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:
February 13, 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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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Charley Gardner, at present, has -See Rumpli's prices in this issue. -Mr. and Mrs. Ellis B. Wager have The Basket Fair.
S. Watson & Co., have just received of
charge the
,' wires at the railway sta- -Mis Minnie Joiner of City Point, is gone on a couple of days' trip to Jack The Basket Fair
fine lot seed potatoes.Ir. tion. etc., under the management
r a spending a few days in town this week. sonville.Mr..
of the ladies of
St. Gabriel's
Chas. Campbell, of Melbourne, -J. S. ,
Watson & Co. have on baud -Mr. W. I. :\let 'l1f of :Melbourne, was Harry Miner, of New York thea- was crowded last night, and aside from

bas been spending a .few days" in town I two cars of vegetable crates. Dan fail in town yesterday, registered at the Indian tre fame, arrived here yesterday after- the pretty booths presided over by the

this week. to see them before you buy. \I River Hotel.C. noon, accompanied by his son. He will : pretty ladies there were several tables

_Miss Emma Tbursby arrived here -Mr. Geo. Paddison was severely injured T. : spend about two weeks at Rockledge.Mr. where
I McCarty, attorney, of Ankona, I supper was served to many. On
last Friday afternoon and boarded the Monday. While going down the I attended circuit court here Tuesday and T. J. O'Brien, of Micco, leaves the right, as you enter, is the booth of

gt. Lucie as far as Merritt where her railway wharf on the cars be fell into an I yesterday. this morning for a week or ten days visitto fancy articles, managed by Mis Katie

brothers have a place. oyster slide.M. Money Money 11 Muney to Jacksonville During his absence: : Paddison and Miss Leinbach ; directly
Mrs. Barrett, wife of Dr. W. C. Bar- B. Bunnell Harris will ban opposite the other booth
brick-layer and loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & charge of the signal station was of fancy

rett, who has been quite ill for some plasterer, is prepared to take contracts Graham, Titusville, Fla. at llicco.Mr goods, managed by Mrs. Budge and Mrs.

time past. is now around again, looking anywhere on Indian River. Spencer.
Addressall -Save your furs and skins and end A. S. Harvey, of Fort Pierce, is
aa well and lively as ever. communications to Titusville, Flori- them to J S. Watson & Co. They in town this week visiting his daughter, We can't mention the names of those

_postma"Scrimgeour has been very da. 29 the highest cash price. pay Mrs. Dora Tubbs, who is still presidingover connected with all the pretty little stands

ill the past week with an attack of -:Mrs. S. M. Lorimer: arrived at the -Our town collector asks the millinery department of Mr. and tables as some one would be sure to
tax tocay
grippe- Conductor Kidwell was also Indian Geo. B. Rumph's store. be omitted. Suffice it to say there are
River Hotel, Friday last, from : that the ta* books for Titusville will
laid with the grippe last Saturday many pretty things that yet remain unsold -
up Jacksonville. She was taken ill Sunday close qn the last day of this month. -Mrs. E. C. Thomas was among the
and about and that those who attend
again. to-day
but is up afternoon, and started back to Jacksonville : arrivals Tuesday night on the steamer ,
-Col. A. M. Thrasher of Sanford finished will
not disappointed in the least.
-The steam launch, Sassacus, of Eau : on the noon train Monday.Mr. Georgiana from Melbourne. She will
up hid court affairs here The farce
yesterdayand entitled "Betsy Baker tooAttcntivp.
Gallie, owned by Captain Bradley, has i Sam reside permanently at this place with ,or
a few boarded the St. Lucie for Rockledge. Half "
by few
moored here since her arrival Mr. Thomas was given a
been men days from who i is engaged at presentby
ago a trip to Jacksonville.He -Capt. Burt Pacetti, of the Halifax, minutes after eight o'clock in the hall
tioned in the STAR two weeks' ago, owing is i at Mr. L. C. Oliver.
present employed by Messrs. J. was in town Monday morning, with his just over the Fair. The cast of this
of the above
to the gentleman.Mrs. S. Watson & -Miss Annie Vrooman the blind
Co. elocutionist
to assist tliat firm in -
yacht bound down the river for a few play was given in the STAR last week,
C. II. Brock, wife of the com- the commission business.:; clap trip. and singer, gave an entertain- and the little affair was received with

mander of the steamer St. Lucie, accompanied -Circuit Court ment at Wager's Hall Monday night,
convened on Tuesday -Mrs. Rollins returned her Orlando great gusto by the crowded audience.
her friend Miss :31. B. i to which well
by Young, was attended. Our town
morning at eleven o'clock, his honor, home after of few The receipts were about 25.00 for the
of Maine, arrived in town Saturday, and Judge J. D. Broome, residing. Thisproved WCl'iwith! yesterday her a :stay Mrs. a would very much enjoy an entertainment entertainment, and it will be repeated
to-morrow they will take a trip to Jupiter daughter, Happer- given by a good dramatic or operatic
to be a short term, a- Court was sett. to-night. Miss! Katie :Mussenden as Betsy

returning Sunday.Mr. adjourned yesterday afternoon, and troupe. carried out her part extremely well anda
-The> ice has
Cha. B. Kline, wife and child, : Judge Broome returned to DeLand to- new factory already glance at her appearance on the stage
received orders for ice to be General Presentment of the
Miss V. E. Kline, and Mr. John Fow, of day. shows that she is fully capable of takingher
regularly every week as far south as Grand Jur '.
Philadelphia, arrived at Indian River part creditably in of dramatic
-Mr N. Hudson, for any our -
: purchasing
: agent Lake Worth.Fitythree.
To the Honorable John D. Broome
Hotel Tuesday, aud left for Rockledgeand the Hotel Cordova, St. Augustine, sent Judge entertainments. Miss Louise Jonesas
.' down pas ngers arrived on the Seventh Judicial Circuit State of Florida Mrs. Mouser
other points the river yester- on the first roasting-ears of corn of the acted her part very
day. Mr. Fow is a member of the House season yesterday for Mr. Flagler's famous afternoon train yesterday bound down -Dn-vard Spring Term, 1890 : nicely. The real acting of Mrs. Mouser'spart
the river. The cars were crowded in. We, the Grand Jurors for and in the should
of Representatives, hotels. He says this will be the first, we say, so entirely differ
hiding the smoker. county of Brevard and State of Florida, ent from Miss Jones' disposition, that it
-Mr. and Mrs. 1. S. Conner, of served at any hotel in the State this sea
Trenton,N. J., who have been staying at son. Make known your wants to J. S. : having finished our labors this 12th dayof does her credit to carry out the characterof

the Indian River Hotel for two or three -Will Watson & Co. Theirs are 19, and yours February 1890, named herewith respectively -! a wife afflicted by a too-devoted husband -
some big-hearted settler
weeks, left for Rockledge on Georgianaon advise a working man where there kindly is a may outnumber theirs, and they can make our general present so well. Both the male characters,
From help you. men t. Messrs Atkinson and Sanders!:, acted their
Monday morning. Rockledge
quarter section of homestead land suitable
-To-morrow is Saint Valentine's First-Upon inquiring and a careful investigation parts well. The repetition of the play
they started for Palm Beach, where they for fruit culture and Ti- day, .
pasture: nea
and will distribute we can report that our coun- to-night will draw another crowded
intend remaining about two weeks. probably our postmaster .
tusville where
a Sunday School and to his comic ty, since the last meeting of the Circuit house.
-There were seventy-one arrivals on Mission Station could be started. Notify many patrons numerous Court has
and sentimental missives enjoyed good order, peace and After the entertainment to-night there
the noon train last Friday who boarded editor of STAR.
its share of
prosperity. will be a Soap Bubble contest, and a
the steamer St. Lucie for down the river. -:Mr. \\'. C. C. Branning has rented -The lemons for St. Gabriel's Church Second We have carefully looked into prize will be awarded to the lucky couple
Of this number fifty-three stopped off at fair were generously! donated by Dr. G.
the building on Washington avenue, the financial affairs of the county-the (lady and gent) who blows the largest
W. Holmes of Point for which the
City ,
the Hotel Indian The travel that
next to Robbins & Graham's real estate books and reports of the several county bubble. Bring your sweethearts and

afternoon reminded us forcibly of the office, where he will continue in the members thank him most kindly.Mr. officers, and as far as we judge from a wives and try for the prize. Great fun .

immense crowds that thronged here two meat market business, and will be pleased A. C. Gardner started for New general investigatioo, we find everything is anticipated and everyone is invited to

yean ago. to serve all his old customers and as York last week to select his new stockof in good shape. We are especially take part in the contest.

-Miss Mary V. Leinbach, of Salem, many new ones as will favor him with goods: which will be displayed in his pleased: to report that the schools in the

North Carolina, who has been visiting ;kojr trade. new store in the Indian River Bank brick county are in a very prosperous condition "Christian Endeavor" Con

Let friend Miss Kate Paddison for the .-:Mr. Lawshe, of Athens, Ga., father building.Mr. and the prospects for the future are vention.WINTER .

past two weeks or so, is quite charmed of our highly esteemed railroad agent, Chas. B. Corey, wife, child and still more encouraging. PARK, FJA., Feb. 8, 1590.

Titusville. land Indian River. Last arrived here yesterday and returned to two servants arrived here, Friday, and Third We respectfully submit to youa Editor Florida Star:

eight fche was making herself useful asan Jacksonville to- ay. Mr. Lawshe is one left, Sunday, on steamer Canaveral, for report of the chairman of the Board of For the past two days this town has

assistant at one of the fancy stalls at of Atlanta's most prominent men, having his residence! on the ocean beach, near County Commissioners, and call your at- been held by the Florida Brigade of the

the Episcopal Church bazaar. resided there for nearly forty years. He Pepper Haulover. tention to his general report of the indebtedness C. E. Army. This is the second annual

-Lake Worth land unimproved of the county. Jan. 1, 1890, convention of the Florida State Union.
-Mr. Leonidas LeO. Hamilton corres- has been connected in manways with improved or

ffrmdent gi the Boston Courier and the the rapid growth of that city, which had extending from lake to ocean, wherein he states the of indebtedness The previously announced programmewas
located in the of the settlement on that date was $10.26, and whichwe substantially carried out. The addresses
of centre
sporting paper, Shooting and Fishing,took a population only 10,000 just after the ,
a trip over to Banana River last week late war, and which i is now close on to for sale. For particulars address David find to be approximately not less than : were all brief and to the point.

.. with \V. K Wood and has expressed himself 100,000.Mr.. Brown, Palm Beach, Fla. 3500. Note-book and pencil were in constantuse
Fourth We would suggest to the Justices by the delegates, and they will carry
as greatly pleased with the country. J. T. Small, of Lewiston, :Maine, -J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the
of the Peace of the that all home new and useful ideas that
county many
He left train for well-sinker of the State of Flor-
on Friday morning's has been visiting places on Indian River pioneer
parties committed in their courts for misdemeanor will be of inestimable benefit to all the
Orlando and will return to Titusvillenext the past week or so, and expects to visit, ida, is now opera ting at Lake Worth, Fla.,
should not be carried over to societies represented.Great .
week. this week, the Peace creek region and where all communications may be ad-
the Circuit Court but to the County surprise and rejoicing was mani-
-The first ice at the new ice factory certain points in Citrus county, where he dressed and information received. *
Court, as that court has jurisdiction of fested when State Secretary S. S. Burl-
was turned out of the freezing tank last is interested in lauds, owning quite a -On her up trip, Monday, the steamer all misdemeanors committed in the coun- ingame, of Ocala, reported that at the
Friday afternoon. Since tha.t time the tract in the phosphate regions. We received Georgiana did not arrive here until after
ty. We further suggest that, under the time of the last convention there were
proprietors have been distilled a short call Tuesday from Mr. one o'clock Tuesday morning. As the
present law, the Justices' Courts cannot in the State eight societies, with a. total
water, which makes ice as clear as crystal Small, and also Miss Young, a friend of steamer was crowded with passengers, try any criminal cases, but can only investigate membership of 270, while now there

Mr. G. F. Duren secured the first his, who arrived here last Saturday, to many of them had to take their chances charges and commit or release were 42 societies and 1,195 members ; 30

cake delivered from the factory. Messrs. see the B. I. R. sleeping in the saloon. Among the pas the defendant. societies were represented by the 75 dele-

Wetmore & Gladwin will have their -Captain Paddison informs us that sengers was a corpulent Sunday school Fifth-Office of County Judge was gates present. Add to this the membership *

delivery wagon ready to deliver ice in a the Coast Canal Company will soon have superintendent, who inflicted that dread visited, and we advise, for the preserva- of the Winter Park Society, and the

few days. Ten cents worth per day will one of their powerful dredges here from ful punishment upon his fellow travelersof tion of his documents and valuable pa- attendance at the convention of C. E.

be sufficient for any small family. Mobile, Alabama. They are now rebuilding snoring. Finally one of the officersof pers, that a safe be furnished him. workers was nearly 175. It was a most

Married, Wednesday last, Feb. 5th, one at Daytona, and the new the boat pulled his head back in sucha Sixth-We have examined the jail and inspiring sight to see so many young

at Jacksonville, Mr. Christopher Coffeeto one recently built at Jacksonville was to manner as to arouse him and also his find it perfectly secure. It is well kept people going to church at the early hourof

Miss Anita M. Villeret. The bride, be towed into New Smyrna a few days ire too. He pretended to be greatly insulted and cleanly, and the premises well cared 6:30 to attend the early morning prayer-

*ho is the of No one regrets the delay in the and offended, but finally decided
daughter of Dr. Villeret, ago. for. meeting ; especially so, as during the
Jacksonville, and a sister of Mr. Frank work, the Captain says, more than the "discretion was the better part of valor." Sc-enth-In conclusion, we would extend meeting two and three would frequentlyrise

Villeret, of this place, is a very charmipg contractors, )Ie srs. Rittenhouse Moore For our part we think the patience of our thanks to your Honor and to at a time in their eagerness to hear

young lady who made a host of friends & Co. They are men of long experiencein the crowd must have been of a most enduring State Attorney Palmer for your and his testimony for their Lord and Master.

daring her visit to Titusville a few this kind of work, and when they be- kind, to have stood the disturbance courtesies and assistance in our labors. Mrs. G. R. Alden's (better known as

months back. The best wishes of the gin work our people will have no cause as long as they did. ROBT. C. MAY, Foreman. Pansy) opening of the Question Box was,

SUE is tendered to the happy couple for to complain at the progress of the under- i -Mr. and :Mrs John S. Hopkins, and '\T. )I, BROWN, Clerk.E. as was to have been expected, most Instructive -

a long life of prosperity and happiness. taking. Mr. Moore is expected to arrive -' Mr. J. S. Johnson and daughter, Miss L. Brady, J. W.Jones,J. A.Carlile, and interesting. I

Oar young bachelor friends may well in Titusville in a few days to meet Josie, arrived at the Indian River Hotel D. L. Conrad, Stephen Ellis, E. J. Da- Last evening's consecration meeting

wed a tear over the loss to our town of the new dredge. Thursday last from Baltimore, Md. vies, Thomas J. DeSteuben, Wm. Wat- was most impressive; the delegates seem-

this young lady.4Ammodore. -Lieut. Hitchcock, of the U. S. Navy, : They left Monday morning, on steamer ton, Harry Roberts, Chas. J. F. Camp- ed to all feel that it was good for themto

Chas. F. Handy arrived has just returned from a visit to the bar ; Georgiana, for Rockledge, and then took bell, W. R. Knox, John T. Cleveland, be there. The convention closed by '

in Titusville last Thursday evening on Mosquito inlet lIe says that he finds the St. Lucie for Jupiter, on their wayto P. M. Young, W. T. Futch. sinking "God be with you 'till we meet

he yacht Willful, which was built forthe the sea buoy has been washed away and Lake Worth. They will return in a I DOCKET CASES. again." The way the delegates lingeredin

special purpose of cruising the east cannot be found, also that the channelhas week or so. Mr. Hopkins is a wholesale Florida Agricultural College vs. W. the church, shaking hands and bidding

toast rivets and creeks of Florida. Mr changed so, recently, that it is ex- dealer in wood and willow ware, ropes, H. and Sarah G. Gleason ; foreclosure of each other good-bye, showed their unwillingness -

Randy is commodore of the Providence, tremely dangerous for large steamers or twines and paper stock, in Baltimore.He mortgage and final decree granted. to depart, many saying that

R.l, Yacht Club which is one of thee vessels of any kind to attempt to enter. is on a pleasure trip, and has an ex- the next convention must be of three
State of Florida John Anderson
largest in country, and is entertaining In view of this, Capt. W. B. Watson has cellent opinion of Titusville as a business vs. days' duration.
(colored)-sentenced to 60 days in county -
JJ guests Messrs.. M. V. B. Darling and secured the services of Mr. Dolph Shel point, and in his judgment our town Those wishingtynformation as to the ,
hard labor. etc. of this
jail, at object, workings, society,
Charles EMurry, of Providence. The don of New Smyrna, who is thorougly will become one of great importance in which is doing so much for the young

willful left Sunday morning for a trip acquainted with Smyrna bar, to make a the next few years. Mrs. Hopkins, before Appeal Case from County Court, of people and the churches of this land

t trough Banana creek, with Mr. Wood as personal examination of the bar and her marriage, was a resident of Key Annie K. Hog!: vs. D. P. Smith,adminis- write to F. E. Clark, president, United

Pilot, and we shall look for them on their channel himself, and report if he will be West, and many years tgo had thoroughly tratordecision'reserred and returnedto Society C. E., 50 Broomfield street, Boston j
:Mass the Florida State
** back the steamers throughthe traveled Florida and it County Court. ; or ,
/ with an expression of satisfaction willing to pilot new through brings Ocala or J. R. Lyman, Melbourne,
j which the result of a trip to inlet. If not, they will be orderedto back vividly recollections of former daysto All other cases were ,continued to the special sec'y, for the Indian River coun-

the east coast. proceed to Indian River inlet instead. visit this land once again. next term in regular course. try. E.


