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 26, 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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X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, DEC., 26, 1889. : NO. 36.".: .

LOCAL LACOMCS.f Bemember, that G. Nolle pays the -Miss Georgia Lamkin, of Harlem t, -The STAR may be obtained, every Christmas In TJtu nYII1C. -

f Happy New Year to you, Reader. highest cash price for furs and skins. Op Ga., was among the arrivals at the Grand Thursday, at Dixon & Gray's drug, storeor :' '

Last Saturday was the shortest day posite S. H. Ray's store. View last Friday. at Dr. Screven's at 5 cents per copy. The Episcopal Church was-crowded tof.
... -1. overflowing evening; the occasion\
in the year. S. Watson & Co. have on hand -Save your furs and skins and send -In consequence of the steamer St. was that of the Christmas exercises by :

-j.S. Watson & Co., have just receiv two cars of vegetable crates. Don't fail them to J. S. Watson & Co. They pay Lucie undergoing an inspection the the Sabbath School. .

e't. fine lot seed potatoes.A to see them before you buy. the highest cash price.If government officersto-dayher departurewas The lessons read and the short but appropriate v

through mail pouch is sent from Several building lots for sale eitheron you have any furs and skins for delayed until about 11 o'clock. We address by the rector; and the 'it

bere for Jacksonville every morning at the instalment plan or for cash. Ap sale take'them to G. Nolle. He pays the were informed the Georgiana was con carols by the school constituted the prin-..?,

*45. ply to Mrs. M. E. Titus,Titusville. highest cash price for them. OppositeS. demned. As the news came to hand as cipal.-part: of the programme. The exercises x < 4

jfontyl I Money Monty 11 1 to -Dressmaking done by the tailor'system H. Ray's store. we were going to press, we are unable to at the church occupied about,half

Joaa on real estate. Appy to Robbins & o( square measurement. Apply to -Mr. R. Ranson, of Canaveral, has accepted give full particulars.Maj. an hour, and the children who took part. .,

OrtBin Titusyille, Fla. Miss Hutchinson, Indian River Hotel, a position at the Hotel Indian .A.C.McCroVy died at LaGrangelast in the singing of the Christmas carols ,

.Capt. H. Q. Hawley returned from Titusville. River, at Rockledge, which will keep Saturday. He was one of the oldest were highly complimented for the able

his trip down the river with his new -Another popular young gentlemanin him quite busy for a greater part of the and most highly respected citizens in manner in which they were rendered.

town will shortly enter the bonds of winter season. this section. He contracted first a bad They did credit to the Sunday School. .
Mutual afternoon.
sloop] holy matrimony, particulars of which -Among those of our down river cold, which gradually grew worse, finally At the conclusion of the service all repaired -

.Hake known your wants to J. S. will be given later on. friends in town la'st Thursday and Fridaywe carrying down his feeble cohstitu to the hall near the depot,' wherea

Watson & Co. Theirs are 19, and yours -The Methodist church has been so noticed Mr. E. W. Hall and son, of tion to the grave. The funeral service mast beautiful Christmas tree-pre-

BUT outnumber theirs, and they can nearly completed, that Sunday? School City Point ; and tIre and Mrs. .H. B. were largely attended.Mr. pared for the Sunday Schoolawaitedthem.

htJp 10u. services will hereafter be held 'in it Paxton, of Rockledge. Jerome Twichell, of Kansas The hall at one time was 'so '

-1.000 otter skins, 5,000 coon skins, crowded that it was almost impossible to
instead City was in town Monday afternoon
of Wager's Hall as heretofore. -Mr. George Ewart and wife Miss ,
:f11J alligator hides and all deer and obtain standing room. It is needless to
and short call. He his
us a was on
Mr. H. Cornelia Ewart Miss Bertha Ewart and gave
Carter, who has been run- ,
skins wanted at G. NoHe'soppoaite add that all were pleased and that not-
opossum down the river for of weeksto
Samuel Ewart of Pa. arrivedin way
ning the blacksmith and repair shop here Pittsburg, ,
S. H. Ray's store. visit friends and relatives at Merritt only were all the younger members of
for some time located near the water- town last Thursday to .take in the
_M. B. Bunnell brick-layer and beautiful Indian River. and Rockledge, probably including a the Sunday School recipients of a nice ;
is now stopping for awhile at Bruns- "t
ptatnvr, is prepared to take contractstnfwbere visit to other points. While in this present but some of the older: friends
wick, Ga. -The fast mail due to arrive Tuesday I
on Indian Biver. Address section Mr. Twichell will represent the also were kindly remembered for. we
-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton] and son, evening at 6:20 did not put in an appearance noted two ladies goinglo South TituS-
ill communications to Flori- Florida Orange Auction Company, of
Claude of Eau Gallic arrived in until about five o'clock the '
ville fairly loaded with presents. A.11
4*. 29 Jacksonville, an institution which he has
on Monday night's steamer, and will stayat next morning.. Luckily there were only went away with the usual happy hearts l
thorough faith in and the workings of
-1. A. Durst, of Crescent Citythe
the Indian River Hotel until after about a half dozen passengers on the that characterize all such occasions.The .
punter well-sinker of the State of Florida train. which he fully understands. r
New Year's Day. decorations in the church were .
,h now operating Lake Worth, Fla., i -Capt. T. F. Kidwell has purchasedthe
-Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ?Minor of the -Mrs. Henry Titus presented her hus- most beautifully and tastily arrangedand -.
where "all communications may be ad- unexpired lease of Mr. J. A. Millerin
Creek Tillman band with a baby weighing eleven pounds reflect much credit on thosein..
dreaed and information received. orange grove, the Grand View Hotel, also all the
arrived in town Thursday evening last ; Friday. The little one is destined to charge. *
-One of our staff he would liketo furniture and property owned by Mr.
says gave our office a pleasant call Friday, capture some boy's heart about a score of Christmas Eve night was the time set
know the of the ladies who Miller, and will open up specially for i
names and returned home next day. years hence. Out of a "baker's dozen"in apart for the Christmas festivities at the'
tourist travel on the first of January.
*nt him the Christmas presents, as no Titusville we have only one boy. Presbyterian church, so by 7 o'clock a. ;
-Miss Katie Paddison was at the top Capt. Kidwell has secured one of the ,
was attached to either be returns
of the list with regard to the receipt of -Our Editor and bride returned to best chefs in this country, and large was assembled, and joy and'
thanks for same through the columns of proposesto
ddt Christmas presents off the gailydecorated town Saturday night. and besides the run the hotel strictly first-class. The happy anticipations were pictured on
paper. the faces of all the little
ones as they
Christmas trees. She received be- numerous wedding presents, they were house will be renovated and considerable ?

-Ur. A. Roberts, representing A. B.Pbell's tween thirty-five and forty. Miss Katie the recipients of quite a number of nice work is to be done between now and gazed upon the beautifully decorated and
(kao music warehouse Jackson- Christmas ,
of which
left for Rockledge to-day on a few days'vi8it souvenirs from the Christmas trees. i the opening day. heavily-laden trees,
tilfe was in town a few days this week. there were two: one for the Sunday-
to her friends, the Misses Hardee.Dr. They received the hearty congratulationsof
Simonson started down the
He also took a trip to Rockledge and return : -Captain School children exclusively, and the oth-
all their numerous friends in town.
He will, probably, start for San- George F. Walton, who was pros- I river Monday afternoon with a party of er was called a "community tree."

ford and other points tomorrow.Mr. pecting on Indian River, a few weeks -Mr. A. V. A. Winans, who went to two on the sloop Yankee Doodle, which "Santa Claus" was not Jhen en per- 4

.. ago, with a view to purchasing a grove Jacksonville last week, to meet his wifeon I consisted of Commodore Colt, of Hartford tonne, but it was evident that he had

J. Dunlin Parkinson, of Jackloarille and residence, has purchased an orange her arrival from New York, returned I Conn., and a friend. They expectto been a short time previous, and that he

who has been on a visit to his grove from Mr. Nelson, at Glencoe. He I Saturday evening. Both Mr. and Mrs. be absent about two weeks on the has the happy faculty of rememberingall

bother, Mr. Abram Parkinson, of this has also made a cash offer for Capt. Ful- Winans left, on board the steamer Geor- river. Com. Colt is son of the famousMr. and making no mistakes was also evi

place,for about ten days, returned to his ford's new residence at New Smyrna. Dr.Walton's giana, Sunday, for their home at Jupiter, Colt, of firearms fame. He also dent from the fact that each little one,

home in Springfield, a suburb of Jackson- where Mr. Winans is the steam Puzzle which he
home is in Cincinnati, where cultivating pine- I owns yacht, went away happy over one or more presents -
\file,lot Friday.Mr. left at New last week
he has returned.We Smyrna on received. There were a great many '

Jacob Fox, wife and three child wish to draw the attention of apples.We understand that Dade county is the shoal water he would encounteron presents on the children's tree, and while

TED, BoflMo, N. Y., arrived at the Indian our readers to the new advertisement of now open to the outside world by a this trip. We hope he will be well those on the other were less numerous,

Hirer Hotel Sunday evening. They left Mr. F. B. Sackett, proprietor of the In- steamer route between Key West and pleased with his visit. yet some of them were very handsome,, s

for Melbourne, next morning, on board dian Biver Hotel on page 8. 'V c be1ieve the Miami, and regular trips are made; by -Our county solicitor,Mr. James San- particularly did the beautiful dollies-take

the steamer St. Lucie. We hear Mr. owner-Mr.D. S. Hutchinson-will soon the steamer Iola. It is said that both ders was all "broke up" on Christmas the eyes of the little girls.. {

Fox Ii connected with Melbourne Beach commence to make various improvementsin passengers and freight are carried and morning when he expected to start downto The exercises were well gotten up, and

:Jailsny. connection with this hotel to meet the direct connection is made with New his father's home at Courtney, but the choruses, etc.,by the school were welt

-sheriff Bowman and wife returned requirements of the constantly-increas York steamers. found that colored man had"borrowed" rendered. We take pleasure in making ,

Monday morning from Cocoa with their ing influx of visitors to Indian River. -Rev. C. C. Temple will hold servicein his valise, shot gun, Christmas presents, special mention of the duet sung by the

MW turnout-horse ,and buggy. They the new Methodist Church next Sun- etc., and started for Enterprise on the little Misses Marie Eacott and Frankie
Mr. J. W. Huntington arrived in
made the drive In a little over three day, Dec. 29th, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. early morning train. He was fortunate Gruber; also the recitation on "The Broken
town Friday, from Enterprise, where he )
faun Mr. Bowman makes his new pur- As Mr. Temple leaves next Monday or enough to regain possession of his pro- Dollie-!' by a little girl whose name "
has been after his
daw a Christmas present to his wife, looking orange grove. Tuesday to attend conference, should he perty and secbre the thief by telegraphing we have not learned. Not having procured
He that the brought perbox,
price ,
ad the has reason to be proud. ofcso val- says not be able to return to this section, this to Enterprise, but his spending a program we are unable to give a. ,
for at is not high
tablet gift. oranges, will be his last sermon delivered to his Christmas Day at home was not to be en- more detailed account.
induce him shipping them,
enough to
*-We are Informed that the new steamer and he will wait for higher prices. He Indian River charge.Mr. joyed, as he was obliged to remain here The Christmas' dinner furnished by- .1

St. Sebastian left Wilmington, Del., Walter Hawkins, formerly connected all day yesterday. Mr. F. B. Sackett to the guests of the
will now remain in this section for some
with the Florida department of & Indian Oliver Hotel Christmas Day, was
Monday, on her to this place in the
way time to look"after his land at Aurantia.We VARIOUS are the complaints made in
can of OaptainS. A. Bravo and tngi- the E. T. V. &G.Railway, is now travel- one of special credit to Indian River.
reference to the howling and useless dogs
leer Fitzgerald-and crew. With good had the pleasure of meeting Mr. ing passenger agent for the J.T. & K.W. and aside from his usual large numberof ,
He running about our streets, and a corres-
gather, such as we have been having, Will Jeffers again Sunday evening. System and East Coast lines. Mr. Hawkins regular boarders, there were many of
pondent asks us what be done with
had arrived from HackenS8ck, N.Y., can
just folks who the excellent
*< anticipate that the' new steamer is a very energetic and popular our town enjoyed
such a numerous lot of curs. If we could
and left next morning for Hotel Indian
should reach here in about ten or twelve young man, and we are pleased to see dinner he had prepared. The tables
only utilize them as they do in Belgiumand
: ; River, to occupy the position of telegraph him with the J. T. System. were prettily decorated, and each guest .

'dtnMessrs. operator and took keeper. For three -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton, of Holland, where they draw milk and was furnished with a neat little 'bouquet.
R. }V: Andrews and S. F. Mr. Jeffers has been installed in vegetable carts, they would be a boon in- .
seasons : Heath, have been on a two weeks' trip Everyone praised the repast, and we regret ". ,
Gibbi, of Melbourne were in town the stead of a nuisance. In the above coun- .
Indian River with the popular
Hotel down the river reaching as far as the in- that time and space wiU not permit
fet part of the week and we. were pleased and Messrs. J. M. tries we have seen them pull small carts '
proprietors owners, let. They arrived here Saturday evening of our publishing the bill ot fare. Mrs. ,
Beet them. Our 'frie.n.Andrews in- with a willingness that is truly astonishing '

Lee and Brother and have no doubt
we and on Monday they started for Mr. Sackett worked like a Trojan to ensure
tamos that the Carleton is now to on-lookers who only work for
open wa-
his many friends will give him a hearty C. H. Nauman's place, at the Haulover, the success of the dinner and to make itpleasant ,
*f the reception of guests, and the pro- welcome.Mr. ges. It is well known that dogs are un-
where little.Misa Morton has been takinga for all. .
fritter of this well-known,house assisted happy away from their masters, and they .
and Mrs. J. W. Ballantine, Miss vacation. They returned to Heath on #
bJ his genial wife, will'be pleased to seem eager to fulfil their masters' wishes New Varieties/of oceaBut .
Ballantine and Miss. Doughty, of Somerville Monday.
'fctkeltpeasant for all their patrons. by carrying a basket or dragging a cart.
-'" ,'I< N. J., arrived at the Indian River Christmas, yesterday, was about the In a communication to the Time-Democrat '!:
Those noble and Dutch
-1r.G. F, Duren is building an ad- Hotel Monday. Miss Ballantine and her liveliest that Titusville has'ever witnessed. Belgian dogs we H. E. Van Deman,'the accomplished ;
have dash into the in
seen market-place
&tlnn to his market near the railroad friend, Miss Doughty, attended serviceat Everyone enjoyed the day, and the head of the bureau of pomology ,of the
Brussels and harnessed
Rotterdam in '
UUon. This is rendered necessary by the Episcopal Church, Christmas Day absence of all rowdyism or even drunk- department of agriculture, says: t
twos abreast, having galloped distanceof
& growing trade. Hereafter he will and were quite pleased both with the enness was noticeable. The weather You mightsay to your reader that
nine miles with shinning full of
tire more attention to country produces clergyman's oratorical powers and the during the day was delightful, althoughsome some weeks ago I received five varietiesof b
fresh milk. lie down
aU these! n eec' sary articles _to make prettily-decorated church. They all left of our northern friends thought it They at jonrney's named cocoanuts from the Phillippine
end after well-earned meal and
: &ejnarket a durable place to purchase on the steamer this morning for City just a little too warm. The evening, ", a Islands, and when they are all id we will_.

foal The handling of' meats is one of Point, and will stay with Capt.and Mrs. however, turned out a little foggy.Mr. stretching themselves at ease in the have nineteen varieties. This is the first
shadow of their carts the of
"'largest items, but now, it is Olly'one, Sharpe during the season. J. Francis LeBaron, formerly a importatiQn of named varieties of cocoanuts
the just. In the afternoon, when it is
**ong. a number of fibers demanded by IThe excessive and unreasonable resident of Titusville, but recently from that has ever been introduced .on ,
time to home-business being over-
.tars trade charge for freight on a boat consigned to Nicaragua, Central America, ,was in the cans go are li ht. At a given signal this continent, so far as 1 have been ableto

-At the last meeting, of the directors Mr E. A. Chatfield on the J., T. and K. town a few days during the past week. He these useful animals jump up, still in learn. Those received sometime ago

*jti>e Sub-Tropical Exposition, Jackson- W. B.: B. has been adjusted to the satis- gave a call among his old-time friends, harness but refreshed and panting to be I have been already planted in the extreme .

faction of Mr. Chatfield and be and he left for Jacksonville I off and gallop nine miles back to their southern of Florida and all ..
!?*' F1a.. it was ordered that the time : expresses ere we are part the
homes, where they obtain what they have !
t J*king entries for county and indi- himself highly.gratified at the promptness informed that he concluded to repair his I earned, a night's repose., What a contrast others will also be planted there under t

L. ."8*! exhibits be extended to January and attention given to the matter building, corner of Washington avenue between those beautiful dos and some !the best possible conditions. They are'. .

'hh, 1810. In order. howe e ,-that ample by Mr. C. O.:Parker the genial and efficient and Pine street. and may, probably, I of the dogs running at large in Titusville I all alive and some of them are already ;

can be reserved for all 'tis yen assistant general manager of the build on an addition. He expects to without tag!. That we, have good dogs, j sprouting. *.It may not be generally

-pertant that parties intending to enter road. He also says that as far as his! observation finish, the interior work with lath and :as in well bad ones A ,swimming we have no dog doubt likes, 1 known that the cocoannt grows: very .

*r iftdhidual or county premiums to 'goes, the present management plaster. We hope he will make quite
*rifct the very earliest date possible I pi the, r road are endeavoring to .accommo. 'extensive "improvements. The locationis a sporting dog-and wehave several in 4 of Florida. Last winter I saw beautiful

JJ ifig what space they will need as I date their 'patrons'aa. possible, as pretty: as any in,town, and certainlyhe town-is overjoyed at the sight of a gun; .1 cases trees in been bearing standing which for have nearly in. fort some! .
and the milk-carrying dogs of Belgium
iesiftnd and'th'eir in that direction com- will have trouble in it ,.
for apace are increasing : success' no renting and Holland take to'their duty with an ;years, especially at,Lake 'Worth, "k .

"'1!,. Send to the 8ecretarV/Solon A, P.. with. the large,. northern. been M i? is, located on 3the, cornet exemplary and,fidelity that,-has)is on the east coast"of ,Florida, oatk.oL,.

