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:
December 19, 1889


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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


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LOCAL, LACONICS.DRY -Mr. F. W Munson, of Georgiana, -Mr. Walter Racey of New York, -Elegant Christmas goods in great -Standard novels, '8c. The Bazaar.Do 3

by a majority of, four was in town Friday.J. was in town last week. variety at Mrs. Scrimgeour's. not forget that .next Wednesday" ,"

-Mr. Ed. Magruder, of Rockledge, S. Watson & Co., have just received -Dr. G. W. Holmes, of City Point; -Missv Marie Eacott has been on a is Christmas Day. Y't'-t,.

was in town Thursday. a fine lot seed potatoes. was in town for a few days last week. visit to Sanford for a few days. -Another lot new crop Refugee Bean*.,. t. ;

-Mr. William Treutler, of Eau Gallie, -James R. Ragan, of Long Branch, -Seed potatoes; just received large Make known your wants to J. S. Seed just received at Geo. B. Rumph's.-

gave us a pleasant call to-day. registered at Indian River Hotel Thurs- lot of Early Rose seed potatoes at E. L. Watson & Co. Theirs are 19, and yours -Meet of the reading club to-night-at I

-Mr. R W. Gilpin, of Washington, day. Brady.J.. may outnumber theirs, and they can the residence of Mrs. Robbins. Vl5r ; 9 '

j). O, was in town Friday. -Our Xmas goods must go and we are S. Watson & Co. have on hand help you.t -Send to the Bazaar for chair bottoms
-Irs. W. H. Sharpe, of City Point, selling them at cost. Now is the time to two cars of vegetable crates. Don't fall -Horse, wagon, harness, cultivatorand before they are all gone-lOc. *

in town Thursday evening last.ChIldren's buy-Belcher & Screven. to see them before you buy.7Seyeral saddles,for sale cheap, for cash. Ad-
mi -Our old friend,Mr. C.H. Nauman,of

Goods in Wool ; Hoods, Messrs. John J. and R. B. LaRoche, building lots for sale either' dress, W. A. Ronald, Titusville. Clifton, spent a couple of days in town

Jacket: etc., at greatly reduced prices, of Courtney, were in town a couple of on the instalment plan or for cash. Apply -Mr. F. B. Sackett took a trip to his last week.

(1'10 Scrimgeour's.We days last week. to Mrs. M. E. Titus,Titusville. grove Saturday last. He reports his or-
at) -Buy your seed potatoes, garden
are pleased to chronicle the fact -Step in and select your Christmas -We have determined to sell the remainder ange crop as looking fine, and brought seeds and cottonseed meal of E. L.

that Mrs. Simonson ii able to get about presentsat Mrs. Scrimgeour's.. Full value of our Xmas goods at cost. Come quite a lot of fruit back with him. Brady. *

after her late illness. for your mon y. and buy before they are all gone-Belcher -To the ladies-When you can't be f
agaIn -Staple goods only at Mrs. Scrimeou.r's. -
into Mrs. & Screven. suited in the other stores just call on
-Step Scrimgeour's and seethe '
-The STAB may be obtained, every : Reasonable profits is her motto
Thursday, at Dixon & Gray's drug storeof neatest and prettiest dressed store in -Mrs. Jas. Williamson arrived here Mrs. Scrimgeour, where you can find in trade.

Titusville. from New York on Thursday last, and first-class goods and the right attention.
at Dr. Screven's, at 5c. per copy. -Save your furs and skins and send ". it
left for Micco next day. We were in- -Saturday evening's train which was
Money Money II Money II to ,
.Mr. T; P. Wallace, of Marion, Ohio, them to J. S. Watson & Co. They pay
loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & formed she is just out from England.The due here at 6:20, did not arriye until
the cash
and left highest price.
mired here Friday evening on I lv
Lucie for his Indian- Graham, Titusville, Fla. Indian River Hotel has been refurnished 4 a. m. Sunday ; and Sunday evening'strain ,'Y ,, -
steamer St. place at t '-The newsteamer. St. Sebastian, ii ;r
with new furniture, and Mra. did not put in an appearance until
-Mr. Gus Miller has received "an
old next morning. appointment charge of Captain Bravo, left: Wilmington
under the Indian River Sackett and a staff of hands have been 1:30 Monday morning.The .
for Indian River .
Millinery-Trimmed Hats, in Felt, yesterday.
Steamboat Company, and is now locatedat busily engaged placing everything in position. steamer Georgiana, due here on
&riw Velvet .etc., in variety. -Before sell call G.
great Jupiter. Saturday evening, did not arrive until you your furs on ,
' as they must be sold- Nolle. He will
Prices no object, pay prices to please you.
Mrs. wife of Mr.: 7:20 Sunday morning, in consequence of I
at Mrs. Scrimgeour's.Mr. -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, of Eau Opposite S. H. Ray's store.
in the Narrows ,
Gallie, will probably spend Christmasand Jesse Tucker, the mail carrier on Canav having run aground on IIessrs.
Chas. H. Watson, who left for the downward trip to Jupiter.Mrs. -:\ J. E. M. 'Hodgson, of Ban
New Year's Day at the Indian River eral route, died at her home in South
last week to obtain handsfor Gallie and John of
Jacksonville ; Aspinwall, Barry-
Hotel, Titusville.Mr. Titusville on Friday evening about 10 Tubbs, a young widow lady,
the steamers, returned here Thursday o'clock, and was buried next day. who Jias been connected with large dress town, N. Y.': gave us a pleasant call yes
J. R. Paxton of Princeton
tuning, having engaged fifteen or more. .
goods establishments in Tampa and Bar-
M. D. has been spending a few days in -Mrs. M. Goldsmith had a narrow escape : terday.Mr. .
Mr. S. Sncar the Indian River R. H. Enos and, daughter, of
photographer town from serious injury on Sunday tow, is now engaged by Mr. Geo. B. i
on a hunting expedition makingthe
of Cocoa who has been Lit- Kaukakee Ills. arrived in town
at Grand View his headquarters.Mr. evening, having fallen down the stair- Rumph to superintend his ladies' dress I Tuesday'
N. Y. since arrived Mr. Enos is brother of Dr.
tle Falls, August, case. She had a great shock to her system goods department. evening. a

here Thursday and left for home Saturday and Mrs. A. Becker, of Montreal as well as a few unpleasant bruises. -l\Ir. A. C. Gardner-with the assistance -, Enos, on the lower river, for which placehe

morning. Canada, arrived in town Friday and took the steamer yesterday.Mr. .'
of his son Charles-is busily engaged -
left for City Point next morning, at -Mr. John Thompkins, nephew of our i
-M. B. Bunnell, brick-layer and sheriff Mr. James Bowman is painting his residence on the river J. E. Kennedy, general auditorof
which their worthy on
place they usually spend
plasterer, is prepared to take contracts a visit to Indian River. He is a residentof bank. Already it is showing signs of the J., T. & K. W. Railway,'accom

anywhere on Indian River. Address winters.We Florence Station Tenn. where Mr. the masterly hands who are at work oa panied by his wife, and Mrs. J. O.
ill communications to Titusville, Florida. are pleased quite a
29 of Rev. A. T. Sharpe, who has been seriously the river. Holloway. registered at the Grand View

ill at Kansas City, is now out of living. : -
-1. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the Sams in -Rev. A. T. Sharpe will hold divine Tuesday.On
-County Superintendent was
danger. It is pretty certain she will be
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida of the end of last 'Service at the Episcopal Church Sunday Friday afternoon last the'yacht
unable to come to Titusville this winter, town a couple days
,is now operatingat Lake Worth, Fla., owing to her severe illness. week. He was, among other things, morning next: at 11 o'clock, and in the designed and constructed by Capt. H.* 'i

there all communications may be addressed looking after for the Episcopal evening at 7. This gentleman is getting Q. Hawley, which is on a different principle ;
-Mr. A. V. A. Winans,of Eden, came organ his to sailboat on Indian River,
and information received.Mr. Church at Courtney, the money for the quite a reputation on our river for any
up on steamer Georgiana Sunday morning launched with eclat. She is
superior oratorical and has madea was great 1.1
E. J. Burns, of Ansonia, Conn., same, we understand, having been collected powers
He left for Jacksonville, Monday, number of warm friends since he sloop-rigged, with the, following dimensions
hat the held last
bought two opposite Presby- at a bazaar at Courtney *
terian Church which he will erect to meet his wife, who was on her way week. "' I, has been here.Another : Length, 21ft. ; breadth, lift.; 1'
on a
down from New York. They will, probably arrival. Rumor dead rise, 9*in.; cabin, 12fkxllft; height \, i'
residence and make other spread
improvements. remain in Jacksonville for a few -We wish to draw our readers' at- '
of cabin 6ft. 6in. She carries 100 yardsof
He will engage in the fish and oyster tention to the advertisement of Geo E. around town last week that Dr. Wilsonwas
days ere they return to den. with 87 mainsail
canvas topsail,
Itaicesfl.Mias. presented with a gift that many.of -j'
Chase & Co. of Jacksonville 7.
page and This is of the
-Messrs. H. C. Stark and J.T. Bassett, inhabitants have and others would feel gib. one most com-
Annie Stanford, who arrived It is a most reliable house, and anyonein fortable boats of its size the river.
of Malabar, arrive proud Upon inquiry we
her couple of weeks ago, on a visit to want of patent logs, wire rope rigging She is be" fitted with all the
witnesses in the proving up of the home- up
Mrs. Wilson had been
Ur.and Mrs. Miller of theGrand View ladders hardware delivered Sunday conv&t't'
fishing ,
spruce gear niences for comfort
stead of Mr. Charles Bolton of the above last of and necessary ; ,
1111 the likes Titusville so well that she I etc., would do well to give Messrs. Chase morning a bouncing pretty though the principat'object..of the builderwas
taken before Mr.
Testimony was
place. bady girl, and now our worthy is ,
don't think she will return to Georgia & Co. a trial.
and comfort ber i"
A. A. Stewart, at the Court-house, Tues- in ecstacy over the auspicious event. room ; sailing qualities

till winter. day. Mr. Starck reports his cigar business Messrs. Wetmore and Gladwin have Dame Rumor says we must have a baby have surprised all but her owner,

-Oar residents would do well to view I as being in a flourishing condition.Mrs. purchased thirteen lots of :Mrs. :M. E. TI- show New Year's Eve. We think it a who says, that with a stiff breeze, she I f

the large, varied and superior stock of tus on the west edge of town. Both these will show her heels to Mr. R B. Wager'sfast
rented the Titus little
Deisner has premature, as we predict a couplemore
Christmas and New Year's presents in gentlemen are mechanics of ability and yacht, Naiade. Although we had 4
building just south of and next door to arrivals at no great distant date. '
the various stores in town, which is the considerable experience, and will erectan the pleasure of a trip in her the first of
din- We have interviewed each in
the bakery and has fitted it up as a baby town,
largest and best collection of goods ever'I ice factory. They will use the most: the week, in company'with CaptaiTand ,
ing-room in connection with her restaurant and we are of opinion that the prettiestand
wen in Titumlle or anywhere on Indian business for the better convenienceof improved machinery in the manufactureof best is that owned by Mrs. and Mrs. Hawley, Mr. and Mrsl J. G. 4

Bin ice, therefore our townspeople may Grant, Mrs. Villeret; Messrs. Watson
her patrons. She} proposes, also, to Well, we will leave someone else to adjudicate -

I -Oar chief editor," Mr. E. B. Wager, keep oysters on hand, which will be servedin feel assured that a long-felt want will on this most important matter. Lichty, Gaines, etc., we cannot coincide t tvith

left for soon be supplied, and we hope such an \ the owner's opinion of her speed, ,
McRae the
Georgia, on all styles to those! who wish to tickle + -We learn that the Alabama, Florida
train lit. enterprise will be well patronized by the and we are willing to stake $100 against.
last t
Saturday morning on a their palates with the delicious bivalves. and Atlantic Railway, to be built by '
Important business leaving Mr. C. H. residents of the Indian River country.Mr. $50 that our chief editor's yacht,Naiade, '. *
There will be two Christmas trees at some English capitalists at a cost of
Walton to occupy the editorial chair and Jerome Twichell, of Kansas will beat Captain Hawlejrs new yacht 111
the Presbyterian Ohurch next Tuesday $10,000,000, has been graded within a
I to take charge of the job departmentof City, Mo., arrived here on Saturday even- Mutual Life. Capt. Hawley is agent for
evening one for the Sabbath School, the few miles of Eustis and a short distanceof '
the STAR office. Particulars of his ing, and is staying with his sister, Mrs. the Mutual Life Insurance fCo., in whose
other for the community at large. Thofc Clay Springs. This line will be one
Mr. Twichell interest he intends to run his boat. '
will Feaster at
trip found 4. LaGrange.
bfr ,
onpage having presents are requested to bring of the most important in Florida when
here all the winter and Mrs. -Another citizen of Indian River hasp
remains ,
R. started for
CtpL P. Some have idea
them as early as possible Tuesday after- completed. people an .
Jacksonville Monday, to get his place in noon so the committee will have due Twichell-who will stay at St. Louis fora that it will enter Indian River at Eau passed to his peaceful repose. Capt. J ;

order for the forthcoming Sub-Tropical time to them. All are requestedto fortnight on her way down-is expected Gallie, which is, undoubtedly an excel- F. Reed breathed his last about
arrange '
to arrive in Titusville in about a o'clock last Saturday morning, a fiTe't t
Exposition. With
the Captain's well- bring their presents for their friendsd lent site for a railway, but we are under

[' known energetic spirit to back him, we have them placed on the tree and month. No doubt their many friends in the impression that the line is projectedto from that dread disease, cancer,
late a this section will give both Mr. and Mrs. had been of several years' standing. Af
no doubt he will make a display share in the enjoyment of the evening. Rockledge. It is said this line will ,

*ell worthy of,the county he represents. All are invited to be present to have a Twichell a hearty welcome. We ack- extend for 600 miles through the richest ter the trouble had been pronounced cancer -

He nowledge a pleasant call from the above and the on the lip, about two years ago, he
returned again Tuesdayeyening. pleasant social Christmas gathering.Mr. and best portion of the State,
gentleman.We did everything possible to prevent its J
has secured the old Gordon
Capt. and Mrs. Ord three daughters naturalist
C.B.Corey,a well-known and several months'treat. "
end little Canada note that Postmaster Scrimgeour charter, and with it 3,000,000 acres of ravages, even
boy, of Toronto, arrived of Boston, accompanied by his wife
under in Ohio
ment a specialist only
has been improving the appearance of rich land, which will be opened to J'
at the Grand View on Saturday.
and child, arrived in town Tuesday evening of
steamer his land around the postoffice, which we settlers. That the Indian River countryhas proved temporary benefiUiCaptain :f1
ey.lef t York on the Clyde and left yesterday for his winter
pleased to see. His large tropical- and Reed and family were amos>g ,the first
Yttnasaee in Jacksonville on are a great prosperous future beforeit
arriving the beach near Pepper
home on ocean been
settlers in section hereabout
looking banana plants Washington we have no doujat. The president of Jbhis having ,
&tiirday. Mr. W. B. Ord of CityIOlntame remain
Haulover, where they expect to
twelve Most of his time
to his father mother, avenue have been very much admired by: the above railway is Dr. J. O. Bronson, years. "
up three or four weeks. Mrs. Corey's nurse-
miters and brother and all left for visitors from the north, and we hope he of Indian Springs, Lake county. here was spent in farming on the Deles- ,.
they maid was left behind at Jacksonville, '
pine Grant, where his home is situated
their winter home on steamer Georgianat suffering from a bad cold. Mr. Corey will still, go on improving, and make his -Ir. and Mrs. J. G. Grant, who ar about two miles below our town limits.,

three place as attractive as he possibly can. rived the Indian 'River Hotel from
o'clock Sunday afternoon. has had a side-wheel steamer built at ,
It must be taken for granted that to Mrs. Three years ago he commenced dealing tin
-'We must remind our.readers of the specially for the use of himself, family North Carolina, Monday week, on their groceries and provisions in town, which
credit is due for the improved -
bet that our Christmas attractions this and friends; it is 31ft., long, 15ft. wedding tour, are still in town, and have he followed for little over a year. He.

J**will supercedo anything attempted wide, and draws about nine inches of the appearance of of things the in generalin made quite a few friends since they have was a man known especially for his kind
neighborhood postoffice.Mr.
in Titusville The Christmas trees water, understand.. It is expectedhere been here. As a pianist Mrs. Grant is heart and genial disposition toward everyone .. '
lad sand Mrs. D. S. Hutchinson, quite an acquisition. We may here re
ringing of carols at the Presbyterian this week. and although unfortunately, he became
&nrch Miss Helen M. Hutchinson, ,Mrs. Haw- mark-as our residents take interestin
the church met in great
on Christmas eve; -Quite a large hunting party embarrassed in his mercantile_ relations

rricc: and singing of some beautiful Addison Hammock on Saturday last for ley's little daughter, Jennie, and Dr. R. marriages-that Mr. Grant was mar he was an honest man and acted .

-**t at the Episcopal Church- on Christ-- the purpose of a bear bunt. Trails'were C. Hutchinson, arrived e on ,Monday ried to Miss Hessie McCurry on Wednes- squarely with, his creditors. The funeral

"*night School Christmas made at several points in the hammock, afternoon's train. Mr. ,Hutchinson'smany evening, Dec. 4th, at the residence of the
; the Sunday and by seven clock a. m. each hunterwas friends were glad to welcome him bride's father, at Marion, N. C., the Rev. services were held at,his residence,Friday "

-a iterward at the store>> on Washing- in his' allotted position, which was back again, ,and many a genuine "Old Mr..Landrum officiating. Only a few of at 11 o'clock.a. m., with interment

:-arenue, kind ylent'for the occasion held for several hours. Some folks in Lang Syne' shake of the hand did he re their most intimate friends were invited. at La Grange cemetery in the afternoon,

*? ld m.H. E. Titus; various attractions town said it was a "bare" hunt,but such ceive. He is a gentleman of considerable We learn that Mrs.-Grant is highly res'pected Rev. John Foy officiating.: Ho leaves a

.at e'1r stores Christmas dinner at was not the case, for the Result was the energy, and it will not be long ere his in Marion, and she is the daughterof !

mver rgrand Hotel boa each, for our killing of two large wild hogs and the par- hotel is finished. Dr. Hutchinson, we one of Marion's well-known citizensMr. wife,J a grown, SOD H, ,..Fonda' Reed, ark'JfI"another

enb in at and neighborhood; row escape from an untimely end-of two understand, was the, State physician at : J.,C. McCur Mr. Grant is a large child. The family have oarsicere !' :

r probably town at the Grand View also or three bears-Capt.. Sharpe, 'we were Trenton,and,is thoroughly qualified as. a real ,estate dealer, and is one .of the sympathies for the lost hut **4

?BI,\ ngisg, and social. parties will informed, missing one at no very'long doctor of medicine. He, graduated at most popular young gentleman,in the parent. Deceased way M years of .

