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:
November 28, 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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University of Florida
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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: L8CAL L CONIC Large stock double dressed vegetable -Mrs. H. R. Olmstead, of Eau Gallie, -Mr. H. T. Hollester of Palatka, con- Wanted a good horse for general

.Tne new year Is only a month off in crates on hand. Geo. B. Rumph.Mr. was in town Monday.J. nected with the railroad, was in town use-sound and kind. J. G. Powell,:

tie future. F. Clarkson, a Jacksonville : S. Watson & Co. received, to-day, Monday evening.Mrs. Cocoa, Fla.

_Dir E. B. Wager was visiting theJfetropolU tradesman, was in town Friday last a fresh lot of Henderson's seeds. J. 'A. Miller was ill for a few -New crop of refugee bean seed;

": last week. -J. 8. Watson & Co. have the strawberry Furniture now in stock and will days last week, but we are pleased to see Valentine & Shipper's favorite beans R

-CoL S. B. Carter, the contractor of plants. Send them your orders. continue to keep this line in full supply. her about again. just received. Geo. B. Rumph. *

the new hotel at St. Sebastian, was in -Mrs. Kidwell, wife of our popular Geo. B. Rumph. -BooJcs and oil paintings given awayto The little catamaran steamer, which.,

fltuiTille last Friday. << conductor, is stopping at the Grand -Money I Money 11 Money to spot cash customers by Geo. B. has been here for over week,, owned by- .

.-Mr.John H. Mellor of Eau Gallie View. loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & Rumph, Titusville.We Mr. Weed, started down the river yes---

vac a visitor to the county seat a few -Mr. J. M. Lee returned from his Graham, Titusville, Fla. regret to learn that Capt. Mer- terday.Mr. ,

daJllllt week. Jacksonville trip on the evening train on -The Misses Nannie and Fannie : cier's wife, who was taken ill at the Chas. A. Lane, accompanied by

Cipt Ed. DeCourcey returned from Monday. Sanders, of Courtney, were in town a Grand View is still in a very weak con- Mrs.F. Lane, Miss F. A. Lane and Miss ,.

jjji trip down the river Sunday aftertoon -Buy your cotton seed meal of J. S.iVatson couple of days this week, having come dition.Mr. Grace Allcott, all bound for Lake'Worthwfere ',",- '

". having made a quick passage. & Co. They are headquartersfor up to meet an aunt who arrived last E. IA Brady has disposed of his among the arrivals at the Grant: ;;

., -Tbe STAB returns'thanks to the lady fertilizers. evening.J. stock of shoes and expects to devote his View last night. ,.

wbo presented the pineapples, and hope -Capt. Simonson has' Mr. Chatfield's A. Durst, of Crescent City, the time to groceries and provisions entirely -Mrs. W. B. Watson and family ar
will enjoy herself at the darfce this sharpie out on the ways, and besides pioneer well-sinker of the State of -Florida after this. rived from Jacksonville last- evening,

tertu1ug. painting her has added a cabin. ,is now operating Lake Worth, Fla., -Mrs. J. Andrews, of Newark, N. J., and we noted one of the. younger branches

-When you get ready for Christmas -Mr. E. D. Raney has been assisting where all communications may be ad- is visiting for a while her uncle, Mr. J. as being "the pictureof his daddy.". We-

goods>> call on Belcher & Screyen, who Messrs. J. 8. Watson & Co. in the com- dressed and information received. H. :Mellor, of Eau Gallie. She reached gladly: welcome Mrs.Watson*and familyto
will he the largest stock of toys, etc., mission business by acting as book- -For Rent-My place in Titusville- her destination last Friday. Titusville.. .

em brought to this market. keeper. house, oranges and lemons in grove and -The operetta, being rehearsed by -Mr. W. P. Lawshe, of Augusta Ga.,.

-Bev. C. C. Temple arrived in town -For Christmas supplies of candies, land for gardening; also horse, wagon, members of St. Gabriel's Sunday School, has been located at this place by the rail.. ''
harness, cultivator and saddles for sale progressing finely, and it will road company and will have, of
tot Friday evening. He had been attending nuts, dried fruits and fancy and staple probablybe charge
the Methodist camp meeting at groceries, all fresh stock, call on Geo. .B. cheap for cash. Apply on the pr 'mises. put on the boards about the middleof the company's business, commencing the' .
W. A. Ronald. next month. first of December. Mr. Gruber will b
Kelbourne, in Middle Florida.Mr. Rumph, Titusville. *
The fourth quarterly conference of retained by Mr. Lawshe as his assistantat
-Mr. C. P. Eacott has moved his tin
J. M. Lee, proprietor of the Methodist Church services will beheld "
the Indian River Mission will be held at the station.Mr. .
shop back to his former location the
Hotel! Indian River visited Jacksonville at Wager's Hall, Sunday next, at near
the past week on business connected with four o'clock in the afternoon. Rev. C. Rockledge-Cocoa Methodist Church on city wharf. The place he has been occu- W. M. Brown cashier of Indian .
December 7th and 8th. Announcementof pying near Rumph's merchandise store River Bank, visited Jacksonville Monday
ti bouse at Rockledge, C. Temple will officiate.In .
the order and time of services next was a little obscure. to see further about,contracts for building
-Mr. G. F. Duren and Messrs. Dixon a column on page six will be week. l ev. T. J. Nixon, P. E., will be -Doctor the proposed new bank. There
&Gray have placed street lam pa in front found the advertisement of sale of the glad to meet all official members. George E. Walton, of Cincinnati half dozen are
a contractors for
I which ice lot and Ohio, spent a few days at this place bidding
of their business houses, are quite factory machinery, which will
-Mra. S. M. Lorimier and the work, so that the cost will
daughter, last week, and returned Tuesday from a probably,,
I convenience to pedestrians on dark take place the first Monday in January
Hiss Susie, arrived in town last evening trip to Melbourne with Mr. Rollins on be brought down to reasonable figures!

; ** 1890.M. from Jacksonville, which caused a happy hoard the sloop Atlanta. -Will j>ay cash for'orange trees budded
I -Mr. Jas. T. Sanders solicitor for the B. Bunnell, brick-layer and expression to the countenanceof three
appear on in
-Miss Sepa Hale started for Jackson- years sour stocks. Also
I Gbonty Court, left for Tallahassee Mont plasterer, is prepared to take contracts Mr. Lorimier. Mrs. Lorimier thinks fancy varieties of ,
f ville the train Her plants or
on noon Monday.
I1 t morning to attend to a little law anywhere on Indian River. Addressall she will remove to Titusville after the sprouts. Also ornamental '
tropical plants.
sisters were quite envious of her trip to
r bwinea, and will, probably, return to- da.communications to Titusville, Flori- expiration of the lease of her house in the Metropolis, and would very much I Address,with full descriptlonand* lowest.

"'1. 29LeSueur Jacksonville. like to have accompanied her. prices, delivered at Rockledge. State

-Mr.J. A. Miller served wild turkey the five-year-old son of -Indian River S. S. Union. Rev. -Mr. L. R. Decker commenced workon where the articles can'seen. J. M..

[ to hU guests for dinner Monday. While Col. D. L. Gaulden,has been dangerouslyill Jas. Bolton, president of the above, will the building now Mr. Lee, proprietor Hotel Indian River;' '
occupied by
Mlng across the prairies' between this for the past few days, but is now address the LaGrange and Mims Sunday Henry Titus last Saturday morning. Mr. Rockledge, Fla T '*.'"?. *,'.; ,"

plies and Enterprise wild turkeys are much better, relieving greatly the anxie- Schools at the Church, LaGrange, Sun- Titus has his store stocked with an as- -Rev. John Foy was taken suddenly ;

I .....ltJyo by the passengers.Mr. ty of his parents. day next, at 3 p. m. Other gentlemenwill sortment of shoes and is ready for busi- ill last: ,Thursday, and was unable l o bold "

F.E. Heath, of New York, wasa -During the heavy squalls from the also take part. Mr. Bolton will also ness. service at the Presbyterian Church, Sun
pansccger' on last Sunday morning's west'and southwest last Thursday a few preach at LaGrange 11 a. m. and Mimsat day. He,has recovered sufficiently Jo be
tntm fer Ocala. Mr. Heath is owner of yards of the outside plaster or finish on 7 p. m., sun time. -Mr. E. T. Redding returned from about again and his many- friends trust

rile fsioai Dummitt orange grove and the Indian River Hotel fell off, but it -=Mr. L. D. Brush and wife and daughter his trip to" Dixie, Georgia, last Saturday, the improvement may! be Blasting and ..
.*dean here for a few days to look after can be very easily replaced.The accompanied the "Duke of Dade" whither he was called by the illness of continuous. Rev. W.N. Chaudoin, Bap-
his mother. He left her somewhat im-
: Wiling of the crop. frame of Dr. Screven's new residence Mr. J. W. Ewan, as far as this place last tist, conducsed the morning service at {

L f -Xif sad Mrs. S. H. Peck, who have is erected on his recentlypurchased Saturday on Mr, Ewan's return from his proved Ifl health although far from being the Presbyterian Church Sunday, and
recovered.We '
tea spading a week or so with Prof. lot on Julia street. !Ir. E. J. Bowen attendance at the U. S. Court at Jack- fully Rev. S; F. Gove,in the evening.Mr. '

Peek ted family, at Cocoa, were pas-I has charge of the work. When the sonville. Mrs. Brush is the daughter of are requested to call the attentionof E. T. .Redding, who, recently '_.
MUeii on the steamer St. Lucie last! building is completed it will improve the Ex-Governor Drew. They returned to the Town Council* to the need of completed Mr. E. B. Wager's residence,** .. r

Tiwwky to Titusville, leaving the fol- appearance of Julia street to. a great ex- Jacksonville on Monday. clearing some of our sidewalks from the has received many compliments' for:the<< "

toriatf: morning for Savannah, Ga. -Indian River lodge, F. A. M., will bushes growing along the uncleared lots. work done under his supervision, and.:

| Cftptein Lcn. Gardner expects to tent.Mr.. H. P. Dye of Hotel Lake hold its regular monthly meeting on There are numerous places where new the fact that the owner is also well

.age Titusville his headquarters with Worth, accompanied by his clerk, Mr. Saturday evening December 7th, at boards are also needed to make walkinga pleased is a sufficient recommendation 1'

l WI fee sloop, Robinson Crusoe, for the Thurber, of New York, arrived on Sun seven o'clock p. m. The annual election safety. This is requested by some of that Mr. Redding is well tip in furnishing ,

.It three or four months, ready for day's train. Mr. Dye did not go further I of officers will take place at this meeting, our ladies and we know they will give it plans and specifications for any kind t

p.rtrlee of tourisU and pleasure-seekers than Jacksonville, where he purchased I and all members are requested to be their early attention. of building,and capable also of superintending -\ r
.beat furniture etc. for'his hotel which is to Visiting brethren are cordially the erection of the same.
he will carry to all points of in- present. -Forty sets of bedroom furniture are
L inset on the coast be opened about the 1st of January. invited to attend.. A. A. Stewart, Sea on the way for Indian River Hotel ship- -Capt. E. E. Vaill and Dr. A. Anderson -

F -We are informed that Mr. E. H. -Air. F. M. Welles and wife, and Mr. -That excellent and popular news ped from Grand Rapids, Mich., the 28th of St. ,Augustine, returned from-

I Stett will, probably not open his com- J. H. Ffss, of Chelsea, Mass., were arrivals paper, the Savannah Morning Neica, of of last month. Mr. Sackett, the propri: their trip down the river Saturday'

jj| fttfdal school until the first of January, at this place on last Saturday'sfast Sunday last, says : "Oue of the newsiest etor, has received 1,000 yards of matting nightandleft'forhomeonMondaymorning's train. the of the- -*
I to allow him more time to canvass theMty. mail. Mr. Welles is the owner of papers in Florida is the Titusville STAR.It (which the boarders on the third floor Grand View They Hotel were and guests
He has quite a number of the Bethel Stewart place near Eau Gal covers its own city and the surround- were glad to see laid in their rooms by reportdd'bavingY
fetal already enrolled and we hope lie, on which he will make quite exten- ing towns most admirably." Thanks, Mrs. Sackett's energy last 4 week) anda enjoyed a very pleasant trip on the yacht *
far New River. The
U will meet with good success in obtain. sive improvements during the winter awfully. We can say "ditto" tp the parlor set of furniture, and he hopes to Tarpon as as quail .
of the land in that section,did not
bg t sufficient number to make it a months. He will remain here only three above widely-circulated journal. The Savannah have the hotel furnished throughout in ty ,
however come to their expectations:
ptSuble institution to members as well weeks just at this time, but will return Newt, without doubt is the best a very short time. Last week a piano and they, appeared up rather disappointed at,
n tether about February for a longer stay. Messrs. newspaper in the south. and two crates of crockery were shippedfor '
K Welles and Foss will also, probably, view -Mr. Tony Canova visited Jacksonville the hotel ; and Mr. Hutchinson hopesto not seeing richer land.
-one of our prominent lady residents -Mr. Rittenhouse Moore, of Mobile,.
different parts of Indian River ere they be in Titusville on the 8th proximo.The :
to confer with the
| Kettt that a picnic on the river bank who recently took the contract to complete ,
p fete Sand Point would be an excellent return north. officials about running the Tarpon to genial countenance of Captain the East Coast Canal ; Mr. G. T..,
I, Oration afternoon .-Mr. J. W. Ewan. a Democrat from connect with the Jupiter and Lake W. B. Watson was observed at the Indian of the Canal .'
on a Saturday ; Spencer,.engineer Company, -
I .*a some of the ladies in town seem to Dade county, who was hauled up before Worth railway from Juno to Palm Beachon River Hotel Monday evening, he accompanied by Lieut. Gaillard, H. '
L W la doubt' as to the best kind of amuse- the U. 8 Court for alleged election the east side of the lake. The last having arrived from Wilmington, Del., Gaillard and J. W. Hazlehurst, arrived.

p. **sU to introduce into our social parties frauds, came out last Thursday withouthis named place is a favorite winter resort, where he has been looking after the two here "about five o'clock last Thursday, .
tide winter. We still have vocal and case going to the jury. The evidencewas and if he succeeds making terms with new Indian River Steamboat Company's and started the next morning for Lake

mental music, bean-bag, quoits, of such a flimsy character that the railway company the tourists will steamers, which he reports as being near- Worth and intermediate points of the

;sk.eton ,cards, etc, to fall back on. Judge Swayne waived the case going, to secure a serviceable boat, and a pleasant ly completed, and which will leave Wilmington Canal Company's route,to view the work r
the and instructed them to finda captain. for Indian River on the 15th
jurors, be done and which is to be =
-fr,J. G. Beist and wife, of Lancasi ,
** Pa., arrived at Indian River HotelFriday verdict of not guilty without retiringfor -Births, marriages and deaths always of December. The Captain informs us completed within the, contract time_ -of it
We informed that fine boats and will be ,.
consultation. a
are they are
very R. Paddison
!** rth cause a certain amount of commotion in two years. C apt. P. accompanied
aid other ants down the river, which this will, probably, be the way most of Titusville, and when it was whispered, credit to Indian River. The daily mail the party down the river, ad,. Te 7;,'
i r the numerous election frauds will pan service on the lower river has been de- the t8r..w '
** tined as their wedding tour. Af- with bated breath, that a bride and turned on steamer Georgiana |
out. The evidence in many other cases ferred, and will not go into effect until This is Mr., Moore's fin&l .
!* viewing all the sights on IndianAey bridegroom had arrived at the Indian day night. .. ::
is said to be no better than than offered January 15tb, when the new steamer .
visit to Indian River and he is so KeU '
.. started, Saturday morning,I River Hotel last evening, many were ,
.. ..Tampa and other places in the State. against Mr. Ewan. anxious to find out who they were. The Sebastian will be in full running order. pleased with the surroundings that feet

lilt will return home by way of New -Captain Charles Brock, who has been mystery however, was eventually solved -Mr. Will Black, mail carrier on the intends bringing his'family here to spend c

fcfc thus having a very pleasant and connected with steamboats onthe St. for the bridegroom turned gut to be our route from this place to El Dora, navigated the winter probably staying at Rock-,

hstbeed honeymoon trip p.' John's River for a great many years and gentlemanly friend, Mr..E. M. Brelsford the,deep under rather dubious circumstances ledge. The above party,with whom wa&

,-Xr. E. A.Chatfield and wife of New who is a gentleman well known- and of Palm Beach, Fla., who was married to :last Thursday. While in Captain Lord, returned from, their trip .

.... Conn. arrived here last Thu ra-. highly respected by everyone with whom Miss Laura E. Bell, of Jacksonville, ,yes- the vicinity of the Hanlover canal a to. Jupiter, in the steam launch 'Denny,. .
..,. tvening. ,They left here Saturday, be has come in contact will arrive terday, the Rev. ,Mr. Hall performing heavy puff of wind from the southwest Monday nigh' and left next.morning' .for. .-

-IDe f Boekled >, where they will, j in town tonight.He is to take charge the marriage' ceremony. Mr. Brelsfordis tore the after leach of the sail on bis the Haulover and Daytona. Mr.'Moore:<< .,
'* the absence of well and boat the Eurus that it almost who is connected with the Mobile Dredge
Mein'pn'tU the....t of May. Mr. Chat. of the St, Lucie during gentlemen known respectedon so prevented '
: Ii Ibe owner 6 of the sharpie which lour popular and courteous friend, Capt. our river, and we were pleased to see his beating any further to windward; Company, will have: his, dredges on the-

here> a feW'Reeka ago from'Jlruns-. Bravo, who will leave here tomorrow, in he had selected so charming wife as a but as he was experienced sailor, and river, in a few :weeks, and'the::Canal

Georgia, witfea charge of '|ISO I company with Superintendent Watson, partner of his joys yid woes. The best quite fearless too, he continued to hold Ply: means business by pushing tile .
t. Ve learn that after conferring; to bring.the two new''steamers: fronr Vilmington -, wishes of the,STAB are tendered them for up to. the wind until he reached Black !, ahead without any'further delay 1

i Ae railway company AS to the over:. ,'Del J.. Captain:.W.,I&tswiUffglow .-'. 'a long life of happiness and prosperity. Point, after which he,bad a laying breeze. 'also'.informed' that tEe-Hatil -
1> be paid them something! like I wlth'.tbs.:! crew' and deckhands, in'a, The happy couple-and, :they looked the. The' wind was very puffy and flawjr thatday .is 'to' be 'put into thorough repair iiJ!, .