-tar a fnliFdale In r s' -' sind.wessrn; rids.iijiiiiiiiiii. ? \ facinl''Y9; streets. '! never t>een'"seen, m Tita nlle. Jupit r Inlet. .;t ,

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bre Smith & TTesson pistol was used t of a hundred or more" Bourgne afterward KN\XMI-l.s, '.1.J."* .". '''C. .'-.. _It1N"safSterr -

STnf A MYTH. and three balls went crash:ns into I called upon a number of his regulators II:: tiU".t..:. .'.".. tlf ":;.' J. 19Wants.J.S.WATSON&CO 1

'V ebb's head. Hunt imr .' "y- :'ly re- to avenge him, but they replied 'Lo !,::.: <'%ye r, on,. \a. : :. Jt-i citizens*

load .l his pistol and walke .p town that as he could not protect himself in a of this -di\.I. Iiu ,_ .0 anted '.1 the .
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and surrendered himself. lit- claimed single handed combat, they no longer finding: i..s; 1J_...e, n .!.. 'Jea-lary, in

to have heard Webb vilifying him, as acknowledge his leadership. the C.t'h- ,'! .'._':i -t-,J:li. 11'** iJcntificatV.nva -0--
-.-. :The Proposed United States of only a thin partition separated the inr.clo ir: :1-is purse, which

Central America. hou. 's.. Hunt has the reputation 'gf conaine a!I i in m- .ev. .Tne latter fact "

i : bein:: a desperado. He had made an NEWS IN BRIEF. seems to corroixmit-- tlitory of many

.', attack on Webb some months ago, and i that he had Le.-oine insane and wandered
Good.. 'f Prospects of a Scrap or was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary !I Condensation of Interesting Item on off into the mountains and died. IIe ,,

/ ....... 'I but Governor Taylor had pardoned Various Subject- had been missing over three months.
Two Down There.. him. Eleven river pirates-eight men and three
: I ; \\"Omen-Wl'N captured near Columbus, 11L FORWARDINGAND :
UtbDnmt"tl by Blazing Oil.BELLEFONTAI Why will you rough when Shiloh's Cure will giev
It is iron will
claimed that and
go up, immediate relief? Price 10 cts 50 cU and $1. Sold
7 Dec. 20.The in- .
I A Declaration of War Between Gantejnala >TE, 0.,
I wages will follow, affecting 30OOJ people in by Dickson k Grey,TttasviHe, Fla.
fant of Mr. Samuel Drake, a farmer,
: and San Salvador Expected;: Soon. son Pitt&burg alone. f
s was burned to death Monday night by Shiloh's Core will immediately: relieve Croup,
Honduras the Former-Mexico The Stewart mansion, New York city, Dickson
.... Backing Whooping Cough and Brouclam Sold by
oil lantern.
,. upsetting a lighted will become COMMISSIONMERCHANTS!
the property of the Manhattan &Grey Titusnlle Fla.
Only Waiting fora Chance to Take a I
.. club, the latter having agreed to take a lease ,
b ) Hand and Gather in the Three- Re SOUTH CAROLINA WHITE SLAVES.A '.of the property for twenty-one years at $23,- $100 Reward.The .

publics. 000 a year.Jenkiu readers of the STAR will be pleasedto
Case Which Will Be Investigated by Jones of Bramwell W. Va. has !
NEW YORK. Dec 20.-A Grey town, learn that there is at least one dreaded
,'Panama letter to The World under date the Government. invented a process by which the time neces- disease that science has been able to cure
.' COLUMBIA. C. Dec. 18.-The imprisonment sary for burning coke is reduced from
't. of Dec 1, has the following: in all its stages, and that is Catarrh.Hall's .
of forty-seven alien miners I seventy-two to fortj-eisht hours, and the ,
"All trouble in Costa Rica, I hear, hasbeen Catarrh Cure is the only positive
cost of ton of toke is reduced
producing a
in the mines
employ phosphate near
known to the medical fraternity.
satisfactorily settled by the banish- cure
Walteriwro in this has led the I from fifty-five to>> eight cants
state to
; Catarrh being a constitutional disease,
ment of Esquival, the ou1 -be dictator The Etruria made the eastbound trip in TITUSVILLE FLORID
and a nuinbeY of his immediate exposure of the hardships to which these six days*and forty-five minutes. requires a constitutional treatment. ,
"followers. other hand I learn men on arriving at the mines have been Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
ou tae A new system of arc lighting apparatus.
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that Guatemala and Salvador will shortly subjected. said to be much safer than the old one, has acting directly upon the blood and -
". lock horns m a war which will disrupt pearly all the men in the phosphate just been invented by 'the IVestinghousa mucus surfaces of the system, there
any semblance of, a formation of mines of South Carolina are foreigners, Electric by destroying the foundation of WE WAST
and most of them sent here from company.The the disease. and giving the patient
'United States of Central America, and were celebrated ;
prison Sing Sing is to be
which may bring about serious compli- New York by "labor bureaus" that seem removed to some other part of New York strength by building up the constitutionand THE CONFIDENCE OF 9 THE EEUHl(
cations between other nations. to be run on the Padrone system. According state. assisting nature in doing its work.

'Guatemala, it appears is determinedto to the stories of the men, they Hanging as a means of capital punishmentis The proprietors have so much faith in WE WANT

change the government ot San Salva- were met at Castle Garden by the agentsof over in New York state now. And so Joe its curative powers that they offer One

dor and will try a force of arms to replace the bureaus and offered work at a fair Atkinson, veteran chief of the gallows, is Hundred Dollars for any case that it failsto You to be sure to Come and See It

r .San Salvador's president Gen.Francisco pay. forced to hay farewell to public life. His cure. Send for list of testimonials. When you come to town.
Menedez On accepting the alluring offer the Address
by placing Gen. distinction as the greatest hangman in the
Camille Alvarez in power, the plea fort men were requested to sign contracts United States is fearful, unenviable, and F.J. CIIENT & Co.. Toledo O. WE WASTTo

1.0 this proposed change being that Menedez written in English, by the term of which altogether of its own unique kind.. Sixtyone Sold by druggists. 75c. 29.

& not as pliable to the wishes of Guatemala they practically agreed to work for 1 or men and one woman have died at his. Talk to You.

as the latter republic desires, and $2 a week and board themselves. This hands. He has been in the business for nearly I Are you made miserable by indigestion, Consti
contract the assert. translated pation. Diziness, Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin}
it is admitted on all sides that Guate- men was WASTTo
thirty .WE
to them and led them to years.About Shiloh's Vitalizer i#a positive Care. Sold by Dick
falsely expect
dominate the Cen-
nufe aspires to over
twelve miles of electric light wires son .c:Grey, Titasville Fla.Rheumatism .
tral American republics.War from five to ten times much as they Work With You.
in New York city were cut down Saturday
were actually promised.
Expected;: Soon. for violation of the rules of the board of and Catarrh.
Reaching here they worked for a WE WANT
!Consequently it is expected that war electrical control Rheumatism andcatarrhare both blood
month ana when pay day came around
c between Guatemala ana San Salvador were enraged at learning how they had Alderman Donohue descended from the diseases. In many cases they have yielded To Post You on the Market,.

will soon be declared, the first named republic been duped. Some of the most courageous bench at Wllkesborre, Pa., and sounlly to treatment with B. B.B. (Botanic

being backed up in its nefarious among them refused to continue thrashed a man named Shiner, who was before Blood Balm), made by Blood Balm Co., WE WAST .

oectigns by Honduras. I have even heardit work, but others were cowed by threats him for wife-beating. Atlanta, Ga. Write for book of convincing -
announced that hostilities will com- where they could not be wheedled by Franklin B. Gowen, Esq., of Philadelphia proofs. Sent free. To Ship For You and See to Your fcp-:

mence early in January. The result is false promises and in the end were formerly president of the Philadelphia and K. P. Dodge, .Atlanta Ga., says: "My menU here.
donbtful, as San Salvador will act entirely Reading railroad, was found dead in his
forced the will of the
to obey mine own- wife had catarrh and nothing did her any
on the defensive, and, if hard room at Wormley's hotel, in Washington,
ers. good. Her constitution finally tailed and WE WANT
pressed, will appeal to the United States this with a bullet wound in his head and a pistol
fr, Rankling under unjust treatment, poison got into her blood. I placed heron :
for protection.San. forty-seven of the men revolted two by his ids He no doubt committed suicide a use of B. B. B.. and to my surpriseher To either Buy or Handle most of tie .

Salvador' Army. two weeks ago and declared their inten- A bankrupt bill will soon be introduced in rpCOT'erJ.was rapid and complete." Fruit and Produce of this section

"San Salvador can muster about 25,000fighting tion to starve rather than' submit to the congress.A W. P. McDaniel. Atlanta. Ga., writes: of the countrr.
: men, well .armed with German exaction of their task masters. supposed corpse surprised; a Brooklyn "I was much emaciated and had rheumatism ." f

repeating rifles. These men are said to They were promptly arrested for undertaker by opening his eyes and demanding to bad I could not get along "-
be fair soldiers. San Salvador recently breach of contract and tent to jail. an explanation. without crutches. I also had neuralgia

borrowed $1,500,000 in London to payoff There were several Frenchmen among George and Joseph Van Meter and Henry in the head. First class physicians did You to Know, if we cannot Bur Tow
an old debt due to the Baring Brothers, the miners and in Matlock have been arrested formoonshining
they managed someway
me no good. Then 1 tried B. B. B. and
Product We Can it for TOT.WE
Ship .
and to construct a railroad from Ateosto to send a detailed account of their near Ozark, Ma The still was captured. its effects were I ,
cheerfully recommend -
the capital, San Salvador; conse- condition to the French legation at They have borne good reputations it tonic and
as a good
quently her credit is good and her bonds Washington.A Three nitro-glycerine magazines, at North ." quickcure. WAST

were recently quoted at 85. Gen. Fran consular agent was'sent here to investigate Clarendon, Pa., containing over ten tons of
cisco Menedez will command Salvador'sarmy. and on his recommendationthe glycerin% blew up Sunday morning. Two25UOOburrel Mrs. Matilda Nichols, Knoxville.Term. You to help us to make TitosriBe t

treasury department also sent a spe- tanks of oil caught fire and ., 'writes: *'1 had catarrh six years distrihuting'point tfiePnxhcti

Guatemala's Forces." cial 'agent here to ,examine into the were destroyed. No fives were lost. and a most distressing cough, and my of the river and sell

"Guatemala, on the other hand, can charges of ill-treatment made by the Overflow in utt r county, CaL, eyes were much swollen. Five bottles of our

put 80,000 men in the field. but thev are miners. caused $250,000 damage.A B.-B.- B.. thank-- God !-cured me." Products here.WE .

r not so:>> well armed or so well disciplined The treasury's agent, a Mr. Lee, is now hospital has been erected for diphtheria John M. 11. llavis. Tyler, Tex.mtes : l
as the. troopa of San Salvador. Gen. preparing his report, and it is under- patients at Morgantown, W. Va. was subject a number of years to WANT

Camille Alvarez, the gentleman who aspires stood that he w'call the attentien of Oil has been found, near Chillicothe, 0.13 spells of inllamatory rheumatism which dais
In and
: to be Guatemala president of SanSalvador the government to the fact that there is six bottles of B. B. B.. thank heaven fact to save you money, cane

will command Guatemala's a class of labor purveyors in New York Crime and Casnltles. has entirely cured. I have not felt th if you will help us.WE .

t army of invasion. whose business tactics are identical with A tornado demolished several houses at slightest pain since." 29
Jeannette, Pa. No lives lost. A storm also
Would Support Guatemala. those pursued by Liverpool Jack.It WAST
is said that the mine owners con- played havoc in the vicinity of CambridgeCity For Dytjxrpsia and Liver Complaint you have a
"Honduras is expected to send her printed guarantee uutvtry butch of Sbiloh's YiUHzer. .
tract with the New York for la- You to know weJareheadqnirUnferVegetables:
-8,000 badly armed men-to It never fails to cure. ><>ld bv Dicksou .t
army Guatemala in her support SanSalvador. borers to be paid at a stipulated rate per Smith, the Cincinnati murderer, Grey. Titnaville, Fla. ratesgete.
; war against
has confined, but claims that he was .
The Honduras month, and when the labor bureaus canget crazy
troops will be men to work at a lower rate they are when he killed Mrs Byron. He will plead A Nasal: Injector free with each little of Shiloh's
t commanded by Gen. Longine Sanchez. allowed to pocket the difference.To : insanity. Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold: by Dickson WE WANT
No Peace Until There is a Change. Diphtheria is raging at Lagrange Ma An k Grey Titusville Fla.:
earn this difference for the purveyors To Sell Orange Boos aN
L "This state of affairs, following close men are trapped into a condition exodus has commenced. you your

upon the widely trumpeted formation of very little better than slavery. The imprisoned At New Haven, Ky., Willie Johnson,aged Price"H "5 kmebck and 50,"cent a Lotiug Sold a?bj,d fta Diikooo
the alleged United States of Central miners were released Wednesday 12, shot abd killed Tommie Ford, aged 14. Titusville, Fla.L will come to see rsWE .

America, shows how volcanic is the agreement to abide by the terms The two had quarrelled, and Ford was attacking
state of affairs in these latitudes and how of their contracts, which are usuallym Johnson.A LOADED DICE. I'.tiItSL NM.-tUIc-t.11...f')kip.(!''..'.''.'.".
useless it is to like !oir,a.13; Gee..M. JhrU4 CWoa...Ptlpe.sus,ioI.. WANT
II expect anything peace for twelve months. wreck occurred on the Eastern Illinois tlprrpt. wkaoynt eta
andP ratPeritY among the Central American raib ad near Chicago in which four peoplewere fr..vA riac..6.uraraez &Btc>wl.d.(1PARKER'S You to know that we are Agent for tl*
t republics until some radical change KILRAIN GETS OFF EASY. killed and several injuredMrs
7< takes place in the whole system. -- Jack Morgan, of Middleburne, W. Ocala Rock Lime, and will foroisi.

Mexico but Waiting an Opportunity. Fined $3OO anal Sentenced to Two Va., is under arrest, charged with hiring HAIR BALSAM it low down.

"Intermixed with the above rumors is Month lmprb onruent. Charles Tabler to murder her husband in Cleanses and beautifies the bur.I .
PURVIS. Miss., Dec. 18.-At 8:45 Sat- September, IbbS, for f GOO of pension 110' I Promotes a luxuriant growth.
a revival of the report th attired Mexico is money Never Fails to Bettor WE 'YA.'iTYou
of Guatemala's bickerings and urday morning court convened, all theparties which he kept concealed in bed. :: Hair fo its Yoitkful Color.Gray

t dickerings, and it is again announcedthat interested in the Kilrain trial George Guenther, aged TO years, was fatal- Prevents i[.and Dandruff&n4 hair falling to know that we barn cw Q**
being present. The jury, as accepted, ly beaten by his at St. Louis.
Mexico will seize upon the first convenient son, Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course
:& pretext to down upon were representatives. There were three An unwilling bride at Lone Tree, Ma, .
Yt Central America and swoop i gather in Guate- negroes, and the others were white men helped her lover beat and rob her old husband ENGLISH can give you bottom prices.

mala, Honduras and San Salvador, before from the back country. )lr, Melville and then eloped. PILLS. -

any power can interfere in the case. read the indictment of Jake Kilrain for Miss Flora Look is on trial at Des Moines:, Brand. 'WE WANT
prize fighting and assault and battery. Iowa, for killing of charivari a3. Rare aad
one a .
Fifty Tons of Powder. party **for u*Dla
Kilrain listened attentively, and pleaded that serenaded her grandfather. & IIoz....eaiat You to know that we handle Ofaest
I know beyond any questions of not guilty to both counts. The testimonywas : At Dallas, Tex., W. D. Cumniiugs shot oUt. UeUef_Se.44e for and Plaster Hair.:
doubt that a British steamship, sailing much the in the Sullivan >M..Jr r. r
as and
fatally a young widow who c.J eduQeaIeal c.Ia41Ma a ,igybaud,,tar
from.New York quite recently touchedat I p.
trial, and the taking of lasted
: testimony rejected his suit, and killed himself when .
Belize British WE
took on less than an bom. The defense offeredno captured

.t .,' board five strange looking Mexicans. witnesses. An hour's recess was Three Hungarian were killed by an express CURED To impress upon Jiur mind that *e ,
who looked ike officers in disguise, and taken. Mr. Melville read the charge* of train near lkt.'barre, Pa. JASTHMA ] .... -
then landed these men and fifty tons of represent
the what constitutes SCHIFFKfiHtFS ASTHMA CURE
prosecution to
as Julius Hopper, a farm hand, aged 28, I \
rifle and cannon gunpowder at Living- prize fighting and assault and battery, working near Bakersville, Galloway JJIrstncttrrrfMTW the montTxrlent:' attack NO! TboBipsoB fi Edm rds.
,t- Eton Guatemala. Of course this powder JwA'tinqr for results. Its action is hawed J
and then made 120
a long At Ma, tormented Miss Laura -l.rrvtfcr.dcertain.nd: is the of
have been Epperson, aged acme result' ] Chicago,
i may intended for use in the the ca.Vas given to the junand at W about her beaux U in JIll noble cases A smrle trial convinces I
coming war between Guatemala and 5:30 Monday, when she shot -j the ra.rt.k.5tical Price>Or.and R 1.00. 1 I p. m. they returned a verdict of not him through the head, killing him in- grunt ortyiain fnOUR ,yckage a-'.to any
San Salvador, but it seems strange that guilty of prize fighting, but guilty of stantly. kId I.', Pr. '..!IoClln'1I.. SX.i1. 1"aa1.1'n hers in the west and keep c0Bsk ron
the five Mexicans should be ;
I- apparently assault and battery, and Kilrain' was hand brands of tkff
the following
escorting these munitions of war. sentenced to pay a fine of x.00 and imprisonment The Death RolL
Judge Joseph Dillin, the well known Tennessee LITTLE ONES Goods :
; ,.. THE CALIFORNIA FLOOD. in the county jail two r
? months. The case was appealed, and ." Republican, died at Nashville Tuesr- and the IS U-KSERY World of Good/Tor Or>
S\ Between S1OOOOO and 8200,000 Loan ID Kilrain admitted to bail in the sum of day of heart db-ease 36 BROMFIELD ST.,
the Vicinity of San Diego. 1000. Oliver Johnson, the abolitionist and friendof Boston, Mass. World of Good, for Truckers.t

v SAN DIEOO, CaL, Dec 21.-The loss to Horace Gr eley, Garrison and others, died The most handsome and best Pure, fine Ground Bone.
t Open Rupture With the Chf'roke4"T.HLEQtH. *. m giriT>e for children ever
property hereabouts caused by the Tuesday in Brooklyn, aged {*)years. PottbbMl. suo a yeart abate Blood, Bone and Potash.
recent I. T., Dec 18.The at- The remains of CoL J. H. Rathbone copies 1ft eu. Seas on tril
i storm will be between $100OtK) and tempt to negotiate with the Cherokeeshas founder of the Knights of Pythias, arrivedin three eopraad mocthjfor Premium Be.: List.A eat_pie to Chicago Bone 31eal.