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.fng the eruption they could distinctly seethe -
or Ms wire ana aaughter. TAe reaction

1.1.BURNED TO DEATH. from naturally opiates leaves administered him physically yesterday weaker. PHOSPHATES. ran deep down red the glow mountain.of the molten natives Richardsonwas lava as it AROIIERCONSuL

His BOO Frank reached Washington regarded by as phenomenally
daring, but his expedition
about 1 o'clock this morning, and re-
mained at the executive mansion duringthe resulted In no harm to himself or hisxxrty. _

night. This morning he went to the Another Boom for the Land of .
Secretary Tracy's house of Bancroft Davis and joined Gen. Condemned Murderer Escapes. More Charges Against Oar Rep

Residence Destroyed. Catlin. Orange Blossoms. GREENSBORO, N. C., Feb. 5.-Lige resentath at Morocco.
The arrangements for the funeral of Moore, colored, who was to have hanged
Mrs. Tracy and her daughter will be decided heN next Friday for the murder of

His Daughter and Her Maid upon Kt the same time. The latest Lively Interest Takan to the Laura Hiatt, escaped from jail Friday.He Hots Accused of Swlndllt

Perish In the Flames. reports from the others who were injuredat New Discoveries. procured an iron bar with which he 3 a
the fire state that they are getting opened his cell and then fastened in the Poor Moor Out of $85

along very nicely. jailer, who was at work on the gallowson
HZn. 'I'noc7lAap. From a Window and Many believe the fire was caused by Th Deposit Coyer Hundreds of Acres the third floor. The jailer raised an By Claiming to Give Dim
_: Receive Injuries From Which She incendiarism, and there are plenty of and In Some Pktoes Are Said to He alarm, but did not attract attention until -
clews to support such a theory. The Seventy Feet. In Thickness Southern Moore had made good his escape. tJ'uwloobh OQcJol*-BUI to Legltlml -
After Die -The Secretary Ueeoa.d -
( Soon suddennfcfcs with which the five broke ** the Sow of the Duke of Cam.

a;' In an t7ne0I1.eM1I8 Condition.WASHINOTOK. Florida Overrun With Speculators, All PRIVILEGES OF SCHOOL TEACHERS. bridge-Crisis Reported In the
i Feb. 8.-At 7 o'clock ont in all parts of the house and the apparent Anxious: to Buy L&nd.JACKSONVILLE French
of some of the inmates They Con Flog Pupils, But It Must De Cabinet-Other Foreign News.
this morning fire stuper Fla., Feb. 5.-A correspondent -
seem to demonstrate that iucendiariam With Moderation. TAKOIER, Feb. 8.-The Morocco Times
started in the of The Cincinnati Commercial
! had followed an attempted if not successful MONTOOUEItY: Alx, Feb. -The su- prints & damaging story against rnit: l
: basement of Secretary Gazette sends the following to his paper:
; Tracy's robbery. I Th writer ran down to south Florida preme court of Alabama, Wednesday, States Consul William Reed Lewis. ,1
The Funerti rendered Its first decision on the extent poor Moor claims Lewis gave him
r. i I
residence on I a few days to ascertain by personal protection
: WASHINGTON, Feb. 6.-The funeral of of a schoolmaster's right to flog a pupil. papers against Moorish official
in this
street between inspection what there is phosphate -
i\ Seventeenth and Mrs. Tracy and her daughter, Miss :I craze as I was inclined to call it. The opinion was delivered by Mr. JusticeSomerville for 85, agreeing with two Jews chin.

" .t and Mary Tracy occurred Wednesday, services i Great crowds of fertilizer men, bankers, ., in the caso of B. II. Boyd ing to be American citizens, that n
if t Eighteenth, being held at the executive man I railroad directors, chemists and their against the state,and laid down at lengththe could be paid in five annual install-;
soon spread to the law of using the rod in the school-
camp followers, have been rushing ments. The Moor gave a
mortgage tithe
f | upper floors. The sion.There was no time Tueedp.y to send through and away from here to see for room, and the extent to which the rightof Jews who advanced the m ,nr ,-
family were all themselves. Lands in certain localities chastisement can be carried to preserve
out notices or invitations to the friendsof I When the Moor had enjoyed ha .
f .. asleep and their the family, and BO a notice of the have been bought at the asking price the discipline of the school. but he protection
is school teacher in Pike twenty days was pour..rdupon
J! Boyd
escape was cut funeral was Inserted in the papers, witha without any attempt to jew the seller, a
but snapping him and his county, and some months ago he by the Jews, who demanded tLtj-:
sma. TRACY. off before the ter- request that it be considered by the up getting
r fled servants could awaken them. official and personal friends of the family sign and seal with. the utmost ha&te whipped one of his pupils severely. He money back again. The charge h directly
was prosecuted in a criminal court in made that Lewis
an invitation for them to attend. No Trouble to Sell Laml. openly took C-
Mrs. whose chamber is in the
Tracy, that for assault and and
county ,
rear of the house, was awakened by the That this invitation was very liberally I Everybody: who has lands in certain was convicted. He appealed his case to protection monoy. .

noise made by the servants, who called interpreted the gathering by the curious around, was the provedby White belts was written or wired to, and, if he the supreme court setting up the pleathat The thus Morocco: Times concludes its article

to her from the alley running along the named a figure, was pretty sure to see he had a legal right to administerthe
House grounds at an early hour Wednes somebody in a day or two with a deedto "The only thing to be done to sire
" back of the house. She ran to the win- flogging to maintain discipline in his this unfortunate Moorisk family from
day. sign and cash to pay for it. The rail-
._ dow, and, seeing the smoke rolling out A Great Crowd. roads were called on for deeds faster school. ruin and death is for the United State*
(. from the lower windows, leaped to the By the time arrived for the funeral, 11 than they could write them, and landson "seeks While to the law children, says the judge the* government to settle the claim of.the Jewsand

alley and was horribly crushed on the o'clock, there was a jam at the gates, I their lines were suddenly withdrawn protect against pay all the expenses that have been
oi cruel teacher barbarous
stoned with which it is paved. She brutality a or a incurred in and about the
rough matter. The
and the drive and the surroundingstreets from market. They were the ;
way among
f was lifted by tender hands and hurriedly were crowded with carriages. I, list to realize the meaning of this sudden parent,of it correction is important anJJisclplinc"by not to paralyzethe : had no manner ot ri,; ht to send a representative -

, carried'to the residence of Mr. Rheemon The east room, where the !services were demand. One man whom I know the power rod which for has been deemed hero, and maintain him in hi*
- Eighteenth street, where she soon af- to be held, was crowded. In the centerof was asked what he would take for a alike ages the of position year after year, to iwiadU and

.. terwards died. the room were the two caskets, forty acre tract in Marion county. He necessary their children on part from parentsto then imprison poor, hard working peo

In the meantime, a general alarm had mother and daughter, side by side. answered that he would not self at re the prevent victims of bad habits and nuisancesto becoming pie."
been turned In and engine in the --
I every
' Almost Hidden In Flower tail-that he owned 400 acres there.What'il and the of teachers to .
city had hurried to the scene. Ladders society; on part CHEAPENING ROYALTY.The
were quickly placed to the windows and At the head of the casket was placed a you "take for it all? "Ten preserve the healthy discipline of the
dollars an acre. "Draw up your deedl"He Three ttoua ./ the Duke of Oan
schools without which all efforts
the firemen rushed hurriedly throughthe large spreading palm, the branches of to promote
windows and doors. which bung in graceful curves over the drew it, and was paid. The land the education of the present and bridge Mar He Lgltlralee

Secretary Tracy was found in his two biers. The caskets were hardly viable cost him 81.25 four or five years ago. future generations: will prove a lament- LOXDOK. Feb. 8.-It is regarded as c- !'

Toom unco 1sbious. He was taken to the because of the mass of flowers which The forty sold the 400. able failure.", taro that the bin to legitimize the tLrx

: house where his wife had already been were heaped upon them. Through the Orange Groves. The right on the part of teachers to sons of the Duke of Cambridge will sues
'. I took the Belt railroad the rod without malice immoderation
carried. The Services. Orange at Mon- use or come up in parliament, and club max
Miss Mary Tracy was found in the roe, near Sanford and ran down through and for proper cause, is pro-
At o'clock the services began with are offering odds that it will pass.
,t. back hall on the second floor burned almost groves whose leaves are so dark that nounced to be so old a custom ad to be
the singing by the Schubert quartette of This will te viewed in the light of agraceful
blue and whose 1 established "a of the
beyond recognition. they; are golden apples now as part com-
"I Cannot Always Trace the Way.rThen compliment to the commanderinchief
Mrs. Wilmerding, a daughter of the the procession of clergy, followed rival, yea, surpass those of the garden of mon law of tip school room." In the of her majesty's forces oa the
jumped from the second-story choristers Hesperides. the express messenger was present caaa it b shown that the defendant -
secretary, by a long line of from St.Douglass' occasion of his retirement from the ex-
window with Mrs. Tracy, and was throwing out empty crates of strawberry used a stick or limb of a tree, and
church (St. John's) emerged alted potitionhich he has held so long
picked in a conscious condition by boxes every few miles. At the stations struck the pupil, a boy of 18, over the
up from the state dining room, singing as A silent thanksgiving will go up from
the firemen, and taken to the house of they boxes of oranges, berries and tomatoeswere head, and bruised hw eye by striking him the officers of the who have suf-
the northbound. On the with his fist. He showed army
Mr. Bancroft Davis She awaiting great temper
near by. was
came Secretary Tracy and fered, of them for the better
many parts
south shores of Lake thousands and other exhibitions of malice in the
badly bruised by the fall but will recover. Apopka
his son Frank Gen. Catlin, Robert of a life time, from the pig-headed obstinacy -
of in The act of chastisement. The of the
acres are planted: tomatoes. judge
Graves and wife the President and :Mrs.Harrison and whimsicalities of the autocratic
The charred remains of Josephine, a Apopka mountains are the coming win- criminal court of Pike county convictedhim
Vice President and Mrs. Morton duke, against whose acts as thequeen's
French maid in the honse, was found in Secretary Blaine and wife. Lieut. ter gardens of Florida-there may be of assault and battery and the supreme near relative there was no appeal
other lands but these court affirms the decision.
her room by the firemen.A as good, are
Mason and Mr. Raymond, naval secre- while, in active operations the
few moments after the alarm was tary and private secretary respectivelyto cleared and being planted now. CAPTIVE WITH THE INDIANS. officers were freed from his meddling,

turned in Senator Chandler arrived and Secretary Tracy, officers of the navy Acres of TVeth. greatly to their and the nation's rebel

stationed himself at the door of the and bureau chiefs army officers and Just beyond this backbone of the state, Story of a Little White Child Carried but at home they lived in coustant dread

Rheem's residence. He sent for Drs others. on the western slope of the watershed, Away from the United States. of his orders, issued almost daily and

Ruth and Wales,who hurried from their The regular Episcopal services for the in the carboniferous age, there must WINNIPEG, Man., Feb. 7.-When Lord often hopelessly contradictory in their
; beds and did all in their power to resuscitate dead were recited by Dr. Douglass, of have been vast crowds of mastodons Stanley general and nature. He was particularly strong la
governor party,
the secretary and his wife. St. Johns. The hymn, "Jesus Lover of saurians and winced creatures, and regard to uniforms, as the poorer officer
visited the Canadian
' Blackfoot Indiana'reservation
They were successful in the secretary'scase My Soul." was then rendered by St. sharks on these life-teeming shores by knew to their cost, and tome of his pet
t but Mrs. Tracy never regained consciousness Johns' choir. Dr. Elliot read the lesson the millions! ? Their teeth are found last fall, near :McLeod, very designs were to astounding that cabinet

r; and died a few moment's be- of the dead which was followed by the therej acres of them-feet, not inches, pretty little white child of 5 or 6 years, ministers have several times been compelled

I': fore 9 o'clock. choir singing Rock of Ages," in which in thickness. was noticed playing about with the to interfere to prevent their adop
The house was completely gutted and Indian children. On inquiry it
those present joined. Dr. Douglass recited The Depo 1ts. was
, the furniture is a total loss. The value the Lord's prayer and gave final I But in BOrne places are deposits nearly learned from an Indian interpreter tion.The sons, ;if parliament in its wisdom

of the furniture is estimated at $8,000. benediction which closed the services.The as white as chalk, a few and often many named Winnipeg Jack that the girl, shall declare them legitimate, will b*
f The place was magnificently furnished, who belonged to trim, had been capturedin
Pallbearers. feet below the surface, from a few nominally princes of the blood and it b
all of the furniture being new. Secretary the United States during an Indian
understood that the Prince of Wales and
inches to feet in thickness the
Sixteen trim sailors stepped forward many ,
Tracy continued to his residence raid. Lord tried
1 keep Stanley to induce the
' and bore the caskets to the two hearses thickest said to be several feet I It has his brethren whose status u 00 aneureJ
in Brooklyn where Mrs. Indians with child
to the but
Tracy, part they
r followed by the pallbearers, mourners been seen before in past years and con- are not averse totbefrrecognition.
who invalid resided would not.
wee an a greater and relatives. The pallbearers sidered carbonate of lime. It is phos- will be more or lees bitter oppoaitioa
: 'part of the time. For Mrs. Traoy-Secretaries Windom, phate of lime. It is worth $5 a ton free The girl's story got into the press, and from the left wing of parliament, in the
;t' John S. Schriver, the Washington correspondent thus reached the information of the
board and be there for course of which some disagreeable troth
, Proctor, Noble and Rusk, Attorney Gen- on cars, can put
of The New York Mail and
" eral Miller., Postmaster GeneralVana' 1 or $2 at most; by machinery for loss Washington government. Correspondence will be told, but it is a fact that some of
Express, found $600 near the Mere followed and sufficient informa-
spot ,
than $1. There thousands of tons the radicals are in favor of practically
are to
maker, Porter, Rear Admiral
t 'Mrs. Tracy fell, and it is supposed that tion was obtained to make it apparentthat
, Rodgers, Maj. Gen. Schofield and J. S. the acre. The demand is now in excess cheapening royalty.
she had the money in her hand when the little girl is the daughter of
of What wonder that
such lands
F. Stranahan.For .
,;. iSbe left the burning house. supply. some American officer who was killedin The Vreuch Cabinet Crisis
Miss Tracy-Passed Assistant Surgeons Ils at ,000 an acrelProspeetors!
The Cause.There battle with Indians. Accordingly, PARIS,Feb. d.-The Temps denies thereis -
W. A. and Robert Whiting .
McClung Bn '
) the other day a United States officer at cabinet crisis material
are several stories as to the present a or any
and Passed! Assistant Paymaster Augers are beincr bored day and night rived at ficLeod under instructions divergence of views between minister
cause of the fire, but the most plausibleone
A. K. Michler U. S. N. and Messrs.
I Men who
by prospectors. can draw from his
government to the critical The
recover nature.
appears to be that it was the result on measures a
Charles M. Frank Lea Frederick
[tJ of a defective flue. Ray, their checks for $100,000 are walking child at any cost. This may not be a difference that did exist between M.
The Lous. Johnsoa.McKinney, John Biddle and Charles round in old clothes and slouch hats to particularly simple operation, as the In- Constans and M. Tirard has been recon:
see that lands are not salted. Their disguise dians will probably refuse to give ciled.
The insurance on the Tracy house The hearses were each drawn by two
is not thrown of! until they pocket her up. The cabinet council held at the Elyae
r .amounts $25,000, divided equally among white horses. They proceeded toRock deeds. A great many thousand dollars for 191.
'; the following companies: Etna and Creek cemetery side by side. perhaps several million have gone intothese Fought Ills Executioners. The Tuesday addition, considered the budget estimates to

Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; the Among those who followed the remains phosphate lands already, and the PARIS, Feb. B.shockin scene took the ordinary of extra increases war the c1e do"eI'
( ; ; of Massachusetts, and the to the cemetery were the presi- demand increases every week.St. place at; the execution of Murderer budget Rourier
" Frank, of Philadelphia. dent and Mr. Frank Tracy, Vice President Durand on Monday. As usual the .convict 100,000,000 francs. M.
t The insurance on the furniture is estimated Morton and Mrs. Harrison, and Petersburg.St. was not informed of the hour of proposes to meet this by increasiaz the
[ at $6,000, which is divided be- Gen. Catlin and Mr. and Mrs. Graves. Petersburg, the end of the orange doom till a few minutes before the time. tax on alcohol from 150 francs the bee- .
tween several companies. Placed In Vault belt, will b* the shipping port for muchof He screamed and fought violently, but tolitre (twenty-six gallons) to fly fraca
this phosphate. They have the hectolitre.
I' deepwater
The remains were placed, with brief the executioners dragged his head
f' SECRETARY TRACY RECOVERING and ocean steamships are now
ceremonies, in the receiving vaults, landing there. The richest of these de- through the lunette of the guillotine and COSTA RICA'S PRESIDENT

JFrom the CffeoU ,of Suffocation-Society where they will rest for the present. posits will go Europe, the lower grades held it there till the ax fell.
Interviewed in Chicago Conoernl&ff theNloarag.a
Under a Cloud. Secretary Tracy, after the ceremony, will be used to make Florida the very Decided Against the United States.

WASHINGTON, Feb. 4. Secretary retired to his apartments in the White garden of the gods." COPEXHAQEX, Feb. 8.-Sir E. J. Mon- Canal.

"Tracy is considered out of danger this House. He bore up remarkably well, Down here in January we have fresh son, British minister to Greece, to whom CHICAGO, Feb. President Bernard

morning, but his mental anguish is so but Mr. Frank Tracy's grief was so strawberries, tomatoes, cabbage beets, as arbitrator, was referred the dispute Soto, of Costa Rica, arrived in tilt city,

great that the unconsciousness which great that at the conclusion of the services peas, and bananas, guavas and the flesh between the United States and Denmark, Wednesday morning, and registered at

lasted so long seemed more merciful he was assisted from the room. of the tarpon, whose skin, with silver arising from the Butterfield claim for the Palmer house. He Is traveling incognito

than his awakening. Secretary Tracy left the east room on scales bigger than the dollar of the dad damages for vessels lost near St. Thomas, in company with his wile and

L The dead wife and daughter He in the the arm of the president. President dies, will grace the dining room of the West Indies, many years ago, has de- his mother. President Soto left Costar

center of the east room of the White Harrison subsequently joined Mr. Frank old homstead hereafter, richest and cided in favor of Denmark on all the Rica, Dec. 24, and went by steamer directly
House in somber coffins, where they Tracy. The eat room was intolorably rarest of ornaments. points involved. to San Francisco. Since that time

have so often greeted their hosts of close during the services, and two of the Phosphate is a reality, and its possibilities he has visited several western cities
iriends.Mr. choirboys were taken out in a fainting are incalculable, incredible. :More: Trouble on the London Dock Omaha last. He is traveling. quiet a*

Gawler, the undertaker, had the condition. LONDOK, Feb. 8.-The dock, wharf possible, as be wants rest and better
bodies taken in two hearses from Attorney Among those who were present at the PEERING INTO COLIMA. and warehouse owners of London have health. He says there was no fighting

