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 31, 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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r : ; 1889. NO. 41.

I THE'FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL AND. 'SE11II TROP IJAL EXPOSITION Melbourne. 1 fonearly ten days. They will be deliv- weather-bound on account of high winds

J: "Den sich anudder fall ob rain ered immediately and thirty or forty and rough river.

It was so monstrous hebby men put to work and an asphalt roadway -
k Mr. and, Mrs. Maine came in on the S.
The ribber rose immejitlyAnd -the material for which is on the
V. White few since.
a trips
f busted froo de lebby
a ; constructed from the
I'x And all de folks wuz drownded out," way river to the Mr..J. B. Merriwether left here last
;-- ocean. The road is to be of standard
Or nearly so last Tuesday night. For- Wednesday for Melbourne.Mrs. .
guage, and may be but the beginning of
1 tunate indeed, were those who had tight
something more. By the way, the types was called away very
roofs them. Rowboats filled
over were
I suddenly a few days to see her father
t .
made last week the wharf
us say was
nearly full. Mr.\ McQuaigs sailboat who was very sick. She is expected
: hundred feet It shouldbe
6= : nearly one long. ,
T Spray dragged anchor and went ashore, hundred. back every steamer now.

p'' but was gotten off unhurt.T. seven
1 :. l st c '..f ; U. D'OxoHU. l\lr. Frankie B. Everett has just pur-
& H. McCoy has been painting the .
N \ I chased a fine young horse. Give us a

.,.. Seward cottage, which he bought some Florida Orange and. Vegetable ride, Frank. Trr-WILLOW.
;: tL months Auction.
\!. ago.Messrs. 'L

., Alexander have returned from JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Jan. 25, '89. Lake Worth.

of.. w., rr down the river with their Splendid weather.
a trip sloop
.:;..; y az I Editor Florida Star: .
Osprey. They had good success, plenty I DEAR SIR-You are perhaps aware The Bessie B. is ready for business.

I of rain and some mosquitoes. that last season an exhibition of cured The Deerhound is again in commission.

Mr. Henry has begun improvementson fruit by our preserving process was madeat Josiah Sherman and wife arrived on

4. WII1L OPEN the tract purchased from Mr. R. W. the Sub Tropical in this city, lasting the 18th.
AT OCALA, JA? 29th, CLOSES MA Fist, 1889.
Goode. Lumber and materials have arrived many days after it was impossible to
The Emily B. left for Jacksonville on M
:.. for his cottage, and we expect to keep up the display from the fruit in its the 21st. ,

Cocoa. I I and the Peck House. Their cheery see'it up very soon. natural state. I feel confident that all

Sailing seems to be the fa"oritcamusc- lights are most welcome to the "home The garden of S. F. Gibbs shows how who saw it at that time considered it a MissAlida Brown i.s ]home again from

ment of our young people. folks" as well as to strangers on dark little damage frost has done here. Irish perfect success, and since that time further her Jacksonville trip.

\..,. Cbojr practice at the Episcopal church, nights.Dr. potatoes, cucumbers, tomatoes, peas, experiments justify me in stating Miss F. C. Spencer arrived home on

on Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. Oscar Wilde Blank has just finish. mustard, turnips and many other things that an orange need no longer be considered the 21st, after a long visit in the North.

Mr.\ M. B. V. Ives very kindly contri- ed a neat and cosy; little house near the are flourishing finely. as perishable fruit. Now, whatwe The Ina got to the inlet too late to get

t buted five dollars to the sidewalk fund. one he now resides in on the river bank, Miss Libbie White, who has been con- want to say to your many readers is, out as intended last week, but she may

but its object is kept in the dark by the that we want them to use it, when they make it next time.
The Tarpon is being painted and fined to the house for several weeks with
put doctor who i is "old will be convinced of all we say; in its fa The
in order for the use of the winter an bachelor, and rheumatism has so far recovered that she schooner Edna is here now with

tourists. knows how to make himself a subject of I was able to take a short walk yesterday.We vor. Any party who has fine fruit and photographers on board, who are taking

F interest and speculation to the maidens i trust her improvement will be rapid will agree to cure one-half dozen boxes, pictures during pleasant weather.
Capt. Schoonmaker has rechristenedhis
following directions and instructions
young and old. and my The B. is
permanent.We again on the to
sloop, and she will be known hereafter way
and send one box to me to be exhibitedat
The residence of Mr. C. W. Harrison is Jacksonville for another load. She took
as the Matte S. are very much pleased to record a the Sub-Tropical as an evidence of
going up very fast under the skillful up some limes, tomatoes and turtle from
Mr. Walter Goodyear conducted afternoon great improvement in the health of Miss what can be done, on'application I will
, hands of Mr. Baldock] and Mr. Weinbergthe here.
services at St. Michael's\ Episco- Susie DuBose, and are pleased to hear send the material and instructions howto

pal church on last Sunday.Mrs. contractors; and we judge, from pre she is able to take short walks out of apply. Anticipating inquiries The Hitchings half of the Melbourne
many ,
#. sent appearances, that Mr. and Mrs. firm of Morrison &
painting Ditchings
doors. Our genial climate (if we get
I will simply the materials not
:\ B. Koerger of N. Y. reached say are
Harrison will have handsome
a wellas
as arrived on the 23d. The other half
any real Florida weather), will soon restore expensive and the application is was
Cocoa on Friday night. She came to a comfortable house ready for their very already here.P. .
the roses to her cheeks. simple and when the flavor of
> join her husband, who is a recent resident occupation before spring. applied

;;;; of this place. Encouraged by the growth of orange I the fruit remains entirely unchanged, Lennon is again in the doctor'shands.
r Divine service and the celebration of but the fruit is improved in Possibly it is the prospective
and lemon trees on the peninsular placesof appearance
; Col. and and Mrs.\ A. Becker of Montreal
Holy Communion will be held next Sun in the administration
that is af
C. J. Hector and J. H. Phillips, Mr. Very truly yours,
Canada, are the guests of the Hotel i day, Feb. 2nd, at St. Michael's\ Episcopal A. S. MANN, fecting him so seriously.The .
Branch has begun planting an
Indian River gain this season, and are I orange
church at 10:30 o'clock
a. m.
General Manager.\ sloop Suwanee is here from Jack-
and lemon on his homestead. F.
welcomed back by their many friends. (standard time), by Archdeacon S. B. grove!
Malabar\ is sonville with a Government officer
W. Comstock, Esq., of setting on
; The west wind on Monday afternoon Carpenter. Afternoon services will also Georgiana.Mr. board who is
.' out the furnishing the trees here looking after United
was very heavy, and cold enough to re- be held on the same day by Archdeacon from his grove and Mrs. Lyman, from Kenosha, States land business, it is said.

mind us of what our Southern 'friends Carpenter at 2:30 o'clock p. m. (standard nursery. \ \Vi ., are back with us enjoying their
Arthur Hardin
arrived from
are enjoying (?) in their faraway homes. t Last week (Tuesday), the sloop Etta Florida winter home. Georgiaon
the 18th and will remain
meIr. permanentlywith
Capt. Cogins and Mr.\ Joins are very II. J. Tiffin, of Montreal\ ], Canada, arrived at Melbourne with the body of Mr.\ Charles Clement and family, from us. He will bring his family down

f successful in reached his Thurs- Mr. S. F. Robbins, of Hamilton, N. J., Rutland Vt. arrived here the 17th
.' catching the finny tribe, grove at Courtney on on late in the For the
.. season. present he b
.: and they can give substantial proof of day last, and is looking as usualwellI who died at the Narrows with hemorrhage inst., and are now domiciled in their with his cousin
stopping Dr. IV. A. Har
;''F, the abundance of fish in the Indian and jovial. He already has two artesian of the bowels. In obedience to his comfortable and pleasant winter home in din.
I wish that his body should not be interred
River wells his and his
-one on upper one on Georgians.
,. south of Melbourne] he was ,bur- Church services on the East Side Sunday -
: Miss Kate Eyer, a charming young lower orange grove-and intends to have Mr. and Mrs.F. C. Allen have been recently -
ied here. The gentleman wag very ill ; morning, preaching Rev. E. Gale
lady from Iowa, arrived on the Indian Mr, Albert Magruder sink another wellat made the happy parents of another -
again in the afternoon the service
when he arrived on the river about three ,
River last week. She intends to spend the Hall hammock, his sugar-cane little daughter in their pleasant home.
and being then conducted by Rev. J. N. Mul-
weeks ago, was too near the end for
the winter at Merritt with her cousin, place.A May these little ones live to make their ford the
even our climate to benefit him. Episcopal minister resident.
Miss Kate Eyer, of that place. gay picnic party came from Merrittto parents happy in coming years. There was Sunday school, also, on the-

Rev. James Bolton preached to a large Cocoa on Saturday last, to enjoy the Among the passengers on the St. Lu- The frequent rains have kept away West Side as usual.It .

and most appreciative congregation on day in the picturesque orange grove of cie we noticed Mr.\ C. J. Cragin and his drought so far the present winter. Here that
seems on the B. I. R.
Mr.\ Harry Eyer. The party consistedof father. Mr. C.'s place at Lake Worth and there field up they
0 Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. in., on a planted to vegetableshas have heard
more news about than
the subject of "Worship." He preached Mr. and Mrs. Lapham, Miss Kate wilt be worth a journey to see in the not suffered through excessive wet know us we-
ourselves the
as following extract
: again that night at 7 o'clock p. in. I Eyer, of Iowa, Miss Ollie Lapham, very distant future. One attraction, will weather, but the higher lands have not. from letter will
a explain :
Miss Kate Lapham and others, who sail- be his cactus garden Mr. C. shipped to Good weather from this out will both develop -
Mrs. and her
Lyman pretty daughter, "DEAR FRIEND have been told that
ed across the river in Mr. Lapham's trim his place this past summer over one and and mature our vegetable for
Miss Florrie have moved into the little crop the
one-half panthers are so numerous you folk]
and Restless.An tons of specimens from New
lovely new yacht
the market.
pink house owned the late Mr. Burn- ; early spring
: by Mexico South America, Arizona Cali- can scarcely keep a dog. Mr.. Davice told
:, ham. Mrs. Lyman will fill a long felt unexpected but nevertheless highly Mrs. Owen,of Louisville, Ky., the wid- me that some of the people told him thai
fornia, etc., and now has the largest collection ]-
want liy supplying Cocoa with fresh appreciated contribution towards our !I of cacti east of the Rocky Moun ow of the Rev. Mr.\ Owen, who died in they would give $;5\1<) have them killed.If .

;, bread, cake, etc. sidewalk fund arrived a day or two ago tains. that city several years ago, arrived hereon they will insure me that I will comedown

',; The constant fall of rain ]lately in this from Mr. Samuel Moffat, of Chatham, the 19th inst. on a visit to her two and kill all in the settlement. I

section has proved most unprofitable to N. Y. He was a guest of the Peck The St. Lucie arrived on her down sons of this place, James and William wish you would see if they will make

the orange shippers, as it causes the House last season and was most favorably trip on Friday evening, and many peo Owen, whose uncle and a brother of their that offer. If they will, pleaStlet me

oranges to drop from the trees, and the impressed with Cocoa. Upon seeing pIe visited her. She i is a fine boat, and deceased father operate one of the largest know at once.."

the article in the FLORIDA STAR about will be attractive to tourists. We shall
;f:: dampness prevents safe packing and wholesale boot and shoe firms in Louis- Well no one here wants to make any

i shipment of the fruit. the entertainment given for the benefitof miss the faithful little S. V. White, that ville, if not in the South. such offer, as there are not quite enough

our sidewalks, he generously for- was rarely behind .time, and Captain Mr. and Mrs. Frank :Morrison have panthers around to warrant such an en-
: \ Anderson of New
and Mrs. Geo.
warded to Mrs. Peck five dollars to helpon Mercier, who has made hosts of friends,
had the of the 21st inst. ormouloutJay. As far heard of
: on evening :: as only
r v York ; Miss Bali n tine, of New York; the good cause. not only here, but all along the river. their home made glad by Jhe birth of one has been seen anywhere around
Mr. C. H. Edgerton Kansas City, Mo.;
Last Friday afternoon the new iron While we gladly hail the coming of the their first-born, a little daughter. The here lately, .and, to save his life, he
children of
1 Mrs. Geo. Schaefer and two ,
steamer, St. Lucie, recently built for this new and elegant St. Lucie and her affable wish is entertained that this little visitor skipped before anybody could get a shot

:'ti' House Atlanta, Ga., were guests of the, Peck river by the J., T. & K. W. Ry. Co., commander, Captain Bravo, who i is may be long lent to the tin to make them at him. And, anyway, if any money i..

Rik':' during the past week. with Capt. Bravo in command, arrivedat too well known to need words of praise, happy also in their old age. \lay'God offered for such work there are more than

t" Lovers of novel, daily newspapers, wharf and.was we cannot but regret the departure of hunters here
our delightedly gazed bless the precious babes of our community enough to gobble it all uj'
I magazines, etc., should be glad to visit : the Cocoaites who had all the old friends. I without No thanks
upon by come I is a prayer that goes up"f rom each importing any. we

,1 Cocoa, as the candy store of Mr. E. C. down to the wharf to greet her.Ve Messrs. Schuyler; and Chase, of Syracuse Christian parent in our midst. I I don't need any more hunters-not at

,:;.. Johnson is a news depot now as well as a noticed Capt. Watson and quite a party and North Bay. :N. Y., who spent I present, anyway. .A){.

a confectionery shop, he having bought on board, all of whom seemed highly some time at the Goode House after examining -* Fort Pierce. ,
t L out the stock in that line, of O. K. Corrections.
with the trial
pleased trip. passedb different points up and down More rain. '

:t...; Wood. Cocoa on Sunday' night on their return the river, returned here satisfied that, on Mr. Bevill arrived from Oak iH.some LAKE WORTH, Jan. 20, 89.
It is hard lines when an aspirant for
L )Ir. Robt. Hanson of Canaveral, was from Jupiter.The account of facilities of transportation
time ago. His son Tom and two other literary honors (in the funny line), in

r f iif town last week soliciting subscriptions article in last week's STAR in regard exemption from damaging frosts, easy gentlemen accompanied him.- I' this vale of tears has his poor little attempts -

for the of the "city wharf" at conduct of certain of officials to the oiean good society etc.
I building to the our access ,
Miss Alma Ik>ll left here last week for at jokes ruthlessly murdered b*'
f Titusville. lIe met with some success in in the chicken thief matters did not Melbourne was the place for them. Both "
Eau Gallic, where she will teach schoolin the "typo. In my weak little effusioi!
( his efforts here, and we trust that he will in the least impugn the capability, gentlemen have gone after their wives, the country. in your last issue, in whichattempte'!

.. continue to do so at each of his stopping honesty or efforts of Mr.\ B. A. Circle, and propose to spend some time here.
\ The gardeners to report the shooting match anti
places. bailiff I referred especially to certain Mr. Chase is an old railroad man, having are progressing nicely
with their gardens.Mr. subsequent festivities at the Cocoanut
t. officials who either, because of their been in the employ of the New York
Mrs Geo. Schaefer, daughter of Prof. Grove House, your typo kicks out
and his
wife arrived
friendship for the negro thief, or their Central Railroad Company for over : .
and Mrs.\ W, H. Peck, with her two my commas, knocks the "caps" off <.*
; from New Haven
towards Mr. Circle, aided and twenty-three "ears. We hope both fam- yesterday Conn.
enmity )
lovely little] girls, Adele and Bertha, arrived Brown and Pierce in the lines, "The.
abetted the escape of the thief. If this | ilies can be induced to settle among us. Mr. Emory P. Zeigler left here on .
at Cocoa on Wednesday last from did us up Brown for we could not Piere'

.Atlanta Ga. They will spend the winter is denied through the STAR: names, offices Captain Alfred Wilcox, Mrs. Beach Monday's steamer for Sumter county. the target," printed "bazaar plagues

here, )Ir8. Schaefer haying rented the and proofs will be forwarded for pub-1. I and Miss Beach arrived Saturday night. Miss Nettie May Gifford; commenced instead "bizarre plaques" and change.*

Barnes cottage fur the season. lication. Mrs. Wilcox arrived on Friday night, teaching school a few days ago in the "Louis quarts" (quartorze) into-Loui-

It Captain Wilcox being detained over one new school house. quarto. "Fiat justitia ruat codum"-buret's
We are pleased to notice the improvement Wanted,
day at Titusville. He found the rails, Mr. E. R. ,Wilbur and Mr Henry Collier Jay it all onto the "devil"and CQ'quits.
to our town b)y: the erection of. By a German, with family, to work;: a
shares. Address I etc., for the Melbourne and Atlantic came over from the inlet, where theyare Yours fraternally,
'street lamps in front of B. C. Willard .farm or prove on care
ir & Co., the Delmonico, Mr. E. Soling _of this office. Railroad had been lying in Jacksonville fishing, a few days ago, and were ROTHVEX.

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'2 '"' 0. THE. FLORIDA STAR, .THURSDAY-, JAN. 81_ '1889.


..".-: .' And 'ew'Schorn, aged,"fifty years, awell I L. C. P. T...BUDGE.

,'t.''r1".," _., NEWS.. OF THE. WORLD. known merchant of Scranton, Pa., OLIVER.OHjI"VIEjK
R.:>'/"' committed suicide ,by blowing out his & E1TDGE: :
brains with a revolver. Drink and busi- ,
: Three men have been indicted in Cos.hoctoil ,
ness reverses led co the deed.
county, Ohio, for dynamiting
Workers the canal are be- Dealers in
: fish., on !Panama
; ing paid only eighty cents a day and still
V Fire belonging to a of for in.
persons gang applications employment come
< conn erfeiters were arrested in Kentucky They are largely from newspaper men. GEORGIA PINE LUMBER I

:, I Gen. Harrison was told yesterday that I
:- Thomas Peters was thrown from a another Alabama delegation was on they :

; buggy and instantly killed near Logans- road to visit him. Restoratives were applied .