$200,000. at last resulted in an open rupture Utica, N. Y., from Lima, 0., Wednesday AT addrtnitka receipt at wo- Dissolved Bone.
Six bridges on the California Southern between the parties. Senator Wolfe opposed night. They were accompanied bthe .*

} railroad were washed out near the Soli- the Ross resolution, inviting Gen. family of the deceased, a uniform escort of

dad canyon and the road suffered heavily Fairchild to address the joint assembly.The knights and several grand and supreme. officers WE WANT* >40

,t otherwise The company will probabiv resolution met with vigorous opposition of the order. You to know'we keep on baud
l: .* lose from $25,000>> to $30ODO. so Ross will withdraw it. "\olfe _
Washouts also occurred at many made a fierce speech. He said: "The Foreign.An #ta .r Sulphate Potash,

places on the Pacific Beach road, 1,000feet government commission has denouncedthe officer in the artillery service and a q. o.f' Land Plaster,
of the roadbed at Rose canyon hay- Cherokee' delegates as contemptibleliars. sailor were arrested at St. Petersburg, in 7 t6J
It is beneath connection with a plot against the czar. O' i Canada" W.Asbe.
t ing been destroyed, and no trains will the government to & % -
:'t .... run for a week. so denounce a weak and defenseless It is now said that in the last letter writ- "if e I4l Tobacco Stems ands4

The Coronado Belt line, the Cuya mace people. The government should show ten by Th:. Peters, the German African tray a< Cotton &

by toad and the National City road also suffered some consideration for us. I have no eler, which has found its way to Europe, he ...\V Q e c' Dfie'

,,f 4.. from washouts. desire to hear the United States commission : stated that the route he had taken was an ; < : WE WANT

2'm ',. The Pacific Beach race track will lose talk after they have abused us. I impossible; one, entering upon which he hasas '\. @ o ._ bf' .

-:$80,000,016 track having been badly think they should be denied the privilege little hope of his ability to return as to /1' ,,. N' 5 Ati.a e,r;0 .-.& You to' Ghc Us a Trial on eosdliAf.
damaged of the senate chamber. push through. 7 -v. o& dLk -.

Master Mechanic O. W. Wilson, of the A Coward's Personal. ', IWETo WAV
Pacific Beach road, was drowned Sunday Pualdamt"DLNEW' The University of the State of New York o() 'Vf b d
Dec merit
18.-A special to > jour gatrortage
:minftitnn, losing pf his the life track.while mating an ex- The Times from New Orleans, says that has made an LL.D. of Seth Low, Columbia'snew -- 'd'}. "l4 I honest dealings, :and we ianT8Y ,--.

,J. -...., Levarin Primaux, whose brother Severen president. ... : :..fV
Harder at Kaskvllle.NASHVILLE Primaux .was whipped by Capt. Representative_Randall's health is improv tISC
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,.Dec.:,,201:-One of the most Lastie Bourgne's! band ,of regulatorssome ing. .._ .
weeks Lawrence Barrett is ill wit\throat troubleat rr't _. :o-
eoH-blboded murders in Vermilion
ever committed in ago parish, t
Nashville.occurred'Tuesday night when met Bourgne at the Bayou Tigre races the Hotel Vendome Boston o ;/
1m Hunt walked into his ne.xff.door.j. Saturday and gave him a ,terrible horsewhipping John 0.Whittier celebrated Sad..birthday $ :. .f'I' ,< BespeeifuIlT.
B bor'a ,house and deliberately shot ; He then let Bourgne sO sayI I Tuesda .3. $" ct c & -
J' Henry Grady has returned home&1 ; .4j -\ 4- tf GO.t. -
.aveji :1Warilnebb.. A SS cali. ,ing"\vhJjiyjouBinslehanded,.,but r vou, J. S. WATSON

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Shot HI. Girl Through the Heart. nUCkI'en''J. Arnica Sa11 e.' Sheriff's Sale. CARDB.t.t. "

i TOT -TWQUBWNEj Deo. 18.: THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts Under virtue of execution issued
ckIG. -Saturda y and'by an GEOBGX M. BOBBDCS, 4LT B 8. GRAHAM.*
night about midnight Prince' Saunders Bruises, Sores. Ulcers!,Salt Rheum Fever out of the Circuit Court for the 7th President Brevard Secy. Brevard Abstract ,

shot and killed his paramour, Rh6d y Sores Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil Judicial Circuit of Florida, for Brevard Abstract Co. Z Co.ROBBINS .
Walker. Both are colored. Saunders blains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, county, upon a judgment lately recoveredIn & GRAHAM,
Continent went to the house of the girl, called her and positively cures Piles or no pay re- said court by W. H. Macomber,plaintil .
The Outlook on tide at out and shot her twice, once through the quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect against Geo. Altree, -defendant to be satis ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW

the Present Time. hip and again through the heart. Thinking satisfaction, or money refunded. Price .fied out of the lands and tenements, goods ,
.r her not yet dead he picked up a club 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &S and chattels of the said George Altree. I P. 0 Box 260, TTTUJ-VILLE, Brevard Co.. Florida. >
and mashed her Will practice in all the ouuties of the Seveuth ;
head in horrible
a man- Grey. 10-19. have levied
upon and will sell at public Circuit and in the Supreme Court Special facilities
y; cholera Likely to Follow the< ner. It appears the girl was about to Advice to Mothers.Mrs.WxasLow's outcry, in front of the Court-house door, in for Examining and Perfecting Laud Title .
Epidemic. marry, which prompted Saunders to the SOOTHING STBUPshotildalvay Titusville, in said county, on the first Monday Correspondence solicited from Claimants and lleir*
Influenza crime. The murderer to Spanish Grants. to Loan. 12,
was arrested. be used when children are cutting teeth. It re in January, A. D. 1890, between the Money ,
Publicly lietrothed.BLOOMINQTON quiet UevesthelittlesnfEereratonce sleep,and the little cherub; awakes"bright hours of 11 a. m, and 3 p. m.,the following D L. GAULDEN, "" ;_,-
i QeDcraUT Conceded that War b Itnml- HI., Dec. 18.-The public as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It described real estate, the same being the .

t ID the Spring Famine Only betrothal of Mr. Bernard Huedsch soothes the chD .80ftens the gums,allays all pain, property of George Altree, and described .. .
peat bo wels.and lathe best known remed ATTORNEY-AT-LAW '
mann, of Cleveland, 0. and Miss Rose regulates [ y follows to-wit ,
In Addition to Complete the for diarrhoea, whetter arising from teething or as : r
heeded daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron living- other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle.Master's Lot four ((4)) of Indian River City, in Titusville, Florida. R

Jt1HrT of the Common People-We ston, prominent people of this city, oc=: section 33, township 24 south, range 3ti( 4
win Probably Get Our Share.LOSDON currea Sunday, and was a social eventof east, in the county and state aforesaid. A. M. THRASHER,

Dec 10.-Scientists are add great importance to the Hebrew socie- Under and by virtue of a decree of "JAMES E. EOWMAX: -

to the cheerfulness of our winter ex- ty of this and adjacent cities. foreclosure and sale rendered by the Sheriff Erevan Co. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 'it-

jog assuring us that the influenza Fatally Beaten by HU Son. Judge of the Circuit Court of the Sev- JAMES T. SANDERS, P. O. Box 20, SANFORD FLA. ,.t"-

ismread all over Europe, and furtherJJOI' ST. Louis, Dec. 20.-George Guenther, enth Judicial Circuit Florida, sittin Plaintiff's Attorney. Circuit Will practice and Supreme in all Court.the counties of the'Seventhh. 3 *... ;

that it is probably merely the pre aged 70 years, was Tuesday fatally in Chancery, at Chambers, for the coun-

of cholera, which will happen beaten by his son, Emil Guenther. Th"boy ty of Brevard, dated December 3rd, A. l'Jaster's Sale. ALLEN E. HEYSER,

poser the advent of next bears a bad reputation, and is but 17' D. 1889, in a certain cause pending in Under and by virtue of a final decree of *
along upon summerStatistics years old. The quarrel arose over the said court, wherein the Berkey and Gay foreclosure issuing out of tht Honorable .
1 show that these diseases have refusal of his mother to furnish him with Furniture Company is complainant and Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Alloniey-al-Law and Conyeyaiicer

often but not invariably marched in the money. Harriet P. Wilkinson et al are defend- Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for

order named. ants, I will sell at public outcry, according Brevard county, dated the twenty-ninth day Lake'Vortb Dade County, Florida. ,
At it is generally conceded that war is FOUR ROBBERS LYNCHEDFor to law, before the court-house doorin ofXovember; A. D* ll>S9 in a certain cause Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade n

imminent in the spring, there will be Murderously aultlDJ and Titusville, in said county of Brevard, therein pending, wherein Martha Ann County )lands r

lathing needed but famine to accompany Arkansas Fanner. Robbingan on the first :Monday in January, A. D. Judde, by her next friend, S. II. Ray, andJ. & ATKINSON .

the promised war and pestilence to 1890 being the 6th day of said month, R. Judde, her husband, are complainants JONES ,
Dec. 21.-It Is
re- and William R Edwards is defendant.
: % ,
reader the misery of the common people during the legal hours of sale, for cash,
that four
ported robbers
I will in Attomeys-at-Laiv
as Special Chancery,
complete. As the epidemic, since its to the highest biddelp the following described ,
: lynched in Maumelle sell sale the and best
township by a vigi- at public to highest
in 1174 and real situate in the Titu wille,
first recorded appearance estate, county Florida.
lance committee. Saturday evening bidder for cash, in front of the courthousedoor ,
during its nearly 100 occurrences, has altnjs of Brevard and State of Florida to wit:
Henry Wright, a well-to-do farmer, between in Titusville, Brevard county Florida, SANDERS
section line ,
traveled leisurely from east to west, went to Fletcher's store at Big Maumille, Beginning at the on the sixth day of January, A. D. 1890, J.T. .
t the United States will probably not bet and while en route home four masked sections three and four, in township the same being the first Monday in the (

Efgle t ted by it. men stopped his team, drew their pistol twenty-five, south of range 3G east at .a month and a legal sale day, between the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .

Influenza In Home. and demanded his money or his life. : square monument stone marked with a legal hours of sale, all that certain lot or dicial Will Circuit practice of in Florida.all the Courts 'of the Seventh,Ju-. ,.

The epidemic influenza in a very mild Wright was unarmed, but made a desperate : letter "'Vft thence :due east 1,850 feet, piece of land situate in Brevard county, P. O. Box 2S5. TITUSVILLE, FLA. .
fight with his fists. He was: more or less, to Indian River, thence State of Florida, to-wit: Beginning at the 11JJENTAL
in Rome. Dr.
Canabis director
I form prevails knocked out of the rear of the wagon, northerly along said river 200 feet, more northeast corner of the southeast quarter of .

: of the board of health here, bas falling to the ground insensible. Sunday or less, to the south line of a lot of landA. the northwest quarter of section four (4)), OFFICE OF '

started for St. Petersburg to study the morning Wright was found by neighbors L. and E. F. Hatch purchased of R. in township twenty-two (22)" ,south of range r

disease and to determine, if possible, why who had gone hi search of him, C. May, thence due west along said lineto thirty-five east.and run south five chain DR. L T. DANIEL

it assumed eventually a malignant form and, although fatally injured, rallied the section line above named, thence and forty links, thence go west seven chains COCOA, .

i in order that he may do what seems sufficiently to describe his assailants. A due south along said section line 200 and twenty-five links, thence north:dive Will be at the Grand View: Hotel. FLORIDA.

, necessary to prevent such a result ii vigilance committee wag at once organ- fcet. more or less, to the place of begin- chains and forty links, thence east seven the First Monday in each Month, for TUmvllle one week, on or
I Come The epidemic has made its appearance ized, and the murderers were caught ning.; chains and twenty-five links to the point more. Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteed

at Antwerp, where there area and lynched. Also that certain piece or parcel of of beginning, containing tour acres. Terms to be satisfactory. 11

r large number of cases of the disease TRAGEDIAN LAWRENCE BARRETT land being a part of lot number three, cash.Witness ."
. among the troops in garrison. section three township twenty-five,southof my hand at Titusville, Florida,, M. .
in lloston. Submits to Surgical Operation to Re- this second day of December, A. D. 1889. lfi
Influenza thirty-six east, commencing on
duce the Sice of His Neck. range J. H. ROLLINS DENTIST '
BOSTON, Dec. 19.-Physicians report the bank of Indian River at the divid- ,
fereral caS of influenza in this city. BOSTON, Deo. 20.-Lawrence Barrett, ing line between lots three and four, Special Master in Chancery., TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA .
the is at St. .
K tragedian, Margaret's hospital -
said dividing
thence west running along Aching teeth filled and saved without destroying
COLORED PEOPLE OF THE SOUTH. suffering from swelling of the thy- line between lots three and four 1,852feet 33-ot Solicitors for Complainant. the nerves. Teeth with abcessea treated saocecafnlly. -

4 5ailonal Convention to De Held In WashIngton roid glands. Monday an: operation was more or less, to the ijjbption line dividing Notice.To pure.Para Roots gum.crowned Broken suh Plates'ta"tWIy.mended.Plates Badly of

Next February. successfully performed upon his throat sections three and our, thence nttinR plates corrected. Teeth extracted painless
by Dr. Maurice H. Richardson, of all whom it ITOl ice on Washington avenue. g
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21.-CoL :Perry north along said section line 418 and may concern:
Canon, one of the recognized leaders Beacon street. Mr. Barrett has been &l-100ths feet, thence east on a line par- Notice is hereby given that my wife, Le-
troubled with of the .
swelling thyroid oheretta Field having left bed and J.F. LEWIS
allel the dividing line between lots my
the colored men in to
trnoflg Washington,, glands at intervals for several It
years. board without and
baa long been an advocate of a scheme of never interfered with his work, how- three and four 1,580 feet to Indian River just cause provocation,
the margin of all parties are forbidden to harbor or trust CM -Engineer) ail Snnfejor
in which south
'organization the colored man ever, and he never suffered pain. Of thence along r
I will ,
would be fully protected and defended. late the swelling has become extremely said river 490 feet, more or less, to the on my account, as not TitusvUIcy Fla.
responsible for debts contracted by her.
Under his guidance nearly of beginning containing thirteenacres
every prominent disfiguring. It will probably several place ALBEBT M. FIELD
colored man in the country has become months before Mr. Barrett will less. .
again more or
appear Juno, Dade Co., Fla., Nov., 1889. B. BU.RCHFIELD,
interested in the project. A bureauof on the stage.A Also the southeast quarter of south- R. 5-
relief has been established in every of section four township
east quarter ,
city with headquarters at the capital. A Rejected Lover's Crime. twenty five south, range thirty-six east. Master's Sale. COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .

Ntaonal convention has been called to DALLAS, Tex., Dec. 20.-Mrs. Mary Also.four hundred and eighteen: feet Under and by virtue of a decree of fore- by mail will receive
be held there the first Monday in Fobru- Adams, a handsome y6ung widow, was closure and sale rendered by the Judge of as prompt
of the
of the south end quar- attention calls in
C shot and fatally wounded Sunday night the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial as person.
The objects of the convention are: by W. D. Cummings, a rejected lover. ter of the southeast quarter of said sec- Circuit of Florida, sitting in Chancery, at Address: Georgiana, Fla.
nut-To organize a National association Mrs. Adams had accepted the escort of tion four, township twenty-five Chambers, for the county of Brevard,dated

of colored American citizens, by another man from church and was fired range thirty-six east, the measurement December 3rd, A. D. 1889, in a certain JjA RUE P. ELY, \ ,

vfefch a united and continuous effort upon by: CummingB, who was in am- to.commence at the southeast corner of cause pending in said court, wherein the .

iibill! be made to relieve them from the bush. Bloodhounds were placed on his said last described lot of land, and to go Berkey & Gay Furniture Company is complainant Notary Public for the State at Large.Justice .
inflicted them in Garland fifteen miles from the section line between
personal outrages upon track. At north along and Harriet P. Wilkinson, et a/,
the southern states, and obtain all the here, he was captured. As soon as'arrested sections three and four for a distance of are the defendants, I will sell at of the Peace, 17th Dist. r

tights of American citizens now denied he shot himself fatally in the four hundred and eighteen feet, thence public out-cry, according to law, before CONTRACTOR & BUILDER ]
them In of this country. breast. Cummings came here from of mile thence south
parts west one-quarter a the door of the Hotel Indian River, at of 30 '
over experience. Nat.ural'
Sooono To ascertain opposing influenced Nashville two years ago. four hundred and eighteen feet to corner Rockledge, in said county of Brevard, on finish ears

that retard the growth'of their ed- Japanese Minister Recalled. between said lots of land herein de- the First: Monday in January, A. D.1890, a specialty. .

notional'I'hlrd-To, moral invoke and material to interests.such WASHINGTON, Dec. 19.The Japanese scribed, thence a quarter of a mile to being die 6th day of said month, at 4 Melbourne Florida. S

legislation Iuv will congress enable the pass coloredAmericans minister, Mutsu, has been recalled, and place of beginning.Also o'clock in the afternoon, for cash, to the A. M. Hamilton &' Co.
to exercise the right of franchise will leave for home in a few days. The the northwest quarter of the highest bidder, the following-described personal ,

in southern states without fear of recall was entirely unexpected:and is agreat northeast quarter of section twenty-one, property,,situate in the county of

molestation the Blair educational disappointment to him, as he and township 21 south, of range thirty-five Brevard and State of Florida, to-wit: TITUSVUiIiE, FLORIDA ,.'
his family have friends and acquaintances fractional lot Indian All the furniture-hotel and kitchenall .
Ml; also to pass a bill to pay the depositors many east, it being a on
of the Froedman'B bank in full here, and are delighted with River, containing twenty acres, more or the beds, bedding, linen and towel- Wholesale Dealers In .' !
for their deposits.. Washington life. There has been a re- ling, and all the moveable fixtures now in

t r < Mr. pledger's Advice cent change of the ministry in Japan less.Also a strip of land fourteen rods wide the said Hotel Indian River, of every kind
Indian River
which accounts for Mutsu's recall. It is and description whatsoever, or so much Oysters .
River commencing at
Mr. Pledger of Georgia, advises the facing on Indian ,
understood he will be offered a place thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said ,.
colored people not to permit themselves the southwest corner of lot four, sectiontwo I
under the new government on his re- decree and the cost of sale. ,
to be enumerated. by the census takersin turn. township twenty-five south, of range D. L. GAULDEN. ..
I860, but to"take to the woods" when thirty-six east, and running due east Master lure vice.
they round. His is thatu An Undertaker Surprl eL the pro .
come argument along south side of said lot to east Alex. St. Clair-Abranis
the colored people are not allowed to NEW YORK, Dec., 19. Walter Elliott, line of the same, and then due north Solicitor for complainants., 33 Green Turtle and Game. .' h'

tote hi the south they are now unjustly Brooklyn, who was very ill Friday along the said line fourteen rods, and

