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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1890
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34175599
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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I LOCAL LACOXICS. ---J. S. Watson Co. A
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want lot
a of -Captain Paddison
Prayer meetings will be held at-the dropped oranges. from Jacksonville and returned home "Esmeralda" at Wager's Hall. Church Entertainment at

){ethodist Church every Thursday evening -New styles in ladies' dress goods his family. spent Sunday with On Tuesday night last the beautifuland Cocoa. .

i at 7:30. just opened at Goldsmith Bros. touching little drama "Esmeralda," COCOA, FLA., March 3, 1890..
Money Money II was most charmingly rendered to a'' Editor "
Money III to Florida Star
..Dr. E. S. Wiley sold a large lot : -
of -Mr.\ J. S. Watson loan crowded house. Each character
returned real was
from on
estate.
Apply to Robbins & The entertainment
trees last week to resident well conceived and given at the Methodist -
panery orange a Rockledge late last admirably act-
Graham
night, having Titusyille Fla.
4 of New Smyrna.Tax purchased ed. Our Titusville amateurs should church last Wednesday evening was
2,000 boxes
Collector Hall returned Gingras. of oranges from Mr. -Dr. Dodson is doing work in his line feel fully repaid for their trouble in in every particular a success and a most
from
of a quality and at prices that cannot be their decided success. Old man Rogers, enjoyable occasion to all. Promptly'at
trip down the river on the steamer a North Carolina farmer
tu M.
B. was
Bunnell. brick-layer and discounted. Call and persoL- 7:30 o'clock the
audience
large that
gt Augustine Monday. plasterer see. ated by Mr. W. :M. Brown. So "pat"was filled
is prepared to take contractsnywhere Messrs. Goldsmith Bros are improving the dialect, manners and costumeof the church building were called to order

,f, Messrs. Rogers and Gardner's fine on Indian River. Address the appearance of their store building the North Carolina backwoodsman, and the entertainment began with appropriate
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'OUDg grove at LaGrange was seriously all communications to Titusville one would have thought he really and
I ) I Flori- by two coats fresh paint. religious exercises, after which the
I fire about da. verily hailed from those mountainous
damaged by two weeks
.. ago. published
29 programme, with but little
fIt -Rev. Mr. Jones, Methodist regions, and was in Florida on a winter
Quite a number of places in the side- -Rev. J. T. Huntington who arrived has been on a visit to Osteen clergyman for visit. His quaint saying and comical variation, was carried through. The

irilkon Washington avenue need repairing in town last week, left for his place at i few days, a ways were greeted with laughter and opening address by Master Charlie Baldwin
returning to town
i at once. They are dangerous these enterprise, accompanied by his son, Monday. applause.-Lydia Ann Rogers, his wife, was ,well received. He briefly reviewed
John -J. S. Watson & Co. want all the perhaps the most difficult part'in the
dart nights. Saturday last the history of the church building
morning
and will vegetables play,.. was splendidly rendered by Mrs -
-The steamer Sebastian completed return here in about a week. you can ship them. Theycan j... D.v- ager. it is no caUed attention *rt what bad YiAAtt
repairs easy matter to --- ----
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I and started down the river last Fri -Mrs. F. T. Budge has been quite ill can get you as good prices here as you properly portray a scheming and furious accomplished and what still was needed

day bat is now stuck in the narrow channel the past week with throat trouble, but get by shipping north. laterally tempered of woman, but Mrs. Wager, and closed with an earnest expressionthat
I. -Call and see Mr. M. Goldsmith for very graceful bearing and our church might be the
two miles this side of Jupiter.All through the skill of the physician and lovely manners, amused the audience means of
careful your machinery to convey water to your immensely by her great good in converting the young and
who wish operations the nursing, she is now much im- displays of anger as
upon roved. Dr. Graham in groves, and be independent of rain. You she managed old man Rogers to suit her edifying the people of the whole com
teeth, or anything pertaining to dental was attendance.
will make whims and
original cost in one season. carry out her purpose.- munity and in affording a place where
work will find it to their advantage -Captain J. F. Lewis Miss Kate
to returned, Tuesday Mussenden was
very pretty as the North and South
-Captain Rice has
might shake handsIn
oil: on Dr. Dodson. Everything satisfactory. from a short visit to Orlando, where recovered from his Esmeralda, and in dress, speech and coy
recent illness sr fiA Christian fellowshio in this__ fvao___.<_ttf__ l
hia Sistpr AfrafToa as to nn. and ahmif. mannara. was a countrV' mlit1pn VPI"Vfair u ___
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-- -- -------.1 again. His case was considered quite to behold. Thehagf;; ;; ; m'the clime. .
-Mr. Goodyear's new steam launch present residing. He hopes to have his i coy maiden to of Mrs.
critical last week by his attending physi- woman character and B. C. Willard then came forward
ruin tqwn last Friday for a while, but sister and entire family residents of Ti- cian. purpose was magnificently: acted, and with a beautiful solo, which she

redid not get a chance to see her. She tusville soon. she was very effective and pretty as she with her sang
: -J. S. Watson & Co. have just received threw the jewels at her mother's feet .accustomed ease and with. good
I u just been completed by Mr. F. E. -Miss Rena Hines, of Tennessee, arrived two cars of different kinds of fertilizers and triumphantly asserted her woman effect.MUs. .
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7ojDcr, of Cocoa. here about two weeks ago, and has and hood.-Dr. W. S. Graham, in the char- Jennie Gray next appeared witha
you certainly will do well to
-Mr.and Mrs. S. R. Malloryof steamship been. stopping with her grandmother, write them for prices before buying else- acter of Dave Hardy exhuberant a Carolinian select reading. She has won the respect
Mrs. Owens. was a most and passionate -
Miss
fame, were guests at the Grand View Hines will shortly where. lover. He was so deep in love one and admiration of the Rockledge peopleas

)sat week, and are now down the river take charge of the public school on Merritt's Mr. would never have thought it possible the efficient head of their public school
J.
far I few days accompanied by their son Island, near Merritt.Mr. in A. McCrory, of Miami, was for .him to exist without Esmeralda. Her part was well rendered and demonr

i iod two daughters. Henry T. Edwards and Mr. A. town yesterday, on his way to Tampa Estabrook, a man of leisure was well started thorough training in the art of
and the Gulf coast. We think, by his taken by Mr. H. F. Atkinson. The }

Lake Worth land,improved or unim- iVyckoff, wife and daughter, of New conversation, that the phosphate boom quiet dignity and easy way of making reading. .
York, arrived at the Grand View Satur love be Miss Stiling, the charming sister of
proved, extending from lake to ocean, must have reached Miami. seem to really natural to our our

located in the centre of the settlement, day. They are on a pleasure trip, and townsman. He certainly won the applause hardware merchant, also gave a select t
started on Tuesday's -J. A. Durst of Crescent City, the of the house, and demonstrated reading. Her and
f o sale. For particulars address David steamer for Merritt he easy manner winning

.I fcown,Palm Beach, Fla. and other places between here and Lake pioneer is well-sinker of the S State of Florida Desmond was no, novice an American in lovemaking.-Jack artist in Paris, face attracted much attention.. It was

Worth. now operating Lake Worth, Fla., in said that she read
-The rain the person of our handsome Mr. J. as though she were In .
slight early Monday morn- where all communications may be ad T. Sanders, her home circle. Her
was splendidly acted. Nora
Doctor E. S. part was well re-
I f fog was highly appreciated in this section.Tblahas Wiley has purchaseda dressed and information received. Desmond was admirably represented by ceived.

been the dryest weather during portion of the lot in front of the Grand Mrs. J. P. Turner, whoso gentle, quiet .
-That and Mrs. Charles
young enterprising firm of Hammond Miss
t ft*past five months that our State has View, known as the Catholic church lot. way won from the audience sympathy Minnie
tiifiessed for This will enable the church to start Goldsmith Bros. are not only beautify and applause.-Miss Louise Jones was Johnson and the blind elocutionist, Miss

many years. building a house of the ing their store-room, but are constantly really beautiful as Kate Desmond, and Vrooman gave recitations. "
worship
f Capt.. H. Q. Hawley returned lastotonhy portion of the lot on remaining adding to their stock and are selling her acting was as graceful and natural Mrs. Hammond's name is a drawing
at almost .
;! from quite a prolonged trip any their as her personal charms are enchanting. card. She
at
up time. wares wonderously low prices. -Mr. E. D. Raney handsomeas does not come forward to fail.Her .

the Halifax. Heaps the"Mutual Life" -A -Messrs. J. M. Laflin and Theo Marquis de Montessin was very, a French adventurer style is always pleasing,and coupled
til pontoon boat, passed a fast yacht of petition, generally signed by the with
citizens Washburn returned to town Saturday but question arose how his a wonderful memory she never
Halifax, going to windward in tideWtey. of City Point, praying for the from their cruise down the river. Mr. lovely moustache grew so long and black fails to win great applause. Long live

establishment of a postoffice at Captain Laflin in the space of half an hour, yet he Aunt Jerusha!
who
has
Sharpe place, to be called Sharpes, will 1 spent the winter herebunting twirled it as gracefully as if he had really
-Yt.E. P. Porcher, of Courtney, was be forwarded at and fishing, left here for his worn one for the past ten years.-Mr. Miss Minnie Johnson is one of our new:.
to
once
s in tow last Friday, and from him we Washington home at New York Tuesday.An John Cameron was quite handsome as stars. She filled most acceptably the ,
An
learned that some of the vegetables: at effort is:: also being made for an item in the George Drew, an American speculator, place assigned her sister, and receivedwait .
other new postoffice near Eden.A STAR last week men- and nnA would have frnpooarl that. ha hJlt1
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Uaartaey were killed by the recent cold. merited annlanaa. .
tioned that the colored man who did the been trainefat-the-r( ;" to drive
a
AlTrojyc and Georgiana very Utile or no sad death by drowning occurred cutting at LaGrange, on another colored cheap bargain.Mr. Miss Vrooman very kindly consented '

damage was sustained. Monday night. Mr. John Roberts, of individual, was captured by Sheriff Bow Henry Egger with violin and Mr. to fill in for some necessarily absent. r

Jupiter, was the unfortunate onelie E. B. Wager at the piano delighted the Her recitations were well chosen
-'Mr, J, G. Mangold and his assistant man. Marshal Myers was the one who audience with giving.
was drowned in the lower end of Indian. sweet music. touches of humor and *
pathos ,
)Ir. Ford, arrived here Monday evening, River and his arrested him and brought him to town. We are informed that much of the poetry.
body found She
has
was at one won such that
reputation I
need ,
lad are now prepared to do all kinds of -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. I success of the play is due to the kindly
o'clock Cory,
accom-
on Tuesday afternoon. The de- interest and instruction of Mr. Geo.. \\ scarcely add that her efforts were received
Photographing at,Turner's gallery. Ow- ceased leaves a widow to mourn his sad panied by Mr. Wm. Brewster, of Cambridge Morton. with great favor.I .
1 fc{ to a mistake in the which Mas, arrived in The
copy was and untimely end. town Thursday entertainment was very pleasant, have gone somewhat out of order but
landed to us last week, we stated he evening last, and left Friday on board and we hope the troupe will give a con- shall
-Mrs. W. C. Barrett who has not forget the sweet
been singers. Miss-
Could be here the 18th, which should the steamer Canaveral for Mr. Cory's cert or another play at no distant day.
save been staying in town for the past three monthsor DEUNURItY.Uoclclcdge Nellie Simrell, a charming young lady
the 11th. Visit him at : place on the ocean beach
once near Pepper from
left here for short Pennsylvania, who is
I nd you will be pleased so, a stay at Kissim- Haulover. teaching the

mee and St. Augustine Monday, on her School. young Americans resident on Merritt'aIsland

': -Mrs. a P, Blake, of Providence, R. way to her home at Philadelphia. She -Miss Allie Martin, of Indianola, who Report for the month of February : gave several beautiful songs, sing j

,accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. was accompanied by her husband and has been on a visit to DeLaud, where her Star pupils-average for recitation and ing alone also in duet and with the choir.

Rorence Teel, arrived here last Friday Dr. Hutchinson, who will return here brother is at school, stayed in town for a conduct not lower than 98 per cent : She is one of the softest, sweetest sopranos

IBd are visiting Mr. J. P. Blake. Mrs. again before going north. couple of days on her return. She left Ruth Hardee Daisy Hardee. Mamie that has ever appeared on Indian

Blake is our townsman's here for her home on Monday afternoon's May Eva McDaniel, Rupert Paxton River. We .
aged mother. -Miss Mary V. Leinbach, who has are going to try to anchor

-,She visited Titusville, with her two been on a visit to her friend, Miss Kate steamer.liss visitor to Allie is always a welcome Joe Wilkinson, Myra G. Williams, Stephen her in this sunny land. ,

4&ughters several years ago. This seasonexpect Paddison, for about two months, left town. Ryder Louise Meyer and Horace Miss Ollie Lapham fully sustained her

they to go to Jupiter aud other here yesterday, on her way to her home -Captain Simonson returned with his Shares. reputation. Her alto is not surpassed in

P6bata of interest down the river. at Salem, North Carolina. Miss Mary party, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, last Fri- Roll of Honor-Perfect in punctualityand this country and her part in the duet ,

-We day afternoon, their trip lasting about attendance: Robert Arnold, Anita with Miss Simrell was beautifully
made ren-
friends her ,
received a pleasant call last many during sojournin
two weeks. Captain Simnnsnn started a Conova., John }Fultz. Maude Hardee. rlonwl. %
;JTloreday afternoon from Mrs. Becker, Titusville, who will be glad to see her -
Montreal day or so later accompanied by Mrs. Ruth Hardee, Daisy Hardee, Thomas Miss Kate E. Eyer a .cousin of our /.'
in
'JC Canada, who, with her husH town again at some future period.
Simonson, Miss Shaffler and Mr. Hardee Mamie well-known
** is Henry May, Eva McDaniel Kate A., sang a beautifulsolo.
'She staying at Rockledge this winter. -Captain Chas. Brock, of the steamer Dreyer, for a trip down the river going afar Rupert Paxton Joe Wilkinson, Meta She belongs to a singing family

fri&es says their grove which now com St. Lucie, contemplates renting a house as Indian River Narrows. They returned Wilkinson, Myra Williams! Florence and can't help singing. She was
over 2,800 trees, at City Point, is in town, so that Mrs. Brock may leave very
yesterday.Captain Ryder, Stephen Ryder, Mabel Ryder, well received.
Ming
fine. the and atten- and
thropgh care Jacksonville reside here
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permanently.
Will Lee returned here Sunday Louise Meyer and Horace Shares. Last but not least came little Mabel
*of -
r Hr. Joe Brown add his assistants. Both Captains Brock and Bravo are
*k and Mrs. with the Cleo having left his party Myra Williams spelled down A Grade, Baldwin. Her solo was so well received

'***> first ,* to be much
of April they interestedin
appear very the Cleo being ordered for Mr. ton the C.From. Though a little child, she has a wonderful
-for. S. P. Irwin, Jr., of Massachu orange growing in Turnbull Ham- Mason of a voice and talent for
,
** Young the J. T. & K. W. sys- great music. She'
r' who walt with Prof. Jenk party at mock. tem. As soon as Mr. Young returns Cap- the Land of Flowers. promises to be one of the first singers of

'1Ie cco> this winter, died last Friday after- -Mr. and Mrs. David Steele and Miss tain Lee willcontinue with the party he Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29, 1889. the land. ,

? t about 4' o'clock. He was fi f tytwo Grace Steele, of New Haven, Conn. ; Mr. left down the river as far north as Or- Mr. A. B. GIx.\RDEAU, Savannah, Ga. To everyone who took part in the entertainment -

,b of age and came to Florida for his and Mrs. W. B. Highly, of Cleveland,0.; mondontheHalifax.Mr. DEAR SIR:-I have fully tested the great credit is i due. It was a '

ith- His wife only arrived a few days C. F. Pitts of Providence, R. I. andJ. Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic you grand success socially and a good success
y1* his death. His ; and Mrs. \\'. S. Conner who sent me aud have to report 15 cases of financially.
body was brought S. Peck, of Cordington 0., arrived at Chills and We desire
!on the St. have been staying at Dimick's Hotel i Remitting Fever that it ban to express thanks to all, and
Lucie Saturday and em- the Indian River Hotel Tuesday, from Palm Beach, for the three cured. Not one failure. With some especially to those of other churches whoso

ed for transit north by Mr. A. Daytona to view the picturesque Indian returned to town Monday past and left weeks, experience as to the demands of Georgiaand kindly assisted,and trust we shall have '

41.ocher_ who forwarded the remains in River country. They started down the I Tuesday's noo train for Tampa and on Florida, and especially in the south many returns of the pleasant occasion.
*****( metallic,casket other places on the Gulf eastern part of this State, I know of no TRUSTEE.
coast for few
a q
river and
,
yesterday are expected back remedial
agent so; worthy of general use
days. They will then
J ESentor A. a Mannt of Jackson- Saturday.A for two weeks their go to St. Augustine as yours. Whoever originated it is:: a "Esmeralda." *
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on home
to
*, way
\riel Was in town Monday evening from fine hunting and fishing location, Trenton N. J. They report having spent J public benefactor. Yours truly, The company presenting the. drama, a
> trip to a time S. F. GOVE, "E"rner dda': desire to their '
Rockledge where he spE'ntal two miles west of Lake Worth postoffice very pleasant on Lake Worth. I Missionary Florida express thanks
Baptist and
Country on
acknowledge their
with appreciation for
the orange men of that sec- Lake Sunset be had -3Iiss Vrooman the blind Indian rivet and its
; At on can at a.reason girl gave i I : vicinity the valuable advice and practical services
lou. present, he informs us, the able price by the right party. As a a musical and literary entertainment in .. of Mr. Geo. W. Morton of Heath without -t

market at Jacksonville is netting headquarters for a sportsman's club it i the parlor of the Indian River Hotel on j Doom Boom Boom whose efforts the performance would::

?* &00 to tf.00 box for fancy InTer Thursday evening last, to a very fair and A big cut in prices of photographs. have been much lest satisfactory. Thu ;
'It per{ cannot be beat in the State. It consists 4
appreciative
fruit, He audience. Taking into consideration In order to make things lively, I have total receipts of Tuesday evening 'were) "
rjda for champions cause some fifty acres of yellow soil, pine timbered I the fact that she suffers from put the prices of cabinets down to $3.50 $44.00; net receipts $34UX. to be turned .1'

1Ioz a. protection duty of$1.00 and suitable for fruit and vegetable a throat trouble, and sang and recited per dozen or $2.50 per half-dozen there over to the "chandelier fund"' of' tho"Episcopal

on our oranges, and we hope to raising, and is partly cultivated.For niece after: piece with hardly any ro-t'. by olacins first-class Diet urea withIn the church.J. oo'iJ<
"*roeaaure to her vocal organs, we think she did remarkably reach of all. Come
favorably considered and 1 at once aa we snail [
,, ty Congress smith. particulars, Lake Worth address, Fla. John F. High- I the close.welL A ,collection was madeat remain but a short time, I I Watson & Co. have got theta

f MANGOLD the Artist. vegetable crates of all kInd

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I Taken' all fn alt the exit of Dick Is Life Worth Living ? CARDS. -

to know else.more She a.was out the arrested crime and Than locked anybody 'lawes from the earthly stage and the Not if you go through the world a dys GECKOS 1L Bo&Bas--A0M, W4UU" G.a..t.

i DICK HAWES\ HUNG i up, protesting her 'entire innocence of. most bloody remarikle tragedies preceding crimnal events it present in the the peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tabletsare President Ab.tnctCo.Brerard iecJ. g ..
for the forms of stsecca
any complicity in the murders. a positive cure worst
\S hen tae light of full testimony was history of the south. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency and PaOBBI S & GRAHAM,

thrown on the case circumstances pointed State Treasurer Suspended. Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by

At Birmingham for the Murderof strongly to the fact that the bodies of JEFFERSON CITY Ma, March 5.-State Dixon & Gray, druggists.We ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Mrs. iiawes and little Irene were at the Treasurer Noland has been suspended.No ,
His Wife and Children. bottom of the lake at Lakeview, another P. O. Box 2iO,TTrUJfYILLE:,Brcrard Co. TMII14&,
cause for the suspension: is known, except Can and Do Will practice In all the ountiea of sh ge.
suburb, four miles distant from East a rumor which gained some credence Circuit and in the Supreme Court hwcu
Lane and within a quarter of a mile of here Monday the effect that Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, ties for Examining and Perfecting Land ?i.