: ,. port, Ind.William. with good results. SHINGLES AND LATHS.
Harrison was shot and in- Wm. Parker, a teamster, pf St. Clairs- -

etanlly killed at Sand Hill, Ky., while ville, I)., committed suicide by shooting
.. trying to burglarize a store. himself in the temple with a revolver. G-1rE11t.E: .I.ji .A.H.D-VV ARE
Financial trouble is the supposed cause.
An arrested murderer' name Godas Monongahela river miners, have r

to while escape on his from way a train to Helena while, in Mont.motion., tried received from three to stand to two out and against three fourths a reduction and Sash Doors and iStores; Tinware and GrGteji

: Mrs. Mary Hauk of Sharon,Pa., a firm two and one-half cents per bushel until r
.' believer in the doctrine of Christian the operators agree to pay the old rate.
science," became violently insane on the 'Another meeting was appointed for the
subject. 29th inst., to ratify this action. PAINTS: AND OILS,

Two hundred and seventy-five citizens Our Britisth minister, E. John Phelps -
of Faribault, Minn., has petitioned: congress is the lion of the hour just roil Lon Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers!I
to take the necessary steps for the don. Ihe queen has just invited him to ,
of Cuba. Windsor to remain at the palace overnight
purchase and each courtier is vicing with Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
Mrs. Thomas McClarran committed his neighbor to do him honor. This is a ,
suicide at Woooter, O. She lost her reason great nat on. II'

some an asylum time ago as,cured.but was dischargedfrom I Friday A fight night occurred between in a Washington Congre men bar, POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. 5

;" A nineteen-year-old girl was criminally Barry of Mississippi, and Cram of Tei-
'" assaulted by a man named Kennedy, as. Blows were exchanged until they TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. :
in Shelby county Alabama. Searching were separated. It is expected they will Ir

parties are scouring the country in all di- apologize and make up. TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND r
rections for him. All the horse car lines of the Atlantic The Georgia cyclone is said to be FLOWEEg.

;I' The Keppler Brothers, who have been avenue railroad 'company, Brooklyn, laughing in ghoulish glee. Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
hotel and restaurant business at seven in number, of which road Deacon
.in the The contract for enlarging and adding. INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.
Cincinnati since before the war, made Richardson is president were tied up by
1 assignments, yesterday for the benefit of the employ, on account of the refusal a been story the Atlanta custom house has Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Tertian. I

their creditors. of the company to accede to their demand r";
Some Atlanta scientists are agitating
of $2 for ten hours' work. .,
Gen. Harrison had a number of callers Congressman Burnes's sudden taking execution by electricity. Ohio has just' JOHN B. BEACH Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, is
them Dr. Win such law.
yesterday. Among was passed a .,
taking off has frightened all the fat men
Finkbine, of Cincinnati aged ninety in Washington to taking physical exer- Doc.k Gunter was shot and killed by m
years, who was postmaster at Cloves cise. An order has been received by a Nathan Boddio, in a difficulty between be
when the general was a boy. sporting goods firm of that city for a then, at Aiken, S. C., Friday.In .
The government messenger who gross of Indian clubs and a carload of the New Jersey assembly the bill to O 1 0 OFF I O'
brought the news about Slaten Bey de- dumb bells. adopt the Australian system of voting

'clares positively that Emin s and Stan- Astute politicians give out that an in that state was favorably reported. (

ley's baggage and standards were at Om- extra session is a foregone conclusion. John Whetton Ehninger, artist and ill
durman, and that he heard that both M. Dane must have had an inkling in member of the National Academy of d HIL .
Emin and Stanley were prisoners up the his "prophetic soul" of an American Design, died suddenly of apoplexy at FLATTERED i5

Nile. congress: when he said how 'stale, flat Saratoga- Springs, N, Y., aged- sixty--onp. 1 I 10 By the Selling Qualities of a T) :
and the of the .
The latest reports about John Bright unprofitable were use
:Mils Belie A. Moore, a actress, OFF I PER CENT DISCOUNT and al10 Fer CenLOil
are not encouraging. He is haying bad world. A petition to the general relief young my Mr
nights and does not improve. His family committee should be drawn up. whose last appearance was in Toronto, ready Low :prices, I have concluded tt P
last eliraaay died at her home in Cin- 10 OFF I I
desire that as few communications as John Martling the architect's clerk,
entire remaining Winter :
cinnati. She died from run oft'my .
consumption.She .
possible! be sent to him. as he is totally who murdered Albert H. Ramsden. his
was married to W. A. Gregg. 10 .. Stock the basis and I have the _
on same ,
.unable to attend personally to his corres- employer, at Kansas City, by hitting
him the head with has been The act granting the right of way to tc 10 Per
pondence. on a brick OFF 1 slightest doubt that so great a saying Cent Of t
convicted of in the third the i'ensacola and Memphis railroad com-
manslaughter 10:aTL
William Dickerscn was arrested at customers will have the desired ra-
my ,.
degree and sentenced to $10) tino and pany through public lands in Florida, .
Collinsville, Ala., for passing counterfeit three months imprisonment.The .Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee has 10 OFF I suIts. IJ
silver dollars. He is supposed to belongto
become a law without the president'ssignature. CLOTHING .AX &;
a gang whose headquarters are at the vote for United States senator: in 10 'm
Round Mountain furnace. Dickerson the legislature of West Viiginii. stood FURNISHINGS at the Lowest Prices, 10 Oil'ua' F t
made a partial confession and was sent Saturday, Goff 40, Kenna 35. Wilson !+, John A. MoE onald. lieutenant governor OFF I with an additional Cut of 10 Per Cent. Not M der
to jail.A Jenner (union labor) 4, Lively 2, W. T. of Michigan, William 'o, cir\.oran and
Wilson 2, ex-Senator Hereford, ex-Sei.a- H. A. Tulle, of Cleveland 0.. were kill- on the ny-marked prices, is a magnet :
from New Orleans reports: 10 OFF I I I I !,
road of Michigan running oil the track
; V railroad, which left Montgomery, Whole White number*nd J.of W.votes St.cast Clair 87 t ne ea h. near Eliuwood station. rife or six other, 10 indifferent to thinking. My Stock is fa 19 .'
nexeasary v4
Ala., for New Orleans, at 1:33: last evening -
inured. in to offered OFF
persons were superior anything
to choice 44. every way
boarded between a e r r t
was at a point OFF I F 0 RO
? Letchatchee and Fort Deposit, about 10 C. M. Norwood, late union labor and in this market.
p. m., by two white men who attempted republican candidate for governor of A. P. McNEIL, M. D.,
to enter the postal car by force. They Arkansas, has obtained from the legislature 1iT :
were unsuccessful and made their escape leave to contest the election of Governor Offers his professional services to the BIR. :BA UJ.\L[, I
when the train reached Fort Deposit. Eagle and an investigation will people of Titusulle and surrounding ISTITUSVILLE

Later reports of the casualties by the be had. :Mr. Norwood charged that \Iel1icincandSurrcrypractised FLORIDA : ..eClyde's
fall of the bridge of the Louisville, St. frauds bad been perpetrated 111 tour in all of its branches.
Louis and Texas railroad at Spottsville, counties which gave Eagle ,000; ) ima jori- All calls left for me at Grand View '
say that only four are now supposed to ty. Sufficient frauds occurred to deprive Hotel will be attended to prompt!}-. 3G N ew York Charleston & Florida S. S. i
have been arowned. The number dan- hill of majority enough to o\er- d

geroufly injured by falling timber.nd ('omagle's majority in Other counties The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follow, 1c
lie claims that but for fraud intimidation
iron, is increased to six, tire of whom Oak taws House (Standard Time.) 7t
will die. A gentleman from Henderson and violence. Norwood would hays ,

says one of the foremen of the bridge a clear majority over V Eagle of 5b70 From Jacksonville: to !New York. d

company night.was arrested in tbat city Sunday votes. Lake Worth, Dado County, Fla. SEMINOLE,..................... ..........................Thurwlay, January 3rd, 600110th j 1t

MARKET REVIEW CHEROKEE............................................... U U 1lft a.
: A di-patch from Austin icpor s that a New House and Newly Furnished. IROQUOIS...................................................Sunday, "lJth.: iU.

blunder was made in the return of the Cotton Future* and Ouotntltm on Wheat Rooms single or in Suites. SEMINOLE,.............................................._Thursday, u 17th, &:< a.

electo al vote of ;Teas, which i[ not Corn, Fork Lard, etc., From Leading CHEROKEE,................................................Sunday, u 20tb, ft .. I Iu
correct J. result h > Lss
of speedily the vote of the may state. 1 he in electors I Trade Centres. NEAR THE INLET. IROQUOIS,.................:................................Thursday, 24th H27tb ::a. lit

failtd to sign their names to the certifi- SEMINOLE,...............................................Sunday, u k" ,1&
cate bent to Washington, and the president Nsw YORK,Jan. :V5sr CHEROKEE,....................:..........................Thursday, 31t, -illa.. .
cf the senate declined to ucei\e it. C p nin and closing quotations of cotton f.. Best View of Lake and Ocean, IROQUOIS,}, February Std!, .
< The governor is trying to reconvene the tines yesterday From Fernandina to New York.
several electois at Austin: in time to cor- Opening" at
rect the blunder. January.............. t.M@ ........ !958., 9CC And best Hunting and Fishing groundson DELAWARE,.................................................Sunday, January 6th. Et :f 10

The report is: confirmed that at Chi- February March.. ............................ 9.74@9.c1 .964......,... VTOjji 9.tOsi 9t 9.1 I Lake Worth. YEMASSEE,..................................................... u 13th.3.:g)" ),

the of Cossacks which April... .............. 9.84da ........ V gins .... DELAWARE ................. ...................J............. 20tk.YEMASSEE t.E Il!

flora intends to expedition found a colony at: Abyssinia, June May......................................10.0t@9.940< 9.95....; 9IU'tl. .... Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks ...................................................... uith. 00P.. Jci

has landed near Tadjurah. Both nghsh July .............-. ..10.11C& ......:.10.G5itnd.OJ( and Tropical Growth, both DELEWARE,................................................... February 3rd.1t"c
and Italians the August............' ...10.15@ ..... ..JtU.>{a ....
are watching move- September............. 980a 982... 37 .. !I 0 Wild and Cultivated.Tr For Jacksonville.Cherokee 5
ments of the expedition. October ........ ...... 9.55@ 959... 955 1/57 I J If
November............. <3t ........ ....41-: us once and you will come again. : (via Charleston), Friday,Jan. 4tb, 3 p. m I lroquoi.(Tia Charleston Fril 1.laa. **'. k
The recently published cablegram from December .................. & ......,. .... & > Iroquois (direct), Tuesday January 6tb. 3 p. m | >uuioole (direct) "111..eal. Jtap'T -* Sfl ]l
ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. Seminole via Charleston ,Jan. lltb. 3 j CLerckee via Ctarle tn). Frtfcy. '" i
Pans purporting to express the views of Closed barely steady. Sales 4 ,OOO. Spots--wit ( ) Friday p. m I ( 4} 4tI
: Cherokee' direct 3 | direct, Tuesday, :uU rj -
Baron Hiibch upon the Messianic question dUng" .1.g; receipt 75.011; exports J.3W; ( ) Tuesday January 151L p m Iroquou ( ) r y.
IH the subject of much comment stock UUbll. For Fernanclina A

among the Hebrews in Cincinnati who & Delaware (viaCliarleston), luesJay Jan. 1st. noon I Yemwiee, .* .*." 2J*:'. 1 J.
almost without exception, consider it a Chicago Market. Pianos Organs Yeroasste, ".. ". ." h. Stb, 3 p m I Dtllware, T
canard. Delaware, 15tb, 3 p. m | Ii

Minor Alsup, democrat, of 3Iarca, 111, CHICJ.GollI., January 23 For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply te b
bet Thomas ell ,of(:'hnton. Opening Closib, fed 1
republican Wheat. "
Ill., *7.>0 on the pro idential election. .February V-S...........s....,91sy STEAD.J. A. LESLIE ASCIIt FernaDlliIJLJOllS Agent.tJ.ckconrilie; T. ,G. LCtK Trsffic Zlanagtr 34 DfeH1r&L

After the election there being a law March.-.O'S ..........O.Jb=E If you want to purchase a HOWARD Geu. Florida Traveling and Fmglt Agtn, tJadKDY*. r.t 1103
sued William G. F. P. A.,..Jacksonville.W3I. .' 1
against betting. Alsup Carn. write to the I'. CL "DE & Co.. Gen'l :S Eroadway.lew T..t. t
_, Phares the stakeholder, of Maroa for February......... ...'.3.6...... ..:.. .. 3.1!s Piano or Organ, un- Agents IVV kf
hia $T0, and won. Shell now sues Pharesfor March .. aj1: ;
$3,000. May the: iG-. dersigned or give him a call. a

A negro woman, named Mary Palmer, Pork.February..............H-35 .114?;.. Can sell you any of the in- GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, f
was killed at Memphis, Tenn., by a tray PORTER & POffl
shot fired by Win. J. Sapp a student of ) ) .1204,4..11,81h struments of the best and lead- Foreign slid r y

the Memphis hospital medical college, at Lard.February .6&J .............6.52 1Seiser
," a negro, man with whom he had a hght. JIArch................. ing makers at prices that defy t
Sapp was arrested. lay ............. ...(9234..6.9- :

The Vienna Political Correspondencestates Bibs.February............. .6.Oi6.. fi.Qi34 competition. r Comp'y Deale
that the garrison at Kietf, *u-Ma, May ... .. .-:3a.'" .......6 2; Real Estate I i
has been increased by four squadrons of ,
,/ V Ural Cossacks.throughout The Russia number is. much of men larger recruited Cotton Market. Pianos 1 aM Organs sold oa tie Installment Agents for Bishop, Hoyt & Co's Ham f' :

than in any previous year. 3TLLNTA. (la.. Jan. *5.Cotton c.ui-t, middling mock Land Florida Oranges, Lace Worth, Dade Co- ;: 1
Three men from Shelby county have 93s.Gavrsroa. plan when c sir tc ,. Discollnt Citra, Florida. \ t a
arrived in Birmingham. Ala., in searchof Jau 25.-Cottoa q iii; uiiiUliaj a
a white man, named W. R. Kennedy, 91418; net receipts 1660 bales; grog li.0; salw toClinrcliesonOr alls, .
751; tock 52,403; exports coast wu* -; to the Ia
who was charged with committing rape to Great Britain -.
continent -; All correspondence will receive prompt
on a lady and her ., ihe I
young beating ov SAVAJOMH. Jan. 25 Cotton dull; midvilip attention.E. .
,. head so violently that, her injuries may g 34; net receipts 611 bales; ;roil Z6 1: SAJJUX I
,.' prove fatal. ); stock bJnW; exports coattRwe ; to B. WAGER, COMMISSION MERCHANDISE
Great Britain-: to trance-; to the eouti BRYAN
A fall of snow to the depth of eight or nent-. Titus*'IUe, Florida. KAY & *

ten inches, is reported from several i NiwORUiA! Jan 25: -Cotton*ti ijy'miJJJn; 1t
places in Vir nia. 9 9-16; net receipts 2,83ibiiJ: grts 3.i5sa1i; XOTICE. .A.r1os1anvgO
200u;stock 3o7.474;exports to Great Brit:tiu -; ;
The steamer Galena arrived at Key to the continent -; coastwise -; to Franc.Acorat. Sealed bids\ will be received bv A. A. Special, Attention Given Florida Fruits.
West from ort-au-Prince, and is detained Stewart, clerk of Circuit Court, down to
... Cotton steatrjmklUlnj; .tall
at quarantine. Jan. 25.
613 bases shipments .:51; sites February 4th, 1889, for constructing a
E. H. Chakley hide hud leather m?r- 936 none;I1tt; stock receipts: ;-"*".u. bridge across St. Sebastian River accord- 28 X. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St.
.. chant.Richmond, Va., made an assign. CluaI.ESTO. Jan25.Cotton nOUlD'I: nrlddllns3 ing to specifications on file in clerk's office. IRRIGATION COHTBiOflBS, : f
went, with liabilities estimated at $-10.,- net receipts zua bales; grass alit; sass The County Commissioners reserve the '
i 000; assets unknown. It O; stock-41.860, ; exports t-o.lJitww -: to the right to reject any or all bids. Philadelphia. Pa. .
The superintendents of the suspended Lrrrapoot, Jan. 25.Cotton qulU; mlddl c. Witness my hand and seal this 10th Solicit C OrrPlpgndente- t
V VV Monongahela coal mines, Pennsylvania, uplands 5 lS: u.uiJhnj; Oueaus 5 ; .1ea 10.00* day of January, A. D. 1SS9. References--Seventh Nat'l. Bank Produce '
,' have notified their 5,000 miners that peculation and e<{wit 1000; re<*ip fa 18,100; .[L.S.] A. A. STEWART, Xat'l. Bank; Mercantile \ FLI Isi t
i. V they will resume work if the,miners will American 1.00. Clerk. or any Produce House Philadelphia.TITL5] 'ILLE, 4
accept a flight reduction in wages.
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Work. as If is reported fhaT a number oFGragg'sfriends I raised around StocSffou. From it Dalmatian NOTICE. ; MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.
) Jack the Ripper's" are expected, who will attempt i insect powder is made, which retails at ?l
Six weeks after date I will to
I ---- to take Raines. He is at his father'o I per pound. The Fresno Republican advises : apply I II. C. Starck, Proprietor. -.
1 Jan. 24. -The World has the farmer*, of California the Honorable Minor S. Jones, County
Vjff' YOBS home, and is guarded by a score of ra 1 to pay moro attention
Judge; of Brevard county. Florida, for I Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic
a ierational article which says: The road men, and should the mob make the to its cultivation.The .
letters of administration the estate of
on Trade with fine
S various steamers plying be- attempt\theie; will be blood shed. slingshot nuisance Is jast now helpingto Cigars. supplied
of the Susan P. Russell, late of said county, de hand madelrO<>ds. Orders promptly filled.
. this city and Kingston, Jamaica, make the life of pedestrians: in Boston mis- ceased. All the kin and creditors, and, at Malabar Fla. 28 .
..-: with bated breath fearful sto- Jim McCool Hangs Himself erable. A day or two ego the police visited other persons interested will therefore Factory ,
t' jretelling several schools and seized seventy-five of the
take notice.
., 't:.: '1ieJ of crimes committed in Spanish ATLANTA" Jan. 23.-James A. McCool; dangerous play toys. Some cf them were JAMES A.RUSSELL. '': S F. GRAY. .

Tillage near Kingston, which, strong enough to send large pebbles a great -
t 10dt a mind unquestionably indicate who lives about three miles beyond We.tEnd. : distance.A Dated November 29th, 1SSS.

:ip'I "'" :i thSt their'Jack the Ripper" has gone from committed suicide yesterday It! new sort of coursing is complained of in NOTICE. Watch Maker and Jeweller.Shop .

J&1. ind to Jamaica. banging himself with a rope. ){r.-)1<;- the English journals, being a regular hunt, Iii Circuit Court of the Seventh Jtidicia, a.t John )J. Dixon' Drug Store TitnsriUe liz
4'! ? he tir&t of a series of diabolical and cool is a well known Atlantian und a by well-to-do :young men, of cats with bull- .

!.::; tterious murders took place, so the prpm.neut railroader. The cause ui the dogs in the metropolitan streets. We have Circuit of Florida, Brevard County, ALL WORK WARRANTED.

