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:
March 6, 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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LOCAL LACONICS.Mr. -J. S. Watson & Co. want a lot of -J. S. Watson & Co. have them Drs.
got Barrett
and Hutchinson
wenton S. F. Gray, registration officer
W. R. Sanders was in town on dropped oranges.Dr. .
vegetable crates of all kinds. a shooting expedition yesterday, and September............................ 16 00
1ti Monday. H. H. Cary, Georgia Fish Com- Mrs. J. T. Sanders Solicitor
R. E. Wimberly, of Jackson- returned with thirty-one doves. County ,
-There will be Communion service at missioner, arrived in town last night. ville, is in Titusville visiting her Mrs. salary................................. 65 25
parentsfor Sam. and
Happersett baby Mrs. Mary E. Futeh

the Presbyterian Church Sunday morn Messrs. W. S. and G. M. Wagner, a short time.A started on the noon train yesterday for months ..............,..pauper.........,..two.... 8 00

ing. and Mrs. E. 3!. Wagner and son, of bargain sale of hats will be made Orlando, where she will spend a monthor Mrs E. Bailey, pauper arrears. 4 00

;,. -Money 1 Money Money to Philadelphia, were in town :Monday.Mr. al J. W. Rogers & Co's clothing store for so with her mother.Commodore Mrs. Charity Padgettpaupertwomonths. .

DttiJ loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & J. S. Watson returned from the next thirty days. .......................?....... 16 00
Hitchcock Mrs. Rachel Revels
U. S.
Navy, pauper, two
Fla.Dir. .
Graham, Titusville, Rockledge late last night, having purchased -Get ready for Mangold, the boss Mrs. Hitchcock, Commodore Coffin, U. months ................................ 12 00

Harry Watton, of Sherwood; 2,000 boxes of oranges from Mr. artist, who will open in the Turner gallery S. Navy, and Mrs. Coffin, Washington Mrs. Mary Morgan, pauper, two
the Haulover, started for Jacksonville Gingras. months ..................._........... 16 00
near on the 18th inst. were at the Indian River Hotel Monday.J. A. J: Henderson
yesterday, and may possibly go as -Services at St. Gabriel's Episcopal -Mr. Sam. Happersett has gone to S. Watson & Co. want all the months............................... 16 00

tr :)JGtD.i far north as New York. Church on Sunday-morning at 11 and DeLand, where he has secured a position vegetables you can ship them. They John L. Eaufala, pauper, two months.. 8 00
J -The steamer Georgiana left this evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. A. T. Sharpewill with M.Sanders.County Commissioner -
a officiate.Mr. the firm of G. A. Dreka & Co. can get you as good prices here as you .........................'........ 6 00
1 morning with an excursion party, who can get by shipping north.
-Owing to the illness of the little son A.J.CarterCountyCommissioner 5 80

,,.'(, will spend the day at Merritt, and hear C. O. Parker has been appointed of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Ensey, they will Mangold, Palatka's popular artist, W. R. Sanders, Assessor.. ............ ,76 13

.1 Jliss Emma Thursby sing.It superintendent of the J., T. & K. W. not be able to remove to Tropic for a opens in Turner's gallery on the 18th SINKING FUND. .

'LiI is the intention of the Indian Railway in the place of Mr. J. A. Larn week or so. and will remain but a short time. Call J. Pritchard, interest on interest-

River Steamboat Company to build an- erd, resigned.J. : bearing warrant...................f 41 66-
early, see the specimens and
.. -The latest quotations at New York, secure .
other steamer this summer, which will S. Watson & Co. have just received sittings. BUILDING FUND.
be placed on the Daytona route. two of yesterday, were as follows: Beans, $4.00 ; J. Pritchard, insurance.............$ 65 00
, cars different kinds of fertile $4.50 Messrs. Ed. Miller
cabbages, and
; tomatoes, $3.50. Oranges J. F. Lewis, Whereas, petition of T.
upon Henry
1 Brick-laying on the new bank build- izers, and you certainly will do well to are high who have been on a hunting and fishing Titus
a writ of Mandamus to be di
:s...1 J Ji ing is about completed, and the trusses write where.them for prices before buying else l\Ir.l'1ason Young, of the J. T. & K.I trip down as far as Fort Pierce, are back I'' rected to W. W. Snell, R. J. Mathes

for the roof are in position. The con W. in town again, having had excellent
System, was in town Tuesday morn I and J. R. Carter, inspectors of the election
tractor expects to complete the work by -The long-looked-for sidewalk : sport during their absence.J. .
i I connecting ing, having been a passenger on the new held in Eau Gallie on the 10th day

the first of April. the entrance of the Episcopal boat, St. Sebastian, to Jupiter. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the of December, A. D. 1889, under Chapter

-Eev. John T. Huntington, Episcopal Church with the sidewalk on Palm street, -The manager, Dr. W. S. Graham, pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor- 3700 of the Laws of Florida, and to

clergyman from Hartford, Ct., arrive has at last been laid, and is a boon to expects to present the drama, entitled ida, is now operating Lake Worth, Fla., "r m. Roesch, clerk of said election, and

',1.1t ed at the-Indian River Hotel last night, those attending service at the above "tneralda," to a Titusville audience, at where all communications may be addressed for them to be ordered to re-assemble

and'many of his friends were glad to see church. Wager's Hall, next Tuesday night. I and information received. and re-count the ballots cast at said ;

him in town again. -We learn that the body of the late -Mr. L. B. Bigelow, lately a partner The steamer St. Lucie arrived Monday election, and to make a proper certificate.

Mr. A. C. Gardener who E. P. Cronin, who died at the Indian of the result of said election
has beenin with Mr. Geo. F. Ensey in the lumber evening from down the river, where she and specify

New York for the past six weeks, River Hotel recently, from abcess of the business, arrived in town yesterday. He grounded near Jupiter Narrows. The therein the number of votes cast "for

is expected here to-day or to-morrow brain, arrived at Baltimore, Md., in perfect has been living in Salt Lake City, Utah. Sebastian arrived the next morning witha selling"* and '"against selling," and to

with a large line of the nicest and most condition. The body was embalmedby M. B. Bunnell big crowd of passengers, she being make due return of the same according ,
fashionable goods ever brought into Ti- Mr. Froscher, of this place. bricklayer stuck nearly in the same place as the St. to law. And whereas, the prayer of the
plasterer, is prepared to take contracts
tusville.A -Captain Buie did well with the St. Lucie for almost a day. said petition was granted by the lIon.
anywhere on Indian River. Addressall
fight between two colored men Augustine yesterday. He did not leave communications to Titusville Flori The schedule of the Indian River John D. Brooine, Judge of the Seventh

fc at LaGrange, Sunday morning, resultedin Melbourne until six o'clock in the morn da. 29' Steamboat Company was changed againon Judicial Circuit of Florida and the

one man named.Williams cutting another ing and arrived here at a few minutes -Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Twichell returned Tuesday. For the present the steamerSt. alternative writ was ordered to bo issued.

past twelve, making connection with the Lucie will And whereas, in pursuance of said order
with a brush axe over the back to their Kansas City home last make three trips a week to

from the right shoulder blade to the left noon train, which waited his arrival. Friday afternoon, and will stop en route Jupiter, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- the Clerk of the Circuit Court issued

arm, severing the muscles of that arm. Brevard county had the first roast in Kentucky, and spend a day visiting day, leaving at the same time as the St. said writ, under the seal of the court;
and whereas the said
Sheriff Bowman captured Williams and ing ears of the season on exhibition at the Mammoth Cave. Augustine, viz: 3:15 p. m. The Sebastian writ was duly

now has him in jail. the Sub-Tropical last week. Captain will remain here several days to have the served, and on the 27th day of February
-Mr. J. S. Watson wishes to correct A. D. 1890, the said inspectors and clerk
-In justice to Mr. T. F. Kidwell we Paddison, our wide-awake commissioner, the banana item in columns two machinery put in proper running order.
our did re-assemble and re-counted and
wish to that the Times-Union was in secured the corn from Dr. Wiley's farmat The buckets on her wheels travel too low re-
say weeks' The mistake
ago. happened bya canvassed the votes cast at said election
error last Thursday in stating that be Mims. It was also from Dr. Wiley'splace and have to be raised, and her steering ,
misunderstanding between Mr. Watson's
and made a proper certificate of the result -
that the first served gear needs overhauling. As soon as the
had been discharged. Mr. Kidwell resigned green corn
clerk and Mr. Turner which
of said
con- election, specifying therein
in but this season at Mr. Flagler's St. Augustine Sebastian is ready for her route the St.
early February, was requested -
versation, at the time heard
was by our that the whole number of votes cast was
hotels from. Lucie will be hauled off her boiler needing
by Mr. Larnerd, superintendent, came
reporter.Ice twenty-eight, and. that the whole number
to serve a while longer, until they could -Mrs. E. M. Moore, accompanied by repairs.
formed in this section Monday of votes cast "for selling" was six-
secure a man to take his place. her friend, Miss Marion Chandler, who -The Juvenile Minstrel entertain-
morning about a quarter of an inch in teen, and the whole number of votes

'.-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton, of has been on a visit here for some time thickness, and Tuesday morning showeda ment that took place at Wager's Hall on cast against selling" was twelve, and

6 Heath, have been spending a few days past, left for Orange Park yesterday.Mrs. white frost quite heavy in some places. Friday evening last was a creditable affair made due return of the said certificate

Moore will, probably, remain at the to the boys who took part in it, as it within five
This is
'in town Governor Fleming has ap- the first severe weather we have days, as required .by law.

pointed Mr. Morton notary public for above place-which is her former home had this winter, and to-day it is quite was the first appearance of these youth Now, therefore, on motion, it is ordered
for two or three weeks, and Miss Chandler ful amateur minstrels before the critical that the said
Heath. :Mrs. Morton left for New York warm again. certificates admitted
will stay there until May, when she eyes of a Titusville public. "The Haunted
will into the made the 17th
to-day, where she remain several -Miss Emma Bowers, one of Jackson canvass on day
months. Miss Schuyler, Mrs. Morton's will return to her home at Andover, ville's charming young belles, who has House," "The Intelligence Office," of December. 1889, of the votes cast at

aster, is expected here from New Yorkin Mass. been visiting her cousin, Miss Jenny and "The Amateur Assistant," as well as said election at the several preciricts of

a week or two. -The steamer Denny, with Civil Engineer Gray, at Rockledge, is now staying with several songs, dances, etc., were very said county, and that the record' be so

Spencer, of the East Coast Canal fairly gone through, and were well re- amended as to read that the whole num-
her friend Mrs. E. L.
urs -Captain Jas. A. Armour, of Jupiter, Co. on board, arrived here Saturday eve- Brady, of this ceived by those present, eliciting hearty ber of votes cast "against selling" was
She will
place. remain in
probably town
arrived here yesterday on the steamer St. ning for the purpose of taking a party of two or three weeks. I bursts of laughter. Mr. Jones and his 87, and that the whole number of votes
Augustine. He gave the STAR office a ladies and juvenile troupe labored under
gentlemen to Daytona a great cast "for selling" was 87.
short but call. He also said Mr. Norman, a new conductor theJ.
pleasant were expected to arrive here Sunday on disadvantage by having to go through Whereas lots 1 and 2 of section 31,
that the reported sale of the Chattahoo- T. & K. W, Railway, went fishing a their several without musical ..
the St. Lucie. parts
morning on steamer In any township 28, south range 38 east, are
chee is correct, and that as soon asJupit- consequence of the steamer beingagroundin few days ago at this place and hooked a assistance, the young lady who promisedto assessed as "unknown" for taxes for the
er Inlet will she will be removedto bass so large that he could scarcely draw
permit assist them having failed to in
the Narrows owing to the shallownessof put an year 1889, and whereas, the party owningthe
river her future route. him in. He said he was only accustomed
Mississippi the the started back appearance. Everything, however,
water, Denny pass- land did not obtain title to it from
It will require several days at present to Sunday morning about ten o'clock.A to catching fish weighing about a ed off as well as could be expected under the United States until September 4,
the in order. pound or so hence no wonder he was
put machinery working ; the unfavorable circumstances. The fol.
false alarm of fire scared the 1889, as shown by the records in the
-Bishop Weed returned yesterdayfrom guests and proprietor of the Indian so excited that the bass tore away from lowing took part: J. W.Jones(manager), clerk's office. Now, therefore, be it resolved -
him just as he was about to pull the fish
his trip to Lake Worth. Arriving River Hotel yesterday morning, whichwas Donald McDonald, Frank Watson, Will that this Board instruct the col-

at Jupiter on his way down, he hired aspecial occasioned by smoke being blown out of the water.A Hale, Jules Knox, George Tyler and Ly- lector to cancel said assessment and markit

train to carry him to Juno, at into one of the rooms from a defective fine hunting and fishing location, m'an Singleton. as an error.

the head of Lake Worth, as to have chimney. There was not the slightestcause two miles west of Lake Worth postoffice, On motion, it is ordered that an in-

waited for the regular: schedule would for alarm, as this freak has occurred on Lake Sunset, can be had at a reason- County Commissioners' Pro- terest-bearing warrant for the sum of

greatly have delayed him. At Titus- before owing to a peculiar draught of able price by the right party. As a ceedings, Monday, March 3d. $370.80 be issued in favor of the Chair-

ville, Cocoa, Merritt and Courtney, together air up and down the chimney. Mr. headquarters for a sportsman's club it Members present, Messrs. Morrow, man, Robert Morrow,said warrant to be-
cannot be beat in the State. It consists of Chairman Sanders and Carter. due in from date.
he confirmed twenty-nine per Hutchinson says he is going to make some come ninety days
sons. He will return to this place and alterations that will prevent this down some fifty acres of yellow soil, pine tim- Bills audited and paid from General Whereas, the time for the settlementby

hold service Good Friday evening, April draught.Mr.. bered, and suitable for fruit and vege- Fund : the Collector of Revenue with the

4th. has decided table raising, and is partly cultivated.For John Myers, bailiff, four days State and County having expired on the

Mason Young now fully particulars address John F. High- County and Circuit Court.....$ 5 00 first Monday in March, 1890, therefore,
-A fire, started by a person named to build the marine ways for the smith, Lake Worth, Fla. A. A. Stewart, County Court Cl'k 11 03 be it resolved that the Board of
Johnson,*at Indianola, Wednesday last, Indian River Steamboat Company Geo. B. Hall, Deputy Sheriff..... 8 00 County
-Bishop Weed, on his trip to Indian Commissioners extend the time for final
Unfortunately broke from him, and Sand Point,just above the railway wharfat A. A. Stewart, expenses,costs,etc. 23 75
away River, kindly and generously made a J. E. Bowman, Sheriff mileage, settlement until the first Monday in

spreading with lightning rapidity, continued Titusville, instead of at Eau Gallie. present of over $260 to St. Gabriel's etc....................................... 91 20 May, 1890, and a new warrant be issued .
to bum with fury until Thurs- All these improvements will add considerably A. A. Stewart, clerk and attendance
Episcopal church. This amount off the Collector of
day. It reached the place of Tax-Asses- to the wealth and prosperity I pays .................................... 8 10 to Revenue.
wr Sanders, at Courtney burning some Titusville. Some credit is undoubtedlydue i. all the standing indebtedness of the W. W. Beecher, Deputy Sheriff... 8 20 Board adjourned until first Monday '
church and also applies $100 toward the Florida Can. Co. coffin trimming in May, unless specially called by the,

of his orange trees and doing damage to Commodore W. B. Watson for his : payment of $700 due on the rectory, R. Warren.......................... 1 94 Chairman.
the amount of $1,000. Mr. Sanders' residence untiring efforts in bringing so many due R. H. Hood, making coffin for R. ,
leaving now only $600 the entire
had a narrow escape of been contained valuable improvements about sine he on Warren ................................ 2 50
church property. Mrs. M. E. Titus has R. Metts and J. S. Bell LOST. .
by the flames it being consider- has been in Titusville.Mr. digging }
generously donated two memorial windows grave R. Warren................... 2 50 A pocket book containing 115.00 in.
1 ably blackened and scorched. J. G. Mangold, the "Old Boys' which will be placed in the organ G. Bodaah, lumber. . ............ 90 two checks and order for
-Last Thursday Mrs. Kidwell, of the Artist," of Palatka, has taken a short room. J. S. Bell, hauling body............ 2 00 money, money
small Reward $10.00 will be
Grand View noticed that her gold watch lease of Mr. Turner's photographic gallery J. P. Blake, making yearly statement amount.
-The Indian River Hotel changed .................................... 5 00 paid the finder on receipt of same at the
and chain, a pair of diamond earringsand and will open out ready for busi- hands last Sunday, Mr. F. B. Sackett va- II. J. Brown, feeding prisoners... 11 20 office of Robbins & Graham.

about$5.00 in money had been stolen ness on Tuesday, the 18th inst. Mr. cating and giving the charge of manage- 11. S. Jones,salary County Judge.. 237 50 r

from her room. Suspicion pointed to Mangold has been engaged in the picture ment to Mr. D. S. Hutchinson, the Hennie Brown, two months as

rome of the colored servants about thehoed business for over thirty years, and guar owner, who acted as proprietor for a janitress............................... 20 00 NOTICE.
couple of days; but as he had no timeto "'. W. Snell, bringing ballot-box A special meeting of Indian River
be be done
and several of them were arrested antees as good a-s can carry it on, he called upon Mr. Miller, from Eau Gallie...!.... -......... 4 00 Lodge F. A. M. will be held on Saturdar
Friday, but as yet; no clue has been iff the State. As he expects to remain the late well-known proprietor. of the Dixon & Gray, stationery.......... 1 47 evening next at 7 p. m., at their hall ,
found to the missing articles. It is but a short time it would be well Grand View Hotel, who took possession Robert Morrow County Commissioner ::- when work will be done In the Second

thought that the watch and ear-rings for all wishing extra fine work to call at Tuesday morning, and will conduct the to date......................... 8 00 and Third Degrees.. All members haTe All the differ- affairs of the hotel until November.. Mr. A. J. Carter, County Commissioner requested to be present, and visiting:
changed bands through the colored once and secure sittings. and Mrs. Sackett will'stay in town for a to date..........._......... 580 brethren are cordially invited to attend.;
Ample so many times that there is little ent styles of portraiture executed at week or so, stopping at the Grand View, J. M. Sanders, County Commissioner J. MENDEL W. M.

hope of regaining them. reasonable prices. when they expect to return to Heath. I to date................ ..... 8 00 8. H. RAY, Secretary. E


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THE ONLY HOPE. be closely followed by the coal kings of
Minl t..r Ltnoln Son Submits to an STORM IN JAPAN. Pennsylvania. President Abstract BreTsrd Co. $ q. Bhnr4

Operation-May Now' Reoore Met Silcott In Canada. trsct.Ca

LONDON: Feb. 25.When the news PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 2C.-Regarding BOBBINS & ORAIWI.ATTORNEYSATLAW,

was cabled Thursday of the sudden the dispatches from Washington, stating
Subject of Grave Fear for Certain change for the worse of young Abraham Thousands of Fishermen Swept that Silcott, the absconding cashier of ,

,,' Europeans. Lincoln, the doctors had just told the Out to Sea.Over. the house, was supposed F. Beckwith be in the P. 0. Box'250, TTTUi-TILLE, Brerard Ca. Fieri**..
Minister that unless an immediate state of Washington, Will prsctiee In all the ounces of tU8rttx&
opera formerly a resident of Washington, D. Circuit and In the Supreme Court. Spedsl Uetiu
tion was performed death was only a
Obstacles rhrown.1n thb Path C., and who claims to be personally acquainted ties for Examining and Perfertiog Land TiUex.
matter of a few hours. The cause of One Thousand Boats and Correspoudence solicited frommaatsandDdra
with Silcott \ said "I
this critical situation of : Friday : to Spanish Orsnts. Money to Loan.
was a deposit
of the New Republic Their Crews Lost.A met Silcott in Canada only: three weeks DTJ
flUid in the left pleural cavity, which
When I asked him if he not
ago. were L. GAULDEN
made the patient's breathing oppressive ,
of exile he that .
were not replied
JJ7 AU the Monarchies of Europe-It Is and seriously retarded the action of the Terrific Wind Storm of Three Day' weary
he was, a little, but under no circum-
Said Eiigbuul Is Being Urged to Begin heart. I Duration--Whole Villaces In Mourning.. stances would he return to the United ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
The only ways to release this was by
Aetnal Hostilities-Enforced Naturalisation known Three Europeans Assassinated IB States." Titusville, Florida.
an operation familiarly as tap
Distrustful to Foreigner!-I* the ping the cbe- t, which, while not specially China-Two Others Held by Bandits In Extra Session. M. THRASHER -

Kaiser Sane. dangerous in itself, incurred a fatal risk Who Deuuuid Ueav.r Randoms. NASHVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 25.-An extra A.

