES A. RUSSELL. s.F.; GRAY. ..

Iry' about when she appeared in public. and skipped.Ten Dated November 29th, 1SSS. _

1 '-, Rovrden or Ru-hons, by which nanie he Tapped Every Five Day:
XOTI E. Watch Maker and! Jeweller.Shop .
( is known among his: associates, nas ad years ago Jacob Bird was sent to .

1:" a rather strange career. the Minnesota penitentiary to terve a MONT.CELLO, III., Jan. 10.-ProbaUy In Cifcuit Court of the Seventh JmZiclfl, it John :. Dixon' Drug,Store.Titu.TitH }"b

'.' In t'*':'*- he was ad udica.ed bankrupt. lifetime sentence lor murder. Recently one of the rl03t remarkable,! ca->eon JP- Circuit of Florida, Bmanl County, ALL WORKNEWSPAPER v.nn.rEU.).
tie :hi lilt its being _.3,:>;,7, and the al Bird's brother died, and: confessed th: the
cord ia that of j'>;r. .1. Meredith! of this A. D. 1SSS. In
rsJ;; ;eged a:-i:es x p4. arer the &UIUL* ymr w .8 the murderer, and that Jacob: Chancery. '
h? n a* ommitted or obtaining i,3Jl was shieldine him. The governor h..s city, who his been a stifltrer ft cm ab. JAMES. PRITCIIARD AND 1 NA 1 AN'S

!. .-. fiom a tailor named Gene H. and '.;.;l."ifroui ; pardoned Bird. dominal dropsy for the la=t four ,\ear?. 'YILLr.U1.. BROWN,

;; John rdvrards by fal.e prctinces. Some time in the biter part of li: ? Mr.jrltredith Co-partners: trading under I : SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
r '. His taoihir paid 1vu to settle thpprosecution. A New Postal Law. the name, style or
;:: : In 1S&J he became to ill that a physicianwas I
S eom.ut.nied
'.;f ; to firm of THE Ixrn.tRIVEn THE PIOXECR AGCACY.For .
called and a fe'eeks later Mr.
,. :- the Hon. Miss Yio'et J
.-\ follow ane Bill for Fore-
WASHINGTON' D. C., Jan. 8. In the : BANK. J
< write her Meredithva tapped. and as a result terms and sample copies address
: Fox awl to to !n closure
senate, the house bill amending the four and a half gallons of water was vs. }
:d? : he
'une, >>. was cn< " and he H. B.MORTEN, wife of F. CIIAS.H.XAUMAN,
taken froui him. at once beganto
be estiain-ater police court With poi-til: laws so as to allow! the delivery of the saidF.
)1.IOI TE. .I
but he ha* been tappet 34
annoying' lonyeis and Jtr daughter improve Haulorcr P. 0. Brevard county'a Fla.
letters; not bearing regular stamp the i'-: and each M. MORTEN, J. H. ,
times during year at
: and he was bjund over to ;md two . .
and MARY P. --- -- -- --- -- --- ---
in JESOO the and and charging postage dues to he recip- tapping an a\e Ggeof two gallons of FOOTER, 1 1FOSTER.
-I" sureties default was im, Ii keep oned for peace o montb.. knt of the letter was passed.Ths water has been taken: from him f. r about J pyr? d % 885 Sold for Solid$104 Old. WalCb.FRBH
..' two and: a half tarrels in twelre months.He It appearing by the of James I Bed)S3 wstcfe ta pe
convicted : law is this
.;; InlS-tf he was at the CentralCriminal I a decided innovation in i I r.ff" &
, : ", .'tr,'," : court for libel Miss Lane is at ; recent being tapped evei the Pritchard one qf the above named complainants IMMtl. HeTJ ttoiktUttsaoc s..M.i
, upon country, but has always teen in CMC Both Udm
: opera.
atands the wdl. d
da &. t-e : operation that the said respondents are respectfully ,
Fox and tentenced to eighteen month I .1.1.. aa4 KtmtsT tU** wiik verlu
,.;" ticn in England, Fran r 1 and Germany is generaliv able to b > out and around at non-residents of the State of Flor- .>4 cue .f eq1l&1 v&lm..

..CI'i 1i.1 imprisonment.In 35ay of the same year he vas and oher foreign countries.: One effect his duty in two hours after rh. operation. ida, and that the said H. B. Morten and F. .r eaJti7 ODe l es-cnoa a MCW in.e Mck firtc.ubl I.-,

.":?; ,,,:. charged with libeling Miss Lane Fox by it will have will l.o that of doing away Mr. Meredith: is Iv years of at-: ana ao- M. Morten reside at 152 Main Street in torthffwha. His, (f eu Doiuehold Iarp ad nI-
FIay.; | cars to ba a very healthv man The of Cincinnati State of Ohio and -- ---- mples. Tk.M uotptcA M
: sending a telegram and wa again with a vast quantity of business in the Aotertaktnat each tapping the city well u U. watek. w. .mt
'f,.: bound over in two sureties of EojOO each, amount o: that the said J. II. Foster and Mary P. Peesd&ft.tyvivikDItb.m
dead Utter office as heretofore all mail is increasing.: that it will he Uow U *t* thy.why .
: necessaryto ia T> >""> for 3 Boatlu Md *
and himself in 1.411J to the Foster reside at Backbone Alleghany .
. keep peace Ire may k a!.calttd.they tMComa row Qw proMftr. .Tk *
: for MX months. 1.rom the year 11S.: i.i not b?t stamps have been subject to tap more ':uently. County, State of Virginia, and that the who writ at one ra b. sure of nciiair tM **atnd
fnI UI.
." I" l.-I down to the present time with the exception a delay of several weeks, and in many ----.---- ._---- said respondents are respectively over the Sample Ss Co.Wtjwiy. Box! all II.QrH"&.'..tL3ad.| Maiae.

:- :JIf' of the time he had been imprisoned cu es never reaching the endee. TO RENT OR FOR SALE age of 21 years. It is -therefore- hereby -.- -

he had peris.entlv followed the It ),> expected the new la .v will :slightly ordered that the said respondents: II. B. '893
.. Hon. Violet Lane 1-ot in the park, in ] reduce the postal: re\enue in uncaim- Morten, F. )L Morten, J. II. Foster andMary 1 SewIDIr.uaehheFRBH
the streets to private houses and hopi... A PlnST.eISRESTAURANT.- P. Foster do demurto
: td letters, bat the falling o>\ iu the expense : plead, answer or .o4goodswsth.p..pi. MU
The con ant pen-edition had affected. of conducting the general poot office the !said complainant's bill of complainton .ws will Mod eea tou ...
j peno1I tack locmlity o* ""nrth
.;-. the young lady considerably._. will partially onset this. or before the 4th day of February, A. .baa .. made ..
- -- -- wodd.wtth all UM$Ztoeasvta.
'; tjf Mr. Sherman introduced a bill to make I). 1889, or the said Bill of complaint will w.will al.o.eadfreea c BpltwUM

:; Eancroft Shocked. and alter the times and places for holding be taken as confessed, and the said complainants of oar. Iantuaw costly tad. rateable artuapUt.
atkttei7ikow &
)- '- elections for congressmen. Sherman Near llailroad Depot. allowed to proceed ex pare with what w. .... wk.
I call al,..boai..aad aft. S
" WASHINGTON, .Jan. 10.It is under. aid the bill was prepared by a gentle- The house contains large DininuKoom said cause. And it is further ordered thata 1 nay inoaik all BaU b.eoaM jvmr.wjroMTtr. .

;1UI" .. stood that the historian, Banroft, was m.ui thojoughly acquainted with the with Kitchen adjoinins. with all copy of this order be published in the mad afttr. Taia U. Blacer JTt>d*.
.. election laws in both the north and conveniences water etc. Also fourSlee'iug FLORIDA STAR newspaper, published in w hick bays nua eat patrau
,.f the .
, terriby! shocked by the ne-* > via &It wld io$03.wuk Lbs
I south, and it was based on the differentlaw looms said Brevard County, for four consecutive ... ud BOW eUa tae

>i : lejent ,lath of his old fcchoolmate at of every state, and he considered it 'Yi1l1JC rented furnished if desired. weeks prior to the said 4th day of February I i fM F RES'tUUM..w..1U01I.tk4 _...III..--All..I...

Harvard bamuel t\ell. The it could be made. The b.ll; D. I'1a1a.bri.f .
S>! two men as perfect as retire from A. 1839. nqvlnd.PT
wishes ..
The Owner to hutneUODa ...TBOM wkowriM 14 aal. ceaat
base ut'r.Jllllivl'd apart 1 political was referred. i chance the Witness A. A. Stewart, clerk of said eve flee tk* bed MwiJ&c-d Ia U. wwIi aad Lbs
g bu ines This is rood to
;. The house followed out to dayjs pro > > a and the seal of said court at the Oie.t ins otworks ofbIt5srt sm.bow.tOgItb.XII. .--.
., ly and toe ally, but to a man of Mr. Ban lligh-es right party. Address, XltUC as: CO.. Box 710, Ansiuta. Maln
gramme laid down by last caucus Court House in Titusville, in said Countyof
:i.: crolt's the (.0.1. h of a compeer is when motion to recommit the ob-
years a OWXEK, TITl'NYILI.E, IXA. Erevan!, this 15th day of December, A.
always more or l.ti-J unnervin;. He is novous: rule to the committee whence it ----- D. 1888. A. L. Hatch & Son,
emanated, was made, a vote \>as ordered -
now in his $Mh year. It is seventytwoyears DEALERS IN
since he and tho late ir. iewlireceive and the motion was carried' O to PARKER'8HAIR [LS.] Clerk Circuit Court

Mr. BALSAM -' --- ---.. --- -
*! their degrees at Har\trd. 117.All NOTIONS
Bancroft has eajojed an uncommonly the democrats voted for it. as did the popular favorite for dressing XOTICE.
color when ,
the Lair Restoring ,
Anderson of Kansas and Anderson
vigorous old a- e. but iii fuend-- are also : gray and prerenting Iandrutt. All persons having claims against the
agreed that he lu s tuKcn his last hor e- of Iowa. It cleanses the Ecalp, stops the. estate of Benjamin C. Willard, late ofBrevard
Lair failing and 13 sure to please.tOe. Hardware Crockery Saddlery.!
Lack: ride although u i* only a year o: C I .and$100 at Druggists.HINDERCORNS. County, deceased, are I hereby ,
to sin e he bough a new ttetd. and oulva From Wealth to Hunger. required to present them, properly Stationery, Family Medicines -

few months birue he took a lu-ader: --- authenticated within the time prescribedby Garden Set Js,

without the lgiite:: t injury. He ma. ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 10.-Mrs. The- 1ieztest.surest and best cure for Corns Bunions,&o. law, to the Honorable Minor S. Jones

not, tlUTi'fore, regard the agr eaient IIf resa Camilla Anderson died starvation Stops to cure.all pain.15 cents Ensures at I'rcgzitts.comfort to lixscoz the feet&?Co.ever. N.falls Y. County Judge of said: County or to the CHOICE GROCERIES,

hi friends in this respect. l ut there isfcmall at 228 Fa t Seventh street at *< o'dock undersigned or this notice will stand in
for doubt that l.e is ucne bar of and all indebted
? room last NOTICE., payment ; persons Hay, Cora, Mapes Fertilizers.
with hi* life task of history writu: ;:. night. to said estate are required to

Since )tr. Corcoran' death last year Mr. Four years ago Miss Theresa Mason, LAND OFFICE AT G.UXES\'ILLr.. FLOIIIDA, make immediate settlement with the undersigned. CITVPHILADELPHIA rO1\, ..LOn'I i}. .

e Baucro t envy the dust in tion of U-mg the beautiful daughter of ,the late John Dec. 29th, 1SSS. __-.--__ _-._ no. ._ __ -_ -- -_
the most uerabli among the M-ll Mason, the wealthy banker of Toronto. Xotice is hereby given that the following- LAURA E. WILLARDAtlminisratrix
known people Washington; The named settler has filed notice of his inten- of the estate of B. C.Villard. .
vigor may have: gone but the sweet s e I >vas married to Julius L. \ndert-on.: of tion to make final proof in support of his \ deceased. SINGER

rcnit and ihiriir.n.; dignity of his: .M : Kingston Ontario, against the vilieo of claim. and that said proof will be made be- Cocoa', Fla.. Dec. 4th, 1SS8. 33 WARRANTED 5 YEARS.

ago rema.n.: It i-i now neailv w l'1l1 I her parents, who m
\JI,; yeas ...wnce he wrote "Conscious of being ,I of society -\nderson was a wild cuit Court at Titusville, Fla., on March NOTICE OF IXt'ORPORATIOX."We LOW HIGH
near the shore of eternity, 1 \\ ait IbS'J. Robert Ran on, of Can- ARM, ARM,
1.21J.1D I man, who -eed: little money Cth; iiz : the undersigned, have this, first day
young ;
without impatience an'l without averal, Fla., H. E. 17490, for the lots 1, 2 of January D. ISM associated ourselves
will and few traits Character.. Mi i.; ,
1 of the hand which good
{. eckoning "' and 4 section 2D. township 23 south. range as a body corporate, under chapter "1039" I
summon ino to re t. Theresa' j aren:s dUowned hi r. and she 3S t.
ea of the Laws of Florida appro'"oougUit

and lur penniless: husband wer sent He names the following witne 5es to prove Sth, A. I)., 1SG3,and the amendments thereto -

Romantic. Theology.. adrift to bullet th:! world, nether: of his continuous residence upon and cultivation under the corporate name of the "In

them being able to earn a hvel.hood. of, aid land viz : dian River Orange Growers Association." xv

: NEW YORK, Jan. 10.-The secret marriage They hrot went; to Chicago and lat..:r to Arthur Franklin, of Canaveral. Fla. The principal place of the said association,

13J LvancjelUf .:. W. MeJooib to Jamestown, Dak., waeiv a ihild was Frank Klien, of Canaveral, Fla, Frank or company, shall be at City Point, Bre i1I Url ,
Miss 1 o un;;. a wealthy birl of he lxrn to them. Anderbon proved a worthier WilMn, of Canaveral Fla., C. 1 Honeywell vaN County, Florida. The general nature -

village of Flushing, has cieated a greatsensation. fellow, spending; most;: of his time at of Canaveral, Fla. and main object of the business to be j jt

Tho became generally the card !able, and last fall he deserted 37 S. C. TUCKER, Uegi ter. transacted by the said corporation, to be, 1tff 4Pt4tt7

story her. the broken-hearted wite was left -- to advance the general interest of the

known yesterda Two mouths'ag> entirely ce: ..titute, b,.t managed to reachSt SHERIFF'S SALE. orange growers: of Indian River, Florida,