,,. counted voters in making up the number night, passed into convulsions, and was then due west parallel with the first Masters' Sale. ill orders will receive prompt and careful at. :
of congressmen allotted to the south, thougut to have died. While the under- Indian River and tentlon,whether by telegraph,
I' and If they should not be counted in theN taker was preparing the body for burial, mentioned to of Under and by virtue of a final decree of letter or person. 17'
census the congressional representation however, the sick man suddenly openedhis thence along said river to the place sale and foreclosure rendered by the honorable -

of the south in the new apportionment eyes and demanded 'to know what Beginning, being a strip of fourteen rods John D. Broome, Judge of the Circuit -

would be reduced to its proper 41menaions. they were doing to him. He is now doing : wide north and south on said river, and Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of !

well, and will live. extending the same width to the east Florida, on the nineteenth day of November -

line of the above lot described, the same A. D. 1889, in a certain cause in chan- 2
Conference Virginia.RICHMOND' Repbblloan Supremacy Endangered. supposed to be a fraction over eight cery pending in the circuit court of Brevard J
J Va, Des 21.-Tuesday DES'MOXNES, Iowa, Dec. 18.-Representative -
r acres, more or Bounty and for the circuit aforesaid, wherein
night at a conference of colored men Shipley, of Guthrie county, Also all of lot one, section thirty-three, Martha Ann Judde and Samuel H. Ray,
from various sections of state held in few
the who was badly injured a fight a
lot of section thirty-four friend and J. R.Judde her husband
and one her next -
!<* a and resolutions were is seriously sick with
t preamble weeks ago, pneu-
township twenty-six south, of rangehirtyseven are complainants, and Henry Johnson -
ILl opteu memorializing congress to pass monia. If he should die the Repub-
east, situated on Merritt'sIsland : defendant, I will, as Special Masterin
general election law which wouldgauxntee licans would be in a minority in the :
fet casJ the .
sell to highest
them a better right of suffrage house at the opening of the legislature, [ ; one-sixth interest, as shown on Chancery, Mr. A. H. Hawkes-Dear Sir: Your PATENT
than they now enjoy. and the Democrats would elect the plat from a survey C. B. Ma- bidder, on Monday, the sixth day of January EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and am
gruder,county surveyor of Brevard county A. D. 1890, the same being"the first very much gratified at the wonderful change that
speaker. I in the month and a legal sale day baa come over my eyesight since 1 have discarded '
THE VALUE OF UEGS.ZaTtMf : and recorded in the Clerk's office at Monday ay old glasses and am now wearing yours. 't'. k
Find of House-Hunters. 679 in front of thecourt-housedoor in the town ... ;
It at S30.00O and In Ghastly Titusville, in book of deeds A, age ALIXIXDXB AGAB '-
Unlaced WASHINGTON, Dec 18.-Two ladies and known on said plat as strips seven of Titusville, Brevard county, Florida, all Secretary Stationers'Board of Trade. :' ; 'f/I.
Indiana ,But All fitted at the Dru Store of "If If"
89,000. the following real estate to-wit: The north- .
in house Friday wentto
engaged hunting and eight an.d more particularly described 25 DIXON OKAY, TITUSVILLE. FLA.
: :
PAL Dec. 2O.-ln the .
}: h; Tex." examine the premises No. 1205 G line drawn west quarter (N. 'V.l) of the northeastN. S \

district court Tuesday the jury gave street, which have been vacant for some from Banana, commencing River Indian on a River true ( E.) | of the northwest quarter (N. W. ,
to SAW
Noel Chapman, a 15-year-old: boy, a ver- .time and in charge of a colored watchman and twenty-nine chains and 1)) of section eight (8), in township twe ty- SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR
dict for loss of Mardilla. As about to cast west, south of thirty-five(35))east,
$30,000 damages.for the a named they were line one(21), range
ninety-three.links north of township The Subscriber offers for Sale, in
leg and a broken arm, by an accident on enter the house they detected a horrible containing ten acres, more or less, and being t .
the International and Great Northerntaiilroad. odor, and without goin in,informed the dividing townships twenty-six and town- in Brevard county, Florida. to suit Purchasers, some ,

'PlJ"f is the{heaviest verdict proprietor, who immediately had an in- ships twenty-seven, and runs north three Witness my hand this 28th day of November 500 Acres of Selected Portions,
ever rende&r'ar.aJnst'a railroad in this vestigation made, which resulted hi find- chains and thirty-five links, and thence A. D. 1889.

cut, and the jury was only out twenty- ing the dead body of a young negro and a continuation true north (which con- JAMES SANDERS, of the above-named Lands.

TO minutes. Chapman was an em- tHe watchman in a dying condition. The -stitutes strip number eight) seven chains Master in Chancery.ROBBINS .
ploye. young negro had probably been dead for and sixty links to another line drawn & GRAHAM, Situated on Sebastian Bay and Indian

three or*four days. There is no solutionof east and west from high water in Banana 33-5t Solicitors for Complainants.A. River

Got Only 9000. th *mrstery as-yet. An autopsy. will River to high water in Indian River -
BEDFORD, Ind.. Dec.'20.-Charles Mad- be held. AND ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR
containing thirteen acres, more or & Son
dox has received judgment against L. Hatch WINTER II O IES.
A Gallatin Tell D., Bank Breaks.NASHVILLE less.
Eli Evansville and Richmond railroad DEALERS IN Lands the immediate .
These in
Also number section eight, are
Dec. 19.-The Bankof Jot
fOr : wreck Tenn.,
|%OOO for the loss of a leg in a
L. last, October.,* Gallatin, in Gallatin, Sumner county, township> twenty-seven south, of range vicinity of the ** .

assigned Monday to R. G. Gillespie and thirty-seven east,containing twenty-nine DRY GOODS NOTIONS FINEST FISHING, HUNTING .. .. sAND
PAT. HUNT HANGED. W. H. Brown for creditors. The assets acres, more or less, being a lot of land SEA BATHING. rt..

about $60,000, and the, liabilities conveyed by John Houston to E. F.
Jwaee Abnee'gMurdererStretehee Hemp are To be found in the whole Taclianliver
-. about '40,000. Nearly all the Sumner Parham, lying and being in Eau Gallie, Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, Section, and have 'also the ad'antase -
at Parts' Kentucky. county officials and many business men county of Brejvard, State of Florida, or Stationery, Family Medicines by
of Daily Communication
PARIs,'Xy.,Dec SO.-Pat Hunt was depositors, and the blow is a heavyone.
,- were so much thereof as be sufficient to Garden ,
** 10:15 Wednesday bank in may Steamers with all points'north': -
agedln the jail yard at The charter of the expires satisfy said decree and the costs of sale.
of James the failure due to Actual Settlers_and ImProverswillbe'Y! {
morning for the murder March, 1800, was
wee,Feb 21, 1889., Abnee was a wit-; ,. the fact that the bank cannot make a purchaser to.pax for titles. CHOICE. GKOOEEIES. specially favored. Correspondence. intrited.
clear title to a cotton factory until June, : | Address it -,
Aese at the trial pCHimt's.wife, ;who was ,
mooed to three years' imprisonment.. 1890. The'f factory was ,,assigned to the Master pro hac n<< I' Hay,' Corn, napes Fertilizers., Frank H. Alten 1 Norwich/CSRR. r r
fer the murder of f*Rick" Thomas, Aug. 'batik when-the cotton company assigned ; FLORIDA. ." ,"%it;.: *_ *. ,Vi '
cm POINT 20 'to ,
i33 .. Solicitor for Complainant. J I p : .A
moats ; .
J ,
MM. aM testified -'Rat.her. Hunt "one ago. e. ti'f; ,a ,.a "" --, : {} .. -! '' ', ;. -
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'iF." :," ., ;y :.._ THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY' DEC. 26, 4889.

4. -: .,'..,..... "".". ,p. ,
:! I :; .4 'J
of Grand Mr. D. W. McQuaig has taken t&eeontract ticularlyin. the. & abiUt1 of haia
: 4-6 1889, Mr. and Mrs. Fred F.Taylor, *A
THE fRID A STAR.PUBLISBED on which $158 had been paid, under the new law for cuttfajfou! membership embrace all the e
ISP and .$156.90, 6101889.. On the $968 Rapids, Iich.,, are expected to arrive at fFJweIs .,
EVERY- THURSDAY warrant$309.90:was paid,leaving$658.10; Coooa inafewdays. the road from Miss Valentine's place to this section; as,. thereby the Lest oLW...
ble results of
Creek.Messrs. .
--- on the $425 warrant nothing paid, leaving Mr. C. H. Edgerton and Mr. A. Ball Turkey 1toaLl\e
,,' \ILLIS B I have completedthe
1 AGERJpr $1,083.10. sailed down to Tropic Monday in the fast Fee & Nesbitt acMerdL
.. president waTcrfaili
"4 S1.5O per Annum. On motion it is ordered that a warrantfor sloop Dauntless.The well for Mr. Will M. Campbell on
9fc to call a meeting of the stockholderprovided
$79.60; for interest, be issued to In- Underwood's little his west shore place and are piping the
S_ aleml at the Pod Office at TttutmlUcu dian Bank and one to James Livinier, Capt. grounds. They began on Monday another. for by Sec 34, ChuMcClellan's ji.!:J
River is the being
naphtha-launch on ways
Matter.THE ,
Second-Clou Digest
: on
) Pritchard, for interest, for $37.50-loth repainted and put in good order for win- well for Mrs. E. M. Campbell on her Wednesday..
day January 1890
for the pujL
E STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper. general fund. place on the banks of Crane Creek.
ter use. of amending article 3 of
'f c r Brevard county._ On motion J. M. Sanders and A. J. We are happy to welcome back to Melbourne the argd* t-
here last
Mrs. C. F. Conkey arrived of incorporation so as to reduce the .
the Largest ,circulation Carter appointed to burn interest- Miss Perenoux, Miss Mary Du-
The Star has were
week Wis. and is a '
from Appleboro tal stock from $10,000 to $5,000andtoilcrease
-.r any paper on the East coast of Fla. bearing warrants No. 118 and 119. The Bose, Dr. DuBose and Mr. Haskell
guest at the hospitable home of Col. the number of shares from
A SQUARE U one incb in space; 21 squares committee reported warrants burned. DuBose. Miss Susie is visiting friendsin 100 b
Mrs. C. W. Harrison. Mrs. Conkey came 500 at $10 each
as authorized
make a column. Whereupon the Board adjourned. Texas but will be here about the first by Sec.>
t" advertising rates enquire of the Editor down to attend to having her son-in- Chap. 3907 of the Laws of Florida tjalso
'I their
{ ,&I way*enclosing two cent stamp._ !I Cocoa.Mr. law's place, known so well as the Barnes otnext month. They will occupy to so amend arti le 5>>as to redact tie

'.- property, repainted and put in perfect pretty cottage near Trinity Church. number of directors from nine ;
ALL we wish to say to*the Melbourne J. W.-McClung;of Palatka, spent Satur- to E,p. '
order. Painters and gardeners are The St. LuciQ was very late on The following resolution
Jfcwi is that the heading in the STAR the day in Cocoa last Thursday. vn thea
already busy at work upon the house day, being nearly run down when she adopted:
.which it termed a "scare heading" was Mrs. W. R. Sanders and her two interesting said
and arrived here. One of the passengers
grounds. Resolved That this association
-justified by the figures as they were secured daughters visited Cocoa 3Ionday. bad for hereWmost
he believed she freight
from each precinct by the best information The death of young Mr. Robert Fresh every heartily endorse the action of tie
The Tarpon anchored at Cocoa for a landing on the route; that 1,200 pack
the Commissioners of
attainable at the time. Each which took place last Sunday at County Brenrd 0ty -.

*.. furnished the latest information few, days last week with Commodore house of.: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dixon, ages were landed at Rockledge alone. in making such a liberal appropriate
we far.have ahead of the News, and this. is Hughes and party on board. though not unlooked for caused deep They left Titusville with forty passen- for a county exhibit at the SubTropiaJExposition

+ the of that little editorirobably .The masquerade ball to take place at sorrow to fall upon his many friends andrelatives. gers, and they report the hotels there and that we as at ....
p father Hill's Hall Dec. 26th being well talked full. Twenty arriving at 3
has been passengers tion ourselves to do all
_ is special exuberance on our The young man an % pledge we can: fe> '
50 wet dry we only regret up and promises to be a success. invalid for many months and death must a. m., had to sit up until boat time.Ten make such exhibit a success.
whether or ;
w part that the decision either way was not Mr. Charles Verbeke, of Brantley, is have come as a relief to him. He came hours was the time required to reach. this The hour of 1 o'clock having arrived

x more decisive. We expected a close election spending Christmas week with his friendsin from Kentucky and was a relative of the place. on motion the meeting adjourned for Ball

and it turns out closer than anyone Cocoa and Bockledge. Dixon family of this place. The funeral The funeral of Henry R.V.. McBride an hour.

desired. Mr. A. Hildretb, of Columbus, 0., ar. took place Monday morning and the remains took place Thursday afternoon, Rev. Dr. Upon reassembling, the JLwociatioc proceeded .

The New of to-day's date can copy our rived on the Indian River a few days ago were interred in the family cemetery Judd officiating, large number of neigh- to the election of officers for t&e

; official rep' rt as published last Thursday and has taken up his quarters in his win- of the Dixons.Mr. bors and friends being present, who beneath ensuing year. A. Brady filed praxes

# -.and put on its best scare heading to suit ter home at Indianola. F. S. Harrison, of the hardware the rays of the declining sun ten- from F. A. Chappell and H. S. WiBoss

...,the occasion. Messrs. Stiling& Taylor's hardware establishment firm of H. Boker & Co., of New York, derly laid him to rest beneath the whis empowering him to cast their votes lie

r- is artistically decorated forth reached Cocoa last Saturday on the steamer pering pines he loved] so well. Mr. election resulted as follow: Directors,

S iCE canvassing of the returns of holidays. It is very unique and mustbereen St. Lucie. He was met at the boat by McBride was a member of Enterprise G. S. Hardee, G. W. Holmes, a R H -

_ the wet and dry election numerous ru- to be appreciated. his delighted father, Col. C. W. Harrison, Lodge F. A. M., No. 228, New York City, gruder, A. L. Hatch, J. D. Hatter, AI .

--more.' have been afloat in regard to the The pretty cottage which is being built of Rockledge, who intends.having a good and from 1862 to 1878 was a large manu- I Brady, W. H. Sharpe, Joa. Paxton,P.J.

action of throwing out the vote at Eau for Mr. W. G. Patterson is nearing I )m- long visit from his son. Mr. Harfison facturer and dealer in hats and millinery I Nevins president,C.R Magruder; via-

but finally it has been decided goods in that city. A stroke of paralysisput A. Brady A. L
daljie, etc pletion. We wonder if Mr. Patterson expects to be joined in a few days by his president, ; secretary 3

by the advocates of the wet side to intends keeping Bachelor's Hall there? friends, Messrs. Heinisch and, Simock, an end to his business career and Hatch; treasurer, W. H. Sharpe. :

contest the throwing of this precinct together with young Mr. Heinisch, of six years ago he came to Florida to spend On motion, the thanks of the a oda>
Merrill of
Mr. and Mrs. J.
which if successful, will necessitate anther W. Newark, N. J. These gentlemen were his remaining years in peace and quiet. tion were tendered Mr. J. D. Hatter for 1

> election, probably, to decide the City, Mo., who are spending the winterat Saturday all down here two years ago, and they Mr. McBride leaves a widow-to whom the excellent fish dinner provided. 4

question. There is very little doubt Georgians, came over to Cocoa were so impressed with our beautiful In- he was married last summer-and two The business of the meeting being new*
L. T.
but that irrregularities equal to those of last to visit our dentist. Dr. dian River and so thoroughly enjoyed sons, Harry L. and Chas. T. McBride. concluded it was, on motion adjoorad.

Eau Gallie were carried on at other precincts Daniel. the fine ani successful sport of fishing Deceased was nearly 62 years old. A. HATCH.Secfy.

but there is no intention of The Christmas tree and attending exercises President.Remarkable .
as and hunting'which they indulged in during -. C. B. MAGEUDEB,

fraud i in these irregularities, why has not of the new M. E. Church came off their stay here that they cannot resist Orange Growers' Association. 'I

Eau Gallie the same right to be countedAS on.Christmas Eve night. The Sunday Rescav.
the temptation of having another Proceedings of the first annual meet-
School has over eighty members and Mrs. Michael Curtain, PlainficldMIL,
other precincts season pass by without enjoying some of ing of the Indian River Orange Growers' makes the statement that she easffct

JUDGE E.. K. FOSTER one of the ablest each scholar received a gift. our splendid weather, delicious tropical Association, held at City Point Fla., cold which settled on her long; be

attorneys of our State, has been engaged Mr. Henry Banks and wife, of Atlanta, fruits, unequaled green-turtle steaks and Dec. 4th, 1889. was treated for a month by her fem r

of the wet side. Now it Ga. with their and arrivedat physician, but grew CrsettoW!!-
1 grandson
by the advocates ; son other blessings too numerous to mention. The meeting was called to order by she was a hopelea victim of coats y4i -

4 .is in order for all those on the dry side City Point last week, where they will Mr. Harrison does not look as if he came the president. The minutes of the ]last and that no medicine could care her.