;:, Son say, Nor. 28, 188 In St. Catha- : suicide is not definitely known but it is heard of that hating been done la Xew A. D. 1888. In Chancery.JAMES. .

i-\ sfne'. psmh, a few mile distant from thought that it was owing to somo &nuncul York. It is a much leas noble sport than the :;. PRITCIIARD AND :NAUMAN'SIIV1PAPER :
Mnish Town. The victim was a negreJthe *. embarrassment. .
I coursing of rabbits. .ILLIUI1.. BROWN 1
I \\I lowest and most vicious i ,
.' whose name nas never yet I The Puget sound shingle,commonly known Co-partners trading un- SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
:; (&c$.' discovered. She was found : A Scheme to Fire the Ocean. as the Oregon shingle, is said to be twice as der the name, style or

$'f been in the morning lying in a I durable as the same article inaJp of pine,and firm of THE INDIAN I THE PIOXEER AGEXCY.

:::2.;;. .e fence iYIY corner by the roadside, her throat NEW YORK, Jan. 23.-The World S3\'r capable of being placed on the market at thesame RIVER BANK. Bill for Fore- For terms and sample copies address
Lumbermen prophesy that the
price. closure.
from ear to ear, her cheeks, nose andfore&ead a powerful company of capitalists. already vs. \
.< : ret slaslted in a manner that would time is not fur distant when this shingle will II.B.MORTEN, wife of I CHAS.H. NA1JMAN,
with million
't;: organized a dollar: I drive all others of the eastern market.
cut M. MORTEN the F.I
be the work of skillful
to a
jndk-ate It I Haulover P. O. Brevard Fla.
iii' behind has county
it. to the
proposed "
govern "fast F. M. MORTEN J.
t hatcher. Her clothing: had, as in the Syracuso university Las no set, but ,
'.: .. Of nearly all the \hitechapel murders lu-nt a plan to defend entrances to hat it has troubles of another kind. The fresh- FOSTER, and MARY P. I
I (ase low by forcing petroleum to the :;Solid
been thrown over her had,and the men recently organized a prayer meeting FOSTER. J P Sold for*I

)WI&i little crowd which had gathered there face the bottom of the for water that through purpose pipes, and laid ligtuicg at- association, cud failed to invite the sopho- appearing by the affidavit of James .. Beat' "J\3 lK.t""a..GolaJalC'J&'FREH I Itneit ,

'; upon the dLscjiery of the b-dy, were it with bojfcbs thus mores to be preoeut. This mace SOle of tlia Pritchard one of the above named complainant __ lalued. Ilr.vr auIkk b4,4UtiuaC
1\\ urning creatiIlgaI ,
CAMS liutb
:' iorrified && that it had been luutilat sophomores mad, and they havo Leon tryingto that the said ; ,
of Me. w'hich ,, *, respondents are respectfully ; \.4' )ln.Ieb" $ "'ILl&"O&h
a through an enemy' r
as had been done in t 1m Lon : breat up tho devotional meetings of the non-residents of the State of Florida -I "" :/f""Vs.Alal cases i.f equal ..1...
ES.edexactly J ('e? must pass. It devotes a column eroa u..dalo-
: don c3 p ribing this new mode of warfare. freshmen.A and that: the said II. B. Morten and F. .: h...'. .' '"'/ oa CM 0.0 '"e.
further hail been needed : t u..r with oar Urp cad nl-
rf.1m If anything curious piece of gold was paid to a Lewiston M. Morten reside at Io2 Main Street in .,
&:Tl.h 1 sta:cs that an experiment will soon ___ -. t u. I le l.n* elf Household
,. fomake tre horrr-sticken\ iroudat 1>" u.ade to demonstrate the praoticariU :1e., man the other day. It is a ?50 the city of Cincinnati, State of Ohio, and tribute the crunv t' the WhitcchaprlJL t... of tho rlan slug coined in Ib51, in San Francisco. It is that the said J. II. Foster and Mary P. I "- *-:- i. rce,and after you have kept

I &nd, itt as found on a card pinned to an eight cornered piece of yellow gold, aboutas Foster reside at Backbone, Alleghany I who tn'in T-h."?'.'V'5... ....!.CC7 brerneyoir* .nj own thown rroJt'rry ihrra,10 Those thoss

..-. the unfortunate woman's body by the STRAY BITS. big as the silver dollar. It bears the stomp County, State of Virginia, and that the I who ""rit m .>n .* rib to nD of r'teivlar: th. Watch_
small The card .it snnpi'- f>IIY al t'fl'ncnf! h''e. A1dresaStiu.un
of penkrife. I
blade a of the coiner and his address in 'Frisco. It u the -
-aid respondents are r pecthelo"er I Ca., riox: sl::.lortlaBd.Muiae.
I'I bore this in 'cripton: Oregon has probably doubled her population said to be worth about 53. A Lewiston lady of 21 years. It is therefore hereby I

g ........ during tlw last ten age _
''''''' years.A had kept it for ordered that the said respondents II. B. 1:1 e-"Jn :unC"
' :: JA'JThE LrkEa. : _- .. ..... d/HTo at one* 'U a b 1 |
I I Chinese dealer in Fresno was sent to : years.PARKER'S Morten F. M. 3lorten J. II. Footer andMary ..vt. ." !. Jn"FRHH J I
jai u."e
I ll ,Forrte.n .more,.ttie, .i.quit, ., ,: ._- '- :.:\J\ oaclal'IB 0 a or 1 pan m.(, ]
for eight days for plucking a live turkey. P. Foster do plead, answer or demur %. ___ .. 'aad, ..d.whcra ttt peup:. ran we
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search was made I HAIR them w*will sea.1 f t. 13 on*
Of coir-e: a diligent Over tS.OOOOOO was invested in roller skating -; to the said complainant's bill of complaint I .- -_ ..nOD an each taia'.tTib4Try
.'.. .. for the murderer but he was not found. I rinks the popular favorite for dressing before the 4th day of February A. ; -:-- l"'K Mwing-raaclun nude
during: the craze end most of it I ,,, the hair. Restoring color when on (lr .... M,
ut:' On the morn:ng of btceiiiLer U;, in afiMd proved a total loss. I = gray and preventing Dandruff. D. ISbD, or the said Bill of complaint will 'J'i; .!i the We world.with will aiao MBJ all f the re attaraairata a ccmpM.iliceof .

.:_. lying by and i-artiaUy concealed The It cleanses the scalp, stops to the be taken as confessed, and the said complainants -i ; :'. ocr, rosily and va'.nabtoantiaaiple
- number of streets in London Is now hair falling,and U sure please -,1 la return we uk that yen
under an o,d shed. \\a* found a secon-l of I 60c.and:1.00 at DrnjjRiit3. allowed to proceed ex parlerith \'':. .II & k;' jftouw whit we tend to bON who
upwards 23,000, and new ones are addedat 'I' i .
theN 1!. ; may* : at your borne.aaJ after 3
body. In'his case was a no.Ofi .
: said And it is further ordered that
the rate of :)(JO per year. cause. %:Vmuntbiallihill becon.a your own
tonous creature of the lowest cass a ntgresscal.ed HIEMDERCORNS.The of this order be published in theFLORIDA i rpropenr. Thj tried aaarbia ta
Ii& 3fag.?' Her wounds were When tho last Indian census was taken ; rarest! and best cure for Corns Bunions,&c. .a copy I3j a [made after the Singer paienta.wbMh .
I there were 131,000 lepers in British India I Stops all pn&Ensures comfort to the pet STAR newspaper, published in I ;;- \' out biT it told ran oat for SUM.before witS patmta tb.
of the same nature as those in acted upI IliscoJC& Co.. >.Y. !: %ran
cents at. Irtgi-t.i..... "__ '_ said Brevard County, for four consecutive : .. :: schmeotj and BOW ella for
. the other. The lield in which the I 100,000 of them being males. I _
on J} est.aroDrttt.1DOIU
weeks to the said 4th of February tJ
prior day S.
'--fcorpse was dfcco vend was scarcely:mile II Tho school fund of Texas is so large that at TO RENT OR FOR SALE A. D. 18S9. r U.t, FRE >b o IB th required.* world. AU PlaIn W,

nt.Of. distant from the scene of the iirit mur- the end of the school year, July I, there wasa bnef in..naeti01ll1t'. D. bON who writ to as at care caa in.
Witness A. A. Stewart clerk of said .
cure free the bet lem.rclal. la tbs world and th
jj der. The authorities made a hurried investigation surplus of $500.000 on hand. A FIRSTCLASSEBSTATTEANT flnmt line of works of hirt art ever bow together in America.
; and the seal of said the-
court at
and buried the tody as?pePdny court, '. '.n.UK A CO.. Box '2'-10. LUffuatu. Alaine
.- I A new volcano is reported from Hulraan- Court House in Titusville, in said Countyof ---- .---
4 as possible, gning noonani ,/ortanity guillo district, Tobasco which is this loth of December.
I spouting Brevanl, day
to examine it. I o mention of the A. L. Hatch & Son
forth large streams of red water. D. 183S.
crimes was made in the newspaKrs| at
s.Fjc the lime the tlci.ils culea'-t.rmg by One out of every five school children in Near Railroad Depot. A. A. STEWART, DEALERS IN

hush the Philadelphia is obliged to wear glasses, and !. .]' Clerk Circuit Court
)n.e very means in their power: 10 Biniuj [ !;
The House contains large
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t..,-1'" matter up and have it talked about as the proportion is rapidly increasing. Room with Kitchen adjoining;, with all NOTICE. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
- little a* pc ible. .No trace was ever found Mobile has a $ OOOOO) appropriation for her ,
.. -Gf) the murderer. ..nd it wa? forgotten I harbor and the largest ocean vestals will by conveniences, water, etc. Also four i All persons having claims agiinst the

)J save bv a fe, of the wretched omen and by be enable to lie at her wharves. Sleepinjr: Rooms. I e tate of Benjamin C. Willard, late of Hardware Crockery Saddlery
which Will be rented} furnished if desired. Brevard deceased are hereby ,
who belong to that cla-u! amon 11; County, ,
1" ; The football team at Durham, N. C., has Stationery! Family Medicines -
: the unf ;rtunates oteU. had The Owner wishes to retire from required to present them, properly ,
) B l The thir i ody was found on the Fii- I I its powerful and ttlectric lights suspended over business. This i is a good chance to the authenticated, within the time prescribedby 1 Garden SetJs,
t L-t-:. dar Lefoe New Year JJay. '1 hi-* time grounds: proposes play evening riuht party. Address, law to the Honorable Minor s. Jones

't.: the nesc'papers were coMii4lled tono'il'e I games. OWXER, TITl'SYIIXE, FLA. County Judge of said County. or to the CHOICE GROCERIES,
,*"1 the discover The scene (If this third Old boots and shoes, steamed to a pulp, are undersigned or this notice will stand in

fI i murcerjw' about miJ.\U\ between the now converted into the soft, stamped, orna- NOTICE. bar of payment; and all persons indebted Hay, Corn, Uapes Fertilizers.
DA places M'h, re the former discoveries had mental leather so popular (or artistic book- to said estate are required tomake

been made and the fjiilou say that the I binding.The LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.Dec. immediate settlement with the un CITY POINT, FLORIDA.

.' rime was in e'ey way analogous to I'I' London Metropolitan Board of Works 29th, 1SS8. dersigned.

the others. proposes to expend nearly $2,000,000 in widening Notice is hereby given that the following- LAURA. WILLARD.

IJ There are comj'sr.uively few women three thoroughfares of secondary im named settler has filed notice of his intention Administratrix of the estate of B. C. PHILADELPHIAWARRANTED

* of this class abou Kingston or SpanL-h I I portance. to make final proof in support of his Willard. deceased.

)'fS._; Town. but those nh' <, tio live' thl'reI"i The French mare Plaisanterio wbo won claim and that said proof will be made be- Cocoa, Fla.. Dec. 4th, 1SSS. 33 5 YJ S.

are in a state of aliJB'-t terror. lt .mur- I I the Cambridgeshire and Czarewitch three fore Judge, or in his absence the clerk Circuit -
derer has eluded the authorities and I Titusville Fla. March NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. LOW / UGH
Court at on .
I was sold to Sir Tatton Sykes at .
years ago -
_ARVT_ ;.,
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of tUi thor
; the &Iilor" e iOO: t atrocities on their return. Fla. II. E. 17496 for the lots 1 2 -VX CiOQ
I is said very authoritatively that the of January D. 1889, associated ourselves, $20 YirTJ V O
L : ------ Russian war preparations are constantly in- and 4: section 29. township 23 south, range as a body corporate, under chapter "1639"of C

l{ *. Arrc ted Just in TimoJ creasing, a noticeable movement being the 38 east. the Laws of Florida approved August8th -

5Ch ,- victualing of Warsaw to stand a siege. lie names following witnesses to prove A. D., 1S08,and the amendments thereto __ ---L:_

1M HAnr.oosirn<;. Ky..Jan. 2.*.-A young his continuous residence upon and cultiva- under the corporate name of the "In
French bank has
)kOO Hunter Every a photograph of tion of said land,viz : dian River Growers Association." I., :
: man by the name of John C. a every employe and in the case of the mor'eI Orange .1
Arthur Franklin, of Canaveral. Fla. The of the said association
fac simile Taacott arrested three principal place ,
t of wan responsible ones they are under the surveil- U
lanco of dstectives most of the time. Frank Klien, of Canaveral, FIn, Frank or company, shall be at City Point, Bre-
1i1i miles from town yemerda. I private Wilson, of Canaveral Fla., C. P. Honeywell yard County, Florida. The general nature 4

,fi- November la>t UIH same man was Two Ocala Flo., ladies are the happy possotsors of Canaveral, Fla. and main object of the business to be : LL ) dw
1'lrrested und carried of pieces of one of the court dresses 37 S. C. TUCKER Register.SHERIFF'S .
: in Mcnifee co nly I transacted by the said corporation, to be,
Isabella wife of Edward II
worn by Queen ,
:;OO to Mount :Slerling.1 in ; -.dly v' oundeU, I to advance the general interest of the
who in the Thirteenth
reigned over England
::00. taking several buckshot) in hn ody. SALE. orange growers of Indian River, Florida, i

:!O fl The officers were attempting to arrest I century. Under and by virtue of an execution issued become members ot the said association,

:Q him for Taacott. the wound being yet I IJ I The Brooklyn bridge is vindicating its use- out of the Circuit Court. in and for by corporation, concert and union of action C,,

:O unhealed. On the 1 ch i>f De ember he ', fulness. During the past twelve months 33- Erevan County, upon a judgement lately insure good handling, rapid shipments'

;.:. came to this: conn h.. an-l hw be.'n en j 11(5,816( people have passed over it, of whom recovered in said county, wherein Henry transit of their products, and a fair and & _

\ gaged temibly as antt ii'. tiling fruit I i 2,785,533. walked across and the rest went in Bernheim and Giistave Rexinger, copartners highest market price obtainable. The _i :!i

..I, trees. The scripuou .>. the arrest nr I I the cars. i as Bernheim, Rexinger & Co.. were adoption of a corporate trade mark, and

:t Mount Sterling reach the otiicer* of An unscrupulous dentist of Paris, after plaintiffs, and Joshua F. Lewis was defen- exclusive use of the same by the members

the Plate prison in Tennessee and th.I I I! chloroforming a patient, with the proposed dant, I have levied upon and will sell at of the association, the protection of its FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL

; warden wiote to th/ sheriff at 3Io.ini I intention of extracting a tooth, robbed the public outcry, to the highest and best bid- members, in the use of the same, by the IN YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT.

1;* SterLn giving: u lull description. ofj1D I helpless sufferer of $1,000 in money and then der, for cash! in front of the Court House prosecution at law of all infringements, High-Arm Machine has KOlf. ltlncr needle

John HU ler.'hl) W:11au e>ci"tHl t on' decamped. door, in Titusville, in said county, on the and counterfeiting of the same, and unau- lIIeU.thrend'n llght-running.baathe:: nhnttle fineatnet is noiIe o'.U.eb.ana

:: Tier froui the leunen-ee'.forriatown..'nite' tiar I I From recent archaeological discoveries it appears first Monday in February, A. D. 1S 9, the thorized and illegal use of the same, and went in a "elveMlned .IIe. Don't pay
:1.1" He had teen convicted in ofburgtrv that the Romans at the height of their following personal property to-wit: the concentration of the shipments and agents $55 or $6o. but send for circular. Remember.

an 1 art>on. and henten* ed for .; I civilization and splendor. had no system of Fifteen chairs, one billiard table, one consignments of the products of its members we guarantee ne on tbe our market.machine Address equal to any hlgbpriceJac

tf term After of"ei;.;ht iuTpri ears.onmen of six months I I street lighting. No trace of anything of the pool table, two side tables, one refrigerator, into the hands ot as few agents, com- The C. A. WOOD CO.,

t fo an lat and ha been ai kind has been discovered. bar room fixtures, one mirror, nine fancy mission merchants, and houses, in the different 17 9T. 10th St.. Philadelphia P..
escaped 3Iay. I pictures, three chandeliers. one safe. cities, towns markets and places as
: large When arrested fo-tlav f. Some sea urchins have been dredged from ,
p rver Mnce. i Pacific different from JAMES. BOWMAN, Sheriff. possible, and to obtain the best shipping
he o(7c( e-l ih o' ;cer ?>J tn let him esape. -' entirely any previously NOTICE.
I <' A >i.tol was found on his person, : known. They are rigid and of no Robbins & Graham attorneys for plain- facilities, and the lowest rates of transpor-
} I FLORIDA.Dec. .
ti ff. tation i) ) and obtainable.The LA.i: ) OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE,
*fl 1 to iv. ti '3.. to 5ecuro a requisition : particular shape, while all others previously possible, 15th 1888.
from th. he wan tneJ on the ; dredged have been round. amount of the capital stock of the ,
i1 t. governor SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that the following-
deadly : corporation shall be fixed at two thous-
charge of There has been consecrated in Phila-
WI carrying just Under and by virtue of an execution named settler has filed notice of her intention -
h and five hundred dollars to be divided into
""e3ponlThe jury failing to agree, church ( the exclusive of the -
- delphia a or use
Issued of the Circuit Court for Bre- make final in of her
out to proof support
*" leraanded in default of a< to jail deaf. It is the first and only place of worship -
counsel and will vard County. Florida. upon a judgment each ten cent. of which shall be claim, and that said proof wil be made
He fee-" able in this country, if not in the world, that per
lately recovered in said court, wherein before clerk of the Circuit Court at Titus-
try to be released on a writ of habeas is managed entirely by deaf mutes. paid in on the organization of the compa- ,
corpus. Proof Wad introduc-d by Hunter John Earbey. Patrick Caranaprh;: and William nor association and the remainder as the ville, Fla., on Feruary 16, 1889, viz: Mrs.
I Six British soldiers deserted at Etshowe, II. Demore partners lining business S.V.. Fish of Georgiana Fla., D. S. 2141
fhowing him to be a member of th-s Ger- directors may require, but no more shall ,
i1 w:.n detective agency of Cincinnati. He and on going to Natal surrendered themselves under the firm name of John Early be required, than ten per centum per annum for the lots 1 and 2. section 29, and w. }

: 11 twenty-three rears of a<;e. and is I to the civil authorities. They were & Co.. were plaintiffs and Daniel 'V. unless so authorized, at a meeting of of s. w. quarter, of section 20, township 13

'*a highly respectable family, being the tried by court martial, and sentenced to flveyears' McQuai and S. F. Travis as partners. the stockholders ordered and directedto south, range 3; east.