1IIIdclJ amount of it*elffc ancient t few; days;< Superintendent. 'Watson'nd, picture, of happiness last evening- left, and_. many- a sailor under similar Ptobai gates, :and ,the epe ,psaypro- \,

'.1 :l rt (f ur a h all4ke\ m*. Captain \\V9 hope. 'to be in Tit, vnl e e on the steamer St. Lu'cie,this'mornlng", circumstances,. .. would, ,have either. anchored 'I<. :>;e; one of" : their'toll sieiiaetna4.

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Uiachuelo ana the ; 9'Y ILL"i.:'If'. l.'< S180- ,Reward. "f. '

ParauHybo cmiser : bound for Lisbon.: The readers of the STAR will be pleased 19
'IJM() fEDROEXIIlliD Pedro and his family go into Arm or Torn to learn that there is at least one dreaded Wants.
has been able to rein
exile their absence, from the, un disease that science .e
being regarded by the leaders of .-Mr. Jeffer all Its stages and that Is Catarrb.Halls .

republic as essential to the peace the southern Catarrh Cure- is the only positivecure .
weifa e of the new government dangerously known to the medical fraternity. -0--

Xh-dered. to Lease tile Country By 'iho new flag of the.United States N. Payne, in Catarrh being a constitutional disease,

the ReYolutionists. Bra ii which takes,the place of the Mr. Davis reqcires a constitutional treatment.Hall's : '

perial emblem, with its crown and and he Catarrh Cure is taken internally J.SiWATSON&CO

leaf, is composed of green and of danger acting directly upon the blood and ,

He Sails at Once From Brazil. stri**, with a blue field, on which Should mucus surfaces of the system, there-
emblazoned nineteen stars. No life difficulty in by destroying the foundation of
been lost in the revolution, and the : him Friday the disease, and giving the patient FORARDIllGt

violence attempted was the shooting the chances strength by building up the constitutionand

Before HU Departure He is Informed the imperial minister of marine, who second escape assisting nature in doing its work. t
now recovering. The proprietors have so much faith iu
?hat Be WIll Be Famished With Business in ilio was suspended but short its curative powers that they offer One ,
Means to Live By the New Brazilianforenunent a Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails AND COMMISSIOHMERCHANTS

{ The Republic Accepted twenty-tour hours, and an empire to cure. Send for list of testimonials.

:, "By the People. and Also By all But One destroyed and a republic born Address
before the general public was aware F.J. CHEXT & Co.. Toledo, O.
anything was going on. Toe. 29.
by druggists
*' IJOSDOH Nov. 21.-The latest advices The new cabinet is composed: of 1

from Bio do Janerio arejto the effect that who have the contidence of the Are you made miserable by indigestion. Const

the Tine of Bahia is opposed to the The leaders are representative p&uon. Diziness. Loss ot Appetite, Yellow Skin? ,
revolution. The other provinces havegigmflft zilians. President Fonseca is reoo SJuloh's Vitahzer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick
brave soldier and honest son &Grey, TltusTille, FU.Rheumatism .
thehadherents to the new re as a t I
Barbazo. minister of finance, is able 1 TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
6' gime. Viscount Ouro Preto, ex-mini; and Catarrh. ,
honest though Bocayuva: ,
.3er of the interior, and Senor Mavunok, ter of foreign affairs poor.; is a journalist, Rheumatism and catarrh are both blood

a banker. hare been arrested. The emperor ardent Republican and a I I diseases. In many cases they have yielded -:o:-

is looked on with suspicion. The leader. to treatment with B. B. B. (Botanic
provisional government has abolishedmonar Balm Co..
Blood Balm), made by Blood
Brazilian Delegate Resign. i
5 lie +cl]'. Atlanta Ga. Write for book of convIncIng
The revolutionary commission addressed WAsmxGToy, Nov. 21.-The Sent free. CONFIDENCE OF THE FEOPIi
to the telling delegates to the Marine conference proofs.
a message em K. P. Dodge, Atlanta Ga.; : uMy
him to leave the country within twenty- the Pan-American congress have says
her *
drawn. It is that the i wife had catarrh and nothing any WE WANT
Iou hoars. The acknowledged reported
emperor tailed and
Her constitution
the message, and left for Lisbon by the minister has resigned J good.poison got into her blood. I placed her You to be sure to Come and See Ut
Alagoas accompanied by the
packet iron-clad Beth, Before his departure Interview With a Coffee Merchant.ST on a use of B. B. B.. and to my surpriseher When you come to town.

he formally notified of hisdeposition. : Louis, Nov. 21.-Herm recovery was rapid and complete."
wa of the coffee merchants W. P. McDaniel. Atlanta. Ga..'writes:
time he one largest WE WANTTo
) ..,. At the same was
informed' that the oml list would be Bio de Janeiro, is in the city. He "I was much emaciated and had rheumatism -
-continued. The Brazilian republic will asked his opinion regarding the so bad I could not get along Talk to You.

the certain amount to tion Brazil, and in the course of that he is without crutches I also had neuralgiain
give a
Jive on in emperor Europe.The interview said: "1 am not inclined turn over on the head. First class physicians'die WEV..L'T

revolutionary commission has place much credence in the report beef tea, and me no good. Then 1 tried B. B. B., and To ""ork"ith You.

:been sworn in before the chamber of the nave just received a cablegram from He its effects were magical. I cheerfully recommend -

' municipality. The republic is a certainty which was sent on Friday, and it and it is it as a good tonic and quickcure.
tt and great enthusiasm prevails.Dr. tains no news of the reported> also, is failing ."

Barboza, the new minister of in Brazil The thing is beyond my dangerous in Mrs. Matilda Nichols, Knoxville Post You on the Markets.. ..

finance, announces that all contracts ; prehension and I don't know what Term., writes: .'! had catarrh six yearsand
make of it. When I left home favorable
entered into by the imperial a and WE WANTTo
government a most distressing cough my
June the seemed to be satisfieand and
people ,
will be maintain The is
city were much swollen.! *}ice bottles 01
quiet The overthrow of the monarchy peacefully inclined so far. as that she has eyes B. B. B., thank God cured me." Ship For You and See to Your Shipments

Haa temporarily paralyzed business.On tics was concerned. similar at- Davis Tex. writes here.
John M. M. Tyler :
"The Dom Pedro is circumstances
the exchanges nothing is doing.: emperor, "I was subject a number of years to
liked all the but I know weak
by people, great
The former prime minister of Brazil spells of innamatory rheumatism which WE WANTTo
lias been ordered tq leave the country, his daughter, Isabella, is ; past friends
six bottles of B. B. B., thank bea'en.has .
and he will sail immediately on boardtheBafflia detested Doth by the masses and have either Buy or Handle most of tie
entirely cured. I have not felt the
If the reports are will founded as to his health was
alleged revolution I don't was beginning slightest pain since." 29 Fruit and Produce of this section

Dom Pedro Predicted His DownfalL whether it would effect our of the country.
PAHES, Kov. 21.-It is reported that relations with other countries or For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint yon hare aprinted .
bottle of Shiloh's VItalizer
guarantee en every
Dom Pedro recently to his The natives might burn WE WANT
expressed possibly It never fails to cure. Sold by Dkison A
prime minister the opinion that thegovernment coffee warehouses in Rio and .-Mr. Jeffer- Grey.Titnsville, Fia
.. had not mufch longer toIi'f8. but that is not likely .for the natural fever, but You to Know, if we cannot Buy roar

Among causes that led to the revolution stincts of the Brazilians are A meal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh's Products, We Can Ship it for Yoa.WE ,.
Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold by Dickson
the to commodities in that
* were tyrannical measures jeopardizing
BANKS. i ,Titnsnlle,Fla.
I which the government jesorted in orderto ner. The result of an outbreak .. WANT

secure the return of itafeupporters at cause an advance being made in th So as to Cause "Hackmetack," a lasting and'fragrent perfume.

ifce.last .electiona. when many electors currency value in Rio, which, : Price:25 and M cents.. Sold by Dxcksoo & Grey.Tltnsville You to help us to make TitttrriDea

yore arrested and imprisoned.The may be offset by a declination in exchange 22.-Secretary Fla- distributing point for the Product
Brazilian minister here expresses which is not improbable."
.surprise thtt&eTem1 stanch monarchs ilr. Baasch thought the to a re of the river, and sell our

$ whom he thought incapable of of Brazil was more liberal in its provisions to withdraw ASTHMAf trial bottle BE CURED.ems Flea to Products here.

treason, are among the reported ringleaders than in any country and now on de- anyone afflicted. DB.TAFTBBXBnchf teTtH.Y.SALESMEN ,
of the Brazilian revolution. He thought the country approaching The secre- WE WANT v

;L Mid that the .Republicans are only a near to the ideas of a republic that not his WAITED ATONCE.ake Rood ax.t..ealoarsoea a
email minority; that the emperor is universally was indescreet and unwise for wholesale b.mpbatMwleac>> aa.asdreail In fact to save you money, and can dolt ",

beloved;'that Gen. I>a Fonseca natives to begin a revolution at question of mu .wr BM ia fh vcrid.: Liberal tra.k.salary W weds paid.Fttva iarg.* if you will help us.
i Iiaa much prestige and is popular with time. 1'j of the fund ak.eaul.leaeyaf.aae.iarw.teI.a3.ertidrg.etalKf aaCV. t
Ia1IoaWoSrea.r.-"id:: ac iaeamKcaaasnt.
the army and that Senor Constant is 4" been under *'

t not important aaa, politician. The min- AN ALL-AROUND LOVER.A time, and he OUR IiITTIiE ONESand WE WANT
ister'a the idea that
1. son scouts slavery Gay Georgia> Doctor With Ten of calling You to know we are head-quartgrittr
had anything to do with the movement. be withdrawn the NURSERY:
"Wire*-He i* Brought Into Court.
The .&pubucans, he said, 6UpportedthefmUlci&tion serious incon 36 BROMFIELD ST., Vegetables, Crates etc r'" _
of the slaves. .A revo 21.- in Boston, Mass.
lnMOlr'had been foreseen, but was not R. A. Gerrard is in jail charged Tfcenxwi haatbon sad baR WE WANT
magmrtna for cblldrea ear
expected to take place until after the bigamy, having ten wives living, in re- -I &. .jflJO a year;afcwteeoptefl.
death of the emperor.Not cording to the statement of wife while he thor- three month. U eta.for Ac.Dopy ftvta. Awnpto on trial To Sell you your Orange Boxes u'l

Yet Reported to Wahington.WASBCCGTOK 10 whom he married in this city. policy of de- ddnm aDd Ftvmtaa oa receipt Us ot*toany <* Orange Wraps, and will do it if you
rard is a man of fine \ amounts re .oem.amp.GRATEFCICOJFORTI.
Nov. 21. The Brazilian will come to see us.
powers, but not of attractive of current .
legation here has no direct information ance, while his wives are all appreciated G. f t

3 about the reported revolution. in appearance. Several of them are in a care- WE WANT -
'Secretary Blaine has received bat one pected to arrive from different points
in making EPPS'S COCOA. tle-
dispatch from Bio, and that simply confirms the compass iu a few flaysGerrard could real You to know that we are Agents fir

the press dispatches.It served one sentence ps are taken Ocala Rock Lime, and will farnidi.
states in substance that the JlRE.\.KF AST. '
army I Georgia for bigamy. He admits such a charac- it low down.
... and navy were on the side of the insurgents he has several wives living. but cL least possible which"By a thorough knowledge of tbe natural laws
Tern tbeaperationsefdigestiouandnutri
; that a provisional government that he does not know how s
many secretarr not, and b.r a caref arplK tion of thq fine properties
s Had been formed and that the WE WANTYou
emperor has. his memory on this point being made, will of wen.eelerttd Cocoa Mr Epp has provided -
tras a prisoner in his palace. fective. He married his last wife, reinvestment our br*-akfat table* with a delicaulj-fiaror- know that burn our on
A .Brazilian who ed 't'ngeohih ate ns heavy doc- to we (
is thoroughly conversant was the widow of a man who He said also : may many :
' with the attain of the country, suicide by going on the river in a on the, cle ton of bills.< .f't.tha It is by* a tbe constitution jndiaoca use xray: of be such fmduaDy; art*. Oyster-Shell Lime t and, of course,.

. and who is well qualified to speak with and boring holes in the bottom of for many built up rntil strong enough to resi-t errry tend can give you bottom prices
regard to the situation of Brazil, said: about a year ago. One day he told deposit with ency to di aN". Hundred cf subtle are .
t *1 believe that the movement has oo- that he had five wives also that he Coating around us. ready to attk wherever there
; current busi
" is a weak: point We may escape many a fatal shaft WE WANT
curred, and that the, capital is in the
murdered his own brother. She $10,000,000 to by keeping oc-selves well fortified with pure Hood:
hands of the' insurgents' but I do not him, and he tried to have her saw no good and a properly nourished frame"-Clnl Service You to know that we handle Cesast
believe that this new government has charging her with trying to kill him, should be Gazette. Mad simply with boiling water or milk. .
cometo6tay.Ve need to have moreinformation which he w&s unsuccessful. Since Sold oulr in balJ-po>and tins bv Grocers. labelled and Plaster Hair '
thus : JAMiES EPPS Jt CO. HomoerathleChexnirt .
about __
I the personnel of the
s time they have lived apart and the *. London England. JU-it. ,
mewls proclaimed government to be- has investigated his story as to WE WANT

t Jieve in its permanence. other wives and has found it to be true.A 22.An at- LOADED DiCE .... L: that we

New York Time letter from Uerrard is a curiosity. LT., e e srr.air P; rover.$4 c W t -'Da... i To impress upon your minds
Dispatch. e e 0.-*- n sae..1.'
Kansas City .. s::=-t:
says: a.-- 6.EL 1 a o0au represent
in" YORE, Nov. 21.-A*special to
DEAB WIFE I love masked mn
: you very dearly Thompson & Edwrar4**
iThe Times from Rio Janeiro dated the
in the thick HINDERCORNS.
but I do not want you to be u I
17th, says: The United States of Bra- ble with We about 9 Tne only rare Care' foe Corn Slope all nUn.: Easnre* of Cblcage,
must have
me. men .
dl federated comfort to the lie.*t Proggfau. HBOOX&O&.XY.:
constituting a republic of
raphed to 'of Fcrfcrwere
the different provinces of the empire all-consuming passions. Some TEEHCONSUMPTIVE The largest manufacturers

over which Dom Pedro had ruled so tobacco. ,but some drink passion liquor is love, some and conductor City train.of jou . *. ,Ul:1G: La. in the west, and keep cosstairfy
long, is an established governmentThe opium my R"ER'S GINGER TO MI CT hand the following brands of wc.
all-absorbing is it that no woman on a special cite*as 4 c3aa.1 U the u4 retuetijr far all Lb..- on
new republic is today acknowledged troa ..ecive Dutl1ticD.
satisfy my love for domestic happiness. men were TakaiaUoje. Me.iMCHICHESTCR'S ai At Goods:
by every province except Bahia ." i. The south-
la the north. Dom Pedro is on his way with twenty ENGLISH World of Good for Orange Trees--

to Portugal having accepted the situation A Bloody Fight Over a Corpse. made search PENNYROYAL PILLS. World of Good, for Truckers.

with no attempt at forcible resist- LOUISVILLE, Ky. Xov. 2a Over but failed to Bed Cross Diamond Braad.rMta. .
Pure fine Ground Bone.
ance. The flag of the new republic has !f.easy raatiw,, a. Felual ,
is the second
corpse a grusome place for murderous .....1M1M.ark far tte OU.ia .
been and JpqzIIII&
adopted, Brazil is peacefulto Blood Bone and'Potu .
as blows. but custom and sel1 City train at Q .... ref BMUJM tax,.-..JeCwt ,
"' < a. though no thought of revolution made three men here last night weeks. E. "la.n00w.. ....Takaa..tkeet... -KeISer.Son....... Chicago Bone Meal.
Iiad ever aroused the feelings of her : mfo'Ketthe .. .LL
- people presence of death. W" train robber, tlea' uaiL'alwar Dissolved Bone. .
Charles !
ler Carey and George \V commun
Tne overthrow the emperor:has been
all of whom are employed Market are "
in a
accomplished without the sacrifice of
a .. WE WANT
street undertaker's
single life and the new provisional government establishment.They : -f

k proceeding with its wore as each wanted were working to be over the one a corpse to Fatally. You to know we keep on baud>,.

methodically and peacefully as though the night Sulphate Potash, .
hearse to the funeral, that position / ;
bad been in
it existence for
yesra instead the Pennsyl ,
.4 of hours. being the most de-irable in the rain o of Land Plaster, t
weather prevailing here. They quarreled 11gD. the yards ,+ : / Ashes
= Dom Pedro submitted to the terms and turned Canada IL Y. ,
ana above the
standing body
Japofied oa him by the new govern- it e Tobacco Stems and
I the dead
man, they came to blows.Fright's v" ( '
2m at,and agreed*to leave the country cli Q .eal
'within .twetJ.four hours after he received I hand was badly: split open by the There were and ..; X Cotton Seed
the notice at his aummer a hatchet in the hands of one of car, +
at He. palace other men, Miller received a terri1 They fought, @ WE WANT
tPebepoli offered
was fci,500.68Q .
blow in the back of the head an attempt i
in eaah aad (\ o,. W
4 provision for the You
rest of doors. As- U. to Give Us a Trial on A..t, .
felled him to the The V/ .
:l&i life'ia the form of an annual ground. ", f' ,
pen.cao&of the flames 7 't. d'. .
in the str when #
which were engaged uggle <\ :,
$45QXXi. is to be Y "'
provided officers arrived and transferred all h Brusker, of :\ :+ WE WANTTo
late cavil list of the new 't1
repub -
contestants to the station. the stove d'c $. of Y:1 .
lic. He promptly accepted the o Tuesday : ... .merit your patronage byfef
sad earn. to Bio do Janeiro wiliaaaily ,/ last night to embark for Fired oa from Ambmahu' four men ., q ltV dealings, aad we meeal .
:hero Ala. Nov. .
ic, 3.- .
The. teperial family at 3 o'clock TRY
or twenty negroes were returning Ci'-.9 ; .
+ boaided the BrarilUn '
-uag ba;.Y&leawaa still flying unex' the a ball near,Leeds about 3 & m"Tuesday '.Cure win ttn c'" .. 1rA .0=

Meg lathe harbor. The PizM.. when they were fired on.from ambush .eta and 41. SoW' : #A. .f
; '' ;
Ja t' atoned the imperial HtT,to Jdtesoeaad: Jim:Smith was: 'killed ,and yy: ,. % ; p. '" tfaU1.
Mary Black were re&evc croup,
iie whioh steamedoat of the o .
Sold bjDfekaea : '-
wounded v4
crje' *
.. ,.'lV'Aftftftft" ; : WATSON F .
..- .' jelrid 0' -bjthsrp -- a. ; .