'r 11III.- '- HBporUKit features of the coming range' "'Titnsville' ,was represented byIsaws. University Hospital, Philadelphia, and above 4own. The STAB wishes them. along v

.,Stl Je eEa80n. } Hersey, Atkinson and.Sanders. has been in ,practice- ".'!It about- ten years.- fc ', life. of prosperity and happiness. Goneuirud 011 Page 8., a .

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. j, THEFLOBDA: STAR, THURSDAY, DEC.. 19, 1889. ,.,::. '

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tam 4
f !' !; :;s. Ca t.'W. Gordon STcCaBeamT Revs $100 Reward. ip
In honor of ex-President Davis was not by P '
touching and beautiful but'was J. W. Rosebro, R. A. Goodwin, R. R The readers of the STAB will be p leased :; fUtWants
JEFF JAVIS) BURIED. 'only Acree and J. F. ,Twitty. to learn that there is at least one dread
occasion of
never surpassed by any disease that science has been able to cure 4

mourning for the nation's distinguisheddead. Ceremonies at Colnmbns, Ga in all its stages, and that is CatarrlHall's -

The streets in every directionwere COLUMBUS, Ga., Dec. lS.-All businesswas Catarrh Cure is the only posItivecure

".. /The,South Reverently Honors Its hung with crape and business was suspended and the schools were known to the medical fraternity. -0J. --

Leader. build- closed. Memorial'services in honor of Catarrh being a constitutional disease,
Departed The flags on public
Jefferson Davis were held at the Pres- requires a constitutional treatment.
in'the harbor
and on the shipping
ings were half masted. Towards noon the byterian church. An immense crowd Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally J.S.WATSON&GOJFOMARDIHG
attended. The bells were tolled throughout the blood and
.. 1CEMOEIAL( SEBVIOES EVEBYWHEBEL bells of this city and Portsmouth were acting directly upon
tolled. the city and general mourning pre- mucus surfaces of the system, thereby
.. .;, or
The Confederate camps and military vailed. destroying the foundation
]"Imposing Funeral Cortege, Both in companies and Mexican veterans assembled the disease and giving the patient

0& :Number* and Ceremonial-Bishop Gal- at their respective armories and Services In Tennessee. strength by building up the constitution
.' NASHVILLE,Tenn., Dec.13.-Memorial and assisting nature in doing its work.
JLeber's, Eloquent Funeral Oration. marched to the Academy of Music,
of Jefferson Davi
services in honor
have much faith in
The proprietors so
... Ceremonies at; the Grave-The '. Day where'the meeting was were held in this city, and in every
offer One
its curative they
Thousands: of people assembled. The powers
'; Universally Observed Throughout;- the public schools gave a holiday and the town and hamlet in middle and west Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails AND (COMMISSIOIMERCHANrSJ
Tennessee. Business was generally suspended -
q,.South by Suspension of Dulne.aDd children >f the city wore badges and and a great many buildingswere to cure. Send for list of testimonials.

Memorial Service were given seats in the Academy. AddressF.
The meeting in Portsmouth was held draped. J. CHENY & Co.. Toledo, O.

NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 13.-By universalrequest in the :Monumental church.and largely At Danville, Va. "Sold by druggists 75c. 29.

Jefferson ,Davis was given a attended. DANVILLE, Va., Dec. 13.-Memoria .
funeral full accord with his superior services were held here in the Academj Are you made miserable by indigestion<<: Constipation -
Rattle Flags at Charleston. Diziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin
Tank as military officer, in addition .to CHARLESTON, S. C.. Dec. 13.Therenever of Music at the hour announced for the Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick .
funeral of Jefferson Davis. Large k Titnsville, Fla.Rheumatism .
son Grey,
which numerous civic and other organ- has been such a demonstration in crowds were present and conservativeand ,

izations combined to render the. cortege Charleston as there was yesterday, since patriotic addresses'were made by and Catarrh. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

ia all respects most imposing, not only the cember raising, 1860 of,in the celebration Liberty of pole the in seces-De- several distinguished speakers.At Rheumatism and catarrh are both blood

with reference to numbers but in the sion of the state. Business was entirely diseases. In'many cases they have yielded -:o:-

pomp and circumstance of its elaborate suspended from 12 to 4 p. m.. and the Onancock, Va. to treatment with B. B. B. (Botanic WE WANT

ceremonial. entire white population turned out at ONANOOCK, Va., Dec. 13.Serviceswere Blood Balm), made by Blood Balm Co.,
Grand house where the held in the city hall in memory of Atlanta Ga. Write for book of convincing -
the me-
The obsequies, which were according opera |
the late Jefferson Davis. The public THE CONFIDENCE OF THE
to the ritual of the Episcopal church. morial services were held. Thousandsof proofs. Sent free.R. PHffi

were conducted by Bishop Galleher, assisted men, women and children were schools and many business places were P. Dodge Atlanta Ga., says: "My

by five officiating clergymen of i turned away, being unable to gain en- closed. Similar services were held in wife had catarrh and nothing her any WE WANT j
various denominations as follows. trance. These repaired to Marion square all the towns on the eastern shore. good. Her constitution finally failed and

j :, Father Hubert, Rev. Mr. Thompson,Mr. where two artillery companies were engaged --,----- poison got into her blood. I placed heron You to be sure to Come and See Us

Davis; rector at Biloxi, Miss.; Kev. Dr. in firing minute guns. All the A NEW DIRECTOR. a use of B. B. B.. and to my surpriseher When you come to town.

Markham, Rev. Mr. Blakewell and Rev. i iJrIr. business houses and public buildings except recovery was rapid and complete. .

Martin. the postoffice and custom house The Pennsylvania Railroad Elects a sage W. P. McDauiel. Atlanta Ga., writes: WE WANTTo

The day's'programme: was carried out were draped in mourning and Confed- asov to Mr. Thaw. "I was much emaciated and had rheumatism -

as outlined. in these dispatches yester- erate, national and state flags were displayed PHILADELPHIA, Dee. 13.-At a meet- so bad I could not get along Talk to You.
.S day. at half mast on four-fifths of thebuildings the without crutches, I also had neuralgia
of directors
ing of the board of I
i The Funeral Sermon. Q in this city. A notable feature in the head. First class physicians did \VE WANT

Bishop Galleher delivered a feeling of the decorations at the Grand Pennsylvania Railroad company Mrs me no good. Then 1 tried B. B. B., audits
house was the display of Confederate William H. Barnes of Philadelphia To Work With You. j
tribute to the dead, which visibly affected opera effects were magical. I cheerfully recommend -
the large gathering present. Hespoke battle flags, many of which had was unanimously elected a director to it as a good tonic and quickcure.
the for WE WANTTo
not seen light nearly thirty "
as follows: fill the vacancy caused by the death of .

"When we utter our prayers to-day for those .years. Mr. William Thaw, of Pittsburg.Mr. Mrs. Ma'tilda Nichols, Knoxville Post You Qn the Market

who are distressed in mind when we lift our Mr. Davis' Old Church at Richmond. Barnes first entered the service of Tenn., writes: .'1 had catarrh six years

petitions to the Most Merciful and ask a benediction RICHMOND, Va., Dec. 13.-In St. the Pennsylvania Railroad company in and a most distressing cough, and my WE WANT
the desolate remember that '
on we
Paul's Episcopal church where Davisworshiped March, 1848, as chairman on the surveys eyes were much swollen. Five bottles of
'houehold'above others is be- '
o one reaved and that hearts closely knitted bitterly to our the old pastor, Dr. Minne- of the western division afterwards : B. B. B., thank God cured me." To Ship For You and See to Your,: 'p-

own are deeply distressed. For the master of gonde, preached a masterly sermon, filling the position of assistant engineer. I John M. M. Davis,Tyler, Tex., writes: menU here. j
Beauvolr lies dead under the drooping flag of giving details- not heretofore known in From 1857 to 1863 he occupied successively .'1 was subject a number of years to

f the saddened city; the light of his dwelling regard to the deceased. Dr. Minne- the positions of assistant superin- spells of inflamatory rheumatism which WE WANT 1 1To

has gone out and left it lonely for all days to .gonde was Davis' chaplain. The churchwas tendent, secretary and comptroller of six bottles of B. B. B., thank heaven

come. packed. Dr. Howe delivered an the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago has entirely cured. I have not felt the either Buy or Handle moat of tie '
Surely we grieve with those who weep the oration in the Presbyterian church. An railway. From 1863 to 1871 he was in slightest pain since." 29 Fruit and Produce ot: this section
tears and trouble and there
of homely pain
immense audience was present. The the service of the Union Railroad and
j is not a sigh of the gulf breeze that swings the of the country. j
Baptist joint meeting was addressed by Transportation company and Empire
-swinging moss on the cypress trees sheltering For Dyspdpeta and Complaint yon have
their homes but finds an answer in our own Drs. Landrum, Hatcher and Goodwin.The Transportation company; from Apnl, printed guarantee on every*bottle of Shiloh's VI.
burdened breathing.Wo church was crowded. There was a 1871, to Feb. 1883,he was a director and talizer. It never fails to cure. Sold by Ditksou & WE WANT !

recall with sweet sympathy the wifely large attendance at the Hebrew syna- treasurer of the Pennsylvania company. Grey,Titnsville Fla. You to Know if we cannot Bay Your
woo that'can be measured only'by the sacred gogue. At the Methodist mass meeting Mr. Barnes is at this time a director of ,
depths of wifely devotion; and our'hearts go several fine addresses were, delivered. the Pennsylvania company" and of the Catarrh A Xasal: Remedy.Injector Price free with 50 cents.each bottle Sold by of Dickson ShIloh' Products, We Can Ship it for You.

traveling across the heaving Atlantic seas to In the legislature speeches were made Pittsburg, Cincinnati ana St. Louis &Grey, Titasviile Fla.
meet and comfort if we might the child who by'several members. Howitzers and Railway company and Chicago, St. WE WANT I
shall for not be able to
coming home
minute guns were fired all day public Louis and Pittsburg Railroad company. "Hackmetack," a lasting and fra\ rent perfume.
all the'eweet of the
bring splendors sunshine buildings and private residences were Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold br DitksoD . t with her. ,Let us bend with the stricken Tirnsville, FlaASTHMA,
household and pay the tribute of our tears. draped and flags at half mast THE MARKETS. ? distributing:point for the Products

4' And then,' acknowledging the stress and "'" :;:D '
of the river and.sell our
eurge of a people's sorrow,say that the stately Randolph Tucker's Masterpiece.: Prices on the Stock, Produce and Petra CAt! BE CURED. ,
*tree of our southern wood planted in power LEXINGTON. Va., Dec. 13.-Not since leum .Exchanges. A trial bottle "Iltl""OO to Products Jiere.
nourished in kindly dews branching in brave anyone Dn..TA.FTBIW.P.0che6terN' Y.SALESMEN .
the burial of Gen. Robert E. Lee has this PHILADELPHIA Dec. 1L-The market was
luxuriance uprooted. andscarred' by maay storms lies* community been so deeply moved with unsettled. Pennsylvania was dull. There WANTED ATONCE.-a WE WANT V

i 'f'. ',A'LoDS and 'Lofty Life. sympathy for the death of any promi- was good buying of Reading early in the day, few good nea V>MIow
goodt by umple&0&be wboleuJe&D4 In fast and da it
save you money, cm
nent shown here for Jefferson and the stock advanced slightly. The bonds
man as was Mall trade.V. she
t are I&qeI& -
The end& of a long and lofty life"has ibannAetarenfnoarlia.inS
and a moving volume of human history come has Davis. At the hour of his funeralall strong were dull.until The late Northern in the afternoon.Pacific stocks Lehigh were .......' .......,..ha,*..te.d.toenillIama if you will help us. t
been closed and clasped. The strange and business was suspended, flags half firm. Lehigh Valley sold + Caa Ktz.eo..QJca&o.m..or ndaartl.1\iU
Navigation ex-
-aoddeto dignity ef death has been add Ja to the. roasted bells tolled a requiem while the dividend. WE WANT

fine and resolute dignity of living. entire populace gathered in Joint wor- Following were the closing bids: OUR LITTLE ONES *
A man who in his person and history sym ship to hear Hon. Randolph Tucker review Lehigh Valley.... 52J6 Reading g. m. 4a- 89 You to know wejareheadruartfinfer:
bolised the solemn convictions and tragic fortunes the history and life of Jefferson N. Pas com.... 32# Reading let pf,5s. 79 and the NURSERY \ Vegetables Crates etc
of millions of men cannot pass into the Davis. It was a speech befitting a king. i N. .,. TbJi Reading 2d pf.5s. 5634] 36 BROMFIELD ST., ,
St ,gloom that gathers around a grave without The eulogy was both historical and biographical Pennsylvania ... 53 Reading 3d pf.5s. 48;' Boston, Mass.
Riga or token from the surcharged bosoms of and concluded with -a Beading...... 19 15-16 U.and B.T. com. 17 The moot tuuxtonmo and bertnutgartne WE WANTTo
,.. those he leaves behind and when Jefferson personal Lehigh Nav....... 53 H.and B.T. pf... for children ererpublished. .J
review the $1JO Ktafrte
Dwis, reaching "the very seamark of his utmost as speaker personally'knew I' St.Paul...... .... 69H W. N. Y. and P lye] copies, 15 eta. sent.on; trial Sell you your Orange Boxes -
e sail,"goes to his God not even the most the dead man. The speaker pronounced three thaw for A mnpl
ignoble can chide the majestic mourning the his love for Davis and his prin- New York Produce Market. i any addreea on receipt&ot.a.two* tot Orange Wraps, and will d& it if you .
sorrowing honors of a last "salute." ciples but none the less loved the Union. _cent
'I NEW YORK.Dec. 11.-State and western flour Umn. will come to.see us. '
A: Christian and a Churchman.I He was received with great approval. Jt dull unsettled; southern quiet steady.

am not hereto stir,by a breaththe embersof was the most finished production of the Wheat-No.2 red, strong; He.higher; quiet; FUIr-COMFOKTING.
a.settled strife; to speak one word unworthy Virginia statesman's life. December. 84c.;January. 85J6@85->ic.: Feb- WE WANT

oMxim' and of the hour;what is writ in ruary 8G) c.; March,88c.; April 8S%c.; May, EPPS'S COCOA You to know that Agents for ale
the wetd's memory and in the books of God. An Historic Cannon Bursts. ;%@S91.1Gc.;June 87c. we are
But 1 am here to say for our help and inspira- .Corn-No. 2 is easy dull; mixed western. Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnish
tion that this man as a Christian and a COLUMBIA, S. C., Dec. 13.-By the 39444c. BREAKFAST."By .

churchman was a lover of all high and right- premature explosion of a cannon used Oats No. 2 dull nominal; state 2835 -t -e ua things as,a citizen was fashioned in the in firing a salute G. W. Fouche was western 27<&3oc. which g-Tern the operations of digestion and nutrition .
old faithful'type; as a soldier was marked badly burned and blown up and will Beef-SteadYi plate S7.75@3.25:; extra mess, and br a curefnl application of the fine properties WE WANT
and fitted for more than fame-the Lord God probably lose his sight B. 'Y. Blantdn $..00.. of well-Mjleited Cocoa, Mr EpPl has provided
having set on him the seal of the liberty of had a hand shattered, his arm laceratedand Pork Firm unchanged. ed onr brfoakfa't table with a delicately-flaTor- You to know that we burn our on 1
m L Lard-Easy,quiet; $6. beverage which may save UK many heavy doc- I
was otherwise injured. Several ors' billb. It is by the judicious of such artll Oyster-Shell Lime and of corns
use '
Gracious and gentle even to the lowliest Eggs-Quiet, weak; state and Pennsylvania : *
i others were slightly injured. The cannon 26J29c. we ,stern &&Z"7c. Canadian 22 : s of diet tbat a constitution may be gradually
especially to them tender he ; ;
nay ; as was milt until can give bottom prices
up to resist you
i was that used in firing a salute @24c; limed 17@18Hc. strong enough every tend.
when South Carolina seceded from ency to disease. Hundred of subtle miladies are *
followed the Spirits Turpentine-Firm, quiet; 45341c. floating around us. ready to attack wherever there
fearless and unselfish, he could not well es- Union. It was some years ago fished II!a weak point We may escape many a fatal haft WE WANT
cape the life-long conflict to which he was out of the river where it hud been The Oil Market. b y keeping ourselves well fortified with pure Hood
k ,committed. Greatly and strangely misconceived thrown when Sherman's army was PHILADELPHIA Dec 11.-Oil opened at and a properly nourished frame "-Civil Service YOU"'to know that we handle C aMt

he bore injustice with the.calmness ,about to enter the city. $1.09 and closed at SLOt& Sold jsrette.only Made simply with twiline water or milk. and Plaster Hair.
t.beAtt1DJt place; r-ali-poucd tins,br G roce-8, labelled ;
NEW YORK Dec. 11.-The market opened at thus JAMES:
CO. Homoerathic
At tbe Cemetery. Observances in North Carolina. $1.03} and closed at f LOt& Chemists. London, England. 24-4t. -
W .*The reached the PITTSBURO Dec. Petroleum dull and WE WANTTo
pageant in
cemetery RALEIGH N. C. Dec.
4 impressive .
13.-Very .
Market .. !
,due timeYhen the progress of the memorial services in honor ot steady. but opened at 3La33g, sold as highas ff LoADEaDICE..1'.:&.":::I impress minds that .t -
i.0 at
noon $1 JMJ4 was bid. upon your
procession filially brought the military Jefferson Davis were held at manv point 1Wr..13; l.-y.K .ub4 Cu .....8CI!.,...,guy 1....
Mnr p. T*m>n+-s .m ak SM
:to the monument the police and soldiers in this state. Exercises in this city were A > JC'&MwfthmbioiM. aniaaiaoorosaa<, =... represent ,
were drawn up all around the circle,and attended by the state officers, justices of Thompson & Edwards,
.aa the.funeral car with the long line of PITTSBURQ, Dec. 13.-Jeannette was HINDERCORNS.
the court ex-Confederate
carriages, in its wake drew the supreme veterans visited by a terrific wind storm. Two The only sure Care for Corn stop all Ensnre* of Chicago, j
up and military and by throngs of comfort to the ImiggirtjTllisooiA .
: co.zf.Y..e.RT1 Pert -
large new occupied frame buildings The manufacturers of
line of soldiers facing the monumentwere All in the largest
4 people. parties city participated -
given "right. about.. orders tosalute and the city hall was elaborate!t longing to Cort and O'Sullivan were demolished YOtT CONSUMPTIVE izers in the west and keep constaw
the bier. The choiresters had a two story building Rave TOO teneh.Bronchitin Arthma. ladJnMionl Co
draped in All buildings tie
mourning. public I brands of
the of Mr. Watson PARKER'S OINOER TONIC. Uhueured on hand the following
preceded the funeral and took property was
up position closed fht ncri.t ca and[;tSeFiiest
were flags were half masted, r. rewed J fur aU m.&J1Idng "
In a the left of the tomb. bells tolled, schools closed and businessto also blown down. Several other build- CruuOilecUre nutrition. Take in time. 3ot&D411.Q11.fCHICHESTER'S Goods:
The clergymen firmed in line the ings were moved from their foundationsand
on Trees-
a large degree suspended. World of Good for Orange
badly damaged. The total loss will ,
other sid of the walk. Bishops Galle ENGLISH
t .her and,Thompson walked slowly to the not be less than ;felO.OOO.; No loss of life PILLS. t
A Great; Meeting at Baltimore. Pure
base aad: took up their positions beside is reported._ Brand |
BALTIMORE, Dec. 13.There was 4
the bier; aIL Safe rod
The caisson the meeting held at th8 Fifth regiment A Salt for LIbeL t aetaeDt.. Blood, Bone and Potash. ;
stopped at foot of the ,
walk and Battery B's detail of honor armory last night; in memory of Jefferson WASHINGTON, Dec. 13.-E. W. Fox, = $e44s Chicago Bone 31eal.