IcComb arrived in Flushing and begana Paul on a ticket presented by a kindhearted Under and by virtue of an execution issued become members ot the said association, ;

I i series of revival meeting. Miss Youngwas i ail way man. 1-ora while he out of the Circuit Court in and for by corporation, concert and union of action -

one of his converts, and two weeks managed to eke out a scant livelihoodfor Erevan County, upon a. judgement lately 1 insure good handling, rapid shipments' en tf.
in the faith. The heiself and child as a seamstress, but recovered in !'aicount) wherein Henry transit of their products, and a fair and

.J.p..' ajo was consecrate were: successful, and the bince Christmas she: hold been doing noth- Bemheim and Gustave Kexinger, copartners highest market price obtainable. The : J
meetings: very
", people of the town gave McComb much ing. *he lived in rooms in a block and as Bernheim, Kexinger & Co., were adoption of a corporate trade mark, and =

: being proud spirited refused to tell thosein plaintiffs, and Joshua F. Lewis was defendant exclusive use of the same by the members

encouragemen It was noticed, however, that Miss adjoining rooms her condition, or go I have levied upon and will sell at of the association, the protectipn of its FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIALIN

-, Young was falling in lore with the upon: thc streets and beg. On Thursday public outcry, to the highest and best bid- members:, in the use of the same, by the I YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAT ONE CENT.

preacher. On Sunday she told her parents she took to her bed, a mere skeleton. der, for cash, in front of the Court House prosecution at law of all infringements, High-Ann Machine has ne1f*ettlligr needle,
him. Food and medicine were brought her, door in Titusville in said on the of the and lear.tbrtlftdlna.hnUle., is nol..letti and
to county and counterfeiting
that she was going marry same, unau- flne.tseorttaeh.
II [ told but she did not rally, and died last night first )Iondain A. 1). 1SS9 the thorized and of the and IKht.ruuzdnWhuihc
They protested, bat she promptly starvation.A February, illegal use same, tnentm ia a .eh'et-IiDed case. Don't pay
them that she was of age. They warned literally following personal property to-wit: the concentration of the shipments and igents |5S or f6o.but scud for circular. Remember.we .

the ministers in the town not perform Fifteen chairs, one billiard table, one consignments, of the products of its members nacnine guarantee on the our market.machine Addrcu equal to say high-priced-

!to the ceremony. The couple visited MJV- Bloomin' Idiot pool table, two side tables one refrigerator, into the hands ot as few agents, com- The C. A. WOOD CO., ,

I eral clergymen but they all refused to bar room fixtures, one mirror, nine fancy mission merchants, and houses, in the different 17 If lOUa St., PlilUMielpbla,Pa.
4 act. The young people finally v ent to CRUMPTON, Md., Jan. 9.-The village pictures, three chandeliers. one safe. cities, towns, markets and places as

Corona, where they were married.Mr. gossips are discussing the marriage of J .UIES E. BOWMAN, Sheriff. possible, and to obtain the best shipping

McComb: conducted the revivalmeeting .Miss Mattie Glanding, the principal of Bobbins & Graham attorneys for plain- facilities, and the lowest rates of transpor- NOTICE.

It. in the tabernancle, last night, the school, and Dr. C. T. Cahoon. tha till. tation possible and obtainable L.INI OFFICE AT GAISESVIIXE, FIX>RIDA.

and'his wife WAS on the platform with village physician and druggist. When The amount of the capital stock of the I Dec. loth, 18SS.

t his other converts.An the ministerial blessing had been given SHERIFF'S SAL.E.Under corporation shall be fixed at two thousand Notice M hereby given that the following

and the benediction pronounced, the nUll by virtue of an execution five hundred dollars, to be divided into lamed settler has filed notice of her inten-

t Inhuman Uncle. happy pair stepped into the finest team issued out of the Circuit Court for Bre- twenty-five shares, of one hundred dollars ion to make final proof in support of he?

the town could afford and drove to vanl County. :Florida upon a judgment each, ten per cent. of which shall be hahn, and that said proof will be made I

CHICAGO Jan. 11.-A special to the Ralph's wharf, twelve miles away, to lately recovered in said court, whereinJohnEarbey paid in on the organization of the company efore clerk of the Circuit Court, at Tituarille -
,. News from Hammond, take the steamer Emma A.and Wash for a Patrick Cavanaghand William or association and the remainder as the Fla., on Feniary 16, 18S9, viz: )frs.s. .

Chicago Daily \\edding trip to Baltimore I*. Deiuorest, partners doiu,: business directors may require, but no more shall L W. Fish, of Georgiana, Fla., I). S. 2141 .
the reached
\ denies the s.aten.ent When steamer was ,
indignantly ington. under the firm name of John Early
Ind, the concluned that be required, than ten per centum per annum 'or the lots 1 and 2, section 29, andw. Jof
the that the however, bridegroom It! Co., were plaiutiflV. and Daniel W. k'
all country .J
over of section 20 township
telegraphed he could not desert his practice and his unless so authorized, at a meeting of s. vr quarter, ,
fire marshal of tha. town was umpiring the McQtiaig and S. F. Travis partners, the stockholders, and ordered and directedto outh, rangl3; east.
*' a dog fight with the key of the drugstore, even for his pleasuieof bride th a doing business under the linn name of be done, by the Board of Directors. He names the following witnesses to
I engine house in his rocket when the car- bridal toar, so placing on D. ,r. McQuaig & Co., were defendants, of continuous residence and
in The commencement the corporationshall his upon
steamer with many emphat c (unc- prove
riage works were burning. The citizens tions to the officers to look after her comfort I have levied upon and will sell at public be this the first day of January, A. D. ultivation; of, said land, viz:

If" held an indignation meeting, au4 appointed he slowly and sorrowfully wended outcry to the highest and best bidder 1889, and it shall continue in existence for II. IJ. Burchfiel, of Georgiana, Fla.,

IL. a committee to draw up :eso.ti- his war honte. while the lonely hride for cash lH front of the court house fifty years.: The officers of the association Joseph Bruner, of Georgiana, }la.. Wm.
and try and ill-cover door in Titusville in said county. on the
tions of denial ,
Albert Carter
oud- came on to Baltimore. Mrs "Cahoou or company shall be a President, Vice- }wen, of Georgiana, Fla., ,
the author of the leport. The corrcs j. first Monday in February, _\. D. lSS9, the
word of visited tr.euds; in Baltimore and \\ ash- President, a Secretary and a Treasurer, anda of 'JJeorgiana, Fla.
there waa not a to-wit : All that
ent declares ingtcn, and enjoyed her lonely \\edding following property Board of nine Directors, of which Board 37 S. C TUCKEU, Reghder.NOTICE. .
truth in it.Indiana. lot of land In said County of Brevarddescribed
tour as Ufct she could After three da'gabencH the officers shall be members. Such .offi- -
follows : Commencing at
she retuiped. and this morn ng as cers shall be elected'on the first Wednesdayof .
Lied About. the southeast corner of section twenty-
Town was met by her husband at the wharf. and in the month of December, annually FJX
livein township twenty-one south, of LAXI AT G.\P'C"ux, j
house for her and
The little wai ready at the annual meeting of the Stock-
Jan. 11.-A fearful pair have to range tbrity-six east ; from thence run Dec. loth) 1S83.
CEDAR RAPIDS the happy gone holders,except, and after the first electionof
between sections
treatment of a colortd ing. west on section Notice i* hereby given that the following
of inhuman
case _ twenty-five and thirty-six ten chains,
of his intention
tamed settler has filed notice -
disco\ered lure The amount of
child two ears old was thence turn an angle of 00 degrees; and highest
Starvation in Dakota. in of his
make final proof
which the association shall incur shall not to support
child: is the o .of chains from thence turn
F 'Ibe .sprin run north ten ;
luim and that said proof will be made be
exceed the sum of one thousand five hundred ,
barber and
Walter Bowlin, a an angle; of 90 degrees run ten
it FARGO, Dak., Jan. 10.-A l letter front dollars. fore_clerk Qf the Circuit Court at Tiumille,

taken to me industrial both legs Home and one arm was Rev. C. ,Yo Niches, of Park River. Dak, chains to the and range Hue dividing from: ranges said 'v. II. Sharpe, E. P. Porcher, G. .S. 'la., on February 16th, 1880. viz : Henry

found to have the fir.-t authentic informaiouof thirty-six thirty-seven ; Norwood C. B. X Fish, of Georciana, Fla. D. S. 2tt>0
broken. The child's uncle is said to .have} conveys point south on said range Hue ten Hardee, J.,c. Magnider,
extreme suffering and privation among go J. F. for the lots 1,2,3: and 4 section 20, and
committed the act. but thS ccunt\' at- chains to the place of commencement L. B. Dennison. ,\ m. A. Simmons,
tornev to mor.ow will endeavor to indict the Norwegian tettlers in western Walsh: and containing ten acres more or less, AVooten, E. Hall Lewis R. Ord, Walter lot 1 section 29, township 23 south, ranre
and county. Men with relief rejxurt that J. G. G. J. 37 east. He names thu following witnej csio
.. before the grand jiuy the father being the same land bought from Valentine Goodyear, Gingras, GingrasL.
Tcund about families in
mother of they seventy A. L. Hatch J. D. Hatter his continuous midenoo'(1roq'
gran..uotber as well. The Gailor by James McCrory] sold A. Gingras, prove
some time ago. about as destitute circumstances as it is A. Brady F. C. Macomber, J. M. Sanders, cultivation of, said land, viz :
the child ran away said McCrorv to the defendant
possible for human beings to ani still ".. XcQuals. Lewis Powe, Robert C. May, E. A. Chat- Joseph Bruner,of Georgiana, F1&, rm.

Romance. eist. Randall Foster for plain field, T. E. Hardee, II. P. Share, G. W Owens, of Georgiana, Fla., Albert Carter,
A Prisoner's Many wee found with barely enough:; lifts. y/ attorneys Holmes, A. J. AVhitcock, Geo. E. Chester, of r Georgiana, Flit, K, TL Burch ti elJ of

clothing to cover their nakedness, and J T. II. Sanders, A.V.. Hardee, '\'. P. Jeorgiana, Fla.. _
0" Jan 10,- that nt the thinnest materiaL Shoes I ,
'Y.A.VEaLY, ,
12bl.U sentenced to the penitentiary we.eoUu:: unknownv These farmers Sheriff Brevard County, Fla. Moon, B J. Mime,A, 1C Mathes. 31 S. C TccEEB, Register,


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,.f.' THE FLORIDA STAR. Fox, or of Judge Edmonds, or of any of while there, I had rapped out for me on I The Steamer St.Lncle. \ PERSONAL GOSSIP. -

the table the rather intelligence E i
that/ilk. surprising' From Times-Union of Last Saturday:

".., PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. As in the Chris- that I had Senator John Sherman
firmly grounded ministering angels.I
one Jive Yesterday about 1 o'clock the pret- carries $CSO,OO)fax,
tian faith and in the teachings Holy was a little proud of it in those days surance on his life.
AGERlltor Ptittr ; M
B. mi
ELLIS l ty new steamer St. Lucie, bound for the Senator Ingalls will
Scripture, it is not possible for me to but after the reflections of my riper next year buflj a
Indian River, came up the St. Johns and $20,000 residence in Atchison,Knry sI '
.$1.5O per Annum. accept any theory concerning spiritualism years, I have concluded that I would Frank
tied wharf.
up at L'Engle's Howard the bone writer, f-yfe
'. Entered at.. 'the Post Office at Titusville as which does not accord with the dec- like to be sure of the character of my She is a trim little freight and passenger $ , in one rear out of "Only Pansy Bfev-

Second-Class Matter. larations of the Inspired Volume. Nowa invisible ministers before having any boat, built Wilmington, Delaware som."

careful study of that Blessed Book others added to the number. It is true, The po.>e never drinks any wino be darer

\. THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor makes it evident' I think, that the the fallen angels are now in chains, for use on the Indian River. She and has a plate of light soap served to Ma-
Brevard c untv.t was completed about the first of the .four times a day.
t" saints in Paradise can know no more by (Jude, 6), but it is alas, too evident from present month, and started immediately Emperor William's ear is again troubles

The,Star bas the Largest circulation their own personal observation of whatis all appearances, that they have a pretty him. Probably ho has been listening to one;
South. Skirting the and
of the East coast of Fla. coast closely
: any paper
.. going on in this mundane sphere than extensive prison enclosure to take their of Wagner's operas
running into six different
9: ----- ---- ports en route. ii
: A Quiet Chat; with tile Reader we in like manner can know of their affairs daily airing in, and a liberal length of The palace built by King Louis,of Banna
She is not a sea-going vessel, but builtto was very expensive, but tho receipts for admission
:i. about Spiritualism. ; and that we can have absolutely cable, so that there is no danger, till the ply the placid] waters of an inland there last summer wero C3S/W.
1; no communication with them whatever, Day of Wrath arrives of their health be- .
TITUSVILLE, FLA., Jan. 6th, 1889. stream. Upon the menu of tho lord major's; d uwr.:
nor can they with us. St. Augustin, ing impaired by too close confinement.This at which tho premier always speaks, there
: FESTIVAL OP THE EPIPHANY. She is built on the same plan of many
.. one of the most eminent of the early is not simply a Bible view of the was printed "After Salisbury, Wmcin6wThe i4tk
\r1 of the Ohio
River steamers havingthree
J' Editor Fla. Star : Christian fathers, in his work De Cura case. The ancient Greeks and Romans salary of tho English attorney geceral
decks. She is stern-wheel vessel is with 5,000
a 7,000, perquisites. The sab-
:h' DEAR Sin-During uiy absence the pro Mortuis, section 16, presents the had the same idea of angels or demons propelled by; two high pressure en- citor general's stipend is 6,000, with 3, 09perquisites.