LONDON, Feb. 28.-The friends of liberty to a person so weak as young Lincoln. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 26.The steamer session of the legislature opened Mon- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
in and those who hope for Still it was the only hope, and the doctors day. The principal subjects to be con-
Europe, frankly explained the situation to the I China which has arrived from Yoka- P. O. Box 20. SANFORD, TUL
the perpetuity of republican institutionsin sidered are double taxation and the conflicting Will practice in all the counties of the txrsatl
who then consulted and with the
the hama
family, patient. I Hong Kong report election laws. Circuit and Supreme Court.
Brazil.have the gravest fears'for the The lad faced the crisis with the same that the storm of Jan. 24: swept about -- -- -- a
future of that country. By a tacit, if cheerful courage that he has shown TO HANG FOR RAPE. LLEN E. HEYSEK
boats A
not a concerted agreement, all the monarchical -; throughout his illness and assented to 1,000 fishing containing
2,500 and 3,000 people, from the Boshu Death Penalty Pronounced on a Young- -
powers of Europe are throwing ; the operation which gave him the one .

every obstacle in the path of those who.. chance of recovery. I coast Nine hundred of these boats Brute in South Carolina. Attorney-at-Law and Co rEyoc&.:

are laboring toconsolidate a free government Fortunately he came out of it much i|: with all on board were lost. On the COLUMBIA, S. C., Feb. 27.-Will Leap-

there and the smallest excuse for better than was expected. He is recovering i I Fame day eleven boats were wrecked off hart, a young colored man, was convicted J..ake'Vorth t Dade County, Florida.

insult and olfcnae to them is eagerly splendidly from the effects of the I Tabishima and fishermen I in the Lexington county court Saturday Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dad..
taken advantage of. an ,sthetic. Minister Lincoln said that fifty were County lands.JOXES .
and sentenced to be hanged on April
'drowned.. On Jan. 25, I
It appears almost certain that England while his son's condition is still serious
is being urged by other powers to take' the chances of his ultimate recovery are fishermen were drowned off the coast of 11 for committing rape on Miss Rosa & ATKINSON

'the initiative in actual hostilities, as the at least as good as they were before the Ihasha\Va. Cannon, a respectable and pretty young

most prominent naval power, the one crisis which necessitated Thursday's On the 26th the storm swept to sea lady, 16 years of age. On Sunday night, Attorne 's-at-Law
26 Miss Cannon with her little 1Z- } ,
whose is theoretically the operation. Jan. ,
government 300 fishing boats from the Toukomo and
freest and also the one most anxious to Chosie Kadsusa districts. Funeral services year old brother, was sitting by a table Titusville Florida.
reading. They were alone in the house,
maintain for its
a reputation protecting held for about 600 fishermen
citizens in all portions of the globe. His Sentenoe Remitted and lie Is Escorted supposed to have been drowned. Whole Mr. Simeon Cooley and his wife, with J T. SANDERS,
I whom they were living, having gone to..
Enforced Naturalization. to the Frontier. in
villages are mourning.
I church. About 9 o'clock they were
Foreigners in Branl, and especially PARIS, Feb. 25.-The cabinet at a I Three Kuropvan Murdered. alarmed by the window sash being ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

English and Germans, have had for meeting Saturday considered the case of The China Courier d'Haiphong chron- raised, and a colored boy poked his head ,I dicial Will Circuit practice of In Florida.P. all the.Courts of the Seieots Js.

years almost a monopoly of trade in the the Duke of Orleans recently convictedof icles the assassination of three Euro- through the window and. inquired where .
commercial cities, and the recent decrees the and M. his wife, and their He told Miss O. Box 235. TITUSVILLE, HA.
violating expulsion act, sen- peans, D'Argence, Mr. Cooley was. was by Money'to Loan. nTJR.
there enforcing naturalization have tenced to two years' imprisonment.: It son. Their bodies were found in a house Cannon that he had gone to church.

been so distasteful as to force an exodusof was decided to remit the sentence imposed that they had been occupying. The boy then demanded something to L T. DANIEL

the majority of them from the coun- and conduct him to the frontier.i In the HaiKlrt of Uand It... eat, and said that if a piece of bread
trv. Those whose interests do not per- The duke taken to the was not handed him forthwitn he would
was accordingly The states that Messrs.
mit paper '
of &
leaving being .
possessed 3 ,
blow her brains Miss Cannon's little
have frontier Saturday. The route which the Rogue and Costa, whose abduction was out. -
and influence sheltered
capital themselves under the flags, of their I royal prisoner was to follow was kept a previously announced are still detained I brother took the light, and he and COCOA, ) C FLORID
representatives profound secret. I i his sister started to the pantry to get the
and openly boast of their I ny bandits in the mountain fa.tness" .
ability to overthrow the republic. The bandits demand h3o.y ransoms and bread. The dining room is disconnected D. L. DODSON,
Servian omcial AnHiilteil.BELGRPK M.:
I from the house, and to reach it they had
I negotiations are in to that end.
aided the faction progress
They are by priestly
:, Feb. 25.-As A. Touchano- i to cross a platform connecting the two
-- --
and have done their utmost, even by vitch minister of the interior leaving DENTIST
I was $123,000,000 FOR COAST DEFENSES. buildings. While crossing this passageway ,
openly assaulting the officers the law, his bureau Friday, he was seriously I Miss Cannon was seized by the fellow TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

to precip'tate a rupture. It is highly pro wounded in the head with a stone Terms of tho Dill creed to by the Senate who paid it was not bread that he .
bable that reckless Aching teeth filled and sar d without
some Englishmanwill dutrf'uC
blood thrown by a bystander. Efforts were Committee. wanted, and threw the young lady to the nerres. Teeth with .bees..s maW
soon cause an effusion of in I made to arrest the assailant, but he succeeded WASHINGTON, Feb. "J6.-The senate the floor, and in spite of her screams lully. Roots crowned snb-U'itisQjr, Platte,..
the of and
hope obtaining notoriety, thus t in : Para Broken Plates mended
escaping.Muider and efforts to free herself from his pure gum. Ear:
bring on complications, the consequences committee on coast defenses Friday ordered he his fiendish fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted paialM*.
/ of which will be disastrous to and Sulcldo by Dynamite. Chairman Dolph to report : grasp, accomplished pur- ly. Office on Washington srenne. ff

A Brazil BREMEN, Feb. 25.-A brick-layer, bly his bill to provide for favora-I: pose.Her
little brother had run to the neigh- S. GRAHAM M. D.
Brazil Snubbed.' Seidl, Friday made a futile attempt to and other sea coast defenses. ; bors for help, and her screams were WALTER ,

The Marquis of Salisbury has shown I shoot his landlady. and wrecked the carries an appropriation of $123,000,000, I! heard by the villagers, who hastened to Office .
Consultation, $1 00.Visits
bv his trea ment of the Brazil charged I house with dynamite, killing both the of which $21,500,000 shall be available the house. But when assistance arrivedthe In
affaires an astounding lack of diplo- woman and himself. villain had fled. His victim TitusTUle. $1CO.
in the ending June 30,1891 $9,000- was cry-
ypar ; Calls between 10
and the remark made I I p. m. and 6 s. be chartA
macy justified I Lord Tennyson Seriously IlL 000 a year for eleven years thereafter, ing piteously. From the description she double rates.Obstetrical.
Liberal leader of the houseof
Monday by
and $4,500,000 in the $1902-3. The and her brother gave of the appearance and
LONDON, Feb. 25.-Lord Tennyson is year I cases, cases onUide the Corpsrv-
that free
commons, prejudice against suffering from a severe attack of influenza appropriation is to be expended in accordance -I and dress of the brute, he was captured lion are positively detlmtd.
institutions is in of -
so ingrained men
I about half hour afterward. The
with the
recommendations of an
eradicate Lord Salisbury's stamp as to hopelessly principle I I Freshwater at his, Isle residence of Wight, "Farringford His condi-, the board of officers appointed by the I identification was positive, and evidencein J F. LEWIS,
upon emergency every tion is serious. president, which have been .published at several important particulars against
of fairness and justice.IS I
various times.Favorable I Leaphart made an overwhelming case
I ;
EMPEROR WILLIAM CRAZY? THE TWIN CITIES. action was also taken by the of guilt against him, so he was Satur- .CM Engineer aniTilusvillc 81ll'YEJtr

committee on Senator Stanford's bill authorizing day convicted and sentenced as above Fla.
His Eccentricities Have' Led Many Peopleto The Immense Water Power at Meeker the appointment of a board of stated.

Think So. Island to Be Put to VIIP- I three officers of the army and three of B. BURCHFIELD
BERLIN, Feb. 28.-The German em- ST. PAUL, Feb. 26.-It leaked out late I the navy to examine and report the most I

peror's eccentricities have caused re- Monday afternoon that Henry Villard suitable site for a gun factory on the He Forges the President's Name and Gets COUNTY SURVEYOR

newed rumors as to his unsound mental had purchased a controlling interest in Pacific coast. An appropriation of $1- Behind the Bars.

condition. His costly sending of the the St. Paul and Minneapolis Street rail- 000,000 is made to expend on the pur- WASHINGTON, Feb. 2J.About two Orders by mail will receive as prompt

Berlin garrison; to Templehof for a few 1 way system, over 200 miles of road, the chase a report of the from site and Gen.the Benet necessary, chief plant.In of or-. weeks ago J. P. Powell, a colored preacher attention as calls in person. %

hours' maneuvers merely to satisfy him- St. Paul Gas Light company and the dnance, accompanying the bill he came here from Barton, Ala., and Address: Georgians, Fla.
aelf as to'the efficiency of the bureau of Edison electric light plant. Mr. Villard says
i the favors carried to the White House a letter pur-
department giving out of
transportation caused a great flutter I has also purchased a large interest in the I the work of furnishing and assemblingguns part porting to be signed by "Benjamin Har- LA RUE P. ELY,
Meeker island
where it is
among the corps; of special correspondents pro- "
by contract.In President of the United States,
the 1
and posed improve waterpower
the German
ital, and diplomats cipher dispatches were soon cap- now running: absolutely to waste. I order to justify the establishmentof I informing him that a position worth$100a Notary Public for tile State alLaryc.
t Mr. Villard was in conference at New a gun factory on the Pacific coast, it month was awaiting him, aud direct-
to London Paris Rome Vienna
flying would to be he Justice of the Peace !17th DIst
seem indispensable, ,
and t>t. Petersburg. YOlk for three days last week with says ing him to report at once.

I Thomas Lowry, president of the street .1 that the steel forgings should also be Mr. Halford quickly undeceived the CONTRACTOR & BUILDER

A Horror In Hamburg. railway systems of the Twin Cities, and produced iron there. The progress of the poor man, and went with him to see of over 30 ears' experience. Natural
and steel
HAMBURG Feb. 28.-When a large Crawford Livingston, president of the I has been heretofore industry of that hinderedby section Chief Postoffice Inspector Rathbone to finish a specialty.

number of workmen were engaged Monday gas company. Mr. Livingston returned seriously see if the cruel practical joker could not
I the lack *
about the Floret Coocert hall, which here Sunday night, and Messrs. Villard i of suitable coals. Even or- be discovered. It was a heartless bit of Melbourne, Florida.

is being erected in this city, the iron cupola : and Lowry, who are still in New York, dinary coal for fuel Gen. Benet says, is deception. Powell was given enough

'. fell, burying thirty-eight men in the I j are expected here next week, when the largely imported in Colorado. money to take him home, and Chief In- IST-AUM-A-llSPS:

; ruins. Five have been token out dead, !{ deal will be completed. It is proposed THE CHICAGO STOCK YARDS. spector Rathbone at once began a search-

and eight have been rescued severely in- > to use the Meeker Island power to generate -I -- ing investigation to discover the forgery.It NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGING I

jured. Five others are missing. 1 the electricity for the running of the I It la Rumored That an :English Syndicate seems he has been successful, for Sunday -

j' street c.the lighting of the two cities i Has Gobbled 'Em. evening Private Secretary Halford THE PIONEER AGE. CT.
Em In Pasha Going to Reconquer. and eventually to heat them as well.i received the
CHICAGO Feb. following from
: 26.-The Times telegram
says: For adims
BERLIN, Feb. 28.-Emin Pasha has terms sample copies
I The amount of money in the three The Union stock yards of Chicago Chief Inspector: Rathbone, dated Chat-
K written to a friend that he has declined schemes is over $10,000,000. ,
tanooga, : CHAS.H.NAmiAN
the khedives offer of the I everywhere known as the largest in the ,

a eastern Soudan, with his governorshipof residence at
Suakim, and that he .resolved to re- {' WASHINGTON, Feb. 2(5.-Although the English syndicate. The price of this the president's name to a ,communication forging

turn to Wadelai and reconquer that president made no sign of approbation or enormous plant, with its acres of land, to J. P. Powell, colored, which- -v.T. R. KNOX,
countxy for Germany. disapprobation during the contest in the miles of live stock pens, and numerous caused Powell to Washington
ip I North baKota ,
I legislature the
p: over lottery sources of revenue, is $30,000,000 and "
Condition of Abraham Lincoln. a pecting a position as special agent.
: bill, he was nevertheless a close readerof
a LONDON Feb. number of rich Englishmen are ready to
Notwithstanding FLA.
the everything published in connection that of CHURCH IN THE RACE ,
r fact that the condition of Abraham exchange sum money for a con- PROBLEM.
: with the affair and how he stands
Lincoln the son of United States :Min-i 1 rolling interest in the largest and most Cardinal Gibbons Any and ail kinds of work don with the VrssA-
the matter is indicated in the semiofficial Suggests Christianizingthe
later Robert Lincoln is |Ion profitable stock yards in America.The Special attention to Inside finishing. I s'***
slightly improved statement which come from the sale is not merely Negroes to Settle the Question. .
r : contemplated,
attending physicians con- White House that no man who favoredthe BALTIMORE Feb. 27.
-iider his case as still being critical. but active negotiatisns are now in progress -Cardinal Gibbons HAVING BOUGHT THE INDUS
transfer of the Louisiana lotte y to with every prospect that the deal begun Sunday at the solemn high RIVER BAKERYWe

SORGHUM IN KANSAS.It North Dakota need e q>ect favorable recognition will be consummated; within a few days. mass a course of lenton sermons. The
in the distribution of federal will Keep on Hand Every Day
Saturday, Feb. 15. Walter Potter of subject was "Penance." Before begin-
Will Grow Where Cereals Fail-Re- patronage. This has knocked out a half the Boston firm of Potter Love Company
u; the
port from the State Sugar Jn.pretor. dozen prominent office&eekers who have tailed from New York on the ning bons made sermon an appeal Sunday to the, Cardinal Gib- FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES

L TOPEKA, Kan., Feb. 28.-State Sugar been daily expecting that their names steamer Etruiia bound for Europe and in behalf of the and congregation Indian: mis ,
'Inspector Kellogg has presented to the would be sent in to the senate for some carrying the authority of the stock yards sions. : ETC. ALSO

state agricultural department his annual position or another. company to close the sale. It is under- His eminence reminded his hearers

:report regarding tae sugar iuda->try, I I A Tow-boat Murder. stood the negotiations have passed beyond that in compliance with the decree of Bottlers of Soflawater .Ginger

f which has developed so rapidly during the stage of discussion, for reliable the lat plenary council of Baltimore
MEMPHIS, Feb. 26.-Herbert Dean, engineer an
the past two years. His report is of themost I I on the towboatIaggie Reaney, information warrants the statement thata annual collection was taken up in behalfof Ale and other Drinks.ALL .
contract for the transfer has been ,
encouraging nature as to the future those missions
I shot and killed' Frank Cary and wounded on the first Sunday in
of the ludostry. ne says that there can 1! Hairy v onnelly both roustabouts, signed. Lent in all the churches in the country. ORDER3 RECEIVE PROMPT

be no longer any doubt as to the practicability I Friday evening. Connelly had recently CRONIN JURY BRIBING CASE. "There are now," said his eminence, ATTENTION.S. .
of the manntacture of sugar been "aoout 7,0\JO.OOO in the United
discharged by Dean, and. according negroes
:;from sorghum. He says: to the latter's story, went to the boat O'Donnell Found Guilty and '"..ntence 1 States, and the negro question has be- A. BELCHER & COHPAXY,

"In the dry and undeveloped portionsof Friday afternoon in company with to Three Y",ars. come a serious problem to the American

the state, where corn and other I several others to "do him up." Dean CHICAGO, Feb. 26.-The jury m the people. The best solution of this prob- PROPRIETOmJ.TITUSVILLE ,

cereals are a pi l'.ial or total failure, sorghum was knocked down and severe!wound-. bribing case Saturday morn- lem, in my judgment, will be found in FLA-

will always liounsh. The southern ed, but managed to draw his revolver ing return a verdict of guilty, and Christianizing the negroes." .,.
tier of counties in the state as far as f
Cary. and his
the west line of Barbour countv, is at I jumped from the boat and started companions -- sentencing O'Donnell to three years in Such Is Life on the Border. NOTICE.
present the cream of the sugar district. t to run, when another bullet from penitentiary. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Feb. 28.-
t orghum has been cultivated for ten leans revolver down O'Donnell was much surprised and Thursday: while on his way from Loa LAND OFFICE. GAECESTIUZ. FLA,T
5' consecutive years, without a single failure I with a bad wound in the Conm-lly thigh. Dean cast down at the verdict. Judge Water-I Cerrillos to Coal Banks, three miles Feb. btb, 1S9 t f

in Rice county, though some miles was arrested.Uncertalntrofa. man refused to admit the distant, with $800 to pay miners, John Notice Is hereby given that the follow-
west of this it.has frequently been seriously bail pending the motion for a: new trial, Elder was held up and robbed by Lee ing-named settler has filed notice of W*

damaged, -and of but little value Draftsman's Llf-. but promised to hear arguments on the White, who fled towards the San intention to make final proof la OPP J*

in masitr4. oar. NEW YORK, Feb. 25.-During the past matter Monday. Pedro mining camp. There White of his claim, and that said proof will W

"The po3..ibiUties for the successful year only 315 passengers were killed in threatened to kill anyone attempting made before the Judge of Circuit Coartj
'.x -culture of the sugar beet have opened a American railway accidents. During Powderly and the Coal Kings. his arrest Afterwards he stole two or In his absence Clerk of laid court.