bore the'casket to the foot of tne monu- Davis under the auspices of the president of Washington Press Publishing ... ."""" -KeUef r.1Ckis Dissolved Bone.x
ment. .As the coffin was carried up the Maryland Society of the Confederate company, was arrested here on ]lads.abq.P111nada.j., ,

mound the military orders were'"rest at Army and Navy. It was one of the the Charge of criminal libel preferred by ,

arms' and every soldier in the circle largest gatherings'held in Baltimore in Mrs. Stone, a clerk in the war depart WE WANT
executed the order. recent years. The president of the meet- ment. The Press published an articleto : hand EYontoknoW

There was not a covered head in the ing was Mayor Robert C. Davidson. A the effect that Mrs. Stone, while we keep en j

.entire multitude of 10,000 people when large 'portrait of Mr. Davis ,was conspicuously drawing a salary of $100 a month from J: Sulphate of Potash, j
displayed, as were also the the government besides .
the bereaved came. Mrs.,Davis, heavily a pension, per {I. Land Plaster, 3
draped, leaned on the arm of Gen. Jo- national and state flags. mitted her aged father to become an in- <:'\. 0
V Cauda'H. W. |
mate of the house. ,
eph & Davis, a nephew of ''the deadexpresident poor ; 'Te"
-. Business Suspended at Augusta. .. '''Tobacco Stems and ];

Bishop Thompson opened the seremonies AUGUSTA, Ga., Dec, 13.-Business wa* A Recognition of Prince Ferdinand. ., suspended here the entire LoNDONDec.13.-The Navoe 'L'Js
by'reading the first portion of city joining Vremya, :
the Episcopal burial service. Then T. payment of tribute to the memory of of St. Petersburg, one of the official WE WANT

H.\'Sappington. of the Nineteenth in.tsrxfry Jefferson Davis. A military and civic journals of the empire, regards the quotation '\. t'j P.._-t.>is o o .. ist \ 8011/'
sounded "taps" and Bishop Galiflghbr procession passed through the streets of the new Bulgarian loan on the l''-J / iN "" a.e.j. You to Give ,tla a Trial n

4' read the second portion of the with furled flags, reversed arms and Vienna bourse as a recognition of Prince 7 \.. 4 1o tao"' -. rC

rirsftl. ooasigmng the, body to the grave. Badges of mourning, while belle 'wen Ferdinand as the legitimate ruler o( 4' o re. WE WANT

tolled and cannon fired. On reaching Bulgaria, and declares it to be the dutyof 7 s" 9..... P=l-qf f'
t ,n hi.mVICES the opera house public exercises were Russia to demand an explanation of =+"V .. V ., v b .ttoY To merit :your patronif0.j5rfif "*"
held. the apparent official countenance of Sr. # honest dealings-and'we me.abiTxY *+
?, ufc 1'"" ?*'..*.*, **** :( .
et bgor
ferdinand's fie -
usurpation Austria. .
.Mf by
Xeported lrwa Principal Cities 4' OSJ US.
Proceedings at P ,iP S
'J ,\t'"B: etb. ; ,Petersburg. V O

.ollc,' s>o;Dee._ 13/. -The striking :memOrial'services.PETERSBUBQ,, Dec.honor 13.-of Elaborate the late Why wm you cough when 8h oh'.Cure will Kiev ..sot J 7 weoe --: :--

.-'ilny:.of.tesfjeot. wid 'devotion'to the, '.:Jefferson Davis 'were' held here at the immediate bJ Dkbon relief&Grey? ,Price TttuaY1De.10 cU F/s.50.cti and XShiiob's 11.' Bold ;! : \-.f. .. .1. '.

....... .a i .Tnanifffltnd, 'in this section oav' .,Academy of Music. ..Bully 2,00dberson3 Cure will reBere' A.. :. % ReapectfullytJ.SWkT&N&00'
immwMfftly Croup, .
:> _
r dire_popaoton. -'iNGi" >the. -;memorial meetings* were present; Addresses, delivered Whooping Cough and Broncha.. .. =Sold. byDfebon.. c"'yt,g4 6 -\T""'i: t : (
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,L, '. THE FLORIDA. 'S t THURSDAY, .DEC. 19, 1889. ,' '

.'.,' .. : f.CARDS .,,

, taken up by the galleries. *lt Was aa't-' Bucklen's Salve. \ .
f I IN PEACE. ,eeftl minutes before those evidences of&PPmbetion Sheriff's Sale. : ;:

FIRST i ceased and it broke forth THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, Under and by virtue of an execution issued GlOBOX H. liOBBUJS W<D R. OBAHAM.

again when the president, rising from Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe- out of the Circuit Court for the 7th President Brerard Secy.l3revard Ab- t

.* his cltur, grasped the hand of the chief ver Sores, Tetter,Chapped Hands, Chilblains Judicial Circuit of Florida, for Brevard] Abstract Co. strict Co.

TdID glues Celebrating Washing justice as ,he descended from the plat Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, i county, upon a judgment lately recoveredin ROBBINS & GRAHAM, -
i form and congratulated him on the'ad and positively cures Piles or no pay re said court by W. Macomber,plaintiff

ton's Inauguration.jETIHGUIBHED dress. Secretary Blaine also congratulated quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect against Geo. Altree defendant to be satisfied -

, the chi f jus tic 3. satisfaction, or money refunded. Price out of the lands and tenements, goods ATTORNEYS-AT-,

The benedictionwas p renouncedb' y 25-cents per box. For sale by Dixon & and chattels of the said George Altree. I P. O Box 250, TITUSVILLE. BreYard Co.. Florid.
MEN PAETIOIPATEi Rev. W. H. Milburn, the blind chaplain Grey.. 1019. have levied upon and will sellat public Will practice In all the ountiea of the Seventh .'

t .oft'' house. When he had concluded,. Advice to Mothers outcry, in front of the Court-house door, in Circuit for and Examining In the Supreme and Perfecting Court Land Special Title facilities

. Official Life of Washington Folly the .ce president declared the joint assembly Mrs.WlKSLoWs SOOTHING SXBUP should always Titusville, in said county, on the first Monday Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heir ;
t Tbs dissolved.Oil be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves in January A. D. 1890 between the to Spanlah Grants. Money to Loan. US 12
2cpreented at the Imposing Ceremo- the little raffereratonce;itproducesnatnral,
Bouse of Representatives.e Wells Shut Down. quiet Bleep,and the little cherub awakes as"bright'as hours of 11 a. m, and 3 p. m.,the following D L. GAULDEN -' r"'.'
t, pies In the a button." Lt is very: pleasant to taste. It described real estate, the same being the I ,
Tire President Pre.ldea-Chlef BUTLER, Pa., Dec 13.-beveral oil soothes the childsoftenethegnmsallaysallpaln, property of George Altree and described .
sa wells in the 1,000 foot field have been r'egulateathebowels,and is the best known remedy : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .
Jaftlce Fuller's Oration. shut down for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or as follows, to-wit: ,
on account of not bemg able other causes. Twenty-flTe cents a bottle. Lot four ((4) of Indian River City, in Titusville
to obtain Florida.
"WASinsaTON, Dec. t3.-The ceremo- coal owing to the bad roads. section 33 r
master's Sale. township 24. south, range 36
gfet in commemoration of the inauguration east, in the county and state aforesaid. A M. THRASHER, '
of George Washington, the firstpresident New Jersey Trotting Horse Breeders. Under and by virtue of a decree of JAMES E. BOWMAN, r ,>. :

of the United States were TRENTON, Dec. 13.-The New Jersey foreclosure and sale rendered by the Sheriff Brevard Co. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Seventh JAMES T. '
Horse P.
Breeders' Box
Trotting association 20,
house of representatives. SANFORD FLA.
the ,
held In Judicial Circuit of Florida, sittingin Plaintifl's Will practice in all
met here. There were about 100 mem- Attorney. the cOUDtiea.ot the Seventh
Tbe house took a recess immediately bers present. A motion to change the Chancery, at Chambers, for the coun Circuit and Supreme Court. S %
the chaplains prayer, and thoseassessing of Brevard dated December 3rd A. master's Sale.
after place of holding the annual meetingsfrom ty >> ,
tickets were admitted to the Trenton to Newark was lost. Resolutions -I D. 1889, in a certain cause pending in Under and by virtue of a final decree of ALLEN HEYSER,
ijoor. ex-Postmaster Blaine appeared General first, ot condolence were passed said court wherein the Berkey and Gay : foreclosure imbuing out of tin Honorable

followed by Schenck upon the death of Hon. E. A. Wilkinson. Furniture Company is complainant and Circuit Court oi the Seventh Judicial orll M Conyeyancer.i

Horatio King General, Gen.Dickin&on. anp ex- It was decided to hold the next Harriet P. Wilkinson et al are defendants Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for .

Postmaster crowd jammed to the center trotting meeting at the interstate fair I will sell at public outcry according Brevard county, dated the twenty-ninth day Lake- Worth Dade County,' Florida.
A up grounds, which were offered free of November A. D. lbS9 in certain U furnish Abstracts of Title
leading to the senate. It was to law, before the court-house doorin a cause to Dade e
door charge. The admission will be free. A therein pending wherein Martha Ann County lands.
made bv a llection of big men, and Titusville, in said county of Brevard, ,
when they managed to. crowd them- committee consisting Hon. Jacob Klotz, on the first :Monday in January, A. D. Judde, by her next friend, S. H. Ray, andJ. -
of Belle Meade Ira Killbourne of New- &
discovered that ; 6th of said month K. Judde, her hushand, are comilainants JONES ATKINSON,
selves in it was they ark, and A. G. Sargeant, of Somerville 1890) being the day r
were the governors of the btates. Biggs, was appointed to present from, during the legal hours of sale, for cash, and William R. Edwards is defendant. -

of Delaware, and Green, of New Jersey, the association to the incoming a request legislature to the highest bidder, the following described I will, as Special Master in Chancery, Attorn eys-at-taiv, S "
and Lee who sell at public sale to the highest and best
in first, Fitzhugh ,
came real estate situate in the
to countyof Titusville
appropriate 1,000 or $2,000 to .
, here rather than attend the Jeffer- bidder for Cash, in front of the court-house Florida'iJJ. ,
came be added to the premium of the Brevard and State of Florida to wit: x
acn Davis ceremonies, brought up the association.An purse Beginning at the section line between door in Titusville, Brevard county Florida, T. SANDERS ...;... }
Although the others took theirfeats on the sixth day of January A. D. 1890, I
Lee walked over and chatted to English Iron and Steel Combination. sections three and four, in township the same being the first Monday in the -,'
twenty-five, south of range 36 east, at a month and sale between the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,
the Democrats. LoNDON, Dec. 13.-The enormous collieries a legal day, ,.
In the OallerieH. and furnaces in Staffordshire, square monument stone marked with a ,legal hours of sale, all that certain lot or win practice in aU the Courts of the Seventh laUcial '
letter'Y thence :Jduo east 1,850 feet, ( Circuit ot Florida. ._ .
thousands of piece of land situate in Brevard
Meanwhile, with the coming of the employing: men, are combining county, P. O. Box. 235.TITUSVILLE
crowd on the floor, the galleries beganto with the Shelton Iron and Steel more or less, to. Indian River, thence State of Florida, to-wit: Beginning at the FLA.II ,

fill up. In the executive gallery company, employing many thousandsmore northerly along said river 200 feet, more northeast corner of the southeast quarter of

Postmaster General Wanamaker's family in a common enterprise designedto or less, to the south line of a lot of land the northwest quarter of section four (4), DENTAL OFFICE OF

occupied the White House seats, control the trade in iron, steel and A. L. and E. F. Hatch purchased of K. in township twenty-two (22),south of range '7 '

while)1rs. Blaine occupied a front seat coal, and have invited the cooperationof C. May; thence due west along said lineto thirty-five east, and run south five chains DR. L. T. DANIEL ,

in the diplomatic gallery. Miss Mar- several other firms and companies to the section line above named, thence and forty links:!, thence go west seven chains ,

pret Blaine, in a handsome costume, join them. As the movement is also a due south along said section line 200 and iwenty-five links, thence north five COCOA' : FLORIDA. '

tat behind her mother. Scattered blow at the existing wages small as feet, more or less, to the place of begin- chains and forty links, thence east seven the Will First be Monday at the Grand in each VIew Month Hotel, for* Titnarille WefJt on

through all the galleries were prominent they are, the announcement of the en- chains and twenty-five links to the pointof more. Patronage solicited,audallwork one guaranteed or

people both in the official as well as soworld. terprise has spread consternation. among ning.Also that certain piece or parcel of beginning, containing tour acres. Terms to be satisfactory 11M.

du: the employes. land, being a part of lot number three, cash.Witness ,
A flash of color greeted the of hand at Titusville Florida D. L. DODSON '
. Warned Against Government Schemes. section three,township twenty-five,southof my ,
the gallery about 12:45 o'clock, when this second day of December, A. D. IM89. f&
DUBLIN Dec. Walsh range thirty-six east, commencing on
door to the floor
entrance was
opened and the Corean minister entered. addressed a large meeting of the Ten- the bank of Indian River at the divid- Master in DENTIST,

foe bright colors caused a murmur, ants' Defense League. He warned his ing line between lots three and four, RoBniNs &Special GRAHAM, Chancery. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. *

but the minister and his attendant did hearers against acceptance of the proposed thence west running along said dividingline 33-5t Solicitors for Complainant. Aching teeth filled and saved without destroying

Dot remain long in sight A few army government land. purchase schemeor between lots three and four 1,852 the nerves. Teeth with a be esses treated sncces
extension of the Asnbourne act, the section line di- fully. Roots crowned substantially Plates of
officers in costume wen appeared and feet, more or to
Notice.To Para
lessi pure gum. Broken Plates
which he said tenants mended. Badly
gives absolutelyno
of what to At and four thence
rare a taste was come. viding nee fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted painless
1245 Mr. Reed called the house to order security against wholesale extortion.. north along said section line 418 and all whom it may concern:' lyOffice on Washington avenue. ft
and Mr. chairman of the The state, he said, would take care of Notice is that wife Le-
again Bayne, 4-100ths feet, thence easy on a line par- hereby given my ,
centennial committee offered the the landlords; the league must attend oheretta C. Field left bed and LEWIS
resolution allel to the dividing line between lots having my J.F. ,
to the interests of the tenants.
to notify the senate. three and four 1,580 feet to Indian River board without just cause and provocation,

The Procession. Brazilian Crown Diamonds Stolen. thence south along the margin of parties are forbidden to harbor or trust (M! Engineer and amour;

On receiving notice from the house LISBON Dec. 13.-The of said river 490 feet, more or less, to the her on my account, as I will not hereafter .
that it was in session the vice president Brazil has received a cablegram ex-empress from place of beginning, containing thirteenacres be responsible for debts contracted by her. Tltnsville, FJR ? .
and the senate in a body, prepared to ALBEBT M. FIELD,
Rio Janeiro that all of her less.
stating jew- more or
proceed to the house of representatives Juno, Dade Co., Fla., Nov., 1889. B. BURCHFIELD, .
els, which composed the finest known Also the southeast quarter of south- .
foe procession was then formed. The Brazilian gems, have been stolen from east quarter of section four, township ---- f
diplomatic corps had assembled in the their of This wouldbe Master's, Sale. COUNTY SURVEYOR.
place deposit. loss twenty five south, range thirty-six east. ..
>marble room and were all resplendent a heavy blow to the imperial refu- Also four hundred and eighteen feet Under and by virtue of a decree of fore- *

m gold lace decorations.. Mingling gees if the Brazilian congress should of the south end of the northeast quar- closure and sale rendered by the Judge of Orders by mail will receive as prompt
with them were the representatives to attention as calls ih
vote to discontinue Dom Pedro's income.It of said the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial person.
ter of the southeast quarter sec-
the three Americas congress and the is said that Dom Pedro and the Comte Circuit Florida in Address
of sitting Chancery, at Georgiana, Fla. ,
tion four township twenty-five south ,
delegates to the marine conference. ,
DEu have had frequent disputes of late. Chambers, for the county of Brevard,dated ..'
Th procession was headed by tbepresident range thirty-six east the measurementto December 3rd, A. D. 1889, in a certain T A RUE P. ELY, '

and vice president; then came Lost 89O.OOO in Gambling. commence at the southeast corner of cause pending in said court, wherein the "-* v
the senate; then the cabinet. Passing said last described lot of land, and to go
NEW YORK Dec. 13.-The statement : & Furniture
Berkey Gay Company>> com
the the chief Notary Public for the State at Large.
supreme court room, justice north along the section: line between
is made that the $90,000 which Charles plainant, and Harriet P. Wilkinson, et a/,
and associate justices took their sections three and four for a distance of Justice of the Peace 17th
B. Wigton, late treasurer of the are the defendants, I will sell at Dist.
behind the senate and then followed -
places the diplomatic and the delegate Glamorgan Iron company, Philadel- four hundred and eighteen feet, thence public out-cry according to law, before CONTRACTOR & BUILDER .
corps phia, was recently arrested for embez- west one-quarter of a mile, thence: south the door of the Hotel Indian River at '
to the
three Americas congress. zling, was lost by him in gambling four hundred and eighteen feet to cor- Rockledge, in said county of Brevard, on of over. 30 years' experience.* Naturalfimsh4a 'Ir

)ir Horton In the Chair. houses in this city. It is also said he ner between said lots of laud herein de- the First Monday in January, A. D. 1890, .