General Miller's to the White House services were: Senators Edmunds, Hale, A Daring Naturalist' Camps formed a union, with the object of in Costa Rica In November, and there
-and placed upon two black-covered Spooner, Voorhees and Hiscock; Repre- Directly on making war aeainst the tyranny of{; the has not been any since then.
the Border of the VoloAno.CITY .
F stands in the east room. The casketsare sentatives McKinley, Richardson and Dock Laborers union. Both sides are ''The only revolution," aId he, UWas
covered: with black velvet and the McKenna; Chaplain Butler, of the sen- OF MEXICO, Feb. 3.-William R. now thoroughly aroused, and a general ont provided for by law, and the objections -

mountings are of silver. each ex-Senator Davis, of West Virginia; Richardson,the young Boston naturalist, lockout or a general strike will probably which were then raisdwere not

casket are long leaved palms, with Count D'Arco-Valley, Sir Julian Paunce- has finished his work in the Sierra Ne- follow this action. backed by force of arms. Tbepeow

sweet peas and lilies fote, Assistant Secretaries of State vada mountains and on the active volcano are all happy and n9'OIperoa.L. Th*
r.* No final arrangements for the funerallave Wharton and Adee, Admiral Ramsey, of Colima, where he has been Silver Coinage In Chlnu. Nicaragua canal will be ( the greatest
been made as and will be Judge Advocate General Remey, mem- SAX FRANCISco, Feb. 8.-Advices from
yet, none camped for the last two months. From benefit to the Now mahogany
made 4 until the arrival of bers of the Japanese legation Gen. China by steamer Rio de Janeiro Tues Yore
Secretary the extreme summit of the Sierra Ne- ] bound for New has to be shipped
Tracy's eon and Gen. Catlin, his brother- Benet Indian Commissioner Morganand vada he could look down into the craterof day, state that Li Hung Chang is said around South America, but the construction
,in-law. Brig. Gen. Greeley, chief signal to contemplate a project for the intro-
the volcano. There were every fiveor of the canal will cut off all that
I The funeral of the maid, Josephine officer.First more hours signs of ativity, great duction of silver coinage in China. tremendous distance. AU the peopj
In Tears.It
Horrell, took place to-day. Mrs. Harrion Many clouds of vapor, gas and ashes goingup Indication of a Wreck. favor its construction, and the government
} < caused inquiries to be made and ascertained bee been many years since there has with magnificent effect and rising to LON-DOX, Feb. 8.-A number of life Is disposed to be very liberal (o &he-
f fi that the girl! had no relatives been a funeral from the White House, a tremendous height but from the Sierra canal "
hatches. cabin company
buoys, furniture
the last that of Mr. Dent etc.,
in this country. The president's wife being Mrs. Nevada no sound could be heard. come ashore indicates the

then made arrangementslor the funeral. Grant's father, during President Grant's Richardson, being determined to In- the British steamer Cape foundering Clear, from of Another Victim of the Bzploclo

Secretary: Tracy will be removed to administration. vestigate nearer at hand, moved his Liverpool Jan. 80, for R 3ario. COLUMBUS, 0., Feb. 8.-John Ostetot,
the White House to-day by order of the to the side of the volcano ---,
Politic In Peru. camp at great a well known citizen, aged c3 *%
'president Mrs. Wilmerding, the surviving LIMA, Feb. 6.A Democratic assembly personal risk pitching his tent at the up- Very Rough Pa'cage. and the owner of the bo&ing >

daughter, and her little girl Alice composed of three delegates from per line of pine trees and just below the NEW YORK, Feb. 5.-The steamship blown up by"natural JEW a week ao,

E .,are recovering. each department of the republic, met lower line of ashes and lave. The trees Waesland which arrived here Sunday bin a precarious condition. He wa

t' All invitations have been recalled, and Saturday and proclaimed Mcalcas de above had'all been burned up;and it was night, reports having encountered heavy standing near one of the buildings where

k .a cloud hangs over Washington that can Perala, the party's candidate for the impossible to walk in the deep bed of: gales all the way aver. On Jan. 4 a the explosion occurred, and turned a.

r' Jiardly be lifted this winter. presidency. This is the first time that ashes. From this point Richardson and tidal wave swept overboard and drowned somersault. A few days afterward ne

1 As the effect of opiates wear off Secre- an assembly of such nature has been organized his Indian followers could hear the the fourth officer and quartermaster, began to feel the effects of his In jane*,

IS1!Tracy realizes_ more. keenly.the. !Joss in Peru. sounds of the.volcano. One night. dur- and stove in the forward wheel house and has been gradually growing worse

and port life boat. until he is now cot expected to>> recOTfr. .

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CRISP is still a vigorous and
CONDENSATIONS. energetic worker.
BREVITIES His latest picture, "My Playmate," Is Indian River Steamboat Co. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA

At the New Year's ball in New York justly entitled to a good deal of praise. I -

$100,)DOOOOof pearls are said to have
piE GENTLER SEX been worn, GASTRONOMICAL TK BITS Schedules in effect JAN. 27, 1890. A. B. CAMPBELL

A kid glore with STEAMER ST. LUCIE,
jfne, Carnot, wife of the pew of in the palm for the wearer to keep car Bermuda tomatoes are choice. Leaves TITUSVILLE :Mondays Wednesdays Jacksonville, Fla.

jYaace, ia said to be the best dressed and fare is one of the latest devices for com Fresh figs are delicious eating. and Fridays for Jupiter. i ____ .

most charitable woman in Paris. fort. Choice, clean cranberries. como from STEAMER GEORGIANA, Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos, Haines

No one wears more gorgeous diamonds Rich Mexican women think nothingof Cape Cod. Leaves Titusville daily at..6 a m Bros. Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &

ja Washington than Mrs. Morton, andj making purchases costing from $1,000to Condensed milk should contain 14 percent Arrives at :\Ielboume..12 noon White Organs and Chicago Cottage
mannerla most engaging and cordiaL of fat. Organs.
c $3,000. One recently paid $9,000 for a Returning:
jfiflg Nfcolai, of Baltimore, has a pure pearl necklace. Pea is recommended I will Sell and Deliver at nearest.
1'Otoe' with a double register soup as a substitute Lean Melbourne....................12 noon station High Grade your
A for beef
I teoor been only two similar scientist named McCarty says that tea. Arrives Titusville................. 6pm
Zbere have cases the Panama canal will turn the Danish take
gulf cabbages the lead in the Above daily except Sunday.
town in America stream and make Great Britain a land of markets,-Hotel MaU.
lira Amelia Bloomer Is now four score : icebergs and Polar bears. STEAMER WHITE PIANOS

j years and ten, and for the past thirty I Ir There are no small private dwellingsin Leaves :Melbourne daily.
Wild Bones of the Sleft'Mo
she ban worn what she calls the"draggle
1 years skirt"of conve itdonaHty.Mica St. Petersburg. People who cannot There is said to bo a large band of .ce- Connection is made at Titusvillewith
afford to maintain parlors are forced to wild horses, led by a thoroughbred trains of the J., T. & K. W. System OR
Alioo Sanger,the president's typewriter live in apartments like French flats, with known to tho stockmen as tho ''Out to and from all points North, and at

-j and stenographer, is able to take which the city is filled. law Stud rouging between Tntckoo, Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (8

i f aeborthand dictation at the rate of 200 According to Robert Giffin, a British Nevada county, and Peavino, Nev. }riles) where connection is made with

words a minute. Her spelling is said to statistician, the wealth per head of the Years ago the stud, a fine racer escaped the, steamer "Lake Worth" for all landings ORGANSFOR

be absolutely perfect. population of the three richest nationsin to the :mountains and has since on Lake Worth.

';:' Fran Louise Schmidt, of the Royal the world Is as follows. Great Britain, defied capture By desperate riding '\1. B. WATSON: Superintendent.

,; Court theatre, Stuttgart, recently completed $1,450( ; France $050; the United States,. stockmen manage to get into the band G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent. LKSS MONEY than any; other home In the
her three-quarters of a century of and drive out tho c lts. The horses D. F. JACK, General Manager United States. I Will ship a Piano or Organ tony
eainterrupted engagements with that $800.Poganini'a range on the highest peaks beyondwhere honest man or woman on trial and it not
favorite violin-a Garne- satisfactory. I will pay freight both way. $2*
bouse. She made her debut in 1814, be- rius del Gesu of 1743-is rattle or sheep often go. They A. L. Hatch & Son, ash and f 10 a month on a Piano and $10 cash and
1 then 9 yeai-s old. preserved under only go to water cocoa day, aud then U a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
tng a glass case in the municipal palace in single file down the mountain trailas DEALERS IN more than ordinary rent. On these very; liberal
Min Custer, widow of the gallant gen- of Genoa, his birthplace. He bequeathed fast terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for
as they can run. They go backat FREE CATALOGUE containing full information..
eal, is said to be a woman absolutely it to the city on condition that it never their leisure, feeding by the way.- DRY GOODS NOTIONS Sheet Music,Strings,Violins Banjos, Guitars. Ae-
i without fear. She used to accompany should be used. Grass Valley TwHuga. ordeonB, and in fact, every Musical Instrument
that is made,and at low
i very prices. Send for com.
bee husband wherever he would allow Recent excavations in Rome show that Hardware pMe Catalogues. I have 20,000 pieces of Choice
j her to go during his campaigns, and her tho ancient plumbers of the Eternal City A Stone Man la a Caver Crockery, Saddlery, lusic at 10 cents per copy.

1 fl fondness for out of door life has never were obliged to be very particular with In blasting at tho Minnie mine, 01 Stationery, Family Medi- A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5

1 J,B left her. their work. There have been unearthed Aspen mountain, a beautiful cave was cines, Garden Seeds, !

Jlrs. Harrison has been obliged to give great quantities of lead water pipe, each discovered. The walls were covered I J. McALLISTER

up all reading and china painting. To a plainly stamped with the name of the with crystalized lime. and lead and CHOICE GROCERIES, ,

friend she is reported to have said: The owner of the house, the year of the stalactites projected from tho ceiling.A EAU GALLIE.

letters of the people make me the slaveof plumbing the name of the consuls for party was startled to find in one Hay, Corn Mapes Fertilizers. Is prepared to Sink ARTESIAN f

my pen. I meet the mail with a that year and that of the reigning em- chamber n petrified nxin wiili a flintax CITY POINT FLORIDA. WELLS at any plactfbetween Geor ian .
budget of letters. Write as briefly as I peror. aud bowl at his sido. Other stone and St. Lucie 75c. per foot to 300ft.

for men were found, all in tho suu.; po PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Will contract to any depth.
it is to
can impossible me get my Recent observations of the waters of sition. ttereseaU.dvtth their
uniting table cleared. Great Salt lake provo conclusively that heads their knees .d
Iii. on at arms clasped Barrels $2.25. EACOTT
k,,11 Roberts, the wife of the comB the statements made that no form of &l'Oundhcir legs. In attempting to & CO.,

, J n&nder-in-chief in India, has been engaged animal or plant life exists ia the lake lift tho mummies the men broke off Gauged to order, ten cents extra. .

*: in promoting a remarkable work, are erroneous. No fish or other large the arms and discovered that the figures Wheelwrighting and TITUSYIIAE. FI .\.,
supplementing in a great degree the inefficient form of animal life has been discovered, would crumble unless tenderly TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKERS.

'j I measures of the military author- but the presence of vegetable organismsin handled.-London Edition New York C. O. B. ,

', ities. She provides a fund for the training the lake may be considered a fact Herald. Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers

. : and equipment of nurses for the from the abundance of minute animal from $2.00 up. GUTTERING, ROOFING,

, soldiers' hospitals for the whole of India. existences. INCENDIARISM Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
j Tanksand
Thought: by Many to Have I) en the Cause :
..... all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.
There are various theories OR to the And Repairing: of all kinds
: ring that; is taking the place of the T.
Mr. Jefferson received JOIINSOX
,) Joseph $12,000 I cause of the conflagration. Baffled at I ,
ice diamond shaped cluster is a opal
; his .
1 for autobiography.Mr surrounded by diamonds.A I every other turn many minds naturallyturn LaGrange : : Florida.
I FarnelTs favorito diversion is said to incendiarism, and there are plen- Drugs Drugs Drugs!

LAS to be running a scroll saw. plain gold wire bracelet, worked ty of clews to support the theory. The
into tho of hook and SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALEThe
? 'Professor Tucker, of Andover, is said pattern an ordinary suddenness with which the fire broke
, eye, is a design recently imported from out in all parts of the house, and the
to limit the original thinkers of America Europe. apparent stupor of some of the inmates Subscriber offers for Sale, in Lotsto I

I \1 to three, Jonathan Edwards, Benjamin seem demonstrate that incendiarism suit Purchasers, some A Fine Assortment of ..
Pretty and acceptable to a young
very !
r Franklin and Nathaniel Hawthorne. had i, i-owed an attempted if not suc- '

c Mr. Spurgeon, addressing the readers person is a pair of earrings with dia- ces&ful robbery.The 500 Acres of Selected Portionsof DRUGS, ,,
monds mounted in the center of a circje *
_ it his latest book of sermons, concludes of small gold sleigh bells.Artistloconception Effect on Society. the above-named Lands.
r by signing himself "Yours, at the end of The effects of the awful tragedy are PATENT MEDICINES, \-*:

r thirty-five volumes, most gratefully, C. : exquisitely shown widespread in society. The carrying of Situated on Sebastian Bay and Indian
H I in an elaborate lace pin representing a the bodies of the two dead ladies to the SYRINGES,
E White House and their burial from there River
diamond lying across a golden ,
Herr Possart, the German actor, before I of virtually ends the official hospitalities of STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET.
drawn two
sleigh by Esquimaux: dogs
..: stepping on the stage: ,bends his body the same material. the season. Were it otherwise the Presi- AND ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR ARTICLES

f' forward until it forms a right angle with dent and Mrs. Harrison, in the face of WINTER HOMES.
Neptune's trident in variegated gold, these successive calamities in the cabinet Kept constantly on hand. f
hit legs, shakes his head vigorously and
' with diamond tipped prongs and havinga household, could not feel able to go on These Lands are in the immediate
: _:. then stands straight again. Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
up vicinity of the
dolphin of diamonds and rubies sport- with any works of a public social char-

,'-: governor Brackejtt, of :Massachusetts, ively clinging to the handle, forms a acter. FINEST FISHING, HUNTING, compounded at all hours.
. is very fond of the theatre. He attends handsome lace pin. Invitations Withdrawn. AND SEA BATHINGTo
-.:; noted in Boston. He Druggist,
every performance in execution and of As soon as the deaths of Mrs. and Miss
Care originality
. Mimes an air of statuesque repose in : Tracy wero known nearly all prominent be found in the whole Indian TITUSVILLE FLA.
. shown in lace of recent ,
his box, but is very generous in his applause design aro a pin families, who had cards out for parties River Section, and have also the advantage *
II( production. A rosette of small diamonds that would occur this week sent private of Daily Communication bj
mounted in the center of a moonstone and public to withdraw them Steamers with all \OTICE.
messages points north.
1\ 1 The late Henry W. Grady was a great
> formed the
keystone, beautifully ,
Actual Settlers and
will be
Improvers All concerned will take notice that'sixmonths
i raconteur. He was a master of ,
article. A row of pearls encircle the specially favored. Correspondence in- after date I will final
j. end afraid of giving a good The Klower Oct of a Job. present my
was never *
keystone.-Jewelers Weekly. vited. Address, account to Honorable Minor S. Jones,
And the blower also! must
story plenty of coloring. It was considered organ eraHo
County Judge of Brevard county, Florida,
: ; a remarkable thing in the office oft DOINGS OF ROYALTY. has gone most of the churches Frank H. Allen, Norwich, Conn. and pray for an order dismissing me from
but old Trinity held out againstany
The Atlanta Constitution if a week went 28-3t. the further execution on the estate of JohnE.

it. by without a new yarn from Grady. Tho Prince of Wales forbids tho use of: innovations. Now even Trinity Moore, late of said county, deceased.S. .
I' His stories were always witty but never his namo In connection with "soaps." has fallen into the line and electricity NEW H. BAY, Administrator.
f.. 1 vulgar. I will do the work formerly doue by Titusville, Jan. 6, 1890. 386mo.
Isabella boasts that she is
The wIll be to in-
muscle. next thing
!%1 Gayarre. the famous tenor who hast I deeper in debt than any other woman in troduce electrical attachments for Indian River LandAND NOTICE.

just died in Madrid, could sing all the Europe. playing the organ. They are already
most difficult tenor roles with perfect King Humbert has a great predilectionfor used for pianos.-New fork Commercial In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial

ease, but in the high notes his voice had going out in wet weather. As soon Advertiser :El:01o1.; COn:1.pan.y: : Circuit of the State of Florida, Dade
'" County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery. '
metallic ring, which hindered-his success as the rain appears be orders his horse ROCK LEDGE, FLA. Albert M. Field \
!;:1 in northern Europe. The Madrile- and off ho sets with one of his aides- Divorce

_-! nos"'ere'true to him to tho last,and will camp. We are opening in our fine Hotel a Land Leahretta C. Field J

.. give him a magnificent: tomb at Pam- Czar Alexander HI of Russia has a China's 800,000,000 people one- Office. We think that many of the thous- Upon the bill in said suit being filed and ,
pehna called the tenth are agriculturalists.An ands of that with us will be
strangers stop
Mapleson Gayarre firm belief in his own exalted dignity, due proof made, as appears by the affida-
"demon tenor," because he could singeverything. and although a lover of peace, lie will English firm manufactures 5,000- liable to buy property if it is presented to vit 01 complainant to the same, showingthat
them and facilities such that
moment's hesitation 000 tin soldiers yearly out of old sardine ; our are we the said defendant resides out of said
without -
nevertheless, a think be of service both to
we can great State, it is hereby ordered that a hearing
RICH IN YEARS. plunge his country into a disastrouswar cans. sellers and buyers.Correspondence. I>e had on the facts charged in said bill on
against any odds to fulfill what he There are in France 877 associations of solicited.
the first Monday in April, A. D. 1890, and
f Modern poets enjoy longevity. Brown- considers to be his sacred duties. employers 601 of workingmen and 597 of 34 J. M. LEE & BRO. that said Leahretta C. Field do appear be-

ing lived to be 77. Wordsworth, Bry- The late ex-empress of Brazil had been farmers. fore said court on or before said first Monday

*&*! Emerson and Longfellow were old married to Dom Pedro for forty-six Women employed on the Volga river, in April, 1890, and plead or answer tosaid

den. years and her death is a heavy blow to .n Russia, work from 4 o'clock in the FOR SALE bill and defend against the same and
affection of the morning till sunset. They 140 the facts charged therein and to do further
The late Abner Nash 100 years old her husband strong carry
and receive what said shall considerin
of Harrington, Me., was a veteran of the aged couple for each other being most pounds of freight up high ladders. Men THE said cause.