- come forward with contributions tosecure spend borne time in their comfortable Her druggist suggested Dr. Kleg'sSer
to for his health, but rather, should we meeting were read and approved. The
an attorney for their side. It will' cottage, which is situated in the midst of Discovery for Consumption; she bsqlt
judge by his bright smile and cheery ; following report.of general managerwas a bottle and to her delight found bei t

cost some money to fight it, and if they their large orange grove. manners, came to have "a jolly good then read and on motion adoptedand benefitted from first dose. She esas-

want to defend their ,cause: the action Mr. Marcus Gould, of New York, is time," and we hope and feel sure that he ordered published: ued its use, and after taking 'tea...... E'

should betaken at' once. Don't put it visiting at the home of Col. and Mrs. E. and his friends will find all they found herself sound and well iiewrileera
expectin OFFICE.OF I. R. O. G. A. her own house work and Is as "If fo '
} all on the County Commissioners. to do, M. Wade in Rockledge. Mr. Gould has the way of hunting and fishing, to say CITY POINT, FLA., Dec. 4, '89. } she ever was. Free trial bottles ef 8M* "

-..for they have enough to look after. already made many friends here, who nothing of the good time they will be To the Stockholders of the L R. ('. G. .A: Great Discovery at Dixon & GreJ' i

a will be pleased to learn that he intends certain to have while visiting and cruis- Your secretary and general manager Drug Store. Large bottles b0e.uJ ft.
,- spending the winter on Indian River. ing'on'lovely Indian River. begs leave to submit the following:
which had risen
THE brightest star -
.. 'I The of the association is
The many friend of Capt. W. H. organization .
.' amid the galaxy which adorns the journv Melbourne.Mr. .
Sharpe of City Point, were pained to complete, the laws of the State having
in the"New South" has BmTlltE& I
alistic profession J. T. Hogg, of Eau Gallie, spent
hear of the severe illness which'overtook been fully complied with. The numberof
sunk beneath the horizon forever. last Sunday in Melbourne.Mr. ar....pIIsp bT
him last week. Dr.Hughlett was calledin members i is fifty. There were shippedby ..
That noble voice, whose burning eloquence C. H. Stewart and Mr. and Mrs: 0.1. FEIIY& ca.
consultation with Dr. Holmes. Last members of the association last season TOoarctfc. )Lust
cultured .
magnetized the most
had J. M. Minor Satur-
accounts from the sick room state that he were passengers on about 32,000 boxes of oranges for which Sttdcstea lath*world. ,
and learned audiences ever gathered together day's boat. D.K.TatxT&Cb'sDooigth
I t ..* is improving.The the average net returns were $1.90 per r..l'r UIuit *
on the continent and which was Rev. Dr. Judd conducted the serviceat
box. The estimated loss of fruit in
re- SbDtMIl
A: never silent when an opportunity offered dainty wedding announcements the Church of the Holy Trinity. A

.to tell,of,the possibilities and resourcesof the marriage of )[r. Ellis B. Wager and good number attended. packing was about 6 per: cent. Averagetime bJlgawmbe llL m ..
app&cuus.aced to last sea.osfs as
in transit to New York
e his own great State and those which Miss Mattie Rosa Ryals were received Miss Grace Cummings is teaching the nine/ days. tomen. It Is better t&za e rer. Ev.
There have been issued able Gortea,Flower
to members the 07 penoo
adjoin it, is stilled forever. with pleasure by his favored friends at school at Melbourne Beach and the scholars or Field SBSDS ibooid KM!far k.
postseason about 18,000 trade-mark tags, D. M. FERRY A CO.DETROIT. .
last week and congratulations
Wherever the Constitution was read the this place ,
: : : are making splendid progress.Mr. UI '
for distribution
> name of its brilliant editor had a magic and numerous wishes for.their happiness leaving about 32,000.
.McAllister, we hear, has four more The letterheads for I
lithograph the of
_ i influence and created a feeling of admiration are extended to them heartily by all. use
veils to put down at Malabar and then members are on hand and may be had
for his, noble qualities which was K. Wood while to J. PRlTCILUW,Pruh1en&
Mr. O. attempting goes up to Memtt's Island to wet it on application. Your executive; committee ,
= 1 akin to bye.t Respected and admired
skittish horse little "cart- '
harness a to a
*/ down. and have W. 3f.11 1 .
general manager labored to '..
throughout the nation, loved by the last week knocked '
lett" to
one day was
t The homestead to the members material
of for
contest case GeorgeW. secure putting -
Southland worshipped by the people of the ground by the kicking of said horse INDIAN RIYHRB.IIL:
HENBY W. GRADY has been Stony vs. James Booth,Jr.,was heard .I up their crops, but without means, .
shafts thor-
against the buggy only a
:i.removedJrom the,field' of labor whereinhe before our notary public, Mr. L. P. Ely, howev/r, for the purchase of these supplies
ough dusting severe fright was last Friday. I there is little that could be done. TltBsvllIe Flerkbu .
the full of
toiled so well In vigor Mr. Wood from the accident. .
manhood an age when his intellect by Last Sabbath, for the first time, the The interest in the Florida Orange Grow- A GENERAL II"" L T ....

Wasl uet developing and expanding; to its The friends and acquaintances of 31. church bell summoned the worshippersto ers' Union and Fruit Exchange has grownto siew.'

B. V. Ives, Pottsdam. N. Y., who owns some extent in our section and resulted
has been removed : church. Mr. Getman was unable to asst
',lull power,-he by an Exchange bought sad sold, fpedal
all-wise Providence. the handsome orange grove formerly preach on "account of sickness in his fam- in some cases, in tire organization of prompt attention given to collections. "'

... ,. Enshrined in the. hearts. of those who known as the Kennedy place, just northof ily. branch societies. A free and full discus- Banks legouated,Corporattoa on Ant wuXlndiridaali.sortgagB for &

i Cocoa, are delighted to see him on In- sionwf this most important est: allowed on time depoc&s. ..'.
loved him his memory will be cherished R. "". Andrews, the popular host of question of Advances made upon available coUt *L
dian River again. He arrived here a the transportation and sale of fruit is Approved business pa r dtsconaraJDrafts
.. and his brilliant career will serve to stirnf8late the Carleton, left for a trip to Titusvillelast our on aU parts of Eaiope.
"'" and mould the character of our few days ago looking as well and genial Saturday.' Messrs. C. H. Stewart recom mended. We are pleased to state Business done M Jaeksonv i-1! 4
Every favor,consistent s
as ever. that
.:youth for many come. and S. F. Gibbs were also away on business a greater number of oranges boaki c. eaecrJeltrCORCESPOXDfiXTS

'" The .people of Georgia have already Building will soon commenced upon the latter part of the week. are being solemn<< the groves the present :Rank ofia ... ....,
:1Ai ," toward the residence which is to be erected by season than heretofore. Referring to theI I acksonrille, FU.; The 8e&booura 4
:J8fi 1ri.taken steps erecting a monument{ Examination week at the public school (anktKewTcHc. .!
the of their beloved'son. If the Holmes Bros., bankers at this place, recommendations made by vour -
to ,
: .memory here. Judging from the the -- ---
however, his many admirers would establish upon the land which was purchased by mittee August 5th, 1889, we copy It v..Z'S C't'ORr a
pupils are doing remarkably .
them last The land has been found that in all .
of to his summer. cases where ,
a seat learning perpetuate oranges .
F. H. Fee has charge of the school and
name and remind posterity of his ooble nicely cleared and a substantial and com- is most successful teacher. were sold at home parties realized more Hardware and

., life, ,it would be far more useful and appropriate fortable sidewalk already laid on the a than were shipped to commission houses ," <%-
river front. Mr. J. Holmes, who proposes to opena hence committee
your recommend .
than a granite or marble] shaft. members ,
Can storied i ,urn or animated bust The decks of the steamer St. Lucie bank at Cocoa, was in town last week to sell at home as far as practicable." General Prod

Back to its mansion call the" fleeting last Saturday morning when she landed interviewing our business men. Mr. The treasurer's report shows .
breath? Holmes is much with
i her down the river ourdelightful DB. fitMIlA
at Cocoa on trip here
Can honors' voice provoke the talent dust, climate and the business Total from IT.
____ Or flattery soothe the dull cold ear. 01 brightened by the presence of many pretty prospects. receipts assesments.$460 00 ...,..., <

_ .:. :-,. '. .death? girls and young ladies. Among them :i Among the passengers Saturday was ; ;; a f letter-heads trade-marks..... 87 4 45 10 Melbourne; Fli ;
Mr. Hart of Port Huron
$' we noticed Senator Gardner Hardee's Mich. Mr. s I

; t9 Commissioners': Meet- three daughters, the Misses Emma, Flor- Hart is a son-in-law of Dr. Bailey, who $:)01 55 TOOK OIUCFtllfl

-' lag.o ence and Minnie, who have come 'home has been here for several weeks past. Mr. CB., ,

_t (.. .i!';: Tm following- Sub-Tropical scrip was to Rockledge from their college at White Hart, we believe, intends to settle in By" amt expended to date........_$362 60 Well locate,.;, fetfMXim; resaet ....
Florida. balance on hand............... .. 138 95 .<
fi. ordered iweed:':No. 123, amount $1,500 Sulphur Springs to spend the holidays t 10 pgeN.4..:: PIP._

iW"nlfi r 1889 with their Miss May Nolan of The touches ale nearly ...
; -dote: a interest-tearing, parents; finishing completed -: $50155A. I 3arwee.,!"" .

*p yWe.Jaa.I Ifit,,1891; also an.interest- Sanford. who will visit the family of on Mr. Hector's hotel building: L. HATCH AHHRBRIB, ...x.1....'

-./'be r .,warFMC' No 124 amountx,10 $1- Senator Hardee, and the five love. ).7daughters and the formal 'opening will soon take Sect'y and Genl 3 Sanafie r. .. '-

.* dated. as B.-*_.....4''17,1S89...V.. BXC...,.., payable Mar* ofMr. EL.A. Hartwell, of Chicago place. It has been;.decided. to name it Considerable time was spent in the diaI S1c'R "" ..'

,. ; lat 18W/lii irkH '" erest-bearin- HI., who has lately had erected a 'The Melbourne," and HUB' Ella Cope.I cussion of, matters of more or less taperUafce -: IB good state of MM>, fee Sale Cte

warrant *}( .) .: mounts. $425. : "handsome' filter. residence- -". ",for, :himself will,be .the. general manager,and" ho ,,p to the association',. seefe meet .AJItIT : .

-1 f sad $968, iS oed, .fcf. ..;quarantine" ,purposes-, and family. in,South Rockledge.: .'.is keeper. being manifested. by the --b1 8. \X. VAT, 7e..ur.. tr M"'
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: 'THE FLORIDA" STAR,''.THURSDAY. DEC. 26...' 1889.' \ ...! 5

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..prix ter8., .Ib ed and Groves for Sale., EDWARD, STIUNG. ALBERT A.TAYLOR.
,- _books fo/i889wm be at the Having three places on aqd near the

-11ft!'lie' 'p&eeS pq,,tt e dawmentioned, in Indian order'River to ,better I will sell improve any two the of other.them S-riLXNG: : db wiA"Y'LOEf. : ;. :

!; SECOND BOUND They are as follows: 12J acres on Mer-
a.tUe..., ... :! .Fiidaf; as ritt's Island, quarter of a'mile south of Cocoa, Indian River. Flori. .
'u ,_..........;& a' Merritt postoffice, $600; 10 acres, two .
jSckledge,.....?... ...Monday. II 16th miles northwest of Titusville, with 500 DEALERS IN .
Jltrritt,............... Tuesday u 17th six-year-old orange trees, in good condition .
point, ............Wednesday, 18th occupying almost half of .the
Ot1 TitusTiIIe, ..............Th.ursdayt. ;; 19th ground, $2,500; 10 acres quarter of a
4ruge, ..............Frlda), 20th mile north of LaGrange postoffice, with Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware!
................8aturday.II 21st 500 twelve-year-old orange trees, in finecondition
Canlred; ,. ........!...Monday 23rd occupying about half of the ,
)(elbo. nrne,...............Wed S<18Y. 13th 10 acres with a good crop of fruit. This A .
E. W. HALL Tax Collector last is the north. half-of the Kentucky AND AGATE-WARE. _
grove. Address, Jerome Twichell, LaGrange _

NOTICE. Fla. Paints Oils Glass and Putty, '
fttfj CSta of Br.evard County: The New Discovery. o TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY, .
been appointed by the commis-
Hiring her You have heard friends and Plumbers' and Mill
..tontri of said county to represent your neighbors -
JacksonSfle. talking about it. You BARBED WIRE
Sab-Tropical Exposition at may yourself <
.. be one of the who know from ,
opens on January 9th, 1890, many persona) ,
aowing the resources of the county as experience just how good a thing it is. If *r "
Ho.I have po hesitancy in saying that Iffi you have ever tried it you are one of its WIRE NETTING, j
believe, with a hearty co-operation of staunch friends, because the wonderful '
people,we will not only make the best thing about it is, that when once given a Doors Sash Blinds '
-.\ the lubit but will capture the capital prize trial, Dr. King's New Discovery ever after (, i and WIRE CLOTH; A
cs IiflOOO. It will be impossible for me toSJteich holds a place in the house. If you have
,, and producer I therefore never used it and should be afflicted with a '
: earnestly request every everyone who has.any- cough,or any Throat, Lung or chest trouble BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, 1 : Guns: : ,
.; 2njr worthy of exhibition to write me. secure a bottle at once and give it a fair
What we want is a full exhibit of the prod trial. It is guaranteed every time,or money AMMUNITION,
ctJ of the county. We do not ask as a refunded. Trial bottles free at Dixon & SHINGLES and LATH. .
ions'cn 1 we will pay a fair price for all Gray's drugstore. 24. FISHING TACKLE.pany .
Articles. To the ladies do we especially apt -
I peal) for some of their domestic work. Choice Orange Lands For Sale. Ship Ch :n.d1ery' Goods, '
Three desirable
t tracts of high ham-
Commissioner. mock land located on east side of East Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings. ; For Chattanooga Plow Com- s

f L. The First Step. I Indian Riyer. Tract No. 1 contains 's plows and cane mills ; Planet.Jr. farm tools. *; :'. i, '
5638-100 acres with a frontage of halfa

r ea Perhaps't sleep,you can't are think run, can't down do, can't anything eat, cleared mile on the river about.and eighteen acres of Gauze Doors, Cook. Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and. Caskets. ,\ ,. .' .
a bearing '
grove nursery .
to jour satisfaction You should and heed you the warning large trees. Tract Ko. 2 contains 51 74- ARTESIAN WELL PIPE .A. SPECIALITY. *' ':
aili you. > \. .
100 acres, with a frontage of fiveeighthsof
Prostration.TOO are taking You the need'first a step Nerve into Tonic/and Nervous a mile on the river, about six acres Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence. solicited and

" is| Electric Bitters you will find the exactleaedj cleared, a small grove and many trees in estimates furnished promptly. t .. .. :.'
bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100
for restoring your nervous system .
lofts normal,healthy condition. Surprising acres, wit 1a frontage of one-fourth of a STILING & TAYLOR. ,:
f ioolts follow the use of this great Nerve mile on the river, which is about four /
Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite re- miles in width. These lands are not un .." ,
tsrcs, good! digestion is restored, and the derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience L. C.. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.. ; .
Um and Kidneys resume healthy action. would plant a grove for his own <>."..<. .
; Try a bottle. Price 60c., at Dixon&;Gray's use on land! so underlaid. Perfectly OLIV-ER & ii
drag store. 21. healthy, free from fog malaria and frost. B'U'DGE"" : /
Eight minutes walk from house to ocean "'" ".
;: We, the undersigned,agree to give the beach. .!
: : ,
i'r mount set opposite our several names For further particulars inquire of Dealers in ... .
t 'let the purpose of building a Methodist Benj. Hall 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, '

r Church in Titusville. Further subscrip- Mass., or of J..A. Shippie, agent, Geor- GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
fcioci respectfully solicited. Contributions gianna, Fla. ; ,
siay be handed H. Ray. Methodist
r Kteion Board, $40Q; S. H. Ray, $100;
Jno. M. Dixon, $5.00; B. R. Wilson, TITUSVILLE SHINGLES AND LATHS. : "
HW;8.F.Gray,$5.00; Geo. B. Rumph, v I
H5.00; Geo. F.. Duren $5.00; J. A. '

filler,f,5.00; Ed Rainey $2.50; W. P.Rtttett COMMERCIALInstitute. G-EJXrER.AL A1W.E1R O ';
$5.00: H. F. Atkinson, $5.00; .
J. P. Turner $10.00; A. A. Stewart. ,
ttOOOr H. B.Hersev $2.00; A.J. Mitchell V

; Xafroder$1.00,flO.OO; F U.; Equitable Villere 1 $1.00 Life; Assur-G..M, I Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinge and Crockery

....r Company, $3.00; E. L. Brady I Ii
110.00 Gash,$10.00 C.P.Eacott$5.00; Will Open for active work Monday, PA.Il\TTS
i O.UMy i; Webber. $5.00. the 2nd day of December. All Students : : .AND : it

desiring to enter this, the 1st Class, will '

a : ''. NOTICE. notify the Principal "once. Terms as Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, :, :
v. follows
,DpmCEpAn&WILtz, FLA.\ :
30th. 1889. J Foil Commercial Coarse of Book-Keepinp;
November, etc., Including Penmanship and Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors. '
;' Notice is hereby given that the following- Mathematics, $30 00( .
ij s -.d settler has filed notice of his intent Books,paper, pens ink,etc., for same 8 60 //
tfca to make final proof in support of his Penmanship, complete course, 5 00 :
flWc,and'that said proof will be made be- Mathematics,per month, 3 00 POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. ,:, ; <,' <
to be made, cash one-half down for any :
Payments .
f L A.Stewart Clerk Circuit Court, at .
branch. Honey for text books, copy books, etc., "
Thuwl|[ .Fla.,on January 28th,1890,viz: cash In full For further particulars apply to TITTJSVILJLE3: FLO RI D.A. /
t!. CfoteaV;Honey well,Canaveral Fla., II. E. H. SCOTT, Titusville, Fla. ,
X Ko.18265 for, lot 3, SeciTp. 23 8., R.Jf" .
.1 to Mr Scott: will canvass the county between this HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
and December let 1889.PIONEER Old and Reliable Established 1S49. :
les the following witnesses to prove RIVER BAKERYWe
tinuons residence upon, and culti- -
1'Mi irof said land viz Wilson, will Keep on Hand Every Day t
v : Henry COOPERAGESyrup '
Emery Cronin, Geo. M' Quarterman, FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES B. PR.E LE-Y-; 0., : .
Arthur* Franklin, all of Canaveral: Fla. Barrels '$2.25. ,
U :. .Register. Gauged to order, ten cents extra.

and Repairing. Bottlers of Sodawater GingerAle
NOTICE Wheelwrighting ,
and other Drinks. A ?
|; -< t .Nov.30th, 1889. / ,
XIsbereb. given that the following-! Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers! RECEIVE PROMPT Ancl Commis, 1om ar ohrnntgs. .
....e4 8e t1er has filed notice of his inten- from $2.00 up. ALL ORDERS
', B to make final proof in support of hisHB"and ATTENTION.S. .
that said will be made be- '
i"A.: A. Stewart Clerk Circuit Court, at and all of COOPER WORK to order BELCHER & COMPANY, Consignments of Florida .angeS-SoUcitM!, t t.L

?itamll "?la., on January 28th,*890,viz: PROPRIETORS, ,. ...?..Hi. *
1IBtU'I; brim of La Grange, Fla., H. T. JOIIKSCKV, TITUSVILLE, FLA. ;, "f.
L 1 'or' the lot 3 of. section 19.,. Tp. 36 : : Florida. 40 '
...of$..41'E. LaGrange :

Be Barnes the following witnesses to ST P.A UL% INNE OTA:.. \ .. ,
?continuous residence upon, and ,- -
!-/aiion of, said land, viz, Eugene P. Christmas Presents.LARGEST t
f2 w e 11anl,'of AnkonayFla.; John F. Bell, AVe have been the Agents of'the Florida Fruit Exchange'since Its orgauliatiott"until : ,
..48L Lucle, Fla; C. E. Chaffee, of An. this season, when they,decided to confine their western shipments to Chicago". :
Fla; John Q. Huggins, of Titus- STOCK EVER BROUGHT TO FLORIDA.LOVVEST and St. L uis. / ,

i Flit, ALEXANDER. LYNCH We have been the ri cognize, < head uarters for Florida Oranges in the Northwest -
'* ?
: I ip Register. pR.JCES.: : for years, and have the Largest Orange Trade and Longest Experience of ,
: .
house in the West, -
any _,
f; NEW .. ,: i
0 READ OtJB FIGURES : We have the best Auction Room in the country, and will sell Oranges at : '1

[4 IwUn. }i1y I' Land Bols' Iftn &Xle express wagons 90c to$1.50 Girls' tricycle at$7'.ro, $8.50,and $9.50 Auction or Private/ Sale as shippers may wish. !IIIJI...... r '_.

p. A A3 Wood axle express wagons 30c to 60c Doll carriages, all sizes, from 50c upwards Correspondence solicited. References. Any of the National Commercial Agencies _

Hotel rctxD A22 y r Wire wheel velocipedes for boys of 4 years 1,000 chairs, of all kinds and designs, especially Loc l/Banks, Jobbing Houses or the Florida Fruit Exchange. -
$2.60 ; made for children's Christmas /
ROCK LEllE, FLA. M Wire wheel velocipedes for boys. of 6 years present*, SOc each NOTICE. ,> : fIn

K'tt.e are opening in"i.. t1 ie'Iiotel, Ubd $3Wire for boys of 8 years Hobby horses$1 each and upwards /N.AUMANS: Circus Court of the Seventh Judicial ,
fcfc 5fetiil>O. Hii.'tey.of th e thoua'bf wheel velocipedes Shooflys from 75c to$1 NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Circuit of the State of FloTilat. Dade
ids will be
Us 83.25.
f'flraB ers Ui *teo wit}
1.L1e to buy } pwerty Jirti resented to i Wire wheel velocipedes for boys of 10'to 12 Toy carts, Sill inches, 15c / THE PIONEER AGENCY. .Albert County M., A.Field D.1889.-In Vvs. Chancery.. .