Complete History of the Sensational the Hawes cottage. Poland was in trouble over his accounts for it has been fully demonstrated to the to Corre Spanish poudence Grant collated rOm to CUinm>talA nf-
Money Loan
Tragedy. By the direction of the coronor the with the state. Mr. Noland said that he people of this country that it is superiorto II

lake was drained, and the body of lirs. was not aware of any differences between all other preparations for blood dis L. GAULDEN, -

Hawes, heavily weighted with railroad ; his bondsmen and himself, and eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic D.
After Milking Way With III Family lie iron, was found on the bottom. The
that so far as his accounts with the state poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pirnles. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Weds a R*.pctbU Young Lady, and I. body was in an advanced state of de are conc(>m.od they are correct and will > It purifies the whole system and ,
composition. This was on Saturday bear the closest investigation. Governor Titusville Florida.
Arrested While on His Honeymoon. thoroughly builds up the constitution
morning. ,The finding of Mrs. Hawes'corpse is the books
Francis
examining --
Him Results In for sale by Dixon & Gray druggists. -
:
C An Attempt to Lynch inflamed the public mind to a now. A. M. THRASHER, .

Several Killed and Wounded. state of frenzy, and the city resembled a I
!Settlers i on the Cherokee Strip. Can't Sleep NightsIs
BIRMINGHAM Ala., March 3.-Dick vast asylum for the insane. All efforts ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 4
Kas. :March 7.-
Hawes was handed at 12:30 p. m. Friday of the press: city and county authoritiesto : ARKANSAS CITY Starrwho, has claimon the complaint of thousands suffering: P. O. Box 20. S.\ roaD, ?U. (
G. W. a
: for the murder of his wife and two allay the incitement: < were futile. Monday Still water in *Oklahoma, arrived in from Asthma,Consumption,Coughs, etc. Circuit will practice and Supreme in all Court the couutie ot u.. & ..- 1

children, on Dec. 4, 1883.: llawes spent RIOT AT THE JAIL. this city after supplies. He reports that Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English I i

?i the night restlessly, ate sparingly this hE' ha been five days on the way and Remedy? It is the best preparation ALLEN-. HEYSER,

morning. When the time for the execu- The Frenzied Poyulucv tuke wu Attack.KepuKvU that oil Black creek:, in the Cherokee known for all Lung Troubles. Sold on

tion armed, was calm cool and collected. "itl.t..,.. of Llfr. trip, there were numerous settlers. He a positive guarantee at 25c.; and 50c. by

He walked to the gallows with a In answer to all petition for due and I estimates that there are about JK'O people Dixon & Gray, druggists.A Altornei-at-Law aM Ciit jr.

steady step and not a muscle of his face proper deliberation tie crowds retorted I there. ___ .. I..akeY orth Dade County, Florid

: quivering or showing signs of emotion.At that they would deliberate after they Kix'nsr the O.11 -IT*. Duty to Yourself.It Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade

JiiSSi: accompanied by sheriff and .had hanged Hawes. The county and I CtlAItLSrV.. Va., March 6.-Col. County land
his spiritual advfc-ers, he went to the city authorities decided that serious John Fulks i> at work erecting the scaffold is surprising that people will use a

scaffold. He made a statement that previous trouble was not imminent, aid that it upon which! Felix Ka uf is to bflangixl common, ordinary pill when they can -
confession was true. He said he would quiet by nightfall. : on t rilay next for the brut3.lmutJer secure a valuable English one for the JOXESTKIXSOX

paid! John Wylie S&X to put his wife and In the meantime the crowds on the of i.is two= children Lu>t fall. aLie money. Dr. Acker's English Pillsare
i children out of the way, because his street corners increased and a thousand a positive cure for sick headache and AttorueysatLauTitusville -,

wife refused to leave ai promised having hands were ready to put the rope around THE OHIO FLOOD. all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, FlorikT

s heard of his 'intended' marriage to Hawes' neck. They were dispersed by easily taken, and do not gripe. For sale -

i another' woman. minutes. the police only to reassemble) at some Over Fifty Miles Wide nt "alrn-3Iueh by Dixon & Gray, druggists.A T. SANDERS
t. Life was extinct in thirteen convenient place, to listen to incendiaryRIOT Damage at P" liicV+. .
His was cut down in twenty-one
minutes body and delivered to his relatives, CAIRO, March 7.-The Ohio river is BUM Killed. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

who will take the remains to Atlanta now over fifty miles wide at this point.It Another child killed by the use of Will practice in aU the Co arts ..f tS.s.,....:.
i with the extends from the Cairo levee, which dicta Circuit of Florida
for interment in accordance opiates given in the form of Soothing!
condemned man's request to be buried bolds it banked 'IP forty-five fe,*t above Syrup. Why mothers give their chil- P. O. Box. 235.Moves"to Leaa.nTTSVILU; FU. |

bv the side of his mother. Great excitement low water mark into Kentucky until it dren such deadly poison i is surprising u
during the time of the strikes hills there solid
: prevailed the forming one when they can relieve the child of its DR. L. T. D ANIELtDENTIST?
execution.The sheet of water except for the narrow
streets near the jail were crowded strips of rockhoundarth upon whIch peculiar troubles by using:; Dr. Acker'sBaby

t although the execution was not public. he Mobile, Ohio and Illinois railroad rum Soother. It contains no opium or ,

south and ioin the Miss.L-aippi. which in morphine. Sold by Dixon & Gray, drug
HAWES' CRIMES. I turn extends into Missouri another fifty gists. COCOA, HOBIM.

else Hud Murdered His Wife and Two miles, making the com bine*I width of the
Miff D. L. DODSON,
hundred miles.
rivers
Children. two over one
Little l7 .
Tuesdav morning Dec. 4, 18S3, the I 'm BUUlI GHAM. ALA. The current is terrific, and brings FOR SALE
down great quantities of heavy drift, DENTIST
found floating ,
of little was
-body a girl speeches from some of their number. which makes navigation perilous. The
In an artificial lake at East Lake, a Sheriff Joseph S. Smith put a force of I ferryboat Three States made two trips TIlE ELEGANT TITUSVILLE, FLOWW.

pleasure resort about six miles from 13irounsham. men inside the jail and established a i to East Cairo. Kv.. Mondav. and one UD Aching teeth tined and MYf'd vitbovt destny
Ito he: tT>e.. Teeth wIth abe** trratnl ,
napes
lino the outside with orders
picket on Mississippi Ii.ssouri. rescuing
the to people RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF '
Two small boys rowing in the watery ; tally Root vnd ,&>>U-U llT; ttOn tf ,
.I I keep the crowd back. camped out on: ground they supposed pure Para guilt Vrrktn Halts o> td.d ftkfif!
the bod and it was at once
discovered ;' In the west end of the citv a few me- was beyond the flood, but which was Stung plates corrected. Tc U> .itracttd raUn i iIj
brought to this city chanics had collected, and they said they being rapidly submerged.At L. BARA'ES, Office ouVa.hibKtcn aveBBe. t
for identification, would storm the jail if the citizens would -
+ and the coroner took I Paducah, Ky. S. GRAHAM D.:
t help, and to that point the crowds ROCK LEDGE, FLA., W.\LTER
= charge of it. Streams surged. At the house the great mass At Paducah, Ky., fifty'miles up the
gas
of People visited the of many thousands heard one or two Ohio, there is much uneasiness. The Containing Seven and One-Third Office Consultation. ftoe.

undertaking more speech, and marched in two cols city is not protected by levees, as Cairois Acres of Land fronting Indian River. visits la Titi svHie. SI-.

lishment where ,tab-I umns on the jail, so as to flank both sides and in It:8'J: was flooded to the depth Large, Roomy RESIDENCE elegantly Calla between 10 p. m. uA i a. n..*B I*cfcatffAdoublv
body lay. It was the of six feet. Already the water has nt.4LObet..trkal
of the jail building. They pressed Finished.
unul the afternoon of sheriff's line of back into reached within a few feet of the door of Also a Three-Room rate, and ca *.obUM the C apes ]
picket deputies
\. ednesdav. the 5th the Richmond house, which stands on COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of tion ate positively declined.J .
the jaiL At this juncture Mayor Thompson
-
of December,that an attempted to pacify the crowd but! the river front, and the two great tobacco the: most desirable places in Rock Ledge:

1 old colored man,who their only alternative di peningwould warehouses are flooded Ten thou- hammock. F. LEWIS,

had.. __ '_been_ .gazing in- be the deliverance of Hawes to them. sand hogsheads of tobacco stored. in them For price, terms, etc., apply to .
uuwy& & at& the biuateuHARES This was refused, and 10,000 throats were removed last week.Sunday CM aM
Albert A. Taylor Cocoa Fla. EDiinier SmUllTUus"iUe
little i&-d
corpse, r jelled, "Storm the jail:" the marine ways were compelled ,
her head and said it was the body ot The main entrance to the jail building to suspend operations because of Fla.
May Iiawes daughter of Richard It. is twelve feet wide. the flood and the steamer: IdlewilJ, that
by a narrow alley,
Hawes, an engineer on the Georgia Pacific When the crowd had reached the mouthof was under oin repairs, had to be let R.B.. BURCHFEELD,
!
railway, running between this City this alley Sheriff Smith told them to down unfinished. Drugs Drugs Drugs "
and Columbus JUisa.
;halt They replied with shout of derision At Cincinnati. COUNTY SURVEYOR. !
This led to still further
a investiga
tion. Hawes had lived with his wife and pressed slowly ahead. When CINCINNATI, March 7.-Thereceding of I
mail will receive
the foremoot were some ten feet from the flood is hailed with Orders by *a pttatfl j
and two children in the joy, especially
a cottage on \
the mouth of the alley Sheriff Smith attention as calls in *
by the commuters of the various rail- peron.
of the and several
edge city nont
went out there but the house was deserted > again toM them to halt and then the roads which have been shut out of the A Fine Assortment of Address: Georges, FI*.

and there evidences that mob yelled again. "If you don't halt Union depot. Trains are now running
were by the time I count five Til tire," said DRUGS,
regularly. The largest steamers RUE P. ELY
a horrible crime had been committed. can now LA ,
the sheriff but still they halted not. C
; under the
There blood the floor pass bridges.THE
were s-plotches on
r PATENT MEDICINES
When he had counted five the sheriff ,
t '...and wallj. aud in a corner of one of the gave the order to tire and the report of Notary Public f&r tM Slate l Largt.

.%'COma a bloody club was discovered. a Tolley out and the mob disperses APACHES. SYRINGES,
f .All these circumstances tended to rare rang Justice of the Peace, -17th ftstj I
in terror, but not until ten of their num-
a horrible suspicion in the minds of the ber lay corpses in the street and a score They Are Said to B. Again Committing STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET CONTRACTOR & BUILDER

i searchers, and they has.ilv returned to of wounded were fee,Iv essaying to Depredations In Arizona. ARTICLESKept of over 80 years* experience. Sahli
the and the of the terrible diScovery
city
news -
crawl to shelter from the leaden'hail. NEW YORK, March 6.-A special to finish a specialty.
peed rapidly from mouth to constantly on hand.
mouth, until 1 lOOn: the whole city was The K>'!etl oat \Vou..l..d. The World from Kansas City says: An Melbourne, Florida.N.AUM.AN'S*

apprised of the tate of affairs. The list of the killed were: Maurice B. officer of the regular army, stationed at Physicians' Prescriptions carefully

That night a telegram was received Throckmorton postmaster. J. R. McCoy, San Carlos, Ariz., wires that the Apachesare compounded at all hours. :
from Colmnbui, Miss., slating that Rich A. B. Tarrant A. D. Bryant, C. C. Tate again committing depredations. Of

ard R Hawes an engineer of the Georgia Charles Jinkins, Colbert Smith, Deputy the eleven hostiles who were released six J. B. SCREVEN A6EEI]
Druggist SDBSCEffllOH
NEWSPAPER
Pacific railway, had that day te-en mar- Sheriff: Brennen, of Gadsden, Charles! are in Sonora, 3iex., and on a recent raid ,

: ried to Miss Mayes Storey, of that city, Baily and an unknown negro. they stole sixteen horses. It is safe to TITUSVILLE FLA.. THE riOXEEh AGE. CT.
,and would pass through Birminghamthat The wounded were: Matt Kennedy, say that un Apache war is iminent, and ,
night en route to Georgia, to spend J. H. Merritt J. W.Owen,J.'\". Gilmore. the policy of the military is not likely to For terms and sample copies aId1
their honeymoon. Albert Smith W. A. Bird, K. Reichwein, anticipate or prevent it. Five Indian
The police were notified of this, andwhen Lawrence S. Fitzhugh, A. J. Schide, J murderers are now being sheltered Ly O. HECTUR: : CHAS. NAfLtN T',

t _the Georgia Pacific train from Montgomery, a Mr. Berkley, and friends on ttie reservation. Titusville P. O., Brerard cocaty
Columbus reached many others) were hurt. Hardware and
_. ...
,. here Hawea was The spirit of the mob was broken by Crimes-aiva- Ca4uUie. \IV. R. KNOX,
c arrested the storm. and it never returned to the
promptly A masked QUA with two piths covereda
and lodged in the attack. contrary to the expectation of: bank cushier at VuJUuy Fall, K&a., and General Produce HOUSE AM SIGN P.1DnJ.TITUSTIL .
t' Jefferson county the authorities who had in the mean
walked otf with the cash."Brocky" .
1 jaiL Almost the first time telegraphed the go.ernor for military Smith accused of the murder d MERCHANT. FLA.
he asked afbu/.ance Bv special trains from
question :
the o&cer makiug e\.ery'luaner of the state the militarycame Yrs Bryon at Cincinnati, was found guilt], Any and aU blade of work doee.i tag sr
of murder in the first degree. He is aj! Melbourne Florida Special attention tG tnsid.snishfng. J _
h the arrest was "AmI until Birmingham was converted _
ignorant fellow and faileu tc
arrested for the into -i vast camping: :n+utid. But law apparently n"DUS
realize tfce of the verdict. It is THE
meaning a HAVING BOUGHT
murder of May'/ ha I teen restored and order reigned.
Otherwise he took I he whereabouts of the body of the question whether he is saoe or not. A. FROSCHER, RIVER BAKERY

f the arrest with stolcalindifferenceand- be'Olll.1n(1 remaining child, Irene Dick Hawe wes hanged at :Birmingham, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. We will Keep on Hand Every DJ
Hawes, had remained a mystery. Asecond Ala., Friday, for murdering his wile and ,

did not seem to be -, l draining of the Lakeview lake two children. He met death without flinch Keeps a Cull supply of metallic and wooden FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES,

very much coaeerned MRS ltAwES. was decided on, and this was more successful ing, and chd&redhe confession made; MV

at the forced parting from his in a deep p ol in thy center of eral weeks ago a true one. Coffins Cases and Caskets. ETC. ALSO
.
Thomas CXBri, Jr., was hanged at Lexington ,
bride of a few hours. the lake led was found the little holy,

The morning after hU arrest he was clinging to the bottom. This was on Ky., Thursday, for the murder oBettieSLea. Funerals attended if desired. All orders Bottlers of Sodawater GAle

taken down to the undertaking estab- De-:. 1\}. just twelve das after the finding promptly executed and at reasonable rates.
lishment to identify the bodv found of the first fxxU' at East lake. Sheriff Callowaj Caraes was fatally shot
floating in the lake, and this he did without lIawl'S was tried aid condemned to by a desperado named Bill Smith, at Flat Embalming done. ] and other Brisk

manifesting the least nervouona or be hanged 1'eb. 2$. He had made several Lick, Ky., last Monday, while attempting U

untvueern. He iJentiiio the uody very conflicting confession.., and Thurs arrest him. Smith escaped.At NOTICE. ALL ORDERS RECEIVEATTENTION. no
L much as if it had been a pure matter of day night insisted that he did not do the Duluth, Minn., workmen on rock work .
business. Hawes said that he had been murders himself but hired another person set off a small blast, which was so badly In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial "
:.' divorced from his wife and lie had rone. to vlo them. covered that pieces of rock flew in N\"en.l Circuit of the State of Florida, Dade S. A. BELCHER & COR ,

F,. The children two girls May and Irene He seemed to he in great mental anguish directions one piece striking the building in County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery. PROPRIETORTITUSVILLE. :\
r -he had carried to a convent at Mouile. durincr his last night on earth and which the tools and box of dynamite was Albert M. Field "|

and h* was at a loss to understand how prayed fervently for forgiveness. He stored A terrific explosion followed vs. > Divorce FIA.XOTICE. .
her body came to be found where it. was. bade farewell to 6-year-old son with wrecking the shed and shattering all tfe t Leahretta Field J

The palpable improbability of such astory many tears glass in the vicinity. On man1 arm was Upon the bill in said suit being filed and

convinced those who heard hit Poor Miss Storey, the innocent cause broken. due proof made, as appears by the affidavit .

statement that he had murdered\ tue rest of this horr.ble string of fatalities, re- 1'ereuoai. of complainant to the same, showingthat LAND Omc GuxssTIF-
,
of the family, 110 trace of which had ever I turned blOk<>n-hearte\\ her parents, George Francis Train has left Boston for the said defendant resides out of said Feb. 5th.la

been found. where she is living now. his trip around the world, which he expect State, it is hereby ordered that a hearing Notice b hereby ritea that the

s During the three days the excitementin Mawe*" ii4l H>. Murdered Wife. to complete in sixty days. New York will] be had on the facts charged in said bill on iDg.namea settler Ua* filed o0"*

the city had grown and was sweli'n r R. R. Haw whose awful crimes have be his first stopping place. From there ha the first Monday in April, A. D. 1890, and Intention to make final proof la Sfl

like a tidal waveThreats of lyncliia made his name familiar across the continent will go directly to Tacoma, and thence that said Leahretta C. Field do.appear before of hU claim, and that aid ofIt

i ,. were freely made on every hand, hilt is about 3s years of age. He came across the Pacific ocean to China. said court on or before said first Monday made before the Judge of lrc
still
p ;hebitateu the great body of the commun.ty to Birmingham in I8b from Montgom- Vice President Morton and: a party 01 in April, 1890, and plead or answer to or In his absence Clerk of $**> eoeatt

vain from acts of violence lUhE' g.nv where he had lived only a short friends are nuking a tour through th said bUl and defend against the same and Tltasvllle, Fla.. on April Rlu 1
that after all the wrime
hope might while coming originally from Atlanta. south. the facts charged therein and to do further Stephen Hll*. .
: : not bet bud a.: it si-emed, and extenuating Hawes born in Russell There is some hope for ex-Congressman LaGrasgtI'i
.; was county, Ala., and receive what said court shall consider 12337 for theS.E, -
< circuDitvtanctw
: might appear on a and was a bastard. He went to Columbus Taulbee'a recovery. in said cause. Z1 S. It.31 B.
f Sec 15 T.
.
new
.
closer 1h *tihra"OD. Then were loath
("d.. to reside at and Ex-Governor Warmoth was confirmed bj
an early
age Chambers
...,." to believe that! a deliberate triple m tr- Done at at Tavares this 9th following witnesses to pry
from there he moved Atlanta. the senate
to of December A. D.1889. residence said OUWvt1
day
Doug ,
'b der could be planned and executed al- upon
His wife Hiss
Emma
Pettus of
was
,
The Fire Record. JOHN D BECOME. said land, Tiz:
nxbt wiUun a' tone s throw of the heartof
the city without Oi-covery, Atlanta. She came from a well-to-do The Hunter block burned at Fort Wayne Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida in Michael English,Mo&e* B. 3 t !
family in that city and was a social favorite and for the Seventh Judicial CiJa Fla. Lawreae J.
The conmerV investigation develo>ed before Ind. Lou 11OCXQ. ilt, ofTitimlUe ;
the tact ha< r'anrue ;"r>ant. the wtsherW.flIratfur She also her the marriage with Hawes. The Leeds house at Keene Valley, N.Y.. \tBERT; QuDoT, Thomas J. Coekstott, of taC kP'
4ier
was in '
%;.e .:awes ftmU'. seemed name of v>ii3 tJura possessor'ls lorttme. own was dcstrojr d b J lira Loss |OJOOQ 35 Clerk., Juno, Fla. 43 AUCX. LT5CB,


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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 13, 1890. Iii a
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r/A/ 1\\@) I Ccrlosttles of Sccl. I THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORID

city During of Chicago theyear 181 1889 deaths there by were suicide in,the of 1BREVITRS I Indian River Steamboat Co.