IIpOf Dr John Hunter, of Lewi burg t imprisonment with hard labor. doing business under the firm name of be done, by the Board of Directors.The He names the following witnesses to

d & '\ Va. lIe u a man of fine ad,ires* I i Among recant camera achievements is a D. W. McQuaig fc Co.. were defendants commencement" of the corporationshall prove his continuous residence upon and

and excellent education and has "ooed t portrait copy taken by the light of a Cuban I have levied upon and will sell at pub be this the first day of January, A. D. cultivation of, said land, 'viz:

and won the heart of Miss Maud Bonta. t firefly in thirty seconds, and a photograph of lic outcry to the highest and best; bidder 1889, and it shall continue in existence for K. B. Burcnfiel. of Georgians, Fla.,

the acknowledged belle of Rose Hill this the aurora boreal To obtain the latter for cash. in front of the court house fifty The officers of the associationor Joseph Bruner, of Georgiana, Fla., Wo.

__; ; ountr. and when arrested was arrayed I Kid been declared an utter uupobsiilty. door in Titusville, in said county. on the company years. shall be a President, Vice- Owen, of Georgian, Fla., Albert Carter,

la hii'bebt attire on his way to lead h
,i to the altar. Officer Jones, of Morrn'o. on the list of active poisons by The Hospital following property to-wit : All that Board of nine Directors of which Board 37 S. C. TCCKEB Ifegiater.XOTICE. .

! n. Tenn., having been notified that of London because a t>oy of 8 years, after lot of land i In said County of Brevard the officers shall be members., Such officers -
t the would be made arrived hereTO described as follows : Commencing at *
, arre t eating two whole nutmegs, fell into a comatose shall be elected'on
the first .
the train and will take the prisoner the southeast corner section twenty-
i state and died withiu twelve hours.A .
and in
$ t3 Tennes'ee to-morrow. five in township twenty-one south. of the month of December, annually LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLQBIDA.
British surveying stenmerof 520 tons has at the annual meeting of the Stockholders -
fioni thence
range thrity-six east ; run Dec. 15th 1888.
Fight. been launched ready for duty with engines section line between sections ,except, and after the first electionof ,
A west on
r Desperate aboard complete. It was remarked that and ten chains officers. Notice is hereby given that the following-
twenty-five thirty-six
t'" within a few years the launch of finished The highest amount of indebtedness named settler has filed notice of his inten-

STANFORD, Ky., Jan. 25.-Last evenIng ships would be the rule instead of the ex thence north turn ten an chains angle of from 00 degrees thence, turn and which the:association shall incur shall not tion to make final proof in support of his

as Conductor O"1la1lel'llOuthbound nm ; and that'said proof will be made be-
ception.The an angle of 00 degrees and run east ten exceed the sum of one thousand five hun- claim,
f, I/eight train was passing Pittsburg, just style of hair dressing: for 1SSO is said chains to the range line dividing ranges dred dollars.W. fore clerk of the Circuit Court atTitusville,

ahon here, James Raines, brakeman.f to bo a narrow fringe on the forehead, witha thirty-six and thirty-seven ; from said II. Sharpe, E. P. Porcher, G. S. Fla., on February 16th, 1889. riz : Henry

f was fired by two desperadoes TomStrinler narrow continuation cf coils running from point go south on ad! range Hue ten Hardee, J. C. Norwood, C. B. Magnider, C. Fish, of Georgiana, Fla. D. S. 20W
t. ufton Raines ro- the top of the head low down ou tho neck. chains to the place of commencementand L B. Dennison, Wm. A. Simmons, J. F. forthe lots 1,2,3 and 4 ectiou 20, and

and Sam Qragg. The hairwill not be so much hidden by the containing ten acres more or less, Wooten, E. W. ,Hall. Lewis R. Ord, Walter lot 1 section 29, township 23 south, ranee

J toned thts tire, both balk taking e ect, hat AS at present. being the same land bought from Valentine Goodyear, J. G. Gingras, G. J. Gingras 37 east. He names the following witnesses

;' both: striking Gragg. cub thr -n;h the There 'was recently discovered in Central Gailor by James MeCrory and sold L. A. Gingras A. L. Hatch,J. D. Hatter, to prove his continuous residence npon and

heart and the other in th te Africa a village cf houses built along a by said McCrorv to the defendant Daniel A. Brady F. Macomber, J. M. Sanders, cultivation of, said land, viz:

,I pie then, killing started him toward instantly.the cabotM j:: .n street and having gabled roof The luhabitants W. MfcQuaf' Lewis Powe, Robert C. May, E. A. 'Chat- Joseph Bruner./of GeorgianaFla., Wm. '

: then' fired at him. strikn are of sTTJerior intelligence, keep good Randall & Foster attorneys for plaintiff field, T. E. Ilardee, H. P. Share, G. W. Owens, of Georgiana, Fla., Albert Carter

,. la1nes Stringer in the hip Raines was Ln/unt order 'iu the village, and sleep in beds raised. *. Holmes. J. "Whitcock Geo.E.,Chester, of Georgians, Fla B. B. Burchfiel of

to this place and is in a serious umJin abora tha ground. JAMESE,.BOWMAN', T. II. Sanders, A. \\ .. Ilardee, W. P. Georgiana, Fla. .

S l ol1.jde. u" 'Jot i>f ti? b/ohseh crop; California U ,Sheriff BrevarJ County, Fla. Moon, B. J. Minis, A. N. Mathea. 37 S. 0. TCCKEB- Beguter.Pi. .

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The Nicholson Bros. were over' on a FOR SALE, i I
the lower Indian River will umns under a Notary's; seal, together J
FLORIDA STAR. readers on hunt the 26th in'st. .
I [ find him a trustworthy and reliable attorney with the further certified statement thai 1 1Gibson's on 380 TREES IN GROVE,
I and J. A. Booth caught
THURSDAY. should they have need of his professional aforesaid "Transcript" w381 Mr. Riggold
services. literatim and impartial, without any; 24 pounds of trout in their gill-net last 200 Six Years Old, All Bearing.

Editor and Pnblisher. Friday night. HARDY. Orange Grove on Fine Hammock Land.
IS B. WAGER change whatever, and eliminating only; ..
-Bingley's Circus exhibits here next palaver, inadmissible names and several TWO SMALL FRAME HOUSES
$1.5O.. per Annum. announcement of the 2VOTICE. "
Wednesday, as per
of superfluous, irrelevant and unmeaning -
4 ered at the Post Office at Titusvilleas bills and posters. This circus has a first- | pages verbiage, having no connection All persons concerned take notice that 10x12 and 15x12, Porch 22ft.

.c Second-Class Matter. rate reputation wherever they have vis we, the undersigned and their associates, About 1,500 Trees in Nursery, i
relation to the matter at ,
with, or intend to apply to the Legislature of: Peach Trees -
ited in the State. At Leesburg the lead 25 Bearing Blooming,
and which no justly discriminating publisher their session,
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper honest } Florida, at next general 40 Lime Trees,
endorsed them as ,
I Brevard county. ing citizens notwithstanding re would have been willing to insert for the passage of an Act for the following 7 Lemon Trees, Bearing,

largest circulation peaceable showmen, Is the man's nfemory natural]! or conveniently pnrpose: 15 Plum Trees, small,
1 StaI'bas been
; the East coast of Fla. ports to the contrary which have deficient 1st. To declare them a body corporate, 2 Apple Trees,
on both that so,
paper or
-- '- circulated by other parties.Dr. under the name of the "Banana CreelImprovement 2 Pear Trees,
recklessly and pertinaciously observes the Canal and Transit Company. 5 Mulberry Trees.
.. is now the talk that Harrison's may A. P. McNeal has rented the injunction, "Love thine enemies," even ." Flowers, Roses, Etc.

eft out of President-elect is suite of rooms adjoining Dixon & Gray's; to the extent of calumniating friends, 2nd. For a charter to open Banana 17* ACRES OF LAND IN ALL.

&inet; Senator Allison, of Iowa, drug store, and will use the same as his falsely charging them with fraud,forgery, Creek by dredging and removing obstruc- Price, 82,500.
ol State. tions to and make the same
Secretary navigation
for ,
(ntioned ADDBZSS .
consultation rooms. He also expects to spite, etc? Or did the cunningly] scheming thereby navigable by steamboats, and to
Shiloh Florida.
'NE of our exchanges says that "Un- lodge there, so that he may be found on wire manipulator of the adverse faction dig a canal or inlet from said Banana B. REVELS, ,

/Tom's Cabin with Sallie Partington urgent calls. so pull the wool over his perceptive Creek into Mosquito Lagoon, thereby

by a troupe of genuine South- organs that it is a case of temporary or supplying said creek with sail water and HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
actually draining reclaiming
attrae- The Orange Market. "Old Settler the Brain" to : thereby
:negroes is one of the leading permanent on much ]land now overflowed and value RIVER BAKERYWe
fns of the grand museums and the Report by G. S. Palmer, wholesale the exclusion of all else, even the self-ev less. The said corporotion to receive

eaters just now. commission merchant in Southern fruit ident proposition that the individual Re therefor the, alternate sections of public will Keep on Hand Every Day

______ and produce, 166 Reade St., N. Y. cent Settler may be entitled to more con- lands] on either side of the routes made
BOULANGER'S success in navigable by them for six miles, and, FRESH BREAD CAKES
[GENERAL NEW YORK, Jan. 25th, 1889. sideration than many average (Texas,, also, the submerged lands so actually PIES

(pturing a majority of over 80,000 in The receipts of Florida oranges to-day Florida or other)'pioneers? His status drained and reclaimed by them in town-

iris in the election held last Saturday have been about 3,000 boxes. The now becomes more than ever enigmatical ships 21 and 22 in Brevard county, Flor- ETC. ALSO

onished his political enemies, and it is continues cold, but busi- and difficult of solution. He claims not to ida, and also the exclusive right to op-
will have a great'in- weather very erate barges and steamboats in the watersso Bottlers of Sodawater
[ought this victory ness shows some improvement. Owingto be obtuse, verdant and unsophisticated, made navigable by them, includingthe ,

ience upon the further political comexion heavier receipts of foreign oranges it like the Colonel, yet some of his friends right to charge toll therein and also illksGlilger
of France. The downfall or resaation fain him Nesbitt the fish for and Ale and other Dr.ALL
[ L is not possible to advance the price of would excuse ( ), on the exclusive right to profit ,

of the ministry is predicted at Florida fruit, yet for the finer grades pretext of not knowing how to express plant oysters in said Banana Creek and
the head of Banana River when
early date. the outlook is encouraging. Brights are himself. And perhaps not one offthein salted by them.

selling to-day all the way from $1.50 to who has not condemned his Cain letteras ROBERT MORROW, ATTENTION.

f THE New' York World very appropri- box according to quality and being, under the circumstances, out of S. H. RAY,
that it would be silly ad- 2.50 per S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY
e ly remarks J. :M. DIXON ,
Russets are worth from place and uncalled for-some of them expressing ,
Democratic leader in the condition. R. F. GRAY
Ice' to the : dis- ,
wanted their disappointment PROPRIETORS
Strawberries are ,
$1.25 to $2.00. F. B. SACKETT
Senate bill if ,
"let the pass
louse to to it." The and early shipments will meet with very gust by remarking, "he has simply made 41-GO days. MAX J. HOECK. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
ere are votes enough pass favorable sale. Few new vegetables a donkey of himself." And now, in conclusion 40 '

mocratic party, having a majority of continue to arrive, and egg-plants are' the undersigned has no apolo- That Hacking Cough ran be so quickly cared by
ife House, is still responsible for legisla- and Sbiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by Dixon&
the of a selling from $1.00 to $6.00 per crate; gies for anything or to anyone, defies i Gray, Titusville, Fla. TO B.ENT.
on. And to permit passage : and cucumbers $4.00; tomatoes his foes and slanderers, one and all, insiders -
when that party beans, peas with and Liver Complaint ONE STORY AND A HALF
|ill which raises taxes and outsiders. He is well known tobe Will YOU suffer Dyspepsia A
$2.50 to :3.50.Eau ? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure
pledged to reduce them, and that introduces not a defamer or dirt thrower, but a you. Sold by Dixon & Gray, Titusville, Fla.

the vicious system of bounties Gallic. man who lives at home, attends strictlyto Sleepless night: made miserable by that terrible HOUSE FURNISHED
:>bolstered industries, would be suicidal. cou h. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold ,
Captain :McFadden's schooner Queenis his own business and never interferes by Dixon & Gray,Titusville, :Fla. '

16 action of Mr. Mills the bill and to the the speaker Com- about ready for the tourist travel of with his neighbors' affairs or with them, Catarrh cured,health and good breath secured, At MINIS( near Station,

Carlisle in sending the season, and will leave for except when wantonly assailed; and then, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal
rittee of Ways and Means shows that present injector free. Sold by Dixon & Gray, Titusville, AT $6 PER MONTH. ADDRESS,
andre Rockledge and other points on the river to defend and protect property, person Fla,

he leaders understand the situation very shortly. and family is a right, a duty and a habit. For lame back side or chest use Shiloh's Porous 3rs[ K. J. Hamilton, City Point, Fla.

equal to it. Captain Bennet has been setting out However, individual and local public interests Dtusville Plaster. Price, Fla. 25 cents. Sold by Dixon & Gray,

Ex- varieties of the orange on his lot are often inseparable. And, as tocesbitt's
THE directors of Sub-Tropical some Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure If sold EACOTT & CO.
sition will open their building to the on the Eau Gallie River. persistent harpings (evidently jy us on a guarantee. It cures consumption. ,
divert attention from his detest- Dixon & Gray, Titusville, Fla.
'ublic about the 20th of February, .relining Messrs. Wm. Treutler, W. H. Adams to own TITUSVIIXE, JFI\.,
'. ibly untenable position), relative to his thiloh'8 Vitalizer is what you need for constipa
open until the 1st of May. The and Jno. E. M. Hodgson have been setting I tion. loss of appetite, dizziness and all symptoms
usiness men of Jacksonville, at a recent out peach and other fruit highly appropriate and pertinent allusions rf Dynpep ia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. TIN &: SHEET-EON WORKERS.
pear at the nomination to the almost Sold by Dixon.Gray, Titnsville, FlaCroup
public meeting, responded liberally with trees during the past week. ,
generally notorious special weakness of Whooping Cough and Bronchitis imme-
bscriptions towards defraying the run- looking for a large (lutely relieved by Shiloh's Cure. Sold by Dixon.
estimated at Hodgson Bros. are one whom he justly] deemed an ineligible fc Gray, Titnsville, Fla.MASTER'S. UTTERING( ROOFING,
ning expenses, which are of citrus fruit trees to add
The directors have also consignment candidate for magistrate, they were not And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
about $10,000.
to their continually growing young covertly made, but the matter was privately SAIJB. \
succeeded in funding the indebtedness of This firm have made their first GALVANIZED WORK,
grove. discussed with said candidate'sparticular
at low rate of interest, so thatthe and Under and of decree
$14,000 a of this season, are i hy"irtue a issuing
shipment oranges And Repairing of all kinds
financial part of the work is assured. friends as well as publicly, out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Ju-
satisfied with the returns. in their presence, and in presence of a dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Bre
Brevard to an exhibit -
Now let prepare The Eau Gallic Baptist Church will voting member' of his own family, and vard county, in a certain cause therein depending Location : MAIN ST., iieurriicr.
which should entitle her fo a prominence wherein James A. Carlisle is complainant 3"!
ahead of that which she received '\T. Wilson, at present with Mr. Tiffin, they did not deny or controvert the and Stephen Ellis and Sarah Ellis,

last of Courtney, is contemplating adding statements or their candidate's i known his wife, are respondents, I will)], as Masterin .

season. largely to his grove at this place. So the and self-admitted inefficiency, but, Chancery, sell, at public outcry, to the r

THE complications'arising-, the Sa- work on, with every prospectof thought "his relations could induce him highest and best bidder for cash, on Monday 1 bioS
good goes .
the 4th day of March, A. I) 1889 (thesame L" .
moan questions which are creating charges this point being, in the future, one of to refrain." But, when the absurdity or being the first Monday said month),

between Prince Bismarck and thef largest orange shipping points on the extreme improbability of such a resultwas between the legal hours of sale; in front of \
the Court-house door in the town of Titus .iH .:
our Secretary of State are quite the absorbing Indian River. suggested, one of his very special yule, Florida, the following described real

topics of conversation in regardto be formally opened to public service on friends, publicly] frankly admitted that estate, to-wit: All that piece, parcel or .i 0 pCj wU

foreign affairs these days. The true the second Sunday in February. TheRe his own family had never been able to portion of land situate, lying and being in c

inwardness of the Samoan question maybe ,. :Mr. Chaudoin, the Rev. S. F. Gove, keep him from it when he wanted it. An- the described"county of Brevard follows, and to-wit State: The of Florida southwest -, ,y rc ti o

briefly summed up as follows: The the Rev. H. W. Prince and others will other friend (prominent new comer), per quarter of the south-west quarter of sec- rJ o O
foreign trade of these islands is managed; address the congregation. All, having contra declaring "he was before unawareof tion fourteen(14)( ),townshiptwentv-oleU( ),

by three foreign plantation companies, the religious welfare of the citizens of the facts and could not now support south of range thirty-four ((34)) east, con- W Q ]
taining forty (40)) acres, more or less, according -
one of these is American, another Eng- Indian River at heart are cordially invited him. So much for the colossal "Ca- to Government survey, togetherwith o

lish, the third is a German corporation, to be present. The service will nuck's" much ado: about nothing moun- all and singular the tenement, here- L1-.g a to"0"

in which it is charged that Count Herbert commence at 10:30: a. m., standard time. tain mouse! Respectfully, ditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging :oJ ? .. _: .:k: ,
or in anywise appertaining.Terms 0
Bismarck and other officials of the == o
,; The Building Committee of the Bap- D. P. GIBSON.Brasitley. cash. Purchaser pays for title. = c3Hi -t rz.c
German government are financially in- I tist Church of Eau Gallic desire to return Dated this !>th day of Jan., A. D. 1889. 7' ; ,.. .
terested. During ten years the natives ""ALTEr. S. GRAHAM, \J = \>> a c
have been induced by these companiesto thanks to Mr. Nelson, of Georgiana, Master Chancery, Brevard Co., Fla. li.5 '3* 5

sell their lands for rifles and ammunition for the gift of a very handsome pulpit The vegetable crops of Brantley are I 41-5t. -e C3a IIra
work of I -
desk is
desk. The a
and reading -
to continue war amongst thmselves; promising. Mr. R. B. Stewart has eight c::

they having paid as high as 11 cents art, and we can commend Mr. X. to I acres planted in tomatoes, some of them NOTICE.Ix ri of & old

apiece for cartridges. All these companies those having work of the above description full of the young fruit. He also has two COUNTY COURT, }) Whereas Par- 0 cir
work requiring a first-class Dade County, Fla. thenia F. Dim-
or in Irish rr
any in beans and about two
this =
have been engaged practiceand .... -
ifk has applied for Letters of Adminis- 5 .-
by it the German Company has acquired finish. potatoes and cabbage. He will commence tration cum testamcnto annexo on the ..... :-

over 200,000,acrcs of Jand in Sa- Mr. Geo. Houston has just placed out shipping beans this week. estate of Moore W. Dimick, deceased, ..- e:

been more orange trees in his young grove on late of said county of Dade: These are, 1* = ::
moa. Had the treaty obligations Mr. Jesse T. Simmons has bought a 1 1v
therefore cite and admonish all and "
Eau Gallic River. P. McMillan has to .
the I
strictly observed this situation would lot from R. B. Stewart and is buildinga singular thekindred and creditors of said
not have occurred they prohibit the also set out a large number of Tangerineand storehouse and postoffice. He will be deceased to be and appear before this ""

sale of liquor and arms. It is a matter other varieties of the orange on his ready to move in by the 1st of February.Mr. Court on or before the 18th day of March, S3 r

which correspondence will amicably settle Eau Gallie River grove. The damp A. D. 1889, and file objections, if any
causes weather is almost a hindrance instead of Charles Verbeke has built a hand- they have, to the granting letters as
and results not sufficient
the are
aforesaid otherwise the will be "
his lot in ,north Biant- game
benefit to the gardens under the con- some cottage on .
for anything but such an adjust- granted as prayed.
trol of the latter gentleman. At lea, ley, which is a great improvement to our
ment. The inference that our attitude Witness my name as County Judge of

in this matter is dictated by the "Monroe such has been reported to your corres- little town. the county aforesaid, this 21st day of Wanted.