When the assemblage was seated will bring suits against the proprietorsof scribed, thence a quarter of a mile to being the 6th day of said month, at 4 Melbourne, Florida. 6

Speaker Reed resigned his chair to the these houses to recover the money.cilcotc place of beginning.Also o'clock in the afternoon, for cash, to the

vice president and took aseat at his left. the northwest quarter of the highest bidder, the following-described per- A. M. Hamilton &, C o., M
!r. Morton a with his gavel lay Have Sailed.
gave rap northeast of section sonal property, situate in the of
quarter twenty-one, county
and announced that the ceremonies NEW YORK, May. 13.-The bark Antoinette -
township 21 south, of range thirtj'-five Brevard and State of Florida, to-wit: TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
would begin. He had hardly ceased on which it is rumored Silcott .All
All the furniture-hotel and kitchen-
peaking when the Marine band, concealed sailed hence for Valparaiso carried no east, it being a fractional lot on Indian ,
: in the south' corridor to the rear passengers, but her agents say that it River, containing twenty acres, more or all the beds, bedding, linen and towel- Wholesale Dealers in P

ell the presiding officer struck up "Hail would have been easy for Silcott to get ling, and all the moveable fixtures now in

Columbia AY hen it ceased prayer was aboard the vessel at quarantine, as the less.Also a strip of land fourteen rods wide the said Hotel Indian River, of every kind Indian *
offered by Chaplain J. G. Butler of the bark lay there all night before puttingto facing on Indian River, commencing at and description whatsoever, or so much Oysters *

Kcate, and then Mr. Morton announced sea. the southwest corner of lot four section. thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said .
. that Hon. Melville W. Fuller chief decree and the cost of sale.
; jus- two township twenty-five south, of range
r t wa of the United States, would deliver Pittsburg Players' Clnb. thirty-six, east, and running due east D. L. GAULDEN. FISH: F
*a oration. PITTSBURG,Dec. 13.-The organizationof Master pro lure tnV*.
side of said lot the
The chief the Players' National League club of along to east Alex. St. Clair-Abrams, 0
justice escorted to
line of the same, and then due north Green Turtle and Game. .,
desk by Senator Hiscock andjtptesentative Pittsburg, was formally completed last Solicitor for complainants. 33 f.
the said )ine fourteen rods and
the chairman oft night. The following officers were along ,
e home committee on, the celebration.Chief elected. President, Mayor William Mc- then due west parallel with the first Masters' Sale. All orders will receive prompt and careful attention .. r
B. Rea mentioned line to Indian River and ,whether by telegraph, 4
Callin; vice president, Henry ; ,
JusUee Fuller's Address. Under and by virtue of a final decree of letter. or person. 17
W. P. Potter and treasurer said river the place of
secretary, thence along to
The foreclosure rendered
chief justice then read his ad- sale and by the Honorable I.
drzs W. W. Kerr. beginning, being a strip of fourteen rods _
beginning as follows: John D. Broome, Judge of the Cir-
wide north and south on said river, and, cuit of the Seventh Judicial '
Court Circuit of r
terms of that section of the act ofstrew Federation of Labor. (
extending the same width to the east Florida the nineteenth of Novem-
under which we have assembled in on day
Dec. 13.-In the Federationof
hither. commemoration of the historic in- BOSTON, line of'the above lot described, the same ber, A. D. 1889, in a certain cause in chan-
+ of the Ant of the United Labor convention Secretary Sayward, to be fraction eight i
jearatkm president Builders' association de- supposed a over cery pending in the circuit court of Brevard i "
Ftatel of the Master ,
.George 30 A. D.,
Washington April less.
acres, more or and for the circuit aforesaid wherein
an address the prin- county ,
livered approving
J was declared national holiday and Inws
noble city where a that event took place itscentennial ciple of organization both by employersand Also all of lot one, section thirty-three, Martha Ann Judde and Samuel H. Ray,
anniversary has been celebrated employed. and lot one of section thirty-four, her next friend, and J. R. Judde, her hus-

Alit speech and sons, of multitudinous asata.bly township twenty-six south of range band, are complainants, and Henry Johnson -

and of naval military and civic dlsWV. Survivors of the War. thirty-seven east, situated on Merritt's is defendant I will, as Special MasterIn

,accompanied by every manifestation of WASHINGTON .Dec. 13.-The Island; one-sixth interest, as shown on Chancery, sell for cash to the highest FROM NEW YORK CITY.
***9 lore of devotion to cooperation Mr. A. H. Hawkes Dear Sir: Your PATES"rEYE
country of profound from made by C. B. Ma- bidder, on Monday, the sixth day of January ,
1b Institutions and of Intense appreciation of of the Grand Army of the Republic plat a survey GLASSES received sometime since and am avery
tee virtues and service of that illustrious is to be invited by the special agents ''gruder,county surveyor of Brevard coun- A. D. 1890, the same being the first much gratified at the wonderful change that
m assist in Clerk's office Monday in the month and a legal sale day has come over myey(>tight since 1 bare discardedmy
U whose assumption of the chief znagis7 of the census to making as ty, and recorded in the at ,
-* care the assurance of the successful complete as possible the list of,names of Titusville, in book of deeds A, pad 679, in front of the court-house door in the town old glasses, and am now wearing Aoia.years.ALKXASDXB -. ,

*wttt t in motion of the new government. surviving veterans of the late war. and known on said plat as strips seven of Titusville, Brevard county, Florida, all Secretary Stationers Board of Trade.
The orator alluded briefly: to the brilcalk and eight and more particularly) de- the following real estate to-wit: The north- All fitted at the Drag Store of
war record of Gen. Washingtonacrd To Succeed SJlcotU scribed commencing on a line drawn west quarter (N. W. }) of the northeastN. 25 DIXON &. GRAY. TITUSVILLE, "FLA. .

portrayed the growth and value of DES MoINES la, Des i3.-W. E. ( E.) | of the northwest quarter (N. W.
from Banana River Indian River true .
[ publican institutions under the adminJSfjtfonof Shurtleff, of Waterloo, la., has been appointed and west twenty-nine to chains and i) of section eight (8), in township twentyone SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALE.
Pre dentVasbinitton.. The to the position made vacant bythe east south of
(21)), range thirty-five(35)( )east,
2*** then went Into an exhaustive re- defalcation of Cashier SilcotC and ninety-three links north of township line containing ten acres, more or less, and being The Subscriber offers for Sale, in Lots.

'wof) the constitution and the amend- left for Washington to enter upon his. dividing townships twenty-six and town- in Brevard county, FJorida. to suit Purchasers, some

IDalta thereto and cited the civil war asa duties. ships twenty-seven, and runs north three: Witness hand this 28th day of November .
warchiug test of the wisdom and last- chains and thirty-five links, and thencea D. U<89. 500 Acres .Selected Portions>

tc quality: of our form of government Theather.. continuation true north (which con- JAMES SANDERS, of the above-named Lands. : '_

G.....a brilliant peroration the chief jus- Fair till Friday night; northwesterly stitutes strip number eight) seven chains Master in Chancery.. .
laid: wind; lower temperature. and sixty links to another line drawn BOBBINS &; GRAHAM, Situated on Sebastian Bay and Indian-1

. A.D4 to the new century may be entered east and west from high water in Ba- 33-ot Solicitors for Complainants. River > t
; alA the spirit of optimism the natural re- ,
River to high water in Indian River -
, alt Stone Mlli.LANCASTER nana
Collapse of a Large
Perhaps,of self confidence which has
1 J nothing in substance by experience Pa., Dec. 13.James containing thirteen acres, more or A. L. Hatch & Son, WINTER HOMES. ..
I*****It has gained the moderation of itsodty Snavely's large four story stone mill at less.Also i

10 ; yet an optimism essential to the Lexington, this county, collapsed from lot number one, section eight, DEALERS INStationery These Lands are in the immediafe.vicinity .

uI= OBiplishnient,but of great ends not blind faith to the weight of grain in the upper floors, township twenty-seven south, of range of the ._ 't'
bold in the fearlessness of a
** tory consciousness of the limitations of completely wrecking the structure. Themilll1ands'made thirty-seven east,containing twentynineacres DRY GOODS NOTIONS FINEST FISHING, ,HUNTING. #

( ". Present asserts the attainability of the miraculous escapes but more or less, being a lot of land AND SEA, BATHING, >:y;.- .
**h*'led no one was injured. The loss will be John Houston E.' F. y
J world of a still grander by to .
the Indian
To be found in whole
F Wp can sail for ever over summer seas. large. Parham, lying and being in Eau Gallie, Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, .,
-1* River Section and have also the advantage
1 storms that it has weathered lest and Medicines -
of Brevard State of Florida Family -
gate Dr. BIgbee's Condition. county or ,
Its ability to survive the storms of Daily Communication by
b 4 but storms there must be until there LANCASTER, Pa., Dec.13.Dr. Higbee, so muci| thereof as may be sufficient to Garden Seeds l Steamers with all poiota north.

, M no more sea.Josue. state superintendent of public instruction satisfy said decree and.the costs of sale. Actual Settlers and Improvers will be .

Fuller Congratulated. remains in an unconscious condi- purchaser to pay for titles.D. CHOICE GROCERIES; specially favored. Correspondence in ,
.JJS1 the chief jut ice bad concluded tion and the attending physician unable L. GAULDEN vited. AddressFrank "

. "keem*wlllch kfi took one hour and to give an opinion as,to the ulti Master pro hoc vice. Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. = ,_ i. ... :: .
a.. to deliver he was greetedapplause mate effect of the paralytic stroke with ALEX. ST. CLAIR ABRAMS H. Allen, Norwich, CwnC;.\ eo

..." "from .the floor quickly which he-was stricken.t" 33.'Sok'tor, for Complainant. ; CITY POINT.FLORIDA., r '!tt-31.f- ',.,. :;. .A':t" :.'- ta

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Messrs. gentleman from Buffalo, N. Y:;, CI. 1" go :Be lls
THE FLORIDA STAR. Cocoa. Hodgson wife is in delicate health and for -
Mr. Walter Goodyear and wife visited ing using a part of the doctors prescribed coati poui
as a Masonic Lodge Wager Ryals.
PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAY. Cocoa in their steam-launch Gem last here will be here shortly and
It is* rumored that probably build at Melbourne Beach. May the tuwlj.onrrfcd ample harm,u

ELLIS B. WAGERjltor and Pnblisher. i week.Wild turkeys for sale in town last of improved property a most reliable source we are in- Let And Joy exempt and prosperity from ill ndatu hl l tavtr tad katfU.*-.

week. There is plenty of game to be had river has been made that a gentleman from the State And each year may it greet them ate.

,I S1.5O per Annum. here most of the time. week. Particulars York will be here shortly after This day it b with extreme pleasure

.Entered at the Pod Office at Tituxcillca Cocoa has a photographer now, as Mr. Captain John 1st with the intention of buying that we chronicle the nuptials of the
S. Shear, who has been in New York all McAllister place at acres of land to be devoted to the above well-known
,. Matter lady and
Second-CloM summer, returned home last Saturday Gallie river, and has industry, and also 1,000 acres in gentlenaa,

THE StAB is the OFFICIAL newspaper: The Clyde, Dr. L. T. Daniel's little ing operations and for the same purpose. who are so highly respected in Titusr2e

for Brevard county. cat-boat, is hauled out and will be repainted The wharf and Wilcox has purchased a steam- and everywhere else where they in

.. .. and gaily decorated for Christ- Hodgson Bros. is on Lake Harris which will be known.Mr. .
The Star has the Largest circulation roassaiing. fast Wager
of Fla as as possible, married to
the East coast
1.fof any paper> -- .on Mr. Charles J. Wade, who has been is kept busy Beach. She has double mile en- Miss Mattie Rosa Ryal, of HcRae
Inch In 24 squares Col. E. C. Wade, at and is said to make fourteen ,
A SQUARE one space visiting his father, buildings.
the residence
Georgia at of the
week ,
Wilcox starts
.make a column. Rockledge for some weeks, left for Washington Capt.
advertising rates enquiie of the Editor: D. C., last week. Capt. Bennett is Florida and a party will accompany -Mr. A. L. Ryals, of the tbote

i always enclosing two cent stamp. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ball of Jersey: with shooting his party pretty last we hear. place-on Monday, Dec. 16th. tar:

-OuR- sidewalks- are still 'in their old City arrived at Cocoa last Saturday andexPect ladies proved election the items,last that week were thais crowded of P. A. Jessup, of Eastman, Georgia,of.
to remain here for some time. by news
fetching down the ficiating.
dilapidated and dangerous condition but interest was the organization ot
of the Peck
They are guests
The of Church society, with E. We learn that the marriage cereooay
that town count christening
'We are asked to say our and Mr. Walter How-
; Mr. C. Blythe M. Hodgson's baby <'h as deacon and J. R. Lyman as was a very impressive and appropriate
will to it eventually.A Miss Allie Martii
cilors see land accompanied by
at their residence. The society begins with a good
and 6
.. and Miss Tony Rfchards, came over to one, was performed at o'clock a.m.
Sirs. A. H. doubtless receive num
snoRT time ago a baby hypopotamu, Cocoa from Merritt in the Pastime Mor and Mr. Hodgson accessions and will this winter. This was followed by the hearty congratulations .

weighing forty pounds, was born in New day and dined at the Delmonico. of relatives and a few friends

York. It was the first baby of its-kim Rev. Mr. DePass, of Tallahassee, will Messrs. Hogg Riverside ladies gave Thursday an oyster night supper for the at< who were present, when all participated:
truck with
t ever born in this country, and we are sore preach next Sunday in the Cocba-Rock-and fruit and gardening vegetables of the New Haven avenue side- in the wedding breakfast, at which mar y
E. Church South morning
I I 17 to say this poor little cherub is dead. evening.ledge M. Sunday School will, also take them. They are : fund. A large crowd was present were the well-wishes tendered the happy
.. all hungry. About $2t; was
artesian well. We oyster
there at the usual hour. couple.
r of there turns of we believe. The next entertain-
SINCE our last report Mr. O. K. Wood is having his wharf cess.Mr. .will be held at the Carleton, the< After breakfast they started immediately

'.. .the election, the Board of. County Commissioners rapidly completed. It is right next to< A.. H. and character of which will be an- for St. Augustine, Florida acccm-:
met to canvass the returns, the bigso new wharf of Stilings & Taylor, the cultivation of : later. panied part of the way by several friends

,r .which resulted in a majority of four for: the parties owning the wharves decided Walton plantation ; coloredsto to be doing a and relatives of the bride and groom.
to join them, and in that way making look rather lively. : seems They will remain in the "Ancient Cit}'"*
of which will stores
thfc dry side, particulars a very broad and roomy structure. needed to insure a < business and our two general this week, and, if the train arrives a little
which is not
.. 'found in another column.P. The Mattie S., owned by Mr. ChasSchoonmaker more rain. heavy than equal stocks to of the goods demand., A glance earlier than it did last Sunday morning,

the showman was launched a few days: Mr. and Mrs. C. show-cases and counters shows that we hope to have the pleasure of givbg
T. greatest ago, after having been put in thorough Springs, have been is expected, though the beau- them a hearty greeting on Saturday
r y -on earth, is now exhibiting at the Olym- order and fitted up as a pleasure boat for; J. Walton; also weather makes one forget that It is evening.Notwithstanding.

pia, West Kensington, London to thou' the use of tourists this winter. She is one< Nellie Simrell of ) ; Mr. C. H. Stewart has a stock the affair was a quiet

sands of sightseers. As London contains of the prettiest and most comfortableboats Howland, of Cocoa, fine goods for Xmas gifts. Fee & one, we learn the bride received several
t the river. Mr. Tom Lacy ha welcome callers. lines valuable wedding presents.
have continually adding new
about six millions of inhabitants we are The bride-who was attired in a trailing
of her.
fr no doubt his show will be largely patron- charge We are pleased to ) to their large stock. suit of drab serge-looked as she il-
The servii-es at St. Michael's Episcopal a little stranger on r. Add Morrison has returned from I way did-most charming, and the groom
ized.A Church .last Sunday morning were very the 9th inst.Ir.. ,Ala., where he and his part wore the conventional black.