I new field of Inquiry, and it will take at the same time 2,000 brakemen were WILKESBARRE, Pa., Feb. 20.-General horses,went to the house of bis mistress,a TltnsYWe, Fla.. on April 8th, 1890, TI**

least one or two seasons before the sugar killed aud more than 20,000 injured. It Master Workman Powderly delivered a Mexican woman, compellecr her to cut Stephen Ellis LaGrange. FU.. HJ-

district cnn be clearly defined. Tracts is estimated that of brakemen one in lecture here Friday evening before a her hair, don male attire and mounf the 12337 for theS.E.N.*E.|ht'.LoS-E-

of land in the western part of the state eighty-three is killed and one in sixty large and enthusiastic meeting of laboring extra horse. Later they 4, SeclS, T. 21 S.,R,34 E. He name f-

are lying idle which in time may pro- injured. The number of brakemen em- men. His remarks were particularly and overtaken by :Deputy SneriffMeyers following witnesses to prove bit wft J

duce the richest canes but for the present ployed in American railways is about pomted at the coal producing companies and posse. white and the woman uont residence upon, and cnUIrawB *

in the light of past experience, it is 100000. The life of a brakeman is fully for filling their mines with men for onlya opened fire, killing one of the posse and

-a hazardo .a undertaking to establish a as hazardous as that of a soldier, but few days' work each month, while -wounding Deputy Sheriff Meyers, saidMkhael English, Moses B. )IS:

plant west of the ninety-ninh ilian, when heir killed or maimed there is no thousands of poor people are famishing During a lull in the firing White and the of TJtnsvllle. Fla.;Lawrence J. :
,unless supplied with a for want of fueL He: also called attention woman and
ne'er'6 sysra pension awaiting those dependent upon escaped are still at large. Thomas J. Cockshutt oCLaGrur.
i <<* of irrigation. him for support. __ I| to the fact that the German emI Intense excitement prevails 43 ALix Lt vein efs.


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flHEROKER .STRIP. .could!'If the various Boated.animals hunted by man 000 two oyster days, and were during brought that to pVtiod the surface 11.000. Indian River Steamboat Co. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA

ever .
laugh during these encounters -
by fifty di rers. They are paid by one

I I I excuse for, there such would pastime no,doubt for, seldom be ample as fourth whole of the number.sold This season the Schedules in effect JAN. 27, 1890. A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville

and Town Sitcrs ''.the fact appears in books of produce was at the rate of STEAMER ST. LUCIE,
Settlers HustlIng man $4 shillings for 1,000 shells. The Fla.
does government ,
not always occupy the dignified Leaves TITUSVILLE Mondays, Wednesdays -
for Its Possession. received 30.000 as their share and
corner of a position.. Parker and for
I I Gillmore the divers 6,400. The largest pearls are Fridays Jupiter.

was one day searching for a steinbock inthe worth in Ceylon from 40 to CO, and in STEAMER GEORGIANA, Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, HaInes-
Havo Already Prema- African forest, aided by Churning Leaves Bros.' Pianos Morris ,Wilcox'&
ManY his Europe they fetch three times the priceor Titusville daily at..6 a m Pianos

turely Located Claims had companion, and three natives. They more.-Levant Her.ld. Arrives at Melbourne................12 noon White Organs and Chicago Cottage
seen traces of a wart hog, but resolved Organs. .

to postpone his slaughter until The Mate Owe the Colonel. Returning: I will Sell and Deliver at nearest-

.Lad Are Only Waiting for the Word from i, after that of the steinbock had been ac JACKSOX, Miss., Feb. !7.-A ex- Leaves Melbourne....................12 noon station High GradePIANOS your

the President to Bosh on and Occupy j jIt r complished.The amination was made Saturday hasty by a Arrives Titusville.................. 6pm

-ThU Hay Not Be Given for Month, ',., old native led the way, and we joint committee of the legislature of the Above daily except Sunday.

r "Yet Meanwhile the Ambition Boomer I followed,expecting momentarily an indication books and accounts of CoL Hemingway, STEAMER WHITE

Travel In That Direction :>. that our services were required in ex-treasurer of the state. According to
i I front, when suddenly that aged warrior the statement made by the committeeand Leaves Melbourne daily.
TOFBXA Kan., Feb. 29.-Parties justIn the
from the 'southern border of Kansas sprang at least four feet into the air. I the state expert owes CoL accountants Hemingway employed a little, tQT Connection i is made at Titusville

state that hundreds of people are gathering saw something big and grizzly between over $2,000, and thus the matter stands with trains of the J., T. & K. W. Sys- OR

there to enter the Cherokee strip his legs, and understood that, instead of until a thorough investigation of the tem to and from all points North, and at

. when President Harrison shall declare it being the assailants, we were attacked, treasurer's and auditor's books can be Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (8

lawful to do ao. The strip comprisesihe and by a vtecke vark. Shoot 1 could made by a commission heretofore appointed miles) where connection is made with

finest part of the Indian I not, and so sprang on one side into a for that purpose. Although the the steamer "Lake Worth" for all land ORGANSFOB
examination made Saturday is not final, ings on Lake Worth.
' perfect tangle wait-a-bit thorns, where
well watered and timbered.
bang it is confidently believed CoL
I Hemingway W. B.
'I' was effectually entangled. WATSON Superintendent.
The counties of Cowley and Sumner I will be fully exonerated when the ,
Convinced that the danger was over, 1 G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent. LIPS MONET
were the homes of the Oklahoma boom- official examination is completed. than any other house In th.
.. for years while awaiting the signal turned slowly round to see how it had D. F. JACK, General Manager. United states I \\ill ship a Piano or organ
when they could rush fared with Churning. I was scarcely in A Female Fury.RICHMOND any honest man or woman, on trial, and if not
E- from Washington satisfactory.; I will pay freight both way. S2*
across the strip to that one spot so long a laughing humor, but I could not sup Va., Feb. 7.-A young A. L. Hatch & Son, cash and (10 a month on a Piano and $10 cash and
tlcped to settlement. The results that press a giggle on seeing my friend hang man named James Bradley, of Rich- $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much

y signal are known to the people of America ing by his hands to a bough, his knees mond, was murdered here at 2 p. m., DEALERS IN I more terms than anyone ordinary can own rent.a instrument On these very Send liberal for

and to-day may be seen cities, towns close to his chin,and his face Sunday, by a mulatto girl,Annie Brooks, I FREE CATALOGUE containing Information.
and well tilled farms where before was wearing an who lives on Union street. The woman DRY GOODS NOTIONS I Sheet )lUflic.Strings,Violin. Banjos Guitars, Ae.
: J uncultivated lands. expression of extreme disgust at being asked Bradley, whom she knew well, to cordeon, and in fact every Muaical Instrument
. forced into such violent exercise and that la made and at very low prices. Bend for com
1 The presidents proclamation was 80'j suchan go with her into her house, and. on his plete Catalognes. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
worded as to inspire the boomers with i, undignified position. hesitating to do so, she whipped out a Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, Music at 10 cenUJper: copy.

;:'j .the belief that the Cherokee strip may ':. Beyond him was one of the darkies dirk and stabbed him in the left breast Stationery, Family Medi- A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5:

,pen by June 1, in case the cattle can begot perched on the top of a big bush, and twice, and be died in fifteen minutes. cines Garden SetJs
r:4 out of there. The cities and villages further on the other one fleeing in search The police were notified, and befo ,

: are rapidly filling up with people. From of a similar refuge. Tableau: Five good Bradley died they had the woman reCHOICE J. McxA T .T .TSTER
i: rtbese points excursions are made into der arrest. The murder created GROCERIES, ,
\ j j she territory ostensibly for the purpose men and true routed by a wart hog. greatest excitement in the vicinity, anda EAU GALLIE':

# j xrf hunting cattle or game, but in reality I i: "Why didn't you shoot him exclaimed thousand persons followed the body of Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. Is prepared to Sink ARTESIAN

'1 :to select sites for homes.when President Churning as he straightened Bradley to the morgue, where an inquestwas WELLS at any place between Geor ana

Harrison gives the signal for them to himself and dropped to the ground. held Monday morning. CITY POINT FLORIDA. and St. Lucie ; 75c. per foot to 300ft-

1 enter "Because I thought I might hit the --- PIONEER Will contract to any depth.
. The town site speculator is also oni old man. Why didn't you?" Crusade Against Colored Gambler COOPERAGE .

i : ;band, and already more than two score "Because I thought I might hit CAMBRIDGE, Md., Feb 26.The police
i downs have been located in imagination. So you. Monday begun a crusade to break up the Syrup Barrels $2.25. EACOTT & CO.
we laughed over the absurdity of .
t. here is a disposition all along the gambling and other disorderly practices ,
Gauged to order
the whole affair and then like considerate ten cents extra.
;1'; ;border to respect the rights, or the supposed which prevail among the colored popu- TITUSVIIXE, FL.".,
"J1 rights, of those who thus prema- white men, jeered at the natives for lation. Cyrus St. Clair, colored who is Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. .
. tarely locate their claims and town sites. heir want of pluck.-Youth's Companion. a member of the city council, was arrested TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKERS.

:' This disposition has caused the belief charged with keeping a disorderly O. B.
that there is an crganization formed for house.
' Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers
ti. zthe purpose of invasion. This,.however, !I Some Emperor Strikers Mast Keep Away.PITr5BIIRG from $2.00 up. GUTTERING, ROOFING

: JB hardly the case. The purpose is toprotect Whatever my own opinion of kings Pa., Feb. 26.-Upon application And :Manufacturing of Tin Ware.

a.imants.each other against later may be, I do not think much of emperors of Shoenberger & Company, the Tanksand

i.1 r It is. estimated that fully 1,000daims says London Truth. That adven iron manufacturers, an injunction was all kinds of COOPER WORK to order GALVANIZED WORK '

< have been examined and turer, Louis Napoleon, became one by issued by the county judges Monday re And Repairing of all kinds

j marked, the property rights to which blood and perjury, and in order to straining the striking iron workers from T. JOIINSON.J ,

{: will be respected and even defended, if strengthen, as he imagined, his dynasty, congregating near the comphny's property : : Florida.
accessary. There are about 45,000 claims he dragged his country into an unsuccessful and h terfering with the work. Drugs Drugs Drugs.!

I!, ,In the Cherokee strip, and there are 45- war. In Germany they have as
,- 000 people now on the border awaiting Twenty-Five Men Injured. SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALEThe
emperor a vain, flighty lad, who is endowed ASHLAND Wis. Feb. 2 8.
:4' -Bayfield,
Ho in.
go By May 17, 15,000 people will
with a devouring wish to forceon the
from Ashland
just across bay an icehouse
.have gathered the Kansas border Subscriber
offers for Sale in Lots
in order to 300 feet ,
a European war the
equal or
largest on
to enter the strip. This is not the full square to suit Purchasers
4 some A Fine Assortment of
extent of the preparations, however. surpass the martial renown of his grand Lake Superior, collapsed Monday while

J' In Oklahoma there are thousands of ne- father. In Russia there is an emperorskulking twenty.five men were working inside. 500 Acres of Selected Portions DRUGS, .
in the of his lest All of the men were injured, some very '"
:gross; ready to cross the line northward, recesses palace
and they, too. have selected their claims.Many one of his faithful subjects should shoot seriously. Most of them were Indians of the above-named Lands. PATENT MEDICINES
whose names cannot be ascertained. ,
quarter sections in that territory him, and under the delusion that he isGod's
One two of the Indians believedto
or are Situated Sebastian and
on Indian
Stave Bay
as manyas five families residing viceregent on earth. be fatally hurt. SYRINGES
upon each one, four of which will cross River
In Turkey there is for -- ---
the line and be comfortably located long this would emperor( by Fell Down a Coal Shaft. STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET
sultan be
morth before!can the come head of in sight.the column These from the who term allows his soldiers and his translated civil servants ) SHELBYVILLE, HL, Feb. 29.-James T. AND ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR ARTICLES
negroes Dollins Charles William Shaw
*21 be reinforced by thousands of ne- to starve while he makes a purse and John Benefield, fell down Kelly's HOMES. Kept constantly on hand.Physicians' .

ZSneit from Mississippi and Arkansas. for himself, and who encourages in his coal shaft, a distance of fifty feet, by These Lands are in the immediate
dominions the worst of atrocities. Of all I Prescriptions carefully
reason of the breaking of a ladder. All vicinity of the
0 living emperors, now that Dom Pedro escaped serious injury except Dollins, compounded at all hours.

Ha New Albany Cemetery-Three Others has been retired from the business, the whose injuries, it is thought, will prove FINEST FISHING, HUNTING, *

Captured. emperor of Austria is the best. He ia a fataL AND SEA BATHINGTo J. B. SCREVEN Druggist,

LOUISVILLE, Ky., Feb. 28.-While the decent, well meaning man, whose chiefmerit Growing More Ilorrible.
storm was at its height, shortly after is that he has shared power with WARSAW, Feb. 29.The latest information be found in the whole Indian TITUSVILLE, FLA.
River Section and have also the
:midnight, Monday night, a horrible trag- his subjects, and quieted Hungary by given out by the police concerning of advantage
"*dy took place in the Northern cemetery giving it home rule. On the whole, therefore the fire in the house of the mid : Daily Communication by NOTICE.

of New Albany. A party of grave-rob I think that the most seD'5iblecourse wife. Madame Skoblinski, is that the Steamers with all points north. All concerned will take notice that six
Actual Settlers and
Improvers will
hem were surprised in the act of dese- for those afflicted with an emperor bodies of seventy murdered infants months after date, I will present my final
have been found in the cellar of the specially favored. Correspondence in
/rating the of the dead
resting places is civilly to conduct him to a ship vited. Address account to Honorable Minor 8. Jones.
undone of them was instantly killed. building. County Judge of Brevard county Florida
and order the captain to land him wherever ,
'Three others were arrested and placed in he likes, provided that it be outsideof \ Frank H. Allen Norwich Conn.283t. and pray for an order dismissing me from
jail but fourth The ,
a man escaped. THE GENTLER EX. the further execution on the estate of JohnE.
what he was pleased to call his em .
party consisted of three Louisville phy-
Moore, late of said county, deceased.
Hricians Dr. J. T. Blackburn and Dr. W. pire. The name of :Miss Emily Faithf has -- S. H. RAY, Administrator.

& Grant and another whose name is un been placed on the English civil list, witha WANTED an old reliable Titusville Jan. 6,18:0. 38-6mo'. .
known And three 'colored assistants. A Fan for Monaco's Princess. pension of .t53 a year. AGENTS ; large profits

They had gone over to rob the graves Avery beautiful fan has been painted Sample free. A rare op NOTICE.In .
.*of the corpses of Thomas Johnson and by Mile Abbema for'the new princess of No one wears more gorgeous diamonds portunity. Geo. A. Scott, 842 B'way, N. Y.
Edward Pearce,which had been buried 2.CO-lately the Duchesse de Richelieu. in Washington than Mrs. Morton and Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial

hat Sunday, and had deliberatelyplanned The fan is to be the her manner is most engaging and con- AGENTS WANTED &IA Jest and finest bCircuit of the State of Florida. Dade
presented by
: the affair, but a little careless- TO SELL PINLESS fu 11 rics without pins. County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery.
,*>ess on their pan had spoiled everything Monagesque maids and matrons to their dial.Miss Julia Fletcher, author of "Kismet" CLOTHES-LINES; 11U Clothes do not Albert M. Field
sad led to the death of one of the negro princess on the occasion of her entry no more freeze to it and vs. }\ Divorce
helpers. The plot had been given away to into the delightful domains of her hue and other novels more or less popular pins cIothesPINS cannot blow off. Leahretta C. Field

flhe officers by a boy named Peebles, who band. On the left of the painting is the is tall and handsome, about 30 years holds It is a perfectwinter Upon the bill in said suit being filed and

hook a bribe and pointed out the I ancestral home of the Grimaldis, casting old, with large; dark eyes. line. Sample line sent by mail for due proof made, as appears by the affidavit -

'> the officer of the 'cemetery. when tthe shadow of its severely plain outlineson The Duchess D'0 zes is training an 50c. also 50ft. line by mail 81.25 prepaid. of complainant to the same; showing
ghouls arrived at the grave of Johna P the cerulean sea and sky. original Christy minstrel corps of her Fo'circulars, price list, terms, address the that the said defendant resides out of said

Taken the background of mountain while in tho duchess is a patron of horse races and 17 Hermon St., Worcester, Mass be had on the facts charged in said bill on
utterly by surprise men the first in A. D. 1890 and
Monday April,
started to run, and as they did so there center of the two landscapes appears the other outdoor sports. ,
that said Leahretta C. Field do before
"WU a volley. One of the men felL As allegorical figure of the principality The late,Mrs. Haggard, of Bradenham. FOR SALE said court on or before said appear first Mon-
flashed.e deed to the 'ground the lightning leaning one hand on the armorial insignia Eng., the mother of Rider Haggard: day in April 1890, and plead or answer to
on a pistol The.had drawn, but of the Grimaldis and with the other scattering and

Aa had not tried to use it and he died was an accomplished woman of literary TilE ELEGANT said bill defend against the same and .
itfaouta a struggle. The guards closed flowers over the sunlit land. The tastes, and was known as the author of the facts charged therein and to do further

-Puckly around their prisoners and took landscape is in pastel and the figure in volumes of verse. One of these was a tale RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF and receive what said court hall consider

\ ]'Jhem to jail with the dead man. It7laought ; is gouache. The reverse side of the fan is of the Afghan war. in said cause.
ornamented with and branches Done at Chambers at Tavares this 9th
the dead be identified anemones
man can L. E. BARNES
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe is said to be ,
***the coroner's inquest. of the mimosa, the whole being mountedin day of December A. D.1889.
of those whose audience always
one women
mother of pearl set off with precious ROCK LEDGE FLA. JOHN D. BROOKE,
DICK HAWES AGAIN. seems to be her guests. She i* Judge of the Circuit' Court of Florida inu
stones. The work is worthy of the artistby
gracious and kindly, but she always and for the Seventh Judicial Circuit. '
z Another Seven and One-Third
e Make Containing
Confeealon and Says whom it has been done.-London .
seems to stand a step higher than those Indian River. ALBERT F. QCTMBY, .
Acres of Land fronting
O'nlf Telegraph. .
whom a'+e U addressing. RESIDENCE elegantly 35 Clerk, Juno, Fla. ,
Ala., ''Feb. 26.-Dick Large, Roomy -
!Slawes, the wife and child murderer, Electricity In an Indian Palace. Any' '--a Berger is the leading woman Finished. Also a ThreefiOODlCOTTAGE : NOTICE.TREASURY .