Doctrine"is absurd,and those acquaintedwith pondent. / Mr. Verbeke has added two acres more January, 1889. ALLEN E. HEYSER Female teacher, for a small school
-term three
months-Salary $18. pertonths
the? circumstances in this case must to his orange grove. 41-6 wks. County Judge. and board. Apply to John II.

know that the "Monroe Doctrine" has Nesbitt-Cain Letter--- Justice We have preaching here every two Sams, Courtenay. Fla. ,

no more to do with this question than and Veracity! weeks by the Rev. Mr. Hiscock, of Geor- Xotlcc.

with the islands of the MediterraneanSea. Editor Florida Star.: giana. His next appointment is Sunday, Land Office at Gainesville, Florida. XOTICE.STATE .

Feb. 3.The. Jan. 5th 1SS9 OF FLORIDA!
inaccurate, , his verbose,
Notice is hereby given that the follow- DADE COU 7Y. /
residents of Brantley are talkingof
scurrillous ,
-Mr. C. T. McCarty, late of Vinton, distorted and insinuatingly ing-named settler has filed notice of his ,To all and singular, the relatIons. re-
Iowa, made us a call on Monday. He is "Resume"(?) says, "the language of his building a church. intention to make final proof in support of present tlvos and next of kin to Robert
I Nesbitt's) letter was that this part fFord's We learn that Mr.. L. J. Tuten, wife his claim, and that said proof.will be made 'alker, late of said county, deceased.
located at Ankona for the practice of before Judge or in his absence, the clerk of You arc hereby cited to before
and untrue will Indian River appear
and children return to
law :Mr.McG artY is a graduate of the letter was Circuit Court, at Titusville, Fla., on March the County Court, at Miami, on the firs
State University of Iowa, one of the ," which the Colonel in his,to-called from an extended visit in Hamilton 4th, 18S9, viz: Alexander Forest, of Titus- onday[ in March next to show cuuewhy
"transcript" altered to "not true in any county Tuesday, Jan. 29.Weare ville. Fla., II. E. 10249 for the lot 1,section letters of administration of cheIoods
leading law, schools of the North, and a clause "ut- 1, township 20 south, range 35 east.He chattels and credits of Uober1-
Practicing attorney'of .fivp years' experiTeace. particular! Now, glad to see our friend Charles 'names the following witnesses to \\.'alker, late of Dado county, deceased

.' .He.bas..6 highest' recommeuda-, terly, ',falsorad...........;........ ; untrue" ,"' occurs nowhere 'Magruder many orders- for or-,i prove,his continuous. residence upon and estate,; ,should not be .granted to E.
; raig- .' "" L_ -.RCi6e .hrstseolo, .,, i .- '. lemon: trees: He liras tho finest ,,cultivation,,said .land.vb'r4G : 9aIe", who, has made ,>applicat, for"u.e
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.' t _, THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1889. f. o o.r. .::; :. .
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1 FOR SALE. i i NOTICE. ...). ...-.._....'ti1.' .
)bBdonlndianRiverinthe I would remind my Friends and Cus- In Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial ; ., ,, !

,Jot yard No., 'c 3, and south half tomers that this is the month for takingan S. H. RAY Circuit of Florida, Dade County, .:'" ,4.:,.,\;
of section 35
quarter In Chancery. : ,
the southwest quar- Inventory, and in seeking to
ilnrest iking of sectionJSSp EZRA A. OSBORX, ','_' : "/
quarter Bill for Partition e;.' 'f .
31 south,, range 39! Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., \FIELD, of Lands. .

J 3of. rery rich desirable quality, suitable piece of PRINT IN G. REDUCE THE STOCKfor It having been made to appear to the ,

?of all tropical fruits. Is Court by affidavit of the above named > ..
near Enos posttb TITUSVILLE, FLA.Cen't Complainant that the said Ezra A. Os- '.
e Narrows born, and Elnathan 1'. Field as tenants
for cash. For this and make for
sell cheap purpose, to way
in common haye each an equal undivided -
one half interest in certain tracts of
lT : Jddres8E.. M. LOW, ,\ my land in the County of Dade and State of ,.,: )
Brockton. Mass. Florida, to wit: :- :

. NEAT AND PROMPT. Lot No. 7 of section 17 and lot 2 ofsection "-,
NE'wSprifigStock i -
: 50TICC.
]6. township 41 south range 43
, with full set of toolsartesian east, containing 75 25-100 acres; Lot .
wells. With my Merchandise No. 4, section 29, township 47 south. "

funk four wells 155 to range 43 east containing CO-100 acres; ,
ire obtaining flows of from Lots Xo. 1, 3, and 5 section 2G, and lots ''' .
Xo. 2 and 3 section 27, township 53
,(iOO(gallons per day, south 42
range east containing 156 73- .
also large set
Have a STORE.
100 Xortheast of
j acres; } northeast J,
inch pipes, wan-
s uto ten section 27. and northeast $ of section 34,
"6 ventured in the business, township 53 south, range 42 east con-
tools, and successfully obtainS tainingl71 SO-I 00 acres; Lot Xo.2 section
g wells,I ask the patronage 11, northwest i of section 34, lot Xo. 1
.of citizens and friends who I AM MAKING SOME and 2 of section 33, township 53 south

r =1 efforts and who want I propose to keepFirstClass range 42 east containing 244 98-100
, folly, acres ; Lots X o. 5 and 6 section 11, lots
;f ALBERT S. :MAGRUDER, LOW PRICESAND Xo. 1, 4. 5 and 8, of section 14, lots Xo.
Rock Ledge. 1,4,5 and 8,section 23,township south
JOB PRINTING A StockGROCERIES range 42 east. containing 1G7 14100acres

; Southwest \ northeast }, west '
Easiness Booming. i of southeast } and southeast j of southwest -
BO one thing has caused such SACRIFICING. SOME GOODS. i,Sec.27 township 53 south ran e42
viral of trade at all the drug -OF- east containing 160 acres;Lots No.1 and
: jto River as their giving -SUCII AS- section 23. lots 1,land 3. section 20,lots
jr customers of so many free 1, 3, 4 and 5, of section 35, township 52 '\
k a/ of Dr.King's New Discovery I south range 42 east. containing 53G 44 t
4. r? tion. Their trade is simply LETTERIIEADS.XOTEIIEADS, -100 A. Lots Xo. 1, 3,and 4,of section 2,

A ,ia this very valuable article lot 1 of section 11, east i of northeast tot
SEEBargainCounter l\l\Y sectiOn 22, township 53 south
met that it always cures and .. range
imoints. Coughs, colds, asth- i 42east, containing2GO 92-100acres; East .
and all throat and 4 of southeast i, southwest J of southeast
itfy croup, cured. You } of section 22, township 53 south range
a quickly BILL-IIEADS, Goods. 42 east, containing 120 acres; Northwest
bUying by getting a trial i northeast], southeast 4 of northwest
lArge size $1. Every bottle DRY GOODS 1, northeast i of southwest 1. and lot

STATEMENTS, I Xo. 1, of section 27, township 53 south.
range 42 east, containing 178 46-100
N j p. p. p. acres: Lot No. 5 of section 27. town- ,

[Ash, Poke Root and Potassium CIRCULARS, NOTIONS ship 53 south, range 42 east containing '
1 [Hood Purifier in the world. For 3i 65-100 acres; Lot No.C of section 13, \

(jQieumatisin,Scrofula, Old Sores, S OES.Especially lot 5 of section 25, township 50 south \I'
: tpdons, Malarial Poison, or any FOLDERS, range 42 east containing 18 80-100 acres; ,
Lots Xo. 1 2 and 3 of section 12 lots
of the
\ Eystem requiring power- Mcns' Ladies' & CI1ihlrens'SaOES.
I Purifier, use only the P. P. P. fine Shoes Closing Out FOR Xo. 1 and 2 of section 35, township 51 t
-" ble and invincible. Prickly south,and lots Xo. 1, 5 and G of section 2
x ot and Potassium is also the INVITATIONS, COST on Goods over$3.50. Too of township 52 south, range 42 cast con- .

fife tonic. It never fails to bring much fine Stock in this taining 392 26-100 acres; Lots 1 and 5 '. \
: an back to a healthy condition : of section 11, lots 1, 4. 5 and S of section \ .
i down by sickness or overwork. PROGRAMMES, line.LADIES' 14, township 52 south, range 42 east,
containing 05.100 acres; Lots Xo. .
it should be used by
spring 2 and 5 of southwest 4 of northwest J of .-
." will build you up, give you STREAMERS, section 2. northwest of southeast| of .::
a digestion and enable I
your .
\ section 22 township 53 south 42
fluid our long and enervating
1 cast, containing 144 25-100 acres; All
FothuJg like it to aid digestion- "
DODGERS, of fractional section 10 except 3 acres on .
th of D
worst cases sY -
fflgtocure hnuaI Skin peculiar FELT SKIRTS IIP north end northwest 4 of northwest J of ,-
dried 9CLOTHING section 21 (fractional),township!south
climate immediately
i BUSINESS CARDS, range 42 east, containing 103 75-100 ".
m -..... AT ACTUAL COST.L.1RGELLE acres West i of southeast t of section .

irousness and Dyspepsia use .. t 21, northwest t of northeast i, east of .
per Pills. WEDDING CARDS, northwest } and southwest } section ..
OF HOSIERY 28, township 54 south, range 42 east

and Fever take Lippman'sBrace AT ABOUT COST. containing25243-100acres; All fractional .
':; VISITING CARDS Parts of sections 32 and 33, township 54
south, range 42 east, containing J>S7 .

Up. GENT'S AND BOYS' CAPS acres : All fractional parts of sectioI1s-
feeling depressed, your appc- -TO THEFLORIDA- 4 and 5, township 55 south, range 42;

',you are bothered with headf .. AT COST. Gents Furnishing Goods, east, containing 637 acres; Lots So. 1
f tare- fidgetty, nervous, and gen- and 3 of section 5, lots No. G and 10 of '.{. I
'..of sorts, and want to brace up. section 8, lot No. 2 of section 17, town- I
,but not with stimulants, spring STAR COLORED DRESS SHIRTS ALSOCROCKERY ship 41 south, range 43 east, containing ,:

,orbitters, which have for their 219 25-100 acres; Northeast I of south- t ..
i of section 17 lot No. 3 of section ..
cheap whisky,and which stim- I WILL BE SOLD FOR COST. east ,
for an hour, and then leave 21, lot No. 7 of section 28, township 41
y torse condition than before. JOB PRINTING OFFICE, GLASSWARE south, range 43 east\ containing 139 75- \
100 Lots No.1 2 and 4, and
Durant is an aletrative that will LADIES' FELT HATS acres; ,
oar blood, start healthy action of north i of lot No. 5 of section-33, all

;4kidneys, restore your vitality. fractional parts of section 34, township
renewed health and strength, FOR COST. HARDWARE'AND 41 south, range 43 east, containing 212 } .
medicine you will find in Electric 2-5.100 acres: Lots No. 1, 2 and 3 of
section 3 township 42 south 43: .
tad only 50 cents a bottle any range
60 Indian.River.I TINWARE, CROCKERY R'.1RE, east, containing 187 78-100 acres; Lots ': \
No. 1 and 4 of section 28, lots'No. 4 and

1 WILL BE SOLD OUT CLOSE.I 5 of section 29, lot No. 1 of section 33, '
LUGE HOUSE township 44 south, range 43 east, containing -
130 CM00 acres, Lots No. 1, .
.: : (L'" t::- ,...,. Ship Chandlery Goods. ;5 and 8 of section, lots No. 1 and 7 of i., .

Indian River Florida, .l,;>'. section 8. township 45 south, range 43 > .
.:' cast, containing: !} 23-100 acres: Lots ,:

been Re-Furnished, is NOW .... Xo. 1 and lots No. G, 7 and 8 section .
have a Large Stock of 17, lots No. 1 and 2 of section 34, township -

'foR GUESTS, under the Man 45 south, ranee_ 43 cast, containing ....
.of its old and 217 11-100 acres; Lots No. 1, 2 and 3
: proprietor Imported Jellies and Jams These will be the main features* of my of section 3, lot No. 1 section 9, lots
S P1.INEProprietor. No. land 2 of section 10, township 46
business, but orders sent me for anything -
Pamphlet south, range: 43 cast, containing 230 97100 -
Reduced in Price 25 per cent. kept in any store in Tjtu acres; Lots Xo. 1 and 3 of section

tie 29, lots No. 1 and 2 of section 31, lot
Florida. ville will be promptly filled. X o. 1 of section 32, township 48 south,
39 range 43 cast containing 164 02.100
acres; Lots o. 1 and 2 of Ecction 5
lot No. n) of section G, lots };o. 1 and 2 "
HffOR FOR SALEA of section 7, township 49 south, range

"' Seed Potatoes now in Stock. 43 east, containing 180 71-100 acres;
.rOaIE, NEW, Prillt11g1! Chickens Lots No. 1 and 2 of section IS lots No.
\Vill buy Fruits.Eggs, 1 and 5 of section 30, township 49 south, '"
DERN Chili Reds, range 43 cast containing 227 (, -100 ;
COTTAGE acres; Lots No. 1,3, 4 and 5 of section .
Early Rose, Or anv Country Produce my customers 31, township 49 south, ranjre 43 east,

OF EIGHT ROOMS, ( containing 105 acres; Lots No. 1 and 2 .
Snow Flakes friend-s bring
or : may
of section 28, township 47 south range;

HlLF Peerles to market. 43 east, containing 61 30-100 acres. -l
ACRE OF GROUND SEND YOUR ORDERS / And that the object of this'suit is to procure f
... partition of the And it having "
Beauty of Hebrous. same. .
vr1 out. Pleasant surroundings. f been made to appear that Elnathan : -
PAMPHLET PRINTINGOF I ask for share of the of the circuit in which this suit is
.s. L A. MACKENZIE. '. a public patronage
; /:. instituted. It is therefore ordered
l and come as a supplicant, not a the said Elnathan 'T. Field do appear ;, ,"_4.
TITUStit ILLI 1, FLA. 33 and answer said bill for partition herein >J ,
r -- My die tator, asking for your favor filed at Miami, in Dade County, on or f

A'OTICE..Hrioushaving before the first day of February A. D. #
If courteous treatment,good 18; And it is further ordered that .';
claims against the ALL DESCRIPTIONS GROCERY STOCKWas of this order be 'published in "",.'
Susan p- Russell late of BresFloridadeceased goods and low figures, is a copy .
; the FLORIDA STAR, a newspaper published ,
herepresent ,
I'td to the, ndidate for in the adjoining County of Hre- .: ,"
them -
ted, within the time nrescribto PTO TlIEFLORIDA- never more complete and attractive.GEO. yard, there being no newspaper publish c._ ;..
It to the Honorable Minor S. public favor, ::, '. ed in Dade County for four consecutive y

(:Oont1 Judge of said county orrsI -". .,'. then 'I'melected -,_* '*r weeks 'next preceding the said first day.' ,

.,Gtde':bar ed.,or this notice, will STAB .. of February, A. D. 1889.

eil of to said payment; and all per- Done ,and ordered in .Chambers at

dlate settlement estate are with required the DeLand, Florida,this 28th day of Nov.

/ JOB. .PRINTING OFFICE. .B. .BUMPH: : ; :, Yours,.anxJo please, ,.A.P.18SS.
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here,th Y'stm remain. 1fr. yandefesdhha pulle3 tire cTfair from"under :LoiLsBaich- PIONEER COOPERAGE CARDS.

,E: A Schoolmaster's Freak. given Sillers a-good position the her, of Mahoiujy City. :Penn. 'lhe. eter-

sIlkmIll. I ans enjo\e the joke for a second, but Syrup Barrels $2.25. L. A. GIXGRAS,

4 NEW YORK, Jan. 21.-South. Amboy, I wh-n i.:ii. hliidii not ri-e the weie

N. J., it agitated over the eccentricities A Horrible Decapitation.., .'. horror-tiicke-i to und 'io trate. Gauged in order ten cents extra.