"r of all its touching. The empress had been4n a get 22 cents per day, women 18 cents. .
1813 and fought in princi- RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF Done at Chambers at Tavares this 9th
pal battles. delicate state of health for many years, day of December A. D.18S9. ;

A family Me. consistsof and had suffered much from deafness. A \Vbi8tllng. Tree. L. E. BARNES, JOHN D. BKOOME,
at West Bethel ,
She was a princess in the royal house of Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida in..
a Tho musical or whistling tree is
couple 85 and 80 of age respectively ROCK LEDGE FLA.
years .. and for the Seventh Judicial Circuit. '
who live alone and do mostof Naples found in the West Indian islands, in
Nubia and the Soudan. It has a Containing Seven and One-Third ALBERT F. QCIMBY,
their work. But they do not lack for ART NOTES. peculiar 35 Clerk Juno Fla.
magic or e.xcitemen-tbey' keep fifteen shaped leaf, and pods with a Acres of Land fronting on Indian River ,

pet csta It is reported that Meissonler, since.his split or open edges The wind'passing Large Roomy RESIDENCE, elegantly NOTICE.TREASURY .
has seemed to lose all through these gives out the sound ] Finished. Also a Three-Room
later Usobris Slaton of Fayette ambition to e.xcelin art. Ho spends very which gives the tree its peculiar name. COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of DP'T STATE OF FLORIDA, ) g

COQaty, Ga, was a remarkable man in time in his studio, and does a great In Barbadoes there is a valley filled the most desirable places in Rock Ledge COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, V-
o J respects. He was 81 years old and and daubing.A with these trees, and when the trade hammock. TALLAHASSEE, January 1, 1890, J
had lived in the same house for sixty- deal of aimless sketching winds blow across the island a constant For price, terms, etc., apply to I, William D. Earned, Comptroller of
**years. By his first wife he bad sevtctc little sketch of Monterey, Mexico, moaning, deep toned whistle is Cocoa Fla. the State of Florida, do certify that $
fifteen Gen. Grant's initials in the corner, Albert A. Taylor, banking association under the name of the
n children, and by his second with heard from it, which, in the still hoursof
found at Georgetown, 0. Itwas Indian River State Bank, loeated at Titus-
Around his bedside when he died has been the night, has a very weird-and unpleasant -
Were seventeen of his nineteen livingtbfldrea. sent by young Grant, then a lieutenant effect. A. M. Hamilton & Co., ville, Brevard county, State of Florida,
Miss Mary Ann King, one of A of which and organized under Chapter 3864 Laws, a
., He had grandchildren too nut to a species acacia grows
FLORIDA Florida has this in this office
sold it. file
oca to mention whose sisters recently very abundantly in the Soudan, is and
articles of association organization --
Hoses Dalton, of Rye says an Exeter Mrs. Leland Stanford, of California, also called the "wnistling tree" by the Wholesale Dealers In proper certificate, and has complied fully

'aea.)letter, was a very peculiar man. has obtained the permission of the Em- natives. Its shoots are frequently, by; with the provisions of said act required to

$e never married, but always lived by peror William II to have a copy made of the agency of the larvaj of insects, Indian River Oysters complied with before commencing the
: distorted in and swollen into
fit, doing his own housework. At the Sistine Madonna," in the Dresden shape business of banking, and that said association
time he familkaPortsmouth The only condition the emperor : globular bladder from one to two is hereby authorized to commence a
furnished butter to gallery.
inches in diameter. After the insect
made without Imposed was that he should name the I FISH banking business under the name of the
which has from circular hole in
emerged a Indian River State Bank, and at the place
{ help. He In the can inr artist to do the work
JJ never rode the side of this swelling, the opening, above designated.
*}?*. T9bJs. sister, who ftved about It is generally acknowledged that w. played upon by the wind becomes a Green Turtle and Game. Given under my hand and seal of office
&mfle from his house be was very IL Beard has the finest bead of any.artist musical instrument, equal in sound to this the first day of January A. D. 1890.
2** attached, and always visited herM in New York. Be Is the Longfellow a sweet toned flute. -St.Louis Republic AU orders will receive prompt and careful at.tentioniettteer W. D. I3ARNES, ;

,M& dar. --'.... ofjbeprofessk>n. Despite hIs.Tear ha -. or person by telegraph, 11 33-60 days. Comptroller,

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:THE FLORIDA STAR. Melbourne. strong wind blew cinders into one of the Mr. A. P Ball, of Jersey City, has lljpoluxo.We .

Several fine showers last week. rooms, igniting the bedding. Fortunatelythe gone on a hunting and camping trip have been having glorious raiD.

{ PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.mis fire was discovered and extinguishedby down towards Jupiter. He took along, The invocation to Jupiter Pluriui did
Mr. H. is
Whitney planting an acre
one of the ladies just in.time, as'a few with him a tent, a covered wagon and not bring it about, nor did Old Pro!,'.
B. WAGER Editor and f lisher. and a half of beans and tomatoes at Melbourne Progs. I simply hauled boat
r I Beach. minutes would have put it beyond. human saddle horses, a colored man and a boy, paint, and lo the deed was my done All out EJ.t.

$1.AO per Annum. control. together with all of the other necessariesto ture hereabout smiles and
l The Osprey took a large party to Turkey I youraus ..
make ramping and hunting expedi- wears a seven-inch grin.
Entered at the Poet Office at Titueritlca* Creek on Friday. Messrs. Met- MELBOURNE BE.tCH.We
grove tion a succes He expects to be gone Capt. Will H. Moore takes
Second-dan Matter. calf also took a party for the same place. are sorry to hear that owing to the the whei l
ten days or two weeks-if the bears, etc., of the steamer Lake Worth, and I
3 THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper Me&srs. G. E. Ryckman, J. Martin, W. severe illness of Mrs. W. H. Glenn, the show up.Miss to set my clock by his regular expect, at

t for Brevard county. P. Hart.-horn and J. H. Butler, editor of family will not arrive here until late in Hypo landing. ,
the Helen Murphy, of San Antonia,
The Star has the Largest; circulation the Vineyardist, have gone for a hunt up season. Fla., arrived at Cocoa: last week. Miss "There's a chiel amang us takin' note
Miss Grace has conductedthe "
,of any paper on the East coast of Fla. the Banana on the Osprey. Cummings and faith he''ll prent 'em, and we expect
1 school Melbourne Beach most successfully Murphy came here to take charge of the a glowing account of Hypolax"> as J

A SQCARElsonelncbln space; 24 squares The colored school is now closed, the and has a fair number of scholars. public school, aud on Friday morninghad its suburbs. Palm Beach and l"nirkk.

r make a column. attendance having run down and the the school-children meet at Hill's son ton, from Mr Curren's able pen
: A Sunday School was organized
ForadvertisingratesenquireoftheEditoralways enclosing two cent stamp. teacher: having so many calls on his time sometime ago and is well attended. hall-where the school is to be held- Our little burg has at last arrived a:

felt unable to continue its ses iou any and enrolled their names as members of the dignity of possessing a I*. s. weathe
-- longer. Capt. Carey's fine steamer Nyanza, observer and I have ordered more tin w
her school. Now thatOCl has
r THE New York World says that with with a party from Eau Gallie, were at a put on my celluloid collars and cud.
the beginning of Lent', the exodus to The usual services were held at the Melbourne Beach enjoying the sea breeze. school and a competent teacher, the The Government has furnished \pt H

Florida will be unprecedented. The Church of the Holy Trinity, Rev. Dr Mr. and many parents who have complained of I). Pierce with barometer thermometer
Capt. Carey, Engineer Rogers,
is still and there yet Judd officiating. Notwithstanding the having to let their children "run wild," and rain page, and probably before tie
season very young Mrs. J. O. Walton, Mr. and Mrs. William surplus disappears they will send him
Florida threatening clouds a good congregationwas should take pains to have their little aa
remains hundred days of glorious
a Treutler, Capt. and Mr?. Bennett, anemometer gyrascope and horoscope. Is
weather. present ones entered and Sto their attending is awful handy to have
Messrs. C. H. Walton John W. Hunt- things around tj
Mrs E. regularly. Miss Murphy that she tell how hot are and just whf
C. Thomas and Mrs. 5 F.Gibb's Men el and others, says you you >
ington George were
which has the success of the school at heart, and the point is reached when it would be su.
THE east coast canal dredge, I and family have been pending a the number. From the repeated
among icidal to work longer. Then how
left Jacksonville in tow of the steamer few days at Mr. Branch's Ocean Beach hopes to have they co-operation of the any convenient
visits of some of the party we judge they, the rain guage Is, for when.;
3Iabey, bound for Daytona, parted her cottage. Mrs. Thomas leave for Titus- at least consider Melbourne Beach the parents. overflows any fool knows its time to c,.ze

cable at Mosquito inlet during the blow ville Tuesday, we believe. most convenient and easy of access. We Mr. D. A. Blodget and Mr. Henry in; and then too, in a dry time it can d '

last week. Fortunately it drifted in Spring, two distinguished gentlemenfrom duty as a joint of Finch galvanize
We are pleaded to see again among us are pleased to see them at any time. stove pipe. In the absence of the an"

over the bar instead of going out to sea, Mr. J. B. Terry and family of Southold, The Psyche and Flirt, with Dr. Du Grand Rapids Mich., paid Cocoa mometer, when the wind blows! ai tb!:

and lodged on a spit of sand. The L. I. Mr. Terry has interests on the gulf Bo 's.fami1)y, the Misses Hartwell, Mrs. several visits during the past week. Theyare hair off the old mule. hA can report a

steamer Denny succeeded in getting the coast and on Indian river also, but guests of the Hotel Indian River and hairycane. The horoscope will tell us wm
pre- and and Miss II. Allen
Campbell family ,
the weather will be
dredge off Saturday night, and towed it fers to spend his winters here. are perfectly delighted with our Indian day before yesterJaj
Were over for a little recreation. and gyroscope record the density of tLe
into Daytona Sunday morning.FLORIDA'S River. Mr. Blodget is known throughout skeets and sand-flies
Mr. G. E. Ryckman of Brooklyn, X. W. I. Metcalf and wife Mr. Claytonand Long i live scitnre
L the west extensive merchant
as an
Y, one of the principal stockholders of and Mr. W. H. Powell ABBOTTS EAST INDIAN
whi .
Spring is the owner of the
the Melbourne and Atlantic Railway and the visitors. removes all Corua. Kumous a.. I
THE bureau of immigration has re Land Company is stopping at the Car- among 1 largest and most handsome dry goods Warts. '

ceived and compiled valuable statistics leton and enjoying our delightful climate. Cocoa.:' establishment in Grand Rapids. These

showing the exports from Florida for the gentlemen are friends of Mr. Fred. F. 'Mercurial 1'oUon.
The while school, under the able superintendence Refreshing rains during the past week.
six months beginning March 1, and end- Taylor, also of Grand Rapids, Mich., Mercury is frequently injudicious!;,
of Mrs. F. H. Fee, is in- Mr. Hardee of Hardeeville visited doctors nW.iria
Hsed by quack in cases of -
who i3 well known
ing August 31, 1889. The total exportsfor so in Cocoa, and, in-
creasing in mmibrrs and the interest of Cocoa last Friday. and blood poison. Its after effect)
that period amounted to 13,468,801. the The deed, all over the Indian River. This i worse than the original disease. B. B

Among other export there were 2,700,000 pupils. percentages of the Judge J. T. Small, of Lewiston, Me., jolly trio, on board )Ir. Taylor's yacht, B. (Botanic Blood Balm) contains n

iI pounds of sugar, valued at $135.000 scholars are, we think, full as high as the spent a day or two in Cocoa last week. Mackinac. will take a cruise down the mercury, but will eliminate mercurial
; ,..
average. poison from the system. Write to LI: .
3,000 barrels of syrup, valued at $20,000; Mr. Clarkson, of the firm of Gerow & river this week. Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., for book of *-'ii

f' 12,000 head of cattle, valued at $100,000; Under direction of the street committee Clarkson, Jacksonville, Fla., spent Mon- Quite a painful and somewhat serious vincin proofs of its curative virtues.

p 2,227 bales of leaf tobacco, valued at Front street has been thoroughly day in Cocoa. accident occurred to Judge Chas. Ham- A. F. Britton, Jacksonville Tenn.
grubbed the full width and the roots, etc., writes: "I caught malaria in Louisiana
$89,312; 140,000,000 cigars valued at used fill The Queen, of Eau Gallic was an- mond of this place, last week, by the exploding and when the feverat last broke my 5\1.
are being to in the canal and
worth of bides $20 tern was saturated with and I ha,,!
$5,500,000; $45,382 ; of one of the barrels of a shotgun poison
chored off Cocoa for two lat
a or
low places between L. K. Smith's
: place sores in my mouth and knots on m?
worth of hides $9,111,470
C25 alligator ; which he in '
was trying to put order.
week. 1 of B. B.
and the Crane Creek bridge. tongue. got two bottles b.
worth of lumber and timber; $1,987,114 Judge Hammond is a blacksmith by which healed my tongue and mouth aa J
Miss Julia Roberts returned home last
worth of fruits and vegetables; $228,000 Fee & Nesbitt:! have finished a second trade, and he was in his shop at the timeof made a new man of me."
artesian well for Charles B. week from Melbourne, and her millinery Wm. Richmond, Atlanta. Ga.: write
worth of naval stores; $388,525 worth of Magruderon the accident. He thought that he had

fish and oysters; $44,640 worth of moss; : Merritt's Island. It is said to be the store is open again. cleaned out both barrels of the gun, and i called"My wife it syphilitic could hardly iritis. Her see.eyes Doctots wer-'

$41,220 worth of wool ; $305,000 worth I best on the inland. This week will see The Ladies' sewing society met on last says that he had blown water through I in a dreadful condition. Her appet"!.

of'sponges, and $3,080 worth of rice. them at work on one for Mr. lingo Teng- Thursday afternoon, as usual, at the each of them to make sure that they failed. She had pain in her joints an I
zelius on the highlands of Goat Creek. house of Mrs. C. W.: Harrison.The bones. Her kidneys were deranged ai*>
were free and open, before he placed the and no one thought she could be cam).

THE, NAMPA 1.1 fA G E Fishing has been very good. Mr W new oyster saloon recently erectedin gun in the fire, (why he put the gun in Dr. Gillam recommended B. B. B., which
front of the Delmonico Mr. Jarvis she used until her health was entirely re
H. Powell secured and by the fire, correspondent cannot
A.little idol made out of clay was recently a tenpound trout your say, stored."

drawn up in a tube of an artesian two very large bass in three hours. is being prettily painted, and shows up not being a man or a blacksmith,) but K. P. B. Jones Atlanta, (ia.. writs

boring in Idaho, which is called the Messrs. C. F. Batchelder, P. W. Heins well from the river. that he did put the gun in the fire, and '"1 was troubled with copper color! 1

Nampa Image. It is but a little thing, and sons took a trip to Cocoanut point Mrs. T. H. Potter left for her home in that he must have failed to clean out aching eruptions joints, loss debility of appetite emaciation, pain in tack lei

as it is only about an inch and a half last week and had fine sport with trout Sandersville, Ga., on Monday, after a both barrels, is a very painful and evident of hair, sore throat and great nr"0-

long, but it seems to be making a great and crevalle. pleasant visit at the home of Mr. and a fact now by the bad wound on ness. B. B. B. put my system in fine e '!I'

stir among the archaeologists and scientists Another couple were united in the Mrs. R. Andrews.. his right arm. Dr. W. L. Hughlett was ditiou.. 41

generally. It is said to have been holy estate of matrimony by 'Squire Ely Rev. Mr. James Bolton preached in called in immediately to attend to the XOTICE.

located three hundred feet down, underneath last Saturday. This is the third couple he the new M. E. Church, South, at Cocoa, wounded man, and at first it was thought In tilL Circuit Cowl, std Judicial ('i.t/'.

several layers of lava gravel and has married within n short time, viz: L.: last Sunday morning, and Sunday nighthe that the entire muscles of the right arm State of Florida, C*>tty of Ddt. I..

; clay and just above the sandstone. If so, J. Byrd and Emily L. H. Hearndon, Jas. held services at Rockledge.Mrs. had been shot away but the Judge was Chancery.ElnathanT..

it may be said to be the oldest specimen M Hearndon and Mamie L. Watley and Armstead and Miss Kennedy of fortunately a stout man, and only the vs. Field,!X Injeaetion.

yet discovered, even older than the Ca- James Henderson and Callie Hearndon Eau Gallie visited Cocoa last week. They fatty portion of the arm was shot away. Ezra A. Osborn. J

-; laveras skull, so old that it startles even I all of the Hunter settlement. came to have some dentistry work His friends sympathize with him in his It appearing from the affidavit of COM
trouble and that he will S. Partridge, one of the solicitors for tie
the geologists themselves. A descriptionof :Mr. J. H. Phillips is very happy, having done for them by Dr. L. T. Daniel.Dr. hope not belongin complainant in the above cause bexein

this image appears in the last number his twin brother and his wife visitinghim. W. L. Hughlett and family, are recovering the use of his arm. filed that the defendant' Ezra Osborn.

t of The American Antiquarian and its The Doctor has been is a non-resident ol the State of Florid
serving as settled in their home
comfortably new ,
)11 III!i. and that his address and residence is sr
character is discussed. Rev. S. D.
Peet missionary to India whither he will re and it looks as pretty and artistic in the The vegetable business is booming, so Middletown State of New; Jersey. ana

L who is the editor of the journal, considers turn when his vacation is over. A large interior as it appears on the outside.Mr. reports Mr. Hanong, who is gardening that the said defendant is over tweq-
it anomalous "find." The of is therefore oNenJthat
an image congregation gathered at the Methodist one years age. It
R. C. Kinney of Chicago after largely.A you do answer or demur the Com
K resembles a Japanese idol, and is a well Church Sunday and ,
morning to
evening befor
plainant's bill herein filed on or
& spending some time in Cocoa has new orange grove has been set out
executed modern but ,
as any specimen gone ,
hear Dr. Phillips' sermons. the third of March, A. D. 1S00. el**
L it was found at a depth where only the down the river to take in the beauties of by Mr. Harry Roberts on Mrs. Ban said bill \dar be taken as confessed. It u

i rudest specimens of the paleolithic age Mr. Rudolph Pape, who is stopping at Melbourne, Jupiter and Lake Worth. nister's land. further ordered that this notice be published
the Goode House, caught several fine In STAB newspaper -
:Mr. Corey and wife of Boston
would be It revolutionizes the ,
expected. black bass on the creek Saturday, one The ladies of the new M. E. Church, spenta published at Thusvllle Fla.. in dip
opinions of the geologists in reference to few days in Mims last week, and are week for four
weighing 7f pounds. Mr. H. Argue of this place, are arranging for a "Fair, county of Brevard, once a
now on their place on the Banana. consecutive weeks.
revolutionize caught a bass weighing over 20 poundsat for the benefit of the church. It will of tN
Willie Train, from Savannah, is now Witness A. F. Quhnby Clerk
Mr. Hector's dock. Fish seem to be probably take place when the moon is I Circuit Court, and the eat of wW eoo -
at the Hotel
ence to the age of man.Resolutions.. more plentiful there than at the city full in March. Hiawatha, where he will : at Juno, this 23th day of January, A1S90 '
.. remain for a month. He has just returned .
r wharf, not being so much disturbed by Next Sunday, Feb. 16th, at 10.30 from a trip down the B. I. R. AI.BEET F. QCWBT.

t the steamers. o'clock, a. m., standard time) the Rev.Mr. Our M. I. S. met as usual, and we hada Clerk Circuit Court Dade Co.
At the of the Board of The Ladies' Town Improvement Association FOSTER & PARTRIDGE,
regular meeting ::: A. T. Sharpe will conduct the services good programme, with paper-"Mim's 42 Solicitors for Complainant.
Aldermen, on the 4th inst. the are to give another entertainmenton .
following in St. Michael's Episcopal church, Sittings, which contained the full

resolutions were offered by Alderman Wednesday evening consisting of vocal Cocoa. In the afternoon he will hold quota of jokes, that were duly appre- NOTICE.