k past summer, I hear that some of the following argument and illustration in attending each person ; and singularly .
I gines situated aft on the main deck.
j, good people of Titusville were troubled support of this view: "How say we that enough, they believed that these spjrits, The forward part of this deck is occupied Count Taafe, prime minister of Austria,

with certain peculiar and mysterious those were favored, who deceased ere after the death of their wards or charges will be made a prince by tho Emperor ef
the evils came which followed hard upon by the boiler, and the freight is Austria. He is also a peer of Ireland oader
manifestations, which it was suggestedwere if not before took the form of the
;' their decease, if also after death they feel stowed between. the titb of Viscount Taafe.It .
supernatural and spiritualistic, in whatever things befall in the calamitousness person whom they had, for good or ill,
By a neat flight of stairs the saloonis is said that tho sultan of Turkey..spires
their character. Ftom.what: Madam of human life ? "Thatthen watched in life and sometimes.
over ap- reached the cabin to a literary career, end has ordered the poet
extending almost
': Humor says, I judge there'were those is that, which to the most godly peared to their bereaved friends. Shaks- laureate: of tho empire to affix the royal sty.
king Josiah God promised the whole length of the boat. The forward hw here..!her.
nature to
as a great
who were at last induced to accept this peare makes use of this idea in his Comedy poems
benefit, that he should first die, that lie and after parts of the cabin are '
IL Rider his
Haggard now hair
explanation, and to account for the of Errors Act. Scene 1. Here wears : inflowing
might not see the evils which he threat- v. we
pleasant sitting rooms, comfortably fit- locks, which reach almost to his
knockings and rattling of crockery, etc., ened should to that place and have represented brothers twins
come people two ted with chairs and of shouJl rs. Ho has shaved oS his btoo:e
settees rattan
easy: ,
'" as the efforts of departed spirits to attract ? Which words of God arc these; brought: together upon the tage. An- mustache and smokw cigarettes con nu: tT. ease
and antique oak card tables. On either
'Thus saith the Lord God of Israel
attention and communicate with those ; tipholus of Syracuse, and Antipholus of The freedom of the city of London has
concerning My words which thou hast side the central portion of the saloonsare
been conferred Prince
who would give heed to them. Ephesus and the brothers attended upon George of Waks
heard, and didst fear before 3Iy face ; are -
the state-rooms the space between If ho does not differ greatly from his ooees-
If it will,not be regarded as officious, when thou didst hear what I have spo- each by a servant, Dromio, the one being used as a dining hall and tors, he will take advantage cf the privilege.
effort to obtrude unacceptably my ken concerning this place and them of Syracu and the other of
an Ephesus
or as eat
It is said that Oscar Wilde has receivedvaluable
nade. The wood-work of this saloon is I
which dwell therein that it should be
views upon the public, I would like to which two Dromios are also] twins and I points on lecturing sine his lairriage. !si rs4
forsaken and under a curse ; and hast painted white trimmed with gilt.
have a quiet chat with your readers on look exactly alike. Adriana, wife of Ho is a much moro forcible speaker
rent thy and before Me
garments, wept The 6x6 and
state-rooms are very com- than ho used to be when he traveled through d
the subject and if has an answer and I have heard thee saith Antipholus of Ephesus
; anyone the Lord of entering, gazes fortably fitted up. Each contains two this Country:! as tho apostle of ecsibeticwsi
to make in refutation of my arguments Sabaoth: not. so; behold, I will add thee with wonder on the brothers, and says; and sunflowers.
ti unto thy fathers and thou shalt be add- berths, with woven wire springs and
let him say onand I will be most I see two husbands, or mine eyes deceive Lord Sherbrooke, better known as Robert
ed unto them in peace; and thine eyes soft, comfortable mattresses and pillows.
Lowe the statesman is
English now worth
happy to hear. shall not see all the evils which I me to which the Duke of Ephesus !
am I The ceiling of the decks are lined with something like$10,000,000,although he began 11ra
To-day is the Festival of the Epiphany bringingupon this place and upon them replies: life-preservers. life as a college tutor, with no other capital

or the Manifestation of Christ to the that dwell therein. Kings, XXII: 18-20. One of these men is genius to the '- than brains. He made all his money by
Gentiles. I know not what suggested There, then, are the spirits of other; The hurricane deck is much more judicious investment in Australian lands e

to me'this morning the subject of spirit the departed, where they see not what And so of these ; [i. e. the servants] spacious than is customary for the The opinion that Count Herbert Bismarck

ever things are doing, or events happen- which is the natural man, steamers for northern waters, and offersa is one of the rising men in European statecraft .
Gentile world in "
manifestations to ing in this life to men. Augustin reas- And which the spirit? Who deciphers pleasant promenade. Here are located is severely criticised. Tho real man fcx

these latter days, except it be the remarkable ons well ; and the evident corollary to thenir the pilot-house and the Captain's andPilot's European politics is said to be Count Wald-

contrast between the latter and the deduction which he draws from the ersee, and some L"1ythat on the retirement of ,
To be continued next week. rooms. Prince Bismarck Count Herbert will be
that of our blesssed Lord to the wise men Holy Scriptures is, that, in the present
\ The little boat is officered by Capt. S. shelved.
as a babe in Bethlehem eighteen centuries sojourning place of the dead in Christ One P. T.Barnum bad
Ean Gallie. A. Bravo, First Mate Frank Miranda, night recently occasion ::
ago. as the departed cannot by the sense of and Ed to gii into a place of business up one
Mr. W. Treutler invited Fitzgerald. .
kindly was
a number E.e
It is said that in nature poison flight of stairs on one of the prominent
every sight, neither can they by other
any of persons here to go with him in his brought down by Coast Pilot S. G. Martin streets of Bridgeport, Conn. The stairwaywas
has its antidote, eeljswcet its bitter; sense, take cognisance directly and personally but and Mr. Barcum bad
steamer, Maggie Dillon, recently, over to and carried fourteen people on dimly lighted,
and I liaht has its opposite in darkness of earthly things, and so can in the Indian mound board. difficulty in making sure of his footing. 23
and other
recalling the fact that, in the days of theRedeemer's no way communicate with those yet places After transacting his errand Mr. Barcum remarked -
interest, a* well as an extended trip up She left Wilmington on the 29th ult., emphatically to tho occupant of the
visible manifestation the
to dwelling in the flesh. Of course, there I the Banana river. After engaging in and made a pleasant trip. At the time premises: uTe your landlord that if he
world there was also such a manifestation is no reason; to suppose that departed sin- doesn't put balusters on that stairway some
of the big blow last Saturday she
fishing, shooting, etc., all assembled on night,
of devils possessing the bodies of ners, can be interested spectators of old fellow will get hurt by a falL" As Mr.
board the steamer with appetites much was in port at Swainsborough, N. C., Barnum is the owner of the building his

men as never before nor since has been earthly events transpiring* or can com- sharpened by their exercise of hauling ina where she dragged her anchors and was tenant had the laugh oa him.
known. But of all the from the
municate with
ages mortals than ---
any more
number of large and delicious fish. It blown ashore. She sustained no injury?:
period of the Incarnation, this age is can departed saints. But there is another and TOLD BY THE EYES.
was amazing to see the onslaught made on Jiowevcr, experienced no difficultyin
the most remarkable for its religious class of spiritual intelligences who
I. the getting ofl.
sumptuous repast prepared by
light. Ought we not, therefore, on the in the ages past, did converse more or Gray eyes do not indicate intellectuality
ladies on board. those As some of her crew had friends and a
Among present any more than eyes of other color.Deep
principle just adduced, of opposites appearing less with men, and may now, for aughtwe
were Captain and Mrs. A. Bennett, relatives in this city, she ran in here close set, little eyes of any color indicate

contemporaneously and in juxtaposition know, or aught there is in the bibleto Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton,Mr. and Mrs. prior to making her home run to Indian temper, selfishness and ignorance.
,\lo expect at this time thaequally the This class the
contrary. angels
Treutler, )Ir. and Mrs John Mellor, Miss River. Negroes of all degrees of morality hare
remarkable manifestation of the is unfortunately divided into two orders, dark eyes; so Indians, good ofbad; so other
Schuler, Messrs. R. P. Blatch, G. H. Captain Bravo reports that the St.
of that Light from Heaven in first the who races.
counterpart good
according to Scripture -
Clarke, Lobetz and Schmitz, and Master Lucie made the trip from Wilmington, It is probablo that thin eyebrows do not indicate -
the darkness with which the destroyerof
are ministering spirits of God to
: Claude Walton. The people of Eau Del., to Jacksonville in ten days, the deceit, or heavy brows honesty as :
souls seeks to enshroud the world ? the heirs of salvation
(Heb. I : 14), think. .
fastest time made many
Gallie are incurring a heavy debt of by any river boat now
The Heavenly Light spiritual in its origin secondly, the bad, "who kept not their gratitude to Mr. and Mrs. Treutler for plying the St. Johns or any other Flori- Wholly contrary to popular belief the

and essence: may we notlook, then, first estate" (Jude, 6), and who are the da river. color of the eyes indicates in no instance any
their kindness on this and other occasions.Mr. .
for.its opposite to be also spiritual, although destroying ministers of Satan, not onlyto .
Blatch was much surprised at the lids are pregnant with meaning In
as infernal as is the former supernal the heirs of salvation, but also to the Theodore Bartles.In .
number, variety, and quality of the fish the vacant minded, the vulgar, they are

? heirs of perdition. taken, and expressed the opinion that if the Kansas City Gazette re find wide; in the cunning, close.
Coming now directly to the matter "of "And the dragon In tho religious fanatic and prayerful the E
great was cast out, the Canadian fishermen that that Mr. Theo. Bartles died on the 3rd
modern spiritualism : I freely admit that that old serpent, called the Devil, were aware the "white of the eye" shows above the lower

there are some phenomena about it to me and Satan, which deceiyeth the whole such vast quantities of fat, delicious fish inst. from the effects of a pistol shot lid; in the haughty, more of the upper eye.

inexplicable n natural princi- world : he was cast out into the earth, could be so easily taken and cured, their. accidently received on the 24th of last Whether the brows are thin or heavy:: a rc

any and his angels were cast out with him. opinions would be greatly altered on the October. His physicians entertained whether they meet or are wide apart, Are
ples, suggesting to our minds the poet'swords Woe to the inhabitants only physiological characteristics denotingno
of the
but little
fishery question ; and that if the rest of hope from the first. He mental c
: : earth and of the Rev.
sea (
I the Canadian would take leaves his wife two daughters :Miss Lena
people a trip ,
xii: 9,12, etc. Byron, the prince of roues, bad inexpressibly
"There in heaven and
.earth are,Horatio more things, Every child and at least every goodman i to the United States and enjoy Florida's and Miss Gertrude, his aged mother, beautiful brown eyes. Burr,America'smostunprincipled 1c

i delightful climate and( and a brother in Indian Territory. and irresistibly fascinating
taste-or rather
Than are dreamt of in your philosoPby. according to the Bible, has his good libertine, had dark c
." angel to guard him feast upon-her abundant and delicious Bartles settled at Titusville in 1876, and very eyes.A ,
rather straight brow tho inner halt
To say nothing of the grosser features of "Take heed that ye despise not one of fruits, and experience one-half of the remained here about three years, after belongs to trapeze performers on successful:

this "ism,"-of the tipping of tables,and these little ones;for I say unto you that kindness, hospitality and attention one of which he returned to his former home, stockmen and equestrians. This indicates

untying of knots in the dark, and other in heaven their angels do always behold our new settlers from Canada says he has visiting Indian River during occasional judgment of size, distance form, weight and

mysterious exhibitions in small way,- the"face of my Father which is in heaven. received since coming to Eau Gallie, the winters for his health. He is well- muscular control A
(St. Matt., XVIII : 10 j.; The lids and brows are responsible for tho
the groundwork upon which it i is all "Suffer not thy mouth to cause thy road to political -would. be an easy known by many of our old residents on apparent chango in size, and tho different

based is the belief that; certain persons flesh to sin; neither say thou before the one to handle. the river from Haulovcr to Jupiter.He moods affect tho intensity and luminosity

styled Mediums, can converse with the angel [who watches over thee ?] that it Messrs. A. R. and II. Hodgson have served during the war in Company but never the color. This is an undisputedfact

' spirits; of the dead. People of intelligence WM an error." (Ecc. V .6.) been making B., First Kansas regiment, under Gen- among physiologists.
a lengthened in
"Are not they [the angels] all ministering stay our Arched thin eyebrows indicate the artistic
and refinement, and of unimpeachable spirits, sent forth to minister for county town, where, we presume, they eral Curtis, and was one of the most temperament, love of color and orderly ar

integrity who are converts to this them who shall be heirs of salvation ?" have been enjoying themselves.Mr. fearless men, and one of the best revolver rangement. Whoever saw a slovenly housekeeper J.

faith, tell l us, that they not only have (Heb. I : 14); and the inference is ir- and Mrs. J. C>Walton had quitea shots in his re iment. Mr. Bartles brow in with a successful a high arched painter brow or a straight

been permitted to converse with their resistible from all that Holy Scripturesays had taken out an accident policv. for__
pleasant surprise party the other even- Among animals tho carnivorous have:
_dear departed friends, but that they on the subjectthat the devil providesat ing, consisting of several of the prominent $60,000 just a short time before the accident usually prominent, yellow eyes, the rumi-

have actually teen them. I am not disposed least one evil angel if not more, to ladies and gentlemen of Eau Gallie. and aside from this had amassed nants the most luminous and beautiful the

to attempt an explanation of all considerable wealth leaving his widow. birds of prey tho fiercest, the pig the taie-
match good whom
every one
Such visits will bear repetition.SackcttStroliui. ulcst, tho shark: tho most cxpressiosLss.Large .
these marvels on purely scientific forth to protect and serve His elect. The n and children abundantly provided for. prominent and luminous indicate

grounds. True, it may possibly done. sinners are more than tho saints on I I His family have the sincere sympathyof language,{power and verbal eyes memo. .