I bt .heu fro his mouth and '
S of Prof. Comes Corker.the. principal of 1 Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. .
Van.m hi I had burst boad"essel..
Gottlieb 1I
S the Park public schooL Corkery has O'IVLLE, Jan. 25.- I ears. : a

about: two hundred and fifty'children a .ullo aged German cabinetmaker I .r-ec're re KM" c.uld rc!;,-h H.siciilorh O. B. Rock Ledge, Florida.
dird at the scene: (.f the practical .
under his charge. A few days ago he was Banding in the L. & N. yard at : r-gut.
S' 'S married himselt to one of his pupils, lit- South Louisville yesterday, when his* lutebit but 1. .eke, in the presence of hunI Honey barrel and Oval \\th'r Breakers. L. GAULDEX,
I lte.s r his .fLa.r4de. .Mei.ixian, D.
tle Birdie Mundy, the ei'Iuyearoiddaughter if to iucOvi ga\e from 82.00 up.
H oiT. He stooped over as
Jitiu-elf and inow in
the I U' awaiting;
of a rishernian of town. fell under the
it, when he directly
thaoli of the He is
n g.and jury. on Tanksand ATIO
of the
Prof. Cotker.r'wrotc an account which) RHEY-AT-LAW
4 : wheeloC tome backing cars ,
dId vrnf dibtra tion. He and the
wedding, in which he tell how the directly over his neck, a..d with I 't'icti:1\ of his sad joke were bosom all kind of COOPEIC WORK to order.T. Florida.
Titusville -
school 11\t-t'd
S children were all asembIed5in \ Lr-iHing his head or bod.'. cut

and the lisping innocents joined in a thro fh he 'Itsh and muscle liku! an i rien--. ,;(?1liON.IaGruige. ,

'magic circle and sans, "Rock a-bye Baby I the head only by I
;S ?. l IcKviu pttachetl ,
Identified He "Wore. .
by Ring : :
then announced
the Tree sidt.
on Top. t.n' to'if;!h ligament on the lower : I .. .
the event by tiring a revolver out of a ------ -- ---------- .
S window of the school to "the cardinal I DaNil.L'Jhl.n.. :">.Georgo E. TCvzi ,OOODOO that AttorneysatLaw.Titusville .

of the "' NEGRO BRUTE HANGED.Ed M.-n.nJng. aged eighteen while walkingon
points compass. re1iabLl'onse
o2 the largest and most ,and they usoFTy's Florida.
S He characterizes himself as "a High tlu} ; railroad track in this city, oa his ,

Pret: in t.te Temple of Knowledge. an '' '\ the 3Iarietta Wife Murdertlr, wa to vi .it his bwoetheait. war See

angel of light, or Jack the Giant-Killer CLMtcated Without Troublr.<< BOBBINS
id killed
o..r a h..tmtl. by a {ias.e'i.evtiain GEO.1.
I in disguise: his sword the pen, a spear MAraETTA, Ga.. Jan. 20.-Ed Williams, iii- body' was ground into fr-;- 4. e D.3LPERRY& acknowledged to bo tha

and of truth his robe; his helmet of darkness a sheet or of dynamiteS foolscap, ;' alias Fry, the negro wife murderer, was nient: He only recogni ed in: .-j-: Largest Seedsxic.ito ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

l.l i m w.r i on h.s little : the world.
plain g- < ;
ottle coal black ink. hung at 12:30 Friday. I
bombs, a i and -lii h \a- l'1"t'e.ted to him bt.. ;..' !, i'ry D M.Fsmn'r.tC.'ttandrce TrrrsviLLE, :FLA.
S Corker : b account: of the wedding Just l fore the guard took his placo '
t A'oiinsr lall lv.Ciircttcd. :; -
in the South Ambov Citizen. unattended for -
printed I the condemned was left .
One of the townsmen was indignant at a short time. He improved thia time by -- ------ SEED AwL :A1.. THRASHER, f

what he termed the eccentric! ies of the ; singing and praying aloud. \\ hLh seemed : Killed Him.H ciJUbI.rAN, For 1889 ..

school principal, and niftier tho narno of 1 to annoy the pri oners in the adjoining .flLj' pI S Win be mailed FRC, ATTORNEY-A -LA ,

S "Junius" he wrote a scorching: letter to cells. I S"n .\Tf: () :. .!'an. 5.Frank Whites.b 2 J' to to last all years applicants customer and* -

tho Citizen. Prof. Corkery answered. I' They mocked him as he pr.jyed, I .:o b iiltod.iy.. Cigarette brnoking .- S S ? without ordennff it.Iarul.z. ,.P O. Box 20. SANFORD, FLJLAV :
of the S eentb
to all.Erery person nemc ill practice iu all the couiit.c
S and in the coarse of IIH coinrui.nicaiion: I loud and him because haW I 35 ower
groaiied guyed ktlle i hm. fii'saine insanity: -, then hi esteac. Garden.Field or Flower Seedj Circuit and Supreme Coart. 3':
con ended that he was he oooer or 3 to surfer death on the scaffold. I i should send for it. Address ,-

Living Crowbar of >ew Jersev. intend While ihey were engaged in this to i lit at i D.!53.FERRY&CO.,Detroit. Mich. LLEX IX IIEYSEK

ing, as Goi's: :!a.-deii-binl of liberty tq them pleasant cccupation, Judge Winn iI I .- ------ ------- A ,

break the ircn>u.<* of tyranny, vio'ence: and Mr. J. Z. Foster, the negro'b lawyer, I Ii i Consumption Surely Cured.To JOHN F. STILOTON & SON

.. :and oppression ( \'el"where.: and: over the
I came to jail. I 'I II I ...' '., Attorn y-at-Law an CeuTeiaastr.
fo'uwxrn extan'S the that TIn EDITOR-Plense inform yonr rtaders that
every prostrate It had been reported over city I I III ,
I have for- thn aboeiainoddisfast a- -_ ---:::;:-"" ':"'5'F.' (-
a poMtue remedy
Prof. I orkery i- s-ili principal the the condemned man had confessed to ''' 3-= Jj; Lake Worth Dade CountFltrida..
: South Amboy school.Committed. of his isoners that he had II ::*. By itb timely Use tliousanu- Lopt'lesri I I ;,_ :
two feliow-p
cases have ljfn permanently cured. I phall he ''IFf : Will furnish Abstract of Title to Did
S helped to murder three men before he glad to send two bottles of my remnly Fr.EE to am f I
j I Sniciccle.BEETILLE. killed his wife. 1 of yonr readers who have consumption if they will I Vx'f. ""S- County ]lands.B. rR
send nit> their express anil post office aildr'sKespectfnlly. -?.
On hearitg this tho judge and Mr. nf
Iirp:trtor1f all kinjMout -* i
Te" ., ."an.2 Howard C. Foster went to the jail to see what they IT. A. SLOCUM :\::. C., 151, Pearl st., New YoiK : Havmoiiieas BURCHF1ELD,
could learn about it with a view oi securing -. 34 n .1 .
: Nash v.-h > wrs for kn': time operator -
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i Yoii..rdltN {
; In -
I for the if i. A'Jt: :'tf'.iit.vii \4> nc. ,
a reprieve' negro
the Ark ', li.iuw.iV OJ ca. --- ---- .
at na : >: --- SURVEYOR.Orders :
would throw light other taur- : COUNTY .
any upon Sfotv's This t
commit MIIC ue in ne 5ec.. Hie Cemetery : 1'. T1TTtiN !; SON,

yesterd. is l .'Jy \\.o* found by I' ders."Ed said Mr. Foster "the soliciwr.I i We offT O:ie HunJiert Dollirs Re\vir for aiijca ; :Ju.nE, ; J:'.r \oKIlI ; by mail will recpive as prompt

some school chilJan lyi-ig llhe side or of Catarrh that cannot be cund by UJtis'gIIaHfs .
genera! is in tow, and if you hare. any Ca'arrlCni".-. attention as per n.Aihg1re
his lan.... the tI
b.Ly'b gr.v. t'augig; on I confe.sion to m klce now is the lime to : F. J. CHENiA & CO. proprietors, TolotK 0. ] : Georgiana, Fku
rails of the til .osuve. FivHu the pos.- We the nnderiiiqned, hive known J Chen)'
make it. and: weill telegraph the governor -I I I
tio:! in which hi> il .t l\". i h e must h \e I for the la-t 15 ;\'eus. .tnd behevo linn p'rf.'r.tlr h"norabl" "
"r..lltl..ur. .iml V.'aol <: leJOHX lpalera
S sk for u reprieve K ou are ;iv.rt -'a. r
rested in m.m \\heuthe ng > } iu aU bnvmfs tran>;uction", and hiiatmally, .
a reil.uiug {I' I ,I is) all kh..1. ni tr !I w. s tired. .,. -.. .l:. re }-i..ol wiling! tm, Le a conicsslou and swear able to carry out any obligations made by their I '.:"..", :\1 :\.i.--, h.u.hs... .t. ,:..:! U 'X" D,tl h.tru.I .. t
I to it. I firm ,t.:.I t.ti' ('f't..trtt..ft 3:1 ien
WES grasped in thl' r:<:lit hanTes1iot The n.. was peifectly quiet for a I w."t \c Trnx wholesale drujiiii't: Tolt-ilo O. (HU VI.ii.Stri'gM :'... i
tore away near y the \' huh of the! t. .10- I gro : I cv.itthiiz. Kmnan & Marvin, wbolcsale ilrn.; JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor
and then "t.ont -- ---- --
moment. turning begau
Toledo, Ohio.
hed. L'n id pt-r. n \\ -, l') IOUIM t\.o ciits
letters, one *to hi \ie. aut the 0: her side.talking he back said.and fonh.spitiiu.gon every ,: E. II Van. Toltdo Hoesen, Toledo. NitiomlTank. F. SYKAITOX A: SON, the Second Justice District of Bre- -.2

addressed to the p blic. The .vtter read.. "I know as there's no hope for me, and I : Hall's Caurrh Cure i* taken Internally. Hc'h tg IeI prtrs yard county ; Court days third Mondayof
follows I directly the blood and mucus surfaces of the
C8 : upon each month.
must die to-morrow. I can't help itand :1'.1 wioeaale:
te-lli. Pri'e 75c. pr bottle. es STI4
: AT IHB GRAVKYAUD, Jan. 1?.-To .a
: I I'm willing to die. Sold by all Druggists. fl"aJ'ro i:1
Whom it Concerns i would 1'av-_' died :
: .
Abo .1 : clock he '\erit to fleep, and
- before this if it had not i ctn f. i ha .ender slept unt-1 '. who ho urot>e. and alter I THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
feelings 1 han for my beloved wile. wi.lkinarourii hiell a short while. : Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ? X'SIC.LMGfChanfiis3

It'aim. s breaks 1115 heart to think of knelt the and began praying i
in orner The best salve in the world for cuts, 1 -
the anguish act \\'H: c ue her, and 1 I Icat1o'c1
my < which he uniil carried to the
kept u :
would the on i*" 1 aw t.nv hoi;e for me mil fro ; bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feversores : ; ; ,
a own
to make a succes.- of life bu bee none. -An i'tinen e ,n oucourso of people, tetter chapped hands, chilblains !!; A. B. CAMPBELL: S

Drink b s ruined m. 'Js. drink infernal mo..tlv. ngroeIaeked the streets all corns and all skin eruptions' and positively b 49 "

thin t has wn>eke.) .. e. i nd I the m.rni g. but the i .ecution: came off cures piles, or no pay required. :'l\lcie \ Lane I Jacksonville Fla.

- could not. uit it. It h s d;i tn qie from without iuci
prosperity to'pen ,TVn,'t in my nee.l or money refunded. Price 25 cents ] XE\V YORK.

my best friends h :ve"fors k -n me. Some .AnotherELLAVILLE Hztntng. per box. For sale by all drug stores in John F. Stratto: & Son's Celebrated

aided me, i nd to them J am very grate- Ga.. Jan. 26.-Charles Titusville, and on Indian River. Russian Gut Violin Stiings, I will Sell and Deliver at your Dearest
ful, and to t em A \\ill say that my wife
will ry them every cent I owe thm i Blackman. the murderer, was hung at Tim FINEST: IN THE WOULD, station First-Class

hive: a life oUCin the Legion of Honor this place Frid.u Advice to Mother Our Guarantee.. a Jjfiler r"'e\t'/i a com*
j Mrs.W SLOW'S SOOTHING STBUP should alwaysbe plaint (wLicii It* bfliete be lioufrt} from anynniMcitn *
for $ .000."uo: to d tta.V icli Willleave used 'When children are cutting teeth. It relieves t<>\\)iti&i lie i<;010 .., la KI y nt thf.tdnlI, PJ.A..N""OSOa.
my family in better circumstances TatUe: with "Wildcats. the little snffereratonce;itproducesnatnral, lie i< fitlionziM Iu" tijiv... bun ii>i"tli'-r ..tri -1(
th. n if were uvmc :. M v wi'e'i": too quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes'brightas wtii-i.t tli.irte.: ami ;;ll iuJi lo-s will be made or.
a button." It is very pleasant to taate. It "K'' >o Josiah A.
her Jan. 24. Farmer
good for me. t od blea-t : Tme. noble NORWALK. -
soothes the chn",SOfteDS th gums,allays all pain, qnpsn. i JVw.>it> .'f 1uitJtti.11".J
f. i liful ho .it : FarovrelL Finch. of Wimiipauk. had an adventure regulates the bowels,and is the best known remedy Dealers \vill pleJ-e ."II.t fur de ,'ril't1\'e caU- : ;-.A.NS:

I H C. NAS:'. that he ...11. not soon forget. As was his for diarrhoea, whether arising cents from a bottle.teething or i'2u.Tzthi; Mijit'tie.l -it lawe..t rtics. .
At the bottomof, the letter 'W' usual practice he went to his barn an othu.causea.. --.----------- FOR LOS MONEY than any other boiu i. tU r .
hour before daylight to milk the [uited Stat.I: alay. guarantee i :ttn>n..*U toJe
or more
Please wi at Basir-p for the Season.
telegraph e Opened
my to. ag r.pruen t.d. I u$IIshtpa l'i.uiocrOrgt.a tomy
that do-a ed to be buried: a Lee\ille bj cov\s, pre aratory starting on hi liourttt lUau or woman, on trial sad U PI '
S the yns-cn route to th.b: city, when he heard a great terA man who is interested in his ownS satisfactory' I will pay freight both waj Su rcash
.I_ commotion among hi-> pigs, that were and $10 a month ou a Piano, and $10 caa h sad r
the ada.3foir. know
His wie has been. rpprise of i welfare will be pleased to tha: t Mick .:
I (5 a month till paid for-not
con n--d in a p: n at the rear of his carriage on an Organ !\
wore than ordinary rtnu On these nl'7liMn1
.- hoUbe. He hastened to eo what ANDREW GIBSON lerras anyone can own a instrument. Scad ft* bUEE

A FsperieuceI' \\ao the trouble, and at he was groping }? CATALOGUE containing foil taf naat.**.
S : along in the dark he .' as ly it- Keeps the finest oysters to be found in beet iliuic. Strings, "Iohnl. Banjo. QHltar. Ae
ordeou, nd in fact iluwcml ln tro..a.
- ked lack b ect. that ;a -
ta: br a large i >
MIcI4 Ind., Jan. 23.: -Ou last Mo Titusville, that: ts made,and at very low prices. &ecdforccjleta -
tened it long, ll; r:) cliws ore;' no his of Cfcafa
I bate 20.000 piece
John Sba resident of
day morning ner, a
tit sIt. Finch cauh; the auim.t.LJy the AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS.: llmic at 10 ceuu per('()rr. 5,0"0 boob of Ctofc
-- S Spath Muncie, nurrowlescaped: death foreleg and throat. 'when the latter in )tlunc at 10 cents per copy. 5,000 Book of C'V -'
-0- oral and Instrumental Music at fio reSts a**X*
in a very singular wax tooiedavs pievious return, tautened his teeth dee snt )

_ S. he had been operated on by Dr. the tarmers- arm, and held on with a ;1-'SELF Plain and Fancy Cake-made to order.LaJa8 c t enLs.50 per Any cent piece below of publishers sheet music prices.published Books at fill 1f

Green for an abscess in the fide and a grin of iron. A seeretu"s.e brwJ c I7.'r. )IP't$each, sheet nnic size 10 crcts. Seed ftCatalogue.

drainage tube was inserted as a conduit it wa u <}U .stion for a timo hich :-: .} ) .-.C'lEJNCB:: c>P XaX' Dread ahraijs on hand. t'

for the excrescence. The tube was'in- woud: get the best of the figh. Th animal A ot >.vLlc 01.J Standard Premature Popular: Decline Medical,Treatise Nervous Also a first-class Barber shop attached. A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla.
i.rrorsof Youth,
*erted in a n.anner thought to m. un* was tn\lly forced to lelea.e its aaJ: ical Debility Impurities of the Blood 0:
:perfect safety, but in a tit of coughing it grip. al.l wa.s'thrown to the g ouml.U.e Pliy Meals at nil hours; (rom 5 n. 11 p.m. Mention( this paper.] 56-lyr.

was loosened and drawn inward i.n-il it aiuing its 'eet in an iTtst.nt. ir .united 1 Parties ilesirnjr to leave on morning mail
boats and hacks please note tbls.
S disappeared in the large cavity between t\.ard)1r mch and fastened its __ _n __ i,000 Budded Trees For Sale r rA
tl.e thorax and dla hragm. Other physicians oul '
tceiii juts the cahy part of his s er. PARKER'SI

were hastily' summoned, ;md.x Another endued but Mr. 1 in,:-h I I siRIES t Low Prices.

-with a Jongandcrooked.handJedto"'c san finally stun Ld a ro's a. lieivv, t la rel HAIR BALSAMCleanses

; exploration was made, and by what slave, which he liked up, an.l b nt the Resulting from Folly,Vice,Ignorance.Exceesea or _[Promotes and a luxuriant beautifies growth.the hair. 60,000 in Nursery.

eemed the merest chance the tube vrcssecored animal until it fell to the ground. air Overtaxation.Enervating and unfitting the victim Never Fails to Bettor Gray

and drawn to the opening and Inca supn F:d. dead. On et .mine: for Avoid Work unskilful,Business pretenders.,the Married or Possess Social this Relation.great Hair to its Yonthful Color. pp1y to W. H. SHARPE, ,

bought out. Itt ai certain death for with a l"ttem. ho "-. ver. tins %1\1 run>e vrork. It contain*DO1)pages,royal Svo. Beautiful _Prevents___6ne.and Dandruff$1.O)at and falling City Point. FI*.

S the tube to remain lo g in the cavity, proved be iiconeot. .nd tue far l.l'r bind jig, embossed full gilt. Price only$1.00 by ...
and tic rel'ef to the ba imagined hn'lWhat :'I. pont-pald. concealed In plain wrapper. llltii -
; patient may i cU 0 ticsiv- ;-e ProFpcctus Free. If you apply now. The I. g
_ 1 not described. t age animal l'u'.ld 1:1' e been. >t is sup clsi !?ulhed author, Wm.. U. Parker, M.D., reMEDAL-

posed to I I.e a wild-tat.: for uuih an animal c.:'c\l the COLD AND JEWELLED Traveling North or South take the
In. from the National Medical AssocIation..for '
7 The Wharf Caves has bveu cars fig the farmers ot t
that se t on n. litt.H aunoyan e of 1 te, PHYSICAL DEBILITY. Dr.Parker and a corps .

