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 20, 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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University of Florida
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Augustine brought up 120 -Capt. R. C. May of
_Ship your plumes to G. Nolle. passengers Monday.J. our town a short visit, yesterday.Rockledge, paid The Steamboat Delays. The Trial of Silvertooth. x

J. S. Watson & Co. want a lot of S. Watson & Co. have got them -Strawberries will be kept regularly Editor Florida Star: TIT :SVrLLE,FLA.,March 16,1890." ,

Cropped oranges. vegetable crates of all kinds. in stock by Mr. G. F. Duren, at Coleman Whose fault is it that the steamboats Editor Florida Star:

Mr. Lewis Pone, of Rockledge, was in -Mrs. S. 31. Lorimier, of Jackson market, during the strawberry season. are so frequently behind time, causing so It was my privilege on last Thursday

town yesterday afternoon.Mr. rills, has been spending a few in much annoyance to the traveler, hotels the 13th to listen
days -Hosford, tile barber, has changed hi to the arguments in
keepers and the
town. people in i general? Is it i
D. B. Duffield and wife, of Detroit stand from the Indian River Hotel to the altogether that of the Steamboat the case of the State of Florida, Brevard

,Mich.} were in town Friday.I -Miss Schuyler, a sister-in-law of Mr. stand near the post-office, on Washingtonavenue. ? We think Company County, against James Silvertooth,
not. Let us ask .
will pay the highest cash price for G. ,Y. Morton, of Heath, arrived from if it is ourselves charged with the murder of John Hil- .
; egret and heron plumes. G. Nolle. the north Monday. -Mr. J. B. Terry and family, of South- and crews of necessary the boats be subjected the officers to burn, before our able and impartial justices

Remnants of Wilton carpet 95c. and -Money .llonty Money to old, X. Y., who have been stopping at the vexatious delays and difficulties o f. B. R. Wilson and A... rally.
State in this
I Brassek 45c per yard at Bazaar, for rugs. Joan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & Melbourne for a few weeks, returned backing up" at every private landing, ( unfortunate case
Graham, Titusville, Fla. north this week.J. the considering the testimony) was very ably
Messrs. Laird and Headman, steamboat entire length of the river, for a package represented

j inspectors for this district, returned -Mrs. Henry Titus who has been on S. Watson & Co. want all the or passenger, wherever a flag is waved and rising County by our Solicitor distinguished young

] to Jacksonville yesterday.Dr. a fortnight's visit to Jacksonville, returned i vegetables you can ship them. They ,\ e think not. and trust the day will soon who presented his side,James Saunders s
of the
to Titusyille Friday. can get you as good prices here come when the Company will assert" its i case,
Dodson is doing work in his line as you I doing his duty to the full letter of the
-Mrs. M. E. Titus' "veiled can get by shipping north. independence and receive and deliver !
[of I quality and at prices that cannot be : nun" was law" as the prosecutor, and not the

I c1i, unted. Call and see. in bloom this week, and was much ad -County Superintendent Sams was in i passengers and merchandise at one public with credit to his County persectitor and-

The yacht Willful,of Providence, R. mired by many who had a glimpse of it. town Monday, and states that the cold of wharf only in each settlement. Then State. ."

I k returned from her cruise down the -Dr. H. H. Cary, the Georgia Fish Sunday night did more damage at Court and may we cease to growl] about'high rates" Mr. Silvertooth was fortunate in secure '.{

liter Tuesday. The captain and crew Commissioner, returned from his trip to ney than that of two weeks ago. delays. Then may we open up our l ng the services of the talented, well- ; s

j report a pleasant trip. Lake Worth Thursday, and left for homenext -Mrs. Deisner has painted her residence ourselves public roads, lay tramways and show known firm of our city, Messrs. Jones &
progressive civilized
B. F. day. on Washington avenue, near the Atkinson. Too much credit be
-Mr. Camp, of Campville, returned ties, and until cannot
we are willing to do
[ yesterday from a visit to his farm -Dr. R. C. Hutchinson who has beenon Indian River Hotel, and the appearanceof part, let us cease abusing the Steamboat our given these talented attorneys for the' .
a trip to Kissimmee Bartow the building is much improved. masterly manner in which
on Banana creek. He states the recent St. Company, while the fault is at our own they presented -
Augustine and other places returned -M. B. Bunnell their cae. We have witnessed
[cold did him no damage. to brick-layer and doors. Look at the once beautiful Rack
town Monday. plasterer, is prepared to take i many similar trials in other States, and
-Before Justice Wilson, yesterday, contracts ledge, now marred by those hideous pri
can with
I Mrs Holt, charged with larceny, was i -Entire stock of men's cassimere anywhere on Indian Ri er. Addres vate wharves. And must it still go on never say heard the utmost candor that we
[bound over to appear at Circuit Court pants, coats and vests, together with un all communications to Titusville, Flori till the beauty of the river bank is ruined? is efforts excelled. Theirs

[for 1200, in default of which she was derwear, blankets, etc., etc., at cost. E. da. 29 And must the delays and annoyances Mr.truly Jones a happy combination of talents.

|placed in jail. P. Branch, Melbourne -Lake Worth land, improved or unimproved continue,through the opposition of a very tooth in an opened the of case for Mr. ilver-,
argument over two hours'e
-J. S. Watson & Co. have just received -The Robinson Crusoe has been en extending from lake to ocean few to open up the right-of-trayY W duration 1 ,and kept the court and "'_

two cars of different kinds of fertil-: gaged by a party of gentlemen for a trip located in the centre of the settlementI, hope not. X. spell-bound by his magnificent audience .

down Indian River, for about two weeks. for sale. For particulars address David display
im and
you certainly will do well to forensic ability and
[trite them for prices before buying else- She started down the river Tuesday. Brown, Palm Beach, Fla. Stranding of the Dasba"a--. His citation of authorities was exhaust-of law.

I There. -Captain John Carey, of Eau Gallie, -Mr. L. B. Bigelow, of Astor, Florida, The 16-ton yacht, Dashaway, owned Jess, covering every point of the case,

-Bev. G W. Hall, State Missionary with his steam launch Xyanza, has been has been in town for the past week or by Captain' Hutchinson, of Sew York, and his periorations were truly.grand. It

of; die Baptist Convention, and others, in town for a few days. Engineer Rogersand two. During the past year Mr. Bigelow who is reported to be a very wealthyman seemed as if for the moment that he

rill conduct a meeting at the CourtHouse Mr. Messenger were also on board. has traveled extensively through the drifted ashore about four milesnorth spoke by inspiration, and Brevard county '

[ Friday evening, the 21st, at 7 The steam launch Sassacus, that has West, and comes back well satisfied that of Cape Canaveral last Tuesday and the State may be proud of him, and

[ been moored near the railway wharf for Florida is the par excellence of all that the 11th inst. On board at the we predict for him a brilliant future.

o'clock.Mr. some time he saw. time there were only three persons, the I The combinations
Julius Tyler and wife, of New past owing to the illness of mind being so mixed

EHtren,arrived here yesterday and startedfer Captain Bradley, left here about noonTuesday -The firm of G.T.. Shallcross & Co, Captain and his wife, and a sailor. in him, who can say but that he may'eJope

[ Fort Pierce for a short stay. 31iller on her way to Eau Gallie. of Xew York, well-known to many of our The Captain says he lost both his anchors I into a future Choate or O'Con-

is treasurer of the Florida Canning -Mrs. lt. F. :Maddox and her so Indian River orange and vegetable; grow while riding out a storm at Mosquito n lor?

spiny.Mr. Robert, of Atlanta, Ga., registered at ne era, has been merged into that of Furman I inlet, and a dead calm catchinglim The case was then continued by Mr. .;

G. W. Indian River Hotel Thursday, and left I& Page, of the same city, a firm of longstanding near the above place: his boat drifted Atkinson for) the defence in a manner '
Coffey of Orlando
are I ashore. Mr.
George Quarterman ,
'tedhere for Rockledge next day. )Irs. Maddox'shusband j and large experience in the worthy of our highest praise. Hi was a., '
; Monday evening and remainedyesterdajrJnoon. wrought him this
is a prominent banker in At commission business. Mr. Sballcross arrived to place Tuesday, and searching, analytical and deep logical lv) -
hope Mr.ratlama.. J on Indian River last Saturday and yesterday afternoon he started for Lake argument, covering the grounds thoroughly = ** ,
f may decide to become a permane'dent Worth, apparently not caring for his in
visited his friends feature of
at Cocoa every the
-Tbe Courtney, case, and 't
yacht Ellie is
of out of
our town. now commission
yacht which is said
to cost about his effort
Tropic and was
other of
places this week worthy a Legare
she r ors
having been
of her
-Messrs. J. stripped e425,000.. Mr.
Rogers & Co., have 1 Quarterman informs u Black.
turning to other parts of the State ,.
Jartrecdred an invoice'of men's cloth has sails by her owner, Captain Fischer, who 1 terday. yes- that the boat is not injured in the least Then came the cI08in (,u fll tJA._ .1.\....
been engaged to take the ---n-a -- v ,
prom Ed. L. Huntley &, Co., of Chi steamer and is high up on the beach with her by the State through her able f
and will Chattahoocbee from her present moor- -The preliminary: trial of James Sil- stern imbedded representative -
be.pleased to show these in the sand. The spars the County Solicitor Mr.
ings to New Orleans. vertooth for the of John Saunders; .,..'.
killing .
suits to customers. Hilburnwas were cut away and her rigging disman- who was fully equal to the occasion, and .

-Prices down -Mr. L. M. Traver, of Trenton, X. J., held before Justices Wilson and tled before the Captain left her. who did so with ability, with credit {o T",:
to bed-rock at Dr. Dod Brady last Thursday, and after himself, his county and State. The .
oa'i dental who has been at Lake Worth for nearly hearingall It is probable that Mr. Quarterman, case a
depot. Absolute perfection the was submitted to the court who '
evidence the re-
; three months, returned hereon justices reserved with the assistance of three or four served .
eel at in all the work he does. Call Sunday'ssteamer. their decision men, their opinions, however, giving
ad get figures if He left on the noon train, until the following day, will get the boat off and bring her around the same the following day in a verdict .
you want anything in for when they decided for the defendant bya inside via Indian River of justifiable homicide. JUSTICE. r '
line of his profession.Dr. Monday, a short vipt to other partsof verdict inlet. and claim
justifiable homicide
Florida, before returning home. salvage.
Judson and'wife,alo1is mother Silvertooth was released from the custody The fire which burnt out DeSoto From the Land of Flo'"e.'i

two lady friends, from Oawego, N. -Mr. Geo. Ensey has removed all his of the law. Messrs. Jones & Atkinson, last week was started by this party.grove It Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29, 1889. .

., went down the river -yesterday toe household goods to Tropic, and Mrs. attorneys for the defendant, James T. first raged toward the northwest, then a M r. A. B. GIRARDEAU, Savannah, Ga.: ,

i Worth. They will return here in Ensey is staying with her mother for a Sanders representing the State. change of wind carried it back to the DEAR :SIR::; :-I have fully tested the :
'week and few days,owing to the illness of her little Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic '
remain some time. -The steam southward several miles, and Mr. yon '
dredge Chester arrived Quay
son, who is now much better. Mrs. En terman said that sent me and have to report 15 cases of
*-" The ladies of the Presbyterian church I sey expects to leave for her home at here last night on her way to Jupiter, to the east side ol Banana some of River the places were: on Chills and Remitting Fever that it has "
give a social dredge out the channel two miles this yet I cured. Not one failure. With <
at their church: Thun. Tropic next week. in danger from the fire when he left some
side of experience as to the demands of Georgiaand
-I 'JlDg,me z/tn lee Jupiter. The Denny towed her there Tuesday.
lrlsLau L. cream
-Mrs. Ulinworth and sons, from Brad Florida, and especially in the southeastern
d -
cake to Sand Why owner should abandon
nearly Point, then started sucha
oysters, 8andwicbei and coffee on
I be ford, England, who have been on a threeks' ee down the fine boat as the Dashaway is not under part of this State, I know of DOremedial ".
river. Mr.
served. E. L. Field and wife
Everyone invited. agent so of
w trip to various places down the stood by any who have heard ihe cir worthy general use
arrived here last night from Daytona : as yours. Whoever originated it is a
-1. A. Durst of river, returned here in the cumstances connected with the case.
Crescent City, theleer sloop Magic public benefactor. Yours .
Mon r. Field will see that the Chester is .. truly,
'ell- inker of the State of Flor- Friday last, and are stopping at theIndian towed S. F. GOVE_ ,
at once to her destination.
11 now operating.t Lake Worth, Fla., River Hotel. Mrs. Illinwortports h Thedredge To the .Shippers or Indians Missionary Florida Baptist Country on
here aU has been built nearly anew, and i filter Oranges. Indian river and its vicinity. "
communications re having most
may be ad- pent a enjoyable in ,
now excellent
working order. Her
&n bucket is larger than the old one, at the have to contend with to get your oranges nOOn Doom Boom II !

I Heasra. Gardner & Son will open about the places of Mrs. R. R. McCormick, same time much lighter, and Mr. Field is into our market in good order, by reasonof A. big cut in prices of photographs. j
LlH 25th Palm Beach ; and Mrs. J. O. Walton the same being roughly handled and In order to make
things '
in I
the new bank building, sure she will do well, and is} anxious tt' lively have
'r new Eau Gallie. The boys are collecting her I long delayed on the road!, I have determined put the prices of cabinets down to $3.50 ,
stock of see at work.
dry goods- notions!, "
Wig quite a number of the "trophies of thhase" e I. to prevent your suffering from per dozen, or $?50 per half-dozen there .
,, shoes hats etc. The goods are further losses on these accounts by placing first-class
-The by pictures within the
bteamer Chattahoochee .
c to take home with them.A at Jupiter .
Grst-cl8-bouJtht direct from manu- Fir>t-Engaging Mr. J. Watson, o f reach of all. Come at once as we shall
i at lowest cash prices. fine hunting apd fishing location, passed inspection a few days ago, and Titusville, to handle carefully, and seethe remain but a short time.

two miles west of Lake Worth postoffice, started Tuesday to make the trip throughJupiter shipments you make me, go forward IA. GOLD, the Artist. .

[-.Mr. A.J. Bentley and family of Con on Lake Sunset, can be had at a reason :Narrows so as to pass througl at once.SecondBy. NOTICE. i.
Ut, have Indian River providing some of the C
been inlet and .
> spending a few days proceed on her
able price by the right F. T. Co.'s LAND OFFICE '
party.8 a refrigerator cars (these are GAINESVILLE, Fuu>
'past week at this place, the guests of headquarters for a sportsman's club i it way to the Mississippi river. If she i s the ones that brought the fruit from Feb. 6 1890. f

r.&tId bite T.T.Wetmore. Mr. Bent- cannot be beat in the State. It consists of too large to pass through the narrowchannel California in such good condition: this Notice is hereby given that)the follow-

P fa 8 brother of Mr. G. 'V. Bentley, some fifty acres of yellow soil, pine tim the bar at Jupiter inlet will b e past season) at Titusville, w that the ing-named settler has filed notice of his ,

f5erty General Manager of the J., T. cut through to let her out. It is estimated fruit can come through to Xew York intention to make final proof in support
bered and
suitable for fruit and
Ie W. vegetable without being rehandled. of his claim, and that said proof will be
that the
By. System. raising and is partly cultivated cutting will cot at leas t Third-By having a soup tent railway made before the Judge of Circuit Court !

b( pUiQ Zellere arrived here Tuesday For particulars address John F. High 300. Xotwithstanding that this steamboat man at Titus\ille and one in Jacksonville or in his absence Clerk of said court, at

ltJa his latest catch, a manatee of imf0 i smith, Lake Worth, Fla. has laid at Jupiter for two yeanI :, whose only business will be to Titusville, Fla., on April 8, 1890; viz:
which time push these cars when loaded. I wit 1 Oscar F. Davn, Titusville" Fla.
[ size which during she was only used D. S.
he as a
has at the railroad The Lund House had f land all fruit in New York in five 233-5 for
htrt a narrow escape day the X. E. J of N. W. } Sec. 5>>
n the Bcfiooner Manatee. Capt. floating hotel her machinery and hull i is from the time it leaves T. 22 S. It. 35
I of being, burned down Sunday insuring perfect I: E. He name the following -
|eta also caught the manatee which is :morning. About 11:30 Mr. McDonald in very good order, the only part net-diug fruit in perfect condition, and the highest witnesses to prove his continuous'

at the Sab-Tropical Exposition, and ; to be replaced was the rudder-pa.t. The I price on arrival, a thing impossible residence upon and cultivation of, said
noticed flames
from the roof and
before this.
*) land, viz
[ tame that floating hotel, Rockledge, will take the I :
it will
up and j
from come eat ]he gave an immediate alarm. Plenty of of the All that is necessary to do is to consign Robert Morrow James R. Watson and
the hand of ita keeper. place Chattahoochee at Jupiter, t the fruit to E. L. Goodsell Milton Grover
aid was promptly on the spot, and the New of Titusville and Frederick -
-1'h6cold> wave of Sunday night did :fire was extinguished before any serious the steamers Cleo and White towing her I York, care J. WaUon, Titusville, and A. Chappel; of LaGrange, Fla.
do toy from Indian River inlet to Jupiter Mon-j', 'it will receive the care and attentionnever ALEX. LYNCH, Register.
additional damage to this t done. The ,
eecuh damage was conflagration
} before
day and Tuesday of this week. j given to it. My ,veil-
the exception of killing some was caused by parks from the chimney !' j known reputation for getting the high eat NOTICE t

the>> ge blooms on the lower hmS ..|,J falling on the roof and igniting it; and I, The Fast and Sew Vera''I' prices for fancy California Trait about IM hereby given that nix months.after .
and the thermometer 1 there north wind blowing Yacht ; convince you I can do HA well for you the first publication of Urn ice
!i regis"e j as ,, was a strong ,will I leave Ormond 31unda.\@.Wedomlayn i with the Indian'River dot I will
same. on the 3d lost, dz. 32 '!' I; it was most fortunate the fire wash',and Fridays at i a. m. for Titusville. I j The first carloads were oranges.on Tuesday; the present my final accounts and apply to t

Dr. Wiley made ,discovered in its and Returning I] I leave Tituville II March 4th the County Judge of Dade County for '
a shipment pf j SQ early. career e Tuesdays, ;. ; second on March 6th; my final discharge a* administrator of
from big farm yoetertlay. South of, I tinguiahed so promptly or we may,have I 1 1:Thur dOCk.IaY5 and Saturday* at 7.. m. fn m t the third on March 10th.7rul1Yours. the estate of August Kara, late of Dado ;
point foot of Main
none of the Mourn on oran ge i I had such a fire that has never been I[city ctreeu Ptu
ishnrt. .known I in the annals of 1itUT IJe. >043.3t.. CAPT. WM., KITCHELL.< ', 103 Park place,E..New,I*.York HEINRICJI Admfnbtratorv HARS,