Cold, unpitying, unsympathizing, scientists earth, and the evil angels may outnumber their Indian River friends in their No one ever saw a reserved,saturnine person

as one has aptly termed them, the good. These demons At arshalltowll, Iowa, on Saturday, great bereavement. with a pop eye or a pupil possessing then on
t were so Dec. 30th, Mr. F. B. Sackett, of Titus- i the dunce block. This is tho eyo of' the ora
talkycry learnedly about the
can : power plentiful when our Saviour was in the
ville, was married to Irs. ,). A.Strohm, Horses : Horses tor.In a
the reflex
of imagination influence of
; flesh, that Satan could spare from his tho vain and observant tho lids ara wide

the mind on the orrtn's: of sense; themysterious ranks a whole legion at a time, to 'min of Marshalltown, by Rev. Dr. Rhea.. On Just received from the north a fine and the eye in constant motion, white In the

psychological control which ister" Tuesday, the first day of -the new year, herd oj horses from four years old and cunning the"ends" of tho eyes are frequently,
to a single person. (St. Mark, v : seen in Bido
Tho tint of color of the
they started their their Florida Good saddle and
on way to up. carriage
exercise working
one person may over the 9.) At least seven of them to one individual eyelids indicates different health states, acd

thoughts of another, and all.that. Thisis seems to have been no uncommon home, arriving here last Thursday, horse, which I will have for sale at m y their movement helps determine insanity.

having spent se\eral days at St. Augus- place on reasonable terms. For information One of tho
mere dust and cobweb. Cleared of thing, as witness the case of MaryMagdalen any; most common types is tho thin
this and of all the clumsy and frivolous tine and other points or .the route of concerning them address me colored hard eye. It may bo closed or wide,
many of whom
out were cast have
seven their bridal tour. Mrs. Strohm was at Shiloh Fla. heavy or light brows, but always mill
] adjuncts with which it is loaded. devils. '(St. Mark, xvi:9.) And our highly-respected and loved by her many penuriously paictsd, never prompt, often

believe) that there may be, and for ar- Saviour's words (St. Matt., xii: 45,) friends at home, and in this her orange JOHN KmiL. deep get, indicating low mental acth Ity and,

t gument's sake at' least, I am willing to about seven other spirits more wicked home will soon nranir-- a l.irffft circle of January 17th, 1889. in different quality.degrees, selfishness and poor organic

:allow that there actually is, something i than the first being added to dwell new acquaintances. Irn: indIrs, Tho
Sackett have been stopping at Mrs. L. I to eyes proper with the action cf the Ud
Wish Buy a Home
supernatural in spiritualism.] Hut,good in a man and torment him, indicat- ILL Decker's; for a few ,days since..theirarrl'al and brow, have a silent,subtle language core

l my.friend, do not hastily conclude from ting that it was nothing unusual. 'Whena where they have received a In Florida, on or near the Indian expressive and rapid than speech. They can

L 'this ad JIl'scion i that lam in the least dc boy, I attended once ,a spiritualistic number of calls from t h e personal! address River; must be a bargain. Owner, answer command,amuse warn, flirt, direct, all ,by commend their::: unwonted, punish,

> circle at the residence of the 'noted friends of the groom before their depar A., marvelous language. Vice has a wcfal
Andrew ture for Heath FECK
Banana Creek. ,
Grove; on effect for ill on the and different states
Misses Fox in Rochester, N. Yt: andl We wish them much. joy and prosperity- Gnnnell Iowa. of disease give infalltblo' warnlns! .through the

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',: THURSDAY, JAN.\7, 1889. '. ;.
.l'OR SALE. ; .
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' A, tract of land on IndianRiver in the .; .'.; .. .) -,..... \.. _... ff. .... #
ewrntJ of: .Brevard J consisting of 88 ,," -. .... I I HAVE ADDED TO MY STOCK XOTICE. .' :"..
1 .. it being lot No. 3, and south half f ., oJ';'"
". Jf the northeast quarter of section 35, In Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial
Sd No. 3 being the southwest S. H. Circuit "'
lot quarto RAY of Florida, DaJf County, '
of the quarter of section OFDry /' ,

, "j *,both in township 31 south, range 39 In Chancery. -
'esst This is a very desirable piece of EZRA A. OSISORX, .
!, :iuamock.! soil of rich quality, suitable Successor vs }j-Bill for Partition -
fcrthc raising of all tropical fruits. Is i ITfflG1' to J. C. Co., \ EL.TlIalX1.FIELD, of Lands. ,

situated at the Narrows, near Enos post- Goods / It having been made to
appear to the
a ce. Will sell cheap for cash. For Court bjr affidavit of the above
..Mrticulars address FLA. Complainant, that the said Ezra A. Os
E. 1'!. LOW, r born, and Elnuthan T. Field -
... as tenants
,t Brockton.l\Iass. in common have
Pt.} / each an equal undivid
V ed one half interest in
certain tracts of
NOTICE. I land in the County of Dadeand
State of
NEAT AND PROMPT.SEND Florida, to wit: '
with full .A.
j am prepared set of tools LADIES'
Lot No.
..,. of section 17
.. far sinking artesian. wells. With section and lot 2 of
",.*? pall set, have sunk four wells 155 to Can east, township 41 south range 43 !
containing 75
. -100
: feet deep, obtaining flows Merchandise acres; Lot
%;; jOO of from No. 4, section 29, township 47
to 86,000 gallons day from ,
$000, range east containing 12 'W)
';;;: ito inch pipeS.; Have also a large set, / i iT Lors No. 1, 3, 4and 5 section 2G-100, and acres 1 lots; .
.l.\! for finking six to ten inch pipes, if wan- DRESS COODS No. 2 and 3 section 27, township 33

, .:: fei Having ventured in the business, YOUR ORDERS STORE. south, range 42 east, containing 150 73-
.Z; pnichasecl tools, and successfully obtain- 100 acres; Northeast t of northeast $.
<: idf full flowing wells, I ask the patronage section :27, and northeast 4 of section 34,
s ', Influence of citizens: and friends who \ township 53 south range 42 east, con
'.:f\ "1'P' reciato my efforts and who want -ron- AND : tainingi71S0-IOOacres; Lot No. section t
; ;' .nUL Respectfully, II, northwest 4 of section 34, lot No. 1
'1 I and 2 of section 33.
ALBERT S. MAGRUDER, propose to keep 42 township 53 south.
range east
', '_ Rock Ledge. acres ; Lots No.containing 5 and 6 section 244 9S-100
: JOB No. 1, 4, 5 and S
PRINTING of section 11. lots No.
'. Their Business JJoommg. MILLINERYI A First-Class Stock 1,4.5 and S,section 23.township53 south. .

/' Probably no one thing has caused such range 42 east containing 107 )1-l0U '
ipaeral revival of trade at all the drug acres; Southwest t northeast J, west
i of
"/ :. doreson Indian River as their giving southeast t and southeast j f of sonth-
a im to their customers of so many free -SUCH ASLETTERBEADS -OFGROCERIES- vest4,Sec.27 township 53 south range 42

,.E; tc 1 bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery section east containing ICO acres; Lots\o.1aiitl

:: JorC<>nst1mptio Their trade is simplymormons 1.3, 4 and 23.5,lots of 1.2nnd 3. s'ction2G.lot*
section 35
-' in this very valuable article south, 42 township 52
the fact that it I east containing 53; 1; 44
. from always cures and -100 A. Lots No. 1, 3,antl4
i, jererflisappoints. Coughs, colds, asth- lot 1 of section 11, east i of section 2,
,r...'; bronchitis, croup, and all throat and IVOTE-ISEADS, WITH ot section 22, township 53 south northeast j
tog diseases quickly cured. You can 42east, containing2GO 92-100acres, range East

r s jet it before buying by getting a trial h of southeast }, southwest } southeast; /:,

'1.:. lottlc free, large size $1. Every bottle BILL-IIE.iDS. : A Miner, and Competent Dressmaker i of section 22,township. 53 south---_n__, r'lIyn..... '"
: wanted. east, containing 120 acres; Northwest e12
STATEMENTS DRY GOODS 4 of northeast 1, southeast 4 of northwest .
':; Ravenous Lion at Bay.: }, northeast 4 of southwest 4, and lot '
In Charge No. 1, of section 27,
township 53
1 inagry lion is considered south
commonly a range 42 east, containing 17S 46-100
tat! dangerous customer, and natural im- CIRCULARS, acres : Lot No. 5 of section 27. ....
Tse. is to stop him in his deadly career. NOTIONS 53 south, 42 township -
range east
:: ,i: pore blood is a ferocious and pitiless foe, TO CUT/ FIT, DESIGN AND MAKETO 36 G5-100 acres; Lot No.G of containing section 13
tJ Jung through the arterial of the lot 5 of section ,
system FOLDERS, 25, township 50 south, ''
ban body, destroying the health and range 42 east, containing IS 80-100 '
'"x ifpiwj life itself. It comes hydra like in ORDER. 3Ieiis' Ladies' & Childreiis'CLOTHING Lots No. 1, 2 and 3\of section 12 acres lots; i

:if'Iml headed: impetuousness, as Eheuma- INVITATIONS, No. 1 and 2 of section 35, township 51

Scrofula, Ulcers, Scald Head, Gout, south,and lots No. 1,5 and G of section 2 ,
'j: blUIs or that dread nichhtmare of con ten t of township 52 south, range 42 east, con-

, {. %ep8ia. P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke PROGRAMMES, 1.1TSF'A"I'IOGU.TiILtNTEED saIoE taining 392 26-100 acres; Lots 1 and 5
:\ loot and Potassium) is the valiant rcscurer of section 11, lots 1, 4, 5 and S of section
-:;; do comes to our aid, and replaces health 14, township 52 south, range 42 east,
;, tounplumtly on its throne. Women who STREAMERS, TO AIX. containing 05.100 acres; Lots No.
atom down and discouraged have found 2 and 5 of southwest 4 of northwest } of <<
V IP.P.aninvaluabletonicregainingcolor, section 2, northwest | of southeast J of

J; -'rte and strength and forever accord DODGERS section 22, township 53 south, range 42
i t la magic restorer,a credit and gratituda east, containing 144 23-100 acres; All
? k ; ped by few medicines. Try it and seep of fractional section 10 except 3 acres on* ,
!'; p i tlu not been rather underrated than BUSINESS CARDS farms, north end. northwest 4 of northwest } of I.:
:3ted-All druggists ell it. Cassimeres, per yard, at 25c., 35c. & 50c. section fractional), township south,
: ange 42 east._, contninfn...... 1n'1:: \ .
------ *VM IU-1UU
.ai ?
'. Brace Up. acres; West of southeast
J of section
WEDDING CARDS Henrietta elegant, 85c.
21 northwest
Too are feeling depressed, your appe- J of northeast |, east J of

J iipoor, you are bothered with head- Duchess Cloth, good as silk, $1.25. 28 northwest i and southwest \ of section
&Jon are fidgetty, nervous, and genpaBjout VISITING CARDS township 54 South range 42 east

of sorts, and want to brace up. i Tricot Flannels, per yard, at 40c., 50c., containing25243100acresnfrnctional
"wupbut not with stimulants, spring parts of sections 32 and 33, township 54
& I C5c., 75c., and $1.00 south, range-42 east '
;_ .nes-or bitters, which have for their -TO THEFLORIDA- c* taining 587
a very cheap whisky, and which stim- acres : All fractional parts of sections
'' [ Ladies' Cloths, 65c. and 75c. yard. 4 and 5, township
Ton for an hours and then leavein per Gent's 55 south, ranjre 42
worse condition than before. I Goods, east, containing 637 acres; Lots No. 1

f you want is an aletrative that will STAR Cloaking Flannels, 50c. and 3 of section 5, lots No. C and 10 of
blood section 8, lot No. 2 of section 17 '
J your start healthy action of town-
A varied line of other Dress Goods from ALSOCROCKERY ship 41 south
I lid: kidneys, restore your vitality. |I i range 43 east, containing '
yive renewed health and strength, 20c. to 20c. 219 25:100 acres; Northeast } of southeast -

ltnedicine you willfind in Electric JOB PRINTING OFFICE } of section 17, lot No. 3 of section

and only 50 cents a bottle at any Long Cloths, 12c. to 15c. Better value 21, lot No. 7 of section 28, township 41 .

tOre on Indian River.LUCIE GLASSWARE south, range 43 east, contaipinc 139 75- ,
than Calico. 100 acres; Lots No.1, 2 and 4, and

north J of Jot No. 5 of section 33, all
\ Ladies' Underwear in White and fractional parts of section 31
HOUSE township
'V'oolen. HARDWARE 41 south, range 43 east, containing 21 2
25-100acres : Lots No. 1, 2 and 3 ofsection

Indian River, Florida, Ladies' Vests and Corsets from 45c. to 3, township 42 south, range 43

1 AND east, containing 187 78-100 acres; Lots
* :: Part rag been Re-Furnished, is NOW to $3.00. No. 1 and 4 of section.28, lots No. 4 and *'
"' 5 of section 29, lot No. 1 of section 33 '
., FOR GUESTS:: under the Man- 10-J Bed Comforts, from $1.00 to $2.74. township 44 south, range 43 east, con-, ,

: to! its old proprietor and owner. taining 130 60400 acres; Lots ,'o.1, 1
1 10-} Blankets, per pair, $1.50 to $500. Ship Chandlery Goods. 5 and 8 of section 5, lots No. 1 and 7 of .

A.MES: section 8, township 45
P AINEPrnprietor -t.' Oil Cloths, Table Damasks and Napkins south, range 43 .
4 east, containing 96 23-100 acres: Lots
:-v in great variety. No. 1 and lots No. 6, 7 and 8 of section

Lit cte Florida. 17Z lots No. 1 and 2 of section 34, township .
.- 45 south, ranee. 43 east containing
39 These will be the main features of 217 11.100 acres; Lots No.: f-, f"and3 .
My Line of my of section, lot No. 1 of section 9, lots
Pamphlet business, but orders sent me for anything No..1 and 2 of section; 10, township 46

south, range 43 eat, containing 230 97-
.t Gents' Ladies' &: Children's kept in any store in Titus- 100 acres; Lots No. 1 and :H of section

114m aDd tnont IX'I'UII': 'cl..'.tlfc! 11.d villewill 29, lots No. 1 and 2 of section 31, lot I .
h Doper published of Its and eartlnti.enothi4, has the I ircv>,. be promptly filled. No. 1 of section 32, township south, ,. .
: ratedYBeet; d* of W'oo JraJlu.v. "- range 43 east containing ll 4 02-100 ;
p'i3a....., year.Reek Four v. Sen..Ir munthi'tra'p"-c,:t mea,. acres ; Lots No-? 1 and 2 of section 5, .
,PCBUSHEKS,aa; uruaJn ay..'.r. IHOSIERY lot No. 9 of section G, lots No. 1 and 2 '

ITECTS & BUILDER of section 7, township 49 south, rang'o'
r.tJOII Printing. 43 cast, containing ISO 71-100 acres; .
of Scientific American.i Will buy Frnits.iggs Chickens Lots No. 1 and 2 of section 18 lots No. { j

bic pKt eu.. !of country Issue and contain city ra colored.U'.en- \ FROM 5c. TO 75c. PER PAIR.In 1 and 5 of section 30, township 49 south, 1
>ij' UdinOTNumerous enll1"at'tr'l:' H range 43 east, containing: 227 63-100 :
-tad Pedflcations for the use (\Itemplate ;
.....,. t1UNN bllUdltlll. i'rice tL."O U year, ) Or any Country Produce my customersor 'acres; Lots No. 1,3,4 and 5 of section .. r
t Co l'tnUSfiEJrE.
township 49 south. ranse43:; cast i
nr. .. PAINT I am at Head-quarters for friend. may bring containing 105 acres; Lots No. 1 and 2 -;

E-HT-smarbcu ppif'?- LOW PRICES, buying from the Manufacturer of section 28, township 47 soutlu range, j
11'uti SEND YOUR ORDERS to market. 43 cast, containing 61 30-1M( () acres. t .