---riE:-=;: DOOR WITH A SPRING. which in January there were and February committed, nineteen seven each lit Schedules in effect JAX. 27; 1890. A. B. CAMPBELL .
MEN OF LETTERS. '
March, twenty in April, twenty-one in STEAMER ST. LUCIE, \A; ,'

,J"ThII with a ytonl way Pay That.. Potlteoett Al- May, sixteen in June, fourteen in July, John Walter, the new managing editor Leaves TITUSVILLE Mondays, Wednesdays Jacksonville, Fla. .

fourteen in August, nineteen in September of The London Times, is only 35. and Fridays for Jupiter.
has a patent spring please
jjjia door itself. sixteen each in October and Novem- As an editor of The Southern Literary STEAMER GEORGIANA, Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines
wit close ber and twelve in December. This Leaves Titusville Bros.: Pianos, Morris Pianos Wilcox &
]
daily at..6 ,
the sign that greeted the eyes makes Messenger Poe received $535 per annum. a m
was the
r Such cenafn: St. Paul Nemo the other of the percentage population.of suicide .017 percent Col Thomas W. Knox received at Arrives at Melbourne..........?.....12 noon White Organs.Organs and Chicago Cottage
-S1 Leaving out the .
It stared at him from the of. Paris the award Returning:
five who highest given to any
inf. committed
: suicide by unknown I will Sell and Deliver at nearest
door of a comparative stranger on methods, and we have eleven forms of author of juvenile books. Leaves Melbourne....................12 noon station High GradePIANOS your

ti jfemo had called on "strictly busi- self destruction, which have been selected Mark Twain is reported to be growing Arrives at Titusville.................. 6pm
fit That the business had proven satwu by these suicides. Sixty-three chose indolent with his advancing years. He Above daily except Sunday.

T palpable the frown upon shooting, fifty-six poison (of which ten. retires early to bed and never breakfasts ST&\IER'VHITE
Jet'Dil.b -*. As be gazed at the legendJarred took "Bough on Rats", thirty-one hang before 10 o'clock.:
him that the author of it Leaves Melbourne
to
dug, nine cutting of the throat, five Edwin Arnold is described as "a big, daily.
bal been exceedingly curt in his treat- drowning, four throwing themselves somewhat uncouth looking poet with B@: Connection i is made at Titusville

,fmoit! of himself. Another thought also from windows, three asphyxiation by thick ugly! features, straggling beard with trains of the J., T. & K. W. System OR .. u

--Birred to him simultaneously. He renened gas,two throwing themselves under cars, and hair dreamy eyes and exquisitesweetness to and from all points North, and at

the door, inserting his head andAoolders. one jumping from a roof, one cutting of expression." Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (8
with miles) where connection is made with
a sharp instrument
one throwing
"Patent spring, ehT he inquired of the himself under a machine (kind not speci J. Henry" Shorthouse, author of "John the steamer "Llker orth" for all landings ORGANSFOR
Inglesant, being asked recently as to his on Lake Worth.W. .
canbusinessman. fied and five
)
unknown
: by methods.It .
favorite novel, answered: "I think Iplace
,Yes, sir," was the responsive bluff. will be seen that the vast majority- B. WATSON, Superintendent.
Eliot's 'Silas
"WbaV the combination; how does it 147 out of 181 George Marner' first G. D. ACKERLY Gen. Pass.
-chose Agent. LKF8
shooting, poisonor both as a work of art and as fulfilling, to MONEY tban any other home la the
wtkTIt's hanging as the means of death while D. F. JACK, General Manager.A. United tate.. MuUhlp a Piano or'Organ to _
all the needs
me, and requirements of a any honest man or woman on trial and U not
a patent. only five took the easier method of work of fiction." satisfactory. I will pay freight both waye. J14,
Tea, I see. Novel contrivance. In- drowning. If there be any difference in L. Hatch & Son, caah and $10 a month on a Piano and$10 caah and
i affair, truly. How does the"- the degree of Charles E. Barnes, author of "The Dis- $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
jgaoos brutality used by suicidesin
DEALERS IX more than ordinary rent. On these rery liberal
illusloni'd
Occultist" and "A
Portrait
in
don't hold the door all
"Well open the destruction of their lives, it must terms anyone can own a Instrument Send for
"
Crimsons is a slight r..mn. of about 26, FREE CATALOGUE containing fall Information.
be said
dlr- that Chicago suicides have chosen DRY GOODS NOTIONS Sheet Music. ,. ..
itself eh? Then why don't it with an intense, thoughtful face and Strings Violins Banjoa, Gutta A.cordeons .
"Closes the means between the two extremes, for and in fact every Musical Instrument-
.dose itself- neither of the methods is large dark eyes. He is a man of wealth i. that is made and at very low prices. Send for com.
adopted so repulsive and leisure, has traveled I pIe tEl Catalogues. I have 20,000 pieces of choice
in
hold it extensively Hardware .
"Isay, don't open; come in or as hurling one's self from a build- Crockery, Saddlery, Music at 10 cents er copy.

pout and shut it." ing or under a moving railroad train, the east Jerusalem.and recently journeyed from Stationery, Family Medi- A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fls. b-'.

"Shut it;you say in your sign 'Please while they are more repulsive than Japan to cines, Garden SebJs,

Jet it shut itself.'" drowning or asphyxiation. It is a little Victor Hugo, when writing "Notre ,.

r "Well,that's it; let it alone and it will difficult to see why the favorite methods Dame," prepared on the first day a bottle .. CHOICE GROCERIES, J. TVTr* A T .T .TeTER, }
itself. of ink, the last drops of which
L that should acquire their popularity. Theyare were EAU GAIXIEC
"Yes, I know; but what makes it do so? not specially effective exhausted with the last line of the novel; Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
nor pleasant
1 1I Pct me onto the snap." and do not require extra premeditation.It this gave him the notion of naming the CITY POHfT, FLORIDA. WELLS Is prepared to Sink ARTESIAN

I "Go away and leave it alone, won't would be interesting to know the sex book "The Contents of a Bottle of Ink;" at any place between Georciana
and St.
jouT of these suicides, but this is not given in he departed from this idea, however, PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Will contract Lucie to; 75c. per foot to 300ft.
depth.
ii iiI iis What hurt would it do were I to the report-Chicago News.A and made over the title to Alphonse any
doseitT: Karr, who has sent out several novels Barrels $2.25.

1I "$one at all" I A Cruise of eonnce- under this designation. Gauged to order ten cents extra. EACOTT & CO.

"Then what in thunder do you mean Her majesty's ship Royalist completedon The late Sir Percy Shelley, son of the ,
Wheelwrighting and
by asking one to let it close itself? the 5th ult. a seven months' cruise in great poet was an eccentric creature. Repairing.C. TITUSVUXE, FLA.,

I, There's less wear and tear on the machinej the Pacific seas, during which many vil- Once he asked a well known English O. B. TIN &
SHEET-IRON
: if I close it than if- e lages were burned down, islands bombarded litterateur to visit him and promised to barrels IORKBRS.rg .
Honey and Oval Water
TO whistle for a dog.", canoes and plantations destroyed. show him something of interest. The from $2.00

"Good day," and Nemo strode off to The Royalist paid most attention to the I man of letters expected a sight of the up. GUTTERING, ROOFING, .

1 the city ball. He had a consultationwith Solomon group, where several murders poet Shelley's manuscripts, and was disappointed Tanksand And :Manufacturing of Tin Ware.

j a friend. Friend was soon wending had been committed.Afr; investigating I to find that the baronet wished all kinds of COOPER WORK to orderT. -
ha way to crusty business man. Made the case of the m of the crew him to examine a new method of producing GALVANIZED WORK, ,

I small errand; then examined sign. of the vessel Savo and the murder of stage thunder he had invented. JOII\SOA, And Repairing of all kinds '

"doses itself,eb?" he said. "This is an Messrs. Dabelle, the Royalist fired on the Walt Whitman is the most picturesque LaGran e. : : Florida. .. r

age of wonders. Edison have anything villages of the murderers. Most of the character in American literature
today.
to do with it? Is it a real piece of ingen- natives fled on the approach of the war His splendid wealth of white hair is a WANTED an oM reliable A. M. Hamilton & Co., I .

loci mechanism?" vessel, but nine of them were killed. fitting frame for a face of majestic AGENTS ; large profits .

Ihavent got time to explain it," replied Their villages, canoes and plantationswere beauty. His magnificent figure is not Sample free. A rare op TITUSVILLE FLORIDA,
.
portunity. Goo. A. Scott, &42 B'way N. 't.
the door owner. destroyed. Manoba was shelled by yet bowed by the weight of seventy win- Wholesale Dealers In

"Well,good day," and out went investigator the Royalist and the place destroyed.This ters. In his: youth he described himselfas AGENTS WANTED lf\ iest and finest fab-

No. 2. Six other individuals followed was a chastisement for the murderof a "rough," and ho was in the habit of TO SELL PIN LESS fU 11 rics without pins. Indian River Oysters

I fifteen minutes apart, and when Mr.Armstrong,the government agent. associating with stage drivers, and he I CLOTHES-LINE; | lU Clothes do not _

the crusty business man figured up at; Dinner Island was also bombarded. sometimes handled the reins and drove I: no more freeze to it and .

, BOOQ be found himself just about an hour At this place was committed the murdered down Broadway, New York dressed in pins clothesPINS|| cannot blow off. FISH '
ind a half's-time out. Then he kick 1 of two prospectors. The natives here outrageous style. bolds It is a perfect
the sign into kindling wood and threw also fled and witnessed the bombardment winter line. Sample line sent by mail for Green Turtle
and
the pieces away. The sign is not yet refievtd. from the tops of the mountain. When MEN YOU HEAR OF. 50c., also 50ft. line by mail $1.25 prepaid. Game.

Once in a while some one shuttCbedoor the Royalist visited Rendon,Loko Bongo For circulars, price list, terms, address the AU orders
will
PINLESS receive
CLOTHES LINE CO. prompt and carefol attention
but it mainly closes itself. Politeness she received news of the massacre of .a Buffalo Bill recently climbed Mount 17 Hermon St. ,whether by telegraph
Worcester Mass.
pays.-Su Paul Pioneer Press. boat's crew of the Enterprise. After Vesuvius. He was pleased with the letter or person. 17MALLORY'S

killing the crew the natives cut up the crater.

n. Was Cautious. bodies in a shocking manner and ate Tennyson invariably destroys every

i "Be you the photograph taker?" inqdrtd most of them. The place was shelled by letter he opens if it contain a request for NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINES.

;, juan immediately after shutting the Royalist, after an unsuccessful at- his autograph.The .

himself inside of a St. Paul gallery. tempt had been made to capture some of pope is supposed to have on annual

,. Tes, sir. Can we give you a sitting?" the murderers. Some of the Royalistcrew income of considerably over half a

"A which suffered considerably from the million sterling.The New York, Philadelphia, Boston & Florida.

: "Can we take your picture answered fever, but there were no deaths.
the artist, seeing at once that this was a Earl of Eginont recently sold the Sailing from \ FERXANDINA, Fla., Every THURSDAY.:

person to be mollified only! by pure and The French Ilraele" Ono. whole of his large estate in Kilkennyand J NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m.
to his Irith tenants.
tadefiled English, devoid of artificial The German press is discussing at Tipperary : IRON 8TEAMEKS-
, rf and technical toilet. length the merits of anew French repeat Oayarre, the great Spanish tenor who
air rifle called the "miracle" died recently, was. like Campanini Rio Grande ".
** "Wall, thet depends. Ef you kin give ing gun. .s
:, satisfactory assurance p'raps -your The rifle was invented by M. Paul Qif- son of a blacksmith and worked at tin Capt. Connor. t,

r: may Otherwise not" fard, in Paris, the original projector of forge in his early years. State

;" "What assurance do you want?" the Parisian pneumatic post. It is de- Ilie late Mr. Grady is credited with Texas;

"It's this way: I had my picture took scribed thus: having coined the phrase, "A Young Napoleon Capt Williami.

1 couple of months ago, and ther next "The weapon is light-much lighter of Finance," with which be baptized City of San Antonio "
1Veek seen it in a newspaper wuth the than any of the army rifles now in use. H. Victor Newcomb. ,

tatement that I was down fiat on my It resembles the magazine gun in that a Speaker Reed is not a great smoker, Caps Wilder. .

: tack:nine years with salt rheum, earajjfpoltts steel cartridge about a span and half long but in the seclusion of his home puffs a Passengers front TitnsTillf. Indian Iciver, and East Cost pol t.. arriving In JarktOQTlIte from J.. 1' .
and as thick as man's thumb is attachedto & K. W lUila>, MI\\KS txtmintioii *uL morning and afternoon trains for Feruan lca and Steamer a.",
liver complaint, intervals. He hates the odor of
yaller janders, pipe at adver'i cit.FuaeuKtra. :
lUTeS, ring worm,gallopin1 consumption, the one barrel by means of a screw. a cigarette and considers chewing bad a nt'li p \\edueMlay aid Thursday evt'LiliRIill be cared for at reman din*.
This cartridge contains 800 shots, which SCHEDULE FOR MARCH
'"
inflam-
paralisys, lock jaw, scald bead, form. LCATK NEW Yoiik. KTZAMKBO: LXAYB Fuuturpnu.
jj e toatory rhenmatiz, catarrh, falling sick- can be discharged as rapidly or slowly as The late Capt. Ericsson is reputed to Friday. Fch.- STATE OK TEXAS, Thursday, larch lib :
oew, brownchitas cholera morbus and a man desires. Since neither powder nor Fri.lay, March. 7lh RIO GRAN DE, Thursday, Ittb ', .
?
,
have been a man of remarkable physical Friday Utti STATE OF
but TEXAS Thursday 20UThnraday
f +eaallpox. They said I took eight bottles any other explosive, only compressedand strength. It is related of him that at Fn.Uy, ',.. :lt RIO GUASDErui 27U :
[; medicine and gained twenty pounds of liquefied air, supplies the expelling >, 2 the of 60 he and walked
and flash age picked up For General imoni-atlou apply to v
force smoke no accompaniesthe
no
flab ,
|r with every bottle. Now if you away with a bar of iron that two stout 3, M. CUTLER On.Paaa. Agent 77 Wet Bay Street, JackaooTlllA, IT*.
oat ring such a snap in on me It' discharge. Only a short, sharp, low U M. HUBBY AgtlltI'oot of Centre atrrrt. Fcrn&ndina, Fla.
any
report is heard as the ball leaves the cartridge workmen had declared themselves unable 'EJ Or to U. B. HEUSET, Indian River Ticket Agent, TitnaYiUe FU.
night raised
chance her agin. Tve ,aheard u- ,.
: now and if the picter won't look ', to move.Gladstone (y r C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. H., H. T.
;r liket.hemediclnescnktran''ou kin give I I "At the recent trial the ball traveled is 80 years old, but hi* mind

lilt the pint the with wonderful accuracy,and penetrated and body are in as fine a condition as
It-anuaerer.assurances** : you may deeply into the wall of the shooting room. when :he was only three score. His 01yde S1ea-rnship; Oo.
voice is still clear and and he is
The Sttol As soon as one of the cartridges is emptiedof ringing,
cassuranc -
were given.
t. Pioneer Press. its 800 shots another cartridge can be never thrown off his guard. He is tall. New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.
.
slim and has been all his life fond
screwed on the gun in the twinkling of bony,

t 2 JnaUflabl. nomleUe.L an eye. M. Giffard says that the 800 shots of healthy out of door exercises and to

; sty Editor (to funny man-I wish to in a cartridge can be produced at a cost this he attributes his vigorous old age.

ttmader you'd write aomethingabout the of about two and one-half cents. The gun Fifty years have elapsed since Field i
r tonntl. itself can be manufactured for about $5." Marshal von Moltke received the order

? M.-Something fanny? Pour le Merite for his services in Turkey.
E.-Yes. Found II ta Relative On March 8. 1879, after sixty years of y

e;. Two hours later Funny Man enters: Says a special from St."Louis: "Thereis military b service he received the star of

C. E.-WeU. have you got it? one newsboy of thia cit who has been I the same order. The four sovereignswho
I II made happy. He is Richard Egan. and bevidet him this order- z'
H. possessed
: *> -Yes(reading): The tunnel is aSeUbote
is 15 years old. He was lost from East William I, Alexander II. Frederick and

I: ***7 iji ea4 of night, St. Louis: when.he was 2 years old. He Prince Friedrich Karl-are no more so -- Z -- -- -

JR neb rat peodk: torolnc: has no recollection of his parents, his that Moltke alone wears this golden star The Magnificent Steaoihhiprt of this lane are appointed to sail as follows ;
F- They planted the cbeasact oat Ltd went oo their nlar_eanloff.Wa hti too6U. He has been in St Louis as far back as New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville toNe>]Xorfc
-
I-A his memory goes. His first recollection SPEED AND POWER OF BIROS. Monday. W"dut'ld&Frid.1*. PierB, E Rirer.Stonday .. Tnt-sda *.Thursdays It Sundays.Sunday.