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and her gloves, planed up her torn

tattered an**. Ned walked out of court through the world
Not if co a dys- GKOBQX M.
TAULBEE DEAD. ThOM In Sooth o.roHoa la Regard to you BOBBIXS. W.Lxa i< 0 ,
with a HI ill Velation in her eye.A Dueling. peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tabletsare President Brevard. Bmarft,
Abstract Co.BOBBINS
Drunferti I>oet rc I.'" In I>*ncr. CHARLESTON. S. (X, March 1L-The a positive cure for the worst forms of s

!':oo-.t.:,..J'. :;vb., March :8.-Dr. C. grand jury in Edgefieid county has madea Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency and & GRAHAM,
D Blair is under arrest charged with which Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by
presentment causes some excitement -
The Bullet of Corrcspon-lent' Kin- manslaughter for horribly mutilating a I The jury arraigns the supreme Dixon & Gray, druggists.We ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW

raid PX-OTCS FatKl. woman =arced Mrs. Tucker whom he court for delaya and innovations; P. O. Bos 260, TITUsVILLE, Bmard Co.,
k"- was railed<< to attend during confinement.He It dismisses the Morris-Gardner duel Can and Do Will practice in all the ounces of tkt 1ft
i Circuit and \u the Supreme Court
acaced the time and useda
into at
wa s Ppecw J
which was attempted last February by Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir ties for Examining and .
,, '*.et knife. He cut oil one Perfecting Laad -.-....
The Ex-Congressman Dying coimut'i. >
i attacking very severely the dueling larwr. for it has been fully demonstrated to the Correspondence solicited from Claimants anJ
and the
of tlciu.t'p cut woman
wins to Spanish Orauts. to
Early Thursday Morning. so badly that he died on the third day They say the statutes are so defective people of this country that it is superiorto Money Loan.
that nothing short of a duel actually all other for blood dis
There several preparations L. OAULDEN
oft r the operation. was D. ,
fought is ever likely to be brought to the
HU Death Orourn Without Any fitnto- gashes lnjr highs, oueof which cut thecorJs test of trialRegarding eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic
of her limbs. The: people are intensely a poisoning Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim-
h meat from Aim In Regard U> the ho ttlaff the escape f.*om prison of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
excited and the doctor id undera ples. It purifies the whole system and ,
:: two white murderers under sentence of
Which Titusville
One or
-Out Two 'VltDe.'e- Florida.
strong guard to. prevent lynching. death, the jury finds thai the sheriff and thoroughly builds up the constitution.
Qannot lie Found-Ktio td Ar..t.tlUI. -- - his assistants were culpably negligentof For sale by Dixon & Gray, druggists. A. M. THRASHER,

Lawyer Will Argue Sctf-D feti_e.WASHIXOTOX MAO FROM A STRANGE CAUSE. their duty, and are undoubtedly re-

March 15.-William UydroJbobla Communicated by Contact sponsible for the escape of the prisoners. Can't Sleep NightsIs ATTORNEY-A -LAW.

Preston Taulbeo, a representative in With a Dnc Br.Uo. In view of this presentment the sheriff, the complaint of thousands suffering P. O. Box 20. 8AXTORD

congress fro.p'the Tenth Kentucky district -I NEwK.. March 1i>.Strange accounts I' arrested.two jailers and two others have been from Asthma,Consumption,Coughs,etc. Circuit Will practice and In all Court.the rrnLbes ol 'M.Ie.' lit..'
in the Forty-ninth and iftietli congresses of tare frightful ru of that Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English

who eras shot in an altercationwith I I dread mala.ty, hyl1ro..!hor,ia, come to HEAVY SNOW, W COLORADO, Remedy? It is the best preparation ALLEN E. HEYSER,
Charles E. Kincaid, the Washington i' --- known all Troubles. Sold
i light at irreguLir iutcrvabut! the most Which Bids Fair to ne tUe Word of the for Lung on
correspondent of The Louisville peculiarly horrible of them all has just I' Season. a positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by
Times in the house wing of the capitol Dixon & Attorney-at-Law anlfCemyw.>1
occurred in the Pasteur institute of I ST. Louis, March 14.-Advices from Gray, druggists.A
on the afternoon of F .b. 28, died Tuesday -I this No. l-nt West T.nth
at I..akeYorth
'" city Dade
Denver, Tuesday morning, said: A very County, FIo
morning at 5 o'clock at Providence street which is in charge of Dr. Duty to Yourself.It Will furnish
I heavy snow was falling in this city last Abstracts of Title to i

hoe His ita death!. has been expected for sev- I Paul Gibier, a former student of the night, and it bids fair to be UM worst of is surprising that people will use a County landl'l.JOXES .
famous French phy ic/an. The victim the Advices from the mountainsare
eral days, but while there was still a I 'I season. common, ordinary pill when they can &
'--. chance for his I is one of Dr. Gibior's assisting phyicians.The to the effect that the storm is gen- secure a valuable English one for the ATKINSON

,.J life the physi-I extraordinary feature of the case is eral. The Rio Grande has been workingall same money. Dr. Acker's English Pills I:
e that the adiicted man available men on Cumbers mountain AttornejatLaw
ciaus although possessesall positive for sick headache and ,
are a cure
'J advisable not to I the repulsive symptoms of the rabies I of line r the to San last Juan three, weeks and would in clearing have had the all liver troubles. They are small sweet Titusville Florid

permit him to he has been bitten by a mad dogor
never the road open in a day or two, but this easily taken, and do not gripe. For sale
.- make an tat ante- any kind of a rapid animal. I storm will undo all their work. Eighteen by Dixon & Gray druggists.A J T. SANDERS,
',". mortem 8 emt."nt -
Dr. Gibier at the Tenth
was seen
of the cir- inches is Aspen's record for the past
k ?et street laboratory Tuesday in regard to twenty-four hours, and four feet has Child Killed. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
cumstances sur- the case, but he said rtiat he was prohib- fallen in South Dakota. Will in all
practice the'Courts
rounding the Another child killed by the use of of the Se qt11
ited from discussing the matter out of --- dicial Circuit of Florida.P. .
= shooting. He died the professional courtesy due the injured Newspaper Man Strikes A Sensation. opiates given in the form of Soothing: O. Box. 235. TITUSYim:

i 4c therefore, with- man. He ackuowleged, however, BIRMINGHAM Ala., March 11.-A Syrup. Why mothers give their chil- Money'to Loan. ; IIDR.

out making any that his assistant had become the victim newspaper man in this city Friday received dren such deadly poison is surprising

statement, and I of the rabies and that he was somewhat in hie mail an anonymous letter when they can relieve the child of its L. T. DANIEL
p. TAUIJJK. Kincaid case will againstw. apprehensive of the turn a'lairs! might containing the ear of a negro woman peculiar troubles by using: Dr. Acker's

entirely on the of himself and rest take owing to the strange causes which cut off close to the h ad. The letter said: Baby Soother. It contains no opium or DENTIST
testimony ,
led to the trouble.It "Make mention of this in
two.eye-witnesses of the tragedy.One up some your paper morphine. Sold by Dixon& Gray, drug
of these Samuel was learned that eight days ago and it may enable the late owner of gists. COCOA, 1 1iyr TLCIID
eye-witnesses was Dr. Gibier and his assistant whose name the ear to recover her property. If the
Donaldson of Tennessee door-
formerly could not be learned article is not called for. for-
keeper of the house of were making some YOU might D. L. DODSON,
representatives, delicate experiments with the braIn of a ward it to Senator Chandler at Wash .
who has refused to make
publication. Donaldson any statementfor with dog, which had been killed while suITer- ington." There is no dew to the writerof FOR SALE
was intr from the rabies. the letter, or where or how the hide- ,
Taulbee at the time the
shooting oc in handling the b>'aiu matter some of ous indosure was obtained. TITUSVILLE, FLOURI
curred. The other witness'
was a boy TIlE ELEGANT
the poisonous virus adhered to the fore- Aching teeth filled and land withoutthe
who cannot be found. .
Mrs. Hamilton Wnt a ParIou.TRE
finger and thumb of the younger man. nerves. Teeth with abctMes treated
: Thoughtlessly be robbed his eyes while TOi, N. J., March 13.-Eva Ham RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF full). Roots crowned .ub-ta',tiaDy, Dates

the maddening; stuff was still on his fin ilton,the wife of Robert Ray Hamilton, pure Para gum. Broken Plates DId 41..
The third day after this or last who is serving a term in the state prison fitting. plates corrected. Teeth extracted j
= gers. L. E. BARXES, 1, Office on Washington aTenue.
l. .Thursday, Dr. Gibier noticed that his assistant here for assault upon Nun Donnelly,

acted queerly.As presented a petition to the court of ROCK LEDGE FLA. WALTER s. GRAHAM. D.
l the day proceeded the young man pardons Tuesday, for a pardon. The ,

grew more and more nervous. Every application will be considered at the Containing Seven and One-Third Office Consultation. $ .00.

time a door was opened or shut, or at opening of the court. It is the customof Acres of Land fronting on Indian River. Yiuta in THuaTifle $100.
the slightest noise: he would start in a Governor Abbett to go to the prison Calla between 10
Large Roomy RESIDENCE elegantly p. m. and 6 a. m will b*cl
frightened way. His eyes became extraordinarily and examine himself: all applicants for double rate.
bright, and the perspiration pardon, and he will undoubtedly pay Finished. Also a Three-Room Obstetrical canes, and cars osUuU the
stood out on his forehead in great Mrs. Hamilton a visit within a few COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of tion are positively declined.:
beads. days. the most desirable places in Rock Ledge

During the night instead of growins: hammock.For J.F.. LEWIS

beter he" became worse. He did not NEWS IN BRIEF. price, terms, etc., apply to

sleep, but tossed restlessly and excitedlyon CM Engineer M Snnsiir
Albert A. Cocoa Fla.
y the bed, and part of the night walkedthe Condensation of Interesting Items on Taylor, ,

floor. In the morning the sick physical : Various SaUieots. Titnsville,_Fla.
was in a semi-conscious state, and Reuben
Eisenhart ofremaa at the Cam
Dr. Gibier spoke to him he answered eronmhie, at Shamoian, Pa., which has T> B. BURCHFIELD,
Drugs Drugs Drugs .
-.. with an unintelligible sound that was been on fire several days, was overcome by
half bark and half snarl.
." black do.ap while in the miae and died soon COUNTY SURVEYOOrders
Ji'tl. after.
J.". .':J; ---- ........, r THEY MAY BE ALIVE. The United States gunboat Concord was by mail will receive a prose j

Tat: sn.XTCXQ or TAU(. ER.. The Eight Imprinoiied Situ hi the Wllkes- successfully launched at Chester, Pa., Sat- attention as calls in peran.

The stories of the hootm : differ in barrc Coall'tlUt'A. urday.The. A Fine Assortment of Address: Georgians, Fix
executive mansion at Washington has
one important particular ,vincaid and WiiJKFfrBAEEE, Fa., March 11-It is DRUGS
been filled with a perfect system of fire- RUE P.
Tauhee had had an tncounteronce ELY
said that the workmen who were en- alarm boxes. LA
time to the shoot *
ag in the corridor gaged in laying a pipe from the Stanton The senate committee on elections has decided PATENT )MEDICINES
adjoining the hall of the
on the east. representatives mine to the HiJlmiin mine wore startled in favor of the Republican contestants: Notary Public for the State at t

Sunday evening by 1.ud knocking on the from Montana SYRINGES,
It was Mid just after the encounter Justice of the Peace, 17th Dig
took place that Kincaid had armed him- main water pIpe, which runs all throughthe An organized effort is being made to in-
self after the first encounter with mines. The men stopped work all at duce an exodus of Boutberea colored peopleto CONTRACTOR & BUILDER

Taultee, and seeing him going down once. George McDonald cried out: ",My Pew England.: ARTICLES of over 30 years' experience. Na;

the stairs that lead to the basement, had God what can it mean? Is it possiblethat Another mine cave-in at Plymouth, Pa., Kept constantly hand.Physicians' finish a specialty.
the men are still alive TIt on
house and
after one damaged others.
run him called to him he
as Melbourne,
t- med, shot him in the face. is thought by well posted miners The Standard Oil company has at last secured Prescriptions carefullycompounded
that, if the men are really alive, they of the
Kineaid claims that he armed himself pot&esbion Indianapolis: gas f ranchises. -
in fear of danger must be on the top lift of the, Hillman at all hours.J. NAUM.AN'SNEWSPAPER :

from a further en- & ; vein. They are able to get air there, George Kennan writes that he has just received -

counter with Taul and may have taken a mule along with corroboration of the flogging to deathof B. SCREVEN, Druggist, SDBSCHIPHQH AG

bee, that Taulbee ,. them when they found themselves lime. Seghida in Sibtx ia. According to
had I warned him :wI.. l's hemmed. The mule could have been this latest account the lady had struck the TITUSVILLE, FLA. THE PIOXEER ACE5CT.For > .

to arm himself ;S kept for a day or two and then the men, governor of the prison in the face previous terms and sample copies addCHAS.H.KAOIAK
and that Taulbee '" finding no release at band. might have to the order for her flogging.

insulted and at :t:: slaughtered him. This would be a' relief Felix Kampf was hanged at Charleston, O. aTOEL: ,

tacked him on I to the animal also as he would haveto W. Va., Friday for the murder of his son Titusville P. O., Brevard count/t
their second encounter die in the course of time. If the men and daughter. Hardware and
found 'themselves in the predicament Funeral services the of the
over remains
rendering ,.. VV' R. KNoHOUSE ,
in h:s opinion re* ,, stated the fact can be depended upon late George IL FexkUetbn, ex-minister to

sort to the pistola iW"; I ( that they saved every drop of the mule's Germany were held in Music Hall Cincin- General Produce AND SIGN PALSTTITUSYILLE
resHty. The h blood for di inking purposes. The men nati, Saturday. The interment took place
tbw.ry of"belf-de- / t'/ will be aide to subsist on the mules flesh in Spring Grove cemetery. FLA.

ft ns.: wit l-e s<-t cni w DSCAID. I I for a couple of weeks. If the air continues Gold has been discovered in a gravel bank MERCHANT. ,

up by Kincaid's lawyer. I good they could easily rive that just east of Sioux Falls, & Dak. Any and aU Linda of work ao tw.its t=*"
long. Frank Nisi of Lu Melbourne. Florida Special attention to inside aniahiaf. :
Kl..cui Rev. Father Thomas, of Hoboken his mother-in-law because she refused to let
As soon as the news of Taulbee's death D"'D
conducted the requiem mass celebratedin I him bee his child. HAVING BOUGHT THE
TT ached j olice head.ttarters. an officer behalf of the entombed miners in the Three distributors in the Chicago post A. FROSCHER; RIVER BAKERYWe
was s-in to Kin aid* room. He was South Wilkes* shaft at 8 o'clock I ,
rre office died of grippe, said to have been con will Hand Even DT
: au-atrivxl and after h" haJ droned was Monday morning in St. Mary's Catholic TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Keep on
tracted lu handling of Radian maiL
taken to the police *.ta'ioa. I church. The services: which were of a Bishop Fink has oansi u..od to have his recent Keeps a Mi supply of metallic and wooden FRESH BREAD CAKES P

1'1: : '::e'.1 t.. t; f t. .. Ki irt'd. j most solemn and impressive; nature were letter prohibiting Catholics! from join- ,

I/vji-.LE, Kv.. ''arch 1-.o\aro:1; attended by about :.o(O_people._ ing the Fanner Alliance modified so that Coffins Cases and Caskets. Era ALSO

K+'ha. the itotod criminal lawyer, of.I JOHN DILLON'S TRIP. Catholics may now join the order.It ,

:: this city, and Jutfce Hargis, the well has cost the Cincinnati Southern rail- Funerals attended if desired. All orders Bottlers of Sodawater Gmt
known urist of Kentucky, have been I lie Sars It Hat U. en Succe* fal Beyond road $.350 in tile Georgetown Ky., court to promptly executed and at reasonable rates. ,

eagatred: bv KIn<"t id's Kentucky friendsto Egw'ct.itions.DE tell T. J. Barkfey he gas on the right train Embalming done. Drinb-

defend him in his trial. .''vi n, Col., March 15.-John Dillon, and then find that the train was a special Ale, and other

member of parliament, the Irish agitator and fire him off.
TEXAS AMAZON I A meeting of citizens of San Francisco was XOTICE. ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PRO
arrived in Denver, Tuesday, from
I held in the rooms of the chamber of commert"e ATTENTION.
C!.-Hii4 Out a Court a.)() t and Depart* I Australia When asked as to the success to d,?viw means for aiding unimployedworkiug In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial

Witttout Iiiter'Vrf. of his trip, he aid: "It has been .ne!i. It was rve>olved to put them Circuit of the State of Florida, Dadt S. A. BELCHER & COIIPLPROPRIETORS

G.vxesviLi.K, Tex., March 12. An beyond our expectations, you will see I at work on Golden Gate park. County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery..
infuriated woman, a perfect Samson in this when I tell you that lOW; has The squaaron of evolution has been ex- Albert M. Field S ,

strength turning the scale a: 17,> pounds i ben fculrcrioed during our trip. Everywhere I, perimeutiug with the torpedo apparatus invented vs. \ Divorce TITUSVILLE FLA.

cleared Mayor Kirlcpatrick'a office Friday -i we went we were enthusiastically I by Capt. Howell, commander of UMAtlanta Leahretta C. Field J

in most approved otyle. She was J I receh ed. ? ome opposition to us thereI i of that squadron. The results show Upon the bill in said suit being filed and
I was in Australia, but it was confined to it to be to due made the affidavit NOTICE.
on trial for tolerating a nuisance on her '! the sections. In New 'ealand : superior anything heretofore ex proof as appears by -
Orange /
premise, and in course of the trial tooccca.s.on there were many Scotchmen and Englishmen : isting.Cigar dealers have been of complainant to the same, showing LA2ID OFFICE, OAlSUTILLE.1t."f1
giving away that the said defendant resides out of said '

4 oh til? 111.\to pour'r. He forth ordere a volley her of arrest abu among- our best friend-demonstration In lately instead of picture and other uselessthings State, it is hereby ordered that a hearing Notice is hereby given tha l tfce f<:1
counter -
Wellington there was a !
and the officer .who undt'rtook I patent safety matches in little be had on the facts charged in said bill on ingr-named settler fcu filed notice
to it
execute organized was a complete -
j book one of the leave of which is prepared the first Monday in A. D. 1890 and proollD ski
April final
. the onl.r a: once found hi had fiasco. We have no fault what- t intention to
t with the composition upon which the that said Leahretta C. Field do said proof-
struck With S of bU claim and that
a fur.-
of home
uraj-o a to find and return en-
ever ,
match be hprstpeMon. C
:, wildcat she clawed;; him an I p-',unwed couraged." I may ignited. t fore said court on or before said made before the Judge of(1rcu lt
t 1 Senator Stanford has introduced a resolution dav in of said tTitusville. '"-
1890 and Clerk
hint until he was a horrible looking April, plead or answer to or in his absence
spectacle. lottery Ilrll*i J'IIt !'! Kentucky I in the senate favoring loans of public I said bill and defend against the same and, Fla.. on April 8Uu:-

'- The city attorney atfcuuptotl to inter r'is.F...', Kv., > ,; fere bat firs persuade->> that it Ha none rankfort lottery is making a great c Tort I 1 or 2 per cent interest as a means ol and receive what said court shall consideiin 12337 for theS.E. }N. E.t ti"EotSf

of his btsieess when he recxrired ...dick prevent the state legislature from putting I relieving industries.the embarrassment: of the agricultural said cause. ,Sec 15, T. 2l S..It.31 E. lie isms

>u rigiilhamiler on the jugu'ar that;, an end to its operations. It is charged Done at Chambers at Tavares this 9tb ( to prort his
sent him t pinning. that its agents have been attempting to I A large assignment of cotton seed has been day of December A. D.I889. non residence upon and cnltlntloe j

Th- m.4Vt bv a few bribe legislators lion. Evan betele, of received in Oklahoma, which w21 be distributed JOUN D.BRooXJ, said land viz:

"J e-'wrnnter MoOD the fa'e. andthe 'Jwenton. says that he was ottered $100 mad among will the settlers immediately, Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida in I Michael Enjrlfcb. Mom B- ]lI

co-utjat ended only when tie I:1."tTorI"nf'd as a retainer ostensible of his services as I planting begin at coca. Then and for the Seventh Judicial Circuit. of TJtniTi F1a-; Lawrence J.
? to the poUcema-t (o 1 t the ond attorney, but. really In the nature of abnbe. promises to be a large acreage of cotton is ALBERT F. QUDCBT, Thomas J. Cocksb. orLaG n n n

1 gn .lee 'L ked up tier toh*,$ reeling in the legislature is giow-: Oklahoma sd'yl.this JT year, the soil and climate 33 Clerk, Juno, Fla. 43 ALXZ. LTXCtt, q.A -
tr3 w adapts j_M'soars}&:Z'iP-.

