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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 19, 1890
Frequency: weekly
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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 19, 1890. NO. 9.



LOCAL LACONICS. -Mr. Ed. Miller returned, last night, -Dr. M. B. Sams, of Courtney, was in -Saturday is the longest day in the WE'LL CELEBRATE ,

, from his trip to Jupiter.The town yesterday on his way north. year.

I THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. Sunday passenger train between -Incubator for sale ; in use for one -Mr. R. P. Blatch, of Eau Gallie, is PROCRAMMEFORJULYFOURT .

here and Sanford has been taken off. year only. Price, $30.00. William R. in town to-day.

.Current Event. of Our Town and Suburbs -No one bores better or cheaper artes Campbell, :Melbourne. -Mrs. Henry Titus returned from her Cheap Steamer and Railroad Excursion
Rates and a Programme that wIn Interest -
Briefly Epitomised. ian wells than F. P. Hall, of Georgiana. -Dry goods, pretty things in dress trip to Jacksonville last night. All.

-Mr. Jas. :Mitchell, of Mims,gave our Write him for prices. goods, embroidered dresses, lawns, per -Rev. A. D. Cohen will preach at the The committee, appointed at the meet-

.office a call Saturday last. Engineer Fitzgerald started for a cales, etc. Shoes in all styles. Gardner Court House, Sunday, at 11 a. m. and ing held last Friday morning to arrange

-Scow for sale, in good order; length, few days' trip this morning, going by & Son.For 7:30 p. m. t and publish a programme for a Fourthof

23ft. Price, $30.00. William R. Campbell way of the St. Johns river and returning sale, a full-blooded Jersey bull, -Mr. Conrad, of DeLand, connectedwith July celebration, held a meeting Monday -

Melbourne. from Jacksonville by train. two years and a half old. Can be bought the Bond Lumber Co., started down and adopted the following pro-

Money I Money 11 Money III to -M. B. Bunnell, brick-layer and cheap. Inquire of Jos. Paxton, Rock-' the river this morning with Mr. L. C. gramme:

loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & plasterer, is prepared to take contracts ledge, Fla. Oliver. Base ball-to commence at 9 o'clocka.

Graham, Titusville, Fla. anywhere on Indian River. Address -Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Faber, Mrs. A. -We will receive, in about ten days, m., between the fat and lean nines of

-Mr. E. C. Thomas is still at the lum all communications to Titusville, Flori Faber, Miss Minnie Joyner and Mr.John another large shipment clothing. Fine Titusville. The fat men to be dressed in

ber business for Mr. Oliver and will, da. 29 Joyner, of City Point, were in town the suits and odd pants a specialty. Gardner Mother Hubbards under the captaincyof

probably, retain his position.Rev. -Gardner & Son. New goods, new first part of the week. & Son. Capt. W. B. Watson ; the leans to

B. F. Brown will hold servicesat goods. We are receiving, tri-weekly, as -Mr. W. A. Ronald, of Brantley, -Mrs. H. W. Clark and Mrs. R. D. wear tights, Mr. Ed. L. Brady, captain.The .

St. Gabriel's Episcopal church Sunday fast as they appear in New York, the was stopping at the Indian River Hotel Knight and eight children, of Jacksonville game will be played in front of the

next-morning at 11, and evening at latest styles in gent's neckwear and fur- from Thursday until Monday. He came were registered at the Grand View Grand VIew.lr.. S. H. Ray, chairmanof
nishings. to to his at Sunbeam and to the committee having the work in
7:30 o'clock. I up see place last Friday. They are on a visit to Mrs.

-Superintendent Watson, who has attend to other things.Mr. Bullock of City Point.It charge. r
-Rev. J. F. O'Boyle was to hold service -
at Masonic Hall on Sunday last,but been on a trip to Jupiter, returned the A. II. Adams arrived at the In- is anticipated that the Bishop of Shooting match-at 10 o'clock for cash
end of last week he dian River Hotel Tuesday evening and prizes amounting to $20.00; probably a
,in consequence of an important telegramhe saying was very Florida will request the Rev. E. L. rifle and ball
much surprised at the absence of I started for Melbourne yesterday to take glass contest; further particulars -
mosquitoes Turquand, of Enterprise, to hold service
was compelled to leave for Fort later.
This affair
Pierce Friday morning. at the above place. the place of Mail Agent J. P. Bennett on twice a month at St. Gabriel's Episcopal will be in
charge of Mr. W. M. Brown. *
-Mr. Thomas and wife, of Barber- the lower river, who is going to Jackson church, at this place, during August and
-Pulpits will be exchanged, Sunday, 'Tigs in the Clover.-A new and
ville, arrived here Monday evening, and ville on a fortnight's vacation.Mr. September, while the Rev. B. F. Brownis
between the Revs. Jas. Bolton and J. N. novel entertainment, at 11 o'clock. A
will spend a week with Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Decker started for absent.
Jones. Mr. Bolton will preach at Mims I $5.00 prize to the person corraling the
M. D. L. Dodson, Mrs. Thomas' parents. Tennessee last Thursday morning, wherehe -Sir. M. E. Hall, of Seville, arrived
and LaGrange, while Mr. Jones will officiate pigs. Mr. W.P.Lawshe will have charge
: at the Methodist church at Cocoa. They expect to visit the ocean beachere will spend several months. During here last Saturday on his way to Fort of tli. .
__ thev n__ _return______ home__ the past season lift has had about nil the__._ Pierce, where he thinks seriously of -- ---
Boy's Boat Race-at 12 o'clock. Rules
-Mr. Henry Titus will an ice
open -In to the miscel- work contracted for in this vicinity that opening a general merchandise store. He
answer inquiries, similar to race held last 15.00
saloon and soda water and year.
candy
cream he cared attend to and this will prob-
to
laneous entertainment which to havebeen ; returned here last night to confer with
was cash in prizes. Under the charge of J.
stand, in the building on Washingtonavenue
given on the 4th of July, under the ably be his vacation. Mr. Rumph about purchasing his new P. Turner.
just north of his former shoe
. management of Messrs. G. W. Morton, -Mrs. W. S. Graham and Master ly-erected store at Fort Pierce. Regatta-at 2 o'clock m. Prizes
store. He expects to be ready on the p. ,
Fourtb J. W. Huntington and C. H. Walton, Johnnie, started yesterday morning for -Members of the Fat and Lean Men's rules, etc., to be found in another column.

has been postponed.The Philadelphia where they will stay for Nines will please meet promptly at 8:30 Messrs. E. B. Wager, J. P. Turner and
-Married, Monday evening, at the about four months. Dr. Graham has
Messrs. LaRoche Bros., of o'clock on the morning of the 4th Julyat Geo. W. Morton, committee.
residence of the bride, at Cocoa, Mr. I consequently come into the ranks of the the old ice there to
building
Courtney, were in town Tuesday and yes- factory Tug-of-War 3 o'clock. A chancefor
Marcus Gould to Mrs. Laura E. Willard
Titusville Summer Stag party to while don their costumes and march the
terday. They came up for the purposeof on the giants to test their strength col-
Rev. Jas. Bolton the marri-
performing seeing their aunt-Miss E. E. Sams away the time as best he can. grounds, headed by the brass band. By lectively. A cash prize. Mr. W. M. '
The best wishes of the
age ceremony. off to her home at Beaufort, S. C., for -Mr. George G. Gleason, of Eau |, order, Captains W. B. Watson and E.L. I Brown will have charge of the war.
STAR go with the happy couple. which place she departed on yesterday's Gallie, accompanied by his 'mother and i. Brady. Arrangements are* being perfected

-The Postoffice Department having train. Mrs. Knapp, came up on Tuesday even- -The young misses of Band of Hope whereby cheap excursion rates willl be

.allowed a pro rata rate for receiving and -Messrs. T. J. Eaton & Co. have rent ing's steamer. Mrs. Gleason and Mrs. Senior Class of St. Gabriel's Sunday given from all points on the Riyer and

delivering the mails at Sharpe's landing, ed the building on Main street formerlyused Knapp left here, yesterday, for Jacksonville School will serve ice cream and cake on Railroad. Brass and String Bands will

the Indian River Steamboat Companl'ssteamer by Messrs. Huckabay & Budge, on their way to Marathon, N. Y., Friday afternoon (to-morrow) in the be in attendance, and in the evening the t '

St. Augustine, commenced the from Captain Jas. Pritchard, and will and Mr. Gleason returned home to-day. I Titus building, Washington avenue, the celebration will close with a Grand
delivery of same Monday morning.The Dance at the Masonic hall.
will be added their new
proceeds of which to
shortly open a saloon in the same, they -Through the efforts of Mr. W. P. :
steamer St. Augustine was well nearly-acquired sum for the class win
having secured a petition with the requisite Lawshe, the railroad'company hauled THE RECATTA.
loaded with freight Friday last. She number of names. eleven carloads of sand last Friday to dow.
brought 371 crates of pineapples and To be Sailed at Tltntvllle Over the Usual
up
-Mr. J. W. Huntington made his grade Washington avenue from Main -Dr. E. S. Wiley fortunately took a
-30 other packages. This shows that our usual trip into town late Saturday street to the depot. Under the supervision "stitch in time" on the roof of the Grand Course on the Fourth; Open to all Yachts.

pineapple growers on Indian River are night, returning to Aurantia early Mon- of the Marshal the sand was distributed View, Monday, by having the ends of -Lake Worth, Ilallfax.Augustine and
not idle during this dull season of the the mule and the tin refastened by a batten securely Elsewhere.
day morning. He says his house is well Tuesday, by
jear. under way, and he hopes.ere long to be dump cart owned by the town. nailed around the edge of the roof. The The entries for the race will be openin

-Mr. E. L Field"has been in town able to remove some of his furniture -Sheriff Bowman returned from his ends of the tin, where tacked down, had two,classes. All boats measuring 20

for a few days. He came up for some of from his place at Enterprise into it. trip to Middle Florida last Wednesday. corroded, so the tacks did not hold securely feet and upward will constitute the First
the "needful" to pay his men ; and said and a very heavy wind would class; those under 20 feet, the Second
-Superintendent W. B. Watson has While in that section he saw the notorious
up
the dredge boats were doing such excel likely have blown it off. class. The rule for measurement to be
just purchased a new type-writer, and Peter Reddick, who told him
lent work that he expected to leave the -Mr. Sam Happersett was in town -water line added to length over all and
early yesterday morning he was observed where to find another of his secreted
lower river in two or three weeks and last Friday to attend to packing up some divided by two-which gives half the
wending his way to the office with his stolen watches. As soon as the Sheriff
commence dredging at the Haulover. household effects that he had left here. overhang to counter stern boats.
machine and a happy-looking smile on arrived home he visited Cocoa and
and wife arrived He is still with Messrs. Dreka & Co., of The time allowance will be computed
-Mr. G. Reynolds his countenance. No doubt he was found the watch where Peter had told
DeLand. Mrs. Happersett stopped with according to the Herreshoff table, which
here from Lake Worth, on steamer St.. thinking of the many hours of labor the him it was. It is thought that Peter has
their him at DeLand for a while, but was has been used on Indian river for many
Lucie, Sunday: morning, on way type-writer would save him. more secreted treasures somewhere on
Greenwich ,R. I. They compelled to return to Orlando oy account years.
home to East Indian River.
and -At the meeting of the Town Council of her health, where she is now The prizes in the First class will be
ex
started for Jacksonville Monday,
held last Friday morning to considerthe -Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown and, stopping with her mother. $75.00 for the best corrected time; $30.00
for while at Washingtorand
to a
pect stay
others route to East Green. stock ordinance, no action was taken,I baby daughter, and Miss Louise Jones,t -Mrs. C. C. Coffee, a sister of our for the next best.

wich. en the_ _majority, of. the Council.... being in I started last Saturday morning for Sanford -. popular train conductor.- -f Mr. Frank: In the Second class, $50.00 for the best
doubt about tile petition presented, where they boarded the steamer St. Villeret, arrived at the Indian River corrected time; and $20.00 for the next
-Mr. O. B. Collins,a lawyer practicingin number of citizens had
as quite a our Sebastian as far as Jacksonville. There Hotel, from Jacksonville, Monday even best.
Birmingham, Alabama, who has been by some way, signed both petitions, Mrs. Brown and baby and Miss Jones ing. It is her first visit here since her Entrance fee in First class, $7.50; Sec-

staying at Indian River Hotel for a few consequently the matter was laid over took passage on the Iroq uoisf, the Clyde marriage. She is looking anything but ond class, $5.00. There must be four

days, returned home Tuesday morning. for consideration at the next meeting.Mrs. Line, Sunday, for New York, to spend well in health ; but a few weeks inhalingof entries in each class.

,He came here to look after land left by John D. Lucas, who has been several months in the north. Mr. Brown the health-giving ozone from Indian All boats must be entered by the 3rd

the late Dr. Moore, of which he is one of stopping with her son at Eden for some returned home Tuesday evening, but will River and the Atlantic Ocean will soon of July, 8 o'clock p. m. This is impera

the heirs. He expects to return here months past, left here to-day for Savannah follow on to New Hartford, Conn., ina brace up her nerves and give tone to her tive. All entries must be accompaniedby

again next winter, when he will take a from which place she will take the short time. Miss Jones formed many the entrance fee, and should be madeto

trip to Jupiter.Mr. Ocean Steamship Co.'s steamer for New friends during her stay here, who will be system.While the party who went down as I Mr. Geo. W. Morten, Titusville.