\": lot Wajated.wtftbe.tlM.nrv9iddte. la of being with the Sisters of St. Jo- I ,Jan. :7.at S p. m. YEMASSEE.ChLBOKEE.. .. .Tab. {.at 1 P ilia' t
11 eaneeee -peabsdbeTe seph's, on Cass avenue, where he got a The vulture is said to fly at times e t diie1n.Ja !'t at 3l>, nu, .. Tuemlay.Feb. 4.at i a m ;
parad her sleet autothe i'Cet-' good schooling. Recently be left there the rate of above 100 miles an hour. Frld T'.Jan.XJ..t3p.IIi., DELAWARE, ThundaJ'.F'b..I.m ','
.
Monday. Fh.. 3, at 3 p. in. .. SEMIXOLE, Sunday Feb. 5, at T a m
; .'' 'Wti1 pete and began selling papers. Last Sunday The wild goose and the swallow in Friday. ..,1J. T. as :. JIm... J OQrOLThllndaJ.. Feb. U,at 108ni .s
gr? me nothing bail with fifteen ; 31nn.tay. Feb. 10 at 3 i-. m.. CHEROKEE. ..lay, r.b.14 ai I p m *
miles
Ute. bis'pict.ure was published, their migrations, make 00 an hour W+dnesday,1'.b. I?..t S |'_ fit.Frbiar \'hit AMSM:, .. '!bads,.Feb.IS, at Ian v.TuuradayFeb3a.at ..
: 1; other newsboys, in a local paper.. The The power exerted by the eagle in full :; ,I>b. U. al 3 |'. ir. .. DEJJIWABE+ 1 aBMundajr.
.
';' .Itu.l<<.C0i6 ut Lisboolhrmi2d to attack 1 recognized: : by his uncle I Monday Irk 1:. .1 9 f nt.i >EMIKOIX.CHLBUKEK.. .. .J'eh.13. at T a m
011DQ> texre tbe British miafater. They t picture was flight M but a fraction of one horse W..dtlaJ', Ff..1", at 3 p II'. JJ'QOII&. .. TnrwU' rt b. M.at t. s *
Peter Matthews, of Bellville, Ills., who I I Friday. Frb il. aU pin. .. Tbanday. rsb.2Tst10.r4Monday
.; tofawl.legi r. t.be mecibeml of whkJI t! here yesterday and took him home. power. Feb.U. at 3 r-. m.. YDU. XE.8uud&J..Mar X at 1 p aTneday "
'"VS. plait;,1b.m.t&l" s to tusks an-.edt t came The common crow ordinarily lounges t ; Wrdnead.7. 'P't'b.'o.at = p.o.FrW DELAWARE Mar4.atJ30piaThonday. ,
-.... He has an estate of $3.000 coming to ., .Var..,at 4 n
4r. Pett+a across country at the rate 01 2S: miles an y, )4:11. 28. l a f. m. {EMROLE
....:- & rae brid months void to bis
six
lat
opened Prioc of Wales *14 1Tuesday. the papers
d.t, The carrier pigeon has flown long distances A. LESLIE.: Jhipt. Jwl,+ Till; T. O. EGIB.: Trade ?Unaper. Bowling GrH1t,liew Tort;
Teat is clerk in St .
A who-
elder brother. a a
UJIiDeq company i JOHN L HOWARD F. F A.ckaonTllle.. T. M. IBO }fOlCRD..1' P. JU JsctoBTiD
CI'owd witDtBled th* CKnmonka There |t| Louis store but who did cot recognise at rates of speed ranging from 60 -', P. CI.YUi C0.. General Arenm. 12 South ehsgtresl'blladtlpbb 6. Dow-
::: hi B4mbar Oftr the coma him.- up to, 80 miles an hour, and for many) 1insCiteest..? ewortc..

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4. r THE FLORIDA' STAR,' THttfcfcbAV, "1tA tt 13, '1890.

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THE FLORIDA STAR. The Killing of John Illlburn. Clark, will reach the Indian River in a days. Won't the P. M.-G. please unex- Our Washington Letter.From .-

few days and will be the guests of Col. pedite it again as soon as possible ? our Begnlir
,
Correspondent)
John Hillburn, who has lived in Titus- Three mails a week gave better satisfac-
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ville for several years, died last Friday and Mrs E. C. Wade, of Rockledge.The tion than the way the daily is now run- WASHINGTON, D. a,March 7. '90. t

ELLIS B WAGER Editor and Pffiste night from the effects of a pistol ball Rey. Mr. W. A. Simmons, of City and all the trouble seems to be from Jupiter Senator Reagan uttered a sound truth

fired by James Silvertooth. The shoot- Point, preached in the new M. E. church north. and one that ia worthy of the most csrerui

S1.5O Annum. ing occurred about half-past six o'clockin here last Sunday,both morning and evening The Mary B arrived from Jacksonvilleon consideration, when, in opposing a bill
per
the Main taking the place of the Rev. James the 3d, and in trying to come in the to increase the pension of a general's '
evening, at Ray's store on inlet she thrown the rocks and
was on
Bolton, who was unable to leave the bed- widow to $100 a month, he said "la-
t
street. It that Hillburn had
Entered at the Post Office at TiiusvUleas appears several holes knocked in her bottom. 'I\
been under the influence of whisky a side of Capt. W. H. Sharp, who is quiteill. Her cargo was about all saved and the stead of this Government being one of

Second-Class Matter. good part of the day, and was creating ; vessel herself was finally got off the the people, for the people and by the

STAB ia the OFFICIAL newspaperfor considerable disturbance by profane and Dr. and Mrs. R A. Carpenter, of Cambridge I some rocks time and to brought repair inside.her and It get will her take in people, it is rapidly becoming a Government

Brevard county. abusive language to several persons be- i Mass., accompanied by their two good seagoing trim again, but it is fortu- of the classes, for the classes and

fore his encounter with Silvertooth. He bright little daughter, Mabel and Florence nate no greater damage was done.A by the classes" This is a true bill; there t'

The Star has the Largest circulation. first commenced at Sheriff Bowman, and arrived at Cocoa last week from norther hit us rather hard on the I is entirely too much class legislation ia ,

of any paper on the East coast of Fla.A drew his knife, but did not endeavor to their trip to Lake Worth, and after 1st, the lowest thermometer being on the this country, and it i ia on the increase all s.

SQUAREii one Inch in space; 24 squares cut him. He also got into a quarrel withS. spending a few days here left for their morning of the 3d, when, according to the time, and it remains for the people to tJrft

make a column. D. Geiger, one of the clerks at Ray's Northern home. the official thermometer at Capt. H. D.Pierre's stop it. Now they have the power, bat If
advertising rates enquire of the Editor at Hypoluxo, the temperaturewas if the interference is delayed too
'. always For enclosing two cent stamp. store, and finally became more abusive Mr. John Ramsley, of Cincinnati 0., 37 degrees, other thermometers there long tJl
and made for Silvertooth cutting his and Palm Beach Oaklawn Lake the classes will be stronger than the peo
after several weeks' stay in Cocoa at the at Jt

How long, 01 I how long! Senator clothes with a knife, when Silvertooth Peck House, left last week to visit other Worth, and elsewhere ranging from 37 to pIe. t
39 degrees No damage was done, how- Again there are whispers to the effect
drew his revolver and shot him in the
Blair wilst thou continue to worry our portions of Florida He says that he ever, as no frost formed, and the norther ;:.
that the will
_ patience? The people are petting tiredof right side, the bullet ranging toward the "fell in love" with our lovely climate and ended on the 5th. Republicans report no tariff
bill this session because at the end of the jIA'St"SSion
heart. He fell almost but
much talk about your EducationalBill I immediately, Indian River. During his stay here he
so Right Rev. E. G. Weed, S.T.D., Bishopof the surplus it is *'
treasury expected -
while life lasted ceased abusing
and yourself. never made many friends. Florida, arrived Sunday morning,
Siivertooth. He the of will have been turned into a de 6tri
gave name a per- The "Mackinac," with Messrs. Fred March 2d, and officiated at the morning
THE Philadelphia Inquirer says: "The son living in Mississippi to the Sheriff, service in the Episcopal church. He was ficiency. The rumor may possibly be ..t;
and and
olive branch is held out for our Southern asking him to write concerning his death.A Taylor Ed Hathaway Captain accompanied by Archdeacon S. B. Car- true about no bill being reported, but if +
McNiel on board, arrived here a few days penter and bride and Dr. W. P. DuBose, '
it is because the ;
Republican "Ii
depends so solely
Will they take it t" That coroner's held and
ver-
friends. inquest was a
had in the of the Southat
ago from Jupiter, where the parties a professor University
altogether upon who is holding itout. dict returned that the deceased came to few weeks fine Suwanee. The Bishop left on the 3d, protectionists have not been able to thrott.l
spent a enjoying some ,
It is said that very few Northern his death from the effect of a gunshot to meet other engagements up the river tIe the demand for tariff reform among It
Republicans know an olive branch when wound. fishing. Mr. Taylor brought back as one but Archdeacon Carpenter and wife and their Republican colleagues. The cry tit
of his best "catches" a very large moon- Dr. DuBose remained over a day longerto
they see it. It is generally considered Silvertooth for free raw material is becoming a loud ..
fish-one of the most beautiful specimensof see more of this pleasant country,
1 acted purely} in self-defence and did not one, particularly from the Eastern manu '
its kind this river. slight:! mementoes of which, in the shapeof 'It
WE agree with Brother Gore, of .the use his pistol until compelled to save his ever caught on cocoanut leaf canes, the gentlemen facturers. Within a week Senator Hale, .

Orlando Reporter. that it is better for the own life. Hillburn is reported by several Mr. G. N. Powell wife and son, Mr. H. carried away with them.It who has been as pronounced a prntcc .

State Press Association to consider the who knew him in former days to be very B. Powell, of Morristown, N. J., spent is a poor week for items if Will McCormick tiouist as Mr. Blaine presented a long .

business of the next meeting of more desperate character. His present age was last week in Cocoa as guests of the Peck our leading amateur fisherman, petition from New England manufacturers

prime importance than the date of such about sixty years. He was a carpenterand House. Mr.Powell is one of the membersof cannot furnish at least one. He is now asking that that raw materials used

meeting. Members of the Association Bred at a camp on the Delespine the large wholesale shoe firm of Powell going around with his thumb in a hospital by them be admitted free of duty. II
grant just below town. His body was owing to his trying to beat his own
should adopt an almost uniform standardof buried by the county the following day. Brothers & Co., of New York City. record on big pompano. Since last report The first year of the Harrison administration -

advertising rules and rates. Thereare The next morning Siivertooth was seen They left for St. Augustine and other he caught a 15-pound one, and thento i ha.c1\ d, and one naturally

too many schemes presented nowa- by a STAR reporter, and was quite excited points of interest in Florida on Monday, wind up February in good style he I looks around to see what has been accomplished

days to demoralize the financial part of over the affair, and stated that he regretful that they could not remain hooked on to one on the last day of the and is: compelled to answer
was exceedingly sorry it occurred. He month that gave him the worst fight,
our business, and these vital problems promptly gave bond in the sum of $500 longer on our beautiful Indian River. probably, that he ever had with a fish. Nothing worthy of even a single line in

anould be met at once In our opinionthe for appearance at a preliminary trial The pedestrians between Rockledgeand He came out of the fight with a badlycut the history of the country. The year

meeting this year should be productive to-day. There are different versions now Cocoa will soon have cause to thank thumb and was otherwise badly used l has been devoted mostly to removing
afloat and the STAR will endeavor to give succeeded in his fish
but he landing ,
of much good, provided we have a Col. E. C. Wade and Mr. C. W. Harrison, up, Democrats from office and settling disputes
the testimony, if not too lengthy, next which was the biggest pompano yet on
good attendance. Too much time at the week. The taking of evidence will prob-- as these two public-spirited gentlemen record, weighing 15J pounds, full weight among Republicans as to which of

I meeting held last May was given to recreation ably be completed this afternoon. intend having a fine broad roadway cut Next 1 them should be fed at the public crib.

and sight-seeing in the "ancient through back of Oleander Point, along The Senators are some of them talkingof
Cocoa. The first accident of its kind that ever
city," and were the gathering to be there Cocoa is very breezy just now. by their fences, so that that very uncom- happened here occurred on February boycotting the newspaper men because

Again this season the same result would fortable sandy walk around Oleander 26th, by which Miss Anna Hall lost her they refuse to tell how they find out what

probably again happen. We think some Mrs: W. II. Peck visited Courtney last Point may be avoided, and a delightfully life. Surf bathing is one of the winter ia done in the alleged secret session

date in May would please most of the week. cool, shady and smooth walk may be enjoyments, especially of our visitors The innate wig do well to go very slow

editorial brethren of. the Association. Mr. Marcus Gould went to Titusvilleon enjoyed by visitors to and from Rock- here parties, and were on the bathing day in in question the ocean several just in this matter, because there is a possibility

business Monday.The ledge. back of Palm Beach. Miss Hall and her that the newspapers of the country

Will Congress Investigate I Indian River Drug Co.'s store i is Mr. D. Bethune Duffield and wife, accompanied cousin, Miss Bertie Briggs, inadvertentlygot might retaliate by boycotting the Senate,

TimesUnion of Monday. receiving a new coat of paint. by Mrs. Helen A. Clark, of rescued beyond by Mr.their W.depth Stone Smith once and, of Troy were, and if they did the temperature would be

This morning Times-Union presents Mr. Fred F. Taylor paid Tituaville a : Detroit, Mich., and Mrs H. F. Williamson N. Y. Miss Briggs was so frightenedthat pretty low in the north end of the capitol

what may be considered the first comprehensive 8hort'isit the first part oi this week. of Duluth Minn., arrived at Cocoa she would not venture in the water building. The newspapers can exist
again, but Miss Hall and Miss Bessie without the Senate but it is by means
connected no
statement of the facts Choir afternoon last Tuesday and are guests of the Peck ,
practice on Saturday Smith who
Long went in, and Mr. was
with the killing of Deputy Marshal Saun- House Mr. Duffield is a most eminent certain that the Senate can exist withoutthe
of this week in the Episcopal church. resting on the beach, saw that they were
ders-the story of Sheriff Mitchell, of i lawyer (of the well-known law firm of getting near the dangerous place, so he newspapers. .
The cold of last week did not
seriously -
snap
Gadsden county as told to a northern Duffield & Duffield), and is often called sent Mr. Bagley a gentleman of Miss Mr. Harrison has issued another bunkum
traveling in damage any of the vegetation in "Bard Hall's party, to tell her to come out of proclamation warning all
newspaper man at present the of Michigan, as he is a poetof persons
this neighborhood.Mr. the water, but before he was half way to
Florida. While it throws very little the highest order. His book of poems ladies against illegally taking fur-bearing animals
Colter and Mr. G. S. Muriel both her screams from the two young
light on the case, as far as fastening the called "Stray songs of Life," recently rave notice that they were out of their in Behrings sea. He Issued'" a simi

crime upon any individual goes, it does "commercial tourists" from Jacksonville, published, is well known and highly appreciated depth and in imminent d mger. Mr. lar one soon after he entered office, and

strengthen the conviction heretofore held visited Cocoa last week. for it contains verses of most Smith, who was the only swimmer pres- the Canadian vessels seized under it and

by.all fair, unprejudiced men that the Mr. George A. Morse and wife, of Or- exquisite expression and sentiment.The getting ent, again hold plunged of both in the and young succeeded ladies in, turned loose with prize crews of one man

people of Quincy and of Gadsden countyare ange, N. J., are enjoying a visit at the "Lawn Sociable" given under the and by a fearful struggle and at a great each made the United States the laughing

in nowise responsible: for the act, and pretty home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Har. auspices of Miss Emma Thursby, at Mer risk to himself, he succeeded in keeping stock of the world. The farce Is presumably

that they are ready and anxious to have rison. ritt, on last Thursday afternoon, at the them up till Mr. Peter Black and Mr. to be repeated this year.

the perpetrator of the deed brought to Next Sunday, March IGth, at 11 o'clocka. River View Hotel, was a most decided McFerren they could had secured not throw a rope.it out Knowingthat as far as It has been suggested by a prominent

justice. the Rev. A. T. Sharpe will Democrat that instead of consuming four
m. con.. success,in every way. The amount of necessary, Mr. Smith loosened himself
The killing of 'V. B. Saunders was a duct services in St. Michael's Episcopal money netted by the afl.tir is, we are informed from the young ladies, quickly swam in, days' time in unseating a Democrat, as
in Gadsden and seized the and immediately took it done the House this week ia the
crime committed county, church, Cocoa.Titusville "in round numbers four hun- rope was by
the laws of Florida and the officers who : out in reach of Miss Long, who graspedit case of Mr. Late, of Arkansas, that the
Point In dred and The
dollars.
Courtney City fifty large parlors with a death grip. Seeing that MistHall
_"are charged with enforcing them are fully dianola, Melbourne, and other towns on broad piazzas, and even the lawns apparently had a tight grasp on Miss majority should get Speaker Reed to

r. competent to deal with the case on its the river sent pleasant representatives to around the hotel were closely filled with Long, Mr. Smith signalled Mr. Black to make a ruling compelling the House to

4 merits. That the victim of the shooting the Emma Thursby concert last Thurs the people-residents and touristswhocame haul in on the rope. To Mr. Smith's vote as soon as the report of the Committee

