The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
January 30, 1890


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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TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1890. NO. 41. ".

LOCAL LACO\ICS. air. Chas. Skeeles and wife of Winchester -Dance 8.30. Wager's Hall.
to-night, -Mrs. John H. Sams, of Courtney, What Brerard and the Indian j

-See Rumph's prices in this issue. Mass., arrived here Saturdayand -Mr. C. J. Hector, of Melbourne was was a visitor to our town: Monday after- River Country Can Do.

-J. S. Watson & Co., have just receiv- left for Rockledge Monday. Mr. in town Sunday. noon.
and Mrs. Skeeles have been As you walk down the middle aisle of
e eel a fine lot seed potatoes. spending a -Messrs. F. H. Prior, H. A. McCleod -Tax Assessor Sanders was in town the Sub-Tropical building about midwaynear -
a great winters ,
,, many at. various places
Capt. C. F. Fischer js having some in the South, and this season they intend arid L. Herzog of Hartford Ct:, were in yesterday attending to the listing of prop- the stand, you will see an'exhibit of

cork done on his cottage on Julia street. remaining on Indian River. town Sunday. erty for this year. fruit and vegetables and other product.

Messrs. Henry Carson and Theo. P. -The -Save your furs and skins and send -We need several days' strong wind of one of the richest centers in the State,
naphtha launch which
Gilman, of Brooklyn, were in town Tues- arrived Egret, them to J. S. Watson & Co.. They pay from the southeast to wash the sea-grass that is rich in natural resources,and that
on the cars hear is
day. the highest cash price.J. ashore in front of our town. county is Brevard. The display is in.
to be run on Lake Worth in connectionwith
_)fro Walter Hawkins, traveling agent the railway between Jupiter and S. Watson & Co. have on hand Messrs. W. S. Smith, Chas. G. :'Rey charge of the commissioner, Capt. R. P. .

..for the J., T. & K. 1 t. System, was in Juno. She is owned by the J.,T. and K. two cars of vegetable crates. Don't fail nolds and C. M. Reynolds, of St. Paul, Paddison, and is very tastefully arranged.The .

town Monday.The W. Railway, is quite a trim-looking to see them before you boy )Minn. arrived on Monday's train. various tables are draped with: .

fast mail, due here Sunday eve- launch and was built by the Gas Engineand -Mr. Will Black now holds the position -Mr. S. A. Belcher has the sloop Os- long gray moss, and above are handsome

p113R, did not arrive qntil two o'clock Power Company, at Morris Dock of mate, and Mr. Ed. Holmes, pilot, ceola hauled out. He has recently lengthened festoons of the same material. Tropical .
board the cabin about feet further aft vines cling here and there, and a worthy
Monday morning. New York: on the steamer St. Lucie. ten
center piece is a magnificent palm tree
Money J Money 11 Money 111 to -Mr. J. A. Durst, who has been on a -Fresh evaporated peaches, pears, -Owing to the heavy wind and sea towering to the roof. An orange.tree

loan on real estate. Apply to Bobbins & visit to Crescent City for about a week apricots and nectarines, reduced from the steamer St. Lucie staid over at Ju- full of fruit, some splendid.specimens of *-

GrahAm, Titusville, Fla. returned here Saturday evening, and left 35 to 25 cents, at Geo. B. Rumph'g. piter yesterday, hence did not make her cacti, stuffed birds, specimens of game :

-Mr: Charles E. Mitchell, wife and for Lake Worth on Monday afternoon. -Mrs. Julia F. Martin, Indianola., registered scheduled start from here yesterday af- fishes, stuffed animals, a great collection '

daughter, of Marion, Ohio, were amongthe His many friends were glad to see him at Indian River Hotel, Fridaylast ternoon. of canned articles, and lW\Dyother thingsin

arrivals Monday evening.Mr. in town again ; and, although he says and left for down the river next Messrs. J. W. Huntington and Chas.H. rich profusion, testify to the fine possibilities -. ,

E. C. Thomas has assumed the Lake Worth is a beautiful place, he day. Walton start for Eau Gallic Satur- of Brevard county.

duties of his position with Mr. L. C. would rather be in Titusville among his MJce known your wants to J. S day morning. Huntington will take The display of fruit is perfect, and pre,

Oliver in the lumber business.Mr. pleasant musical and other associateswere Watson & Co. Theirs are 19, and yours in all the shooting and fishing, while j'r. sents to the eye a most beautiful picture.:$}* i

it not for business engagements.He outnumber theirs 'and Walton attends to things on his land. Space will not it in detail s
and Mrs. G. F. Ensey expect to may they can permit giving ,
move to their home at Tropic in a few has found it very quiet on the lake. help you. Two natty little steam-yachts pulled but suffice it to say that in the Brevard

days, where-Mr. Ensey is haying a new -Last week the new steamer Ft. Se- -The Indian River Lodge F. A. M. into the railroad wharf :Monday morning county and Indian River exhibit can be

house built. bastian while anchored near Delaware will meet Saturday evening next at 7 p. One, named the Nyanza, had on seen seven varieties of oranges, two varieties -

-)1r. W. J. Mims of Mims in breakwater dragged her anchors in the m. By order of J. Mendel, W. M., andS. board Capt. John Carey, of Rochester, of lemons, the shaddock, the
storm, and drifted ashore. It is expected II. Ray secretary. N. Y., with Henry Rogers engineer, and citron of commerce, the lemon shad-

town yesterday morning attending to that the damage was slight, and thatas Frank H. Cowan, of the same place. The dock, the lemon citron, the citron of
land business ere he leaves this -Captain Mercier, we are pleased to
some soon as the storm was over she was other, named the Sassacus, carried Capt.A. paradise, tangerine and mandarin oranges -
for learn, is again in command of the steamer ,
section Tampa. pulled off and repaired. The reports at E. Bradley and wife, of Buffalo, and bananas, paw-paws,pineappJe8, .
" Georgiana, running daily between Ti- \
Messrs. J. M.: Laflin and W. J. La first received indicated that the damage Frank Jones, engineer. These two boatsare coanuts in cluster, thirty-two varieties'of !

Roche, of New York, who are spending done was more than it really was. At the tusville and Melbourne. the finest of the kind ever seen in palms and ferns, bean*, tomatoes, egg

a few weeks on Indian River, were in time this occurred she was awaiting a -M. B. Bunnell brick-layer and this section and they attract a good deal plants potatoes, sisal hemp, potted and

town a day or BO this week. favorable opportunity to come down the plasterer, is prepared to take contracts of attention wherever seen. The Sassacus manufactured,eight varieties of palmetto

-Mr. John A. Manley, Mr. J. A. coast. anywhere on Indian River. Addressall draws four feet of water and the Nyanzaa berries medicinally prepared, specimens

Shepard, wife and daughter Mr. H. F. -Good land, timbered with large yellow communications to Titusville Florid little over thirty inches, and they makea of the birds to, be found in this co Iii trj, ,

Wachsmuth and Mr. Rud Pape, of Chicago pine and fronting on Lake Worth, at 29 speed of ten and twelve miles per hour. seven varieties of Indian River game, fish

were among Tuesday's arrivals, and Jewell P. O., will be sold cheap in lots -Mr. E. H. Scott, of this place, died The Nyanza is the larger, being fortytwofeet and oysters, coquina rock,sugar-cane and

are stopping at the Grand View. of any size to suit purchaser. Beautiful very suddenly at his home last night, long and eight feet beam; while the palmetto work.

about 11:30 o'clock, while sitting by the Sassacus is thirty-eight feet long and The canned goods consist of
-We hear it rumored that we are to building sites, location high, dry and pineapples ,.
side of his bed, no one being present at seven feet beam. They both have double sweet
have a new lumber yard in about a healthy; a narrow strip of land only a guavas, guava jelly, pickled

month, started at this place. The pro- few hundred feet wide opposite this land the time but his wife. engines. From New York they came to guavas, citron, orange, marmalade, mulberries : ,

jectors contemplate erecting a lumber divides the Atlantic Ocean from Lake -Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clemons, and St. Johns river, running outside a consid- peaches, etc. Besides the above'

dock adjoining the railroad wharf on the Worth. Prospectors are invited to look Mrs. May Clemons, of Kansas City Mo., erable part of the way. At Blue Springs there is honey, syrup, pineapple cider

ti south. at this land. For further information arrived here on last Thursday evening'strain they were placed upon flat cars and and pineapple vinegar, and many specimens
-Mr. L. C. Oliver, our lumber mer- address P. 0. Box Jewell, Fla.or Capt. and took the steamer, next morn- brought over to New Smyrna, from of orchids. .. *$ Ik
thence they traveled down Hillsboroughriver Among the curiosities is a stuffed,Florida ;,
chant returned Tuesday night from his 0. S. Porter, Lake Worth. Fla. ing, for down the river. ," -
-Lake Worth land, improved or unimproved and Mosquito lagoon to this place. panther, which tvas shot at Cite
to Jacksonville where he went to -Mr. R T. with
trip Redding met a nar- extending from lake to ocean, Mr. Carey is interested in Eau Gallic and Point, on Indian River. It is nearly u'f 1
make arrangements for a pile-driver to from serious Saturday '
row escape injury on
located in the centre of the settlement, contemplates erecting a winter residence large as the royal Bengal tiger.
pat down the posts for his new lumber afternoon last. While working on
for sale. For particulars address David there in the near future. Owing to the Captain Paddison takes great pleasl1re'.
wharf the ice he missed his *
factory building, Brown, Palm Beach, Fla. slight illness of Captain Bradley these showing the beauties of tne'exhibit, **

-Mr. Hildretb of Merritt's Island, footing, falling a distance of about four- -In consequence of Rev. A. T. Sharpe two boats did not start down the river and really it does great credit to the '

brought his steamer up here this weekto teen feet; and, alighting upon his head, officiating at Courtney on Sunday last, yesterday and will not leave until tomorrow county and state, showing as it does the .
receive boiler. The boat has cut an ugly gash, nearly three inches in
a new of
and the non-arrival of the Rev. D. S. probably. production nearly every article of ei
just been launched from McFadden'sways length, on the top of his head, close to ther
Itfxury or necessity. \ in
Schwartz, there was no service at St.
at Eau Gallic after having been the bone, which caused him to remain Gabriel's Episcopal Church.A Senator Matt Quay 011 Indian Wednesday, February 5th, has been .
lengthened tenor twelve feet. unconscious for a time. The cut was River.
: selected Brevard
new top buggy for sale; hand- as county day at the- _
sewn up and dressed as quickly as possi- Senator Quay left Washington for Indian
The Indian River Hotel meets all somely finished factory price $115. Sub-Tropical and the railroads will make

the incoming trains with .an omnibus.This ble by Mr. J no. M. Dixon, and it is now Will sell it for ;$90, with 'a new set of River Sunday morning, and arrived cheap rates for that occasion. It is anticipated .. .- 4

will be a greAt.desideratum when healing rapidly. i buggy harness included. A bargain.Can here on a special car Monday evening, that a large crowd will be ill-attendance .

we have rainy or squally weather, butin -Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Conner who be seen at my place-Harry Roberts, accompanied by Richard Quay and Benj. on that day.-Tima-Unttn. -, ,

fair weather passengers are, generally, have visited Titusville for the past four Mims, Fla. 37 Savy. They will spend the next monthor .. "

< walk little after along arrived the Indian River two fishing and hunting near Indian Ilrcvard Co. Day at th \S'Ub-t .
my{ too glad to a winters, at -Capt. H Q. Hawley returned from
ride in the cars. Hotel on Saturday evening last from quite a protracted trip down the river River Inlet. Later on they may go to Tropical, Feb. 4th. ?. "

home Trenton N. J. and Key West and the neighboring keys, and Round trip tickets will be sold to Jack
-Mr. J. P. Turner returned Monday their at with his sloop, the Mutual Life, last
three perhaps visit Cuba Mr. Quay does not sonville as follows from the following.
night from his trip to New York. It will remain in town for two or Saturday. He says he had a very pleas- 1
weeks after which will visit Lake propose to think about the Senate o/ the paints on February 4th and for train 52-
only required 46 hours for his return they ant time, and found the insurance busi-
Worth and other points down the river. offices or anything else except his enjoy- leaving Titusville at 5 a.. m.on February
from left New ness quite good.
York Saturday the big city evening-he at having nine o'clock., Mr. Conner is an ardent sportsman, and The usual services will be held Sun- ment, he is so worn out by the strain of 5th, limited to return not later than i

be successful in politicians and office-seekers. He says February 6th, viz: Aurantia$3.50, Mims
He the stock of goods he selectedto appears to very bringingin day at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church.
be expects "the spoils of the chase." Mr. and Bishop Weed will visit Titusville the he will not return: north until he can $3.75 LaGrange 4.00, Titusville 400.
here in two three days. ,
or friends sleep eight or ten hours on a stretch. From stations between Aurantia analLaGrange '."
Mrs. Conner's many were pleasedto 24th of February for confirmation and ..
-Mr. 0. E. Chaffee, of Ankona, accompanied see them on Indian River again. 1 will also visit churches down the river The party started down the river Tuesday inclusive conductors will sell:<*,*-!

hie son, Mr. F. S. Chaffee as for the morning on the steamer Georgiana. round trip duplex tickets at above S, >
The meeting of the Indian River : same purpose.
fu as this who is on his .. From the Indian River
place, Monday points on ,
the from
During storm the northeast
L. A. M. B. S. was held on Thursday Obituary.After laR"
way to Iowa, his northern home. Mr. Tuesday the wind reached a maximum sers will sell round trip duplex
last. Vocal and instrumental
Chaffee says he is not fond of such warmlinter evening of miles a long siege of illness from remittent Titusville and return in connection .
velocity forty-six: per htfur, as
music and recitations the
reading were fever, Miss Jessie Balfour, of this form S. R. ,
weather as we have been having. T. from Titusville to Jacksonville ,
by the wind-instrument the
registered at
main features of the evening's entertain-
Perhaps he will find a decided change Signal Service office. The storm was accompanied place, quietly passed away Monday and return, allowing sufficient;
north ment. The following were proposed and morning about nine o'clock. The deceased limit on the duplex to allow passengers'to i'-
by a slight fall of rain.
elected officers of the above Mrs. S.
: the eldest of
was daughter reach Titusville on'the morning of the
-Mr and Mrs. Schell have returned -Mrs. John Crist of Philadelphia,
and Mrs.
Wilbur ,Mrs. E. B. Wager C.
late Mr. John Balfour of Toronto Can- 4th and ..
going, to return home within the; ,
from Bradford and reopened Pa., arrived in town on Thursday last 1.
county Fischer Rev. S. Wilbur Geo. M.
F. ; ada and sister of Mrs. J. Simonson of limit
by steamer leaving Titusville
oah ,
schooL She is the mother of Mrs. Barret and : .
The negro who murdered Sheriff Robbins,E. B. Wager,Dr. W. S. Graham, ,
this i
place. Her'age was fifty-four years. the morning of February 7th, 1890.
Epperson Mrs. BcheH'a brother, has been J. W. Huntington and C. H. Walton. came here to nurse her daughter, who
Rev. Wilbur read the burial }
Sidney Round from
rates the
trip landings
captured and is npw confined in jail. HeM M. P. Robbins remains president. has been quite ill for some time past. on )
Mrs. service at the residence of Mr. A. Park Indian River will be made by adding the s
formerly known in Volusia 'county Mrs.Barret is slowly improving in health.
In of the sad death of Miss
consequence inson afternoon and the interment
Tuesday one rate to Titusville to ,the rate
**a negro desperado and gambler. It Isufe Messrs. A. M. Hamilton & Co. have way
Balfour Monday evening's meeting was
was in Titusville Cemetery.The from Titusville to Jacksonvile"andreturn
to say he will haniDon't secured a novelty in the way of paper .
; postponed.A late Miss Balfour had been a resident ($1.00)g....
buckets to their nstomers with
forget the dance to:night at of three of supply / of Titusville about four/ Hardceville $4.60 t.70 e
party consisting years; ; Courtney-$ ;.
when want and to
8.80. they oysters forget
Wager's Hall, ,Be o&.time, and Messrs. G.W. Hawkins, a younger brother their buckets. most of this time she was housekeeper Faber's, $4.75; Sharps, $4.8: ,City*
bring They are handy, '
spend who a pleasant social evening. and All and H. P. Richards, of Newark, N. neat and inexpensive, hence they do not for Mr. A. Parkinson. Aside from her Point, $4.90; Merritt, $5Jtf< ,Cocxa;::

also were'preECnt at the last dance J., arrived here with a 22-foot catboat I charge their customers for them. relatives no one: felt more endeared to $5.20; Rockledge,$5.25; .Paxton'.,$ .4O;; .

their friends are invited to join the, Tuesday afternoon on a flat car from her than the aged gentleman above men- Magruders, $5.45) ; Georgiana, $5.55;.
IOclal* dance is Messrs. J. M. Lee & Bro., of Rock-
tonight This the only Mr. Richards is brother-in- tioned. She administered to his household Whitfield$5.65
Palatka. a ; Brantley, 5.85; Tropic
ledge send their steam launch Lela V.,
invitation ,
that will be sent out bjr tILeorsChas law flf Mr": Martin, of Indianola, and is this afternoon comforts in a manner that could 6.10;Eau Gal lie,$ .50;Melbourne,$ .M;
to place to connect
.Ti, Walton,J.W.Hunt- related to Mr. Will Richards, of Eden. up with the every not have been more pleasant to him, and Tillman, $6.60 ; Malabar, $6.70; Micco.
train at
Z'8ton J. evening arriving
a:Watson and E. D.Rainey. The party came from New York: to Jacksonville 6:20, and carry guests immediately downto her death will cause him to remove to $7.05; Sebastian, $7.30; Orchid, $7.60; *

-The Indian River Steamboat Company on a schooner, the trip lasting I their Hotel Indian River. Capt. Ed. Jacksonville to live with his brother, Mr. Enos, $7.75 ; Narrows, $7.85; St. Lucie, '

inaugurated a new schedule;' cornicing nine days on account of heavy weather. Magrudej has charge; of the Lela V. J. Dunlin Parkinson.The $8.75 ; Fort Pierce,$3.85; Ankona, $9.00;*

Monday morning last the steamer -, From.Jacksonville they sailed as. far as deceased lady was loved by all Eden, $9.25 ; Waveland. $9.65; Jupiter,.! :
-Mr. Jno. E. M. of Eau *
: Georgian makes the dafly'run from Palatka, where they put their boat on:a Hodgson, who formed her acquaintance, and :$10.00. ,.;'1.
Gallie returned from his to New .
ntusviUe to Melbourne and return ; the I flat car for this place. The party will. trip energetic character, which knew no i'.