..; and o>lr .farilit+see are Itch that we I for boys of 12 to 15 Toy carts, larger size, 25c / For terms and sample copies address [ Divorce
--k we can be of greiJt service both to \ ire w eel velocipedes Wheelbarrows 35c and upwards CHAS.H.NA MAN, LeahrettaC.Field J 1
w ,...and uy ens. years,$t.50 // Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. I; Upon the bill in said suit being filed and .
P feepondence solicited. // due proof made, as appears by the affidavit -
"k J. E & :BRO. for THE to the same, showing ,
M. 1L, have also a Large Number of Articles suitable of complainant
We '
/ "Livinier"Can that the said defendant resides out
FOB SALE: State, it is hereby ordered that a hearingbe
'., PRESENTS i GROWN PEOPLE, be Hired for Short Runs or Cruis- had on the facts charged in said bill 09<* '
ing. For terms and particulars addressW. the first Monday in April, A.,D. 1890;wl ,.
) Ladies' Stand Work Baskets Fan/Rockers in Plush P. Underwood, Cocoa, Ha.Organs. that,said Leahretta C. Field do appear before --*.
.Ia. vip>>. GROVE Such as Ladie Desks, ; said court on or before said rsten*'J1 .
and Leather;'Music Racks, Easels, Book Pasez.Statuettes, day April 1890, and plead or answer tosaid
i 8F'X.. .)K. BJ&MK8ROCK Pianos & bill and defend against the same and
__. and Oil Paintings
Vases, I therein and t dajarther
EDGE;.; iLA., the facts charged <|
'' TUNED AND REPAINED. and receive what said court iK"! isi4 .
.l to i&r lkw'.aod'. o ne-Th1rd .4."t Large1Y Reduoeall'ribej : in said cause. ._ -* .' -
-;;; 4eres of Land fr tiD<<-on Indian 3fiver HOLIDAYS. Done at Chambers at T vam ,thi<|0&T,
I .i.R: t RESIDENCE,,. eleCJnMMHl FOR day of.December A.D, ..'
,. 'AlM a Three- omt DAYX&IDER IS RECEIVED., P. O. .INDIANOLA, BREVARD CO., J. lj'13BG oE, :
t GK''lied o.Midin One of ;. GOODS SHIPPED ON THE' FLORIDA. ,;. Judge of the:iii'cJt-.. .Florida in '

dew rable liinllockLedgeteras cbLc) TUSk' All work,, warranted. References fur- and for the alprcu) .
QZm :: ': work..actually' ALBxs'c F : -
..tPf etc: apply to nished. Charges only V35 "berk, ) ,:Fia. ;
r1 ,
J ? 4:2, W. Bay 'Street. doaej not for travelling expanses. ,
fit. 'i\
AIM A. Taylor. ; Cocoa, .; /,( ., ....,, > ..... yy S's
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:l.Q':: : THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, :DEC.,26, :1889.. ,
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11".t : Commissioner's Sale., in township 20, south range 35 east, legal hours of sale and will be continued 11ndian
Pr: VS' WILL bounded as follows: Commencing at a from day till .day till all said :la&Js .iier $teaniloat ,
Under and by virtue of an order of! line of sold. *
.' ,send point on the'east 'boundary a are -
b toHi rU'e.an4"D.uCh
A' ,
: .. the Honorable John F. White, Judgeof Spanish Grant patented to the heirs of: Dated this 2nd day of December, 1889.
Various Penons.NEwOELRAKST '
if .. Other : the Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial; and ROBERTIORROW 'Schedules
Lazarus MAY
s > ..2J.-.The will of Joseph Delespine Michael inflect 12, 18S9L
Circuit of Florida, in and for Hamilton John Drysdale June 23d, A. D. 1874, 52 33. Commissioner. .* .

Jefferson Dark was filed.for. It probate is fol.j sMississippi county, .I will, on the 6th day of Jan chains and 28 links south of the Peter -L1. ;>... .". -JI: !!:"'" .....- 'STEAMER ST. LUCIR
City Tuesday. as nary,A. D. 1S90,sell at public outcry to Fauchard Grant running from said CA BE CURED. Leaves TrrrsviLLE...._.._....J $
lows: : the highest bidder, for cash, the following south rJO f 54 chains and 22 Atnafbottleeen.Frcetoanyone Arrives at Melbourne.....__
point west
: f/J :, I,Jefferson Davis,of the county of Hanson -; lands belonging to the estate of amI ted. Ds TAFT BRO,Rochester N.Y. *
and state of Mississippi tieizig of sound late of said of links to land owned by Henry G. Street, Returning:
Sheffield, county
;' and disputing mind, but of such advanced I Hamilton deeceased: thence south 11 east along the eastern Leave. Melbourne........_........12
age as to*U p>3t a near approach of death, boundary line of lands owned by Henry NEW DRUG STOREHas Arrives BOOB
,do mak this my Ust will and testament, I Lot No. 1, 2 and 3, section 26, lot 4, G. Street' and Thaddeus Street to the Above ;.except .
written with'my.own hand and signed iD i section 25, lot 4, section 24, lot 1, section boundary line separating the aforesaid i'
)the presence of three competent witnesses. I 36, all in township 37, south of Grant from the lands patented to William on hand a Fine Assortment of STEAMER GEORGIAXA,
First-I give and bequeath to my wife range 40 east containing 39644.100'] Garvin thence easter% along the Leaves Titusville Sundays andThutv
Varina Davis, all of my personal belongings, acres; lot 3 section i 30 township 37 south boundary line between the aforesaid FRESH DRUGS. days direct fur Jupiter.

jtoduding library, furniture correspondence of 41 east containing 40 10-100 grants to the eastern line of the grant,
.+and the Brierfield'plantation (proper), with! i the ,
northerlalon eastern
the southeast J section 15 town thence
acres; TO CURE the Diseases for which Melbourne
all appurtenances,being and situated iD Mondays, Wednesdays .
containing or"tbe the place
39 'boundary line grant to
32 south east
the county of Warren, state of Mississippi, ship range I 303 {t3.100acreg they are Recommended: and Fridays on the arrival of the
northeast containing
and being the same on which we lived and 160 acres; the northwesti'of of beginning, IF, AFTER USIXC ANY OF THEM, YOU steamer St. Lucie.
toiled together for many years from the J; section 14, township 32, south range i more or less. The following described .ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT '
39 east containing 40 acres; lots 1,2 aud lands situated in township 20, Returning :
time of our marriage. VOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY. RE
.s' econd-I give and bequeath to Mary 4, section 22, township 31, south range south rau:!e34 east, bounded as follows FUNDED. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satardaji.
'Bouth Ellis,of Philadelphia, Pa., all of my] 39 east.containing 112 75-100 acres; lots Comme sng at the southwest corner of We have no cure-all, but a different r.ennection is made at TitoiriUe
.)right,tiUe and Interest In and to the Ellis- 1, 3, 4 and 5, section 4, township 31, lands owned by Thaddeus Street, run Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor with trains of the J., T. & K. W. Syv
ton plantation, being and situated in the south range 39 east, containing 150 59100cres ning from thence north 11, west 52 Affections of the Liver, Lungs Heart tern to and from all points North, and at
c parish of Texas,state of Louisiana, the same ; lots 3, 4 and 5, section 6, and lot chains and 27 links along the western and Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and Jupiter with daily stage for Jooo ($
', ,being the place on which her father resided. 2, section 7, except ten acres supposedto boundary line of lands owned by Thad also, Ointments for Eczema Ringworm miles) where connection is made wh
Third-I give and bequeath to MAry be owned by Jas. Pritchard, all in deus Street and Henry G. Street,thence Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin. the steamer 'Lake Worth for all L J.

JUd ely Dorwy, eldest daughter of William township 30 south, range 39 east, < B. G. Dorsey, of Howard county, state oIfcrylaud mining 145 90-100 acres; lot 5, section thence south 11, east 52 chains 27 linksto disappointed. "". WATSOX.. Sui
.in and to ,the all of"Limerick"my right, title plantation and interest, being! 14. township 29 south, range 38 east, the north line of lands patented to J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, D. AOKERLY, Gen. Pa*. Agnl;
f :, lot 3 section 14, William Garvin thence easterly along D. F. JACK. General Manager
Tenors of containing acres; .
and,situated in the parish of state TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Louisiana, viz: The interest in and to so township 29, south range 38 east, containing the boundary line of lands patented to
much of said plantation as was the propertyof 75 76-100 acres; Iot4, section 10, the heirs of Joseph Delebpine, Michael

the late Mrs Sarah A. Dorsey. township 29 south, range 38 east, containing Lazarus and John Drysdale and William $1,000 Fe>r OialySI.:
Fourth-I give and bequeath to my daugh- 52: 88-100 acres; lots 2 and 3, section Garvin to the place of beginning, the .

fi I ter,Varina Anne Davis;all the other prop I 3, township 25 south, range 37 east, same being a part of a Spanish Grant ,
rty,real,personal and mixed which was containing 53 92-100 acres; lot 2, section patented June 23rd, I
inherited by me from Mrs. arab A. Dorse/,,1 31, township 24 south, range 37 east, heirs of Joseph Delespine, Michael Lazarus -
...:.Ie deceased, and of which I may die seized anal containing .46 acres; Rice place, begin.ning' and John Drysdale, the same being the Grand Opening of the

;P- at southwest corner of southwest the south half of a tract of land set oft
f mtb-To my wife, Varina Davis, and to i southwest } of section 14, township to Cecelia Dufan by the circuit court of FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION,

daughters, Margaret Davis Hayes and 24, south range 37 east, running north the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida, con-
Varina Anne Darin,as 1'ei4uary.1egat.ees, I 70 yards, thence east 420: yards thence taining 303 62.100 acres. Lot 1, section THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JAN. 9,1890.
all the
and real
-j 'give bequeath property southeast of 6 township 20 south, range 35 east, con
personal and mixed of which I may die south 70 yards to corner Partial List of Prize
Wed and possessed,and which has not been I southwest i of southwest I, thence west taining acres, more or less; town lot No. Valuation.

disposed of by the preceding articles. I apPoint I along the section line to point of beginning in Titusville described as follows: com- 1. Certified check for................................................................r-.lalll
my tried and true friend, John N. I containing 6 acres; English place, mencing at the southwest corner of block o_. Knabe upright piano, eV>nized case,engraved panels with-stool and scarf 0.0
Fame,of New Orleans. L*.', and my'son- commencing at a stake 110 yards from 5 and run north 1301 feet to dividing 3. Parlor suite, five pieces magnificent broeatelle. with silk plush,trimmings
in-Uw, G. Addison Hayes!, Jr., of Memphis the northeast corner of northwest i of line between McCrory and Titus laud, as follows:. One sofa, in terra cotta,one}large ladies easy chair
i 3 Tenh., ex9cntor4 of this my southwest i on sub-division line betweenthe thence turning at an angle of 90 and in olive one large gerts' easy chair in blue one large reception chair

last will and testament, they to east half and west half of northwest 'running east along the south boundaryline in olive,one large reception chair in old gold....?........................ 20

serve without bond and to have Immediate i section 14, township 24, south range of McCrory and Titus land 99 feet, 4. Pair diamond ear drops, best quality...........-...................._........_ all
-aeirure and possession of all my property co-- 37 east, run north 76<< 46', west 495 yards<<: thence turning at an angle of 90 and 5. Walnut bedroom set, eight pieces French beveled mirrors....:!........... 260

: temporandously with' the happening of my more or less to the section line dividing run south across Titus lot 130i feet to 6. Set Haviland French china, decorated, 126 pieces..........!............-.- lQJ
death and each I the to
select,and to his delegate ,power to take sections 14 and 15, thence south along Main street, thence turning an angle of 7. Gents' diamond studs.................................................-...........-- 12
effect in the appoint.contingency successor of the; death of said sub-division line 605 yards, more or 90 and run west 99 feet to place of beginning 8. Gents' magnificent gold watch and chain. ........................-......-.- IS

either before the estate. have been finally less, to the sub-division line betweenthe containing } acre, more or less.Southwesf 9. Elegant French china dinner set 149 pieces-.........................-.-- lOG
settled.In r northwest } of southwest i and J of northwest J section 26, 10. Lady's gold watch and chain, solid gold very finer..................--- B

testimony whereof this will, written by southwest } of southwest }, thence at an township 21, south range 34, contain 12. Music box, ten airs.............................................................--.--- n
,my own hand,k-signed on the day and date angle of 90, east 440 yards more or less ing 40 acres northeast \ of southeast JsectitAi 13. Parlor folding bed, cherry finish......,..............................-..........- 16
below written and in the presence of Frank to southeast corner of northwest J of 22, township 21, south range 34 14. Antique,oak hat rack, diamond, French beveled mirrors-.*.......----. a-

'4 Kennedy R. W. Foster and A. Evans. southwest J, thence at an angle of 90 east"containing 40 acres; northeast } of 19,986 other souvenirs, aggregating..................................................
< ,JKTTEBSOX DAVIS. run 550 yards more or less, north on northwest i section 22, township 21,

SATURDAY,nth February 1SSO. sub-division line of northeast t of south : south range 34 east, containing 40 acres; 20,000 Souvenirs in all, amounting to-...._.......49S&65
I* On this Saturday, the 20th day of February west i, and northwest I of southwest J southeast i of northwest, J section 24, Only 20,000 Ticket Sold at 1.00 Each. I
i '- ,A.D. 1888,, the above named Jefferson of section 14, to place of commence- township 21 south, range 34 east, con- Committee to award souvenirs: Gov. Geo. F. Drew. Dr. Joseph Y. Porter,W

b s e, Davis, signed and'guyed this instrument' ment, all in section 14, township taining 40 acres; southeast J of south- j A. MacDuff, J. R. Tysen, A. W. Cockerill jr., T. T. Stockton, T. S. Wilmrtb.
and published and delivered the same as apd 24, south range 37 east, containing 50 west F section 12 i township 21, south j See Sunday's Time -Union for full list of souvenirs. .
far his lat will and In his
'at'his and, in we the, acres, more or less;Saunders place, com range 34 east, containing 40 acres; northwest Tickets good for admission to grand opening of the Exposition. .
other,request have hereunto, subscribed; ,:presence our, mencing 246 3-10 feet north from north J of southeast i section 12, town- All orders for tickets should be sent to W. B. BARNETT, President of tie

as witnessts. east corner of west I of southwest i of ship 21, south range 34 east, containing National Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville Fla., accompanied by ths moeej'

". ,Witness: a W. POSTER ,A. ETASS: section 14, township 24, south of range 40 acres; northeast i of southwest J sec- $1 for each ticket. .
4.FJwm'KrtNzDr. 37 east or subdivision line, from thencerun tion 12, township 21, south range 34 east, Send to the Secretary for a full list of Souvenirs. Agents Wanted.

.,' On the back In a clear hand is written: west 77 44', north 440 yards, more containing 40 acres; northwest J of south $6,000 IN PREMIUMS OFFERED FOR COUNTY AND INDIVIDUAL
M !'Fife Doc. 15, 1S89L or less, to section line, thence run northon west i section 12, township 21, south DISPLAYS. Send for full& .