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a .
lheeioi" tb' mairi ->uclL. Contractor votese Tfie vote & the"'boaee stood: 'OABI5S.M. '

G. a; Carter1of''Cleveland, Tenn.. Governor Watson, 0. Squire, 46
m'A AUTgAL1LFederatio)1 : thinks that the colored boy who' drove Gen, 1. W. .Sprague, '10;' Walter J. GEvBG.I President. BreTard BOBBIM; WALTXB. Secy. Brerard GXAHAM.: Ab-. PallosI&Orga! : : s 4 4t
the has '
rig murdered and his Turner Iii
Thompson; 3; ,. 1; John F.Gowey Abstract Co. strict Co. r
corpse thrown. over the rocks;'and that L .
the animal was, driven into the water _. ROBBINS'GRAHAM, .
and left to drown with the MYSTERIOUS MURDER. .
sulky at his
of-all the heels. If you :want, to purchase 6-
jrrefGsed : _____ A Wealthy Missouri Farmer Shot DeadIn ATTORUEYS-AT-LAW,
Piano Organ write to the
Colonies. Murderer Arrested. Bed. P. O. Box 250,TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. ,

NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 20.-The Times.Democrat's :MEXICO Ma, Nov. 21.-Great ex- Will practice in all the ouaties of the Seventh dersigned or give him: a call. ,
Circuit and in the Supreme Court Special facilities -
Lexington, Miss, special citemtot prevails here over the mysterious for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. Can sell of the instruments
Independent Combination you
Jra says Eugene Story has been arrested murder at an early hour Sunday Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs any

for National Defense. there felder for the murder of P. B. If lein- morning, of E. A. Collins a wealthyand to Spanish Grants Money to Loan. 12 of the best and leading -,.
on Wednesday at Tehla. The
murder is described been 'influential farmer living near the TL.. GAULDEN, makers at prices that defY "
having a .
city. At 2 o'clock in th Mr. .
lidl.t Y-r7 Much Interested and Does cold-blooded one, Kleinfel being .morning '
Collins was 'shot through the head competition.
What to Think of the shot while traveling ATTORNEY-AT-LAW tv
Know through a plantation
while in bed asleep. His wife was be-

....___LeN Than Fire Hundred of alone and unarmed. side him, and was awakened by the Titusville, Florida. Pianos and Organs sold on'the Installment

fM JA oadon Makers Quit Work-The shot, but says she did not see the as- 5

gtrffce a Failure-Other Foreign News. KNIFE AND PISTOL sassin. Two sons, aged 16 and 18 rears, A.M.. THRASHER, plan when desired. Discount .. :
and a married daughter the
The were
Lexington Tragedy Duplicated at Ute
LOJTDOX NOT. 20.-One of the most house, but assert that they did not hear ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Vernon, ,
issues of the day is the Kentucky. to Churches on Organs.
j&portant pro- MT. VEBNON the shot, and were not awakened until P. O.Box 20. SANFORD, FLA.
Ky., Nov. 21.
pa al for the federation of the ;AustraJ Hugh the mother aroused them. Will practice In all the counties of the Seventh .

'n colonies set forth in the .dispatch McHargue, of Pine Hill and William Mr. Collins Saturday drew $1,00; Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 All correspondence. will receive prom l?to s

which Sir Henry Parkes the premier Bloomer living three miles west of from a bank and paid off some small attention. *. -:5

New South Wales, has addressed to town were the participants. They met bills. It was discovered that some of ALLEN E. HEYSER, f L

el premier of the other colonies inB&iHa. here Saturday about 1 o'clock on the the money was taken. The assassin left E. B. WAGER, .i ..
Ifee depot platform. Both drink no trace behind, and rumors of all kinds
It is in reality an invitation men were Attorney-at-Law and Conveyancer. TltUKYillC, Florida,
ing. Both magnified a slight differenceof are afloat. There has been trouble in

to meet and consider the formation of two years' standing, and both meant the Collins family, and only a year ago Lake Worth Dade County, Florida. A. M. Hamilton & Co.
combination of the col- ,
ja independent fight. an attempt was made on Mr. Collins' Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade ,

flifag, *sort of United States in Austra- With an angry word or'two as preliminary life while on his way home at night. County lands. .

Jk, though moat of tho colonies probably both drew Webopns-Bloomer a Very little was developed at. the cor TTTUSVUiLE 'FLORIDA,

wflj not exactly regard it and En- pistol MoHargue a kuife. MoHargue oner's inquest but some very sensa TONES & ATKINSON, .

tad has not the faintest suspicion ofi4menin& stabbed Bloomer over and near the tional testimony expected from mem- Wholesale Dealers. ii
heart, producing an 'iglyaud dangerous bers of the family. *
wound.: Bloomer tarn at almost the Attorneys-at-Law,
The proposal has como about through Southern States Favor Chicago. Indian River djstersj
same instant, the ball striking IcHal'ague Titusville Florida. :
of the commissioner ;
adrioe military pit. ,
&a in the left eye, aii-1 coining out atthe BLOOMINGTON UL, Nov. 20.-Ex-
trfcom England sent to assist the Aus- First Assistant Postmaster General and .
top of his head. M:Iargue fell.from SANDERS, "'
tealian to. a common scheme of National the platform to the railroad track,' the ex-Congressman Stevenson has re- J.T. FISH" ; ;

defence. He reported in favor of a fed- blood pouring in a stream from the turned from a tour of eight weeks in ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,, \. .,. ,,
eye i
N1 Australian army and Sir ; Henry less socket the states of Alabama, Georgia the ,
who is federalist but not Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Judicial '
a anaperiaIfedera1ist. Green
Par Carolinas Kentucky and Turtle and
Hargue was taken home on the 2:30 Circuit of Florida.P. ;;
at heart, has seized ,
whither he went in the interest of >
passenger-train, and a from there .
report O. Box. 235. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
f.hj opportunity and boldly tells the says he is dying. I'J" omer's death is a Chicago's candioaoy: for the location of 11 All orders will receive)prompt and careful at. '
colonies that the time has come for apad question of a few davi. perhaps hours.Both the world's fair. He found the south tentlon,whether by telegraph. :.. .
federation not only for militaryprotection nearly unanimous for that city. Mr. letter or person. :)IT:"
men had borne he reputation of L OFFICE OF
but for all the uses that are being peaceable citusas. Bloomer Stevenson saw seventy-five congressmen THE w 4

ratied by tie term. On the reception but recently marri...i. while Mol&rgue was and had interviews with them all, !;. ;
vbtch Australia gives to the invitation has a wife and two c(.I'aren. Both men with a few exception they are for ,
,8i depend in a great measure the fu- are well connectod. Bloomer being a Chicago. A few favor St. Louis for COCOA, FLORIDA NEW DRUG STOJEIE
te.of that country. The time seems local reasons. He had a delightfultrip Will be at the Grand View Hotel, Titusville, on
nephew to H H. Laker of most
one our the First Monday each Month, for one week or w
such but it is
for some movement and found enthu-
age,Pace probable that the change will not prominent citizens.. siasts. many Chicago satisfactory.Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteedto 11 Has on hand a Fine Assortment of

erne DT. violent or sudden means, but Destitution In Kaunas.TorEKA .
A Mammoth Coal Vein. FRESH DRUGS
Jl6her b1 gradual steps. Kan. Nov. L. DODSON .
: 22.-The county MAHOXT PLANE, Pa., Nov. 23.-Law- M.D. ,
The comments of the English
papers oommissioners of Stevens county have
the matter are somewhat rence &Brown, of Mahony Plane colliery Also SPECIFIC
oa amusing. issued an appeal for aid for the desti- REMEDIES.GUARAN-
fjMJinh! editors and English politicians tute population of the county. The appeal have made a tremendous hit in DENTIST, TEED TO CURE the Diseases for which.
mammoth vein of anthra-
striking a new .
rale know less if it possible TTTUSVILLE FLORIDA. '
at a is states that the crops 01 last year they are Recommended. .
cite The vein is said to be 200
atoet Australia than about the United were a total failure; that the whole feet thick, containing millions of tons. Office, until further notice, at Indian IF, AFTER USING ANY OF THEM, YOU
..... As usual English editors do not
farming population is in a destitute River City Hotel. ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT:
It will on record as the greatest acci- ,
the of this go
appreciate significance newMflTftBoe condition, and that immediate aid must dental "find" of pure coal ever known. Quality of work unsurpassed. 8 YOUR ,MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY RE
from colonies '
antipodean be furnished or starvation and terrible FUNDED. .r 4K

acvor dreaming that Sir Henry Parkes, suffering must ensue. The appeal is addressed The drift 440 vein yards was under struck the while surface.making It is a T F. LEWIS, We have no cure-alls, but a 'dif-.

viva they call an "Imperial Federalist only to the prosperous residentsof now believed the mammoth'vein basin ferent Remedy for Each Class of Disease-
,"a8U to separate :Australia from Kansas. for Affections of the Liver .
has been found. It is impossible at this Lungs,Heart
and to. follow the lead of the
'fL.ia-d. Civil 1 Engineer ml Surveyor and for Female
Vwfed States. Nor will England real- Want Their Rivers Improved. time to accurately compute the millionsof ; Complaints; and

fet tile true condition affairs in Aus- NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 23.-The tons of anthracite fuel contained in it, Titusville, Flo.T also Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
Tetter .
and Diseases .
otlfcr of
river convention met here but the operators regard it as inexhaust- the Skin*
iMMasntil the note of 'independence improvement .
Give them
ist been irresistibly sounded. and is attended by 200 delegates, representing ible.: > B. BURCHFIELD, disappointed. a trial. and you will not**'*be"

the Cumberland .
counties along The Knights of Labor.
Speech of a Spanish Statesman. Kentucky and Tennessee rivers. Gen. J. B. SCREVEN r
ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 20.-The morn COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders Druggist, ..
PIMB Nov. 20.-A students' ossooiai H. P. Lyon, of Kentuckywas chosen session of the Knights of Laborwas '
fiat.. a reception at the B rbonne president The convention will preparea ing devoted to discussion of the by mail will receive as prompt TITUSVILLE, FLA. .'.
_, to Senor Castelar the well memorial to congress asking for need- Question. Resolutions attention as calls in person.
...m Spanish statesman. Jules Si- ed improvements. eight-hour Indian River Col:
% adopted to the effect that the matter of Address: Georgiana, Fla. Jjteamboat ;
arse d.\ Eulogistic orations were
short hours should be regulated bv the

is.,.. Senor Castelar in a speech, SMOKELESS POWDERThe demand. The effect of this is to leaveit RUE P. ELY, Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889. *< ,
eiEsi his LA .
the greatest enthusiasm by ,
with the local assemblies to get as '
1 i to the public which he said Inventor Trying to Sf 11 the formula consistent with the dif- STEAMER, ST LUCIE, J
i short hours as Leaves T1T sVILLE............... 6am
\ sN fcfcOible.: He dwelt upon the to the Government. ferent kinds of work. The general as- Notary Public for the State at Large.

t 1. of in an ideal. WASHINGTON, Nov. 23.-Cap Led- i sembly favors a gradual reduction of Justice of the Peace 17th Dist. Arrives at Melbourne..42 noon
_j, he said discovered America yard Ellsworto, of Hartford, Conn., I time, but is opposed to any radical Returning: '" .,.': 4
..... faith If America had not ex- CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof
..... jd i would have made it rise from who claims to be the inventor of the movement Leaves Melbourne.....:...-....12 noon* '
M over 30 yearst experience. Natural .
HM waiors to>recompense such faith. smokeless powder which has caused Will They Unite? Arrives at Titusville. "Spm'Above.daily .

such a sensation in German circles, is NEW YORK, Nov. 20.-The American finish a specialty. except Sunday. :. t

Iron Market Booming. in the city armed with a letter to Secretary Association adjourned to meet at Columbus Melbourne, Florida. 6 STEAMER GEORGIANA; .'

Meow, Nov. 20.-The iron market Proctor asking that the powderbe Dec. ?. There is now talk of the fx

.._J strong t -d-r: on the statement tested, with a view to its purchase by consolidation of the Association and Leaves Melbourne............5 a r m-

the Cleveland syndicate would the United States government In the Brotherhood, making a twelve-club organization A. L. Hatch & Son, Arrives at Jupiter.:. 8 p m<

*t ttylift its warrants. Clevelands letter he states that at Hanover during in which Cincinnati will be Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Returning ..- .

f***at 30 2Jd above Friday's closing, the sham battle, 10,000 rounds were used represented. Mol l1ee. it is said has DEALERS IN" r.

nt a subtequent pressure to sell caused by the German troops with perfect sue signified his intention of signing a : j

,a-.etIoD to z8 7s 2d. Scotch and cess, and he desires that three separate Brotherhood contract DRY Leaves Jupiter..... 6am.. r
*rtite wend firm at Is advance. The trials be made by the department, one GOODS NOTIONS Arrives at Melbourne.... 8 p ro'. .

bests of iron from the Clyde dur- with small arms, the peoond with field Tuesdays,.Thursdays and Saturdays:

iat*e week amounted to 4,323 tons artillery and the third with heavYJun8. Personal.J. .
Rathbone the founder of the JeConneciion is made
H. at Titusville
than time in 1883. Ellsworth has in his Hardware Saddlery
the Capt possession
during same papers Crockery, ,
making over the formula for the Knights of Pythias order, la seriously fit at. Medicines with trains' of the J., T. & K. W System -

Archbishop Croke's Sentiments.Dt7BLIN manufacture of tho powder to Carl vonAndel"liu.h Lima, O. Stationery, Family i to and from all pointsNo

4.r ; Nov.20.-Archbishop Croke of London, representingthe The president has appointed the widow. Garden Seeds, Jupiter with daily stage for bt'and'at-: .

1 a letter to the Tenants' Defense German government, and accordingto Goodloe collector of internal revenue for the miles) where connection is made with

-.." wishes it godspeed, and doThe these documents Von Anderlitch obtains Lexington, Ky., district. Her competitor CHOICE GROCERIES, the steamer "Lake Worth" for all land.

srios Am.: for his government, from the inventor had withdrawn. ings on Lake Worth. ,.;
the exclusive rights for all coun Walter Haynes, of BrunfieM, Mast, celebrated Hay Corn Mapes Fertilizers.
W. B. WATSON Superintendent .
Baker Strike a Failure. the of the United his one hundredth birthday Tuesday.He :
tries with exception
:IIn Dory Nov. 20. There are only States, Mexico and Central America. ate a hearty boiled dinner. CITY POINT FLORIDA. G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pa Agent., ,

!Q>>balers on a strike The demands For these rights Von Anderlitch pays The Fire Record. D. F. JACK. General Manager. i

m the others have been conceded. $500.000, and is to pay $tOOOOperyear. Gibbs'livery stable at Clarksville, Tenn.,

I in semi-annual payments for ninetynineyears. was destroyed by fire. Several fine hones 'W. R KNOX FOR SALE.A
f fOUND HIS FATHER, were cremated. tract of land on Indian River in the t

***Used AnotherMan'a Money'to Pursue The contract further provides that if, Fire destroyed all the buildings on a block county of Brevard consisting of 88.

t the Bunt.Ksv .. before Nov. 1, 1899, the purchasers at New Orleans except a little Lutheran House & Painter acres; it being lot No.3, and south half 4

f r. YOBS.Nov. 21.-J. P. Connolly should inform Capt. Ellsworth by otherwise personal church. Exactly the same thing happenedten : Sign of the northeast quarter of section 35,.
service letter cable or
or .
years ago. and lot No. 3 being southwest
1 ml estate dealer of Second avenue of their desire they shall have the the quarter
The stables of the Howe & Parker Ice
of the northwest
*One Hundred and Fourth street of purchasing the remaining TITUSVILLE, FLA. quarter of section ,
option at Nashville. Tenn., with twenty- '
'*.*ft complainant in the Harlem court rights, that is for the United States, company eight horses and mules, burned Sunday 36, both in township 31 south, range 3S.

i&si. Victor a Johnson, 99"ears old. Mexico and Central America, for a like morning. east. This is a'very desirable'piece of

rules in' east New York and sum, i a, $500,000 down and $10, ()& Fire destroyed the residence of Judge J. B. Will Estimate or Contract for Painting hammock, soil of rich quality;, suitable

JJpm he charges with the larceny of per:year for ninety-nine years. At pres- Finnell, at Georgetown, Ky. Loss, $6,000; anywhere on Indian River. for the raising of all tropical fruits. Is

1M. Johnson was in, Cois i P had charge of the collections. German contracting parties claimto : Can Graining, office. Will sell cheap for cash. For
c : Two weeks ago Johnson collected the have sent a letter on Oct. 12 closing The Death RolLDr. Oil Water-Colors,representing Oak, particulars

*oant which he k charged with steal- the option: but'this Capt. Ellsworth William Wilson chief law clerk died of suddenly the. Ash Cherry, Walnut or Mahogany. 'addressE.. M. LOW, .
house of commons, Ottawa, Can., -
I big and disappearedHe returned says he has not received. Sept. 3. Brockton Mass.:,.
... in New York city.A .
-- & Hard-Oil
jf.a few days, and told his employer NEW SENATORS. president's son died in Buffalo, Friday.He Wood-Filling Finishing.
he would make good the amount

r h N io lad this ap !piMed11.POn ir. Connolly caused his failure his John'B. Allen Selected In Oregon, and CO, and was was Millard his father's Powers private. Fillmore.secretary He was at PAPER HANGING, SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SnIt:

% Gilbert Pierce In North I>ukota.BISMABCK At the of Fill- '
..... :when the case was called, Mr.Co1 Washington. expiration The Subscriber offers for Sale, in Loft'
N. Dak. Xov. 22.-Gilbert more's term father and son re
stated that restitution had as president :E.a1so-rY't 1 T'tng to suit Purchasers r v? -
h.1 dis- Pierce was Tuesday made the turned to Buffalo, where the latter has pray

'L-l.. ml made Johnson,and the was prisoner, brought was up by unanimous choice of the Republicansfor ticed law ever since.COASTING. AND 500 Acres of Selected Porttefls,

Jjjiiaadpareiits, in the belief that hisNftte United States senator. Two ballot OF A TRAMP. of the above-nalned Lands 4F -'

were dead.' were taken for the second senator with- STEN"CILVQRK, 'I\' c
lately he learned, through the family out result the last vote standing as follows Falls In His Camp Fire While Drank AND MOSAIC Situated ,on Sebastian Bay and Mai.