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[ UP The empress of Russia has jt18t been

presented witha Orcassian national costume -
by the wealthy Princess Gussa- Schedules in effect JAN. 27, 1890. A. B. CAMPBELL

rows This magnificent dress includes A MAHOMETAN'S LAST REQUEST. STEAMER ST. LUCIE,

f The VarffJ. BiTers fa the Lower a pointed cap of black velvet, shot with Be Leaves Leaves TTTUSVILLE Mondays, Wednesdays Jacksonville, Fla. ..
His SerranU Mney and
?.. Mississippi Talley. gold and edged with a broad border of to Them for Dying. ApeIooctsM and Fridays for Jupiter.

silver embroidery. A will has just been offered for probate STEAMER GEORGIANA, Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos, HainES

tTbe of Waters Will Rise The empress of Germany has sent a that is something out of the ordinary, Leaves Titusville daily at..6 am Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &

Father number of magnificent dolls, with com- says a Calcutta (India) letter. A great Arrives at Melbourne.........._..:.12 noon White Organs and Chicago Cottage
Throe Feet More. plete trousseaux of silks,satins and clothof Mahometan dignitary died recently, and Returning: Organs.I .

y gold, all of the meet expensive and his will, which he left behind him deserves will Sell and Deliver at your nearest, t
elaborate description Leaves Melbourne........._.......12 noon station High GradePIANOS
: JIbI-lppi u.t.eea tk. Arirsausa to the Princess mention. This dignitary, a nativeof
Haily, 6 old and Arrives at Titusville................. 6pm I
.. .Ya*.. Over Tw Fe** Higher Tbaaj years daughterof Oude, made his will according to the Above daily I
, ? Kao" Uel.-wWa. ik Heavy the sultan of Turkey. The cost of Anglo-Indian law, devising his landed except Sunday. -

these toys was upward of $8,OOO. estates to his nearest relatives. No men- STEAMER WHITE
Wh Ida rwaiU TuMday it U
Tam u.. r.IhM 0.. The new king of Portngal is so short tion whatever is made in his will as to Leaves Melbourne daily.
f in stature that when he is photographedwith the way in which his personal property
guP! 'S. March 13.-Advices from his queen, who is exceedingly tall, which is evidently considerable shouldbe SSF Connection is made at Titusvillewith

JIe1ecI: ,, Art. Wedneeday morning, he invariably makes her sit down while disposed of. trains of the J., T. & K. W. System OB

4: he stands up. But one picture has been He leaves each of his servants a small to and from all points North, and at

." ft river rota_ two inches in six hours taken of the royal couple on their feet, legacy, and a large quantity of advice, Jupiter miles) where with daily connection stage is for made Juno (8

fgetday, and fttaod at fortj-tkreet feet and then the king was mounted on a interspersed with a liberal amount of the steamer "Lake Worth" for all landngs with ORGANSFOB

g w facto above low water mark, aDd footstool which was artfully concealed citations from the Koran. He thinks thatit on Lake Worth. -
the would be advisable to sell his furnitureand _
gfcada four fee eight inches below high by queen's train. I W. B. WATSON
jewels but he cannot make his
mark. FMm the water insight The late Empress Augusta, like the up G. D. ACKERLY Gen.
yater Pass. LKS8
mind Agent. MONEY than other house
as to the method of selling them. any IB the
Ii(citoit L a certainty that the river wife of Wendell Phillips was extremely He D. F. JACK, General Manager.A. United States. I Will hip a Piano or Organ to
strongly objects having furniture
fond of hand music and any honest man or woman on trial and if not
organ enly
r21 go at least three feet higher here,, and valuables sold by auction and satisfactory, I will pay freight both ways S3&
E&thIamay be augmented by rains. frequently encouraged organ grinders to he also does not want them to be hawked L. Hatch & Son, cash and 1 10 a month on a Piano, and $10 cash and
$5 a month
before on an till
play the palace, but also had several Organ paid for-not much
rained steodflf here Tuesday.: broken down musicians her about privately. If purchasers will come DEALERS IN more than ordinary rent. On theM very liberal
on pen terms anyone can own a in it ram en t. Send for
Blfbcr has Krer Bcfora. sion list. It is said forward on their own account and pay a FREE CATALOGUE
that she left a bequest containing information
Ha report indicate a stage of water for the erection of a house of refuge for fair price for any of his valuables,he has DRY GOODS NOTIONS Sheet Music Strings,Violins Banjos, Guitar, Aecordeons .
and In fact, Musical
no objection to such sale otherwise his every Instrument
fchreen the Arkansas and Tazoo riven incapacitated itinerant performers tbat Is ciade,and at very low prices. Rend for e m-
household goods, etc., are to remain in plate Catalogues. I ban 20.000
feet than pieces of Cbolca
aDd higher
tvo a anypnioaI. Emperor William of Germany has a his two palaces Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, Music at 10 centsp copy.

water. It begins to look aa' if man servant who comes in for his mas- As to his female servants, he consider- Stationery, Family Medi- A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5

&lips below hew an boned to go. ter's cast off clothes. Recently the valet ably apologized to them for dying. The cines, Garden Seeds, ;
hijrk water below the AzbDDI ventured to that certain coat J.. Meg t .T.T'R:
T!.present suggest a Nawab says in his will that his houses in ,
was attained by a fortythreefoot which was still in active: service belonged Bagdad and Kazimain contain precious CHOICE GROCERIES, EAU GALLIE':

stage d Cairo, and a h rtythreefoot to him by reason of its age. "What is jewels, gold and silver rupees sove- Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. Is prepared to Sink ARTESIAN
this With i':..: market value? asked the emperor. reigns Turkish coins and WELLS
. stage( at place. the rain Napoleons at any place between Geortriana
: "Three dollars," replied the valet "I costly furniture of which there is CITY POIXT, FLORIDA. and St. Lucie 75c.
rf Tiesday, whick was general, a dfe- no ac ; per foot to 300ft 1
overflow almost like the coat, remarked the emperor. count. The property in the outer apartments Will contract to any depth. '
u Eat seems positive. PIONEER II
"Here take three dollars and leavo COOPERAGESyrup
me is in the hands of two male servants

GREAT CANAL SCHEME. the garment one of whom can read and write; Barrels 225. AGENTS WANTEDVan tam;
while the in the inner ; profits
property apartments
to CwMk tlk
II II J'IoopeM4 MlMiMlpptand .
THE GENTLER SEX. Gauged to order. ten cents extra. Sample A rare op
is in the hands of female servants.To .
th. LskerLUmat... portunity. Geo. A. Scott, 842 B'way,N.Y.
these female servants, black and Wheelwrighting and
WiSmKOTOX, Match 13.-The secreta- Mrs. 139 of land Repairing.
Langtry owns acres
'ijcf war baa sent to the house, in cooforoity in Utah. white, he leaves a thousand rupees each, AGENTS WANTED lift iest and finest fab-
with the provisions of the last and requests that they shall be allowedto C. O. B. TO SELL PINLESS lul I rice without pins.

tire and harbor bal, svrreys, estimates Miss Laura Jean Ubbey, the story leave the houses after proper apologieshave Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers CLOTHES-LINES; IIU Clothes do not

and plans for the channel improvement, writer, receives $150 a week from a New ,, been made to them. After a recom- from 2.00 up. freeze to it and

loci ud dams ia the beds of the IfliMii .York paper. mendation to his female servants to leada nomoreclothes-plNS cannot blow oft '

and DesplaineB rivers, from La Salle :Mrs. Margaret Arnold who claims to life of chastity and honor he recom- Tanksand winter line. It is a perfect
to Lockport, 00 as to provide navigable be 113 years old,is believed to be the oldest mends that superfluous articles shouldbe all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. 60c.f also 50ft.Sample line mail sent by mail for
sites way not lees than 160 feet wide j i woman in Ohio.Secretary sold but not by auction. One is not For circulars list by 81.25 prepaid. +,
T. .JOIIXSOX price terms, address the 7
fourteen feet and the ,
survey I| to go round with and sell them, lest they PINLESS
BlaIne's excellent CLOTHES
daughters are LINE CO.
of charnel from to Lake LaGrange
a Lockport I : : Florida. a
IGehigaa at or near Chicago. The report housekeepers and perhaps the most form the subject of joke and purchasersutter 17 Ilermon St., Worcester Mass-
skilled needlewomen in words bad and unbecoming. The
transmitted by the department, prepared Washington.
Nawab's animals are to be sold at a just
under the direction of Cap w. W. I Mme. Ratarzi the
' XviftyH. corps of engineers, Submits estimates Bonaparte grand- price, but as regards these he also has a..
: for two separate routes U follow daughter of Lucien Bonaparte, now terrible fear that they may be hawked
70 of but is still of 0 F FIC E l lAND
: Estimated cost of the Chicago years age a woman about and fools should crack jokes over

route, 13,232,763; via the S : fascinating presence and great charm of them. Finally, he recommends all his
met river route, $4 .0M( ,*1S. (Where are !' manner. servants male and female, to abstain FINE SHOW GASES. STORE FIXTURES

IWoot projects.) The cost via the Chicago I Clara Barton the famous philanthropist from unlawful deeds.-New York World.A 49 Ask for catalogue. THETERRY MTG.CO.

route on an 8-foot project is esti- is a good shot with either rifle or TERRY M'F'G CO., NASHVILLE TENN. NASHVILLE TENN
Qatei. at $26,843,153 and via the Sag or
Ckkmet route at the same depth, $23- shotgun. She has been seen to bring River In Flames.A .

835,108.. down two prairie chickens from the first remarkable scene was witnessed on H'IE.i!' SHOW CASES-

flush of the covey.It the Wear at Sunder land recently. Mooredat
has been stated that Miss Amelia n. the manor: quay near Messrs. J. L. -. = T.sowFBT Pnxcxs.t1 ..-
lUrierer'l'araer Taken From Spartaa- Edwards was the first woman to receive Thompson's shipyard was the steamer -
barf i. Colombia, S. C. received it about of London Wail and Prescription cases,Cedar
.i the title of LL. D. She Wild Flower which, having "" |F"

. CburtBXA, & C., March j 3 Sheriff ,, four years ago. But Maria Mitchell was been ashore at South wold, had just come and Stools. Cabinet Work of all'nnpkte, T irher Furniture Outfits for,Jewelry Stores Trays and

Kckolt, of Spartanburg, arrived in made an LL. D. in 1852, and Mrs. C. W. to the Wear for repairs. She carried oil Bankt. Catalogue free. Address t ** .<* -MOW CASE CO., Atlanta Sa.MALLORY'S .
Ootuabia: Tuesday night with George DalJ in 1871. in bulk and was being pumped dry pre-

timer, the murderer who was so nearly paratory to being docked. A quantity of
I Lydia Bacon: of Sudbury Mass., who
Ijiched Monday. After the mob was has just been cut off In the prime of her oil from the tanks appears to have got NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINES.
opened, it was ascertained that another -
mixed with the water in the bilges, and
103d attributed her longevity to
mob headed Mrs. the year
by Finger,
hard work of exercise plain liv- this was pumped into the river. Sud-
Bother of the murdered man and Miss plenty
lam, his sister whom Turner was ing and reading enough to keepthe mind : denly the river near the Wild Flower be-
charged with having seduced, would at- In pace with the body's vigor. came wrapped in flames. The cause oi York, Philadelphia, Boston & Florida. .
tack th jail later. To prevent a conflict this is supposed to have been a hot rivet

, sad loss of life the sheriff secretly NOVELTIES IN JEWELS. falling from Messrs. Thompson's shipyard Sailing fromFERNANDINA, Fla., Every THURSDAY .

totk Tuner in a buggy to Onion thirty into the oil in the water. In a few } NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3, p. m. ,

turns away where they arrived safely Gold skates studded with precious minutes the river for about two hundred IRON STEA1IEnS"f'
Tuesday Turner k safe in the .
stones make seasonable queen chain yards was one mass of flames which rose .
Colombia jaiL When the cannon was Rio Grande ::
and envel- ,
tamed on the jail Monday Sheriff Nich- charms. to a great height completely '
w placed guards 'armed with rifles in A small brilliant held between the oped several vessels in the vicinity. The Capt. Connor. ..

t the windows, with orders to shoot the claws of an oxidized silver crab forms a flames on the river soon died out throughthe State or Texas ." /
. man-who attempted to load the piece. scarf holder. exhaustion of the oil, but the vessels 4k -" "'"
new :Cap,Wi1liaml.
b were left bumiing and continued to do .
B.... Wkk Wool Io td of H lr.iGaiwpoiuxsvxLLK A lawn tennis racquet with acoompanying _
so for about an hour when the police ex- City of San Antonio
f March 13. There is balls, represented in gold, are tinguished the flames with the aid of the ,
utter! nine curiosity at the livery stable of now made into cuff links.A and fire barrows. Capt. Wilder.
It Queen apparatus
Brothers ia this city. is a 3-
y r-oid home that has a thick, curly plain buckle of diamonds, the crosspiece The vessels damaged were the Wild PaR8pnllf'I'1I from TitnfiTili, Indian River, and East C<>ast pot t., arriving in JarkotiTlI from J..'1'.
! -growth of hair all over the body. The being composed of rubies, forms Flower, the Deronda and the Douglas of ad\"t'r'bp1& K. W It:41huy. mite connt-t tion with morning and afteruoon tniua for Feniaudin aud titeemera. .

j lair b brown, and resembles the wool on the decoration of a very attractive gold Sunderland and the tug Earl of Dumfries. Passrngtrs arrilrVrdiieiday'and Tlinrnday evenings will be cared for at rernandia

a weep, and the hair is very fine and bracelet.A These were all much damaged about the SCHEDt'LK FOR MARCH.LKATK .
NEW Yt'1E. KTIAMKRS: : LlATKTbnnutay.hU.iKDI1IA.
f I0*!* It was bought by a man named novelty In moonstone ornaments Is hulls, decks and riggings, the damage Friday Ft'J). i nth STATE OF TEXAS '- Varch 6Uk
Uiuies Spiteer who obtained the ani- chain pendant ball shaped, amounting to several thousands of Friday, Match 7th RIO GHA."iUE. Thursday: 13Ua
{>ai near! OTfett Corner, the price paid"tag a queen Friday, lath STATE OF TEXAS : ofFriday
p 0. Now he is being offered large which consists entirely of small balls or pounds. During the excitement a man "., --M RIOOKANDE. Tbnr d y, N Y7th
drowned. He and two others Friday 2t1rl' STATE OF TEXAS -
t, saw of money. A dime museum man this now popular stone.Three was were For General Information apply to Tlinraday, April 3rd
. here trying to buy.the animal, and a moonstone heads surrounded by on board the steamer Deronda when it J. M. CUTLER Gen. Pass Agent, 7? West Bay street JarkaonTilX Tla.
I gram has been received from Bar- diminutive gold balls and representing a caught fire. All three leaped into the 01.. HUBBY Ageut,lo..t of Centre atrt,t. Feniandiua, Fla.
i f. "6 agent at Coan., kuak- water and two safely to some baulksof Or to H B. HKUSEY. Indian RIver Ticket Agent, TitusTill. Fla. ;
Il; Bridgeport nimaL, The skin of three leaf clover, the stalk forming the got named C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. E., N. T.Thnrnlay.
wood, a young man
lases of handsome
white lace
the tees frame is a pin appear-
and the hoofs
: even
Thompson sank and was drowned, his
are covered with wooL ance. body being subsequently recovered.- C1yde S1ea-rYlship c5
A new whim in the prevailing taste
t. Gk*_U' Work at Iomi.rlU London Times.
f for odd jewelry is sho rn in a bracelet of New York Charleston & Florida Lines.
i LOt IsvaL; Ky., March 18.-It has small polished gold squares, half of ,
been Claicago may not get throrkTi fair when
J2' discovered that the bodies of'Wo
, and whose which are of white Raid with a small the question of appropriaUm 43 brought be-
I woman
P016 unknown diamond mounted in thecenter.-Jewel fore congress. ...
' *are have been stolen .'#
v ghouls from the St Louis Bertrand er's Weekly. The latest pension bill provide for the ;-"

t. cemetery.bThe upper part of the coffins relief of all disabled veterans without proofof
off tbe abI" origii of disability.
" corpses A Cold Winter on Facet Sound.
R acted and the mounds A bill introduced in the boost Monday -
that J. M. Lyon, who has been in Seattle to of
prevent congressional
r:'. carelessly: which excited suspicion.HntfnaUon
:,[ of the medical colleges for the past twenty-five years, was seen districts except one in every tea '
faDed to find trace of the bodies,and it is by a Press reporter this morning.'What year*. {
: ?PP<**d they are now in posssssfon: of do you think of the severity of Mr. Joseph Media says that the world1 ; ; ;: '
" **& private winter compared with fair wil net be held until ISO. Chicago J
as .
diesectinff the present '-I-...... --- ., .rrF.S.1 --, .- -- _-' -
Mr. asked will need $10,000,000 from tM National r ---- '
those of previouayears,
: Killed III Welffkbo ,,",&sury. The )Magniiicf Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :
TAYsvui. March 13, John the reporter."I The Methodist university project ban a
; ; Ind., but two as bad," (Standard Time.) ,
have seen
-aa shops of sumed " employ.Nashville "Tbe first one of these
'"0 loui4Viue Railroad was the reply. cite near Washington

y, and John Gain, an employe init was the winter of 1860-67,if my memory During. difficulty at Garretteburg. Ky Monday. Wdn" la:..k Friday Pier:9, E Ki er. Tna..:.y., Thomdaja k Bnndajs.SnnOay .
k1 flour mill bad trouble at serves me correctly. At that time everything over an election bet John Qoariep, ooloreu,
Mon.'a-.,March 17, at 2 f>. n,.. DELAWARE.WednedV. ,March 53, at 6 a mT
a suburb Tuesday night, when remained frozen up for about three was shot in the bowels and seriously if not
llotr1rtD.: man drew a revolver and shot and weeks although there was not much painfully wounded, by Harvey Walden, who brrlI19. at 3 p. nj.. CuFROKE:::. -d.r, M,r. 7 a m