"'. chanced to be an officer, of the United.! surprise, as soon noticed began to haul in on Elections is received. The result
to help the new Episcopal church on the he that Miss Hall
States does take the day.Miss rope would be the and it would
court not case beyondthe same save
Katie Paddison and a party of which is to be erected at Merritt, as wellas had let loose Miss Long and was floating
jurisdiction of the State courts, and with the He started lots of time.
waves. at once
friends from Titusville came down to to drink in the sweet melody of Miss away
until the officers of the latter manifest a towards Miss Hall, but she sank before he The members of the Three Americas
voice. Refreshmentswere
Thursby's lovely
Merritt last attend the
on Thursday to
could her. Miss
r their and get anywhere near Long
disposition to neglect duty con-
Lawn Sociable, and later in the day visited served by pretty maidens, and the had also :sank, but as she still held fast on Congress are to make a tour of the principal -
done the crime, public criticism is premature Rockledge and Cocoa. foreign bird of Miss Thursby's delightedall the rope she was brought ashore throughthe cities of the South as soon as the

and Congressional investigation is by his talk and sweet singing. An. surf safely, though in an unconscious congress adjourns, which it ia thought
and uncalled for. The man Miss Helen Ballantine, a charming condition. She was shortly followed by
unnecessary other attraction-or, I should ,curios- will be about April 1,
t lady from Summerville X.J., who, say Mr. Smith, who that time bordering
Shepherd, it appears, was promptly arrested young ity-was on exhibition there also. It by was
with her is the winterat on the same condition he quickly The public, after coming to the conclusion
on the spot,and McFarlin appeared parents, spending was a huge live manatee, which Captain ;
recovered, and Miss Long also soon re- that the charges had been sustained
City Point pleasant visitor at Zellers had down
voluntarily and his testimony before was a lately caught the liver
gave
and his '" gained consciousness, but did not fully seem to have lost interest In the
schooner )
the coroner's jury. Both men are within Cocoa and Rockledge on Monday.Mr. "brought up on fanatee regain her strength for some time after.
to put it on exhibition at Rock- proceedings of the investigation of the
easy reach of the arm of the law when ; Thrall very kindly took a large ledge. Captain Zellers E'ays'that he will The tide carried Miss Hall's body up the

ever they may be wanted,.'>' nd it is altogether party of tourists over to Merritt from call the monster "Romeo" or "Juliet"he beach, where it was finally caught and Civil Service Commission. Shady was

probable that disclosures in the Cocoa in his yacht-"just to help the good is not quite sure which will be the : brought had ashore been by Mr. Black, and thoughit the witness thatsettled things.
not under the
water more D. H. Bates Superintendent
most appropriate so will not commit formerly
.near future may fix indisputably the re- cause, he said-and of course all who than about five minutes life foundto
was
himself when asked what name he has of the B. & O. Telegraph Company anda
sponsibility for the crime. went generously subscribed to the church his be extinct. While Mr. Smith's coura-
given pet. 6f the of Labor
As suggested in the Times-Union's fund. geous endeavors were not entirely successful representative Knights
be has the satisfaction of knowing made arguments this week before the
Washington correspondence this morning, Dr. R. C. Hutchinson of Trenton N. Lake Worth.
that he saved at least one life,and that it House Committee on Post-offices in favor
I there are indications.that the Republicans J., with his friends Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Weather a little warmer, but still very was at the great peril of his own is shown of Wanamaker's scheme.

will let the Chandler resolution sleep Barrett, of Philadelphia, Pa., made a dry. by the many rents in his bathing suit postal-telegraph

where it is for the present. Investigationmay brief visit! to Cocoa on last Thursday About ten tons of ice arrived on the made bv the clutchings of the drowning Some surprise was caused among Democrats

lead to the revelation of some un- from Titusville, where they are winteringfor Mary B for the Hotel Lake Worth. girls. The rope procured was too shortto when exGovernorVarmouth..as
reach as far out as necessary, and had confirmed by the Senate as Collector of
wholesome facts in relation to Federal this season. E. A. Osborn and wife, of Middletown to be tied to a strong fishing line, which, the port of New Orleans by Democraticvotes.

officials in .this State-facts- which the The "Ladies' Sewing Society" met at N. J., arrived on the 1st and are stoppingat fortunately, was at hand in one of the If the Democrats had voted solidly
leaders oflhe Republican party cannot the Oaklawn House. boats on the beach, but. by the time it against him his nomination would
Mrs. O. K. Wood's
on Friday afternoon.A .
in reach
Miss Hall
t deny,nmpvhich they do not desire to be Joseph X. Dillier, a missionary of asect was was probably so have been rejected.
larger attendance is hoped for at the exhausted that she had not shot
strength Ex-Cong reasman Taulbee who was
themselves "Believers ,
ed toa mit. While the calling
,
constitu-
col
pEj1] next meeting which will be held on preached in the West Side school houseon enough to retain her hold on Miss Long at the Capitol by Correspondent Kincaid.
the United. States Court for the Thursday afternoon, March 20th, at the the 2d.Captain. and so unconsciously floated away andsank ia in a critical condition and his death is

in trjct of Florida, the acts of house of Mrs C. W. Harrison.Mr. to her death. MUs Hall was a pleasant hourly expected.Senator: .
i ter and the policy of the admin- O. S. Porter is showing our vivacious, sociable young lady about Barbour, of Virginia fpoke

i- islratidfc+ ia themhere have and )[rs. Geo. Ketcham, of New winter visitors some cotton stalks five eighteen years of age, and was spending For,and Senator Spooner against the Blair
placing no years and still bearing and ripening cottonas the winter here as, usual at the Cocoanut bill this week.A .
:direct bearing upon the killing of a man ark N. J., nre on a visit to our river,and usual. Grove House, at Palm Beach, with Major naval court of inquiry will investi

In Gadsden county,still,they are matters are the relations and guests of Mrs. E. C. County Collector L. D. Hillhouse has J. B. Briggs's family. ;she being a nieceof gate the alleged cruelty of Captoin )lc-
Wade and Mr. Marcus Gould. Mr. Mrs. Briggs. Major Briggs and Calla of the United States Enterprise
which would not escape publicity underan had a new house built on his West Side party steamer
investigation as proposed by the Chandler Ketcham is an alderman and a wealthy pineapple plantation, and occupied.it for started the morning of the 27th with the to his men.
to take it their
body to home
at Russell- The bill weather bureau -
transferring the
i manufacturer of Jersey City- the first time the night of the 3d.
resolution.
ville, Ky., for intermen't-a sad and sud- to the War Department has been
Perhaps, after all, Chandler and his Mrs. John J, Morris, :wife of Excise Three mails a week brought us the STAB den ending 'of their visit at this their favorably reported the Senate.

allies will hesitate before they turn the Commissioner Morris;.(}f New York on Saturdays, but since it has:been expedited : usual place of winter resort-and the 'Secretary Windom's silver bill fc having
City
to a daily mail (Sundays excepted) sympathies of the entire Booae
community goWIth a bard time ia the hands of the
electric Florida and
light onto her affairs. with her
I" granddaughter, Miss Gracie i we'now get uurSxAR following!. :JJfon- them. Committee) on 'Coinage ti DI


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Can Gallie. I A Ternl.i {
EDWARD STILING.
1 JaTeyOU seen John A.'s icaptain i No frost at Averill. Score one for the ALBERT A. TAYLOR. : '
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:' Bennett's garden is worth a peninsula.S. TILXN""GTA-Y-LOB.

lift B. Craft saw a large bear near Hine- ,

The late cold snap did very little I leigh plantation last week. Cocoa, Indian River, Florida. '' ','',

juna to vegetables here. Frank P. Hassler has received his appointment -

4 as postmaster,vice S. B. Craft, DEALERS IN
,cornand resigned.

,; pete jk, and.)Irs. Gus B. Snell have been Henry Moore is now mail-carrier on

j f jjjt short visit to the Sub-Tropical this the Malabar-Averill route. In a short Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware


j EC1}{essrs.. Hodgson Bros. have opened and time mail present delivered facilities semiweekly.From will be. doubled ,

1 another lot of goods direct from New present indications over 250,000 AND AGATE-WARE.
pineapples will be planted within a radiusof .

Tortjbe three miles from Hassler's Haven next Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, ,
and -
Kathleen
steamer sharpie =
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overhauled and summer. It is demonstrated that they and POCKET CUTLERY
jeflc! are being painted "
Coring the present week. thrive well on the peninsula.Fred Plumbers' and MillSupplies ; } '

Prang, south of Averill, has the BARBED WIRE !
is :
The sloop, Kelpie, being repaired 9
0d painted by Capt. McFadden for her largest vegetable garden on the peninsula.Last '
week his shipments were 47 cratesof WIRE NETTING
Aspinwall.
), get owner tomatoes 34 crates of beans and 21 Doors Sash '
The steamer Maggie; Dillon is being Blinds ; WIRE
bushels of sweet potatoes. Returns have and
wed in fine style by her owner, Capt.rre1t1er CLOTH.
been very satisfactory, and will be largein S S.
, ,of the Treutler House. the future on account of frost in the -t. .

\ The cat-boat, Ivanhoe, has been purposed northern part of the State. BRICK, LIME, CEMENT G-u.n.S: ,

by Mr. Taylor, and will be a wel-
The handsoma sloop Lottie Ruth, Cap- AMMUNITION:
cone addition to the Eau Gallie fleet. SHINGLES and LATH. ,
tain R. K. Carson, landed at Hauler's
&veralboat loads of our Tropic friends FISHIXU TACKLE.
Haven last week with a very pleasant
tere in our town on Saturday last, notwithstanding party, consisting of Mrs. Woodruff, the Ship Cr.L Gc
"' the high winds thatpre- 1'1d1ery >c>ds 9 \r'
Misses Bear, Carson and Wetmore, and i .
yiiled. father and brother of the genial Captain Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent tooling for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com
pany s plows and cane mills Planet Jr. farm
sale has been made ; '
Another important fine
Mr. Carson Sr., secured a photograph t' ,_,_ :,
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.;; king the past week, of which particulars of the wholf party bathing in the surf. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets .i-: ":r'-.*.
trill follow. Land on our little river If there is a party who can create more ': i

iunreljr] booming. merriment in a given time than the passengers A.HTESIA.NWELL PIPE A ECIA.LITY. <
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'1 Mr.John Aspinwall's residence is befog -' of the Lottie Ruth it hasn't. appeared Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited ',and R

j painted and the grounds artistically at Averill yet. 1 estimates furnished promptly. "

hid out. This property...is one of the I Bay View, the romantic appropriate STILING & TAYLOR. 4
Gallie River I
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finest on the name given Joseph F. Chase's property

, Mr.John Mellor has sold his property boasts of the finest vegetable garden in I ..

itEaa Gallie to Capt. Carey, of Rochester Averill, and it is doubtful if the whole Choice Orange Lands For Sale. master's Sale. I 1 ', -

,IT.Y., who has. already commenced river affords a more prolific place. He Under and by virtue of a decree of I want to !et into a strictly ,dCASH
his newlyacquiredffigh of foreclosure and sale rendered by the
JaproYementa on has almost every variety vegetable
judge of the Circuit Court of the Seventh -
,tv- he Three desirable tracts of high ham-
, under cultivation. Last Saturday mock land, located on east side of East Judicial Circuit of Florida, sittingin
i ffigh) winds and cooler weather during weighed one cabbage, and not the largestone i Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains chancery at chambers for the county SYSTEMOF

] ,Jffpast week. Most of our truck grow- in the field which turned the scalesat ] 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of half of Brevard, dated the eleventh day of
beans to the 21 Ibs. 7 oz. He has not yet expendeda a mile on the river about eighteen acres February, A. D. 1890, in a certain cause.
, ea are now shipping snap wherein The Florida Agricultural College
" Jerthern: markets dollar for fertilizer, mainly because of large cleared] trees., a:bearing Tract prove No. 2 contains and nursery' 74-of a corporation organized and existing BUYING & SELLING

'1 The steamer Cleo, in command of Capt. the prolonged dry spell which only shows 100 :acres with a frontage of fiveeighthsof under the laws of the State of Florida, t
Ie little bay that Mr. Chase struck "one of the garden a mile on the river, about six acres is complainant and Sarah G. Glelsonand 4
into
i ,brought a party our William H. Gleason defendants
and trees in are I thus
cleared small Believing all
spots" of Florida. a prove many can serve custom
i Kontly, and all were very much pleased bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 3478.100 I will sell at public outcry, in front of
pith the picturesque surroundings. They acres, with a frontage of one-fourth of a the court-house door of Titusville, Bre ers. While I will not refuse to credit

# took various photographic views while Xolicc of Dissolution. mile on the river, which is about four vard county Florida, on the first Monday those who have favored me with their
{ t miles in width. These lands: are not un in April, A. D. 1890, the same being the
here. Notice is hereby given that the partnership derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience seventh day of the month, during the trade, I cannot, charge goods at figures

I' '. Mrs Ulinworth, wife of a British heretofore existing between Geo. would plant a grove for his: own legal hours of sale, for cash, to the highest made for cash before delivery. ,
r member of Parliament, accompanied by M. Robbins, Walter S. Graham, and J. use ou land so underlaid. Perfectly bidder the following described real] '
H. Rollins under the firm name of Robbins estate, to-wit:
and healthy, free from fog, malaria and frost.
ler three sons were callers on Mr. & Rollins, Real Estate of land in the of Eau
'" Graham minutes walk from house to ocean A tract village
:.,1Irs.I J. 0. Walton recently. They are dealers, has this day been dissolved by beach.Eight Gallie,Brevard county,Florida,describedas i For Cash Before Delivery :

I :M a pleasure trip, and will return to mutual consent, George M. Robbins and For further particulars inquire of follows to-wit: All of block "C" of
Walter S. Graham having bought the Hall 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, said village, said block being bounded on
England next month.A Rollins in the above Benj. Flour bbl.......... .... 5.fQ. 75-
interest of J. H. Mass., of J. A. Shippie, agent, Geor- the north by "Fountain Park, west by per ; $ $5
: service of song was,held In the Eau named firm, and will continue to negotiate gianna or, Fla. Pineapple avenue south by Jouset street Coal oil, per gallon..........._....... ,2012J > "
( Gallie Baptist Church on Sunday last, sales of Real Estate as a branch of and east by Indian river, according to a Ibs. granulated sugar......-.... 1 00* .
leading the their law business, under the firm name survey made by William H. Gleason, a 14 11>8. C sugar........................_.. 1 00"... .
Hp. Nelson I
of Georgiana, of Robbins & Graham and will assume Masters' Sale. map of which is now on record in Bre 15 Ibs. choice rice........-.............. 1 00- **:
;' ringing. It was the generally-expressed any indebtedness now due by Robbins, : yard county;; the said block being the 14 Ibs. best rice.........._............_ 1 00,
; --Jab that this lady would favor our : Graham & Rollins, and collect accounts Under and by virtue of a decree of block on which the Agricultural College BIb:). XXX wda crackers-......... 1)0) ,. I-
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: church and settlement with her company due to said firm.Titusville foreclosure and sale rendered by the jude building is situated, or as much thereof 50 Ibs. corn meal or grits............100 ,
to often she could be from her II February 17, 1890. of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial -I' as will be sufficient to satisfy said decree 24 Ibs, best patent flour............... 1 00
as spared GEORGE M. ROBBINS Circuit of Florida, sitting in chancery 'I and costs ot sale. 25 Ibs. fancy flour .-..... ,........... 1 Oft
Dome duties. WALTER S. GRAHAM. at chambers for the county of Bre- Purchaser to pay for titles. D. S. meat,lard and picnic hams.. 08%
'. One of our most energetic citizens J. H. RoLLnrs. vard,dated the eleventh day of February, JAMES SANDERS, Boneless ham and breakfast bacon 131 *

has gone into the poultry business, and 1 A. D. 1890, in a certain cause wherein Dried beef..... ............--1-::! ......- 15 ,
has from Merritt's Island, a land timbered with large yellow Harry Fisher is complainant and John V. Beggs & Palmer and Robbins & Graham Rye flour and Graham flour......- 0.41,
: imported, Good Baird and Abraham DuBois Baird and solicitors for complainant. Buckwheat flour........................ 04$
i.fef. ] fine rooster. It was still alive when pine and fronting on Lake Worth, D. L. Gaulden, as assignee, are defendants Steel cut oat-meal........_....... : 05
i< 1asi heard from. The hens are still in at Jewell P. O., will be sold cheap in lots I will sell at public outcry, in frontof Weakness FOR TilE, Malaria BLOOD, Indigestion, and Navy ns (good)...........-....';.r, 05}"'

the hands of his former'owners,but some of any size to suit purchaser. Beautiful the court-hou door in Titusville, Biliousness.takeBROWN'S IRON BITTERS.It Best Nary beans............_........ 08J
::. Important sales daily looked for, sites, location high, dry and Brevard county, Floriday, on the first cures quickly. For Bale by all dealers In Lima beans............................... 08}'
I ;''S are building land Monday April, A. D. 1890, the same _medicine. Get the genuine._ Peas, per quart................ .....10 to 12].-
with falling egg market. healthy; a narrow strip of only a being the seventh day of the month, Lady peas, per quart.................. 20 l,
I ': Arsons contemplating a raid on the few hundred feet wide opposite this land during the legal hours of sale, for cash, XOTICE. Florida syrup, per gallon....-:..... 60,

'* tarloua chicken yards will, as a favor, divides the Atlantic Ocean from Lake to the highest bidder to-wit the following described In Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Circuit Can corn, pe&dozen.......$:L35to 215' ;
real
Prospectors! are invited to look estate, : in and for Brevard county and State Can apples (3 lb.), per doz--..-.- l' 35< ;
not confiscate the ent1y.imported Worth. information That tract or parcel of land situate, of FIJridllChancery, A. D. 1R90. Can tomatoes (2 lb.),.................... 1- 00
r thoroughbred doubt spurred rooster, ast at this land. For further lying and being in the county of Brevardand Can tomatoes (3 lb.)...............- 1'35-
the owner was at great expense and address P. O. box 5,J ewell,FIl., or Capt. state numbered of Florida six described nnd'en as follows J. B. Terry1 Can Okra and tomatoes (3 lb.)..... 2 .00 '

Fj' ruble in bird. This"fowl"tpecimen O. S. Porter, Lake Worth, Fla. : Lots (6) vs. Champion or Rose milk, per doz.. 1 35
the in
securing : (7) of section six (6) township thirty- A. F.S. WiYlianisand ] Bill for Relief. Butterine (cooking butter), 20 and 25 j
s. may be seen, before moonrise, one (31), south of range thirty-nine (39) Hepsoy F. Williams,f Butter (best creamery made)...... 30
to Physicians
.j. V special permit any of our colored Public Notice east and containing one hundred and his wife. Chicago baking! powder............2 for 45
'E[: citizens;. and Surgeons. three (103) acres, more or less.of section Also] six all It appearing from the bill filed in this Patapsico h '* -.........-2for45
of lot numbered one (1) 3 pounds of cheese for............. 50
Board in '
.:n Messrs. Losey and Benson returned Office of the Medical Examining (6) in township thirty-cue (31) south of cause that the respondents, A. F. S.

*: from a hunting trip on Wednesday last, and the Seventh Judicial District. range thirty-nine (39) east, saving and Williams and Hepsey Williams, his
bi for excepting all of those certain tracts of I wife are non-residents of the State of
S Ying a wagon-load of alligators as the Sanford, Fla., March 3, 18 1O. land sold to C. F. Fischer and Walter Florida, and that their residence is to My Stock is too LargeTo

S ': result of two days' sport. Mr. Fred. accordance with an Act entitled and Svlvanus Kitching. The tract soldto complainant unknown. It is therefore
Sooston accompanied the party Mr. In Regulate the Practice of said C. F. Fischer being nine acres, as : ordered that the said respondents do
Act to
c' "Pinwall "An 1889 shown by deed bearing date August 13th, plead, answer or demur to the said bill '
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the hootists onthe.r approved May ,
"ii photographed Medicine, etc., notified that the Boardof 1886, and the tracts sold said \Valterand for relief on or before the tenth day of Quote EYErJthin i ;
arrival. When you want sport, you are hereby Examiners in and for the Sylvanus Kitching, being five acres, more April A. D. 1890, or the same will be ,1- ,,
J' try Eau.Gallie. It now has a good store Medical Judicial District of the State of or less, as shown by deeds bearing date taken as confessed, and the said com- y "" rIces':: t
bd i first-class hotel. Seventh will meet at Sanford, Orange the 17th day of March, A. D. '1884, con- plainant be allowed to proceed ex-parte A Corresponding Range of .Twill .
Florida,
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taining in the aggregate fourteen acres, with his said cause. It is farther or-
', One of the oldest houses on the Eau county,'room No.20 Pico the Block second, Friday Fri-, and being situate on the north side of dered that a copy of this order be pub- be given.