W. Howland had a narrow escape York, where she has a daughter whom glad to welcome her here again another far as Rockledge, Friday morning, in the Measurements will be made the morningof

from serious injury on Friday night she intends visiting for a short time. She season. sloop Mutual Life, were returning beforea the Fourth at 8 o'clock.

last. While returning from Melbourneto will then leave for her home at Baltimore -An exciting scene occurred in Titus heavy southwest squall, last Saturday, JUDGESJ.

Titusville be fell through the hatch Md. Mrs. Lucas is delighted with I ville on Sunday. While Sergeant Her the: mast was carried away nearly opposite H. Hogan, J. H. McLean, J. II Sams.

way of the Steamer St. Augustine, injur- Eden, and thinks there is no place likeit. sey was busily engaged attending to his Addison Point. The wind blew Canaveral, Daytona, Courtney,

ing his arm, fingers and leg. Being very weather reports news was brought to hand with such force that the boat's bow was MEASURER,

dark he did not notice the hatchway was -Mr. and Mrs. McCormick and son, that his bear had escaped, and that Mrs. almost forced under water. She was :McFadden.. Melbourne,

uncovered. He has nearly recoved from Master Will McCormick, arrived at the Hersey was trying to prevent it getting brought into Titusville, about eight TIME-KEEPER,

j the effects of the mishap. Indian Riyer Hotel, last night, from into the scrub. He was soon on the spot o'clock p. m., under the jib alone, man- S. D. Geiger, Titusville. .

p j -Miss Willie :Slay, of Rockledge, their place at Lake Worth, and started where Bruin was found, in a very ex- ned by two of the crew, the other thinking TIME CALCULATOR,

came up on Saturday's steamer with the for Jacksonville this morning, on their cited state, surrounded by a crowd in a it the safest plan to return from H. W Bessey, Waveland.The .
at Courtney, where Adirondack Mountains N. Courtney by steamer. A larger mast
t intention of landing way to the similar condition, who were attemptinghis regatta will be sailed under the
: fche is to teach school, but in consequenceof Y. Mrs. McCormick likes it immensely capture in vain. Mr. Hersey now will be substituted in place of the rules of the Boston Yacht Club with the

the boisterous state of the weather she on the Lake, and Master Will said he made a dash for the bear, who was mak- broken one. exception that shifting ballast will be

could not land, so came on to Titusville.She preferred staying there all the summer. ing off for his native wilds, and managedto -Mr. Rod Grover, who is in the em- allowed. All ballast in the boat at

started for her destination Monday They expect to return here on the 7th seize the chain with which he had ploy of the railroad company, was quite measurement race. In must the race be each retained boat will duringthe be

morning, having been the guest of Mrs. or 8th of October. been kept in durance vile ; but Mr. Bear severely bruised last Friday night while numbered according to the start by a

Pritchard while In town. Board of County Commissionersmet clung to a tree like grim death, and in coupling some fiat cars at this place. large figure on the peak of the main sail,

a- -Mr. Geo. 'V. Hadyen, who has been The Monday, and placed on record the so doing undid the patent clasp that The accident occurred by the couplingbar both side, so the judges can readily tell

in this section for the past three months,,, boundaries, and numbers of the voting held chain and collar together. The of one car slipping past the couplingbar each boat.

started for Eau Gallie yesterday, wherehe and named the different voting bear was now free once more, but our of the other car, thus catchingGrover The Indian River Country. .4

will stay for a few days. Mr. Hayden -. precincts or stalls under the new law for Signal Service officer, like one of the between the two cars on the left Third edition (revised) of the Brevard

is down here on behalf of the government places audited a rebate warrant "bold six hundred" made a sudden dash shoulder. Very luckily the engineer County (Florida) Pamphlet 'for 1890
4 after overflowed lands each precinct; taxes for him, and by a superhuman effort, chanced to stop the engine just as the now ready.Description.
looking C. Gardner for 18.38 on ;
A. of Indian River country
to ;
Gallie of! caught him. Had the cars come together
j marched this "denizen cars
Eau and
He don't expect to go below Commissioner, captured and 'settlements 76
paid C. E.Chaffee,County its climate, health ;
returning tc> Florida forest" back to his home at with a jolt as is usually the case,,
on this trip, as he intends t fetr- $28.70 and adjourned until first the pages, with maps. Free to applicants
his home in Illinois in about a week in July 1890. The boundaries, Capt. Paddison's late residence. W'itbthe l he would probably, have been killed. enclosing a two cent stamp.A. .
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but will make another visit to Indial1| ';! Monday will in exception of a few scratches Mr. As it was he only had to lay off duty for L. HATCH,
of voting precincts appear
Point Fla.
etc., 50-3mo City ,
three four
River in November to complete his suevey next. Hersey was uninjured. or : l'

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of how the tinan&georx&e, piaygrotman I I of wages,a change wmcn was not effected Dr. J. H :McLean's Chills and Fever advisaoothtmiMiaBiiIIn-.rehonldal.a8
out of order and the email infaata.wettheir without a fierce-struggle She is also 3irr.W>+r
Cure 18 gentle in action, and warranted a 'be used wben ldzaa
:",j, boots by persistently playing in the an ardent supporter of free schools and certain'cure. 50 cents a bottle. Uneat.heUUlelderentonee aN cutting;ptodnce.nataral teeth. 1&re..

pools of, water which are left'by-every free meals. quiet aleepaad the little cherub awaYesu''bricb
TELLS OF HER LIFE AS MEMBER as a wuUou.It
ts
SHE shower of rain. Many of these little As for myself, I have so far abstained, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, that.Tired 1 soothes the ehlTdeofkn.thegutyalk7saU very pleasant taste 1t

OF LONDON'S SCHOCL BOARD. grievances, which, if they had to pass intentionally,from taking up any special Feeling, Faintness, Dyspepsia, Blood Dis- reguJ the bowet.,sndisthehestkao.nremedrother pain
It 'seems to orders; Eczema;Blotches, Pimples, Sallow for eaahieee., Twenty arisrn* from or
action 'as
.. through the various channels of official line of a woman. flve cents: a bottle
Skin'and most diseases result from an im-
Sbe Enjoy It Thoroughly, She Say*-IUDalles red tape might take several weeks to me far more important that women condition of the Blood. Purify it .

Are T ry Exacting and Leave rectify, can be settled at once by an order should learn to take their full and equal with pure Dewitt's Sarsaparilla. We sell and
from the divisional member share of intellectual work side by side "The
Tery Little TIme for Social -or Other and so recommend it. Dixon & Grey. Gladstone77 I
one's appearance at a school is usually with men than that they should erect
Relaxation.
hailed by smiling faces. Then, too, it is themselves into a body with separateand Sudden change of temperature and humidity 'LAMP I

Special[ Correspondence. very encouraging for the teachers to feel possibly antagonistic claims and in- of the atmosphere often produce I(the Cne.t lampta the wnr11- ,

LomoMay 26.-We school board that their efforts to help on the children terests. This in no way affects my very disorders of the kidneys and bladder. Use UrtYHre.rrbrUIi.. !

members are elected for a term of three are really appreciated, and if a class of firm belief in the immense advantages to Dr. J. H. :McLean's Liver and Kidney ant tvaite.Fiireuuia luatoi S5 bngfetcr c ndlpower. t

years and as we have just :arrived mid- bode has just learnt a new song, or if the be gained by the presence of women on Balm to check these troubles in their incip- than electric cas light lizht j softer-more taaa '

in our present tenure of office I the board. In the ordinary routine of iency. cheerful than either. ,
way little gals display a happy aptitude for d, .4 asre&,.. J qtt/,.,..
thought it a favorable opportunity a few Swedish drill, teachers and pupils alike business there arise numerous little Dwitt's Sarsaparilla will renew and -- orthwy Jump oUt

weeks ago review the-work of the last are only too delighted to be put througha points respecting either the instructionof purify the blood, eradicate disease and Seeing A ** is Believing

eighteen months in a speech to my constituents performance for my benefitI the girls or the comfort and well be- make digestion easy. We sell it. Dixon .it is indeedever

and generally sift out in my am ready to confess that we are ing of mistresses and pupil teachers fc Grey. v smokes needs trunminf.nor breaks never
mind the impressions I have found.It woman's cbimneysneTeru
own which it is obviously a province
rather proud in London of our school of Ute oil;" no flicker
takes a new. member a full year to to decide. To me, personally, the whole Appetite and sleep may be improved, tar.no climbtnr of the
houses. It is always a great pleasure tome of the Came) ,no
and of
every system strengthened annoyaacs
master the ordinary routine of his work, work is full of a never failing interest; part any kind sod can.
realize what he and what he to come across one of our big, hand- is in the best the animal spirits; regain their bouyancy i not explode And
to may it
may thoroughly practical
some red brick buildings, with its gabled by the use of Dr.J. II. McQean's Strength & be.desttiiveeacbar.
not do, and to make himself acquaintedwith sense, and in working for the welfare of I white" ,10'oao
roofs and many windows and ample ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. times Uze A brilliancy
the wholepenonnel" of the board the rising generation we have a satisfac- of wy erdmry sWvMlampTrnUbed
play grounds, rising from the midst of
officers. I enjoy my work fully as muchas And tory conviction that we are at least be- Dewitt's Little Early Risers. Best pill Brass MekeU Cold eltlcr or
I anticipated and that I look forwardto some squalid neighborhood. once ginning at the right end. for Sick Headache and Sour Stomach. I Antique Uroiu. Also

the pleA. .standing again at the inside when I go over the separate class. Sold by Dixon & Grey. The Gladstone Extension Study Lampfor

next election. rooms for every standard, the big central Clergymen Editors Students, Teachers,
hall for drill and exercises, and the Jz 1h. The danger of a malarial atmospheremay Professors, Lawyers, Physicians and other

cheerful, airy passages, it is a comfort to be averted if you will occasionallytake professional men.
The Gladstone
know that however stuffy and unsani- a dose of Dr. J. H. :McLean's Chills The Gladstone Banquet Piano Lamp
r Hugh Farrar Macdermott's Youth. and Fever Cure.Dewitt's Lamps.
of the children's homes
tary many may Send for price list. Single lamps at trtofe-
i be, the best part of their day is nevertheless New YORK, June 12.-It is hard to $ale price,boxed and.. sent safely by express.t3Tuet .
still harder to criti- Little Early Risers. Most oar prices. Seeing i*believing. '
calmly speak
speak
in and
spent healthy happy sur *
cathartic liver
pleasant made.
pills ever
GLADSTONE LAMP CO.
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roundings. It is wonderful the moral cally, of such a man as the late Hugh
Sold by Dixon & Grey.If 71 ParkYiaee, New York.
effect that well built, well lit school Farrar Macdermott. One who did not

has on both teachers and scholars alike. know him intimately would be entirely the stomach performs its functions

The attendance is always better, and incapable of telling the world what man- actively and regularly the food of which it BANKAND j-S

+ there is a briskness and smartness about ner of man he was whom we have just is the receptacle, is transformed into bloodof

the proceedings which is very encourag- lost. Those who did know him are almost a nourishing quality, which furnishes
Ii i.l' vigor and warmth to the whole the
of their body,
ing after the listlessness and depression incapacitated by reason sorrov
remedy to give tone to the stomach is Dr.
from estimating him justly, or writing STORE FIXTURES
which is so often to be observed in an J. II. McLean's
Cordial
Strengthening .
ill ventilated, overcrowded school room. such a story of his life as should pass and Blood Purifier. a .