5*jonng lady to whom he is said to be : M. N. Johnson 27; McUumber, and Is Probably Fatally Burned. ANTIQUE River ." .

2g ot ed' that Ms father was alive and '14; M. G. Ordway, 10; Walter Muir 8; DECATUK, Ind., Nov. 21.Mondaynight Glass tairning '

JfBwu, ?a newspaper in Fayetteville, N. George H. Walsh, 11; C. A. M. Spencer two tramps camped near the city : AND ESPECIALLY SUITED ;FOR:*

J* On ha very day that he learned this ; .1; W. C. Plummer 7; George H. and built a fire. During the night one For :Decorating Churches, Dwellingsand WINTER HOMES., t

ff" *he started for, ,Fayetteville to find Winship, Si. of the men, giving the name of John all Public Buildings. These Lands are in the immediate. .
'other. He then relumed to the city: The caucus adjourned, and balloting Price, who was intoxicated fell into the Special attention to. all inside Finish- vicinity of the *_""*; ...
| *i ture himself;with his employer. ,not be resumed for sev- J
s and his will probably fire. His companion, also being under ing FINEST FISHING HUNTING, -
** mored that Johnson am4 -
eral a the.influence of took him from .
*? ,sill few days liquor Very Respectfully, :AND SEA BATHING ,*
his with difficulty
perilous position great -
rd go to 'yQa Oregon's New Senator. and gave the alarm., When found -If W. R. KNOX. To be found in the whole Indian

PORTLAND, Ore:, Nov. 22.-John B.Allen bv the night policeman Price had nearly River Section, and have also the ad-
both houses
Kali parrierMiseing : received a majority "
Tues- all his clothing burned off his body, and teatage of Daily Communication by
.-Binco' last of the Washington legislature #
.00000000OOOA. Kov. l
and will was writhing in great agony. He vnuremoved PARKER'S. Steamers. with'al.. points north. A ". \
sloesda notking has been seen or day for United senator -> .
_+ of the mail .carrier whose route no doubt be elected_in the joint session.Washington's to the county asylum, wherehe HAIR BALSAM Actual Settlers and- Improvers will be .
now lies ina critical condition. Cleanses t&d beantifiet hair.vtr specially favored. Correspoflde&e*.!s .
.. Ea from Parkwilla' to have beeaiftOooeinw. New Senator. ,, Price is about 30 y"ears"'of age :and refuses hemotea a '; vited. Address, .-o.'S'...'
.TbebofM else' s lky Fails to: ftaior* flraq .
.ab. Nov. 2,2.-? ?Watson to locate his home. ,Hi. companion '* .
'. whi* "k aildy BRATTLE, \V toiisYMfcl Color.* Frank H. Alta' Hwwfeh Cwm! '
: 'sMwala. .wJt pretapiteuiea4. C..Squire:was, ,elected senator on the .found.deserted him soon ,after ,he was. lG&aDd ajjtjjjjjjjvjj-Y6,1'. .1"i,., ..c-,.....J.,..,; '

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..' ,THE .FLORIDA: STAB THURSDAY,'JKOV., 28, 1889. .

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E$ THE sS JF3-ORIDA, STAR: VOe a. public school atOsteen and is very.vivacious readers of the: STAB, ,are expected; here Chalrraaa Merrew

f and attractive most'ofthe shortly and we believe will make Mel fer.
lJIt jt < J T _. ,' t.1 L Lovely; summer weather again. as are i
t i '
'.,'.t ,' P1I1tLR D:.ETEBT.THUBSDAY.- .]t-, Mrs: W. R. Sanders and children, of "schoolmarms" of Florida, who are bourne their',home for the winter. They At the request of many friends; c4o&r

BIB J, f ABffi Jitor!! mi MIMer Courtney, spent last Saturday in Cocoa almost northern invariably cities who young come to ladies Florida from to friends.will i>e gladly welcomed by their many County letter Commissioners of Chairman ire pubUjfe iu

Mr. Chas. Verbeke of Brantley spenta open Horror, &
'sue per AnaeraJ&dcrtdat&e. few in Bockledge last week. spend the winter months, and like to The Young Peopl 's Society of Christian rected to the editor 'of ,the
make themselves "useful as well as or Endeavor has bad a good attendanceall .' follows: '
POll Office at TitumtteatSecondClan Mr. J. H. Doyle and his friend Mr. .
namental" A popular steamboat cap- summer and the number is increas En. NEWS-I hare not the hocor

Matter. Shine, of Micco, Fla, were in town last tain says: nne.out of ten of all the ing. A number of the ypung people, we personal acquaintance with you,bat I tm of ,

a THE STAB is the OFFICIAL newspaper. week. pretty young women I see in Florida are notice are very gray. They seem to enjoy a great respect for the press,and harov it.

4 'lor, Brevard county. Miss Clara Sanders and Miss Lime:: school teachers." And he is very near the meetings though, and help the ways, since my early youth, cbeerred tbt

The Star bas the Largest circulation Smith of City Point, visited Cocoa last right. Mrs. A. S. Singleton and her son, I less experienced along in their endeavors. the tendency of journalism was to iosptrt a

..r aar paper on the East coast of.Fla. week. Mr. Sherman Singleton of the Lund Mr. Shepard, after repeated trials, has spirit of fairness and reason in the miadi ef "

A SQCAUis: one Inch In space; 34 squares Mr. Albert. Taylor and his brideare Home, Titusville, were with the Osteen found the air of Melbourne Beach so those who engage in it,I take the liberty of

create a column.Foradvertislng.' expected back from their bridal trip party on their trip. conducive to his health that he has re offering you for publication a line orrta .

always rates atwo enquire centstamp.of the Editor next week. )Ir. John H. Sams, of Courtney, the turned_ spend several weeks there. Mr. in defense of myself and fellov-nirabenef S

-- Mrs. John Curtis, of Merritt, paid Cocoa county superintendent of schools, paid S. is an old newspaper man, having been the Board of County Commissioner igiiat

The Bradford county board of road a visit last Sunday. She was the Cocoa a visit this week and it is sincerely connected with New Orleans and St. some strictures which appear in JOCXUR*
of Oct. 31st.
': .Commissioners resigned in a body at their guest of Col. and Mrs. Setz. hoped that he and 3Ir. R. N. Andrews, Louis papers.
To with I hare lived
last meeting. The clash was about who Mr. and Mrs. S. Harry Peck left Cocoa the school supervisor of Cocoa, will make Mr..R A. o. Inndee, traveling agentof to learn the propriety, of according long Jnmatr eaooA

dad the right to establish new roads, the for their home Savannah, Ga.. last satisfactory arrangements and have the the Great and Good Time Union, was of conviction to all those: who difer vij[
commissioners or the road com'ORODelL public school opened soon. Cocoa is me on social, economical, political or
;county after of two and ctier
.. week a most pleasant stay in town last week gave ua a pleasant I will
not of
sadly in need of a school, and are say any mQ tb1
weeks Indian River. many secured
on call. Mr. Mundee good he is a crank or a villain because he don
Rev. A. T. Sharpe will conduct ser- the inquiries as to why the children of number of subscribers here. We hear not think as I do. I will, knowing
The big hotel at Tampa was brilliantly should and school obstacle in the of pet
Cocoa be neglected no no way mans:
any e
that local of the T U. will 'I-
vices and administer the Holy Communion a agency : )
Monday night last in ment of personal or ment&llibertT.
illuminated on teacher appointed to take charge of a A tact
at St. Michael' Episcopal Church at probably be established here. I experience has convinced me that'theretatwo
donor of Mr. Plant and the leading omcia1s school at this place. A few of the chil- :
t' who have been Cocoa Sunday next at 10:30 a. m. The older portion of the 31. E. Sunday sides to every question and that tie
of the compaoy dren who feel that they cannot afford to are good and evil phases on either side. I
down completing arrangements for the Mr. and Mrs. Chatfield, of New Haven waste precious time in waiting for the School are to meet at the church Saturday do not think the liquor question, as it is

S .winter business of the line. Conn., arrived at Bockledge last supervisor And the superintendent to set- next at 2 p. m. to discuss the ar- presented today, is an exception to the ic.

.t week and are occupying the house they tle matters and have the school opened rangements for an entertainment for eral that prohibition rule. My observation is impossible has so shorn &
long s*Ii-
The ship which the Plant Investment had built for their winter home last here actually walk six miles each day to Christmas, and the younger portion of quor is made and allowed to be .

f S :Company has! go on the line year. attend the Bockledge public school. It the school are to meet at 3 p. m. to pract- so long as there shall be a demand for it
from Honduras and Central American ice singing for the same joyous occasion. and the government shall permit the cpplj
The pile-driver is at work on a wharf seems hard on the little ones to be compelled to be distilled. It is just at this
{ fcostait.
ports to Port Tampa, which will be es- for Mr. Brady Bowers now. On Mondaythe to walk such a distance to obtain Rev. Dr. Judd and wife arrived Thurs the question that we in Brevardxaust bj

.- hed on Dec 1. prox., is an English last of the piles were driven in for advantages which should rightfully be day last and are now residing in the rectory hold of iL The government allows the scp.

.-ship of 800 tons, a little larger than the Mr. O. K. Wood's wharf, which he has given them at their homes in Cocoa; and which has been thoroughly reno- ply discuss to be made account, and for, without the a zkmpti
f .
to or
Maacotte and is named Chas. Moand. bad besides the who would be industriously vated for-their occupancy. The grounds appetite at.cecity
extended out as far as the long new many boys which emanates the demand we limit
J.H. Ahren will leave for Honduras in wharf of Stiling & Taylor.Mr. engaged in studying and around the church and rectory are being that the demand exist*. The mea:

about ten days to manage the negotiation learning to be useful if the 'cleared and put in first-class order. The phase of the question appears with deep
good, men-
and Mrs. Sam Childs Mr. Bob
gravity to the minds of all
incident to the opening of the line. first service of the season was held by thinking rand '
% Hardee and Miss Katie Childs, of Wash- school was open-are now running wild, having given it much thought, I tatt
.4 11 ington, D. C., arrived at Bockledge Monday with nothing to do, as they are too youngto Dr. Judd in Trinity Church last Sabbath come to the conclusion that the remeJp Jar
5 At :Lake Helen slaw suit is pending, woik out, and getting into idle habits morning. A much larger number were the immorality of excessive drink b oA
of this week and will spend the win-
of the ordinances must be moral suasion.! I will not
involving the validity in attendance than one would expect. trapaa
which will to them all their lives.
ter there at the home of Mr. and Mrs. cling upon your sufficiently to amplifr tdsvi
of cattle
forbidding the running at large Allen Hardee, the parents of Mrs. Sam Let 115 have a school by all means, no Some time ago 3Ir. W. M. Campbell conclusion because too va t a teld rCl

f bogs, etc. number of cattle belonging Childs. matter what style of building it has to be purchased a tract of land on the penin- be opened up to be covered bra mere pr>
to Reuben Marsh were confined in the test against vituperation and intoknat
pound and he procured a writ releasingthe The little steamer Denny stopped at held in.The sula, opposite 3Iicco, and has been at as this letter is intended to be.' Gnat t&t

cattle, and the marshalto Cocoa for a few hours last week and took Dixon brothers deserve great credit work with a number of hands preparingthe demand then, and the possibility cspffy
summoning for their enterprise and labor in same for vegetables. Recognizingthe by one means and another, and the qs.tion .
Capt. Paddison on board, as the parties
answer at the next session of the Circuit inevitably is, whether it is better bhave
Court. The law of the State relating who have contracted for the work on the straightening the county road and run- importance of a good water supplyhe the supply come,through the saJocoi

r towns the East Coast Canal wished to have his ning it nearly parallel with the river, has contracted with Messrs. Fee Nes-, or other channels licensed and rerahicd 1

to incorporated specifies opinion and advice during their tour of thus obviating a steep hill, and principally bitt & Turner for an artesian well on the: bT law in the locality where the dmssd ;
the at of
to large
right prohibit running exists, or by shipments from limJeI.w.:
4 inspection down to Jupiter.Mr. in opening up numerous beautiful premises. These gentlemen began opera .
cattle, etc., as one of the powers of incor1tated e.s in other communities and through ssr-
building lots overlooking and with a tions on Monday of this week. channels which the t,
reptitious utmost vip-
towns; but the cattlemen claim Welles and wife, who have a winter
*: t this has been set:aside by subsequent residence at Eau Gallie, came down on gentle slope toward the river. The street When the Georgiana returned here lance and zeal Without have much everywhere failed to ;

acts of the.assembly. ,Hamlin Stew the steamer St. Lucie 3Ionday from the now gives an exit to the front river lots, Tuesday night she brought 3Irs. Geo. W. opinion that the regulated crguoes, open sake, ay I

art, of Deland, are retained by the prose- north and stopped at Cocoa for a few which the owners of should highly ap- Mercier, who had been taken ill at Titus is the better channel. Better morally,fct- f

: -cation, and Miller by the defense. The hours. They then chartered the naphtha- preciate. This is a move in the right ville. Dr. Hughlett, of Bockledge, accompanied cause attended with less demora&ft&e, t
and better
becaase wi&Mi
case is an interesting one, as it involves launch Livinier and had Captain Under- direction, for just as soon as the residentsof the lady, who on her arrival increasing the demand ,lor liquor -it fins I

the rights of all incorporated towns in wood take them down the river to their a village show a little enterprise by here was very lojr. Capt A. W. Buie the benefit of a license tax to the eosaua '

this State. home. opening up highways just so soon will kindly took Capt. Mender's place so he ity where the demand exists. I ete&tv ..

that village begin to thrive and not be- could remain with his wife. We statistics for want of space and focatM fie r
Rev. T. J. Nixon, the Presiding Elder are question of honest opinion is here S&M IS
THE special term of the United States of the 31. E. Church South, will preachin fore. Let others follow the good example pained to state that at this time there is stake. Many thinking people, icckdng

2onrt, which was adjourned last week atc the new M. E. Church South the second set them by the Dixon brothers. little improvement and that her case isregarded yourself, differ with me and I freely gaet .
.Jacksonville until the regular term next Open up the way and the builders will as critical.Commercial to them and to yon the right to eat
Sunday in December as the and
quar- promulgate opinions. Uiay task
month has, like many other courts held terly meeting of the M. R Church follow. Only a year or so ago a liveryman travelers have been nu ness men beside myself think as I da. Wlf ..

in S this State done little to be proud of. from Jacksonville came with a view merousthe week. sbouId.oustigmaWeusu "rumssSes***
South will be held at Cocoa on that Sun- past 3Ir.J.E.McClung, .
K ot opening a first-class livery establishment "society sapsuckers I have not, ml I :
: The only prominent case decided was day, and a protracted meeting will beheld acting for Foster Marvin & Hines, of venture to not of ihe Ibsrd if .
that of Mr. J. W. Ewan,of Dade county, for a few night during the following in our town, and finding that we Palatka secured several orders for his County Commissioners say qne has a single da&r

a history which has already been givento week in the church by Mr. Nixon. had no roads for driving immediately i firm; Will Parsons, representing S. B. which came to them by or through&t.b

our readers.After left disgusted at the prospect and such Hubbard &. Co., and 3Ir.J. A. Craig for of li uor. I do not use it except 'by stoical .
Mr. Lewis Powe and his Miss direction. Xotoneof the board of 6t- :
daughter, lack of public spirit. Half the people
all the evidence had been
givenin Kohn, Furchgott & Co. of Jacksonville
Louise ty Commissioners is a drinker of liqaar*a
accompanied Powe'snieces
by on this river seem to think roads .
by the District Attorney for the pros- unnecessary came together on Capt. Ned DeCourcey's beverage; why are"rnmmiesr: ltI ,
the Misses Whitney and summing with a river to sail and row requires that in the $eA
ecution to make a case against the defendant boat and were quite successful here. Mr. once two years
arrived at South Rockledge last on, not thinking or understanding that shall, when one-fourth the registered TS**
it must be said to the credit of Ward
Moore & Co., of Savannah *
week from their home in Ansonia Con. was of the county petition for itorder a f
of the visitors to this
that very many coun-
Judge Swayne, he considered the another successful party. or dry" election. The Board wntmtk
I .evidence of such flimsy nature that he and are comfortably settled in their lovely try are unused to water and are afraid to Our the law, but being sworn officer art...

took the responsibility of telling the jury winter home. )Ir. Powe says that he venture out in boats to see places of interest enterprising nurseryman, John B. to respect it. Does compliance with the.far t t..

that they could the defendant is seriously thinking of making Rock- : in the neigdborhood, while their Beach, is developing a big trade in fertilizers or their consciences mace them 'iey
only acquit -
edge his home for the round his as well as nursery stock. His sapuckers?" Is the Board of 0JutT 0.- '
health will admit
year as not of walking and
upon ,such evidence. This act has missioners to be held responsible let_
health is never so good anywhere else as then the need of is place contains many choice plants, rub- lic
secured for Judge Swayne the high es- a good roadway felt opinion in the county? The newM
on Indian River. On Saturday afternoon Nov SOth ber and camphor trees, Cnrraccoaand of the present Board are .Peznocrstitrf ';
: teem of the people of Florida for it ,
f shows that his court cannot be The new M. E. Church South was well 3 p. m., there will be a meeting held in
1 ursurped says he has sold this fall five times role in all social issues, and that tke erc a
for the purpose of making political filled last Sunday, and the children were St. 3Iichael'3 Episcopal Church, Cocoa as stitutional right of the people to W- '
gains. The case dUposed of is only one all there as well a* the old folks, as for the purpose of organizing a choir to fertilizer as ever before; that no tions should be infringed by .w,;.

of many from the different counties of the services were entirely devoted to sing in that church on the 1st and 3rd matter how fertile the land is our vegetable would they not be false to their trail.
der iii
find a popular administration if t&fj
our State who will have to appear at their interests and entertainment. Little Sundays in each month. A good attendance growers commercial fertilizersa not avow it! '

a the regular term on these election affable Baldwin sang most sweetly the is earnestly requested, and all who great help in starting a crop and increasing The insinuation that the Board of Ow

0 charges. hymn, Not Half Has Ever Been Told," take an interest in singing are cordially the yield. ty Commissioners are in league with tbs

as a solo and the duet invited to and assist. Some time ago the well-known houseof mysterious fraternity of pap-hoatiar%.*
The cost of the term of court just adjourned by Miss Ollie come The church men, and that they are la the el
has been about $40,000 for thegovernment Lapham and 3Iiss Nellie Simmerell of bell will be rung Saturday afternoon so Montgomery, Ward & Co.,of Chicago, meeting as a Board for the pcrpow d 1&

not considering the expenses the hymn, "Seek Ye the Lord," was well that the singers will not forget the hourof sent out a circular on the "King's daughters ing themselves pay as often as their- .'*.
and *' plan of repetition, and also or avarice may prompt is themes!& ..*
i the defendants are placed under sung greatly enjoyed by all. Rev. meeting.'I a prob- burst of intemperate twaddle. Every tart *
z> James Bolton and Dr. Hngblett made lem as follows: 'If you send a circular Ji
"by attending court, paying their attorneys I suction, every resolution and oflir a
and other expenses. It seems short addresses of an interesting nature Melbourne. to two friends and they each send two matter of record,published and $eJ .?..