Galue River is shortly to be pulled April 11th said,month 1890, being,and will adjourn Saturday said lot one (1), section six (6), township lished once a week for four consecutive t .
k 'awn! after standing the full force of all day in 12th, at noon. thirty-one (31) south, of range thirty- weeks in the FLORIDA STAR newspaper,
April
I M. D. nine(39) east, or as much thereof as will published at Titusville, in raid county
and the past H. F. DoBois. ,
;: gales during Signed, B.'RUMPHTITUSVIL4E
!ghteen President. be sufficient to satisfy said decree and and State. GEO. ;
w years. Mr. Walton, who now M. D. costs of sale.Purchaser. In witness whereof I have hereuntoset
H. CALDWELL ,
*&asa store-house, Is about to have it FRANK Secretary. to pay for titles. my hand and the seal of said Court

J fl5e1oved, so that he may have the ground Address all communications, JAMES SANDERS, at the Court House in Titusville, this
N. B. Special Master.Rgbbins the 5th day of March A. D. 1890. '
flower Intends build- to the Secretary -
J He for reply,
garden. enclosing stamp
$"" County Fla & Graham, solicitors for cumplaiuant. [L. S.] A. A- STEWART, .
another addition In the rear of his at Sanford, Orange 46 Clerk of, the Circuit Court
:!\':"'-ut pIeturea ue11-6ituated resideD 47 4t

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t., THE FARMERS.( TIle business Kansas fact that is that proved urround4 they by wero the No announcement doing Man's: a Land.large 19 Wants. S. H. RAYTITUSVILLE ,

that the parties running the places and
who supposed they were safe from inter-

Remarkable Growth of Their Alliance firremre 1.1 y the government, were making -0- FLA.Oen'I .
.'... arrangements to enlarge their plants.The .
in Kansas.No material was already upon the ,

ground I J. 8. & CO.,

Twenty-One Year* for Hap.
Longer to Ba Regarded as
Ind. March :5. Pat Con- I
VIN*.EX: ES, Merchandise
Insignificant.. ners, the tramp who committed a crim- f
!I inal assault on Mrs. Geor Weaver, near FORWARDING
I \Vheatland, pleaded guilty to tIle charge Schedules in Effect Nov. 17,1S!>9.
Have of Htvinc MajorityIn ,
They Hope
: of rape, and was sentenced to twentyone STORE. Trains of tjiis line run on Central Standard ta+
the Next fAoc'stature-WIII or Will -
in the full
years penitentiary-the Time:, and arrive and the 11
dep.artT oln
2ottbe Alliance Support Senator IDI I penalty. AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS J. T., & K. '\ and S. F. Union de-
jrmlU for e-Eleril.m-\nDoal Se!*.km I pot.
REMARKABLE IF TRU!!:.
r s of the MlnneaoUk Alli&uce. I West India Fast Mail.
Cmc.uiU.larch 8.-A Herald special The Story Concarntuz the Experience of I propose to k epA No. 27. Xo-14

; from Topeka, Kas., says: J. J. O'Connor, of !St. Lotii 1 2 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m

The continued rapid growth of the ST. Louis, March 6.-The local press is 1 36 p m..Green Cove Spring..5 21 a m
First-Class Stock .........
Farmers' Alliance iri'Kan\3S b phenomenal. puzzled over the case of John J. O'Connor 2 30pni -Palatka.4 25 a II1

t In sonu couutia; of the state nine which is certainly a most remark- 3 30 p m........ ...Seville .........JJ Oa m t

out of ten ul the farmers belong to the J able one. It was claimed that he had 4 13 p m..DeLand Junction....2 03 a In
which is destined to I died and that his body was takm to the -oFGROCERIES- 4 23 p ni..Oran City June....! 49 a m car
organization revolutionize : morgue, where it it wa* identified by his TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. i 5 15 P m...........Sanford...........1 15 a m
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politics in the suntiower state. 6 ..........Orlando. ..
t wife, who had him buried in Calvary 13pm .. .....11 40 p m
Judge V. A. Pilfer, editor of leaderof The cemetery. A few days later it wad -:o:- 7 20 p m......_.Ki&>immee-.....10 50 p m

Kansas the alliance Fanner movement and the recognised, asserts boldly claimed that O'Connor" alive that 10 13 p m..........Tampa........... 7 30 p m

"at this early day that the alliance us certain his wife had been mistaken, and that the WE WANT 10 45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv. 6 30 p m
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to elect the next legislature When man who was taken to the grave was Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between dacefap

asked, Tuesday, if memU-rs( elected by :' not her husband.It THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE. New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stops
i that there is at Kissimmee for Nos.
r the alliance would support Senator In- now transpires every supper. 14 and 27
galls for re- lectiou. he aid: I I j I reason to believe that O'Connor was not connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steamship -
"That depends: entirely the posi 1. buried by proxy, but in hi own proper WE WANT Line for Key West and Havana. Ships
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tion taken by :Mr. Ingalls. I some time II I I pen-on, soave time between the night of You to be sure to Come and See Us DRY COODS sail from Port Tampa on Mondays and
i since addressed a letter to Mr. Ingalh I[: Monday, Feb. JO and the afternoon of Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27
I Wednesday. O'Connor was seen Saturday When you come to town.
with the questions: i connects at Palatka Junction with the Flor-
"First-What legislation, if any, do !I I night and statel most emphatically ida Southern R ilway.
you recommend by way of relief to that the grave in the cemetery u empty, WE WANTTo NOTIONS TRAINS BETWEEN DELA.VD JUNCTION AND
: and he exhibited a cut which had been ,
in the '
farmers present depressed condition Talk to You. DELAND.
of agriculture? i j': made half way across the abdomen. Lv DeLand NoSO No32 No3 NoSG No38
He is of the opinion that he was really
"Second Do favor increase in
an Junction-4:45p 8:50a
you 12:35p
WE WANT ]!ellS' Ladies' & Cliildrens' 220p4:15p
buried and that his \\o\y\ was taken
of If up
the volume f \r
circulating money DeLand 4:40a 9:10a 12:50p 2:35p 7:05p tad
+ yes, to what extent, in what way do and conveyed to a dis -ctin6 room whi'ein : To Work With You. .
you propose to effect the change. and a state of suspend animation, aud No31 No33 No35 No37 No39V
how get the money iu circulation'i that when the ur.-t incision was made i' WE WANTTo SHOES. ; PeLaml3:40a 8:20a 11:30a l:52p 3:50p
"Third-In what respect, if at all, and caused a flow of Mood which stored Ar Deland
for what purpose do you favor changingthe him to coneionsnea; Ho slates that he Post You on the Markets. Junction.3:35a 8:40a 11:45a 2:07p 4:10p
National banking law? went'to a lodging housi :Monday uvunin' ALSOCROCKERY Trains 38 and 39 run daily. Nos. 30

'Fourth-Do you favor free and un 1 that be knew nothing more until WE WANT; and 31 run on Mondays, Wednesdays and
limited coinage of silver at present \\ o-tafsday night, when h.> found himself Fridays only. Nos. 34 and 35 ruu to and S
+ weight and fineness ,, seated on !h* court h')u*e steps in a To Ship For You and &e to Your Ship GLASSWARE from Beresford on Mondays, Wednesdays

"Up to this date' the request had not dazed condition.. weal and sick. ments here. and Fridays. All others daily except Sun-
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been complied with. My opinion is that A RAGS FOR WATER. day. aA
Senator Ingalls and the farmer of Kansas t WE WANT HARDWARE South Florida Accommodation.No. .
cannot get together upon these important -: An ICxrJtliig ):v-n1. u
questions." j .xiI O.r u., Fir*'. To either Buy or Handle most of the |lAND. 8 30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar...6 15 p In 9

: In-Minnesota.- w." j OODEV: Utah, March 3.-Th<>re was ani Fruit and Produce of this section 9 33 a m...Green Cove Spring. lb p m

i interesting and exciting race on he Central of the country.WE 10 35 a m......... .Palatka-.........4 25 p m
ST. PAUL March The annual
of the, Minnesota Farmers' alliance session 'aci>.c road Ihurbviay morning neari Ship Chandlery Goods 11 39am............Seville........._3 03pm

met here Tuesday. Nearly four hundred i i Blue creek thirty-" \0 mile west of WANT 12 30 p m... DeLand Junction ...2 11 pm
delegates were present. | here. It was a race a: uui",.t tunaud 12 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 03 p m
Deputy state lecturer Fish painted a i the goal ahead was the water tank six You. to Know, if we cannot Buy Your These will be the main features of 3 35pm.........Titusville.........11 57 am
dark picture of how the farmers are miles dbant.: .'.s tr.t wcstt'ouud fat Products, We Can Ship it for You. business, but orders sent me for my 1 20 P m..Ar Sanford Lv......1 30 p m -
being robbed by the boards of t&de of j mad reached a point six miles west of thing in store in Titus-any- Daily except Sunday. No 23 connects
kept
: Blue Croci the discovered the any Palatka with Florida
Minneapolis and Chicago which raisedor ': engineer WE WANT ville will be filled. Southern Railway.
lowered the price of wheat as they I mail car which was tilled with through promptly Connection made also with Indian 1.rb

pleased and held the starving farmers at mail wad on fire. You to help us to make Titusville River steamers at Titusville to and from .
their mercy. It wa time he declared I An effort was made to put it out, but, 'distributing point for the Productsof landings on Indian River.
that the big gambling hell in Chicagowas there bein, no water: near the engineer Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens Jacksonville uud Sanford Accom
wiped out of existence, and if the ,. opened the throttle and resolved to reach the river, and sell our modation..
.farmers rose in their might that mightbe the water tank if possible in tim to save Products here. 1\0.15 No. 78
accomplished. the valuable cargo. Each minute the Or any Country Produce my customersor 3 35 p m-Lv Jacksonville Ar-12 40 p m

W.8. Grove, county lecturer, followedin burning train was a mile nearer the WE WANT friends: may bringto 3 33pm..GreenCoveSpring.n 37 a m

a similar strain.: }1 promised rescue and six minute lauded market.I 4 30 p m..........Palatka ........10 45 a m
During the morning hours H developed i the burning train under the spout of the In fact to save you money, and can do it 5 40 p m.........J3eville. .... ... 9 36 a m
that there are three factions, one j i tans but too late. The interior wa a if you will help us. 6 38 p m.Deland Junction... 8 44 a m I
I favoring an endorsement of Albert Shef- I seething mass of flames, and l.*o sacks ask for a share of the public patronage ; 6 49 p m..0range City June... 8 30 a m
fer the candidate for of through mail were almost entirely and come as a supplicant not a
Republican gov- WE WANT I 7 30 p m..Ar Sanford Lv..... 7 55 a m
ernor; a second wants Merriam, the I corsurned.' di tator, asking for your favors.If Daily except Sunday.No. I
present governor, endorsed, and a third I \\ or.l soon spread through the coaches You to know we are head-quarters for courteous treatment,good .78 connects at Palatka Junction with
asks that the alliance break from that the train was on fire. The greatest and low
away goods figures is Florida Southern
I Crates etc. Railway.
the old and excitement prevailed, and only the lightning Vegetables, ,
parties place Ignatius !L ou- the candidate for Sanford and Lake Eustis nall"a,.
nelly, the sage of Ninnigfr. in the field bjKtHl of the train prevented the favor
public LEAVE ABRIVE
,
on a Farmers' Alliance tint reform p1S.en? platform. Thomas Orchards, chief clerk of Uw then I'm 81 No. 83 No. KO 1'082

Th Shfiff people are bt: power and railway mail service, of Ogden, was ou Sell you your Orange Boxes and elected.Agent 7:40 pm 9:00 a m-Sanford..8:10 a 1:10 p m

will likely remain so. There are now the train. He says he is unable to give Orange Wraps, and will do it if you i 8:01 p m 4:30 a m..Paola..7:59a 13:47 pm
nearly ..\) alliances in the state with. even a theory of the tiring of the car. for Chattanooga Plow Co. 8:34 p m 10:22 a m.Sorrento7:34a 12:17 pm l
will come to see us. 8:4
mlO:46 m.1t1tDor .7:2"la. 12.03
p pm
a total membership of over :iii'K)0.) Oft
Chilled Plows and
GREAT ELECTRICAL SCHEME. SugarCane : 9:00 mlltlO a m.Tavares-7:10a 11:50
h se alliances 250 are" new on+.. The I p pm
most rapid growth ho been in the northern Thut 01 Utilizing: the MI.'* lpj>P. Power WE WANT Mills.; Daily except Sunday. No. 18 connect
I at Sanford with West India Fast Mail. No.
of the
port state. at MlnneapolU and St. Pant.
-. -- I You to know that we are Agents for the 82 connects at Sanford with Jacksonville
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MINXEAPOLIS, Minn., March 4.-The s. II. R.ay.
YOUNG LINCOLN DEAD. Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnishit and Sanford accommodation for points
latest rumor is that Villard is at: the head .
I, Dem!** of the Only Sun of Our Mlnlte of a company just being formed in New low down. North. Indian Hirer Express.No. .
to .; !,. ,l.LoSDoy .
; York, the purpose of which w to erect a
March S.-Young Abraham mammoth electrical manufactory at 'WE WANT 27 No. 78
HERE WE ARE AGAIN 12 40 m.Lv.Jacksonville Ar..12.4O
: Lincoln, only son cf United States Meeker island. It is to be.a huge indus p. p m
inbtu Lincoln: trial undertaking for the manufacture of You to know that we burn our own : 30 p m......,...Palatka..........10 45 a m
i. 4 13 m..DeLand Jun...... 8 44
"'" electrical street motors electrical Lime and of p a m
...' died at 1 t:07 car Oyster-Shell course,
4 23 June... 8 30
.
motors for running printing presses,sew p m..Orange City a m
o'clock Wednes- ing machines, elevators and the supplyof can give you bottom prices. 4 40'p m..Enterprise Jnnc-...8 18 a m

day morniu every known electrical appliance and 4 49 p m........Enterprise........ 7 50 a m
'4iI Young Lincoln equipments. The creation of such worksis WE WANT J.V.\ ROGERS & CO. 5 06 p m... ........Osteen.......... 7 OS a m

.. J.v passed quietly. He away was only the outcame of the Villard- You to know that we handle Cement 6 12 p m........LaGrange........ 5 12 a m
Meeker dam scheme. Three sets of damsare 6 20 p m..Ar Titusville Lv... 5 00 a m
in a comatose and Plaster Hair.
state this morning to be erected in the two miles below Before an intelligent, appreciative and Daily except Sunday. Steamers leave Ti-
and his stomach Meeker island. Electricians say that if tusville daily,except t Sunday for all points
rejected allnouriittmieut. the Villard-Meeker dam schonv is car- WE WANTTo discriminating public, present ourselvesand to Indian River as far south as Melbourneat }
ried out, a* it undoubtedly will 1*>. local 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne
The make our bow announcing that we
that
minds ,
I' manufacturers can then supplied with impress upon your we
attending i phyri-j Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5:00
cians, atver aare- f power at a price equip alent to tie $;J per represent are candidates for their favors, good a m for all points south as far as Jupiter,
--:*- ton now paid by the eastern manufacturers connecting then with for Juno and all
- = nil examination, Thompson & Edwards, wishes and-cash. stage
for coaL
r.--
ATt&AKA T
expressed the I landings on Lake Worth.
opinion that their patients end was onlya The Georgia F.irniTs AlMineVASHIXOJTON. of Chicago, Halifax Diver Exnreiw.No. .
matter of a few hours. For a time "\ March 4.-The members The largest manufacturers of Fertil- As blood is thicker than water, so is 27 No.78

j.reviouH to his death h..was entirely free I of the Georgia delegation in the izers in the west and keep constantlyon cash better than credit. We propose to 12 40 p m-.Lv Jacksonville Ar.12 40 p m

from pain. AU the members of MinisterLincoln' hour of representative have h.id notice brands of their 2 20 P m....Ar Palatka Lv....10 45am
family went at the bed- hand the following get out of the old ruts, and Sell our
present
served upon| them that: their -electedI 2 50 p m....Lv Palatka Ar.... 9 M P m
ide. I will be niested bv an organize! Opposition Goods: Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard 6 00 p m..Ormond.......... 6 25 p m
The long straggle made for life by I partv They have received loiters World of Good, for Orange Trees. 6 2.1 p m.Ar Daytona Ly..- 6 00 a m
young Lincoln developed a sympathy that the All. of U Cash. .
:
armen* nco : ooninien Daily
for the lad entirely outride of the interest World of Good, for Truckers. except Sunday.
candidate in the geld
i ": a to put a Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, No.
felt in him the of the
as grandson Ground Bone.
: in each.c'nre.ionaldistrict at the next Pure fine
martyred president and eon of the We handle a first-class line ofOlotliing 82 West Bay street and at Union depot,
elo-tion. uud that of the
I non present Blood Bone and Potash.Chicar&Bone Jacksonville.
United States: minister to England. d
location from Georgia will be found I
:
After.,bis fathers appointment he was O:l the dunce! ballot Meal. J. A. LACXEBD, G. D. ACKEBX.T,
afflicted br an ahcess and was taken to !'I I .- --- ----- Dissolved Bone. Supt. Gen. Pass. Agt.
France for treatment, but the results I No.r S.. :r.. In t"'uu"a. W. P. LA WSHE,Ticket Agt.Titusville.
'"
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were not good. Blood poisoning followed -I ti.'iu-t: I. T., :\ -Great indignation WE WANT D. F.JACK, General Manager.
an operation, and after returning I is expressed here at the statements -
You to know we keep on hand Both Ready-made and to Order. GEO. E. CHASE. A. a CHAPPfXL.
to London the patient failed rapidly.He
was I? years: of age. I the press from fopeka in regard: to the Sulphate of Potash, GEO. E. PHASE & CO.
The queen has sent to Minister Lincolna alleged nel ro colon;ration of Oklahoma.The Land Plaster OurGents' ,
message' of sympathy and condolence I lands in Oklahoma: all taken up. ,
upon the death of his son. I and among the settlers there is only a Canada II. \ T. Ashes, SHIP CHANDLERY,

The body of the deceased will be em- h.n.Jful of m>groes. It is difficult to un- Tolacco Stems and Furnishing DepartmentIs l lId
balmed and sent to the United States for I demand how thousands: of-negroes are HARDWARE lI
ImriaL. to be colonized on lands already occupied Cotton Seed Meal.
Complete. Nobby Hats from
I legitimate claimants.Labor I
IN NO MAN'S LAND. by WE WANT Patent Logs Wire Rope RifiB[
I
first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the ,
Three Large DUttllcrle. Seized by Ooy- :ote.. You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE FISHING GEAB SPRUCE LADDEE3.
,
eminent Offlcen. 'i' The Cincinnati bricklayers and stonemasons most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and

i CLAYTON, N. M., March 8.-For some are making a demand of forty cents WANTTo Hand Satchels, too low to quote. Agent for Deroe k LVs Paints, Tale
time it has been rumored that moon- I an hour, being an incrauie of four cent The merit your patronage by fair and Life Preservers, Tent k Awning Co.* I

shiners were at work in No Man's Land, I unless various an contractors answer is made being there notified will,be andI astetike honest dealings, and we mean business- For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can- Patent Anchors.
forty miles north ot here. News has BOAT GEAR O7 ALL KINDS.
j involving 2.593:
men. not be excelled in the
TRY US. county.
been received of the seizure of three I
I fcporUng v.l'ks. Correspondence Solicited. Telephone
distilleries with
large a large amount of
i Jik Sprain, tried 4or prize fighting at -:0Respectrul1y.:- We earnestly ask an inspection of our I
machinery and whisky br United States "
officers. The three distilleries were |, mouthed Purvis Miss.imprisonment, has txa in sentenced the Punia to jail two i Goods before buying elsewhere.J. 266.Nos.. 88 $ 90, E. Bay St.,
business '
doing an enormous -not only
supplying the neutral and New and to pay a fine otlfSXX A decision JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
J. S. WATSON & CO.
.Mexico*witli whisky,,, but 'lag shipping Iu Sullivan's case fa.cxpjgted: next Monday. W. Rogers & Co. *ao.17'


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s .. TH$ FLORIDA 'STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 33, 1890. 7

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"The archbishop Paris issued a decree Bucklen's Arnica Salve.