We devote naturally a large amountof into history as the truo record of the life TENtf

trouble to the selection of our teachers, of a true genius. When you get all out of sorts, Billious,

and apart from the actual teaching qualifications Such Macdermott was. The clear Dyspeptic, Despondent,Blood impure, Liver THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER

ir they may possess I always feel vision, and the blindness; the simple inactive, lack of ambition, tired feelingand

it to be a point of great importance to I directness, and everything goes wrong, just come to us

secure masters and mistresses who will the erratic way- and get a bottle of Dewitt's Sarsaparilla.It .
is a perfectly reliable and
h take an interest in their pupils outside ) wardness; the in- preparation

vs school hours-in their games and their c spired utterance, will Dixon build& Gre you.up and renew your strength.

swimming classes and their country holi- and the child like )

days, etc. Often at the yearly distribu- petulance; the A beautiful woman must be healthy,

tion of prizes, a function at which I very t divine gifts, and and to remain healthy and beautiful she

MRS. ASHTOX DILKE. willingly preside, the teachers get up '* the human shortcomings should take Dr. J. H. IcLean's Strength-

As in the United States the school quite a little entertainment.All I J of genius ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. It im-

committees do not exactly correspond to I were all his. parts tone and flush to the skin, strength,
the work done in
our popularly elected school boards, it preparatory com- While it not vigor and pure blood ; is equally adapted
mittee has to receive the assent of the / may
may be of interest to give a little sketch board at its meeting before a -\ ?. be that he will beremembered for all ages, from the babe to the aged, of
weekly public -
either .
of what the duties of a school board :; sex.Cleanse ,
being finally adopted. But the rec- 7 ; Ii!" as -'w .,...-
,,,. 1'-'"
member really are. Even in England ',.. -
of the
one greater breath and
ommendations of committee unless your regulate
a your A strictly fint-clau machine tn"asted and
people are often amusingly vague on the they raise some contentious point, are HUGH F. MACDERMOTT. members of the bowels with Dewitt's Little Early Risers. made from very beat materials bj II" ,, workmen

subject, and seem to imagine that at- most "en bloc" with- human family,it must come to pass that Sold by Dixon & Grey. and with best tool ever devised f. parrot
tendance at the public meeting of the frequently passed Warrrnted to da all that can be rearer expected
his will be cherished those
debate. The most dis- memory by the best of writ
out interesting A disordered condition of of very typewriter extant. Capable
board held every Thursday afternoon. cussions arise notices of who knew him as the image of some the stomach, ing IV words per minute, or more according to the
with an occasional: participation in the usually over or malaria in the system will produce sick ability of the operator. Pnic $100.
fair child whom the world could
i debate, represents the main portion ofone's motions, which may be put down by any lovely headache, you can remove this trouble by Address, PARISH M'FG. CO.,
member, and are then taken in turn.It not spoil, whose Very faults made him taking Dr. J. II. McLean's Little Liver Agents wanted. PARISH. X. Y.
functions. As a matter of fact, the
the dearer to his friends.
was in this manner that a motion in and Kidney Pellets. 25 cents per vial.
best part of both one's time and one'senergy
Farrar Macdermott born in
Hugh was
favor of free education carried last
is daily absorbed by the board, winter was thus I Ireland, near Enniskillen, on the 16th of Mrs. Leander Wright informs us that .th1M41Eg tAVQRtfto
by a large majority, greatly
and I have found myself obliged to relinquish August, 1834. she was cured of Chronic Constipation by
strengthening the hands of the advocates -
by degrees not only a large num- of The father, Thomas Gould Macder- Dewitt's Little Early Risers. Sold by
this most reform. It
ber of my political and lecturing engage- necessary Dixon & Grey.Frequently .
was also by a notice of motion the other mott, was a dealer in grain, and duringthe
also considerable
ments, but a propor- that Mrs. Besant and Mr. Stewart famine of 1846 and 1847 he was a accidents
in
tion of my social duties as well. day occur the house-
The really arduous part of one's Headlam tried to re-raise the whole heavy loser,finally becoming so seriously hold which cause burn, cuts, sprains and
involved that he gathered up what bruises for in such Dr. J.
school board duties consistsof question of religious instruction by moving ; use cases II.
attendance committees.undoubtedly The whole that Bible reading should be discon- means he had left and came to America McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for
at with his family to make a new start in many years been the constant favorite
tinued in all our schools, a motion which,
work of the board is divided
up among life. He purchased a homestead in Dor- family remedy. THE INS
considered at the moment
being present
various committees, which meet either chester, Mass., and Hugh, then a boy of WOOOWORKi AteetiMEtIfSrHltpto.
did not find
inopportune, a single sup-
weekly or fortnightly in the numerous I' Dewitts Little Early Risers are a little
15, was placed Judge Brigham's office
rooms provided for the purpose in the porter on the board. : to law. The elder Macdermott pill that do not gripe or cause pain. Small, Nf tHOMreCWING MACHINE ft 0HAN6E-MASS

largo and han Jsonw school board offices Parties are very fairly divided on ; however study died afterward and the, easy to take, safe. Sold by Dixon & Grey. 26 UNION SQUAREN.Y. 'lj
; soon ,
the school board which adds -
overlooking the Thames Embankment. present a --'AT"'NTA.G4.CA
boy turned to the for a living. Unsuspected disorders of the ST.LOUIS.MO.
press kidneys are h.immJil OAUAS.TEX.
member is great zest to the divisions. There are ;72
Every supposed to sit on threeof
Macdermott's writing, immature as it responsible for many of the ordinary ail-
these committees, and he is given his about twenty Clericals or Diggleites, as
to attract ments of humanity which neglected de-
was, was promising enough ,
choice as to which three he may: prefer.I they are frequently termed, and an i the attention of Isaac W. Fry, then the velop into a serious and, perhaps, fatal
selected fry share the works equal number of Progressives or Radicals -
my committee managing editor of The Boston Courier, malady. Experience would suggest the
which has charge of all the but between the two there stand who, determined train him use of Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kid-
thoroughly
,
building plans and contracts, and which about a dozen so called Moderates, who, and put him at type setting. ney Uaim. I
lately lug suffered so much abuse for the on the whole more frequently vote with
Even at that Macdermottwas
sins of its predecessors in office, the the farmer than with the latter party. early period From the Land oCFlo'"crs.Longwood .
bohemian of the
typical highest
finance and the school management Mr. Diggle combines in his person func-
class, and affiliated readily, as he did all Fla., Oct. 29 1889.
tions analogous to those of speaker of
committee. This latter, however, to through his life, with the cleverest and Mr. A. B. GIIURDEAU Savannah Ga.
,
which is entrusted all strictly educa- the house of commons a leader of the wittiest of the writers of the day. It so RAZE P4

tional questions, as well as the appoint- government. He acts both as chairmanof came about that before the days of the DEAR SIR:-I have fully tested theJohnson's
the board and leader of the Cleri- f Chill and Fever Tonic you FROM NEW YORK CITY.Jtr. .
ment of teachers. is divided up into as. famous New York Bohemian club of .
A II. kes
Ha IVar PATENT
Sir: Your
cals combination which 1856 to '60 he associated with "Arte- sent me and hare to report 15 cases of
nuinorous sub-committees, such as the a inevitably was EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and sm
drawing and pupil teachers, the from time to time produces unfortunate mus Ward," "Mrs. Partingtou" and Chills and Remitting Fever that it has very much gratified at noiderlnl change that
promotion cured. Not failure. With J has come over my eyesight since 1 have discardedmy
"Miles O'Reilly" as to The one some
results. As chairman et I Contributor
a "pur simple,
and the exercise subcommittees .
physical old gla* e0, and am uow wearing yours. L
to the demands of ?
on all of which I sit, and the Mr. Diggle is admirable, with an immense -I Carpet Bag. experience as Georgiaand ALKXkSDEB Agar :: C- *
It was in 1853 that he went-to California. Florida, and especially in the south- Secretary Stationers' Bo.id of Trade.
needlework sub-committee, of which ]1 knowledge of business and a con- There, notwithstanding his youth, eastern part of this State, 1 know of no All fitted at the Drug Store Of _as
am chairwoman. So I do not think 1] siderable sense of equity, but when party i I he became a figure and was an influen- remedial agent so worthy of general use : : DI\ON GRAY TITCSVILLE. FLA.

shall be guilty of exaggeration if I say considerations happen to intervenehis tial member of the famous vigilance as yours. Whoever originated it is a

that on an average fifteen hours a week, judicial impartiality is apt to fail I committee. In 1837 he returned to New public benefactor. Yours truly
,
or three hours a day, exclusive of Satur- him. On our side-for I fancy I need York and took up the stick for a living, S. F. GO'VE r z

days and Sundays, are devoted to com- hardly inform my American friends that I but his pen was never idle. His poetry Missionary Florida Baptist Country, on _

mitteework alone. Sometimes, when my place is among the ProgressiststheHon. I soon won recognition his and for many Indian river and its vicini y.Hn .
afterward life series
of
there is a sudden rush of work, I may Lyulph Stanley, a clever memberof yearn was one
successes. His best known is'"My
poem FINE
spend the whole day from 10 o'clock till! an exceptionally clever family, is one Blind Canary." D. A. C. SHOW CASES

5 o'clock at the board offices, passing of the ablest educationalists and a very I 4 Auk for catalogue.

from one committee room to another, leading spirit, although he finds himself TERRY M'F'G CO.. NASHVILLE TENN.HOW'S .

and filling up odd moments by signing pretty frequently in antagonism to those Her Regular Habit. f\\b

.somo of the innumerable checks which members possessed of Socialistic lean- Agitated Young Bridegroom (imme-

the clerk of the finance committee always diately after the ceremony-Serena, ... = > :' J ABBOTTS
ings.We shall-shall I-shall we-shall we kiss? ; .
has on hand for any member whom four lady members of the school M:1 t '

lie may chance to find at liberty. board form a very harmonious little Self Possessed Bride (her third expe- n f"'o'&JmD. .'' .;:', -,pL __ L.' -. _' asI I 1
Then there the school quartet in spite of the various differ- rience-It is my usual custom, William. ,, .
are inspections, ar ''I TiL'S 1'ic4rl I:r.:;Mxc S Jo:'"!.i.uLOT s.
very important and a specially interest- ences of opinion that naturally exist between -Chicago Tribune. :.-
i. .
.. ing part of one's board duties. In my ownl us. Our senior member, Miss :" J'" .. BUNIONS
R !
,
., division of West Lambeth I am responsible Davenport Kill has for many years extended Lacking, Yet Rich. 11'jU i .,

l for the personal supervision of nine I her special protection over the Graves-I see they propose to tax bach .
elors in Wyoming at the rate of $2.50 The most APP nZTMO and WHOLESOSC3
: schools and as they are scattered over a distinctively feminine branches of education a TEMPER"R DRINK la the world.

considerable area, and are all very fax such as sewing, cooking and year. Delicious and Sparkling. TRY IT.

away from my own home in Kensington laundry work. Her influence has cer Merriman-Well, as they are not mar Ask your Druggist or Grocer for It,;

,it is not easy to manage the thorough tainly been most beneficial in these departments ried men, they can afford to pay it.- C. E. HIRES PHILADELPHIA.

inspection of more than one school in ,our methods of teaching sewing Lowell Citizen. YOUR FENCE ?

the course of a morning. So one or two I to large classes being so successful PARKER'S e We have the CHEAPEST and Bestx'
l
: mornings a week are none too much to I that we have been frequently applied to Heary. HAIR BALSAM : WOVEN WIRE FENCING

devote to this department and to the I for advice on the subject from both "Weren't you afraid your house wouldbe Cleanses and beautifies the hair. i Wlro Rope Selvage.

cultivation of friendly relations with the I America and Australia. Mrs. Maitland, blown off its fou"ndation in that II Promotes a luxuriant growth. -:0
Never Fails s
masters and mistresses. Very often, it who has had much local experience of storm: | Hair to ih Vo"larul to Restore Color.Gray .

they are in want of advice or information schools in her own division of Maryle- "No. The plumber's bill had come the IPrereuU 6and Dandruff tl.00 at and DroreteU.C8SR18IS. hair failing. 0N

the head teachers ask me to call. bone, devotes her energies mainly to day before. With that in the house we a

At other times 1 drop in unexpectedly in school management and the selection of couldn't be budged."Chatter. ESS A IUI nlStI ClID = .1

>order to see for myself that everything teachers while Mrs. Annie Besant dili DEA .t'eck'. U.VIi1BL& TlIIUI U'

; is going on smoothly.The gently pushes forward all the 1a.borque&; Charity. firUM.ftMMwfml.hOT all tt.....IM Whispers tUL.> ....kj beu-d.r.USCOX:eom; ;

head master eagerly explains that tions and does her best to infuse the First Girl (in street car-That man o say iii areway.I.e X.rk. Writ fee bmk et,....rui.

he is positively entitled to an extra proceedings of the board with a Socialist posite has been looking at you for the pDETECTIVES I

sistant, while the head mistress may be I spirit. It is mainly owing to her exertions ten minutes. Isn't he rude? 60 ETCHES EIQK AX 80 COTS 7X2 ECU.
Lawn. Garden Poultry aDd Stock Fencing
equally anxious to get rid of one she has I that the board now declines to give I Second Girl-Oh, you must not judge I Wanted Utrcrr Comitr. Shrewd na to set made*IBMoctlca xesandwldths.Oatestornatcn. Prices lowo .-SOkS,

Already got, and when I arrive at the inRants' contracts for schools to any employerwho .people by their looks.-New York Sun. taHl'8 em Strvie experience aft MeoMry.ParUemlar.. y BcjrUH dealer Frclrht WOT El wits Fmld.rut s.u4forctrealan.CU., CKIC16J. ,, IU.
Craniai DetectlTeBureamCo.lllrads.Csiatia.fl. ,.w-Auwt.ei LAWS a.d CElETY LY ree..
does not the trades union rate I
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ALLABOUTTHEMEMBEBS there are many honorable exceptions, &g prinfHTiaareai bttii> &EeCt&. o. J.. ,EIE9TOEl.,
THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORID
. and every reader has the right to include A prominent and ,faflTi nt* T citizen of .