,that the District Attorney should be before the meeting was closed. The collection P.ev.3Ir. Getman conducted the morning to friends, and so on, how many persons bJ the newspapers- and subject id? i "f r'
and services in the will be reached tion for all eyes at all times. X ** **
t taken for the Union evening 3Ietho- by the fiftieth
more particular in making, up casesagainst up Sunday repeti- know of a single impG1aDtoScW Of"nP
.y School Association amounted dist Church.Mr. tion T and offering a prize of two dollars "
parties where he cannot secure to 425. who is not a dry man. .Baw
to sufficient evidence, and we hope the incident Dr. Geo. Walton, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. Woodruff of Salem, 0., each for the first five hundred correct is possible for the county to be tra tt..*
: with a party of friends, came on Saturday answers. Three of the Melbourn- interest of the krnmmie if the Ba. ;
of last has been
teach him to be spending a few days in Cocoa, younger County Commissioners desired it? I t
:sore careful in prosecuting cases in the the guest of the Peck. House. Mr. J. H. and are quartered at Mr. Woodruff's ites decided to try for the fun of the been on the Board for over sir,.-r: I

future Rollins, of Orlando, sailed from Titus- Idlewild Cottage thing and worked out the problem separately have seen county scrip under lou.....

It has been hinted that convictions yule to Cocoa last Sunday in the sloop The trade-boat Osceola arrived from and repeatedly to be sure the result ordinary tions and millage for and in the health face of ptJL/I1I.... .
outlays public
before this of Atlanta. He and down the river 'last Saturday was correct The different answers
term court would show Dr. Walton took a tripto evening. schools and public improTOaeBii!Jp *

fraud enough to seat Mr. Goodrich be- Melbourne: Monday in the Atlanta and During the night she sprung a leak and were forwarded separately, not being forty cents on the dollar to per.iwe- ii m

yond a doubt instead of"Mr. Bullock, visited various other places en tvyage. had to go on Capt McFadden's ways for compared till afteivthe' letters had been to-do,.. Is" this a record of kx *

", -who received Dr. Walton is repairs. forwarded, when all were found aljke. suckers? If you or joor tl
a majority about 1,500 greatly pleased with Cocoa will examiae Ae record of ..
-rotes for Congress, but if the trumped and :Bockledge, and may buy a win- 3Ir. L. C. Oliver and Sheriff Bowmancame Last week all three recei'ed their checksfor County Commas of your eO... ,..

( '. Hp cases on the docket, numbering some- ter residence here and later in the season down on the Georgiana Tuesday two dollars each with a letter saying: will see that Brerard oountyi* *"5

tbfeg like a score,.turn out like the case bring down his interesting family from night bound for Jupiter,or farther. Mr. "While you may deem it a smal matter, that million your and county a half of receives doUars.the To ssr.a' *j

jest decided, it is quite apparent that Cincinnati. He says that this is a splendid Oliver returned Wednesday night and still when you consider that we,received five of her cituem as t ftlm-:1r.r 1&

Mr. Goodrich's last hope is about to fade climate for invalids and he thinks came around to see his friends Thursday. over 50,000 incorrect answers and lea average pay of ODe hundred magi"h"aul ..
than 1,500 correct ones think dollars per rear. Yoa will ste ti'
$ away xpressly adapted to persons suffering The furniture, etc., for Mr. Hector's you are required aver of.b
have done
: 5 with nervous diseases and overwork. Island hotel is being placed in positionand very well, and allow us to con- and diversity of daty to meet tea SJre:::''

S.5 The following Seminole Indians csae A very pleasant party from Oteeaconsistingof we bear the hotel will be opened gratulale accordingly.." The correct times a year. And if on this e>osssie_
I ,\ia their cacr s up through Lake Okee- answar was 2.251,799,813,635,246 persons. you discover any evidence of "ff"* '
Mr. H.E. Osteen his about Des 1st A number of
lovely applications agaifist them iI ea, sad not till ,*<-
bobee- aad down Uje. .Caloosahatchee- toFart aughter, Miss Abbie, and Miss Tina: for rooms for the winter have al- The Toube>> justified ifi hoMing tiw..tssr+,,-

Myers last week,bringing alligator Jerriman, visited Cocoa and Buckled ready been received, we are told. establishment of a tannery for operation Jfeaawkik the .people are tie .4' _'
Wes i Charlie Tommy 34 Billie Motel last Peasacola is almost a certainty. ad the ro-i sadalloare .. i
7$ ; >,,< TTafseTantisqClaw week. Miss Merriman,is from: New Mr. J. B.'Terry and family, of South- The enterprise'la'in theTnsndsof' 'Pea acowu&UMo to them.' .

88. :York State?! ,bat BOW:.has ,charge "of ,the old, L. L, who,are well known to many coleass ezclasivel F""T" 1'1j-...
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I 4'ft' THE FLORIDA, STAB, THURSDAY, NOV. 28.' 1889. 5* "
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t lake. Worth."r. Y.L :M .many liquor drinkers feel the evil of it, EDWARD STIUNG. ; ALBERT A. 'TAYLORz -.7} .1
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1f".d'" ',:.''. ....;;' ....# r : ." .' and some others who vole "wet" know '
i Cool almost' to uncomfortablenesa.jfoB. the;exit of it, but still they vote "wet." .STXLXNG db TA :...c>:aII: :..
This same barkeeper have telling ..... ')
J. 8. Earnest and son and her sls.ter lOU about 'will-vote "wet" and why? .0 : vi:
ad chil red arrived on the 19th. It is his business, be does what he'sees Cocoa, Indian River, Florida.:"
and acknowledges to be evil and takes !
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,The ttrer. Lake Worth is making money for it. Some of the merchants DEALERS IN ; 4

is the foil length of the lake nearly of Titusville may vote wet. They have .
day now. seen drunken men, they have seen riot,
every they may have seen murder (it has been
E. B Gammon, of New York, arrived common enough for all to have seen it), Hardware Stoves Tinware
on the 19th. He will act as purser on the but they take a "temperate view" of Crockery .

sty er Lake Worth during the season. such evils. They know the evil but they .
: vote, as they thlDk,for the prosperity of .
Capt. H. P. Dye left for Jacksonvilleon the town or county in which prosperity

the 15th to purchase furnishings, etc., ..1' they wish to share. In other words they AND AGATE-WARE. .

two cottage annexes to the Hotel expect to make money out of what they
fLike know to be evil, or rather they bring Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, = -
Worth. the evil about by their vote and then 0Plumbers' TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY, .

Parties are at work trying to open share the profit of it. "

the inlet. If all parties will turn out and I judge these men by their own words, and Mill BARBED

the inlet may be ,pen by the first and if my logic is correct I have reduced WIRE, >
them, down pretty low in the moral Supplies,
of nest week. scale. My idea, of course, is based on WIRE NETTING
JL V. Winans and wife and Miss A. each man's personal responsibility for -

C.Sewall, all of New York City, arrived the result of his own vote.I Doors Sash Blinds WIRE ?
would like now to address more par- and CLOTH
the 16th and are stopping at the
on ticularly the colored voters of the coun-
Cbcoanut Grove House. ty. I cannot, in a reasonable space, give
While harrowing on the 13th E. B. you more than a hint of all that I could BRICK LIME CEMENT Gr-LJ:1S,
wish to say to you. You are subject to
Flunket bad .the misfortune to run one every law,human and divine, that white AMMUNITION ?
of the barrow- teeth through his left foot, men are under. You are under the same SHINGLES and LATH. ,,,

between two of the toes, making a painful obligation to speak the 'truth, to pay FISIIIXG TACKLE. ,
able be your debts and to conduct yourselves
wound. He is already to '
properly in all things to the best of your ;
Goods : : : F
Slii/p: -
feund again, however. knowledge and ability. Common de- "

las. C. Kinsley has the finest garden cency to vote, which"dry requires," requires every the white same man of Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow COI?- "t
that can be found in the State .
it Juno you. But there are other weighty reasons pany's plows and cane mills; Planet Jr. farm tools. "
for its size, with tomatoes, eggplants, why bhould vote "dry." Your :. .. -.'
celery tweet potatoes, cabbage and all position in you society renders you particu- Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets.ARTESIAN "' ...

kinds of vegetables almost ready to ship. larly liable to persecution and abuse, SPECIA.LITY. ,: : '
I have the .
"Uncle Jim"says he can furnish a Fourthof and if you have observed, as '"

July bill of fare for a Christmas dinner class of you people it will who be have easy put for indignitiesupon you to an- Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and"

as to vegetables sure this year.P. swer when I ask who it is that has estimates furnished promptly. ,

Lennon has erected a scaffold in punched your heads, insulted your women STILING & TAYLOR. .'
stepped on your toes, slashed their .
front of hIs place, presumably from its .
knives in your faces, etc. You will an- .
height and appearance, for pile-driving swer at once it is the drunken and half
drunken white conscious of their
purposes, as be has been talking of put- men; rQLIvEiR
in much-needed wharf for the own degradation they must needs try :
tang a and reduce below their miserable & BLTDGE :
you '
put year or two. It has been hinted level. You may have noticed further .1,

that the present structure is the prom. that it is in the saloon that the "race \ '
bed wharf, but its height above the war" is discussed with the most vehem- Dealers inGEORGIA : :"'

water precludes all such possibilities, for ence; and it is there transportation and '
extermination schemes are hatched. Sober
be would surely never expect a boat to and intelligent white men see the PINE LUMBER :

climb a ladder to get up to it. necessity of keeping the colored people : .

H.N Gilbert, representing the Syracuse in the south. "
Here is another argument for you:
(N. Y.) Journal, arrived on the lake You have learned jour civilization from SHINGLES AND LATHS. .
the 16th, accompanied by his wife. Although the white men and have been intimately

not having long'to stay, he took associated for a great many generations. '
pains to see and learn all he could while No other race has borne this test, they G-EL'\TEB..AL:: HWAR !],.
have died off and disappeared, and I am
here, and to judge from his smiling fully persuaded that as a race nothingbut .

countenance! be was in a state of continual your former condition of servitude Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware and. Crockery: g
enjoyment "of the new sights and could have saved you from their fate so ; ,

teeWbe! met with on every hand, and long. You were forced to learn what .
useful and good and restrained from
I i from the lugubrious appearance of that was practicing if not from learning what was AI1'TTS AND OXLS 9 # c.)

same"phiz" on his departure on the 19th injurious and evil. But now you have

he Aft with regret. Such men are always. your own choice and your vote at the Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
next election will prove which you ,
wekese, for they take pains to see and

j foftmUl 1 they can. ,and.when anyone does places choose.menace These your salbons very and existence gambling as a Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.:
thai we know the reputation of both Lake people. You have only to look about .

Worth and the State is safe in their you to see the tendency among your "
haadt. young menI warn you-the vices of POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. 'jf. '
-\ .. the white man have proved quite as dangerous ..
,Mention of the meeting of the Horticultural as their shot-guns and revolversand '
&ciety should have been made a good deal more destructive, for :.. : : .

in i these items last week, as they met on they destroy both soul and body.:
I quote to you from my Quaker Bible For Sale #
tie 2nd inst.' It was unintentionally again: "Fear not them which kill the Old and Ile]lable. Established 1819. t

omitted, but "better late than never." body but are not able to kill the soul; Six of tbe Best Business Site r
,,lie subject they discussed was the co'ooannt but rather fear him which is able to de- N

and the opening paper was prepared stroy both soul and body in hell." Now Lots in Titusville B. PR.ESLEYCO..,
I fear take this warning
you will not, ,
County Surveyor ,
home to yourselves. One will say, "I WHOLESALE ;:
Avenue and .
Each 30ft.
bat, in his absence, was read by the sec- like a glass of beer and the saloon makes on Washington
fttary. After the reading of the paper, the town look alive, there is no dangerof 100ft. on Hutchinson's avenue.

which gave many important points, the my ever being a drunkard." But THERE ARE THREE CORNER LOTS FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS rAnd
is all drunkards have been
there danger;
members had a lively discussion of the
just where you are now; you have not Apply to ROBBINS & GRAHAM, Titus -
object,showing tbe interest taken in the more,self-control than the thousands of ville; orDAVID : : COmmissiOn: : : : l"ts.0 ;... \0

\. oocoanut in this section. It is a most brave and true men that have been laid S. HUTCHINSON, Trenton, New

valuable tree in all respects, yielding low by drink; and even if there were Jersey. 20-3mo 4
danger for yourself, you have no rightto .
erne four or, five products at least, each '
for children or SoUcitetlVST.
set a fatal trap your Consignments of Florida 1 anges
of whch! is worth in value from $15 or your neighbor or your neighbors' chil ; ;'( :-'. -

$20 a ton up to $too and $200 and more. dren. Another one of you will say "I :' '.. .'
From inquiry it was found out that there I oti much about it myself, but .. '-<' E

are- more than half million bearing cocoanut Tom, Dick and Harry buy whiskey and by P A UL :MIN"NESOTA.: .
in this section and more the jugfull:; now go on a great tear : Y
; drink than they would if they t >
coming in by the thousands every
bearing well discussed in could get a drink when they wanted it.I HUUc We have been the Agents of the Florida Fruit Exchange since its organization ,
all year.Its The subject and was then little miscellaneous That is a bad state of affairs, and must until this season, when they decided to confine their western shipments to Chicago : }
bearings, a be the next thing for us to tackle whenwe and St. Louis.L
taken including FROM NEW YORK CITY.
business was up,
but for
the distribution of some free tea seed the are done with conscience the saloons is clear, as regards -I EYE Mr.GLASSES A. H. Hawkes received-Pear sometime Sir Your since,PATENT and am | We have been the, recognized headquarters for Florida Oranges in the Northwest -
JromRev, E. Heyser's Georgia plantation present Tom your and Dick's carrying on. If very much gratified at the wonderful change that for years, and have the Largest Orange Trade and Longest Experience of ,3
0 ', presented to the society bv that baa come over my eyesight since 1 have discarded any house in the West. ..
Some sisal hemp you were by your vote to open the saloons mj old glasses, and am now wearing lourLALxuDKR .i
gentleman bre was shown personally.made at Atlanta out oft and riot and murder were to follow Secretary Stationers'AGAR.Board of Trade. We have the best Auction Room in the country, and will sell Oranges at
leaf sent from,Jupiter.: The next meet- as a result of their opening, ;you, All fitted at the Drag Store of Auction or Private Sale as shippers may wish. i.I'
would bear the guilt of murder on your 25 DIXON & GRAY,TITUSVILLE., FLA. *
tag will be held the first Saturday in Deteaber conscience as long as you lived, and Correspondence solicited. References. Any of the National Commercial Agen ,
2p.m. at the' west side' school house- at longer too I fear. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup cies, Local Banks, Jobbing Houses or the Florida Fruit Exchange. V

SAM. There is a lot more sophistry you may \
get hold of about keeping the money at

home, reducing the taxes and improving Gauged to order, ten cents extra. Strawberry 3Pla.a3.ts: September:
A(fcvaker. eH' Total.. Abstinence. values and business by opening; also of
TITUSVILLB, 4,1889. curtailing may rights and trying to Wheelwrighting and Repairing. Nunarts Improved and Ho mana' Seedling, $4.00Per 1000. Order early.
his personal habits by keepingthe
C. O. B.
**er .Florida. Star: saloons closed. I will write a per-
Brands of FERTILIZERS adapted to soil and climate.
Several specially our
When I tell you that total abstinence sonal letter to anyone who may Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co. w x
1" ** rtof m religion. that the Quay wish to have my views on either from $2.00 up. Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton, Seed Meal, etc., and Mapes ,and
kir Bible which I read commands me one of these or any other ques- Tanksand Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue. j.
*o meither i touch. taste or handle, and tion connected with the subject.
**t even to look upon the wine when it After making this offer, pursuading Mr. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, ;Fla.
'!feet for 1n. the end it biteth like aSJeat Wager to publish this long letter, and JOHNSON, 4NAUlVI&N'S
and etis.etLlike an adder, youyfflfioi depositing a "dry" ticket, think my
doubt on which side the fenceI conscience will be clear whatever hap- LaGrange, : : Florida. I Pianos & Organs ;

I iH,be at the coming election. pens. J: began by addressing the editor NEWSPAPER SUBSCRffTIOH AGEHCtTHE -
I, beard, one of our well-known bar- and ended with the colored voter. I EACOTT & CO. TUNED AND REPAINED. :. :j
.Wws remark' ia the presence of theCoiooelw trust no offense will be taken if I sign t PIONEER AGENCY. ..&..-- .
,** (/ that his business myself "TITUSVIIXE, FLA., For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN<< G. W. SCHUYLER:4\
_|mean 0 one and that he would quit Your true friend ,
f*i Moa.aa'he could save: money enough E. P. WILBUR.' TIN & SHEET-IRONWORKERS. Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. P. 0. INDIANOLA, BBEVARD CO..' .
to. Mart'at something else.* ,He, more .' 'I FLORIDA. 4
th'tke ortty.' co1ild see the mean- Wznunrt Ad vice 800'mmGSnwahou1da11rabe to Mothers THE ;All: work warranted. References for

w of!ti l1e _....always seeing it, and Hit.u..t trben children am cutting tettb. It reUem GUTTERING, ROOFING, Naphtha Launch "Linoiei" niahed. Charges only for work actually.,* .
...i well hisl tMUU1el1l&rentooe;ptodnceinatural, "
.u on his cheek as as' '"bright And of Tin Ware. done-not for travelling expenses! ,
oyed bins to be a good prohibi.vowe gnietakegandtheUUlechernbaTntaae.a s button. ft to Tery pleasant It Manufactunng Can be Hired for Short Runs or Cruis Will make a trip to Lake'Yortbaoou
_l.... terms and particulars addressW. 1st of October attending to any orders ;
4 barkeeper & not o.niqueAll rsgnlstetts bo1rela.&D4 ith be t known raaedf or ... P. Underwood' ,Cocoa Fla. received before that time. 23-3mo.
\ for d&rrbooa, whether arising from teething And.Repairing of all kinds. I ,
t. .pes nee- the evU'pf- $t. A Read,. aorrouaa. Twt&tf fiTO dente$bottto' I ..' .