** LucSe leaves Titu ville every Monday, spend two months on the river, whenthe York and Savannah on Monday evening,I bounds, only gave way as she was forced -J. A. Durst, of Crescent City the

Wednesday and Friday afternoon{ I they will cell their boat and return north. having purchased a large stock of good a I to a sick bed for the last time. A pioneer well-sinker of the State of FJOf' ;t

arrival of the 8:36 trUn.runnIng thrnug b The boat is built of oak, and carries last for Thursday his new store.and said He it left was New very Yorl cold:l life as pure as snow,, fnlj of charity and ida,is now operatingat Lake Worth, Fla,, .' '

: Jupiter, returning from Jup e late about'two tons of ballast dramng ij out and snowing there. Mr. Hodgson left foi goodness toward others has been fulfilled. where all communications mar be addressed ,

the evening of the following days. eighteen Inches of water in ballast .> ,; home, on steamer Georgians Tuesday. Peace be unto her. t4It and information received. .. *

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.,.. : .lJi{ ': THE. FLORIDA. STAR, TmmSDAY, JAN.. SO, 1890. .' .

'1. ', .- taring what Judge iteney called 'the
our Humble sympathy. RespectfullyYOUB / iii coming: Eldorado of American adventure -

RIVER COLLISION. OLD Tamers AKD SXKVASTS. DOWN\\ } IN' : would come to a 'realizing sense'of AxASTRuiV
This letter is signed by over twenty of the magnitude and extraordinary variety
the colored dependents of the late states of resources of my native state- .

man. North Carolina whose ranges of

Rescued Salloxs. climate, soils fauna and flora, and minerals The
.Steamer Katie Bobbins Sunk anN NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 23.-The steamer I What Has Been AccomplishedThere are unequaled by those of any "Jayblfd and "W oodpecktt-*

the :Mississippi Kate, from Palmera,brings Capt. Davies in Recent Years. other state. That is a broad and strong Factions Meet Aain.
and the crew of five of the British statement. Put it to" the test of a thorough
schooner Alice May which was disabled ev!\. .

Four Deck Hands Reported to bv a gale while on a voyage from the Northern Statesmen on the Re- Senator Sherman. ,The Battle Takes Place at tho

Have Been Drowned. West Indies to Scotland. The Kate fell Accomplished. Senator Sherman says: "The progress Galveston Court House.One .
in with the schooner Jan. S, and rescued made is almost marvelous and I trust is buta
the people on board. beginning of a still greater advance in

'The Accident Caused By a Misunderstanding The Whisky Trust. Letters on the Safcje From the Tk>e the; same direction diversity of production of the '"Woodpeckers" Xnstaatrr
Blaine, Windom. in a country formerly almost exclusively Killed and Two Other lien
of Signals Which Beeulted In CHICAGO, Jan. 22.-It is believed here President, Messrs. The of Badly
the Bobbin Striking a Barge in 'Tow of that! the whisky trust is to be reorganized Noble, Waaamafcer and Bask and Senators varied mechanical will success inducea W.uDded-Th. Dead Man Kyle Terry.a .

the Josie HarJdDI-Paa.eDaeN Rescued in the form of a stock company.REMARKABLE Sherman. Hawley and Vest in TheManufacturers' Xephevr of the Late Judge Devil
greater variety: of agricultural products Terry, of California.GALVESTOf .
Without Difficulty.VICESBUBO EXECUTION. Record. and will bring to the south that
Jan. 23.The steamboat BALTIMOBE Jan. 20.-In The !Ianufa.cturers' which is most \\'WltOO-a home market Tex., Jan. 23.-A term
Katie Robbins, of the Yazoo and Taliabatchie Six Murderers Hanged at Once at Fort Record special letters are published for home products. tragedy was enacted in the court home

Transportation company, bound Smith Ark. from Vice President Morton, "I trust this prosperity win tend to here Tuesday, in which Kyle Terry

for Yazoo and Tallahatchie rivers, collided FoRT SMITH, Ark., Jan. 20.-Thurs- Messrs. Blaine, Windom,. Wana maker; settle the race conflict upon a fair basis: nephew of the ate Judge David TmT.

Saturday nighty 13i30 o'clockwith day shortly after noon, half a dozen Noble and Rusk of the cabinet,. and for, with a diversity of pursuits the was instantly killed and two men badly
sous launched into the will become: more valuable, more
were eternity by negro s
wounded. The
a barge towed by the steamer Josie Har- Senators Morrill, Sherman, Hawley, the killing was the outcomeof
and of
law. It was the execution of Sam Goings independent more worthy
the Fort Band troubles
.tfp*, from Sunflower river for Vicks- James Burris, John Billy, Thomas Vest and Reagan. rights and privileges of freedom. The which re!
suIted some time in mach
burg. The barge capsized and sunk Willis and Jefferson Jones. all Choctaw These letters were written in responseto prosperity of one section leads to the battle ago a bloody
between the
dumping her load,3OOsacks of seed and Indians, and Austin James, a Chicka- an invitation from the editors of The t prosperity of all, and personally I reJoice citizens of Rit-hmo,
=thirty bales of cotton, into the river. saw. All were murderers. )Manufacturers' Record to express thtir in every hopeful sign of prosperity Cans of the Trouble. "-

Sank in Three Minutes. Two other murderers, George Tobler views upon the south's progress, as m the south as much as in the north or Some months ago Terry, who was tax !
'The Bobbins' hull was crushed in on and Charles Bullard, negroes, were to shown by the elaborate review of what in the state of Ohio in which I live." assessor! of Port Bend county and a ijo
the starboard side, just forward of her have been hanged also, but were re- the south has accomplished in the last Senator Vest. member of what is known.the"Wood.pecker"
furnace doors and she sank to her hur- until the 30th. received the party, had a difficulty with tot
spited They ten years, published in a late issue of Senator Vet says: "There Is not in
ricane. deck in less than three minutes. ; respite with bad grace, saying: that if that paper. the history of the world a progress so three Gibson boys, all members of the
r' they are to be hanged they would prefer Jaybird party. Five weeks later
Four Drowned. marvelous as that of the southern people
Vie of
President! Terry met one the Gibson brothers b
Four of her deck crew are missing and going with the rest. President Morton writes that the since the war, and when we consider the Wharton and killed him. 'When,

are undoubtedlyloaClerk Phipps had Their Crimes. rapid development of the south in all circumstances which have environed the case came up for trial Terry got a changi
;;:s narrow escape and was only saved Sam. Goings and James Burris were lines of commercial enterprise, as shown south since the war, the increase of material of venue to Galveston county. Judgt '
through the night watchman's bravery, hanged for the m :rder of Houston by the record of the last decade, proves wealth is without a parallel in the Parker, indicted for murder U Feet
who went down a gangway and pulled Joyce a young white man, in Novem- that it is not solely an agricultural section history of nations. If the charges mad Bend county, also secured a change
the hurricane roof. ber 1888 Nimishlie in the Choctaw by the partisan of the north bo
.JWn'up on near but the home of a great diversity press venue to this county, and the case wen
Baggage All Lost. nation. Joyce stopped at Burris' house southin true-that the pouthem people are
of industries. This fact brings the set down for Tu day. Both the prosecution
Three ladies and several gentlemen for dinner, and after leaving the house line with all sections of the country, systematically engaged in: oppress- and defense had brought to t&fc
passengers were aroused from sleep was intercepted by Bum and Goings, and the result is sure to be mutually ing the negro, and that they spend city a large number of adherents what
hen the boat struck and got out with- who told him they intended to kill him. beneficial their days in scheming for that is known as the "Jaybird" and "WooS.peeker"
-crat difficulty, but lost their baggage.boara He begged piteously for life, but with- Blaine. purpose and their nights in murder and factions.
9ecreterj I
out avail. Both fired a bullet into Joyce'sback intimidation-thev are beyond questionthe
"The books and papers were lost, Secretary Blaine said that The Manu remarkable of who The Battle at the Court Heat. ..
and he fell dead. Goings and Bur- most race people
Clerk saved the
"but in
Phipps money facturers' Record could not be engagedin have A large special venire of citizens had
cafe. The officers and saved their ris were arrested four months later and existed upon? the face of the earth.
crew not only confessed the crime but told of a more patriotic work than in making If these charges were true, it would been summoned for jury service in these
clothing o. killing a white man several years ago. known to the world the rich and follow that the southern people are able cases, to appear at the court house at 19
Sank Once Before. Both are under twenty years of ago. resources of the southern states of the to violate all the laws which properly o'clock. A few minutes after that beer
Tne collision occurred three miles aboveEaynes'e John, Billy and Thomas Willis were Union. govern social and economic conditions, Kyle Terry, his brother" Capt. Dan
Bluff and thirty-five miles convicted of the murder of a white man, Secretary Windom. and at the same time attain a degree of Terry: of California Judge Parker,
:abOve Robins Harkins is unin- supposed to be W. B. Williams, a whisky Secretary Windom says that on almost prosperity which amazes the world. Judge Weston, Dr. Gale, and some
jured. The is a total loss. She occurred others entered the front door of the
peddler. killing near every page there is to be found evi-
.is insured for $4,000, and valued at Tallihani, in February, 1889. dence of the progress of material affairs. A BOY'S ADVENTURES. court house. Terry turned to the left,

10000. Williams went into that neighborhoodwith which has been made in the south, and AB Ohio Runaway Discovered After an towards the stairWay. and had tart
A year ago she sunk in Tehula Lake, a lot of whisky. The Indians indications are plentiful of still greater Expenditure of 810,000, reached the second step when the fint
but was raised and thoroughly repaired bought some of it A development of those resources whichgo shot was fired. It struck him under tU
and at the time of her loss consideIthe Williams SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 20. From
was out of tbs left
diffiCulty ensued, and becoming far towards making a right arm came kraut
best boat in the line, having been I alarmed started to run, but was riddled and contented. The remarkable prosperous Azura, in the Pomona valley, comes a and literally. tore his: heart to pieou.
built especially for the Yazoo trade. with bullets. growth in the commercial and industriallife remarkable story of the adventures of a There was a moment's lull, and then
..she had a fair freight on board. Billy and Willis were arrested and, of the southern states is exceedingly youth of 17, Henry David Walker by ; four or five shots; were fired from different

Cause of the Accident. upon the testimony of an Indian who gratifying "and is a splendid illustration name. In September, 1687, young directions. One passed through the.
The collision is attributed to a misunderstanding saw the killing, were convicted. of the beneficent results of the Walker, who is a eon of a wealthy retired -I arm of Judge Weston, of Fort Bend
of the signals. The Harkins Jefferson Jones a Choctaw Indian, American principle of protection, which pork packer of Columbus, 0., wasa countyd. another through the lee of
.and Sarah Elliott-are at the wreck saving was convicted of the murder of GeorgeW. has stood guard against the menacing pupil at a school in Niagara Falls, i Henry !I. Plttte, a Galvestonisn. Eyewitnesses :
what they can. It is believed that ,Wilson, an old white man, who was and destructive influences of the old 3 New York. I say three men were shooting,
' -the barge can be easily raised. living near Talhhani, Creek nation, in world, while factories and mines are His father, who is on the shady side naming Vol Gibson, who killed
March, 1889. being successfully operated in the new." of life took unto himself at that time asecond and whose brother Terry had
BAD ELECTRIC INSULATION.A Austin James,a Chicasaw Indian, was wife, and the hey on hearing it, Wharton; Daniel Rangsoale and yosag
General Wanama.ker.P06tmaster
Po Man Killed by a Grounded ElectricS ., convicted of murdering a young man General Wanamaker: got mad and wrote his father a caustic Mitchell, all from Fort Bead county,sal
Wire la from Alabama, named Thomas Elliott, letter. He was summoned home, and, all "Jaybirda"
Light Newburg N. Y. writes: "The industrial advancement of
Chickasaw nation in fearing heavy the lad aim Arreeta.
near Fishiminge, ran
; punishment
NKTOURO N. Y. Jan. 23. About south shown in the the
8:3Q the of
1883. He killed Elliott because he had pages awaX,and until last week,notwithstanding -! Immediately after the shooting &
bankers' edition of The Manufacturers'
Monday morning, horse belonging to had trouble with his half brother. special the expenditure of 10,000, nothing arrests were made. The principal out
have been
Mr. Delano of Boli iWe"Was standing Record you had been heard from him. is Vol Gibson who fired the anted
on Water street, fastened to an awning MURDERED BY HER LOVER.A good enough to send me, is indeed mar- He went to New York and then fatal shot. He is a young man about)
of olanv
post bya halter, the being tied about velous. The hope any country or shipped as a common sailor on a ship
rope Mystery of the Big Horn Basin Clearedby of countrv is in the honest i years old and treats the matter coolly.
the post, the connection with the head Revelation. part any oi' bound for Costa Rica. Arriving there Gibson was the oldest man in the attacking '
a Ghastly of Its
.rear of the horse being by a snap. Suddenly : : industry people. he worked for some time on a coffee party, four of the others being wader ;:,
the horse was seen to 'drop on its CuEYE "EWy. T.,Jan. 20.-In August Secretary Noble. plantation. Ho was taken down with 2L .,
beat and then to go down entirely. last Edna Wilson, a pretty girl, 18 years Secretary Noble writeas "Mv attention fever, recovered and shipped on a vessel It was evident that the fntentb WIll ''
Thomas Dawson, a laborer, standing old, living in the Big Horn basin, left has been called to the vast growthof bound for Santiago, Chili. He secureda to kill Weston and Parker as writ M
near by, rushed to assist the horse, her mother's home on horseback to visita all the material interests of the south, position as errand boy at the Amer- Terry-the two latter because they we ,
thinking the animal had slipped while neighbor's. Her war was across a and this department contains within it ican legation and gave the name of "W odpeckera." Judge Parker b ft
;Ewing the slippery pavement, or 'was ford of the Big Horn nver. She failedto much that is benefited by this advance- Frank Johnson. He threw up his posi- member of the state legislature frost
Dawson grasped the headgear of reach her destination, and it was ment. The exhibitions which you make tion and embarked on a ship for Hono Fort Bend county, and b charged with ,
the horse he was seen to fall forward, believed she had been swept away by connected with the advance in educa- lulu.From having been the cause of late rlota baicbmond.
his head striking against the iron awning the rapid current of the river and tion and intelligence give assurance of there he went to Yokahoma, He Is charged
IP08*. drowned. Although the river was an early and rapid development of all Japan, and there received money froman a negro woman during the hkis
Robert Salts, another laborer, sprang searched for miles below, the body could the great resources of the south. It English gentleman to pay his passageto riot
.Ho pick Dawson up when he, too, was not be found. would take more time than I now haveat San Francisco. Arriving here he Very Indignant.
knocked down. By this time a crowd About week after her disappearance, command to speak in detail of the walked most of the way to Los Angeles The citizens of Galvestqn intensely
Ixad gathered, and the several incidentsrecorded J. McCombs, a prominent young stockman great landed interests this department where he secured work as hostler. He indignant L ,*cause the Fort Bend are county
warned them that it was a case of the basin, left the region. As he has under its control and which are remained in Lee Angeles six weeks, and factions transferred settlement Of
t. of.grounded electric light wire. The I was the girl's lover and was paying his rapidly being disposed of in the south- then went to work on a ranch, under their troubles here.CALIPORNIA ?
-company's office 'was notified and the attention against her mother's wish, it em states; but the constant wand con- the name of Charles Goodwin.A _
-Current shut off. was current gossip that Edna had riddento tinuous increase in the demand for man from Columbus, who was TRAIN ROBBERS
Dawson was picked up and carried to a I some rendezvous where McCombs had homes under the general laws of the spending; the winter at Azure, recognized -
:neighboring store.. He was dead, the t joined her and the couple had eloped. United States is a cheering indication of young Walker, and telegraphedhis Hold Up a Faeea.e* Train Sear Tatar*
-electric. shock having occasioned instan- I McCombs,however, returned, and denied the future of that portion of our com family.: An elder brother arrived and Secure S93.00O.
taneous death: There was a perceptible the elopement story. He sold his ranch, mon country. With intelligence indus- this week and took the young man in BAN FBANOSCO, Jan. 24.-A regular
smell. of burned flesh, and an examination and left the country for good. try and the resources for developmentthere charge. He brought the news that an wild west combine with black aaate
of the man's body revealed the fact II On Monday last D. L. Enos, the pur- found the greatest assurance may uncle had died and left him an interest held up a local passenger train Bear
that the current had been received onthe chaser of :)1cCombs'ranch, discovered be felt that the career on which the in a valuable estate. Tulare and vanished into tKo d stwhitherness
left side of the head which had rested I the body of the girl buried in the earthen 'new south' has entered will be main- with
-against the awning post. The neck was floor of a deserted hunter's cabin in an tained perpetuated if justice is administered WORLD COMING TO AN END. boodlo 925,000 Infreenasdyellow about 7o'clock
blUtered, hair singed and the ear badly I unfrequented part of the ranch. to all alike and the right of That's What Certain Carolina Preacher Monday night at