SAVANNAH, Ga., Jan. 23.:: -A long section and has n t }<;t been captured o slain. of Assistant Physicians. may be consulted"- ..eonfi.;.. J)4allory S. S. Line tV
dentially, by mat or In person, tn; tne enice: ox ,
of the Ocean Steamship: compan' s THE 1'EAUOm MEDICAL INSTITUTE. w

wharf, fell in yesterday atteraoo and Married Only Six Non*.h No.4Unlfinoh St., Hoston. Mas., io*.horn all

threw th rty med into the r \'er.I orders>> for above.books o'r Icttrra for advice ehould be i.LL oz'1Ltac1iTi1n. 1otwc oil
directed as
Three of them ar& irissi g. They are 'VN"EETnd .Tan. '.!riankVat-

; J.'C. Matthews. whi.e. shipping clerk: soa. living a 0 it tlnte rail*'. >ouih-east New York and Florida Boston and the East r

f S Charles "Williams' a d Dennis Floyd, col oft;. n'll-orn, '. oinmitted :-uc.jeeter.: : Y1EA1U1D1EYS Philadelphia
I ored.
day. He t ok tifty plains: of morphine. .
to be drowned. The
S They are supposed .
He had lenin 'd that ft!hcerIof t-orne BACKACHE SailingFROM
wharf was oVerloaded with g..ano, v.440 hi.u for i
place in Mitsoan \\cle after a
tons: of which sank in o the sea. XE1YOnI{ CITY YROX FERNAXDIXACENTRE ,
mu der co.umitted there in a house of and Uterine
Sides and lUck. Hip Kidney r.
----- -- Aclnng .
i I"ame.'aISOll L\td lucre at the Pain, Rheumatic. Sciatic Sharp and \Wakening

S More Cranks at Work. tine i.nder :n ,uuied tame. Pains, Relieved. in one first minute and bv only the instantaneous Curticura AotiPaiu Ihe Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAX ANTONIO, 1U0 '
The ,
; jr" 4INDIANAPOLIS anub and PJatoter *
Vv at'O cam: to rn bought; pain-tllllus, strengthening"plaster. 25 cent ; fire GRANDE.

S Jan.The police superintendent nearly one dr .cnm ot morhine.turning i e- for $1.00 At druggist, or of Pornn DRUG AND JEST Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable sailing alternately. Table i
'- yesterday received a badly hue h. took the morphine, CHEMICAL('o.. Boston. ...
: the best the Coast
written scrawl reading : p led o,* his boo,. went to bed. and Pimples,blackheads, chapped and oily kin curedb1 on ,
S told hi-.wi e what he had done. and told CcnccKA SOAP. SCHEDULE.
her to serod f\.r bis two neighbors, William -

S .... "I: am in this city now, and will soon and Herbert Al en, to waoin .he HINDERCORNS. SOUTH-BOUND, from :Pier 21, E. River Ne\v York December 2Stb, JanuaryItb

-S begin my horrible work. Take warn comVs'e-1 'he murder He aid he would The only to 8UftI thefeet.Care 15o.for at CorDII.Druggists.8top.BISOO4Co.N.Y.)uaureseom.fors I,llth, 18th, 25th ;' February 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd.

'mg. S rather die of hb own hands than fall '
"* NOflTU-BOUND from Fernandina 4:30 train from Jacksonville.
v "J RIP Fn. ,
AC TIE into the hauat of the ofticeri: as he CONSUMPTIVES

: ,.' This'was'written on a postal card, and would be ,han eli. Tao only regret he ITaTe you"tT t. liAs coredmdeFeOiTe"nutrition. ( CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder...............ThuwdarP.3I." !kt 2th i\\
TON.C. i
S.- each corner of the card was besmearedwith exn,.e sed aLo t commitwng, uicide was rAR OIN O 6 oes&R remedJ',UI'afltUw STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams....................._ Jat. 31t1 f
blcoJ.. intending thereby to give the probabili.y tf hb toul Len; lost. Takalattmo. 60c adLMi CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Wilder. .Tbursdav 10th
Captain .............. j 1
S his fool Lrother of .'; Watcou, who U 11th
: additional significance to utter Be was a m. STATE OF TEXA, Captain Williams..................._ .. !

; ances. kired Thos. 3aon been'here married 1a4 but i-ctobe about t.iDE WITH B01UNC WATER. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.............. .. 3Jft.qJth 1
The suicide ,.
Eloped with a Coachman. nix, months. It F STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams.................... u

th P S'S ...Direct all Ti rt. L :,
'--:- P Freight *Mallory Steamship Line from Pier Xa tit R, Xev T *.
Specl.a1 Aaw are loca"-d at all pri11cil'at polut. through Florid where tickets can U WW 1
; S NEW YORK, Jan. 25. -The daughter!. A Warning to Joke, ./,: I =:I. information obtalneiL .

z PaulTanderesch, superintendent of the ,/ ._ : jKT tatc-rooujs abd berths secured in advauc*from JaekacnTUl and FemaDdlDa eflf.
on CRATErU.f: fiSrTTaina from F. B. 121. U11;. run directly to ship's aid at F.maodtoa.
Astoria tjlk mills, eloped Saturday ERIE Penn., .Jan 4.,-As th- inmltt t&Any further Information can be obtained from
last-with her father's.C9I1D1U1I Wm..Sillers ., p.. "' PaweoRer Jackfcnrffle FU.H. .
: Aert.
itrs :1.11Sai1o'S boim i'Xr SSS cortet Bay and Uogn streets,
oi were
[ estenlay.the' couple returned: of the .00: A W bOUTHWICK. Agent, FereaudituL Fla.

... to Astoria.. Mr \' dereschm t them; S being"t ueateJ> at their. 'erenmg- meaXywnuijular v u 'JL U.RAYMOND..OeueraJ Traveling AxtaVC tri<<

.'".' :S L"_,, v,And. inTited'.thdnfW *."u/-. -- *.* .._ to"h...,residence.'. ... )1, :. t di.... ){ iu i1WIWho: fatality h urid.: ,..; 5t'>, -: MAb *. ffHBiUNGMR1C.. : S, mmi .CO.. :General l, April ,Pjsr 21 E. B.,Kit IBHt ,Wi-
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';: THE FLOR &T,4Rt THURSDAY ': JAN. 31, 1889. 7

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CONGRESSIONAL. NEWS. O. J". ggic1'OR: SOEl.G-.tI.1.J: / "'" \

: : : .. '
/ f \
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: WEDNESDAY. ; :i';; i

., ...k. .. ,' (1' 4C1t5 HarctwareandGeneral EVAPORATORS
w ASBINGt lf Jan.23. After r ',
+ the reading ; ...... \tIJ \.' ... .
;, of,the joirnal, the house went into I t..'t- : : r.ilft'V' .

committee of the 'whole. on the sundry I ,,',..T-...'. -" ..... ; ,.'t:1 ... Produce
: '
;: '
"t. .
cdyilapproprianonbill.! ... t ;.. ..." ; \ MILLS 3

;, 'In the senate Yr... Hale reported back J' '.:S4... :_.:':: .;.- f'9 -;::.::; ,. 1
with'amendn nti. the house bill' OF PURE COD LIVER OIL :. '",,- ...
to provide tf'er ; MERCHANT. And
J'I takers'
t for taking the eleventh ')' .:... Syrup S uPPies.a .
census. :
AND ; ; .,
.: ... BJe OPHOSPBI'l'ES .... *
{ 'f .
amendments 1'r. j .:!, Melbourne Florida -
4d -
to the diplomatic And consular '. f.. "". .."....:;.;. -s.. -
bill to Almost, as Palatable as Milk. ,.J. ,
t appropriation protect the interests 'm" ;' A. -.M.: Hamilton & Co. Catalogue; and Copy of SorghumGrower's
of the UnitedStates So
in the Samoan disguised that It can be taken 1'.i j
islands. The.followin. 'are'these amendments = digested, and assimilated by the molt! -.i : Guide, address
'j : .. cnsltive stomach, when the plain ot :!., ., l.: .. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA! .

For the execution of the obligationsand cannot nation be of tolerated the oil with; and the by hypopho the eom. \. : xk. =' Wholesale Dealers in CHAPMAN & CO MADISON fflD

the protection of the interests phltea is much more efficacious. .t: ,.

of the :united States, existing under Remarkable as a flesh producer r ._ ?'" J?' : Indian River THE
the treaty between the United States Persons gain while ?--<. f-'II' Oysters
rtpldly taking It.
and the government of the Samoan .;M. -:....-.. ,
'. Islands, $500,000, or so much thereor as SOOTT'SEMIILSIONieacknowledBect!)*' 'r<- FISH:
may be necessary,to be expended under Physicians; to be the Finest and Best premtion AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMING

the direction of,, ,the president;;, this-appropriation in the worldfor the relief and cure*of -.QQ. Green Turtle and Game: ,

to be immediately available. CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA. -I-
Also, the following: GENERAL DEBILITY WASTING CD., All orders will receive prompt and careful attention
"For the survey, improvement and oo DISEASES, EMACIATION. = ,whether by telegraph, -

cupation of
in the island of Titunla, at Samoa, .Th* great nrMdy for Consumption, and AXD
and for the construction of the necessary !asting in Children. Sold by 08 Dra99t1tt. .m AG ENTS i ran>ay make profit>S5.0O Belling per ourALBUMS.
wharves and buildings for such occupation We beat the
and for *. World for low price A Perpetual l
coaling station there in ICED PLtJSII l-UOTOGUA.PIIALn-tfji- EvaporatorsAND

and under the direction of the president, S 8I x lOUt Emboss p.1 4.led blue*, t old eoirvs.eiten- .
one hundred thousand dollars; this appropriation : :, Jon clasp, holding 82 pages of Cabinet.and Card
pictures, sent for S1.C3,retails for ms-bound also t
; to be immediately available. T THE
utt'sPills Pfl f Japanese Morocco. Inns t : Circalara FREE
These amendments will probably be the above ant I'Iti .I:
& -STYLE* O FForshee.t -
considered to-morrow. Cincinnati.JTIeMak Ohio.8EESS23 In.. Improve, Victory Cane Mill

THURSDAY. FOR TORPID LIVERS double their money
AG f; 1S eelliaSenr BRASS OUR
WASHINGTON,Jan. 24.-The senate and o.uJ. l'inisbcd Corrugated:

house adourned out of respect to the A torpid,and liver produces deranges the whole system a v > SAFETY I AMP Portable Soda Fountains.
% memory cf the 'late Representative ,
Sick Headache r. Sin 1 H- s.F! in every !1lly.. Gives
Burns... His remains went west last I.t C nioro lisli* th-in ihro t'rrlinLry lamps. Del- Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.C. .
<:I = rjUl 4 r..1i n'tn
night. p snt l.y lii-presa for
Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism ; to thirty cent1) 1\.1"0 Lave the best
The senate appropriations conynittee 1 y, >\vll-i7. !..!.. *.>e 1-,>J fn tbs U. S.
will report favorably on the two Samoan Sallow Skin and Piles. WI"d r ft.r ihHtrn.te.1 c.rcolara to I II. SCOTT
7C':i cZ: u1.:cMGliNCincianatl,0Geo. : ,
f appropriations proposed in the senate bye
t.J i
foreign relations committeeester- There is no better remedy for these E.STJ1tXHAIRDRESSING
common diseases than Tutt's Liver --
I day.- Pills,as a trial will prove. Price,25c. E. Chase

FRIDAY. Sold Everywhere. h-I CDrN = SALOON.

y WASHINGTON, Jan. 25.-In the senate ... If you want a clean and easy shave,
-'" .
: :! } [, : Chandler As clean as barber ever
yesterday, Mr. Hall reported the consular Ship
Just call on me at saloon
L-4 my ,
, and the diplomatic appropriationbill > At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll .
,*and gave notice that he would call I CURE toS3 r

it up early next week. Boat and Vcssle Supplies, all kinds cut and comb with grace
:<,- Mr.. Allison moved that the senate insist LII'Q Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks, To suit the contour of your face;

on ita amendments to the the tariff Canvass, Galvanized Wire To you I'll give a good shampoo,
; bill,and ask conference with the house Rope, all sizes, Tents, The art of which is known to few.

i on the bill and amendments. Agreed to. Spruce Ladders,
t [There: must be .some' mistake we FITS Copper Paints, gal's, 1-2 eal's, qts. My scissor's sharp, my razor's keen,
think, as to the bill thus acted on.-ED.] -S Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal's,qtc,pts. My shop is a ways neat and clean,

The army appropriation bill was reported ttJ Oils and Leads, all kinds. And every thing I'm sure you'll find,
to the house to-day and placedon to ITI F. W. DeVOE & CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS, To suit the taste and please the mind.

the calendar. stop them for a time and then have them return bo In fact anything for Building orSailinp boatsHart's ,
The bill to establish national militaryand again. I MEAN A RADICAL CURE. HBB J1I ,And n(>w to all who patronize intend
naval museum at Washington was I have made the disease of Block, 9O East Kay St., Just ome along and bring your friends 1 ,

also reported, and referred" to the committee FITS,.EPILEPSY orPALLING Q I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.PIANOS. And I' I will try
I' .of the whole.Consideration ". SICKNESS Iljtd : My very best to satisfy. may7
; of the sundry civil ,
; bill then A life-long study. I WARRANT remedy to
appropriation was proceeded my COCO
with. The amendment CURE the worst cases. Because others have 8 WM. H. SHARPE
failed is no reason for not now receiving care. ,
providing that no part of the Send at once for a treatise and a FREE.BOTTLE,
appropriation shall be used for repair or of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Expressand
reconstruction of steam plate printing Post Office. It costs you nothing for a 1-4- REAL ESTATE AGENT
waS agreed to. trial, and it will cure you. Address f1. 8
'I. 1890 .w.asf: military this_morning appropriation reported bill to the for .- ...___ .. .__ _-..t -, ,_-___. .. _, 8 ..... (f = FOE

-- house by Mr. Townsend. It'carries an I :Q: Sr

appropriation of $34,466.015, against I s: r- "
>t $24,47t,00 in the bill of 18S9. The estimates d 1-1 ,: 0 INT.

for 1800 were $ >,076,38. A& L. -C

Lands sold on long time with inters or

1 A Frightful Murder. ft fnl:1 on the 'lease system or for cash.
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CHICAOO, Jrn. :3.-Mi-lael: McG-r-x ; J. ,-! (; (t\.4.1 ", 5: qq I hi,. I,, ,' .,... ,. ... ,. Lands cleared and planted, and cared for

rick,.drirer of a coal wagon; became in- IMiTh u 1: 'r.-r. 8 C ":,.., L.' i a.I :!# '1i 'f if-desired ; by contract or otherwise.

vowed with the driver of r. baker's s. t:" '" ': ; '! i'' t.. i.
I ; ,. Refer E. M.
to Breese
.. 'ilfr.w. I. Detroit Midi.
;; U's .ojl ij I '...j''r'UiIJ, ; ;
: wagon on Larrabce street yc:tciday. ani: 'i ;.;: '" CHIL1.3 &:. It.a. L J. Ir. _t ,,::11-Ii i,>",wd Lb-:. '_+: Iftl' Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. Vf.
"n ,.. "-: = ;.r-
challenged him to ght. the fisticufthat .i! .. .. i DoJlI.r, .iJ ,... ''--'f.lfk_ s.- -:: tt and J.Stras,Tazewell Court House Va.;
.. followed McGarnck got.the \.OJ"-t .t"lt 1l.A. ; P =r= h __ :_ and A. Becker .Montreal Canada for
of it,and ran to his',\nl On' tnd armed ; .Zi': fl t ... : ., ; ,
". t! TIe
: whom I have made
% ,., g. ;;, >> LI crovea.If .
'"f/ :. 4. s::
himself with a shovel. By this tin.e the .. : '' .
: -
& I
,. bakers wagon had gone, and ircGarrkk : q sf ,.. \ t >, L'lira ,

insane with rage, turned hh :;ltfifttioh ,7"':,',,hh:("'yt.tI r'IJ./'f:: 'l'!I:" i' th\i!t't'\' \" 'I( i',, ,,-, .... 1 1 any dealer says he has the W.L.Douglas
io &n iur.octnt l>\- ,:I,/f"t. ':: ..I"i,:\\:-' !tt. Shoes without name and price .tampetT ox
"" 'I. : /!f: I.\'h\\, : \\ the .
bottom put him down a fraud.
stander, a youth, and pounded him "'I"'I"! "\\\i\ ,," \' ---- .
:.:. \"
with'the .ho eI. The boy ted over the i:1; ;:Illlllllt\\ Iij

railroai tracks, pursued bv McGarnck. vif 0 YOUR HOME 4SS.
Just as they got to the ticks Rorh- LPig4sIs J. \rn :i % .
f! ,., ''..,
t : M ,
western tram came i ushing in. The boy TltT. IS ,NOT FURNISHED
at the danger ahead : CALLED \
stopped, appalled ,
". and McGarrick. with a bound, caught V/ondssf Ohil! and Fevsr Exciter: -8J Pat = JYCD' ...: _
him and dealt him a terrible blow with It cams t,!e cW.3! nrd fw, t rrs up t). 'F*'n, WITHOUT
", the shovel, knocking him down. In an gives:.n cpixtie,bnngtJgi.-trengthar.ji: IicaUitJ Ue 1 1'1 SAVANNAH,Ca., Nor. 1. tSSS.

,_ ,instant th3 engine was upon the unfo-, sufferer. Forty Thousand Southern Homes made
tunate youth, and he was ground to a. Lipjnnan Brothers. l\'lloletaleDruggists, LJ happy with fine InttrunicutJ since 187O
shaj e!ess mass under the wheels Me- sole manufacturers and proprietors Lipp- and stlli the good work goes on.

Garrick was arrested. He claim* ho did mann block Savannah, Ga. QI2'7h4 == 5,000 3,000 oar I'inno9 mark for and this Organs! yetr.sold Lower lost Prices year.; .

not;see the train. Better Inxtrnmcnta; Easier Terms and
greater Inducements Trill gain us this Increased -
Carson Dies from Lose of Blood sale.Thousands.
; fH f- 'I of Homes yet misapplied with 4Z55r !
m m Instruments tbat might to-day be enjoying
t 1 FORT_ GARLAND, Col., Jan. :;:;?.-A':a 1 = them: through our easy system telling. _
down needed. We have
CASH to not
pay ,
accident has occurred here, which resulted Y
F 0 A PLAN by which, VITHOUT RISK,anyone
in the death of Billy Carton, the (Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot,and Pow! mn.) l1 can obtain nn Instrument of any Styleor xwg
Price, making cither MONTHLY,
S -son of the, famcus scout, 'Kit" Carson. CURES QUARTERLY or YEARLY PAYJIENT3
ti Sunday evening, while 'attending his S until paid for meanwhile enjoying use of L. DOUGLAS
t. horses, one of them kicked him on the SYPHILIS <::>> nhtramcnt.