eXPerience and have made over over find Selling Cheap. a And th the object of this suit M topro- ;- ;.
k le&tlonl for American and For- cure partition of the .3
Bend top Handbook. l\rre.- ame.n it baying i. .
E1Y eon1i4entlAt. been made to that Elnathan "1
appear .
TRADE PAMPHLET PRINTINGOF G T. Field, the defendant ;
foJlARKS. is a non-resi' '; '" i
ClLJoutb\Vkls apply to M\NN not wetoiered' tn the Pat Having added GRAIN and HAY to I ask for 'a'share of the public patron. dent of the circuit in which this suit i is .: ; r F:' .
CoSollcitort.and '
Dtoteaj0p: instituted. It is therefore ordered "
RrCUTS Drocered,for Send books for ua.ndb9Uk.charts mapc, my Stock of GROCERIES, buying from age, and come as a supplicant, not a the said Elnathan T. Field do appear that -j".. : '1',

tD&CO. Patent Md.reas first hands, will lead in Low Prices. die tator, asking for your favors. and answer said bill for partition herein '
filed j
tLOtrlcz:3Pa nn0ADWAY. N. Y Miami, in Dade County, on or '
.' If courteous before the first day of .i
---o: tre-ttmentgoo February A. D.
.RH ALL DESCRIPTIONSTO 1889. And it is further ordered that 1

TOR.FOR SALE ., ..... .- CAN GOODS BOUGHT AT THE .goods and low figures is a copy of this order bo published in i-'
r 1 FLORIDA STAB, a. newspaper pub
PACKERS. the candidate for .
'I'D IENE1Y : 77iEF'LORIDA ,: V lisped in the adjoining County of pre' '

RWO ,'- public favor, yard, there being no newspaper publish
COTTAGEROOMS Will give closer prices than .you. ed in Dade County for four consecutive 1 f

OF then Tm weeks next preceding the said,first .
EIGHT STAR can buy. day
a .. February A..D. 188?.. l'
F AH .. elected.Yours ,
ACRE OF GRODHD > i Done and ordered'in Chambers at

,... & ii .ou L ? .'\surroundings.. JOB PRINTING OFFICE.. Del;kid. Florida, this 28th day of Nor. :
e"of 1 ever. Address G-EO. B, HUMPH: ,. anxious please, i ij A.DvlSSS. c

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oF --constant- references to Hmlercer clipese PIONEER COOPERAGE CARDS..1 -
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a> b'.er'of ny counts j H t
: Troublesome Negroes and the nickname "cheesy. He said surrendered 'he o': uuuor when
o ce u
also that when he was introduced to a I to' k hw n ". liip :-Vwast.: ',.'pnprK-cs Syrup Barrels $2.25. L.A.:; -1i-------------: [ I

\ 'MERIDIAN, Miss., Jan. C.-In the neigh- stranger his name invariably caused but a tie .*' trial vj1l\\\ Leasked for.
aughter. Gauged to order, ten cent* extin.Wheeiwrighting .
borhood of Rober s' placj 12 miles _ _ !

northeast of this city, there has: been The President Condemned. I Fidelity Ben Hopkins' I and Recairing. ATT7-AT-UffA: UfrTARY! PUBL! .

excitement since Wednesday after i : .. "
great Hock FD
: Christ a:;. Th trouble *e nn to have SALT LAKE, Jan. 7.-Much indignationis I CI. CJ .\A'J. O., Jan': .>.-Ben Hopkins-, C. O. B. ____ ._ __ ,_ __ uH __ __ :

all classes of citizens of formerly -'hl(n{ or tna ridelity!: bank, barrels mill OvalVntor nl"t'akcr
: originated from ba 1 feeling engendered felt among i honey. L. GAULDEN
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who )ha pardoned out t-f the
among the negro of that locality by Idaho at leveland's pardcn cf live Mor I uoen from! $2.t1)( ) U11.rl" .
died this morning,
the lyncring of a neo who entered the mons. Dispatches from Washington penit'-ntuy. 1
hose of 3ir. Houston, at midnight and said four -we;o convicted, of unlawful I ho; huts itd i-rioiisl and from drops'; y I _1. a.nKs.: fTTO RN EYATLAW,
\hi.e ; NIe e a
: attempted to murder one of the inmate ; cohabitation and one of adultery. This i and all' idids of COOPEI'ora to order
times o';liji>d 10 0a!>' el I 1.hi- *ln i- Titusville FL.r.,
with'an ax. The negro; was recognize, is incorrect. The truth is, all th-e were I II' .1 -
cian. JJicetiitte i had been ;ookn :u:
S and afterwards hinged. Since that time of The I --- ---
convicted adultery. presidents __. 'r. .In'i1' t1S.J..aGrmge. .

,. the negroes have been making threats, I' pardon is unanimously and heartily on- I Adxices from Apia received a''e-" 1.n t : Florida. TONES & WILLIAMS,
and there has een bad feeling generally. I demned.
conrlim f j1l' a nuuncement i ir. c .
.: Just prior to t: e holidays an old: negro .. -I -- - -- -

man reported tha} : a CODll'ana : Dead as a Door Nil. I Ii counter Let en .-ataaia, s foUo\\ an. ex1n 63,ono ODD people believe that 1\ .1tOVZle3't1-Llfl.
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the: ::>r..II1S. -; I-' ;s < ( .u It' 1. \i.f. pajs beet to beLl&edsvf
brewing; to kill certain white men I Ii I th.t largest and moetretl&blehocaeaal they D96fF2fi'ry's
I i led i'}' an .\men. a. nmi 'a: .\K-ri. Titus\'il1c. Flon-lj.
>. 'in th.t locality. Thi> report i NEW You: Jan. 10.-Trt.'r.sul't'l'.J. VT. I Ij bOllil'nt...' (.e'Inin old'e s .\ v, ,.1.1.[ i I Seeds
'. orated UT overhear'ng] a
was corroi .
Robertson, of the Electric Stitjai' : ed and r".i c. wi und d ., ;itt.:ias li>- I
conerati n between the negro reporting j KOBIHXs,
: the exi-tren' c of the conspiracy andS pany devoted the day to .; ; was t. n kJi''l mH thirty wo H.led. Li: I ...- -- ... D. M. FERRY A CO. are GEO.1.
: acknowledged to to tho
hodstron: portion neart> a. '
one Bub S, ears, who. it wai said, was Sati a I It is well that he did so, for List night he I Ii The now C'eim ,IIH boDardeJ:: sever.'I vilaueand : :- I .:,'.!; ? .' Largest Seedsmen ATTO RN EY-AT-LAW.TITt'SVILLE .

.. ringleader among the negrces. i received a rutte shock hi the share 01'a I (1etro' e'J i ti!:Ci&l.; I %.: f.:1 t.c 'i' 4...' In the world. I'I'r '
; facrory evidence bting produ 'ed as to t"'l.7: fly'3 }'L\.
fcpeara inttll il.n. and his determination: I telegram from President W. H. Cotterill I II 'i: he o:i.::liitce .:f <'Lr: \":iiv u W: o Ji: e 'f" ,; t, mDl tratt'd. Icnp.

." ;' to carry out his threat. a party of nia-fe I dated Ann Arbor, Michigan, January 7, been :"-.-i. lug I he U \ec.t. vo ""'T' \i-t;,,(' I t: 1.' ; !..'"\ :. j0: # tive and} ..ced -i --- ---- -- -- --

ed men lode tin to his hou-e on Wednesday i which read something like this (Mi. l.ob- of tkt.t'flfl-ak I'
_: the :.v'th( lilt p.n.l riddle him wit i ; !;';m_ 1".t'or :1";' ': It' :il'n} (;n I &l.UO.Jr'N, ;\O For $889f4.

bucksho. Another negro vho was at I ertson refused to exhibit the telegiaui;: 1.n.a ;' ::. :" I.MU tnd"", iat a _.. ,. .J.lljn to vintemanirsrr7 all apphcacits.and[ ATTORNBY-AT-LAW

Spears' house, was our.d..i :in the hand, 'Detective wires from Detroit that the I :. o'cio !It O-) the .-.s.rning <\, rhat ,.:l\' a,1 ., ,.- -01f sp tolaatFear'scuatomortIwithout .
II Canada" ordering it.I" /... K o. ttoi 20 SAF&'Ii' FL:,-
want have to 11! si.vieis '
eople we gone th iii.t -
S but made his e* Sn t th it ti 'e :* r,1?- i:! .. ._ .
Will 'r&.tice in all the couatw cf the b> rCin
the -..siltjeopleof: that i-ecioii IKIM- Mr. Robertson explained this to m -an I II tht-ret '.I' ':' .tunklcjd 'hat :.11 'Ii- aM 1:1 ti8tt mstenco.UX.-er_ I G .rden.FJeldorFlOWf'rSeeds 'uit and Supreme Coart. 9

r;, teen wrrt: nj nut conspirators. and ar- I that the company's: private detectivwho .. chinch. r <.:i' 'hi* rectgniiii ''i tit ahould send far it. Address 1----------
I res in;; nr r.; md ',ning t..eiii befoe I had followed Mrs. Fiitnd: an.l the centennial alini"'e'hary. ,Detroit.BJich :n
off the .r..ii with ,_ _.
others in .4> 40"
Michigan,got ---- -- -
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:.... wee i iititrr arrest yesterdav and uj- min'otijra them at Detroit. and after as-uiing himself I Cosiiinption SureJ {;(u''d. JOHN rTsTSlTTCX & SON, AAttorneyatLaw
of their change of de,fixation. had
";"'n. \vvr flcfjU1ttl. A number I To ThE ZUI'lon-rlcIOe inlorm yonr reMilers an Ciieric.Lake .
,1'. nitn fi'e till r.iiiler arm. but things wired results: i resident t ott"ril.: I IJl"- .i i,t,"'iMv.. remeilx for tilt" r.hov"-liallwil<
are quieting down. "That is all i know about it. anvho \'.' I (hs.'as4', By Jtn tunelj u-t thnii! "'iiul> of bopc'-><:' Worth Dade County, Fkr.t
: / said :Mr Robcrtbou "}rom theo/ I that nil he I tad to-ci-d tv\o l00ltla' ftf m\' rt-mnlv nsri: loan,- Will furnish Abstracts of Titl.> to r.Je
S of the lelegrani 1 ; tou
; Is She Really Dead ? of Mnir leaders wi.> l>j\e rrnHuniipriO:, it tnvv will] lauds.T .
.: \ _ .1 spirators h:ive :eu J f they have an : st'iii nic tluir fXiri-x... Aiu! po-l! uace ddilit-S'. County
: there are really English warrants out to' 1 I, n..l'f-I.ulllly. 11n1>orter-i of iTl kiiuU ofHarmonicas ------------

:, CLCXT.LAXD, 0., .'an. 7.-Mrs. MarvHarrinpton : them, the Canadian: v,ill be glad to Lee< II T A. SLOCUM: M. C:, 1"', Feurl 5t., X.I'n 1-. I1iIt.h > B. BUKCI1FIELD,

: : wife of a vessel ('aptain.Wt? them." 31 ------------ .
4) 'inIen l.ii", Neiv York. 34t(11IN
,: .' taktn to ::::t. Alexis: ho pita:. last \\ eeusuf'.eiins Mr. Robertson laughed ovt'r the published iro'S Ths :
stories to the e.; ect that ri rid COUNTY SURVEYOR
j.v : : from drojSunday she di d. We oT-T One tlnmlteil UoMar! 1J"\\ IT.I fir )ii'rw '- I. Tkt.tT1N :,
the sugar sharper. is still alie. "That'oSall ; 1\( Catirrh that cuiiiot$ b.- onntl J,yUUinllnll's 4MAi'EN LANL NEu
.c :"- or at was p-cnoanced dead by the nonsen,' said he.'' Two U1 'n \\hon e l'u'U'rl'llrt'. I Orders:: by mail will receive iM l.l'lmr

:;: attending phy&icipn-s. An unde.-:akei' word is reliable] saw him in h s o n 1-.r riir.Nl.Y .. iiroanptt.To1.'.l\C. I attention as calls in IK.TWS.Addre .
\\.-. the 1I1I.1"1"111\.1.: Jia\e k'i.'wu l.' J <"!iftlf-"
remains Those men a; e W H. Cotterill and un. 'I'rf"'rl11"1' -i: GwtrjUiu, Fli.
was caUeJ! and piepared the :mburial. fOr tLeti't: 171 \s'ir'. :Inllti ljt \' t linn ji I
\ uncle who is now ii Florid.' oiabliu all l>ii-nt.'..< Iran*:u.ti(>u". nfuS ni:.vir ..l'!'r ___
; ,i On e'Yt'ar's day he retuiu-d "Just think of it," continued tin} able to iJiir> out ntij nblaton4 *o'ul.* l>y tlhrin ..i'r In:r'*'T'1. MauuUi-'-r-. si ti W.ic'1'".:tk IVaieraIr.fctru .
c with the hare and was abo f to plyc I his in all K'ftf -, F. ATKINSON.
treasurer. ad light filling H
a eyes
I \S'St \ trnx, M'ioV! ...jl.. 'Irl1 !i"t" T.\1.1.! '. ,"). tr. lii'ejj-,'. i.s 'I Xe' 1J.cid t .
the body in the casket when he wa a- .ten days ago the interest ot \XVtUlin'itu & \[.&r\iu, w.ll'! ! ounde : to cbben evidences of lift II terill and I held in that fraud was \\er.l d"too. fi'li',lo. Ohio Out T. inn Stntc Z4JOHN

the tUpbOed corpse The cheeks em $400,000( and it is not worth iOU I,I 1-:. H Van 1I..M.a., -u-Lii-r. T''v; ,I \iti' ,1:11 -----4------ .. I' JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

: flushed the hanus'had becom: soft ant cents.'' at.k Tol t.) O no. P. STKATTOX) A: SOX .
i I Hairs Caurrli Cure: is tikfii liit>r>i,illv. :u"'i"idiitttlv t For the Second Justice District c f t
; .,: p'iable and what appeared to be pen-m blood Hiid Hiiluwf ihi
.' ; upnii the) mucus bnporters van} county ; Court day, third 3OtI1I. r
; ration co erfd ti.e brow. Married at 89---Died at 102. \ftf-ni.: : Pri e .lie. I..r butt-! .
One of the.staff physicians made a ,I Sol.l by all Dnm;;!isr-*. :Hi :UIIl..olr..IlTr of each month.
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hastex..tminatlon and conclid-d : IBuckleir's Arnica Salve. ? ]'t'.It'r,. IU
Jan. 9.-Mrs. J. G.
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\ not the account body \\ as for lifele-its condition.. although The he
wa removed to Captain Harrington'shouse : of pneumonia at the great age of 1 It; bruises, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fen;

l..' and f unjier} ests were made but Not only v an she remarkable for: : sores, tetter ohappetj hands, chilblain, iIitJahi
years. (
\\ ithout avail, although there are a. yet corns and all skin eruptions' and posi-i \T'rl 'h n l'l'O .
her age. hutlo for the fa 't; :hat s-lu 11 u U ,
no s'gns: of decomposition; or even death cure'pih.s J or no pay required I

', beyond total tuspension of the circulatory WIS married at a time of life winch ul It i N guaranteed to rive perfect ati-faction 49'Maiden i A.). B. CMPBEL

and respiratory organs. Captain few peoJ attain. Her marriag IOO'H or money refunded. Pike 2o cent-

'J Hamilton: b?lie e3 that his \\iie i- ttill place just thnt.-en year to a day befor per box. For Kile by all lint: tore in Line II I I I .]Jacksonville:..