J OLin. The murderer escaped. The made his escape, and baa not yet been ar PrMay.Mar.-b 1st S P. -n., YEM4SSEE.Monday. TI'Ur-dI" M r. i7. 9-JO p is
10611 III colored and have families. snow. rested. 3Ur. 30 at 11 a n
"How did the thermometer goT Varrii :!i. at Sit ru. S :.MINOLE. S :

:,. t'I 1t lietw.rt Xezfeane sad Apaebea HIt went down to 4 above at the univenity New with Y.rk the will horse watt t.tbd see Chicago If the senateagree' is tb \Vedu->*\.,,}+r.l. lr. .t3 p in.. IROQUOiS, Tne.bjr. April 1.atlJt'PD iYridav.

i f E SOOx* Ark, March 18.-Addoes: at about 4:30 in the morning, but place for the world1! fair. .March "$. *\3 t. nu, PLU WARE. T hwrlar. 3 p m .' 4

S ""UQI 8en r&,}fa:., state thai n4thmKUnt only remained there a short time. The Capitalist are rbadyfto carry ant Wana- Monday Ma-rli :,p. ,".. KEBOKEE. Bandar, April *a n

a p088t of Mazican overtook and date of the, other cold winter I am not makers plan far a postal telegraph. Friday, April 4,st t p. m_ VEMA88EF Tbund."AprUJt'.a".8IFur

9: flght with six Apache Indians.Indian pure about, but think watt 1878-74. Inthat1ea1" Chicago RocfaifaU: hare Lend a call for an
: ,:... and coo Jtaocsn were I Lake Union was frozen solid,, International labor congress' to be heM hi Inrorawtion KrgardinR Freight and Pawage, apply to

&Dd 6slottutr MazioftA. wounded. there being ten inches of Ice on it The 1893 J. A. USLTE.WM. mpt. t. G. IOU Traffic .I ".**.r. t Iknding < r.*tt.JJ.wTot k;
pacbea ars ot .IZDAD hand James L. Sheets was intttctod at Liberty JOHN L.KOWARD F. T A.acbc"lyiJ.. Y. H IRO )lOCGD. F P.A. ,rtin.t.
tot beea m Old KexSca I lake remained: ( frozen once for over a >[a, for murder la the first degree for tbi P. CtYDK. ft (;0.. General AK.nt*', IS Sooth \TLanrr*. PMUuIrlpbU I 4. Boi-

site pIa\ four t n. month-6eattlo Press.. kQnut a month aco of John Levtco. ling Oren flew York:



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'. :THE FLORIDA STAR. improvements are to be made which are Melbourne. morning. We had a cool breeze Sun-

not at present given out by the proprietor. Fee & Nesbitt have completed another day, and almost cool enough for frost on BREVITIES

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Enough to say that with the natural artesian well for Mr. H. Argue on his Monday morning.

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Publisher beauty of this place everyone has bluff lots. Thursday was a great day for steamers. CRISP CONDENSATIONS.To

been pleased heretofore visiting this fine Mr. L. B. Alexander received, Thursday The Augustine left as usual at foura. .

S1.5O per Annum. i winter resort, and by another year everything over five hundred dollars worth of m., next came the Sebastian from her make the bridge across the EDctia

I will be so very attractive to the plumes from Fort Pierce. roost on the banks, then the White, and channel will cost 84,430,0001

I tourist that this will prove an enchanting shortly after the St. Lucie-all from the The state of Kentucky alone
Entered at the Post Office at Titusville as i Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton came down spent
companion to the famous hotel resortsof $1,500,000 for education last
Second-Class Matter. : from Eau Gallie Saturday, and remainedover south. It is fortunate the I. R. Steamboat year.
"ye ancient city St. Augustine. There are on an 200
Sunday, stopping at the Melbourne Company have the White to go average pigeons
officially kept in German
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor : Personal.Mr. Hotel. through, pull the others off the bars, etc. It is reported that every fortrc ,...

Brevard Captain Mercier has been fortunate over 1,500 letters
county. very ,
Mr. R. W. Andrews is fruit mailed from
R. E. Mims, of Savannah, Ga., shipping with college in ODe
meeting few accidents and al-
very day .
brother of Mr. B. J. Mims of Mims from the bluff grove. They are fine, recently.On
The Star has the Largest circulation a most always on time.A .
of/any paper on the East coast of Fla. Fla., has resigned as auditor of receiptsof solid orange and will, doubtless, bring the luxurious express trains now a

the Georgia Central Railroad. He fancy prices.W. number of school-mates of Miss stenographer and typewriter carried
A' Is one in space; 24 squares so that business men may attend to their
'make SQUARE a column. was connected with the Central twenty- I. Metcalf started Monday of Maud Phillip gave her a pleasant surprise correspondence en route..

of the Editor last week for Ohio having an important call at the parlors of the Carletonlast
For advertising rates enquire eight years. The roof of the New York hospital

always enclosing atwo cent stamp. Col. C. E. Merrill, who has acted as case for the present term at Youngstown Friday evening. The party separated building is to have a garden, probably

at a reasonably early hour having inclosed in
editor-in-chief of the Times-Union since we hear. glass, where patients can enjoy
THREE residents of Daytona suffered a passed a most delightful evening, or, as the cool breezes that blow
over tht
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. who have
Mr. C. H. Jones went to St. Louis, has Terry,
los of about forty acres of orange trees one expressed it, "had a splendid time." housetops. Here there will be flowers
resigned, Mr. F. W. Hawthorne taking been domiciled at the Carleton for nearlytwo *
burned plants, an aquarium, seats and
by fire Tuesday. Miss Phillips is the daughter of Mr. A. L. haoi-
his place. Col. Merrill will return to months past, left on Monday for mocks.
of the solid of James-
Phillips, one men
Southern Tennessee! shortly. their home at Southold, L. I. During the recent floods at
of the Georgia Anaheim
THE completion town, N. Y., who, with his family, have
& Florida Railroad from Macon to Mrs. Harrison, wife of our President, Crane Creek bridge is again in working CaL, every hummock was swarming
been pleasantly located at the Carletonall
with hares and rabbits that
stir in railroad Mrs. John Wanamaker Mrs. Col. Wilson order Mr. Hector were driven
Palatka is creating quite a furnishing a new
winter. We are pleased to learn that from the plains. They were slaughtered
circles, as it is believed the new line will of Philadelphia; Miss Robinson, of rope and Mr. Ely the repairs, replacingone Mrs. Phillips has been greatly benefittedby by thousands by boys and men, who treat

be a very formidable competitor to the New York ; Mr. Hammond, of Trenton, of the wheels that had broken; etc. our mild climate, and hope the family sticks and when tired of the sport wool

Savannah, Florida & Western, or Plant N. J., and Mr. Russell Harrison are visiting J. (.7. McQuaig has opened a store in will live to return again and again to run the poor beasts off their dry place

system. St. Augustine and other points of the new building of D. W. McQuaig, a enjoy our delightful winters. : into the raging waters.A .

interest in the State this week. portion of the stock having arrived. branch of mistletoe kept in the

THE St. Augustine Democrat suggests Capt. C. T. Clayton met with an acci- house during the whole year brings hick
Supreme Court of Mississippi has re- They[ are selling goods at very low rates.
to the household, so French people thmfc.
that our preJent law for assessing and dent last week that might have been
versed the decision of the lower court
We received some very fine pines from Many housewives consider it as important
should properly be serious. While raising the draw in the
collecting taxes more
and John L. Sullivan's cafor prizefighting Mr. F.V.. Comstock's plantation at as the sprig of,. jalm blessed at
entitled "An Act to Prevent the Assess- Crane Creek bridge one of the ropes part- Palm and
is remanded. He is under bond Malabar. His trees loaded accordingly enormous
.ment and Collection of Reyenue," for it orange are ed, the sudden release from strain throwing quantities of mistletoe are sent to
for such indictment be found at
may with bloom thanks to the artesian
d is so complicated that the majority of next term of court. water. Mr. Clayton over the crank literallyon the Paris markets chiefly from Nor

tax-payers n't understand it, it requiresso his head or face. The result is, he mandy.

much useless labor that numbers of Senator Call, of Florida, and Senator Add. Morrison was down for a few sports an "illegant black eye." Mr. Everybody smokes in Japan. The

George, Mississippi, have been excus- hours last week business. He will pipes hold a little wad of fine cut tobacco
assessors won't comply with it, and it is I Hector donated the bridge to the county,
ed from the Senate Committee on Immi- as big as a pea. It is fired, and the
tied up with so much red tape that no leave soon for Birmingham, Ala., and and we believe it has been accepted by smoker takes one long whiff, blowingthe

one but a graduate of two colleges and gration, of which Senator Chandler, of after a couple of months proceed to Ohio the commissioners. As this communitypays smoke in a cloud from his mouth

three theological seminaries can legally New Hampshire, is chairman. Their for the summer. its share of highway tax, it seemsas and nose. The ladies have pipes with

perform the duties pertaining to it. action is based on the unpleasant rela- The Kathleen was down on Thursday if we should be entitled to enough to longer stems than the men and if one
tions between themselves and Mr. Chandler of them wishes to show
a gentleman a
conveying Dr. DuBose and family, Mrs. keep the draw in repair. A few dollars
the recent controversies in special mark of favor she lights her
ABOUT three weeks ago the STAR the Senate.during Campbell and family and Miss Allen would rig the draw so a boy could openit pipe takes half a whiff, hands it to hire

stated that a day of this month had been over to Melbourne Beach, where they and provide railing for the bridge and lets him finish out the whifX.

s set aside as "Carolinas Day" at the Sub- passed a most delightful day. also. .

The date then Can Gallic. MEN YOU HEAR Of.
Tropical Exposition.
Messrs. C. H. Stewart and V. N. Lock-
I mentioned was the 12th,but the manage- New goods received daily at the Hodgson JlYI oluxo.
wood took a trip to Cocoa last Friday by Mr. Gladstone keeps six private secretaries -
decided to the date to the Bros. store and landing.Mr. .
ment change
sail, being fortunate enough to havea Of the seventeen Florida winters which at work.Lord .

26th. Senators Zebulon B. Vance and Preston A. McMillan has returnedto fair wind both ways. They were back have parsed over my frosty paw, the Napier, who died of the gripperecently

Wade Hampton have been invited to be Eau Gallic with his family. again before noon Saturday.Mr. present one has been the most disagreeable was a distinguished soldier.

present and address their friends on that The shipment of beans still continuesand H. Watchsmith who has and unsatisfactory. Weeks drouth, Lew Wallace is very fond of good fic
date, and a grand, old-time reunion of all will soon be followed by new to- other weeks of howling northeast and tion. His favorite novel is "Ivanhoe.* -\
the winter at the Goode Hous left
us on
the Carolinians in Florida is expected to matoes. east winds, winding up with a cold snap The legacies bequeathed to the popeduring
for his home in We
be enjoyed. No doubt there will be low Monday Chicago. which caused the record to go as low as the past year amount to $800,0001
The steamer Kathleen carried a party see some interesting letters in the Arm
excursion rates'to Jacksonville from this 40, but no harm has been done the ten- Postmaster General Wanamaker war .'
from Tropic to Eau Gallie and return on and Shield from Mr. who
Pope, stoppedat I
section All Carolinians in the State are derest vegetation. once proprietor and editor of a news- It
Monday last. the Goode House.
.,.requested to, send their names to Mr. C. paper.

>*H. Smith, Secretary of the Carolina Association The schooner Queen, Capt. Roy Mc- Dr. W. P. DuBose, Mr. Haskell Du M. B. Lyman has finished the new D'Albert, the pianist is a strict vegetarian -

:, Fadden in command, is reported to be and bottom on S. N. Andrews' cabin Sharpie, and eats an enormous number of
,Jacksonville. Bose Misses May and Susie DuBose
and Steve is afloat apples.Dr. .
doing a rushing business. once more.
left us on Monday for their summer
McGlynn that be would rather -
MB. M. H. MARY, of Leesburg, has Oppossums still visit our heneries ; one home at Sewanee, Tenn. They will be The schooners are having hard luck be burned at says the stake than retract

returned to his State from Washington, was caught in the hen-yard of Mr. John greatly missed and their return next this season. The Mary B stove some one word he has ever uttered.

'where he went to urge upon the Ways Aspinwall during the past week. Fall longingly looked for. holes in her bottom while coming over Rev.John Jasper, the Richmond negro

and Means Committee the necessity of a Messrs. Jno. Aspinwall and Jno. E. M. A pleasant of people the rocks at the inlet and is now on the preacher, has repeated his "De Sun Do

duty of one dollar per box on foreign Hodgson have buoyed out the channelat company young ways. However, she pulverized enough Move" sermon 175 times.
gathered at the residence of Mr. S. F.
fruit. He is very sanguine that congress the mouth of the Eau Gallie. This rock so that her rival, the Bessie B, came Perhaps the late Walker Elaine's molt
Gibbs to surprise Misses Helen and
will give substantial protection, but will be appreciated by sailors. in with only the loss of her rudder. A striking characteristic was his unfailinggood
Jennie which was done to .
nature. knew him to
Nobody ever
thinks it will be high dol- small appropriation from the Government
hardly as as a
The steam yacht Nyanza: Capt. Carey, evening was passed very pleasantlywith lose his temper.
lar a box duty. Mr. McKinley, Chair- would make us a first-class inlet, but as
owner, left for points up the river on games, candy making, and corn Edison's bead Is unusually large and
man of the Committee, thought that wasa we are the southeast fag-ead: of the United
Saturday last. Mr. Lent accompaniedthe popping.By his forehead remarkably broad. H .

little too high. We are glad to see this, party, intending to stay a few days: States, we stand as much chance of getting head is set on a thick neck and the
mistake last week the
as our fruit-growers will be encouraged togo at Rockledge.The name of it as we do of having our Circuit shoulders below are broad and strong.

more extensively in the business. Messrs. Burrill, of Lynn, Mass., was Judge hold court in Dade county.In Gayarre, the late Spanish tenor left
sharpie, Belle, carried a party of given as Burrows ; and we gave Mrs. E. 4,000,000 franca His funeral Madrid
The low prices caused by gluts of foreign at
ladies and the my long and checkered career in
gentlemen over to penin-
Morehouse's address
as Ailegan Mich. the whole th
brought population to *
fruit in cities has
arriving our large
sula on Saturday last, experiencing a instead of Elyria, Ohio. Her health continues Florida (the checks few, small and far streets. His funeral car was covered

thrown considerable discouragement upon very heavy breeze in crossing. All re- to improve in spite of the cool between) I have turned my hands to with flowers. '
the further growing of citrus fruits in
turned delighted with their view of Old weather. many things-from the lofty position of The late John Golderw Blanche wa
this State, but with foreign competition cook for his collector of and
Ocean. on a sloop royal highness, customs at Quebec ex-
reduced and an enlargement of home Last Sunday a large schooner was visi-
the of speaker of the Canadian parliament
keeper a light-house, down to the
The lumber for the house to be built
ble from the sidewalk on New Havenave. I
production-cheaper transportation is He was at one time the president of the
by Mr. J. 0. Walton, in the rear of his 1 degrading depths of quasi-journalism-
beating to northward. Though Lewis and Kennebec
bound to follow, and Florida oranges up learned dissertations railway.
could be put down in Northern markets present residence, and also for his new Old Ocean must have been ip a boisterous writing on brass
bands and other
nuisances-but I never MEN OF LETTERS.
landing on our river, has arrived from mood she was headway
cheaper than ever before, with larger making good -
really struck gait until I engaged in
profits for the producer. "If they will Titusville and the hammer will againsoon and on the port tack ran in very the my According to Sir Edwin Arnold.EdgarA.
aesthetic and
be heard. truly em- Poe and Joaquin Miller are the two>
raise four times as many oranges in Flor- close to shore.
ployment of skinning 'gators. The boys American for
who to live
ida as they do now," says Mr. Plant, '*]1 The steamer Maggie Dillon left for poets are sure
Messrs. M. G. Ellis and D. W. Mc go out on dark nights and fire-bunt the ever.
will their fruit for half the Titusville this week to undergo an in-
carry present Quaig returned from Alapatta flats witha gentle creatures, and the old man ha to The grave of Robert Browning ha*

rates." Why is it that more of our State spection. It is hoped this steamer will large number of plumes, and startedon help skin 'em in the morning. All been dug close to the front of Chanoer'fmonument

press do not advocate protection on oranges be one of a new line to be established be- and between it and
last for
Tuesday another trip. They youngsters are more or less fond of gaiters
? Isn't it the farmer in the South tween this point and Titusville at a near the monument of Cowley in Westminster
numbers of birds but in
report great not -about size 2}, morocco tips with finecalf
date in the future. Abbey.Mr. .
that needs protection ?
rookeries yet. Water very low; where uppers-but they don't hanker after
.. Clark Russell is now such an invalid
The steamer Kathleen, Capt. harry Usually from one to two feet of water is the old man's No. 12 cow-hides. But
that he is moved about in a
THOSE who visit
Rockledge this sea- Hodgson in command, carried a merry found, there is now only a little mud. this, with me, is a side issue of the dim chair. This does not prevent him free

eon are at once impressed with the party of sightseers to our town on Fri- and musty past-M us return to the being one of the most industrious liter-
The Mrs. Minor's
improvements Mr. J. :M.: Lee is injury to grove by
many day last. Mrs. Whiting, Mrs. Goode, muskey present. The muskey effluvium ary men in Enghnd.
his the fire two weeks' ago is much greater
making on newly-purchased property Mrs. Nesbitt, Sirs. Phillips, Maj Graves, from a deceased 'gator is essence of aristocracy Oliver Wendell Echoes ha taken to.
than we :first thought. In the 'south
the Hotel Indian River.
During!: etc., etc. were noticed the peculiar course of life. He always re-
among party, to my refined nostrils and is
the past three months he has spent who seemed with beauti grove sixty-five trees from four to fiveyears' tires at the same hour,eats dinner In the
delighted our of the keen pleasures of
thousands of dollars in removing piles old were destroyed or injured, K my occupationand middle of the day and walks at least two
ful harbor and commodious hotel.
of coquina rock from around the hotel, they will have to be cut down ; and in I would rather divorce a 'gatolfrom miles every twenty-four boors. I

leveling the grounds, planting out grasses Mr. Gus B. Suell has sold his Eau the north grove thirteen large bearingtrees his hide than be a divorce lawyer in Max OHell, who has spent some dirt It t

and different flowers in the newly Gallie River property to Mrs. John As- were also injured, and a bearing Chicago; besides, hides are going up and hi Ireland says: "I have often bee

arranged flower-beds. A of sub- pinwall, who intends at once building a mango tree also. pride is coming down. I never will sour asked why I have not written a book on
system Ireland. The U this I like to
on a saurian and musk all attention answer : !
irrigation has been fine residence and improving the pro- Messrs. McQuaig and Ellis returned your
made around the on write on the faults of people and I newel:

hotel by laying pipes underground, so perty. There is a fine flowing artesian Saturday from Alapata flats, having had to an olfactory fact, musk is the pre could find any in the Irishman,'

that irrigation be had well on the property, which adjoins that success. They could hear rogative of alligators and rattlesnakesof Swinburne
can at any time. poor say you MacAllister's the poet is a great; pedestrian