burned, and Salts was slightly paralyzed L Coyotes had partially exhumed the body each man to his own preserved. Theseare Aver Telling Their Flocks.CnABLOTTE The two crawled through ties
in the lower limbs. The horse ana the foundations at last of all
was not t j| strippeu the flesh from the boned. pros-
and I confident in N. c., Jan. 81.-Much ex- rainy dark over the cars to the engfe
seriously injured. Dawson leaves a' The head showed marks of a bullet hole. perity, am the ho
widow and three children.rir McCombs is believed to have been the that they will not fail the southern p oat citement prevails among people of many where they made their preaa ice bowL with
j ? western counties account of the by inserting the clkk of a revolver
murderer, and the people of the basin pIe- on
TOUGH CHURCH MEMBERS. once raised money to employ detectivesto Secretary Rusk. alarming sermons being preached by the ears weapon of the fireman attached anJT into the rwpec art
They Even Up With a Pastor Who Opposed run him down.BUZZARD Secretary Rusk, of the agricultural department ministers of primitive Baptist dftmmifafr. firmly, ordered
Kissing Game speaks very enthusiastically of; tions.conference It is said that a few days ago a them to stop thetrain, which the..
IN of
twenty preachers oft
"TAUNTON Mass. the great agricultural resources and cheerful ab.crU'The two
Jan. 22.-Rev. N. T. possibilities faith
was held at Brushy mountain in prisoners
Dyer, pastor' of the brick church at Snow-Big Drifts Communication of the south, and says: "The Wilkes county. were then marched to the ex
natural facilities of the press
south for the
production and told order the mi&'
Dtghton, baa been making a crusade Shut Offi of this great cotton aide' Rev. Israel Holler, one of the oldest car to
against church gatherings where such ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 23.-A storm and directed by the intelligence crop,which preachers in the western North Carolinaand ger to open the door.

ramee are in vogue as "Copenhagen," set in at 3 o'clock Sunday night, accompanied constantly seeks improvement, must as- possessing great influence among his After this was done the firemaaeagineer -

London bridge," "pobtoffice,.. and similar I by a heavy wind, and at midnight sure for all time the supremacy of our brethren, presided at the conference. in and express m muzzle!lTe ger'ranged of w a re
at the
diversions involving more or less 'I the storm had increased to such an southern states as the cotton-producing The preachers debated on the coming of volT.whilo a .*
dragging and kissing by the participants M extent as to be akin to a blizzard. Al- region of the world. Christ or the end of the world,and final through\ the the other' about man fH,H&
By way of retaliation his nock tied up : ready nearly five inches of snow havefallen ''The south has a climate and soil well ly unanimously agreed to preach tKbe As they leaving who**
"his door nailed up hjs gate, scared him on the level, and the outlook is, adapted to producing all the crops!necessary rep and certainly come been stealing a ride crawled froaa aa*
by discharging revolvers, and puffed tobacco I for an interruption of railroad travel to provide its inhabitants with food, toM end during thisyear. Their preach a car and shot dead.
smoke through the keyhole while for the country roads they were! and the rapid increase in its production ing is.said to have greatly stirred up the The robber was the and tfe*
he in hia room. Some of 1'.A badly before the storm now in of cereals during the past few years is more ignorant class among the farm people deparUd,
the young biooda drank whisky from bottles progress set in, and the fall of snow extremely gratifying, and so, also, is and it (3 feared that it will affect the train being went ignorant on,of many the of the=
during church exercises, and threwthe Sunday night will block them effectual the wonderful increase in value of live crops to a certain extent farmers who cause
until the '
flasks:: under the pews. The minister, ly. Up to midnight thc*e was no inter- stock; and in this connection I would believe the doctrine concluding that it II doge next aktW

ays he has found three dozen of these"pocket ruption of telegraphic communicationwith call your attention to the special importance of no use to make any preparationsahead. Ex-fteaator Rlddl. IB.WASinicoTOW .
: pistols." The church society Ii all Darts of the northwest but the of the horse, dairy and sheep] _. berffr Very
hired a detective who has evidence I snowfall is so heavy, particularly on the I interests. Negroes Take the Places of Italians Jan. 23.-In a
enough for several arrests. Dakota prairies, that the wires must go "The great development of your man- PU3J3SUTAW1TEY, Pa., Jan. 22.-Abou letter received here Sunday sand vV"--
r down before morning. ufacturing interests in the south will sixty negroes were brought here Friday friend of ex-Senator WJttJA=
THOUGHTFUL OF THEIR COMFORT. writes: Hare heard that
and to work you
soon create an extraordinary demandfor put loading coke at Wal-:
Tribute Condolence From the Servantsof Prise Fighter Will Be Proseeated. heavy draft hones. There is no stron under strong guard of Pjnkerton berger is very low His pbysisiaus MM'Iftt
the Late Jefferson Davis. JACKSON. Miss., Jan. 22.-The senate reason why this demand should not be police This action created considerable hope that he tanagain. eYeI' ad WI'

ATLANTA, Ga., Jan.. 33.-Dr. J. Will Saturday killed the Powell resolution,, supplied by southern farmers if theywill ; excitement among the miners, and a tai U m&y; P at my feaa.
lams Jones of this which passed the house two days ago, prepare for it in time. In the dairY meeting was held. There were between U..u7 George ...JUG
city, who is editing resolving that it was the sense of the interest many sections of the south have 600 and 700 present, and they voted solidly NEW Yoth Jan 22.-Hemrj GS
the memorial volume of the late Jeffer- legislature that the governor of the stateexpend I already given evidence of most gratify to fight the strike out on the old left here Monday night eo route to
-eon Davis, has received from Mrs. Davis no more money in bringing an;y ing progress, and I can only say that lines.! There was a good deal of bad Australia, with the immon ol"tI!: "*>l'
.a box of letters of condolence. One I parties concerned in the Sullivan-Kilrain! with the early establishment in this department blood exhibited at the meeting, and the erring the free trade parrr in New S euth
.letter therein possesses significance, as fight back to Mississippi to answer th of a division devoted especially Italians and Hungarians gave vent to Wale He will atop at C1iege, 8L
.follows: indictments against them exceptprincipals. the to the dairy it will be my pleasure, swell their feeling by shooting into the air, Louis Los Angeles and San naei&>>
BRQCBFIKLD, Jlfca, Dec. 12. 18S9. The house bill appropriating as my duty, to aid this development over 100 shots being fired.
'To Hn. Jefferson Davis Beauvoir, Miss. $lOOO for the purpose of paying the expenses to the fullest extent possible. Senator. m......* LaW| Vv
We the old servant and tenants of our of the agent of the state now in Senator Allison Again. WASHECOTCWJan. 23L-..&esa&Br&Bi&
beloved master, Hon. Jefferson Davis have I New York and his prisoners passed and Ilawley. DES Mocras, Iowa, Jan. 20.-The Republican man has been iU several days witIr tdit
muss to mingle our tears over his death, Wakely, Johnson &Company will, i iof t Senator Hawley says: "The history of legislative caucus unanlm sly : grip, and instill oonfiaed: to tMt + >
southern towns in
who was always so kind and thoughtful I now appears be brought back to face many the last five renominated Senator Allison for United t Be hjufpassed the wont UI>
oar peace and happiness. We extend tot you the laws of Mississippi. years reads almost like a romance, and I States senator; no other name wu"P' the disease, and. hopes to be QU1W e '
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1 It' D. M. FERRY & C0. any honest man or woman on trial and II not
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t tes OD of the Kidneys and bladder; they R. vicinity of the -0 Q\. } 4.J>"' '' '' .

tk>ol4 be promptly stimulated to healthy COUNTY SURVEYOR. .$'.':;. 0" ''L-\P. "' o .
action by the use of Dr. J. H. McLean's I I FINEST FISHING, HUNTING, STAR V tJo.... 4:;--'-....O" \; -4,4;'t':..-<'if '...&. ? '
Lifer and Kidney Balm. Orders by mail will receive as prompt AND SEA BATHINGTo i- ,," ( + cf .fj t

! The quality of the blood depends much attention as calls in person. be found in the whole Indian ; ?:..t'\.4' ,.. t te"

upon good or bad digestion; to make the Address: Georgiana, Fla. River Section, and have also the ad- : '..': QG4y "' 4,r f' I

wood rich in life and strength-giving con- vantage of Daily Communication by JOB PRINTING OFFICE, '..0 .: v'" ,
ftitoeata, use Dr. J. H. McLean Strengthening W. E. KNOX, Steamers with all points north. w r 'ii ;

I Cordial and Blood Purifier, it will Actual Settlers and Improvers will be .'. : .J-t
.nourish the properties of the blood from IIOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, specially favored. Correspondence in- NOTICE. ...

.hlcli the element of vitality are drawn. vited. Address, All concerned will take notice that, til?r

,1 TITUSVILLE, FLA. months after date, I will present my final .
1LStrt.W Advice..'.Sooxenra to Mothera.STOUT should always Frank H. Allen, Norwich, Conn. account to Honorable Minor s.. Jones;' .
M used when children are cutting teeth. It re- Special Any and attention ail kinds to inside of work finishing.done with the 3mo.&0LA 28-3U County Judge of Erevan county Florida
OBTtstbelittleiuflewratonce itprodnoeanatnral,
; .."bright and pray for an order dismissing me from
s y dsteteepandtheUttlecherabawakes taite. It RUE P. ELY, NEW the further execution on the estate of John
ootLea the chD4,aofteoa the gums,allaya all pain E. Moore, late of said county, deceased.
laNtaDeatheboels,and la tha beat known remedy S. H. RAY Administrator.
f ot diarrhoea whether arcing from teething or Indian River Land
Public the State at Large.
GLberoauea. Tweuty-fiTe cent a bottle. Notary for Titusville, Jan. 6, 1890. 38-6mo, t
Peace 17th Dist. ST. LUCIE HOUSE
Justice of the ANDHote1CompAnp ;}
The farmer's friend has for many years NOTICE.In .

few Dr. J. H.McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof : :: Opposite Indian River Inlet, Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial .

for horses, cattle,kogs and sheep. It over 30 years' experience. !Natural ROCK LEDGE, FLA. Circuit of the State of Florida, Dade

list proved its worth in thousands of cases. finish a specialty. We are opening in our fine Hotel a Land ST. LUCIE, .FLORIDA,. County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery. f .

When the stomach lacks vigor and regu- Melbourne, Florida. 6 Office. We think that many of the thous Albert M. Field } .) .' 1

writ/ there will be flatulency, heartburn, ands of strangers that stop with us will be vs. V Divorce

nausea, sickness, headache, nervousness. NAU1V AN'S liable to buy property if it is presented to Leahretta C. Field J d#.
use Dr. J. H.McLeans Strengthening Cordial them ; and our facilities are such that we Unrivalled Hunting, Fishing -- Upon the bill in said suit being filed .

and Blood Purifier to give tone and NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY think we can be of great service both tc Boating Etc. due proof made, as appears by the affidavit .''
regularity to the stomach. AGEXCY. sellers and buyers.Correspondence. of complainant to the same, showingthat ',
THE PIONEER solicited. First-Class Accommodations. Opened the said defendant resides outgo: said.r.t
Bt For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN State it is hereby ordered that a hearing'
B. B, (Botanic Blood Balm] ,
34 J. M. LEE & BRO.HOW'S from January 1st to May 31st. be had on the facts charged in said bllj. on

If you try this remedy you will say, Titusvillo P. O., Brevard county, Fla. JAMES PAINE Proprietor. the first Monday in April, A. D. 1890, and
M many others have said, that it is then that said Leahretta C. Field do appear before
blood and tonic. Write YOUR FENCE ?
purifier said court on or before said first Mon
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., for bookoonvtct.tng A. FROSCHER, I HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIANa day in April 1890, and plead or answerto to i
of e:4 We have the CHEAPEST and Best
FLORIDA RIVER BAKERYWe said bill and defend against the same
.A. Davis, Atlanta Ga. (West End), TTTUSYILIE, B= WOVEN WIRE the facts charged therein and to do further
of metallic and wooden >c3 Wire RopeSelvago.'MX2TOHX3HIQHAT60CXXTS will Keep on Hand Every Day
Writes j "I consider that B. B. B. has Keeps a full supply and receive what said court shall consider..

end permanently"cured me of rheumatism. Coffins Cases and Caskets. Si FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES in said cause. .;.
< Done at Chambers at Tavares this 9th.,
nJl. R, Saulter, Athens, Ga., says: "B. Funerals attended if desired. All order I Q : ETC. ALSO day of December A. D.1889. '
B. cured me of an ulcer that had restated .
and reasonable rates. JOHN D. BRooKE,
fD J
aU other treatment. promptly Embalming done. : Bottlers of Sodawater GingerAle Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida in;,
l E 0. Tlnsley, Columbia Ala.vrltes: and for the Seventh Judicial Cirgwt. .
% mother and sister had ulcerated ALBERT F. QUIMBY r
*$ throat" and scrofula. B. B. B. cured O. JHardware-(. :EImOT: OR, and other Drinks. 35 Clerk, Juno, Fla. *' < ...

Jacob P.. Bponcler, Newman, Ga., and ; FZ&&OIXLawn. -f'' I ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PR03IPT NOTICE. 4 .*
bites: i'B. B, B. entirely cured me ofrhewnaUsm Garden Poultry and Stock Fencing, al i {
in my shoulder. I used six tlsea and W1dtbL Gate.t.omat.cbPr1cealow."BoLJ; A. BELCHER &; COMPANY, TREASURY Dp'TSTATEOF FLORIDA,) ,.
bottles." ProduceMERCHANT. dealers. Freight Paid. Send for circulars COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE V
General HI luarixis WOW WIKK run co.,CHICAGO, ILL PROPRIETORS ,
Chas Reinhardt, No. 2026 Fountain ,a.-AU-tl LAWN Md CEMETEUY 1'DCe: TALLAHASSEE, January 1, 1890; }*

street, Baltimore, )Id., writes: "I suffered TITUSVILLE, FLA. I, William D. Barnes, Comptroller of. .
with bleeding piles two years find FOR SALE 40 the State of Florida, do certify thtt a .4

'gad to say that oreM bottle of BJ B. Melbourne. Florid a banking association under the name of the t
B, cured Indian River State flank located at TituJt-
IDe I I ,
J.Ji Hardy,Tocoa, Ga. writes: B. B. & Co. THE ELEGANT A. L. Hatch & Son, yule Brevard county, State of Florida,'
B, i* tit quick cure for catarrh. Three"YIIUe& A. M. i i RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF DEALERS IN and organized under Chapter 3864 Laws 4
u. cured me I hud been troubled of Florida, has this day filed in this office-
several years. TITUSVILLE L. E. BARNES, DRY GOODS NOTIONS proper articles of association and organixa-

A. Hpink, Atlanta, GaM says: "One. Wholesale Dealers in tion certificate, and has complied fully
: bottle of B.B. B. completely cured my ROCK LEDGE, FLA., with the provisions of said act required to

!: """Id A.of eczema." Ala.,writes Indian River Oysters Containing Seven and One-Third Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, complied with before commencing the ?
'n.W' Pepperof Fredonla, ; business of banking, and that said association
J Acres of Land fronting on Indian River. Stationery, Family Medicines '
% B. cured my mother of ulceratedWrethroat.n is hereby authorized to commence a ,
I g Large, Roomy RESIDENCE elegantly Garden SeeJj,
banking business under the name of'the
I f' FISH Finished. Also a <:"? .
Indian River State Bank, and at the place
I',: In the decline of lifo infirmitielWt us .. and Outbuildings. One of CHOICE GROCERIES, above designated.Given .
to which our youth and maturity were "Green Turtle and Game the most desirable places in Rock Ledge under my hand and seal of office'

fttagewi our Edne,. and liver are sub- hammock : Bay Cant, apes Fertilizers. this the first day of January A. D. 1890.