. 1 his friends in tw latter category. But his district came to town late one afternoon Hardware.andGeneral

;iI WALTER WELLMAN WIELDS A KEEN the liars are not much to be blamed. on pressing and important business A.. ,B. CAMPBELL:

DISSECTING KNIFE. Lying is almosta necessity of publiclife. and sought his representative. No

1I '" Members of congress are so beset by one knew where the congressman lived. Produce Jacksonville, Florida.

bores and borrowers and beggars that His address was not In, the directory oi

Bolo Mton sad Beprvftentotlres An unless A man wants to make a bear of congress, nor in the city directory. The MERCHANT. Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos Haines

F I ... 8 "ta-IrUlton Who Scatter in himself and get a reputation for mean- telegraph,officials refused under instructions Melbourne. ,FloridaBROS1 Bros.' Pianos,Morris Pianos, Wilcox &

Ttolr Talk IJe and Erroneoturjr Think ness he must learn and practice the art from the gentleman himself, they White Organs and Chicago Cottage Or-

They Are Story Teller of lying. I am convinced there are cases said, to give any information. The gans. I will sell and Deliver at your

, : in which lyinj; is a positive virtue, be- natural reamlt was a very indignant nearest station High GradePianos
HODGSON
[Sped&1 taorrepaWAESIIdQTox -
ing merely a genteel and unoffendingway prominent influential citizen. Next
June 12.-When the ,
of saying DJPJ'. If you were a mem- day he finished up his business withoutthe
of the house
of
business representatives is
ber of congress dear reader, and found help of the leisure loving statesman,
dull and uninteresting, aa it often is General Merchants l
we
it
impossible to step outside the cham- and then went back home and began
who sit in the gallery to watch for -OR- R
up ber
without being approached by from setting up the pins for this worthy's de-
1 things worth writing about must turn
one to a dozen persons begging favors of feat at the ensuing election.
attention from legislation to legisla Eau G-allie Florida. Organs
, .' our tors. For this there a good you-begging offices, signatures to peti- Story telling is a distinctively congressional 7
.. precedent, tions, public documents, half dollars, weakness. It is one of the fads of
famished by the legislators themselves.No i theatre tickets, railroad fare, chews of statesmen. Of four hundred and odd INDIAN RIVER. For less money than any other housein

other topic interests the average tobacco, letters of introducton-you men in the present congress, J verily be- I the United States. I will ship a Piano

member of congress as much as himself. too, would learn how to gloss the refusal lieve three hundred and fifty imagine Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the or Organ to any honest man or woman

The dangers of the country which he with the convenient white lie. themselves born story tellers. The worstof on trial, and if not satisfactory, I

4 prates so much of in his speeches, thee The trouble is that some of the practitioners it is that only five or six of them are. Day, Week: or Month. will pay freight both ways. $25 cash
odious acts of the opposition party which and $10 a month on a Piano and $10
in this art of lying become altogether Glum old chaps who ever had the faint- ,
lie is so fond of denouncing are quickly cash and $5 a month on an until
too Their est of humor in stock of organ
adept. tongues are so conception lay a

becomes lost sight personal.of when Statesmen the conversation love to facile and their ingenuity so productivethat stories, generally stale ones, and tell Drugs! Drugs Drugs! paid.for-not On these much very more liberal than terms ordinaryrent. anyone

lying becomes a habit. From lyingas them over and over whenever oppor-
of themselves to can own an instrument. Send for
talk
especially news-
convenience to for offers. Their colleagues know
a they get lying tunity : Free
Catalogue containing full informa-
paper ears. They like to be written the fun of it, and utter falsehoods them from bitter experience and are able A Fine Assortment of : tion. Sheet music Strings Violins Banjos
in if -
about a complimentary manner -
possible when the truth would serve them a to avoid them, but the poor stranger is DRUGS Guitars Accordeons
and in fact
,
in ,
but at rate.
some way
any great deal better. I have in mind one likely to be sadly bored. Musical Instrument that
is made
Smart statesmen endeavor to make PATENT MEDICINES, every ,
conspicuous example of this in the houseof WALTER WF.TJ.MAV.V and at very low prices. Send for com-
friends of men but when SYRINGES
,
newspaper ,
representatives. A very able man plete catalogues. I have
20,000 piecesof
they can't make friends the axiom is that the < TENDERFOOT'S WELCOME. STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET
you might say ono of leaders of the Choice Music at 10 cents per copy.
they had better make enemies. Abuse house, and at any rate the leader of his ARTICLES

sometimes does a man more good than delegation has this lying habit in a Same of the Pleasures of Being a New Kept constantly on hand.Physicians' A. B. CAMPBELL,

praise. Your average congressman is a chronic and dangerous form. He is a Arrival. Prescriptions. carefully Jacksonville, Fla.

very conceited person. His bills and his member of an important committee,and [Special Correspondence] compounded at all hours.

reports and his speeches are the greatest his colleagues therein he is amiable SAN FRANCISCO, June 7.-I had heard J. B. SCREVEN

things in the annals of congress "What, and able, industrious and say useful-a thor- much said in praise of the social qualitiesof TITUSVILLE, FLA.Druggist, HERE I AM AGAIN !
the unconventional west, and particu- ,
you have not watched my efforts to do so oughly admirable man-if he wouldn'tlie
and so? You don't know what I am doing? much. who :. larly of California, but I was not quite
so Newspaper men
I for such cordial greeting as I HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
prepared a
Young read the history of
man go your
know him
never depend upon anythinghe I J W ROGERS
country." Some congressmen imaginethe tells them without investigation. He received upon my; first day as a residentof RIVER BAKERYWe ,
Abme 3. I rented a house on one of will Hand
people of the provinces are thirstingfor Keep on Every Day
tells lies about the most trivial things, Before an intelligent and
the handsome avenues of that 'rose embowered appreciative
information concerning their health. where there is no earthly excuse for it. FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES discriminating public himself
presents
suburb and ,
has been sick walked an expressman
who
One man, ,
and makes his .
He has been beaten once or twice for household effects in bow, announcing that he
down to my office every day for a week congress by the men in his district to piled iny the floor. a promiscuous time ETC. ALSO is a candidate for their favors, good
heap My was
upon
during his convalescence to inform me, whom he has lied about offices. It is in wishes and-cash.
with the sordid
so that I might inform my readers, that I completely taken up Bottlers of SOdawater GingerAle
and
chronic reckless
this that the ,
way cares of earning my daily bread so I As blood is thicker than water so is
he recovering.
Another was gradually thing which is most noticeable liar in public life is sure to come to grief. hired a man to settle my home for me. I and other Drinks cash bettr than credit. He propose to

He makes promises which he has no in- did not dream of tho disinterested attentions get out of the old ruts and Sell 1m
about these public men,particularlythose tention of keeping, he invents excuses would miss by unpacking by ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard
in the
time
who have been a long I
which are in time discovered, he leads ATTENTION.S. .
harness is their tendency to scatter in proxy. ,,
Men who fiver six men to think they are going When I returned home in the eveningI A. BELCHER & COMPANY, Cash.He handles first-class line '
private conversation. can getup I a ofClothing
to have certain office and somehow
a found bread baslet filled with cards
a PROPRIETORS
in the house or senate anddeliverimpromptu ,
they sooner or later become acquainted said
left by callers. The hired man
speeches of force and good con- TITUSVILLE FLA.
with this over issue of collateral and that of sweetness had been wasted ,
struction wabble all about a subject in. oceans ,
turn against him. The man I have in upon him by mistake. He had been
the ordinary casual conversation. They 'mind could probably be senator from his for the arrival. I called Both Ready-made and to Order.
mistaken NEAT AND PROMPT.
wander from one subject to another,and state. sneaker of the national house_ of__ my_homesick. wife._ new to. my side._ and.. sought.. His I
wait to have anything settled or
never representatives, or even president if it to comfort her by the show of welcome
-FOK-
agreed upon. Probably this floor is the where resultof were not for his weakness in this direc- indicated by the card basket. I counted Gents1 Furnishing DepartmentIs
the
their training on ,
tion. Another conspicuous statesman, a
cards by the score and in the expectation -
nothing ever is settled by argument.makes A senator and an aspirant f p the presi- of a further deluge of visitors I JOB PRINTING Complete. Nobby Hats from
minutes and a
few
man gets a and then drops it. dency, is similarly afflicted. He is not brushed up my good clothes to receive first-class hands and Shoes to suit the

sally at a topic so much given to unnecessary lying as In proper form. Only two more calls most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and

Nothing is "talked out"Five he is to making promises which ho does were made however. One of these was -SUCH AS- Hand Satchels, too low to quote.
hands to
S minutes later all turn not mean to keep. It is said his state is from a gentleman who had a choice corner For fine Cigars and Tobaccos he can-

and talk over a new proposition, just as plastered over with unredeemed pledges, lot for sale on the sunny side of the LETTER-HEADS I not be excelled in the county.I .

the layman is becoming interested in the and peopled with men who are just wait street and the other had a little bill to earnestly ask an inspection of my

first. Thus, in private conversation the ing for an opportunity to take revenge collect. NOTE-HEADS, I Goods before buying elsewhere.

statesman has a tendency to shift and for broken promises. There are many I the cards table in-
spread upon my BILL-HEADS J.
tack, and cover a great deal of water. life. 1ogers..
in
such
men public tending to prepare a list of streets and ._
It keeps one busy to stay with him. For Your average congressman is very get ready to return the calls. I found STATEMENTS, GEO. E. CHASE. A. O. CBAPPELL.

instance, there is Ben Butterworth, the fond of play. In this, as in every other that to return my calls would be a cost- GEO. E. CHASE & CO.
member from Ohio. He is one CIRCULARS
brilliant big school, we have workers and shirkers. ly and difficult task. There were in the ,
-
of the best talkers in congress or out of Industry and laziness are characteristics lot nine-"only first class butchers"who FOLDERS- ,
SHIP
it, but if you can keep him on one sub here seen in striking contrast. wished me godspeed and my tr .de. CHANDLERY,

: ject for five minutes you are more fortunate There are men too lazy even to dictate Ten dealers in "choice family grocer- INVITATIONS, HARDWARE

!i than most of the men who know letters to their constituents, much less ies" assured me that each name on the PROGRAMMES ,

him. In a walk from the senate cham- to write them with their own hands. list was the most reliable caterer to the Patent Wire

ber to the house of representatives I The laziest congressman I know of wantsan wants of the hungry man. STREAMERS, Logs, Hope Rijpj

have heard the witty Butterworth discourse electric railway built from the senateto Three coal merchants each vouchedfor FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS.

on such topics as the tariff bill, the house, so that when he goes over himself that he gave "full weight"on DODGERS, Agent for Deroe & Co.'s Paints, Tule

J reciprocity with Canada universal peace to the senate restaurant for his oysters his wares. BUSINESS CARDS Life Preservers, Tent & Awning Co.,
1 between nations, the new navy, the and beer he need not walk. Some of Seven dairymen announced that they Patent Anchors.

Farmers' Alliance movement, original these able statesmen are never to be had a few prime Jersey cows which !. WEDDING CARDS, BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS.

p. packages and pension legislation. Her. found in their seats. I have in mind gave pure cream at ten cents a quart. Correspondence Solicited.
;. is a man worth following as the windsof one who will do as a type for a large An Italian desired to inform me that VISITING CARDS, 266. Telephone

his fancy waft him from subject to class. He appears in his seat about five when it came to emptying swill tubs and SEND YOUR ORDERSTO JVte. 88 90 E.
$ St.
subject, for he rarely opens his mouth minutes each day, and then only to get ash barrels he was an artist of the first Bay ,

without saying something. But think I his mail. This done, he disappears and magnitude. Price, thirty-five cents a THEFLOEIDA- JACKSONVILLE FLA.

of a stupid fellow, like the average con- is no more to be found in the CapitoL month.A a41rr. .

gressman, wobbling about in this manner Constituents and friends send in cards Chinaman desired me to know that STAR

and asking you to go with him and by the score knock at the doors of his he could cover up more shirt with starch FOR SALE

try to be interested in all he is saying! committee rooms, watch the restaurantsand and blueing and make a shirt as uncom- ,

R Joe Cannon, of Dlinois, who is himself the corridors, and are lucky if they fortably stiff as any almond eyed son ofa JOB PRINTING OFFICE, THE ELEGANT

.' a sort of original package, is another find him once in a week Where h, gun in the kingdom.One RESIDENCE AND GROVE

I man who scatters his fire in private spends his time is one of the mysteries of card, more suggestive than all of Notice.In .

conversation. Cannon in his quaint way congress which not a few people have the rest, informed me that the owner of Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial OF L. BARNES,

: likes to run the gamut of topics which in a quiet way endeavored to solve. the address attached would pay more Circuit of Florida, in and for Inward ROCK LEDGE, FLA.

are in the public mind. There appearsto One theory is that he is engaged upon for second hand furniture and carpets County, A. D. 1890.-In Chancery. ,

be a sort of procession of thoughts tome great literary work in a secluded than any other man in the business. I Lucinda Tuttle, widow"Complainant 1 Containing Seven and One-Third
Acres of Land fronting Indian Kiver.
going through his brain, and he is never and secret nook of the congressional li thought it a little inopportune for one to t t
RESIDENCE
Large Roomy elegantly
; content till the whole troop has been brary. Others do not think him literary make a bid on my personal effects.I vs. I Finished., Also ThreeRoomCOTTAGE -

brought up for review. In his work as enough for that. A number of men are looked in vain for the card of a pawnbroker J. D. IacdoneH, [attie Foreclosure of and Outbuildings a One of

!' chairman of the committee on appropriations in their seats,and make it a pointof or an undertaker. But these D. Macdonell, Lucive t Mortgage.
always the most desirable places in Rock Ledge
before him Carter II. C. Carter &
constantly of indua- ,
t he has pride to be constantly at their posts. were about the only branches hammock

': the whole United States and it seems The most conspicuous example of this try not represented. I presume these Charlie Defendants.It Miller. J For price terms, etc.,apply to