: f' IT IT AGAIR forbidding The title of cremation.Henry DS. Stanley new bed THE BEST vE in the world for Cuts, : I cS / r: '

is "The Darkest Africa; the Quest, Rescue Bruises, Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever NH (' / a
Sores Tetter, Chapped Hands Chilblains >
aDd Retreat of Emin." -j 1! o ,

Eight men were imprisoned in mine Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, ...0 % 'Y, .... ,/.
a at .
I" and positively cures Piles or no re- oq"l: 'i. ,
1Old Fend ReTired Between uSbarre' **., Monday, by an explosion pay 0'Y r
quired. It is to rl V
which set fire to guaranteed give perfect 'v ,
the timbers
Kentucky Factions. and stint ofi satisfaction refunded. cJi ... .Q ">
[ eecapot The fire still and all or money Price ;:, % ,
rages hope oi 0
25 cents box. For sale by Dixon & \: <
saving the per 0
r unfortunate men has been ab&.ndoODed. <."V :T' \: .
Five were married Grey. 1019. V "> t.
Six People! Reported Killed .. .(: L {,). .
The Great Social <.'X. .. ': .
Within a Week. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Requisite. "" V .J( $- o'ltv .' ie
..Blue Blood" is still (\y N 'I:!'atio., .. ePo
Life. an essential part 'V1' '_ atio oe t. ttt
of the social question but after all :v: S t. .
Trouble Start Over the It was just an ordinary of great 7 C 'lt 5"
Dl-
'L ..
Rent scrap wrapping ::o..." i. "p
D1e .
but It pure blood is the key of life, and P. P. P. ."-' ".. .. p
paper saved
her life. She c;
c-
of Some Uouse-hoM Good of a was ..\) :- e.$
vision bas
In the last stages of consumption told achieved phenomenal success .;s a ," .p v.. c y&y / e
Couple Who HAd Decided to S-psrate. purificant and corrector of all ailments e ,
.
by physicians that she was incurable and o }1 t:
Wtnche*ten Brought Out to yet le It. could live only a short time she rising from bad blood and its contingent ,,00"' "' '" -' ,
less than ; weighed unhappy effects. For sale by all %0,,. t' > .. # 0
Bore Trouble Anticipated.jjxBBOUKSViLLK seventy pounds. On a piece of : o. ...C' o.q; {r ,
(.
ruggists.ABBOTTS.EAST ,,' '>
wrapping paper she read of Dr. 04. :.'V
March 6. King's (
Kj.t -Sin- :
New Discovery !! .... (, o ..& .!!to' 1
at Flat lick, SheriT Ca'luway got a sample bottle; INDIAN CORN ... .
by, it helped her she <; .. 5--" ,,
bought a large bottle -q, .,
shot removes .
Qirnes was fatally by a desperado it PAINT all Corns. Bunions and -' .. v .
helped her
more, bought another and t ;
." '
: b
named Bill! Smith, leader of the Sniith grew better fast continued its Warts. ,... .. ;;. ,, lv :'-
use and is "> ;>
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Smith lusher ,, ; '\ Ie',
the
feud.
of The
taction now
strong,healthy, rosy.plump weigh- :LADIES
deputy sheriff attempted to arrest one of ing 140 pounds. For fuller particularssend Neeamg a tonic,or children that Rant building

the Smith party. Their leader objected, stamp to W. II. Cole Druggist, .***....-.. Bnow up is,should!IRON take BITTERS.It .

, and opened fire with a Winchester rifle, Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this wonderful is pleasant to take,cures Malaria, Indigestion 0 Q
t.y one ball passing through the deputysheriff's Disbovery free at Dixon & Gray's ,and Biliousness. All dealers keep it. t

body. drug-store. 22
" Advice to Mother
r Carnes is a brother-in-law of the Mes- Persons who lead a life of Mrs.WnfSlew's SOOTHING: bxacpshonldalways
four of the most desperate men in exposure are be used when children are cutting teeth. It releyestheiittlesuffereratoacejitproducesnatnral-
e peres subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lum- ,
the mountains, who are also>> members of bago and will find a valuable remedy in quiet Bleep,and the little cherub awakes"brightas
the Slusher side of the feud. They rallied Dr. J. H. McLean's a button. It is very pleasant to taste. It
their forces and started in pursuitof Volcanic Oil Lini- soothes the child,softens the gums,allaysall pain, W1EaARK Y P V!: Li
Smiths crowd but have not ment; it will banish pain and subdue infla- regulates the bowels andis the best known remedyfor S
yet come whether
mation. diarrhoea, arising from teething or
Physician endon P.t.f. M a splendid O .'
contact with each other. Should FROM NEW YOKE CITY.
in theydo other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle. and preterit It with great satisfaction tor the cures or
BO a battle will be the result. Either When you are constipated, with loss of -- Mr. A B. Uawkes-r' ar Sir: Your PATENT all form and itngtn of 1ft.nd..ry and T rtl&T3yphlua -
EYE GLASSES received
sometime lie, and am
side numbers thirty-five well armed appetite headache,take Dr.J.H. McLean's ,.ESS & CUREDby very much gratified at the worderinl Ci nge that :, .
men. Little Liver and Kidney Fillets, they are Whispersh6aea EAI gab come over n'eyesight since 1 have u Hoarded 'P" (l trRE: '
P'
__ .. xtONS. .Con old glasses, null am now : 'p .. .
Twu Battle Within a Year. pleasant to take and win cure you. 25 centsa t.rtable.b.e.r.f.lwber..11Ce..die.f.it.5.IdbyF.019COr.ealy my ALKXDEB rearing A. yonrs ,
GAR.
. During the past year two battles vial. ,Yi Sw'4.az,Sew Jerk. WrlUfer k,k.fpn rail L A
open Secretary stationers' Board of TraL., ,S ,C; R': (l F' u
bare been fought and men have been All fitted at the Drug Store of e
'I killed on both sides. This trouble becomes Take DeWitt's Little Early Risers. PARKER'SHAIR :5 DI\ON k GRAY TnU&YILLE. FLA.

worse day by day, and more De'nu's Little Early Risers get there. BALSAMCleanses Sores,Glandular,Syphilitic Swelling KbenmaUtm, Rbenmatlim.,ScronUons MUarta Clc rstnO ,
. j bloodshed is imminent. and beautifies the hair. old :mnlc Plf't that hue related all treatment.

i A man living on Poplar creek six Faults of digestion cause disorders of the _Promotes a luxuriant growth.

mile south of this place came to town liver, and the whole system becomes de Never Hair to Fails its Youthful to Restore Color.Gray

I Monday for a wagon load of coffins, ranged. Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening Prevents PanclrutI and hair falling
60c.and Jit.00 at Prom!%
and gave an account of a bloody: affray Cordial and Blood Purifier perfects the process _
,
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; that occurred on that creek Sunday even- of digestion and assimilation, and thus

4 'fffag, in which old man Archie Legeer, makes pure blood.If CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH (HBin9BB0mma vBBOMBnsi Bm
M his son and McKinney, his son-in-law, .. FE 'd YROYtL HL tll Catarrh"Win Dilates.LOSE a, Chrome Female Cotsplaint. -
you suffer pricking pains on movingthe ..aureurlal Potion Tet w,8cs dhaad..te,eta
l were killed outright by Joe Turner and ICtti Cross Diamond lsra:!td. P.P.P.It a powerful toele a. 1 an excellent acer itbx
-.1' two other men from Bell county. eyes, or cannot bear bright light, and < The only reliable pin for 8'11".5elra 4ft" HOW?
find sight weak and should .MA-
your failing,you Ladle Mk D"'tICffOl'1Io.
1 How It Started. ..
anuadBrand,inredmeuLfoburacfe&:-ie'
promptly use Dr. J. II. McLean's Strength- "rthblu.nbboo.Takeaoother.lto.!. 44
Can the world know
a man has a good
The trouble GTeout of dividing some ening Eye Salve. 25; cents a box. (itarnpi) tor partianl&n and "Relict f-r
4UMM , household goods belonging to McKinney CUebeeter C.. Malla bq,Philed,.,l's.. of it."VANDKRBILT. E
s.
"'i 1 and his wife, who had separated. They Ask Dixon & Gray whatfeWitt'sLittle e
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all congregated at Legeer's house for the Early Risers! are.
MADE WITH COILING ATER.EPPs'sl. _J_
of the between
dividing -
purpose property ,building np the system rapidly.
the man and his wife, but could Eupepsy. Ladles whose systems are poisoned and whose uooxS t d
Is In an cond'tlmi des to manatraal trreralart-
not agree only in one particular, and that This i is what you ought to have. In Impure

i. was to settle the matter with Winchesters. fact you must have it, to fully enjoy life. I

Three killed and several others Thousands are searching for it daily.and GRATEFULCOMFORTING.Cocoa.
.'j wounded was the result. mourning because they find it not. Thousands WRITE US

! A man named Stringer and one named upon thousands of dollars are i .

,j lane were killed at Gray's, near here, a spent annually by our people in the hope wherever you live,and

. few days since, making a total of six that they may attain this boon. And yet a we will ship you a

killed for the last week in this county. It may be had by all..e guarantee that I.ADBYITII BOILING.AT} R. D fine instrument on 15Days' tins blood are cleansing p-cnllarly benefited pertlea of by f.T.the Tn wonderful Prickly Ash tonic,Pole and
,. Circuit court commenced here Monday Electric Bitters, if used according to directions -- I I Root and Pntanlnm. "
Test Trial in
morning and, should it adjourn without and the use persisted in, will

aayof, these murderers being brought to bring you Good Digestion and oust the your own home.

.. justice Governor Buckner will be asked demon j.
to again remind the Kentucky legislature pepsy. We recommend Electric Bittersfor

'*) that we are still on the warpath.THE dyspepsia and all diseases of the liv- ii I ,

RIVER er, stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. How Lost How Regained,

CUMBERLAND. and $1.00 per bottle' by Dixon & Gray.
;: LIPPMAN BROS. Proprietors
t-, Passe the Danger Line UuudredsAtlomele druggists. 22 = H JENCEOF NO CASH REQUIREDUntil WUOL:SALE DRUGGISTS., ,,

: **-Much DRID&Je.NASiIVw.x Cleanse your breath with DeWitt's Lit- = \ Lippman Block. SA'ANMAK,. CA.

i Tenn.. March -Reports tle Early Risers, Dixon & Gray. 11fE' you hare tested and approved. Our freight* --
the loVer Cumberland river both ways if instrument fails to please in either v J !tJ

;'from lent: much distress on the lowlands.repre- His girl didn't go back on him becausehe to style give, price fair and or full quality.test, and Ours buy the if rule fully,yours pleased.only ...h.. ._'t.:: ...,-;_-_.-. -, .' '-,'A _./.. ,.-y A
: 4
; People have been compelled on account used DeWitt's Little Early Risers. i --11 )

of the flood to drive their stock to high A sort of lethargy sometimes takes pos- KNDWTHY5ElE( 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied B''I J-ilIIIIl." J#7'7"\ttJa

ground and many of them have been session of the Kidney's and bladder; they THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL are those put t.,>by
compelled to leave their own homes for stimulated Scientific and Standard Popular Medical: Treatiseon PLAN, first introduced in the South by us. Fairest D. M. FERaY:1 CO.
should be promptly to healthy
elevated Many of the the Errors ofYouthPrenatureDechueNervousand method of sale possible,and a great benefit to
more positions.
action by the use of Dr. J. II. McLean Physical Debility, Imparities of the Blood. those at a distance who cannot visit our ware-rooms Who are the Largest
Nashville mills are surrounded by Seedsmen in the world.D. .
Liver and Kidney Balm. .M.FRRKT&CO'SBeautifully
water.
ALL RISK SAVEDBy
Driftwood is running so heavily as to The quality of the blood depends much I Illustrated DescriptiveSEED

endanger the bridge piers. upon good or bad digestion; to make the this trial plan,and purchasers absolutely ATi3fL1AL
Thesudden 'rue in the Cumberland blood rich in life and strength-giving con- sured perfect instruments at the very lowest
Dr. J. II. McLean'b II possible cost. Selling only the best instru- for 1890 will be mailed FREE to all
river has cau&ed much'suffering.. Kea.r111,500 stituents Strength-
use
ments made, that will stand the most severe and applicants,and to last season's cus
people have been compelled to ening Cordial and Blood Purifier, it will Resulting from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or comprehensive tests,we do not fear to send them out tomers. It is better than ever. Every -
abandon their homes on the lowlands. nourish the properties of the blood from Overtaxation, Eiervaun end ur. ttng; the victim on trial and let them stand solely on their merits. person using Garden Floweror
: Many houses are under water borne oftleeni which the elements of vitality are drawn. for Work, Business, ti!.e i!arried or Social Relation. All we ask is the privilege of shipping on ap Field SEEDS should send for it. .,;
feet.River Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess! thin great proval. No suite no pay. Our freights if we fail D. M.FERRY6CO.
from twelve to fifteen work. It contains! s''o pages, royal Svo. Beautiful DETROIT MICH.
men claim that the river will REWARD binding,embossed,full gilt. Price only J1.03 by EASY TO BUYFrom
rise six feet marc, which will place it at Is certain if reasonable effort is made to mail,postpaid,concealed in plain \vapper. Illustrative : -

,,J fifty-one feet above low-water mark and cure a cough by the use of DeWitt's Cough distinguished Prospectus aithor Free,Wm.if H you. Parker apply,now.M. D.,The re- us by correspondence. No matter whether
far above the danger liae. and Consumption cure this remedy is correct ceivedthe GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL you We live either ten or a thousand miles from ust
all Southern
ship to States. Our is
: At Rome the hardest rain of the season and certain in its action and costs no from the National Medical Association for perfect. Price in plain print and alike system toIL

fell Thuraday night and the river is re- more than unreliable preparations, insist this PHYSICAL PRIZE DEBILITY.Dr.Parkerand ESSAY on NERVOUS corps and One price only. No more, no less. Large;

portel rising two inches an hour. This upon having it. For sale by Dixon & Gray of Assistant Physicians may be consulted, confidentially Discounts from makers prices. All compe-
,: mail in at the office of tition met. Complete outfits free. All freight
is below Point Burnside. The Edge- by or person paid. Easy installments t
Every inducement that
PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
The farmer's friend has for many years TIlE fair house
dealing can offer.
any ;
ostonlUvs.,to whom all
cornparry No.4 Bnlflnch St.
Volcanic Oil Liniment
J. II.McLean's -
beeu Dr.
orders for books or letters for advice should be
,; day on account of backwater. The for horses, cattle,kogs and sheep. It directed as above."The Write for Valuable Information.
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and Trade-Marks and all Fat i
i: thousands of H Civiatc obtained
Prewitt and SpUrr'COIIlP'Uly have forceof has proved its worth in cases.When Catalogues, Circulars, SpecialFall ,
ent bcrlnefw conducted tor Moocfttre nUt
hands engaged in removing lumber the stomach lacks vigor and regularity ; I GladstoDe"LAMP 0"ers-I889. Copy of new Our orricc is OPPOSITE V.S. RrrtNT Office
and making the rafts fast to the banks heartburn Sharps bud we can secure pstcnt i-: less tine uan those:
there will be flatulency, Paper and Flats -
", of the river. remote from Washington.
All along the west side of First street nausea, sickness, headache, nervousness ALL FREE. Address Send model, drawing or photo,with de crfjV'
Use Dr. J. H. McLeans Strengthening Cor- -. is the fined lamp ia the world. tlon. We advise, if patemable or not free of
people have been obliged to flee, and and ltgires.pnre eoftbrilli- charge. Our tee not due tin patent ia secured
hundreds of families are homeless. The dial and Blood Purifier to give tone ant white liuntot 85 candle 1JODEN & BATES A PAMPHLET. "How to Obtain Patent.**with
rl regularity to the stomach. power.PureranJbnghteribffn of actual clients ia State
name or
loss by flood will reach from $700,000 to c u J1 igiit t softer than roar ,county
t $1,000,000. Kentucky lumber companies electric light-moro town, sent free. Address, .

n ;will be the heaviest losers. those yeuralgic troubled with nervousness PersonsAnd resulting w ordinary A cheerful: manelovt lamp than light oily either.(roam SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE, C. A. V N O W & C.

> RESCUED THEIR LOVERS. from care or overwork Iron will be Bitters.relieved by Genuinehas t&t1ngBrown's Seeiagi3Believl A *iv nndf'rfulJamp'It : : SAVANNAH, CA. 0......PATENT Orricc. WASHINGTON. D. C.'