Beach and unanimously adopted : and instrumental music, readings, tableaux services, as usual at Merritt.On ciated by the audience.A 'In Circuit Court for the 1th Ju&nal Circuit -

WHEREAS, Almighty God, in his wis- etc. Refreshments will be served in and for Brtvard county evt .Wlf
for all who wish them. Sunday night the St. Lucie stoppedat party will be given February 10that of Florida-In Chancery, A. D. 11
dom, has seen fit to remove from last enter-
among Cocoa to land the Eyer party, who the residence of Mr. Roberts in honorof Frank Forster, John F. Dekney
the beloved and tainment, notice of which crowdedout
( us universally esteemed was Miss Mabel's and Peter Roller ]
went down to Jupiter and Lake Worth birthday. All the young
g wife of our Honorable Mayor, R. W. An- was quite successful. The funds folks vs.
delighted and know
are that
drews. BeltResolved I raised this way and subscribed have built last week. They were all highly delightedwith good Emma M.Apthorp, George Henry
time is
them.Appropriate .
the walk their trip and returned in good Apthorp, Ellen Wentworth-I'I
by the Board of Aldermen of Mr. Branch's house to the
health and fine spirits. exercises will be held the Apthorp, and Grace Apthorp
the town of Melbourne that church, which makes a
we sincerely great improvement. -
night of February 21st, in commemoration It appearing by the affidavit of Geor**
k' sympathize with the devoted husband Worshippers can leave their life- The Robinson Crusoe, with a party on Washington's Birthday. The M. Robbins agent of complainant that

} and family of the deceased in this their preservers at home now. board, stopped at Cocoa to take on a school will be the participators: All Emma M. Apthorp: Ellen Wentworth

L inconsolable bereavement ; and be it,furthermore Some person fired the woods near the supply of fine groceries, hardware, etc., friends are invited. Apthorp and Grace Apthorp reside

I & head of Turkey Creek last Friday. The on last Saturday. Cocoa merchants are within the State the Florida United States and that, but Emma without JL

I t Rewlted, that the town Melbourne southerly wind swept the flames toward known all over the river as enterprisingmen NOTICE. Apthorp is of and Ellen Wentworth

lost a most liberal and efficient supporter Melbourne. Parties were out and inconsequence boats are con- LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE( FLA., A thorp and Grace Apthorp are

f' and friend; and be it, further, till nearly midnight when the wind had stantly stopping here to lay in their Notice is hereby given Feb.that 5th the, 1S90.follow-} minors. It is therefore ordered that the

Resolved, that copies of these resolutions ceased and all supplies.Mr. said above-named defendants do answeror
was deemed secure. During ing-named settler has filed notice of his filed
demur to said bill of complaint
f be published in THE FLORIDA STARt the night the wind shifted to the intention to make final proof in support tenth oaj
E. Spencer, of Titusville, arrived of his claim, and that said in this cause on or before the
and presentet to the bereaved husband west and blew hard. The fire caught in Cocoa last Saturday evening. He made before the Judge of Circuit proof will Court be, March. A. D. 180, or said bill befits-

r' and family. again and towards noon, driven by a half sailed down in the Blue-bird, and his or in his absence Clerk of said court at ken against them as confessed. It

t : Mrs. Andrews is sadly missed her In gale from southwest, was almost on to Titusville, Fla.. on April 8th, 1890, viz- ther ordered that this order be publabed
experience not a enjoyable in oat'
one the
very Stephen Ellis LaGrange, Fla. Hd: FLORIDA STAR newspaper
i society matters or any enterprise for the the church and rectory before help ar i we judge, as the. boat looked the worse 12337 for theS.E. JN. E.t N.E.IOS.E.. a week for four consecutive week

J improvement of the place or in striving rived. All worked with a will and finally for wear of wind and wave. Be said i, See 15, T. 21 S., R. 34 E He names the Witness the Hon. John D. JJrooae.

to make Melbourne pleasant for visitors succeeded in outing the flames. No that had time during the following witnesses to prove his contln- Judge of said court, at the Court Uouat *
par- a tough .
uous residence upon, and cultivation of Titusville this 4th day of FebrUSI7A.
she was foremost and her efforts were un- ticular damage done.
was Dr 'DnBose'sbeautiful heavy gale of Saturday, but expects to said land, viz: D. 1890.

.. tiring. Each succeeding day but causes residence had a narrow escape. have the boat in sailing condition in a Michael English, Moses B. Metzer. A. A, STEWART,

r. her to be missed more and more and deep- Some of the windows in the second story ,few days, and will then continue on his of ritusvai. Fla.; Lawrence J.Carfile, Crt Circuit Court Brevard Co. F P-
cnsthe feeling of sorrow over :her decease. facing the fire were left open and the cruise down the river. 43 Cockshutt ALEX. LTNcnv EaGrange.Fla ter. BOBBINS& GRAHAM,
) 42 Sore for Complainants.
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fa GivxM of Brerard County GLOKGS :3L ROBBIE: WALTER rt GRAHAM,
ft President Brevard :;icy, Prevard Ab-"G- T A.
r., Having been appointed by the oomraisflflnersof Abstract Co. tract CO. ."Y"LOR.g : .>
said county to represent her at
fi'j" the Sub-Tropical Exposition it Jackson- BOBBINS Cocoa, Indian Kiver, Florida. .--:; .

?- nllc,which open on January 9th, 1890, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ... ,
owing the resources of the county as tIN "
ft.) SDd I have no hesitancy in saying that I P O Box 250, TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. DEALERS
f do Will practice in all the ounties of the Seventh
f; fan;believe, with a hearty co-operation of Circuit and in the Supreme Court Special facilities -
,L people, we will not only make the best for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles.
, will the capital prize | Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heir
but capture
t' .l exhibit i, to Spanish Grants to Loiu l.i
Money Hardware Stoves
'jJt ke for me to
', of{{1000. It will impossible Crockery Tinware
Ljteach anti every producer; I therefore I D. L. GAULDEV,

t earnestly request 1 everyone who has an- : .
1 worthy of exhibition to write me.
f I
exhibit of the
Whit we want is a full pro-
ducts of the county. We do not ask as a Titusville, Florida.

41 aonition; we will pay a fair price for all Paints Oils Glass and Putty _
"'. :- jrticles. To the ladie do we especially aptioil i A.1. TABLE
and .
Jt .41 i for some of their work.Commissioner. .
Plumbers' and Mill '
P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA.
Will practice In all the comities of the Seventh BARBED WIRE
4I:' j; Circuit and Supreme Conrt. 3 .:.r..
.1, Choice Orange Lands For Sale. Supplies,

.. 1 Three desirable tracts of high ham- ALLEN E. HEYSER, WIRE NETTING: .

mock land, located on east side of East Doors SaBuilds .

E"f Indian Eiyer. Tract No. 1 contain Altorney-aHaw and Cflneyancer.Kike ] imm V and WIRE CLOTH.
of half
. 5633.100acres, with a frontage Worth Dade County, Florida.
- i mile on the river, about eighteen acres Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade

. cleared, a bearing prove and nursery of County lands.JONES LIME CEMENT -u.n.s:
Ir'' 1 kmt trees.. Tract No. 2 contains 5174100 I ,
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... .. acre*, with a frontage of five-eighths & ATKINSON,
1t 1It of a mile on the river, about six acres SHINGLES and LATH. AMMUNITION: '

; cleared, a small ,grove and many trees in .(ltd orn }' -at-Ijaw, FISIIITACKLE.. .
.. boring. Tract :No. 3 contains 34 78-100 ;

-, acres,with a frontage of one-fourth of a Titusville,. Florida.
i mile on the river, which is about four Shi.p Chca d1ery Gc>c>ds, ;':'
f{ miles in width. These lands are not un Agents for ALASASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com- .
rock. No wise of ;
with man experience
""t, derlaid would plant a grove for hn own ATTOI NEY-AT-LAW, pany's plows antI cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. ". .2-, .

.. Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Judicial .
use on land so underlaid. Perfectly Circuit of Florida.P. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Rang, Gasolene Stoves Collins and Caskets. .'
h. ,
free from fog malaria and frost.
. healthy, O. Box 235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. '
Eight minutes walk from house to ocean Money to Loan 11 ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A SPECIA.L1TY. ,:,.

beach. I 4 c. .
For farther particulars inquire of DR. L. T. DANIEL Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and '

. Benj.Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, estimates furnished promptly. .

. ,MasL, or of J. A. Shippie, agent, Geor- DENTIST,

'-1f1 pinna,Fla.Land i COCOA, FLORIDA, STILING & TAYLOR. .
./ ; I .
. antI Groves for Sale. '0 ---- -- L --- -
I D. I.. DODSON, 1C1yde
.. : Hating three places on and near the !I M. ---r rI CoNew
Indian River, I will sell any two of themin I S.teana.ship ,
t.'F order to better improve the other. DENTIST, want to pet into a strictly I
Mer- FLORIDA York, Charleston & Florida Lines.
They are as follows : 121 acres on TITUSVILLE, I
E ritt's Island, quarter of a mile south of Aching teeth: filled and saved without destroying .
Merritt $600 10 acres, two the nerves. Teeth with abcefs>8 treated. succeslJ-
postoffice, ; fully. Hoots crowned sub-ta'itull)' Plates of CASH SYSTEMOF .
miles northwest of Titusville, with 500wIyear.old pure Para gum Broken Platts mended Padly
> orange trees, in good condi- fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted painless
: lyOffice on Washington a enue 6
tion, occupying almost half of the

i ground, $2,500; 10 acres, quarter of a S. GRAHAM, M. D. BUYING & SELLING
mile north of LaGrange postoffice, ,

=z 500 twelve-year-old orange trees m fine .
Office Consultation, $1 ())
condition about half\ of the
of fruit. This Believing I can thus serve all cu tom-
10 acres with a good crop Calls between 10 p. in. and 6 a. m.vill lie charged
last is the north half of the Kentucky double ratesObstetrical, ers. While I will not refuse to credit
i Address, Jerome Twichell, LaGrange cane, and cases outside tho Corpora
pove. Fla. tion are positively declined those who have f.'lvoret.lme with their The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :

. k t (Standard Time.) .-
I.ShIloh' trade, I cannot charge goods at figures
.Catarrb Remedy poeitive cure for Ca J.F.. LEWIS, New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.

orb Diptheria, and Canker. Mouth Sold by Dick made for cash before delivery. Mondays Wednesdays' &Fridays Pier 29, E River Tuesdays.. Thursdays. &Snn.1au,*
an$4 urey,.Titusville, Foss I ITltusvill Monday Jan 27, at 1 -------
Civil Engineer and Surveyor p. m? YEMASSEKCHEKOKLE Sunday, Feb 2,at r p m
I. Wednesday, Jan ::J, at a p. m., Tuesday,Feb. 4,at 4 a m -
the Rev (.eo.H.Thayer of Bourbon, Ind., say FIn. Friday .Tan. 31, at 1 p. ui, DELAWARE, Thursday IVb.6, at da nt
"Bh( myself and wife owe our lives to Sbiloh'scoa.mption For Cash Before Delivery : :Monday Feb. 3, at 3 p. m. SEMINOLE, Sunday, Feb. 9-at 7 ft m
Cure." Sold by Dickson & Grey, Ti- Friday,Feb. 7, at 3 p. m., IROQUOIS, Thursday, Feb. 13,at 10 a m
tanme,i'lL B. BURCHFIELD, Monday, Feb 10,at 3 p. m,. CHEROKEE, Sunday, Feb 1 p m.
E. Wednesday: Ftb 12,at 3 p t:.. EMASSEF. r Tuesday,Feb. 18. at 4 a m
A Scat Injector free with each bottle of Sblloh's Flour, per bbl...5.00 to 85 75 Friday Feb. 14, lit S p. m.. DELAWARE Thursday,Feb. 20, at 6 a m
dUrrh Price 50 cents. Sold by Dick ODtGnr. COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders Monday, Ft-b. 17, at 3 p. ci DlI1\OI.E, Snnday Feb.23, at 7
Remedy. a m
.T1tuIT111e.Fla. Coal oil, per gallon.................... 20 Wednesday Feb. 19, at 3 II m. IROQUOIS, Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 9 a m
by mail will receive as prompt 12* lbs. granulated sugar............ 1 00 Friday, Feb. 21,at 3 p. ra. r CHEROKEE .Thursday. Feb.27,at 10 a m'Sunday1
"Hacbnetack," a lasting and fragrent perfume. attention as calls in per:on. 14 lbs. C sugar.. 1 00 Monday Feb., 24, at 3 p. m., YEMASSEE, Mar. 2, at 1 p m
Wednesday Feb at 3 ,
p. n Tuesday, Mar. 4,at 2 30 m
Wen Dickeon & Grey p
'l'1tunme JS and,Fla 60, tents Sold by Address: Georgiana, Fla. 15 Ibs. choice 1 00 Friday Ftb 2*>, at 3 p. a t-EMI>OLE, Thursday Mar.0, at 4 a ra

14 Ibs. best rice.. 1 00 For Information Regarding Freight and Passage .
LADIES 14 Ibs. XXX soda crackers.......... 1 00 apply to
Keeoiitg a tonic or children that want building LA RUE P. ELY J. A LESLIE. S i}>t. Jacksonville; T. G. EG R. Traffic tanager Bowling Green, :New York
50 lbs. meal grits........... 100 ;
up,should taker corn or JOHN L. I10WAKD F. F. A., Jacksonville. F. M IRONMONGER, F P. A..,hcboDWe.11. .
-- BRo\VN'S IRON DI'M'ERS- 2-1 lbs, best patent flour............. 1 00 \\' P. CLYDK & CO.. General Agents, 12 South \\'barTeM. 1'hiladelpliia ; L. How
flan and pleasant take,All cures dealers Malaria keep Indlgt it.BROS1. Notary Public for the State at Large. 25 Ibb. fancy flour........,............. 1 00 line Green, New York.MAllORY'S .

Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. D. S. meat:lard and picnic hams.. 08
Boneless ham and breakfast bacon 18J

HODGSON over CONTRACTOR 30 ears' experience. Natural I live Dried flour beef.and.Graham flour........ O-H 15 NEW YORI{.FLORIDA LINES

, finish a specialty. Buckwheat flour........................ 04J

Melbourne, Florida. fimSPAPER Steel cut oat-meal.................... 05
Navy beans (good). 051
New York
N..UMAN'S Best ,Navy beans....................... 08} Philadelphia, Boston & Florida.FERNANDINA .
General Merchants Lima beans..... OSJ

SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Peas, per quart............... ....10 to 12J ;iilillq franc } Fla., Every THURSDAY .

Lady peas, per quart.................. 20 NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY 3 p. m. c M

THE PIONEER AGEXCY. Florida syrup, per gallon............ 60 -IRON STEAMERS- e .

Eau Florida. and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN Can corn, per dozen....... .$1 35 to 2 15 Rio Grande, ';:. :
For terms .
(Gallie .......... "
Can apples ((3 lb.), per cloz. 1 35 Capt. Connor. ..,.?.
Can tomatoes (2 lb). 1 00
Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. Can tomatoes (3 lb.).. 135 t State Texas' < ,

INDIAN RIVER. Can Okra and tomatoes ((3 lb.)..- 2 00 Capt William.. ri

W. :K KNOX, Champion or Rose:; milk, per doz.. 1 35 City of San A.ntonio i

Butterine (cooking butter), 20 and 25 Capt. Wilder. .
Steam the
or Sail Boats for Charter by HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, Butter (best creamery made). 30 1
Steamers leave Fernandina arrival of
train Jack
Chicago baking powder.2 for 45 onville at 9:30 a.m.

Day Week or Month. TITUSVILLE. FLA. Patapsico '' ..2 for 45 Passengers from Titnoville. Indian River, and East Coast poi tn. arriving in Jacksonville from J T. ;
3 pounds of cheese for............. 50My & K. W Railway, mike connection with morning and afternoon trains for Fernandina and Steamers? .
Any and ail kinds of work done with the brush. advert iI E'd.
Special attention to inside finishing. 3 mo 40 Passengers: arriving Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be cared for at Fernandina.
HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN Stock !is too LargeTo Friday,Jan. 31t State of Texas Thursday, Feb. 4tl
RIVER BAKERYWe Friday, Feb. 7tb Rio Grande, ThuraOay Feb. 13thThurnJay
The Grove Friday, Frb. Utl State of Texas, Feb. 20th
Bagger will Keep on Hand Every Day Friday, Feb. Jlat Rio Grande Thursday, Feb. 27thI'riday
3 State of Texas,
Feb. 2M1. Thursday,March Cth
PIES Quote Everylhin!. For General iBonu4tiou apply to
Herritt's Island Indian Hirer, FRESH BREAD CAKES, J M. CUTLER. Gen. Pass Apent 77 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla
I G.1.. HUBBY, Agent,foot of Centre street,Fernandina: ,. Fla.

Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South. ETC. ALSO A Corresponding Range of Prices C. B. HALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y. 1

Consuls of 400 Orange Trees, mostly Bottlers of Sotaater/ GingerAle
g bearing besides Limes Guavas andEananas will be given.
O. JHardware. :EJECTOB.,
and about 8 Acres of unclear- and other Drinks. A. FROSOHER,

dean.Beautiful Land.and Banana situation' River., overlooking the In- ALL ORDERS, RECEIVE- IOS. PROMPT GEOI B.vRDMPHTITUSVILLE. TTTUSYILLE Keeps a full ,supply of t metallic' and FLORIDA.wooden and

*or terms and other particulars ad&r. Caskets.General Produce
Coffins Cases and

1yit feld,, Georgians Fla.; PROPRIETORS, Funerals attended if desired. All orders MERCHANT. .

Or, F. H. GOULD 15 Roseville ave.. TITUSVILLE, FLA. 4J1I I; promptly Embalming executed done. and at reasonable rates.I Melbourne. 'Florida

Newark N.J. I

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; NEWS IN BRIEF. Outhwaite, of Ohio; }fr. Lacv, of lows,
and Mr. Wilson, of Wett Virginia, spoke. 19 WalltS1 H. RAY
9 Condensation of later eg ting hews am The qu tioji then ,marred on ordering A7. ,

Variant Subjects. the previous qu<...wi>a on tho adop- I/ s'
Congressman TownsencTs little ton accidentally tion of the report of the committee oa

shot and killed a playmate named elections, and it was ordered: Yeas. l&C; -0-- TITUSVILLE FLA.
' Wilson at Pa. ,
Brighton nays, none.
There is no longer allY doubt that MThe This is the first time since the meeting

Strong Looomotiva Works 'will soon be an of congress that the Republicans have
i J. 8. W A TSDN & co.
/ .institution of Cincinnati I had a quorum voting aDd the result\ waa I ,
Jfjituraljoa: was struck at Bebrwi ST. I received with applau--1.
Th mos esdtiaaj campaign Salt Labs! Four roll calls were r.' {uired before the 'MerchandiseSTORE.

City h,*a err L a 1 u i ov on. The Gentiles vote came finally on .-.jtinz Smith, the
expect to'"tr-jr iiw election Fab. 10 by 2,000.A contestant; but atw.. ead he was declared FORWARDINGAND

i lra -lir: c* real et tate? aptx-uUtors eutitled to tlii .-..lot br a vote o/ Schedules in Effect Xov. 17,;1__ ,

from D"r.f-r, Ouiaha aid Son Francisco has yeas ICO, nay 8 noUiii,06, amid :Republican :. Trains of this line run on Central StinrL I
creit thin municipal revelation. The applause. Mr. Smith appeared and took ard Time, and arrive and depart from til

11 Mormfta are using every endeavor to carry the oath of office.FLEMING COMMISSIONMERCHANTS J. T., & K. W. and S. F.V.. Union d*.
,: the election Cor the priesthood. pot.

