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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: June 5, 1890
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. XI.
TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1890. NO. 7.
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:- LOCAL LACONICS.THE -Postmaster W. H. H. Gleason of j -Miss Hattie Hale started yesterdayfor WLL CELEBRATE LAKE WORTH-

Eau Gallie, was at the Indian Ri'er St. Augustine where she will enter

HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. Hotel a day or so the first of the week. the convent of St. Mary's. Weather cool, moist and pleasant.The .
PROGRAMME FOR JULY FOURTH.
-Rev. B. F. Brown started for Lake- -Choir practice at Episcopal Church Bessie B. arrived in from Jackson-

Current Event of Our Town and Suburbs land, Fla., on Tuesday morning's train, Saturday evening at eight o'clock sharp.I Cheap Steamer and Itallroad Excursion ville on the 21st with full cargo.

Briefly Epitomized.Rev. and will return to-morrow Mrs. F. T. Bates and a Programme that will Interest -
or Saturday. Budge, organist, pro. tern. Horse-flies gone and mosquitoes com

Father O'Boyle is in town to- -Episcopal Church services will be -The stage in Masonic hall was com- All. ing but not extra numerous as yet.

day. held on Sunday ; morning at 11 and pleted yesterday by the contractor Mr. The committee, appointed at the meet- Rev. E.Heyser has arrived home again,

-Capt. W. H. Sharpe and Mr. Moore, evening at 7:30. Rev. B. F. Brown will L. R. Decker. :Mr. Decker expects shortlyto ing held last Friday morning to arrange this time bringing his son Bemen with

of City Point, were in town Sunday.Mr. officiate.Mr.. go to Tennessee for a few months.A and publish a programme for a Fourthof .
July celebration, held a meeting Monday him.A
S. F. Gibbs, of Melbourne, made Sam. Belcher started down the pleasant little dance was enjoyedby and adopted the following pro- wedding among the colored 'population -

the STAR office a short call Monday river, yesterday, with the trade boat about two dozen of our young folksat gramme: is reported as having taken place on

morning. Osceola, Mr. Sam. Norton being on the Wager's Hall last night. Music was Base ball-to commence at 9 o'clocka. the 18th, and still another one, but the

Money Money Money to sick list. furnished by Mr. Koerger, of Georgiana.Mrs. m., between the fat and lean nines, of date not given.

loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & -Mr. E. P. Branch, a prominent Melbourne -: W. M. Brown and her sister Titusville. The fat men to be dressed in The Mary B. and the Emily B. of the

Graham, Titusville, Fla. merchant, was in town Tuesday.He Miss Louise Jones, start next week for Mother Hubbards under the captaincyof the J. & L. W. Trans. Co's line arrivedon

Prayer meeting at the Presbyterian came up to purchase lumber for the Connecticut, where they will spend the Capt. W. B. Watson; the leans to the 23rd. The Emily B. left for

church will now be held Wednesday purpose of building summer. Mr. Brown will follow them wear tights, Mr. Ed. L. Brady, captain.The Miami on the 21st, as part of her cargo

evenings instead of Friday.The -M. B. Bunnell. brick-layer and later on. game will be played in front of the was for that place.

sale of the "Old College Build- plasterer, is prepared to take contracts -Full proceedings of the County Com Grand View.Ir.. S. H. Ray, chairmanof County Collector A. D. Hillhouse

ing," at Eau Gallie, owned by Governor anywhere on Indian River. Address missioners and financial report of Captain the committee having the work iu shipped 2,000 pineapples on the 23rd, the

Gleason has been postponed again. all communications to Titusville, Flori- Paddison's charge of Breyards exhibitat charge. second shipment from his west side acre,
da. 29 the Sub Tropical will be found in the Shooting match-at 10 o'clock for cash and has more ;yet to ship. He has left

-Mr. Jas. T. Sanders started yester- -\1r. W. J. Nesbitt, Melbourne, returned STAR this week. prizes amounting to $20.00; probably a for his former Georgia...home for a visit,

day morning for a six weeks trip to here from Jacksonville Thursdaylast -:Mrs. S. M. Lorimier and daughters, rifle and glass ball contest; further particulars and to judge from his smile he will

New York and other points in the north. having left Mrs. Nesbitt at St. the Misses Susie and Laura, accompaniedby later. This affair will be in probably join the ranks of the benedicts

-Mrs. Spencer has rented the Hawley charge of Mr. W. M. Brown. while there.
Luke's Hospital to receive medical advice :Mrs. Pope, of Jacksonville, will takea
cottage in South Titusville and will and attention. He left for home on trip as far Melbourne and back to Pigs in the Clover.-A new and The Department of Agriculture secured

move into the same the last of this week. Friday's steamer. morrow. novel entertainment, at 11 o'clock. A from Singapore about 50 margosteinsanda

-Father O'Boyle has rented the new -Dame Rumor says some Orlando -Mr. C. C. Converse, of Jacksonville, $5.00 prize to the person corraling the few duriand or civit cat fruit which

hall, over the bank, for a certain period, gentlemen have formed a company for I has returned to his old home on Indian pigs. Mr. W. P. Lawshe will have chargeof they have sent down here for distributionso

for church purposes. Services on Sun- the purpose of constructing: a canal from river and will reside at Eau Gallie in this. as to have us give these two valuable

day's at 10 a. m., standard time.Mr. the Upper St. Johns River across a por- the future. He arrived in town last Boy's Boat Race-at 12 o'clock. Rules tropical fruits a trial in the most tropical

M C. Weaver has been hauling tion of Brevard county into the Indianor evening and started down the river this similar to race held last year. 15.00 part of the United States. The trees
cash in prizes. Under the charge of J. came through in the boxes in which t
lumber on his lot near the school house St. Sebastian rivers.1Ir. morning.Mr. same

building the past week and will soon C. K. Mount, engineer of the W. A. Howland, agent for the P. Turner. they had been packed in India and were
Regatta-at 2 o'clock m. Prizes, in
p. fair condition.The .
commence work on his new residence.Dr. J., T. & K. W. Railway, arrived i? town New York :Mutual Life Insurance Com- very
rules, etc., to be found in another column.
F. H. startedfor Thursday last, for the his face County Commissioners met on the
Houghton and wife evening purposeof pany, presented genial-looking :Messrs. E. B. Wager, J. P. Turner and I
their home in Columbus, Ohio, yes- inspecting the Indian River Steamboat at the Indian River Hotel Monday even Geo. W. Morton, committee. 23rd to transact the usual routine of

terday morning, having spent about six Company's new floating dock which I I ing, saying he had just returned from Tug-of-War 3 o'clock. A chance business. There is one piece of business

weeks on the Indian river and Lake has just been built near the railway Tampa and other places, where he has, for the giants to test their strength; col which tne citizens rather look, to them to
station. usual see to, which as yet they have failed to
been business.
Worth as doing good He
lectively. A cash prize. :Mr. W. :M.
-\1r. J. S. Watson started for Chicago intends staying in town for a fortnight come to time on. Whether it is a case
-Capt. Joe Smith has had the sloop Brown will have charge of the war. of
"one is afraid and the other dares'nt "
Monday morning to superintend the before leaving for down the river to call ,
Emily S. hauled out at Simonson's ways Arrangements are being perfected whether
or they think if they don'tattend
the past week. She was launched Tues- arrival and selling of pineapples, which on his many friends. whereby cheap excursion rates willl be
to it, the citizens will take it in
day and John Baird now has the Corne- will be shipped to him in refrigeratorcars Among those of our town who boarded given from all points on the River and i their own hands and let the Commissioners -

lia hauled out. by various growers on Indian River the train yesterday morning for a Kailroad. Brass and String Bands will off from doing that much of their

-The number of bidders and specta- and Lake Worth region. Mr. Watson summer vacation were the wives of our be in attendance, and in the evening the duty, it is hard to tell.

tors at the Town and County tax sale, expects to be away a month or two. soda water merchanr, Mr. S. A. Belcher ; celebration will close with a Grand More
improvements are going all
.:Monday, was unusually small, most of -Rev. A. B. Dilley, who has been in of our Bazaar man, Mr. J. P.* Turner; Dance at the new Masonic hall. along the Lake from Juno to Hypoluxo.on

tie properties being bidden in by the this section of Florida for about !six and of our Electric Light man, Mr. J. E. ilr. Cass K. Brown is putting a new
up
THE REGATTA.
Town and State.J. years, left the Indian River for good on Ender. Mrs. Belcher and Mrs. Turner dwelling on his east side place; Mr. C.
visit their relatives in : .
Tuesday morning's train. He was on Georgia.Ir8. To be Sailed Titusville Over the Usual
at
A. Durst, of Crescent City, the V. Barton is having a fine.sea.-wall puton
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida his way to New York, from which Ender will spend several months with Course on the Fourth; Open to all Yachts. the Lake front of his Palm Beach
place he will to Colorado to reside her folks in Alabama, her native state. -Lake Worth, Halifax.St.Augustine and
,is now operating at Lake Worth, Fla., go residence, and is also putting in a hot air
where all communications may be ad. his physician ordering this change to a -Mr. H. W. Bishop, a banker from IHsewhere. engine and force pump for irrigating

dressed and information received. dry climate in consequence of a throat Eustis, Fla., who has been stopping at the The entries for the race will be openin purposes; new walks are being put down

-The Bishop of Florida has appointedMr. trouble. Indian River Hotel for a few days, re- two classes. All boats measuring 20 around the Cocoanut Groye House, and

W. M. Brownsenior churchwarden ;, -Miss Laura Lorimier, who has been turned home Tuesday. He wasted about feet and upward will constitute the First rock is being got out at Cap't II. P. Dye's

Mr. Geo. M. Robbins, junior warden ;: on a visit to friends in Jacksonville, re four or five days coming here to pay class; those under 20 feet, the Second east side place for a sea-wall along the

and Dr. Wv S. Graham, secretary, tc; turned here Monday evening, bringing taxes on twelve hundred acres of land class. The rule for measurement to be Lake front of :Mr. R. R. ;McCormick's

attend to things temporal and pecuniary, with her a charming young married situated about six miles from Eau Gallie, -water line added to length over all and Palm Beach residence.

appertaining to the Episcopal Church,., lady from the metropolis-Mrs. B. B. which his brother has a mortgage on. divided by two-which gives half the Meetings were held at Mr. C, V. Bart
is .the of her uncle For small fee'the taxes have been to counter stern boats.
Titusville.Mr. Pope-who guest a may overhang on's, Palm Beach, on the 7th and 14th,

and Mrs. L. C. Oliver returne I and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Lorimier, paid by any of our lawyers. A lady also The time allowance will be computed to organize a yacht club. On the last

at the Indian River Hotel. Her brother, said she came here from Philadelphia, according to the Herreshoff table, which mentioned date, a Constitution and By
from their two week's trip to Georgiilast
Wednesday having been absent fro m Master Lorimier Hopkins, arrived in at an expense of $100, to pay her taxes. has been used on Indian river for many Laws were adopted, and the following

town the same tim They attended the years. officers elected E. M.
home two weeks. They expecte -Died, on Thursday last, from inflam- : Capt. Brelsford
to visit just North Carolina ere their returr dance at Wager's Hall lasl night.A mation of the stomach, the infant The prizes in the First class will be commodore; Capt. Geo. W. Potter vice-
for the best corrected time $30.00for
here, but Mr. Oliver'.'business interest!I new fence on the west side of Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Titus, $75.00 ; commodore; C. V. Barton, secretary and
the best.
next
required his early return. Geo. M. Robbins' residence ; a neat, aged five months. Dr. Wilson, who was E. H. Dimick, treasurer, the name of
In the Second class. $50.00 for the best
the club is the Palm Beach Yacht Club.A .
crushed coquina pathway and other the attending physician, did his utmostto
-Miss Charlotte Palmer, who startedfor corrected time; and $20.00 for the next roll has been opened for members and
noticeable improvements in front of save the )life of the child, but without

Fernandina about two weeks ago Captain Fischer's place; the plantingin avail, and she succumbed to this dangerous best. preliminary steps taken to secure grounds
with the intention of going north, rather prominent places of the beautiful complaint about nine o'clock,' to the Entrance fee in First class, $7.50; Sec- for a club house.
friends return- ond class, .*5.00. There must be four
surprised her Titusville by cabbage palmetto by the Rev. Sidney great grief of her parents. The deceased At last Dade county has had a term

ing here last Saturday night to spend Wilbur, Dr. Wiley, Mr. D. S. Hutchinson child was buried at LaGrange Cemeterythe entries in each class. of Circuit Courts the first in about three
All boats must be entered the 3rd
Indian river by
another month. She prefers Dr. Screven, Captain Rice and same afternoon, the funeral being at- years. It was held in the new Court
as her health is very much better here others; the levelling and improvementof tended by the parents, some members of of July, 8 o'clock p. m. This is imperative. House at Juno, Judge Broomo presiding.The .
All entries must be accompanied
than anywhere in the north. Mr. Sam Ray's garden ; the repair of the family, and a few friends. "Suffer grand jury had no work to do and so
by the entrance fee, and should be madeto
To give the public an idea of the our sidewalks and street crossings ; the little children to come unto Me,for theirsis were discharged the first day. A few of
. :Mr. Geo. W. Morten, Titusville.
amount of mall received and distributed improved appearance of Mrs.' Deisner's the kingdom of Heaven." our :Miami neighbors were up but as no
I Measurements will be made the morning
office to its of choice and one seemed to be quite.ready to proceedto
the Titusvijle post and the growing
through place ; -Mrs. Mussenden and daughter, Miss I of the Fourth at 8 o'clock.
informed by our worthy beautiful flowers shrubs and trees in the, business the Judge held short sessionsthe
patrons we are Kate, who have been on a visit to :Mrs.
postmaster that from the 7th to the 12th gardens of many of our residents, goes McLellan and Mr. G. M. and :Mesdames JUDGES: 19th and 20th, and then adjournedtill
J. H. Hogan, J. H. McLean, J. H Sams. next December at which time
of :May there were 2,164 letters and 856 to prove that a spirit of improvementhas ). P. and G. M. Robbins, for the past every-
a total of over last seized our townspeople. An- Canaveral, Daytona, Courtney thing and everybody is expected to be
parcels handled, making at five months, left here, Tuesday morning,
3000 pieces given out in that time. The other desideratum would be the erectionof on their way to their home at Bath, Me. MEASURER, ready and present. The Judge said this
M. McFadden. Melbourne the first he has held Courtin
,
was county
and 5 oz. few street lamps.
weighed 51 pounds a They took the steamer St. Sebastian at
TIME-KEEPER, this term that did not have at least
, Capt. Willie Lee expected to leave -The new dry dock for the Indian Enterprise for a trip up the St. John'sto
[ murder case on the docket which
S. D. Geiger, Titusville. one ,
Savannah where he launched Jacksonville, where they intended
for Steamboat Company was
.; this morning River speaks well for Dade county at least.
: will stay a short time to visit friends. from the rear of Ray's store next to the staying for a day before leaving for TIME CALCULATOR,

. Then he expects to go to New York railroad Tuesday. To complete it for Savannah to take the Ocean Steamship H. W. BesseVneland.. The Farmers Alliance appears to be

where he will visit for a month or use the sides will have to be built up Company's steamer for Boston to-day. The regatta will be sailed under the I moving on and learning the benefit of

I;: so with Capt. Walker Lund on the Fred. about six feet high. It is like a huge MF. James T. Sanders takes the same rules of the Boston Yacht Club with the. hanging together. Four-fifths of the

a DeBary, running from Newark to Long scow, two hundrrd feet long and forty steamer for a pleasure trip to New York. exception that shifting ballast will be country population of Illinois belong to
end is They said they had spent a most enjoy-I allowed. All ballast in the boat at
Branch. This will be a very pleasant feet wide. At one a large gate it. In the Fifth congressional district of
-' change for him and no doubt he will let down by hinges to allow the steamer, able time while here, and left with very measurement must be retained duringthe Kansas, the Alliance will nominate a

enjoy it, which is to be raised, to enter the dock. pleasant reminiscences of Titusville and race. In the race each boat will be candidate of its own for congress.It .
T Then the gate is closed and the water its inhabitants. Quite a large party numbered according to the start by a
H. Hawley and Richard is rumored thatfthe Clyde line has
-Messrs. Q pumped out by a steam pump of great were gathered together at Mrs. Robbing'Monday I large figure on the peak of the main sail,
town Monday morningfor ordered two new steamers, which are
left
Hughes our pumping capacity. The sides will be evening to.wish them good-bye ; I both sides, so the judges can readily tell
north Georgia where they expect to now being built at Chester, Pa., to ply
with completed where she i is. and then the I and many friends also saw them off on each boat. *
rusticate for a while having taken I Mrs. Mussenden and, Miss '--;: I between New York City and Palatka.
1 dock will be floated to the north side of the train. ., : '
them a tent for that purpose.: Hope they midst for Mrs IIurling Rhode Island woman ; There will probably be a line of boats
I Sand Point where it will be permanently Kate will be missed in. our .,. a
strike some of the famous mineral hrown into the water by the.filling i put on between/Palatka and Sanford to
may located. Mr. Mount, chief engineer for some time to some ; but we hope to see ,being
wealth of that section, in which case we next which.she and run in connection.
"Dick" the railroad company has had the super- them backaga.w) winter. Miss of a boa kin two lady I
I
look for them back again, but he will intendency of the work, and it is builtin Kate made a hos Vof; friSnda while' here, friends were rowing, escaped drowningIjy ABBOTTS EAST ,INDIAN CORN

says if Georgia don't suit him British a most substantial and durable man- some of vho:5e gees"coked rather weak ; clinging to her do:!,'which swam with I PAINT removes Corns, Bunions and'

travel to Vancouver's Island, ner. .. \\henbidding* her :adieu on the'trains? ,. .. her to shore. Her friends were drowned. Warts in a marvelous manner.
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A FAILURE.You Dr. J. H. McLean's Chills ana Fever
sometimes visited him. To his own relatives -' Cure is gentle in action, and warranted a HERE I AM AGAIN !