In the orange grove, which comprise of Messrs. Hodgson, on which their guns in every direction, and the poor 400, and the colored taking a. "constitutionar everyday (
general store and wharf is built. chefs de cuisine-I hope the snakes and on the roads around hit home at
about 2,000 bearing trees, Mr, Lee has bird, unable to find a moments respite
: 'gators will pardon me for the association. Putney Bill England. He never wears I
also been pushing the work of fertiliz- Mr. J. Walton, Capt. Bennett, Capt. from slaughter, had flown far away; so with
This broad assertion can be proved by an overcoat and dispenses gloveswhen
ing, pruning out the extra branches and Carey, also Ernest :Messenger and Mr that where one week ago there were ; the weather will permit.
society and
washing the bark of the trees until they Rogers formed a fishing party, taking the thousands upon thousands of heron and any nose-which is. as any broad as man the assertion my w !w

< are perfectly clean. He shipped about fast steam yacht Nyanza, with row boatsin egrets, on Saturday morning not one was SOME ORIGINS.
and as long as this article.
;3,000 boxes of oranges this year, and tow. They had a very successful trip, to'be seen.Saturday; RUTHVEX. Envelopes; were firs used in 1323.

furnished Mr. Flagler's hotels exclusively returning with fish enough to supply the morning was warm and The first steel pen was made in 13SX I

I from this grove. Before opening whole of Eau Gallie for some time. Mr. pleasant. Toward noon the wind got Many PersonsAre The flrat air pump was made b l J6&<

this season, Mr. Leo had the hotel neatly. Walton kindly furnished the nets amour around toward X.. W., and we had a broken down from overwork or household The .first ludf match was made to

painted outside and calsomined inside, obliging citizen i Captain Carey, the smart shower with a_fall-in temperatureof eares Brown's Iron Bitters 1829.

and ere another i season approaches many; use of hU private steam yacht.,. 22 degrees, from Saturday to Sunday Cell rebuilds of bfle tbelJ'ltem.lJda aDd cores malaria.dictation Get,the remove cevztoe.

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;' If .. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oils, Boat Goods, Stoves and House Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc. Etc. ':

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1 c----gjjjpg Were first "copper bottomed" in Public Notice to Physiciansand EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.. ."t

1 ,': Surgeons.
8iflia of a locomotive was in1SlL .
first Office of the Medical Examining Board in STILIN'"G- T.A.YLOR.. '
and for the Seventh Judicial District. .
first steamboat plied tho Hudson Sanford Fla. March 3 1800. .
'Tba Cocoa, Indian River, Florida. \
,JD r8Gi. In accordance with an Act entitled
The first horse railroad was Uuilt in "An Act to Regulate the Practice of DEALERS IN ; .

Medicine, etc.," approved May 31, 1889 .
; The fin* newspaper advertisement appeared you are hereby notified that the Boardof
1632. Medical Examiners in and for the

: The first watches were made in NurIBJbOIX Seventh Judicial District of the State of Hardware Stoves Tinware
Florida Sanford Crockery
in 1477. will meet at Orange
county, room No.20 Pico Block, Friday, ,
JJK first sawmakert anvil was brought April 11th, 1890 being the second Friday ,
America in Hearth. in said month" and will adjourn Sat-

urday, April 12th, at noon. AND AGATEWARE.Paints .
The power exerted by a pigeon flying Signed, H. F. DoBois. M. D.,

2,200 feet per minute. 25 miles an hour President. Oils, Glass and Putty, -. -.
jean1at 1-200 of a horse power per FRANK II. CALDWELL M. D. c:=> TABLE and POCKET CUTLERYPlumbers' ,

or 91 horsoer for a flying ma- Secretary.N. "
pound B.-Address all communications, and MillSupplies
chine of equally Rood form weighingooe ,
ton,at 25 mite an hour, or about 50 enclosing stamp for rC1)hto the Secre- BARBED WIRE,
tary at Sanford, Orange County, Fla. *
horse power per ton weight at 50 miles. ,
47 4t
The pelican has an expenditure of 1-11 WIRE NETTING 5
by 21 pounds of bird, and
base power
Master's Sale. Doors Sash Blinds .
this is one horse power to 231 pounds, or and WIRE CLOTH.GrUUCLS
itoat a horse power for the weight of a I Under and by virtue of a decree of .

man allowing ample margin for surplus foreclosure! and sale rendered by the

porer. The birds are found to have a judge of the Circuit Court of the Seventh BRICK LIME CEMENT :
icrjla s. ting jjower of about one-half. Judicial Circuit pf Florida, sitting ,
in chancery at chambers for the county

Good land, timbered with large yellow I of Brevard dated the eleventh day of SHINGLES and LATH. -AMMUNITION,

pine and fronting on Lake Worth, February, A. D. 1890, in a certain cau e FISIIIXC TACItLE.CSrOOCLS .

at Jewell P. O., will be sold cheap in lots wherein The Florida Agricultural College
a corporation organized and existing t
of my size to suit purchaser. Beautiful under the laws of the State of Florida, Ship Cha:1.d1ery: ,

biding sites location high, dry and is complainant, and Sarah G. Gleason
Agents for ALABASTINE the for walls and For Plow '
healthy; a narrow strip of land only a and William II. reason are defendants, permanent coating ceilings ; Chattanooga Company's -
few hundred feet wide opposite this land I will sell at public outcry, in front of I plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.
the court-hou door of Titusville, Bre- I '
divides the Atlantic Ocean from Lake vard county Florida, on the first :Mondayin Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets. ;;:,::(

Worth. Prospectors are invited to look April, A. D. 1890, the same being the ':. '
: ,
tt this land. For further information, seventh day of the month, during the .

.. address P. 0. box 5,Jewell,Fla., or Capt.. legal hours of sale, for cash described, to the nigh-real Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and,
est bidder, the following >
: ,0..s.Porter, Lake Worth, Fla. estate, to-wit: estimates furnished promptly. '

) A tract of land in the village of Eau
NOTICE. Gallie,Brevard county,Florida,describedas STILING & TAYLOR.Choice .

IAKD OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLA., 1 follows to-wit: All of block "C" of

March 15th, 1890. J said village, said block being bounded on

Notice is hereby given that the following the north by "Fountain Park," west by Orange Lands For Sale. GEORGE W. MORTON, I

named settler has filed notice of Pineapple avenue, south by Jouset street I want to pet into a strictly
lit intention to make final proof in support and east by Indian river, according to a Civil Engineer & Notary Public,

of his claim, and that said proof survey made by William H. Gle.ison, a' Three desirable tracts of high hammock :MORTONHURST, HEATH, FLA.
will be made before Judge of Circuit map of which is now on record in Bre- land, located on east side of East Surveying and Leveling, Architectural
Court, or in his absence clerk of said vard county; the said block being the Indian River Tract No. 1 contains Drawing, Township and Section Maps. CASH SYSTEMOF

wirt, tt Titusville, Fla., on May 17th,I block on which the Agricultural College 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of halfa Deeds, Mortgages,etc. Blanks constantly
, 4890,viz.: Madison Bridges, of Titus building is situated, or as much thereof mile on the river, about eighteen acres on hand. I
' Mle, Fla., homestead No. 14110, for the as will be sufficient to satisfy said decree cleared, a bearing grove and nursery of
'lets 5§ion 4, township 22 south l and costs of sale. large trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74. ST. LUCIE HOUSE BUYING & SELLING,

of range 37 east. Purchaser to pay for titles. 100 acres, with a frontage of fiveeighthsof ,
He names the following witnesses tc JAMES SANDERS, a mile on the river, about six acres Opposite Indian River Inlet,
prom his continuous residence upon and Special :Master. cleared, a small grove and many trees in ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA. Believing I can thus serve all custom

, cultivation of, said land, Y z.: Beggs & Palmer and Robbius & Gra- bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78.100 ers. While I will not refus&to credit'

.. Jesse Tucker, Titusville, Fla. ; OrLando '. ham, solicitors for complainant. acres, with a frontage of one-fourth of a Unrivalled Hunting, Fish-
Heath Fla. Frank mile the river, which is about four those who have favored me with their
i Quarterman, ; .. on
Fla. Robert MorJH.i THE BLOOD, width. These lands not un ing, Boating, Etc.
.j B. Sackett, Heath, ; FOR Indigestion and miles in are trade, I cannot charge goods at figures.
/ row,Titusville, Fla. Weakness takeIIRUwN'S Malaria derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience First-Class Accommodations. Opened
D1l1ousne8S. made for cash before
;" ALEXANDER LYNCH, IRON DITTERS. would plant a grove for his own from January 1st to May 31st. delivery. t
" Register. It cures quickly. For sale by all dealers In land underlaid. Perfectly
:" -48 use on so JAMES PAINE, Proprietor.
__ the genuine.
medicine. Get
and frost.
healthy, free from fog, malaria *
7 NOTICE. XOTICtt. Eight minutes walk from house to ocean For Cash Before Delivery :
t Lath OFFICE; GAINESVILLE, FLA.,\ beach. O.SJiEngle&Co.
;. :March 11th, 1890. / In Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Circuit For further particulars inquire of
the follow Brevard county and State Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, Flour, per bbl.?5.GOto5 75

in;:Notice named is settler hereby has given filed that notice of his of Florida in and/or-In Chancery, .1. D. 1890. Ma s., or of J. A. bippie, agent, Geor- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Coal oil, per gallon..................... 20
Fla. Ibs. 1 00
12J granulated
intention final proof in support gianna Crockery Glassware sugar.
make ,
to ,
14 Ibs. C _
will be J. B. Terry
of his claim and that said proof
I House-Furnishing 15 llw. choice 1 00
I. of the Circuit vs. Masters' Sale. ,
made before the Judge Clerk of A.F.S. Williams and V Bill for Relief. 14 Ibs. best rice..'..: .1 00
Court, or in his absence the Friday,, Ilepsey F. Williams: Under and by virtue of a decree of Lamps, Oil, Vapor Stoves, 14 Ibs.XXX soda crackers.......... 1 00

I .', said Court,at Titusville,Fla.,on of his wife. J foreclosure and sale rendered by the judgeof Gate City Stone Filters.We 50 lbs corn meal or crits........... 1 00
i j -i May 9, 1890, viz.: John A. Young, the Circuit Court of the Seventh Ju lit lbs, best patent flour.. 1

, ,.. Courtney, Fla., lid. No. 15081 of for south the It appearing from the bill filed F.this S. dicial Circuit of Florida, sitting in chancery solicit the patronage of 25 lbs. fancy flour........ 1 00 00't
west half southwest quarter the respondent of theEAST
cause at chambers for the county of Bre our neighbours D. S. meat, lard and picnic hamsOS'
vast quarter of northwest quarter, sec Williams and Ilepsey F. Williams, his yard,dated the eleventh day of February, COAST. Boneless ham and breakfast bacon 131
tion 7, township 24 south, of range 37 I wife, are non-residents of the State of A. D. 1890, in a certain cause wherein I Dried beef.. 15

east and southeast quarter of northeast south of Florida, and that their residence It is therefore is to Harry Fisher is complainant and John V. A. M. Hamilton & Co., Rye flour and Graham flour.......-. 04 J

/; quarter section 12, township 24 complainant unknown. do Baird and Abraham DuBois Baird and I Buckwheat flour.....................- 04 1 .
-J. range 36 east ordered that the said respondents said bill D. L. Gaulden, as assignee, are defend i I TITDSYILLE, FLORIDA, Steel cut oat-meal............. 05
;' He names the following witnesses to plead, answer or demur to the ants. I will sell at public outcry, in front Navy beans (good)...... 05!
andf" of
the tenth day Wholesale Dealers In
," prove his continuous residence upon S. for relief on or before will be of the court-hou door in Titusville, Best Navy beans..........._. OSJ
cultivation of said land, viz.LaRoche: M. April, A. D. 1890, or the same said Brevard county, Florida on the first Lima beans...................M. OSi .
i." Rams, B. B. LaRoche, R. J. Fla. taken as confessed, and the com Monday in April, A. IX 1890, the same Indian River Oysters Peas, per quart............... ....10 to I2i
(' John J. LaRoche, allof Courtney, plainant be allowed to proceed ex parte the seventh day of the month, ..
,f further being Lady peas, per quart............... 20
k r:k! \ ALEXANDER LYNCH, with his said cause. It order is be published or- during the legal hours of sale, for cash, FISH Florida syrup, per gallon............ 60.
48 Register. of this
r dered that a copy four consecutive to the highest bidder the following described Can corn, per dozen.$1.35 to 215'Can
Cir once a week for real estate, to-\\it: apples (3 lb.), doz... 1 35 *
4 A Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial the FLORIDA STAR newspaper, Green Turtle and Game per
r Brevard weeks in That tract or parcel of laud situate, Can tomatoes (2 lb.),. 1 00
cult of the State o/ Florida, Titusville, in said: countyand
at the of Brevard
published in
lying and being county Can tomatoes (3 lb.).. .1 35-
aunty, A. D. 1890. State. of Florida, described as follows All orders will receive prompt and careful attention
hereuntoset and state ,whether by telegraph, Can Okra and tomatoes (3 lb.)..... 2 00
I have
d Wignell &Tweltridge In witness whereof I numbered six (6) and seven
: Lots 17 dor- 1 35
of'said Court, ; letter or person. Champion or Rose milk, per
,, vs. I AttachmentThe my hand and the seal this (7) of section six (6) in township thirtyone Butterine (cooking butter), 20 and 25
Indian River AmountswornLand&Improv'm'tv at the Court House in 1890. (31), south of range thirty-nine (39); EACOTT & CO. Butter (beSt creamery made)...... 30
A. D.
",. to $7,892.69.Co. the 5th day of March, east, and containing one hundred and Chicago bakingpowder..2for45

., a corporation [L. S.] A. A. STEWART, three (103) acres, more or less. Also allof TITI'SVILLE, FI .\., Patapsico _.-2 for 45
existing under the j Damages claim'dlaw 46 Clerk of the Circuit Court. lot numbered one (1) of section six 3 pounds of cheese for.............- 50
of the State of! $16,000. (6) in township thirty-one (31) south orange TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKERS
New York. Notice. thirty-nine (39) east, saving and

To the'defendant corporation and all: LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. FLA., ) excepting all of those certain tracts of Stock is too LargeTo
other persons interested; Feb. 17th, 1890. J land sold to C. F. Fischer and Walter GUTTERING, ROOFING, My

,: You are hereby notified that a writ ofI is hereby given that the fol and Sylvanus Kitching. The tract sold And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
: c attachment has been issued against you, Notice settler has filed notice of to said C. F. Fischer being nine acres, as
Iud attached to satisfy the lowing-named shown by deed bearing date August 13th GALVANIZED WORK, Eye
your property intention te make final proof in support Quote _.
demands above set forth.. his 1886 and the tracts sold said Walter and kind
\ of the plaintiffs of his claim and that said proof And Repairing of all
And,now.unless you shall appear before made before Judge of Circuit Sylvanus Kitching, being five acres,more
I the Judge of our said Courts at the will be in his absence Clerk of said or less, as shown by deeds bearing date Xotlce. A Corresponding Range of Prices
Court House in Titusville,in said County Court, or Titusville, Fla., \prilI6th, the 17th day of March, A. D. 1884, containing All persons having claims against the ,r
of Brevard, on or before the 7th day Court,viz William Crook, Ilaulover in the aggregate fourteen acres, estate of Sophronius Twichell, late of will be given. -
of being Rule 1890, : and being situate on the north side pi Florida, deceased, are
;f July, A. D. 1890. the same Rd. 11652, for the west I of north- Brevard county
i Jay, and plead or demur to the declaration Fla., section 19, township 20 south, said lot one (1), section six (6), township required to present them duly authenticated.
of plaintiffs herein filed, judgment west J, thirty-one (31) south, of range thirty- to the undersigned within the time
..- will be rendered against you by default range 36 east.the following witnesses to nine(39) east, or as much thereof as will I required by law or this notice will be GEO. B. RDMPH
and your property sold to pay the debt. He names continuous residence upon, be sufficient to satisfy said decree and l pleaded in bar of their collection; and
,, prove his in debt to are required
Witness the Honorable J no.D.Broome ofsaid land,viz: Henry costs of sale.Purchaser. all persons
Judge of said Court as well as AA. and Waton cultivation and William Watton,of Clifton,, to pay for titles. to make immediate payment to us,
and the JAMES SANDERS This February 7th, 1890.
Stewart, Clerk of said Court, Nolle TitusvUe, Fla.;;
.Beal of said Court, this the 15th;dad Charles Fla.; II. Nauman,Chflon, Fla. Special Master. .. AABON MARY T CLEVELAND.CLEVELAND. J TITusVILLE.
solicitors for com
Oi rch. A. D., }B9Q.L. ., ALEX. LYNCH Bobbins & Graham, Adm'r and Admr'x
S.] A. A. STEWART, Register.. plainant. .
Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,

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A\Vlte, Retaralae bola Church, Falls! i
_. Over Her Hiuband'i Deal B>Jy.