'ho is to be executed next Friday, has Perhaps no more significant evidenceof :at of the world. At her and Outbuildings. One of

made a third confession, which is be- the on ward march civilization couldbe lodgKi -,Ie has a small room fitted up the most desirable places in Rock Ledge Dp'TS'TA.TEOP FLORIDA

Eeredto be a true one. He confesses afforded than the lighting by electricity with padded walls and ceiling and hammock. COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, }

**t he alone Is guilty of the murder of of the palace of guikwar Ba- draped doors, and there she practice For price, terms, etc.., apply to TALLAHASSEE, January I, 1890,
I William D. Barnes of
i wife and two children. The conJesion rata in India, that, too, on a scale of unstinting night and day on the gold and silver Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla. the, State of Florida, do, Comptroller certify that a
has been placed in the hands of splendor. The interior is lit cornets that have been presented to her banking association under the name of the
friend to be
of the condemned
*aade execution.Terrorism with 215 sixteen candle power incandescent by her admirers. Indian River State Bank, located at Titus.
public after the
lights. The large hall is illuminatedwith A. M. Hamilton & Co., vine, Brevard county, State of Florida

In Oklahoma. two large twelve light electroliers BITS OF SCIENCE. and organized under Chapter 3864 Lawsv

GUTHBIE, L T., Feb 29.-The lackernmeltt of made in bronze and lacquered work, Artificial of TTTUSYILLE, FLORIDA, of Florida, has this day filed in this office-
glaciers as a means storing -
in Oklahoma is causing while the light is softened and diffused Wholesale Dealers In proper articles of association and organization -
*any acts of terrorism. As a result of shades. water for irrigation have been pro certificate; and has complied foUr
by dioptric lights are
*****of these acts the United States maraha1 posed. with the of said to
provisions ad required >
from the ends of the columns
Monday arrested several membersa pendent In the Cape de Ja Hogue lighthouse in Indian River Oysters be complied with before commencing the-
of the In the
f party of White Caps. Ed. Hock- gallery numerous France a windmill is used to drive two ,, business of banking, and that said association
.n1'd had begun contest against Charles i rooms are three and four light ekctro- is authorized
Hereby to
the commence a
dynamos current being etouJ in >
Wicht for a claim on jlilton: creek. On lien made in'a variety of design to arilaccamulatos up FISH banking business under tie name of the
*** night six masked ,men ap peal- the Times
surroundings. Chicago Indian River State Bank, and at the placer
and at the point of The mineral called turf, or brazolina, above designated. -

Wrighcompelled him to sign a re- A S.MOBS' Heart FUnlng. lately discovered in Bahia, furnishes an Green Turtle and Game. Given under my hand and seal'of office

lament and promise to leave the oil akin to petroleum a paraffin suitable this the first day of January,A. Bvl9Q..
engx The last pearl fishing season in Ceylon .
facts to
y Wright reported All orders will receive prompt and careful attention. >
for the manufacture of candles W. D. BABNES
the 1 Arrestedarsoxu. have been successful '.
mtM States marshal, who could .not more .whether by telegraph,. f
-.,. a good lubricating oil. letter 17 33-60 days. ;
-auapetted 'p than it was The season only lasU.thirtj- r .'. -. person. 'm Comptroller.i

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THE FLORIDA STAR. Melbourne. Svedelius, the fire was extinguished. On Our Washington ..Letter.From that it was just the measure the country

the west side of these places the fire wanted.
is airs with our Regular Correipondent.pWASmNGTOV
John Beach putting on a
swept to the edge of the clearings. Mr.
THURSDAY. The Pan-American
C. Feb. 28 90. a
new horse. Valentine's barn escaped almost miracu- ,
railroad built to connect their
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor an J:PnMister. Snow and ice not far away, to judge lousl Fanned by the strong wind could, Secretary Windom is having a hard with the United States. countries
as a man
from breeze. running as time just now owing to the pressure that
times the of the district bill has been
S1.5O per Annum. run, at leaping to tops The favorably
W. I. Metcalf intends to build a houseon tall pines, the fire passed on till it finally the friends of a number of the biddersfor reported to the House.

Entered at the Pod Office at Titusvillca* the bluff near Bleak House we are burned out on the banks of Turkey the privilege of taking seals for I.

Second-Class Matter. told. Creek. Many of the orange and lemon twenty years are bringing to bear upon The Freeze.

trees have their leaves singed, and as him to decide in their favor and the air
'THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor Within the last week an ocean steamer Mrs. Minor's grove was in bloom it is The cold wave that visited this section
is full of stories connecting various members -
Brevard county. and four sailing vessels have been seen feared the crop for next winter will be Sunday, Monday and Tuesday morning
injured. We hear some strong talk of of "administration and other
here. did considerable damage to
passing prosecution of the or parties who with the i our truck
The Star has the Largest circulationof party prominent republicans one or
any paper on the East coast of Fla.A The public school here maintains its started; the fire, if they can be found. other of the bidders. The matter is, gardens, and some of them are feeling

high standard. We believe only three Thousand of acres were burned over, under the law, left entirely to the discre- quite[ blue over the matter. Monday
SQUAaEtsonetnchtn space; 24 squares consuming all the vegetable matter, the morning the signal service thermometer
scholars stood below 80 cent.
per average
make a column. only advantage being the possible deathof tion of the Secretary of the Treasury so
32 and thin ice was formed
registered ,
in studies and deportment for the last
advertising rates enquire of the Editor a stray snake or two. that Mr. Windom may, if he sees fit,
always enclosing two cent stamp. mnnth. under favorable conditions. The cold of
give the privilege to the bidder that
Monday, however did not do so much
Lake Worth.
------- -- ---- We are sorry to lose one of our winter offers the smallest sum. As the privilegehas

THE new steamers St. Sebastian and guests so early. Miss Perroneau, who Weather pleasant but again dry. been worth more than a million a damage to garden truck as the heavy

St. Augustine have a new style boiler leaves Wednesday for Sewanee,Tenn., tobe Past and present dry weather has somewhat year in net profits for more than twenty frost of Tuesday morning. Dr. Wiley

called the tandem boiler, something that ready for the opening of St. Luke's lessened the tomato crop in this years, it is pot strange that there shouldbe says that on his farm near Mims he had
has never been attempted before. This Hall, at that place. section. a struggle to obtain it, and trouble string beans, and cucumbers
of which he thinks half of the
stylfi of boiler is the invention of Mr. E. Mrs. H. Whiting, Miss E. Gillis, Mrs. The Bessie B. arrived in from Jacksonville may be looked for from the disappointed growing, He

B. Fitzgerald chief engineer of the Indian and Miss Cummings, and Major C. E. with full cargo on the 18th, and bidders when the award is made. about beans are half killed. Where expects his to ship e
a crop. cucumbers
River Steamboat Company who Graves came over on Wednesday from started for there again on the 24th. Senator Call found it necessary to
and under
tomatoes were growing
stayed in Wilmington during their con- ielbourne Beach, remaining till Saturday County School Commissioner Samuel show up Senator Chandler and his peculiar the protection of standing timber theyare

struction. They work like a charm, require to attend service and also the
so as 1 methods
Rhodes arrived Miama the when dealing with Southern
up :from on not very badly injured and will come
very little space and are susceptible social at the Goode House. and matters in the Senate this week and '
with small 15th left for home again on the 17th. unfortunately out all right. In exposed places they are
full amountof
giving power Strangers are becoming numerous. was compelled by truth to in the ham-1
of soft coal County Clerk A. F. Quimby came killed Mr. Chappell, same
fuel ton keeping
-one up
Each day sees new faces on the streets. down use language that was slightly unparlia- truck but he H F
under for six hours. from Juno on the 18th, for a few mock, lost all his situated -
steam headway
lost of them are pleasure-seekers. One visit his friends in the settle- mentary. Mr. Call's language was blamable Mr. Vann
I feels much days'! among I a more exposed place. ,
Engineer Fitzgerald very gentleman, we hear, was in search of a : but the provocation was certainlygreat 1 his
elated the of his invention ments. of Haulover, reports garden as swept
over success large tract of land fora colony of Swedes, I enough to make it excusable.
had and half in
his Idea almost hooted at Of the later of tomatoes Ben.Potter's away. He an acre a to
as was by many crops
and has gone down the river to investigate ]Rules cannot be made by gentlemen that
and raised on Ross K. Brown's place matoes.
practical engineers, only by a great further. will be suitable in dealing with such :
deal of persuasion did the company allow is hard to equal and not to be beat in this The tender growth on orange trees sr
Mr. W. H. Vail for the Harter characters as Senator Ch ndler.
him to make the experiment. We now agent section this season.Dr growing on hammock soil, which wl*

Medicine Company, met with an accidenton So uncertain are the republicans about started by the recent rains, i is nipped but
look forward to Mr.Fitzgerald for another J. J. Anderson, the author of a'
invention very much needed, which is his trip to Lake Worth. In attempting series of United States Histories and their tariff bill that it is impossible to get ,. the cold will not hurt the trees or impair i6

to attach one of their signs to themangrl'e them to talk about it. It is not even the at all. The damage on Merrill'* ..
something that will allow the Jupiter other valuable works, is a guest at the crop
in the he over-bal- considered certain that the tobaccotax
narrows now Island we have not learned. t
boats to make their trips with the present Hotel Lake Worth.
nced and fell, striking heavily on the is to go, and the committee is said to The temperature Monday morning at
low stage of water, and not stick onto One and
the banks(?) guard of the steamer. We are sorry to engaged couple another couple be hopelessly divided in sentiment as to Jupiter was 34 degrees, at Lake Worth Ii

L 1. hear he is quite seriously injured. that may be before long is the nearest what, if any, reduction shall be made in 40, Key West 50.

Last week, while transporting a load approach to matrimonialities that this the tariff on sugar. The bill, which is The temperatures at different parts of
GOVERNOR FLEMING, accompanied bya
f can come at present.
few of our State officials with their of pal in*trees to Melbourne Beach the now promised by the middle of March, the State for early Monday morning were 'it j
off Fish Point in Black bass fishing in the fresh water is will consist of compromises all through.
Cupid was caught a as follows: .
and also Mr. Claus the
friends Spreckle1! ,
great refiner, of New York, visited heavy squall from the southwest, which good at present, R. R. McCormick and One of the latest schemes of the lob- Gainesville, 22 degrees; Orlando. 28; ill
sugar son Will capturing a dozen of them a byist is that providing for the
purchaseby )
carried her mainsail.
the St. Cloud sugar plantations last away Coming to Leesburg, 29; } Palatka: 25; Tallahassee .

Wednesday. Mr. Hamilton Dieston and anchor she rode out the squall in safety, few days ago that weighed over sixty the Government of the real estate on 24; Fernandina, 30; Daytona 30; Ocak II

other Philadelphia capitalists were also whenIr.. Campbell waded her along pounds. the south side of Pennsylvania avenue 26; Tampa, 28. ;j

with the party. The Governor's trip, as hore to the railroad pier, where she was Lots of visitors now on the lake and between the Capitol and the Treasury. Oakland, which is northwest from Orlando Ii

stated in our columns last week, was to refitted and is again in use. while some are leaving, some are arrivingto The job is an old one, but this is the first says the lowest point reached Iff

make an examination and report on the The Goode House was the scene of an take their places daily, all three of the time it has been pushed by a regularly the. thermometer was 36 degrees. la I

hotels getting more or less organized lobby. Of course the ownersof view of Orlando registering 23 degree
success of the recent drainage operationsand enjoyable sociable on Friday evening, patronagefrom ,

reclaimed lands made by the Okee- the occasion being the natal anniversaryof them. this property can afford: to pay big dad Tampa 28, we think Oakland's thermometer I

chobee Drainage Company. The Kis im- Miss Annie Goode. We regret that Since Brelsford Bros.'cashew tree began money for help to unload their undesirable must be a "little off its base." r

mee Leader of last Thursday states that we were unable to be on hand; as all pres- bearing last summer there has been no Government and unprofitable property on the Oakland further states that ''vegetables 'J
all united with Governor Fleming in the ent say they had a lovely time. Thoughit time but what it has had fruit on it in to in this Congress will do wen are unhurt" and that "tomatoes and peas

statement that their anticipations were being Lent,dancing was tabooed, which some stage of development, it thus seem- move slowly matter. are being shipped by hundreds of crates

more than realized; they hail expected to would be no detriment to the pleasure ofa ing to be of an ever bearing as well as Chicago people here are very jubilant, daily." Ia

see no such soil; no such improvements; person! of your Uncle Isaac's aldermanic evergreen species. and they have a right to be. They have

and no such results from the sugar indus- proportions.On gained a victory that reflects great credit La Grange.

try. It wAs, said the Governor, a most: The usual Sunday services were held upon them, but after all the action of the Several of J. T. Johnson's family are
Saturday a large topsail schooner in the Episcopal church and West Side
House is final
not it is considered
grand and glorious prospect spread out ill.
could be school house on the 23d, together with
plainly seen coasting along to-
r before us, one which only needed the ward the southward: within the Sunday school: in the latter place, extremely doubtful whether the Senate Miss Sallie Hodge has visited her
completion of the drainage system and a quarter and there also was preaching in the par will pass the bill as it is. Many Senators Miss
mile of the beach.She ran down nearlyto lor of the cousin Mary Carlisle.
capital to make this the most wealthy Cocoanut Grove House in the have expressed themselves as thinkingthe
the life-saving station, lowered sail and evening, Rev. Mr. Swindell, a visiting time Mrs. Andrew Froscber is not gainingher
community in the South; and, he added, Methodist entirely too to get up a
came to anchor. After the wind shifted preacher officiating.Rev. creditable health as rapidly as we would wish.
capital need only to be shown what has expositition. Public senti-

already been accomplished to enlist all to north she hoisted anchor and sail, andas J. N. Mulford gave a very inter- ment here is in favor of the Senate pass- Jack Frost visited us this week. He-

that would be needed. long O.A seen was beating to northward.No esting lecture on "Life in England" at ing the bill as it is and trusting to Chi- is one of the Northerners that we do not
the Cocoanut Grove House the
boats were seen to land, and no com- the 18th. It was pleasantly interspersedwith night cago enterprise to get ready in time. like to entertain.
munication was had in with the
WHEN a rich man dies, as Astor, for any way both vocal and instrumental music, The Senate committee on finance has Messrs. Andrew and Arthur Feaster
shore. in which Mrs i. N. Mulford, Mrs E. N.
instance it is generally a prevalent habit Dimick Mrs reported a bill authorizing the Secretaryof are in town foe a short vacation from
Dyer, Miss Shepherd Miss
Mr. EL McFaul has returned to his ,
for the pressHo give the amount of his Briggs and Miss Dimick were among the Treasury to buy $4,500,000 worthof their confining businesses.Mr. .

aecumulated wealth. It can but be astonishing home in Seaforth, Ontario. When he those who took part, and at its close a silver bullion a month, and all of the

1 to the general public to learn first arrived he was so stiffened with collection was taken, netting quite large gold bullion offered, paying for both with! and Mrs. Jerome Twichell departed -

rheumatism that it was with difficulty he sum, which was given to the Lake Worth certificates. Friday for their home in Kansas
how marvelously quick these millions of treasury This bill will not
could climb on the hand-car at Melbourne Sunday school to assist them in purchasing City. They will visit the Mammoth
wealth reach one man's possessions.! pass without considerable opposition.
an organ. Cave and other of interest tie-
Beach. Under the influence of points on
John Jacob Astor, at the time of his Senators Beck, McPherson and Shermanof
our genial climate, and above all by the The "Christian Union" of Lake Worth the
death,gathered together 20,000,000; now commiteee are opposed to it. way.We
was duly organized the 16th the
surf bathing, he recovered in his short on by
his great-grandson inherits 200000000. election of Judge A. E. Heyser president; This week we had the second instalment are pleased to hear that our school

There are many such large fortunes in stay so as to be able to turn handspringsor George S. Rowley, vice-president; M. E. of the civil service investigation. The term is to be lengthened. There ha

these, our United States, and it causes us run with the agility of a young boy. Spencer, secretary, and George A. Gale, star witness was ex-Commissioner ("Bishop" been a very high .average in attendance

to stop and think how they are scraped Mr. McFaul delighted with our climate treasurer. This society is not a churchin ) Oberly, but to while conduct and lessons are net to be-
and with the surf bathing and other any sense of the term, nor does it in- contrary expectationhis
together. attractions of Melbourne terfere at all with the church relations of evidence was entirely favorable to the surpassed. The following pupils are oo

Business shrewdness: and activity, of Beach. its members but simply strives to unite commission. It does not now loot probable the roll of honor this week: John, Mary

course account for a part of it, but aftera Bishop Weed arrived here on Wednesday Christians of any and all denominationson that the investigation will amountto and Henry Carlisle, James and Lee

man, with such a character, has his night to fill his appointment for the common religious grounds both forth anything either Coats, Thomas Ellis, Sallie, Bessie,
{>ir own mutual benefit and for the way. Jacob. Jerome, Julia and Trezvant Feaster -
.fortune started it grows too quickly to be 27th. Service was held in the church of furtherance of
Christianity in this com- Everybody is asking what Mr. Blaine'' Carrie and Mvera Froscber Joe
accounted for by this alone. Taxed The Holy Trinity by Bishop Weed, as- munity. friend the and George Johnson, Helena. Carrie,

lumber taxed iron and steel l, railways, sisted by Dr. H. Judd and Dr. W. P. 1. Carnegie Pennsylvania mil Gertrude and Coleman Mendel, Mabel

trusts, land speculations, etc., are auxiliary Du ose. Notwithstanding the report had Dramatic Performance. lionaire, wants of the PanAmericans.The Allaire, Thomas and Callie Johnson.All .