I some of whom are in poverty, the say that your play was a failure, certain cure. 50 cents a bottle.

y miser has not left a penny.-Paris Cor. Yet the audience laughed and cried;

London Telegraph.Not Surely such exhibition of feeling Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, that Tired

The truest success should decide. Feeling, Faintness, Dyspepsia, Blood Dis- J, W ROGERS

Slack of a Trareler. "0 yes, there was laughter in plenty orders, Eczema, Blotches, Pimples, Sallow ,

If the whole population of Maine And tears in a copious flow; Skin and most diseases result from an impure Before an intelligent, appreciative and 0
And such exhibition of feeling condition of the Blood. Purify it
IDEAL PRISON.An should race around the world on a wagerit Makes playing successful know. discriminating public, presents himself (
is likely that Harrison Albee, of Whit- with Dewitt's Sarsaparilla. We sell and and makes his bow, announcing that he r-

bland Where Felons Wander at Large neyville, would come in last Mr. Albeeisn't "Tea, they evbst std they laughed and recommend it. Dixon & Grey. is a candidate for their favors good -,

in the Open Air with Freemen. much of a traveler. He was born upplaudedI wishes and-cash.
essayed my vexation: : to hide- Sudden change of temperature and hu-

A correspondent writing from Italy Whitneyville seventy-three years ago, They cried where listened for laughter midity of the atmosphere often produce As blood is thicker than water, so is ;r

gives some interesting details of the treat- and never was more than ten miles way And they laughed"where they ought to disorders of the kidneys and bladder. Use cash bettr than credit. He propose to :

ment of prisoners on various Italian isl- from the place until last week, when he have cried. -Yankee Blade. Dr. J. II. :McLean's Liver and Kidney get out of the old ruts and Sell his

ands he visited while on a trip in the moved to Portland. Until this trip he Balm to check these troubles in their incip- Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

:Mediterranean. Each of these islands had never traveled a mile either by rail- Not in the Lexicon. iency. Cash.

contains several hundred prisoners, who road or steamboat.-New York Sun.
locked every night at sunset, re- Dwitt's Sarsaparilla will renew and He handles a first-class line ofOlotliixig
are up
the blood eradicate disease and
purify ,
and locked again
leased at daybreak up
make We sell it. Dixon
from midday o'clock.. During the DOINGS OF ROYALTY.The r si digestion easy.
& Grey.
night no prisoner is allowed to be absent ,

under any circumstances, but at midday Emperor William wears a bracelet Appetite and sleep may be improved, Both Ready-made and to Order.

those who work'on farms at a distance on his right wrist. 1110j every part of the system strengthened and

from the prison are allowed to remain The sultan of Turkey is anxious for a the animal spirits regain their bouyancy HisGents'

out by special permission from the director playwright's honors. He recently sent I by the use of Dr. J. II. McClean's Strength-
;+ J Cordial and Blood Purifier. Furnishing DepartmentIs
During these free hours the prisoners a comedy to a Parisian manager. The j 1 ening

can go anywhere they like on the play showed signs of ability. I //ll'll'ti Dewitt's Little Early Risers. Best pill Complete. Nobby Hats from

island and can engage in any work Emperor William has appointed Prince for Sick Headache and Sour Stomach. first-class hands and Shoes to suit the

offered them by the townspeople or farm Albert Victor, eldest son of the Princeof : I Sold by Dixon & Grey. most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and

ers. Any infraction of the rules of ordi- Wales, honorary major of the Blucher The danger of a malarial atmospheremay Hand Satchels, too low to quote.
nary life around them,or of their prison, hussars of which the Princeof
regiment be averted if will occasionallytake For fine Cigars and Tobaccos he cannot -
cells. you
is punished by seclusion in special Wales is honorary colonel. a dose of Dr. J. McLean's Chills be excelled in the county.I .

The government furnishes- physicians. Prince Ferdinand, who now reigns in and Fever Cure. earnestly ask an inspection of my

and medicines, a summer and winter Bulgaria, is known to have left the Aus- Goods before buying elsewhere.J. .
suit of clothes to each prisoner each Dewitt's Little Early Risers. Most
trian arniy because he was not brilliant
year, and allows each ten cents daily in Doctor "TuoM '"tuo'now pleasant cathartic liver pills ever made. IV. Rogers.HiNDERCORNS. .
I enough for the career. He had served Polyglot- ,
for his food and other necessitiesof Sold by Dixon & Grey.
money 'several y<:ars in inferior grades without what language is that? I don't remember -

life. Danger of escape is preventedby any chan ;e of rising. ever meeting with that word before. If the stomach performs its functions The only wire Cure for Corns. Stop all pain.. Enmirxr :
eofdiers. ten
a squad of one to every do it's comfort to theleeL 15c.at Drujcjrtuta.. Uiscox&Ca.3.Y.' '
Doris-Oh along -
The of Austria has caused her come papa actively and regularly the food of which it
and swift sailing felucca, empress
criminals, a the out.-Judge. is the is transformed into bloodof
be and made only way receptacle, CONSUMPTIVE
manned by marines On account of the wedding dress to cut up _
I a nourishing quality, which furnishes Tare( you Conith.Bronchitia. Asthma, Indigecuonl I'MPARKER'S
of
the Church
of labor the islands are sc into a set of vestments for TO N IC. Itha CUred
cheapness She Took Ou>n' vigor and warmth to the whole body, the CINCERR
t fur all ilia
the wont remedy arl.ing
St. Matt in Pesth. The material is cases
highly cultivated as to resemble gardens.The ew "So you are going to move," said one remedy to give tone to the stomach is Dr. from defective nutntiun. Take in time. We. and $1.00.HARES'
for the white brocade with silver thread em- --- --
"As
adds
correspondent : department clerk to another. J. II.IcLean's Strengthening Cordial
the air makes them the broider with silver roses. and Blood Purifier.
prisoners, ppen "Yes: I am beginning to feel very lone-
healthiest of any criminals I have ever Prince Eugene of Sweden has passedtwo and at her house."
some unpopular
seen.' There is no sign in their faces and year} in Paris as an amateur artist, "What has occurred?" When you get all out of sorts, Billions,

of that which strikes si udied under M.: Henri Gervex. Dyspeptic, Despondent,Blood impure, Liver -
bodies prison blight having
"I am disposed to think she took of- inactive, lack of ambition, tired feeling __ : -.: -. -r-

every visitor to ordinary_jails or. peni The king of Sweden has just conferred fense at a remark I made about a chicken and everything goes wrong, jut: come to us 25e MIRES' IMPROVED 25aIl

tentiaries. upon M. ervex the cross of a chevalier I that she had for dinner." and get a bottle of Dewitt's Sarsaparilla.It ROOT BEER!

"Fresh, open country air, sea bathing, of the order of St. Olaf. It is said that "What was the remark?" [ is a perfectly reliable preparation and Il .
1M UDL' SOfUMCORSTRAININS EASIUTM40CTHISPAZOCE
and contact with honest men, women Prince E gene has considerable talent. "I wondered whether it had been will build you up and renew your strength. MAKES WE GAilOJU.

and:children, among whom these crimi: Prince lbert Victor Wales receiveda hatched from a hard boiled egg.-Wash- Dixon & Grey.

nals must live and behave themselves good d rV beautiful woman must be ROD BEER.
properly, remind them that they are not after he left Mandalay the rain, which and to remain healthy and beautiful healthy she,

simply jail birds, but that, guided by a had Ion ; been threatening, came downin The Kind She Was After. should take Dr. J. "McLean's Strength-

feeling of humanity,society allows them torre t8. An Indian authority thus Young Lady (at bird store)-Has this ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. It im- The TBMPERANCB most APPETIZING DR1KK and In the WHOLESOME world.

to hang on to its skirts without utterly explainsPrince the matter: "It was cloudy I parrot any accomplishments? parts tone and flush to the skin, strength, Delicious and Sparkling. TRY IT.

casting them out. The looks of these above because the prince's glory out- Proprietor-He can speak a little, but vigor and pure blood ; is equally adaptedfor Ask your Druggist or Grocer for It.

prisoners were so different from those of shone th sun, and of course the heavens he's too old to learn anything new. all ages, from the babe to the aged, of C. E. HIRES PHILADELPHIA.PIANOSORGANS..

any I had ever seen before that the question wept at 1 lis departure." (Hesitatingly\V ould he imitate any either sex.Cleanse.

forced itself on me whether any bet. sounds he might hear, such as a sneeze,
Ferdinand of Bulgaria is a most
ter moralizer and redeemer of criminalscan or a cough, or anything of that kind?' your breath and regulate your
lavish tertainer, if not exactly a model bowels with Dewitt's Little Early Risers.
be found than this fresh, open country "No; the girls were trying the other .
host, and he has spent not a small but a Sold by Dixon & Grey.A .
air and its concomitants." day to teach him to imitate the sound ofa The improved method of fastening string of Pi.
large fortune in dinners and other enter- aims invented by us, is one of the most important
While this picture seems somewhat too j; inments since he went to Sofia. He is kiss, but he wouldn't do it. disordered condition of the stomach, improvements ever made, making the instrument
idyllic to be reproduced in this country, (Decidedly)-"I'll take him.ChicagoTribune. or malaria in the system will produce sick more richly musical in tone, more durable,and lets
profuse with his gifts to all in or about
liable to get out of tune.
it is interesting and encouragingone headache, can remove this trouble by
very the court and an embarrassed you Both the Mason ft Hamlin Organs and Pianos excel
and contains suggestions of the utmost ? many taking Dr. J. McLean's Little Liver chiefly in that which ia the chief excellence in
officer has been relieved of burdensomedebts From the South. musical instrument, quality of tone. Other
value in the solution of the weighty and Kidney Pellets. 25 cents per vial. any
by the kind hearted prince. They met on the platform of the railroad things, though important, are much less so tha
problem of the extent to which reforma- this. An instrument with unmusical tones cannot
shall supersede actual When Queen Christina heard that the He looked like a victim, or at Mrs. Leander Wright informs us that be good.t Illustrated catalogues of new styles, introduced -
discipline
tory punishment
name Alfonso had been registered for least the bunco man thought so. she was cured of Chronic Constipation by this season, sent free.
of criminal
in the future treatment -
.-New York Commercial Adver the thousandth time, and belonged to a "Ah, from the south?" he remarked, Dixon Dewitt's& Grey.Frequently Little. Early Risers. Sold by MASON & HAMLINOrgan

tiser. Spanish child, she sent the thousandth pointing to the stranger's grip.
and Piano Co.
child, the son of a clerk, a complete layette I I "Yes from the south; Georgia." accidents occur in the household ,

A Hero of the Lakes.A silver with knife fork I "Manufacturer, I ?'' BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO.DETECTIVES.
-a cup,a case suppose which cause burns, cuts, sprains and ,
pathetic story of disaster, of linger and spoon,and a savings box containing, !, "No, merely planter," and he handed bruises; for use in such cases Dr. J. H. ---- -

ing horror and of supreme heroism comes besides a handsome nest egg, a paper on I him his card-"J. Smith, Undertaker and McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for

to us from the great lakes. At this sea which was written with her own hand: Funeral Director.-Philadelphia Times. many years been the constant favorite

son of the they are lined with II family remedy. Wanted in every Gouty. Shrewd mm to act ands iaitroctiMSla
year "To the thousandth Alfonso from ..
a our 8.creISeri.e.Kxpwitne.Mi..... ..,rartinlan tnt,
broken ice and swept by fierce gales. woman whom two Alfonsos have made Why Ills Hoard Was Rallied.I Crannan Detective Bureau Co.44Artsletict.antla

Venturesome fishermen, nevertheless, happy." :Mrs. Makeshift (trying to get on the Dewitts Little Early Risers are a little
I pill that do not gripe or cause pain. Small, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
try their skill amid the perils of wind right side of her boarders)-And do you f
easy to take, safe. Sold by Dixon & Grey. PEHHYRQYAL PilLS.
and waves. On the edge of the ice packon CRISP CONDENSATIONS.There know, ladies and gentlemen, in Madagascar "- .
led Cru.a iaiutmd liraud.Th.
the shore of Lake Erie an upturned, it is the astounding custom never Unsuspected disorders of the kidneys are e.' .only reliable pill for...- fl.te..C
and rapidly sinking boat chickens until 7 for of the ail- rfC r.; inre. LttoHc, ak I>rag(1.t for u..Diamond
waterlogged ordinary
to they responsible
are
were 40,321 physicians in the serve years many li runtl,in red mi..mTake.e.t _..-k*
bearing a half frozen, half starved man Japanese empire at the beginning of the old? ments of humanity which, neglected, de- ("tampi. t.1..bboa.) tar pan.l a1arl and Keller en S 44 fur..

was picked up the other day. He had year. The Star Boarder Why, I never knew velop into a serious and, perhaps, fatal IrfMUea,1*fo UUr.by mmtt.. Horn .rChlehaterChemlealCo.ltad1asabit. .
,Yk1Wt. s.
been in the ice and water for days, and until now that you were a native of malady. Experience would suggest the "
was so nearly dead that his recovery The bridge over the Firth of Forth Madagascar, Mrs.:Makeshift!-Lawrence use of Dr. J. McLean's Liver and Kid ---- MEAT MISt NIEl->
cost the lives of fifty-six workmen dur- Balm. DEAF VISIBLE:: & THI8UI
will be attended by the loss of some American. ney Whispers heard.Coin.
ing the seven years of its construction.A fortabfe.b.e..whl w bsv.ail IU.... _fall.814 hy'r.BISCOX
his frozen. limbs. From the Land of Flowers. ealZ.i.aBr4wazI.wk. Writ far h.ak.,yraafc r&IL
fan made of human hair is Summer Uelle.
displayed Only a
When he set out on the treacherous -
he had Their boat at a London store. Even what appears :Mr. Nicefellow-I delighted] to hear Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29, 1889.
water a companion. PARKER'S
was overturned and they clambered on to be beautiful lace fringing the that your beautiful sister is back fromthe Mr. A. B. GIRARDEAU, Savannah, Ga. HAIR BALSAM

her bottom. For hours they clung there, sticks is real hair. south. She is always such a belle at DEAR :SIR: :-I have fully tested the Cleanses and beautifies the hair.

the summer resorts. -I hope her flight Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic you Promote a luxuriant growth.
hoping for rescue. Then they discoveredthat The phonograph is to be utilized in
winter is due ill sent me and to report 15 cases of N vtr Fails to Restore Gray
southward not to have
the of the Passa- every Hair
their joint weight was too great for preserving language p to its Youthful Color.
health. Chills and Remitting Fever that it has ;; !Prevents Dandruff and hair falling
the waterlogged boat. If both remainedby maquoddy Indians by a plan arrangedby failure. With boa and tl.GO at DrarytM&How
Little Boy-No but in cold weather cured. Not one some
the Massachusetts ,
her both would die by drowning when society.
experience as to the demands of Georgiaand
here her red.-New York
I nose gets
she went down. One might stand a I French engineers propose to constructa up Florida, and especially in the south

chance of being saved. bridge across the Bosphorus. It will Weekly. eastern part of this State, I know of no

The other man coolly and calmly looked reach from Roumeli-Hissar to Anatoli- An Excellent Substitute. remedial agent so worthy of general use

the situation in the face. "I have no IIissar, and will be 2,500 feet long, witha Book Agent Now, sir, here is a com- as yours. Whoever originated it is a Lost How Regained

relatives dependent on me! no one to single arch.. plete dictionary of all the slang phrasesin public benefactor. Yours truly,

mourn for me." h. said at last, "while in of this S. F. GOVE, ;r -
Emperor William's riding horse is shod use any part country. Everyman =TNE ENCf
you have a mother and sister who look to with a new shoe. It is in two parts, and should have it. You want one, of- Missionary Florida Baptist Country on a

you for support. Good-by, old fellow, has on its lower surface a rubber like Householder-No, I guess not. You Indian river and its vicinity.
"
I'm going to meet my Creator. Then composition, the object of which is to see my daughter is home from boarding
with a silent prayer he slid into the chill] school. EDGAR HOUSE
prevent the horse from slipping.
waters and disappeared forever. That ,
Book flees. Lawrence American.
agent -
was heroism of the highest type-the Nevada cattlemen are troubled by the Close to Indian River Inlet. KNOWTHYSELE

heroism of sacrifice.-New York Press. cruel trait of the magpie which leada it Wanted Act FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish .
to pick out the eyes of cattle. The spec- to Squarely.His THE SCIENCE OF LIFE

Miser XHtrand* Fortune. tacle of living animals with their eyes Mother Willie, Willie, you are Oysters and Game by the A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise
to :Millions. Boats Wagons and on the Error of Youthl'retnatursDecline,Nenrou
A rather remarkable miser named Du- picked out is said to be a common occur- forgetting say your prayers Bug- and Physical Debility,Impurities of the Blood.

rand has just departed this life in the rence. Willie (crawling into bed-No, I ain't, gies to take Tourists hunting 01

town of Eodez. He was 86 years old A Vienna baker is advertising his business -I mamma, but I've got an engagement to'.fishing. Good Road from here to '

and according to the French estimate of by putting a gold ducat in one loaf fight with Bob Stapleford to-morrow. Hedoesn't the Gulf Coast. !
know how to and I'm
not
fortune he was a triple millionaire, his out of every thousand that he bakes. I to take unfair pray of: I have Lots and Houses to sell in
going advantage
magot being worth in cash and paper The people in the poor suburb where his any Edgar Town. Call or Address :
him betcher life.
Tribune.
120,000, or 8,000,000 franca Durand shop is situated fairly fight to buy the -Chicago Besotting from Folly,Vice,Ignorance Excesses or
Overtaxation, & the victim
used togo about the town like a mendi- loaves. A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor.GEO. lor Work,Business,the Married or Social Relation

cant-so much so that the people often Snapped Him Up. Told unskillful pretenden. Poueaa this great
The latest venture in New York E. CHASE. A. O. CHAPPELL.
city Mr. Bashful do so love Boston bread, work. It contAIns BOO pages.royal bra Beautiful
offered him alms but were grinned at journalism is The Saturday Evening Ga- know. binding: ,embossed, fall gilL Price only 11.00 bJ'
for their proffered generosity. He was zette edited you GEO. E. CHASE & CO., mail,postpaid concealed in plain ..pper. Illns
by George Edgar Montgomery -
Miss her chance ',it The
Waiting (seizing you apply BOW.
known to have had but one suit of tailor and managed by Mr. D. M. Gazlay.It : distin.ulzhed author,Wm. IL Parker, II. IX, re-
Now do know I Boston bred.
you ,- am SHIP CHANDLERY
made clothes during his long years of aims to trade ceiTed the GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL
cover religious, agricul- ,
Easter wed-
Tableau-Engagement. from the National Medical Association for .
residence in Rodez,but on the days when tural and literary matters.A York Tribune. this PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS sad
he went to draw his dividends at the ding.-New HARDWARE PHYSICAL DBDILlTY.Dr.hrkerand corps
local piece of pink coral thirty feet long of Assistant Physicians may be consulted confidentially -
bank he donned
usually a garment and nine inches in diameter at one end by mail or-in person at the office of
During a Domestic Breeae. Patent Lop fire Rope Rigging '
intended to be ceremonious, which TUB PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE: ,
seemed to be compromise between with branches projecting about four feet Husband (sarcastically Yes, you arEa No.4 Bnlflach St.,Bostoa,Maaa.,to whom all
a a on all sides, was recently obtained on the FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS. orders for books or letters for alba should be
smart did
blouse and a sack. woman; you never anything directed.aboTe.
coast of Japan. Its value in a preparedstate foolish in life I Agent for Devoe & Co.'s Paints, Tulc
The your suppose.
miser lived alone in big house
a ,
would be about 15000. Wife Yes I did. I Life Preservers, Tent & Awning Co.,,
the doors of which were doubly locked, (placidly am not t Patent Anchors. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.The .
and occupied himself with mending his During a dull day in parliament recently entirely free from weakness; I once die l
books for assessing the Taxes on
BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS.
a London stenographer made a, a foolish thing.H. .
clothes and boots, cooking, washing his very within tbe limits of
corporate
linen and counting up his moneythislast wager that he could write out three col I .-It's a wonder you admit it. Correspondence Solicited. TelephoneI the property Town of Titusville are open at Dixon

task being his daily delight and prin- umns"of The Times in three hours, and. W.-What's the use of denying it when I 266. & Gray's Drug Store. All persons interested -

did transcribe three columns of The everybody knows it? tfos. 88 $ 90 E. St.
cipal pastime. Durand baa left his house t Bay are requested to make their returns.
Thunderer, or 6,600 words, intwo hours H.-What was it?
and the bulk of his bullion to a female JACKSONVILLE FLA. S. F. GRAY,

fish monger-the widow orand-w and three-quarters. + W.-Marrying you.-Boston Courier. to-Iyr. Tax Assessor for the Town of Titusville.