Spinal meningitis is raging in Cook county, DECLARED ELECTED. West India Fast Mali.
Texas. I propose to keep So- 27

Jeroey City's schools will fly the star and The Struggle for the Governorship o/ 12 40 p ru..Lv Jacksonville Ar.6 WH 20

_strip daily. Wed Virginia at Last 8.tUe L 1 36 It m..Orecn Cove Spring. an
The cartes: of the Motvoa accident was a CHARLESTON, W. Va., Feb. 0.-Judge A First-Class StookGROCERIES 2 30 p m...........Palatka..4 25 am
k 'taiw track, they say. Fleming was at 12:05' Tuesday declared 3 30 p m....... ...Seville .........Jj C2 a at-
The Cuban government iutonds to impose Q
of 40 to 43 4 13 m..DeLand Junction....
i. a new duty upon all sales of sugar and raolaasos elected governor by a vote p 2 03an
made on the island. The chamber of President Carr voting with the Demo- -or- 4 23 p in..Orange City June.I ta
ta. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. [ 5 15 P m.........-lIltord.l IS
commerce of Havana has presented to the cra III
int 70
p W
le-t auitzrt the taoxsure.Coiirfremaa charges reported exonerating Goil and -:o-- p 1:1:
Caldwell will introduce a Fleming from attempt to corrupt I I 10 13pm..........Tampa........... TSopm

hill to re flsify l'tLUway portal clorka and any member of any the legislature, but that WE WANT 10 43; p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv.. C :Cu: pn
Pullman lluf1 t Sleeping Cats
six their*il nea ktTfQ
A f inal raooi\j,b'n'-r in Georgia routed: a there was sufficient evidence to cause a THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE New York and Tampa, BailsSo: := ,;'
against Stellings.
suspicion Kissimruee for
e l;puty ntar;Ual'jj posss ith uoothor weapon at ou'Vo> -t mu 1-f and T7connect
than her ton "u*;. A vote was then taken on Judeo Max at Port Tampa with Plant Steis-

The Ohio ballot-cx Enquiry wu ros'umxl well's resolution to seat Gen. Goff. resulting WE WANT ship Line lor Key West and lIann\: 1..1S
40; nays, 48: a strict party
Nond"y. DRY GOODS sail from Port Tampa on Mondays
You to be sure to Come and See Us end
with the
President Carr
vote voting .
A bill he been introduced in congress toa'Sly Thursdays on arrival of trains. 's, .
with Democrats. A vote was then taken on When you come to town. Palatka i-
Gettysburg museum spci- connects: at Junction with tic I. _
of the uniforms and Chairman Kees' icboluticn: to seat flem-
ida Southern
meu nrrm, impkmtBts Railway.
t of war ued in the battle. ing with, ayes.the Democrats.This 43; nays.40; Carr again voting 'VEVAXT NOTIONS r TRAINS: Bin-WEEX DEI.VND JUXCTI'>3 .1 D
An Austrian physician claims to have
is the end of during To Talk to You. DELAND.
a long struggle
I found an absolute re>::sdy for hydrophobia.A Lv DeLand Xo3O032 XtiMJunction Xf-3f; i
which both Gofr. and >
criiM born in llexioo has and has :
DO ears Fleming, Democrat, have claimed to be WE WANT Hens' Ladies' & Cltiltlrens'SHOES. >4:45p 8:50a 1 h3.ip _;Op-4:1 i
: rrfectlj formed leg growing from its lawfully elected governor of the state. Ar IkLmtlttUa 9:10a 1'r:5tp 2I.pNo31 :. ;;p
f tack
To WorkVith You.
edge Field, of Kansas City, has declared DISTRESS IN KANSAS.The Xo33 Xo35 Xutf X'33:>>
i a'tWtrrt private property, g.ving the iiunty WE WANT Lv DeLand3:4Ga S:2Ua ll.30a 1:5ip 3' 'P
!n* the right to exclt:
esrtxxly;: they plea&el.TL ialatnre and Ask nell-f. To Post You on the Markets. Junction.3:3oa 8:40a ll:45a i07n -llOp

., Vfrslnh legislature! bus refused to rewtflSlish TOPEKA, Kan., Feb. C.-Petitions emanating ALSOCROCKERY Trains 38 and 39 run ilaily. 2? .,. :0

the whipping; pu t i in that state from the headquarters of the'armera' WE WANT;; and 31 run on MondaysVednecdays tci
Tve jty-<.ne tramps reth.ted the p )lc-o at FrIdays only. Nos 34 and 35 ruu to ua
alliance are being; circulated To For You and See to Your Shipments GLASSY/ARE
Dci* r. Ind., with stolen revolvers, and Ship from IJeresford on Mondays, Wedntsdaja:
this state the
ei;htoon e-ttipei_ throughout; praying governor here. and Fridays. All others daily except suns
to convene the le;;Lfcurs in extrasestsion.
l"orel a. : The petition set forth that /lay.
i mL& P sha has wired tho khedivd that there exists among Kan-AS farmers WE WANTTo HARDWAREAND South Florida Accommodation.
i his convalescence is satisfactorilv. "' N o. 23. So. cd
progressing :
financial arraj.iinent
"very great em either Buy or Handle most of the 8 30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar...6 15 pn
-- and ask that the" legislature MJ cadcd to
Kr. Henry GifldaVn-i! son of the Right extend relief to them htiil! passage Fruit and Produce of this sectionof 9 33 a m...Green Cove SpringM.5 p m

Hon.V.. E. Gladstone, was married Thursday of n law providing for the relief of the the country. 10 35 a m......... _PaIatka.4 :5 p m

to the daughter of Mr. Stuart Rendel. farmer by giving the iiiort.i;.>r of a Ship Chandlery Goods.These 11 39 a m...........Seville ........._3 03 p m
Eoiue Rule meciber of the House of com- homestead at least two \ears in which to WE WANT 12 30 P m... DeLand Junction ...2 11 pn

moru for 'tootgOla ryshlre. occupy and redeem, if possible, alter sale 12 41 p m... Qrange City June ..2 03 p m

It is reported at Lisbon*!! that Serpa" Pinto of mortgaged premises: and to provide You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your will be the main features of my 3 35 p m..Titusvife..1157 m
will go America, | for his health also for of execution of all judgments for You. 1 20 m..Ar Sanford 1..1".1 m
a s'.aj Products, We Can Ship it business, but orders sent me for any- p P
The Socialists the I
are Hooding on promissory notes and mortgages in in Titus- Daily No 23 connect
ft-toiy: towns throughout;; Germany with reasonable time thing kept any Florida .
bonds, etc.. for a Palatka with Southern Railway.
WE WANT ville will be promptly filled.
Socialistie leaflets exhorting micomproini-
after judgment, without bond. Connection made also with Indiia
ing opposition to the government at the Another petition is in circulation ask- You to help us to maKe Titusville a River steamers at Titusville to and from
coning elections and claiming the rejection that session be called to
ing a special landings on Indian River..Jacksol'Ulc .
of the Socialist:: bill by the reichstag a amend railroad laws and compel the .
\V ill buy Fruits Eggs i Chickens and Sanford Acrom
which, if followed up at tho polls, will companies ti lower their transportation the river, and sell our uiotlatioii.

ccmpell complete; recognition of the rights rates. Products here. No. 15 So. 78

of Sochi democracy. Or any Country Produce my customersor 3 35 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar.12 4o p n
Mrs. Lucas aster of John andau .
a Bright, WE WANTIn friends may bringto 3 33 pm...Green Cove 8pring._ll 37an
and in the of
agitator speaker caoso* temperance The American :Natal upsets market.I 4 30 p m...........Palatka .........10 45 a n

is dead in Londoa. One of the best compliments which fact to save you money, and can do it 5 40 p m...........Seville- .... ... 9 36an

Crime ant Caaultte.. I have heard of to the officersof if you will help us. 6 38 p in..._Deland Junction.. 8 44 a DI
as paid ask for a share of the public patronage -
At Eola, :Mo., a IS-year-old colored boy dew 6 49 p m..Orange City June... 8 30 a DI
l.berotely shot his eiatwr and beheaded his the "tquadron of evolution" was and come as a supplicant, not a
"1'EV.ANT 7 30 p m.....Ar Sanford Lv.._ 7 55 act
from who had dorm
trother with an a z. an Englishman, die tator, asking for your favors.If .

Exploding dynamite blew off VTillianiK.asteuheffer's ; been a resident of Boston. He said You to know we are bead' uartcrs for I courteous treatment good No.Daily 78 except connects Palatka Junction vi&

bead near Lancaster, I'a. ho was struck by the gentlemanly and I goods and low figures is Florida Southern
Vegetables etc. Railway.
Three killed the of modest demeanor of these of .
men were by explosion wearers the candidate for Sanford and Ladle Eastls Railway.LEAVE .
a saw mill boiler on Falling Rock creek, uniforms, which impressed him as differing public favor, A&KIVX

West Virginia. greatly from the coiihcqucutJal, WE WANTTo then I'melected. No. 81 No. 83 No. $0 So 81
A Sharon, Pa., man tried to kill biro elf not to arrogant, air of olijcera of
s say Sell you your Orange Boxes and 7:40 pni 9:00 a mJ5anford..8:10 a 1:10 P n
because the neighbors wouldn't let him lick
British men-of-war. This peculiarity
8:01 t*:30 rn..Paola..7:59a 12:47 pID
lil* wife It ie this coarse and unfeeling interference he said extended to the sailors who Orange Wraps, and will do it if you p m a
8:34 p m 10:22 a m. orrento7: 4a 12:17 pm
I for Plow Co.
with the most sacred of Chattanooga
privileges Agent
were as courteous as the officers in affording will come to see us. $:48 mlO:46 a iu.MtDora.7:22a 12.))3 pn
the American hum circle that make: *. countless Chilled Plows and Sugar p
thousands information. "Why, that 9:00 p ml 1:10 a ni.Tavare8-7UOa IliO pa
mournCongressman Towusend's son accidentally i squadron," he said, "will furnkh a better WE WANT Cane Mills.' Daily except Sunday. No. 18 cuoocdi

argument for republicaiiisza than at Sanford with West India Fast Mail X*
killed named New
a boy BrightonPennsylvania.
1' any number of South American revo You to know that we are Agents for the s. ] 82 connects at Sanford with JacksonrUfc

A race riot at Morgan, Go., resulted in the lutions. It seems to mo that tributeof Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnishit E.,3T. and Sanford accommodation for point

dangerous wounding of four men. this sort from a foreigner is exceed- low down. North.

in satisfactory and it opens. un considerations Indian User Kxprcs
The Fir Record i
Fire at of Kansas Ci of the relation mannersto WE WANT No. 27 Xo. T; *
plant Packing
company did $100,000 damage; fully insured official lifo which have a wide ap- HERE WE ARE AGAIN 12 40 p. m..Lv.Jacksonville Ar-12 40 p ay.

A business block at El wood, Ind., was destroyed plication. The Englishmen said he You to know that we burn our own 30 p m..........Palatka..........10 45 an

by fire LoiS, 5.000.J bad seen gray haired sailors in the Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, 4 13 p m..DeLand Junc:.... 8 44 n

Danbury, Conn., bad a $300,000 fire early British navy insulted by beardless give bottom prices. 4 23 p m..Orange City June 8 30 alA
Sunday morning. Insurance, 100000. Sev- midshipmen, and be was much impressed can you 4 40pm..._Enterprise June_...8 IS a III

eral narrow escapes. by the self respecting appearance 4 49 p m........Enterprise-.. .. 7 50an
Fire destroyed the Sears block at Boston. of "Jack" on board the squadron J.Y.\ ROGERS & CO. 5 OG p m... ........()steeo.......... 7 OS a n

Loco f2O0,000. I. of evolution, and under this bead he You to know that we handle.Cement 6 12 P m......... LaGrange........ 51: an
KenOiho, Wis., had a $125,000 fire Sunday. I included seamen of various nationalities and Plaster Hair. 6 20 p m_..Ar Titusville Lv... 5 00 a III

Insurance $100,000.Fire not excepting Chinese cooks, assimilated Before an intelligent, appreciative and Daily except Sundav. Steamers leave!*-
destroyed a fine business block at by American disciplino.- tusville daily except Sunday,for all poiJ1Jf
Danville Ill 'YEY.AXT discriminating public present
Boston Post. to Indian River as far south M Melbourne

Fvrsou To impress upon your minds that we and make our bow, announcing that we at 6:00am. Steamers leave Melboan
General Master Workman Powderly denies Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at&00
that he has openly announced his eandi- represent are candidates for their favors, good 'a m for all points south as far aa Jupiter

lacy for governor of Pennsylvania on the Thompson & Edwards, wishes and-ca!.h. connecting then with stage for Juno and all

Democratic ticket. Mr. Powderly says he : of Chlca o. landings on Lake Worth.
has not denied being a candidate, but he Is the oldest and most popular scientific and Ilalllax Kiver xi>reMi.
does not intend saving anything oa tOO subject mechanical paper published and has the largest The largest: manufacturers of Fertil- As blood is thicker than water, so is 78
the world. No.
circulation of any paper of its claw in No. 27
Jakt yet.Talmage V illy illustrated. Best class of Wood Encnrav. izers in the west, and keep constantlyon
cash Ar-12 40
ing!. l'nbli weeklr. Send for specimen better than credit. We propose to 12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville p
fa back. cop. 1'nce f'3e:year. Four months'trial,II.ML"KN hand the following brands of their 2 20 m..._AT Palatka LT....10 45 a c
Mix Clara McKnight, daughter of Capt. &('0.. rCBUSHEBS: ,3C1 Broadway,N.Y. get out of the old ruts, and Sell our 35
Goods: 2 50 p m...-Lv Palatka Ar._. 9 P m
H. D. of Ironton O. has
examination and been Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard 6 00 p m.-.....Ormond..._. 8 25 p m
a satisfactory granted ARCHITECTS BUILDERS World of Good, for Orange Trees. Lv.00am)
admittance to the bar p m....Ar Daytona
as a pension attorney. Cash.
World of Good for Truckers. '
Miss McKnight is only IS years of age. A treat succeji. Each Issue contains colored Daily except Sundae.Tickets .
lithographic plates of country and city residen Pure, fine Ground Bone. on sale at City Ticket Office. ><>.
The Death Roll.Profewior ces or public builJlEtrs. Numerous ecgraringsand We handle first-class line ofOlotliing and Union dipot,
full plans and specifications for tie use of Potash. a 82 West Bay street at
Blood Bone and
Chester of the Yale scientific ,
Lyman, .uch as contemplate building. Price$2..Oa. year, Jacksonville.J. .
school is dead. :.J MCNX iCO.. FcBM.r.TiiCR.s.:
eta.a copy. ChicagoBcme Meal.
Karl fen, professor of music in the maybe secur- Dissolved Bone. Gen. PaM. Aft
Wooster, 0., university, and who has a md&- i ; id by ap lrI. -
il.J'l i' I'1s W. P. LAWSUE Ticket AgtTitaTili
reputation as a musical instructor and coin I. kCowhohave :: ,
poser, died Thursday of la grippe Ii'Ik. M tt had over WE WANT D. F. JACK, General Manager.

Mr Penelope H. Wingate died at Frank- EJ Pa 40 1UO.UOO yoars applications' experience for and American haTe made and over For You to know we keep on hand Both Ready-made and to Order. OEO. E. CHASE. A. O. CHAFTBI.
fort, Ky., aged 81 years. She had been a eica paiiuts. bend for UandbooX Correa-
TRADE MARKS.In Land Plaster, OurGents'
SMITH SEATED. cane your mark Is not registered In the Pat
ent OSlce, apply to MCXN A Co., and procure Canada:II. W. Ashes, SHIP CHANDLERY
The Welt Virginia R>prv.entatlv Put In hesitate protctlon. bend for Handbook. ,
COI''YRlnnTS. for books, charts aapa.K .. Tobacco Stems and Furnishing Department
by a Republican Quorum.WASHINGTON Addrtw HARDWARE
+:.gstq' procuiei Cotton Seed Meal. ,
{ Feb. 6.-Monday Mr. alt:>N d; CO., Patent Solicitors.
O'Ferrall, of Virginia, was recognized to I r-*iiel. orrics: aa :BKOADW>T. N. tXotlcc. WE WANT Is Complete. Xobby Hats from
continue his in of the Patent Logs Wire Rose Uaiif
argument support I first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the ,
claims of the ccntt. tee in the Smith- You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE .
All having claims against the FISHING GEAR SPRUCE TiMTTTflRfc
Jackson election care.; persons ;' most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and ,
Mr. O'Ferrall made allusion to the estate of Sophronius Twichell, late of WANTTo Tale
State of affairs with which the house Brevard county, Florida, deceased, are Hand Satchels, too quote. Agent for DeToe & Co. Paiat*. t*.

found itself confronted. He did not believe required to present them duly authenti- merit your patronage by fair and Life Preservers, Tent & Awning

he said, that tlie time had yet cated. td the undersigned within the time honest dealings, and we mean business. For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can- Patent Anchors.

come, and God grand it might never required by law or this notice will be BOAT GEAR OF ALL KIHDS-
come, when the American people would pleaded in bar of their collection; and TRY US.Respectfully. not be excelled in the county.

tolerate autocratic power,whether wielded all persons in debt to said estate are required + Correspondence Solicited. Telephens
by the president of the United Statesat to make immediate payment to us. -: : We earnestly ask an inspection of oar 266.

too other end of the avenue or by the This February 7th, 1S90. Goods before buying elsewhere.J. Wos. 88 $ 90 E. Bay St.,
.:!' sneaker of the house of representatives'! AARON CLEVEiA. ,

_l ',of-tlie United States at that end of theavnue MABTT. CLEVELAND. J. WATSON & CO. JACKSONVILLE Fi.t.

'a.f,. .. Adm'r and Admr'x. W. Rogers & Co. SO-ljr.
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Good Tact. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Bucklen's Arnica Salve. : 1 1I

name this boy, t".1 liJ .
M oa Uy when Life. THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts / .:. ,
hIS wife their IIf; .
O .-l s .
--:. a man few weeks oltL "only It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe- #; $ .

-Child "W8S a him John." The far ping paper, but it saved her life. She was ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil s : ;.1 < >' .

nust call In the last stages of consumption, told blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, + 'I.Y/' r.y r

, had bad his own way with the by physicians that she was incurable and and positively cures Piles or no pay re- 'g (Io v *, e [

'f heEbould no more than could live only a short time; she weighed quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect '. <,"f V : 4' '' e J'A
consult A I '
r ] biswife's less than satisfaction p \: ()_.I' .
that seventy pounds. On a piece of or money refunded. Price ) % ,, ,
forc1 ft is a pleasure to seebands wrapping paper she read of Dr. Kin 's 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &
thus considerate Tho De- X ew Discovery and got a sample bottle; Grey. 10-10. <..vy (. .l.,..eL I : -J; ,

'' .... ....
it 1. ;
trait ribunO records a similar in- helped her, she bought a large bottle, ... L;, ;..v. <
It helped her more, bought another and 'r.;$' .
o'l1. .
:dimly couplo entered a dry grew better fast, continued its use and is THE INTERNATIONAL TIPEf RlfER.A (\'"y N" o+,'Q .. lQI .