J Uo deranjjement, but> nothing equals Dr.. AU order will receive prompt and careful atentio tFor priest terms, etc., apply to W. D. BARNES,
i IL MCLean's Liver and Kidney Balm, .whether by telegraph' Albert A. Taylor Cocoa, Fla. CITY POHVT, FLORIDA. 3S-60days. Comptroller. !
t **regulator of these organs. letter or penon. 1 Lt ,


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THE FLORIDA STAR. letter from the Comptroller in regard to Cocoa. Melbourne. Our Washington Letter.Froa .

this matter the books will be kept open Mr. J. Bonnie, of Chicago, ill., visited 'Mrs.'Ely'is once more able to be out of : oar Eefmlar Oorrwpccdecl.

PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAY.mis until the first of March. Should it be Cocoa last week. doors. WASHISGTXW, D. c.. Jan. 24, '9QL

B Editor and Pager necessary, however, we think it would be Mr. O. K. Wood made a brief. visit to Mr. Peter Gardner, of Jacksonville, Speaker :Reed is showing every dar

I the duty of the County Commissioners, Jacksonville last week. was in town Sunday. bow unfit be is to occupy his present
$1.50 p-Annum. j jat ji who have the sovereign right, to extend I to-
rition and
i Choir practice at the Episcopal Church Capt C.J.Hector went to Titnsville Republican member of
.Fastcnd tAe POll Office at Tduxnllea* : the time, if it becomes necessary, for one Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.Mr. on Saturday's steamer. the House are daily whipped into ss>
E Matter. month or two months, so as to give time porting him in his
Second-Clou I in his birds parliamentary dec
for the proper collection of taxes. Fred Laphain caught gill- The robins are here. Sensible

THE STAB is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor To advertise the coming month, as the net a day or two ago saw-fish three feet fleeing from the snow-bound Northwest.At ions.The

Brevard county. law directs, would make a very large tax long.Mr. the Melbourne Hotel, on Mr. C. J. House committee on rules net

The Star has the Largest circulation :. sale, and this the STAB would not objectto A. P. Ball returned Saturdayfrom Hector's place can be seen date palms )'etenhyand the Republican members

.or any paper on the East coast of Fla.A but the taxpayers would,and it would a flying trip to St. Augustine and and a mango tree in bloom. of the committee, against the protest of

8Qu.t.mtlsonelnch1n space; 24 squares rather be taking advantage of them Jacksonville.Mr. The arrivals at the Carleton last week ex-Speaker Carlisle,decided upon a schedule
:mate column.loruhertising. of rules, to be reported. Mr Carlisle
when, heretofore, property has not been and Mrs.M. E. :Moore of Titus- numbered fifty-two, and on Sunday "
rates enquire of the Editor will make a strong minority
always enclosing two cent stamp. published until March or April,and theyare yille, visited relatives and friends at Cocoa twenty-five sat down to dinner. report tad
will the
fight adoption of the rules by
expecting the same leniency this last week.
Mr. and Mrs Thomas leave for Titns
the House in
every way potoitie bat
United Court atJackson- of
Is the States year. Miss Julia Roberts left Monday to ville on Monday. :Mr. and Mrs. Argue course if the speaker persist in decide

wipe Monday the case: against WILLIAM with POLL TASBP.LBER YDEFEA TED I I spend a week or ten days with Mrs J. A. will occupy their residence for a time. everything according to his own met
JACEBOS,of Volnaa county,charged
.a violation of the election law was nolpmssed The Republican party has been defeated Johnson at Melbourne. We hear that in the country and on will the Democrats stand little sons of

by the district attorney, butJ.1CX80i"as in its late effort in the State of Delawareto Mrs Wilson and her little daughter the prairies back of us ducks are very defeating then unless some of the coo-

: placed under bond to await get judicial sanction for the wholesale Ruth, of Courtney, were pleasant"visitors plentiful, as well as snipe, quail and servative Republicans shall display COST-

-the- finding of a new indictment. bribery of voters. Delaware, like I j at the Peck House last week. plume birds. age enough to vote against their party.

II. Rhode Island requires a poll tax of its I The Lela V., owned by Mr. J. M. Lee, We are ranch pleased to hear that Mrs. Many of them are known to be opposed

, The editor of the Daytona Journal is voters and a considerable part of the Republican is daily seen carrying gay parties on A. L Phillips is much better, and is ina to the proposed rules, but whether they

Tery much mistaken in calling his paper party in'the Diamond State con- pleasure trips up and down the river. fair way to recover her health. Thanksto have nerve enough to vote as they tilt

sists of who do not care about the treatment of Dr. Hendry. is a question.The .
the "Pioneer paper of the.East Coast negroes The He31r.. Xettleton'; president of

The Journal first was published in 1SS3. the suffrage to pay their poll taxes. The the Florida State Sunday School Association Invitations are out for an entertainment House has pasted the Oklaho&a

THE FLOBIDA STAR was established in State central committee has, therefore delivered an interesting address at at the residence of Mrs. M. E. town site bill, after nearly week spy

1877, six :years before the Journal started. paid their taxes in bulk and then voted' the Sunday School of the new M. E. Campbell on Wednesday evening. The in debating it in committee of the vbole.

When the little STAB first twinkled its colored clients in droves and thus 'I' Church Sunday morning.The company is select, and the entertain- Senator Ingalls delivered a characteristic

-there was only the Sanford Journal that maintained for the party of intelligenceand Rev. Mr. Strauss of Virginia, who ments at Mrs. Campbell's always de harangue in the Senate yesterday

! .-kept it company in all the territory south morality a place among the political I is visiting at Capt. Sharpe's, at City lightful. afternoon alleged to be a reply to Sesa-
of Ocala. forces of the State. I ator Butler's speech i& favor of M
Point in Cocoa and negro
,spent Sunday preached How is this for ? Strawberries
.. .. Recently the collector of taxes in Kent both and January emigration bill. This Senatorial spit-fire
morning evening to large
I Irish cabbage
A FEW weeks or months ago we heard county refused to receive the money of- congregations in the new M. E. Church new radishes potatoes lettuce green peas, does not mellow with are, bat grows more

-great talk about the operations which fered by the Republican committee, and 1 South. onions snap wicked with less temptation. The nat

It .were to commence immediately upon to compel him to receive it the Republicans beans, tomatoes, egg plant, turnips, okra of it is that he cannot be kit to stew ia
:Mr*. M. J. Pipher of Berlin Wis., is and celery, all fresh from the gardens
the !East Coast CanaL What hare be- hunted up a tax payer in the coun- his own juice, because he M BOth;bat
autographed at the Peck House and in- around this .
*comeof* all these promises Have the ty who was willing to serve the cause of place.The skin and bones and veins Sited with Ditnr
tends spending a month or two on Indian
xpected3contraetors+ backed out of Undertaking corrupt: politics and induced him to institute invigorating ocean breeze inspiresthe muriatic acid.
River. Mrs Pipher has many friends in
the work, or what is the mat- mandamus proceedings to com- this section who will welcome her with athletes of Melbourne to renewed ac The indications are that the spy

ter? After talking a great deal about pel the tax collector to receive the money delight. tivity. We noticed some of the boys House committee OB the W.fW* Fair

the matter, and succeeding in having the I offered him and issue tax receipts there- were out with the gloves Saturday evening will soon find itself ia a& iatenoiaaljle

state extend the limit of the contract to I I for. Then they provided him with Senator A coquina sidewalk has been laid across Several young men are quite profi- dead-lock. The Senate ooaaiUee does

1892, the projectors seem to have very I Higgins and other eminent counsel, Delanoy avenue from the main sidewalkover cient in their use. not appear to be getting along a cfa fit-
and Senator entered the to the Indian River Drug Co'sstore
little more to say. We see nothing in I Gray case on ter. Everybody professes! to want to
r I Mr. C. F.Ritchelder,with his wife and seethe
Drs. and Daniel
the Democratic side and the case was I by Hujrhlett ,
State about the Mobilecontractors
4 our newspapers I matter settled at bet tfct
son, of "Worcester Mass, and Mr. A. B. one pro-
I which adds greatly to the comfort of
and argued before the Supreme Court of the pedestrians -
commencing operations '
who visit the south end of town. Griffin and wife, Ravena, Ohio, are poet for an early settlement knot good
last month.
It like all the it county
!seems previous efforts guests at the Carleton. 3Ir. Batchelder, As was expected the House committee
end in talk. The three judges of the Supreme Mr. Frank
rill simply Harrison, Mr. Heini-ch,
we hope, can be induced to settle here, on elections has by a strictly party vote,
II. Court of Kent county unanimously refused Mr. Simrock and son, after spending t\\0
as he seems: delighted with our climate. reported in favor of unseating Jackwa,
Is an editorial commenting upon the the mandamus They denied the weeks hunting and fishing on Indian and
the Democratic member
' et recent selection of a partisan jury for the power of the court to compel the tax Banana Rivers, left for their homes last I Messrs. George Anderson, Lester B. sitting :
West and the
United States Court of Florida, the New collector to honor the powers of attorneypresented week much to the regret of their relatives Alexander and L B. V. Ten Eyck of Virginia, giving seat to
to him for the of New Jersey, arrived last Friday and are Smith, the contesting: Republican na
York World says: "This conspiracy is in payment and many friends, who enjoyed
is the first of the contested
keeping: with the Indiana crime. There taxes, and in still stronger terms denied most heartily the visit of those four "jolly pleasantly located at the Carleton. All seyeateen
election and it would be aft
a United States judge, marshal and district the right of the collector as insisted by fellows." are enthusiastic sportsmen. Messrs. Anderson cases, not at

attorney are protecting the criminal the Republicans to issue to the holders ofpowers and Alexander spent last surprising if the Republicans of the o&s-!
Miss M. E. Babbitt of Philadelphia, is ,
mittte ia favor of
DUDLEY from his off lican T the
contestant >
!II gnH
United .States judge district ; of 1,) or 2,000. The reason; why this except |
attorney spend some weeks on Indian River. Fee & Nesbitt have finished another contestant from the Fourth Virginia

and marshal are packing grand juries was desired was perfectly well under- She has spent much of her time in traveling fine well for Mr. Chas Magruder on his negro district (Mabdae' base). It k ..-
with their partisans to secure the indictment -I stood by the court as wen as by the politicians -
abroad as well as in America, and upper place on Merritt's Island, and derstood that Maho&e has secured pot-
of Democrats who are charged with and the practice of getting the
her favorable criticism of our Indian moved Saturday to his lower place to ises beat .
enough Lang.Governor
offenses against the election laws. Judge votes of the negroes by paying their poll,
River country is for that reason doubly put another down there Addison Fee"sweH
taxes for them old scandal in the Campbell being c&afele to
,SWAY5E the Florida culprit, has not was an
appreciated.The is a big one,too. We suppose Mr.
been confirmed. Does: Mr. EDJIUXD'S State. as it is in Rhode Island. The court come to Washington this week tfe*
Hugo Tengzelius will be the next happyman.
Ladies' Sewing Society met at the
Jmef.for DUDLEY and other Republican refused to give any countenance to such House committee investigstiactbe Ohio
home of Mrs. C. W. Harrison last Thursday
: rascals include SWATNE: Will he have things and animadverted upon the corrupt -! ballot-box forgeries has postponed the
afternoon and quite a number of Strange faces are more numerous on further of witnesses unt8 February
l to vote for his confirma- use of money in politics in the hearing
','t abardihood most forcible manner.It useful as well as ornamental articles our streets, stopping sometimes for a dayor 3d. The witnesses so far lard

,''''11.; :''' is this same class of negroes, says were made and some of them sold during two. A number are here for the win made havoc of what little reputation ex-

'THE' Trade Edition of the Tims-Union the Sational Democrat, who in Delaware the meeting. The next meeting will be ter. Several parties have been all over Governor Foraker had.

for 1S9Q, just issued, we have received. do not care enough about voting to pay' held February 6th, at 3 p. m. at Mrs C.W. the State, and along the river to Lake The civil service mmm;asionen having

The reading matter is of the most comprehensive a dollar or two a year, who in the south Harrison's bou:.e Worth repeatedly, and decide that all stated to the House committee on refe ain

f character, including historical very generally fail to vote, and so reduce Mr. Edgar M. Beale and Mr. S. E. things considered, Melbourne is the best the civil service that they desired IA

: descriptive, and statistical articlesof the percentage of the total vote below Phillips of Marion, 0., arrived on Indian place for them. investigation, that committee: jriS sak

each section of the State and of the what it is in the west, though little if River last Thursday and are visiting at The Georgiana was detained; by a heavy a favorable report on the reso ratio ordering 1
State taken It is the any below what it is in New England.We the home of Mr. T. P. Wallace at In-
as a whole. largest head wind on her trip from Jupiter last an investigation.ExSpeaker

publication of the kind that has ever have reprinted from the New York dianola. They expect to.spend about Friday, and, having a heavy freight to Randall hi jalsed &e r

been sent out in this country as far as Press, a Republican paper, a statement two months on Indian River huntingand load: was about twelve hours behind Presbyterian Church His MaWs *&

can be learned and indeed the publi showing that the ratio of voters cast to fishing, and we dare say flirting too, time in but
; I leaving, was back again on keeps him confined to his resideBce, Vet I
<'SUonould be a credit to any of our the total population is about as good in judging from their appearance.Mr. time Sunday morning. We believe if he continues hopeful and expect if his
the Gulf States as it is in New England.It A. P. Ball and wife of II
largest Every industry of the Captain Mercier had attempted to bring not able to go to the Hesse, to lead a.
State is fully' described, from the growing certainly does not lie in the mouths of City who are spending the winter on Indian the St. Sebastian down she would have written protest against the a&piieae? -I

of the orange to the discovery of the Mr. Lodge and the New England Repub-- River, are so much more pleased been here long ago the schedule of rules prepared by Spe&ke
lately-found phosphate beds. In a word, licans to charge that the small vote in with the tropical beauty of this section Reed. \

it is a vast amount of information for the south is due to violence, for if they than any other portion of Florida previously Any quantity of fish can be seen Commissioner I
Pensions JUoa
of p1'etit
only'ten cents, and the demand is goingto did they would be asked what made the visited by them that they have around the landings any day, and since out fiat footed that all the clerk ia Ia II

be great for it. The T -Union is to vote in Xew England so light. But if decided to make Cocoa their headquarters shooting is prohibited in the town birds that office who had their pensions TO I

be highly complimented upon the work. the Republicans of the west where S5 to but will take trips to different pointsof haTe become very tame. Nearly every Ir
rated will be bounced. A Wet of:
both for the interesting reading and 90 per cent of the whole vote is cast, interest from here. Mr. Ball came to day we hear the cry of loons near by, Taa- I
should ak the in while heron and ducks, coots and purple who was a Special pr&tegsof
typographical appearance. why :percentage the Florida to regain his health and his many walk tie r-
net's has
already been made\
: GallinluU to have lost
seem all fear of
south is small be
so they"may pointed friends north would be pleased to see

MANY of the Collectors of Revenue indifferent to Delaware where they can see that the how greatly improved his health is since man. Last year you could hardly get plank. ask: rI
Mr. andlrs.. Harrison a
within mile of give
counties of our State have received colored people, who make up so large his arrival here. When he returns to a a feather dinner to the diplomatic TeesdJ I

letters from the Comptroller advising a part of the population of the south, do his northern home he will have many Messrs. Anderson, Ten Eyck and Alexander evening They have made carps aa i nova

them that the financial status of not care enough about the right to vote pleasant recollections of Cocoa to carry have been trying the quail, etc., a tion in White House eatertsJeee&ii tf \

the treasury calls for the prompt collection to pay one day's wages a year for it. with him, as well as a good supply of fine little way up the river and bagged some having the dinner furnished bj ma set

of taxes as provided by the law.The spirits and robust health Mrs. Ball, by eighty odd. On Saturday they were out side caterer. I

law requires that all real estate tax- Drowning of C. X. 3Iorrl her sweet manners and spritely conversation for an hour here and brought in a fine

es remaining unpaid by the first of Special Oorrtrpondtnct Timet- L'nion has won many friends. She is the string of snipe and quail. On Monday Ancient history sometimes r&flI..*