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fancy, while from its supporters darted I
MEN YOU HEAR OF. Too Much Rattlesnake. Advice to:others .
of prismatic colors. 1m.Wnm..aw"s Sooxmxo Snnahou1dahrs,.
Henry Hughes, a timber cutter in be used when children arc cutting teeth. It re-
Dr. Jotchim, the great violinist, has Baldwin county, Ala., had an adventure lierea the. little t fierer&toaee;pxodocesnAtanJ..
: CARL PRETZEL'S PHILOSOPHY.Dots given an annual series of concerts in with rattlesnakes Thursday night which quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes"bright
botton. It is It
v aa a very pleasant to taste.
v y London for the past thirty years. changed him from a strong man to a soothes the eh3dsoftens the gams,allays all pain
besser you feel der unhabinesses reflates the bowels,and is the best known remedy
Chauncey Depew defines the grip as physical wreck and threatens to destroyhis for duorhcBa whether
and sorrows of dis life, like arising from teething or
yostt a man
"a disease which makes a man want to reason. Hughes has been at work in other cause Twmt1-, TI cenU a bottto.
CRISP CONDENSATIONS.In und put em on your shoulter mit forti-
run when he sees a good sized mouseifhe the piney woods all winter cutting tim- a

could ber. He had constructed rude in
toot.Der only run. a hut
Japan a pair of sandals of straw "The
excellence of firtue and der Gladstone"
; hump- George Francis Train lectured which be lived alone. Last Thursday
cost one and a fourth cents.x back at Ta-
of vice should leave
imbressions on there in the weather.It .
coma just before he started around the night was a change
Four silver salt cellars of the Sixteenth efery peoples mind. LAMP
had been but
suddenly
world and the receipts were 3410. Gen. very warm,
century sold in London lately for$700. Old age dond nefer docks you mit sur- I j Sprague paid525 for the choice of boxes. I turned cool. That night Hughes slept I litheCne PTM a .areeefhbrillf.lamp I.the vwVS.It .

The Jewish population of Palestine prise. It vas besser you look pooty veil I'; with a blanket over him on the straw ant while btotcaniIe
Gen.
Sherman is enthusiastic _
an
has increased 50,000 in the last five years. out und been dhere Then he comes.-' i of theatrical performances. He spectator has bed in the little hut. It was nearly sunrise I: J'Owu.than cas Purer light;acjbnfMer softer tluaelectric

At Ashland, Pa. recently the Chicago Sunday National. i when he awoke Friday morning. litht-more
mirageof the entree to every theatre in New York cheerful than either.
lIe was awakened, he by a F 1 wrrrreAer. ltqA Jnwn
a town was visible in the says
sky for MEN YOU HEAR OF. city. He likes a seat well down in front. pOd l
nearly an hour.It I strange feeling of dread,and as he awoke I Seeing is elieviq
President Harrison smokes Thomas Harrison, "the boy preacher," felt something slick and warm against A*..ond ?
is officially declared that there rarely more It is Indeed. Never
is -
is a short, slender little v.Jth
man a the side his and the -
of face time *
at
than three cigars a day it is stated-one same I : neeJJ nerersmokes
,
salt enough in the Teeside field in r"b
Eng- after each meal. II smooth face and round should r... In detected a peculiar odor. He opened his :

land to supply the world for 800 years.In moments of confidence "the boy. acknowledges eyes, and the sight that met his gaze j' ehimn.ysneve of the oil;" no fiief ertag. >
Mi. George Francis Train, on his western .no climbing ct the
New York local to 36
a
court recently a years. almost froze the blood in his veins. He I Came no annoy dace of
Chinaman, who was called as a witness travels, insists on writing his name I The Duke of Bedford has done a great was unable to move for several minute. I t cot*nr kind.explode.and cac-sal

took the oath by lighting a parlor matchand in the hotel registers with a blue pencil. deal for the cause of cremation in Eng A large rattlesnake was coiled on his ;. br.e.I1 give a eta..

blowing it out. John Drew, of Daly's company, is said land. His contributions to the fund of bed, one side of the coil being againstthe I time whitel1A41O'oa0I she Jk brilliancy

An exhibition of a thousand different to be the finest amateur swordsman in the Cremation Society of England last man's face. The snakes head was : n .imp/Tin ft dry :erdiy iodine AcoUt*tier

sorts of horseshoes, including somo made America at the present time. His wristis year amounted to 20,000.. not six inches from the eyes of the r Bran.Antique l.I l iekel>r i ue.Gold Alto or

by the ancient Romans, was recently like a piece of tempered steel. Bismarck is said to have a wonderful frightened; man. The reptile was still II The Gladstone Extension Stndy Lampfor

started in London, England.It The late Bishop Mackenzie was, by his capacity for tobacco. He has been calleda bleeping but Hughes knew that at the Clergymen Editor. Students, Teachers,

is estimated that only 12 per cent. own request, buried in Zulu fashion, the ketter-raucher, or "chain-smoker," slightest movement it would be very professional Professors Lawyers men. Physicians and other

of the population of Russia can read and body, tied in a blanket, being placed in that is, a smoker who unites dinner to wide awake and ready for instant ac I The Gladstone ISanquet Lamps.:

write. The number of primary schools the grave in a kneeling attitude. breakfast with an endless chain of cigars, tion. As he began to recover from his The Gladstone Piano Lamp

is 33,000 for the population of over 100000,000. ,- Walter C. Schuyler, the president of lighting a fresh one as soon as the one first terrible fright. Hughes looked toward I Send for price list. Single lamps at trAote-
the foot of the bed and discoveredtwo v boxed and sent safely by ex =ress.
the York Athletic club is of before it has burned to Get
New a man a stump. I ; our prices. "SU IIJ is bettering?"
other rattlesnakes as large as the I
remarkable physical development. He There was a peculiar scene at the Audi- GLADSTONE LAMP CO.,
O. J. Robinson, of Corning N. Y. has
,
his face. These coiled
has chest shoulders and one so near were i 71 Park Place .
an interesting relic in the shape of Con- a deep heavy ; torium, in Chicago. Signer Tamagno'svoice Xe.rerk.
cf the blanket each side
on top one on
his lower extremities massive and
are suddenly left him during the first
tinental It is I
an
currency. original $8
of his body.It I.
well formed. He famous "
was a tug-of- act of "Othello, and the was A
note issued by the United States coloniesin manager was a fearful position. Drops 0
war team anchor. preparing to give the people their
February, 1776.It money cold perspiration fell from the Of.
"Count" Dillon, the former counselorand back when Signer Tamagno said he I
is estimated that from eighty to one face and every instant he was afraid the
treasurer of Gen. Boulanger, is living -I, thought he could proceed; and before
hundred thousand dollars' worth of I loud beating of his heart would arouse
at present in a handsome villa at" the end of the opera was singing as well I i AND STORE FIXTURES
nitrate of silver and gold is used every the sleeping snakes. When his presence ;
Clarens the lake of Geneva. He has as ever. CO.NASHVILtE
on THETERW MTG. .
year by the photographers of the United of mind had returned somewhat he decided
States in making pictures. fine horses and carriages, an army of Gen. O. O. Howard, in a recent address on a plan of action and lost no TENN ,
servants, and. fares sumptuously every at which he had among his hear
time in putting it into execution.
, The British war office has decided that day. His two sons, tall fellows, Gens. Sherman Slocum and Sickles
young ers Gathering all his strength for the THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER
when it becomes necessary to handcuffa often be with him. ,
to
are seen spoke of his last interview with Gen. he bounded from the
spring, suddenly
soldier in uniform he must not be I
Tamagno, the great tenor, who gets Grant. "Taking: his hand in mine as I bed, and as he rose he threw the upper I
marched through the streets, but a covered $100,000 for fifty performances, and has said good-by" said the speaker, "I asked part of his blanket over the two snakes

conveyance shall be provided.A other valuable perquisites, including I the general if there was not something I coiled at the foot of the bed. At one I

jeweler of Rockford, Wash., re- eight seats every night he sings, has a could do for him. 'Nothing, Howard,' leap Hughes was on the other side of the

cently presented the public school witha brother who sings in the chorus for the was the reply, 'only pray for me. '" hut and grasping his ax, with one well

clock. This was followed by a more affluent income of $17 per week. The directed blow dispatched the reptile

expensive one by a rival jeweler, and by brothers do not travel together, nor do TAPESTRY NOTES. which had lain at his face and which t

the time the enthusiasm had subsided they have any associations save when had made ready for a spring the moment
I The curtains of the Jewish Tabernaclewere i .,1
in the school had clock.
every room a the stage business demands. it was disturbed. .f4
I of tapestry work. The Jews seem
Not every person knows that the sure Whistler, the artist, is an odd looking to have learned the art of embroideryfrom Then with a piece of wood he killed "'= ."::r;.
test of genuine paper currency is to hold genius. He is small,spare and dark. In the two snakes under the blanket. When ,, -
the Egyptians. ;; ---7.
the bill up to the light so that you can his hand he always carries a thin bamboorod they were all dead Hughes sank to the ... _,-c_,..""-., -"- ."..' "-' .., .,:,,,
discern lines Holland and Belgium seem to havebeen floor of the hut in faint. It t n --! '
two running parallel across or cane nearly as high as himself, a was neat its entire length. These are a red and a and tipped with"gold. This he tosses and the first countries where men wove noon before he recovered, and then he < strictly trst
blue silk thread inside the paper. No swings about in the airy way of a drum tapestry. Brussels,Antwerp and Bruges hurried to the house of his nearest neighbor I and m de with from best very tool best ever materials derived, bj for s1!ti>.1%workmen parrot

counterfeit has them. major. Exactly on the top of his black were cities specially celebrated for it. a mile away. That night he was Warrruted to do all that can be rear aspected

head one lock of hair that is perfectly James I of England founded a tapestry attacked with convulsions, and suffered of the very belt typewriter extant. Capable of writ.
appears ing IV words per minute or more,according to the
DOINGS OF ROYALTY. white. This lock is said to be dearto establishment at Mortlake. Here Raph- terribly. Every time he closes hid eyes I ability of the operator. PRICE, I 1 00.

the artist because he believes it to be ael's cartoons were worked, and some of he sees snakes and his nerves are com- Addres. PAIU&1I M'FG. CO.,
.
wanted. 5J. T.OAttASJEX. .
The ex-Empress Eugenie has taken to the indication of an ancient and aristo- these may be row seen in the chapel at pletely shattered. The attending physi- Agents PARISH

writing poetry in her old age. cratic lineage. Belvoir castle.-English Journal. cian says the man may lose his reason.-

King Humbert has given $200,000 to The Italians had manufactories at Ven- St. Louis Globe-Democrat. t rt 01S tAVORf1NESt

erect a monument to Mazzini. ATCHISON PHILOSOPHY.A ice and elsewhere, and they used silk
Some Famous Diamond
The Frederick has become and gold thread; these are very brilliant I
Empress an
The valuable of the'precious
enthusiastic archaeological student at good wagon painter is always crazyto for a time, but fade by exposure to the moot: R
do carriage work. air eooner than the humble wool. stones, the ruby alone excepted, is the
Athens. diamond, the largest of which now be-
"Carmen Sylva," queen of Roumania, Keep your heart right,and your record Before wall papers were invented, and longs to the rajah of Borneo. It was
will take care of itself. ere it was the custom to smear the rough
is completing another drama of Roumanian found on that island, and the rajah will
Making a man a friend is giving him stone walls with smooth plaster, tapestry
life, with national songs and dances not consent to let it leave, although he
interspersed. liberty to laugh at your scars. was very much used. It was hung on has been offered enormous sums for the

a boy who could be wooden frames, at some distance from his Accord- 8E5'f
The shah of Persia has commissioned There never was relinquishment of treasure.

his ambassador at Berlin to engage engi- made to believe that any other boy's hair the wall. ing to Jameson, the governor of Borneoone WOODWORK= A11AEt1MEhTSi:

neers and workmen to go to Persia to put was naturally curly. Tapestry weaving was introduced into time offered the rajah $150,000, be-

works in the larger cities. Your business, of which you are so England by a gentleman named Sheldonin sides two large war brigs, fully equipped; =='HI','GD' Z'ATIOAN
up gas Au fut.
proud, is as much the result of the mis- the reign of Henry VIII. In an old still the despot clung to his precious little : IL'" .
the
William still retains
Emperor rivals of own ability. Warwickshire manor house maps of carbon. The celebrated "Regency"diamond ; sT.Louls.M0. faR SALE BY .
of
takes as your I
French cooks that ruled the kitchen of
various English counties were workedon which glittered in the imperial
it is for a man to persuade
the under his late grand- How easy
imperial palace
a large scale. diadem of Napoleon III, cost the French
father, but he positively refuses to allow himself that the box his new piano came r
Many of the women who lived in convents ao"emmentt8OOO..
look disorderly in the front
their French bills of fare to be put before in does not
used to employ part of their timein The Kohinoor, the famous diamond

him.Queen yard. tapestry work. From their busy and center piece in Victoria's royal crown, i

Margherita, of.Italy, receives The most comfortable people to live skillful fingers came rich altar cloths when brought to England weighed 186

some curious letters. Ono epistle from with are those who are good enough looking and dresses for the priests, and large 1-16 carats and was valued at $700,000.In I

America asked her to send the writer a not to be handsome, and stupid sacred pictures to cover the bare inside cutting the weight of the stone was

complete collection of Italian postage enough not to be brilliant.Do walls of old churches.The reduced to 123 carats.

stamps. Another American requests her you ever think, when you are wast- Assyrians, a very ancient race, The Orion or Orloff diamond, now be- ems...
majesty to forward one of her cast off ing your money, that unless you reform, longing to the czar, is another of the
in rolls of
wrote their history great tapestry -
FB03I SEW YORK CITY.
hate the worst may some celebrated diamonds of the world. Years
jewels. the men you ,each important event being described i!iCIMr. A H. Hawkes.-Oer Sir: Yocr PATENT
The young king of Portugal is growing day be called upon to help bury you? needlework pictures. The same is the ago it was used as an eye in an Indian I EYE GLASSES rectired sometime since, and am
that he does not idol at Serringham. in the temple of I very much gratified at the wonderful change that
exceedingly corpulent and splenetic. He No man should boast case in the famous tapestry at Bayeux, t baa come our my eyesight sine 1 bare discarded
displays neither mental nor physical en- care for public opinion until he can fall which gives an account of William the Brahma. About the beginning of the I mjr old gU*..*, cud am now wearing.jour

ergy, unless to shoot in the preserves at on the streets and pick himself up with- Conqueror and his victory at Hastings. Eighteenth century a French soldier dug I Secretary ALSXtXDKK btationers'Board of Trade.

his country seat. His wife, who is a out looking around. to see if any one saw in connectionwith the eye from its socket and fled to Midias, I' All fitted av the Drnr Store of
The most famous name :5 DIXON & GRAY TITUSVILLE. FUL
his Atchison Globe. where he sold the brilliant to an English
fall.
clever and energetic woman, sees him is Gobelin. Two brothersof
, from beneath him, tapestry officer for S9.SOO. Conveyed to Englandit
throne slipping
away Paris at the Invita-
went to
this
name
avert the catas- DOINGS OF ROYALTY.The again changed hands, this time going
and do to
nothing
can teach the
French art
tion of the king to
I to a Jewish diamond broker at' $58,000.
trophe. czar of Russia is very fond of playing of dyeing scarlet. The rival dyers of : The Jew in turn sold it to Catherine II

BITS OF SCIENCE.It backgammon.The Paris laughed at them and called" their of Russia for $118,000, besides being al-

Augusta of Ger- dye house "Gobelins Folly; but they lowed a pension for life.-St, Louis Re-
late ex-Empress had soon to change their minds and accuse FINE SHOW OASES
is proposed to reduce cows' milk to Fraulein von public.
Lady-m-Waiting
left
many the Gobelins of being in league with *9'Ask for
catalogue.
a dry powder, as being better for trans- who had been in her ser'"icenearly
Reindorf, Some Patent by Women.
I TERRY
condensed milk. the devil MPG CO..NASHVILLE,TEN"I .
portation and superior to fifty years, a legacy of $12,000. Connecticut women have invented

The idea originated in Switzerland. The Prince de Sagan drove from Paris GASTRONOMICAL TIDBITS. dustpans and fire escapes, and there is

French engineers propose ascending the to Cannes in a mail coach drawn by five one woman in Providence, R. I.,who hasa BBOTT'SBUNION5 JI

I Jungfrau by a succession of slanting horses. The prince drove himself and The apricot is a native of America patent chimney.Mrs. .

roads, forming a zigzag to a height of accomplished the journey in thirty days. The Chinese eat the larva of the hawk Harper, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,has a

some 12,000 feet, landing nearly at the The crown of the late sultan of Perak moth. good income out of her inventions for a I

summit of the mountain. was sold recently at Singapore, by orderof White ants are much prized as food in sewing straw braid, and Mrs. Fitch, of e' e

Experiments with the 23,0 candlepower I his estate, after having done service I Africa. Albany, has a parlor kiln for burning '

search lamps show that vessels, for long lino of Malay sultans. It is oi Peas were first brought from the south china, which enables every painter to

three miles off can readily be detected, gold, studded with a thousand jewels,, I of Europe. burn the china which she decorates at oWARTS

and that, by throwing the light on the I and was valued at 37,000, but the price! Lectoserin is mixed with coffee to improve home, and which is. 1 think, attached to I

clouds, signaling U possible at a distanceof i it fetched was not announced.The the flavor.Great the gas lamp. This patent is said to be I
considerable for its inventor
fifty miles German empress is forming a Britain is the birthplace of the making money -

Sending pictures by telegraph is one of "League for the Preservation ofHabits" Good The l. prickly gooseberry. kind., and A it Brooklyn is one of the lady new has things a patent of on its I HOW'S YOUR FENCE ?