*? MF. a HUGHES,'clerk sub-division line 112 feet, more or range 31 east, containing 40 acres; south All County and Individual Exhibits addressed to IHrtctor-Gaurul, Sub-Tnfiad

Has But Two Months to Live. less,,thence run east at an angle of 90 : i of southeast J section 14 and north J Exposition, Jacltonvilk, Fla., will tye transported Free by all lines in tik
,420 yards, more or less, to subdivisionline of northeast J section 23: township 21,
State. Send to the Secretary for printed toss. All space free.B. .
P savxyorr-Sy. Dec. 20.-The court
thence south on said sub-division south range 34 east, containing 160 acressouthwest;
.. appeals having refused to grant a southeast of F. DILLON, Presdt. J AS, !1. SCHUMACHKK, TTWM. &A.ADAXS.Ste.ELEGTRDITyA .
said description
line to point of commencement, Conley place, i
trial to Ellisoji Mount, one, of: the
convicted ',otthemurderof intending to convey all the i>section 32, township 21, south range 35
.Katfield gang, Robert Morrow containing 40 west J of southwest
Alifar McCor the governor has issued lauds formerly owned by east, acres;
an order for his execution at Pike- lying between lands sold to Robert i of southeast \ section 32, town
rUle Pike countv* on. Tuesday, Feb'18, Morrow by M. E. English and a 20 acre ship 21, south range 35 east, containing
'iml lot sold Roger by John Ira Sanders, i 10 acres southeast J of southwest J section D FORCt

.. .20o-In Canada Now.GRAM containing 10 acres, more or less; lot 4, 5, township 21, south range 35 east, T VITAL
Shqrt south 37 E. containing 40 Armer place at La
section 9, township 22 range acres; ,
) RAPIDS, Mich., Dec. 19.-The : 62 less Carlin Grange follows: commencing at the
accounts=of Robert Johnston, the trusted containing acres, more or ; as
g "' clerk in the general ottice of the Grand place, south i of southwest J, section 31, southeast corner of the northeast J of THE
'RaPids and Indiana railroad, who recently township 21 south range 37 east, containing southwest i of section 29, township 21,
went to Canada and has not returned 80 acres, more or less; northeast south range35 east, thence running west By II-'IIt ""I Y :I:)"'[]"' D.nt. .
short. of northwest | section 32 township, with the variation of the section line 03iZ'TYOtIN
are,found to be $3,200 I .is New and Masterly Medical Treatise, aDd ....u.
south range 36 east, containing 40 acres; 20 chains, thence north 10 chains, ACED. and OLD MAN who is suffering from WMfrnoM.Languor.LaM of NemorY.
S .V MASTER'S, SALE. lot ,1, section 19, township 20, south thence east 31 25-100 chains, thence Depression of Spirit, Liver Complaint Ihse e+ of the Kidney,and aU dlieaM dt.--sat_
Y Under and:by virtue of del'eef range 36 east, containing 691 acres more south 250. east 260-100 chains, thence Aoddent,Faoeasoa Fogy vloe TgnorMB1 S'ITOUDebD11r.VnalY-y"-UftlOll-

Issuing 'out of the Honorable Circuit or less; north J of south cast I and south east 37i, north 5 chains, thence south '

.. Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of west J of southeast \ section 2, town 23, east 4 90-100 chains, 'thence west 0 .
the State of Florida in and for Brevard ship 22, south range 34, containing 120 22, south 4 94-100 chains thence west ,
'county, dated the fifth day of October acres; northeast } of southeast i section 25, south 3 21.100 chains, thence west Itonad In leather, full dU. Price 0J'I1y'one dolt ,by man, sealed In plain mpg er'. .to t
A. D.1SS9, in a ,certain cause in Chancery 31 and north i of southwest } and south 36-100 chains thence south 265-100 CONFIDENTIAL.,Boston,MM*. Profjtorr:dresaualsiL..lJBTY.b Lectore ?ith Tnuaeroas to, Ko.tin>5S1 nis1s CoJamba from 1d.dI"AiZ&l "MC.'" ,ftw 's.-
therein depending, wherein James west i of southwest, 1 section 32, township chains, thence west 5 chains, thence This iatheoni ELECTRO-MEDICO PHYSIOLOGYeTr:l&bed.sal trsb.a&y"'"
Pritchard and_ 'William M. Brown,under ,21, south range 35 east, containing south to the place of beginning, containing and perfect ItU mule to all afiicted,M it teaches y.very roots aodriWI Ol d+w'- -
the'firm name and style of the Indian 160 acres; southeast i of northeast t 32 62J-100 acres, mpre or less.
River Bauk, are complainants and Hat- section 31, township 21, south range 35 Also one-third undivided interest in
tie B* Morton and Frank M. Morton" her east, containing; 40 acres; southwest J of the following described lands: East J of i
husband, and J. H. Foster and Mary P. northwest i section 32, township 21, southwest} section 5, township 34,south For all DbeaM of Ken,by the dirtingniahed author,]
HXXBT Dtf iloxr, M.D., vhohaa DISCOVEREDTHE
nis wife
Foster, are defendants and
south range 35 east, containing acres; range40 east, containing SO acres; Twen- ELIXIR OF LIFE AND THE TRUE ESSENCE CURE.
thirty days having passed since the date north OF MANHOOD be con ua.t la I i
northeast } of southwest \ section 28, ty-nine acres (29) off ofi the part may .
of said decree I will strictest his
as special master person or by E1ecSro.M&ioolnnrmary4o.3810ohumiiaaAv.DoeinYaaa. j
in chancery ,sell at public sale to the township 21, south range 35 cast, confining of> lot 4 and the east half of the southwest .',.
-t. highest and best bidder for cash in front 40 acres; east i of northwest tof J of northeast 1 section 1, township "'I HEARD YOKE IT SAID. '*GOMC AH*'MS.*" ?
f of the Court House door in Titusville, southwest i section 28 township 21,' 32. south range 39 east containing 49acres -
Erevan county. Fla.. on the sixth day south range 35 east, containing 20 acres in all; lots 1 and 2 section 3,
January, A.. Da 1S90, the same being northwest i of southeast 1 and southwest township 31, south range 39 east, containing C.yd ei ,S1e> a rm.EJ P' Oe
the first Monday in the month and a legal i of northeast J section 17, town- 79 45-100 acres; lot 3 section 3

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
i .' t sale all that certain lot or piece of land.' less 5' acres sold to C. D. Puryear, ctm- south range 39 east,containing 28100acres
1 ;.Y w '!'* situate in the county of Brevard and taining 75 acres,more or less; southwest ; lot 2 section 7, township 31, south -ir
State of Florida, and 'described as follows 1 I of northeast \ section 18, township 21, range 39, containing 40 acres; North, s

tit-. to-wit: south range 35 east, containing 40 acres; Morel place, situated in township 20,
Commencing at a point on the east line northwest i of northeast i section 18, south range 35 east, commencing at a

of.a prolongation Washington avenueS township 21, south range '35 east, con point on the east boundary line of a
.. one hundred and five feet south:of the taining 40 acres; east I of southeast \ Spanish Grant patented to the heirs of .. .
southeast intersection and of said Washington section 6, township 21, south range 35 Jos. Delespine, Michael Lazarus and

on a avenue,map or plat Orange of the street town, of as shown Titus- east,containing SO acres; east of northeast John Drysdale June 23rd. A. D. Ifti4, 4-

Til le, made by oqe J. Francis LeBaroirlor i section 6, township 21, south said point being the southeast corner of
Henry Titus and now on file in tije range 35 east, containing SO acres; east the Peter Fouchard Grant, run south (
office of the clerk of the circuit court in 1\ of northwest $ section 6, township 21,. 73, west 52 chains and 27 links to land

.and for Brevard county and State of south range 35 east containing 80 acres owned by Pliny Sheffield, conveyed to The Magnificent Steamships of this tine are appoint to ..n.. foHe *-
Florida; thence running east 'parallel southwest 1of northeast J section 1, him by W. H. and Sarah Gleason, (Stmdard'lime.
with the line of said Orange street to Indian township 21, south range 3t east, containing thence west 54 chains and 22 links,south From Jacksonville to New York. From"NewY0l'k.1o.J) *yjie.
River, thence south along the 'mar- 40 acres; northeast \ of north-' 73, west to lands owned by Henry G. TUESDAYS THURSDAYS k SUSDAI'S : Z....
one-hall west' 1 section 2, township 21, south Street and Timothy Street thence north- CALLING. AT CHABLESTOX. floods#--.W+-ri. ..It rtiday ftft"
feet thence west parallel with said south said line of YEM SSEE. Sunday. Dec. I, at 11-CO a.m (CAL& I .AT clLlt. J
range34 east, containing 41 acres; south- erly along eastern boundary CHEROKEE Tuesday M ssE1mi +
3, at 1 0 lilt'
'line of orange street to the east line of west } of ''northwest 1 section 2, town- lands of Henry G. and Timothy Street oLE. -- Thursday ... 'at 2:00 P.P.III iii DELAWARE GOIS _"I'I1d.Ir.1'rtr4ay.. Des.. 4 at : ;. ..'
ftid Washington ,avenue, thence north ship 21, south range 34 east, containing 52 chains and 27 links to the northwest DELAWARE Sunday, 8. at 1:00 LillY P" Xoa4a7 $f 1l :. >t
: long the said east line of said IROQUOIS Thursday Ie 12 at tOO a.m cHEEOXEE ,.,. :S_ r9
avenue Wet'M.y
40, southeast of southwest of said Grants lands thence east :
i: acres; } corner TE31ASSEK.CUKBOKZE. Sunday, 13, at 19:00 P ID 8D OLE. '.....,. N He f.
one-half feet
tjr-two and to, the point section 82, township 20, south range 35 73, west 54 chains and 22 links to the Tsoday, 17. at 11:00+iii DIL.U .ua: -C.. -" 24.. at I.J/If..
of beginning., Including also the build east % Containing acres; west}of southeast point of beginning,containing 303 63-100 8E1XLNOLE.DELAWARE Thursday, M" 12. at 1:00 p0 1BOQrOISWed adzy. '0. : _. ,!.!.:..
lor thereon, and ice-machine, boiler Sunday 2"J. at 4:00. 111 TEJil.A.&tEE. n-sM-7 'IIi .S4 3
=-ana all Material and,machinery i section 31, township 20, south acres, more or less, the same being the IROQUOIS. = Sanday.II :4, at 540 am CIIY.BOEFE,. # Noabay. .- u.,: t ..
I., tonwttw same as operated by necessary the de- range So east containing SO acres; lot 3, north half of tract of land set off to Sep- YEMA8SEKSEXISOLS Thursday "" 28. at TfO pili SIlUOLE. wed'sday -'". ._ r
section 31 20 south 35 tima Morel the circuit court of the CHEROKEE, Sunday, ... 29. ,st rou0 a III DEL-.I.JtJ. xr<< "'t wet' 40 :.
*$el daots kerein.: :Terms cash. township ,range by .' .Taeedar, Sl. at 1":00 t son IROQUOISL ye4a'y. -.;,. at !*
"Wfeaess hand atTitusville,Florida, east, containing acres; north::''part lot 7th Judicial Circuit of the State of DELAWARE. Thundar. j .n. a, -a 1:00 p m 'r_' '
tuk the **'<4f oi Nov,,A. D..1SS9. 2; section 35, township 20, south range Florida. IEOQUOIS. Tnunday. S. at 440 a. a [ J >

;i- ',".$,''..' ARD'.,.F. GRAY, 3J east containing 43}acres; north i of Said sale is ordered for distribution For Information Regarding Freight. sad Pase,af-,19- .
-r.i. .!t., !', "" .fit'Chang., ots land 3,section 6,township 20,south among the heirs of said deceased, and J. .&. T1 Lit Sept., ZadIOni1Ie: T. G.EOlJL'Trade't....;. { .;:.....y..a:
O .. tulle 35.Wt: containing 93 81-100 acres.Tbe will be.Iade before, the 'Court Hoase. JORS. t:P.A.,Ja.voav8ile .1". 11. 1AONiEQt1911R,p, p.---SAI J..1 ''......
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'THE FLORIDA STAR T .tY-.DEC. 26 1889. 7
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,,, H *addition to my very Complete / THE MUSIC H EOP FLORIDA.

v Stock of-. HEREWEARE1GAI !
.t. .
Staples .. ,A. B. AMPBELL'Jacksonville

i Fla.

Knabe Pianos. Weber_Piano:*, Haines' -, '
HOW? Jros.'- Pianos, Morris Pianos Wilcox' -&

Before an intelligent, appreciative and White Organs and Chicago Cottage'
"Can the world know a man has a good .
thing unless he advertises the possessionof ourselvesand Organs. ....
incriminating public present
it."-VANDBRBILT. I will Sell"and )sliver
at nearest
& GRAIN .. I your
make our bow, announcing that we statIon High Grade

Schedules Effect Nov. 17, 1889. k are candidates for their favors, good
Trains of this line run on Central Stand- I. *
Goods & NotionsLADIES' wishes and-cash.
from the
.nlTioie.and arrive and depart PIANOSOR I
1.T., & & \\'. and S. F. & W. Union de- I 1 #
pot. WRITE US As .blood is thicker than water so is : .

West India Fast Hail.Ko. cash better than credit. We propose to ,
27 No' 14 wherever you live,and
40 m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30,a m will get ont of the old ruts, and Sell.our "
12 P a we ship you a ?
,, I $6 p m..Green Cove Spring..5 21 a m Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard
Z 30 m...,.......Palatka...........4 25 a in a fine instrument on 15 ,
3 30 p p m-...... ...Seville .!.........3 02 a m Days' Test Trial in Cash ORGANSFOR
4 13 p m..DeLand Junction....2 03 a en DRESS your own home.
4 23 p.m..Orange City Junc..l 49 a m $ a We handle a first-class line of .
5 15 p ni........Sanford.........1 15 a in
13 m.........Orlando..........11 40 p m 1 t ,* LESS MONEY than any other house In ,the
g p ,, United State' I"ill ship a Piano or Organ to
7 20 p m....._.Kissimmec_.....10 50 p m GOODS any ,honest man or woman, on trial, aDd it not
10 13 p m.........Tampa........... 7 30 p m Clothing, satisfactory. I will pay freight both way* S2'
m..Ar Port Lv.. 6 30 m cash and f 10 a month 011 a'Piauo..and ftO Cash astd' yk-
Tampa p
10 45p NO CASH REQUIREDUntil $15 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between ANDMILLINERY more than ordinary rtut. On these very liberal
Jfor York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stops Both Ready-made and to Order. terms anyone can own'a instrument Send for.
have tested and Our
approved. freight
Kos. you FREE CATALOGUE containing full information '
at Kissimmee for supper. 14 and 27 both ways if instrument fails to please in either +heet Music,Strings,Violins, Banjos, Guitars, Acoordeous -
connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steamship style,price quality. Ours the risk,yours only and in fact, every 3lwicalInstrument
Lin'! for Key We and Havana. Ships to give fair and full test, and buy if fully pleased. rGents' bat is made,and at very low prices. Send for com.
and p lets Catalo ell. I bare 20,000 pieces of Choice
Port Tampa on Mondays '
oil 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied :MnMc at 10 centspet: copy.
on arrival of trains. No. 27
Thursdays Junction with the Florida Famishing Department A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla., 5Itany ;
connects at Palatka by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL -
PLAN,first introduced in the South by us. Fair ter.. ,
Southern Railway. v. dealer says he ha the W.L.Dotiglaj
est method of sale possible and a benefit to
great B Shoe without name and price f tamped ox
Is Hats from r
distance who visit
TBJLI1C8 those at a cannot our ware-rooms the bottom put him down as a fraud.. 3

DELAND.No32 No34 No36 No38 ALL Risk SAVEDBy first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the ., 1.t .
J>DeLand No30
Jnnction-4:45p 8:50a 12:35p 2:20p 4:15pAr GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and ," \
this trial plan,and purchasers absolutely assured
DelAnd 4:40a 910a 12:50p 2:35p 7:05p perfect instruments at the very lowest Hand Satchels too low to

No31 No33 No35 No37 No39 possible ments made cost.tint Selling will stand only the the mostsevereand best Instru- quote. ifI;; : :

LT DeLand3:40a 8:20a 11:30a l:52p 3:50p comprehensive tests,we do not fear to send them out I For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can
Ar DeUndJnnction.3.3oa on trial and let them stand solely on their merits. I .
&40a 11:45a 2:07p 4:10p CLOTHING All we ask is the privilege of shipping one not be excelled in the county.We .. '
proval. No suit,no pay. Our freights live fail. ...
Trains 38 and 39 run daily. Nos. 30
and 31 run on Mondays, Wednesdays and EASY TO BUYFrom earnestly] ask an inspection'of our ". t
Fridays only. Nos. 34 and 35 ruu to and Good before buying elsewhere. f:
us by correspondence. No matter whether .
from Beresiord on Mondays, Wednesdaysand
you live either ten or a thousand miles from: ua.We \
Fridays..All others daily except Sun- ship to all Southern States. Our system is '
day. perfect. Prices in plain print and alike to all. / J.V.. Rogers & Co.
Hats One price only. No more, no less. Large
Month Florida Accommodation. Discounts from makers prices. All compe
tition met. Complete outfits free. All freight .
No. 66.
}:0. 23. t AA:\
Easy installments. Every inducement that
it 8 30 a m...Lv Jacksonville Ar..6'15 p m anY fair dealing: house can offer. ; .
r 9 33 a m..Green. Cove Spring..5 15 p m iw
f 10 & m...........Palatka-.......?4 25 p m Boots Write for Valuable information. S. H. RAY :? '

II 39 a m............Seville ........._3 03 p m Catalogues, Circulars, SpecialFall
12 30p m... DeLand Junction ...2.11 p m Offers-.1889. Copy of new L. DOUGLAS
11 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 03 pmS Paper Sharps and Flats"- FORGENTLEMEN. l
M P m.........Titusville.........11 57 am ALL FREE. Address '"""TITUSVILLE FLA. $3 SHOE 1
1 30 p m.....Ax Sanford J..v..l 30 p m Shoes # *, ; Best In the world. Examine his :
Daily except Sunday. No 23 connects 8S.()() GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
f Palatka with Florida Southern Railway. I I UDDEN & BATES 84.00 83.50 POLICE HANl>EYED AND FARMEKV WELT SHOE.SHOE. i
Connection made also with Indian 82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.. *
Biter steamers at Titusville to and from L. 82.25 82.00 and WORKINGMAN 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOE. SHOES
landings on Indian River. Perfumery Jewelry SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE, Gen'l Merchandise All made In Congress,Button and Lace.

I ._ Jacksonville' and Sanford Accommodation. ,. SAVANNAH, CA.MY W. L. DOUGLAS

Ii No.15 \o. 78J S3 SHOE LAbO.RES.
40 Belt Material. Best Style. Best Fitting.
35 m-Lv Jacksonville Ar.12 p m Cutlery SON
It not old by: your dealer write -
3 33 p m..GreenQveSpring..Jl a m W. L. DOUGLAS. RO"T 0 N, MAS9

4 30 p m...........Palatka! .........10 45 a m936am "Deal with the men who advertise. You Examine W. ;LjDouglas' $2 Shoes for
riOpra.........-Seville- .... ... .will never lose by it."-BEN. FRANKUM.a Gentlemen. .
:4,3$p ra..JDeland Junction... 8 44 a m Write L & B. S. M. H.about it. -U I propose to keepFirstOlass FOR SALE BY'
d 49 p Orange City June... S 30 a m Crockery Tin

7 30 p m......Ar Sanford Lv..... 7 55 a m C. J. HECTOR \
Dally except Sunday. A Stock ,
No.78 connects at Palatka Junction with '
Florida Southern Railway. \ Melbourne, Fla.,,'
-: :-
f9aNerd anti Lake Euslis Railway. Wood and -oF- For Sale by ,

};'a l'Bo. 83 No. $0 No 82
p7!'M pm fcOO a m-Sanford-8:10 a 1:10 p m Lake Worth: ,Fla. .

'\MIl P m Ji.30 a m..Paola..7:59a 12:47 pm NOTICE. -
,.p m 1022'a orrerOo7:34a 12:17 pm Willow Ware L\ND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.FLA., }' GROCERIES THE INTERNATIONAL
:ttt mlh40 a nOUDora.7:22a 12:03 pm Oct. 26th. 1889.
1 fcW p toll:10 a m.Tavares-7:10a 11:50 pm I Notice is hereby given that the follow- TTPEWEIJEE

.Daily prcept Sunday, No. 18 connects GARDEN SEEDS, ing-namecl settler has 'a\SanfoMwlth West India Fast :Mail. No. intention to make final proof in supportof
88 connects at Sinford with Jacksonville his cI:1im.1)(1 that said proof will be
sad Sanford accommodation for points made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk. Circuit DRY GOODS
North. Court. at Titusville. Fla.. on December ,,

..._._.. Indlan.River Express., 20th 1S&0, viz: Alexander Forester, of .
J.Jo.fTi T s ,' No: 78 Titusville, Fla.. II<1. Xo. 10249. for the
.121? :'nLLr.. Jacksonville.Ar-12'40 p m.J lot 1. Sec. 1, Tp. 20. S. of I{. 35 E. NOTIONS,

.J 30 p m..........Palatka..........10 45 a m EFERTILIZERS TC., He names the following witnesses to
3 30 p m..8eville........... 9 36 a m prove his continuous residence upon, t-
) 4 13 p m_.DeLand Junction... S 44 a m4'49pta. and cultivation of, said land, viz: Mens' Ladies' & Chi1clrens'SaOES.
'1': 1 ........Enterprise......... 7 p8 a D1 I have added a Complete Line of Brock Revels of Titusville. Fla.; Henry -
30 HL..Ar Titusville Lv... 5 45 a m Futeh, of Shiloh. Fla.; Butler Campbell ,
p f _
.;' r1extept Sunday; Steamers leave Tidkdaily George Hunt of Haulover, Fla. t4-r -- F;:.