: -1Jstm' OD Woodward a venue. EtoG now strong, healthy, rosy plump, weigh- ""'- C .1:_ o f btio Je<("'<.tj c. .

and tail and she was round ing 140 pounds. For fuller particularssend ,7 ,.& K4:4W '
dim ., 4'S
! stamp to W. II. Cole. Druggist, t.I.)' .....;,> o", Cc -.. :jTi
1sbort. c.
l Fort '> Sp 1'>.C OJ ;
wife and I have to do Smith. Trial bottles of this won- & .:} :'- .- --c" 9 nor ;
*My I ::$
: how derful x. '
Disbovery free at Dixon & +- \
Gray's <( .
he to t > v '
sboppins, : 1
1 1I -ju drug-store. 22 p. t1c Vct ?) t ;
"- %0\ ( .q. 0eoa ; "
"Indeear ... ;.0 :\ ... ..,' H,", nM.
dress v
tatc borneJost /' subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lum- -: .:!( ;: "' .t 1

".Ah r bago and will find a valuable] remedy in .../. .. rt!l.r..oi'j.: c. >.. "\.. .........,tE. 4 ......t -; 'b..' Y .
what ha Dr. J. "
show her e. McLean's :.y
you Volcanic Oil Lini- ..cti > t .
tether select whatever she wants." ment; it will banish pain and subdue infla- "' "'y. _:? or \ ,
WWbat line of goods will you have mation. r. <$' 1"- a

asked the clerk. !II .
janir t) :
When you are constipated, with loss of .
silk answered 1jtIJ: "'
, "0a, something' appetite headache, take Dr.J.McLean's: .. :I'

J huSband for her. Little] Liver and Kidney Fillets, they are a
clerk took down a roll of bright strictly flrbt-class machine, fully warranted and .
1 The pleasant to take and will .
. cure you. 25 cents made from very best materials, by bkihed workmenand 'Y' ""'" ....t... ;
i colored tterns. a vial. with best tools ever devised for the purpose.
tlI J How does that pleaso you, madam f Warrrnt to do all thit c-.n be reasonably: expectedof .
ed. Take DeWitt's Little Early IUsers. the very host typewriter extant. Capable of writ. .. ." .
: ing 150 words per minute, or more,according to the ff r I
ij b'No, that is too bright, said the DeWitt's Little Early Risers get there. ability of the operator. PRICE, $00. .

I It -- --- Address, PAK1SJI 31'FO. CO., :,. ,. >

i bnsband.d 0 you like this, madam Faults of digestion cause! disorders of the Agents wanted. PARISH, N Y. '0.; .. '. '. <
liver, and the whole becomes de __ _
the clerk displaying another system
11 asked ranged. Dr. J. II. McLean's FROM NEW YOLK CITY Physicians endorse. I*.P. u a splendid combination .
Strengthening Mr. A H. Hawkes-Pear Sir Your PATENT and prescribe with great satisfaction for tile cares of
Cordial and Blood] Purifier the : nil form*and stares of Prlmnrr. vonUry and Tenl&ry -
11h.Jr 'a my wife doesn't like that, perfects pro- EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and am .
r < "It is too dark" cess of digestion and assimilation, and thus very much gratified at the wonderful change that .
returned .
h be makes blood. bas come over my eyesight since I have discarded r .
: AgaIn and again the clerk displayed pure toy old glasuC8, and am now wearing yours. D .

lai wares before them, always appealing If you suffer pricking pains on moving : ALKX&SDEB AGAR. ; w as j r

toTthe taste of his wife, and being the eyes, or cannot bear bright light, and All Secretary fitted at the Stationers'Drug Store Boaid of of Trade. .

answered by the husband. find your sight weak and failing,you should 2 5 DIXOX & QUAY, lITUbVILLE, FLA. :
1<1 promptly use Dr. J. II. :McLean's Strength- ---- ----- n
said the latter at
"Well, length, syphilis,Syphilitic KheumMlsm,Scrofulous Ulcers
this .will do. itwhen ening Eye Salve. 25 cents a box. inJtorcs,Glandular Swellings, ItbeematlaunUtiarla, .
) K mess piece Wrap old Chronic CVerii that have rea'ited all treatment.

Ask Dixon &; Gray what DeWitt's Little]
... .
B they were on the street he Early Risers are. 'If =J K I .m. ,

cid to his wife:

P. ."!bat's a nice pieceof goods you so- Why will you cough when Shi1h't-Cure will gjev: ';i e
P.I! immediate relief? Price 10 cts W Ct.i and !l. bold .-1
leeted, Mary. by Dickson &Grey, Tttusville, Fla. .
JP A look of quiet humor stole into the .. .

&jbe old lady's eyes, but she merely an- Shiloh'e Cure will immediately relieve Croup plaints Catarrh Mercurial Skin Diseases Poison fcczeua,Totter, Chronic Scaldtead Female,etc.,Com eta
iwered. quietly as she glanced affectionately Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Sold by Dickson P.P.p.1i a po-wrfiil tonlo and an eseellent a ItlA .
af" --
p & Grey, Titusville, Fla. HOW? I'1
t into his face: .- .. ..,.,.
0'l lI ...
Caveats and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Patent .. -
j j't jI "Do you think so, John Cleanse your breath with DeWitt's Lit- business conducted for MODERATE FEES. "Can the world know a man has a good 'If.;:1 ,. o-4. y 8U bn.,;;

tle Early Risers, Dixon:&; Gray.Are OUR Ornce is OPPOSITE U S. PATENT thing unless he advertises the possessionof E "..:Ii. ':: '
ana we can secure patent in less time than moss it."- AKDKRBJLT. '
The Dog and the Baby. --von- made- miserable by indigestion, Constipation remote from Washington. .............. -..... li1 V' if. r rcei'
1. She sat in the Long Island depot Diziuess, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin? Send model, drawing or photo.,with descrip ]
tion. We advise, if not, free of
1 1t Shiloh'B Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick patentable or
and fondled a dude dog, while the eon & Grey, Titusville, Fla. charge. Oar fee not due till patent is eecnred. t building; up the system rapidly.
i curse girl carried a little human member A PAMPHLET, "How to Obtain Patents" with if e whose systems are poisoned and whose blood
& IB In an Impure condition due to menst-cal irregular-
'. names of actual clients in your Stale county,or
t of the family. The dude dog'sbgir For Dj Fpepsia and Liver Complaint you have a town, sent free. Address,
, its forehead printed guarantee on every bottle of Shlloh'a Vi. )
{ was banged over /1 '" -l" :;' "
9. : tahzer. It never fails to cure. Sold by Dickson & C.A.SRIOW&CO. tD Et! ... :& Q.. ::1"
it wanted of knee _
:I and all was a pair Grey, Titnsville, }'t&. WRITE US '" n'tf!.!. .
breeches and a butter cracker hat to be lQ.l"J-.P.d; < +,
: ._
Aa mistaken for a lawn tennis played His girl didn't go back on him because ==- --:- ----- --- wherever you live,and N"r a '.Jl.n ,

Aa kicking for some girls to have game. he used DeWitt's Little Early Riser 5 000 ASENTS WAKTFI' a we will ship you a W1 4

Its tail: was shaved off almost up to the w&TONCI 13 fins instrument on ISDays' ties are peculiarly beneateJ; by the wonderful tonic and i
Eupcpsy. ; to :dl ,.:' blood cleansing pioperUes of P.P.P.,Prickly Ash,PoluRoct
where there miniature
terminus, was a ; Cheni..It' t; Test Trial In ,,nd Potamlnm..
tIi This is what ought to have, in ; ;' :fc i I
duster that gave it the appearance of a you + phte, :.ut.U"1tP1V Y'f', "
erht, fact. must have it to enjoy life. i/"i1' t. ...' .. t ,, your own home. ..
putty blower with a feather stuck in you fully : Ar ] JpLd .lay 1 ;. ,:. 't! .1 li I
I Thousands are searching for it daily, and !Jt\ and :1 i:J.L.!.-;-. D .I ;l e -J. 1
.hi l the end. The clerk opened the window .
- because find it not. Thousands 'V'1. 3TOllY orzws ).Jt.;,' U. : I
'1 mourning: they .
viih a bang, and the fashionably ," .. & J
.J thousands of dollars are "- Jfg : ;
upon f.L.tlJ' '
dressed turned to her -
lady purchase spent annually by our people in the hope = STr. :: '-' [ n1: 11m I

F ticket, leaving the dog on tho floor. that they may attain this boon. And yetIt j. r 'i "'"'p!... ;. ll',..:I'.rFtl, ) .
= .
Two horny handed sons of toil entered may be had by all. We guarantee that ". ..'1q...-_ f'ACVE'1T\.. "l.',:" LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
the waiting room bearing trunk Electric Bitters, if used according to directions .!" "'i J.";, I'N w ;:JLEBALE: : lJR'UQt'-ISTS. !
, the site of a canal boat They evidently and the use persisted in, will b AFRIL"1Josx :hpnaa GIe:.. SAVANNAH C.\.
mistook the dude for door OCT. Already sellinc Immeneelj. Outfits Until hare tested and approved. Our freight .
dog a the ways
bring Good Digestion and oust both if instrument fails I
you .", to please in either
FBEE. Supplies! on Credit PROFITS 53 to t PerDay
oat for the trunk its and install instead Eu- price Ours the ww
they placed on demon dyspepsia Bio TERMS. IMMENSE chance to COIN MONEY style or quality. risk yours only :
outer edge. A man who stood beside I We recommend Electric Bitters For First Chance, address at to give fair and fall test, and buy if fully pleased. l'-..
lIi pepsy. once. "":..ft"..../ ,'o:'''_''''_.f---7_ ::.. -'I'. ; ''''
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the lady at tho ticket window re- for dyspepsia and all diseases of the liv- E. R. CURTIS & CO., Pubs., CincinnatiPARKER'S 40,000 Southern Homes ,

carhd: II er, stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. 'D IC1'ytCeLkal !;! &? A.--R": .

"Be huvins, Oi do be thinkin' that and 81.00 per bottle by Dixon &; Gray, Supplied by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL A .
druggists. 22 PLAN, first introduced in the South by us. Fairest are those jrs.t op byD.H.FERHY5C3. :
{ wan ar yer family's in trouble! HAIR BALSAM method of sale possible, and a great benefit to .
' She thought ho referred to tho baby -------- Cleanses and beautifies the hair. those at a disu.nce"ho cannot visit our ware-rooms "
- slid took notico of"the remark. Sud- A sort of lethargy sometimes takes pos- Promotes a luxuriant growth. \\1io are the LiefestSeedsmen
no session of the Kidneys and bladder; they Never Fails to Restore Gray ALL RISK SAVED in the ward.! '
I Itl
daily there from tho Hair to its Youthful Color.
was a scream stimulated to healthy e D. M. FKKKY&O'S: '
should be
;: MrseeirL She let the baby fall and action by promptly the use of Dr. J. H. McI..eansLh'er Prevents 60c.and Dandruff$1 00 nt and Prngtrt'tB.CHICHESTCR'S hair falling. By this trial plan,and purchasers absolutely assured BeautiOly Ili5rrattd and Pric ed rscriC > :;, .

J burned to the rescue The lady turned and Balm. -- --- perfect instruments at the very lowest e f PAtL .
* i and took in the situation at a glance.Then \ CKQLISH possible cost. Selling only the best instruments i J;'a f!Jj Ml'. ;. -' .
The quality of the blood depends much made, that will stand the most severe andcor.lp br ;o vnl'K! uiail-.iFzt. ... "
iC'I she swooned. She kept on faint- bad to make the PEtHfiROYAL tt8, : hel1sive tests,we do not fear to seed them out apphc..ltJII! lart rckxn'"t.\ ,
hg np to the arrival of the train andthen upon good or digestion; : '<7J Itcd Cross Diamond hl' mJ.. on trial and it them stand solely on their merits. tor.terv. It is better than: ever T very .
; blood rich in life and strength-giving con- Tbe.nly resolerto tor eta Pvfcuiitire All we ask is the privilege of shipping on ap neon wing Garden, F1eweC' ., '
revived long enough to berate stituents, use Dr. J. McLean's: Strength- !: Lnrflr. ask I>mK .t the nurse for her carelessness. When ening Cordial and Blood Purifier, it will JYJ pitbinribbuu.Takenootncr.Eendte.Broad red lueuUicboitt,sealel: S: D. P.'1. FERFW *. SC. ] ;

f"i they took the dog from under the nourish the properties of the blood from (Ladies, fwi.I.rbyman.pardol1.lan u
tank the poor little fellow looked for which the elements of vitality are drawn.MI CMcltectcr CkemleiJOa,2todl.oq bq.,Phitnda,k e. us by correspondence. No matter whetherou -d r.c1.1 iU"'t::>1.'h.: Q .,. '
dl I n -
d">>. the world like a surrogate's seal, I live either ten or a thousand miles from B*. Li -
i. J and his tail wasn't fat enough for a I II rr = f REWARDIs MADE:: WITH BOILING WATER. We ship to all Southern States. Our system is --- .
,, I Pfcper cutter. certain if reasonable effort is made to perfsct.: Prices in plain print and alike to all.

; Ho station hands hauled the forFtten cure a cough by the use of DeWitt's Cough H3ppS7SGRATEFULCOMFORTING.] ; Discounts One price from only. makers No more prices., no less.All competition Large

baby into tho train just as the8er and Consumption cure. this remedy is correct met. Complete outfits free. All freight
and certain in its action and costs no paid. Easy installments. Every inducement that
was moving off, and it was clap-- any fair: dealing house can offer.
P*l down on a scat and spanked untllIIookOO more than unreliable preparations, insist BCOllOIllICMell1'T8E n '

like the Fourth of Jaly.- upon having it. For sale by Dixon fc Gray Cocoa Write for Valuablo Information.

s IP TOUR -- KACTt'E.9-r Catalogues, Circulars, SpecialFall

tl; Somewhat Mortified. Or you are it all is worn good l.Ty for nothing MADE WITH BOILING WATER.H1KDERCORNS. Offer8-1889. Copy of new TIRELESS TOILEn roB T1U.DE I' .

BBOW.V'S RON BITTERS.It Paper" Sharps and Flats
.A number of book men were relat- will cure you, and give a goo'l appetite. Sold ALL FREE. Address ..'.e .
>professional j anecdotes the other by all Jealers in medicuie. The only wire Cure for Corna Stops all pain. Enfmrea i
** comfort to the feet.15c-at Drajrgrlsta, Hiscoz&Co..N.Y. i ...f. __
$t- Mothers.ThsWLVsww's
I IptIi one"About of them twenty"I ; years ago, .. Advice Soan1nIG to SYBCPshonld always otT CONSUMPTIVETTarA UEJJE1 ci BATES I ; t. Y
was employed be used when children are cutting teeth. It re- 1F: s .
the Conch.Rronebitie, Asthma, Induret J Ijppincotts. Thomas Hughes the little su1ererat onee;it prOdueesnatural TOO has cored j
being lionized quiet sleep.and the little cherub awakes&s"bright r all jft Ills arising I .... ; I .
= It .
very '
extensively pleasant to taste. SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE
hen as a button. It is very trom detective nutrition. Take in time. W>c. and 81.
he down j c.
came soothes the.Boftensthegtims.allaysallpain - ...
1lIust he came to see the publishing regulatesthebowels,.and is tlie best known remedy 'I'I't; .. ,
teething orTwentYflve SAVANNAH CA. >
a *. After ho had inspected the for ntJ\frcan&ea.dia.rrh ea, whether arising cents from a boW I g ';. L. 1

thole establishment and expressed hisgpnsoand "', .
the bead of The farmer's friend has for many years I ':'' Wi 'T; \ j

house tookllfr.gratification him the and been Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment MY SON .._ iJf7f .,

": *' 'Now by arm for horses, cattle, kogs and hf'(p. It How Lost How Regained, '::.:'ik.
Hughes, I want tow Deal with the men who advertise. You
> you one of our greatest publka7 has proved its worth in thousands of cases. will never lose by it."-BEN. FRANKUN. Yours, anxious to please, : .
I : "Allibone's Dictionary." IttirtkJ08 \ tWhen the stomach lacks vigor and regularity ; 43( Write L & B. S. At. H. about it. -g&
will be flatulency heartburn Ask your dealer for Ed. L. Huntley & Co.'sHONEST
I some information about there oF Lllff '

ojof any account England and nausea, sickness, headache, nervousness. '

i u Now, let us see for example, Use Dr. J. II. McLeans Strengthening Cor- i CLOTHING

fat it says about Thomas Hughes.* dial and Blood Purifier to give tone and ,

Po he turned to the stomach. \ H our goods are not in the bands of some '
to H and lol the name .
I a KNOWTHYSELE j BTOREf EEPEB in fOur section you can PROCURE -
author of 'Tom Brown's School ADVICE. j THEM from tho BEST KNOWN and
p \Vlsnt.hero.." Philadelphia W'"- feet warm THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA I < largest MAii/-OiiBEJi Wholesale Cj-onriNa nOOSE
cool ,
;::"Keep your heak your Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatiseon tin the world, at prices tfcatrijl MAKE YOUR
. your liver active and trust in God, was the the Errors of YouthPrematareDeclineNerrona I eyes snap and KEEP YOU guessing bow we can .
advice of a celebrated physician to a patient, and Physical Debility Impurities of the Blood. { afford TO DO IT. If your DEALER doe not
'The keep our goods. send to us and wo WILL furnish -
At Length of the DaEe you can regulate the action of your liver, IHOWg you a Suit or Overcoat express or mail .

London, England, and Bremen, kidneys and bowels by using DeWitt's Sar- YOUR FENCE ? paid on receipt of price. We will win and hold

oT the longest day has 16i hours. absolutely reliable blood purifying your patronage if yon try us with an order t We
an .
have built this immense bTjainota by our
rgpckholrn; Sweden; it is 18J hours remedy, for sale by Dixon. &: Gray. I I ; We have the CHEAPEST and Best PAINSTAKING cp methods and by doing by otbo. <
IfSSth. At Hamburgin.GennanY i aIn c== WOVEN WIRE FENCING I era as we would bo done by. '
Dantzi in Prussia the the decline of life infirmities beset us 3 .h. i Wire Ropo Selvage.f ED. L. HUOTLET & Co., Style Orfg :aton. ''
ha longest Resulting from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or "
t .uuars. At.8L to which our youth and maturity were Overtaxation, :Enervating and( nnflttinj* the victim g1Q 1 :I In ordering knits or Overcoats observe
I11d Togo our kidneys and liver are sub- for Work Business, the Married or Social Relation. c r I strictly following rules for xneasurement -
Siberia the longest strangers, !
but nothing equals Dr. Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this greatwork. Q : Breast measure over vest close up nnder
dt hairs and the shortest 5 hours. 1-eet to derangement, Balmas It contains 3\.10 pages,royal Eva Beautiful I arms. Waist measure over pants. inside t
A rn1a Finland June 21 brings a J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney binding embossed, full g jt. Price only l1.O by I leg measure, from crotch to heeL ;
? 1 of these organs. man,postpaid concealeu in plain wrapper. Blus- 'T
JV: s:1 l y than long, and ChristAt a regulator tnLtive Prospectus Free,it you apply lOW. The I I References-Rrrt National Bank of Chi.
less g hours in length ;; SCOTT distinguished author,Wm.JEWELLED H Parker 11. D., re.ceiv sago capital ,OOOroJ; Continental Natioul '
v GREAT th.GOLD AND fIEDALfrom capital 62,000,000. .
Bank of Chicago
j jdbury
Norway the longest De'Vitt'sCough
don't vou cure that cough? the National Medical Association' for '
JJfi3 from May 21 to July 22 WIth- Why and ( Consumption Cure will do it. this PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and I\ ED L HUNTLEY & Co. Manufact i
PHYSICAL DEB ILIT Y.Dr.Parter and corps
the k raption, and in Spi bergen This remedy is positively certain, prompt of Assistant Physicians may be consulted, confl- f urers and Wholesale Dealers in Clothing
..west day is 3i months. satisfactory, if you have dentiaL'T, by mail or in person, at the once of fiOCTCBZS
At' and thoroughly Poultry and Stock Fencing, ; 122 and 124
.Louis THE PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE Lawn. Garden. for Men Boys and Children
% the longest day is somethan this statement to boa fact, Prices low. SOU'vdealers. ,
: tried it No. 4 Bulflnch St.,Boston,Mas,to whom aU 66Z ...
ess Frelrht Paid. Tcirculars. KarketSt ilL!! P. 0.
1.1'- (| 15 hours, and at Mon..... if have not you are doing yourself an orders for books or letters for advice should be BK BcXCtLU HUTU lint rKXCK CO., chic tcu, ILL Chicago,
tip it is 1GI V -*- It is sold by DIxon & Gray. I directed as above. &-.&-.UHiwe1 L&WN aM CEktEI2atY J"' -. f ."i'1. t.