The salient points I Prussian ladies. i
the latest inventions. among : Cherries were known in Asia in the
New York
of the picture are established by a previously members bind themselves to discourage Seventeenth century. I paper dolls and a woman,evidently i; We have the CHEAPEST and Best
II f a doctor, has patented a vapoi"
of co-ordinates, in form, both for them I WOVEN WIRE FENCINC
agreed upon system .I luxury every fewer Do not eat of a dish until you have had bath which can be taken in your own x3 Wire RopoSolvageea
and the details are filled in by the descriptive selves and their friends; to wear I I
dresses, and tI o time to enjoy its aroma. room. Another New York woman has a
and
added. simple cheaper ,
words
more
I has rigid economy in their h.ouse-. \ Parsley comes.from Egypt and dates patent"car seat attachment, consisting oi
A very ingenious electrical device I practice back to the days of mythology.The a head rest which can be hooked on tc J
hands J__ I _
holds.
r lately been patented,by which the of and whicyou
the end a seat, foot rest I i -
madeto Club Ijoor. French say that a glutton should II
certain hour are At the
of clock set to
a
a can fasten in front, so that you car I _
connect** with Friday night. not be in love while he is eatin .Hotel
electric current dine you .
"Ta ta
complete an get along very well without taking asleeper.
with the kitchen stove, so that the fire u "But what if it rains Friday? MaiL .-Washington Letter. _4

started when the given hour arrives. "Then well dine Thursday night. I An Estimate of True Worth.

E A rare phenomenon fa reported fro ]'Life. I Mr. Packer (showing some eastern It Wouldn't SaTe III Life, Anyway :
afternoon Where her lore's concerned a JirlwiII standIn tit ''MrSCHZS HIGH AT GO CX3TS rn JtDD.Lawn. .
w St. Halo. Recently during the !' Giving the Lie-Away."Bronson friends the studio and works of his son)
,all
and Stock Fencing
the front of the worl.! great strifa. Garden Praltry
k between 4 and 5 o'clock, three suns werE.. says you owe him $3." 1-That's a hand painted picture, done by But she wouldn't eat onions: the nisht he calls 4sea Tdealers.and wktbs.Fr lrfct Gate.Pmld.tOK2atcB.Senatoreirroiars.U i1 teeilow.sold.

seen all In a row a little above the western "He's a liar. I was going to pay bin n son. Not much talent, but an awful To Bare his precious life. JU1CLLU IWwU weal fUCX CO.. is Lawn 1U.f. .
which was it I Philadelphia Time .Ii.-.uH&cel LAWS aat CE1tETJKY )'assn
horizon. The real sun, Chatter. Puck
i today, but I won't now. tot of nerve- .
the center, shone with unwonted brill



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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1890. .


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THE FLORIDA STAR. MEN AND THEIR HOBBIES.A STATE NEWS. EAU CALLIE. Brevard County in account with R. P.

Padd'uon.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Let the next Legislature give us an We welcome the plenteous showers of 1890. Dr.
statement made by a wise man is
Senator.- late and summer gardens are looking April 10, subscription for
honest and capable man for our
that "Every honest man has a hobby"The
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Paiisher. Moran
Orlando their best. 10.00
Orange County ( ) Reporter.The "
man in question did not use these 29, \VatoW 35.57

S1.5O per Annum. precise words, says the American Cultivator question now is-will Call step The sloop Old Girl was in our river a Jan. 1, D. W Robinson, ... 10.00

but they amount to the same in up to the rack and take his medicine? or short time since. When did you step the 11, J. O'Riley, .....-..... 13.50
Entered at the Pod Office at Titusville as 11 G. \\?.
Mackenzie .. 23.00
substance.A will he skulk and leave his friends to topmast Tom ? ,
* Second-Clots Matter. 11, W.Campbell,........ 13.50
man who is always tinkering around furnish for him a refutation of charges Miss Mollie Nicholson returned homeon 10, B. F. Daniels, car-

The Star has the Largest circulationof making something or other in the mechanical which he himself cannot explain away? Sunday last from a pleasant visit with penter's bill,........ 52.25
any paper on the East coast of Fin. line, is never found spendinghis -Pensacola News. Miss Florrie Hodgson. 11, B. F. Danielssigns, 14.50

25, Mrs. Jane ..
make A SQUARE a column.is one inch In apace 18 squares leisure hours in a gin mill or saloon. Senator Call has made his own Capt. Bennet is showing water, musk, 2.\ Mr. C. E. Chaffee Dixon,.. 3.00 1.50

For advertising rates enquire ofthe Editor The young man whose object is study record. He alone is responsible for that and nutmeg melons, n.ew corn, Irish .. 11, J. B. Baker,........ 75.00

always enclosing two cent stamp. will be found at his books as soon as his record. Its discussion can injure only potatoes, celery, etc., etc. 11, Irs. Robt. Morrow 25.00

day's work is done and supper swal- Mr. Call. The Democratic party of Mrch., J. O'Riley,........... 70.00
We have received an invitation to Steps are being taken to organize an Apr 15, J. O'Riley............ 63.00
lowed. and
the Grancl Banquet and Ball in honor of Florida is too great grand powerfulto Episcopal church in our settlement. We 10. :\fr!l. Jane Dixon,... 4.50
The chap who has "music on the bow down to, or to be disrupted by, 11ch.12
the American Institute of Homoeopathy, wish the attempt every success. J. J. White,......... 21.25
brain" will be puffing or scraping his Senator Call, or any other one manorset Aprl 4, S. B. Hubbard&Co 46.91
which is to be held at the FountainSprinfP instrument early and late, until his of men. Senator Call's record-as Mr. A. H. Traflord has contracted for ., 6, Mard Bros., ........ 2.00
Waukesha Wis., Thurs the of the beacon in the Indian 5 G. S. .
House. friends almost wish he would quit his made by himself-is the public propertyof lighting .1 Har et".. .... 58.50
day evening June 19th. We regret that I river off the north part of Eau Gallie. 26, RaymondD.Knight
The distance is hobby and relegate himself to the rum his constituents, and it is their dutyat & Co, ............... 88.32
we cannot present. shop. all times, and especially at this time, John McAlister has completed a well Jan. MimsBros.,........... 12.00

too great and thus dims the enchantmentof Many young men ride a mechanical where he is a third-term candidate for for Will Roesch, of our town and rumor Apr 15, G. B. Gardner,...... 3.75

the scene to us. Those who attend hobby, and are often building:experimental re-election, to thoroughly discuss that says has struck another "best" flow in 3Ich.10, II. S. Williams..... 20.00
will have an enjoyable time as our friend, Aprl 2, G. W. Holmes,...... 10.50
Eau Gallie.
machines, and making "young"steam record. Let the good work on to the
J. M. Lee knows just how to go Feb. 14, G.r.. Holmes,...... 3.50
Mr. preparefor
engines. To such men, electricity credit of the Democratic party and the The steamer Kathleen carried over the Mch. 1, Jones Wiley &

such occasions. possesses a most enticing field. There honor of Florida.-Tellahassee Floridian. usual jolly crowd from Tropic and returnon Thomas.............. 4.50

is no end to the directions in which Saturday last. Rain or shine this 25, Henry Walton,..._ 9.00
Council at its next regular We that Mr. Call is able to "
Town
THE presume 6, FloridaStar,......... 12.50
meeting (a week from to-day) will dis- thought may be profitably turned in defend himself from the most serious at market trip is made by our tidy little 11 17, J. )1. Sanders ...... 4.00

cuss the advisability of passing an ordinance connection with electricity. Well developed least of these attacks, and the railroad steamer. 29, J. M. Sanders,...... 6.00

the running at large of as it is, electricity is as yet an and grant business is so completely Hodgson Bros., have down a force April, Kohn, Furchgott
to put
prevent almost unknown which will Co...................... 20.62
horses and cattle within the incorporate thing, require mixed and tangled that we can't tell pump and hose reaching all parts of 21, F. E. Hogue,......... 1.50

limits. Numerous complaints have been lifetimes of study to reduce to the head or tail of it. But one thing we do their new store building as a surety 18, Pierre Havens...... 10.00

made to them by various property owners full understanding of all. Electricity is know, that Mr. Call has lost his influencein against fire. The well is also; a great 11 11, C. C. Waite,........ 18.00

in regard to the damage they have the future power of the world, as it has the Senate of the United States. It is convenience to customers visiting the "" 5, J. W. White,........ 3.00

sustained from this source and the destructiveness always been its life, although uncompre- a spectacle very humiliating to every store. 1, Jacksonville Elec.
Light Co.,........... 4.S0
of stock is witnessed upon hended for ages. citizen of Florida when the Sergeant-at- Mr. J. 0. Walton killed a rattlesnake, 11 12, Sunday Critique, ... aOO

our side walks and our young shade trees. That a young man will waste hours I Arms has to go out three times to compel : on Saturday, which measures seven feet Mrcb. 9, Win. H. Sharpe ... 6.00

The plate glass windows in the new bank and days of his life in doing worse than i the members to come in and listen to 1. Jacksonville Elect.
in and in circum-
thirteen inches
length Light Co. ............ 12.40'
nothing, when he has such a field before ,
in such constant jeopardy Mr. Call.'e think that it is time fora
building are ference. It is a huge reptile, of whichhe u 4, Fla. Orange&Veg.
that a vigilant watch is necessary to him, is scarcely to be comprehended, new deal. Take a bran new man, one has the hide to add to his other Auction Co.,........ 13.SO

ward off the approach of these animals! but it is a disgraceful fact. who* is identified with neither the Chipleynor trophies. .Tan. 20 E. C. Sumerlin, ... 2.50

especially at night time. We hope the Let the young men awake to the idea Call faction. "Them's our senti Feb. 15, F. H. Boye, ........ 2.00
that the advance of the world depends It is rumored that some of our young Jan. 21, Henry Walton, ... 12.00
Council will act at once in the matter ments. Who shall it be-Bartow
upon them personally ; that the to people will attend a grand ball at Cocoa, Feb. 25, Henry Walton, ... 12.00
and have a proper ordinance passed.If years CourierInformant.If Jan. Times-Union,........ 25.00
be better on Friday next. Sorry correspondent -
come may or worse as they your
Senator Call is innocent of the Feb. 17, J. P.Garvey&Sons 5.00
there ever was a time in the historyof choose to study or to be idle, and it did not receive an invitation and a Jan. 25, Times-Union,........ 5.00
charges him let him
our town when it was more inappro- seems as though they would quit beer preferred against chance to describe the (sure to be enjoy 22, City Club tables:: 3.50

priate to talk of dissolving our Town drinking, dice shaking and card shuffling hasten to establish the fact. The Mdrop able) affair. Feb. 12, Dixon & Gray, ... 4.10
oils has no personal enmity against the 2, J. P. Turner & Co. 2.67
Incorporation it is now. We 'learn thata instantly, to avail themselves of the Messrs. Blatch & McMillan are in the
"
gentleman, but it would like to have 12, II. Walton, ......... 12.00
petition to this effect has been circulated privileges before them. him exonerate himself. He owes it to business of artesian well sinking and 6. H. Walton, ......... 15.00

the past week, but it has met with som.any A. man may be about what he makes have a number of contracts already on 1, Church Year Pub.

refusals for signature that the himself nowadays, and if he chooses to his constituency. If he is as bad as hand. The firm are at present sinkingone Co,.................... 25.00
charged, then he is not the man for 5, Times-Union, ........ 1.00
of its mission must be become a sot, the is if he for Mr.
futility apparentto way open ; Church at Chrystal Branch, "
United States Senator. Colonel W. D. 6, H. Williams,..... 26.00
its originators. chooses to become a power in the land, Chipley is an honorable man, and he n suburb north of Eau Gallie. Jan. F. A. Chappell.... 28.00

High town taxation is the one argue he can do so by going to work in that 21, Le Engle............ ..90U

ment advanced by those favoring this direction and keeping it. .. makes the charges, which gives them CAPTAIN PADDISON'S REPORT OFTHE 20, Jones & Wiley, ..... 10.30
weight with reading people. They do Feb. 1, J. P. Garvey&Sons 14.00
but this is
movement a excuse to
; poor "PROSECUTION OR PERSECUTION?" not come from a Republican or office- SUB-TROPICAL EXHIBIT. Jan. 16, R. H. Patterson, ... 17.50
put forward when our town is just now 1889.
seeker, but from a Democrat of good
relieved of a debt of $1,800 which Editor Florida Star: in the REPORT OF BREVARD COUNTY SUBTROPICAL Dec. 20, John Cleminson... 1.50
burdened our town within the past year, standing party. Ridiculing him 7, W. Jarvis ........... 1.66
SIR.-I was an interested observer of by scribblers does not meet the case or 1890.!
thus enabling our Town Council to reduce COMMISSIONER.
the proceedings in the county court on satisfy the voter. Facts are wan ted.- Jan. 1, Harry Roberts,..... 2.50
the amount of taxes for another Robert Morrow, Esqr., Chairman Board
1 W. N. Hendry ..... 4.00
Tuesday and Wednesday last, and was Jacksonville Metropolis.This ,
year to half of what they have been. when the of Commissioners of Brerard Co. 11 E. H. Rice,........... 3.00
present startling
The town treasury, now, has a fund of made discovery was fight against Senator Call will DEAR SIR-Enclosed please find state- 2, J. I. Sanders,........ 7.35
that
this
county had never been "
$400 or $500 for sanitary purposes, readyto disrupt the party, and should be stopped, ment and vouchers of business of Sub- 16, Geo. B. Rumph.40
'dry. That discovery disposed of the Jan. 2, Louis Powe,......... 12.00
these hot months the of the Senator. If the
be expended during original indictment in the case of the say supporters Tropical at Jacksonville for 1889 and u 16, F. L. Brady ........ 8.26

whenever necessary. State vs Wm. Jarvis but a new informa- party can only continue to exist by 1890, by me as Commissioner of BrevardCo. u 7, F. E. Bogue, ........ 11.75
;
Where is the need of dissolving our tion cloaking and concealing inefficiency, in- I believe it is substantially correct.I u 13, A. I.. Halch ........ 43.00
was promptly laid under the old 1 Mrs. Norwood ..... 3.75.
incorporation when our largest taxpayersdo competency and corruption the soonerit did what I thought for the best interest ,
law and the was u
case again W.
brought to trial 8, M. Robinson, .. 20.00
not ? Where would real is disrupted the better the people.
complain when it broke down for want of evidence. say of the county. I think a greater 2, J. M. Sanders,...... 14.00

estate depreciate to in less than twelve There, in the opinion of all moderatemen Full investigation not concealment, is amount of advertising has been done for 3, Robt. Morrow,...... 15.00

months by such a procedure ? To less the matter should have been the true policy of the party. Xo political our county in this way than could be Dec. 21, J. I Sanders ......_ 6.35

than 25 per cent. of its present value. allowed organization can afford to shield its done in other Had I known Jan. 8, L. J. Carlile, ........ 21.00
to drop ; but the County Attorney who any way. 6 Jacksonville Elect.
,
Where would our sidewalks ? We unworthy members from the knowledgeof
go seemed to have made the case a personalone that our county would not have had Light Co.,............ 10.40
would be walking in the sand again, and declared his determination to the people and the punishment of competition I would not have gone to 4, J. H. White ........ 8.30

be keeping away settlers thereby in less and a new information immediately proceed public opinion. We claim that the the great expense I did to make the display 4, Mrs. M. Thompson 7.00

than six months. How would it sound was Democratic party is the party of public but I was assured that Orange and 7, W. H. West ....... 13.50
filed, the Judge marking his sense 3, Hopcraft & Co. ... 12.05-
for the county seat of Brevard to be honesty and political purity. The Volusia ,
wayto were both in and 41
of the character of the proceeding by ordering coming ; as 4, J. P. Garvey&Sona: 11.00
designated an unincorporated town again, the case to be continued. make this claim good is not to condone Volusia had taken the premium the season 2, Jos. Paxton,......... 10.50

not equal to smaller places down the While in the first two indictments the corruption within our organization but before, she expected to do so this, 2, L. B. Dawson ..... 7.00

river? County Solicitor to expose and repudiateit.-Tampa Trib- and I candidly i believe that it was the cc 3, F. H. Boye ......... 12.50
It is not probable that the petitionwill was acting strictly in une. u 2, F. H. Bacon ._..... 10.00
the line of his and fear of our county that kept her out. I "
duty, so far deservescommendation 1, Henrv Clark ...... 27.40
secure names enough to call an the last information and PROCLAMATION BY THE MAYOR. made up my mind in the beginning that u 1, Geo. M. Zefts,...... 8.75

election ; but should it ever come to a the declaration by Mr. Sanders which ac- our county should take the prize, both CI 1, Frank Sanders, ..... 8.75

test every business man in town is readyto for best citrus display and most artistic Dec. 23, E. II. Rice,........... 27.00
companied it lent
throw his influence and support to to the case an appearance Whereas: The rules and regulationsof Jan. T. E. Richards..... 90.00
of persecution and personal feeling display. think the Association workeda Aprl 15 R. P. Paddison .
defeat such the State Board of Health make it the ..562.50
a measure. from which Mr. Sanders should care- duty of the muncipal authorities of hardship on us by compelling me to 15, R. P. Paddison, ... 93.73

fully guard all his official acts. The law every keep up my display during the entire May 13, T. E. Hardee-...... 3.25
FLORIDA TAX LAWS. incorporated city or town to provide efficient -
time to standard of the and Jan. 3, John H. Sams,...... 3.00
is no respecter of persons;-if it requires means for the prompt, frequentand opening day ; MrchlS, L. J. Carlile.......... 2.50
The matter of the much needed revision a victim in Cocoa, Mr. Jarvis is neither sanitary collection and disposal of again compelling me to keep up until 4, H. Drew & Co.,..... 14.95

of Florida's tax laws is being discussed the first nor the worst of the sinners all filth, refuse and garbage of every de- the 15th April, when it was distinctly April C. B. Magruder,... 30.00

by the voters of the variou against it there. and-whereas the understood that the Sub-Tropical would Feb. To Bank, cash paid

counties, and it has been suggested that But the whole "qet up" of the scription, : muncipal close on the 1st of April. I have placed for interest,......... 6.00
case authorities of the town of Titusville, in May To frgt. on pamphlets -
it would be well to select as some of the articles we have left sale
representatives against Wm. Jarvis has a suspicious appearance order to more efficiently carry out said on forA.L.Hatch .25

to the next Legislature men who which ought to have warned rules and regulations of the State Boardof and when sold I will remit proceeds to

will endeavor to introduce and have the County Solicitor against allowing his Health and provide for the you. I have never been able to get a $2,194.24

passed measures that will give better proper bill from Major Magruder Balance in hand.................. 12&36
us zeal to carry him too far. To judge by sanitation of said town, have purchaseda although J

and more equitable system of assessingand the bragging of some of its chief promoters mule and cart and hired a scavenger. have repeatedly asked for it. I have- $2,320.60

collecting taxes-that before nomi- it was a very transparent attemptto Now therefore, in order to more properly made a charge of $30. I think this will

nating representatives they be required* boom one of them for sheriff as the and speedily out such cover. However, this bill will be sub- 1890. Credit.