; alive and states tb,.t some ao she
.; years her death. Her husband, Dr. Ji un Titusville, and (In Indian lliver. NEYOUIL
: lay in a trance for SJ hours and was
was on!.- seven years younger th ir F. Stratton 2l Son's Celebrated
then i ho 'ght to be dea.1.J Advice to Mother ,
: --- --.- a es oting bj and .. years respectively China Urs.WnrsLoWs SOOTEINC Srnupshou1da.twsys I Russian Gut Violin Strings, I will Sell und Deliver at your t<
i at the lime of their nuptial Dr. ] be used when children are cutting teeth. It re
: : Wanted to be Cremated. had once been mavor of thi. \ it./. and] lievesthelittlesuffereratonccitproducesnatnral, I I 111L: IINI.; IN 1HE \\uiiul'. station :First.Class!
both of old families. Their quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes"bright I i Our (111ar.Ut'- ]'.:ier r..teiwitain-
( oine
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as a button. it is very pleasant to taste. I lainc (wIt I.CU >>t' lr-!
BUFFALO, N. Y.. Jan. 5.-The fires in healthas \cilient and soothes the thils.aofteos the gums,allaysall pam, r.ii.i1..ta:: lit WI.II J.. .Iq,. jot.,,: !' 1' u. lit-....,..trir.ze.tie. ?]EAITcS
fl : appeared younger by many year regulates the bowels,and is the best known remed y is o&Ht'.til2:-f11PI"i _'i'" ..1W I..tht"r ..iritgi'iLhesiit
Ihe Buffalo Cl'ematonw'ere star.ed: on han their actual age. Mr: Chinn r for diarrhcea, whether arising from teething or e1s.i.e ..!..I iI -i's-it 1.will lot' ntudeoMt or.i.on
Xew Year's tBeWMi'.- "f jtijtt.iti'.s..
.. Daughtersof F. B. GoddarJ. a wealthy a )le decree; She waa devoted ui!mbe.' lJt".l"1:11 I'll" ,...:..t :.'r .1"'' cat"-

New Yorker, who 0 .:elated in place of a of the Christian cnurch orCami ate,. ]olt': s.sipi'litd at IO\\"h prices. 34

"J.'; the cenominaf.on: is moie gene.a.ivterras1. LUS MONEY than any otter U=.* i a:
at the tnal option of
lergyman disj
Her hrge fortune was 1.tiP..a'j': C tiled Mtn.. I alwayn 'pnaiact lirrtraa*..
aaugnter's remain. Two of Mr. God- handled. The funeral took ;,lace on ri Opened for the Season. be aa represented. I n ill.bip a IUJO-(qaa

I ': dara's sons came with him. out one was from the church in hih she was : my bour man or woman en trial. an4 B i
jay i
so ill th. t he could not go to the riema- jnanied. Dr. Chinn survives hijgetl g Sa'A man who is interested in his own satisfactory, I will pay fl'f'ilbt and both 1160.W.a...
ash[ and $10 a month on a llano
tory and reinaine i a' his hotel. M wife, and i> tin in fairly: goo i heilth. welfare will be pleaded to know th.i t '{5 a month on an Organ till paid for-aeA:

Gcddard seemed an "bus i to a'citll ub- more tbau ordinary rent. On tbe.* *.fj'teriu
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Hch -.and would ltv neither mourner", anyone can own a '
She Fought Wild Cats. FREE CATALOGUE containing taD iaf
I minister nor assist .n t-. Tno girl s ody Keeps the finest oysterto be found in sheet )lu$ (.htringn. Violin. Banj*.. 6Lordeoii

.' \\aspropaied in the i sual wa\, placed : !,, aud in fact *".ry 3JuaJ& .
"S on the meral car imd wi-eeled (;n the MANDAN, Dilk.,Jan. *!.-Chas. Casperdone 'rlnitiiJc'. bat: Iii made and at Ten *w prieea. t'ead...

track .n'o :he chapel. )ir. i;< ddard )Ian an on Sun ' uis- [>lte Cataloirue. I bare 2O.. Or) pl *" t* .
:. ? : .. Jtc ..b' AX}) SERVED IX STYI.E TO UIT; PATRONS.Plain I utlc at lOcentisperenpy. $,01 OI5'4.$ S'
read a c, ape: from the Bible. prayeti. pose of some block :mdspend a dJyor :'-' .t JVC33 (DY' x..LiiJ liotlcat lOren taper copy J.f(Q JIo-b ., ,
andii'p.ated par 0 the tfpicupai burial .. '. .. .1 Standard ropularHedicr.l Treatise on I Vocal and Inctrumental. Matte at 'IIt' '
with fr.eiuls.: his wire and : .
ervic: ? l>"_.oie the b-xty! was con .;.;ncd two leaving I.t- : ... fl3fO th, l\emalunlecliijcNervous ('enL Any piece of sheet musts pcb.) ...& IIt
.. to the furnace. A-> the flames embraced two litt'e boys on a farm t.n: miles in the -C-. i j L'clilHy, Impurities of the Blood [ and Fancy Cake made to order. : tOpcrcent1ie1owpnb1Isbet.pTtces-1tD. LCatalogue.

S the ah1w. onktd ( overing of his dai gh- country. On Monday at III dnight :,11';:,. Baler's Drcnd abncji on hand.iljo pieces f'ub.. abed music _lxe, 19 crtt>

ter. the old man cried with emotion: awakened by l'rks from ,
Casperdone :i fii>t-cla.s Barber shop attached. A. B. Campbell, JacLonyihIr.1Mentlni
"Th clouds of heaven receive her mv
the henroost, and, gapping un ax, rau 510 I
,, cious dn -t. and not the worms of ti.e Meals ut nil honr ; from 5 a. in. to 11 p. m.Jarties thiai>aper.j _
;.;ra\e.- Atterwaid. when he had received into the back ,yard. to io\\'ed by th W's. I ] desirnjj; to leave on morning mailoats

his daughters:: ashes, he said: "I She too'c! in the situation at once Three > and hacks will plea,note this. *
I Rc4utmg trom Folly,Vice Ignorance.Ls:cesses or 0,000 Budded Trees For Sit
will consign them to the clouds, in accordance ildcats wore making a raid on tne Overtaxation. Enervating and unfitting the victim

with her dying wish." chickens. I for Work,Business,the Married or Social Relation. PARKER'SHABR

Rushing in at ti.e doorshe made HI ass Avoid unskilful pretenders. Possess this great BALSAM I *\ Low Prices.
-ork. It contains 3O ,royal 8vo. Beautiful
'- She) Drove Him On. at t e nearest icline. and it umurd a I, cmbocsed full pages gilt. l'rlce, only$1.00 by _. &-f.'. Cleanses and beautifies the hair. 6O.OOO in Nursery.
". her t oat. cut lung i.s *:la S m hershou.1 wi. vo..t-paid. concealed in plain wrapper. IllnsB :: Promotes a luxuriant growth.
,'" .r 4nJ. lacer :t1U,* it terubl ". Situ I :r ':': Trospectus FrE'e.1f von apply now. The --- Never Fails to Restore Gray Apply to W. II. SHARPE,
_ Hair io its Youthful |
II. M. D.,
PHII'ADlL'HI.\ Jan. 7.-The butcheryof MMsrcNhed! author, AVm. Parker. re-
.. and .
threw he animai, to the (0 a n.c MEDAL Prevents Dandruff and hair falling iDl.
I (! jved the COLD AND JEWELLED w___ AbOe.and_ Ci.liOatflrnrwI.t., City 1'
..: Anto; chillin by his partner, Jacob it a blow on the shoulder, but .t re.u ned from the National Medical Association
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:: SchOOl -vv.iich has horrified this city.has to the attack. Juick as a tlaih he eued j for the PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and n ------- ---
> the .k with her : PHYSICAL DEBILITY. Dr.Parkerandacorpa 1
infuriated cat by net
; had another link added to the story of of Assistant Physicians may be consulted eonfi-
.. the crliac o: the statement of Schoop's left hand and dealt if a tlu forehead dentially by man or in person at the effice of I Traveling North or South take the
.,r which shows of wit : the b ale of the a .. which TilE '!'KtlIUHYJEUICAL:! INSTITUTE
daughter, a degree
settld it f rever. I l\o.41 11lf1nrh St., HoMon.Mas, Jo whom all
bloodthirstiness on the part of the woman \ orders lor looks u. lettrri for advice should be
oeldoui equaled. This woman, according One of the other cats rushed at her directed as aoo' e. S. S. Lin
to the step-daughter, drove the and caught its teeth in her le?. cutt 11; I Ma,1.oiy

husband lo murder Schilling. She administered it considerably but hurried on throughthe
.S door and into the woods. The other
laudanum soda and other
:is poisons to the \ictim. She prepared a cat. tne largest othe lot.' \\ as crouching i(1 .- "Via Fernanc1.:1D.a.:: : JatcVOOZ1Nevi

t; rope and greased t. with which to hang in the corner app r nth deliberating

>" the poor man. and she finally: compelled whe hvir ,o fight o"run.. :Mrs. Casper- Aching *ulf! and Buck, Hip, Kidm-y and Uterine York and Florida Boston Philadelphia] and flu .
it when it made dive
her husband to hit the fellow on the done yelled at a ut Pain[ head. Previous to that she proposed to her throat and set its claws in her b ta t. I ?aiHK. -lievedin in one iiiinnte br thn CnrticuiaAn- .5

elope with Schilling::: kill him get his In the1g !e it got her left hand in i s. I .Pain J'la..ter, The first and only iti-t4ut4ue railing
teeth and broke the bones of t" o I.niccrh. i pain-1.i1hll str.qietittiig 1l4ter 'tJ: cut ; five
money and then return. She also proposed At of Pomn DUCt FEi1NtNDPi'
: for; diligent: or nKEi&IC.L ?nOl
\ that tee Oau .liter should marry a and in throwing the animal o.I it t..-ru f'0.. Eo"t011. I FRO 'RYOKK CITY' LTI3T 5Jt
',1 : lich man. murder bin and gat his prop- her night gown from her oody. As i; Pimp let".bla khratls, chapped and oily t-iiu cured i PIER 21. E. :: \ CENTRE &TBEET TVIIABF.
at her the second time she struc:i >y CUTICCEA SoAP. stTONI0. I
; erty. When the daughter refu-ed: to go jumped Ihe Iron Steamships! STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN
: into these e-cheuies the step-mother tried it a blow back of the right: ear fradi. ring .*', GRANDE.

7: ,: to murder her, and the girl tied from the the skull) and killing it instantly. : CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHPENNYROYAL deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. 'I
JKS.Are large elegant
": house. Mrs Casperdone \\aso exhausted that PILLS ,

S ; The woi>an has been arrested, and she Ml in a taint and is still con H ned to the best on the Coa t. .
;. murder her bed. Site ays she intends to ha.-e ID CSOS3 KilKHD)
be indicted
will ror with
(S along SCHEDULE.
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0rIdaaJ.1aesI, Bljr *I
stuffed reminder of the
the hide as a
her husband. reliable pin for Mte.
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: '" .,". ,. '. \ terrible ad Ask for CkicietMr'A EAmt Founi-BouxD, from Pier 21, E. River New York, December 3Stb,
Jo' : Diamond Brand! ,tn .
:"'- Called Him "Cheesy." ,-.,- ,wllw bozo.Mated wita 11th, 18th, 25th ; }February, 8th, 15th and 22nd.
.t.,. xa. At Dmrclrt*. .
'. Sentenced for Life. I .o other. All pill in I XORTII- from 4:30 train from Jacksonville.
oUSD Fernandina
< I board boxes pink wnppen,an dancer- ,
'J ".' : NEW YORK Jan. 10.-Rudolph Lim- n ':' oaa eouiterfelt. Send 4e. dump.)for .Thursday P.M.
particulars and**JIellef for Ladletl"f.. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Captain Wilder.............. Ii
..t. HINCKLEY Minn. .Jan. It.-Henrf' H. eg
berger of Newark has succeeded in removing Inter,bY fttllPll mail. 0,000'om .

: \,. the unpleasantness attached to Scott, ex-mayor of,this village, who shot I 'lhterCheinlcs1Co.3)1&dIsonSqPhUa.Pa.MADE LADIU who Says llaecUhem.o KuuePaper. STATE CITY OF OF SAN TEXAS ANTONIO, Captain, Captain W illiams.-Wilder................ ...,, '
t his He made .,
c .(.; Justice 'Depue to be permitted application to- and instantly killed D. K. Irwin Ko'2_ I, STATE OF TEXAS\ Cnr.tain'iIliams....................._ .. ?

: 4 .'_r remove the first syllable of his 'name so was found guilty of murder 'in the second WITH BOIUNG WATER.EP'PS'S. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.............. U H ..

I : t. .-_ that he might, be- called Berger. The degree.late Monday: night-and Tues- STATE OF TfEXAJ:?, Captain Williams................... .

i I papers in.the case were presented by his_ iay .Judge Crosby sentenced him to :*ere -Direct all rUigLt via Mallory Eteamihip Line trcm Pier Xa n Z B-..5r:lfUM .

.I .1 .. counsel yesterday,,,and the judge made a life sentence at Stillwater. Wh:'hisked (3-Speciil Age4ts are located asU principal point. through ITorlda, wb "m

I an order granting the petition, to go ,if he had anything to say Scott It;!, information obtained. .hckcnvtfl.andJeruawaM *<*.
tate4'OD8and berth fecnreil in >dTtnc from
-. into effect on February 5th. The necessary plied_ tho tears trickling down his GRA'rEFULCOMFORTING.O000A. JQ'"TnJn..Gr from F B.& X..R' run directly to ship' side at Fe aiidu>a.