SYNDICATE of English capitalistsis largely attended, and as usual the Rev. ton are the happy W. F. Hitchings, have spent the The many Georgia friends of Mrs L
A. T. Sharpe preached a most learned Their here is to be :
and building
Hughlett were B. Wager that their State b more
about to consummate the biggest deal and interesting sermon. Mr. Sharpe wasa :
tendance. Mother for rent at once. Add always closely tied to Florida by her permanent
in yellow pine lands ever made in the guest of the Peck House while here. his time count. He has secured return to Indian River; and her may

South They have agreed to purchase He left for Merritt after the morning service well.Mr. contract for painting Hotel Indian Titusville friends-with whom she spent
service R. P. Blatch is
here to hold afternoon over
s *7,500,000 acres of Pine land in West and began work last week. His to pleasant a time last Dter-wJ11 glad-
there. gardening on an
is now at Rockledge we believe. welcome one who was so universally beloved
Alabama at the
and Southeast He has
d Florida The burial of Mrs. Geo. Mercier, who son. hear they also have the Idlewild cot- by friends of her native State
sum of nearly $10 per acre. died Melbourne the Sth inst., took for receiving the finish.
at on muck and at this place to It is needless to pass :any eulorincnoa 0It
{ L place here on the 10th in the cemeterywest results. All in weeks we noticed the prob- Mr. Wager, who is the editor ana proprietor -
GEN. BOULANGER has been engaged to of Cocoa. A great many relatives join ago
of the FLORIDA STAR other than
lecture in the United States. He will and friends were in attendance. Little success in his new sent out by MontgomeJy, Ward &
that his and exemplary charactetappertaining
of Chicago. The! successful parties ,
deliver his first: lecture in the New York Edith, daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Mer-- Messrs. Walton receiyed their cash or goods, a* pre- to all things and people
cier, is stopping with her little friend of the most extens with whom he has in contact MS
come .
Academy of Music. As we not want In looking over the names of the
Fannie Andrews, for a few days. Eau Gallie river. It
made him of the most highly rejected -
it 500 notice that California one
the general to call here and deny we we
Mrs. W. H. Peck and Miss Daisy Peck by Mr. J. O. Nevada send one each, The great and most popular yound men of this
must say thjjt the London Star is the au- sailed over to Courtney last week to at- appearances a good $ of New York and Ohio two each, section.

thority for the above. tend the bazaar at Mrs. Tiffin's "Rose dently expected. It southern states send five each, Marriage, it is said is holy and many

;.. Lawn" Grove. The bazaar was a decided: market gardening on backwoods Florida sends eleven deeds of bravery in the olden days of

THE young English Jewess, Miss AMY success, financially and socially, as suffi- John Aspinwall, three of these from Melbourne. chivalry,were entered into by the bights

LEVY a gifted author and poet, and cient money was taken in from the sale N. Y., has purchased who roamed the world, proclaiming the
refreshments etc. magistrate took a trip to the head and virtues of the ladies whom
of the Christmas toys, late Mr. W. H. beauty
"Reuben Sacks
L whose well-known novel to buy an organ for the little Episcopal bank of Eau Gallie of the Sebastian to marry a couple they had intended to take as their gives

was said to be the most popular one off Church at that place. A number of persons the Rev. F. E. farT2"A people. The distance is esti- Many a valiant deed was done in ttt

the year in London, has just died at the came from a distance to attend the panying the above at fifteen miles from Melbourne, name of their lady-lore. In maar Parts

i' early age of 23, her remains being cremated bazaar and they were all highly delighted through the south he says they did not count the twists of England, "in days of old.when knights
e her with the entertainment. "Rose Lawn"was building site in our turns, or what is far more the dis- were bold, and barons held their any,"
request.. beautifully decorated with Floridamoss traveled, in being bounced up by valiant deeds were frequentlv done by

Ma. EDWARD BELLAMY, the author palms, ferns and flowers. A lovely The Rev. Francis roots in, the new road and finding the the gallant wielder of the mighty i\ oru
little tent was erected on the lawn and St. John's church coming up to meet you on the way or battle-axe who bad been inspired by
of "Looking Backward' which is i i now cozy seats put therein for young interested and John Aspinwall, : He took his meals off the mantel genuine enthusiasm and a spirit of personal

d being read at our reading club in this couples to enjoy. The picturesque lake N. Y., who and are Halifax on a a fedays, we believe. distinguUhment by risking life tad

town, has just contributed an article on and the little island in the center whichis Indian of Mr. Jno. the regular meeting of the Common attempting deeds of prowes as hosap
reached by a small bridge, was aglow guests J' week to love. Although it is not now Ute
the servant girl question, and from its Sunday last. It is last (Tuesday), the newly
tenor Mr.' BELLAMY evidently wants the with Chinese lanterns, and rustic seats officers were sworn in and quali- practice to enter the public arena raving
servant girl to go. We conclude-hia article were scattered all through the groundsso gentlemen and are likely Resolutions were introduced pro of the charms of this or ;that lady the
does not apply to Florida, for the that the guests might rest while strolling owners themselves.The for the opening of Front street principle of action is, more cr less the

simple reason that as all females here are around. Mr. Tiffin, unfortunately, I general wharf to Crane Creek same if it is differently applied for all

i iadi ""' his kind thoughtfulness had afforded to ber of guests last a resolution of thanks to Mr. Hector loving hearts who were joined together

WE hear a great deal of talk re rattlesnakes the people of Courtney on account of the soon begin to find ? Iris gift of said bridge to the county the holy bonds of matrimony this week

in Florida, and the death of the protracted and severe illness: of his mother and comfortable for his generous contribution to the of whom we may say:

t ''If late Mr. Adams from the bite of one in Canada.Mr. the bath room and improvement fund and to all other Ever bright may their journey f rare,

caused considerable scare amongst many; T. P. Wallace of :Marion, 0., arrived floor, Mr. Treutler is thereto; also for procuring Too Ma heaTj f no afcadovfacroM and dark for the It lay hand ct tort
but Florida is, comparatively, free from at his pretty winter home at In- to the hotel. for grading east end of New To lighten or smooth their"1.

1 suph deadly vipers as they have in India. :' dianola last week, and on Monday sailed yule should .note avenue, excavating a fountain ba The STAR extends coagratdatioas! :

Only a short time ago we received a letter over to Cocoa in company with Mr. Chas. improvements. A and constructing shell walks wishes: them long life and happiness and
from a friend in the East Indies that C. Conklin and Mr. J. M. Thompson of guests is daily looked the general wharf to the M. E. hopes their married life rosy be one of

t. told many a,sorrowful tale of death from Indianola, in Mr. Wallace's new sailboat While out hunting A vote of thanks was passed to unalloyed joy.
snake-bite. An officer in the Briti$ Solid Comfort, which is typical of its Capt. J. Walton's: & Nesbitt for their offer of water

army a short,time since, while taking a name. The boat was built in Titusvillefor the cry of the the artesian well for fountain pur- Shiloh's Catarrh Bem 1-&positive can tat C*
: trip on the train from Howrah to Assen- Mr. Wallace, then he had it broughtto the appearance of a Dr. W. 31. Fee was unanimously iarrh. Diptheria. and Canker Mooth bold N Dht

sole, India, was rather surprised to find. Cocoa to be finished up. It is a large, on the scene which chairman of the board. At the wn 4 any TlUuville II la.

on waking from a sound sleep, that some- !! roomy boat and is beautifully fitted up Both rabbit and dog. meeting Saturday evening the The BCT. Geo.>> H.Tbal r. of Bourbon,11,.f.:
.' .. |ihing cold had come in contact with his in every way-has a bright carpet in the mediately rushed announced committees as follows: "Both myself and wife owe oar lives to S1-01.
l Tiana. On looking at his hand what was saloon, soft sofas, which at night can be dog from the bite of finance, aldermen F. H. Fee, J. B. Consumption Cure.** Sold by DiciMS they tJ.turri11e.

R 4 his horror to find that underneath it was made up into comfortable beds. Cute little and soon dispatched W. M. Fee; on streets, sanitation .F1a.

( a deadly cobra. As the snake was asleep boo -ca. filled with light and solid measured over six :: I improvements, aldermen Ely, F, H. A OTIC E. .
and bad not coiled itself around the hand reading matter, bangs upon the polished adds to the many and Beach; on rules and ordinances, In Circuit Court of the SrraXi' Jdx&

,, the gentleman sprang up and managedto woodwork of the saloon walls, showingthat chase that adorns the Beach, Ely and Morrison Circuit of the Stara'01 Flar: evade its bite. It was supposed to have Mr. Wallace is a man of letters as gentleman's mentioned were referred to street County, AI D. 1889.-Li C Aaaoay.Albert
got Into the railway 'car while at the siding well as a man of business. The "bridal second he has killed for action and report at next I I
M. Field
at Howrah and quietly ensconced chamber," as Mr. Wallace called it, is hopes to exterminate meeting. 1
itself behind the cushions of the carriage situated in the front portion of the boat whenever he can get LeahrettaC.vs. Field J> Divorce '

.\ at. What think ye of this state of af- and is a little gem of a stateroom. The i Meeting of County Com the bill in said suit beinzfikd MA
j f airs in the interior of India, Indian Riv- *
kitchen is in the stern end of the boat i missioners. due proof made, as appears by toe aSlant -
A rattlesnake killedat
erites large was
and is in its .
complete every arrangement.Mr. Honorable oi to the sboror
Board of County Com- complainant same,
Eau Gallie.on Saturdav, but it would .
Wallace his wife and salatate
expects family of
oners for Brevard State of that the said defendant resides oat
be "placed in the shade" the immense county,
ny The Carleton '
with some friends, to arrive on the river met to canvass the wet and > it is hereby4oniered that a berin;
deadly snakes of India.
i. .. soon after the holidays, when they will Mr. Henry held December 10th, 1889. Mem- .be had on the facts charged in said lam **
all take a pleasure trip on his delightful I present, Robert Morrow the first Monday in ApriL A.B. 1S90,vA
([Wednesday) chairman
THE CRONIN CASE. i house-boat. He says the boat was built M. Sanders, and A. J. Carter that said LeahretU C.Field do ar .

The verdict in the Cronin case has at For comfort, not for speed, and that is S. T. Lipscomb's A. A. Stewart, clerk and James EL fore said court on or before said ArAlaD-
last been given. The jury came to their just( what one wants when they make a ilyer-platea harness sheriff thereby, da'y'in April, 1890, and plead or aDm to
? ; ., constituting a .
the",Indian aid bill and defend tfc saia* **
decision on Monday, which was as follows cruise on River-go slowly Miss G. Ely spent board. The returns then against
: "We, the jury, find the defendant, and see all of-the many beauties. Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. as follows: were: the facts charged therein and to do farther

r John:F. Beggs not guilty. We, the jury, Wallace has spent a great many winterson I Turkey Creek grove. WET DRY and receive what said court shallin ctfB&Jf
: find the defendant, John Kunze, guilty Indian River, and he says that he ". said cause.
We to bear WET. DRY. lIih
I regret MAJ. JLU. this
of Done at Chambers at Tavares
works about months the
ten out
? -of manslaughter as charged in the indictment year ruff is ill at 1 8 28 0 20
and fix his punishment in the penitentiary and plays the other two months while at her ailment seriously being 2 74 28 46 0 lay of December A. D.1S39.
for three years. We, the his winter home on Merritt's Island.Eau Joit A t. t
jury A Sunday School 9 24 0 15 J ndge of the Circuit Court of FJo rida" rand
find defendants Daniel U lhlin. Pat-
.. 6 12 6 6
0 for the Seventh Judicial Groat.
at Melbourne Beach,
Tick O'Sullivan and Martin Burke
; guilty 7 11 1 10
0 ALBERT F. 41
church: will be next ,
of murder in the and form Gallic.
as 9. 5 8 0 3 35 perk, Juno Fb-
*",charred 'In the indictment, and fix thepenalty Miss Bertha Cook, 7 11 0 j
Not much from Eau Gallic 4
at imprisonment in the peniten- lately. Is stopping with Capt. 0 .26 0 26 YOUNG ORANGE GulL r
tuury for the term of their natural lives' den, of Eau Gallie. 8 9 0 4

After- fee verdict was given the Ger- Mr. John Mellor is repainting house main for a year, and ,_ 9 0 9 0 1 Veil located on Indian RiTer; J1S1 ' bonze. gave vent to deep sobs, and improving his grounds. A party from 1 7 0 6 Wea
r while Ooughlin, O'Sullivan and Burke Mr. Messenger, of Rochester, N. Y., last week for breath netlOperflfentnow. ,
tnnrtd deathly pale. O'Sulivan, also IS on a visit to Capt. Bennett. ladies were taken ac 144 14871 75 Bargain. Answer quiet.Buckturf.
,ought refuge in tears but a moment or land-car the &
*,ta later fee gave a glance of defiance Mr. John McAllister is still occupied three minutes.J. a majority of 4 dry. The rotes ABB SEA, Hex 2M,TlTCsnu.- .-' .
artesian wells at different Gallie were counted informally
around liw court-room inking points ;
McAllister has
on Indian Rirer. 16 for and 12 against-a majority SKIIMI.H tI ,
.. ,TJw s of the pressare_ various wells for Arnold wet -which were thrown out
it fee. United States, and some\ We are very sorry to report the illness begins this week on of irregularity of said returns on the ac- In good state of repair, for Safc C1 P--

.tfcft,verdict not altogether salisi" of,the:popular captain of the.Raraona Washburn of the being as follows: "Whole number App! to

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e to Ta Irrrr.j MLand and Grove* for Sale. ,EDWARD. STUJNG. ALBERT A.'TAYLOR.. .: i

1'Ite taX boob for'188 will be\at thajegsfl Having three places on and near the tSTJLXNG
place*on the: days mentioned be= Indian River, I will sell any two of themin : c T..A.-Y-L..OB.. f-
order 9 :
to better
) f: improve the other. '
BEOOND BOUND..Fnday. They are as follows: 12J acres on Mermt -
aa1lIe...;.-...,. 13th 's Island, quarter of a mile south of Cocoa, Indian River, Florida, $. t
Geo ...........Saturday, Ie 14th Merritt postoffice, $600 10 acres,two ,.:- .
,............-Monday, I' 16th miles northwest of Titusville, with 5W DEALERS IN .; '
tt, ................. 17th six-year-old! orange. trees, in good condition .
roint, ....Wednesday18th occupying almost half of the
t' ..............Thursd*. 19th ground, $ ,500;. 10 acres, quarter of a'
teGrange, .............Friday IC,. 20th mile north of LaGrange pbstoffice-with Hardw.are Stoves
lIsaloTer..............Saturda). 21st 500 twelve-year-old orange trees, in fine Crockery Tinware1
O& ITe;;[..............Monday.IC 23rd condition, occupying about half of the J ,
)telboarne,...............Wed'sday 13th 10 acres, with a good crop of fruit. This
E. W. HALL,Tax Collector. last is the north half of the Kentucky I AND AGATE-WARE. u
grove. Address, Jerome Twichell, LaGrange 1i
IVOTICE.ft Fla. Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, c
ft At of Brevard County: The New Discovery.You =c::=> TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY?; 1
the commis-
Hiring been appointed by
..jooea said county to represent her at have heard your friends ana neighbors Plumbers' and Mill \ '
jla Snb-Tropicel Exposition at Jackson- talking about it. You may yourself BARBED WIRE .1
jille.which opens on January 9th, 1890, be one of the many who know from personal "
and knowing the resources of the county as experience just how good a thing it is. If Supplies,
I do.I hare no hesitancy in saying that I you have ever tried it you are one of its WIRE NETTING l
fcDT believe, with a hearty co-o eration of staunch friends, because the wonderful ,
t&e people,we will not only make the bestexhibit tiling about it is, that when once given a Doors Sash Blinds i
but will capture the capital prize trial, Dr. King's New Discovery ever after and WIRE CLOTH
of|1,000. It will be impossible for me to holds a place in the house. If you have t
, and every producer; I therefore never used it and should be afflicted with a .
earnestly request everyone who has anything cough,or any Throat, Lung or chest trouble BRICK, LIME, CEMENT) th Gr-l.p.s: ;
worthy of exhibition to write me. secure a bottle at once and.give it a fair
\ftit we Kant is a full exhibit of the pro- trial. It is guaranteed every jime,or money AMMUNITION
diuti of the county. We do not ask as a refunded. Trial bottles free at Dixon & SHINGLES and LATH. .f
donation we will pay a fair price for all Gray's drugstore. 24. FISHING TACKLE.
uti deL io the ladies dove especially
Jd1 for some of their domestic work. Choice Orange Lands For Sale. Ship Ca : f
R. P. PADDISON, ,ndleryGoods: ; _
Commissioner. Three desirable tracts of high hammock
land, located on east side of East Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com-.
Tbe First Step. Indian Riyer. Tract No. 1 contains pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.
56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of halfa ;
ctal Perhaps ilP,you can't are think run, can't downn't do anything eat, mile on the river about eighteen acres Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets. 1
cleared and
a bearing grove nursery of
satisfaction and wonder what
oili lo par joa. You should heed you the warning, large trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74- ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITY. 'n
100 acres, with a frontage of fiveeighthsof
the first Nervousp.c.tration.
takin o
pa are \:ou need a Nerd Tonic and a mile on the river, about six acres Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and
In Electric Bitters you will find the exact cleared, a small grove and many trees in estimates furnished promptly.
rsacdj for restoring your nervous system bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100
loin normal,healthy condition. Surprising acres, with a frontage of one-fourth of a STILING & TAYLOR.,
i molts follow the use of this great Nerve mile on the river which is about four
Took and Alterative. Your appetite refcras miles in width. These lands are not un-
good digestion is restored, and the derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.QLIVEiR1 (
liter and Kidneys resume healthy action. would plant a grove for his own
Try a bottle. Price 50c., at Dixon&Gray's use on land so underlaid. Perfectly :: & :S'tJDGE
drag store. 24. healthy, free from fog, malaria and frost. ';'
Eight minutes walk from house to ocean
We,the undersigned,agree to five the beach. .
I amount set opposite our severa For further particulars' inquire of Dealers in
foe the purpose of building a Methodist Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston,
Church in Titusville. Further subscrip- Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, agent, Geor-
I tkmi respectfully solicited. Contributions gianna, Fla. GEORGIA PINE LUMBER:
BIT be handed S. H. Ray. Methodist ,
. Hkion Board, $400; S. H. Ray, $100;
loo. 11. Dixon $).00; B. R. Wilson, TITUSVILLE SHINGLES AND LATHS.
1150;S.F.Gray,$5.00; Geo. B. Rumph, '.t'
115.00; Geo. F. Duren, $5.00; J. A. "
Killer,$5.00; Ed Rainey $2.50; W. P.13atcbett COMMERCIALInstitute. G-ENfER..A.L: .A.R.D"V'V AR.E '
$5.00: H. F. Atkinson $5.00; ; .
; P. Turner $10.00; A. A. Stewart.
i tiaOO; II. B.. erse y $2.00; A.J. :Mitch-

en Iiagrader,110.00,;$1.00 F. ''U.; Equitable Villeret, 1.00 Life; Assur-G. M, Sash, Doors and Blinds ; ysTinware, and Crockery.Refrigerators .