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NEWS IN BRIEF. '- 'j :' VISITED t ,HEW YORK.; .1; .. H eJ"Want ttd.at_ In circuit Covert of tAtt"StfJml Judicial .

1,. Condensation ,of 1a&erest1.C' Itvm* Lord William Poulet was said to be Circuit of the State of Florida, Bret+rd TED 1

Yariowa SnTaJeets. the author of a pamphlet called The County, A.'D. 1889.-In ClItz <
It trill ate'the official Tote to decide trhiis THE OLD STORY WHICH CONTINUES Snake in the Grass." A gentleman Floyd & Kevins 1

3 elected lieoftesant governor in Iowa Boies. TO FAIL AS A WARNING. abused in it. sent him a challenge. Lord vs. f Foreclosure ORANGE GROB

for aaTer nosr, has 7,000 plurality. The rest William protested his innocence, but the Stephen Ryder et aLJ ,
of the state ticket is Republican The &eB&tt insisted a denial under
gentleman Upon
} daisx Another Man Who Sought Sudden Wealth To John P. Magovern, Oliver C. Stark-
fa six the Republican
Republican by his hand. Lord William took up a pen weather William B.Fitch and J"amesV.. ON INDIAN RIVER
The Democrat claim two of them as Inch nod Pl lJ* -Z ay Victim off the MQreeaGeocJa ,
and began: "This is too eaftefy that the &Co. Aaron
F how will TOte. Lynde, partners as Magovern ,
aDd telling they
peodma no
This Time Detoettv "
The bare is a tin I I ealer -Bat a bock kalled the mak"'Oh, my lord! Adams and John L Howe, partners as Ad- IN FINE THRIFTY CO >mos.

It Keen certain that the EJiighti cf Labor H Sear to Hip the Game. "said the gentleman, "I am satisfied. ams & Howe, C. S. Darling and Henry ,

:, aDd Fazmen' alliance will comhiDe. I Deacon Hardshell sat bolt uptight in Your lordship has already convinced me Lee: THREE HUIDRED &: FIFTY TBEES

Two new,cases of yellow fever haTe 4 you did not write the bx> ."-San Francisco It appearing from the affidavit of Finlev ,
at West Fla. nl-1 the tamer of the family pew. his eyes Way complainant's solicitor, herein filed,
oped Key j Argonaut. Two Hundred in Good Bearing.'VILL ,
p Jt baa been decided at Birmingham, .. fixed on the preacher and his whole at- that the above-named defendants are non-

IS .that the killing of the tea men who fell at titude that of decorous attention. But residents of the State of Florida, and that

t A tile attack on the jail during the H&wesriot the droning tone of the parson made no said defendants reside in the city and Stateof

.. last December, was justifiable. I Bucklen's A.rnlcaSaITe.. Sew York, and that they are over the
Catholic mass meeting at Baltimore resolved impression on him thoughts were THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts. age of twenty-one years. It is therefore or- GUARANTEE A NET Df.
a that license would solve the far He was thinking of the dis-
high away. Bruises Sores. Ulcers Salt Rheum. Fe- dered that you do appear, plead, answer or

liquor question. I tant metropolis and the alluring joys ver Sores. Tetter Chapped Hands, Chil demur to complainant's bill herein filed on COME, FROM PRESENT CROP,

Internal revue receipts for the fiscal which are always so dear to the bucolic blains. Corn, and all Skin Eruptions, or before the 2d day of December, A. D.
year ended Jane 30, 189, are$ -4,424, or,. 1SS9 else said bill will be taken as con- OF 10 PER CENT.ON PRICE. 1
and Piles 1i
heart "Cracky, be said to himself, POilivE'lcures or no pay required. -
than the of the
90 receipts
07,958 more previous
fii fessed. It is further ordered that this notice i
"but them Yorkers is up to cute tricks! It is guaranteed to give perfect
year.Father satisfaction refunded. Price be published-in the FLORIDA STAB, a
Bererdy, a pioneer priest, died at I kalkerlate, however, I'm just es smartes or money Titusville Brevard
I 25 box. For sale Dixon & published ,
cents by newspaper
{ per ADDRESS,
Dearer Monday,aged 5& most on 'em, even ef"I don't take no 1019. .Florida once a week for four consecutive -
Grey. county, ,
Hon.John J. Covert fell dead in church al
daily They've got ter get up i
paper. i weeks. LOCK BOX 246, TITUSYILLB
Sheldrake,XT. pretty early in the mornin' to fool old I i JffOTICE. Witness A. A.Stewart, Clerk of the Cir- ,
16 heiress tc
Mias Alice Jackman, aged ,
$30,000, was forcibly abducted by six met Josiah Hardshell. Ill start fur York : LAND OFFICE. GAL FSCILLE. FLA.1Xov.lSth. cuit Court,and the seal of said court, at the FLORIDA. t
'n I reckon when I back Court House at Titosville this nth day of ,
and drirea away in a hack while playing in termorrer, get : 1SS9. / ,

front of her guardian's 'residence at St I HI show these critters raound abaout ,. Complaint having been entered at this October A. D. 1889.
here a trick or two that'll surprise 'em.** A. A. STEWART, THEGLDRYOFMAN5TRENGTH.VITAUTY
Loois, Monday.At ; I office by George n.. Storey against
Louisville, K y., Mrs. Lena Haertel HE DEw THE DEACON.It : James Booth. Jr., for abandoning his Clerk Circuit Court. fl

t swallowed half an ounce of laudanum to enc was late in the afternoon of the second homestead entry Xo. 14.234, dated May FINLEY WAY,Complainant's Solicitor.

c her life. Before she baa ae unconscious sh ; day after these pious meditations 16th. 1SS4. upon the west of s outhvesii t

cursed her 5-months-olcl child at her breast. when the worthy deacon deposited his of section 25. and east i of southeast How Lost How Regain*

S t The wonian's life was saved, but the babt gripsack on the counter of one of the I, i of section 26, township 2S south. range MASON & HAMLIN, A

died.Alice h/1 3i east, in Erevan county Flori'la. witha
modest city hostelries frequented by
Jackman the heiress who was abducted
view to the cancellation of said
kind and asked the clerk if there were : ORGAN & PIANO CO. = of : F
Y at 8L Louis on the 18th inst., waif i the said parties are hereby summoned to 1
bun!in a coaveat bat before her guardian: any letters for Josiah Hardshell. There I,I 1 appear at this office on the 30th day of

could secure control oi her she.was spin te' I was one letter-a brief scrawlbiddinghim i i December.1SS9 at ten clock a. 111.. to BOSTON. NEW YORK, CHICAGO.

I out of the convent by the original abductor I to wait in the hotel barroom for his I: respond and funiiih testimony concerning rLW 1

and'taken out of the city. correspondent, who would be on hand at said alleged abandonment. Contains a fire octave 9-top KNOffTHYM
,Dynamite was exploded under a crowded, I .. action furnished in and
8 o'clock and address him as "Queer. I| ALEXANDER LYNCH. Register.V. I a large
k theater Hurley, one was hurt. hand ome rue of solid black THE SCIENCE OF LIFE
At the hour appointed the deacon's lank i I, J. SHIPMAX. MODEL walnnC Price f&9 cash; and
Scientific an:! Standard Popular YedxxlTrcatfe
Crimes and Casoltles form was extended in an armchair in one ;! Depositions before LaRue P. Ely. ORGAN, { also sold on tbe Easy Hire System cache Errors 01 Toatbl'remaccrelurASovaeaand

Two persons were killed, and one fat ll) corner of the barroom while his eves I notary public, at Melbourne. Fla., on at $lt JT per quarter, for Physical De&Lrj,iapsnnes oi tIe $:oo .
injured by a collision of freight trains or i, Friday. Dec. 20. 1889. at 10 a. m. 32 STYLE ten quartern when organ becomes -
anxiously scanned the face of each n wcomer. -i i the proj- rrj of person
the Virginia Midland railroad. .
He almost from his seat 2244. Moog.MASON
At Atkinson Me., ):r. David Brown, aged leaped ,; NOTICE. l

') 75,was thrown from a carriage and killed when a dapper looking young man with !i LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLA.\ .

His two daughters were badly injured :I, a dyed mustache and glittering silk hat November 18th, 18;&. J '- 'J :

r Joseph Hodges and wife, living neat bent over him and softly remarked:;i| Complaint having been entered at this The Mason k Hazalin __
Archie Mo. left their two children at home how do find in i I Stringer," invented and patented Resulting from Foy rICe,Isnonaee,Exmsei: et
"Well, Queer, you things office by John F. Highsmith against Rob- by Mason Jt TTimfrc in OTcrtax&xioo, EnerraJnz,s1 anf xtn%the vfcfia
while they Visited a neighbor's, a quarter rt Sew York 'I ert Denser for abandoning his homestead S 1833. is n
: a mile ....y. When they returned their "Be gash gasped the deacon. -How entry Xo. 16833, dated June 4tli, 1SS6, HA3II.INPIANOS. Hamlin pianos exduaiYe1,. Remarkable Avoid cmtmcl preteaders. Posses VU. .pest
work. Is contains SJOparts,royal 8m .Bnaaftfblnifics
in ashes aDd tho children burnectodeath. refinement of tone
home was in thunder did ye know me?" ;,I upon lots 2, 3 and 4, section 9, township and phenomenal capacity to ,embossed,f fi3 pa. ITK only |LM bf

i I The man with the high hat and dyes 44, S. range 43 E, in Dade county, Fla., I stand in tone characterizethese mail,postpaid,concealed In plain wrapper. J2atratrr >
Mrs Patrick Cannon was found frozen tc., with a view to the cancellation of said entry instruments. *Prospectus Free,if TOO *pptj tact. Tb*
death in the woods near Wi1tesbarre. Pa., mustache suppressed a smile with some:I 'l i t'frg" astbcr.Win. IL h t '. JL n.ceiTecthe ,>>
1 the said summoned
; parties are hereby GOLD .L JEWELLED KEBALtnrn
He have answered that
with an empty whisky bottle by her side. 1 I difficulty. might i to appear at this office on the 30th day of the NattsMud Me4icm2 Aaesd.tisa fir
The treasurer of a county in Kansas took he knew him because he was the only December 1889 o'clock POPULAR STYLES ORGANS AT $22. tU. PRIZE ESSAY on NEETOCS Mi
at a. m., to respond -
I I man room was suggestive and furnish testimony concerningsaid $32.50. $60. $78, $96, AND UP. of '--tr"t Phjaicians cuy be cnram.' d._ COM: *
Judge IA.Dgsto:11rU shot and killed by 8. of chicken feathers, whose boots alleged abandonment.ALEX. d tlany. br m.IJl.1'l' tnpexaon, at the ogee ct
D. Everett,at Mt. Sterling, Ky. had been greased instead of blacked, LYNCH Organs and Pianos sold for Cash EasT TIlE PEABODY MEDICAL DbUX:2'N.
A fBi named 1 Engel shot and tilled a girl Register.V. Payments,and Rented. Catalogues free. ..4 BalbdI SL.Be.taa.x.
whose face betokened anxious expectancy J. SHIPXAN, Receiver. orders for books ockoers for adrfc ibectt
nrtiwd Both,at Elgin,EL, and then killed 22-4L "J
4 bisssaelL and whose whole appearance denoted Depositions before H. Hoagland, Notary t dmctsdaaaborsuTen
I l I
& D. Everett shot and killed Judge Tang familiarity with rustic methods of Public at Lake Worth. Fla., on December II I

:" atoaatHL Sterling, Ky. I I I life. 20th, 1SS9, at 10 a. m. 32

An infant of Snider He did this but he said what
son Rudolph wai not say ,
# NOTICE.To $1.000 Fe On.1y .L
added death at Wabash: Ind. !'pleased the deacon excessively and >r :

John Sharp,while trying: to,rescue Murray estimation all whom these pnaente shall come, greet'ing
raised himself at once in the
Thousand Dollars Souvenirs to be Giiea
take notice in Any <
Beach from a well at Valparaiso, Ind., teD of that excellent ruralist. His reply :
and broke his neck. That whereas,the Board of County Commissioners .
k i I I was: "Oh Fm accustomed to recognizing On the Grand Opening of the f
Two freight trams on the East Tennessee of Brevard county, Fla., on a
f. railroad collided at Athens, Teen. Anumber people right away. 'I know a shrewd I II petition of more than one-fourth of the

is .,of can were demolished man when I see him. Let's take a registered voters of said county, did order FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSIT
*" I I V
Labor p- Notes. drink. that an election be held on" the second

Pi.,..thorax miners in the IConongaheli "Don't keer ef I dew, stranger" said Tuesday of December, 18S9, the same being THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JAN. 9,1890.Partial .

valley will strike lwaD advance of one-hall the deacon as he rose from his seat and the 10th List of Prizes.No.
cent per bushel in the price of mining 1 I I accompanied his newly made friend to whether the sale of intoxicating liquors Valuation. '
Several of 1P. L. Scott's coal mines U shrewd wines or beer shall be prohibited in
&cCOm1t'of the bar. "I guess I be abaout es said for the 1. Certified check for...........................................-.-.....---.-...f LJW8
itf Pennsylvania have abut down on county two next ensuing -
dullness in the western trade Manyjmen I I es they make 'em daown sour way, nit's after the said election.years 2. Knabe upright piano: ebonized cseengntved panels with stool and tarf; ((88

gotter be a pretty smart Yorker es 3. Parlor suite five pieces magnificent brocatelle. with silk plush trim
are thrown out of work. I I Therefore I., Alexander A. Stewart, : :
.4 convention kin take in old Josiah HardshelL Youngman said inings as follows: One sofa in terra cotta large ladies'easj chair
A of the miners of Northern clerk of Board, do hereby give notice, ,one
funds, IndiAnA, Ohio, Pennsylvania and gimme a leetle mite o rum 'n as required by law,that said election will in olive, one large gents easy chair in blue, one large reception chair

West Virginia baa been called to meat at Indianapolis gum." be held at all the precincts in said countyon in olive, one large reception chair in old gold._............-.....- !II ,

December IS,to arrange a scale c4 CHARLEY' ALSO, WAS KSOTTO. that day, to-wit: the second Tuesday 4. Pair diamond ear drops, best quality........................................_ ;.

prices for next year. I "And now to business," said the dapper in December next,for the purpose set forth. 5. Walnut bedroom set, eight pieces, French beveled mirrors........ u...... .

Striking block coal miners in the centra!. gentleman, as the two seated themselves In testimony whereof I nave hereuntoset 6. Set HavUand French china, decorated, 126 pieces......._......_...__ It1 f

part of Clay county, Ind., have concluded to by a small table in a corner of the mv hand and official seal this 17th day. 0;. Gents diamond studs:......................................?......._?....?...__ 15

r y work at the operators offer.Foreign. bar room. of October, A. D. 1S89.L.S. S. Gents' --nifieent-gold watch and chain......._......__....___ )5,

r I "rm with ye," responded the deacon [ .] A. A. STEWART, 9. Elegant French china dinner set. 149 pieces..................._.....-..-_ 196

The ling of Siam is about to send fin eagerly, ** 'n I kin tell ye, young man. 2; CTk Board Co. Commissioners. 10. Lady's gold watch and chain, solid gold, very fine................_-

Siamese boys to the United' States to be eda-I yell find me a pretty hard nut to crack 12. Music box ten sirs...................................................__.....N..NN

t' cated at his own expense. every time." MASTER'S SALE. 13. Parlor folding bed, cherry finish................_...,..........._......_N. ;.

The trial with sixty-five swindled persons who an i I "That's the only sort of men we deal Under and by virtue of afinal decree 14. Antique oak hat rack diamond, French beveled mirrors-........ U .
charged having Austrian and
c Hungarian emigrants to America, has begna,I with," responded the other impressively, issuing out of the Honorable Circuit 19,986 other souvenirs, aggregating.............................*............_..._
Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of
at Wadowice,Austria. and I can assure! you sir, we make it a a

point to find out just how shrewd a man the State of Florida in and for Brevard 20,000 Souvenirs in all, amounting to.................._...._......_.. -t-.t9
;, Sporting Sparks. county, dated the fifth day of October. Only 2O.OOO Tie&eU Sold mt fl.OO Eaela. '*
Y: Kansas City has withdrawn from the is before we put ourselves in his hands. A. D. 1SS9, in a certain cause in Chancery Committee to award souvenir: Ho Geo. F. Drew. Dr. Joseph Y.Porter,W.

American Attociation joined the WesV Now this stuff that we're going to sell therein depending wherein James A. MacDuff J. R. Tv en, A. W. Cockerill,jr., T. T. Stockton, T. S. Wiln tL

era League. Baltimore will probably withdraw you will go down your way exactly as Pritchard and William M. Brown under See Sunday's Tima-Union for full list souvenirs. .

from the Association. well as the real thing. You cant tell the firm name and style of the Indian Tickets good for admission to grand opening of the Exposition.