I I documents have been sent to Trenton cheeks: "I, would rather have a roit"a ft iAny further Information can be obtained from jMa oBTiC*.H-
,t J to. go, 'on file in the s secretary u my,neck"than 'to say one word- to J. JL CTJTlilR, PaxteoKcr Ancut corner: Bay_and Iopn stnet, .

state,office., dIsgrace my family." when he shot E. W. SOTTTHWICS AgtnU Fernandas, Fla.It :-:

i I'., _:<" ... .In his petition. Mr.. Limberger- : t .said rh 'that rwin[ thro'aghthC.h ad he charged ,him: IX KAYilOND, General Traveling AgentJLljttprji m TOil
q' : < j "*", A .j -r A.' gith; alienating.hiarfwife's: ::. __ 00 Gpaejal Pi!JE 1- .
: -zCk
: !
-- .l WITH ;SWUNG .
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,.d J. this Disease That Is t c. -IS..t.ICTOB.. soa.GSiivr
t ,
;. "' "" ,tea
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; Coming' Upon Us? :-; f

:: lake thief at night it steals up- '>.::' J;;.':,1.l'"' a.""': s; .f".,4'r. ;:-:......J':wl 'c. Hardware and EVAPORATORSlVIILLS

ty The .' .:r.Z'0'.. '"
.fOt unawares. patients :a '!: : j :
r' on us : '.,'." ... ...-
b:1\"c pains about the chest and : ." ". ::: General Produce
sometimes in the back. CC>
t.' c e t fad' ., ,

,. They' feel dull and .sleePy ; the OF PORE COD LIVER OIL : :) .......... MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers' Supplies.For .
oath has a bad taste, especially .
t in the morning. A sort of sticky ASS SraPQPHOSPHITSSAlmost: f I Melbourne -Florida:

collects about the teeth. The 1 as Palatable as Milk. ; CO; Catalogue anil Copy of Sorghum
lime I A. M. Hamilton & Co.,
Appetite is :poor. There is a feel- i So disguised that it can be talien: Grower's Guide, acldreCHAPMM .>
digested! and assimilated by the most I ;rmerstl TTTUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
laidon the stomach sensitive stomasft, when the oil
heavy plain .
jn<*like a a cannot be tolerated; end by the comina.tlon = & CO H&DISOK IUD
+ l I Wholesale Dealers in ,
faint all .
sometimes a gone of'the oil with the hypophosp
; bites Is much more efficacious. ,
: sensation at the pit of the stomach fzurkal: bre as a fljsi producer i i, Into River Oysters THE

which food does not satisfy. The Persons gab rapidly irUIe taking it* I ,

arc sunken, the hands and SCOTTS EMULSION is acknowledged by I II + I FISH I AUT.OlVIATICSELF

, eyes Physicians to be the Finest cud Best
cold and clanInl Afterawhile preparation
feet become ) in the world for the relief and cure of j Cfq Green Turtle and Game.
r rHo
sets in, at first dry,
Al orders will receive prompt and careful at-
but After a few months it is attended GENERAL: DEBILITY, WASTING, j CD SuW tention,whether by telegraph -SKIMNIING-
DISEASES, EMACIATION, letter or person. I.
with a greenish-colored expect- COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. ; ANDPerpetual

The patient feels tired The great f"emedJo,. Oonsvmptian, and : f S d S !?' cnn mnk* 85.OO per
oratioij. Wasting in Children. Sold by all Dru9g lst i 00. M?.., nSa rr.T S AL*SSfe. We& telling beat our t.r eIVjr'.d
and does not
all the while, sleep b .I for low price A EvaporatorsAND s
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---- -
e+ IiJ)PLt" -IICtTOCJiIU.p-IIALniij :
After <:>
seem to afford any rest. a Poi! x lu}j. EnioojiM t padded slits:, goti' tvige,exten- ,
sioa cla-p. iioldintf 33 pas: + ct Cabinet ant Card
= ; time he becomes nervous, irritable pictures, sent for CIAO,rrtaii far iti5;bound also .\ THE
t.: !t b ir Japaacese Moroe. lUusirat*C"d circulars FREE
.".,' -1 III I and gloomy and has evil'forebod utt's Pills o I-STYLOF----: Et

ro.-.hPta&-'It-"Zlliln.t') C BUMS Improved Victory Cane Mill
;1 1tptf ings. There is a giddiness, a _('{,,("Inman. Ohio. it".1.m: :;

whirling sensation in the head l.'t ., doutle their money
}' ; of FOR TORPiD .1VR. : .r... <; .'i t.; "'.)PpilicgolrBRA.S OUR SPECIALTIES
"v.c :It
suddenly. The II! .flnl5hed Corrugated
'; : when rising up A torpid liver<:oranges the whole sys- r 3 A in Also Portable Soda Fountains.
\ Et-tUuiiL- rLl
the skin is !
' bowels become costive ; tem, and produces i Q cS. I :'' L hl .
r".I LJ .i)(,-.I !t'r''', I h ,(-, rtrrily. Gives
hot at times the blood ; ""r rte ', E :prices Lou anil Goods Guaranteed.
and ii.
dry ; Sick Headache 'f(;: 'Y. ; ,t : I. : .IT} lamps.: .
... .
) ? 'cam' ill 'J. z"l'f "I"I t": Mxrfs lori
- fJC .. .
thick and stagnant ; the H\ :: ':" ;:\ : : ;t> .i',1 : '0:' bay: the beet --------
becomes Rheumatism ...
'ti1 Costiveness ..
Dyspepsia, IiJ r 'Iillf: : (.0'- ct h1 U'" t: S.
become tinged I i--, ; "..1 :e L.v. "-:"'.;"' crCuhtr3f0Ji.rra.i. C. H. SCOTT. .
whites of the eyes P'. _"t< Y"c. ""' ",.' ,.
Sallow Skin and Piles. j ....( -C- ..;....,:.1. ,....nClli1 tI.l)
with yellow; the urine is scantyand ); 4 I I E.S TEIINl1AII1v1IESSIN' N
There is! no better remedy for these ;

tdt; high-colored, depositing There a sediment is- common,as a diseases trial will than prove.Tutt'.s 1'ricc LiterPills ,23c. i' CDtJ = Geo. E. Chase, ( SALOOX.

after standing.
:ridt1 : ; If want a clean and shave,
you easv:
of the food J2 1aJCJ
frequently a spitting up As clean barber ave.
I as ever g!
:; Chandler
' i sometimes with a sour taste and '- 6'L I Ship Just call on me at my salqpn, '

1 sometimes a sweetish taste; this is At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll .

attended with palpitation -II CURE 1 iYth cut and comb your hair with grace
.: } frequently Boat aud"e slc Supplies, all kinds
suit the of
' < vision be- Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks, contour your facet
:: of the heart ; the i 0 =. L1r' Canvass, Galvanized Wire To you I'll give a good sham 1 goo,
)R4mpt} with before r The art of which is known tew..
", comes impaired spots :; Slope, all sizes, Tents, to

-{: the eyes; tkere is a feeling of pros i Copper Taints Spruce, gal's Ladders, 1-2,caPs, qts. My ci&5or'!
.J-: tration and weakness. All of these I FFT1UWhen QtJo Spar Varnish, sal', 1-2 rays,qt.,pts. My shop is a ways neat and clean,
i Oils and Leads, all kinds. And everything I'm sure vou'll find,
symptoms are in turn present. It td F. W. DEVOE k COOS READY MIXED PAINTS, To suit the taste and please the mind.

is thought that nearly one-third of I say Ccrau I do not mean merely to i for Building orSailinf; boats
I In fact: anything And now to all who patronize intent}.
I Etop them for a time,and then have then return
I our population has this disease in again. I MEAN A RADICAL CUKE. t tDR Hart's Block, SO East Bay St., Just come along and bring your friends
forms. i have made tha disease of And I assure you I will try ,
of its varied
some FITS EPILEPSY or I Q ""d WIrr J,'-CliSOXI LE. FLA. My very best to satisfy. mayi.
It has been found that physicianshave J -- -- -- -- ---
: anJ mistaken the cause of this:
.' A life-Iung Btcdy. I remedy to I WM. H.. SHARPS,
:0-- disease. Some have treated it for a CURE the worst cases. Because others have It Iulo ] Iilm
:JK.: failed is no reason for net now receiving cure. I 8
liver complaint, others for kidney Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLK i td
disease etc., etc., but none of these Post OI ce. It costs you nothing for a I t '
, trial, and it will cure you. Address I
been attended
have -
i kinds of treatment: H.C.ROOT,M.C., IS3P A8LSTNEtfYQ2X, I In I
* with for it is really =
success; :E.I': "' -:t..M.L'l ;--' :; I
: .' Ala. 59Nri
constipation and dyspepsia. It is s: CITY POINT.

also found that Shaker Extract of l i I.In

mI Roots, or Mother Bcigel's Curative : Lands sold on long time with inter or

I Syrup, when properly prepared J1 secrq 'aJ I on the lease system, or for cash. .

will remove this disease in all its Lands cleared and planted, and cared for

be taken however 1 if desired ; by contract or otherwise.
Care must 4
stages. : w
8 Q
k ti 1 Y I If
I. to secure the genuine article. g r Pi. Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.;
: Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; I>. W.
IT WILL SELL BETTER THAN 'COTTOlt. I FEVER 't == = sO: and J. Stras,Tazewell Court House, Va.;

[ =-__- and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for
Mr. John E. Hemptinstall, of Chu- whom J have made crroves.

,; lafirmee Cleburn Co., Ala., writes: :. t:: b'
!a "My wife has been so much bene- iifJ If any dealer says he has the TV L.Donelaf
J !I KS9BSB Shoes without name and price stamped ox
)11II'II fitted by Shaker Extract of Roots. <=C> the bottom put him down a* a fraud.
S J COtr
", or Mother Seigelrs Curative Syrup 1 I 11a1i1u. .
e:. 'rather be { ot4cD YOUR HOMEIS >
0& y that she says she would M a. i i:

1 without part of her food than with- t*l s. .. v PV: : r.. t 9 il. I k-t F NOT FURNISHED

out the medicine. It has done her 13 CALLED rmViondanui '

,i more good than all the doctors and i Gh'ili: and Fever Excsiie, : 1 -J IYI WITHOUT ONE. *
[t ceres the chII:: and fever t k all other medicines put together. I ;ivos an sppctlte,bricsii-'jjstresijtufcuii: fctulth to:!cW S\.?.\' \lI,(.a.Nov." 1,1888. t
Thousand Southern Homes made
= : r.Lippman Forty "
would ride twenty miles to get it Hrnthel"l.rhoIl'ale Drusscist! I happy with fine instruments since. 1S7O .
iP and still the good work goes! on.3OOO
into the hands of any sufferer if he !ole manufa"turers and proprietors. Lip r pV : Pianos end Organs sold but year.
I mann block, Savannah, Ga. 112 5OOO oar mark for thi year.Lower Prices;
I believe
can get it in no other way. Better Instruments; Easier Terms and =!

it will soon sell in this State xr greater Inducement sale.Thousands. will gain as this Increased -

I t-d of Hornet yet unsu"ppIJedvlth l. fFj r.
better than cotton. today be enjoying
Ip.p.pJ] IpIP.P1 Instruments that might
t H 1t = them through our easy system! ofaelling.
TESTIMONY FROM TEXAS. CASH to pay down not needed. We hare <
A FLAN by which, WITHOUT RISK,any
(Prickly Ash, Poke(toot,and Pot:1S!:m.) =t 0iV one can obtain an Instrument of any Style
Mrs. S. E. Barton, of Varner, or Price making either 3IONTI1LY,
W. L
Ripley Co., Mo., writes that she S paid for meanwhile enjoying use of

had been long afflicted with dys- SYPHILIS l o> Instrument.No extortionate prices. No Risk. No Forfeiture t- $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.Beat FOR .
C of all cash paid if Installments can-
pepsia and disease of the urinary on1sry.tld Tertiary Syphilis,Syphilitic not be promptly paid. Contract.perfectly In the world. Examtn hU
FAIR and EQUITABLE protecting purchasers 85.OO CEJTDXNK!* >-8EWKn SHOE.
Scrofula and Scro!aloes Ernp-
organs and was cured by Shaker Eruptions and Old Sores Rheumatism and from all imposition or loss 84.0O HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE..
Ulcers .SIIOC.
tiona. 83. 0 POLICE AND FAR:: iEltT
Extract of Root?. Rev. J. J. McGuire all diseases of the blood i all those that have J-d Write ns and we will point out the way toget 82JIO EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely 83.25 WOItKING3IAN'S 8HOE.
merchant of the same place, to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great a fine Instrument Easily and at a Low 83.OO and 81.7 3 BOYS* SCHU L SHOES
Button and Lace.
Blood PcrJfer.Is Price; Wonderful bargains for FalllS8S. AU made la Congress

who sold Mrs. Barton the medicine, ---' Better than any before offered. Prices W. L. DOUGLAS

says he has sold it for four years SCROFULA .-' Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL S3 SHOE LADIES.FOR

and never knew it to fail. an impurity In the blood rrtxlucins LTEnpa or fI --&- OFFERS: I Best Mrterial. BeAt Style. Best Firtlnsr.

Leg Swelling,or.Feet causing for the Running cure of Sores which on use: the P.Arms P. P.,, .P-I = Upright Piano only $200 It not,sold,. DOUGLAS.your dealer BKOCKTOX.write MASS
WAS ALMOST DEAD.I the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these *
SHE diseases yield readily to the power cf P. P. p.. CFQ, 734 Octaves-Overstruncr fcale-Three FOR SALE BY
new life and new strength. Strings-Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed
was so low with dyspepsia that giving CD -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,SGOO.

there was not a physician to be I BLOOD POISON Parlor Organ ony $65Four C._ J. HECTOR,

with Sets P..ceds-U Stops Couplers- :Melbourne Fla.
C found who could anything
Ccred bits worst form; sometimes in cases with Handsome Case. Catalogue Price,8200.
heart Erysipelas,where the patient was In Eternal P: nana
me. I had tluttering oven np by tte phJ1liC 3.D3. In some cases: Stool,Cover,Instructor,Music Book NOTICE.On .
and of the head. One Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was a and all Freight Paid.
swimming mass of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. Wl3mol Stock the 4th day of Febrway
n Other 5perfof Offers just air good. Largest Monday
the disease yielded
day I read your pamphlet called procured,: q i t South to cJunsefrom. TEX GELID XAKEBS. ISSO. I will apply to Hon. )linor! >. '
'*which dis- '-- I $00 Different Styles. Can suit all buyers. Write Jones Connty.Judge of Krevard County.Fla. .
"Life Among the Sfiakcr, for cct'ilogucs,circulars and Free Copy of our new .. for leave to quit clalrfi the interes
4 cribed disease better than I paper"Sharps and Fids"firing full and valuable Texas Sheffield a minor. in and to the
my And hi an A3ectio of the Blood P.I*.P.standsdone information.
could myself. 1_ tried the Shaker : end unrivaled, trd sere of its cures arereally following; real estate In said county ;
wonderfuL REMEMBEROUR East half northwest quarter of south wet*
Extract of Roots and kept on withit If,you Blood suffer Poison from.Anything Ulcer,Old like:Sores Syphilis, FJjeumatira ,Scrofula -- OUR EASY LOW PRICES.TERMS. quarter section 2!S,and northeast quarter t.f

until to-day I rejoice in good or any disease of the blood, Le sure sad ONE PRICE ONLY. othwes-t quarter sectiojl : 5, township 21
give P.P.P.a trial. HANDSOME OUTFITS. south, range 35 east; also loU 1,2 aDd) 4

health. Mrs. M. E. Tinsley Bre-. via P.) secret patent Asa, Poke medicine end the Potas-manyon 1.. '"",.".... BEST STRUMEXTS. section. 22, township '31 south, range :;7
vier, Muhlenburg Co., Ky. i the market.: Its formula la on every bottle, ALL FREIGHT east; and southeast: quarter of feouthwt,:
thus pivinsr a guarantee of its parity and whole.eomens3 ,.,. 15 DAYS' section 0, township2Houth, rant;
address i that no ether blood purifier doe give. "" ,,: ... MONEY SAVED ALL.LUDDEN&BATES. quarter
For sale by all druggis>7 or I ."' ". ;.- Jo east. !
: <
A..1. White, Limited Lippaysn Bros. Tholesile Drn:'.*:sty, Enid aians. AV.S.Kiaj G antran.
the proprietor, Li block, Satan,. .. ... '
scorers and proprietors piaan i MUSIC HOUSE. SAMSSAH, BL Titus intJ.Fla,JaD.,W., IS '.
--. -
54 Warren St., New nabG& .. '' '" > '::' : ;-
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: :

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Sr ; '. e .' '. : : '.: ;.,;.. '_, ., \:: : :';""':;;'*""..; :t: '**" ,o--j' v ,'j'-' : ::i:. '" :*'"*, ; i < :
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,, t F, "')1oft": .rrH1D- .LoRm- A.. sT-A Rk) :THURSDAY'. ,"".. ,AN/17; ," 1889."." .