February each year, the collector shall NEW SUYRXA,FLA.,January 21-This recipient of fruit and fla..ersalmost daily they start for a duck hunt up the Banana in Congress. For instiTtty,ScBtSoal**

advertise and sell such real estate for afternoon,as Mr. Chas.N. Morris,of Cin- from her admirers of both sexes. Last River on Mr. Alexander's sloop, Osprey, and Chandler had a dispsie beat the
cinnati 0. down week one of the gallant captains of thesteamboat famous Florida returning bond of 15M
such amount. was coming the Halifax with M. G. Ellis as pilot and skipper.
River in his little canoe he attempted line presented her with a very this week Mr; Chandler, UwSJ 'hO! tt ,
Heretofore it has been customary for to cross the inlet with a Tenstrong ebb fine specimen of a pineapple "Competition is the life of trade" is an membered "-nts ODe of the mtiaf-Se- r
the County Commissioners to extend the tide. The tide took him out to sea, where old maxim; it makes things lively here.
time for final payment of taxes in Bre the boat was capsized. Some parties on Fort Pierce School. Mr. Lockwood his and men on that interesting oc. ),

vard county and in many other counties shore saw the little boat ride two or three Report for the month ending January Hector follows suit posts prices Mr. Secretary Tracy baa ordered. a swl .

r.also until the first Monday in March orApril breakers all right but soon lost sight of 25th 1S90 placarding store court of inquiry to in vetl;ii &a ctwfcs
him. As soon as they ld they wentto Knmber of pupils enrolled, 27; average front with his prices. Goods can now be of tegetfc"
ouncou naval oi&cen banding
to allow property owners a chanceto his assistance and the little here :
canoe daily attendance, Qt 13-19; average bought cheaper than [at Titurrille
realize from their fruit and other about two miles out to sea. Mr. daily absence, 26-19; number of pupilsnot prices as advertised Mr. Lockwood, ire for lobbying purposes as wed Ia a recent
their lands Morris was a very wealthy gentleman, absent 19 number Senate resolution.EzSecretary .
..produce save being adver a day ; of pupils heuis, to have the Morrison & Hitch- ..
,tised. This year a very small portion of having run a large printing establishmentin not tardy a day, 15; name of pupils neither VOas and uaioaer 'Oav--L.
Cincinnati for but ings building also, and will that
many lately absent Jessie open
years tardy
or Hendry, ia Was -
of Pension Black
-the tax roll for Brevard has been collected
had given it up and invested! largely in Anna Hendry Wright Carlton, Charley side with a heavy stock of dry goods etc.
up to this lime acid it is usuallythe lands in Florida. Traveling in ms little Carlton Perry Carlton Madgie Bell, His brother will be here shortly from the ing10n this week.

case that the largest proportion of canoe seemed, to be a peculiar fancy of Mary Bevffl,Helen Bevill,Matilda Metts." North to business l
gointo with him
the taxes are paid in during the months'his.. Some" years ago he voyaged up and Fannie Metts Fred Metts;Dan McCarty, and l'f"'al f4 r..,....
!down the east and westaoast in this same Charlie: Arthur also his brother-in-law assistant. We AMCttM tXKlUdfcccacuacr 1II1Ih .1 .
McCarty, Jennings Myrtle .
of and March. Hence Tax ......,....
February as frail craft. He was very: well known on :Jennings a. are told Mr. Lockwood will invest in __.-'I.irtiBrew&a be.
Collector Hall has received, thus far, no* this cOv: and was equaflf well liked. cr Miss C.McClKTY.:Teacher. property at this point. .is rau2sadestltoer4a'a'm19'Ft Iron eIsmt '


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piers York Market Review. NOTICE.To EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. :' ,. -,

Reported by G. S. Palmer Commission ths Citizens of Brevard County:

Merchant Fruits and Produce, Having been appointed by the commissioners STXLXNrGT.A.: .-Y-LOR.; ,- ,

166 Reade Street, N. Y. of said county to represent her at
J.; January 25th, 1890. the Sub-Tropical Exposition at Jackson- Cocoa, Indian River, .' Fiol'i'n.' i
Ic ville, which opens on January Srth, 1890, .? > ;
of for the week clos- '"-' "'" 11.
Receipts oranges and knowing the resources of the county as '., i',,
ing to-day aggregated 53,450 boxes. Last I do, I have no hesitancy in saying that I DEALERS IN

week's receipts were 22,745. This large fully believe, with a hearty co-operation of
the people, we will not only make the bestexhibit
increase in receipts has resulted in a less but will capture the capital prizeof

active market, but there is no large accumulation 81,000. It will be impossible for me to Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware '
of stock however, and as a visit each and every producer; I therefore I
earnestly request who has .oj ,
large portion of the receipts are being worthy of exhibition everyone to write anything me. ,,

nil at private sale we hope to be able to What we want is a full exhibit of the pro- .

sustain, the good prices that have prevailed ducts of the county. \Ve do not ask as a AND AGATE-WARE. ..

at late. Fancy selected brights donation 1o we will pay a fair price for all Paints Oils Glass and Putty, s
articles. the ladies do we especially ,
held at$3.25 to $3.50; brights in straight peal for some of their domestic work.R. oo TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY*! '

lines, $2.75 to $3.00; russets, $2.50 to P. PADDISON, ;v
Plumbers' and Mill XsUPPlies
287. Tangeftnes in lighter supply, and Commissioner. BARBED WIRE :

selling from $3 to $6; :Mandarins, $2.50to ; ;;. .,.
Co-Partnership Notice. ,
$-I. I would advise holding back fur. :'
ther shipments for a few days and give We have this day entered into co-part- WIRE NETTING, T:

chance to react and following nership under the firm-name of Wetmpre Doors Sash Blinds
the market a by
& Gladwin for the purpose of erectingan
this plan of moderate shipmentsthe ice factory and operating the same in and WIRE/ CLOTH *

balance of the crop can be moved out the town of Titusville, Fla. "p

at very firm prices. The drouth now T. T. WETMORE, BRICK LIME CEMENT G-Ll.n.: .. .
37 S. N. GLADWIN'. ,
in Florida is seriously
prevailing resulting Titusville, Jan. 2nd, 1890. v .

in the early vegetable crop, and muchof SHINGLES and LATH. AMMUNITION,

the stock is below prime. Snap beans The New Discovery.You FISHING TACKLE.

continue scarce, and fancy held at $5, have heard your friends and neighbors :

inferiors; cucumbers, $2 to 4 per crate; talking about it. You may yourselfbe Ship Ohan.d1ery: CSrOoclSjAgents t : .
one of the who know from .
tomatoes, $1.50-to; 3.50; Key West 75 many J personal
cents beets, $1.50 to 1.75; squash, $1 to experience just how pod a thing it is. If for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanoogapany's Coin)
; you have ever tried it you are one of its i plows and cane mills Planet Jr. farm tools. / j '
125. Green peas, generally in bad order, staunch friends, because the wonderful .. ,:

selling from 50 cents to $3; egg-plants thing about it is, that when once given a. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets. .. .h, ,
trial Dr. New after
King's Discovery ever
scarce, selling at $3 to 6, and] fancy cauliflower
holds a place in the house. If have
$4 to 6 per bbl.; cabbage, $1.50 to never used it and should be afflicted with a SPECIALITY. .c .

2; old onions very scarce and new Flor- cough,or any Throat, Lung or chest trouble Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence Solicited ancl
ida in demand. Strawberries in liberal secure a bottle at once and give it a fair estimates furnished promptly. ---
trial. It is guaranteed every time,or money $
supply and demand very light owing to refunded. Trial bottles free at Dixon & '

colder weather, selling from 20 to 50 cents Gray's drugstore. 24.Another STILINGTAYLOR.. .:t
per quart. .
; Man hung Land and Groves fur Sale. ORANGE TREES FOR SALE. I i ....i ;
the prominent arrivals at the his the with :
Among "stocking by chimney
Having places on and near the budded from thechoicest
New Everett Jacksonville is the lion. care" and was almost tickled to death to Indian River, I will sell any two of themin 10,000 varieties Orange Trees three and four I want to pet; into. a strictly .
find that his good wife had anticipated his I .
order to better improve the other. #
Villiers Stuart member of parliamentfrom
near at hand wants and filled the stocking old, for sale at the Richmond Grove,
Waterford Ireland. Mr. They are as follows: 12J acres on Merritt's Palmhurst, Enterpriso, Volusia Co, ;
with Standard Seeds, and put by
Island of mile south of
quarter a CASH
Stu has large orange interests in Florida D. M. Ferry &Co., Detroit, Michigan,who, Merritt postoffice $600 10 acres, two Florida. For prices and particulars apply SYSTEM:
J. LEONARD Enterprise
free of ,
will mail
situated and Sumter on application, you a copy
in Polk counties miles northwest of Titusville. with 500
their Seed Annual for Ib90. This is the. Florida.
; also'an extensive sheep farm in the most useful of all seed catalogues, not only six.ycar-old orange trees, in good condition .
former county and a beautiful winter for experienced gardeners, but for the nov- occupying almost half of the OF BUYING & SELLING '
ice well. Send name and addressfor ground, $2,500; 10 acres, quarter of a INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. .
home. He brought with him a fine specimen your mile north of with
a copy to D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit, LaGrange postoffice, .:*
of fruit grown in Florida and 500 twelve-year-old orange trees in fine
Michigan. half' Tllusvillc, Florida. Believing I can thus all CUtotnf
shipped to his country seat in Ireland condition, occupying about of the serve

having,traveled a distance of four thou Tax Itotice. 10 acres with a good crop of fruit. This Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. ers. While I will not refuse to credit
last is the north half of the Kentuckygrove.
sand miles, and is now on exhibition at t I will be at the different precincts in Address, Jerome Twichell, La- Authorized Capital, $100,000, those who have favored me wituunfir'

the Sub-Tropical thus showing the superior the county on the days mentioned belowto Grange, Fla. Paid-up Capital, $25,000. trade I cannot charge goods at t7e.
quality of our Florida oranges. receive tax returns. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN made for cash before ,f. a
Haulover.........Monday, Jan. 27th Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy positive cure for Catarrh SACTED. delivery.
.. 28th Diptheria, and Canker Mouth. Sold by Dick .
Stanley's New Book. LaGrange ..... Tuesday, son & Grey TitusTille, Fla. S
29th JAMES PRITCHARD, President,
Titus\'ille.\V dnesday,
5,000 good, active agents wanted at W. B. BARNETT Vice-President For Cash
this City Point..Thursday, 30th The Rev. &eo. H. Thayer,of Bourbon, Ind., says: Before Delivery;;;',
once, either sex, to introduce great T. ft. Sanders-Friday, 31st. "Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh'a \VM. M. BROWN, Cashier.
work. Here is a chance for you. Any- Consumption Cure." bold by Dickson & Grey li-
Feb. 1st.
Rockledge..Saturday, Directors James Pritchard W. B. Bar-
world tusville, Fla. : ,
one can sell.the book as the will whole contain Canaveral.........Monday, 3rd .. nett, J. H. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and Flour, per bbJ..............$ .OO to$5 75*
Is book a
interested. The Georgiana.........Tuesday, 4th How's Your Wife I AV. M. Brown. Coal oil, per gallon................... 20. ;>
full explorations y
account of all'.of Stanle/s Eau Gallie.'Vednesday. '* 5th 12J Ibs./granulated ..........
1 00
of his Does she feel poorly all the time, suffer from lack sugar. ,
in Africa, and especially Relief of Emin Melbourne........Thursday, 6th of energy and a general'no-acoount'Ustlells enervation Every favor consistent with Conservative 14 Ibs. C sugar........................... 1 00"!_ .
latest expedition for the l\lalabar.Saturday, 8th ? She:: needs a tonic Something is wrong I 15 Ibs. choice rice....................... 1=(00 f ,
Bey. About 600 pages and 100 entirelynew Sebastian..........Monday, 10th with my dear her blood.sir. One Bun physician's for the doctor fee will provide Not at her all, BanHni extended 14 Ibs. best rice.-.....................? l?OO) :
illustrations, maps, etc.instructions Complete Narrows..........-Tuesday, 11th with sure and pleasant relief for all time. Get her Correspondents : Seaboard Nat'l Bank,of 14 Ibs.XXX soda crackers'...,..w 1,00
canvassing outfit, with all 40 Do, St. Lucie..Thursd3S', .", 13th a bottle of, P. P. P. (prickly best Woman'ash poke-root and and potAssium :New York; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville/ 50 lbs. corn meal or crits..t........ 1 00
will be mailed on receipt order of outfit cents.and Eden.............Saturday 15th I tonic extant) the wry It reaches the source'of Regulator trouble 24 Ibs, best patent flour............. 1:tKv'
not delay in writing; Fort Drum..Thursday, 20th I quietly and quickly, and before you know it your 25 Ibs. fancy flour......... ......:..... 100**.-
get territory at once. The only genuinenew wife will be another woman and will bless the -, .
Otter Creek..Saturday, D. S. meat, lard and picnic hams.. 't(d B
book out. Address, Peerless kind fate that brouget P. P. P. to her notice and -
,St. W. R. SANDERS, rclirf. Our beet physicians endorse and recommend Pianos Organs Boneless ham and breakfast bacon '131.
Publishing Co., SOS to 812 Olive St. I' 39 Assessor for Brevard Co. it, and no well conducted household, where Dried beef.......................M....:. ..15-
Louis, Mo. .. pure ciated blood, should and be its without concomitant it. For happiness sale by is all appre-repu- Rye flour and Graham flour........ ,D4J:

Many PersonsAre table medicine dealers everywhere. 3y I Buckwheat flour........................ ." JJI1:
Florida In 1890.A broken down from overwork or household i Steel cut oat-meal..................... ss,05;t;'"
fine Sectional Wall Map: is just ready cares Brown's Iron Bitters Have You Corns on Your Feet f If you want to purchase a Navy.beans (good)..................... ;;(05t-. '

published by the noted map makers,Rand, rebuilds the system,aids malaria.digestion Get the removes genuine.excess Then be happy, for a relief from your misery write to the Best Navy beans...........-......... Ml'-
McNtlly & Co., 148-154 Monroe street, of bile and cures at band. Abbott's East India Corn Paint is the Piano or Organ, undersigned Lima beans............................... liST

Chicago. Now comes the great opportunityfor Orange Lands For Sale cure 39 or give him a call. Peas, per quart...........:... .....10 to 121"
salesmen, and the first men in the field A Nasal Injector free with 1 each bottle of Shiloh' Can sell of the in- Lady peas, per quart.................. 20;.
will find eager buyers. The map is 36x43 Three desirable tracts of high ham Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold by Dickson you any Florida syrup, per gallon............ 60
inches scale, 10 miles to inch, and plainly mock land located on east side of East & Grey TitusTille.FU. struments of the best and lead- Can corn per dozen........51.35 to 2 15
shorn Counties. Townships, Sections, all Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains ind prices Can apples (3 lb.), per dOI_........ 1 35, /
Pestoffices, Railroads completed, Lakes, 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of halfa Price"Hackmetack 25 and 60,cents.a lasting Sold by fragrent Dickson perfume.& Grey ing makers at that defy Can tomatoes (2 lb.),.....;............ TOO '"
Rivers, 1,446 miles of Coast Line, Ever-Bays, mile on the river about eighteen acres Titusville, Fla. competition. Can tomatoes (3 lb.)................... 1 35 .
and the
Iladea.Harbors, the Florida Keys 41. cleared, bearing grove and nursery of LADIES Can Okra and tomatoes ((31b.)_..* 2 00
large trees. Tract .No. 2 contains 51 74- Needing a tonic,or children that want bonding Champion or Rose milk, per doz .1 35
-... .'. FOR THE BLOOD 100 acres with frontage- of fiveeighthsof -k*-,"". .BROWK'S up,should IRON takeR BITTERS. Pianos and Dips sold on the Installment Butterine (cooking butter), 20 and r 25
etknua: Mlri. ,, Indigestion and mile the river, about six acres Malaria, Butter best ....
!: a on It Is pleasant to take,cores Indigtfl ( creamery made). 30
BAOirN'S mow BITTERS. cleared, a small grove and many trees in !on.and Biliousness. All dealers keep it. plan when desired Disconnt Chicago baking powder..2 for 45" 'rf: .