Chicago White Stocking baseball club hai the difference and else for River Bank, are complainants and Hattie
# nobody can All orders for tickets should be sent to W. ,B. BA&. DT President&*
incorporated with 5,00u stock. that matter. We can sell you $2,000 of B. Morton and Frank 31. Morton, her National Bank of Jacksonville Jacksonville Fla the isowj"
One of the Tacancuv in the American Association husband, and J. H. Foster and Mary P. accompanied by
consort of goods for$300 of jours and if $1 for each ticket.
has been filled by the Syracuse bas Foster his wife and
are defendants
haJJ ,,mb .. you keep your mouth shut as tight as we days since the date Send to the Secretary fort full list of Souvenirs. Agents Wanted.

keep ours nobody 11 be the wiser. You of thirty said decree having, I will passed, as special masterin $6,000 IX PREMIUMS OFFERED FOR COUNTY AND INDIVIDUAL >

Tbe'Sin of Lying. can use it in your neighborhood for pay- chancery sell at public sale to the DISPLAYS. Send for foH Bit t

The emperor of Russia, when upon a ing your grocer and lifting the mortgageoff highest and best bidder for cash in frontof B. F. DILLON, Prr*4t. JAS. M. SCHUMACHEK Tress S.A.ABA3K' '' '

tour of inspection in the provinces, the farm, and the'money goes away the Court House door in Titusville,
off and nobody's hurt at all. Then when Brevard county. Fla.. on the sixth day .. .
passed the night in the simple hut of the C1yd. S-t a '" OQ.
it's all ** of A. D. 1S90 EJhip
toll taker. Before retiring he gone you can send to us for more. January, the same being
was The deacon's with delight the first Monday iu the month and a le-
eyes glistened -
pleased as the head of the church to New York Charleston & Lime*
He thought of the "critters in gal sale day between the legal hours of FloridaThe ._
j Bee the old man take up his Bible and his neighborhood whom he could swin- sale, all that certain lot or piece of land. r 4

read a chapter. A"Do you read often, dle situate in the county of Brevard and
the which he could
my eon?' he asked. "Yes,jour majesty mortgage State of Florida, and described as follows -
wipe off and the immense:: profit he could
every day. "How much of the to-wit:
Bible have you read, my sonT '.Dar- make out of the transaction. Commencing at a point on the east line

ing the past year the Old Testament and "It looks ter me like a kinder good of a prolongation of Washington avenue

S s of Matthew scheme," he observed cautiously; "but one hundred and five feet south of the
; part your majesty.
be all them bills of that southeast intersection of said
yourn es good es Washington -
Thinking to reward him, the czar
there dollar ye sent me?" avenue and Orange street, as shown
placed 500 rubles between the leaves of
"Just look herer retorted the other, on a map or plat of the town of Titus-
the Book of Hark on the following morning
ville. made by one J. Francis LeBaron
roll of
e producing a crisp new greenbacks
unknown to the tall keeper, whom tor Henry Titus, and no'on file in the
\ "can tell whether tree
he bade farewell. Several months ; you are office of the clerk of the circuit court in

passed away and,the emperor returned, queer or not? Step up to the bar and and for Brevard county and State of Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail ai follow*: ,
see if we can buy a couple of drinks Florida thence (Standard Time.
upon a second tour to the toll taker's running east parallel
hut. Taking the Bible in his hands he with any one of them"- with the line of said Orange street to Indian From Jacksonville to New York. fProm JacksomTiS-

was surprised to find the 500 rubles in- **ni have to take you in, I guess, River, thence south along the margin TCESIUYS. THURSDAYS Jt SUS A TS. New York' to E---
Charley,"mid a well dressed man who of said river fifty-two and onehalffeet (CALLING. AT CE tLLY TO.) Monday Wednesday k Ydib $* d -
tact. Again interrogating the toll keeper had been thence west parallel with said south IROQUOIS Sunday, Nor. s. at U00 oon (C1LLE5Q AT C&1BLCSXOS.: ) _
tongs in he sitting near by, apparently absorbed TEMASSEE. Tuesday, S at *:n, B
se. diligence reading received p m
11 in his paper.HAnd I guess you'llhate line of orange street to the east line ofsaid CHEROKEE Thursday, .* T. u 4M mm CBEJtOEEE: 'y, b0: I'e.2
L' a1
S an affirmative answer and the SEMDfOLE.: SD O' Rcd'iday, t. d
.- Tuesday. 13, at tOO ..
thence north ,
Washington avenue, am 3M
} to come along, too, as a witness, DELAWABK 1"Ii" a t' at.
hat he had finished the DELAWARE 14. 7.
statement' chapters along tbe said east line of said Tbnndsj at t:x> a a : p-m
he .continued addressing the deacon avenue IEOQUOIS.TEMASSEE. Sunday lT. at llsOO IROQUOI.%
Lake. :: a. m := ;:1 i_ p
of fifty-two and one-half feet to tbe pointof : *. l EliiS 7r. at :
Tuesday. at 1 f0>>
whose blood in his veins. i : *m .. at' Z' ,
was freezing
"% tflying, my eon, is a great sin."replied beginning. Including also the build- CHEROEEE: Thursday 44 21. as iio a a CH1CK0tas SX1I1Sou ItiMay;' u.U.. 81 U1J to 1SEYLNOLE

his majesty"give me the Bible The dapper young man was bailed out Wg thereon, and the ice-machine, boiler DELAWARE. .. Soaday, M- Si, at SiOO p. m DELrw18)4 lIoa4a 1I'ed"'". I&. 8&, t.P = ,
the next day but the deacon is still Ian'h'ng'in and all material and Tuesday: 25, at CrOO a. aS& r.. aI' tdd3f r.
till I see. Opening the book he pointedto machinery necessaryto IEOQUOIti Thursday, at 8rOO a.mD IBOQCOtS, .- Tttdar. ,.
the money, which the man had.Dot the House of Detention. It run tae same as operated by the defendants TEMUSSEE.CHEEOKEE. Sunday ..c 1, at 11-fOa.a YIV: 1s8IF::! -. )lCD4a;. :i, at a& ii P B
hasjust occurred to him that there arecertain'"Yarkera" herein. Terms cash. Tuesday. Sat 1300 p.a moQCOIS R.d'sday: a.. y as .. .,
seen. "Thou hast not sought the kingdom ::E tC Ot.B Th1 'a1a1., S. &I :; 8EMISOLE, Rida7. :t.
Witness hand Florida
who are as smart as my atTUnsville, ,
of God son. -As
&halt also my lose thy earthly reward., he fa,and that some of them may be this the 23th day<< of Nor.A.D. 1SS9. For Information Begirding Freight aad-Paaage,apply to I

: found in hotel barroacBs, while others SEWAED F. GRAY J.A.LESLIE.: Sap&.., J.ckaoaTilk; L: a BGl$Trafie llaaaro S B ."
rubles *
the in'his '
Ami he placed pocket, Master ia J. A.STZAIX.,rent Feraandma. -
Sped Chancery.
'S ,are in the service of the New York detective .. ?OHS L..B01I"ABD.P.A.I .
to disfeibate afterward among the neigbVoci&at ..Jo.ATElXSOS't: e. 1'. .. I&03I1OYQi ,rP.A.. ....
ndatd.. ,force.-New York&aa.w w ..P. CLYDE,di CO.."General AK'eD M 8olttR 'lfi bsrirse,)l llsdelPiis' _
poor.-I doaaTF 32-Gt Solicitors
Complainant. .
: 't J1ac,. New ToI'Ir. '

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il : THE: FLORIDA .STAR. ;.,THURSDAY, .Nbv. .28, 1889., t 7f4t *> '
a. .< 'r z .-. t. ... .__ __ ___ ..

+}":'G'p'.r. .RJDA.. : : .:"';.. t In*; ,, .aaieoow' *mr..en Complete' Charts & laps of Indian River f THE JpC HOUSE OF FLORIDA 'f k
.: '* ; vStockofHAT HERE WE AREAGAIU} .
A TRUNK 'And the Whole Coast of the United
fffC TROPIC LINE dtwaia dJ: F+a.uoyGROCERIES States. A. B. CAMPBELL i

Jacksonville, Tampa ana
.' Ke. :West System. ,,TIDE TABLES, Jacksonville, Fla. .


gefcedmles-Effect May 26,1889. AND ALL PUBLICATIONS, J, W ROGERS & GO, ..Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos;, Haines f-

Trains of this line run on Central Stand Of the Government Coast and Geodetic Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & ...
ara Time, and arrive and depart_ from the Before'an intelligent, appreciative and White Organs and Chicago Cottage
jT., & K. W. and 8. F. & Union de Survey. Organs. : ,

pot. & GRAIN Robt. Ranson, Canaveral, Florida, discriminating public, present ourselvesand I will Sell and Deliver at your,nearest
West India Fast Mail. make our bow, announcing thaVwe station High Grade x
Ko.27 No- 14 are candidates for their favors good
lOOp m...Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m Write for Chart covering the portionof ,
1 54 p m..Green Cove Spring..5 a m Dry Goods & NotionsLADIES' coast or river desired, as constant alterations wishes and--cash.

2 40 p m.-Palatka Junction.....-128 a m are taking place. Charts, fifty PIANOS'S
S 48 p m._Palatka...4 28 a m cents each. As blood is thicker than water, so is
3 23 p m........Huntington-.......3 24 a m
cash better than credit. We to
3 42 p m..Seville ._3 00 a m propose ORORGANS. '
4 20 p m..DeLand Junction.2 00 a m get out of the old ruts, and Sell our
4 30 p m....Orange City Junc..l 48 a m .
5,15 p lD.....i.-Sa dord...1 15 a m Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

5 57 P moo......1jnterPark..1153 p m Cash. .
6 13 p m.........Orlando! .11 40 p m DRESS (
7 25 p m.Kissimmee..l0 50 p m ,
*1013Pm..........Tampa. 7 40 P m We handle a first-class line ofOlotliing *
10'45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv. 6 50 p m FOB LESS MONEY than any other house In' the
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between United States. I Will ship a Piano or Organ to
GOODS HOW? any honest man or woman on trial, awl_it not r
York and Tampa daily. No 27
New stops satisfactory. I will pay freight bothways.. *25
tt Kfcsimmee for supper. Nos. 14 and 27 cash and $10 a month on a Piano and $10 cash and .
"Can the world know a man has a good
connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steamship thin? unless he advertises the possession $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
tine for Key West and Havana. Ships ANDMILLINERY of it. 'VAKDSRBILT. Both Ready-made and to Order. more terms than anyone ordinary can own rent.a instrnmen On these very. Send liberal for r
nil from Port Tampa on Mondays and FREE CATALOGUE containing fall information.
fi Hmndarson arrival of trains. No. 2'; Sheet Music Strings,Violins. Banjos; Guitars Ac- t
acts at Palatka Junction with the Flor- cord eons, and in fact, every Musical Instrumentthat k'
Our la made,and at very low prices. Send for complete .
J, .Southenr Railway. Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of ChoiceMusic
n.4 at 10
ceutsper copy.
IRAKS BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND I U Gents' Furnishing DepartmentIs i A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5ItaD'dealer
says b.has the W.L.Donglaf
LT DcLand No91 No89 No87 No8 No83 Hats from Shoes without name and price stamped 01
Complete. Nobby
Jnnction-7:50p 10:45p'2:45p 12:4Op8:50a i wherever you live,and the bottom, put him down as a frau '

Ar;DeLand-llK)5p 4:4p 3:00p 12:55p 9:05a we will ship you a first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the ....

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS a fine instrument ylltii., .
on fastidious. Valises and
At Deland No82 No84 No86 No88 No92 15 most Trunks, .rai+i: ,. ,
Junction.8:35a 12:15p 2:20p'4:15p 10:30p Days Test Trial in Hand Satchels, too low to quote. "::4 "
DeLand8:20a 12.-00p 2:05p 4:00p 10:10p your own home.
Trains 88 and 89 run daily, all others For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can-
duly except Sudday. ii
,808tl1 Florida Accommodation. CLOTHING 1 I not be excelled in the county.We p

No. 3. No. 6. earnestly ask an inspection of our
8 ?0'a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 45 p m
9 33 a m...Green Cove Spring..5 44 p m NO CASH REQUIRED Goods before buying elsewhere.J. .

10 2t: a m ...Palatka Junction 50 p m
10'35 a ...Palatka...4 45 p m Until both ways you hare if instrument tested and fails please Our in freight ei&hu.tyle. W. Rogers & Co.
1117 a m......M Huntington.. ......4 00 p m Hats ,price or quality. ,Ours the risk,yours only .
11 40am.Seville ...3 39 p m to give fair and full test, and buy if fully pleased. '
12 34 p'm... DeLand Junction ...2 43 p m ..,
12 48 p m.... Orange City June ...2 27 p m 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied &:< tN .

1 20 p m..Ar Sanford Lv.1 55 p m by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL
Daily between Jacksonville and Palatka;; Boots PLAN,first introduced in the South by us. Fair S. H. RAY
est method of sale possible,and a great benefit to
south'of Palatka. Xo.
daily except Sunday those at a distance who cannot visit our ware-rooms W. L. DOU'C'LMFthi1
3 connects At Palatka with Fla.Ho. By.

Jacksonville and Sanford Accommodation. ALL RISK SAVEDBy SHOE ORQe
Shoes this trial plan,and purchasers absolutely hU '
Best In the world. Examine
lured pe Instruments at the very lowest 85.00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
No.5 No. 78 possible cost. Selling only the best instruments 84.0O HAND-SEWED WELT 8HOE.+*J ,
.3 60 p m.Lv Jacksonville Ar.12 45 p m made,that will stand the most severe and 83.50 POLICE AND FARMERS SHOE.
comprehensive tests,we do not fear to send them out 82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE. '
544 -n..Green(3ove Sp png..JI, 40.a. m on trial and let them stand solely on their merits. 82.25 WORKINGMAN'S SHOE. "'
7 22 p m.PalatkaJunction.....10 45 a m All we ask is the privilege of shipping on ap- Merchandise 82.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES 'It
All made in Congress Button and Lace. ,
7 50 pjn...........Palatka.........10 40 a. m Perfumery Jewelry, proval. No suit,no pay. Our freights if we fall.
,8 b4 ]I.: ....;lIuritington........ 9 55 a m W. L. DOUCLAS ,
"x 22 p1 .........JaevDlel.Deland .... ... 9 37 a m S3 SHOE FOR t
.10 ?.- Junction..,. 8 49 a m From al'by correspondence. No matter whether STORE. LADIES. ;
10 55 p m..Orange City .run ... 9 25 am Cutlery you live either ten or a thousand.miles from ust 11 Beat cot sold your dealer Best Style.write Best Fitting ." ;
11 50 p m.......Ar Sanford Lv..... 8 05 a m perfect.We ship Prices to all Southern in plain print States.and Our alike system to W. L DOUGLAS. BUOCKTON. MASS
DV11.ucept Sued!}y One price'only No'more, no less. Large Examine W. L. Douglas' $2 Shoes for
l 1$ l' connects at Palatka Junction with Discounts from makers prices. AU competition Gentlemen. .
Southern Railway. Tin paid. met.Easy installments Complete outfits Every free.Inducement All freight that I, propose to keepPirstClass FOR SALE BY I

...ietA and Lake Eustis Railway. Crockery, any fair dealing house can offer. .
LEAVE ARRIVE Write for Valuable Information. A Stock ',.
JTo.113 No. Ill No. 110 No 112 Catalogues Circulars, SpecialFall Melbourne '.t R:0 .
'6:10 pm 4:30 a mSanfortL8:20 a 8:45 pm OfTers-1889. Copy of new m yY-
..27 pm '4:5H a m;.. .,7:59 a S:22 pm Wood and Paper Sharps and Flats- -OFGROCERIES- For Sale by '
6 50 p m 5:57 a m.Borrento..7:34 'a 7:40 pm ALL FREE. Address
6;M p m 6:17 a m.11t Dora.7:22 a 7:20 pm 0U. D. HENDRICKSON,
&16 p m 6:30 a ra.Tavares-7:10 a 7:00 pm L'lkeVortb, Fla. ,
'Daily except? Sunday. No. 113 connects I UDDEN & BATES
rt Sanford with West India Fast Mail. No. Willow Ware THE INTERNATIONAL '
110 connects at Sanford with Jacksonville L HOUSE

i and North.Sanford- accommodation- for points SOUTHERN MUSIC ,. TTPEWEITEE !

Indian River Express.
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100'T'o.27 p. m-Lv.Jacksonville. Ar-12 No.45 p 78 m MY SON DRY GOODS

2 40 p m..Palatka Junction. 45 p m FERTILIZERS ,
"Deal with the men who advertise. You
3 48 .Palatka.10 40 m
p m p "
will never lose by it. -BEN. FRANKLIN.
3 12 p m.-Seville. 9 37 p m .
4 20 ni..DeLand Junction... 8 40 p m Q- Write L. &B.S. M.H.about it. 3SlierifPa l NOTIONS

4 5Tpm..i..Enterprise......... 8 04pm ETC.,
6 50 p m-.Ar Titusville Lv... 6 00 a m .
Daily except Sunday. Steamers leave Ti- Dions' ladies' & Chihlrens'SaOES. '
taiTlUe daily except Sunday,for all pointsto I have added a Complete Line of \ N = 6'r Z yM

Indian RIver as far south as Melbourne
at 6.00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne :
Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays at 5:00 .
a m for all points south as far as Jupiter, FURNITURE t It i_ hjnb+ar

'. connecting then with stage for Juno and aU ALSOCROCKERY A strictly first-class machine. Fully J

fending*on Lake Worth. Sale. warranted. Made from very best, material -
Under and virtue of execution skilled workmen. and
Halifax River'Express. by GLASSWARE ,by with the
f MATTRESSES, BEDS, issued out of the Circuit Court for the best tools that have ever been devised '
No. 27 No 78 Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, for for the purpose.Varranted to do all ,
lOOp nu.Lv Jacksonville Ar-12 45 p m BEDDING, ETC. Brevard county, upon a judgment lately that can be reasonably expected of the
,2 42 p m....Ar Palatka Lv...-10 40 p m recovered in said court by Annie K. HARDWARE very best typewriter extant. Capableof
r 3,00 p m_...Lv Palatka Ar.-- 35 p m I am Agent for the Celebrated Hogg, a free dealer, against: D. P. Smith writing 150 words per minute-or
lOOp m..Ormond.......... 6 25 p m as administrator of the estate of Frank AND more.-according to, the ability of the _
6 2b p m..Ar Daytona Lv..... 6 00 a m Bangor Orange Box. Smith, deceased, to be satisfied out of the operator. y
Daily except Sunday., assets of said estate in the hands of said Price, $100.00.
For additional ti mes at stations not named Can supply them in car lots or less on administrator, I have levied upon and Ship Chandlery Goods. It there is no agent in your town, address ,

bore, and fof jeneral information, apply short notice Terms made. will sell at public outcry, in front of the the manufacturers,
at ofce.Tickets
city ticket No. Courthouse door, at Titusville, in said i TIlE PARISH MFG. CO., .
on sale at CityTicket Office, Will also carry the Double Dressed '
thefirst in November These will be the main features of
countyon my Agents Wanted. PARISH. N. Y.
West street and at Union depot.J.
.A. LAKNERD Bay G. D.ACKERLY, Vegetable Crate, the best made. A. D. 1889, between the hours of 11 a. m. business, but orders sent me for any.
Pass. : and 3 p. m., the following-described real thing kept in any store in Titus-
Supt. Orange Wraps, Vegetable Paper.ETC. i of Frank ville will be filled. FREE ,
the estate
F.JACK, General 7f anager.,.' estate, belonging to promptly WRITING FREE. First-
Smith, deceased, in the hands of his ad- class facilities and best teachers.. Address -
ministrator, to-wit: with for return ,
GIn E. CHASE. A. G. CHAPPELL. I am Agent for the Lot one section three, township thirty Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens THE stamp PARISH MFG.postage CO., l

lrf QEO.: E. CHASE & CO. south, range thirty-eight east, containing ,, Parish, N.: Y.' 4.
Bradly FertilizersAND forty-five and one-half acres. Also lot

four, section thirty-four, township twen- Or any Country Produce my customersor NOTICE. *" s.
SHIP ty-nine south, range thirty-eight east friends may bring .
CIIANDLERYIWARE D MEAL. containing sixty-four and one-half acres. I to market.I LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE,FLA.,\
COTTONComPlets Also the northeast of the north- Oct. 26th 1SS9 / 4
Stock of these quarter Notice is hereby given that the follow
v f west quarter of section three, township ask for a share of the public patronage ing-named settler has flIed notice of his
fire RigiIllJ' Goods. thirty south, range thirty-eight east, con- and come as a supplicant, not a intention to make final proof in support \
Pitft Lets pie lot four
Quick Sales and Small Profits is my taining forty-eight acres. die tator, asking for your favors.If of his claim. and that said proof will be
i mum EUBBBRS.! section ten, township thirty-five south, courteous treatment,good made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit
peat, Motto. range :forty east, containing sixty-four goods and low figures is Court at TitusvIlle. Fla., on Decemtier
for Devoe k Co.'s Paints, Tule Write for prices or Call on me before and sixty hundredths acres. the candidate, for 20th, 1889 viz: Alexander Forester, of
rAleit ( Tent & Awning Co., placing orders. JAMES E. BOWMAX., public favor, Titusville, Fla.. Hd. No. 10240. for the o-
;'' ;your Sheriff Brevard Co. then Fmelected. lot 1, Sec. 1, Tp. 20. S. of R. 35 E. >.
} BOBBINS & GRAHAM, He names the following witnesses to "
1104 6XAB0F.. ALL KINDS.wrespondence Attorneys for plaintiff 24 prove' his continuous residence upon,
Solicited. Telephone Yours'ReSpectfully The above sale has been postponed until Agent for Chattanooga,Plow Co., and cultivation of said land,-vis: ,
i ,- the second day of December,.1889, Chilled Plows ana SugarCane Brock Revels,of Titusville, Fla.; Henry '
I the same being the first Monday in the Futeh of Shiloh. Fla.; Butler Camp! .'