4 LOCAL JLACOXICS.- -Look in at Mrs.\ Lowden's hen you -

j, -Two thousand choice two-year-old come Titusville and 'see the bargainsin ThisSpace is Reserved

;' lemon'.and ten thousand orange ,buds for millinery g ods. Great, 'reduction of ROY4Iruoyr .' v ., forThePeoples's

sale by E.S. "Wiley, Titusville, Fla.' prices in trimmed h ribbons, feathers, .

,;Foster's patent ladies kid gloves, all] laces, etc. Miss\ Ada Burr has opened a

sizes, 78c at the.Bazaar.. l dressmaking branch in 'Mrs. Lowden's, ROYAL, cs. rY
f I where she hopes to meet the ladies of ,0s.
-Dr. Holmes of City Point, was in I Cash
Jitusville and-vicinity, and also those Bazar
town yesterday.Dr. ,. a
residing on Indian River, who can com- :
Gilbert's health-promoting cor- pare her work' and prices with former +I yp 5 jOn

"sets, 79c at the Bazaar.: artistes in her line.

.: Small card parties have been quite -At last Titusville has gained fame ,

the fashion in town lately. and notoriety. We are to have a real, Corner, next to Railway Depot, TitusYille.i ''

Captain Fisher has been quite busy live circus on the 5th of next month,

this week renovating his schooner, Ellie. which, we understand, will be a goodone.

-New goods have :arrived at the Peo- A large billing board has been

ples'Cash Bazaar and goi\g like hot cakes erected by the circus authorities on

.-Mr. C. J. Hector, one of Melbourne's Washington avenue, so our townspeoplemay 4K1$0

,prominent merchants, was in town yes look out for some startling placards FAIR WARNING TO ALL.
terday. before long. We have no doubt but a

large number of our residents on Indian
-This office returns thanks for a beau- .. ..
River will pay a visit to the circus on the POWDER
tiful bouquet of flowers, presented by
above date. We hear that excursion PB.ZCES ARGOaIlTGr: O7O DE..OP.
Mrs. Siraonbon.
rates will be allowed by rail and steamer.
-:Mr. and Mrs. Morton, who made along Absolutely Pure

trip down the river, returned to I -Our Councilmen have been very This powder never varies. marvel of purity, If You Don't Want to Get Hurt, "Stand from under." 3i
busy since their election, meeting twice strength and wholcsomeiicss. More economical
town Frida3vening. than the ordinary kind" and c nuot be sold in
monthly with of business hand.
on competition with the multitude of low test short ---
-TIe\ S. IS. Carpenter passed throughhere Our city finances are in a condition weight, alum or phosphate' powders. Sold only incans
last prosperous Royal Baking Powder Co., 10; Wall Street TO :RENT.
Saturday 1
religious I the different committees perform- :New York.LOOK. EACOTT & CO. ji
services down the river. ,
ing their duties with promptness and efficiency ;"
-Kev.J. T. Huntington and son's ge- having several new streets laid TITUSYIIXE, FL."., I A ONE STORY AND A HALF -
nial countenances were amongst us this out for the men to work who are sum-
week,the reverend gentleman preachedto moned for road duty ; ordinances passed I
a good congregation in the Episcopal beneficial to the town, and public sanitary Chimney

Church Sunday.Mr. measures to be enforced so that b)" The Brilliancy of Gas, with the convenience GUTTERING, ROOFING, '",

Durst finished the first contracton next summer we will have one of the of a Hand Lamp. Saves from 50 to.. And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
75 per cent. of oil by actual test. Burns i At MIMS, near Station, .
Artesian well number 2, drilling to a cleanest_ and best-goveriied municipalities I
the lowest grade of kerosene oil with per- GALVANIZED WORK, .,.
depth of 220 feet, getting a salt flow, but in the State.It I fect safety, as it is positively nonexplosive.The : .
saved from and oil And of all kinds AT $G PER MONTH.Mrs. \D1JR '.
not so large as the first one. He has con- is quite amusing to see the negroes amount chimneys :
for than for lamp. "J
one more
year pays*
tracted for a further depth of 100 feet. endeavoring to avoid the :Marshal and For descriptive catalogue, etc.. addressJ. -

-Our correspondent who was to write deputy,who are seryingstrcet summonses. TURNER, TITUSVILLE, FLA., Location : MAIN ST., hear rh'cr32 l K. J. II Hamilton City Point 1, Fla.1

up the District School entertainment has They give our principal thoroughfares a JFu
failed hand in for wide berth, and do not I Agent for the WAXZER LAMP CO.,
to it insertion, but we now congregateat -
for Brevard,Orange and Volusia counties. Gr. UC AaA ;
will be sure to have it next week if we the street corners. It also seems very ,

have to write it ourselves.We strange to find so many of our venerable Pres.Refers L 11.,uy Bank hermissiou; J. A.,Miller to Capt., Grand James View Pritchard Hotel ,; ,
Others-who, heretofore, we thought s-o G. W. Mackenzie, ::?. H. Kay, Lewis & Pnrdey and (Formerly of the firm of Huckabay A:: Budjrc.
had the pleasure of a call from others. 23 "
Mr. J, E.1.. Hodgson, of Eau Gallic, young-swear by all that is holy theyare '
over forty-five. These Will Open a Large Stock:\of
yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson, ac- GRAND YIEVI HOTEL: .
be served all
companied by Miss\ Florrie and Master jrill on able-bodied men, y

Kingan Hodgson, made the trip to Titus- Between the ages of eighteen and forty- .
villein their sharpie, Belle.T. five, who have resided in our town Overtwentyone TITUSVILLE, FLA. Furniture and Bedding .

: days, without fear or favor,
Hatchett & Co. have sold and delivered -0- .
and if any man in town is sharp enoughto
to the largest In January at their old stand, and solicits the of all hi.
orange growers patronage : .
hoodwink our officers they deserve a The most centrally} located Hotel in 1 City -
nineteen thousand, fancy improved Ban- deal of credit. Haye you been served fri nds on the river. 3'i l
gor birch orango boxesT d yet have on -0-
with a summons? is the all-important
hand ten thousand of the same for sale. I NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN TI R..OOFI1'TG :
question going around town.
If you want the best box on the market,
send in your orders at once. -Dr. B. R. Wilson and Mr. E. L. Open all the year round. Table Unsur- .

-Our town has been quite lively during a Brady committee were appointed to see to by the the erection Council of a passed. Bath Rooms Free. Guttering andCorrugated Metal Work of all Kinds Ca!

.the past week with drummers, every fountain at the junction of Main street Rates, S2.5O & $3.00 per Day. ,
branch of trade being represented and
and Washington avenue over the artesian SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK. Iron Roofing r
from their pleasant-looking countenanceswe ,
well. Several have sent in drawings and ,
are under the impression they were J: .MILLER, Proprietor.
estimates, and if accepted we will have I Galvanized Iron Cornices. :
well satisfied with the amount of busi-
a very elaborate structure. It is proposed r;s
ness done with our tradesmen. have a large cemented basin at the base INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY TOT BY THF; BOX, SOLDER, TJN ERS' SUPPLIES, CT('.

-Mr. Hutchinson the has commenced in .I.of the fountain, 2ft. Gin. deep, holding Estimates Given and Work Executed l in all Parts of t the State. ;-:
right good earnest completion of his sufficient water to be of service during a PICKENS TURNER

hotel, which he thinks will be finished in conflagration, and a perpendicular pipe 26 W. T. COTTER, Sanford, Florida. 1

a month or six weeks. He is greatly dis- with a small basin attached, making an Photographer, I '

appointed that he did not have it readyfor umbrella spray into the larger one, the Views on East Coast and Indian Rivera WE CALL THE ATTENTION )

winter travel earlier but expects to overflow being carried away by a buried Specialty. "

have it ready for them on their return drain into our ditches. The top of, the OF Has PRESIDENT the only CLEVELAND Authorized PHOTOGRAPH AND PARTY Of the people of Indian River to our stock of Goods, r-

-> giving them a foretaste of the future. pipe is to be surmounted which we are offering at very close margin.We .
by an elegant that has ever been made during their
make of
-Don't imagine that because we haven and useful street lamp quite a necessityfor travels. Orders by mail receive prompt a specialty \

t agitated the wharf question it has such a prominent location. attention. 49-6mo.

died out; on the contrary, our ener- -The schooner, Lady Bannerman, .T. PRITCIIARD, President.W. M. BROWN,Cashier. Groceries Grain Hay and Flour t

getic tradesman, S. H. Kay, has got from Jamaica, bound for Jacksonville ,

quite a good list of subscribers in town. with a load of cocoanuts and bananas,
INDIAN RIVER BANK which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of '
He purposes going down the river in a was wrecked, on Sunday, on pur coast,

few days.. where we expect- from. what opposite the Haulover. .Cant.& T. Currv.. GENT'U FDRHISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,

we have heard, he will meet with our was interviewed by our reporter yesterday Titusville, Florida.A Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly to

most sanguine expectations.We : and he stated that on Friday evening GENERAL, BANKING BUSINESS TRAN their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.

.- are informed by Mr. Jno. L. last the wind blew very strong and SACTED. We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

I Howard, of the Clyde Lyne, that his there was a heavy sea. When the Exchange bought and sold. Special and E. L. BRADYROBBINS -
prompt attention given to collections. Loans .
company has made a reduction in the schooner reached about ten miles southof negotiated on first mortgage for Savings
Canaveral Light the foremast Banks, Corporations and Individuals. Interest
orange rate from Jacksonville to New was carried -
allowed time
on deposits.
York and Boston. It is now 25c. per away ; they cut it loose, and still Advances made upon available collateral. & GRAHAM,

box to New York and 30c. to Boston endeavored to make Jacksonville. When Approved business paper.discounted.

and Philadelphia. With the Clyde'sth'rec about fifteen miles north of the light, Drafts on all parts of Europe. A.

I steamers a week we have no doubt the wind and sea increasing, she became Business done at Jacksonville rates.
but what they will come in for a good sd unmanageable that the captain anchored Every favor, consistent with sound

share of the orange shipments.On her, on Saturday, when a passing banking, cheerfully extended.
schooner, the Moustelle, bound for Jacksonville w
W. W. Skinner .
Saturday, met
t CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville, ,
ti i with a very painful and serious accident I took off six of the crew, the. Jacksonville, :Fla.; The Seaboard National LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Bank,New York. 23
captain and a colored sailor named Bob
the he ,
1 by stepping off lecomotive, havingfractured
his kneecap.Ving to Mr. j Lang, staying with her. On Sunday, at Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.

I Skinner having been out of employment I two p. m., a heavy sea was running and TH E, TROPWL1) \ Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent
the schooner .
parted her anchor. The = ==-
for some time, the accident left him in a I in twelve months.
condition and : captain then hoisted what sail he could Residence lots in Titusville from
pecuniary any charitably Ladies' & Gents'HESTA.URA.sTT. $20 up to 81000.
.. disposed person wishing to donate any- and run her on the beach, when he and / Business lots from $250 to S2,500.

thing towards:) his necessities will be the colored sailor got safely ashore. On .

esteemed by'the sufferer, who will be unable Monday she became a total wreck, the Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands

to resume work for the next two wayes having smashed her to pieces, Xear Railroad Depot, ,

months. Donations will be thankfully: strewing her cargo and debris all along More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every
i received and taken charge of by the the beach. Some citizens, from the county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable

Editor of the STAR. laulover, went over to the beach and I Mrs. L. A. Mackenzie, Proprietress. Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price 1 per Acre and

: brought the captain and his man across:: -- --<- upwards.P. .
i -For Cash Button hole twist Ic full
: They lost all their personal effects, sav- 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .
i 100-yd.; black silk thread 3c; spool cotton lug nothing but what they stood up in. MEALS & LUNCHES.

f 2c;; best brass pins 4c; American pins IJc The schooner 100 tons burthen .
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: pkg: socks 4c up;good note paper 6 sheets owned widow '.
was by a lady at Green Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. 31. D-
t! Ic;;black ink 3c; best machine oil 3c; Turtle Key, Abaco. The captain and SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM,

; hammocks SOc to$1.32; scissors 4c to 32c; his man are well known to Dr. Wyley JELLIES, ETC. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

, whisk brooms 5c; suspenders 12 to 20c; and Captain Joe Smith,of this place, the

Island City knitting cottont2ic; crochet sailor having made se"eral"oyages from BREAD, CAKES & PIES. Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands in Ilre"ard -
< blacking brusheg,towels, napkins Table Board at Reasonable rates. Fami- ,
cartridges, in fact anything you want, at during the war. They left, yesterday, lies served. Titles Examined and Perfected.
the Peoples' Cash Bazaar cheaper than for Tampa and Key West, from which

you ever bought it before. place they expect to be forwarded home. DECIDED HOME COMFORTS.c Box 25O, Titusville, Fla.

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