It cores onkklr.. For sale bf &11 dealeit.In bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100 Patapsico -......, .w for 45,
Pftlidne. Oetiha genuine. _. acres with a frontage of one-fourth of a to Clnrcte'on Organs 3 pounds of cheese for.........;,.v. 5Q ,
SALE mile on the river which is about four This Space is Reserved
FOR miles in width. These lands are not un All correspondence will receive prompt t
derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience attention.E. .
would plant a grove for his own My: Stock is too LargeTo -

The Bagger Grove use on land so underlaid. Perfectly FORHODGSON B. WAGER, ,..

healthy, free from foe, malaria and frost. Tit usv file, Florida '* .

Herritt's Island, Indian Hirer, beach.Eight minutes walk from house to ocean Quote Ecrytlui.w:

For further particulars inquire of BROS. I Notice of Dissolution.
Adjoining Dr. WUtfeld's on the South. .
Benj. Hall 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, The firm of Oliver& Budge is this day A of Prices
Consists of 400 Orange frees mostly Mass.. or of J. A. Shippie agent Geor dissolved by mutual consent. L. C. Oli.: Corresponding Range _:' ,

In bearing, besides Limes, Guavas and gianna, Fla. ver succeeds to and will solely continue will be given.
Bananas, and about 8 Acres, of uncleared General l Merchants the lumber branch of the business and
JAnet THE F. T. Budge, in like manner, the hard
Beautiful situation,overlooking the Jp- ware branch. Appreciating the favors oi f glren.GEO.B.RDMPH'
tanand Banana River. "Lii'nier" our friends in the past we,bespeak a continuance :
For terms and other particulars address Naphtha Launch of good will to the new firms.L. .

( Eau Gallie Florida. 0. OLIVER;,

Dr. Wittfeld Georglamy, Fla.; Can be Hired for Short Bum or Cruis F. T. ,BUDGE,. .
ing. For terms and particulars address, Late partners' under.the firm name
Or, F. H. GoutD 15 Roseville ave.., .. 4 style of Oliver&Badge. ,

Newark, N. J. W. P. Underwood, Cocoa, Fla. IHDIAH }PER, 'Dated' 0' January 1st, 1890. 37 ,'tHE .


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down because of the dun mark for coal. Master's Sale. Bucklen's Arnica' Salve. Indian '
;; NEWS i IN BRIEF.; About 2,000 men are thrown out of work Under and by virtue of a final decree TIlE BEST SALVE in the world for Cats, Steamboat Co.

C.f..u of Intor. tl >f It**** .. Employee of the :New York Central road, issuing out of the Honorable Circuit Court Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Ifheura, Fe-
} .riosu lwtalal.o{.. who are members of the Arcade assembly, ftheseventh Judicial Circuitofthe State ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil-

1'1:) fotnolJd ci cone ots money teat to will strike Feb. 2, if a demand for higher of Florida: in and for'Brevard county, blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
the tceistuv,d..arilJkolS& al1K. 1titA foots up wages is not granted dated the twentieth ((20th. ) day of December and positively cures Piles or no pay re Schedules in effect JAN. 27,1890.

>r15aio'o.th4t. 'The Daath BolL A. D. 1889, in a certain cause In quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect

:3i4.Luttd w... :acquitted fit sdioocing Judge Nicholas Longworth, of Cincinnati, chancery therein depending,wherein Julius satisfaction, or money refunded. Price STEAMER ST. LTJCIE, .
HerLiert: ;:urrw.n Rt Pet Tsbwg ti,* day died Saturday morning of pneumonia King is complainant and Minnie E. 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &
alter ho elxctiiiu.Th Rev. David Smith died at Xenia, 0., Sun- smith and William Barton Snuth, her Grey. 1019. Leaves TITUSVILLE Mondays, Wednes

..: ntprjww j-tuit of SoTiti Cwik. has day, aged 106 yearsJudge husband,are defendants, and thirty days days and Fridays for Jupiter.

5 gruSiVv .. itw trW to JbtKor JJ '.'U, the G. W. Easley, state senator from laving passed since the date of said decree -

Gaelic !>'.> t <>;UT l.:' }4 . trno i t.o w'laugat. Bright disease. sell at public sale to the highest Leaves Titusville
daily at... ........6
ctwtary- .* the .... .I YSsJ and best bidder for cash in front of the & n
treasury :
Personal Arrives at Melbourne......._.....12nooa
r1JJ&' 1 the x3rz ol toes ..... s..-2t. The Republican caucus rasominated Senator court-house door in Titusville Brevard
}1tit further Dotlua.U Allison county, Fla., on the third ((3rd) day; of i

T .b:., ryi -;ekphcecoctpcuy lf?'ra' nits Ex-Senator Riddleberger is very ill. February, A. D. 1S90. the same being A Fine Assortment of Returning:

lsi :',io-U >from :.b.e Cty: r.Ivy" ; -_ ---- the first Monday in the month and a legal Leaves Melbourne...................12 lea

loA a r...,,. tow UM hhS tied }>.* I 2c.' .f G RIDDLED WITH BU LLET8. sale day, between the legal hours of DRUGS, Arrives at Titu \"ilIe............._._ G P ia
1Je 0: tlr ta. sale, all that certain lot or piece of land Above daily except Sunday. .
The luJiaaL t"." fir! '. jate *o U> u>>*. A Kentucky Constable Murdered In lied. situate. in the county of Brevard and PATENT MEDICINES,
TL snow blook.. i44 .a .nv wurt uu.: Jortb1Ve't His Wife Badly Wounded. State of Florida, and described as follows STEAMER WHITE

j!'tbmost o'!np!.-*- oa tvu*<"r-t CATLETTSBURO, Ky., Jan. 25R.: M. to-wit: SYRINGES, Leaves Melbourne daily.
Thepr.nltto *w >'.-)t -raint fnna the Long, a Guyandotte county constable, Commencing at a post which is south
.,. parc sreut .Tindet :5t.L.-- Iwn.l*> uaut:,. to was murdered and his wife desperately 62 and 31N west and ninety (90) links STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET JE" Connection is made at Titusville

zcottt r'6luWt1i wounded, Sunday night, by a band of from the northeast corner of southeast ARTICLES with trains of the J., T. & K. '. Sy- t
Th Fuata Paw i Ml K.'r'>; 4 r-ftrij is quarter of northwest quarter of section tern to and from all points North and
ruffians who broke into the house. at
brok\. cutting c J cormui.iiKMttov. .. ::;..'fnr vatb the house the door A hirty-three ((33), township twenty-four Kept constantly on hand.Physicians' Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (8
*Writ ladle and Souta Aiaeric J r v a/ neighbor passing saw (24), south of range thirty-six (3J( ) east,
miles where
connection is
had been broken in with a piece of tim- Prescriptions carefully ) made with; ,,
of K..y variations 1 and 32' thence south
; par-
West.Field ber which used the steamer "Lake'orth" for all bodings
}Ltr: ., of Chicago, hfs -iron tea was as a battering ram. allel with east line of southeast quarterof compounded at all hours. -
. On the bed weltering in their wood on Lake Worth.
Berea u( land, valued at $11:+(0,000, us n. situ tor north east quarter of section thirty f
;lw JJaptist universIty, which J. D. Roctot were was Long riddled and his with wife.bullets The former'sbed' and hi- three (33). township twenty four ((24)), J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, W. WATSON, Superintendent 9
.Ifcr bw endowed with rtOO: ,(OO. south of range thirty six (3G east two G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent. i
life extinct. The latter had
was a ghastly -
Tl, rT1l.rti memorial Momuneu*ut Cleve- wound in the face, from which she ((2)) chains and fifty-three (53) links to a TITUSVILLE, FLA. D. F. JACK, General Manager.Old r6.i t
laaa will be dedicated next Memorial Day, at post; thence west parallel with north t
was rendered unconscious. As the fur .
o'clock p. m. There will bo a military and line of aforesaid southeast quarter of i
niture was not disturbed, and the wife
civic and cereniouirs.Tnw and Reliable. Established 1S49. f
procession imposing northwest quarter of section thirty-three
could give no solution of the mystery ,
't impression that Edward l alKghan, of when she had regained consciousness.friends township! twenty-four) south of range '
Scottdal, Pal, is backed by a *'ellknownPemwylvjuiia of the murdered man believe thirty-six ((36)) east three chains and "

corporation in his persecutionof that a gang of deperadoes against whomhe ninetj-three (93) links to a post; thence B. PR.ESLEY" c 00., f:'
Porrderly has aicnd ground at Scranton. held warrants for "moonshining" north parallel with east line two ((2) I
Calltghan. it rt said, has asserted that he committed the awful deed. Others be- chains and fifty-three ((53)) links to a post ; WHOLESALE
ccnU: end $50,000 on the cae*. I' lieve it is merely a continuation of the thence east parallel with south line three t

A brewer who ires expelled from the Hat ld-McCoy feud as the victim Is ((3) chains and ninety-three (93)) links to .

cago uiion for not paying an assessment Chi-I relates to the former family. The place of beginning containing one acre, FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS
the defence of the Anarchists
wounds of the woman are believed to be more or less. Terms cash.
f 900 damages. fatal Witness my hand at Titusville, Fla., i
Thy new states have all been nicknamed, { his the 27th day of December, A. D. An.d Pom.:am 1 stQlozx.: :ISorohaint: : il if
but the. character of the nomenclature is I IIa more tsujfxestiv than elegant. According I IOU;cT STERLING Ky., Jan. 25.-Tues- ;
\ to supposed authority North Dakota is the day morning ex-Deputy United States

Flick-r Tuif state, South Dakota Swing Cat, I I Marshal. T. La.... of :flay town, took JONES &Special ATKINSON.Master. in! Chancery. Consignments of Florida. Oranges Solicited.ST. .
YTaJiia,tou Chinook, and Montana the morphine, and died at 10.30 a. ni. jie
Stubbed Toe state 'I was in good health, and left a note assigning 37 Solicitors tor Complainant. :'

The new Brazilian flag cam. into Sew I the cause of his suicide to domestic :Master's Sale. I
York harbor Monday for the first time, at troubles. He Wag a brother of '
the masthead of ii bark I Judge B. F. Day, of this city. -He wa: Under and by virtue of a final decree PAUL, INNE80TA. LL

1,elite Bly reached Baa Frar.ciwso Tu e*day a man of courage and made au excellent issuing oHt of the Honorable Circuit

r.t 9:30. She wa taken from stcaaier by tug I officer. He had killed two men, both in Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of We have been the Agents of the Florida Fruit Exchange since its organization I

and at once boarded special train for the self-defense. Florida in and for Brevard county until this season, when they decided to confine their western shipments to Chicagoand l .
dated the twentieth (20) flay of December St. Louis. Ir

east.According to the Washington correspond- II WHITES V& BLACKS. A. D. 1889. in a certain cause in :
p American Review paid Mr. Qiadsto&e and The Two Races Corn Together la a Battle B. Terry is the complainant and A. F. S. west for years, and have the Largest Orange Trade and Longest Experience of
lir. Blaia each $1,200 for the articles that at West Point Ga. Williams and Hepsey F. Williams his any house in the West. r j

appear ia the current number, which is at WEST POINT, GA.. Jan. 22.-A fatal wife are defendants. and thirty (30)) days
the rate of 1120 a paw : collision occurred between whites and having passed since the date of said decree We have the best Auction Room in the country, and will cell Oranges at ,
Auction or Private Sale wish.
as shippers
FDl'ellCUe blacks here Saturday night. Both side 1 will as Special Master in Chancery may

It is rumored that the Emperor of Aus- were inflamed with liquor when the first sell at public sale to the highestami Correspondence solicited. References. Any of the National Commercial Agencies r

tria will soon abdicate his throne. collision occurred early in the evening.In best bidder for cash, in front of the Local Banks, Jobbing Houses or the Florida Fruit Exchange.
.An ulcess has appeared on the exterior orEmin attempting to quiet the disturbance tourt-house door in Titusville. Brevard 3'skuli and Marshall Burdett county. Fla., on the third (3) day of
partial paralysis of Deputy: : received a
tae tongue intervened. serious knife wound in the back. February. A. D. 1890, the same being Reduction.
A number of monkish mauuecript of great This further enraged the whites, who the first Monday in the month and a legal Sweeping
value have been discovered in Brunswick paraded the streets until 3 o'clock in the sale day, between the legal hours of

Thdiie document date back to 1939 and contain morning, when a more serious encounter sale all the following real estate situatein
information hitherto accepted as merely occurred, knives, pistols and shotguns the county of Brevard and State of

traditional or M a matter of ooa jecturetRer'Miv being freely used. When the battle Florida, described as follows to-wit: Having an Over-Stock of the following Goods we haue determined to make a
'SpHTgeon i* crippled with the ended it was found that Nolan, Sherill Commencing at the northwest corner .
sciatica:,*and is unable to leave Meutone. had been shot through the heart and of block A in Coleman's addition to Ti- C1earan.ce: Sale

Dr. Oiaofroff,.now ia London, is a nund- killed; Alexander Davidson had receiveda tusville as shown on the map of said ad
reader of ability superior to any that ha.abarn bullet wound in the leg, and Wesley dition now on record in the clerk's officeof Of them at the Immense Reduction of 25 per cent. to Cash Purchasers 'for the

exhibited before him. He reads mindswiUiwt Freeman was dying from the effects of a Brerard county, Florida; from said next 10 Days.

contact with the person, pistol ball in the groin. The three last point of beginning run east along the W LOUNGES, R
Ttie arbitrator appoh.l to mediate between all colored, the whites escaping with lit- south side of Coleman avenue one hundred I A

the Charleroi mine owners and their tle injury. and ninety-eight (198) feet to the L COUCHES T
btnking employe, held a conference Mondayzviththe 'l'hrePersons DaniAd west side of Hopkins street; thence run L T
mine owners. He will confer with south along the west side of Hopkins .
Jan. 2.-Th CHAIRS
large, READING
tha strikers later. The hundred and
arbitrator is of the street two eighty-three ;
new two-story residence of Luther Mc- WRECEPTION CHAIRS TO'' N l.
opinion that the masters hare sot entirely (288)) feet; thence turn and run west one ,
Calment burned the
was to Monday
curried out the promises they made to the morning, and his aged ground mother andtwo hundred and ninety-eight ((198)) feet to R GENTS' ROCKERS.
men. the east side of Palm street; thence E LADIES' ROCKERS, '
girls were consumed in the
sad .. flames young before they could be rescued. north along the east side of Palm E CORNER CHAIRS Ac-

At New Castle 1y., Victor Bond fa lyingat The father of the children is crazed by street two hundred and eighty-three D TETE-A-TETE'S.

Dr.the Mac point Oldha of.."death. from a blow dealt by grief. No one knows how the tire originatad said(283)land feet being to the in point lot two of beginning(2), of section, and All in the latest and most elegant designs and finish. We will also include in

An explosion occurred at the Etna rolling thirty-four (34), township twent '-one: the above elegant Ramie and Plush Parlor Suits for TEN DAYS OJLY.

mill, New Castle, Pa. Gkorg E. Cox was Blockaded With Nebraska Corn. (21), south of range thirty-five (35): ) east, Don.'t 'the pportu.n.1ty.
probably fatally burned and William Duycr T1'AWAOnt., Jan. 23.-The passen- according to the United States survey;
' and Richard\Valtenbaugh seriously. ger trains from the north have been unusually also that plat of land described as follows -
The north half of the north half : c Loftus
Mrs. James McNeil, of Cannon Lake, late for some time past. The :
Minn., shot her three children and poiscned cause has not been the snow storm, but of lot six ((6), section thirty-six ((30). ,

herself. She was an invalid. an accumulation of freight at the Soo. township thirty-one (31), south of range Furniture & House Goods
An electric light. wire fell upon an iron As much as 10,000 carloads of corn from thirty-nine(39) east, containing ten (10) Furnishing
Nebraska have been at that place acres. Terms cash. ,
awning frame at Newburg, N. Y. A horse
hitched to the awning post touoaed his nose waiting to be transshipped to Boston and Witness my hand at Titusville, Fla., 40 & 42 West Bay St. Jacksonville
other eastern who this the 27th of December. A. D. ,
to it and fell .dead Thomas. Dawson put points. Every man day
his hands on the hone and fen dead. A can run an engine has been given a 1889. FLORIDA.

man nam l Saltz who ran to assist Dawson, freight train, and even passenger train SEWARD F. GRAY. .
took hold of him and received a terrible conductors, after finishing their regular Special Master in Chancerj .
shock. trips, have been pressed into running JONES & ATKINSON OlydL Cc
Two men smashed in the plate glass window local freight trains before their next trip 37 Solicitors for Complainant.HINDERCORNS. S-tea-rnship >.

of a diamond store at Montreal, and comes around. New York Charleston & Florida Lines.
stole jewels valued at Ili. The only iireCureforCorns. Stops all pain. Fnrnrae
ington.Ten lives were lest in* a LlLaard in Wash SiOOO _AGE!?! ; comfort to the feel.J .at I>ru 3gisut. Htecoz&Co.a.Y.AYOtT _- .