to pledge themselves to do all in their candidate of the prohibition faction. The carry sanitary ject to change. You will please find Jan. By fruit sold,........... 3.80
measures, I issue this my proclamation, Feb. ............ 4.90
power to improve upon and simplifythe fact that Mr. Sanders and his father have admonishing each and every householder check to balance account. '* 75 pineapples at lOc 7.50

existing laws. Perhaps this plan hitherto acted with that faction should and every person owning or controllinga Thanking your honorable Board for Apr. Fruit to Bradford- 24.00

would work good results, and perhaps make him only the more cautious thatno privy or water closet in said town, to your hearty support in the matter, "' "" 12 jars jelly,......... 2.00

not, but it seems that the people are word or act of his should give an appearance provide such privies or water closets I am, very truly, el 6"1 doz marmalade. 1.00

thinking seriously of adopting it. of personal bias to his proceed- with the proper buckets as required b; R. P. PADDISON. 12 swinging pineapples.3.50 bask I

Speaking editorially on this subject, ings. And in any case the law ought to the to keep sanitary the ordinances same properly of the disinfected town and Memorandum of Stock on Hand. ets at 2Octa., ... 2.40

the Orlando Record says: "Unless the be jealously guarded against the desecra- and in good sanitary condition, so that Potted plants, ... 1.50
people rouse to the importance of 500 baskets, 1 dozen wire baskets, 3 10 flower pot at
up tion of being used as a stalking-horse by the scavenger can empty and the
carry tables 4 20 cents ............ 2,00
united and determined work, the select- contents through the streets without large stationary tables, 1 large !,
schemers for office. I
JUSTTTIA. bird ............
ion of 1.00
representatives is liable to be creating a nuisance. The Town Marsha centre table, 3 chairs, 1 show case 1 cage. '
"
traded with view 2 crates pines ...... 12.00
upon a to promote the is also
hereby instructed to proceed at stuffed
chances of this or that senatorial The Indian River Countrj panther, 2 large rustic stand Jan. Cash from bank.l,350.00 :
aspirant once to out the house to house
and this more important matter lost Third edition (revised) of the Brevar inspection carry as provided by the rules and tables, 3 dozen flower pots, large metal- Aprl" for premiums, 905.00 I r

sight of. There are good systems in County (Florida) Pamphlet for 1890 regulations of the State Board of Health. lic fruit stands large French mirrors, R

many of the other States-systems which now ready.Description. These rules and regulations and the san- 6 signs, 20 card signs, 250 feet of rope, 1 $2,320.60 i
do away with the annoyances which of Indian River country ; itarv ordinances of the town will be hand 1
Florida tax-payers are subjected to, and its climate health and settlements; 76 rigidly enforced. saw, chisel, 1 hatchet, 1 pair wire Balance on hand,.................. $126.36 "

which protect a man in his rights after pages, with maps. Free to applicants Given under my hand and seal at nippers, 2 dust brushes, 2 brooms, 4 artificial Neuralgic Jferfotis !'"

he has paid his taxes. Why not investigate enclosing a two cent stamp.A. Titusville this the 4th day of June,, flower baskets, 1 framed picture of And those troubled with nerroosness resa1tiatfromeareoroverworkwillberelieTedbytak1

these and adopt bodily that one L. HATCH, A. D. 1890. exhibit, 3 large glass jars, 2 letter files, 1: ..g
which is best suited to Florida. 50-3mo City Point, Fla. I B. R. WILSON, Mayor. I stepladder. .Brown' Iron Bitters cennlna I"
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HARDWARE, SASH, DOOR & BLINDS, STOVES, CROCKERY & TINWARE.Send .



for Estimates on anything you wish in my line and save money.FR.ANK .


T. BUDGE ,


TITUSVILLE, FLOR.JD.A.:

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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' m said cause accordingly-It is A Disfigured Countenance. CARDS. HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
therefore ordered that all or 1 RIVER
any personor BAKERYWe
JlHtlnr of the Board of County Commit persons presenting his their peti- Many people who would scarcely no- OEOKOS: M. ROEBI.XSVALTEB S. GRAHAX.
or
tion tice an armless or legless man, will instantly President Brevard ,ecr. Brevard Ab- will Keep on Hand Every Day
toner of nre.ar(1 County. to this Board under chapter 3,416 Abstract Co. strict Co.

June 2nd, 1890. of mit the to laws sell intoxicating of Florida praying liquors,for wines a per or the human detect and face remark and dive on into any blemishon all sorts ROBBINS & GRAHAM, I FRESH BREAD, CAKES PIES,

Honorable Board of of speculations as to its cause and at- I **
The County Com- beer in any precinct in said county who ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ETC. ALSO
missioners met this day and convened have or has complied with the law and tendant circumstance! If you doubt ,
i is this assertion become possessed of a P. O. Box 250, TITU5V1LLE Brevard Co., Florida. Bottlers of Sodavater GingerAle
or are not disqualified shall be grantedthe
according to law. discolored Will practice in all the ounties of the Seventh ,
and
optic note how much at-
permit or right aforesaid.It Circuit and in the Supreme Court Special facilities
Present: Robert Morrow, chairman, tention it will invite. A black eye is for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. and other Drinks.ALL .
Sanders P. A McMillan appearing that F. A. Losley and generally avoidable,but blotches,pimples Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs ,
3[. A. J.
J. Frank to to
Renaker,and J.D.Crabb&Cohave and other scrofulous and eruptive marks Spanish Grants. Money Loan. 12 ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT

Carter, C. E. Chaffee, with A. A.Stewart, filed their petition signed by a majorityof steal upon us without warning and are L. GAULDEN ATTENTIONS

clerk, J. E. Bowman, sheriff. the registered voters of Precinct No. frequently the first intimation of the TJ. S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY

The following business was had, to wit: 2, under chapter 3,416 of laws of :Florida fact that our blood i is:: going wrong. A ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,
asking that the right be granted to PROPRIETORS,
prompt and systematic UQ of P. P. P.
of last
Minutes meeting read and
ap them to sell intoxicating liquors, wines (prickly ash, poke root and potassium) Titusville, Florida. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
proved.The and beer in said Precinct No. 2, and the will purify the blood, cleanse the skin
.
report of R. P. Paddison, commis- said petitioners having published the and give back to the face nature's familiar A.I. THRASHER,
said petition for the term of two weeks Drugs Drugs Drags !
sioner, having been submitted, and it preceding its presentation and having ruddy signs of health. Get it at your ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
druggist.
appearing that the same is correct and made the affidavit required by law-It P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA.

that he has properly discharged his trust, is therefore ordered that the said F. A. Circuit Will practice and Supreme in all Court.the counties ot the Seventh 3 A Fine Assortment of
Losley and Frank Renaker and J. D. Is Life Worth Living?
it is ordered that his report be approvedand DRUGS
that he be discharged and that said Crabb & Co., be granted the right afore- Not if you go through the world a dys JONES & ATKINSON, PATENT MEDICINES,
said and the Tax Collector of Brevard peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tabletsare ,

report be published. county is hereby authorized to grant the a positive cure for the worst forms of Attorneys-at-Law, SYRINGES,

It is further ordered that the chairman, said parties a license. Dyspepsia, Indirection, Flatulency and Titusville, Florida. STATIONERY.'FANCY & TOILET

Robert Morrow, turn over the Comm I In the matter of the petition of B. F. Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by ARTICLES

I sioner's check to balance account, a-I Jordan, N. D. Phillips and W. W. Dixon & Gray, druggists.: J.T.. SANDERS, Kept constantly on hand.Physicians' .
Hampton to have the assessment of cer- Prescriptions
carefully
mounting t6 $126.36 to the County
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
tain lands reduced : On hearing the Many PersonsAre compounded at all hours. .
Treasurer.On above petition and it appearing that the broken down from overwork or householdcares Will Circuit practice of in Florida.P. all the.'Courts of the Seventh Judicial J. B. SCREVEN Druggist

motion it is ordered that the chair- assessment being fair, it is ordered that Brown's Iron Bitters O. Box :!35. TITL'SVILLE, FLA. ,
Robert Morrow, be appointed a the prayer of the petition be denied.It rebuilds the system aids digestion removes excess Money to Loan. 11 I TITUSVILLE, FLA.
man,
of bile,and cures malaria. Get the genuine.
committee to make arrangements to have appearing that Elizabeth Bailey, a DR. L. T. DANIEL, C. a-ECTOR,
the residue of the Sub-Tropical BrevardCo. widow, has been assessed for certain
1 property in Brevard county under the Xoticc Hardware and
., Exhibition removed to Titusville. value of $200 which is exempt by law, it Under and by virtue $1 an order issued DENTIST,

Board took a recess until 3 p. m. I is ordered that she be relieved therefromand by Hon. Minor 8. Jones, County Judge of COCOA, FLORIDA.

After recess the Board convened at 3 that the Tax Collector be authorized BreVnnl County, Florida, in the petitionof M.D.. L. DODSON, General ProduceMERCHANT.
to correct his books accordingly. Mary V. Houston, guardian, I will sell
All the members
p. m. present.On Ordered that the Board accept in behalf at public outcry, before the Court House DENTIST .
motion the following bills were of the county the offer of the Abstract door of said county, at Titusville, between ,
audited and ordered paid from the Gen- Company to furnish the countywith the legal hours of sale, on the first Monday TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Melbourne Florida

Fund. "Grantor and Grantee Deed In- in July, A. D. 1S90, the same being Aching teeth filled and saved without destroying
eral a book the 7th day thereof, the following property, the nerves Teeth with abcesses treated success A.. L. Hatch & Soil,
dex" for the sum of$350Said to fully. Roots crowned substantially Plates of .
interest
onemonth. be delivered, completed to date of delivery to-wit: An undivided one-half in pure Para gum. Broken Plates mended. Badlyfitting DEALERS IX.
4 00 I
a certain lot of land described as follows: plates corrected. Teeth extracted painlessly. -
Charity Pad Ie; tt, pauper, one not later than Nov. 1,1890. Beginning on the east side of a public Office on Washington avenue. 8

month................................ 8 00 I Ordered that order No. 1, passed Oct. road at the northeast corner of a tract of S. G GRAHAM. D. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
Rachel Revels, pauper, one 3, 1887, dividing Precinct. 10 (Fort land now owned by Mrs. Mary Young, WALTER ,

month................................. 6 00 I said point being 560'feet south of the north Office Consultation 100. Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
Mary Morgan, pauper, one precinct line of section 21, township 27 south, range I j I Visits in Titusville. $200i Stationery Family" Medi-

month................................. 8 OC I in;: on range line dividing ranges: 37 and l 37 east, and 1613 feet east of the quarter double Calls between rates.Obstetrical. 10 p. m. and 6 a. m.will be charged cines Garden, Seeds,
A. J. Henderson, pauper, one 38 at the line dividing Brevard and Dade: section post on the north boundary! ) ofsaid cale, and cases outside the Corporation ,

month........................ ........ 8 OC I counties, run north on said range line tc I section ((21) thence east variation 2 55'.1 are positively declined. CHOICE GROCERIES
J. O. and C. II. Walton'sline :
440 feet onto
L. Eaufala, pauper, one township line dividing townships 31 and least

month ................................ 4 0( 32, then turn and run we t to the east t to the Indian river shore River 100, thence feet, thence northward south.1 J F. LEWIS Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

TV _R._ Wilson.. medical attendanceon line of Ospoola countv.. thence south or]I along CITY rOIXT FLORIDA.
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prisoners............. ........... 4 00 said line to the north; line of Dade county 'along 8-to west the 420 east feet side, thence of said south road 63 10"feet east to (Civil Engineer and Surveyor,

S. II. Ray, blankets, etc., for thence east On Dade county line to 76-100
prisoners.............................. 6 70 place of beginning. the acres point, more of beginning or less, said, containing land being the Titussille. Fla. Q Sr LfEngle & Oo

,V. Hughlett, medical attendanceon of C. M. Houston, a minor, and B. BURCHFIELD
E. Blanchard.................... 13 50 passed Ordered Sept.that 5th that, 1887 part, defining of order precinct No. 3, property being sold for his use and benefit.II. TD JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Guy lishing I. Metcalf.......,..balance.........-..on.....pub..... 2 75 No. 7 (Barker's Bluff) be rescinded and 7 F. ATKINSON Commissioner.Master's : COUNTY SURVEYOR. Crockery, Glassware,
etc. for the boundaries of said precinct shall be Orders by mail will receive as
Dixon & Gray, medicine, prompt IIoltse-FU1"ll ish ing
prisoners............................. 2o as follows : Start on Atlantic ocean coaston attention as calls in peron. ,
WR. Sanders, taking Agricultural township line dividing townships 29 Sale. Address: Georgian, Fla. Lamps Oil, 5''YuporStoves,

Statistics....................... 33 GO and 30 to the cast line of Osceola county Under and by virtue of a decree of
Minor S. Jones County Judge thence south on the said county line 31 and to foreclosure and sale rendered by the judgeof LA RUE P. ELY, Gate City Stone Filters.We .

salary, etc........................... 237 00 township line between townships the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial solicit the patronage of
Hennie Brown: janitress............ 10 00 32 thence east to the Atlantic ocean, Circuit of Florida, sitting in chancery at Notary Public for the State at Large. our neighbours ofthe
H. J. Brown, feeding prisoners... 15 00 ; thence north to the place of beginning.: chambers for the county of Brevard, dated Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. EAST COI-ST.

A. A. Stewart, clerk................. 27 25 Ordered that that part of order No. 3 the eleventh day of February, A. 1>. 1890, CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof

J. Pritchard, interest on debt..... 15 00 passed Sept. 5, 1887, defining precinct in a certain cause wherein The :Florida over 30 years' experience. Natural FOR SALE'THE

E. B. Wager,publishing financial No. 11 (Narrows) be rescinded and the Agricultural College, a corporation organ-of the finish a specialty.
the
Statement............................ 10 ( boundaries of said precinct shall be as ized and existing under laws and SarahG. Melbourne, Florida. 6 ELEGANT
State of :Florida, is complainant,
K. W. R. R. Co. illegal Commence on the Atlantic
J. T. & follows: II. Gleason
William are
collection of taxes................. Jl 51 ocean coast on the township line dividing defendants. Gleason, I and will sell at public outcry, in GEORGE W. MORTON, RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF
........ 27 2U 31 and 32 west on
C. E. Chaffee, county com I townships run front of the Court-house door of Titusville,,
P. A. McMillan, county com..... 34 00 I said line to the range line between Brevard county, Florida, on the first Monday I Civil Engineer & Notary Public, L. E. BARXES,

J. E. Bowman, sheriff............... 67 50 ranges 37 and 38, thence south to town- in July, A. D. 1890, the same being MORTONHURST, HEATH, FLA.Surveying ROCK LEDGE, FLA.,

Whereas: the J. T. & K. W. Railway ship line dividing townships 33 and 34, the seventh day of the month, during the I and Leveling, Architectural Containing Seven and One-Third
thence
Company was assessed for certain lands; thence east to the Atlantic coast. legal hours of sale, for cash, to the highest Drawing, Towns-hip and Section Maps. Acres of Land fronting Indian River.
Fla. for the year north to the place beginning. bidder, the following-described real estate, Deeds, Mortgages, etc. Blanks constantly RESIDENCE elegantly
in Brevard County, Large, Roomy, -
1889. which were not owned by said Ordered that that part of order No. 3 I to-wit : on hand. Finished. Also a Three-Room
of Eau
of land in the village
Company, and whereas it appears by the passed Sept. 5, 1887 defining precinct A tract Florida described COTTAGE and Outhuildincs. One of

certificate of the State Comptroller and No. 8 (St. Lucie) be rescinded. Said precinct Gall as follows le, Dre"ard.count, to-wit : All)of, block "C", of said I A. FROSCHER, the most desirable places in Rock Ledge

the State Commissioner of Agriculture, shall be bounded as follows: Com village, said block being bounded on the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. hammock.For .

that this is K, and that said Company mence on the Atlantic ocean coast on north by"Fountain Park," west by Pineapple Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden price, terms, etc., apply to
should be relieved of said assessment, township line dividing townships 33 and avenue, south by Jouset street and Albert A. Taylor Cocoa Fla.BROSI.
,
it. Therefore to the range line dividing Coffins Cases and Caskets.
amounting to$31.51J so paid by 34, thence west east by Indian River, according to a survey ,
it is ordered that said Railway Com : ranges 35 and 36, thence south to made by William II. Gleason, a map
pany be relieved of said payment, and township line dividing townships 35 and of which is now on record in Brevard Funerals attended if desired. All orders
that the said sum be refunded by war 36, thence east to the Atlantic ocean, county; the said block being the block on promptly executed and at reasonable rates. HODGSON
thence north to place of beginning. which the Agricultural College building is Embalming done. ,

rant.The following bills were audited and Ordered that that part of order No.%3, situated, or as much thereof as will be suf of 3ST.AUM.A.iSPSNEWSPAPER : General Merchants
said decree and costs
ficient to satisfy
ordered paid from theROAD passed Sept 5, 887 defining precinct No. ,

FDXD. 14 (Canaveral) be rescinded, said pre- sale.Purchaser: to for titles. SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY

John Houston, road sup't........$ 10 20 cinct to be bounded as follows: on the JAMES pay SANDERS, THE PIONEER AGENCY. Eau G-allie Florida.