:. that his mind is equally geographical sort of industry is Mr. Ezra B. Taylor, thought I would havo occasion to seek
from the affidavit of 'the Albert A. Cocoa Fla.
Still, if you get the appearing Taylor, ,
and comprehensive. of Ohio, the successor of Garfield in the them out in due time.
agent of.the complainant,filed in this cause
Mr. Cannon on
';.' chance to accompany rambles will house. Mr. Taylor boasts that he has Do This; Then IVish You Hadn't. that the defendant II. C. Carter is over 21 A. L. Hatch & Son
one of his intellectual you missed a roll call in ten years, and of the ,
it will not not Take a piece of paper and upon it put years of age and a non-resident DEALERS IX
not regret1t. Here"and'there without doubt he is the only man that dropping months, State of Florida, and the return of the
for 01 I in figures your age
be easy to keep pace with him, ever served congress who can wear that it two Sheriff to the subpoena issued in said cause
and multiply by ;;
weeks days
like ;
of the road he travels four Tay- the other defendantsand DRY GOODS NOTIONS
certain party olillumining feather in his cap. There are then add the figures 3,768; add 12 to the showing due service on
a limited train, but he has a faculty lors in the house two from Ohio, one divide 2. and then that the defendant II. C. Carter can- ,
so that even the result obtained; by be found in Brevard County, but is believed -
Tennessee
his pathway from Illinois and one from result obtained the not Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
from the
little as he runs. subtract be in Brunswick in the State of i
dullest learn a all men who to
man may and it happens that they are number of your years on earth and see if Stationery, Family Medi-
brainy
such a Georgia.
2Jo one would suspect intellectual giant as believe in attending to business.roll The call you do not obtain figures that you will It is therefore ordered that said II. C. cines, Garden Seeds,
and well organized result is that on nearly every
be likely to forttet.-Chatter. Carter do plead answer or demur to complainant's -
But, if the not CHOICE GROCERIES
of scattering. of Illinois
Speaker Reed the clerk sings out, "Taylor bill of complaint on or before ,

truth must be told-and I don't old see shotgun why- "Taylor of Tennessee," "Ezra B. Tay-" There to Lire Lone. the 1st Monday in July, A.D. 18;+0, being Hay, Corn, Rapes Fertilizers.

it shouldn't-he scatters like an he lor" and, finally, "Joseph D. Taylor, The island of Sappho must be favora the 7th day of the month, or said bill will

; or,to use a better illustration I and as all are Republicans the four ble to longevity, for it contains three inhabitants be taken against him as confessed, and said CITY POINT FLORIDA.

is like an amateur sportsman with a new names are followed by four lusty "yeas"or who have passed considerably cause will be allowed as to him, to proceed

breechloader-he sallies out and in his "nays,"according as the majority side the hundredthyear. A certain ex-parte. C.S.L'E&fflo&CQuJACKSONVILLE
beyonU
eagerness and fondness for shooting of the house is voting. l mail is 130 old; Khalil Apt It is further ordered that this order be
Apa years
takes a crack at everything he sees. A few members of congress refuse tc and Aschik Baba lias, published with as little delay as possible,
is in his 119th ,
it isa, year the FLORIDA STAR published at Titus- FLA.
When Reed draws his long gun publish their city addresses In the congressional reached his 115th year.Vhat ii I in ,

good time to take to the woods. noticed. directory. Obviously they dc just most remarkable in these three male centenarians .. ville, Florida weeks., once a week for four' consecutive Crockery, Glassware,

Another thing which 1 have of,then ,not want to be bothered by the bore w that they are all obliged tc J Witness the Honorable John D.Broome,

about congressmen is that many which infest the capital city and'which earn their daily bread.-Pall Mall Ga o Judge of the said Circuit Court, as well 'as House-Furnishing,

are liars. This does not sound pleasant"but witl seem to be fond of bothering memben zette. A. A.Stewart,clerk thereof, and the seal of Lamps Oil, $ Vapor Stoves,
it is true. I make the assertion of congress. For the same reason a number said court, at the Court House in Titus-

a full realization of its import and, *!. of statesmen rent houses in the outskirts Americana In St. Peterrburgg. ville, this 5th day of June, A. D. 1890.A. Gate Cit f1]Stone Filters.

the members themselves sometimes say of the city, where after nightfall An American just returned from St. A. STEWART, We solicit tho patronage of

in warm debate, with willingness to a&o they are not likely Lobe disturbed. Some Petersburg says there are only fittest Clerk of the Circuit Court. : our neighbours: ol'the

sume responsibility therefor,that a largE years ago a member of the house from I citizens of this country resident in thai BOBBINS & GRAHAM, EAST COAST. .

per cnt. of the members of congress New.York,state Irwt his election bv f ail.. city Chicago Times. Complainant's Solicitors, .. :. .;rTHE --"" .,", ,
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THE FLORIDA STAR. :- CRAPE CROWING.' A DISPUTE OVER A.HOC CAUSES A FORT PIERCE. THE ORANGE MUDDLE.

MURDER. .

PUBLISHED EVERY THUESDAY., S. S. Neck in Florida Agriculturist says: Everyone seems to ask everyone else Secretary Falling Manvllle oat.Explains the Union Exchange -

ELLIS B. SAGER Editor and mite Three years ago I planted five acres with A dispatch from Quincy, Fla.] dated 'When will the new store open ?" To the Editor of the Times-Union.

Thomas, tender pulp and scuppernong the 12th says: W. O. Wilson, a census A few hogs and forest fires have donea
The issue of the Record, of Orlando
S1.5O, per Annum. grapes. lam now planting three more enumerator, cut the throat of William vast amount of damage the past few for June 4th, has the following: 4A

of Flower's method, as follows: Holes Inman. Inman is dead. Wilson escaped. months in this vicinity.The .
.Entered at the Post Office at Titusville cu meeting of the officers of the State Orange-
Second-CloM Matter. dug half-moon shape; four feet one way, William Wilson and Jesse Inman were glorious sunshine of the past week Grower's union was held at the Arcade-

two feet across distance of holes thirtyby neighbors living sixteen miles west of
;
after the refreshing rains ought to be hotel, in this city, last evening. Those-
The Star has the Largest circulation thirty feet. Into each of the holes Iput this place. Wilson, it seems, accused to convince the most
enough scepticalthat
of any paper on the East coast of Fla. present were as follows: J. C. McKibbin,
one bushel of cracked bone and one Inman of stealing a hog from him, and our climate cannot be equalled in president Pomona; A. H. Manville

A SQOAUEts one Inch In space; 18 squares bushel of pond muck; the depth of the Inman and his brother made an assault this ,
hemisphere.Miss secretary, of Jacksonville IIy. Crutcher
make advertising a column. rates enquire of the Editor hole is about eighteen inches. Spread upon Wilson, one with a knife, the other ,
"Mowcher" Fort Pierce has of Zellwood; A. Iverson, of Osceola
says
always enclosing two centstamp.BREVAED the vine out after the bones are crackedup using a stick. When Wilson was struckhe
the best-displayed and finest-looking county; E. E Pratt, of Limona; W. H.
and covered with top dirt then cover stabbed and killed Wra. Inman.
;
County is entitled to five store in the county, and the company'stwo Cook, of Pomona; B. J. Mims, of Mims;
roots with pond muck. If your vines Both are respectable men, and it is
delegates in the State Democratic Con- managers, for civility and courtesy E. G. Hill and S. Powers, of Lawtey; B.M. .
have this much
a long stem of several feet, coil regretted.
vention to be held at Ocala, Wednesday, are hard to beat. Baer, of Jacksonville; M. S. )foreman -
up in the hole and only let six or eight ANOTHER ACCOUNT.RiverJunctionFla.June .
August thirteenth. inches project above soil. This you tie 12.Special.YesterdaynearSycamoreabout Married, at the residence of the bride's lot Switzerland; W. S. Hart, ofHawk's
Park, and R. W.Pierce,of Indian
Mr. D. M. to Miss
to six-foot stake which twelve parents, Bryant
a lightwood
up
IN the opinion the Metropolis,Super Springs, besides several others who
the vine is trained until it reaches the miles from here, Willie Wilson stabbed Nancy Mettz, by C. A. Dittmar, N. P. were-
intendent Porter left out one very im- I not members. The object of the meeting
top of the stake. As soon as the vine with a pocket knife, and instantly killed, The Fort Pierce Secret Society, learning
portant question in his census interrogatories I was to consider several charges which
that of its members had the
one joined I
spreads the trellis over. W. A. Inman. The difficulty out
put grew
which is: "How are you going to I I had been preferred by the president of
This spring I am having the vines that : of a trivial affair about the marking ofa matrimonial union, convened a meeting,
vote in 1892T'Lawrence this the directors
organization against of
were planted three years ago fixed with pig. Wilson was taking the census of and resolved, unanimously, to serenadethe
the Florida Fruit
at Jackson
exchange,
Barrett will produce next trellis. It consists of two pieces of two the district. Both parties are white and happy couple. ,The party having
ville, which is the median-through which-
season a play founded upon the life of by four inches, twelve feet, and two well connected. The coroner's jury today procured eery instrument that would
the produce of the members of the Orange.Grower's -
Thomas a-Becket, the archbishop of Can- braces one and one-half by two inches found a verdict of wilful murder. give a sonorous tone, proceeded to their
union is sold. The
terbury. How-a he-will-a stride-a across across. These are four feet long apart. Wilson has fled. residence, where the untrained musicians meeting wasa
very lively and warm one, much sharp
the stage-a and awake-a the echoes of-a I[ have eight wires trained across a frame. raised a pandemonium of music seldom
done and
speech-making being lasted
the times-a of Henry II. These latter will last for years and can OVER 1,800 ACRES VALUABLE PHOSPHATE equalled except in an Eastern clime.
until long into the night. A committeewas
easily have new posts from time to time. LAND IN LITIGATION. Mrs. Bass' bananas and pineapples- to the
finally appointed investigate
THE thermometer readings for the past Cost of posts, lumber, wire, staples, nails the Porto-Rico
especially variety-were
Judge Swayne will return from Pensa- charges made, to report at a meeting to
week in the north have been remarkably and labor about $1 each. Many of the '
,
indeed before the dozen
a splendid sight
South Florida the cola and open court on Monday for the be held at the same place in two weeks.1Permit
high; while here in vines had a peck of on them last
grapes worthless hogs, that seem to "take in"everybody's
of taking in the the columns of the
purpose testimony case me through
but
not extremely
weather has been -
warm
summer-two after I
planting. am
the nine- years of Win. T. Love, of South Dakota, vs. garden, paid her a visit. It Times-Union to correct the false impression
so, the mercury not reaching satisfied that this class of will
that it is grapes the Florida Southern Railway, C. C. is not very encouraging to anyone to as to the relations of the Florida
ties. The Tunes entirelysafe
says give better and surer returns than
any know that after and
toiling
planting a
Robertson, et. al. Orange Growers' union and the Florida
to say that it was the most fatal first variety tried to the time.I .
up present nice patch of garden truck, because he
The case is one of considerable importance Fruit exchange conveyed by the abort.
week in June Philadelphia ever saw
saw a vine at Rutland the
near
,
and 3-10 in may not have the means to put a solid The and distinct
concerns 1,833 acres two are entirely separate
there
when epidemic raging.
was no Withlacoochee river that last
year fence five feet above and below the surface -
DeSoto county. The railway company ; the latter is a business corpora-