.' hip, striking a revolver. ,which exploded, t? C P--btItJ feiture No extortionate of all cash prices.paid Installments No Risk. No For-cannot -, :$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.Best FOR .

the ball entering the fleshy part of the Primary Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Syphilitic 0 bw promptly paid. Contract perfectly
in the world. Examine his
r', thigh and passing downward came out Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions +- FAIR and CQUITAIILC. protecting purchasers 85.00 GENUINE 1JANI)-SE1YED SUOE.
near the knee, shattering the knee. Ulcers and O'd Sores. Rheumatism and from all imposition or loss. K4.00 JIANDSEWRDVELT SifO)'.
ell diseases of the blood ; all those that have ... 83.60 Kits' Hila!:
for but Write and will out the to
,, Medical aid was telegraphed resisted other treatment yield ftRadilyand surelyto PS we point way 82. O EXTRA VALUE CALF S1IOK.
to reach here ia tune to be of any assistance the wonderful power of P.P.P., the great 4 S ret a fine Instrument Easily and ata Low AVORKINGMAS'8* SilO}:.
loss : Blood Purifier. sr.00and51.751iOY3 SCHOOL SUOES
: From the excessive o Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888. All made In Congress, Button and Lace.
blcod Carton became weak and late
very Better than before offered. Price
last night died of lockjaw.He .
Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL
has been sheriff of Costilla countyfor
a number of years, and was almost an Impurity in the blood, producing Lamps or ../. OFFERS 153., ,SHOE LAFD0REs.
Swelling, causing Running Sores on the Arms, Best :Material. T>it Style. Beet Fittloff.f .
the last of the famous Carson family, Legs,or Feet,for the cure of which use P.P.P., = Upright Piano Only $200 ( not old by: your dealer, write
having but one surviving brother, whois the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these w.:DOUGLAS.. BBOCKTON. 3L1S3.
in the cattle business at Cimmaron. diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., 00 7} Octaves-Overstrung Scale-Three
giving new life and new strength. Strings Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed FOR SALE BY
M CO -Sweet Tone. Catalogue: Price 8600.,
'Murdered in Her Bed. BLOOD POISON '-- C. J. HECTOR
& P- Parlor Organ -ccly $65Four ,

RocHEsTER, N. Y., Jan. 23.=Mary Cured in its worst form; sometimes in cases with Sets P..eeds-l1 Stops Couplers- 'Melbourne, ria
TVm< at In 1tCrrAl VflinOCTUllUUlU Handsome Case. Catalogue Price,820 .
: r> a.where the patient was .
JT. Hale, a domestic employed by Myron J
ana given up by the hysiciDs. some cases
Stool Cover Instructor Music Book
blOb out till the was a I NOTICE.
Davis a farmer in the Little town Ulcers paTty; I
and all Paid.
mass of corruption; a bottle of P. P..P."as' S Freight 1
Riga,.this county, was murdered las procured,and the disease yielded quickly. ::;, '" ':' E!' Other Special Offers jutt as good. Largest Stock On.Monday the 4th day of Fcbruay
:: .
night. South to choose from. TEA GRAND MAKERS 18S9. I will apply to lIon. :MInorS.'
Air. and Mrs. Davis had been outspending RHEUMATISMsanda ')- :J W Different Styles. C ui mEt all buyers. Write Jones County Jud e of Brevard County,
.' for catalogues,circulars,end Free Copy qf new
their .
and .
the evening, on return ,. ; claim the interest
> 'Fla., for quit
,.about 1 o'clock found :her,dead in And In eH Affections of the Blood P.P.P. :h-: ', Y'", taper "Sharps. and Flats-, giving full and valuableinformation. of Texas Sheffield, a minor In and to the
bed, with an ugly gash in her forehead.The alone and unrivaled, cud some of its cores are
In said
wonderful.If following real estate county ;
of Mr. Da t'b really "
two little children yon suffer from anything like Syphilis,Scrofula REMEMBEROUR LOW PRICES. East half northwest quarter of south wets
:were sleeping unharmed by her side. Blood Poison, Ulcers, Old Sores, RLeomatiam '-, ', ',> OUR EASY TERMS. quarter section 2rf,and northeast quarter of ,
whose ..home'ISin or disease of tho broad Ic sure and i
Chrij bticklenberger, any '
Tvhohas been employedDavis give P.P.P.a trW. ''. :; ,, southwest quarter 28, township 21
the city/and months is missing P. P.P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Eoot. and Pctas- .,,. ,<.' HANDSOME OUTFITS. K>utb,'range,35 etItj also lots 1,2 and 4section
three -
about .
by for alum)is no secret patent medicine like the manyon BEST INSTRUMENTS.ALLFREIGHT 22 township 31 tooth 37

together with small amount of toe market. Its formula is on every:bottle, ;), i,...:. ? .{ :, < '. <',: : PAID.' east and, southeast of, range southwest
a watch, some jewery, rtw. It Ulna giving a guarantee of its purity and whole : -i 15 DAYS'.TRIAL. ; quarter
i*supposed he, was detected,by the eiri sameness that no other blood rraiflcr does give. ''. .< --',' 5 MONET VEDALL. quarter section $f township south. range

in Btealins. and Tdlled,.her_to protectliirnself. Lipptn DrosL. :WholeMle Drnpgistf, polemanu. Js. t! t r, LUDDEN&BATESSOUTHERIIUSrCHOUSE. 35. east
: Stricklenbe e: is.onlyiti y ears fattuereavid IJI'prhtuflt, Urpoian block, Savtn- W. S. BELL, Guardian.

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: t 8 -' THE .FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1889.


.LOCAL. 1LACObICs.t -Senator Matt Quay, who managedthe I
(* .. .
t l ;." "' and Mrs.'M. E. Gruber visited Republican campaign successfully This Space is Reserved for

t,; *, 1* Jacksonville. last Saturday returning has returned to Indian -River, havingspent'a
: few weeks here last winter. We

",t., Monday.. venture to say that the bait he used to
i : -Mr. John L. Howard, agent of the
catch'voters with won't work Indian w.odrRO1fA1.
:.. Clyde Steamship Line, returned yester- on _
River fish. He must revert to the cast- hit. vtrK The Cash
i from a trip to St. Lucie. Peoples'sOn Bazar
net or hook and line.
-One thousand dollars' worth of dry
-The dance at Wager's Hall last : :n= :f3
: : received yesterday ]
goods just at Ray's
I Thursday evening was such an enjoyable

'j '_.. Ladies, go and see him. affair that another will he held at the

:; ...r -Snow fell in Pensacola, Fla., on same place this evening. Messrs. Birn-

; Monday for the second time in a q'uarterof baum and Rhodes generally "get there Corner, next to Railway Depot, Titesiflle.

,- a century. just the same" in any dance they have ,

-Two thousand choice two-year-old charge of, and that of last Thursday was

I :: lemon and ten thousand orange buds for no exception to any in point of excel

:i. sale by E. S. AViley, Titusville, Fla. lence. G

.; ,,:.' .--J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the Cqmmencing on Monday a through AluMPOWDER

.'." pioneer well-sinkerof the State of Florida letter pouch is now sent on the noon FAIR WARNING TO ALL.
in train north letters for all
is now operating in Titusville. For containing
: points north of Jacksonville. This mail
Captain Wilcox and party, arrive closes at 11: 48. Superintendent Turner

:. ed here last Saturday, and stayed over placed this pouch on the through trainon pSL=DES .4.B..E GOING:: TO DROP: .

: Sunday in our town before leaving for Mr. F. G.
[t- a petition gotten up by
: Melbourne.The I Ilucfcabay and signed by a number of our Absolutely Pure.
If You Don't Want to Get Hurt, "Stand from under."
Holy Communion. will be celegrated citizens in town. This powder never varies A marvel or purity
strength, and wbolesoni"neBa. More economicalthan
", at St. Gabriel's Church next Sunday -:Mr. J. A. Durst having completedthe the ordinary' kinds and cannot be sold in
competition with the mnltituda of low tent short -
-F morning, Rev. Mr. Huntington, of- artesian well for Messrs. Wiley andOliver weight, lulU or phosphate powders. Sold ouly in ---
ficiating.Dr. caU!. Royal Baking Powder C).. lOu Wall Street Will Exhibit at
on Saturday last, removed his JJew York.LOOK.
J. M. Brown has removed from derrick, engine, and other paraphernaliato .

Aurantia to Titusville once more, and the grounds where Mr. Hutchinson is ,
r has his residence in one of Mrs. Titus building his new hotel;and will proceed i AT THAT LAMP! USVILLE FLORIDA

cottages, near the Titus House. to drive a well which-as it is expected I ,

-Messrs. T. Hatchett & Co. report to will be salt-will be used for a fountain, Ho Chimney Ho' Smoke Ho Odor.
:F'ebraIbr3 r 6-th 1889
us an order for lumber received by them and conducted. to a bath-house for bath- The Brilliancy of Gas, with the convenience ,
during the past week which will require ing. of a Hand Lamp. Saves from 50 to POSITIVELY RAIN OR SHIXE

:. about 100O, ')O feet of lumber to fill. -The steamer "White" arrived here 75 per cent. of oil by actual test. Burns \
the lowest grade of kerosene oil with perfect BINGLEYS & CO.'S BIG R. R.
\\ K. Wood, .of Wes t X eton wsir. yesterday morning from the lower route, safety, as it is positively non-explo-ive.
). Mass..arrived in town the first partof and will be put on the route from. here to The amount saved from chimneys and oil

the week, and will as usual, spend the Daytona, making three trips per week. for For one descriptive year more catalogue than pays, etc.for.lamp.addressJ. Sa.O: : S
This will make twelve trips from this
winter season on the B. I. R.
place per week by the Indian RiverSteamboat I'. TURNER, TITUfcVILI.K. FLA., ( AKDJ.LOrrSTER.
-Send your orders to S. II. Ray for
Company; six by the Rockledge to Agent for the WAXZEH LAMP CO.,
common pine orange boxes, at 15 cents ; .
Melbourne, three by the St. Lucie to for Brevard,Orange and Vblusia counties.
poplar 16 cents; hoops. 75 cents per 100:
Jupiter, and three by the White to Day- Refers br p.rmNiioii, to Cpt James Pritch.trd
10x10 wraps 14 cents per ream; 11x11 Prt". I, K. Bank ; J. A. Miller. Grand View Hotel ;
15 cents.A tona. The people of our town and our G. W. Mackenzie. Ray, Lewis v 1'nrdey and EUROPEAN MENAGERIE
merchants must certainly appreciate the other. 25 I
wooden has been laid under.
efforts of Commodore Watson, in makingthis

ground on Washington Avenue, leading place a prominent shipping and distributing GRAND VIEW HOTEL
from the artesian well to the river. The Crowning Triumph of the Century.
point. Grand Tripple Arena World's Museum.
Work the basin for the fountain
1 '\ upon -The contract for the new city wharf Racing Carnival Railroad Zoological Garden.
will be commenced shortly. has been let to China & Redding and the TITUSVILLE I FLA. The Glory-Crowned Capital of WonderUadL

.-Capt. Joe Smith has opened a branch work will go immediately ahead. Acting -

house of the firm of A. 11. Hamilton & under the advice of her friends and The lost centrally located Hotel in City. 6 Embracing Six Separate Departm nts. 6One 6

C at St. Augustine,so as to cater to the believing the project to be a great boonto

wants of those in that city wanting Indian our town, Mrs. Titus acceded to deed- Old Fine Ring Show. One European Menagerie. One Wild Writ

River fish and oysters. ing the riparian right to the town from NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN Exhibition. One Egyptian Caravan. One Mexican
Museum. One Blooded Stock and Cattle Fair.
-The recent wet weather has: not only the foot of Main street to the channel. EVERY RESPECT.
injured oranges and vegetables, but IrA The wharf will be 600 feet long, and if Open all the year round. Table Unsur-
Moral and Matchless
Turner bays it has played havoc with his the water remains at or near its present passed. Bath Rooms Free. Mighty
strawberry plants-the rains almostrover- high stage in the river there will be no GRAND FREE STREET PARADE AT 11 O'CLOCK. X*
Rates &2.3O & $3.00 Day.
flowing the ground he had planted them necessity for extending it further than per : Be jn town early and see it all. Prof. Zamora makes a grand Fire Ballooo Ascension
in. this distance. SPECIAL RATES PER! WEEK. at 4 p. m., in his Mammoth Air Ship "New Orleansand while in midair
will make a Descent of 1,000 feet with this Parachute U the earth.
-A job,lot of men's hats just receivedat -The new Brevard pamphlet for 1889 J.: .:1. MILLER, Proprietor. Two Performances Dally, at 2 and 8 p. ni
S. H. Ray's. He has not missed a sale has been completed at this office, and is
: Positively the First Standard Exhibition that has visited the South for mils
': for ten days when a man wanted a hat pronounced by strangers and residents INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY year. No Gambling, Street Raking or Confidence Men allowed with this.k* *
anywhere from 50 cents to 4.00. ClothS -' alikeas an enterprising move on the partof will be permitted to apply this vocation in the places where this show exbreli

; ing is being sold below cost to get rid of the county fathers in having it published We guarantee protection to our patrons, so Thieves and Robbers Keep Cat**

stock. ;and also the preparations and compila- PICKENS TURNER Town when WexExhibit here.
,.,. tions of the articles by their authors and =------"
Methodist Sunday school meets every
the commissioner in charge of the work. Photographer, S
d Sunday afternooon at the Court Houseat The typograhical work-we let it speak I Views on East Coast and Indian Rivera WE CALL THE ATTENTION
2:30 o'clock, S. H. Ray, Superintendent. Specialty.Has .
Rev. C. C. Temple delivered his for itself. Specimen copies can be ob- the only Authorized PHOTOGRAPHOF Of the people of Indian River to our stork of Good,

first sermon last Sunday evening at the tained by addressing Mr. A. L. Hatch, PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND PARTY which we are offering at very close margin.We .
Court House. the commissioner in charge of the work, that has ever been made during their make a specialty of

at City Point, Fla., enclosing stamps for travels. Orders by mail receive prompt
-Mr. D. S. Hutchinson is now pushing attention. 496mo.

ahead the work of plastering the postage.-Tuesday afternoon's strong breeze Groceries Grain Hay and Flour
also J. ,President. ,
hotel. The busy
new .carpenters are ,
from the west brought to our docks the W. M. BROWN Cashier.
door and window frames to be
making sloop Minnehaha, under a "thribled- On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large ttock ofGENT'S
put into position as fast as the plasteringis reefed mitten with the thumb brailedup INDIAN RIVER BANK. CAPS ETC
having on board a merry party from '
Charles C. Temple, will reach Scranton, Pa., accompanied by lJ.. C. Which- we are offering low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly** \
Titusville, Florida.A their interest to call selling shoes low.
\ give us a as we are very
on Sunday next, Feb. 3rd, at LaGrange Coon, Editor of Lake Helen Life. The
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. We will be pleased quote prices at any time.
at 11 a. m.; and Titusville (Court House) party consists of Mr. U. G. Shoonmaker,'

at 7 p. m. Rev. Jas. Bolton will preach Mr. Henry C. Doud, Dr. Geo. S. Throopand .. :E. L. BR.A.D"Y". N

4 on Sunday next at Brantley; service at wife and her friend, Miss Hine, and prompt Exchange attention bought given and to sold.collections.Special Loans and i

3 o'clock p. m. All are invited. our editorial brother They intend negotiated on first mortgage for Savings
go- Banks, Corporations and Individuals. Inter BOBBINS & GRAHAM
-Mr. B. G. Larkins: severely sprainedhis ing as far south as Lake Worth, and perhaps est allowed on time deposits. iA. ,

left wrist one day last week while do. further. Mr. Schoonmaker, we believe Advances made upon available collateral. I

ing some carpenter work on a new stair has visited Indian River before, Approved business paper dlscountel1. -

way for Mrs. Lowden. The scaffold giving and is a winter resident of Lake Helen, Drafts on all parts of Europe. REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. I

.. away he caught himself with the hand, where he owns some fine property. The Business done at Jacksonville rates.

which he sprained in the fall. party stopped at the Grand View until Every favor: consistent with sound

-Found-near the sidewalk on Washington I yesterday, when they proceeded on their banking cheerfully extended.

avenue, at the door entering :Mr. : way down the river with fair weather, CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Jacksonville Fla. The Seaboard National
G. B. Rumph's store, a watch chain. which is quite probable. We expect they Bank,New York. ; 23THE ceat
The same was picked up yesterday morn- will make vigorous onslaughts of the Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per

ing. Owner can recover the same by ducks and "take in" all the pretty pla. TRCJPICAL.! : Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100p.j

identifying it and paying for this notice. ces on; Indian River. = ==.1: '_: ],: cent. in twelve months.

-An entertainment shortly begiven Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000.
-Messrs. Ray & Bryan, are sinking an ,
in Hall the Ladles' & Gents'RESTA.URA.ISrT. Business lots from 6250 to $2,500-
Wager's proceeds to
artesian well for :Mr. McCrory at LaGrange -

and to Saturday night last \id in finishing the Episcopal church. .
up for Florida Southern La*
'." they had secured no flow at all, at a se. ThE programme will consist of a very Agents Railway
pleasing drama, entitled "The Loan of a Sear Railroad Depot,
cured of hundred and
depth one fifty More than Acres of Choice Lands located in neatly e
Lover, in which Mrs. W. M. Brown, .
I feet. This looks as though they might Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, Dr. W. S. Gra- riliiNViJlc Florida.Mrs. county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and r e

secure fresh water. Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price 51 J>er Acre
ham, and Messrs. W. M. Brown, H. F. Mackenzie
-The predicted cold wave, forewarned ; upwards. ,
Atkinson and C. H. Walton will take .
by the Signal Service culminated with a -V.M WWVrL.- P. 0. Box 250 Titusville Florida.
part ; and also a most. laughable farce, ,
white frost in this .section yesterday entitled,"Ici on Pane Francais," the caste ]MEALS & LUNCHESI *.
morning. Monday and Tuesday the A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. 6RAHA I
(),f characters of which will be given lateron.
wind from the west with vio .' Clerk Circuit ).I.
came great In addition to the above there will -- Court. Atty. at,La w.

.' lence, frequently reaching a velocity oft be vocal and instrumental music. The SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM, GOMPAXY.Con1plcte

;' :. 45 miles an hour. entertainment being under the management JELLIES, ETC. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE .

; -We are requested to state by the of Mrs. M. P. Robbins, we predictit ..
Collector of Revenue Mr. E. \V." Halls to be an unqualified success. Lieut. : Abstracts of Title furnished to all land* In Brf|

that\ all persons should pay their taxes Howard, the naval officer in the opera of BREAD, CAKES & PIES. vard county, Florida.
.. before the 25th of February, as after "Pepita," was unexpectedly ordered to
Table Board at Reasonable rates. Families -
..' ;, :: that time the- tax sale adverlisemet will sea, and Pepita awaits the return of her served. ; Titles Examined and ..

<, be drawn up to $o to the hands of the lover before being presented to a Titus- ...

publisher. ville audience. DECIDED HOME t COMFORTS. ."... :: ., Box 250, Titusville, Fla.
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