L. A. Coleman, road sup't......... 5 40 north by township line dividing Atlantic town- Special Master. For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN ,

F. H. Boye, road sup't............... 20 00 ships 21 and 22, on the east by line dividing Beggs & Palmer and Robbins and Gra ,
south by township INDIAN RIVER
for Bell, road ocean, on the ham solicitors for complainant. 7 Brevard Fla.
T. J. DeSteuben, 24 and 25 and the Titusville P. O., county,
8Up't.................................... 6 00 townships on the
T. J. DeSteuben, road sup't........ 28 00 I west by Indian River. Whereupon INCORPORATION. "STDE2DE2 LEE Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the
until June 16th lR90.Comnllsstoner's NOTICE OF ,
John Houston, for work............ 10 jw Board adjourned ,
F. H. Boye. for work................ 9 67 Notice hereby, given of the formation of i i or"pcntion Chinese Laundry, Day Week or Month.Brevard .
roast
the East Trancpoitation
to be known M
Board until 9 o'clock, a. m. Sale.
adjourned Company. The principal office of said Comp
next day. any will be at TUnsYjlIe, Florida. Tbe general Main Street,
virtue of an order from the honor- nature of the business, the transportation of freight Co.
By
e the Board from the the water ways of the east TITUSTILLE FLORIDA.
It appearing to Minor S. Jones, County Judge in and and passengers over ,
able authorized capital will be for
records of the Co. Court that in a certain for the county of Brevard,State of Florida, coast the present of Florida.$"'OOO.C The)(). three.flltbs of which shall be
cause therein depending wherein dated June 3rd, 1890, I will sell before paid in and the balanae upon call of the directors. MANATEE STATE BANK
Schooner
the State of Florida was plaintiff and the Court-house door, in the town of Ti Tbe corporation shall its commence articles of on association June 10th and, or ,
thereafter as ,
Wm Jarvis was defendant, the prosecuting tusville, in the county and State aforesaid,, by-laws as soon are filed with the Secretary of State. The J. IV. ZELLERS, Master.
attorney for said county entered a between the legal hours of sale, on the business of the company shall be transacted by aboard This 28-ton Yacht can be charteredfor COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED .
motion for nolle prosequi m the sail of July, 1890,to the highest bidder, of not less than three directors. who shall
a 7th day
have power to elect a president, secretary and all points up and down the river, on
cause on the ground that the e ectior r for cash, all the right, title, interest and treasurer, and appoint a general manager. The the coast or to the Bahamas. 1889.
,
: held under chapter 3,700 of the laws oj estate, which George Warren, late of Bre directors shall be for the first year,the undersigned
shall be elected each Commodious, safe and good accommo CAPITAL:
tc had the time of incorporators, and the officers
of Sept,1SST >> deceased, at
14th ,
the day vard county
Florida on thereafter on the first Tuesdav in June. dations. Further particulars address- Authorized,
year Subscribed, $25OOO;
of intoxicat in and to the following described
determine whether the sale his death, Tbe highest amount of indebtedness to which
b and being in Bre- itself shall not exceed sip: TITUSVILLE, FL t.a $100,000.ACCOUNTS .
ing liquors, wines and beer should < real estate, situate, lying the company can subject
, illegal u I Florida, to wit: the south half thousand dollars.
,
yard county
prohibited in said county, was R.P. PADDIPOX. SOLICITED
. that the said election was not held within of the northeast J of the southeast 4 of GEO. M. BOBBINS DETROIT Steel UTackleBlock..
sixty days from the presentation 0 northwest J also the northwest } of southeast W. S. GRAHAM.Titnsville HALF THE COST of hoisting And Money to Loan at Lowest Rates.
the constitu- J of northwest J also the northeast Jot Fla., My 14, 1890. to storekeepers, Batchers, Farmers
by
t the petition as required furthei southwest } of the northwest } also the f Machinists, Builders, Contractors and DIRECTORS:
tion and laws of Florida. And the OTHERS. Admitted to be the greatest
the 10th da; south half of the northwest \ of the south! FOR THE BLOOD Improvement EVER made in tackle ALBERT TAYLOR, President.
: that the election held on of th< west i of the northwest } of section 20,, 6i... Weakness, Malaria, Indigestion and blocks. Freight prepaid. .Write for JAMES HOLMES, VicePresident.R. .
of December 1889 in pursuance 21 south range 35 east. Biliousness.takeBROWN'S catalogue IIOL3IES Cashier.J. .
township BITTERS.It 15. ,
of Honda wa: IRON FULTON IRON & EXCISE wm.Ef .
j f'. said chapter 3,700, laws being grant H. F. ATKINSON, cures quickly. For ale by all dealers In tab. 1852. 10 Brash St.,Detroit Mich. M. Sanders. J. F. 'Yooten.THE .
I indeterminate and a motion Commissioner. medicine. Get the genuine.
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After have brushed the udder clean
take: in knowing a thing is laughing at you Jn Circuit Gmri for tie 7th Judicial Circuit
milk the cow as fast as you can and milk -
the ignorance of the man who does not her clean to the last drop. of Florida, in an>\ fa Brasn.l
know it. county. A. D. 1890.-7* itmm"/.
Your cows will certainly fall off in
At one time in a man's life he is too r JOSEPH F. CUA.i
their milk unless housed in a warm stable i
young to know what he says, and at an- vs. I Bill for Divorce
inclement cold
during or ,
other he is too old to say what he knows. very LIBBIE A. CIIASTV J
weather.-St. Paul Globe.
Take conceit away from the averageman It appearing from the affiidnit of the

CRISP CONDENSATIONS. and there is nothing left of him HIS WOES. ,, HINTS FOR TEACHERS. complainant herein filed that the defendant

I except capacity to chew victuals and digest Libbie A. Chase, resides beyond the

Volcanoes rarely, if ever, are more them. Congressman Dolliver's Experience at the Don't get rattled in school govern- jurisdiction of this eourt,but is believed by
than five miles White House. complainant that defendant reside i in
deep. ment.A .
The man who has little to do is alwaysthe Denver, State of Colorado and
Congressman Dolliver, of Iowa was that the
The eye of the beetle has upward of most popular. The man who is met at a reception at the White House question asked by a pupil for the age of defendant is aver the age of tW(>DtT-.

twenty-five thousand facets.A rushed and busy gets cross and cranky, by a correspondent, to whom he poured class to answer is frequently worth much one years.It .

paper in Canton estimates that 75- and is disliked more than if ho were an forth the story of his trials: "It was my more than that of a teacher. is, therefore, ordered that the said

000 people die in China every year by idle man and had time to devote to first taste of official society as seen at a The essential features of elocution defendant, Libbie A. Chase, do plead

fire and flood. others.-Atchison Globe. public levee in the executive mansion.I should be in the mind of the teachers answer or demur to complainant's bill oi
complaint, herein tiled,. on or before
The five elevators in the Eiffel, tower did not know what to do when I came through the entire career of a child. the 7th, 1890, or the sail bill will be taken July

made a profit of $1,200,000 during the Vermont Was About to Desert. bere, and so I thought it best simply to Emphasize tho fact that the right wayis as confessed, and that complainant will lie

French exposition.The Somebody grubbing among the Canadian follow the crowd. It took me forty min- always easier than the wrong, and allowed to proceed ex-parte with his said

coat shirt is said to be the latest.It state papers in the buildings of the utes to get from the front door to the that to answer a question correctly is cause.

is open in front all the way down, is Dominion parliament has come upon Totters coat room, and there a colored man ,. easier than to answer it incorrectly, if It is further ordered that a copy, of this

made to fit the figure and does not haveto which amount to an important historical grabbed my hat and coat, while I was the idea is clearly in mind.--Journal of order be published once a week"for four
discovery. It that at that consecutive weeks in the FLOUIPA
be pulled over the head. seems willing to wager something handsomethat Education. STAR,
eventful period in our colonial history I should never get them back again. a newspaper published in Titusville, I're-;

The greatest elevation ever attained by when Cornwallis was beleagured at Yorktown "Ten minutes later, and the stream of yard county, Florida, prior to the 7th day.

a balloonist was 37,000 feet, or about by French and American armies people had carried me with them to the Comparative Anatomy. of July, A. D. 1890.
miles. The ascent was made Sept. Mamma little Willie Witness the Honorable John D. 1'roome;
seven and a French fleet, just before the capitulation I a little dazed by (to )-What have ,
reception room. was
15, 1862; at Wolverhampton, England.An which struck the death blow of you drawn, my dear? Judge of the said Circuit Court.. as well as
what occurred there, and I have been a
Englishman has invented a desk the English cause in the United States, little dazed ever since. I remember hear- Willie(who has covered an entire sheet said A. A.Stewart, clerk the thereof,an.l the seal of
court at Court-hou in TitH-
for persons traveling that is fixed in Vermont, the Union state which bordered with a single picture-A) tat, mamma; e,
name out by some
ing my sung one, ville, this 19th day of :May, A. I). 1MJ.
such a way that it remains steady in the Canadian frontier, was on the 'Mr. Dolliver!' A man whom I took for but it is so-small I dess we'll have to all \. A. STEWAKT,

spite of any swaying of the boat or very point of joining Canada.Chicago the president grabbed my hand and it a titten*.-Washington Star. Clerk.t>f the Cire-iit Court.

train. Herald. pumped my arm up and down a coupleof 1... G. BAIXAKD,

The average watch is composed of 175 times. Then I was shoved along to Very True. Complainant's Solicitor. ,"
different upward of Politics Defers a Wedding. Mrs. Harrison I think it It has been noticed that when some
pieces, comprising was. My arm
Walter J. Wood and Miss Lucy Miller NOTICE.In .
have else to write about
and distinct in and another men nothing
2,400 separate operations was pumped again, cog was
its manufacture. The balance wheel of Oconee, His., were affianced lovers. turned by the machine. I heard myself they will sit down and write about four Circuit Court of the 7th Judicktl Circuit -
The date had been fixed for the mar-
whirls 3,558 miles in one year. riage and a license obtained. After re- greeted by the second lady as '}Ir.Gul columns and a half.-Washington Post. of the State of Flori&t, JrtWtttl

For every 1,000 inhabitants the United ceiving the required legal permit the liver.' Again the pump motion was applied county; A. D. 1890.)

States trains run 9,700 miles annually, lady declined to fulfill her part of the the machine took up another cog, A Very f* Clever Lad. Wignell ATweltridgevs.

while the train mileage of Great Britain, contract, giving as a reason that her and I was introduced to the next lady as K? 1 Attachment.

on the same basis, is 7,500; Belgium, 4- lover had accepted a nomination for as- '::\Melville.:: .' I III The Indian River Amount sworn

500; France, 3,550: ; Germany, 3,250.In sessor on the Farmers' ticket, whereas "More:: pump like movement of the i fJ Land & Improv'm't [ to S7.S92.G9.
right arm, and with the lights dazzlingmy Co., a corporation
Siam you can get good board for both were Republican. The paper was
under the Dauiagesclainidlaw
forty-five cents a week,and this includes returned to the county clerk, and one eyes, and my brain a little disorderedby existing J
4 of the State of $10,000.
visions of beautiful and
washing, the use of two servants to run Young was elected, but the lovers' differences women gor- New York.

errands, tickets to shows, three shaves have not been adjusted.NewYork geous dresses, I was passed along to still To the defendant corporation and all
another. Here I recovered myself sufficiently -
.
and all the cigars can smoke. Press.
you to endeavor' to regain possessionof .'lug 1 I! I I!YR I I I tln other persons interested :
Fifty shillings an ounce was the price R II II1UJ l '' You are hereby notified that a writ of
Diamond Studded Bones. my proper name, but when five seconds ,
paid in England the other day for an hIl"You attachment has been issued against you,
later the machine moved I
dinner in this again
At
a given city recentlyto and attached to satisfy the
Irish toilet service in silver of the time your property
detachment of the 400 found the pump action moved just like
a marrowbones demands of the plaintiffs above set forth.
of William and :Mary. It was not very
.
served of the its predecessors and a large, handsome ar.--
were as one courses, And now, unless shall before
highly ornamented, but it sold for $3- ) appear
5GO. each bone being tied with a ribbon held woman, with a French accent, callingme the Judge of our said Court, at the

in place by an enameled pin with a diamond 'Mr. Gollyboy.' Then I gave it up, Court House in Titusville, in said County
Measurements of a quarter of a millionof and resigned myself to anything that brother made this all.
in the center! In consequence of say your of Brevard, on or before the 7th day
soldiers have shown that males do not such costly presents every one is willingto might happen in the way of impromptu by himself?" of July, A. D. 1890, the same being Rule
reach adult until about 28, an age go down on his marrow bones to get pump move- Day, and plead or demur to the declara-
feissor .Shaler's observations at Harvard invited to these gift entertainments. ments, more parodies on the name thatI "Very. How old is the boy?" tion of plaintiffs herein filed, judgmentwill

prove .that full mental power is not New York Commercial Advertiser. had come honestly by, and finally I "He was 40.on the 4th of June."-Ar be rendered against you by default

reached before 25. reached the end of the line and as 'Gen. gosy. and your property sold to pay the debu

ZoUicoffer made Witness the Honorable Jno. D. Broome
lie Won't Find Any. my escape into the east A Difficult Contract. ; ,
THE GENTLER SEX. room." Judge of said Court, as well as A. A.
It is said that the Russian minister at
Invalid (in the country-Doetor) I
says Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the-
offered American
Washington an corre- He Wanted a Raise. must have plenty of eggs,and milk from seal of said Court this the 15th
Wilkinson day
Miss R. F. is said to be the Russia and ,
to to
spondent $10,000 go "Well, sir, what is it?" said the one cow.
female in proprietor of March A. D. 181)0.
only landscape gardener Lon ,
write series of articles to break the
a of the store to the young man Landlord-I kin give yew milk from [L. S.] A. A. STEWART
don. She is very successful, and ranks ,
in this .
force of
public opinion country.The who had but I'm afraid I can't furnish.
high in her profession.A entered his office. one cow, 48 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
correspondent was willing enough to "It just occurred to me that a large yew with eggs from one hen, mister!-
daughter of the late oldest memberof but he could find
go, no publication proportion of my daily work consistedin American Grocer. NOTICEIs
the house of commons, Christopher which would take his articles. Russia 'cash!'"

Talbot, has, out of one of the largest for- has lost the respect of America,-Detroit "No hollering doubt." Chicago and Madrid. hereby given that six months after.
tunes in England, donated $12,500 for Free Press. the first publication of this notice I will
"And seven dollars a week is the extent Mr. Bleecker (telling of his travels
the relief of wives widowed by the)101"83. present my final accounts and apply to
I in Madrid matador who
of my income from this establish. saw a always
the of Dade for
County Judge County
IN
colliery disaster in Wales. NOVELTIES JEWELS. receives for bull.
ment. $10,000 killing a
my final discharge as administrator of
The Countess Waldersee, formerly Scarf pins of plain gold wire, worked "Yes." Miss Live way t(of Chicago Why,thatis the estate of August liars, late of Dade

Miss Lea, of New York city, lives in into knots, have their followers. "Well, I wanted to know whether youcouldn't more than the foreman in papa's abat- County, Florida, deceased.

great state in the palace adjoining Von arrange it and give me a little toir gets in a year.-New York Sun.A HEINRICH HARS,
Moltke's, but her personal tastes are se- Coral jewelry is becoming more than clearer idea of what I am talking about Administrator.

verely simple. At home she always ever a factor in jewelers' stocks. during the course of my duties."-Washington Modern Instance.

wears cashmeres of finest quality, but Jeweled studs for full dress are yield- Post. "Come, general," said Miss Rosebud, NOTICE.All .

made absolutely without trimming, and ing first place to plain linen covered ones. "tell us the story of your achievements in
concerned will take notice that six
relieved only; by linen collars and cuffs. Garnet incrusted globes are a much A Bucolic Proposal. the field. I;"do so love to hear you talk months after date, I will present my final,

The Duchess of Hamilton, besides ranking affected fancy in single pronged hairpin Young Farmer (twirling his hat ner of yourself. account to Honorable Minor S. Jones,

as one of the most fearless riders to tops. vously-Mr. Smith, your daughter Sally "And my reward?" asked the veteran. County Judge of Brevard county, Florida,

hounds in Great Britain, is a keen sports Clusters of moonstone, in slender set- an' I have agreed to get married, pro- "A kiss,""returned the girl. and pray for an order dismissing me from

woman. Not only is she an excellent tings, comprise some admirable queen vidin' you're willin'. What do you says "Well," ejaculated the green eyed the further execution on the estate of John

shot, but she may frequently be seen on charms. Old Farmer Well, I dunno; you see, civilian, who was calling, "that is a case E. Moore, late of said county, deceased.S. .

her husband's land armed with a metal Round cuff buttons, fluted in different I've wintered her, and it's hard to let her of giving a kiss for a blow."-Puck.A II. KAY, Administrator.
when she could be useful. If Titusville, Jan. 6, 1890. 33-6mo.
jest
pointed pole and followed by a few clever directions to a diamond center, are loom- go yer
looking terriers, which dispose of the ing up.-Jewelers' Review. both can wait until arter harvest time Public Benefactor.
rats which are "bolted" by the pole of this year, I'll be willin' enough.NewYork "So Scribblems is dead?" .Administrator' Notice.

her grace. .. A novelty is white satin shoe with a Press. "Yes, he is dead." All persons haying claims against the
"And in his obituary he is called a Estate of Aaron P. Cleveland late of
The English Countess of Carloty recently rather conspicuous ornament on tho too Made Light of It. I benefactor"- ,
died in Paris at the age of 70 in in tho shape of the Eiffel tower, workedout Tailor bills That fellow public Breyard County, :Florida, deceased, are
(looking over )-
her room, where she lived alone and apparently with gold bead "Certainly. hereby required to present theme duly
makes of his "
Slimly light obligations,
"How is that? authenticated, to the undersigned,within
in the found
poverty. was dying
doesn't he? "Why, he died, you know.-Boston the time prescribed by law or this notice
in her chair by the janitress, and the On the Fair Blue Sea. Collector (facetiou81yYea, he lit the Courier. will be pleaded in bar of such claims.

police were summoned, as it was sup- "Why do captains of ships carry telescopes gas with the last one I handed him.- And all persons indebted to said Estateare

posed that she was utterly destitute. In ?" she asked. Washington Star.'Wouldn't. His Vacation. hereby required to make immediate

removing her from the chair a bag fell "To see the pleasure there is in an ocean "Hello, Charley; where yer going withy payment to

to the floor, and in it was found $10,000in voyage, I suppose," he managed to say, Believe Dim. r'gripsack?" OSCAR HALL,

gold; $40,000 in notes was afterward and then rushed over to the bulwarks.- Tom-I told Dick that fish story you "I'm on my vacation." Administrator.This .

found in a drawer. Philadelphia Times. told me. "Vacation-in March?" 27th of May 1890.