,- KANSAS CITY Ma, March 14,-When
: '" sirs Michael Morgan returned home --0J. .
r tJ'. By the Brarery of Cool Headed from church Sunday night with her 9- TITUSVILLE, FLA.

r I Officials at Columbia, S. C. y ear-old daughter, she stumbled and fell
" at the bottom of the stairs over the prostrate J.
!, form of a man.. Halt unconscious IIFORWARDINGe ,, s %
A Cannon Placed In Position from fright she ran to the basement Gen'l t

to Bombard the Jail, where her uncle,ex-County Judge HughLynch Merchandise
was entertaining friends, and related
her aperienoe.: Schedules Effect
Sat. s )Mel Baadfal of Pellee. With One of the judge's companions accom- Trains of this line ,188t. e
panied Mrs. Morgan to the foot of th STORE. run on Central Stand
DraWD K volv n,'Quickly fitatfcter the and Time and arrive rr
stairs and striking a match flashed the and depart from the
Crowd. Wit tab. Lacked Organization I light in the face of the prostrate man. AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS I! J. T., & K. ". and S. F.W.: Union de
and LeadenFarther Trouble Eap pot.
It was Mrs. Morgan's hubband. stone 1
.eted to Save Turner's Ltte.CluRu.sTOlf dead. He bad fallen down the stairs 1fr eat India Fast Mail l
and Woken las' neck and crushed his I propose to keep No. 27
S. C., March 14.-Th* 1o-14 t
following skull hire Morgan fainted at the horrible 12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar.6 30 (
- was received from Colombia, a n
discovery' aad has not entirely re 1 3d p m..Green Cove 1
t. tins state, .Monday night: I covered from the prostration. Mr. A First-Class StockOF 2 30 p m..........-Palatka..........4 25 am a m ; i
The G. S. Turner the ,
feeling against Morgan was a well known merchant of 3 30 p m....Seville ...........3 O"l..
t wealthy factory owner of Spartanburg, this and held
city, temperate high es 4 13 p m..DeLand Junction....2 03
, who seduced his sistarin law and teem. It is believed that be slipped at 4 23 m..OTanse am
p City June....! 49
law. a m
deredhlsbrother: -in- the top of the stairs TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA 5 15 P m..........Sanford..........1 15.. m

had been increasing in bitterness ever Vi..,.., Deaths IB 7bnnee- 6 13 p i.Orlando..........11 oW p m

since the tragedy, and culminated this KXQXVXLLB, Tena., March 10.-In a -:o:-- 7 20 p m...Kissimmee-......10 50 p m
afternoon in an attempt to lynch him. Scott 10 13 p m.Tampa. 7 30
triangular county Virginia, fight p m
r About noon a crowd of 400 men assembled William and Patton Flaunery hot to WE WANT GROCERIESJDRY 10 45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv. 6 30 p n

in the city, and openly avowed that death Hiram Johnson an oM enemy. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between

they had come to take Turner out of jail Harry Wilson a Louisville and Nashville THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE, New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stops
and lynch him. An organised party of railroad employe, was drowned in at Kissimmee for supper. Nos. 14 and 27 r

200 men from North Carolina was expected Powell's river, near Big Stone Gap, WE WANT connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steam-
but did not come. while trying to cross on a raft. The, ship Line for Key Wet and Havana. Ships

F Sheriff Nothols took prompt measures people of that section are gettm;:; roper" You to be sure to Come and See Us GOODS sail from Port Tampa on Mondays and

to defend the jaj and had it made stitious, as a man was found ;coating in When come to town. Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27
.. known to the crowd that he intended to the water there recently with his throat you connects at Palatka Junction with the Florida

protect his, prisoner, whatever might be cut. WE WANTTo NOTIONS Southern Railway. '-
-- -- -
A Caaaon Brought Out. Crime and CaMUtte; ". Talk to You. DELAND.Lv .

The would-be lynchers thought to Alderman Powell, of Griffin, G*., was fatally DeLand NoSO No32 No34 No36 No33
make their onslaught more effective by I shot by Ben. HcCulloagh, a desperate WE WANT Mens' Ladies' & Childrens'SHOES. Ar Junction.4:45p DeLand 8:50a 12:35p :!:"Op 4:13p

the use of a cannon. They rallied and character. Tho two men bad just taken a To Work With You. 4:4039:103 12:50p 2:35p 7.-05p
parleyed and threatened, and finally t drink in a barroom, when McCnUoagh suddenly No31 No33 No35 So31 No39
some of them went to the encampment turned and fired the fatal bullet into WE WANT Lv DeLand3:40a 8:20a ll:30a 1:5'p
grounds with pair of mules and hauled PowelL Ar Deland 3:50p

thence a twelve-pounder field piece. Eve Musser, with forty armed members ol To Post You on the Markets. Junction.3:35a 8:40a 11:45a
This they,planted on Magnolia street, the Bier faction, surrounded the Harbourviile ALSOCROCKERY Trains 38 and 39 run daily.2.-07p Nos.4dOp SO s
near its intersection with Main. At Ey., court house, fired a few rounds of WE WANT and 31
; run on Mondays
the foot of Magnolia street stands the ammunition at the guards, then went to the
Fridays only. Nos. 34 and
jail about 400 feet from Main and facingit. I' depot, filled the stove with cartridges, To Ship For You and See to Your Shipments GLASSWARE from Beresford 35 ruu to and

__ I carved the stovepipe with bowio-knivws SAd here. on Mondays, Wednesdays 1
Fridays. All others
daily except Sun-
departed for home.
Fire Bra e Policemen. I
t The cannon had just been placed in. Pittsburg David Hayes and William WE WANTTo HARDWARE day.South Florida Accommodation.
position when Mayor Henneman Snoddy thawed out f rcwea dynamite. Hayes No. 23.

ed,the gun, ordered the crowd mount-I dead and Suoddy will soon be. either Buy or Handle most of the AND 8 30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar.6 So.15 66.m

perse and directed his police to AI Graham pleaded gouty at Lebanon, Fruit and Produce of this section 9 33 a m...Green Cove Spring 15 p m
0., Saturday and was sentenced to p
streets. This done and the eiRyears' ; '
was of the 10 35 a m. .Palatka..........4 25 m
. imprisonment at hard labor and tha country. p
: then reduced to about met
the drawn revolvers of seventy-five the five police, payment a fine of 1130,409.13. with costa Ship Chandlery Goods. 11 39 a .Seville........-3 03 P m

men. On the first effort of the police to Three murders were omnnitttaa in one WE WANTs 12 30 p m... DeLand Junction ...2 11 pm
remove the crowd from about the can night near Birmingham, Ala. 12 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 03 p m
You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your 3 35 m.........TitusvUle.11 57
, non, some of the latter made ready to Drunken hoodlums nnuied Sellers These will be the main features of my p am
draw their pistols, but; desisted and re Sweeney and Cook mot .Ke'srx Robinson Products, We Can Ship it for You. business but orders sent me for anything 1 20 p m..Ar Sanford Lv.1 30 p m

treated. A shot fired at any time would I and Bailey returning from protractol meeting kept in any store in Titus Daily exce Florida Kb 23 connects
surely have led to blood .heJ. at Muddy Ford, Ky., shot and instantly WE WANT ville will be promptly filled. Palatka with Southern Railway.
The Cannot. Spiked. I killed Robinson and badly wounding Bailey; Connection made also with Indian
The firmness and coolness of the police drunken meanness; no quarrel; wanted to You to help us to make Titusville a River steamers at Titusville to and from

prevented serious troubles. A policeman shoot somebody. distributing point for the Productsof landings on Indian River.
Burglars burned the Emmet house, at Will buy| Fruits Eggs Chickens Jacksonville and Sanford Accoiu*
spiked the cannon, and several of the Wheatland Pa. the river, and sell our modatioii.
mob rushed in to gain possession of the
Wesley Pernell was shot and Products here. SoS
piece, but were driven off by Sheriff dangeroodywounded Or
Nichols and his i'Ewho had by this by Soley Yates at Barrod burg, any Country Produce my customersor 3 35 p m.Lv Jacksonville Ar.12 40 p m
time arrived'on the scene. Kentucky. WE WANT friends may bring 3 33 P m..Green Cove Spring...Jl 3i a m

The lynchers, lacking organization and Toreixn.. to market. 4 30 p m...........Palatka........10 45 a m
In[ fact to save you money, and can 5 40
m..SevilIe.__ ... 9 36
leaders from the first, were badly demoralized Brazilian merchants are boycotting British p a m
by the ridiculous failure of goods in favor of American products you will help us. I ask for a share of the public patron- 6 38 p m.....Deland Junction... 8 44 a. m _
their attempt to bombard the jaiL The Chinese government a massing troops and 6 49 p m..Orange City June... 8 30 a m
They soon scattered, and the trouble In the Siberian frontier, as an early attack WE WANT age die, tator come as a for supplicant, not a 7 30 p m..Ar Sanford Lv...- 7 55 a m
asking favors.
was apparently over. Person in the by Russian forces feared. your Daily except Sunday.No. .
crowd were heard to say that the lynch Portugal will send delegates to the Berlin You to know we are head-quarters for If courteous treatment,good .78 connects at Palatka Junction with
ers had retired only for better preparations labor conference. Vegetables Crates, etc. goods and low figures is Florida Southern Railway.

; that they would come for Turnerlater Only 12 per cent of the population of :Russia the candidate for Sanford Bud Lake Eustls Railway.
and would have him yet can read and write. WE WANT public favor, LEAVE ARRIVE
fur Trouble Expected. The latest rumor is that another daughter then I'melected. No. 81 No. 83 No. HO No 82

The general belief is that the dangerof of the Prince of Wales is to follow the ax- To Sell you your Orange Boxes and 7:40 pm 9:00 a m..Saatord.8:10 a 1:10 p m

an attack on the jail is not great, ;yet ample of the Duchess of Fife and marry out Orange Wraps, and will do it if you 8-01 p m i+:30 a m..Paola..7:59a 12:47 pm
sufficient to justify measure of defense of royalty, the man of her choice being an Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co. 8:34 p m 10:22 a m.Sorrento7:34a. 12:17 pm
English earl. will come to see us. 8:4't m 10:46 m.M t Dora.7:22a 12.00
on the part of the sheriff. That officer, p a pm
with a Jose of picked men, well armed, Severe earthquake shocks have occurred Chilled Plows and SugarCane 9:00 p mll:10 a m.Tavares-7:10a 11:50 pm
is now in the jail building. He says he in the government of Rotate.,Asiatic Russia. WE WANT Mills.; Daily except Sunday. No. 18 connect
means to defend the jail with his life, if Three villages were destroyed. at Sanford with West India Faat Mail. No.
F, necessary, and nobody who knows the A terrific encounter between Turlaeh You to know that we are Agents for the s. 82 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand

man doubts his purpose. If the Jail be troops and a band of brigands has taken Ocala Rock Lime, red will furnish H.a/y. Sanford accommodation for point
attacked there will be bloodshed. Gov place at Eiassona. The Turks succeeded in it low down. North.
ernor Ilichard>on has telegraphed the dispersing the brigands, but lost tweaty Indian River Express.
sheriff to call on the Spartauburg state killed in the fight while the brigands lost
No. 27 ,
troops, if necessary. only six WE WANT HERE WE ARE AGAIN! 12 40 p. m.Lv.Jacksonville Ar.12 No 40 p 78 m

The Fir Record. You to know that we burn our own ;/>. 30 p m...,......Palatka..........1U 45 a m
MANY CLAIMS STAKED C-=F Fin in Gray & Baffy's rfx-story: : brick Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, 4 13 p m......DeLand J unc...... 8 4-1.. m
furniture factory, 93, KX)and 1ft: Congress *
4 23 p m..Orange City Junc.. 8 30 a m
By Boomer la the Southern Part of the street, Detroit destroyed the building, together can give you bottom prices.
4 40 p m..Enterprise June......8 18.. m
with the Carrol & Hunt Chair
Cherokee Strip.ARKANSAS com 4 49 p m..Enterpr....... 7 50 a m
CITY, Kan., March 10.- patty's establishment en insured.the west. Loss, WE WANT J.V.\ ROGERS & GO 5 06 p m.{)steen.......... 7 OS a m
1250,000 only
; partially .
Two scouts: have returned here from a Fire early Tuesday morning destroyed ttM You to know that we handle Cement 6 12 P m.......LaGrange....... 5 12am

two weeks hunt in the Cherokee strip. building of Stern, Mayer & Company, a and Plaster Hair. 6 20 p m...Ar Titusville LT-. 5 00 a m
They retort claims staked off with logsall wealthy clothing firm of Cincinnati. Loss, Before an intelligent, appreciative and Daily except Sunday. Steamers leave Ti-
over the south part of the strip. tusville for all
$300,000 insurauc abort $250,000. daily except Sunday, point
They saw quite a number of settlers, Fire destroyed; Cost's hominy min, at WE WANTTo discriminating public, present our elves to Indian River as far south as Melbourne
but not enough to occupy all the claims Frankfort lad. Loss and make bow that at 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne
staged off, it is believed that others 10,000; insurance, impress upon your minds that we our announcing ware e
Mondays, Wednesdays and at oaOO
15,000. Friday
were lading in the Lru h. At the big represent candidates for their favors, good a m for all points south as far as Jupiter
bend of the Arkansas river there Sporting Sparks.
camped a lot of men. who threatened to At a prize fight Bear Wilkesbarre, Pa., Thompson! & Edwards. wishes and-cash. connecting then with stage for Juno and ail

cross the river and burn the cattlemenout Saturday between Jack Hefterman and Jack of Chicago, landings on Lake Worth.

and appropriate the barb wire Carter, HefT-ravm.: was seconded by hie The largest manufacturers of Fertilizers As blood id thicker than water, so i is Halifax Iliver Express.
fences for their own use. mother, Bridget Ward over t Q. When her No. 27 No. 78
-- -- tlnu finally cams o3 victorious, she claspedhim in the west and keep constantlyon cash v ttCiKfln credit. We propose toP 12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar.12 40 p la

t VVCR5E THAN LA GRIPPE. in Ler arias exclaiming: "Well done hand the following brands of their 2 20 p m.Ar Palatka LT.10 45 a m
-- Ina bov. Yes mithir ndsrt raise tor out of the old row And Sell our 2 50 m..Lr Palatka
A New and Horrible Malady from Which yo Goods: p Ar.._ 9 35 p m
tht Nichol ,,"',' ATukvtkNEW nothing. Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for bard 6 00 p m..Ormond.......... 6 25 p m
YOKE,. March 14.-A Dunlap Pe. ooa.L World of Good, for Orange Tre'. 6 2.) p m..Ar Daytona Lv,?- 6 00 a m
cable from Dresden A fir Peter Genius of Uw firm of J. and l". World of Good, for Truckers. Cash. Daily: except Sunday.
1 says: mysterious i is dead. Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, No.
Coats fine Ground Bone.
has Pure
epidemic at Sclavonish
t appeared Hyda Appfeton A. 1L%Ph. Dl, We handlfe a first-class line ofClothing 82 West Bay street and at Union depot
Ls-.eck and 1 reyberg, near this city. has Inca ukxrted prehidont of Blood, Bone and Potash. Jacksonville.J. .

Three at deaths Esswrk have and la.two.en at place Iruyberg.Ahoe in twodays Pa., C\'U.t-: to succeed :Edward H. Magill ChicagOjBone )}ea1. A. LABNERD, G. D. ACKEBLT

who have been attacked retired to t LLD. r &k'd.CONDENSeo. Dissolved Bone. Supt. Gen. Pas*. Agt.W. ;

1 b.d in good spirits and slept in some P. LAw sun,Ticket Agt,Titusville. 1
cases twenty to forty-eight bou All TELEGRAMS. WE WANT D. F.JACK, General Manager.

efforts to awaken \ bodies wera unavailing Hlior EveoU and Little lltfpponlnj at You to know we keep on hand Both Ready-made and to Order. GEO. E. CHASE. A. a CHAPFELL.
and the
; appeared to
have decomposed during sleep. Great Various Places. Sulphate of Potash, GEO. E. CHASE & 00.
A bill has
boon introduced in parliament ,
entertained that the ourGents'
fears are malady is Land Plaster,
contagious at Ottawa, Canada, to prevent United
States citizens obtaining employment in that) Canada II. W. Ashes, SHIP CHANDLERY a

Ttit..... K I .M by*. itHintry.Th Tobacco Stems and Furnishing Department t
KAKSAS CITY. March 13. -The Rev. I. \nM.l privileges have been let 011 a eonz -
Cotton Seed Meal. ,
David McGrrw, pastor of the colored : act that will bring t.Iw company |700 000 a.
Bapv-st church at AI'tn8U"onglrs. Andrew ': year more than the old one. Is Complete. Nobby Hats from

iieyman, and William Jackson all I I The sonoma to fill up the harbor at Chi- WE WANT first-class hands and Shoes to suit the Patent Los, Wire Yoke Rim, 1
co'oreJ, were run over by the Union cngo for alleged! world's fair purposes will You to Give Us a Trial on something. <
Ptoillctnain'Fu siay evening and kUlod. I I p.-of-Huly receive attention at Washington. most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and FISHIHQ ftFAF, SPRUCE T.iTiTrcrn, r.

They were returuing from Cleveland has sold "Red Top and cleared WE WANT '
Armstrong, 'j I Hand Satchels, too low to Agent for Deroe & Co., Paints, Tule j
had attended church 'lOO,( J.. quote.
where thuy a meet
ing. Th Texas blizzard killed several thousand To merit your patronage by fair and Life Preservers Tent & Awviag Co..