tace .Company, $3.00; E. L. Brady
Cah$10.00 C.P. cott.$5.00j Will Open for active work Monday,
0. JUUyebber, $5.00.IVOTICE.. the 2nd day of December. All Students ,
I desiring; to enter this, the 1st Class, will
uotify the Principal at once. Terms as Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, r
November 30th 1889. / Fall Commercial Course of Book-Keeping,
and Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire
etc. including Penmanship Screen Doors.
Xotice is hereby given that the following- Mathematics f 30 00 r .
lamed settler has tiled notice of his intention Books, paper, pens ink,etc., for same 8 50 -"
to make final proof in support of his Penmanship complete course, 5 00 '
Balm,and that said proof will be made be- Mathematics Payments,to per be month made,,cash one-balf down for 3 any 00 POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. :; .,::i;;.
fore A. A.Stewart, Clerk Circuit Court, at branch. Money for text books, copy books, etc, .
TitaiTille;Fla.,on January 28th,1890,viz: cash In full For further particulars apply to TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.. i ,
Clinton V. Honeywell,Canaveral, Fla., II. E. H. SCOTT Titusville, Fla.
E.Ko. 18265 for lot S, Sec. 1, TI' 23 S., R. -
37E. Mr. Scott will &
I Renames the following witnesses to prove I and December 1st !
i Discontinuous residence u cultivation
, of,said land, viz: henry Wilson, I PIONEER
Emory Cronin, Geo. M. Quarterman,
t Artlrar Franklin, all of Canaveral, Fla. Syrup
R.' 34 Register. Gauged to ,l-


r Nov. 30th, 1SS9, /
Xotice 1$hereby given'that the following- Ilonoy barrels : :
s named settler has tiled notice of his intention .
to make final proof in support'of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before -
A.A.Stewart Clerk Circuit,Court, atlrrtnsrill and all kinds of <
Fla, on January 28th,1890. viz:
William J. Minis of La Grange, Fla., H. T.
E.15637 for the lot 3 of section 19, Tp. 36
8..of R.41 E. LaGrange; b
He names the following witnesses to
bore his continuous residence upon, and
I j. cultivation of, said land, viz: Eugene P.
1 oulard,of Ankona, Fla.; John F. Bell,
of St.. Lude Fla.; C E. Chaffee, of An.t f
:. Lena,.Fla; John Q. Iluggins, of Titus .. ;
t 84 Register.
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f' Indian River LandANP "
; Bo s' iron axle i't
wood axle

Sot1 Ocxas/EDfviay, Wire$2.50 wheel ,

ROCK LEDGE_ FLA. Wire wheel
f We are opening in our fine Hotel a Land $3 '
f Office. We think that many of the thousw Wire wheel : : ; :
i x of strangers that stop with ps will beuule AO.Oj -
to bUT property if It is presented to Wire wheel
ai; and our facilities are such that we ears, 84
*lak we can be of great service both to wheel :
i *U<...and buyers. years, $},50
Correspondence solicited.

-& J.. M. LEE & BRO. We





Containing*Seven and One-Third .A.t :

: A of!. Land fronting BESIDENOE IndtaaRoomy .

JPiniabed.. Also a Three Boom .L. ,.
vrrAG E and Outbuildings, One of GOODS ..f l

t e-:\desirable. places in Bock, Ledge C .. ,

er Price,tew, etc,apply to 4CW6 : : :
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6 \:f ,, THE FLORIDA? STAR, THURSDAY,, DEC.. 19, ,1889. :

CommIssioner's Sale. in township 20, south range 35 east legal hours of sale, and will be continued -
from day till day till all said landsare THE GLORY OF
NOT DIWS HORSE bounded as folloWS: Commencing at a MAN
Under and by.virtue of an order of point on the east boundary line of a sold. '

the Honorable John F. Whit, Judgeof Spanish Grant patented to the heirs o f Dated this 2nd day of December,1889 STRENGTH VITALITYHew
the Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial Michael Lazarus and ROBERT MORROW,
Joseph Delespine
' Forrest Argues the Identity of the Circuit of Florida, in and for Hamilton John Drysdale June, 23d A. D. 1874, 52 33. Commissioner. Lost How RoTH

county, I will, on the 6th day of January chains and 28 links south of the Peter: =
t Quadruped A. D. Ib90sell at public outcry to Fauchard Grant, running from said I,

the highest bidder, for cash, the following point south 73 west, 54 chains and 22 PARKER'8HAIR OFD IE

t THAT BORE OBONIH TO HIS DOOM. I lands Sheffield, belonging late of to said the estate of of links to land owned by Henry G. Street, and BALSAMCleanses beautifies the hair.
Pliney county
thence south 11 east along the eastern Promotes a luxuriant growth.
I Hamilton, deeceased: boundary line of lands owned by Henry Never Fails to Bettor Gray
The Attorney Hake a Bold Plea for Hair to its Yerthful Color.
Lot No. 1, 2 and 3, section 26, lot 4, G. Street and Thaddeus Street to the venti DaiKlrail and hair falling KNOWrKM
Hurke and Controverts the Evidence ,f__Me.and $t.eo at Dntvteinta.MASON .
I section 25, lot 4, section 24, lot 1, sec- boundary line separating aforesaid I
.Against Him-He Assert That Nothing tion 36, all in township 37, south of Grant from the lands patented to William HAl\ILIN,1 I THE SCIENCE OF LIFE

8u Keen Proved Against HI range 40 east, containing 39641100acres Garvin, thence easterly along the & Scientific the Errors: of SUa Youth Urf,!" ematnrs Popular Dedtae!rat2leEy. won

Client*-Luther.Laflln Mill Next. ; lot 3 section 30 township 37 south boundary line between the aforesaid ORGAN & PIANO CO., .I and Physical Debility Impurities of the frooResitting fetes..

At the of of range 41 east, containing 40 10-100 grants to the eastern line of the grant,
Dec. 13. opening
acres; the southeast } section 15, town- thence northerly along the eastern BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO. i I INEW i .
the Cronin trial Mr. Forrest resumed his ship 32, south range 39 east, containing boundary line of the :grant to the placeof r I Ii

address to the jury in behalf of the de- 160 acres; the northwest J of northeast beginning containing 303 G3-100 Contains a five octave, 9-top I i .

r fense. He began with a iong argumentto 1, section 14, township 32, south range acres, more or less. The following described I action, furnished in a large and

show that the horse which drew Dr. 39 east,containing 40 acres; lots 1,2 and lands situated in township 20, MODEL: walnut handsome Price case$89 of solid cash;black and from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Exrma.

Cronin away to his death was notDinan's 4, section 22, township 31, south range south range;; 34 east, bounded as follows -. ? _. \ also sold 011 the Easy Hire SysUKls Overtaxation Enerrain Ue .aDd unmtiD?me iiCSt
for Work, Busineit
lots southwest of tem at $I:.3j per quarter, for. a.rr.edor&cial Relatiian
white horse.- 39 east,,containing 112 75-100 acres; Commencing at the corner Aroid unakJlf pretenders. Possess thiatmt
when beSTYLE
At the ternoon session Mr. Forrest 1, 3, 4 and 5, section 4, township 31, lands owned by Thaddeus Street, running : ten comes quarters the property ol organ pets('n- work. It contains 3i>0 paces,ford 6m, BeastiM

r gave his attention to the case of Martin south range 39 east, containing 150 59-100 } from thence north 11, west 52 2344.MASON hiring. I, mail binding,postpaid embottHJ.concealed fell plain Price wraps only: ,er.SLM p.?
Burke. There was nothing suspiciousin acrejs lots 3, 4 and 5, section 6, and lot chains and 27 links along the western l tratire Prospectus Free,if TOO apply DOW TW
Burke's movements subsequent: to 2, section 7, except ten acres supposedto boundary line of lands owned by Thad- : distinguished the author AND,Wm. IL Parker.: M.DL TWceired
May 4. Not a word of evidence had be owned by Jas. Pritchard, all in deus Street and Henry G. Street,thence Handinl i from the National IHedieaJ JEWELLED 1rm.riatl iw
been introduced at the trial to show that township 30 south, range :39 east, con- south 73, west 58 chains and 41 links, I '"::;The triD ert Mason invented& and pat. this PRIZE ESSAY on NEKTOHI urf '
Burke was in the Carlson cottage on the taining 145 90-100 acres; lot 5, section thence south 11, east 52 chains 27 linksto entrd by Mason & Hamlin ia | of PHYSICAL Assistant Physician DEBILTTYJE.ParkersBdanrM be .
night of May ,. The method of identi- I 14, township 29 south, range 3S east the north line of Lands patented to &; .J.. 1SSJ, is used in the Macon: & i dentially, by mail or In may persoji the ooh f>*at:
fication of Burke"in WinniDeg, he said, II AM LINPIANOS. Hamlin pianos exclnivt-ly. Re 1.j jpmarkdble TIlE PEABODY MEDICAL PST ITtYV
i containing acres; lot 3, section 14, William Garvin thence easterly along i
refinement of teas ;
showed that the state No. 4 BalJlocb Sr..
f unfair and Beeto..3laea..ID.1Jorders
was of hU really being the township 29, south range 38 east, containing the boundary line of lands patented to I and phenomenal capacity to j for books or letters for advice shoeld U
no hopes I section 10 the heirs of Delespiue Michael stand in tune cbaractrrizeI j directed u aboT.
man that hired JIartinsen to haul the 75 7U-100 acres; lot-l. Joseph I these instruments. i ,
furniture, or even that it was Burke township 29 south, range 3S east, con Lazarus and John Drysdaleand William I
who rented the.cottage.O'buJlI"au' I I ; Garvin to the place of beginning, the II I Indian River Steamboat Co. 1@
I section
h cuuuviulion of Cronin I same being a part of a Spanish Grant POPULAR STYLES ORGANS: : AT 22. !
OSullivan'i reported declaration that containing 53 92-100 acres; lot 2, section patented June 23rd, A. D. 1874 to the $32.50, $6Q. $78, $9O, AND: UI'. :'chrtlules in effect MAY 12, 1881

Cronin was a BritLh: spy and ought to :; 31, township 24 south, range 37 east, heirs of Joseph Delespine, Michael Laz- STEAMER ST. LUCIE. a
{' be killed might have been made the attorney 1 I containing 46 acres; Rice place, beginning arus and John Drysdale, the same being Organs and Pianos sold for Cash, Easy |I Leaves TITUSVILLE-. tt a m "S

1 continued What of it? Would I at southwest corner of southwest the south half of a tract of land set off Payments, and Rented. Catalogues' free. f Arrives at Melbourne............12 Boon
not every true Irish patriot who believed ,, t of southwest i of section 14, township to Cecelia Dufan by the circuit court of 32-4t. b
' a man to be a spy make such a remark? I. 24, south range 37 east, running north the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida, con- Returning: ,

He might not commit murder but he 70 yards, thence east 420 yards, thence taining 303 62-100 acres. Lot 1, section NEW DRUG STORE Leaves Melbourne.12 noon .
would very freely give utterance to such : south 70 yards to southeast corner of! 6, towuship 20 south, range 35 east, containing Arrive at Tituaville: ................. 6pm ;
f a declaration tnd, therefore, there was : southwest J of southwest i, thence west 40 acres, more or less town lot Above dasslr except unday.
I.nothing significant in the declaration if ;, of Titusville described follows Has on band a Fine Assortment of
} along the sectiou line to point begin- in as : commencing STEAMER GEORGIANA, 3
O'Sullivan made it. '
Mr. Forrest closed his speech with an ning, containing 6 acres; English place, at the southwest corner of block FRESH DRUGS.Also. Leaves TituMrille 5Junda and Thur- '
stake 110 yards from 15 and north 130! feet to dividingline -
appeal t.> the jury to acquit his clients commencing at a run days direct for Jupiter. 3
because nothing bad been proved against the northeast corner of northwest } of between McCrory and Titus land SPECIFIC REMEDIES.GUARANTEED :>a
them beyond a reasonable doubt. southwest } on sub-division line betweenthe thence turning at an angle of 90 and TO CURE the Diseases for which STEAMER WHITE
The court adjourned till Friday, when : east half and west half of northwest I running east along the south boundary they are Recommended.1F Leaves Melbourne )InnJlI9tdsft..

i Luther Laflin Mills will begin. 1 section 14, township 24, south range line of McCrory and Titus land 99 feet, AFTER USLXG ANY OF THEM, YOU days and Fridays on the arrival of the t)
I 37 east, run north 7646', west 495:yards thence turning at an angle of 90 and ARE :NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT, steamer St. Lucie.

Reinforcements for MaJ. Wluman. j jr : more or less, to the section line dividing run south across Titus lot 130J feet to YOUR MONEY: WILL BE CHEERFULLY RE Returning:
BERLIN. Dec. 13.-A strong detachment sections 14 and 15, thence south along Main street, thence turning: an angle of FUNDED.: Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturday
,, of soldierswith a full complement : said sub-division line 605 yards, more or 90 and run west 99 feet to place of be- We have no cure-alls, but a dif- $533" C'Hlneetion i i" made at TUusriUe

of officers, has been dispatched from J less, to the sub-division line between : ginning, containing t acre, more or less. ferent Remedy for Each Claims of DiseaseFor with trains of the J., T. & K. W. System
Berlin for Zanzibar to augment Maj.Wissmanfo I I the northwest 1 of southwest } and Southwest } of northwest I section 26, Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart to and from all points North and at 1
command sufficiently to enable I I southwest } of southwest t, thence at an township 21, south range 34, contain and Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and Jupiter with daily stage for Juno ((3
him to carry out the new work to I of 90 east 440 yards less ing 40 northeast \ of southeast } also Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm
which he has been assigned in the inter- I angle more or acres; miles) where connection is made with }
I of northwest of secticM 22 township 21 south 34 Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin.
: est of German in Africa. to southeast ,corner 1 range the steamer "Lake Worth for all landings ;
progress .I southwest J, thence at an angle of 90 east\containing acres; northeast } of Give them a trial and you will not be on Lake Worth.W. .

Andrew Carnegie'. Big ..e.CoXNELLSYiLLE. I run 550 yards, more or less, north on I northwest 1 section 22, township 21, disappointed. B. \\.A TSOS. Superintendent.

Pa., Dec 13.-Andrew sub-division line of northeast J of south- south range 34 east, containing 40 acres; J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass Agent
; and northwest of southwest } southeast of northwest 1 section 24
Carnegie has purchased 1,500acres' west 1, } J TITUSVILLE, FLA. 4. I D. F. JACK. General Manager.
of coal land in the Connellsville coke I! of section 14, to place of commencement township 21 south, range 34 east, containing ;
region, paying for it $300,000. The land .I all in section 14, township 40 acres; southeast I of south- -------- -

lies midway between hejre and Union- 1'24, south range 37 east, containing 50 west 1 section 12: township 21, south $1.000 Fe>r On.1y 81.

.. town and was bought from Henry G.I I acres, more or less; Saunders place, commencing range 34 east,containing! 40 acres; northwest -
Davis Charles F. Mayer and Osman 246 3-10 feet north from northeast } of southeast 1 section 12, township Ten Thousand Dollars in Souvenirs to be Given! Aiay

Latrobe. corner of west i of southwest } of 21, south range 34 east, containing On the Grand Qpening of the

A Rise In Coal In .\u.tri*. I, section 14, township 24, south of range 40 acres; northeast 1 of southwest i sec-
LONDON, Dec. 13.-owing to the pre- j 37 east or sub-division line, from thencerun tion 12, township 21,south range 34 east, FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION,
vailing strikes in the colliery districts of I west 77 44', north 440 yards, more containing acres; northwest J of south THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Austria the price of coal has risen enormously I or less, to section line, thence run northon west J section 12, township 21, south Llt of I'riaeaNo. 9,1890.Partial .

throughout the empire. subdivision line 112 feet, mere or range 34 east, containing 40 acres south Valuation.
less, thence run east at an angle .of 90 J of southeast J section 14 and north i 1. Certified check ..4UW

NUGGETS OF NEWS. 420 yards, more or less, to subdivisionline : of northeast } section 23, township 21, 2. Knabe upright piano ebonized case,engraved panels with stool and scarf; 6W)
thence south on said subdivisionline south range 34 east containing 160 acres;;
4 3. Parlor suite, five pieces magnificent brocatelle. with silk plush trim-
Aunt Mary Tyler, the original of to point of commencement, said description Conley place, southeast J of southwest I Itt
mings follows One sofa in cotta large ladies'easy chair
as : one
"Mary Had a Little Lib, died in ,
all the section 32 21 south 35
intending township
to convey range
in olive large gents chair in blue large reception chairin
Somerville Mass., aged 83.> one easy one
lands owned Robert Morrow 40 of south-
JasperMartin slashed Frank Brad- formerly by east,containing acres; west 1 olive, one large reception chair in old gold._._.._ 250?

ford, of Lawrence county, Alabama, lying between lands sold to Robert west 1 of southeast } section 32, town- 4. Pair diamond ear drops, best quality....................... ..... 250
i Ixteen times with a knife while chasing Morrow by M. E. English and a 20 acre ship 21, south range 35 east, containing- 5. Walnut bedroom set, eight pieces French beveled mirrors............_.- 2DQ
him along the road, when Bradford lot sold Roger by John Ira Sanders, 10 acres; southeast i of southwest J section 6. Set Haviland French china, decorated, 12-6 pieces.............- 160
finally drew His revolver and shot Martin containing 10 acres, more or less; lot 4, 5, township 21, south range 35 east,
7. Gents' diamond .............. IS
section 9 township 22 south 37 E. containing'40 Armer place at LaGrange
dead. range acres; 8. Gents' magnificent gold watch and chain................................._.... 125
The Indians on the Great Sisseton containing 62 acres, more or less; Carlin as follows: commencing at the 9. Elegant French china dinner set 149 pieces. 100
reservation, in South Dakota, voted to place, south J of southwest}, section 31, southeast corner of the northeast } of ---
10. Lady's gold watch and chain, solid gold, very fine.............. S3
township 21 south 37 southwest i of section 29 township 21
sell of land east
1.990,000 acres at $5 per range con- 12. Music box, ten ._....._ 75
1 acre, throwing this large tract at once taining 80 acres, more orless; northeast south range 35 east, thence running west 13. Parlor folding bed .. 63
open to settlementMASTER'S i of northwest } section 32, township 21, with the variation of the section line cherry ..
14. Antique oak hat rack, diamond, French beveled mirrors-.........._...-
south 36 20 .chains thence north 10 chains
containing 40
.. .' c SALE. range east, acres; L9,9S6 other souvenirs, aggregating...................................... ............ $(;,863:
lot 1, section 19, township 20, south thence east 31 25-100 chains, thence

Under and virtue of afinal decreeIsgtdug range 36 east, containing 69} acres, more south 25, east 60-100 chains, thence
j 20,000 Souvenirs in all, amounting to.-..................$9SXMS
north 5 chains
less north southeast thence south
out of the Honorable Circuit or ; } i and southwest east 37i, : Only 20,000 Ticket Sold at 1.00 Each.
Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of .i } of southeast 1 section 2, town- 23, east 90-100 chains, thence west Committee to award souvenirs: Goy..Geo. F. Drew. Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, W.

the State of Florida in and for Brevard ship 22, south range 34, containing 120 223, south 94-100 chains, thence west A. MacDuff, J. R. Tyson, A. W. Co<.*kerill, jr., T. T. Stockton, T- S. '\\ I=r.h.
4 county, dated the fifth day of October acres; northeast \ of southeast } section 25, south 3 21-100 chains, thence west See Sunday's Time-Union for full list of souvenirs.
A. D 1889, In a certain cause in Chan 31 and north } of southwest 1 and south- 636-100 chains, thence south 265-100 Tickets good for admission to rand opening of the Exposition.All .

cery therein depending, wherein James west 1 of southwest i section 32, town chains, thence west 5 chains, thence orders for tickets should be rent to W. B. BABNKTT President of tie
Pritchard and William M. Brown,under ship 21 south 35 south to the place of beginning contain- ,
range containing National Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville Fla., accompanied by the moD y?*
the firm name and style of the Indian
160 acres; southeast } of northeast i ing 32 62J-100 acres, more or less. $1? for each ticket.