,except Sunday, for all pound; I ALEXANDER LYNCH, : : .
:;!.; .to IHian R'Ter as far south as Melbourne FURNITURE 29. Hegistcr.NO'l L atf1.

'f.' ":'r a mr Steamers leave Melbourne at ALSOCROCKERY A strictly first-class. Machine. Fully
,_,W inesdaysand Fridays 5:00 ICE. warranted. Made from very best mate '
?l. _a for'all points south as far Jupiter, LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE. FLA\ rial. by skilled workmen. and with the
p :"Red.ingtheuith stage for Juno and. all MATTRESSES, BEDS, Nov. 18th. 1SS9. / GLASSWARE, best tools that have ever been devised
findings on Lake Worth. Complaint having been entered at this for the purpose. Warranted to do all

Halifax River Express. BEDDING, ETC.I office by George W. Storey :against; that can be reasonably expected of the
Ko.27 No. 78 James Booth Jr., for abandoning his HARDWARE very best typewriter extant. Capableof p
J2-40 p m-.Lv Jacksonville Ar.12 40 p m am Agent for the Celebrated homestead entry Xo. 14,234, dated May writing 150 words per.minute-or F

2 30p m..._\r Palatka Lv.....10 45 a m 16th, 1SS1. upon the west i of southwest AND more.-according to the ability of' the,
2'5Qp-nu..Jv, Palatjca} Ar...- 9 35 Pm Bangor Orange Box. J of section 25. and east h of southeast operator. ,' ""
6 OQ pl."Ormond.......... 6 25 p m } of section 26, township 2S south,range Price, $100.00. I_
8 21 P p m_..Ar"D.. tuna Lv.6 00 a mIHify | Can supply them in car lots or less on 37 east in Brevard county Florida witha Ship Chandlery Goods. i If there is no agent in your town, aiJ-_ ,
except Sunday. short notice Terms made. view to the cancellation of said entry; dress tbe manufacturers, -r

Tickets on gale at City Ticket Office, No. the said parties are hereby summoned to THE PARISII JIFG. CO., "I.1
8 West and at Union depot, Will also carry the Double Dressed appear at this office on the 30th day of
Bay street o'clock to These will be the main features of my Agents Wanted. PARISH. X. Y. z
December 1SS9 at ten a. m.
Jacksonville. *; A the best made.Vegetable. ,
Vegetable business, but orders sent me for anything -
1,A.LLuERri,, O.D. ACJOKBLYrSapU respond awl furnish testimony conCErning kept in any store in Titus FREE STENOGRAPHY and TYPR. --
; said abandonment.
Pass. AgLw. Paper alleged ,
F Gen. Orange Wraps, ALEXANDER LYNCH Register.V. yule will promptly l WRITING FREE. Flr 1
P. UwsHE/Tickel Agt.Titusville. 7. class facilities'and best
ETC.I J. SHIP3IAN, Rec rver. teachers. Address *
D.F.'JACK,General anager. Depositions before LaRue P. Ely. / with stamp for return postage,
am Agent for the Melbourne. Fla., on THE PARISH :MFG. CO.. O. CHAPPELL. notary public. at Will Fruits Chickens -
G-EO. E. A. buy Eggs; Parish N Y.
Friday. Dec. 20, 1889, at 10 a. m. 32 ,-
: no. a. OHASE & co., Bradly FertilizersAND J. MCAT..TISTERi '
..;' NOTICE. Or any Country Produce, my customers: ,,
.r, "IIJP or friend may bri>:g7market. EAU GALUE,'

November 18th, 1889. J WELLS any place between Georgians
t .' HARDWARE, I carry a Complete Stock of these Complaint having been entered at this and St. Lucje; 75c. per foot to 300ft
Rob- I ask for atBare of the public patronage -
office by John F. Highsmith against Will contract to depth.
ert Densler for abandoning his homestead and;:come as a supplicant,.not a any .11
Ftat t Js, fire Rope Rim, Quick S* es and Small 'Profiits is my entry No. 16833,, 'dated June 4th, 1886, die tat r, asking for your favora.If .

LABBEBS.i Motto. upon lots 2, 3 and -4, section 9, township ; courteous treatment,good EACOTT & CO.. r
M .KU. 1f.11m' before 44, S. range 43 E., in Dade county, Fla., / goods and low figures is ,
r Call
for Devoe i('d.'* Pain, Tule Write for prices or on. me with a view to cancellation of said en- the candidate for TITUSYIIXE, FLA., .

Ji6 cnrere Tent &: -Awning Co., placing your orders. try; the said parties are hereby summonedto ,public favor.,' _
...':.' AechorsrOLT -- appear at this office on the 30th day of then ,Pm TIN &SHEET-IRONW 1IKERS. ,
December, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond / elected. ,
GXAS: OF ALL KINDS. 3DCe and furnish testimony concerningsaid ,
Yours Respectfully,. alleged abandonment. Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co., GUTTERING, ROOFING. ,
1J Solicited. ALEX. LYNCH Register. Chilled Plows and SugarCane h
AndMaaafacturin t of Tin Ware.
TelePbone. Receiver. -

88 $ 90 BB :G-EO. B.. RTTMPJIj: Depositions before J. C. Hoagland, Notary... .' ., .111. GALVL ZFD:$ORE
,, ..f.f.: ". ." 'fJ.t Public'at Lake,Worth: ,:Fla., on7 December20th : S :' '" : f:111 kinds
And Repairing
iFLLE FI4.r FLA., 32 : V J ,
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or.,8 rtf..i THE FLORIDA. STAR, -THURSDAY. : ,. DEC..26, 1889. f 1', '

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1..1L 7 J ... I Ankona. '.".t THE PEOPLESCASH' Bizi;;
Miss Susie Brown has gone to Lake Arthur Saeger has gone to Jupiter:to '- -.-
: '-' i'
T' at
Worth to spend the holidays. engage in.the fish industry. ,,. :{;;: Cd. : E : '

,d''ProL.Train: and BOn, of Savannah, Ga., Charles S. :Moore smiles serenely since : a> IS HEADQUARTERS
R'r ... '
4 are registered at Ihe Hiawatha this week. the arrival of his wife from Illinois. -'_.- .

Mrs. Magruder, Miss Becky slims and Mrs C. E. Chaffee has just put up a ;' r...;...
Mr. Mitchell were visitors at Titusville new grand piano at the Romania House. : ; HOLIDAY GOODS
Monday. We are glad to note that Mr. R. Richardson '.: .: fo7 J'J't t

;A fishing party and picnic bas been is steadily gaining in vigor and ,' <; &i .

arranged for the benefit'of the little folksin activity. ,

the community; to take place Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Pratt, of Warsaw rd.

)Jr. and Mrs. Groover, of Ocapilco, \Vis., are pleasantly located in .their new ,. .At 06 s::= CLOTHING & SHOES.j;

Ga.,are In Mima, guests of Mrs Groover's home. '} Q) i
brothers Messrs. B. J. and C. N.. }Iim la. is tb" ; I
'' T. C. West, of Sioux City, ,f- d
"* The. Christmas exhibition given by the guest of his daughter, Mrs Will Tancre. .. '" \ # 8i' 3-Ply j:Perforated Wooden Chair 'Bottom :!

.school Thursday evening last was a decided Mr. West is a "rustler" in real estate 5'\ ': 'E-i 0I r

success matters. J !: for :1O cents.RN7ER J

"' *, C. T. McCarty has been commissioned ZIII 'e., P.. v Pro p riot: Ol'. '
Lake Worth. i I .
Notary Public for the State at large and i ,

;Peat awfully pleasant.. is fully prepared for all business of that I

,This section,will stand a trial-visitors nature. : rJl s::= GEORGE .M. ROBBINS, WALTER 6. GRAHAMl. H. ROLLIKS,

always welcome.Small )[r. Jack Taurman and Fred Chaffee, 0' Atty.-at-Law. AUy.-at-Law. Notary Public. f t

shipments of early vegetablesare of Iowa, with T. A Taurman, made a B.oibbLn.s.: Graham C3:: :IFLolllXLs, ;

beginning to go north. pleasant and successful hunting expedi- nEAL ESTATE DEALERS, j

S. N. Andrews, of Zion, and P. Len- tion to Jupiter last week.. a>. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD o
non,of Lake Worth were at Juno on the W Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co., : I
Happy Iloosiers. ,
k 10th attending court. \Vm.rnOlln0l18.Postmaster of Idaville.Ind. tJfH :, P. O. Box, 25O, I Ir

) i's.. H. D. Pierce, of Hypoluxo,,and .. writes: "Electric Bitters has! done TITUSVILLE, BREVARP CO., FLORIDA.
daughter Lillie left for a.trip to Jupiter more for me than all other medicines : ij
combined for that bad feeling arising ri sIH
L and the B. I. B. on the 9th. from Kidney and Liver trouble. John ;:::: We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list of d
Arrangements are being made fur the Leslie, farmer and stockman. of same "1 A 03 g. carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
place says: Find Electric Bitters to be OrrI P rj -. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Pn>.
Christmas which will usual picnic the best Kidney and Liver medicine. I-t perty on Indian River.
in the grove at Wm. Lanehart's made me feel like a new man." J. W. ( Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled, i

place ou the east side just north of Fig'ulna. Gardner hardware merchant same ... PlG : and every ,effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers> vbo. ; 1
** town, says: "Electric Bitters is just the pt:: may favor us with their patronage. /
thing for a man who is all run down and i"' No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. .
J. Kinzel, of New York, Miss E. T. don't care wheiher he lives or dies; he Pl: Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of lov .-
found new strength good appetite and ) P"'f' priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet. J
Marsh,of Chicago, and 6.Irelan and wife felt just like he had a new lease on life. W .I-t. ct-c i-" I
I of Baltimore, all arrived on the 7th and Only 50c. a bottle at Dixon & Grey's cIN 0"4 "
GEORGE M. BOBBINS, President.V a GRAHAM. Secretary.
Drug Store.
have taken up their winter quarters at Zrc.s -
Grove House. w 3BroT7-ari lA"fc: > tract; ; of Title: ; Oo.,
m fIl Incorporated A. D. 1889.
Owing to rough: weather ontside the m
inlet has not yet been opened, but Capt. ; ; b D .9
for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50 Ben Lyman is there ready to open it as 001 dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, vjz,$3.00
boon as the water will permit. In the ) for the first additional: and oOc. for each succeeding transfer.

meantime be has a couple of men at work Cocoa Taxes Paid for IVon-ResIdents.

keeping the inside o } lJ Jn :6r For<< a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident;: land owners of the worry and

Will Brickell, Charlie Brickell, :Maud MADE WITH BOILING WATER. I-t rn annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
) J.4 Sale. 12
Brlckell their mother, Mrs. Mary Brick ti
o3 O Box 250, Titusville, Fla.
ell, and Will-, ?. Baldwin came from Miami JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO., I-LI m 03 ,2 OCQ

r to attend court at Juno on the 10th, Mx
Dealer ixj:. r-I o
x and were very much disappointed to .4 :3IonuinentsfHeadstone 'm 0 "-4 ooG In.di: :n.. R.i- C-te!, ,
learn there would be no court. They visited

friends on the like and left forborne m > Stor QS _
p z. -- ---s. --- -
on the 12th. Siren Fencing, Hotel is new Furnitureis
flit .4 new. Capacity, 150
Judge A.,E.. Hey&er was at Juno on 4 Lawn Furniture P4 r -- = :--n -- -- Guests. ,

the 10th, as were also lots of other 'parties :)Marble ilia .f-t.... rceLID _- ==:=---= Table supplied with 01,0 -
'- -
but ,as there was no court they re- Granite Slate .,-1 0 = i. == _- ;:' .sters, Fish Duck, .Yeni-
,. ': son. Oranges, Pineapples
turned sorrowing' home. It is some two : ti Onyx. .w I> Vi'p Hao .P -_.--. .-' ""_, _' --f' -i== Bananas, eta.

years now since court.has been held in i -k- ,, Bnilclnc Stone, 1:3 W&r :;4. -= SaltandSuphurFree Baths
and while Broome's y : 5 to Guests.
this county, Judge .!., wire Fr icing.b .
reasons for not holding courtthis, time : y t3- Slate Mantels, H t Sail, Row and Steamboats
connected yrith tb .
are reasonable and allowable, it is to be '".v= Iron Mantels..' -u I-t := Hotel. *- _

hoped he "won't do it again." Grate. o : Best of Hunting ani. .

Josiah Sherman arrived from Atlanta, .VI tft count: s Fishing. Hunter*,- .. ,
tit s and Guns on application.
Ga., on the 14th, bringing Daniel Hel- "b 4 I R $ Rates $2 to$3 per eta '.
mer, wife and two'children,of New York, 4 00 p.a 1 O Special rate per w eel .t

I and R L. McCoy, of Georgia, along with II G) 11 M Q'd8H or month. t A'

him. He also brought a horse.mule, cow r n .!:: d .. ,
and a carload of agricultural implements, i I I I II Pc 0 mcount TITTJSX7r: : FIORIIX: : ...

seed, etc., along, and intends to greatly I l I f-t t-l Situated on the Banks of the far-famed Indian River.F. .

improve his /evidence on the west side, And all kinds of Tiling,'Heartb, Wire buts.and 0 3:= 3Qld t-l B. SACKETT, Proprietor.
just north of Oak Lawn.A in fart anything mde of Wire, Iron or any kind 01 _.
w V
Send for Catatonic, at tbe ram time. Mating the
progressive euchre party was held atI' style of pond yon are in n**tl of. an we have different 0 sfi E. L. R..A..D-Y a
the Cocoanut Grove House the evening Catalogues in the different branches of on
business'" 25 M
k of the 12th. There,were ten tables going 25* Laura Street Jacksonville Fla. .
Groceries Grain
and a very pleasant time had The win, G 0 Hay,. Garden Seed, Ferflliiir,;

ner of the ladies' prize was Mrs. R M. 1Lm p

Brelsford and of the gents. A. Durst, THE BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD R 'd 4.) ETC.I .
1"hilee ladies'booby prize went to Miss! := r U1If call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Stopl] ail
FOR THE MONEY! \ A rc Fancy ,
Belle Dimick and Charlie Earnest and m

,A. Winans tied for the gents' booby \&I&. o.m Groceries Fruit and Food Produeto p
prize. ONLY $20.!!!! 0 StJ! Of all kinds. Also my Stock of .

From a census of the wants of the numerous wnwI. :::: a> Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground M TtoftI
4 residents, in this section the following a> s:= ,
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seem to be the most prominent I'ly11 rJl am the only House on'Indian River dealing exclusively in the above L>ue rf,
8'A = h ..... ..... aJ Goods. I buy close and :
ones: A court-house and postoffice at For a 14K. Gold : will sell close. I invite your correspondence and IOu,..
E-i 03ctc your patronage. Very truly *
Juno Filled Open Face, \ j
a government appropriation to 't''
help us in getting a permanent inlet, iltuo Stem Wind Screw o a> E. L.'BRA.DY, ._
stores at JUliO and Hypoluxo, a county Back and front case

commissioners' meeting, a baker, three with ADnCltI

\ more churches a first-class blacksmith OR WALTHAM ofA Dry Goods Carpets Matt ngst

and woodworker,about two more post- movement. ,

offices,tinsmith,more rain,a shoemaker, Case vrarrantedby OIL
more young ladies and a first-class boat- makers forllyears.WATCHES CD s:= CLOTH. > I

builder. Some of these are actual public sent .9

? ** needs,,while others are only local or per to any point of the Kohn ;
4 tonal.The., 03 FurchgottO.Q :
< conntrywhere ct-c ,,
Is an Express kiss oa
Horticultural Society met in the U1 JACKSONVILLE '
C. O. D.subject to >
west side school house on the afternoon
Inspection beforepurchadDgwhea Offer,at all times Great
Inducements it the
above-mentioned Articles.Shades
of the 7th and had quite an interesting

discussion the guava being the subject. ... s:: t> Window Lace
order is Curtains Tnrcomaist'SijrM
accompanied Jt
0 !:; ,
It was thought that the guaya 'in thissection .. .. ;
by BOc. to pay f-t r
was great deal more valuable Express charges.Vzfic as and Mats. 4 _, /
than the peach is on the eastern chore '''c m .
1 J. J J. JJ.l.J. tA '.k' t--f They carry a large! Stock, and and are able to I .. "
of Maryland. It be com
, can put toj more .alas nI..4 .........rss.k pitlppp.pTb. CD Visiting JacksonvIlle do not fiatOCal) On them. or wAetothPe"m1l jod7 ..i.iKOHIST :.
ass*, grows as easy and is less subject, to -. .....--- CD want of goods. ,
disease or theta ,of insects while ..Q ":1i ,J
vases 6 tfURCHa
for aa'mnstxated .
Catalogue. .p OTT :& CO. .",
although its main crop ripens in the summer '.. ,

there is hardly a day in the year WM. H: SPECK JEWELER .. .43.... Bay and Pine Street",. 'JackseStrawbe l 3

but what a-man can pick ripe guavas ., .-. ". .. .0.... _:

from his orchard. The main point now Cor. Lemon: and Front.. St&.. rr3i,: 'P1.ant a it1, .eP' ::
is .to improve the fruit in all possible PALATKA PLORIDA.*' : .. "' 1 ', g K.unan'Improved and Bo,-man's Seedling, $4.00jr 1000. Order*.**.* ;

ways. The $ext >at>tlag of the society ,- <.. "'''C'-"- ..... tS Several Brands of }.ti.K1I1 T ,
: 8pecially ids eiiINDIAN
'. P red to Our sal
will be held ia the,east A ""b M Sent for RIvER BJu.sD, manufactured by: an old firm, the D F nlJi tS .
7 p% m W. Jai:silt, U or-proUpr py forfirltXnr month\ portraits; wiIl.proqo Jut Circular.! Alto Bone Jlea1, COt toet need X., ete.. ud !.. __
... S525 it. i' x iageauerttjuers, A full :
f"if"' --,y SA1r. ot.-W: ""'trio; ample amt no 1.0. aU.. ., :::. : .. >... lice of,Oren. FraU Trees. Send for aia'r;
t .2i Bond.LSy'j ; B. SEA ,. IHIu IiserMdbuAf .
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