Snow said to be fifteen feet deep on level ATI ONCE to Pryt' nCheaprst CONSUMPTIVEffh.
,must Coenp'cte. von Co 11llh Bronchitis Art lima. Indirection I lee
i in eastern Orespn. Atrl: nfi PAR k.E caaast&ff&UkTW IcC.alt iiintrcmoetectfre ered
theqs &
A train
robbery is reported near Tulare, pieuiiiar ailc trated, nutrition. Take In time. Me.and ILOQ.
CaL, in which two men captured the en- aiid T2ii. ILLI:;(:
gineer and fireman and robbed the expresscar a.. IIISTOnY ofii .
Ia I '
of more than $30,000. The passenger* TANLEV'S
knew nothing of the robbery until the train -, V ..
f a -- -
reached Tnlora! WONDERFUL

At Galvestoa, Tez. Tuesday, Kyle Terry, ADVENTURES How Lost How Regained,
nephew the late Judge David Terry, was IN AFRICAJrsr
instantly killed and two men badly wounded. -
The killing was the outcome of the Fort Orrr. Already selling Immensely Outfits MCEiUNTHYSELF The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail M follows :
Bend troubles. which FREE. Supplies on Credit. PROFITS $3 to 55 Per (Standard Time.
time )
some ago, Day. Bio TEEMS. IUME>SK chance to Com lIo n. OF
in a bloody battle between the cituens of For First Chance, address at once. i r New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.

Richmond. E. R. CURTIS &: CO., Pubs., Cincinnati. Mondays,Wednesdays fc Fridays. Pier C9. E Elver. Tuesdays,Tanrsda j.It: 8&4zj

Sporting Sparks.CoaW.keybas Friday, Dt>e. 27. at 3 1). m., DELAWARE, Tbatsday.. t p..II
signed to PARKER'S Monday Dec. 30 at 3 p. m., IROQOUIS. Jai
manage, captain / Friday, Jan.5, at 3 p. m., YEMAS3EE JTanrsdsyJaik i.lISt
.rand play for the Chicago Brotherhood club. HAIR BALSAM 1 )!onday.1an. 6,at 3 p. to. CHEROKEE, Sunday Jan. !J,at i am
It is,understood that he will get a salary of _Cleanses and beautifies the hair. THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA Wednesday,Jan. 8, at S p. u. ;?EMIXOLE. 14,a*1' a.
\000 per annum and a slice of the dub: _Promotes a luxuriant growth. Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise Friday,Jan. 10. at 3 p. m., DELAWARE, Thursday Jan. H. lla.
stock.St.. _N.v.r Fails to Restore Gray on the Errors of YoutbPrematureDecline,Nervous Monday, Jan. 13,at 3 p m. m., IROQUOId, Sunday,Jaa. ls, < ITo >a
HsirtoitsYovthful Color. and Physical Debility,Imparities of the Blood. Wednesday,Jan. IS,at 3 p. m.. YEMA8SLE. y.Jan 4 a aTbnrsdar
Louis wfll have Prevent.Dandruff and hair .
probably a Brotherhood SOq and $1 00 at t'roeaiteCHICHESTER'S falling. Fridar.1an.ITaUp.m. CHEROKEE .Jan H.f i..
bas ball club. Monday. Jan. 20, at 3 p. m. SEMIXOLE, J....., 0...
Lefty Marr, of the C;>lw bus baseball Wednesday, Jan. 3.p.m. DELAWARE, Busda aj,lca.t. *IflThnnday F.
.. ENGLISH Friday,Jan.24, at 3 p. m., IROQUOWT Jaa. 90,813Sunday. -ate.
club, has signed with the Cincinnati of PENnYROYAL PILLS. Monday.Jan. '.'7,at 3 p. m., YEMASSEE, FelL s..U'>"
William Muldoon, Mike Cleary and Mike :. led Cross Diamond Brand. Wednesday,Jan. 29. at3p.m., CHEROKEE 8udar.l'eb.c-. Nas.
Donovan have arrived Purrfa, Miss., in e- ne .. iab1eJlm b.1&J&. ktella4 Friday, Jan.31, at 3 p. In., DELAWARE, Thursday Jazz-1.4$$101

charge of Detective Jayne. Their trial began .........' ill ftCl.aUIilIIezle4wiLla _&1M IJIf9 .. Revolting from Folly,Vice,and Ignorance,Excesses or For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to
Monday. They are charged with having b1Mram.a.Tak..p"Se.d4o. Orerta nation, Enervating unfitting the victim
aided and abetted the famous ) tor pwtUmUn an4 "lleUet for for Work, Business,the Married or Social Relation. l. A. LESLIE 8npt.. ZTm"O.. EGER. Armma Uan.ItU I Bowling GrHIIS'-1'cd
SuUivan-Kil- tjptl;; < '.by XamtPUtr.CUektater Aroid unskillful pretenders Possess this great JOHN L.BOW ABD. F. F.A.' aek.0nTme1BOSMOXOZB,F P. d-.lacbaDdk.
rain prize fight at Richburg, Mia. Ck.t ie.LLw,ltsdl.a.::?Pkilad.,Pa.. work. It contains&X)page*,. roTalSro.. Beautiful TFM. P. CLYDE .t C0? General Agent, 12 South Wharves I'hlUdcIpbU. t II.l"
Ewing and Vaughn Louisville crack bat- binding embossed,InS gilt. }rice only SUM by line Green, New York.Nunan't .
tery, will sign New York Brotherhood MADE WITH BOILING WATER. man.postpaid,concealed In plain! wrapper. JllustrattTe .:!!!I
Prospectus Free,if TOO apply now. The
4 *. distinroiahed author,Wm. H. Parker, M. D., re-: Strawberry P1ant in.151eptembOr:

Labor..... pp8'SGRATEFULCOMFORTING. cerred from the th.GOLD National AND Medical JEWELLED. AMoelatUa MEDAL for Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, 4.00 per lOOa Order -&. .

The trouble on the Maekey Hues,caosod by this PRIZB ESSAY nt NERVOUS ud
Conductor Dean's reinst&Unaenti kn been PIIYSICALDEBILITY.Dr.Parkoanda corps Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our eon and elia..
' of Assistant Physicians may be confidentially INDIAN Rim BRAND. manufactured old Fertiltfrt 0t
natiif aattled COII..1fet'm by an firm the Da dge 1
actorfly matt oj
,"tnr or tapenon U
The Locust Spring, Reliance, Seaside, C O'Q..O 8L THE PEABODY MEDICAIi EC8T1TUTE, Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal. Cotton Seed Meal etc.. andTnFlTU 11a pea' $ 4
f Potts and Punnel cellien, al o vTi Pa No.4 Bmlflaeh 8C,Bootaa,B&MU,whom al iuJ'L A full line of Ornamental Frul Trek Send for csta1ep .
t orders for boob ogled tat Miles & tx
.* crated. by the Raadinf ccmpaay, m.t MADE WITH 11'j BOILING WATER >lIINc&e4uabon. t --* BEACH, Indian BiTer Nurseries, Melbourne, FM.
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J. S. WATSON-0--- & CO.,! GO,


;..'11.tlL.; Schedules in Effect NOT. that we
...,..... e
Trains of this line run on good ,
A strictly machine fully warr&nWand rd Time, and arrive and depart
and mftde with from bert err tool best ever material devised, by for killed the workmen purpose AND COMMISSIONlVIERCHANTS J. T., & K. W. and S. F. & W. sv

wtrrnrted do all that can be reasonably expectedof pot.
the Tery beat typewriter extant Capable of writ West India Fast BO is
tax ISO word per minute, or more according to the No. 27
ab1l1t1 of the operator. PRICE, $J 00. to
Address, PARISH 3ITG. CO., 12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville .
Agent wanted. PARISH. N. T.HOW 1 36 p m..Green Cove Sell our:

2 30 p m.........-Palatka-....... for hard
3 30 p m-..,... ...Seville .........
1 4 13 p m..DeLand ..
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. 4 23 p in..0ranjsre City June..

5 15 P m.........Sanford....... a a
6 13 p m..........Orlando..........
:---:o:- 7 20 p m.....-.Kissimmee-......

10 13 p m..........Tampa...........
WE WARTCONFIDPNCE 10 45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv-

THE OF THE PEOFLE New Pullman York and Buffet Tampa Sleeping, daily. SJtKVsFbyttdani

at Kissimmee for supper. Nos." ,
? WE WANT connect at Port Tampa with endorse P.P.P.M a pl.ndtd combination
ship Line for and preterite It with mat MtUfaetloa for th*earn o<
West and
-Can the world know You Key *U form and.tiur i of Primary,Bocondnry sled T rt>.
man has to be
a good sure to Come and See Ua sail from Port
this*\ unless be advertises the possession Tampa on .
cf It. '-v AJrDnBILT.I When you come to town. Thursdays] on arrival of trains. .
....... -- connects at Palatka Junction P.
WE WANT da Southern Railway. a
To Talk to You. DELAND. from
! Lv DeLand No30 No32 No34 Syphllla,Syphilitic KhenmatUm,SeroftUotu C1cera
WE WANT Junction 4:45p 8:50a suit the And Bora*.Glandular Swelling, aheetoatlamYalarle.
12:35p old Chronic Ulf -e that JI aye ""'tlted nil treatment,
!, WRITE US To Work With You. Ar DeLand 4:40ct 910a 12:50p p s and

No31 No33 No35
wherever you live,and WE WANT Lv DeLand3:40a 8:20a ll:30a : a

; a we will ship you a To Post You Ar Deland 0
on Market e s
we can
1 fine instrument on Junction.3:35a 8:40a ll:4oa :
., 1 Days' Test Trial in WE WANT; and Trains 31 38 and '39 run daily. Catarrh,Skin Viseaaes.oema. Chronic*.male Coca*
run on Mondays, I plalnti.Mercurial Poison,Titter Scaklbead.etc,eta
your own 'home. To Ship For You and See to Your Shipments Fridays only. Xos. 34 and 35 d of our i a powerful tonic and an a ppltl-
from Berebford on Mondays '
and Fridays. All others daily o "

I I WE WANT .day. .
Florida .\ Co.
To either Buy or Handle most of the : No. 23. '

NO CASH 8 30 a m...Lv Jacksonville Ar...
REQUIRED Fruit ,and Produce of this sectionof
9 33 a Ill...Ureen Cove ... ser,bulldlEg np the system npW .
the country. 10 35 ........ Ladles whose.y temi are poifooai and whoM blood
Until you have tested and approved. Our freight a m. ..Palatka.......... tern an Impar*condition due to m nmr,al Irrornltrt-
both ways if instrument fails to please in euber 11 39 am...........Seville..........
style,price or quality. Ours the riskiyouraonly WE WANT 12 30p m... DeLand Junction ..
to fair and full
give test, and
buy .
You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your 12 41 p m... Orange City June ...
3 35 .........Titusvillc.. ,
40,000 Southern HomesSupplied p m ....... L
Products; We Can Ship it for You. 1 20 ji m......:Yr Sanford Lv...... r e s
by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL Daily except Sunday. No 23
PLAN first introduced in the South by us. Fair WE WAIT Palatka
est method of sale possible and a great benefit to Southern tiN are peculiarly beoefltad by the wonderful coals and
those at a distance who cannot visit our Connection made also with blood eleanslog properties*of f.t.Pn ITtckly Alb,fok
ware-rooms You to hElp us to make Titusville a River Root and PotaMlnra. .

ALL RISK SAVEDBy distributing point for the Productsof landings steamers on Indian at River.Titusville to

this trial plan,and purchasers absolutely assured the river, and sell our Jacloomillc fwd Sanford E ,

perfect instrument at the very lowest Products here. No. 15 modation. s a
possible cost. Selling only the best instru $ ,
ments made that will stand the most severe and 3 35 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..
comprehensive test,we do not fear to send them out WEVANT 3 33
on trial and Is{*them stand solely on their p m..Green Cove Spring. .
Afl we uk is the privilege of shipping on merits.ap In fact to save you money, and can dif o it 4 30 p m..........Palatkd ......... LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors
proval. No suit,no pay. Our freights if we fa'. will 5 40 p m...........Seville-.... ... 1'G mm WHOLESALE DBUOOIST8.-- .
you help us. 6 38 p m..Deland Junction... Liftman Block. SAVANNAH OH"THE
EASY TO BUY 6 49 p m..Orange City June...

Fromni by correspondence. No matter whether WE WANT 7 30 p m..Ar Sanford Lv..-

TOO We ship lire! either to all ten Southern or a thousand miles from us You to know we are head-quarters for> Daily except Sunday.
States. Our system U No.78 connects at Palatka J
perfect Doe Prices In plain print and alike to alL Vegetables, Crates, etc. Florida Southern Railway.
price oaly. No more, no less. Large
Discount from makers prices. All compe I Sanford and Luke Eu&tis k
tition met. Complete outfits free. AD freight WE WANT I LEAVE
paid. Easy installments. Every inducement that I No. 81 No. 83 No.
any fair dealing house
can offer.
To Sell
you your Orange Boxes and :40 pm 9:00 a m..Sanford..8:10 a Y

Write for Valuable Information. Orange Wraps, and will do it if you 8:01 p m 9:30 a mPaola.759a

Catalogues, Circulars, Special (twill come to see us.' 8:34 p m 10:22 a m.Sorrento7:34a -
8:4S p mlO:46 a m.MtDora.7:22a
Copy of new
9:00 p mll:10 a m.Tavares..7lOa i
Paper-"Sharps and Flats"- WE WANT
Daily except Sunday. No. 18
ALL FREE. Address You to know that we are Agents for the at Sanford with West India Fast
82 connects Sanford H cououileMeflt
at with (
Rock :
r UDDEN & DATES, Ocala Lime low,down.and will furnishit North.and Sanford accommodation

L Indian River Express.No. TZBZLES8 TOUT leas Trans r4, r y;.:
12 40 p. m-Lv.Jacksonville Ar
SAVANNAH CA. You to "know that we burn our own '. 30 .......... ill
:; p m Palatka..........
t' Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, 4 13 p m......DeLand Junc.._... ,
can give you bottom prices. 4 23 p m..Orange City June...
MY SON"Dul'with 4 40 p m...-Enterprise Junc......
WE WANT 4 49 p m........Enterprise.-...... k
*m the men who adrtrtise. Yon 5 06 p m..Osteen.......... '
new lose FJUXKUK. You to know that we handle Cement 6 12 P nl........LaGrange.-......
*?-Write I. &B.S. M.IL about it. & and Plaster Hair. 6 20 p m-.Ar Titusville Lv...

Daily except Sunday. Steamers

tusville daily except Sunday,for I-
". "...... to Indian River as far south as ; 4.
r." ,\ impress upon your minds that we at 6:00 a m. Steamers leave ) ,.:00::: ",,'
f : ,.' represent Mondays, Wednesdays and Yours,anions to please, .
a m for all points south as far as ED. Ju HUXTTXT.
t Thompson & Edwards, connecting then with stage for :] Ask your dealer for Ed.L.Hontley Co.'
.t of Chicago, landings on Lake Worth. ,

The largest manufacturers of Fertilizers Halifax "River Express.No. HONEST CLOTHING
27 '
in the west, and keep constantlyon
12 40 p m-.Lv Jacksonville Ar- If our good! are not in the hands of toms
hand the following. brands of t their 2 20 p m,..-Ar Palatka Lv..._ STOREKEEPER in your section,TOO can PitO-
r Goods: 2 50 p m...-Lv Palatka Ar...- largest CURE MAEO-OBDKB THEM from wholesale the BEST. Cxxrrmva KNOWN Homnt and ,

World of Good, for Orange Trees. 6 00 p m..Ormond.......... in the world at prices that will MAKE YOUR
6 25 p m..Ar Davtoua I..v... lit eyes snap and KEEP YOU gne glrghow wen
World of Good, for Truckers. Daily Sunday. afford TO DO IT. If your DEALER does not '
except keep our goods. send tons and ire WILL furnish -
Pure, fine Ground Bone. Tickets on sale at City Ticket you s Suit or Overcoat, express or man
dnata,and Trade-Marks obtained, PatBlood, Bone and Potash. 82 West' Bay street and at I of paid,on receipt of price. We will win and bold
-1IuJA.eoadmcted for M ccdIc Jacksonville.J. my; your patronage if you try ns with an order I W.
o i
0 Chicago Bone ;ilea!. have built np this immense business by our
sue'lIt we once can[sears to Onosnn: t In U less S. t.IUe. :twin 50 Dissolved Bone. A. LAn. ERD, G. D. any- PAINSTAKING 1 methods,and by doing by atlas:, ,
remote from Wash. Supt. Gen. era as we would be done by.
M8tod model drawing or photo.with descrlp- W. P. LAWSHE,Ticket Agt., ED.L.HCNTLST&Co.,Style Oritftoators.ns .
# vox. We adTJLsa U patenubto or not, free of WE WANT
D. F. JACK General
cbrga, Oar DM not doe tm patent is secured.A Manager. B'In ordering. Suits or Overcoats observe
\ff f
PAM **with strictly following rules for measurement
tames erf MtLR actual,clients"lIo".toObtalD la State Patents, or You to know we keep on hand OEO. E. CHASE. A. O. : Breast measure over vest,close np nn-(,, .
you county
b,. S1 I der arms. Waist measure,over panto. Inside '
.teat tree. Adams, Sulphate of Potash,
GEO. E. CHASE & leg measure from.crotch to heeL ,
Land Plaster
I mere References-First National Bank of t Chi
,0..', .' CanadaH.: Ashes, SHIP CHANDLERY I eago? capital 33,000.000; Continental: National
-- omec. WACNiNaroN... D. Tobacco Stems and Bank of Chicago,capital 2,000,000.