foundations to fortunes been circulated that the reason for asking the question is that
great which Bishop had notarrived The well-known
four-act drama
enti. Mr. Carnegie gaye the members of the r parties holding stock in the Titusville -
grow so rapidly. a large congregation was present. tied "Esmeralda will '
be rendered at i Pan-American the School Building 50ciatioashould
Yet the majority of people are not One person was confirmed. In the expensive -
evening Wager's Hall on Tuesday evening next, I dinner present their certificates at owe
ever given here last
t prosperous; the farmers as a class, do not a reception was held at the residenceof the 11th instant, at 8 o'clock, with the Tuesday to Mr. D. L. Gaulden, who will fares

thrive, and wages in large cities are offset = Dr. DuBose, which was highly enjoyedby following cast of characters night.It them in lieu of same the interest-beans
t' the of : is expected that the Senate election warrants issued by the County School
by cost high living. 'TU plain a large number. On Friday the
Old Man Rogers (a North Carolina committee will decide to-morrow what Board in payment of the Titwvilte
that we need a more equitable of Bishop, accompanied Dr.
H system by DuBose and School bear
building. The warrants
farmer W. M. Brown
) Lydia Ann it
; Rogers report will make on the Montana Sen- ,
taxation; an abolition of all unnecessarytaxes Rev. )1 r.Sharpe, started for Lake Worth. eight per cent. interest, payable in six
(his wife), Mrs E. B. Wager; Esmer- atorial contest. The Democrats j ,
; the use of the people for their own While here Bishop Weed contributed his ought years.
alda (his daughter), Miss Kate Mussen- to have their seats, but it is not thought 1
benefit of public rights and the denial to check for $100 toward building a foot
., individuals den; Dave Hardy (a young North Carolinian probable they will get them. Republicans Notice of Dissolution.'
i and'corporations of public bridge across Crane Creek near the .

grants. Such reforms would greatly relieve church, a'much needed improvement.On ), W. S. Graham; Estabrook man seem to think that all four will be Notice is hereby given that the pars

4 the burdens from the classes of leisure), H. F. Atkinson; Jack Des- thrown out and a new election ordered. nership heretofore existing between Gen
poorer Thursday last fire mond American artist in Paris Jas. "I. Robbins Walter aDd J.
tome one set to (an ), Nobody outside has B. jGraham,
and idea
restrict the amassing of sudden for- any that the
the woods near the head of Turkey Creek. Sanders; Nora and Kate Desmond (his H. Rollins under the firm, name of Bobbins
tunes. Republicans will be given the seats.
Graham & r.n1 l Estate
Owing to the varying and light winds sisters) Mrs. J.P.Turner and Miss Louise Bollinj,
: The Goulds,Vanderbilts, Astors Rockefellers Instead of abolishing the secret sessions dealers, has this day beato dissolved by
the flames made but little till Jones; Marquis Montessin (A French mutual asa
and many others have come to progress of the Senate certain members of consent George M. Bobbins

the bat and made their home Saturday forenoon, when a high southwest adventurer), E. D. Raney; George Drewan that body are now engaged in Walter S. Graham hafrhig bought the
it trying to
run now
; wind drove them at a rapid rate ( American speculator),John Cameron. make them interest of J. H. Rolli fcs In the above
s is for the more secret than
quitetime people to in
come eyer. named firm and will Amtlnnr to negotiate :
for their inning., toward the river, striking it just below This drama is full of pathos and humor Another Democrat Mr. Pendleton of sales of Beat Eata & as a branch of

Mrs Minor's house. A sudden shiftingof i and will no doubt be thoroughly West Virginia, has been ousted from his their law business, und >r the firm asme

t 'II the wind was all that saved Mrs. Mi appreciated by those who attend. The seat to make room for a Republican of Robbins & Graham, and will asrase
Lake Worth land con-
,improved or unimproved nor's house The windbreak, along the proceeds will be devoted to a worthy testant. Several others are any indebtedness now; doe bj Bobber.
extending from lake to ocean, river bank was ] awaiting their Graham & Boffins, an \ collect accoua:
pretty thoroughly cleanedup
cause. Admission 35c. Reserved seats turn. due
to said film.Titusville .
t located in the centre ofthe settlement
from this point to the wharf at Mr. 50c. Reserved seats for sale on the day Secretary Windom has been February UTlS90i
lor sale. For particulars address David arguing
Brown Palm Beach Fla. D. H. Valentine's place, where, by great of the performance at J.' W. Rogers & with the House committee in charge of WALTER I
exertions of Messrs. Minor Bell andY Co.'s fc G&LB-4
clothing store. his silver bill, trying to convince them
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' Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oils, Boat Goods, Stoves and House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc.:, Etc. '; ,,

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, Ilypolaxo That Terrible CoughIn EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR. .
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dry. I the hurried difficult .:-'}
weather is again very morning, or =
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fonldoffer it a drink, but alas! my jug breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in STILIN'"GT.A.: : .-Y-LOR.9 ..
the chest, quickened pulse, chilliness in
11 in the same condition.Our the evening or sweats at night, all or any Cocoa Indian River Florida. .
jolly skipper, Capt. H. D. Pierce of these things are the first stages of ,

got home from a long and un- consumption. Dr. Acker's English .
iiBit last DEALERS IN
Cough Remedy will cure these fearful
erentfal trip. symptoms, and is sold under a positive I ;:

The "Bessie B" has come and gone guarantee by Dixon & Gray, druggists. '

She brought plenty of crates but -

jgjin.Done,of the "crater." Choice Orange Lands For Sale.Three Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware-

management of the Indian River desirable tracts of high hammock ,
jf land located on east side of East
line had a petty spite against I .
Steamboat Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains
lake Worth they could not evidence it 56 38-100 acres with a frontage of halfa AND AGATE-WARE.

than by the outrageous schedule mile'on the river about eighteen acres }

better bate inflicted upon us. Never cleared, a bearing grove and nursery of Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, ._ TABLE and ./:'
large trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74- ? ;
Bind, schooners can carry our freight, 100 acres, with a frontage of fiveeighthsof

and we are a pack of cream-colored foolsif a mile on the river, about six acres Plumbers' and Mill BARBED /; :';
ire don't patronize our home indus- cleared, a small prove and many trees in .{
bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78100acres Supplies, t J. ''.v. '

tries. with a frontage of one-fourth of amile r WIRE NFTTINR .
My Lycospersicum csculentum are doing on the river, which is about four 1I..lInu,

well on low land, but my caccclbcsicnbendi miles in width. These lands are not un- Doors Sash Blinds :

is in a bad way, and I mustfrite derlaid with rock. No wise man of ex- and WIRE CLOTHi7 : :

perience would plant a grove for hisownuse
President of Anthro-po horticultural -
on land so underlaid. Perfectly '
Society about it. I expect he healthy, free from fog, malaria and fro!'t. BRICK LIME CEMENT G-1..11l.S,

,iill advise a dose of Phosphatum Flor- Eight minutes walk from house to ocean ,

ida. I am awaiting the next report of beach. A TMUNITIONr'FISIIIaG
For further particulars inquire LATH
I want to know .
anxiously. .:-
Society Benj. Hall 379 Harrison avenue, Boston! .
sift about the red-bug. RUTHVEN. Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, agent, Geor- : .

gianna Fla. S1'1ip Cb.. J:1.d1ery Grc>c>ds '.

Good land, timbered with large yellow -
and fronting on Lake Worth lUustCl"S Sale. Agents for ALA ASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com-_: ',,
pine pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. .* ':17 ,
Jewell P. 0., will be sold cheap in lots offoreclosure *
Under and by virtue of a decree -'".. eJ'.
of any size to suit purchaser. Beautiful and sale rendered by the Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets. :

balding sites, location high, dry and judge of the Circuit Court of the Sev- ARTESIAN .a..

narrow strip of land only a enth Judicial Circuit of Florida, sittingin WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.
healthy; a
at chambers for the countyof .
few hundred feet wide opposite this land chancery Brevard, dated the eleventh day of Cafalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited ami. ,.. .
divides the Atlantic Ocean from Lake February, A. D. 1890, in a certain cause estimates furnished promptly ,,':''

\Torth. Prospectors are invited to look wherein The Florida Agricultural College :

at this land. For further information, ,a corporation organized and existing STILING & TAYLOR. "
under the laws of the State of Florida,
address 0. box 5,Jewell,Fla., or Capt. ---------------- -
I is complainant, and Sarah G. Glca!'<>n -

0.a Porter, Lake Worth, Fla. and William II. Gleason are defendants, i I C1yde tLIE111p Oo .. .j.
in front of I
I will ell at public outcry, '
Do Not Suffer Any Longer. the court-house door of Titusville, Bre- I want to jret into a strictly- New York Charleston & Florida Lines. >.
checked yard county, Florida, on the first Mondayin
that cough can "
Knowing ,
A. D. 1890 the same being the I
in t day, and the first stages of con April, tl.e i
seventh day of the month during
in we
broken ,
itoption Dr. Acker's English Cougl] legal hours of sale for cash in the highest p .
guarantee bidder, the following described restate al! .
Remedy and will refund the money tctfliriio J
directionsand to-wit:
buy, take it as per A tract of land in the village of Eau
find statement correct OF BUYING & SELLING
do not our Gallic,Brevard county,Florida,describedas ,
Bold> by Dixon & Gray, druggists.Dr. follows to-wit: All of block "C" of

; said village, said block being bounded onby t
Acker's English Pills the north by "Fountain Park," west i Believing I can thus serve all custom-

Are active, effective and pure. For sick Pineapple avenue, Jouset strand (et ers. While I will not refuse to credita
stomach, loss of Indian river, according to | ,,,
headache, disordered and biliousness, east made by H. GleAson, a those who have favored me with their The Magnificent. Steamships: this Line are appointed to sail as follows r :
bad complexion by'Villiam -
appetite, survey -.y
Standard Time.
they have never been equaled, either in map of which IS now on record in B:the trade, I cannot charge goods at figures New York to Jacksonville.( )Jacksonville to New York. : -:t.:
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said being
Dixon the
For sale by .
America abroad. county; .
block on which the Agricultural College made for cash before deliver}'. Mondays,Wedneodiu k Fridays. Pier 29, E River. Tuesdays,Thursday k Sundar"t. '
'A Gray, druggists.Our .
building is situated, or as much thereof :Monday Jan. 27,at 3 p m., YEMA8SEEediieodv -. Sunday Feb. 2,at 1 p m { ;.
\\' ,Jan. 3 ., Cii EROKEE. Feb. at 4
said decree'and 29. at p. m Tuesday 4. a m "-
Very Best People as will be sufficient! to satisfy Friday, .1.n. .;i. at 3 p. m., DELAWARE, Thursday Ftb.6. at 9 a m
costs ot sale. For Cash Before Deliverya : Monday Fe.... 3, at 3 p. m SEMINOLE, Sunday Feb. 9, at 7 a m
when that ,Feb. 7, Feb. 13,at 10
Confirm our statement we say Purchaser to for titles. FrIday t3p m. IROQUOIS Thursday a za:
in pay Monday Fell 10. at.) p ni. CHEROKEE, Sunday, Feb. 18 at 1 p m ,.
Dr. Acker's English Remedy$ JAMES SANDERS, Wednesday, Feb. 12,at 3 p m.. EMASSFF. Tuesday,Fpb..18. at 4 a in
Ty superior to any and all other preparations Special Master.; Flour, bbl.$5.60 to $5: 75 Friday,Feb. 14, at 3 p. m., DELAWARE, Thursday,Feb.20at 6 am...d
for the Throat and Lungs. In & Palmer and Robbing & G per .......... Monday }'t'b. 17, tit 3 p ni. f-EMiyOI, Sunday Feb 23, at 7 a m '
Beggs Coal oil, per gallon. ...... 20 Wednesday Feb. 1"',at 3 p m. IROQUOIS, Tt1f dar,Feb.S5,a>9a u xThnroday. "" .
Whooping Cough and Croup it is magic I ham, solicitors for complainant. 12i Ibs. granulated sugar............ 1 00 Friday. Fb .1, at 3 p. m. CHEROKEE, -. .Feb.27>at 10 a m:
", and relieves at once. We offer you .a ... Monday Feb. 24, at 3 p. in., YEMASSEE, Sunday,Mar.2,at 1 p m'
thisf I 14 lbs. C sugar. ... .................. 1 00 Wednesday. Ff' p n:. DELAWARE, Tuesday Mar.4, at 2 20 p m
; sample bottle free. Remember, masters9 Sale. 15 lbs choice rice.:....:............... 1 00 Friday Feb. 28, tit 3 p. in. SEMINOLE, Thursday,Mar.f,at 4 a trq... L. ..
:, Remedy is sold&ton Gray druggists mutes 14 Ibs. best rice........................... 1 00 For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply tp '; f'
Bold by Dixon Under and by virtue of a decree of 14 Ibs. XXX soda crackers........... 1 00 .
J. A. LKSLIF Snj'I, tm..i.ville T. G. FGKR Traffic Manaprr. Bottling GreenKew Iud
foreclosure and sale rendered by the judge 50 Ibs. corn meal or grits............ 1 00 JOHN I.. HOWARD,F. F. A. Jacksonville.; F. M. IRONMONGER,F P.A.,Jadtnonrille. ;
The First Symptoms'of Death. of the Circuit Court of the SeventJudicial 24 lbs, best patent flour............. 1 00 "':\1. I'. CIYI; & (Y).. General Agent, 12 South AVhanes, Philadelphia{ b. llow- '

Tired fueling, dull headache, pains in Circuit of Florida, sitting in chancery 25 lbs. fancy flour......... ............ 1 00 ling Oreeo New York.MAY1iYORiWLORIDEQNESL. _

Tirious parts or the body,sinking at the at chambers for the county of Bre D. S. meat, lard and picnic hams.. OS .

: >it of the stomach loss of appetite,fever- vard,dated the eleventh day of February, Boneless ham and breakfast bacon 13 j

|ifihneas,pimples or sores,are all positive A. D. 1890 in a certain cause wherein Dried beef................................ 15
evidence of poisoned blood. No matter Harry Fi*her is complainant and John V Rye flour and Graham flour........ Ott

.W it became poisoned it must be purified Baird and Abraham DuBois Baird and Buckwheat flour........................ O-H --
to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English D. L. Gaulden as assignee, are defendants Steel cut oat-meal..................... 05 '
f.' .
Blood Elixir has never failed to remove I will sell at public outcry, in front Navy beans (good)..... ............... 05} New York Philadelphia Boston & florida:

scrofulous or syphilitic poi80ns. of the courthouse door in Titusville, Best Navy beans...................... OSJ ,

Bold under positive guarantee. Sold by Brevard county, Floriday, on the first Lima beans............................... OS} Sailing fromFFJtNANDINA, Fla., Every THURSDAY.XEW :

t Dixon& Gray, druggists. Monday in April, A. D. 1890, the same Peas, per quart............... .....10 to 12i J YORK Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m. .
being the seventh day of the month, Lady peas, per quart.................. 20 IROX STEA3IER8-

NOTICE. during the legal hours of sale, for cash Florida syrup, per gallon............ 60 .
to the highest bidder, the following described Can'corn, per dozen...... .135 to 2 15 Rio Grande. *

'\_ &C&rutt Court for the 7th Judicial Circuit real estate, to-wit: Can apples (3 lb.), per doz........... 135 Capt. Connor. :'JS4 ;
in and for Brevard county and Matt That tract or parcel of land situate, Can tomatoes (2 lb.),.................. 1 00 .:- '? '

t fFlorida-ln Chancery A. D. 1890. lying and being in the county of Brevard Can tomatoes (3 lb.)................... 1 35 State Texas;, v'.:.i:
and State of Florida, described as fol- Can Okra and tomatoes (3 lb.)..... 2 00 Capt Williams. :' :.:. "f .
J.B. Terry lows: Lots numbered six (6) and seven Champion or Rose milk, per doz.. 135 s
(7) of section six (6) in township thirtyone Butterine (cooking butter), 20 and 25 City or San Aj tonio; ;'"

A.F.S."rilliamsand} Bill for Relief. (31), south of range thirty-nine (and Butter (best creamery made)...... 30 Capt Wilder. .. "

f Bepse F. Williams, east, and containing one hundred Chicago baking powder...........2 for 45 .
his wife.Itappearing. three (103),acres, more f"f or less. Also allof Patapsico .............2 for 45 Passengers from Titn!vitl", Indian Kiier and Ea t(V at poi t.. arriving in Jackson*from f.YT.

from the bill filed in this lotnumbered' one1) section south six of 1 3 pounds of cheese for.............'. 50 i k ad"erdttt.1.K. w. laiiwac make llln.'tion with morning and afternoon trains for Fernandlnaand Steamers asni

A. F. S. (G) in township thirty-oue (31) Pa8 enjZf'rll arriving Viedte+day and Thursday ereninps will be cured for at Fernandina.
cause that the respondents,
r and
thirty-nine (39) east, saving SCUEDCLE FOR MARCH.
Williams and Hepsey F Williams, his range certain tracts of LKAYK NEW YOBK KTIAMEES: LEATKTharttlay Flaxagv a. .
: of the State of excepting all of Stock is too Frida Feb. 28th STATE OK TEXAS, ,larch ftb.
jfe, non-residents >
Walter '
are and LargeTo
land sold to C. F. Fischer My Friday, M rcb 7th RIO GRANDE, TharsdaY, 11 tnTnanulay
**orida,and that their residence is Kitching. The tract sold Fndy. .. Uth STATE OF TEXAS, 2Mb
complainant unknown. It is therefore and Sylvanus nine as Friday, .' -lit RIO GRA? DE Thursday, tttn-.
ordered respondents do I to said C. F. Fischer being acres iTiday, .. 28th STATE OF TEXAS, Thursday J Jrd, _
that the said 13th
I deed bearing date August ii.foruutiob apply to
For General
lead< answer or demur to the said bill and the tracts sold said tt alter and ', Qnote EyerytMni J M. VILER On.Paaa Agent,77 West Bay Street, JaeksooTille,Fla.
*relief' before the tenth day of 1886, G. M. HUBBY. Agent,foot of Centre street Fernsndina, :Tla.O .
on or will be Svlvanus Kitching,being five acres more fc> H. B HERSEY,Indian RIver Ticket Agent, TitusTille,Fla.
N. A. D. 1890, or the same bearing date
I[ en. as confessed, and the said'i cornphia2nt or the less 17th, as day shown of March by A. D. 1884, con A Corresponding Range of Price I C. H. MALLORY &: CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E.. B., N. Y. t

j{ be allowed to proceed ex.parte in the aggregate fourteen acres, -"
'intn- his _-J cause. It is further or- taining situate on the north side of will be given. O. THardware. :aECTOa.: : ;: -
,.'! .1. ed I order beg pub= and being A. FROSCHEE, { .
that of this
a copy said lot one (1), section six (6), / '
., uauecl once week for four consecutive I I thirty-one (31) south, of range thirty- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. and.