Harry-Did he believe it? "Yes; I'm vacating at my landlady's

BITS OF SCIENCE. Where, Indeed? Tom-No; that is, he didn't after I request.7 Chatter. Notice to Creditors Legatees

Mrs Wundah did not know there told him you were the author of It.- and Distributees.
With the view of testing the rapidityof were such things as artificial whales.Mr. Yankee Blade. Reasons for a Reprieve.

electric welding, twenty pieces of one- Wundah-Well, there are not. Condemned Murderer (to counsel- All persons having claims and demands

inch common round iron bars with rough :Mrs. Wundah-But where do they get Up In His Profession. Say can't you get my hanging, which occurs against the estate of William H. Benest, a
ends were recently welded together by this artificial whalebone the to-morrow off fora week ? creditors, legatees or distributees, will take
papers speak "Charlie, that's a handsome cape over- put or two notice that their claims must be presented
two men in thirteen minutes.It of? Puck. Counsel
coat of yours. The man that made it Why? to me within two years from the date here-

is claimed that wall paper can be Amenities knows his business." "Oh, I ain't feeling very well."-Law of, or the same will be barred,and persons
of
the Court Room.
made in such a way that the passage of "Yes; Snipp made it; he's a man of rence American.Three indebted to said estate'will make payment
judge-All the fools have not ceasedto
low tension electric currents will heat it great cape-abilities.-Clothier and Fur- to me.
moderately warm to the touch and diffuse practice as attorneys, I see. nisher. Weeks in a Vault. ALBERT F.QUIMBY,

throughout the room an agreeable Lawyer-No,your honor, there are not The man who mysteriously disappearedfrom Administrator of William H. Benest, late

temperature.The judgeships enough to provide for the A Shopkeeper's Spasm. his home in Keyport, N. J., has of said county, deceased.

conclusions reached by modern whole of them.New York Press. Popinjay (passing store)-Good gracious been found in a critical condition in the April 28, 1800.

that cyclones of What is the mutter with that vault of a cemetery there. A dispatch
meteorologists are great
whirls of Newest Fad In Linen. man leaning over the counter in there? explains that his condition is due to cold Notice.
ascending
intensity are spiral
The coat shirt is said to be the latest.It Blobon=Got a counterfeit, I guess.- and hunger, adding that this
wind having a rotary motion in a direc- voluntary Six weeks after date hereof I will applyto
is in front all the down is
open ways Burlington Free Press.MILKERS' exile from homo
was caused by the disobedience
tion in the northern hemisphere oppositeto lIon. Minor S. Jones of
made to fit the figure, and does not haveto county judge
the movement of the hands of a watch. be on of his daughter, aged 17. She Brevard county, Florida, for letters of administration
pulled over the head. The in-
has a lover
NOTES. a young Englishman, em- tettamrnto of
cum annexe
Photography has apparently disprovedthe ventor of this shirt hopefully
predictsthat ployed in a carriage factory. His attentions Henry R. ". McBride, lateof saidcountr,
theories of the old school meteorologists it will come into universal use, butit Never drive milch cows or fattening to her displeased the father. The deceased. The said deceased having

who maintained that lightningnever is a matter altogether uncertain how I stock faster than a walk. girl wouldn't give up her lover, and the named no executor of his last will and tee- ,
turned back in its path. An examination It will strike the leaders of fashion.-
Do not allow or force milch cows to father took a few of his effects and tament.
of lightning photographyshows Clothier and Furnisher.To drink ice cold water. moved to the vault of the Green Grove This, May 1st, 1890.
that a flash not only turns back CHAS. T. McBRIDE,
You have no need of a dog in bringingthe cemetery.-PhHadelphi.\.
sometimes but Itself into kindof
tangles a Grasp a Fortune. 3 Ct Melbourne, Fla.:
cattle home from the pastures.
knot. "How can we grasp a fortune?" is the

way an advertisement opens. We should If you are musically inclined you may The Other Mde. Bucklcn'g Arnica Salve.

MANNERS OF MEN. probably grasp it firmly with both hands hum in a low tone. The cow will like it It is quite often that one reads of a THE BEST SALVE the world for Cuts,

The man who has shown his capability if we saw it coming our way.Yankee and commence ruwillatin ;. man who has wasted his fortune in riot Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fe-

of taking care of himself never lacks, I| Blade. To sell milk pays better than to makeit ous living, but :Mrs.: Ann Graham, a ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil

for others to take care of. i into butter or cheese and sell it as Brooklyn woman has bankrupted herself blains. Corns and all Skin Eruption,
Erie Canal Ice. solids.If and been sent to the poorhouso l hy and positively cures Piles or no pay re-
If a man controls his wrath with the The ice the Erie canal has been sold
i on you desire your cows to do their best buying Bibles for the poor and giving luthe quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect
first offender, las temper gets that much 1 for 22 per mile. This ice is generally churches. In five she satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
at the pail, give them a change of foodas years gave
the better of him with the second. I considered too poor to harvest. It will often as possible. away $63,000 in cash.-JVtjwt !-'.-... 25: cents per box. For sale by Dixon &

About the only pleasure _some- men L | be shipped to New York.-Exchange. t Press. Grey. IoID.F .


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FLORIDA_STAR, THURSDAY JUNE_5, 1890. _l'


A Bold Stroke for Fortune A Child Killed. TElE: TEl.OPJOAL: TRUNS LINE:

Young and struggling M. D. (glad to Another child killed by the use of JACKSONVILLE, TAIttPA & KEY WEST SYSTEM.

get a small fe '-Now, madam, you will opiates given in the form of Soothing '
not need me any more. Take care of Syrup. Why mothers give their chil- SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 14, 1690-C TR.U STANDARD TIME.

yourself and you are all right. dren such deadly poison is surprising Going South Read Down. STATIONS. Going North Read rp.i .

Convalescent-Then allow me to pay when they can relieve the child of its i L i S; t
you, doctor. peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's 5 CIOpm 1 45am 1230pm 9 OOam Leave Jacksonville Arrive 9 1150101 5 Mpm 4 5Op1l1 {
HANDLING A RAT.. 6 SA 1010 200 10 ro Arrive SL Augustine Lean 7 1020 410 2:0''
Doctor-Let me see. Ten visits. Well, Baby Soother. It contains no opium or 3 30 10 Palatka o. .I 8 50

I jt e Fat Gentleman Knew All About It and say $10. morphine. Sold by Dixon& Gray, drug- 5 610 46 "" Ormond Daytona "" 632 610Z I;

Acted Accordingly Convalescent-Only $10? Why, doc gists. S t410pm

A boy employed in a Sixth avenue gro- torDoctor Happy Hoosiers. a iOpm 8 60am Leave Jacksonville Arrive 6 30am 12.wpm 6 OOpm '
5 4S 139 9 48 Arrive Green Cove Spring Leave 52-1 11 39am 4 55
cetf store appeared on the curb the other (seized with a happy thought- Wm.Timmons,Postmaster of Idaville, 700 235 1045" Palatka .. 4 25 1045 4 00 I I I8U
jsorning with a rat trap in his hand and Ten dollars a visit.ConvalescentAh. Ind.. writes: "Electric Bitters has done 339 1202pm" Sevllle 305 936 246 i

Within the trap was a gray leaded rodentof that is more like it. more for me than all other medicines 4 35 1 23"" DeLand ".0 810 13S j
10 !O 4 21 115 Orange City Junction 149 8 32 141
good size, who evidently realized that [Receives his check and his fortune is combined for that bad feeling arising 1110 500 I 50'1 i anford 115 '155 110 ,
crisis in his life was close at hand. as good as made.]-New York World. from Kidney and Liver trouble." John 4 57 Enterprise *1 53 4
4 Leslie farmer and of 6 50 Titusville -cJ 00
stockman
same
Twenty pedestrians had their attention I 903am 608 I I 'I Orlando 1140 645 I
Arrested at once, and three dogs came DUgracefal Comparison i the place best, says Kidney: "Find and Electric Liver Bitters medicine to be, 10 00 Tampa .1 730 I I

running up and began barking and leap- made me feel like a new man." J. W. -I-- -T-- -. -

fog around,anxious for the moment when Gardner, hardware merchant same 800pm 15pm 10 55am Leave Palatka Arrive 4 OOpm 10 Slam
309 11 35 Arrive Interlachen 309 '
should be turned loose. town "Electric Bitters is the 910 Leave It 25
the prisoner says: just 1015 345 1211pm lIawthorno .1 :131 825 '
"Get out in the street shouted a voice. thing for a man who is all run down and 1100 410 123, '. Rochelle 210 740

"Give that rat a show I"! added a second. ft don't care wheiher he lives or dies; he 1155 4 40 110 .". Gainesville ,0 u 150 660 i
"' tit 1, 1r, found new strength, good appetite and 4 48 lIT Orange Lake .. 129 ;
'Hold on till I git my dog! piped a 540 213" Ocala 123.1
felt just like he had a new lease on life. 715 t 07" Let'sburg I' 10 38am

boy. Only 50c. a bottle, at Dixon & Grey's 8 35 :5 35" Pemberton u., 910 I
"Say.bub, remarked a fat man with Drug Store. 9 ::0 6 30" Drooksville 8 15 i

cane, as he pushed his way into the I / 5 35 "" Tavares Eustld "" 9 8 0.\to I
r
i
"have had much Can't Sleep NightsIs
experience t
you
crowd, l Daily; $ Daily except Sunday only. Trains leaving Jacksonville 8:50&. m. and Palatka
with rats? There's only one way of handling the complaint of thousands suffering 4:00 p. m. are daily between Jacksonville and Palatka. ;,

'em rightly. Let me take the trap." >- from Asthma,Consumption,Cou hs,etc. CONNECTIONS: At Jacksonville with diverging lines north east and west. At Orange City Junction ,
The boy surrendered it with a very bad Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English for Orange City, New Smyrna and Lake Helen. At Jupiter with J. & L. W. By. for Lake Worth. At San '
ford with 0.13. for Oakland. Clearwater and Gulf Coast and Florida
Ry. Tarpon Springs, points with South -
grace, and the fat man handed his caneto Remedy? It is the best preparation Ry for Winter Park Maitland etc. At Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Key West Havana and
some one and held the trap high over "'-.... known for all Lung Troubles. Sold on :Xobile: and for Manatee River points. At Punta Gorda with steamers for Key West Havana, Punta ,
Kassa, St. James City and Fort Myers. Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping care on through fast mail train
and
25c. 50c.
six Romeo What's the Brutus a positive guarantee at by
There ?
the street. were or seven dogs matter, daily between New York and Tampa without change. For information call on or address
door Brutus that down the Dixon & Gray, druggists.Remarkable .
when the spring was opened and Why, man
D.F.JACK, General Manager. G. D. ACKERLY Gen'l Passenger Agt.
the rat didn't like the looks of things. street called that dude a cur, and I'm
Rescue.Mrs. .
He ran down to the door, made a spring mortified to death.-Smith, Gray & Co.'s JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Michael Curtain Plainfield 111.
,
and a twist, and for about two secondswas Monthly.
makes the statement that she caught
seen on top of the trap. Then he Too Much of a Good Thine. cold, which settled on her lungs ; she Clyde B1e; :tr": ship Co.
the fat man's right shoulder.As ,
to
jumped treated for month her
!" was a by family
he did so there was a yell and a fall- "George physician, but grew worse. He told her New York, Charleston & Florida Lines. ;
It wasn't what she said so much as the
jag back of the crowd; the dogs rushed she was a hopeless victim of consumptionand
in which she said it. She took the
way
forward, and next instant dogs, fat man that no medicine could cure her.
word and drew it out until it was a long, I
and rat were all in a heap in the gutter. Her druggist suggested: Dr. King's New
tremulous filament of sweetness. Yet
Discovery for Consumption she boughta
One dog got the rat and the others begana ;
there was a tinge of reproach in her bottle and to her delight found herselt
free light, and as they circled away
tone. benefitted from first dose. She contin-
from the spot the fat man got up, holding "George! She only said it once in ued its use and after taking ten bottles
a ruined silk hat in his hand. He was found herself sound and well now does
reality, but it is customary with story ,
in a hurry to go, but before he could writers to say George twice under these her own house work and is as well as I

leave a boy counted four dog bites on circumstances. she ever was. Free trial bottles of this !
--- -
hk legs and recommended nitric acid and Great Discovery at Dixon & Grey's -.-- -- -- r I
"What is it?
a bot poker. Drug Store. Large bottles 50c. and 1. ---- "---=- ;--.;:- =zs: I
"You have been squeezing my hand
"My cane?" queried the fat man, as he with great regularity and emphasis fO A Duty to Yourself. The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : r '

looked about, but cane'and holder had .u /i'i__ri.,_,i n1:_,- \ .tnuL-l'. ,
some time. It is surprising that people will use a \OLaUUaru 0.1 me.; ; 3
gone. "I know it,"he replied,with the frankness common ordinary pill when they New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.
can
"Rats! shouted three or four of the
that was characteristic of his manly secure a valuable English one for the Pier 29, E. River. STEAMER i i

crowd, followed by a general laugh."Ratsyesumt" tho fat nature. same money. Dr. Acker's English Pills Friday, April 25, at 3 p m .CHEROKEE,.Thursday, :May 1, at 2 p m J

responded "Please don't do it any more," and hoi t are a positive cure for sick headache and Monday, April 28, at 3 p m...... YE IASSEE, ......Sunday, May 4, at .4 a In

man. "There's only one way to handle voice dropped almost to a whisper. all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, Wednesday, April 30. at 3 p m...... SEI1 OLE, ......Tuesay, May 6, at 5 ana \ ;

rats. Sorry I can't" be with you always' "No more?" This sounded like bear1 I easily taken, and do not gripe. For sale Friday, May 2, at 3 p m...... IROQUOIS, ......Thursday, 8, at G n4

but-yes-um!* throbs of anguish (whatever they are), by Dixon & Gray, druggists. Tuesday, "u, at 3 p m..CHEROKEE.Thursda, 11, at 10 amp

And he broke loose and steamed away and his form shook with emotion. "Whj Friday, u 9, at 3 p m...... IASSEE.Thl1rsday, II 15, at 2 m
down the avenue.New York Sun. not?" We Can and Do Tuesday, u 13 at 3 p Dl ......SEIINOLE.Sl1nday, II 18, at 4 ama

"Because" she faltered. Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, Friday, u Iti'.atSpra; ........IROQUOIS,......-Thursday, 22, at 6 ni
Wealth and Position Not AIL for it has been fully demonstrated to the Tuesday, 20, at 3pm ......CHEROKEE,......Sunday, 25, at 9 a ni

"George, dear," said tho fair girl, as "Go-- on""Because- people of this country that it is superiorto Friday, u 23, at 3 p m ......SEMINOLE,......Thursday, 29, at 12 ,noonTuesday

her whole being trembled with the emotion "I'm getting a corn on m> all other preparations for blood dis u 27, at 3 p m ......IROQUOIS,......Sunday, June 1, at 3 p m
little finger. -Washington Post. Friday, 30 at 3 m..CIIEROKEE.Thursday, 5, at G am
,
that surged through her soul, eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic p

"George, dear, I can never be your Law Made Him. poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to ,'
wife. I need not tell the pain this ples. It purifies the whole system and J. A. LESLIE, Supt., Jacksonville; 1. G. EG R. Traffic Manaper: 5 Bowling Green,New York;
you ruins but JOHN F. P. A., Jacksonville.WM. .
Yellowly-Law some men, L.1i01VARD. F. F.A., Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER
decision has cost me, for only the heaven it is a fact that it makes the fortune of thoroughly builds up the constitution.For I'. CLYDE CO.. General Agents, 13 South Whan, Philadelphia ; 5. BoWling
that bends above us can ever know how : sale by Dixon & Gray, druggists. Green, New York.
others. -
much I love you. But it may not be,*
Think ?
Brownly- so
George it may not be!" Y.-Yes. There's Whitely for instance, CHEAPEST FROM MAKEF
MALLORY'S NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINES
The like young one stricken man turned with pale the and palsy trembled of- he never read a line of Coke him.or Blackstone .'qy Manly Manf g CO.
and law has made
yet
. death,and his voice came low and thick: B.-Yes? DALTON, GEORGIA. New York Philadelphia Boston & Florida.
Beatrice sweetheart! I ,
"W-why, -
Y.Yes; he has become old Money
cannot understand this sudden whim. bags' 80n.inIaV.ston Courier. RAILINGS, GATES, Sailing from FERNANDINA, Fla., Every THURSDAY.:

You say you love me; and have I not IRON I POSTS, CRESTINGSJAILS } NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m.

youth, fame, position, and unlimited lIe Had Painted a Picture. ROOFS, STAIRS IRON STEAMERS j

wealth to make you happy?' "I have painted a picture, Chawles."
"Yes, George" said the girl, as she "Indeed,?" TEEL Cast Columns, Rio Grande,

sought to quiet the tumultuous beatingof "Yaas; quite an effort, I assure you, Lintels, Sills, etc Capt. Connor.

her heart. "Yes, George, you have I want to present it to some one."
all these. But a new light has broken in "Give it to Blank." SAW MILLS I IMPROVEMENTS.ALL UTEST State of Texas,

upon me. I havo been blind, but now I "'Vby! he's blind!" Capt Williams.

see. New York had fame, position and "Well, I'd give it to him if I were BEST IN THE City of San Antonio

unlimited scooped in money the World's, but it fair.was" gall that you"Chicago Ledger. T f.lDE. NEW SODTI Capt. Wilder. !j!