TilE Tax Collector of Alachua county gave enough grapes to satisfy the neighborhood agreed to sell the lands aforesaid to the the present law justifies a covetous tion, the former an association of grow-
and then had
left
enough to
complainant under contract. and generally idle class turning loose a the connection between the
it is impossible to avoid makingsome Duringand ers, only two
says errors under the present tax law, make 340 gallons of wine-vine over subsequent to the epidemic Love few hogs of the razor-back variety to being that the union, in consideration of

and specially requests all property own- twenty years old. There are six products failed to make payments on the land. fatten on their crops. certain pledges, designated the exchangeas -
Wine
: juice,jelly, ,
grape preserves Recently valuable deposits of its issue be-
The
ere to look over the tax sale advertisement phosphatehave marketing agent
brandy and table use. They never fail TO THE FRUIT GROWERS OF INDIAN
for that county, and if their pro- been discovered on the property, tween the two is as to the fulfillment of
bear
to and
not affected by frost, mildew RIVER.
perty is advertised on which taxes have and a host of enemies the average fruit and Mr. Love tendered the money due these pledges, the union claiming that

been paid, it will only be necessary for kingdom is heir to. for the land, which was refused ; hence We would respectfully call your at- they have been disregarded to the detri-

the number of their the suit. ment of the interests of the state
them to give him An acre of the scuppernong family of tention to the matter of leaving your orange
and he will The complainant's attorneys are and to the injury of the usefulness of the
receipt, protect property grapes, when three years transplanted, shipping numbers off of your ticket, it is
from sale. Hence, let us have a new I Cooper & Cooper. Robt. j%'. Davis represents I union.
gives one peck of grapes to the vine, the very necessary to give this number on
and more efficient tax law. the interests of the receiver, I The manipulation of stock in the interest
ticket it facilitates
the
fourth year one to two bushels and the your as checking,
Fletcher & Wurts for the Florida South- of the election of certain
fifth year four to fine bushels; ay four and prevents two or more lots of fruit, personsat
IT is generally conceded that the State erntRailway Company, and Messrs. Bis- the recent meeting of the exchange,
bushels at the end-of five years. Forty- which may be shipped to the same con-
and Congressional Executive committees bee & Hartridge for C. C. Robertson.Mr. constitutes a violation of one of these
five vines would then produce 180 bush- signee being mixed, and should a loss or
acted wisely in naming the convention C. D. Rineheart will act for Col. Bis- pledges, according to the charges made.
els, which will mean 540 gallons of wine damage occur on one of these shipments,
days in August. What the people and bee who is absent at New York
now it would be There was not, however, a contest between
per acre; if diluted with water one-half impossible to promptly locate
the business men want, is a sharp, short city.-Tribune. the two between '
it will make, say 1,000 gallons.I the shipper unless the number appears organizations or
A Justice of the
political campaign.
will not enter into any further costsor THE HOME OFTHE HERON. on the way-bill, and it is impossibleto the men representing the two organizations -
Supreme Court and Comptroller are the
have the number the over the offices. Each organizationhas
what over-profits there are. The juice on way-bill
only State officers to be chosen. Both
when filtered and brought to the boiling While cruising around in the marshwe unless the shipper puts it on his ship- its own officers, and there were no
members of Congress are to be elected
point (this must be done in a porcelain discovered four or five lakes not plat- ping ticket. We earnestly desire that candidates nominated,suggested or talked .
members of the House of
Sixty-eight
vessel be ted the Government The with in this matter of by the union or by union men for ex-
Representatives and Sixteen Senatorsare ) can bottled and kept an indefinite on maps. one you co-operate us as

time. It is an excellent beverage, that interested us the most was about it will facilitate the handling of your change offices.
to be elected. From Brevard we have
free from alcohol, and largely made up forty acres in extent and near the centre fruit, and enables us to give you better The charges, as presented to the union'sdirectorate
to elect a member of the House. The
of phosphate of lime. It will be a com- contained an island nearly round and service. Yours trulyW. by the officers and executive-
Senator from this district holds over until
ing drink when fully introduced. The about fifty yards across. It was defended WATSON, Supt. I. R. S. B. Co. committee of the union, were by that
the election in 189.
next general art of making money is to put before by a belt of saw grass about ten yards W. P. LAWSHE, Agt. J.T.&K.W.Ry. board referred to the committee of investigation j

THE railroad commissioners have is- the public what they want before they wide, surrounding it. Pushing our way : at the request of those union

TROWERSCHAEFER.From directors, who are also directors in the-
know the barrier
its found
sued a circular announcing that they necessity. carefully through we

will meet in their office in Tallahassee, the island literally covered with scrubbytrees the Charleston flues & Courier, exchange. Said committee is to conveneon

on July 9, for the purpose of revising the HO! FOR MELBOURNE AND THE OCEAN loaded down with the nests of the i of the 11th inst., we find the following the 17th inst., at Orlando to considerthe

rates heretofore allowed the railroad com- BEACH I I curlew (white ibis), also a few white and account of the marriage of Mr. Trowerto charges and the exchange's defense.A. .

panies in this state for transporting fertilizer night herons. Even the ground was so Mrs. Bertha Schaefer: MANVILLE, State Secretary,

General Sunday School 1'lc:>ic. full of nests that had to be taken Florida Orange Grower's Union.
care toa.oid
phosphate rock, ground and bone Mr. Harold F. Trower, of England, A

phosphate and phosphates of every kind. Editor Florida Star: trampling on the eggs and young; and Mrs. Bertha Peck Schaefer, daughter Articles of agreement for the consolidation -

All railroad corporations and persons: The steamer St. Augustine has been birds. There must have been more thana 'of Prof. W. H.Peck, formerly of Atlanta, of the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key

interested are requested to be present chartered for the occasion and will be in thousand of them. Upon our approachthe were married at St. Michael's Church West railway, the Atlantic Coast, St.

and offer such facts and suggestions as: charge of a competent committee whose birds rose in a snowy cloud with yesterday afternoon, the Rev. R. S. Tra- Johns and Indian River railway and the

will aid the commissioners in duty will be to look after the welfare of harsh squawks and cries. Many of the Sanford
prescribing pier officiating. The mother of the bride, and Lake Eustis Railroad Com-

reasonable and just rates. Interested the children who may not be accompanied nests contained two young birds and also two of her sisters and a number of the pany, all to be run under one management

persons who cannot attend the meetingare by a guardian, and the comfort and two fresh laid eggs proving the fact that friends of the family were present to have been filed with the secretaryof

requested to express their views in pleasure of all guests. The steamer willeave they raise at least two pair of young witness the interesting event which made state.

writing and mail same to commissioners the dock, at Titusville, at 5 o'clocka. Concealing ourselves, the old ones soon two hearts happy.

m. Will reach Melbourne Beach at returned to feed their young, opening After the marriage ceremony the newly DIED,

CONVENTION OR PRIMARY. 12 m., stopping at all intermediate mail their long curved bills to the fullest extent .
wedded couple returned to the residenceof In Marshall, Texas, at the residence of

landings' Returning, will leave Mel- the young ones would take their Mr. and Mrs. C. Matthews, wherea Mr. Fred. Yorker, on the night of June

The difference between primary elec- bourne Beach at 4.30 o'clock, p. m., same turn in running their bills down the par- delicious collation was served. They llth, Mr. Lee 1'. Rice, son of Captain E.II. .

tions and conventions in making nominations day. Fare for the round trip, includingfree ents throat gorging themselves with Rice, of Titnsville, Fla. The death of
left here for New York, en route for this
gentleman far
from
for office is about this: lemonade, aboard steamer, and a macerated till young away
.
.. cray-fish suf.
"quantum England, and will spend several monthsin his home among strangers, has brought
At the primary a ballot box is good dinner, will only be $1.25 for adults The
pre- great blue heron re"ersethis,, pro- Great Britain, the best wishes of their profound grief to the loved and loving ones
pared at each polling place into which and 50 cents for children, who are not gram ; the old ones run their sharp wick- friends beneath the parental roof-tree, and inex-
accompanying them and the
the voter deposits his ticket containingthe members of any Sunday school going ina ed looking bills down the youngster'sthroat pressible sorrow to his many friends. Previous -
hope is to his
expressed by many that the departure for Texas, this-
names of the person whom he specially body, or as a whole school. and pump,him full of dessicated brightest of skies may bend lovingly spring, Mr. Rice had held, for some time,

favors for nominations. The process As next Thursday night the moon will fish, frogs, etc. Dame Fashion has about above them and form halo of a responsible and remunerative position in

is exactly like voting for candidate be light, every one can promise them exterminated the pink curlew (scarlet gladden and bless a happinessto the J., T. & K. W. Railway. Alas! the
their
lives. change was a fatal mistake. Being in
after nominations have been made. selves an enjoyable return trip by moon- ibis) or roseate spoonbill, but many little robust health, he did not take into account

Each man votes for the persons he pre- light, the steamer reaching Titusville blue, night, Louisiana and green heronscan NEW YORK MARKET REVIEW. the unfavorable character of the climate -

fers. When the day closes and all have between 10 and 11 o'clock. be found ; egrets are very scarce. where he proposed to make his future

voted, the names are counted and returns Ample accommodation for 500 people The king of all our native birds, the Reported by G. S. Palmer, 160 Bead st., home after his; and arrival as a. consequence there and very shortly
:Sew York, June entrance
14th,
1890. upon
from all the precincts are madeto has been made, and nearly every body i is stately sand hill or hooping crane, still his new duties, he was prostrated upon a

the executive committee. When the going. A dip in the surf is one of the thrive and raise young, nesting here and Receipts of vegetables for the week bed of sickness from which he never arose.

returns are all in, the committee makes grand attractions. Take your bathing there all through the marshes and flat show a large aggregate, and prices gen- Thus, a life full of promise has been cut

a canvass of the votes and the persons suit along. Tickets can be purchased at woods. He disdains either company or erally lower. Tomatoes in heavy supplyand short crushed.and Mal many the fond healing hopes balm have of Divine been

who have received the highest numberfor Geo. B. Rumph's and S. H. Ray's stores.S. concealment and builds his nest right prices ranging from $2.50 to $2.75 Grace be applied to every bereaved heart

each office are declared the nomineesfor H. RAY, out in the open, on the ground, of a few for fancy; and $2.00 to $2.25 for prime.A and may the lesson therein taught concern-
few fancy egg-plant have arrived and ing the shortness and uncertainty of human -
offices designated. Only Democratsvote of
one committee. sticks and grass. Woe to the meddle- sold at $5.00 to $7.00 life be blessed to the good of us all.

at Democratic primaries and Re- some bird or too inquisitive wild-cat, per barrel ; most A paper, published at Marshall, Texas,
arrivals in
publicans at Republican primaries.In STATE NEWS. possum or coon; even man himself, un- bad order, and selling at low contains the following paragraph: "Death,
conventions the candidates prices. A few cars of watermelonshave under any circumstances, is sad enough,
are less well
armed
had
better pass by on arrived but doubly so where the one called is in
and
nominated by delegates, from the sev- The Florida Press Association will the other side. The"strong, sharp bill selling at a range of the prime of life, and far from home and

eral precincts. Where nominations are take a trip to Chattanooga after their driven by the powerful neck would soon $25.00 to $40.00 as to size and quality, the loved ones. Mr. Rice was a most exemplary

made through primaries there is no op- June meeting. pick out an adversary's The fact and with the coming warm weather a young man, in the employ of the
eyes.
favorable market is Pacific Express Company and boarding
portunity to trade off or make "deals," Last Thursday night the dry good that he lives solely upon roots does not firm and anticipated. Choice with Mr. and Mrs. Yorkey, who, with the

and, therefore, the primary plan is apt store of Mayor C.'Buckman, at Daytona, militate against his courage, for he is pineapples in good demand.It assistance of Mr. and Mrs. Nance and other

to draw out the correct expression of the entered by burglar and than match boarders, did everything possible for hi*
was a a large more a for any of the native seems apparent that the primary comfort. .

peoples' will. The convention system is stock of shirts, neckties collars, silk carnivora. The "bird of freedom" even system will be adopted in Alachua county His remains were not brought home for

more popular with wire working politiciam handkerchiefs, shoes, clothing, etc., was giving him the right of way. for selecting candidates for the various interment, but were laid to rest in the beautiful

,-Orange County Reporter. carried off. The total loss is $125. RUTHVEN. offices to be filled this fall. where Greenwood he died-Communicated Cemetery ,of the city

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PROGRAMME OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.From .
HYPOLUXO. COCOA. Application for License.To .
EXCURSION TO EAST MELBOURNE. 4e

our Regular Correspondent Summer showers south east breezes
,
Thursday, June 26th, 1890. WASHINGTON, D. C., June 13, '90. and skeets are on the tapis now. Mr. J. M. Sanders visited Georgianalast the Honorable Board of County Commissioners i

Steamer St. Augustine leaves Titus- Friday.Mr. of Brnard County, State of
Hon. Commissioner Raum of the Pen- Capt. Denny O'Neal of New Florida
Keeper
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ville at 5 o'clock a. m., touches at every sion Bureau C. A. 'Villard, of City Point, was
is to follow the
inglorious River station got sadly left by the flotsam -
wharf arrives at East Melbourne at in town Friday.Mr. T. J. Eaton & Co., of Titusville, Bre
retreat of Corporal Tanner. A resolutionhas
for the fickle gulf stream carried it
vard
noon. The crowd will proceed at once E. Stiling made a flying trip to county, Florida do hereby respect
been filed in the
House directing the nearly all by, to be tent ashore farther ively apply to your Honorable body and
the at East Melbourne
to grove where committee on Invalid Pensions to inquire north.A Titusville, Friday. ask that a permit be given and the rightbe

the meeting will be held. After the into charges that have been filed with Rev. B. F. Brown held service in St.Iark'g granted to them to sell intoxicating
transaction of the usual business half mile front of west side property liquors, wines and beer in Precinct
reportsof the President relative to the conduct of :\ Episcopal church on Sunday. or
schools, etc., luncheon will be spread.It changed hands this week. Names, con Election District No. two (2) in said
the Pension Bureau.
The charges againstthe Miss D. Galbraith spent a few days
I county.
desired that sideration etc., am not at liberty to
is as many as can, will commissioner are scandalous, almost divulge at present. There is no disguising last week, with friends at Georgiana.Mr. T. J. EATON & Co.
spread their luncheon on the table. After belief those
to
luncheon the crowd will be free to go beyond unacquainted with the fact however that west side A. A. Taylor's boat,the Coquette, We, the undersigned being a majorityof
the which
process by pensions are ob- property is on the rise. I wonder if the has been hauled out for the summer. the registered voters residing in said
over to the ocean beach. Returning, the i tained. For Election
with District No. 2
one gifted ordinary respectfully con
fine has
for
steamer will leave East Melbourne at intelligence there is no necessity for any returns pineapples anythingto Mr. and Mrs. Hiscock, of Georgiana, cur in the above application and ask

4.30 o'clock, standard time. The schools lawyer or mediator in the prosecution of do with it. were visiting friends in Cocoa, Friday.Mr. that a permit be granted.