River tl B. Bank Morton, are and complainants Frank M. Morton and Hat-her section 31, township 21, south range 35 Also one-third undivided interest in Send to the Secretary for a full list Souvenirs. AentsYanted..

husband? and J.II. Foster and Mary, P. east, containing 40 acres; southwest 1 of the following described lands: East J of $6,000 IN PREMIUMS OFFERED FOR COUNTY AND INDIVIDUAL

Foster, his .wife, are defendants, and northwest J section 32, township 21, southwest i section 5, township 34',south DISPLAYS. Send for CuII liit.
thirty days having passed since the date south range 35 east, containing 40 acres; range 40 east, containing 80 acres Twen All County and Individual Exhibits addressed to Director-Central, Sb-TrvpicsLExpotitwn

of, said decree I will, as special masterin northeast \ of southwest } section :28, ty-nine acres (29) off of the north part Jacktonville, Fla., will be transported Free by all lines in this
chancery, sell at public sale to the township 21, south range 35 east, containing of lot 4 and the east half of the south- State. Send to the Secretary for printed tags. All space free.B. .
highest and best bidder for cash in front 40 acres; east J of northwest J west J of northeast i section 1, township F. DILLON: Presdt. JA.S. S .
of the Court House door in Titusville, of southwest } section 2S, township 21, 32, south range 39 east, containing 49 __-SCUOIACllKK_ Tre *. S. A. ADAMS_....JC1ydE
BrevarU county Fla.. on the sixth day south range 35 east, containing 2) acres; acres in all; lots 1 and 2 section 3, --
of January A, D. 1S90, the same beln's northwest J of southeast i and south township 31, south range 39 east containing } S1e; YY"' sJiip: Ce>.
the first Monday in the month and a legal west 1 of northeast section 17, town- 79 45-100 acres; lot 3 section 3 f

sale day between the legal hours of ship 21, south range 35 east, 80 acres, and lots 1 and 4 section 10, township 31 New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.
sale, all that certain lot or piece of land. less 5 acres sold to C. D. Puryear, containing south range 39 east, containing' -I00

situate in the count of Brevard and 75 acres, more or less; southwest acres; lot 2 section 7, township 31, south
State of Florida, and described as follows I of northeast \ section 18, township 21, range 39, containing 40 acres; North, i

to-wit: south range 35 east, containing 40 acre*; Morel place, situated in township 20,
Commencing at a of point on the east line northwest i of northeast } section IS, south range 35 east, commencing at a I
3 one a prolongation hundred and five Washington feet south avenue of the township 21, south range 35 east, con- point on the east boundary line of a
k southeast Intersection of said Washington taining 40 acres; east of southeast 1 Spanish Grant patented to the heirs of
section 6 21 south Jo Delespine Michael Lazarus and
avenue and Orange street, as shownon township range 35 ,
H map or plat of the town of Titus- east,containing SO acres; east J of north John Drysdale June 23rd. A. D. 1S74,
r ville made by one J. Francis LeBaron east 1 section 6, township 21, southrange said point being the southeast corner of

tor Henry Titus, aud now on file in the 35 east, containing SO acres; east the Peter Fouchard Grant run south .
,, office of the clerk of the circuit court in J of northwest k section 6, township 21, 73'; west 52 chains and 27 links to land

and for Brevanl county and State of south range 35 east, containing SO acres: owned by Pliny Sheffield, conveyed to The Magnificent Steamships of this Line follows ?
Florida thence southwest of him W. H. and Sarah Gleason are appointed to sail as
running east parallel J northeast } section 1, by (Standard Time.
with the line of said Orange street to Indian township 21, south range 31 east, containing thence west 5 *chains and 22 links,south From Jacksonville to New York. From). e-
River, thence south along the mars 40 acres; northeast t of northwest 73', west to lands owned by Henry G. Tfl5DATS THURSDAYS oS 8U DA\"g. New York to JacksoaT 1
gin of said river titty-two and one-half 1 section 2, township 21, south Street and Timothy Street,thence northerly CALLING AT. C1URUSTOS-) Monday.wt dnadaJ.*Friday Ater s ltd
feet, thence west parallel with said south masse 34 east, containing 41 acres; southwest ] along said eastern boundary line of I''CHEROKEE YDL.StUlc, ,. Dee." 1. at 1100 a. m (CALLING U CBARLE9TOX' )

line of orange street to the east line of ; 1 of northwest } section 2, townShIP lands of Henry G and Timothy Street :>8DIC\OLE. Thursday TuHdu., 5.3. at at 2:00 1:00 p.P.In m DELAWARE IROQUOIS.: .. Friday Friday Dec.. tat!. as ue J... P T .s ,i

said Washington avenue, thence north 21, south range 31 east, containing 52 chains and 27 links to the northwest DELAWARE Sunday S at 5:00 a. m TDI.A.SSJE.., aloaday. .. t', at a- r" -
r along the said east line of said avenue .f\) acres; southeast i of southwest i corner of said Tyrants lands, thence east YEMASSEL IROQUOIS .- Tbundal, u" 13. at 1:00 a. m CI }!WKEE.t_' ,; II, s> JtIIi.. .
Sunday. U, at l"CQ .. m -_
fifty-two and one-half feet to the pm EMKOLE. 13 star 3M P
pointof ..
section 32 township 20 south 35 73 54 chains and 22 Jinks the CHEROKEE Tuesday, ..
beginning. Including also th 'build- range west to 17. at 11:0 a.m DELAWARESfciOXOLK.. Hot day. i. -SM. m :
e 'east, containing 40 acres; west I of southeast point of beginning, containing 30363-100 sEML oLE. Tbunday. 12. at 1:00 pm lROQUOL" It We4-LI7.: U. u 3.14 Pat
ing Ice-machine DELAWARE
ait boiler '
| Sunday 2'1. at 4:00 a m Y Isf L .. at S. Pas
) an'al|material and machinery necessary I section 31, township 20, south acres, more or less, the same being the IBOQtoIS SUDda,.. ... 71. at SOQ a III ciltIo&EE Friday Yoiihy. .. He t. at-ta P
to run the same as operated by the de- range 35 east.containing SO acres; lot 3, north half of tract of land set off to Sep- YXXASSEE -. Thursday. 26. at Tr..o pm Wed'yday. .. !i.U 3e+ P -
fendants herein. Terms cash. section 31. township 20, south range 35 tima Morel by the circuit. court of the 8X0LE.CHEROKEE., heyday$onday.. :31.:9. at at 10:00 1':00 a m DELAWARE, .9 1I01H1aT. is.; 'M i.1t1i sa'w r

... Witness my band Titusville,Florida, east, containing 47 acres north part lot 7th Judicial Circuit of the State of DELAWARE T'hnndar Jan :a. =it 1:00 P con DI UOQtO, a;;day. asxiuuraiauoa

this the 25th day of,Nov%A. p.1SS9..' 2, section 3$, township 20, south range Florida. IROQUOLS. Tlnuada3'._" ... _5._ a' 4:00 a. mF II
,. SEWARD F GRAY, 34 east containing 43J acres; north i of Said sale is ordered fQr distribution or; TI Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to i.

;1 SpecUUIaster in,Chancery. lot land3section6r township20.50uthran among the heirs of said deceased, and I... A. LESLIIfr Supt.. Jacksonville: T. 0.. EGUL Trains '(anaeer. i o"tiJtc Cress.Bs T"
.JO 'U 4t ATKINSON, e 35 east, containing 93 84-100 acres ] will be made before the Court House JOD HOWARD .F.A.,Jackeonrjne, F. it IBO 'YOaG E$ F P. .JicboatWa .
# -6t.'.., ,goltcftprs fur Complainant. The.following-described,land situated \ door in Titusville Florida, ,duri' the wx. P. CLYDE' tt CO.. General kiwi A Ce GI"Ma.e.0-. 1* South R'harTe.- PhUadelpl tta i p '.-.-.' ..
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l.. THE FLORIDA T.ARTHURSbA: .' DEC. 19. 1889. I .i

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.In addition to-'my very Complete THE' ,


Jacksonville, Fla. .


HOW? Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines 3

Bros. Pianos, Morris Pianc-Wilcox, &

"Can the world know a man has a good Before an intelligent, appreciative and White Organs a and Chicago Cottage
thing unless be advertises the possessionof Organs.'s
discriminating public, present ourselvesand
HAY & GRAIN, it. VAKDKRBILT. I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest ''
make our bow, announcing that we station High GradePIANOS. a

Schedules Effect Nov. 17, 1889. are candidate for their favors good
Trains of this line run on Central Stand- *
ard Time, and arrive and depart from theJ. Dry Goods & fiotionsLADIES' wishes mdash.

.T., & K. W. and S. F. & W. Union depot -
As blood is thicker than water, so is
India Fast 31 all.So. .
Vest a cash better than credit. We propose to
21" No' 14 wherever you live,and OR
12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m a we will ship a get out of the old ruts, and Sell our

2 136 30 p p BI m..Green.......--Palatka Cove Spring........;.....4 21 25: a a m m I fine instrument on IS Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

3 30 p nu..... ..Seville ..........3 02 a m Days' Test Trial in Cash. ORGANSFOR
413 p m..DeLand Junction..2 03 a m DRESS your own home:

4 23 p ffl..O/an City Junc..l 49 a m We handle a first-class line ofClothing
5 15 p m...........Sanford...........1 15 a ui
6 13 p m..........Orlando..........11 40 p m I 1 ,* LESS MONEY than any other toons m th.
! 7 20 p m..........Kissimmee.10 50 p m GOODS United States. I Will ship a Piano or Organ to
.. .. ........... any honest man or woman rn trial, and U not
, 10 13 p w.... Tampa 7 30 p m satisfactory I will pay freight both "I," $25
10 45 P m..Ar Port Tampa Lv.. 6 301> m cash and $10 a month on a Piano and J,0 t each aid
. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between ANDMILLINERY. NO CASH REQUIREDUntil $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
more than ordinary rent. On theM liberal
t York J Tampa daily. No 27 Both Ready-made and to Order. very
1ev :u, stops have tested and Our terms anyone can own a Instrument. bend for
4 Kissimmee for Nos. 14 and 27 you freight FREE CATALOGUE containing information.
at suppe both ways if instrument fails to please in either f
connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steamship style,price or quality. Ours the risk,yours only heet Music Strings,Violins, Banjos, Guitars Ac-
Line for West and Havana. to give fair and full test, and buy if ful y pleased. OurGents' cordeons, and in fact, every Musical Instrumentthat
Key Ships is made and at very low prices. Send for complete .
011 from Port Tampa on Mondays and Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied Music at 10 cents'per copy.

connects at Palatka Junction with the Flor- by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL i Furnishing Department A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5
ida Southern Railway. PLAN, first introduced in the South by us. Fair
est method of sale possible,and a great benefit to 'If any dealer says he has the W.L.Don 15
tr TRAINS BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND those at a distance who cannot visit our ware-rooms Is Complete. Nobby Hats from Shoes without name and price stamped ot
4 DELAND. the bottom put him down as a frau .

LT DeLand No30 No32 No34 No36 No38 ALL RISK SAVEDBy first-class hands and Shoes to suit the .

Junction-4:45p 8:50a 12:35p 2:20p 4:15p GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS most fastidious. Trunks Valises and
this trial and
q plan, purchasers absolutely : ,
Ar DeLand 440a 9:10a 12:50p 2:35p 7:05p sured perfect instruments at the very lowest ...
No31 No33 No35 No37 No39 possible cost. Selling only the best instru- Hand Satchels, too low to quote. .
ments made, that will stand the most severe and .
LT DeLand3:40a 8:20a 11:30a l:52p 3:50p comprehensive tests,we do not fear to send them out For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can- .
Ar Deland on trial and let them stand solely on their merits.

1 Junction.335a 8:-lOa l:45a 2:07p 4:10p PIilTHTWf1ulUIfllliu proval.All we ask No is suit the,no privilege pay. Our of shipping freights if on we fail.ap- not be excelled in the county. t? .

Trains 38 and 39 run daily. Nos. 30 =y:

and 31 run on Mondays, Wednesdays and EASY TO BUY We earnestly ask an inspection of our ...
Fridays only. Nos. 34 and 35 run to and : v* i t
} from Beresford on Mondays, Wednesdays From us by correspondence. No matter whether Goods before buying elsewhere.J. .: ;:.
vou live either ten or a thousand miles from u* :
; and Fridays. All others daily except Sun- We ship to all Southern States. Our system is ias
day. perfect. Prices in plain print and alike to'all. W. Rogers & Co.
Hats One price only. No more, no less. Large
South Florida Accommodation.No. Discounts from makers prices. All competition -
23. No.: 66. m-t. Complete outfits free. All freight 1- ,
J .,
paid. Easy installments. Every inducement that :qv
SMa m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..f 15 p m any fair dealing house can offer.Wrta \
} 933 a m..Green Cove Spring..5 15 p in ; lt1

4 10 35 a m...........Palatka...:;/....4 25 p in Boots for Valuable Information. .)
11 39 a m..Seville .........-3 03 p in Catalogues, Circulars, Special S. H. RAY

k 12 30p m... DeLand Junction ...2 11 p m Fall QfTers-1889., Copy of new W. L. DOUCLASFth3
1' 12 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 03 p m Paper Sharps and Flats "

335pm.........Titusville..,......11 57 am SHOE OR
ALL FREE. Address
1 20 p m..Ar Sanford L.l 30 p m Shoes TITUSVILLE FLA. GENTLEMEN.
No 23 connects Bed In the world. Examine his
Daily except Sunday. 85.OO GENUINE HANI>-SK\VED SHOE.
Palatka with Florida Southern Hailwav.t ODDEN & BATES -J JCen'l 84.00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE.
Connection made also 'with Indian L 83 82.50. O EXTRA POLICE VALUE AND FARMERS'CALF KUOE.SHOE.

Hirer steamers at Titusville to and from 82.25 WORKTNGMAN'S SHOE.
HOUSE 82.00
s landing on Indian Riyer. Perfumery Jewelry Merchandise All made In Congress Button and Lace.

Jacksonville and Sanford Accommodation. ,, ,, SAVANNAH, CA. W. L. DOUCLAS

1'0.15 No. 78 STOR'E. S3 SHOE LADIES.FOR

8 35 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar-12 40 p m Cutlery MY SON .Beat Material. Best Style. Best Flttlnr.
3 33 p m..Green Cove Spring...Jl 37 a m It not W.sold DOUGLAS.: roar dealer BROCKTON.write MASS

a 4 30 p m.....!....Palatka .........10 45 a m Deal with the men who advertise. You Examine. $2 Shoes for
5 40 p raSeville. ..., ... 9 36 a m will never lose by it."-BEW. FRANKLIN. L.Douglas'|

6 S3 p m..._Deland.Junction... 8 44 a m Jff Write L & B. S. M. H. about it. -a I propose to keepFirstClass Gentlemen. ,
, 8 49 p m..0range City June... 8 30 a m Crockery Tin FOR SALE BY .

t 7 30 p m......Ar Sanford Lv..... 7 55 a m .
Dally except Sunday. A Stock C. J. HECTOR,
No.78 connects at Palatka Junction with
Florida Southern Railway. \ Melbourne, Fla.