Cotton Seed 1\1 cat. EAR ED. L HUNTLEY Co., Manufacturers .

and Wholesale Dealers in Clothing
WE WANT patron :for Men and Children 122 and
Patent Logs Wire Rope Bi a Boys 124MarketStChicagoIII
You to Give Us a Trial on something> I P.O. Box 667. .
Agent for Devoe & Co.'s NOTICE. '"

merit your patronage by fair and Life Preservers, Tent & All concerned take notice that I Rills

honest dealings, and we mean business. Patent Anchors. on or about the 1st day of February,,

t kr. FROM NEW yOU CITY. TRY US. BOAT GEAR OP ALL 1890, make application to the Honorable
n I GLASSES A. H. Hawke received*-Der sometime Sir: Tour since.PATENT and am t the: Pardoning Board of the State of ";

''mach cratSle at the wonderful change that -0- .' Correspondence Solicited., Co. Florida for pardon of the crime of assault ,
sae 10m.our my eyesight since 1 hue discarded 2 66. with intent to murder of which ;has

MJ old ataues, and AUXIX&EX am now:wearing A a AX.Secretary .yours. Respectfully.JraSe Wos. 88 90, E. Bay w/ convicted at the fall term of the

stationer Board of Trade. Circuit Court in the year A. D. 1883, in

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tt : THURSDAY JA N. 30/1890. r
8,' .. THE FLORIDA STAR, ,., -' j a..
i j : "
mm' The Narrows friends of Mrs. Oscar I a. .

t. Mr. Will Mims is expected home this Hall, nee Miss Debbie Cleveland, unite in x -

week. wishing her a happy married life with o(A.
the husband she has chosen. THIS FOR
last O
Mr/Scofield returned Saturday ...
The Narrows public library is flourishing ,
from his trip to Tampa:
under the management of the popular :
has to Oak Hill ,_.
I' Mr. Chamberlain gone
president, John C Michael, and Li-
the erection of a bridge pt"4
to superintend brarian W. L. Keefer. This library is

across Deep Creek. only a few months old and contains nearly n c

: Mr. China is at home recuperating, and 100 volumes. ts R J. P. TURNER & COMPANY

r we hope soon to see him able to attend to
The northern families who own property )

business once more. in the Narrows are now with us for

f There will be a regular meeting of the the winter, among whom are Mr. and

M. L S.'Saturday night, February 1st, to Mrs. W. M. Sears, Mr. and Mrs. Northrop t

which all are cordially invited. and Ron, Mr. John Stuff, wife and

All our orange growers are busy shipping four children. THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAARGEORGE

and there is such a rush of work at Justice Gray had the misfortune to receive -

this season that hands are hard to get. a severe hurt last week. He was 5( O' O r

Mr. and Mrs. Ballow of Boone la., are getting on the dock with a heavy box of .. o 4

guests of Mr. Burtis. This is their second books when he lost his footing and fell, ; M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. !I. ROLLINS,

visit. All their friends are glad to see the box striking his leg and all but break- 'We. Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. Notary Public

'" them again, and hope they will remain ing it. He was assisted to his home by b 0 F.ob13ins ]aztim:: : ck, Rollins,

f for some time. friends and is just able to be about. i c.o REAL ESTATE DEALERS,

The Rev. Mr. Jones preached to a good Mr. M. A. Martin, of Melbourne, has ALL lilXDS OF PXtOPEllTY BOUGHT: SOLD *V iL\fIIAXGED.:

congregation Sunday evening, and was moved here and is located on land adjoining Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,

cordially received as the new pastor by Justice Grays, on the west side. oav 1o.. Box, 250,
all present.' We shall be glad when becomes Mr. Martin has been here one short

I again. month and has: land cleared and beans U\ 00o oo TITUSVILLE, REV AI D CO., FLORIDA.We 1i

R Arbor Day was celebrated here by giving planted which are now four inches high. Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large fot of
He intends build and his family carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
i the school house and grounds a thor- to bring -
PIANO for SALE RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property -
ough cleaning in the morning, and in the after mosquito season. on Indian River.

afternoon by exercises suited to the day. The weekly reunions at Enos are a ALSO "Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are am,..Ued! ,
A SEINE 50 YARDS LONG. effort will be made satisfaction to intending Purchasers wko
n No trees were put out on account of the source of pleasure to the young peopleof and every to give perfect
favor us with their patronage. %
l drouth. We were pleased to note quitea Narrows, and, indeed, the elder ones No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. .
number of our friends, present in the are present and enjoy themselves also. Dr. C. A. Hentz, City Point, Fla. Special attention given .to Colonies, and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-

/ afternoon, and also pleased that our boys ilr.. and Miss Enos, Mr. and Mrs. Win. The New Rock Ledge Hotel. priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.. __ .

and girls show such an ability for work, Sears Mr. and Mrs. Northrop, Dr. and New House New Furniture. Cui"iue, best.. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. .SrUry.33roTTdrca. .

not only mentally but manually. Mr J. L. Enos, Misses R and A. Michael Sanitary conditions perfect. For further .Tostretot of Titlo Oo., -a

Miss Minnie Story, Messrs. JohnC. information address i
G. M. BRADLEY Incorporated A. D. 1889.
Grange. i
Michael Charles Northrop W. L.Kee-
Willie Wolfe is packing oranges in the fer.and Will Andrews were among those ROCK LEDGE, FLA. CAPITAL STOCK, $=>,000 ; FULLY PAID ; XOX-ASSESS1I1LE.

Kentucky grove this week. present at the last reunion. YOUNG ORANGE GROVE Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for etch ad. I
r dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, Tic,SiflO
Mrs. M. Goldsmith, of Titusville, has About 15,000 eggplants and 10,000 tomatoes Well located on Indian River; paying for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.

Leen visiting relatives here. were set out during the past fall, net 10 per cent. now. Price, 3000. Taxes Paid for Xon-Rc i
Mrs..Mendell has been ill, but is now many of which are bearing and have Bargain. Answer quick. E3T For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and *

improving, we are pleased to notice. been for some time. Messrs. i&Roche ,1DDKESS, BOX TITUSVILLE.. annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against kw L1Tu

V and Whitlock head the list with 5,000 Sale.: 12HHEotel 1
have taken
Several of bur townsmen
Schooner MANATEE
Box 25O, Titusville,
and with
eggplants 5,000 tomatoes several -
of the excursion to Jackson
advantage J. W. ZELLEHS Master. .
acre in beans. Mr. L. B. Dawson
ville. This 28-ton Yacht be charteredfor
has 3,000 egg-plant, S. K*. Michael 3,000 can In.dian.: R.iver
? Mrs.J. N. Feaster has quite recovered all points up and down the river, on ,
John C. Michael 2,000, John D. H. Weir
the coast to the Bahamas.
from her severe fall but la grippe still
2,000, Justice Gray 2,000, E. L. Gray Commodious, safe and good accommo ; :;; 7f :1- .d
lingers with her. dations. Further particulars address- i' Hotel is new; Furniture
2,000, and many others a like number. ;;- =-.. -
=::== : = is Capacity, 150
Many are sorry not to have heard the REBEL. TITUSVILLE, }14<\'. 4 ."'7'c '

tiew preacher Sunday, but so short a notice NOTICE. -'-':= Table supplied kith Oysters .
was given of his coming that it was Lake Worth. To the citizens and visitors of Titus- ?= Duck, '. em-

impossible for the news to reach all. ? vine: I am prepared to do all kind of ij = -= son, E Pineapfte,
Weather mixed. More rain would be laundry work, and am th 10nly laundressin = = -- _- =? T- ;' = etc 1
In school'o. 1 the following pupils i acceptable, the town. Work done at reasonablerates ;;r r Salt-and-Sulphur BaLM

Have had perfect recitations the past I and satisfaction guaranteed. 1 Free to Guests.
The Illinois left for the B. I. R. on the
h week: Bessie Feaster, Coleman and Car- 3lES.( I. H. GOREY Sail, Row ami St.a-

rie Mendel, Janie'Johnson, Jakie Feas- 22d.The 33-lmo. Titusville, Fla. : -, boats connected with the
Bessie B. left for Hotel.
tergpnn Carlile, Sallie Feaster, Mary : 0 F: '--4 -
the 13th. a -"" Best of Hunting
*CanueUBert Johnson, Green Coats, Henry c 1 ..... .1 c....... ti::: ....... u' I : Fishing. Hunters, Doc
CarluefLee Coats, Julia Feaster and I. S. Graves and mother left for their ... .. (:::3') -- rn..; p- r e. and Guns on app aboe.

-' Gertrude Mendel. Georgia home on the 22d. O =-2=-. :;::: $ r- t'Co : ', k u a Rates: -2 to $3 per daTe j
,, week
ty r The Heron took a large party to the :: Z (5 t.::=:j al w Special rates per t

,. Tropic. inlet on the 18th. rJ t i. ' ... c I ? ;; ... i iTITUSVILLE
TROPIC, Jan. 27, 1890. Garden truck is going north in increasing -I .c.. :.p.:; =
.. 00 FLOB.JDA. 1
;: ,
.air ropic asks space this week to quantities.The ww I
o C O ::: Situated the Banks of the far-famed Indian
chronicle few which c..r :.... on River.
a are taking Illinois collided with
Lyman'ssharpie = :: > :C'o; The Chief Office of U. S. Signal Service la la the Indian Hirer Hotel?
place:here. a few days ago but no great dam- ("If < .- .
g ; < Proprietor.
Visions of the wastebasket deters me
done. ;
age was tS
.-. v> ,. :>fS
from....mentioning Charley Stewarts bran \\T.SwneSmithof arrivedon 0 M + :7: s ; Q -
nee'boy, Ralph Grady Stewart who arrived == ):; > BR..A..DYGroceries
the 22d to spend the winter here, as *$ o o: sillff- (') -pooo4 0 ,
the 12th.The'continued ., =._: -I-4 I:'"
,on I usual. i 0 3 <0o r-L-I > Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
Z ,
drouth is havoc ,
playing : n
W. H. Wade, whose house at Jewell, =
with the vegetable growers. The bean was recently destroyed by fire, has de- n I c.c[;f fS ;- ;; =:0 0 I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple aDd

crop will be short 75 per cent.; too early cided to rebuild. o.r.. p ,; .:.::. Tn z Fancy
C... ::!. 00
yet to predict :what the tomato crop .. ; gJ; Yl [ Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf
cu ,
Arbor celebrated
day was at both > ::= c.. I:'"

will be. school houses by tree planting and other o .... V-r''' '"< -== :_.-. <:> a all! kinds. Also my Stock of

J. McAllister is rushed to death. He appropriate exercises. I -= ::-!1 e ]cif -.... Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat.I .
needs a double force. He finished a 2-inch ...; gO x < ,
:Maj. J. B. Brh g of Russellville, Ky., '" .:. (') uric
well for J. L. Casper last week is putting "'1 am the only House Indian River Line ef
and arrived the 18th :; 0 ...---1.... on dealing exclusively in the above
down one for :Mosely on the peninsulanow party on bringing "'" c =_ ...... t'T Goods. I buy clo e. and will sell close. I invite jour correspondence and selse t
a steam-launch along with them. 1-3 :<; ? your patronage. Very truly, t-
and expects to commence one for : 4 t!
Several commissson men, representing' ; 0 -
E. L.
Chas. Stewart by Wednesday, the 29th. 0_ ,'-
New York and a l .. 'G
houses ,.
Philadelphia arrived r
:.::. g ...,
George Ensey is waiting his turn as pa. H .L -
on the 22d to look after their fences. 2,,= :: C>
tiently as one could expect-and, by the .. :: ::: E.. GOLDSMITH BROS.
O. Gudmonson and Mrs. Starke surprised !=*=>
is model
way, George having a cottage .. 0 y
their friends by calling on 'Squire == y We are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neiihbof'Bt.and having
erected his here.
on property Hoagland, the 20th,and getting married. + n ,E.. COJACKSONVILLE '
c. enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning, we solicit the good: will of Hit
Three weeks ago Mr. Massey, State organizer Joe Jenkins is rejoicing over his second c. r." friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always keep a full Stock of

of the Farmers' Alliance, organ- boy, born on the 19th. Joe and wife MARBLE GO Dry Goods Clothing Hats Notions Etc.
ized a sub-alliance at this place with fourteen are nobly keeping up the reputation of ,

members. Yesterday another alli- the west side. Dealers inMonuments And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. We

ance was formed with a membership of CaJ>t. 0. S. Porter was showing a 24pound have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for.Li.die4.. s
and a 28 pound watermelon the worth Seeing and Buying.
two the Mr. L.
contracting parties being
other day, both products of his gardenon Headstone, We only deal in
E. Jeffries and Miss Leonora
his west side homestead. E Iron Fencing,'t-OI.ass .
daughter of Mr.A. J. Chancy. The nup- G-OOC3J3,
Daily mail began on the 15th, the 5 s Lawn Furniture Bought in first-class and
tial knot was tied by the Rev. John M. steamer Lake Worth making the round w w 4L manner, guarantee price as well as quality.

Fields, at the church, in the presence of trip to the foot of the lake and back Z Marble GOLDSMITH BROS., TITUSYILLE, FLA.

numerous friends'and relatives. This is every day, except Sunday.The 2S -: Granite, Slate, .err
s: sd.
Tropic's third wedding but the where- latest news from China and its suburbs g Onyx.

wjthall for three or more is here in abun- is that the "Chinese" have lately Building Stone, Dry Goods Carpets MattingsJOIL 1
been living high (\venison and wild ,
dance, and probably at no distant date .!:: Wire Fencing, .
turkey and that fish were getting to be
you will be called upon to publish a like monotonous. == Slate Mantels, CLOTH.

even Iron Mantels.
Rev. E. Heyser is enjoying some finehomeraised
Narrows.L strawberries, and also kindly Grates. Kohn
& O
permitting some of his west side neigh-, Furchgott Q.,
As Narrows has not been represented ,
bors to share in the enjoyment. Strawberries 'H"
in the'STAR for some months!!, I thought, and cream don't taste so very I M WII JACKSONVILLE

-. I would send a few items and let the bad, eveirin January. I'I ,
Offer at all times Great Inducements AJ1ieIes.
it the above-mentioned
world know what the inhabitants of this 1
J. A. Durst,the artesian weller, is np,
peaceful community are doing. the country on a visit awhile waiting the i 1:1: Window Shades, Lace Curtains Tnrcomans Srapa HItS

.* )lr. and Mrs. Zellers are occupying. arrival here of more pipe,but before he:, UH: I
eft he had succeeded in getting a Bowthat and Mats
Mr.Frank Forster's cottage at Orchid. will undoubtedly increase at a not BAnd an kinds Tiling, Hearths, Wire Mats and
Mr.J. D. H. Weir and family contem. much greater depth. This settles the in fact anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind oi .They carry a l large Stock, and and are able to compete with prices nortfu I a
stone visiting Jacksonville do fail m
not to call on them, or write to them U IoU are
plate moving three miles south of Narrows question as to whether we could get ar Send for Catalogue at the same time stating the!I. want of goods.
tesian style of goods in need of as we haTe differ I
} water here or not finally, and it is I yon are
and taking up a homestead on the J probable other- wells will now be putdown ent Catalogues. la the different .branches of otnbusiness. 29' KOHN, iFURCHGrOTT & CO.,

west side. ", very soon. 25 Laura Street, Jaca.onWe. Fla.. .% ..;, Bay and Pine Streets, Jacksomille. ; t" '

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