Feeka in the FLORIDA STAR said newspaper county, nine(39 east, or as much thereof as will RUMPHTITUSVILLE. Keeps a Cull supply of metallic and wooden
bbshed B.
..... at Titusville, in be sufficient to satisfy said decree and GEO. Produce '
it tate. of sale.Purcbaser. Cases and Caskets.
costs Coffins _
hereunto **
In have M
witness whereof: I to pay for titles. .. ;
t. R?J hand and the seal of said Court, JAMES SANDERS attended dewed:. All orders MERCHANT. '. '
e Court House in Titusville, this Special Master. i Funerals .' ,**' .**"
th dy of Marctt, A. D. 1890. Robbins& Graham, solicitors for- com-,: promptly Embalming executed>done. '.and- at 1 -. f' .-} : rites.1' i > 'i.:I E Melbourne.. -.* ,"-;Florida
g n ,
ofhe plainant.
w Clerk Circuit Court.


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A consignment d African mackerel fau
f reached Prorincetowm, Mau., the first shipment

: : Of the aliens who took out in England Nashville of the speculators kind ever made will to lone Amcr$1.000,000+\:a.( 19 Wants. S. H. RAY

naturalization last only ,
lettets of year
r: by the drop in Tennessee owl aDd iroa.

I .three were Americans. It is said that an English syndicat* will

:' '' which celebrated Chihuahna. Mex. ,
'ttirnverein. recently
nits twentieth birthday. Mr. Chaatalouf, a brass founder, who died

( Thee- admission fee to the Melbourne At 1300.000 Montreal' ,to left his his employes.entire fortune, valuedat J. S. & 001, I

stock exchange is 8250. and scats are The decline in Tennessee coal and iron will s 6

in demand at that figure. cause a loss of .$1,000,000 among Nashville MerchandiseSTORE.

It appears that there are only five {! investor FORWARDINGAND
, of the in Chicago expense in booming that eity for I
working men justices peace I the world's fair L*estimated at $40 ,000. I S Schedules Effect XOT. 17,IsSg
Britiin. Three of them are in
I Trains of this line
Methodist ministers in session at In lianapoWs run on Central Stand
r England ac I ,
adopted a resola iou excluding; reporters depart: from die t
1 A ;rest fli/Jit of locusts, calculated tot from their meetings. t COMMISSIONMERCHANTS J.T.&h.W.andS.F.&Wti.Gnioo 1.

have cowered about 2.000 square miles, Sugar Inspector Kellogg says there con be I f pot. P

po lately i,; .--,! across the Red sea from no longer any doubt as to the practicability I West India Fast Hail. e l
of the manufacture of Agar from Kansas' I propose to keep No. 21
: the V> tu Arabian shore.
t'IOf'ghum.MIa' the dry and undeveloped 12 40 p m...Lv Jacksonville Ar.6 30
A.. ..?e weighing; 40,000 pounds portions of the state, where cora and other I 1 3(5 p m..Green Cove Sprinz..5 21 a.
,shipped cereals are a partial or total failure, sorghum A First-Class Stock 2 30 p m.Palatka 4 25 a
a 11&
will flourish !
always h says. 3 30 p nu..Seville ......_.3 ft:* a a
'", Wilio'; :. reciitly. to Seattle, Wash. lUizzards, cyclones and floods prevailed in I 4 13 p m..DeLand Junction._2 03 .a

The'lie* bridco' .H-roSS the Mississippiat week.various ports of the country the first of the -oFGROCERIES- 4 23 p m....Orange City Junc...1 49 a aIL tt ea

II' St. LD.U* ha,+; ...fe e spans, each 517$ I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 5 15 p m.........-Sanf ordr.........1 15 a o

feet Li !i'':..#:., re>ting; on four granitepier'4. PorelC"D. 6 13pm..........Orlando...._...!! 40 p_
of steeL An order has been issued prohibiting the -:0-- 7 20 p m......_Kissimmee_......10 50 ,
the being p o i
superstructure circulation in Germany of The Volksanwalt, I, 10 13 p m..Tampa........... 7 30 p tt ,,
A butcher of Coblentz, in Germany, a paper published in Cincinnati, O. WE WANT 10 45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv_ 6 30 p a
t recently discovered in the entrails of a The Duke of Orl
bullhe'kad killed a gold ring bearingthe the frontier Saturday as reported. H will THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE New York and Tampa, daily. Xo 27(top*
be kept wider lock and key in Paris until the j
inscription: Napoleon III, Emperor i at Kissimmee for supper. Kos. 14 u4 *j l l
1862." next cabinet council is ready to purdou him. I connect at Port Tampa with Plant Stcaa.
t .Dutch Socialists arrested in B-rlia: have WE WANTYou ship Line for Key West and Havana.
: An Eiffel tower of ice is to be con- been expelled.The SiiM
Come and See Us DRY GOODS ail from Port Tampa on Mondays toj
'' structed in Montreal for the winter carnival Swedish government has negotiateda to sure to Thursdays on arrival of trains jfo. 27

instead of the usual ice palace. It loan of 40,000,000 crowns. # When you come to town. connects at Palatka Junction with the Ilcr.
will be 263 feet high and illuminated by Immense glass works at Jumet, Belgium ida Southern Railway. t

x the electric light were destroyed by fire. Loss, $250000. ,- WE WANTTo NOTIONS TKAIXS BETWEEN DELAND JUXCTiOSDELAXD. U1)
"The Angelus" is watched night and I Talk You. .
Germany has opened one port, Ki:l, to the
day in the hall where it hangs in New American hog, and try the luxury of Lv DeLand No30 No32 So3t S036 No 3

York by a man whose duty it is, on an "Yankee ham and shoulder" once more WE WANTTo Hens' Ladies' & CbiIdrens'SaOES. Junction-4:45p 8:50a 12:33pU
Ar DeLand 4:40a 9:10a 1: ) 1
alarm of fire to take the costly painting Gan. Jose Chinchilla is the new governor Work With You. :SOp 235p TGp

under his arm and make for the street. .'Dera1 of Cuba. I ia Xo31 S033 NoNAT.: No39

There are 6S6 periodical publicationsin The five elevators of the Eiffel o' (made WE WANT : : Lv DeLand3:40a S::iOa ll:30a lA.r ; :. 3.5Op
I of
profit $1,200,000 during the Paris expo Deland
Russia. Seventy-eight of them are :
sition. To 'Po t You on the Markets. Junction.3:35a 8:40a ll:4oa 2.-07p UOp
political and news dailies, 109 are scien- J The crarowitch will mak a tour of Sibe- ALSOCROCKERY Trains &S and 39 run daily. Sot.t

1 tific, 86 religious. 15 artistic, 33 agricultural ria this summer to find out the condition of WE WANT: and 31 run on Mondays, Wednesday tad

82 statistical and bibliographi1cal affairs there. Fridays only. Nos. 34 and 35, run to sad
15 pedagogic, 13 for children, and '! Crimea and Canultleo.j To Ship For You and See to Your Shipments GLASSWARE, from Beresford on Mondays, Wcdoesdart.

the rest miscellaneous.In t j Two men were killed and four injured by here. and Fridays. All others daily except Sun

a length of only seventy-eight miles, ,! a saw mill exploding near Golan*ville, Va., day.South I
a railway on the French island of Re- t I Saturd iy morning WE WANTTo HARDWARE Florida A COlDlDoc1ati... !
A boiler in Armour-Cudahy packinghouse No. 23. Nos to.
union has four tunnels aggregating nearly at Otaahi, Neb., exploded killing either Buy or Handle most of the !AND 8 30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar .6 15 p n

seven miles, with many deep cuttings two employee and serkwsly wounding four- Fruit and Produce of this sectionof 9 33 a m...Green Cove Spr ing..5 15 p &

and high embankments, forty-three large tern others, several of whom will die. the 10 35 a m......... .Palatka-..._....4 25pa
bridges, including one of 1,640 and one Rudolph Dubois filled up with whisky at Ship Chandlery Goods. 11 39 a m............Seville...._....3 03 p a
*of 1,312 feet, together with 200 bridges St. Albans, Que., and murdered his vd'a, WE WANT 12 30 p m... DeLand Junction ...3 II pm

I* and culverts of less than 33 feet. mother-in-law bi two children. 12 41 p m... Orange City Jane ...2 03 p a

Rev. Father Stephen the well known You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your These will be the main features of 3 35 p m.........ThosvUle._...._11 57 aa

I DOINGS OF ROYALTY.The Catholic mountain missionary Indian, is reservation en route to, thj commissioned Turtle Products, We Can Ship it for You. business, but orders sent me for any-my 1 20 P m..Ar Sanford Lr._.l 30pa

Miss Drexel thing in store in Titus- Daily except Sunday. No 23ceasecfe! '
of investigate kept
younger brother of King Carlos by Philadelpia any Palatka with Florida Southern Bailvav
WANT ville will be filled.
the of destitution promptly
r' reports ; among
of Portugal has thirty given names. Connection made also with labia
I the Indians, tnd to SUPy them, if necessary
Prince Bismarck received 600 telegrams wth fool and clothing.A You to help us to make Titusville a River steamers at Titnsville to and tea

of on New Year's bank buildin distributing point for the Productsof landings on Indian River.
congratulation ; wa wr-eked during a severe -
a Will Frnits Chicken Jacksonville and Stanford ACt m*
thunder storm a: Keathley, Term., and the river, and sell our buy Eggs, uiodation.No. .
day.F .
I i dozen people were injurud, sumo s riol1sly.A .
ibella of Spain boasts Products here. 15 Na iI
that in debt than any woman barrel of powder exploded Tuesday atCienaga Or any Country Produce my customersor 3 35 p mLv Jacksonville Ar>12 40 p a
Sta ion, a suburb of Havana, de-
i' WE WANTIn friends may bring 3 33 P m..GreenC'ot'e8priDgU 37 a_
stroying a hou ", end injuring thirty workmen
of them to market.I 4 30 p m........_Palatka _....10 45 a D
n'i of the late ex-empress seven severely.Two
do it
fact to save you money, and can 5 40 p m....... Seville.9 36aa
Italians had their blown -
of athat '..- 4: "Alas, Brazil, Brazil; eyes bya

Leather country, I cannot .return premature Blast in a Rocky Hill, N. J., if you will help us. ask for a share of the public patronage 6 6 38 49 p p m m.Deland...Orange City Junction.June- :3d 44an a a

?." quarry. WE WANT and come as a supplicant, not a 7 30 p m.....Ar Sanford LT.._ 1 55 a a
Sporting Sparka. die tator, asking for favors.If .
Portugal's new king is an enthusiastic your Daily except Sunday.
sportsuau. an accomplished musician, At the California Athletic rooms( Monday You to know we are head-quarters for courteous treatment,good No.78 connects at Palatka Junction with
niht La Bbnrbe promptly refused to S ht and low is
? goods figures Florida
Crates etc. Southern Railway.
speaks seven languages and paints in Vegetables, ,
Jack Dempsey under any cfrcum>tan the candidate for Sanford and LAke Eastis Sail.,.
water Much indignation was expressed at the Ma- favor
public 4.EAVE AKUTX
The czar accidentally touched the but- rin"':J r.>f usal to: give Dempsey a chance to WE WANTTo then I'melected. So. 81 No. 83 No. tiff So tt

ton regulating the electric lighting the win back lost laurels. Sell you your Orange Boxes and 7:40 pm 9:00 a mJSanfonl8JO a 1:10 p a
Gatschiua palace, the lights went out League managers at New York, Monday, 8-01 m U-.30 a m..Paola:69a 12:47 pa
and will do it if
decided to push the cause against Ward. Orange Wraps, you
and he was frightened nearly to death. 8:34 p m loa mJ5orrento7 12J7 pa
The offer of $1,000,000 for the National Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.
will .
come to see us.WE 4s
& 10:46 m.M t Dora.7..2a Ii03po
The Empress Elizabeth of Austria was League proves to have been made in good Chilled Plows and SugarCane p a
5 9:00 mll:10 rn.Tavares.7dOa
one of the most beautiful women in Eu- faith. But President Day says it will not p a pa
before the tragical death of her only buy the Boston club alone. WANT Mills' Daily except Sunday. l'o.18 eonoe tat >
rope .
Sanford with West India Fart Mail *
son, the archduke crushed her to the Kilrain, in a published statement, says he You to know that we are Agents for the 82 connects at Sanford with JackvonTOi
understood his recent figbt with Corbettwas s. I. Flay.HERE
earth. for six rounds and he was only allowed I Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnish and Sanford accommodation for point

An Italian newspaper states that Emperor five; that he tried three different times since I it low down. North.Indian '
Franz Joseph of Austria has made to make a match with Corbett but he re- : River Express.

King Humbert a present of 10,000 Virginia fused. WE WANT No. 27 No 73 tr
-- WE ARE AGAIN 12 40 mLv.Jacksonville Ar-12 40 m
.cigars. He has a special factory The Death RolL p. p
where these cigars are made for himself John Jacob Astor, son of the original You to know that we burn our own :;. 30 p m...........Palatka.10 46 a n
J 4 13 m..DeLand Jane.... 8 44 a B
and his royal friends. John Jacob Astor, died at his home in New Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, p
York from the result of cold 4 23 p m_Orange City June- 30 .m
Queen Victoria is very fond of music contracted some time ago, during a visit to can give you bottom prices. 4 40 p m....Enterpriae Junc4 _.. IS a B

and is a very good musician. She studied Europe. He was the richest man in America 49 p m.......Enterprise_ I WJ>> a D

music'with Mendelssohn and singing his wealth being estimated at from WE WANT J W. ROGERS & CO. 5 06 p m_. ........Osteen.- OS: a B

with Lablachev As a consequence of $150,000,000 to $300,000,000. He leaves one You to know that we handle Cement 6 12 P 111.........LaGrange*..-.--. 5 12 a a
this teaching she prefers the old Italian son William Waldorph Astor, exministerto and Plaster Hair. 6 20 p m.Ar Titusrille Lr_ 5 00 a a

music to any other, but at the same time Italy. Before an intelligent, appreciative and Daily except Sundar. Steameraleaveh 11
she can appreciate anything that is good Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll, of Columbus, Ind., tusville dailv.except Sundav,for all poina
in the modern music. She is particularly died Saturday of inflaeuza. She was 115 WE WANTTo i. discriminating public, present to Indian River as far south at Melboorm'

fond of "Robin Adair" and such simple old. impress upon your minds that we make our bow, announcing that we at 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Meftoonw
} and old fashioned ballads. The Fire Record. I Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Fire in a barn at ..uga.L:. Ivy.: burned represent are candidates for their favors, good a m for all points south as far as Japder

lvE.Y3 IN BRIEF. twenty-nine horns Thompson & Edards.oC wishes and-ca->h. connecting then with stage fer Jano. sad &It
Helena, Mont., had a $53,000 3rd caused Chicago landings on Lake 'V orti.
CoadeU43Ulnn of Interstln; It by carelessly bv members -
As blood i is thicker than water is
of Fertil- so
The .73
r ou Subject of the legislature celebrating the windup No. 27 No.
The Grant Monument association at New of the session. The records of toe legislature izers in the west and keep constantlyon cash better than credit. We propose to 12 40 p DB-.LT Jacksonville ArJ2: 40 p a

York.has f U1&X6Q.Washington's were destroyed.Five hand the following brands of their 2 20 p m.Ar Palatka LT...10 .fi a_
birthday was generally observed tobacco tarns and other propertywere Goods get out of the old ruts and Sell our 2 50 p m..._LT Palatka Ar._ 9 36 pB

througuout the country Saturday. destroyed by a storm near liopkins- : Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard 6 00 p m..........Ormond.......... 6 24 p B
A $100,000,000 building and loan association vffle, Ky. World of Good, for Orange Trees. d 2n p m.,. \r Daytona LT._ I 00 a B
for teachers has been started iu Cash.
New Personal.It World of Good, for Trackers. Daily except Sunday.
York. is announced that Minster Phelps will Tickets on sale at City Ticket Offer 5*.
Samuel Belt and Oliver Lee w rt arrested: resign his o 3ce as niiui;tuf to Germany: and Pure, fine Ground Bone. We handle a first-class line ofOlotlilng 82 West Bay street and at Union deli
Friday night charged with biviig attempted I return to run for congrsM*. Blood, Bone and Potash. Jacksonville

i- the assas3ntion of Mat Randall, i I., Miss Regina R.>thichil.l start from Port Chic oBone: Meal.Dissolved J. A. LA&SCXD, 0. ACKZEX.T: ,
at Lebanon Ind. Both their inno
protest Townsend, Wash.,.to encircle the globe inshtym Bone. Supt. Gen. Pass. Aft.W. .

cence.In the Ontario legislature Pre,.{er Mowat *; days. The citizens subscribed f3,- P. LA nul:,Txket Agt,TitasTate.

introduced a l-ill extending to the Jews.1n 000 for her expenses .. ._ WE WANT D. F.JACK, General Manager.

E the province all the rights and privileges en- Comforting. You to know we keep on hand Both Ready-made and to Order. GEO. E.. CHASE. JL CL ca.rrS.L. :!
joyed by other religious organization
The supplv 0: codas in the Ci..j e: Mexico Sulphate of Potash, GEO. E. CHASE & CO.,

: was completely: exhausted In the burialof i Land Plaster, Our '

la griJ; a victims Canada H. W. Ashes, SHIP CHANDLERY
Two boys q-rarekd at Gregory, Albh., Gents'
and one stabbed and fatally wounded the Tobacco Stems and Furnishing DepartmentIs HARDWARE

other. Cotton Seed I eal.
Fred. V-,,'ton, who fled from Dallas. Tex., Complete. Nobby Hats from

t * T w St. Johns, N. 8., with $7,000 l first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the
You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE .
af tLc&cseu his FISHIS
1 -4 person.fwou GEAR
? most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and
Eo: ,. once a popular phyrih -
; WANTTo Tale-
1'fn. : < '+ Orchard K r., of lockjaw, Hand Satchels, too low to quote. Agent for BeToe & Co.'a Punta. '
t Life Preservers Tent & A1fI DI +
'phvn habit merit your patronage by fair and
1 Chi-;,. ,teen selected abe site forth y and For fine Cigars and Tobaccos Patent Anchors.
honest dealings, we mean we can-
t '"' :4i; After disposing of several SINS
aairorl:v::Y-*. *Vote win be taken on the TRY US.Respectfully. not be excelled in the county. BOAT GEAR OFTT-

bill, an.I t...>q Mxtioa of fair or no fair de- Professional Mendicant Would you Correspondence Solkltei Tete...
R l':0:---:'-
teraio*!; We earnestly a&an inspection of 26UJVos.
please help me air? 1 have only one leg.
"" The de-hJed Jones' baby, of 'Tiptoe sir, and I am cold Goods before 8t.rJACSSOSVILL,11
Ind, fa dwl. buying elsewhere. 88 $ $p. E' JBay
The 0., L & W. railroad was bought in atInMaaapol4Thursdayfor my dear man. TOO' have a decided +

ho bondholders advantage over me la' having only J. WATSON ,& CO. J. If..Rogers.& Co. .

tar $ PAUU *_ ._ 1 ODe foot to.get. .cold: good.. day."...;-Time
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7 THE FLORIDA STAB, THURSDAY, MAR. 6, 1890. 7 ";,4s*
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r Btagnantmooa. BucbJen'8 Arnica Salve.


Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever O

r Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands Chilblains Y.J
Bavoe Among the Dctp. Corns and all Skin Eruptions, r ii

'- was appointed pro- and positively cures Piles or no pay re- "

1iheDlaj.. 'J1SISha1 on St. Helena Island, in I //4 !1 uired. It is guaranteed to give perfect f'i'' V ... : .v. IN THE WORLD IsAS

Beaufort, just after the war, he ; satisfaction, or money refunded. Price {Q' 7 !% ; f
25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & oy
half dozen v "
it inhabited by a T
J. 4 Grey. 1019. IIi,1
and several ,
l gyp.. some 1,500 negroes : < :
dogs. These dogs belonged to + t The Great Social Requisite. ."'9 .. -t.o t) .

half a dozen to a family, I + ,', .. (\"\. Y t\ 1. ..., 0, .. ....?>
da negroes ,, Blue Blood" is still an essential part 0 oQai P e U. t
brutes f A
-. were dangerous generally 1'I i ; of the great social question, but after all C' .."O's J:- ? SPRINGMEDICINE

Zflwea between the mastiff and blood- pure blood is the key of life, and P. P. P. "-'. "V'- tJ#. +ft; TOCUREANDTONE pp I

.JIc It was unsafe to dismount ort Ji '\ has achieved phenomenal success as a : V'_D, .V""- o :

::;a yard without first warning the I \ : urificant and corrector of all ailments J"J;. .. UP THE GENERAL

of the house of one's presence. I. rising from bad blood and its contingent AILMENTS OF THESYSTEM.TAKE

jay he started to enter a yard i t unhappy effects. For sale by all "' {' 4 cf O ,
()De V .j cf
felt his hand seized. He lookedjjrttnd rnggists.ABBOTTS. .". ',-.o :4 +
be Officer of
-fes Institution (to tramp who #
c.oo Ssr
there saw a big dog, which : .)>- 4' 1
has found his way in-Well. sir, what EAST INDIAN CORN'AINT /' .4P.'" '
his fingers in its mouth and ;f ( <, ''\ .,.e 4." ,.
5l taken you want removes all Corns. Bunions and ... ,, '... y .... c.yo):
f,! holding them, tightly enough toad Tramp (haughtily waving his hand- VartR. \<'e .c &y

) without actually biting. As soon Sir! I am on a tour of inspection to dis- (; IL '> V e_

..becou1d be withdrew his fingers and cover whether this institution is worthyan Needing tonic,or LADIES children that want bonding

jgjcbed around for his revolver. The endowment at my hands.-Time.Dlerlt __* op,should take
still menacing, and as Maj. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
fa* ms Wins. It Is pleasant to take,cures Malaria Indlgtstion v v a
''- leveled the weapon the brute ,and Biliousness. All dealers keep it.

opened his mouth for a growl, which We desire to say to our citizens, that .
finished. The major dropped tor we have been Advice to Mother
int neter years selling Dr. King's lira.Wcrsbuw's sooimsa Inn.hould&hraya .
forty-four bullet down his throat. New Discovery for Consumption Dr. be used when children are cutting teeth. It reiieres >
marshal finally came to King's New Lite Pills Bucklen's Arnica the little safierer&t once;itprodnoesn u al, U:
prorost w
The quiet sleep,and the little cherub awake&as"bright
Salve and ,
Ae conclusion that there were,more dogs Electric Bitters, and have .. a button." Lt is very pleasant to taste. It s
was call for. So he sent never handled remedies that sell as well soothes the chQ.isoftens the gums allays all pain s yp Hl L I
&a there any or that have given such universal satis- regulates the bowels,and is the best known remedy : ... -
_, to Charleston and got a pound of faction. We do for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or Rtyitdaas radon r.P.F.M a tpiMffid aoabiset ai.
not hesitate to FROM NEW YORK CITY. ...,.
guarantee other causes. Twenty-fire cents a bottle and pesseribs It w1da neat MtUfeeUaa"*ta et
1 oine, with which he doctored up them every time, and we stand ready to Mr. A H. Hswkes-Pear Sir: You PATENT all form use stave.or rrliawr.9ftm4rr and T r Vp
ibxit twenty pounds of meat chopped refund the purchase price. if satisfactoryresults EYE GLASSES received sometime sinrA, and am
much gratified at the wonderful'
pinto little cubes. Armed with this, do not follow their use.! These DEAFiE88 lhVI.WI.l.K ltAl lorsrs TlIIUIW crlnbr ban very com over o 7 eyesight sine 1 bare change discarded that pr.prpu *

._ !5 rode quietly over the island and gave remedies have won their great popularity $. WbJ pen heML Com- m) old glasses aud am now wearing yours. .
rtabto.ttMWMM .all .....fell.*.M T. ALCXASDKa
war >7 A GAB.
to dog he met. If the purely on their merits. Dixon & foi L A
s jooothfal every eddy aaa ar'dwaq.6sw 1-- writs.. tr .eI.l'u.I. Secretary Stationers'Bosid of Trade. O-F
Grey, Druggists. 19. -- --
& was particularly noisy, he gave him All AUa' thriving Store of
jfO Within the next enty-four hours Persons who lead a life of exposure are s pbti1ss.B pbLftls aseamatiaa,8aahioas Cleera
of excited negroes rushed in tad tie... ludalar Swalllagm, Kb*.mattBk.Malaria,
axjra upon to rheumatism and ,
81' subject neuralgia lum- old b,. t'leetAat ens ,""'tad an &Peal ntCaturb
I', tkn. bago and will find a valuable remedy in tIPARKER'S hair..
t{ MfaraeT--dawg all daid. Some Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini- Gray r
nv'fnl misery done tuck 'em un dey'sIjin' ment; it will banish pain and subdue infla- ; f' .

9 ebrywhar. I los' t'ree dawg. Sam mation. ..

los de best ----- -- -- -----
he done coon dawg on C.
jentin When you are constipated, with l loss of
St.Helena. My boy Pete done los' all appetite.headache,take Dr.J.H.McLean'* --'ACN !ICHESTER'S.UNCLICK: .

Wn. We dunnaw wat make of hit." Little Liver and Kidney Pillets, they are /'iife' P3YBOThI.! 1"'" -. '.".... lnlnu.,renrtal tikia th.ek Potion.....Cnema,Tttter Chronic=..*sin te,Con ta.f. .

Ike epidemic lasted three weeks," pleasant to take and will cure you. 25 centsa -\. J licit Cress Dlaultrad Ln....!. f.p.U a powcrrol tonic sad at tppttt-
SFN V .. .,... .. .. dsore. HOW
r vs.set,reIJ b T4u tor ) : t+ ?
aid the major to The Poet. "I must vial. IAP 1eIo uk arv.ifirt w to L'.a-
..,...llrtUlclw 14_"-ak4: r
If tlrj
fctre poisoned over 2,000 dogs. the e' J "
Take DeWitt's Little Risers. .1lhblunbIIeL Tak..u.e.. Can the world know a man has a good
Early 4 "I tkf r..eLdl
had suspected me life would (slum).Ion MitiMUn thin unless he advertises
tegroes ,my ..t./t.r.11.0. x..uF'rrCkrekestea ? the possession
hire been in danger."-Washington De Witt's Little Early Risers get there. Chcmlcal w.,u..u-bq.,,h. of it. '-YANDaa.xLr.IL .

Itat Faults of digestion cause disorders of the

liver and the whole becomes de- MADE WITH BOILING WATER. .
Forgot nimself.With system ser betiding op system wpktly.Ladtos
wbose systems ar* polsoMdIt and who** Mood
Dr. J. H. McLean's
radiant smile and bewitching ranged. StrengtheningCordial In.n Im Neo"ulltko.d_ 10 aea..rasl tift 1.r4
and Blood urifierl'rfects the )-I : S'SG
the beautiful heiress her process p p _
Web placed
of digestion and assimilation, and thus

,- makes pure blood. 11.T LCOMFORTING.Cocoa. !4hI WRITE US
If suffer pricking pains on moving
you i i
r' "I am yours, count,"came softly. from the eyes, or cannot bear bright light, and wherever you live and

1Ierlomrlipi. find your sight weak and failing,you should we will ship you a
The count sprang to his feet in ecstasy. promptly use Dr. J. II. :McLean's Strengthening JIAUK WITH BOILING WATKR. 7 tie an p_I1&rt,De n ii4 by Ui.w. 0 rl\ji Hale sad
instrument on ISDays' Stood elMBslaK propwtlM of 1.1.t.frteWj Aatt,rake
"Zi|ees ze happiest day off my lifer Eye Salve. 25 cents a box. 1 Root and PntaMlam.LIPPMAH .
exclaimed, in that charming accent < Test Trial In

Sat delights the ear of the romantic Ask Dixon & Gray what DeWitt's Little : your own home.

ale of America when uttered by a Early Risers are. its .

tided foreigner. A Safe In"' stnlent.

"My lofe," he said, drawing a ring .
Is one which is guaranteed to bring .
How Lost How Regained
from his pocket and slipping it on her: I you satisfactory results or in case of ,

tapering finger, 'permeet me to present failure a return of purchase price Oi &HIA'CE DJJO3., Proprietors,
jwiieealeetle tokane off our enkache- this safe plan you can buy from our advertised NO CASH REQUIREDUntil v7Hor.E3.xiJ5 D iroc.9Ta.Uppma ..'"
'. '.
Fleck. f A n C
bottle of Dr. King'sNew ,
mat. Druggist a _.
1 for It is OFD: you hare tested an Consumption.
2sdbe tenderly jabbed a kiss upon it. Discovery both ways if instrument fails to please in either "1 f' '
"Dear count replied the Hushing guaranteed to bring relief in every case style price or quality. Ours the risk,youronly .. .... "
fid And when used for any affection of Throat to give fair and full test, and buy if fully pleased. .......-" ...-.. -._-'T- '_'"V..%'"J**,:<-r.t fZfiufi4: inJ!
1 will wear It forever. now,

ia retain, I know you will accept this Lungs Innamation or Chest of Lungs such, as Bronchitis Consumption.Asthma KNDW\ THYSElf. 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied {I .11t:1q.: '.-:. 2bBK

rill from me, and wear it on your litUe *
etc., etc
Whooping Cougn Croup THE SCIENCE OK LJKt by as since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL three; T re J!'*,* ij
fagtr It is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatiseon PLAN, first introduced in the South by us. Fair- D. FtB y t t,O.W
The count took it. As he turned it safe and Trial bottles free at the Errors of oathl're&JULture Nervous est method of sale possible,and a great benefit to m.s. .

&boSt to his hand and inspected it, a Dixon & Gray's Drugstore. 19- and Physical Debility,Imparities of the Blood. a distance who cannot visit our ware-rooms tieec'.ama O are ti.:1 to L.Z+rw.rld b:,

&wnr, abstracted look settled on his D. AI FL.R"F.C.-;
Cleanse your breath with DeWitt's Little Beautifulnic.i.afcti! bs.iuitrvt

lace"ilees,and, I he couldn't murmured possibly absentmindedly let you had: Early Risers, Dixon & Gray. -- 1'i JReaolting perfect trial plan instruments and purchasers at the very absolutely lowest assured S_ wand f.J Pn..d,:,U\Jq, J ,

,.here can feefty cents on ris piece off His girl didn't go back on him becausehe possible cost. Selling only the best instruments for.ouo..illie!edQTEp, a ..
.welrjr. Chicago Tribune. used DeWitt's Little Early Risers.A made,that will stand the most severe and applicants and to last lows.cus-
from Folly Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or comprehensive tests,we do not fear to send them out to.iKn. It is betttr than rer. livery .
Overtaxation, E Enenratmz and unittlnghe victim on trial and Let them stand solely on their merits. person using Gi'den,Flower
sort of lethargy sometimes takes pos- All we ask is the privilege of FitH E-.D.3.1'Ql.11ol'G\..
Important Dlac>>ftl"7. for Work, Business,the Xtarriedor Social Rflation. shipping on ap- 01'
Benevolent session of the Kidneys and bladder; they ATOid unskillful pretender Poseeaa this great proval. No suit,no pay. Our freights if we fad. D. M. FERRY: d. co
Old Lady (to little girl)- should be stimulated to health wark. It contains BOO pages,royal 8ra Beautiful DETROIT, iS ICH.CaTcsta .
Ky little dear do you wash your face and McLean binding,embossed,fall 2 lL Price only $LOO by EASY TO BUY ,..
of Dr. J. II.
halls action by use ti mail,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. Illustrative
every morning? Liver and Kidney Balm. Prospectna Free,If you apply now. The Fromus correspondence. No
"No, mum.* uiahed author,\Vm. H. Parker M. IX, received by matter whether
much live either ten or a thousand miles from
The quality of the depends the GOLD AND JEAVELLED MEDAL you ux
"Good gracious! That's perfectly We ship to all Southern States. Our system is
bad digestion to make the from the National Medical Association for
good or ;
upon perfect. Prices in plain print and alike to all.
feadf at Do you wash your face in the blood rich in life and strength- iving constituents this PRIZB DEBILITY.Dr.Parkerand ESSAY on NERVOUS and One price only. No more, no less. Large

Mlle of the day?" use Dr.J. II.McLean Strength- of PlITHICAL Assistant Physicians may be consnlted,acorps confidentially Discounts from makers prices. AH competition .
M& it will mAll in at the office of met. Complete- outfits free. AH freight
mum. ening Cordial and Blood Purifier, by or person paid. Easy installments. Every inducement t >Many
;Dear mel! When do you wash your. nourish the properties of the blood from THE No.4BadlachSt.BostonMaaa.towho PEABODY MEDICAL :INSTITUTE all f. dealing house can offer. t

which the elements of vitality are drawn. order for books or tetters for advice should be
"I directed u&bon."Tho I Write for Valuable Information. 3
never washes
REWARDIs and TradeMarks obtained and an Pat
Catalogues Circulars
"Horriblel It is shocking how de- certain if reasonable effort is made to Gladstone" I I Special ent botfinedi conducted for, Moot MAT C Fit.
Jlr&Ted the lower classes arel I must the of DeWitt's Cough Fall Offers-1889. Copy of newPaper"Sharps Ou10Fflcr IC o I'P'3W",u tr. P.Tt"'TO CE
cure a cough by use f and we can secure patent Liles.timem.A Laos.
wg&aize & society to see that children and Consumption cure. this remedy is cor- LAMP and Flats remote from Washington. .

,J properly washed. Tell me, little one, rect and certain in its action and costs no ALL FREE. AddressUDDEN Send model drawing: or horo.,with desert,.
tion.V.. advise 'niabto free of
tba or sot.
\\the finest lamp fa w.r d. pa
wjrou really never wash yourself? more than unreliable preparations, insist !t are.a'pare,Hfh bl'UIt. charge. Our fee not doe till patent la secured

"No, mum, mamma washes me every upon having it. For Ita, & Gray Bal p.air,-.r.Pnrerti'dt'ng to Iltd.t u L S..wu'r I & BATES A PAMPMLCT.MHov actual to Obtain Patent,**with
1Ion came of clients la you State,city of
ng. -Texas Siftings. The farmer's friend has for many years UWlcullptllOftutUziek :n. lIiht-men town,sent free. Address,
Volcanic Oil Lin- .__ cheerful tfc;.n *i.:< :'. I ,
beeu Dr. J. II.McLean's a A ..endow a1'(..a SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE C.A.SNOW&CO.
TVberc Was the Cat? "' ,
iment, for horses, cattle,kogs andbhetp. crdit.ary It"ID 01&1Se
r. A cook who bad burnt a piece of..roastwdgbing has proved its worth in thousands of cases .n1isl*VondrTf4Mni:: :7i':'' ; SAVANNAH, CA.MYSON. 0.,. PATC.T Orncc. Wa HiM6TOK. O, C.'

= four pounds threw it away, and It A ll livl; t t. Kevrrn ; -'" .- .,
When the stomach lacks vigor regularity i+ksr
wd afterward*Explained to her mistress e!i tronm-ng. rcte.
there will be flttulency, heartburn ame ea tu.t tree'sw'
1Ibat the cat had eaten the meat. % cilinne.n.vfr"t! -=
nausea, sickness, headache, nervousness. ,r of the eel;t 11"i & :-- I
"Vel1 good," said the lady, "we will Use Dr. J. II. McLeans Strengthening Cor- e'isrli.r g ct ia I
.e thttt name no aauo>sacs c: "Deal with the men who advertise. You
directly dial and Blood Purifier to give tone and any ai->d. atd can will never lose by it."-BEX. FBAXKLIX.
8o laYing, she took the cat, put it on regularity the stomach. net explode.Aid f n*$ a danr. Write L. & R S. M.
47 H.about it.
ttales,and found that it weighed ex- %ThUeMtimes .1ft'oiW'

letly four pounds. Neuralgic Persons = cf _kiu.r.t..a A b.:p*. ...
** ADd those troubled with nervousness resulting rawpd nn.4 1"1 ei .::
/'Xbere Fr d erik she said are
tromcareoroverworkwlf be relieved by taking Brass ItkieU Co.1 f r
f'Wsr pounds of meat, but where is the Brown's Iron Bitters. Genuine Aajque I-r'.:u. .:' J

; cur- o1ner Tagtblatf.'t hat trade nark and crossed red lines on wrapper. The Gladstone Extension Study Lampfor \
Clergymen. Editors Students, Teachers,
AD'1CE. Professors, Lawyers, Physicians and other THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER.