I Sanford- and Lake Euslls Railway. Wood and -OFGROCERIES- For-Sale: :by ;

I X'0.81 No. 83 No. 80 No 82 U. D. HENDRICKSON,

I 7:40 pm 1MX a m..Sanford..8:10 a 1:10 p m Lake Worth, Fla.
8:01 H30 ra..Paola..7:59a 12:47 pmfc34 NOTICE.
t p ra a
p m 10:22 a m.8orrento734a 12:17 pal Willow Ware LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. FLA.,\ THE INTERNATIONAL
l S.4H p mlO:48 a m.M t Dora.:2"2a 12:03 pmfcOO Oct. 26th, 1889 /
n>> mll:10 a m.Tuvares..7:10a 11:50 pm :Notice is hereby given that the follow- TYPEWRITES f. '

Daily except Sunday. No. 18 connectsat GARDEN SEEDS, ing-named settler has filed notice of his
Sanford with West India.Fast Mail. No. I intention to make final proof in support .
i i 82 connects at Sanford with Jacksonville of his claim, and that said proof will be .
and Sanford: accommodation. for points made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit DRY GOODS

North. FERTILIZERS Court at, Titusville. Fla., on December ,
Indian River Express.No. 20th, 1889, viz: Alexander Forester, of
' 27 No 78 Titusville, Fla.. III]. No. 10249.! for the
12 40 p. nuLv.Jacksonville Ar..12 40 p m lot 1, Sec. I, Tp. 20, S. of J{. 35 E. NOTIONS

2 30 p in..........Palatka..11) 45 a m ETC., lIe names the following witnesses to ,

3 30 p m.........JSeville........... 9 36 a m prove his continuous residence upon,
4 13 p m..DeLand Junct oll... 8 44 a m and cultivation of, said land, viz: )h ns' Ladies' & Chi1lrens'SaOES.
4 49 p m........Enterprise.-...... 7 58 a ra I have added a Complete Line of Brock Revels of Titusville, Fla.; Henry -
.J.O pis....Ar Titusville Lv... 5 45 a ra Futck, of Shiloh. Fla.; Butler Camp- f
Daily except Sunday. Steamers UjaveTitusrille bell, George Hunt, of Haulover, Fla. '"
for all pointsto ALEXANDER LYNCH, tt.i': : ;
daily except Sunday, ; 'IiI"ilil.t'
Indian lUyer as far south as Melbourne FURNITUREI 29. Register. "''' \: .lir.i'\: '".\;;:-1;.,.iii1 iilUi.Io."d, ,. .!__ -

at 6:00 Steamers leave Melbourne
m. .
5:00 ALSOCROCKERY A strictly first-class machine. Fully
Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays at NOTICE.
warranted. Made from best
a m for all points south as far as Jupiter, LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE, FLA,\ very material
by skilled workmen, and with the
connecting then with stage for Juno and all Nov. 18th, 1889. / GLASSY/ARE
best tools
BEDS, that have ever been devised
Lake'Vor'b.JlalUnx .
landings on I Complaint having been entered at this for the pnrpose.arranted to do all

River Express. BEDDING, ETC.I office by George W. Storey against that can be reasonably expected of the '
No. 27 No. 78 James Booth, Jr., for abandoning his HARDWARE very best typewriter extant. Capable
12 40 p m...Lv Jacksonyille Ar12: 40 p m am Agent for the Celebrated homestead entry No. 14,234, dated May of writing 150 words per minute ormore.

2 20 1)m.....AT Palatka Lv.10 45 a m 16th, 18S4, upon the west i southwest AND .-according to the ability of the
2 60 p m.....Lv Palatka Ar,.... 9 35 p m Bangor Orange Box. j of section 25; and east i of southeast operator.

6 00 p m.......,.Ormond..u'...... 6 25 p m J of section 26, township 28 south, range Price, $100.00.
6 25! p m_Ar Davtoua Lv..... 6 00 a m Can supply them in car Iota or less on 37 east, in Brevard county, FlorHa, witha Ship Chandlery Goods) It there is no agent in your town, address

Daily except Sunday, short notice Terms made. view to the cancellation of said entry; the manufacturers, g
Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, No. the said parties are hereby summoned to
82 West Bay street- and at Union depot, Will also carry the Double Dressed appear at this office on the 80th day of TIlE PARISH JIFG. CO.,
These will be the main features of
my Ag e .Wanted. PARISH N. Y.
Jacksonville Crate the best made. December, 1889, at ten o'clock a. in., to .,
Vegetable ,
business but orders sent me for
and furnish testimony concerning any- .
said alleged abandonment. thing kept in any store in Titus- FREE and TYPE
Gen.Pass. Agt. Vegetable Paper.
W. P. LAWSHE Supt.Ticket Agt.,Titusville.D. Orange Wraps, ALEXANDER LVNCH, Register.V. ville will be promptly filled. WRITING F EE. First-
'. class facilities and best teachers. Ad-
F. ETC J. SIHPMAN, Receiver.
JACK General
Depositions before LaRue P. Ely. dress, with stamp for return postage, r

S CEO E. CtUSE. A. G. CHAPPELL. : I am Agent for the notary public, at Melbourne Fla., on Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens THE. PARISH MFG. CO., '
Friday; Dec. 20, 1889, at 10 a. rn. 32 ParlsbN.1.J.
GEO. J3 CHASE & CO.., Bradly FertilizersAND :
XOT1CE. Or any Country Produce my customers iEAU

SHIP CHANDLERY or friends may bring GAIXIE,
November 18th, 1889. / WELLS at place between Geonnana
Stock of these any
HARDWARE a Complete been entered at this
carry Complaint having
and St. Lucie 75c. foot to 300ft
Goods. office by John F. Highsmith against Rob- I ask for a share of the public patronage Will ; per i
contract to depth.
ert Densler for abandoning his homestead and come as a supplicant, not a any
Patent Lois sJ fire Rope Bioiv, Quick Sales and Small Profiits is my entry No. 16833, dated June 4th, 1886, dictator, asking for your favors.If .

mDWI SEAR WRUOS LADDERS. Motto. upon lots 2, 3 and 4, section 9, township courteous treatment,good EACOTT fy CO.
44, S. range 43 E., in Dade county, Fla., goods and low figures is ,
Call before
Agent for Devoe & iVs Paints, Tule Write for prices or on me with a view to the cancellation of said en- the candidate for TmTUSTHXEt FLA. (

Lice Preservers, Tent $ Awning Co., placing your orders. try; the said parties are hereby summonedto public favor,

Pitt cut Anchors. appear at this office on the 30th day of then I'm TIN & SHEET.IRON WORKERS, ,,?
December, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond elected. :-
BOAT DEAR OF ALL KINDS. .. : and furnish testimony concerningsaid -,

Correspondence SoUcited. Telephone Yours Respectfully, alleged abandonment.% Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.., GUTTERING, ROOFING

366. ALEX. LYNCH, Register. Chilled Plows and Sugar Manufacturing of Tin TVaref',>
V..J. SHIPMAN, Receiver. Cane Mills And
JQ s f 88'g.fJ D, & ,Bay St., G EO., .. B. RUMPH, Depoaifcena* before J. CL Hoagland, Notary. I GALVANIZED WOR, '!.
a Public*\ Lake Worth Fla., on December '
..IA KSQV'L,1j, IrFJAso.t. TI'.PUSVILLE, FLA. 20th,1889, at 10 a. m., 'f"< 32 S. :B:. 'B..av And Repairing o t aU.: .

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LOCAJTOEWS. .. take: Worth. r 7 AU
Elegant Hwfof Millinery and fancy Cool and pleasant. -' -... .. ...."-'::: ,
goods at Mrs. ScrimgeourX on Washington More rain won't do any harm. 03 ..
avenue. Servicices were held at the Episcopal fl D IS HEADQUARTERS FOB
=We are pleased to learn Mrs. Decker Church Thanksgiving Day.J. '
,' is on a fair way towards recovery. after
J. White is putting in a new wharf
her late illness.I p .
severe for the Cocoanut Groye House.

\ pay the highest cash prices for Judge A. E. Heyser went to Juno on Z HOLIDAY I GOODS '
otter skive, coon skins and deer skins. G.
court business on the 10th. .
Ublle;'opposite 8. H. Ray's store. H .
Henry Plunkett left on the 9th for a. : a J
-Mr. Geo. A. Letford, representingH.
:1 -5
two years' schooling at Atlanta;Ga. 1
E. Bucklen.& Co., Chicago, gave us a l
Geo. W. Lanehart has secured the
pleasant call Monday. : CLOTHING & SHOES.
tract to build the Episcopal rectory.
-Choice Seed Stock-Early Rose, Ear-
Jv Vermont and Beauty of Hebron Po- Rev. E. Gale shipped two barrels of H0H ,

woes just received by Geo. B. Humph. I egg-plants to Philadelphia on the 10th. .-

:.....;.All the.beacons on the river-26 in Owing to high and rough water out- I 3-Ply Perforated Wooden Chair Bottoms
side the inlet has not yet been opened. O3
all-between, Titusville and Jupiter were for 1O cents. !
lighted Sunday' night. This is a great There was a dance and a good: time at
the Oaklawn House the of the 6th.
boon to steamers and sailboats on Indian night M J. P.. TURIOTER, Propr1.e'tor.
... Edwin F. Stanton of New
Biver. York, a 2 g

''':Duck and coot are beginning to civil engineer, is here with a view of lo o -

swarm in front of our town, but we must cating. P. Fc GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. H. ROLLED
call the attention of the Marshal to the The steamer Lake WWrth is now run- Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. Notary Public

town ordinance against shooting within ning regularly to connect with the Jupiter m R.obhin Graham cis B.o11 9,

the limits of the borough and Lake Worth Railroad at Juno. W o 0m REAL ESTATE DEALERS,

-Mr. C. T. Clayton and wife, andC. County Clerk A. F. Quimby arrived ALL KINDS 01' PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD. A E8 ,7I.N(;ED.

T. and E. St. C. Clayton and little home from Jacksonville Nov. 26th and Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
arrived here from West has been at Juno'court-house (D
Clayton ever r ,
HVirginia mZ P. O. Box, 250,
on Monday afternoon's train.TheY'left since. CH ;SQ

( for Melbourne yesterday.A Chas. A. Lane, mother and sister arrived "1 2 oj TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLORIDA.
.1. '
tI full line of surahs, plusher, ara- home Nov. 30th, bringing :Miss O m
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3 We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list cf
sexes, chenilles, wash silks, embroiderysilks Gracie Alcott along with them to spend fD > carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.

plush balls,bells,banner-rods, rings, the winter. +* RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any PR
and lots of other goods too Hd W CQ perty on Indian River.
t etc., pretty Capt. H. P. Dye has received two cows
Real Estate business
0 4J Our facilities for the transaction of a general are unequalled,
numerous to mention at Mrs. Scrim- and calves, from which he will supply : and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction U intending Purchasers.10
( geour's., Hotel Lake Worth boarders with milk Q) ft S Ma: may favor us with their patronage. .
-Notwithstanding the fact that we this season. "; : oS No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
mo Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of lew.
have a few cool days occasionally, the Capt. Dimick has received three little J.4 Z 'd priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.

bathing pools at the Grand View and"Indian porkers from the north, and proposes to riI: Q) 4W .

River hotels are still in demand, again raise his own pork for Cocoanut (B GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary

+ the artesian well water being quite warm House guests. L -' 0a lOx-o-xr-ctx-ca. 3 tract of Title Oo.,

and pleasant.Mr. I Judge Thomas A Poole arrived here I P t;, 0 Incorporated A. D. 1889.

Geo. W. Bristol, of DeLand, Nov. 30th and,after looking over his several
arrived in town early Sunday morning, tomato farms, left for his Lake coun- TAo Q) Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and oOc. for each sJ-
and took the steamer Georgiana Sunday ty home Dec. 7th. 0 m 'dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, tit,$34)0)
afternoon for Jupiter on his way to J) for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.
The cashew tree at Brelsford Bros.! is
Palm Beach, at which place he expectsto H r1.2o3A Taxes Paid for JVon-Reldent.
now bearing its fourth crop since last
stay for a few months. $0?" For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry sad
June. It seems to be an ever-bearing as +? annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss br Tax.
-Miss Hutchinson, who arrived from 03000m
well as an evergreen tree. Sale. 11\\
Trenton, N. J,, we hear is going to start w
J. J. White and wife arrived home r-I o. oo 250, Titusville, Fla.
dressmaking on the tailor scientific
Nov. 23d, bringing Mrs. White's sister,
measurement in which she is -
system Miss Elanor Bellows, of Frankfort, Mich., c E. L. BR.A.DYGroceries
an adept. The Indian River 0 ,
t along to spend the winter with them.
Hotel is her place of business, wheret
Capt. H. P. Dye arrived home from ,-4 rI.2 r she consulted. ,
t Jacksonville Nov. 28th, bringing Wm. ) A
-Mr and Mrs. Hogan and Miss Mary .pi .,-4
0 t-I ETC.I .
1 Thurber, who \Al\\ act as manager of the .
fc'chaefer, of Canaveral, paid our town a luLl
Hotel Lake Worth this season, along p4.V Haom call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and
visit on Friday, but owing to the waterin with him. Fancy
creek low they bad [f-t
Banana being so
to go around the bottom of Merritt's Walter Moore has arrived home, the p x Groceries, Fruit and Food Products

Eau Gallic to here. cold weather in Chicago not agreeingwith HFi kinds. Also '
Island-facing get Of all my Stock of .

I. ., They started for home again on Sunday. launching nim. He and is getting will probably the Idler run readyfor her i vNfl t i Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Food &: ItaL '

1" -Mr. Betts, proprietor of the Eastern
t ':Hotel, Brooklyn, N.. Y., and Mr. Laflin, this season for the accommodation of Q) WI P rnrn I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of
.t. Y arrived winter visitors. 03 Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
; a sporting man of some note, ;
here last Saturday from the Hauloverwith The Ruby Dye has been out and repaired your patronage. very truly,
the Deerhound is now making E. .L. BRAD
Capt. Leon Vann on the Minne- regular trips between Juno and Palm Q) 11 CD rC 8
liaha. Mr. Betts is on his way to Brooklyn Beach, the Daisy has.again changed own-

to return with a party of friends to ers and the Hero has been treated to a OFI r
gpendtbe winter,probably at Mr. Vann's thorough overhauling and repainting.E. Dry Goods Carpets Mattings!

I place.*.'Mr. Laflin fought J. L. Sullivan M.Brelsford and bridle arrived home : 0 a. ,

in the prize-ring some years ago,at which Nov. 30th and have been duly congratu- : w o
lated by their friends. Ed brother OIL CLOTH.
,.: :Mr.Betta was a spectator, and he says Doc is showing symptoms of says the same 0 2G *

.. that Laflin would have whipped the trouble and he is afraid even Clerk Hill- o

champion if he had only a little more house is dangerously infected. Kohn Furchgott & Co.

"sand;" that Laflin did not know how SAM. ,

near be had Sullivan whipped until the Ot6 %
affair was over. Local THE BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD -g til Offer at all times Groat Inducements it the above-mentioned Articles.
\For continuation of see first page.

I FOR THE MONEY! 11\ o3rC Window Shades Lace Curtains Turcomans Smyrna ;
La Grange. '" 000,-4 i'

Robert Singleton's horse died last week. O and Mats
The friends of Mrs. Reed sympathizewith $20.!!!!
her: in her recent loss. J> :::= Q) They carry a large Stock, and and are able to compete with prices north. la
Mr. Jerome Twichell, of Kansas City, 0 00 Q) visiting Jacksonville do not fail to call on them, or write to them if jon are w

,& has arrived to spend the winter on Indian I. ;! ; .E rn .,-4G want of goods.
f .,-4 a KOH T
River For 14K. Gold r-4 FURCHGOTT & CO.,

Capt. Lund, of Jacksonville, has come Filled, Open Face, 8 > 03t Bay and Pine Streets, Jacksonville. 33
to La Grange with hopes of improvinghis 1'iILED 14' Stem Wind, Screw o P m 1}
Back and front
health. case
J. PIUTCHARD,President.
t. Andrew Carlile has repaired his house with anEICIR r-t Q) Q) \ : JACKSONVilLE MARBLE d.
and laid a walk, which is a great im- Pt.q
provement.In OR WALTHAM g 8

school No. 1 the following had perfect movement.Caaewarranted. INDIAN

recitations in A grade: Bessie Feastcr by .
Janie Johnson, Carrie and Coleman makers for 21"ean.WATCHES Q) TituHvillc
Mendel and Elbert Fresher; B grade, .
Mary and John Carlile Jakie and Jerome sent ;.:>> .s A GENERAL .
Felster.Lena Mendel Mabel Allaire, and to any point of the M +?

Bert Johnson; C grade, Henry Carlie, coontrywhere 03-:) I
t Lee Coats, Julia and Sallie Feaster and is an Express Office ofQrJl Exchange bought :
Carrie Froscher; D grade, Chas. Carlile, C. O. D.subject to prompt negotiated attention on :first given
Thomas Ellis and Trezvant Feaster. bO Banks,Corporations
Inspection before
est allowed on time
purchasing when '" 03 03 Advances made upon ;
; Jlypolnxo. s:: Approved business
order is accompan Drafts on all parts
Found of derelict with the following Or-t Business done '
a piece led by ffOc. to payExpress .,-4 Every favor,
inscription: "Naughty-ci> -indi. charges. banking, ;

y id you all (no) wants, tqbet canvas slip ad CORRESPONDENTS:
t t Jacksonville, Fla.
per canbeet hendrix lire." Sambeaux u Ta abort Qf ) Bank,New York. ; Florid
nt they BOW but
are gray sea." Was it a message from and front screw IWriU .', Q)

the dead_? for an Illustrated Catalogue. : -:) O. J. $:: :
Made a call on Hypoluxo Island and ,
fpund all hands at hard work. There will WM. H. SPEOK, JEWELER .- ..'<-<':' 0

be about fourteen acres out in tomatoes' : '
Cor. Lemon and Front Sts., ':
to say nothing Capt. 'Piece's')811e .
eggplant out-put. He is the champion P ALATKA, P .oEmA.z ; General
|in that line and if he overstocks: the mar-* ., .--- : : ,> : .
*-'v : :::'*' j H- sI I
ket'WUJbuy an incubator' andjmaterialite Agenta profits per month; will prove S y :.-=;/4.:.. ....... .. : <
,on the crop at,home, $525 U or pay forfeit New pprtnito Just ,,- '.' ; ..; ::_ ., -. L-:; ,' ': :
'. out. A f$.60 Sample sent nit to all. :
t BUfJlV .
:. < f7.H.Qucheter&8on,.gsBondt.H.Y. # ;'.- ;,<.-,5Y Melbourne -
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