... .- head of cattle. honest dealings, and we mean business. For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we cannot Patent Anchors. 1'

AtianiMer' V..rrqu.tai fxtra.LUFFS Groat storms along the Atlantic coast BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS.
TRY US.Respectfully. be excelled in the county.
C'occn.B Iowa. March 13.- thrcnUu' to put whole beds of oysters pi1-
Tuesday afternoon Andrew Houk, a maturely in the soup -:o: Correspondence Solicited. Telephone .;
dam* ler and worthies* character shot t fliers are over,18,000 unsettled accounts oa: We earnestly ask an inspection of oir $& 1.

and ttroualy wounded Mrs. Kittle Bow. ;! tho books of United States treasury. Good before buying elsewhere.J. Nos. 88 90 E.- St.
trs, and then suicided. Houk was madIt Is expected that the lottery bin wfllba Jay ,

ly in love with.Mrs. Bowers but she did L reintroduced tn the Horth Dakota kgislaton. : J S WATSON. .& CO JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
not :reciprocate hence the shooting. 1.u.j Pwc, W. Rogers & Co. ttl1yr" .


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: }ARE ,OP A BRITISH VESSEL have tbe named pope 5 said to be falling fast, and U Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve. -

...:.... Cardinal Vanutelli as his
"':. .!. Waeh II.,. Lead tie IDM..... r. suo THE BEST SALVE In the world for Cuts, razi '\ / TriEBESTSpRlHG

I WIi : Uoitd Comp"'r tlom. At a meeting of 800 miners at Essea Sim- Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, FQ- C) .

WasIL, Haroh 1--About day a resolution was adopted apposing the ver Sores Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains I ;wfLY 4'40 MEDICINE
demand f .
a SO Corns and all Skin Eruptions :r
weekS ago the British. ship Craig- M. Eiffel per cent advance in wages, -- ..,
: the celebrated French and positively cures Piles or no pay re- ,Jq. faeC.
tor wheat The engineer
ariivedlllere next has arrived in London. The chief oi quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect V ;:>" IN THE WORLD IsAS
?: teeD of her t1"'eW came ashore his visit is to confer : satisfaction refunded. Price & Sv '..e.
with Sir Edward Watkin or money o \o.. P'I; % o
I 'ref $eII to return notwithstanding regarding the proposed tower fro be tea 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & <: O oC.V
? v ,
d signed articles a two year ted in England on the lines of M Grey. 1019. ... \ Ibcc., b-\Gb.
"" 4 captain was instructed by Eiffel's Paris f.Y .
The : tower though larger.A .. A.. L... $" .
STSitish consul at Port Townaead The Great Social Requisite. ("t" c. ,, ..

;" lt the men as deserters. The sailors Scrap of Paper Saves Her "" V .. $-o".v o. .. :,);
N 4' "
. sued for their wages, and a justice Life. Blue Blood" is still an essential part / A. olio"' Ib :-. .. >4
"* of the social question, but after all \v .. A SPRING
sent a constable to take It great 7 .o IS' }
id. .:.,dlye penes bl the ship. was just an ordinary scrap of wrapping pure blood is the key of life, and P. P. P. ,, : 1w' ...e'0 ZP MED I PINE TOCUREANDTONE
.' -I..f'f"tI paper, but it saved her life. :'Q Ct rJ'
be t It-cocstable ie still in possession of in the last She was has achieved phenomenal success .:s a ,- "'Oo"4-.4$'( #
l& J'be to stages of consumption told purificant and corrector of all ailments '::> > ,
Vse1 and refuses permit her to by physicians that she 4' c:+.;) 'l1 ,,-s.j UP THE GENERAL
:cbI JDOVtd. The Cza.igend was dying the could live was incurable and arising from bad blood and its contin- $jIbX..y .. o&V I AILMENTS OF THE
only a short time #
she le
Bag at the time of her seizure, less ; weighed gent unhappy effects. For sale by all ooiIb"t
seventy pounds. On .
a piece of .
aDdl wyert say UJe case is sure to bring wrapping she druggists. te4 4' '" .. .
read of
tIII ] international compHcationg. The New paper Dr. King's 0-;"- t.'0'>>'l1 $,. I 'W'. ,
iartt '
Discovery and -
IIIa I got a sample bottle ABBOTT'S EAST INDIAN CORN / .
at Port Townsend is
consul exfLtod ",
British! here soon and will probably deHf it helped her, she bought a large bottle, PAINT removes all Corns. Bunions and ;f......4,4eqJ .. 9' 4. '

tom the release of the ship it helped better her fast more, bought another and Warts. "'<.>'.. .qY'l1*.:.v' ...9v* f
grew continued its .
use and is
A question has arisen between the con- ot'vvs9 a 4 tM P @j
III now strong, healthy LADIES
the United States rosy plump, weigh-
and customs
111 staNe ing 140 pounds. For fuller Necomg tonic or children that want building
doers as to the custody of the barom- send particular -..-.., up,should take
31 and two compasses, valued at $500, stamp to W. II. Cole. Druggist, ?' 13Ito'VN'S IRON BITTERS.It '
31 t6I were taken from the vessel by thecostable Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this won is pleasant to take, cures Malaria Indigestion a a v
derful ,and Biliousness. All dealers keep it.
11 Disbovery free at Dixon &
and placed in the hands of a Gray's

11n jeweler! for safe keepl drug-store. 22: Advice to Mother
11n ) Collector Hayden claimed Mrs.WnrsbuWs aoorniMO: tnuPlhouldahrarl .
Deputy Persons
dutiable should be who lead a life of exposure are be used when children are cuttiug te th. It relieves :
. thxt the goods subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lum- the littlesuffererat once; it produces natural, : RSS
tamed over to him. The jeweler, un- bago and will find quiet sleep and the little cherub awakes 88"brightas D.
7 der instruction* from the constable de- a valuable remedy in a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It S SYPHILIS
to snrrender the instruments Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment soothes the ehil..softens the gums,allays all pain, aAOe rd w
t dined collector ; it will banish pain and subdue infla- regulates the bowels and is the bt>known remedy ..
deputy forcibly whether
whereupon for diarrhoea, arising from teething or
mation.When. endorse P.P.Pas a splendid combination
i JBized them as smuggled gogda. other causes. Twenty-fire cents a bottle. FROM NEW YORK CITY. and prescribe It with great satisfaction foe the cares cc
, Mr. A B. Hawkes-Pear Sir: Yocr PATENT all forme and Primary, Secondary and T>nW
NEROEGS AND NEW ENGLAND. you are constipated, with loss of EYE GLASSES received sometime since and avery m
appetIte..headache, take Dr.J.H. McLean's IE83 & MEAD NOISES COIEJbyI much gratified at the wonderful change that
Orpntsed Bft'on0 Induce aft Rxodns Little Liver and Kidney Fillets they are DEA I !-eck'. INVISIBLE TVBBUt IAICOSHI3XS. has come over n')'eyesight since 1 have discardedmyoid s re
1 Whispers Comof.rt&hl. glasses and am now wearing yours.
from the South to That Section. I pleasant to take and will cure you' 25 cents ..S.falwlle..11 K M4lM fall.S.1day RICOX! ALKXASDEB] AGAR.
MIl,nit Br>dwv>li.w I.rk. WriU for twok.f f rMb I'lL&&. LAary
BOSTON, March 12. An organized ; a vial. -- Secretary Stationers' Board of Trade,
II Allfittt.d at tLeDrng Store of
effort is being made to induce an exodus Take DeWitt's Little Risers. 25 DIXON & GRAY, TITTJ8VILLE FLA. ffifif

.' of southern colored people to New England Early Syphilis,Syphilitic SeroftUona Ulan
i And SOTM.Glandular : ,Malaria,
DeWitt's Little r
Early Risers there. !
) The scheme finds its motive in get hair. old Chronic Ck*.. that hire rMtited all tre tm nt

the lack of suitable domestic servants in Faults of 11PARKER'S .
digestion cause disorders of the
Sew England and in the desire of cer- Gray
liver, and the whole system becomes de- .
tain original Abolitionists to place the falling a
ranged. Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening : : ,
in condition of civil
freedmen a liberty. sawCatarrb
Cordial and Blood Purifier the
perfects 0
--- ------- e e
){r. Stillman B. Pratt says the people
cess of digestion and assimilation, and thus
of this section have within a few years CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
found out that the women of the negro pure blood. { :.: : PENNYROYAL PILLC.. ,hkln DlacaMS. fcoema: Chronic Female Corn
If suffer ,'& A. plaints, Mercurial Poison,Tttur, Eealdb ad,etc,stn.
race make the best servants that can be you pricking pains on movingthe _'t(1! I Cross Diamond lirrl.i1.Tbeoaly P. P.P.Is a powerful tonic and an exeelleet apnlter.balldln !-_
had, and there is a constantly increasing eyes, or cannot bear bright light, and \fl. reliable pm for ule. Pcn-d HOW?

demand for them from all parts of find your sight weak and failing,you should izy Blond tar*. Ladles UrBdi,auk wed Draccltt_!&llio boJlell for tai,_ii-i,:,4 i.

New England.The promptly use Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening 'C' withbiu.rrbboa.Takeaoother.Se. < 4e.tamp. "Can the world knew a man has a good
( ) for puUn1an and KelHf<< fcr
intention of the promoters of the Eye Salve. 25 cents a box. '* "< ftdlcwi M w.1I.alL AemCUehester ,Pa+a. thing; unless he advertises the possessionof
immigration movement is to have whole Chemical Co,u dlMw tiQ.,1.h11ac1A.l's, it. '-VANDHRBiLT.ILuI1 e
Ask Dixon & Gray whatDeWitt's Little
families come on-the women as ser-
Tuta and tb.j men for laborers-aui he Early Risers are. HINDERCORNS.

tars the purpose is to colonize them Eupepsy.This Tie only't to pmMre the t' at Corns.Dru",, Stops itt&. U all(!!COx pMn.&Co.Fnroreaeoiufoi ,N.Y. l Ladies whose?op systems the system ars poisoned sad whose blood
throughout New England{ in the same Is what you ought to have In Is In an Import condition due to men tra>1 InfO rn1 r1LA -

wtythat Vermont is encouraging the fact you must have it, to fully enjoy life. I. gY U" CONSUMPTIVEurh.
immigration of Swedish families.Mr. gout nu Uronchitis Atrthma. Indlpet-tionl UsePARk18R'SCP1CER
Thousands for it and
are searching daily. TONIC. It has cured
Pratt says the local authorities of mourning because they find it not. Thou- the wot(':\Rt..II.!1'4 tie best remedy fur all ills arising WRITE US I
J Q'ective nutrition. Take in time. We. And 1LO&
Maine New Hampshire Vermont and Aties
1 sands upon thousands of dollars are R I
Massachusetts, have promised to deal spent annually by our people in the hope wherever you live,and

.j liberally with them, and that as soon as that they may attain this! boon. And yetIt a we will ship you a
the proper shall have arrived the are-cnllarly benefited by the wonderful sonic and
be all. We that 0
word will be which will start may by guarantee fine instrument on ISDays' blood cleansing properties of P.p.Pn Prickly Ash,Pot
spoken a Electric Bitters, if used according to directions I Root and Potaiilom.
Test Trial in
considerable exodus from the southern
in will
and the use persisted ,
ctates. bring you Good Digestion and oust the How Lost How RegainedTNT" e e your own home.

RIP VAN WINKLE OUTDONE. demon dyspepsia and install instead Eu- -

We recommend Electric Bittersfor &
pepsy. ENCE .
'A Man Stars Away From Ills Home dyspepsia and all diseases of the liv- ,: a 1 .

i 4 -,' Nearly Thirty Year er, stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c.

(' 't' M OfcHKOSH, WIs., March 14.-Fritz and $1.00 per bottle by Dixon & Gray LIPPMAN BROS.

'j r:'t Jabusch walked into the house of his druggists. 22 NO CASH REQUIREDUntil WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, Proprietore,

i :', relatives in this city yesterday, after an Cleanse your breath with DeWitt's Lit- lippman Block. SAMNNAH, c."

'. absence of nearly thirty years. The story tle Early Risers, Dixon & Gray. .KNOWTHYSELF you have tested and approved. Our freight +
-,. he told was a most: romantic one, for he N both ways if instrument fails to please in either ,

1" had long been mourned aa dead. In 1862 His girl didn't go back on him becausehe THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA to style give price fair and or full quality.test, and Ours buy the if risk fully,yours pleased only(. ....;. .1." 1.z."- #-..--.--"- ...._....b.c
Mr. Jabuach unlisted in the army and used DeWitt's Little Early Risers.A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatiseon
the Errors ofYouthl'rematureDecUneNervoUi
'went to the f rout. His relatives heard and Physical Debility, Impurities of the Blood. 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied BEST ZEEt)
from him regularly until m the summer sort of lethargy sometimes takes pos-
of 1863, when his fetters ceased, after a session of the Kidneys and bladder; they r by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL are those put cp by
d g PLAN first introduced in the South by us. Fair-
J battle in which his regiment had been should be promptly stimulated to healthy est method of sale possible and a great benefit to D. 4. FERRY & co.

'4 engaged. His parento, of course, supposed action by the use of Dr. J. II. McLean s D those at a distance who cannot visit our ware-rooms Seedsmen Who are the in the Largest world.D. .

him dead. Liver and Kidney Balm. I I a( .M. FMHT&CO'S
Be now states that ha was left for blood much ALL RISK SAVED Beautifully IIIuMrated Descriptive
4J dead on the battlefield was found by The quality of the depends Resulting from Folly, Vice, Ignorance Excesses orOvertuatlon.
J upon good or bad digestion; to make the Enerva'in an l unfitting the victim By this trial plan, and purchasers absolutely.- LEE
rebel and
troops, placed in a hospital blood rich in life and strength-giving con- for Work, Business, the AfarriCdor Social Relation. I iured perfect instruments at the very lowest
when he recovered was imprisoned at Avoid unskilKnl pretenders. Possess! this great possible cost. Selling only the, best instruments for 1890 will b* mailed FREE to aU
rt libby pri.on. Here he remrae over a stituents, use Dr. J. McLean's Strengthening work. It contains S'I K) pages, royal fero. Beautiful made, that will stand the most severe and applicants and to last season's customers -
found him- Cordial and Blood Purifier, it will binding, emboeeed, full gilt. 1'ru only $1.00 by comprehensive tests,we do not fear to send them out III* better than ever. Every -
year until exchanged, and he nourish the of the blood from mail, postpaid, concealed in plain wrapper. Illus- m trial and let them stand solely on their merits. person using Garden,Floweror
self on the Atlantic coast without money properties trative Prospectus Free, if yon apply now. Tile All we ask is the privilege of shipping on ap Field SEEDS should send for it.
and hundreds of miles from home. He I which the elements of vitality are drawn. distinguished author, Wm. II. Parker, )I. P., re- proval. No suit, no pay. Our freights if we faiL D. M.FERRY4.CO.
shipped ott board a merchantman for the REWARD from the National Medical Association for EASY TO BUYFrom

East Indies as a' common seaman. and Is certain if reasonable effort is made to this PRIZE ESSAY! on NERVOUS and
hag He ha DEBILIT Y.Dr.Parker and
followed the since. PHYSICAL acorpsof
sea ever
cure a cough by the use of DeWitt's Cough Assistant Physicians may be consulted, confidentially us bv correspondence. No matter whether
acquired a competence, and decided to this remedy is cor- by mail in at the omce of you live either ten or a thousand miles from a*
II and Consumption cure.
nettle down in his old home. THE PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, We chip to all Southern States. Our system is
rect and certain in its action and costs no No. 4 Bulflnch St.,Boston Mass.,to whom all p-rf.'ct. Prices in plain print and alike to all.
more than unreliable preparations, insist orders for books or letters for advice should be One price oaly. No more, no less. Large
FAILED FOR 500000. having it. For sale by Dixon & Gray directed as above.NfWHOMt Discounts from makers prices. All competition 6
upon .. met. Complete outfits free. All freight
-- -
&Iloo & Frerws of Sou FrancUoo-Many paid. Easy installments. Every inducement that
. The farmer's friend has for many years any fair dealing house can offer.
, P Poor .. Their Staving.
People <> Volcanic Oil Liniment
beeu Dr. J. McLean's .t ELADIES tsAYQRItf
SIN FRANCISCO, March 12.-Among I| for horses, cattle, kogs and bf>ep. It Write for Valuable Information.
the heaviest of the banking Omits, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Fat*
creditors has proved its worth in thousands! of cases. Catalogues, Circulars, SpecialFall
cut business conducted for MOOCMATC flit.
house which failed 1 s.1HE
of Belloc & Freres
r When the stomach lacks vigor and regu- Offers-1880. Copy of new OUT Orricr is OPPOSITE U. S. PATENT hose
Friday for and in less loan
$500.000 are: we can secure patent tuue
Paper Sharps and Flats"ALL -
there will be flatulency, heartburn
Charles Mavne. capitalist, $141,700. larity remote from Washington.
nausea, sickness, headache, nervousness. FREE. Address Bend model drawing or photo.,with descrip
E. L Dartinger Hassenbe, $46,300. Cor- tion. We advise, if patenuble or not free of
San Francisco Savings and Loan society Use Dr. J. H. McLeansStrengthening charge. Our fee not due till patent 1s secured

$25,000.: dial and Blood Purifier to give tone and g UDDER 8c HATES A Pall PH E!. How to Obtain Patents,"with

The London and San Francisco bank, regularity to the stomach. names town, sent of actual free.clients Address in,jour State,count:.or

24000. L

The Anglo-California bank, $19,000. Neuralgic ..PersonsAnd resulting 1NEWOODWORKi SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE, C.A.SNOW&CO.Off. .
with nervousness
troubled AtAei MENtSCH
The creditors number 270, and the majority overwork will be relieved by taking '
or .
from care PATENT Orriec. WASHINGTON. D. C.
are poor Frenhpeople, whose individual Bitters. SAVANNAH, CA.11Y .
Brown's Iron Genuinehas 5WIN6 MACHlNtCf OKANCC MA55S7.LOUIS.UO.
deposits are less than 1000. and crossed red lines on wrapper.
trade mark
Hippolyta Belloc, the present head of ,0 YEA IOANTAu Lt.

the firm, was well known in the city ADVICE. SONII
yean ago and was regarded as a very "Keep your beak cool, your feet warm, |[ niBB--Tjq:
conservative man. He married a'6OC e- liver active and trust in God,"was the --} with the men who advertise. Ton

ty belle of this city the daughter of Gen. your advice of a celebrated phpsician to a patient, "The Gladstone will never lose by it."-BBK. FKANKUX.Jff .