: Two Young TT.men Hold the Officer trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.ADti 'v needs is trimming in<1e?
While They Booape.LEBANON smokes tnr breakschlmneye.never'4mells ABBOTT'So
1CE. MY SON
_Mo., March 6.-A few days "Keep beak cool, your feet warm, of the oii;"' no Clcker-
:your log,no climbing of the
ago the dwelling house of Mr. John liver active and trust in God,"was the flame no aanoj'auce cf Deal with the men who advertise. You
your
Rue, of Franklin township, in this advice of a celebrated phpsician to a patient, / any kind explode.and cannot ALl- will never lose by it."-BBK. FRANKLIN.

county. was burned to the ground. Itwas the action of liver, ii besides it gives a cl:<<:r.
you can regulate your 43- Write L & B. S. M. H.about it. -pHOW'S :: e
whltetiyh&101o20times
... supposed to be incendiary work, kidneys and bowels by using DeWitt's Sarsaparilla size A brilliancyof
k And two young men named William an absolutely reliable blood purifying Qa y ordinary kouelampTinUhed
in ettUrBrasa
Robbins and James Moore were arrested remedy, for sale by Dixon & Gray. ticket, lioiJ or WARTSv RAIN.UPPMAN .
i- and held in the custody of Constable C. Antique Bronze. Also eROliifliWBisrif'ROr MVANNAH -*
; C. Hanley and Deputy. W. J. Lindsay. In the decline of life infirmities beset us The Gladstone Extension Study Lampfor \
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Thursday night, while the constableand to which our youth and maturity were Clergymen Editors, Students, Teachers,
Professors Lawyers, Physicians and other THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER
a deputy were guarding the prisoners strangers, our kidneys and liver are subject professional men. ..

two young women, Swan La- to derangement, but nothing equals Dr. The Gladstone Banquet Lamps.

ttrom and Belle Smith, entered the J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balmas The Gladstone Piano Lamps.
room and held the officers while the of these
regulator organs.
a Send for price list. Single lamps at wholesale -
; : prisoners escaped. The young women SCOTT price,boxed and sent safely by ex ress.cvGet .
-::, were arrested, and are now occupying GREAT ; our prices. Seeing is believing YOUR FENCE ?
t. f the cells formerly occupied by the sweet- Why don't you cure that cough? JeWitt'Cough GLADSTONE LAMP CO., yes

hearts. and Consumption Cure will do it. 71 Park Place, Kew Y rk.IVotlce. We have CHEAPEST and Best

This remedy is positively certain, prompt WOVEN WIRE FENCING k
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Wont 8nuw.Storm Since the*81 Bilzxard.JANESVILLE. and thoroughly satisfactory, if you have I Wire Rope Selvage. 3T
-
Vis., March 4.-The tried it you know this statement to be a fact, 4

i severest; snowstorm that has visited this if you have not you are doing yourself an All persons having claims against the

section since the memorable blizzard of injustice. It is sold by Dixon & Gray. estate of Sophronius Twichell, late of

1681 set in about 3 o'clock Thursday Brevard count y, Florida, deceased, are va
afternoon and continued with much' \OTICE.All required to present them duly lllthentl-

force until noon Friday. About one concerned will take notice that, six rated to the undersigned<< within the time '' .. tg ret .

loot of snow fell, which has driftedbad'1y months after date, I will present my final required by law or this notice will be ; 4

completely demoralizing railway account to Honorable Minor S. Jones, pleaded in bar of their collection; and A strictly first-claw machine,folly TO %trd sod
travel all the trains being behind time Florida all in debt said estate made from very bent materials, bj tk..kwrn 't
County Judge of Brevard county, persons to are required and with best tools ever derived to :',arcee.

several hours._ ___ and pray for an order dismissing me from to make immediate payment to us. Warrrnted to do all that atm be vas pretbd
further execution on the estate of John' This February 7th. 1S90. MDTCHZS HIGH AT 60 CZ5T8 PIE ROD. of the very beat typewriter extant. Carb>of writIng -
Iowa Senatorial ContrC the Lawn. Garden.Poultry and Stock Fendnr.all ISO words per minute or more according to the
DES Moons: Iowa, March 7.The E. Moore, late of said county, deceased.S. AARON CLEVELAND.MARYT. fees and widths.Gates tomatcb.. Prices low.Sold ability of the opmtnr. DEICE, 100. '

Ballot for United States senator in the H. RAY, Administrator. CLEVELAND. rdealers.b Mdirun Fr WOTKJ lrht wiExnaaco.Pal BendforefKalsrs., CHICAUO, iu.f Address PARISH U'FO. CO,
house Tuesday resulted: Allison 60, Titusville, Jan. 6, 1590. 38-6mo. Adm'r and Admr'x. ,.(aLAW1I sad CEJIU."TtJ1X'reaea Agents wanted. PAR1SII, K.T.

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I *,.: > Jliins. Melbourne. where the wind breaks were so dense as THE PEOPLESfigured CASH BAZAARChildren's

We understand that Mr. Hanong has Cool again Saturday and Sunday.The to shut off the circulation of air. Orange

i sold out his interest in'his garden to Dr. Riverside has a good number of trees are full of new and tender growth,
which are not injured in the least degreein lawns, 6c striped suite, $1.25 and $2.50
&: Wiley. guests. most localities. The northeast windof Calico, 5c, 6c, 61c, 7c, 8c Children's plaid suits, $3.751.43, $...69
W. N. Hendry has bought Mrs. J. E.Brady' The annual "slaughter of the innocents Seer-sucker, 9c $532 These run up to 13 yean old
several weeks with the thermom- Faconet 32 inches lOc Youth's suits 13 to
entire stock and leased the store ago 18 years old, $4.73
the plume birds, has begun. eter at 65 degrees, did more damage than GinghAm, 9c, lOc, lie $5.32, $6.25, $7.50, $7.75 .
and lot. New potatoes have been in market for the frost. Chalon cloth, 12c Men's sack suits at $4.69, $5.96. f&S3_ I

Mrs.John Fields of Indianola, with her about two months. Oni.ns, carrots, etc., -'-' -. -- -' ----.-- -______ Blue chambray, 12c $.50, $8.00, $9.69, $10.32, $11.57, $13.40
in Mims at Mr. NOT CE. 2homonine cloth, 13c $15.00
two children, are visiting
also.Mr. LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE FLA. Sateen, 13c Men's 3-button cut-away $9.00, $969, ..z.3R
,Jloberts. L. B. Alexander is on the lookoutfor Feb. 6, 1890. }} Outing flannel, warranted not to fade or $11.25, $15.00

W. Brewster, in company with C. B. all plumes and rare bird skins, readyto Notice is hereby given that the follow- shrink. The cloth of the season, 14c Select your price; send the descriptionas .

Corey and family, were guests at the take all offered. ing-named settler has: filed notice of his 26 pieces of ruching, 5c to 24c to color, etc., and we guarantee to
200 ribbon, 25 to 50 per cent below suit you or refund your money.J. .
Hiawatha for a short time the past week. intention to make final proof in supportof t
The Carleton is well filled with
guests his claim and that said proof will be regular prices
Services were held in the school house from all parts of the country. The lists made before, the Judge of Circuit Court, Lace, embroidery, plumes, tips, trim- P. TURNER & CO.

Sunday night, and an able sermon was too long to specify. or in his absence Clerk of said court, at mings, etc., etc., at the people s prices.

preached by Rev. Mr. Cohen, which was Messrs.M. G. Ellis and D. W. McQuaig Titusville, Fla., on April 8, 1890; viz: Send to The Bazaar at Titusville for anything you want. If Messrs. Turner &
much enjoyed by all present. A song Oscar F. Davis, Titusville, Fla., D. S. Co. haven't got it, they will go out and get it for you if it is to be had in Titus I
have been off hunt the
L service before the usual ser on a big past 2335 for the N. E. } of N. W. J Sec. 5 ville, and guarantee to please or money refunded every time.
was given
week over on St. John's prairie.At T. 22 S. R. 35 E. He names the following .1
vices. witnesses his continuous
to
Lockwood Brothers' we saw pine- prove GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM
Mr. C. L Mead and wife,together with residence upon and cultivation of, said ,
apples, tomatoes, shell beans, crook-neck and, viz: Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. .3s
t 31rs. Tuthill and MUs. '.Clark' all of MiddletownN.Y.ar squash, winter squash, lemons and or- Robert Morrow, James R. \Vatson and ,B.OBBJNS:: : : G-B..a.EJAM: : :,

n Minis last week, anges. Milton Grover, of Titusville, and Fred- REAL ESTATE DEALERS
remained a few days and then started fora erick A. Chappel, of LaGrange, :Fla. ,
;r Dr. and Mrs. Piggot,of Sewanee: Tenn., ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOU HT, SOLD .fc EXCHANGED.
trip down the Indian river. Upon ALEX. LYNCH Register.
their return they will again visit our on their bridal tour through Florida, are Xotlcc. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
' spending a few days with their friends.
P. O. Box 250
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town.
Dr. W. P. DuBose and family. LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. FLA., \
Feb. 17th, 1890. j TITUSVILLE, BREVA11D CO., FLORIDA
La Grange. Capt. Jacob Fox and wife, Mr. R. W.
fol-
Notice is given that the
hereby We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a'large list of
w Mr. J. Berry, of New York City, made Beaujean,Mr.and Mrs. Cummings, Major nvinjr-named settler has filed notice of carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.

his uncle,T. Johnson, a flying visit Sunday C. E. T.raves, Mr. J. Henry and Uncle his intention te make final proof in sup- RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Pro
port of his claim, and that said proof
night. lIe': "y Whiting were pleasant callers perty on Indian River.
r % fom Melbourne Beach last week. will be made before Jud<:e of Circuit Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
Many have shipped their oranges, and Court' or in his absence! Clerk of said and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who t

E the groves present a sad contrast to whit Melbourne's exports of hides and furs Court' at Titusville, Fla., on April IGth, may favor us with their patronage. :$
c
they were a short time since wbn so must be considerable. Hardly a day 1890!) viz : William Crook, Haulover, No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. '
Fla., Hd. 11C52, for the west J of north- Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-
that do
heavily ladened. fMr. passes we not see some one coming west 1, section 19, township 20 south, ;>iiced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.

and Mrs. Jacob N.f'ter, celebrated in with a pack of otter and other ran re 36 east.

f their sixteenth weeing anniver- skins, besides 'gator hides and plumes.Mr. He names the following witnesses to GEORGE. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAIIAM. Secretary

sary Tuesday by movir-2 into their Ken- D. A. Woodbury and Dr. A. II. and prove; cultivation his continuous of,said land residence,viz : Henry upon, ZBrovitrd Abstract of Title: Oo...

tucky residence. "iany friends wish Sinclair, of Rochester, N. Y., were at the Watton and William ,,'atton,of Clifton, Incorporated A. D. 1889.CAPITAL ". 7 6is
Carleton' last week. Mr. Woodbury i is of Fla. Gustarus Nolle Titusville Fla.
d J-fng'continued happinessin ; ;
their ) STOCK, $:000 ; FULLY PAID ; NOXASSUSSAIILE.Charges .
Charles II. Nauman Clifton Fla.
the well-known firm of manufacturers of ,
"e. ALEX. LYNCH, for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each id-
: ,.t.liJS: of School No. 1 engines, etc., whose reputation i is world 45 Register. dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz.,$3XX 4t

/!" .\ .. citations the past wide. T. MORTON, For the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer. 0

J' .>. > .. aster, Carrie Mendel, At :Mr. Hector's* store we see from hisSt. GEORGE Taxes Paid for IVon-ResIdents.
./
/ JLU..1.,: :.,........ 4, Green and Lee Coats, Kilda plantation fine cabbage and I Civil Engineer & Notary Public, B@* For a Small :Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
.. Feaster John lettuce, pineapples, lemons and annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tai
J iw. \>'i; and Sallie oranges, I MORTONIIURST, HEATH, FLA. Sale. 12

".'ritl', label Allaire, Bert Johnson and snap beans and new beets, and some beautiful Surveying and Leveling, Architectural Box 250, Titusville Fla.Groceries .

',.r ,Froscber.: honey from E. M. Arnold's apiary Drawing, Township and Section Maps. ,
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Deeds Blanks constantly
etc.
at Malabar. Mortgages, -
f on hand. E. L. BFi.AD:
Narrows. Hon. ,
Minor S. Jones, of Titusville,

Mr. J. C. Michael. has returned from Lieut. T. J. O'Brien and George V. Clem- ST. LUCIE HOUSE Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

:Malabar. menti, of Micco, were at the Melbourne ,

Johnnie Stuff, youngest son of Mr. J. last week. Judge Jones stayed over to Opposite Indian River Inlet, I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and

H. Stuff, is very ill. transact some business here and then proceeded ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA. Fancy

down the ri\er. Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf
Mr. Fred Whitlock has begun work on Unrivalled Hunting, Fishing .

his place, "Atlantic Garden," and has an The Burrows brothers, from Lynn, Boating Etc. all kinds. Also my Stock of .

"acre cleared. We he will make a Mass., have arrived on their annual tour It
hope First-Class Accommodations. Grain Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat.
Opened Hay $ran I
success of the garden. He intends to to Lake Worth. These gentlemen have from January 1st to May 31st. ,

plant there the coming season. visited Indian River each winter for the JAMES PAINE, Proprietor. I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of
last nine years, and find nothing anywhere Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I invite your correspondence sad solicit
The freeze last Monday killed few
a
equal to I. R. for yachting and TJ your patronage. Very truly, 1
vegetables, ,but did no further damage pleasure. L tE ng te&Go.JACKSONVILLE E. L. BRADY.
except nipping Justice Gray's bananas.
The thermometer 32 at Capt. C.J. Hector sailed down the river
r was degrees sun- FLA.
last week in his commodious "Linda GOLDSMITH BROS. ,
rise on"Monday, and 34 the next morning.Mr. sloop
Weir ice of inch C." He took along for company and Crockery, Glassware,
reports an eighth an
AVe are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors, and having
in thickness at his place on both morn- ballast Lieut. O'BrienIr., G. V. Clem-' House-Furnishing, enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning, ye solicit the good will of our \.
menti and a load of groceries. T. J. is a Oil Stoves friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always keep a full Stock of
Lamps, Vapor
ings.Last ,
jovial companion, if he does carry fire-
Saturday a party of Narrowiters, crackers in his pockets. Gate City Stone Filters.We Dry Goods Clotting, Hats Notions Etc
Sebastian ,
picniced at and were caught in ,
I Mrs. E. Morehouse of Allegan :Mich solicit the patronage of
,
the heavy weather which blew that day, our neighbours of the And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. We
but with a good boat and a good sailor has been stopping for the past two or EiST COAST.INDIANRIVERSTATE. have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies,'which is ,

they crossed the bay without any mishapand three weeks with Dr. and Mrs. Judd at worth Seeing and BUJ'ing."r

had a delightful time in spite of the rectory. We are pleased to learn BANK. e only deal in .

wind and wave. There were present that she has improved considerable since F:1rs't-C1ass: Goods,

Misses: E. and A. Michael, M. Story and her arrival, having been able to attend Titusville, Florida. Bought in first-class manner, and guarantee price as well as quality.

M. Gray, and Messrs. John C. Michael church for the first time in two years. Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. GOLDSMITH BROS., TITUSVILLE, FJA. a

and Fred Whitlock. It was the first time The artesian; well just:\ completed by Authorized Capital, $100,000, tI

the Madgie was ever in a heavy wind, Fee & Ncsbitt for Hugo Tengzelius and Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A S"trsvborry Plants :ITI Sep"texn.ber

.. and she behaved beautifully. All were Ernest Svedelius probably: on the high
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN J.Yunan'8'mprOt'ccZ and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early.
delighted; .with the trip est point of any put down so far It in SACTED. Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.

Mr. F. Whitlock had the misfortune to on a ridge that is said to be fifteen feet JAMES PRITCHAKD, President, INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.

fall off the end of Mr. J. T. Gray's dock higher than the high ridge at Malabar.A W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapes and
WM. M. BROWN, Cashier. Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
not long ago and received several bruises, good flow was obtained. In fact, there
Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Barnett JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.
but he is up again. REBEL. has not been a single failure in the many
J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and
wells put down along this part of the W. M. Brown.
The New Rock Ledge Hotel I EDGAR HOUSE
"XC"- York market Ret'lew. river. Every favor consistent with Conservative ,
New Honse. New Furniture. Cuisine best.
Imported: by G": S. Palmer, Commission Mr. Edward McFaul writes from Augusta Sanitary conditions perfect. For further
Banlim extended I Clone to Indian River Inlet. :'
Merchant, Fruits and Produce information address
Ga., that it is cold and disagreeable -
166 Correspondents : Seaboard Nat'l Bank of G. M. BRADLEY, Proprietor, FORT PIERCE
Reade Street, N. Y. ; that he has not been able to got a FLORIDA.
Sew York Nat'l Bank of I
The market already feels the effects of breath of pure air since leaving Indian ; Jacksonville. ROCK LEDGE, FLA. r Fish, Oysteraand Game by the

the late frost, that has brought such havoc river. That is all right. Next fall
you JACKSONVILLE MARBLE GO I
Schooner MANATEE Millions. and
Boats Wagons Buggies -
in the trucking section South,and the few will come earlier and stay longer, and be ,
vegetables that to Dealers in J. ZELLERS Master. to take Tourists hunting or
escaped come forward more than ever in love with our delightful ,

will realize extreme prices. Prices have climate. One needs to get a little llonuments.lIeadstonl", This 28-ton Yacht can be chartered fishing. Good Road from here to

ruled through the week, closing March 6, taste occasionally of the mud and general for all points up and down the river, on the Gulf Coast,

as follows: Cabbage,3504.50 per bbl.; misery of a Northern fall or winter to = Iron I the coast, or to the Bahamas. I have Lots and Houses to sell in
Fencing:, Commodious, safe and good accommo
egg plant, 6009.00; ca.uliHl.lwer1.00 enable him to appreciate rightly the Z o OC: Lawn' Furniture dations. Further particulars address Edgar Town. Call or Address:

7,00; new potatoes, 5007.00; green blessings enjoy here. foo TITUSVILLE, FLA.

pea,$1.003.60; snap beans,$1.504.00-; Grape vines are being planted by many L e Marble A. G. LAGOW" Pfoprietor.HODGSO'N .
::;t
tomatoes, 1503.50 beets $1.0001.50- in = Granite, Slate,
; people great variety. Many vines =

squash,1.00125, onions, $3.00; asparagus come by mail. We aw vines from 4. g Onyx. FOR SALE, f

50 @$1.25 per bunch. Portland, N. Y., arrive in Friday's mail, p Building Stone,

Market closes decidedly firmer ou Flor- but the finest we have seen for their age .L-:: Wire Fencing, The Grove BROS
Bagger '
ida oranges, and an encouraging outlookfor are from the San Luis and Andalusia 3: Slate Mantel, ,
j
an immediate advance in prices vineyards of Prof. E. DuBois, at Tallahassee Iron Mantels.

Fancy Indian and Banana river, selected Fla. Beside raising vines of oyer Orates Merritt's Island, Indian River, '
General Merchants
sizes, $4.0004.50; straight lines $3.000 100 varieties, and sending large quantities "'t} Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South. ,

3.50; other brights straight lines, $2.000 of grapes to market, Prof. DuBois is ... 1-0 ....M 1.I I 1 J Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostly
3.00. and russets $1.7502.75. Late arrivals interested I I
extensively in wine making. in bearing besides Limes Guavas
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of strawberries were largely inferior If there is any such thing as acclimation, '"'I 1-0 OOC 1 I JC !J; Bananas, and about 8 Acres of uncleared Eau (Gallie Florida.
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and prices ranged from 15 to 30 cents a home vines would be preferable. .... ...,j .. 1 0O..... .1 1 I Land. ,
oo ..c....OOC:: OOC ] Beautiful situation, overlooking the In-
quart. Grape fruit Belling $3.0O50e Reports of frost in other parts of the .
dian and Banana River. ..
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rer barrel. It is important that oranges State show considerable damage done. For terms and other particulars ad- INDIAN ifiVEB

i be packed, sold and graded M as to suit Little damage *was done here. Some- And all kinds ofT1Un Hearths, Wire Hate and dress-
in fact anything made of Wire Iron,or kind 01
the'first-cla trade as if off in quality times one tomato plant would lose its Stone. any ITittfeld 1
Dr. Georgiana Fla. Steam Sill Boats for Chiller the
; or by
they come in direct competition with leaves while all the surrounding ones Seud for Catalogue at tbe same time. stating the. .
I style of goads:Ida are in need of.M we have different -
foreign fruit, which continues to self at were unhurt. The damage seems to be, CaUfogntt in the, different ,branches of OUT Or, F. H. GOULD, 15 Roseville ave., 1
low prices. t confined low lands blUlfnt"h1l. .S Day feel: or Woatb.ay t ,
i to and a few spots J 85 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.' Newark, N. J. '
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