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La CIrouge. Our Washington Letter.% Values at Rockledge.Editor I THE PEOPLES ; CASH BAZAA

", Mrs J. ileudel is quite ill. Vom, our Regular Correspondent jWASHIXGTOS Florida Star : I

A. Froscher has quite a force at workon D. C., Feb. 7, '90. Sin-I notice in the last issue of the .
the re8i ence.t. Ex-Speaker Carlisle is the hero of the Indian River Hotel .News-which, by-the- MR. WAGER-Please say to the people of Indian River tbi* n
Kentucky .
hour in democratic circles for the able way. is a bright little sheet and reflects
.. Mrs D. Rawls, of Columbia, S. C., is manner in which he has compelled the credit upon its proprietor-the statement have just got back from New York and have not got the good 'I'fT'.j

; virjtiug her sister, Mrs. Julia Coleman majority of the House committee on wealthiest that towns Rockledge in 1 the United is one States of the in yet. That I bought nearly 3OOO, worth of goods for SPOT CASH _

L : J. T. Johnson, of Turnbull, and Asa rules to act in reporting the code of rules and that
proportion to her population,
That that amount of cash represents nearly $;),OOO bought on t-, ,
I' \Yiiigit, of Emporia, have moved into sooner than they had intended. The new the value of the real estate and impron..1ment" J

c this settlement.' rules are about as one-sided and unfair within her boundaries: amounts to regular LONG time-That we have some bargains that we will 1 1-!:-; .
a million dollars I was surprised at the '
L. Oarlile has a large band of j>ea- to the minority as they could well be,
., statement and could not but doubt its ; 'eek.-That we have bought out the entire stock of Mrs. Scri!''':. ." .
pickers in his j *-patch. We hope he and give Speaker Reed almost as much accuracy. By investigating learn that : '

will realize a handsome sum from his authority as he has exercised! without the County Assessofor p' rpo"c of :Millinery, Etc., and propose to close it out at original cost Tin ,

'" them. It took seven hours to get a majority taxation puts the value of all property
t, crop. within the boundaries of the Rockledge and see for themselves and to send for samples.
vote in their favor from the -
The of School Xo. 1 republican
following pupils ncoiporation at less than one-eighth of
t Lave had perfect recitations the past caucus, and from all accounts the the above figure. Who i is right It is J.P. TURNER.

\ two weeks : Bessie Feaster, Coleman and discussion was at times extremely bitter.A remarkable that the difference of opinion I

f Carrie Mendel' Janie and Bert Johnson, Democratic caucus also considered the should be so great. The editor of the J. :P. Turner & Co.
Hotel hews: has, evidently, an exaggerated f
i Eltert and Carrie Frontier Jerome and rules reported, and although they regard idea of values in" the vicinity of Kockedge. .----

Feaster John Henry and them as so many gag-laws it was decided While! Assessor possiblynot WV/TKK: &lIIUI.tM -J. H.
r. Jakie Mary, our may I GEORGE 1;. KOBLINS, I K UNotir .:
r" Charles Carlile, Green and Lee Coats, that if the Republicans would allow a properly appreciate its intrinsic .at-Law. AttvatLa :. I' ,

Lena and Gertrude Mendel. Julia, Sallie reasonable time for their debate so their worth' it does seem as if the latter had B.obbj.n.s" GJ..hatJa.: :: c3 R.ol"11n.s,

.. and Trez Feaster and Tommie Kiln.Eau injustice might be shown to the country, got 'way down" beltHhard pan figures aud
: for surely the Hotel Indian River REAL, KSTALL JTE DEALERS,
E no unusual obstacles would be interposed'
manificentgrove attached, and the fame KZXDS ()l' PKOPKKTY nn"( I1"'. S: 3D & Lit U.\ (.ln.
i Gallic. by the Democrats to prevent their adoption ous property of G. ri. Ilanlee are alone ;
Members of Brcvard Abstract of Title Co
by the majority, as they only I wish to worth more than an eighth of A million ,
Mr. C. H. Walton. has been busy on put themselves on record as protesting of any man's money. Is it po,iMe that J-. O. Cox, S50,
his homestead. tlockiedge i is not paying her quota of the i
against their adoption. county taxes? TITUSVILLE, BllEVAKD CO., FLORIDA.
The steam launch, STanza, took a
Economical men in Congress ere surprised GROWLER.Nap&t&a \Ve Buy and bell all kinds of Heal Estate and are Mile :Agent for I !' .,
'party to Titu\ille and back lat: week. to learn from a speech of Senator carciulh'-sch.t.ted IJrollt1rtil' in all parts ol Brcvard i tumy.

I Mr. R. P. hatch has purchased the Morrill's that, owing to the overcrowded Launch "LMnier" Ri:'l.lI:r.F I 1fvrnti'l1: {urn? h'il at character, location and tali .. ,

Houston bullock team, and i is hauling condition of the public buildings in party on Indian River. bwsinew ,
Our facilities for the transaction of a general an,1'"
wood for the learners. Washington, $121,700 a year is :spent: by Can be Hired for Short Runs or Crui- and every eti'ort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intentHiM Pun'1.,tMmay n 11:

Mrs Treutler returns thank to the the Government to rent private build- ng. For terms and particulars addressW. favor us with their patronage.No ; .

lady who sent her the presents, but who ngs. The buildings: that are worst oft P. Underwood, Cocoa, Fla. Special Properties attention lifted given unless to the Colonies Title i>and Perfect.byndirates desiring largp V-,..t'i .

failed to attach her name. are the White House, the Patent office, 11icell i landWriu- for Pi&iripthe Pamphlet.GEORGE .

- this Postuffice and Government printing of- PIANO for SALE __ ,__ .._ _h _ __ _. __ n --- -- _
Duck and quail are numerous in ,
littleof fice. The last named is in a deplorable AI.SOA M ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GHAUAM.HiM..
neighborhood, but you must use a
the sportsman's tactics to bag them. condition looked at from every stund- SEINE, ;50 YARDS LONG. Ero"'U"arc1. Abs1rnc't;: of Titlo Co.,

point. It is old and its walls are in a dangerous APPLY A Incorporated A. D. 1889.
who has been
Mr. J. '\T. Huntington,
ou. a visit to }lr. and )Ir--. J. O. Walton condition; it is i unhealthy and is Dr. C. A. Hentz, City Point, Fla. .C.U'LTAI.'STOC'ili, $J ,000 ; FULLY: PiII ; -.tSSISS.tfLr..

for* about a week returned to Titusville in constant danger from fire. There is a Charges, for AlMratte "*> follows: $3.00 for Opening Numlier and :Jtf..'r 11. !

Thursday evening. pretty general agreement that it will be The Haw Rock Ledge Hotel dditional Tranvier. For continuing an Abstract the charges* are the toaU1'lz i '.
cheaper to erect the necessary buildingsthan for the first additional and 50c. for each HICCt.\\.1illg tran ier.
New House New Furniture. Cuisine, beat
Miss Stevens and Mrs: Knapp, who to pay such a large amount for Sanitary conditions perfect. For further Taxes Paid lox :\unUcshlcllts.For .

are staying at the College, will probably rents. Early action is expected in Congress information addressG. t* a Small Fee we will relieve non-resddent land owner oi use a :
purchase a mo t advantageous property to relieve this unsatisfactory state M.: BRADLEY, Proprietor, annoyance incident to the Pay mint of Taxes, and Insure them against I I. 'r

on our little bay shortly.We of affairs. ROCK LEDGE, FL.:\.. Sale. Iy t
Box 250 Titusville Fla.
hear Mr. Will. Glea>on has been The Republicans of the House did not ST. LUCIE HOUSE ,
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appointed postmaster in the place of Mr. dare to seat mith, of West Virginia ; R.iver :E3etel:
H. IL Olmstead. The date of change of until they had a legal quorum of their I Opposite Indian River Inlet, ,

postmasters has not yet been fixed. own members present to vote him in. ST. LUCIE FLORIDA.
l lessrs. Hodgson Bros new store opened Had[ they done otherwise the Supreme llot'lismw
new (\pa< 'f !>'
for business on Saturday. It presents Court would probably have been givenan Unrivalled Hunting, Fishing -_ Guests.

a very neat appearance, and the stock of opportunity to pass on the constitutionality Boating Etc. I :- :. Table supplied with 4"

goods is both varied and first-class. of Mr Reed's ruling in the mat __ sters, Fish, Duck. 1't..t. '
First-Class Accommodations. Opened soil Orange.. I' ,
= ;
of of
ter a the House. The fact
Mr. J. O. Walton has ordered the lum- quorum
from January 1st to May 31st. s Bananas, eteSaltandSulpbur.
ber for a new and substantial landing in that the Republicans waited until they JAMES PAINE, Proprietor. : B,' .

front of his residence.! He also intends had a quorum- present- to take the decisive p.. : /'::1"rESJiJ1'1- t' ,_ ,... Free to Guests.

building a boat house. vote shows how little confidence they ; (t : t fit ,,; 'f. J ;'\ J! A U' Sail. How and S tea.a.
have in the legal; status of Mr. Reed's Qij g, L'ii l 0 & Qt; ')l Jr {?3:1c: ;: :il; ':* f51Jo'i; boats Cunneettd s a:, l"
}lr. and Mr! John A-pinwall have !; :, ; ,Trtr-H\oI7. 1# S Hotel.
rulings. ;:. :! ,, ', :':L'1. .r-' ", lllIf ,::rnl '" ,
moved into their new residence. Air. F fI"' ?T 'I': =- ': '- "': Best of Huntio0 r, .
A gloom has been spread over official JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '1// .
I I IH : 'l. t M ''.L'. j F Fishing. Hunters i- ,3
Aspinwall intends making various iin- -i ,", I .
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'\\IIilll'I1IITJIt It.L 'I"'i"F'i I! J "I I fit h '
and social life Washington: owing to : P "Eif: .-o.""''' -"; and Crunson app 1.leat-wl.i
'4 proteinents on his place as :-(lOn as possi- the deaths iu the Cabinet circle. Sun- Crockery, Glassware, ,,t f 1 j't '13i1j r 'it'1f1 i Rate: 2 to $3 itr dol:

ble. :'l"2 ,, Q iw r. +tl'ii1! 'i ,,., I 'tI'I a 1 Special rates per tr n.k
day morning Secretary Blame's daughterdied House-Furnishing "' 11'1' ''''' s. -,-
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.. month.
We understand that the bridge built and : :1...I, : .. or
Monday morning Secretary Oil -jJ. P.- t -> .; : 1
Lamps $ Y'ujJul'Sloves y.
by Mr. Treutler is to be pulled down residence
was destroyed by fire the
G Stone Filters. TITUSVILLE, FLOB.JDA.: : j
and placed along the edge of the land, a nj
lives of his wife and loot and
:: daughter Situated on the Banks> ot'the far-iauied Indian Kiver. !
Capt. Carey defraying the cost of its removal himself brought out in an 4ncoi>cioiii VJ'e solicit the patronage of The Chief Office of \'t. S. Signal Service Is in the Indian Ili er llolrl. 1
-about $lOO. F. B. SACKETT, Proprietor
condition by the firemen. The funeralof our neighbours of theCAST }
Mr. Moseley has built quite a unique Mrs. and Miss Tracy was held in the ,1I

residence at the mouth of Banana river.It East room at the White house on Wednesday COAST.INDIANRIYERSTATE. I ar_ J ..m. __B _AD-Y-,

is in the Moorish style of architecturewith and a more affecting scene has
BANK. Groceries Gram Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
a high tower, and is the only house never been witnessed here. V>. ,

of the kind on this coast. Representative Mutchler, of jVennsyl- TitusUlIc, Florida. I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple -Jl

Professor F. E. Lent, a friend of Capt. vania, who is:: one of the shrewdest Democrats Fancy
under Laws of
I Incorporated State Florida.
Carey, of Rochester N. Y., arrived at in the House, says : "Reed's rulings -I Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf

,. the Treutler Hotel on Friday last, and have made; it a certainty that the Authorized Capital, $100,000, ,
all kinds. Also Stock of
will remain here for some time. He saysEau Democrats will have a good working ma- Paid-up Capital $25,000. my

Game is a most picturesque placeto jority in the next House." A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Food & YTh at.I .

stop 3ot..Colonel. The United States Supreme Court has SACTED.
am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Lin-; *
George H. Appleton, of St. decided that the test-oath clause in the JAMES PRITCHARD. President, .
Goods. I buy closer and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and soli'::?
W. B. BARNEIT Vice-President
: Louis, who Las been attached to the U. constitution of Idaho is constitutional. WM. M. BROWN, Cashier., your patronage. Very truly,

S. legation in China and Japan for about The Blair educational bill, which is beginning E. L. BRADY.
I Directors James Pritchard. B. Bar-
seven years, was here a day or so last to look hoary, was taken up this : W.
nett; J. H. Durkee, S. Graham, and
week. It is rumored that he has purchased week in the Senate and it may get throughthe \\'. M. Brown. GOLDSMITH BROS.

e land in Eau Gallie, and will erecta House, but it is doubtful.
substantial residence thereon for himself Another re-rated pension office official, Every favor consistent will Conservative We are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors, and laving
Ball illy eitenlei. enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning: we solicit the good will of vi r
and family. F Deputy Commissioner Hiram Smith, continuance of the
friends in a same. We shall always keep a full Stock of
has gone. When asked for his resignationhe Correspondents : Seaboard Nat'l Bank,of
New York Xat'l Bank of Jackson\ille. Goods Hats
Notions Etc.
Halifax and Indian HI*'cr Line sent it in, and thereby secured a ; Dry Clothing, ,

The Fast and New Steam Yacht Vera month's pay, the resignation being accepted JACKSONVILLE MARBLE' CO And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. We
xvilUeave Ormond Mondays, Wednesdaysand to take effect March 5th, and he have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies, which tf

Fridays at 7 a. m. for Titusville. has been given leave of absence to that Dealers in worth Seeing and Buying. -

Returning, leave Titusville, Tuesdays, date. He was appointed last May. i We only deal in
: Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m. from
Firs1 -01.asa Goods
Considerable excitement was created ,
city docs foot of Main street. Passengers ,
k tinfv.F Wednesday by the news that ex-Speaker Bought in first-class manner, and guarantee price as well as quality.

F 43-3t. CAPT. '\ 1. KITCIIELL Randall was much worse. Mr. Randallhas I =mT: Iron Fencing, GOLDSMITH BROS., TITUSYILLE, FLA.

"1 been so deeply interested in the fightin w Z Lawu Furniture

Merit Wins. the House that he has overtasked his 4L Z Marble, S1 ra berry I'l ants 1.1 15eptombcr

We desire to say to our citizens, that brain thinking of it in order to make suggestions = -I Granite, Slate, Annan's Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, 84.00 per 1000. Order early
tor years we have been selling Dr. King's to the Democratic leaders, andit =OQ. :: Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate
:XeDiscover1' for Consumption, DrKing's Onyx.Building INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer CV
has had bad effect his health.A .
New Lite Pills, Bucklcn's Arnica a upon CD r Stone, Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Maperf ud
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have bill has been introduced in the Senate .: Wire Fencing, Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogs

never handled remedies that sell as \\ell to admit New Mexico. An attemptwas 3 Slate Mantels, JOHN>: B. BEACH, Indian hirer Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.
or that have glen such universal satisfaction. -
made to have the Senate pas the bill Iron Mantels.
We do not hesitate guarantee
them every time, and we stand ready to I. providing for the organization of Okla- Grates YOUNG ORANGE GROVE, EDGAR HOUSE,

refund the purchase price if satisfactory homa Territory this week, but it failed, Well located Indian River
results do not follow their use. These not because of opposition, but because t" on ; payingnet Close to ludlau River Inlet.
n b 0 J a Q 6 Q A''I'W 10 per cent. now. Price, $ JOOO.
have their
fl remedies won great popularIty precedence was claimed for the Blair ed- FLORIDAFish
purely on their merits. Dixon & ucational bill. IK I Bargain. Answer quick. FORT PIERCE

1 Jrey, Druggists. W. The Ohio ballot box forgery investigation J I 1.I .J.. .!_.ill ADDRESS, BOX S1G,TITUSVILLE. Oysters and Game by the

was resumed this week. Among the 1
1, The Great Social Requisite. most interesting witnesses were Governor ,: t .) 1 Schooner, MANATEE Millions. Boats, Wagons and Baggies
Campbell and Murat Halstead. Ex-Gov- f .1 I t t t tI to take Tourists hunting
"Blue Blood" is still an essential .
part J. W. ZELLEKS, Master.
Foraker attends session of
t of the great social question, but after aU ernor every fishing. Good Road from here fc?
the committee, and seems to (u11y realize Und all kinds of Tlllnjr, Hearth, Wire Mats and This 28-ton Yacht can be charteredfor
1- blood is the of life and P. P. P.
key ,
has pare achieved phenomenal success as a that be is on trial. in Stnne.fact anything It made of Wire, Iron,or any kind of all points up and dowrfthe river, on the Gulf Coast.

11 purificant and corrector of all ailments Mr. Harrison did not attend the Supreme Send for Catalogue, at the same time, stating thestyle the coast, or to the-Bahamas. I haveutfots and Houses to sell io
4 arising from bad blood and its contingent Court centennial in New York on of Loads you ar*in need of as ve hare different Commodious, safe and good accommo- Call Address :
Catalogues In the different branches of our Edgar or
unhappy effects. For sale by Ill account of the sad bereavement in the bu inets. 25 dations. Further particulars addrcss-1

druggists. I homes of two of his Cabinet members.I .1 25 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla. TITUSVUAE, FI t. A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor.


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