must return from the beach and be on a pension claim. The blanks, showing Many amusing incidents occurred: at N. R. Johnson; R. Freeman and Petitioner, E H Rice; Witnesses, J W

the steamer by that time or they will be the evidence required, are furnished direct the wreck of the Alexandria.: The In- C. 0. Blyth, of Indianola, were in town Mahan, A M Osborn. pet. A M Osborn:
left. The superintendent of school dians were there in full force accordingto Friday. wit. E H Rice, J W Mahan. pet. E De.
every on application from the .
department.There
Courcey; wit. J W Mahan, W E Gregory.
Jack Peacock who declares that
connected with the excursion will be is no occasion for a lawyer unless Capt. Misses Clara Sanders, Sallie Hall and pet. S R Anderson; wit. E DeCourcey.

expected to make known this programme : the applicant is unable to write. The all the Indians in the United States were Lizzie Smith, of City Point, spent Monday W E Gregory pet. E Nolle; wit. W E
on the beach. The most of them were Gregory J J Tucker. J J Tucker
to his school and be responsible for the con idea of having an attorney here to look in Cocoa. pet.
industriously removing from the top of wit. W E Gregory, G Nolle >ft. S R
duct of same on day of picnic. No disorderof after the client's interests is mistake' {
a Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson
Goodyear expect ; wit. J J Daly, J W :Mahan.
the bank back through the scrub the
,
any kind will be tolerated,and any damage that brings large returns to the pocketsof to start for the north very soon, Mahan. Blake; wit. E DeCourcey, J W t

to property of the steamer must be the so called pension attorneys, but plunder that the white man laboriously owing to the ill-health of Mrs. Goody pet Milton Grover; wit E De-
'
rescued from the waves and carried Courcey J W Mahan. W H Harris
up pet. ;
it. The committee
paid by party causing their clients derive no benefit for the ex .
I the soft and sandy hill. The papooses, I wit. Henry Titus, E DeCourcey. ipet.
will take every precaution against pense. To employ an attorney here is Titus wit. E
W
Henry II
in emulation of the dusky belles of Ha Senator G. S. Hardec and family returned ; DeCourcey,
accident, but will not be further held simply an additional expense to an applicant last week, from White Sulphur I Harris. pet. G F Duren; wit. C T Mc-
vana smeared themselves with lilywhiteand ,
,
Crory, Wash Barnwell. Barn-
responsible. for pension, who pays all the law I pet."a5h
rouge from the sticky boxes of cos- Springs, whither they went to attend well his xmark; wit. G F Duren, C T
Tickets at very reasonable rates can be allows for the simple sake of letting the the graduation of Miss Emma Hardee.
metic jetsam. McCrory. pet. J W Rogers; wit. John
had of the several superintendent alongthe correspondence with the department pass Miss Willie May of Rockledge. who I Myers, W F Futch. pet. W F Futch;

river connected with the excursion, through his attorneys hands. Then it is I! A number of the Lake Worth elite wit. J W Rogers, John Myers pet. John

and the Purser will have instructions to usually necessary to apply to some Justice -I have gone north for the summer but the taught school at Tropic last winter, has ;: Myers; wit. W F Futch, J W l, gers. '
accepted a position as teacher at Courtney I pet. Robert Morrow; wit. C A M Webber
pass no one (except on regular passengerfare of the Peace or poor local lawyer, to "Bon Ton" we still have with us. I and entered upon her duties last J W Rogers, et. B Wilson; wit. J. E.

) unless clothed with appropriate have the affidavits of witnesses drawn, would like to go north too, but I have Monday.A I Ender, :Jno )f Dixon. pet. Jno M Dixon; t

badge or holding properly signed ticket. who charges specially: for each occasion rented my box on the Hudson, to Mr. i wit. J E Ender, B R Wilson pet. R C
quiet wedding took place in Cocoa : Jas Silvertooth 0 F
Scrimgeour wit. ,
S. H. RAY ) what he could do for nothing, if the Arab Street, a young gentleman in the I ; y

){. L. DODSON, } Committee. Washington lawyer didn't hold the case. newspaper line,and his partner, B. Black, Monday evening, at nine o'clock, when, I wit.Davis Jti'3fahanW, pet. Henry, Barnwell Woolfe..hisxmark T W;
,, L. HCGHLETT ) at the residence of the bride, by the pet.
who shines in the most polished
The advantage of the Washington attor- Esq., i Smith; wit. T A Robinson Geo B Hull.pet. .

ney is not to be seen, and he is regardedin circles of New York. So I must "heim Rev. Jas. Bolton, Mr. Marcus Gouldwas Thos Mitchell; wit. J B Screfen,S A
LAKE WORTH. stehen" and in time writing en- married to Mrs. Laura E. Willard. Belcher pet. V Gailer wit. E DeCourcey -
his true light by those acquainted put my I
Geo W Mackenzie Jas Thomas
with his methods that is asa confidence vious criticisms on my more fortunate(?) The Sparkle, with its fresh supply of pet. ;
Warm and not so wet. wit. W H Harris, J W Mahan. pet. WH

Mosquitoes now give promise of a full l man who preys upon the ignorance of neighbors. There is one fact however goods, started for down the river Fri- Myers; wit S D Geiger, J C Norwood

the old soldiers. He is thoroughly despised that cannot be ignored-you must_ go day. When about opposite Rockledgeshe pet C A Gardner; wit. Thos McNulty; A

crop this summer. by reputable lawyers, but like the north to find cyclosis and enjoy 110 in sprung a leak, and to prevent her I C Gardner. pet. Thos McNulty; wit. A C
Sherman's house and stable Gardner C A Gardner. pet. A C Gardner
Josiah on
shade. and all know sinking the captain grounded her on the
the we
They :
quack doctors, he has learned a schemeto say I wit. Thos McNulty, C A Gardner.
his west side place is nearing completion. make money, and flourishes. Tanner that what they say is bound to be true, east shore. She was soon repaired and pet. R A Bobbitt; wit. W E Gregory, R

Preaching still continues every Sunday dropped onto the trick while he con- that the average Lake Worthite on his proceeded on her way. Richards. pet. M E English; wit. John J

afternoon in the West Side school house. ducted the Pension Bureau, and since summer tour, gives away his place of Daly, J W Mahan. pet. John Quincy
Hnggins his x mark; wit. M E English,
EAU CALLIE.
There has not much been beard as yet his expulsion has been practicing the residence by his queer and spasmodic J W Mahan. pet. M B Metzger wit. M

about the usual Fourth of July picnic, tricks he learned there. In an interview motions at intervals, a funny little bob E English, J W Mahan. pet. A H Curry; I

but it is probable it will be held as usual his week in one of the Washington papers of the head sideways and a corresponding Engineer Geo. Houston was home fora wit. J \V Mahan, M B Metzger. pet. S E
He is visit last Sabbath. Rice wit. R Richards, W E Gregory
announced upward hitch of the shoulder. ;
schedule time. of he
ebullition ,
promptly on in a joy
J F Mitchell witC J Howar'd
The Lake Worth Sunday school is still that he had made $100,000 in the last simply wiping an imaginary skeet from Capt. John Houston has moved into pet.Henry Cook, pet. C; J Howard; wit. J F

running with a very good attendance, year as pension attorney, and expected his ear, and it is cruel to accuse him of his new house on the Eau Gallie river. Mitchell, Henry Cook. pet. Nathan Webber

i and suitable wharf is built his yearly income to soon reach the I having St. Vitus dance (N. B. Thisis Mr. W. J. Nesbitt and Mr. Allan ; wit. M E English, A II Curry. pet.
as boon as a
W W Skinner wit. M E EnglishT'homas
canard. ;
more of the East Skiers will be able to figures $400,000. This opportunity might I a ) Campbell were calling upon friends on Lacy. pet. E C Miller; wit. T W White,

attend and will probably do so. be a great temptation to whom it be I Old Jumper found a large case in the ; our river Sunday last. J P Miller pet. J P Miller; wit. E C

of in our lastweek's presented, but the poor ignoramuses that i I surf a mile or two from the station and Two cases more of dry goods via Clyde )Miller T W White pet Lee Smith; wit.

A couple errors to crept unreliable inform pay for it ought to open their eyes.Since 1: hurried back to get more Indians to help Line from New York just opened at the M E English, P W Fields. pet. G B
items owing Hemmingway; wit. J D Crabb, E C Miller
ation. C pt. E. M. Brelsford did not go his exposure people begin to won j him. Denny twigged, and slipping down Hodgson Bros.' store. pet. J W" Jones his x mark; wit. W
der the President ever appointedGen. that way soon got out the big box which E G B Max
north although his wife did, and Mrs. why Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Stewart were Gregory, Hemingway. pet.
Raum to the office. At the time \ he found to contain a very fine carriage Ludwig von Koppelow; wit. J S Church
for
last accounts the Kathleen's
A. 3I. Wilder has not at among passengers
gone
J W Mahan. J R Watson wit. M E
he was practically at the head of the I; with a complete set of nickle-plated harness pet. ;
but intends to go as soon as Tropic on Saturday last. Engli*h. JV Mahan. pet. John Simonson -
firm of Green B. Raum & Co., Iensionattornr.s. i: both double and single. He easily
W F M E ,
lfj ible. Will our settlement be representedat ; wit. Futch English pet.
The other members of the I j set up the carriage, loaded in the harness Fred Gubler; wit. T W Smith. Wm K

It is too bad that Jupiter Inlet has been firm were his sons, John and Green B. Jr. j I and playing home, got under way for the the Sunday School Picnic, taking Wood pet. F H Boye; wit. J W Mack-

closed so long for it has prevented our Upon the installment of his father into station. He soon met O. J. and his place on the 2Gth inst. intyre, L A Brady pet. P M Fisher wit.

the numerous chief of I shouts O. J.-but Miss Alice Nicholson is suffering W H Morton, G Nolle pet J P Turner
boats from going up to office Green B., was appointed chums. Mine, Mine,
wit. J D Cameron J P Goldsmith
regattas, etc., on the B. I. R. Perhaps it the Appointment Division of the Bureau I', horses don't talk back. Denny soliloquized from a sprained ankle, but is recovering Edward H Titus wit., J P Turner, T pet.J

w well they could npt for if they had and John was left in charge of the office I : "Denny ye divvel get up, ye under the care of Dr. Hughlett. Eaton pet. II F Atkinson; wit. JV

been able t. have turned themselvesloose where he has continued to do a flourishing I blamed Irish jackass-or the Indians will The Rev. S. F. Gove will conduct the Rogers, T J Eaton. pet. R 0 Grover; wit.

amongst the B. I. R., craft, their business for the firm. lIe has been make a raid on your outfit-och hone." services in the Eau Gallie Baptist Frank Renaker, Milton Grover. pet.
Frank Renaker wit Milton Grover T J
;
owners would have come home with furnished in advance with decisions from And he got up to the station, vehicle and church on Sunday next the 22nd inst. I Eaton pet. G W Martin; wit. J W Rogers

Joog.er'faces and slimmer! purses than the department, which he conveyed to scalp intact. He says that all he wants Mr. R. P. Blatch is fast completing T W Smith pet. Jas Silvertooth;

they are in the habit of wearing-but his patrons in solicitation of their claims. now is roads and a horse and he is patiently the contract for clearing land taken wit. John J Daly, T J Eaton. pet L A

then again, perhaps not. He has bad his cases made special and waiting for them to come ashoreon from Capt. Carey, of Rochester, N. Y. pet.Brady L;R wit.Decker Henry; wit.J Egger.S J Norton T J Eaton., T J

AGENTS. called out of the regular order at pleasure the beach. He might get the formerat Messrs. McMillan & Blatch have almost Eaton pet. E L Brady; wit. L A Brady,
GENERAL PASSENGER offer but the inherent Miami. For the latter he may applyto 31 E
with no reason to completed the first of a series of T J Eaton. pet. F ALosley; wit.
of the firm. carpenter Lanehart who would sell English, T J Eaton. pet. J D Crabb; wit.
Hold a prerogative
Their Immigration Aeaociatlou artesian wells which they have contracted
T W Smith R Richards Herman
is the fact that Gen. Raum him a horse, a little stiff in the joints to pet
lliulne Meeting. But worse for in this neighborhood.Mr. Fischer; wit. John J Dalv W B Spires
in selling stock of a company of be sure, but he could get plenty of exer T W T J
From last Friday's TiulU- LYnw7I.-A engaged Chas. L. Tayler has raised in our. pet. Wiley Henry; wit. Smith,
associationof which he is president, in a worthless. cise out of it-and a saw. RUTHVEX. Eaton pet. A R Rose; Wit. N N Penny
meeting of the immigration settlement the largest cucumber
your
to his subordinates Robert Morrow pet. Andrew Ellen wood
refrigerator
general passenger agents was held ii patent flooded with circulars STANLEY'S BOOK.Staules's.lathenttoBook correspondent has seen in Florida. The hU x mark; wit. T J Eaton N N Penny

the office of Captain "'. M Davidson of. The Bureau was sample was sent by mail to Mr. John I l pet. T L Hudnall; wit. J W Jones, J W

the S. F. & "'., yesterday afternoon. advertising the stock, signed by the commissioner "In Darkest Aspinwall, of Barrytown, N. Y. Brown pet Geo P Bark ale; wit. E J
of Florida .. as president. Employes who Bowen,J W Jones.. pet. J D MacDonell;
The following representatives were promoted without further Africa." Captain McFaddeu's ways are still l I wit. J W Brown, E J Bowen.pet.Milton
purchased
road were present: G. D. Ackerlyof their part. One The undersigned has received the exclusive occupied by the Manatee, North Star Smith; wit. W M Walker, A H Curry.
solicitation on
the J. T. & K. W., Captain W. M. subscribed to the extent of agency for the sale of this great and Agnes, and other vessels awaiting:;,, pet. Wm Gibson; wit. A H Curry, S
Turner, who BeaL 8 Beal wit. Wm Gibson, A H
Charles
Davidson the S. F. & W., I pet. ;
of A. O.. $150 was promoted within a week afterward .. work, for the entire county of Brevard,, their turn. Persons t'isitingIac's ways Curry. pet. E Cobb; wit. Wm Gibson, A