N08. 88 ,go.90, JE. ,Say. ,.' St., G-EO.. B. RUMPH: first Monday in the month.J. Mills. be11.GeorgeHunt.. ALEXANDER of Hwlover LYNCH Fla.,.*'"*..., ''' J4. (
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.., THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY NOV. 28, 1889. .t 'If

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;:I J. '. VICINITY ITEMS.Xa Mr. Smith has just returned' from a Land and Groves for Sale., TO THE PEOPLE OF INDIAN

", trip to Miami and is now engaged. in Having three places on and near: the RIVER.i

; Grange. laying out an extensive winter garden.Mr. Indian River, I will sell any two of themin i i

l t, / Aaron Cleveland, of Merritt was in C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, was order to better improve the other. Stop I and let us reason together a little while before Christmas. It is l wdl-

town last week. down here on a visit a short while ago, They are as follows: 12J acres on Mer-. known fact that every family in this section spends from Fivr to Fifty Dolltn

There is considerable excitemept about and was so well pleased with the lay of ritt's Island, quarter of a mile south of every Christmas tor presents-Toys, "Santa Claus," &c., Ac.-for which you pay .

_ r moving the depot. the land he found that we learn he has miles Merritt northwest postoffice of, $600 Titusville; 10 ,acres with, two 500 the merchant from 100 to 500 per cent, according to his conscience and the ICU 'I1

We are always glad to see those from purchased a half section on the North six-year-old orange trees, in good condi- of the goods on this market. And you all like it-everyone of you. You like to

*" neighboring settlements at our meetings, Fork. I tion, ocCupying almost half of the feel and fay "I spent ten dollars or I spent thirty dollars on the children Christmas -

; 4 4? and wish they would come of tener.Bev. Messrs. Stypman Bros. and Hars are, II I ground mile north, $2,500 of LaGrange; 10 acres postoffice, quarter, of with a ," without stopping to ask yourself: "Whas did I GET for that ten or thirty dollars

Chas. Temple Addressed the people we understand, realizing excellent returns 500 twelve-year-old orange trees, in fine f In ten days the only thing you can show for it is a few one-armed or bald-

of LaGrange last Sunday and agreed from some late shipments of pine- condition, occupying about half of the headed dolls, a tin-whistle that won't blow and a few scraps of broken toy tad a
,. *rfto meet them again the next Sabbath. apples they have made, and expect to 10 acres, with a good crop of fruit. This
small ? doctorfs' bill.
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last is the north half of the Kentuckygrove.
A crowd of people were out Sunday have several more crates to send up Address, Jerome Twichell, La- Now, it is good to do these things be charitable and make everybody happy
evening- to hear Mrs. TelfJrd speak but during the next two months. Grange, Fla. Christmas-but my proposition is this: Look around and see if you can't get tia
.because of same amount of toys, etc., for about half the usual money then take the amount o
had that pleasure deer and of all kindsare
to forego
Turkeys game Choice Orange Lands For Sale. saved and buy something useful. Just think this over and try it once and see how

r' .. her' illness. plentiful here, and in spite of the Three desirable tracts of high hammock much you come out ahead.
Mr. Feaster ("Uncle Jake'1), has given fact that a party of Indians from Lake land, located on east side of East

i' Andrew Froscher the contract for his Okeechobee have been "doing the coun- Indian Riyer. Tract No. 1 contains THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAE.O" .
Work will be commenced 56 38-100 with frontage of halfa
try" pretty thoroughly during the past acres, a
nmmediately. month, afford abundant sport and fresh mile on the river, about eighteen acres P.. TIJRNE: ropr1.e'to
cleared, a bearing grove and nursery of
The many ,acquaintances of Willie meat to those who care for gunning.The large trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74-

Mims were glad to see his pleasant face first ball ever given on St. Lucie 100 acres, with a frontage of fiveeighthsof

once more, but sorry to learn his stay River took place at Capt. Hogg's residence a mile on the river, about six acres GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. H. ROLLI58L
short. cleared, a small grove and many trees in I Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. Notary Public
i was so last Friday night and was a most bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78.100 b LcpinsREAL
.. No pupil of school No.1 has averaged successful prelude to a series of similar acres, with a frontage of one-fourth of a R.obbinJEGrham ,

'under 96 in recitations the past week, entertainments promised us in the near mile on the river, which is about four ESTA.TE DEALERS, :

P. and the following have been perfect in future. Dancing commenced at 7 p. m. miles in width. These lands are not un ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD k EXt.'JI.\NGEa; ;

A grade: Elbert Froscher,Coleman Mendel and was continued almost without inter- derlaid with would rock.plant No a grove.for wise man his of own experience Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co., .

Lc? Bessie Feaster, Carrie Mendel and mission, save for a short interval devotedto use on land so underlaid. Perfectly P. O. Box, 250,

: Janey Johnson. In grade,John Carlile, the discussion of a most excellent sup- healthy, free from fog, malaria and frost. TITUSVILLE BREVARD CO. FLORIDA.
Johnson Jerome Eight minutes walk from house to ocean ,
x Jakie Feaster, Bert per provided by the indefatigable and "Lat"

Feaster and Green Coats. In C Grade, experienced hostess, until after daybreak beach.For further particulars inquire of We Buy and Sell all kinds of Heal :Estate and are sole Agents for a large list ofcarefuUyseJectoo

Carrie Froscher, Julia Feaster, Sallie Saturday. Mrs. Hogg,determined to mer- Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
Feaster and Myers Froscher. The historical it the well-earned gratitude of our largely Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, agent, Georgian RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property

essays written every Friday by A celibate population, had thoughtfully na, Fla.Shiloh's on Indian River.
1. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are nnequalkd,
grade t have thus far been 100. In the provided a large contingent of ladies Catarrh Remedy positive cure for Catarrh and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchaser vlo
_U. spelling matches Bessie Feaster and Car- from Fort Pierce, so that all who could Diptberia.. and Canker Mouth. Sold by Dick may favor us with their patronage.No .
son & Ore Titusville, Fla. .
rie Mendel spelled the school down twice. dance were provided with partners, and ) ... Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
4 1. the The Rev. deo. H. Tltayer, of Bourbon, Ind, says: Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of knr-
> -We desire to call the attention of our bachelors aforesaid trust they are 'Both myself and wife owe our lives to Sbiloh's priced. lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
justified in believing that some of the Consumption Cure." Sold by Diction & Grey, Ti- I
river people to the advertisement of Geo. tuttville, Fla.
which fair visitors were as loath to leave our GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER & GRAHAM Secretary I
y E. Chase & Co., of Jacksonville, .
d' will be found on another page. This hitherto (socially), undiscovered countryas DBro- Tftrcl .4.1:>9119ao1i of Title Oo., I
the former were to part with them. A. D. 1889. \
of chandlery Incorporated
ti :, firm makes a specialty ship ROYAfa.t.wleHr
goods and boat rigging, paints and gear The music was good, the dancing room CAPITAL STOCK, $ftOOO ; FULLY PAID ; NON-.. SSESS.t.LJ:. )
ample and all arrangements calculated to
of all kinds. Anything you want to Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each *d> ,:
f complete your boat, send to them and promote the enjoyment of all participants dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, TU.,$348 t
: i as complete and satisfactory as ALfo 0asettmtrr for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding: transfer.
they can supply you. + t
4 f could be desired. The attendance was Taxes Paid for Non-Resldentg.

minis. large, and among many otners too nu- BST" For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry anti
Mrs. King, of Osteen, has been visiting meroua,o mention included Mrs. Brown, .0 annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against kw by Tax ii

:friends in Mims. of Orlando, daughter of the hostess, whois Sale. 12
Box 250 Titusville Fla.
i {ftjffiTwill Mims was a welcome visitorat on a visit to her parents. 1sz .

1x 1 his old home this week. LOTOS.Notice. .
*' 1. E. L. B: .A..D-Y-
; It Mrs. Carlyle has been spending a few ,


Mr. Beck, who has been ill, took a trip Gainesville Nov. 19, 1889. } .

to ;Jacksonville, and is much better. Four islands in Lake Worth, in sections -4KI TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,

We are sorry to say one of our young 15 and 22, township 42 south of Calls the attention of the people of Indian River to the Large and Complete Stock 0

men has had entirely "too much lip;" range 43 east, have recently been surveyed bf ..
w baseball. and official plats of survey thereof FA.NCY dJ:: STA.PDE G-a.CC ,
will be filed in this office on December GARDEN SEEDS AND\SEED POTATOES ,. 1
Mr. Roberts' lumber came from Titus-
e 23, 1889, at 9 o'clock a. m., at which POWDERAbsolutely Made a Specialty. e
ville in a box-car so tightly boxed he time the lands will be subject to entry Cotton Seed Meal always in stock; and being Agent for the Mapes and othet )
could not get it ?ut. brands of Fertilizers, can+deliver same direct from tfjje Manufacturers Aeener lid 3 a
Mr. China who has been at home quite under the public land laws of the United Pure. at their price. We also call the attention of the public to our NEW SHOE DJ:. ,::
States. ALEXANDER LYNCH,. PARTMENT, which is well stocked in Men's, 'Vm en' and Children' Shoes. Oar at
ill, is sufficiently recuperated to returnto Register. strength This powder and wbole never varies.omene.*.A marvel More economical of purity, stock of GRAIN, HAY & FEED, of all kinds, is the argent in this section. l}
business at lake Worth. % ___ than the ordinary kind and cannot be sold in com. Your orders are solicited, and any correspondence or quotation will be profflpV J :
Bazaar at Courtney.A petition with the multitude of low test abort weight ly attended to. \ 26
s The pupils of our school are preparing alum or phosphate powder Sold only in cans. __ '
Bazaar will be held at Courtney on Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall at.. New York. \ I
s: Thanksgiving exercises. We are It
Wednesday, Dec. 11th, opening at noon BOUGHT INDUS t
:, with'the interest they show in Second-Hand Buck-Board HAVING THE
in aid of the ,
purchase of an for the
their school work. Episcopal Church. The Bazaar will be In rood state of repair, for Sale, Cheap. THE BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD RIVER BAKERY j

Mr. Merrill, of Jfebraska, who recently held at the residence of H.J.Tiffin,Esq., Apply to We will Keep on Hand Every Day
purchased Mr. A. E. Barney's property FOR THE MONEY I
who has kindly donated a number of s. II. RAY, Titusville. Fla. 2mo f
here, arrived last week. He is now FRESH PUS
Christmas BREAD
down the B. L R, toys for the purchase of an J. MoA T .T .TSTER CAKES ,
taking a trip "
organ. Please look at these toys before EAU GALLIE, -ONL Y $20.55!!!!
The M. L Society held its meeting as purchasing elsewhere. All are cordially ETC ALSO
Is prepared to Sink ARTESIAN
announced. Although the evening number was' invited to attend. Refreshments servedat WELLS at any place between Geortriana ; ;; ; ??;, Bottlers of Sodaiiter G i*
not propitious, a goodly as- reasonable prices. and St. Lucie ; 75c. per foot to 300ft. ,
semjbled; and the programme was carried Will contract to any depth.J. cre For a 14K. Gold

v out in full. Several'new members were Note of Thanks. PRITCHABD,President Filled Open Face, Ale and other Drink
admitted and we have the promise of The Indian River Baptist Association 14.K. Stem Wind, ScrewBack fALL \

an ,interesting society. We hope for a returns thanks to the J., T. & K. W. W. M. DROWN,Cashier. and front case ORDERS RECEIVE FRO

: 'fitif good attendance. at our next meeting, Railway Co., the Indian River Steam with anELCIK

if which,will be Saturday. evening, November boat Co., the Grand View and Indian INDIAN RIVER BANK.Tltus.llIe ATTENTION.S. .

80th. River Hotej for their generosity in extending OR WALTHAHmorement. A. BELCHER & c nAIT,

There has been a gloom cast over our half-fare rates to the delegates of Florida.A .
the said body. Also Case warranted by PROPRIETORS
to the people of ,
whole community by the death of Dr.
Titusville for their GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN makers for XI yean. >>
? McCormick, who has spent so much of generous hospitality TITUSVILLE FLA.
extended to the .and SACTED. WATCHES sent ,
same ; especially to M
a his time here that he seemed like one of to
a. our citizens-always being interested in the Presbyterian Church and their pastor, Exchange bought and sold. Special and any point of the
the Rev. John prompt attention given to collections. Loans conntrywhere there -
every good work, and aiding not only Foy, for the use of the negotiated on first mortgage for Savings Is an Express Office .
church building during the session of Banks,Corporations and Individuals. Inter. NUKE ft
'3 but his words JACKSONVILLE
,financially by kindly eat allowed on time deposits. C. O. D.subject to
said body ; also the FLORIDA STAR,etc. Advances made upon available collateral.
loss each
y- encouragement. seems a to
Inspection beforepnrchaiingwhen
business dlscounted. a.rtL
order Approved pa De aless
By of the
4 of us, and yet we can but feel glad that River Association Drafts on all parts of Europe. :
this 23rd day of Business done Jacksonville rates. oaamsatA
%, after two years of intense suffering he is November 1889. Every favor,consistent with sound order Is aecompan .
E. H. SCOTT, Clerk of Association.D. banking, cheerfully extended. 8..jlI..a -
at rest. sympathy is with led by BOc. to pay
i t; the bereaved L. GAULDEN, Moderator. CORRESPONDENTS:Bank Jacksonville, r---
family. .Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National Express charges.
1. Bank,New York. 23 ..
v Ripples from St. Lncie River. Obituary.Dr. tt ire. 7r 7 Lawn l>trebk'

School was opened Waveland recently Henry McCormick died at the residence TITTJSvILLECOMMERCIAL The and a&ore has rat tcnmt ihewj btck \. ) .

i. and has proved a great boon to of Mr. H. Roberts, at Mims, last Grab tt er .....

the young people of the St. Lucie. Friday morning, at.4 o'clock. He was Write for an Illastrattd Catalogue. 3; .4 o,7Dsi1&lg .

p born near Harrisburg, Pa., graduated in '
Several new pineapple plantations have WM. H. SPECK JEWELER.Cor. ROSJ' '
medicine at the
University Pennsyl- -
been started here this year, the num- vtrs psat'Vat

ber of slips set out this season probably vania, and moved to Clinton, Iowa whilea Lemon and Front Sts, J4 -' sate X'.... ..
amounting to about 150,000. young man, where he practiced for 35 Institute. !.t I trGB 16M...
years. For two years he had suffered from FLORIDA IF -
Messrs. Bessey Bros., builders of such cancer of the breast-bone, brobably the Will Open for active work Monday, .

well-known racing yachts the Naiade, only case ever known to have existed, the 2nd day of December. All Students
b Rosalind and others, are now engaged on but his death desiring to enter this, the 1st Class, will 1 bAnd
is said to have been c. j-. :
a pain- : .
a 24-foot sloop,,St. Augustine model, forM less one. His body was embalmed and follows notify the: Principal at once. Terms as SEoT'9EHardware j lj

Tyndall ,and Dyer, of this River.
forwarded to Clinton the next day, the .,Foil Commercial Curse of Book-Kwpinp, and
41 Mr. Geo. Fultz, .of Cross Creeks plantation 23rd inst Deceased had spent many winters etc.Mathematic,'Including, Penmanship aud $00 00 dp-

having finished' setting out his in Florida and owned considerable Books,paper, pens Ink,etc..for same 8 50
pineapple slips, is now expecting Mr. real Penmanship complete coarse 6 00
Mims He was also Mathematics,per month 300 General Produce .. .p.
an kind ..
Fultz to arrive from their Payment to be made,cash on -ha1t down for ot .
; ST., place at brother of R..R..YcCormick' of anT I 111 fact ..--
.. Lake branch. Money for text books, copy books, etc., I u1tl11Dc: .1F1N. eest'
.Rockledge with a cargo of orange and Worth. The bereaved family have theheartfelt cub In full For farther particulars apply to -' ', 8tnns BeDCI. st....... s1'lyle ..-. .-' -

TM ,.:other trees which theywill plant 'at sympathies of his many friends E. H. SCOTT, 'ntusrille.Fla. MERCHANT. 01 goods you la aexd oL r ws frw+f.-
: I Ins t
Cross Creeks. in this section. r -; )tr..Scott win canTastf "the;county; ,,between this : ; : "* :"l'T basfaea.23L, taJopea. Ja dsteft- i ..
do and December Ut im. Melbourne. Florida!r
ti s *ura Jackson' ..

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