SowelL The marriage was followed by you can regulate the action of your liver, Write L. & B. S. M. H.about it. s

the suicide of the bride who poisoned kidneys and bowels by using DeWitt's Sar- EL LAMP"Ih.

herself on a in Lone Mountain reliable blood -
grave saparilla, an absolutely purifying the flnert lamp IJI the world.
cemetery. After that Belloc retmmed remedy, for sale by Dixon & Gray.In ltglTesat are*softtyrillf-
to Paris, where he has since resided. ant poser. iiKDtoi83c nui9
Purer and brighter
Tne firm h reported to be worth $1- the decline of life infirmities beset us -- than KM light softer than \ - -

000,000, and owns banks doing a profitable to which our youth and maturity were electrlo cheerful light than-more either. THE INTERNATIONAL TIPIWRITER
business in five leading cities of our kidneys and liver are sub- A. wtartetout Hqhtfrom
South America the principal establish- strangers, Dr. ordinary lamp trill
derangement. butnothirg equals
ject to Seeing is:Belle\
meats being in Lima and Valparaiso.Foreign J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balmas A "'oDdertUllamp g .

of these it I* Indeed. Never
a. regulator organs.
;'S tneedstrimming. never
GREAT SCOTT mokes nor breakschlmneysnever"amel.S HOW'S YOUR FENCE ? t

Prince Bismarck has declined to permitthe I Why don't you cure that cough? De''fitt's &t of the oil;" no flickerin -

German West Africa company to sell] Cough and Consumption Cure will do it. GAme.lIoa.nnol&11Ce?,no cllrabinif of the of ; We have the CHEAPEST and Best

'Partof its posseesiontto! aDAn&-Dutch syndicate. This remedy is positively certain, prompt ,, any not kind.explode.and can Aud s4 WOVEN WIRE FENCING

and thoroughly satisfactory, if you have f, besideattgivesaetearswhitehght,1OtOAO. r 3 i Wire Rope Selvago.
Scientific fanning In Italy fa to be undertaken tried it know this statement to be a fact,
you times Mae A brilliancy J
this year by* company owning a cap* if have not you are doing yourself an of GIlL ordinary AOHM

***of JOOO, If the operations prove It is sold by Dixon & Gray. .p' Brass Klekel. Gold or eav Ii .
oecesrful the pulled b y
dd wooden plow, A Antique Bronie Also foe -
oxen, that has held the field sinoo an era bo NOTICE. r Extension Study Lampfor IS ''r.'
The Gladstone i '-''':; ,
tore Ioro.the, Roman Caesars, will probably hay All concerned will take notice that, six Clergymen, Editors, Students, Teachers, = _r.ff.II-a: \;,-( .. """
Professors, Lawyers, Physicians and other
The ooadition of Lord Tennyson: is mud I months after date, I will present my final professional men. A-trictl- flrttt.I*'** machine.fa .ad std

taprored. account to Honorable Minor S. Jones, The Gladstone Banquet Lamps. made from v.rjr bt material, bj '.'11Io'Nand

The Italian government officially denta I | County Judge of Brevard county, Florida, The Gladstone Piano Lamps.Bend with best t*>l*e\tr .lutlN'4 tWarmitdt :""Crf0N'.
from U U tcaubertt
,ttatiU action in Africa directed againd I and pray for an order dismissing me for price list. Single lamps at tD Aol >= '10 JJrCKD BIOS AT-eo czars PIE BDD. Uu very hest typewriter extant. CmrhJ ol 11 nt.

I the further execution on the estate of John sate sent safely by express.' Lawn. Garden.Poultry and Stock Tend aU Injr 10 t.. r m,.r*.swirdlnic u>the
Emia Pub has arrived at Zanzibar. 1 E. Moore, late of said county, deceased. : "'Oetourpriees. "Seeing to believing. CUa and width..aatea'ma&dl. PrteeIlo.'Bo1474ealert. ability of then wntw. PRICK, t TOO.
GLADSTONE ,LAMP CO., .relakt Pal4. BRdtol'etrea1an. Address, PARISh H.FO. CO.,
Pop. Leo old Sunday. S. H. RAYAdministrator.
XIII wa 80 yean 'D II&IIt'LID wob wltznisico. IUoo, u.r. PAKISH7. T.
!>r. BereiraObe* has been elected pred I Titusville, Jan. 6, 189C.J. 386mo. 71 Fork Place, Jewrerk., ,-.s.-Alt4t.4 LA",'.4 arz&Y 1n... Aceats wanted.

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.. Cocoa. Helen A. Clark and Mrs. D. Bethune manner of growth, habits, etc., and inci -
,Mr. David Wingood visited Cocoa on Duffield, of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. H. F. dentally referred to the fig banyan, mulberry BAZAAE

Monday.At Williamson, of Duluth, Minn., Mrs. A. ,and other trees of the same family

this writing the weather is bright A. Taylor, and Prof. 'V. H. Peck and The paper was very instructive as well as Has just received a splendid line of all kindsof

wife, of Cocoa, with Capt. McNiel in interesting, and it is to be hoped Mr.

" and balmy again. charge. A delightful day was enjoyedby Kinzel will follow it with others of the Shoes. Everything, from a fine Kangarooto
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher, of Court-
all, and the party sailed home happy same kind. The singing was well tendered -

ney, visited Titusville last week. and laden with fruit and orange blos- and the thanks of the Society was low-quartered Lawn Tennis, at prices A

Mr. George Speer, of Sanford, has tendered to all who took part in both the

come to Cocoa and is head clerk for :Mr. soms.Mr.. C. K. :Marsh, of Wilkesbarre, Pa., singing and preparing of papers. The entirely below anything ever offered in Tit -

O. K. Wood. died here on March 12th, at 1:15 o'clocka. election of officers was speedily clone, asby

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sterling enter- m., and his wife left with his remains motion all the old officers were reelected usville before. Send for the best pair of Slogans
tained Doctor Cross and the Rev. Mr. A. unanimously. J. C. Hoagland,
; on the steamer St. Sebastian that morning Esq., and l1issIarsh were requested to
3: ?. Sharpe during their stay in Cocoa. i for her Northern home. She was prepare papers to be read at the next ever offered in this market, 120. lit-

.Mr. and Mrs. R. Cable, of New York accompanied as far as Titusville by Prof. meeting of the Society, they to choose

City, with Mr. and :Miss Wiser, of Eng- '. H. Peck and :Mrs. M. J. Pipher. their to own be taking subjects.considerable The communityseems interest A Big Line of Underwear and Flannel Shirts Just Received r

land, were guests of the Peck House last About two months ago Mrs. Marsh in these meetings, which is as it shouldbe E

N .week. b roii :ht her husband to Florida, hoping as the Society is aiming to give not J. P. TURNER c3 co.

Mrs. Tancre, of "West End," Jupiter, that he would be benefited by our balmy only social entertainment, but information

has been a visitor in Cocoa during the climate, and for a time she had hopes of singers of who value took at part each at meeting.this meetingwere The GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GR.\IIAY,

past week at the residence of Mr. O. K. his ultimate recovery, but it was too late, Miss Gertrude Shepherd, Miss Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law.

Wood.. and that dread disease, consumption, W. Moore and Prof. J. B. Bodwell, sot oROBBINS: d3 GRAHAM:,

Mr. Ed Hathaway and Mr. Fred F. could not be overcome, and death won .ists, and Miss Kate Hamilton and Miss REAL ESTATE DEALERS, r
Dimick, who sang a duet, while
Taylor spent a most pleasant and success- the victory. Though Mrs. Marsh was Mrs J. N. Muiford presided at the organ. ,ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD &: EXCHANGED.

ful day in fishing at Lake Poinsett last among comparative strangers, she did not Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co., .
lack for kind attention and loving sympathy T. D. GIBBENS
Thursday. P. O. Box, 250; ,
as she and her husband had made
Miss Ada Wooten,an interesting young friends their the TITUSVILLE BREVARD CO. FLOI IDA.
warm during sojourn on MANUFACTURERS' AGENT ,
of Waukeesah, Fla., is visiting at
lady ,
indian River. We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list of
the home of her brother, Mr. J. F.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
Wooten, at Rockledge. Jupiter. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property -
Carries in Stock and Sells lanufac'turers' Indian River.
at on
1[,. Geo, Paddison, one of Titusville's Messrs. Blythe and Johnson, of In- I
Our facilities for the
Prices, transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled
rising young business men,and eldest son dianola, are here. and every effort will be made"to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who

of Capt. R. P. Paddison, was in Cocoaon Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Starr arrived hereon lard Canned Meats Flour may favor us with their patronage.No .
Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
business last Friday. Minnehaha .
Sunday evening.The Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-
The Rev. James Bolton will hold ser- Cbattahoochee has been sold and GRITS AND MEAL. priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.

vices in the new M. E. Church, Cocoa,on will be taken to Mississippi as soon as Correspondence Solicited.

', next Sunday, March 23d, both morning possible. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM Secretary. '

and evening, at the usual hours. Senator Quay, on the Corinne of Or- FOR SALE, Bre"Varc1. Abstract of Tltlo Oo.,

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson,of Oshkosh mond, passed the Inlet last week on his Incorporated A. D. 1889.CAPITAL .
Wis., and their friends, Mr. and way to the Gulf coat. STOCK, $5,000 ; FULLY PAID ; NOX-ASSESSADLE. l

Mrs. W. A. Fellows, of Ansonia, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Adams, on the Comfort, 52 Feet Long ; First-class Order, Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each ad-
were autographed at the Peck House a dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, vi%.,$3.00
have been here for time and
some past, Now Rocklcdse. Also for the first additional
at; and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.
few days ago. left for the North last week. (

Mr. Geo. M. Denny, of Newark, N. J., Burglars entered the 25-Foot Naphtha Launch Taxes Paid for Non-Residents.
post-office Sunday
after time in Sanford rFor a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
spending some ,
night and secured what money there was Now at Juno, Lake Worth. Also, annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax t
;, Fla., has come down to the Indian River in the cash drawer and a package of reg- Sale. 12 r.'

for a visit to his friends Col.and Mrs. C. istered letters. 21-Foot Naphtha Launch Box 250, Titusville, Fla. w

W. Harrison, in Rockledge.
Com. and Mrs. Welsh, on the Vogue, i All in First-Class Order. All will be -
f and her
Mrs. John J. Morris granddaughter E. L. BR.ADYGroceries
i and Capt. Bill Reed, on the Gordon, left Sold Cheap for Cash. ,
:Miss Gracie Clarke, both of here last week after enjoying their annual

Sew York City, reached Cocoa last week cruise down the Indian River. ADDRESS, Grain, Hay, Garden Seed Fertilizer

And are guests at the home of Col. and F. D. HUGHES, ,
Mrs E. C. Wade, at Rockledge. Captain John Bell, of Vicksburg,Miss., JUPITER, FLA.Brevard I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and
who is here in the interest of the pur- Fancy

The adjourned meeting of the Oleander chasers of the Chattahoochee, has been Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf
Point Picnic and Regatta Club, which Co. ,
quite ill for the past week, but is now
was to have been held at the residence o f: all kinds. Also my Stock of

Col.postponed E. C. ,Wade on account on last of Saturday the inclement, was improving Visitors are much interested in the STATE BANK Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat

.'weather. drills at the life-saving station, and Uncle I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line( of
Sam may well be proud of the courteous COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
A northeaster with
heavy freighted body of young men who, under Captain your patronage. Very truly, ,
the fragments of a blizzard, visited this 1889. E. L. BKA.DTT.
Carlin, form the crew at this station. ,
section last Saturday and Sunday, and
The yacht Wilful arrived here on the CAPITAL:
the thermometer went down to 360 for a Subscribed .
$35,000 Authorized,
2d instant and left on the 10th for the ; GOLDSMITH BROS.We
few hours, but no frost fell on account $100,000.ACCOUNTS .

of the constant blowing of the wind. Mr.northward. Com.of IlandyJfr.Darling Providence and SOLICITED e are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors and having
Murray, and Mr.
enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning, we solicit the good will of our
Mrs. Maddox wife of Col. Robert F
Wood, of Titusville were board and Money to Loan at Lowest Rates
on friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always keep a full Stock of
Maddox, one of the most prominent cot all hands enjoyed themselves while here.

ton merchants of Atlanta, Ga., with her DIRECTORS: Dry Goods Clothing Hats Notions Etc.
ALBERT TAYLOR President. ,
Lake Worth. ,
son,Mr. R. F. Maddox,Jr.,arrived at the I JAMES HOLMES Vice-President. .

Hotel Indian River, Rockledge,last week, Cool and pleasant but awful dry. R. B. HOLMES, Cashier. And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. We
and intend remaining there for a few'' Lots of visitors at the several hotels J. M. Sanders, J. F. Wooten.INDIANRIYERSTATE have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies, which is
and boarding houses. worth Seeing and Buying.

days.New houses are constantly being erected Dr. Gary arrived from Georgia on the BANK. We only deal in .

in Cocoa, and another pretty residence 8th, to look after his landed interests i in't-CJ.ass Goods,
this section. Titusville, Florida. Bought in first-class manner, and guarantee price as well as quality.
will soon be completed here,as we notice
that of )Jr. James Holmes, the banker, i s Sunday school as usual on the 9th and Incorporated under Laws State o! Florida. GOLDSMITH BROS., TITUSVILLE, FLA. '

rapidly going up, while the ground services at the usual places of worship at Authorized Capital, $100,000,

around his house are already tastily set the usual times. I Paid-up Capital, $25,000. S'travvberry Plants: : Sep"teaLbcr: ::

out with numerous tropical plants and An ice-house full of northern ice i is I A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN Nunan's Improved and IIq 'man's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000.. Order early.

trees. one of the numerous attractions at the SACTED. Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
JAMES PRITCIIAUD, President, INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.
Miss Annie Vrooman, the blind gir Hotel Lake "r orth. ,Yo B. BARNETT, Vice-President, Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapes' and
who,with her father,is traveling throughFlorida. Mr. C. S. Cragin is back again, this ""1)1.. BROWN, Cashier. Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.

giving entertainments in recitations time minus his wife. He won't build I. Directors: James Pritchard, \\". B. Ba rJUiiN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.

and music, after some weeks' stay his bringelow probably before next fall nett, J. H. Durkee, AVT. S. Graham, and

here with her relative, Mr. S. Shear, lef On the 8th the first picnic party to ever W. M. Brown. The New Rock Ledge Hotel.New EDGAR HOUSE

for Sanford last week. She gave several visit Lake Sunset by team went over Every favor consistent with ConsemtiyeCorrespondents House New Furniture. Cuisine best. ,

entertainment during her stay here, and from the Oaklawn House and spent a Bankin extende cd. Sanitary conditions information perfect.address For further Close to Indian River Inlet.

all who attended them were highly very enjoyable day. : Seaboard Nat'!Bank,of G. M. BRADLEY, Proprietor, FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.

pleasedL. Miss Etta Moore is home again fro New York Xat'l Bank of Jacksonville. ROCK LEDGE, FLA.

Mr. John Ransley, of Cincinnati, 0., her Chicago \' this time being mJACKSONVILLE ;Fish, Oysters and Game by the"

whose departure from Cocoa I chronicled panied by Mrs. J. Cooper, of MARBLE GO., Schooner, MANATEE, Millions. Boats, Wagons and Bug-

in'last week's notes, has returned here who will spend the remainder of the Dealers in'ltIonuments J. W. ZELLERS, Master. gies to take Tourists hunting or

He said he could not stay away,and afte winter in this tropical clime. fishing. Good Road from here to
This 28-ton Yacht can be chartered
getting; as far North as Jacksonville h e Several sales of land are reported already c Headstone for all points up and down the river, on the Gulf Coast.I .
turned back to spend a few more week this the coast, or to the Bahamas.
season, and these, it is said, are
on our lovely Indian River, and our littl to parties who will at clear 52 Iron Fencing, Commodious, safe and good accommo- have Lots and Houses to sell in
once and O 0!
town Cocoa especially. His friends wel build, thus i Z ti Lawn Furniture dations. Further particulars address Edgar Town. Call or Address:
greatly improving their
.corned him back. TITUSYIIXE, FLA.
property and proportionately benefittingthe : K< Marble, A..G. LAGOW, Proprietor.HODGSON .
The Rev. Joseph Cross,D. D.,L. L. D, whole section. Thee are the kind o. 5 *A' Granite, Slate, t I

of Hamilton, N. Y.,delivered a most elouent settlers we wish here, and this kind can 0.: | Onyx.o FOR SALE, "

<} and impressive'discourse to a larg always find land to suit them. both as to **
i and attentive congregation at St. Mark S price and location Building Stone,
.!::: Wire Fencing, BROS ;
Episcopal Church Cocoa The Bagger Grove
Sunday morn The Horticultural Society held its regular 3 Slate Mantels, ,
ing. Dr. Cross bas been in the ministry
I meeting in the East Side schoolhouse Iron Mantels.
sixty years, the first thirty as Methodist Merrill's Island Indian River
the night of the 5th. In the absence Grates.A ,
divine, and the balance as an ,. General
Episcopalclergyman. Merchants
of both the president and vice-presiden A Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South.
He is also ,
of I I
J. C. Hoagland, Esq., was elected chairman
: OC ;
several religious works of note, and is : )< ,.o<..M.x 1>0 Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostly
{ tan. A regular :: :: : U 1 I'II !!..
pro .
programme was .. I
still in oc )0< 1 in bearing, besides Limes, Guavas and
engaged literary work )0< ...
man of advanced .though a prepared and carried out, consisting o f ... ...)o< .... -1.1 J I II. ;;;0 Bananas, and about 8 Acres of uncleared Eau Gallie Florida. :
years. the reading of papers, singing, etc., i ir >-I....... ""11"1 t.o 5: Land. ,
The yacht Mackinac, owned by M connection with the regular business of ",)0..<........>-I .)0
Fred F. Taylor, took a merry party over the meeting. Rev. A. B. Dilley gave a \. TI dian and Banana River. I D4IER
For terms and other
I particulars address .
to Courtney on Monday of, this week, to very excellent discourse describing the I And all kinds of Tiling Hearths, Wire Mats;and ", .
visit the orange grove of Prof. W. H. Jewish Harvest Home festival; and the in StoDe.Seud fact. anything made of Wire,Iron,or any kind ol '

Peck. Among those on board we noticedMr. time and manner of its celebration. Mr for Catalogue at the same time stating the Dr. TVittfeld, Georgiana,. Fla.; Steam or Sail Bouts forCiarterJj tie
style of goods you are in need of M we hare di ['er. '
and Mrs. Charles Helen and Miss Franz Kiozel, who is a botanist, of note, : ent Catalogues.... in the ,different,branches- of our Or, F. H. GOTTLD, 15 EoscYille ave., .
Kate Eyer, of Webster City, Iowa, DIx rg. gave ,us a paper on the rubber tree itaI I basiu. 23 Day Wed or IODUI.
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