A mecr. "Keep your heak cool, your feet warm, professional men.

iT ; 3iammat do,people really buy your liver active and trust In God,"was the The Gladstone Banquet Lamp j.
The Gladstone Piano LamIM. .
advice of a celebrated phpsician to a patient,
: tna-- Of child of coarse. the action of liver Send for price list. Single lamps at Thothsale
b course, can regulate your tau
yon price,boxed and sent weJy t'tlu'UwGet -
I.: tIIIIiIQ out now and plaT kidneys and bowels by using De11 itt's Sarsaparilla our prices. Seeing is beli<
Jennie fin a brown study)-Then, why an absolutely reliable blood pug GLADSTONE LAMP CO., I

**.fan,that poor people buy more ifying remedy for sale-by Dixon & Gray. 71 Park. Plate, Kcw \*rk.Notice. :I a We tuna the CHEAPEST and Best

I ; 5 si than anybody else?-Northwest I 'I i!= WOVEN WIRE FENCING
|i *a g In the decline of life infirmities beset us I = Wire Rope Salvage
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to which our youth and maturity were ; ...J

{ DeateaiaWhab I strangers, our kidneys and liver are subject All persons baying claims against |he e. ,w >'. .
; =- to derangement, but nothing equals Dr estate of Soplirbhtrw TtsicbeU, late of a "'.
do you think of my new J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balmas Brevard county: Florida: deceased, are .. >-

a regulator of these organs. required to present them duly antbentlcated et
;. -I car t hear myself think.Furnisher. .- to tbe undersigned within the time

,. r and : GREAT SCQTT required by law or this notice will be
Why don't you cure that cough? DeWitt'. pleaded In bar of their collection; and AstticttyAribelasaaacbiieder'wrZTMalsat'made '
from beet
materials 1tmI4
very ty w tttaeq
If Uaer Cough and Consumption Cure will do it. all persons in debt to said estate are required w .riiO and wiU best tool per devised slat t3s pEryeee.''
and Soa Iaeln.rnted.Feb. This remedy is positively certain, prompt I to make Immediate payment to us, t WsrrrttUd tn de all taat ran I*reason*+*.xpecie4.of .. .
_J trt-1, Kan., 2 .-Mrs. satisfactory if have This February 7lh 1F90.AdmV 1tM JDeJI At'CD CXSTS Ps'"l llawn. + lh.wry beet typewriter rxtaat. capable ef wriU
er and d son were and thoroughly you ,; Gardao.Poattrr' and 8v>* Fends aUtsea fat ISO, words pe*raiajita. *' sr.,seoordiju to the'
y tQ death Sunday resumwrat tried it you know this statement to be a fact, AARON UVI.LJ."ro. and wfcUvs.Oatertouaub.I"rtoealcnr.lJoLS aUlityirfta*op.ntar. :PBIC&.flOO.Address -
r They have not doing yourself an MARY T. tUYELA2m. dealers rrctgkt fattf. ttea4foretrcalan.iiroTa FABJ&II M'YtI. COAfeatsva ,
to if you are i u vial C1 ea f1It.4w, JU. -
;.r Beat the y let stable the with bay afira a Jant.ern.1Ic It is sold by Dixon & Gray; and.Adiufx. /.5v-A1 tt.eslr. > t cr. tgrrjsvr.... ..tV PARISH, !f. T.

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_" Cocoa. A passenger op board the St. Augus- From the Land of Flowers. THE PEOPLESFigured CASH BA A

; Mr. C. H.'Aitken, of Jersey. City,'is in tine was heard to remark that her name Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29, 1889. r

should have been St. Snail instead of St. Mr. A. B. GIRARDEAU, Savannah, Ga.

' :town. Augustine. Such sarcasm is wholly un- DEAR :SIB: :-I have fully tested the lawns, 5c Children's striped suits, $1.25 and tlxJ
Mr. R. .B. Bailey, of Mansfield, Pa., Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic you Calico, 5c, 6c, 6c, 7c, 8c Children's plaid suits, 13.75 $13Ve1
warranted she is of the best boats
r visited Cocoa last week. as one sent me and have to report 15 cases of Seer-sucker, 9c $532 These run up to 13 year old
.. ever run on the Indian river, and her Chills and Remitting Fever that it has Jaconet,32 inches!, lOc Youth's suits, 13 to IS years old 'i,,
Mr. Bert Clarkson, of Jacksonville, captain is gaining many honors with his cured. Not one failure. With some Gingham, 9c, lOc, lie $5.32, $6.25, $7.50,17.75

stopped at Delmonico's last week. handsome new steamer. experience as to the demands of Georgiaand Chalon cloth, 12c Men's sack suits at $4.69, $5J '

Mr. "H. S. Cunnington, of Philadel- Florida, and especially in the south- Blue chambray, 12c $.50, $8.00, 9.69, $10.32, tll. ;, :'l.t
The entertainment given by the members Chomonine cloth 13c $15.00
last eastern,part of this State, I know of no I
Pa. in Cocoa Monday.
( phia, ,was on of the new M. E. church on Wednesday remedial agent so worthy of general use Sateen, 13c ,Men's 3-button cut-away. $9.00. ,
' Mrs. Laura Willard left for her old night of last week was a decided as yours. Whoever originated it is a Outing flannel, warranted not to fade or I $11.25, $15.00I

borne in Hawkinsville, Ga.,on Saturday. The proceeds were large the public benefactor. Yours truly, shrink. The cloth of the season, 14c I Select your price; send the descri j
success. 26 pieces of ruching, 5c to 24c 1 as to color, etc., and we guarantee
Mrs. M. F. Martin and Mrs. Fish, of church filled its utmost S. F. GOVE, "
4 being to capacity.The 200 ribbon, 25 to 50 per cent below suit you or refund your money.J. .
"Newport, Ky., are visiting at Mrs. J. talent displayed by those who took Missionary Florida Baptist Country on regular prices: I II
Indian river and its vicinity. Lace, embroidery plumes, trim- P. TURNER &
. JDixon's. part was most commendable, and all departed ties\ jQ
i ----- -- mings, etc., etc., at the people s prices. i
-J. M. Sanders went to Titusville on highly pleased with the e"ening'sentertainment. NOTICE. i

'Monday to attend a meeting of the county LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLA. ) Send to The Bazaar at Titusville for a'ything' you want. If Messrs. Turner ,
commissioners. The fine boat from Feb. 6, 1890. [ Co. haven't got it, they will go out am d get it for you if it U to be bad in Tit
new Sharpie-rigged
Notice is hereby given that the following ville, and guarantee to please or money r untied<< every time.
: Hev. James Bolton will preach in the, the River View House, of Merritt, met named settler has filed notice of his

new M. E. church on Sunday morning with a serious mishap last Friday, near intention to make final proof in supportof GEORGE M. HOBBISSV.LTER S. GRAHAM, J. II. ROLU3?'

: .next at 11 o'clock. Georgiana, and still lies in ten feet of his claim, and that said proof will be Att.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. Notary Fab/

water, as a result of flawy winds and a made before the Judge of Circuit Court, 1.obbins: G-rahnn:1.: ci3: B..o"111""S
Mr. and Mrs. Brand, of Philadelphia, or in his absence Clerk of said court, at ,
; Pa., have been stopping at the Delmonicofor rather careless sailor. Chief Tom Nevus Titusville Fla., on April 8, 1890; viz: REAL ESTATE DEALERS,

the past few days. of Brooklyn, and Mr. Jeff Nevins, Ocar F. Davis, Titusville, Fla., D. S. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD Jk E\CIIAXGE1)J
brothers.of the landlord, with a party of 2335 for the N. E. } of N. \V. } Sec. 5
Miss Anna Spratt, of City Point, left four or five other gentlemen, had just T. 22 S. R. 35 E. He names the follow- Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co., ,

for Jacksonville on Monday, to return ing witnesses to prove his continuous 1'. O. Box, 25O,
started weeks' cruise
on a two hunting
with of friend residence upon and cultivation of, said
a party down the river, with bright prospects ofa land, viz: TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLORIDA "

Mr. J. H. Brown, of Canton, Pa., who time and cabin full of Robert Morrow. James R. Watson and r
glorious a every We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agent for a large Lsta
"has been visiting in town for the past few delicacy obtainable in the markets. Jeff Milton Grover, of Titusville and Fred- carefully-selected Properties in all parts of lirevard County.

days, has returned North. was at the helm, and suddenly his appe- erick A. Chappel, of LaGrange, Fla. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and TaJ uf an"Prt. *
ALEX. LYNCH, Register. perty on Indian River.
Miss Mildred Hopkins, who has been tite called for a banana,and thinking the Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are ntwqiul .

visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Lapham at In- sheets would stand cleating a few seconds Naphtha Launch "Livinier" and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to inte&diag Purchasers vto] tie

dlanola, has returned home. while he hastened into the cabin he made may favor us with their patronage.
No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
I .. Mrs. M. Pipher, Mrs. Fred.Taylor and the venture. He got the banana,but then Can be Hired for Short Runs or Cruis:: Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bullies of ii.

Mrs S. H. Peck returned from Jupiter he needed salt and salt (water) he got ing. For terms and particulars addressW. priced lands. Write' for Descriptive Pamphlet.

Wednesday of last week. Before he reached his post of duty, for P. Underwood, Cocoa, Fla.

the next instant the whole party were GEORGE M. BOBBINS, President.VALTEH S. GRAHAM. Scatter
of schooner "Ellie
Captain Fisher ,
I Anchored off Cocoa to visit his daughter, cast adrift without life preservers, into PIANO for SALE, lOroTreircaL'trac't of Tltlo Co., ,

.IVIrs. Ad. Dixon, on last Saturday.Miss the "briny deep,"and the proud new boat ALSO Incorporated A. D. 1889.

suffered its first defeat and had gone A SEINE 50 YARDS LONG. CAPITAL STOCK ;; FULLY PAID
Pearl Munson, of Sanford, Fla., $ ,000 ; ; XOX-ASSESSABLE.
'down bottom of the But
to the
pent a few days with her friend, Miss sea. APPLY A Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50e. for tack iii-

Julia Roberts, of this place, last week. as fortune would have it, Captain Payne Dr. C. A. Hentz, City Point, Fla. dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the sam, T &..JWO'
j happened near by and "gathered them for the first additional and oOc. for each succeeding transfer.

,Mr. and Mrs E. Stilings baby was The New Rock Hotel.
safely in. They lost: all their proviSions Ledge Taxes Paid for Xoii-Resldentt.

christened at the Episcopal church on and one gun, but the "chief" heldto New House New Furniture. Cuisine, best. er For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners oldie worrr a4

Jast Wednesday, after confirmation *er- his cigar and field glass with a deathlike b.iuiurjr con iuforiuatioij itious perfect.address For limber annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them agai tt loss bT

vices. grip, while he made desperate and Sale. 12
G. M. BRADLEY, Proprietor, Fla.
Box 250 Titusville
Dr. F. B. Biglow, of Auborne, Me., successful struggles to keep the cigar HOCK LEDGE, FLA. ,

was in town several days last week He above, as it was just then the 'water -

p visited Mr. C. Verbekp, of Brantly andWirt line" of his existence. Captain Payne's : ST. LUCEE HOUSE 3E3- L. JBFI..A.DYGroceries : ,

a up the river on Monday. descriptions of the scene are very amusing Opposite Indian River Inlet, Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

Everyone is anticipating a delightfultreat indeed, but it was really no laughing ,
from the garden party and concertto matter. It was a very unfortunate termi- I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple aa1

be given by Miss Emma Thursby and nation of what promised to be an unusually Unrivalled Fish- Fancy
the ladies of Merritt on Thursday.Mr. pleasant journey. Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf
ing, Boating, Etc. ,
and Mrs. S. H. Peck left here for
Narrows.Mr. First-Class Accommodations' Opened all kinds. Also my Stock of

anford, Fla., on Monday. They go John Braly and Mr. Richard Weed, from January 1st to May 31st. Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Dial
from there to Jacksonville and St. Augustine JAMES PAINE ,
of Malabar, are down on a hunting trip. Proprietor.JACKSONVILLE
then to return to their home at Savannah the House Indian LiH rf
Miss Jessie Bas* tt,who has been visiting I am only on River dealing exclusively] in the above
Ga. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspoadeoee and nAt
friends in Narrows, returned to Mal OLS LJEngle l & Ca'' i Very
Right Rev. Bishop Weed arrived hereon abar last Monday.Mr. your patronage. truly E. L. BRADY
last Wednesday afternoon and held
John Michael had FLA.
a candypullingat ,
confirmation services at St. Michael'

Episcopal church on Sunday last. The his home last week. Only a few were Crockery, Glassware, GOLDSMITH BROS.
present, but they had a pleasant time.
church now has five new members.E. .
The weather is still very dry and most House-Furnishing, We are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors and bate

A. Clifford, Esq., post-office inspector of the gardens will be a failure, but "if Lamps, Oil, $ Vapor Stoves, enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning we solicit the seed will of eat
from Washington, D. C., arrived in friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always keep a full Steak of
at first you don't succeed, try.try again." Gate City Stone Filters.We .
Cjcoa on Thursday, and joining his
friends, Messrs. McQua and Griswold, Mr. S. A. Lowe and family have de- solicit the patronage of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Notions, Etc.,
parted for Sebastian, where they will our neighbours of the
atl down Indian River Inlet.
they went remain a week or two. Mr. Lowe and EAST COAST.INDIANRIYERSTATE. And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. Wt

Mrs. T. H. Potter, of Sandersville, Ga., son Charles killed over two dozen deer have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR fer Ladies wfci&ii
worth Seeing and Buying.
and Miss Emma Sutton of New York
during their stay in Narrows. BANK. We only deal in
sisters of Mrs. R. N. Andrews, of this I
During Mr. E. L. Gray's absence from First-Chart Goods

place, left on Monday for their homes, home last week, fire broke out on the Titusville, Florida. Bought in first-class and well,
.after most visit with their manner, guarantee price as as quality.
a pleasant
relatives. north end of his place, and but for the Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. GOLDSMITH BROS., TITUSVILLE, FLA. "
arrival of would have
two neighbors
Capital, $100,000,
Miss Little Dixon, who has been visit- burned the house, also that of Mrs. Oscar:
ing at her brothers at Rockledge for some Hall, of Bendemeer. The north wind Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A S1ra; berry P1uats: j.n, Sep1oxn.bor.J.Yunan's ;

.months, returned to her home at Faccville swept the fire down the east side as far as GENERAL BANKING SACTED.BUSINESS TRAN Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order fdr',.

Ga. on Monday. Mr. Will Dixon Mr.Daw n'g, where it was checked. The Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and diaate
JAMES PRITCIIARD, President, INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Datidge Fertilizer
-accompanied her as far as Titusville, re- tire was a fierce one, and coming when \\". B. BARXETT, Vice-President.' Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal Cotton Seed Meal etc., and Mapetf aa4

turning the same evening. everything was:: so dry, it could m,t be WM. M. BROWN, Cashier. David e's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for eau1e ae.

controlled. None of the JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries Melbourne :FUu
Mrs. E. M. Mooje, of Titusville, and orange grove Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar- ,
were damaged, but Mr. Gray will lose a nett, J. H. Durkee, S. Graham, and1v. -S
.her charming guest, Miss Marion Chandler -
half dozen small orange trees.A M. JJrown. YOUNG ORANGE GROVE
of Andovet, Mass., made a brief visit ,
favor consistent with Conservative
to Cocoa on Wednesday of last week. merry party, consisting of Misses Well located on Indian River; payingnet
Maggie: Gray, Minnie Story, Elmira and Close to Indian Itlirr Inlet.
They came down to attend the entertain- Meua Michael and Messrs. John C. and Baniini 10 per cent. now. Price,$3,000.

ment at the new M. E. church. Edwin R. Michael, bailed up to Sebastian Correspondents : Seaboard Xat'i Bank,of Bargain. Answer quick. FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish .

last week in the yacht Mad ir, Captain New York ; Xat'l Bank of Jacksonville. ADDRESS. BOX 216,TITUSVILLE.
On the thermometer stood the
Saturday at Fred Whitlock. They stopped en routeat Oysters and Game by

83 degrees, and on Sunday morning was Pelican Inland, to see the birds:: which JACKSONVILLE MARBLE GO. Schooner, MANATEE, Millions. Boats, Wagon and Buggies
30, showing a fall of 53 degrees in little flock there, then sailed en. Reaching or
to bunting
.more than twelve hours. This cold wave Sebastian at noon they. visited the various Dealers laMonuments J. W. ZELLERS, Master. Toprists
of and interest at Sebastianand fishing. Good Road from here 10
points be
This 28-ton Yacht charteredfor
surprised everyone, and made some of can .
then turned homeward. Throughthe all and down the river the Gulf Coast
up on
the imagine they still in
strangers were columns of the STAR the party extend Headstone,
c the coast, or to the Bahamas. ell i*
I have Lots and Houses to
;the North. their thanks to Captain Fred for a
: :: Iron Fencing, Commodious, safe and good accommo-
I pleasant sail. The Madgir is a pretty Edgar Town. Call or Address:
dations. Further address-
i CDZ particulars
Rev. Dr. Hawthorne, of Atlanta Ga. .
sloop-yacht, and her owner should feel Lawn Furniture
.a most eloquent divine of almost national proud: of her. Marble, TITUSVILLE, FLA. A. LAGOW, Proprietor.

reputation, is at the Hotel Indian River REBEL. A =L.= :
and on last Sunday morning preached Notice. :O::2 Oa. FOR SALE
Onyx.Building ,
one of his finest sermons to a large congregation LAND OFFICE, GAINESV ILLE, FLA., .. 'gO
in the Presbyterian church at Feb. 17th, 1890. }J Stone, HODGSON BROS.
.!: Wire Fencing,
The Grove ,
Hockledge. Notice is hereby given that the fol == Bagger
lowing-named settler has filed notice of Slate Mantel, ,
1... C. Battenfield and"Daddy"Martin, his intention te make final proof in sup- Iron Mantels.

of City Point, sailed down one day last port of his claim, and that said proof Orates. Merritt's Island, Indian River, Merchants

week,with a north wind. They thought will be made before Judge of Circuit Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South. General ,
there would be too much hard "work" Court, or in his absence Clerk of said
Court, at Titusville, Fla., on April 16th, Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostly
;beating ba' so after waiting all day for viz William Crook in besides
1890, : Haulover bearing, Limes Guavas' and
A change of wind decided to hire a sailor Fla., Hd. 11652, for the west 1 of north Bananas, and about S Acres of uncleared Ban Gallie Honda.

I' take them back.Goodyear's west |, section 19, township 20 south, Land.
range 36 east. Beautiful situation, overlooking the In-
new steam launch was He names the following witnesse4 to dian and Banana River. INDIAN Rim

?m feted and launched on Saturday. prove continuous. residence upon, For terms and other particulars ad-
he was built by Mr. Joyner, of Cocoa, and cultivation of,said land,viz: Henry And all kind ot Tiling Heartha, Wire Mats and dress-
Watton and William Watton of Clifton, in fact anything made of Wire Iron or any kind of
.y,*:: ]||thirty-five feet long with a large, Fla,; GustarusNolle. Titusville, Fla.,; Stone.Send for Catalogue at the urn time stating the Dr. Wittfeld, Georgiana, Fla.; Steam or Sail Boats for Ctuttr, tj (M

.t. room cabin nicely fitted up. This i* Charles H..Nauman, Clifton Fla. style of good you are io need of.M we have different .
Catalogues in the different branches of our Or, F. H GOULD, 15 Eoseville ave.,
one of the prettiest boats ever seen on ALEX.; LYNCH. bu1Deu. U : olli.L
Iwi .
Day or
the waters of Indian.river. 45 Begistcr. J 25 Laura Street, Jacksonville Fla. Newark, N. J. .

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