George reeled like a drunken man,and The Only Obstacle. for Pictures anc Passengers from Titusville, Indian River. and East Coast poii ts, arriving in Jacksonville from J.,T,

falling heavily against the wall he jarred McFingle-I hear you are head over 1vRv ITE Prices or anythin &advertised.The K. W. Railway. make connection with morning and afternoon trains for Fernaudiua and Steamers as

down seven square yards of plastering.New .- heels in love with Miss Pert.
you need in 4:15 p. m. train from Jacksonville connects with steamer: at Fernandina. ,
York World.It McFangle Yes, I must confess it. If
I'd her METAL, we can send It promptly.Be Leave New York. STEAMERS. II Leave Fernandina.
it were not for one thing marry ,

All lJf'M'fldf'd. sure you mention this paper. Friday, May 30,...........................RIO GRANDE,....................Thursday, June &
Landlady (to applicant for a room)- too."What's that?' Friday, June 6,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,...............-Thursday, 12

Now here's a room I think you would "She don't care a rap forme!"--Law Friday, 13.......................... RIO GRANDE.....................Thursday, 1U

like. It's warm as toast. American. PIPIPI I IIs Friday, 20,.......................STATE OF TEXAS.Thursday, 26

Applicant-Is the room warm or cold? rence Friday, 27,..................... ......RIO GRANDE..................Thursday, July 3

Landlady-Didn't I tell it was Now. Friday, July 4,........................STATE OF TEXAS.Thursday, 10
you downIn Friday, 11,.................. .......RIO GRANDE,..................Thursday, Ie. 17
warm as toast? The sun goes up world the sun forever goes recommended by physicians because they see its Friday, 18,........................STATE OF TEXAS.Thursday, :!4
this ;
Applicant-It depends on the toast. If The tides great rise high the tides sink low healthy effects all around them.A Friday, 25,.......................... RIO GRANDE, ................. Thursday, 31
you mean boarding house toast it must be height constant never. leading physician in New York and director of For General'iuforrnation apply to :
a mighty cold room.-New York World. To one 'mid busy men, one of the large hospitals, says! Feb. 8th, 1890, be J. )L CUTLER, Gen. Pass. Agent, 77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.
But now begins has made use of the P. P. P. sent him, and was G. M. HUBBY Agent,foot of Centre street, Fernandina, Fla.
'Mid faction's struggling war, pleased to ray P. P. P. proved efficacious in a number .
The question of the baseball crank: of cases, and adds. it is no more than he should C. H. MALLORY &: CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y.
"Who won?"and "What's the soorer'Philadelphia have anticipated from the satisfactory combinationof

That an Idea Times. such well-known drugs.A : Egyptian Queen, Ripley, Black &: White Antigua .&: other fancy Pine Slips &: Suckers.
of Savannah
prominent railway superintendent
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# Collecting for Himself. (name given on application) says he was crippledby Hunan's Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early.
/ a disease! in legs and arms, powerless to walk or
Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
Impy What are you doing now? eat without assistance,having lost the use of his
Bill collecting. limbs by rheumatism, malaria, dyspepsia etc. INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.
Harduppe- Physicians here sent him to New York and they Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton J seed Meal, etc., and Mapes and
'f "You?" returned him here, and he was as complete a wreckas Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for
]line of
A full catalogue.
Fertilizers.
Davidge's
r collection here. one could re and lireA course of P. p. P. has
"Yes; I've four got hundred a great from all my cred made him a well man. JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.
Three or P. P. P. is known among physicians the South
itors.-Lawrence American. for its various and wonderful cures as the great
blood purifier of the age.
tr"
Revised Version. FINE SHOW CASES

married into the +I IT tJ '
Widower (who has Blood Poison a 't&T
family twice already)-Clara, dear, will Low=ST: 'I ICE.e3.-:

you be my wife? Also Wall and Prescription cases,Cedar

Clara(wearily)-1 suppose so,William. Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays
sister to you.-Chi. Primary Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, old of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and
I am tired of being a sores, pimples, blotches scrofula, blood and mer- and Stools. Cabinet Work
.V. cago Tribune. curial poison and skin diseases are eradicated by Banka Catalogue free Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta, 6a.

...... .;... the use of P. P. P. Hosts of certificates are in
office to show the cures in these diseases where all
Wife-I think you might carry some- Very Much So. other medicines have failed.Rheumatism. PIONEER COOPERAGE
& Co.
thing. Mrs. Cumso-Here's an account of a A. M. Hamilton ,

Husband-My dear forget I am couple who walked fifty miles to a min
you TITUSVILLE FLORIDA Syrup Barrels $2.25. .
carrring the umbrella.-Once a JVeek. ister to get married. ,
Cumso-Now that was a roam antic Wholesale Dealers in Gauged to order, ten cents extra.

Yenowine's News.
Almost. wedding. Inflamatory, gout, sciatic and its kindred diseases Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
I kiwed bar(almost) as we said with its excruciating pain. are cured by the Indian 1 River Oysters
"Good-fa?"in the ball that nltfit At the Hotel. wonderful blood cleansing properties of P. P.. P. C. O. B.
I kissed her Calnxwt), on,faint heart Traveler (sitting up In bed, watch in (Prickly Ash,Poke Boot and Potassium.)

o, There waaat a soul in sightI hand-Six o'clock, and nobody comes to Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers

dared to. (almost) dared to kiss waken me. I shall bo sure to miss the FISH from 82.00 up.

That little upturned face; train.-France Mode.A Catarrh Tanksand
I dared to, (almost) dared to fold .

i My lore in*fond embrace. SnffC*.tlon. GreenTurtle and 'Gaie.All all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.

The charm to me, collaris Originates in scrofulous taint P.P.P. purifies the
1- of the moment returns St. Louis ball-This
the
He (at blood and this prevents catarrh. T. JOHNSON, .
As back to that time look; uncomfortable.She LIPPMAN DROS., orders will receive prompt and careful at. ;
*feel the clasp of that little hand so Cloth Sole proprietors ofP. P. P. tention,whether by telegraph, Florida.THE .
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And the kiss that I (almost) took. -Why don't you try linen Lippman' Block.Savannah, Ga. letter or person. 17 LaGrange : :

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MELBOURNE MENTION.NEWS delayed him from keeping his appoint- SHOES I SHOES SHOES !
ments. We hear he goes from here to OYAfW.1

the far Northwest to pursue his labors in

OF THE VICINITY PAST WEEK IN THAT that field. His many friends here part WUCNTrALeaN AT C9T

with him with sorrow and heartily recommend VF .al

him to those with whom he
Placed In Pointed Paragraph for the Keader Having purchased the Entire Stock of the "City Shoe Store" from Mr. Titus, we
may have business relations, or form acquaintance Drive in Shoes
Perusal. will make a Special for the next few days, as we are
in his newly sought home. overcrowded and have no room for them.
Dr. Holmes, of City Point, called at

Melbourne time. last Wednesday for a short LACRANCE.. That Entire Stock Will Be Sold at First Cost

The strawberries sent us by neighbor Mr. Enoch Hall was in town a day or

Gibbs were delicious, his plants look two last week. AKI $ Until June 10th.

better than ever and are full of blossoms Miss Maggie Martin, of Titusville, was

out for a few days visit to her cousin

still.At a special meeting of the Board of Mrs. W. Wolf. POWDER J. P. TUR.. ER. db CO.,

Aldermen, Saturday, the time for final Mrs. Brady is again at home, after

settlement of the Collector was extendedone quite a lengthy visit to her son Mr. E. Absolutely Pure.A "THE BAZAAR"GEORGE

month. L. Brady, of Titusville.Mr. cream of tartar baking powder. Highest -
,
of all in leavening strength.-U. S.
The Carleton groye lias many trees F. A. Chappell has ploughed out Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.

that are now white with bloom, and the the Ive's grove, it looks fine, and will M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GHAHAM':

few remaining oranges are if anything soon show no sign of the cold. T. D. GIBBENS, Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law.

better than before and solid with juice. We are pleased to notice that Titus- MANUFACTURERS' AGENT B.OBBINS c3 G-a.A.aA: : : lVi:,

Mr. C. J. Hector took his usual ship- ville has decided to celebrate the Fourth; REAL ESTATE DEALERS,

load of groceries to Eau Gallie and we send our best wishes for a grand time. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., SILL KINDS OF PROPEUTY 1IOUUI1T, SOLD *V EXCH.IXGED.:

, Tropic, on Wednesday, notwithstandingthe Anyone wishing: to see a handsome, Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufac Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,

heavy rain, and another lot Saturday, well kept grove and flower garden, should turers' Prices, 1*. O. Box, 25O,
for Malabar. visit Andrew Froescher; they will be
Lard Canned Meats Flour TITUSVILLE, BHEVAHD CO. FLORIDA.We .
,
The Turkey creek grove had a good more than repaid for their trouble and ,
Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list 0 f
crop set and now the trees are full of time.Most GRITS AND MEAL. carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.

blossoms again, where fertilizers were of our citizens are very busy Correspondence Solicited. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property -

applied in February the trees are one' planting sweet potatoes. The rains we INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. Our on facilities Indian River.for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are uncqualUtl,
mass of bloom. are having in such profusion has made and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who

Miss Grace Ely has so far recovered the ground just right, as a gentleman may favor us with their patronage.
Titusville Xo listed unless the Title is Perfect.
Florida. Properties
from her illness that she has gone to remarked who expects to plant largely.Mr. ,
Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-
spend a few days with her friends Mrs. Geo. D. Rosser, of Selma, Ala.,who Authorized priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
and Miss Cummings to enjoy the invigorating has been with us for about a month visit- Capital, $100,000,
air of Melbourne Beach. Paid-up Capital, $25,000. GEORGE. ROBBINS, IJresident.P.LTEH S. GRAHAM. SvcretaryT"lOiroTT
ing his sister-in-law. W. N. Hendry,
The beach hens have begun to lay; expect to leave in a short time; he ex- A GENERAL BANKING SACTED.BUSINESS TRAN- rca. u9Lfc> tract oT: Tltlo Co.,

last Monday M. G. Ellis and Willie Ely presses himself highly pleased with our JAMES PRITCIIAKD President, Incorporated A. D. 1889.

were over to the beach for a short time country. W. B. BARXETT, Vice-President, CAPITAL STOCK, $ ,ooo ; FULLY10 ; XOX-ASSESSAULC.

and brought back a bushel of nice (for Several of the young men of the neigh- 'rI.1.. BROWN, Cashier. Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each ad-

those that like them) fresh eggs. borhood had quite an exciting chase Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar- dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz.,$3.00
nett, J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.
Who says we are out of the world here Saturday night after a wild-cat, We ,V'. M. Brown. Taxes Paid for Xoii-Rcsldcntg.
-last Fall our stores had Egyptian onions I could hear the hunter's horn, the bark
I favor rFor a Small Fee will relieve non-resident land of the and
we
Every consistent with ConservativeCorrespondents owners worry
stock this Lockwood of the and several shots fired butas
in summer, dogs, incident
annoyance to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss: by Tax
Brothers have Bermuda onions, and Mr. yet have failed to see anything of the Ball lll[ egiellded. Sale." 1:

Branch has white potatoes from Scot game. : Seaboard Xat'l Bank.of Box 250, Titusville, Fla.

land. Winter squash are in market. There will be a very large amount of New York ; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville.'

We are pained to hear that our Hon- land planted out in egg-plants; everything = m YOUJT3FS. C .AN"CE 2
seems to just suit them in this L: -f
oraUe Mayor, Mr. R. W. Andrews, has vicinity, and as their market value is --. C'N Q::;::) 0-:::: We begin this week and will Slash Prices and convert Goods into Cash. We

been ill for the last week, we missed himon high, it is thought they will help very .---- _e-0''oJ .C .:--s wf intend making improvements in our place and

the Street, but thought the rainy much, in a pecuniary way, to make up ;;;;--c -: MUST REDUCE STOCK.This
for the short == : : "d 1Q > S Alsl .
weather was responsible."Y'e hope he orange croitiIt .
% to.0 0 oCD Sale cannot fail to interest anyone who should wish anything in our line-
will soon be restored to good health. is most gratifying to our superin- "'
t'W' notice in the Florida Dispatch that dent, teachers, and all interested in Sun- .1 L, :O:: --gs: For the Next Thirty Days We Will Offer Our Entire Stock
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day school work, to see the large numberout c P-t c:::> -- ;..0.;
Senator Call wishes to send as many last Sunday afternoon. The hour has : .;; &w COST
'"d p .A.T !
copies as he can of the last Horticultural been changed to 3 o'clock. The house -.... ;::. "d, t "'::
reports to the Farmers Alliance and will hold many more, and we extend a CD- -0- -0 == -:;)0- I Call and be Convinced that We are Offering Genuine
cordial invitation to all to and .- 0 c:::> .- ,
fruit growers in the State. Some of these come. ...,-" r... 0 -s r'__ .n r.. H Bargains.GOLDSMITH.
join us in the good work.
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reports are very interesting and valu- ; ;.. BROS.LOOK
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COCOA. CD .-:" rIl
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Jas. T. Sanders the
prosecuting ; .
Mr. J. M. Sanders was in Titusville the IFic --s: V oC -
attorney of Brevard county, gave us a first of the week. r-rJJ C'os: LOOK !
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pleasant call on Wednesday last, on his to.. Q;)
Messrs. Miot Freeman and
Blythe, of -0 \iw Q;) v G
return from a trip to Jupiter and Lake Indianola, were in town Monday. ._ "" CI':1 .::

Worth. The narrative of his experiences Mrs John Roberts, sister of Mrs. D. R. _cd 0<:) -r-t..'-.z:;:;: A ;:::::;= And See but Come and Be Convinced
:
was interesting, but from all such Johnson, is in Cocoa, visiting friends. p.-.b-E rJJ<:> ,
"Good Lord deliver 0 c:::> ;.::
us. Mrs. H. McGinnis, who has been ,.:: ; ==:; 'J
A number of gentlemen from this quite ill for some time is now better. L =---- o r l-1 0 c:.... w gs: -r... GARDNER & SONAre

. place went over to the sea shore one Rev. B. F. Brown held service in St.Iark'8 cd rI = o == h
evening and succeeded in turning a large :\ Episcopal church last Sunday. .;:: U2 es:::: rJJ car c:: selling more goods and better goods than any house in Town. Can offer
Bargains in
turtle, weighing about 300 pounds, and Mr. A. S. Magruder passed throughtown .3= a) 1 004..8 !

unearthed about 1,000 eggs. Messrs. Monday, on his way to Sanford. ri1 C'- N C'U --4 w _== g.V <:.(>, Misses' Hats. Gents' Fine Neck-wear Specialty.
Alexander and to CD es::::
Holding manage get lIrs.1. J. Thomas and son returned .-.0. .. Q) = O..c itv
on to all such little rackets; one day an from their visit to City Point, Monday.Mr. <-::1:> _. +.joooo! 8 Constantly adding to our Stock Ribbons, Laces and Dress Goods. New Goodsin

8 ft., 'gator, next a big bass. thEn a turtle 0. K. Wood and Mr. Johns returned -. c:.,:) ; 0 -Q- ::: r yO S. .latest modes triweekly.A .
from their Q.4 es'oH :: ..
and barrel of Sunday morning trip r.
a eggs. down the river. ;::- joooo I C'=: I'V es:::: 0 00:s Full Line Cooks' and Waiters' Jackets Aprons Caps Vests.
Ai last we have rain, a good old-fash c. o ,
Mrs. A. W. Hardee returned last week
ioned soaker. During Wednesday after- from Atlanta Ga. where she
went to EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.
noon and night, and Thursday, it rained nurse her son, Mr Bob Hardee.Mr. .

almost incessantly, with some very heavy G.1.. Magruder, of Oak Hill, STXLIrqG db .JE<. A"" Seer11- --. 0 B., .
showers that must have wet the groundto passed through town Saturday, to spend
a good depth. If the rains have been i Sunday with his parents at Hockledge.Ir. Cocoa, Indian River, Florida..
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as heavy west of us, the hunters will be A. F. Lapham and family, and DEALERS IN
able to get into the marsh, and we will Mrs. Baldwin and family, expect to start!
loads of hides for Daytona this week, on board Mr. T
soon see 'gator comingin
Wallace's$ house-boat, the 'Solid Vom-
from the prairies. fort. They will be gone about a month. Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware

George ".. Durrance, of St. Johns We wish them a very pleasant time.

county, was in town last week, and took ,

the road through the Hunter settlement, JACKSONVILLE MARBLE GO.o ., -

looking for a good location for his own, 'Dealers inMonuments AND AGATEWARE.Paints .

and several other families, who wish to
Oils Glass and Putty, .
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locate where there is good range for m =::=:. TABLE and POCKET CUTLERYPlumbers'

cattle, as they have a large number of Headstone, ,
cattle and hogs. Mr. Durrance will go == Iron Fencing, and Mill

a* far as Sebastian through the back w = DOW Lawn Furniture BARBED WIRE
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Supplies,
country to select the most desirable spot. L < Marble, WIRE HErrING
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truck whose Granite, Slate, ,
The -growers crops were on
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land that withstood the drought wear 0.so g Onyx. Doors Sash Blinds
and WIRE CLOTH.
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the broadest smiles over their returns. O Building Stone,

Beans are done for by the Georgia and : Wire Fencing,
Carolina tomatoes still BRICK LIME CEMENT G-u.n.s:
South crops, are Slate Mantels, ,
high. Fred Prangs last shipment heard Iron:Mantels.

from, was 11 crates, sold for $66. Fred Orates. SHINGLES and LATH. AMMUNITION,

has cleared over $800 this winter on a 1 rJ1.r .. FISIIIXG TACKLE.

small piece of land, on beats and toma- .. ,... >- In ,
toes principally. The Smith brothers : >\ot:::.M... 11 J 1 I I >4. S'ip: Ch.an.dleryGOOds: ,
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have done about as well, and Mr. W. H. >-0 J I.\... : < Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com-

Adams is still bringing in squash, green :.. I")00' >" ::.......... LU J.1 J 1 .?.... .30.0 pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.
corn, celery, etc. -.. >-. >,.- .. II ] I 1 >0'Ja
F 19 Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets.
Rev. A. B. Dilley delivered his fare-
And all kind cf Tiling, Hearths Wire Mats, and I ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITY.
well sermon on Sunday evening. Mr. in fact anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind o.t \
Dilley for several has acted as Stone. cards and size lists sent free solicited antI
years Send for Catalogne. at the same time stating the! Catalogues, sample upon application. Correspondence
Congregational Missionary on the river style of goods yon are in need' of. aa we lave differ. estimates furnished promptly.:
cut Catalogues in the different branches of on .
and Lake Worth, and has made hosts of buinei 2:!5
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friends. Wind nor weather has ever 23 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla. STILING & TAYLOR.

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