Davies of the Orange Belt road, from a position of $900 to $1,400,, Florida, (with the exception of the town l will see no appearance of a slack time. H Curry pet J S Williams; wit. A H

MacDonnell of the F. C. & P., and G. N. and seven other clerks of like experience,, of Titusville.) It is designed: to canvass i Quite a number of our citizens went! Currv, Andrew( Gibson pet. Jerry Wait;

Bau&sy of the Silver Springs, Ocala and have had their names left on record with: the county, when everyone wishing to Tropic Kathleen ,. wit. Ellis Cobb, A H Curry pet. Edmon
over to per steamer on
President. Again the great pension Love wit. A H Carry Andrew Gibson
Gulf railroad.An the subscribe will have an between ; ,
held octopus Geo. E. Lemon, has been for opportunity Saturday last, and a large contingent of j pet. Louis Widman; wit. A H Curry,
i informal discussion was regarding weeks working up a plan to have special this time and July, when the work Tropic's residents visited Eau Gallie on Micbell Curly. pet. Shadrick Lenton;
inducement to immigrants and for lot of his old cases issued. Nathan Webber A H
consideration a will be the return trip, the steamer being well wit. Curry. pet.
home and steps were lacked some detail in evidence. Pendleton wit. Frank Renaker,
seekers preliminary that GEO. N. HATCH. Henry ;
loaded with the final
this dry goods, etc., on
held out
of Commissioner against J D Crabb.
series
taken toward the running of a The City Point, Fla.
j North and scheme for some time,but finally accededto trip.
special excursion from the
it and thereby put $100,000 in Mr.
l West during the months of September Lemon's pocket. Three days afterward Daytona will furnish a tug-of-war teamto J. N. Reid as president and A. B. LOST.

October November and December at a the Commissioner gave his note for pull against any other team on the Small as secretary have filed articles of Between Titusville and City Point, on

"t. rate which will induce many to take a $25,000, bearing Washington Mr. Lemon's bank, and indorse-drew east coast. incorporation of the Jasper Institute county road, carriage robe, colors black
to a
;.. trip to Florida. the ment money, on it. Then the President Capt. Black thinks that $30,000 will with the secretary of state. This com- and red which I would be glad to re

The matter will be laid before the finally called a halt and it remains to be finish the jetty work on Anastasia Island pany has a capital stock of $2,500 and cover. The finder will be rewarded.J. .

.. Southern Passenger agents' meeting at seen what the democratic minority of and asks for an appropriation for that a- propose establishing an educational institution C. NoiwooD,

Virginia Beach on June 17, by the Flor- [ the committee will having do in the charge premises.of the investigation mount. in Jasper, Hamilton county. City Point

ida passenger agents present. C

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6 THE FLORIDA STAR;" THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1890.


what was left over from mamma's, and NOTICE. CARDS.
HOT WEATHER FASHIONS the jacket was of royal blue velvet The A Novel Way of Communicating.
< Delmar Guancia who is In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Cir- Ocoax M. -
hat yaa 'A"picture hat1 of blue velvet, a Spaniard, Boas War:. A Oiuux.
with a circle of plume around the visiting the principal cities in this coun cuit of the State of Florida, Brevard President Abstract Brerard Co. Secy. Brerard Ab

OLIVE HARPER DESCRIBES SOME VERY crown. There wat a sparse little band embroidered try, does not speak a, word of English.He county, A. D. 1890. & GRAHAM strict Co.

TAKING ONES. around the bottom,just above expresses his wants by pen pictures.If Wignell &Tweltridge ROBBINS ,

a tiny ruffle. The stockings were of-blue he wants a pitcher of water, he shows vs. I Attachment.The ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
to match the hat and jacket. This is avery the picture of a pitcher to the bell boy.If Indian River Amount sworn r
Two Summer Gown* :An Innovation HlostraUd design lor little from he desires to attend a theatre, he shows Land &Improv'm't to $7,892.69.Co. P.Will o. Box 250, TTTUSTOLE, ,Brer and Ca. Florid&
pretty a girl v practice In all the 'oantieaof
the .
and Described-All Who Wish six to twelve, and 1* susceptible to a Do picture of a stage with actors to the ., a corporation Circuit and in the Supreme Court Scjfadf.Seventh t t t.

to B.Comfortable and Look Well Should number of changes. The rosettes on the hotel clerk, and a boy is assigned to take existing under the Damagesclaim'dlaw ties Correspondence for Examining solicited and from Perfecting Land Titles !

Dr**. In Cool Gown skirt can be omitted. him to the best show in town.NewYork of the State of! $16,000. to Spaniah Oranta. Money to Loan.C1&imantauadBtin 12D
-OLIVE HARPKX. Sun New York.
EB>Oorretpoodeooe. To the defendant corporation and all L. GAULDEN, "
NEW YOKE June 13.-The "hot \VeakneM ',Po itlve Cure. ether interested: .

enough" weather Is upon us, and happyare New York society girls now speak TO THE EDITOR: You persons are hereby notified that a writ of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

we if we are ready for it with the English with a more English accent than Pleace inform your readers that I have a positive attachment has been issued against you, ,
the British themselves. remedy for Ufa thousand and one ills which arise Titusville Florida.
that to be
cool ought worn the
pretty attached
gowns from deranged female organ I shall be glad to and your property to satisfy
by all who regard their comfort or their send two bottles of my remedy runs to any lady if demands of the plaintiffs above set forth. A. M. THRASHER
good looks. I saw yesterday a dainty Murdered by a Statue. they will send their Express and P. O. addrrsr. And,now unless you.shall appear before ,
Yours DR. J. B. MARCIIISI,183 Gene
dress made of striped wash surah in The death of Kenith, the half mythical see St.,respectfully Utica, N. Y the Judge of our said Court, at the ATTORNE ST-AT-LAW.

myrtle green and tan color, and I capt- king of Scotland, was one of the most Court House in Titusville, in said County P. O. Box 20, SANFORD '
ured a flash light picture of it which is curious and remarkable in history, if it A JAIL DELIVERY. of Brevard, on or before the 7th day Will practice In all t>e counties of thTsetentn
here for all to see. The skirt is slightly may be called an historical fact. It seems of July, A. D. 1890, the same being Ruler Circuit and Supreme Court. S
that Kenith had slain Cruthlintus,a son, Considerable excitement prevailed on and demur the declara- "
to
draped over a self foundation, and borePRE'lTY a), plead or & ATKINSON
and Malcolm Duffus,the king and brotherof the streets yesterday through a widely. tion of plaintiffs herein filed, judgmentwill JONES ,

Fennella; she, to be revenged, caused circulated report that three of the most be rendered against you by default Attorn
S Wiltus, the most ingenious artist of the desperate prisoners in the jail had brokenout and your property sold to pay the debt. eys-at-Laiv,

c time, to fashion a statue filled with automatic : careful investigation discoveredthat Witness the Honorable Jno. D. Broome, Titusville Florida.

springs and levers. Finished and absurdly enough enough, the rumor Judge of said Court, as well as A. A. T. SANDERS_

set up this brazen image was an admirable had some foundation, but not ex- Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the J ,
work of art. In its right hand Wil- actly in accordance with the facts. Three seal of said Court, this the 15th day ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
1 1ll and in the left prisoners had broken out with Scrofulous of March A. D. 1890.L. ,
tus placed a ewer an appleof will in
practice an
r eruptions on the face, neck, and Ihnbsut theCourta of the seventh Ju.
pure gold, finely set with diamonds the called in [ S.] A. .1\. STEWART, dicial Circuit 01 Florida..
physician prescribedP.
48 Clerk of the Circuit Court. P. O. Box. 23f.
and other precious stones. To touch this TITUSVILLE.
I P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root Money to Loan. FH
I apple was to court death. It was so arranged and Potassium) the renowned vegetable nJJR.

that any one guilty of such vandalism blood purifier and there is no doubt NOTICE L. ?'. DANIEL,

would be'immediately riddled by whatever that the patients will soon re Ls hereby given that six months after

I arrows shot from loopholes in the statue's cover. Rheumatism, Gout, Syphilis, the first publication of this notice I will DENTIST,

I body. Kenith was invited to see the Scrofula, :Malarial poison and all symptoms present my final accounts and apply to COCOA, FLORIDA.
i wonder, and king like (and just as Fen- of impure Mood are quickly re- the County Judge of Dade County for
nella hoped), tried to pluck the precious moved by P. P. P. and as a ready and my final discharge as administrator of M. I). L. DODSOX,
I imitation fruit. He was instantly rid- simple restorative it is gaining ground the estate of August Hars, late of Dade

dled with poisoned arrows, dying where dailo. Eyery druggist sells: it. County, Florida, deceased. DENTIST,

he fell.-St. Louis Republic.A HEINRICII HARS, TITUSVXLE: FLORIDA.
CORNS WARTS AND BUNIONS Administrator.
Aching teeth filled and
saved without
L } ''I Petrified Human Hand. Removed quickly and surely by using the UfjrvQ8. Teeth with abwwea treated destreyisg snecep.
Mr. \V. H. Jones, of Atlanta, made a \bbott's East Indian Corn Paint. Administrator's Xotlcc. fully. Roots crowned .ulxta-UUlly. Plates of
pure Para gum. Broken Plate
remarkable find in Florida a few days _.- -- -- -- fitting plates mended.
All persons haying claims against the corrected. Teeth extracted punle.i
SUMMER GOWNS. ago. This is no more nor less than a pet- FOR DYSPEPSIA Estate of Aaron P. Cleveland, late of 11O .ce on Washington avenue. 5W

dered with passementerie in Eiffel pointsto rified human hand. It was found imbedded Use Brown's recommend Iron Bitters.it. Breyard County, Florida, deceased, are ALTER S. GRAHAM M. D.

match the colors. The front of the in the sand, only a few feet from All dealers Physicians keep it. $1.00 per bottle. Genuine hereby required to present them, duly ,

waist is full, with a simulated Spanish the surface, between Rockledge and has trade-mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. authenticated, to the undersigned, within Office Consultation $1.00.
jacket, and the sleeves are large enoughto Cocoa, on the Indian river. The hand the time prescribed by law or .his notice Call Visits in TitulIVill $:.00.
have been severed will be pleaded in bar of such between 10 p. m. and 6 L m.will be d.ari"
must
claims.
drape an elephant's ears. A pretty many years ago, Conun ssiollel.'s Sale. doubt t rates.
silver buckle holds a velvet belt. I knowa perhaps by the Indians. The fingers are And all persons indebted to said Estateare Obstetrical cases, and cases outside the O&rpora
lady who is having this gown copiedin partially closed,the thumb resting lightly By virtue of an order from the honorable hereby required to make immediate tion are positively declined.

green and white striped gingham, and against the fore and middle fingers, :Minor S. Jones, County Judge in and payment to LEWIS
it will be lovely. It will be trimmed and it was a young woman's hand, one for the county of Brevard,ttateof Florida, OSCAR HALL, J.F.
with white lace. I of the most shapely, refined and delicate dated June 3rd, 1880, I will sell before Administrator.

Another dainty gown is made of gray that could be imagined. The tapering the Court-house door, in the town of Ti- This 27th of :May, 1890.Notice.. Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
tusville in the and State aforesaid
chambray, with plaid sleeves and panel.I I fingers, nails and dainty wrist belonged, between, the legal county hours of sale, on the, Titusillle Flu. !,t tR

The plaid is of sateen in green, pink and one must imagine, to a lady of great ';th day of July, 1890, to the highest bidder, .
brown. It is one of the prettiest summer I beauty. Near the wrist joint is the for cash all the right title interest and B. BURCHFIELD,
At a meeting duly called by law required .
dresses I have seen. The style is so clearly defined mark of a bracelet. Trace- estate, which George Warren, late of Bre of the stockholders of the Indian

simple and yet so taking that it is adapt ings of the veins, muscles and arteries, yard county, deceased, had at the time of River Steamboat Company, the articlesof COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .

able to any of the summer goods. The and the porous condition cf hand and his death, in and to the following describedreal incorporation were so amended that by mail will receive as prompt

plaid can be replaced with all over em- wrist indicate that it is the natural human estate, situate, lying and being in Bre- the paragraph which stated the general attention as calls in person.

broidery or the dress itself can be of hand petrified. The creases in the yard county, Florida, to wit: the south half nature of the business to be transacted, Address: Georgiana, FIa-
zephyr or Scotch gingham, with plain palm are perfect.-Florida; Times-Union. of the northeast J of the southeast 4 j of reads as follow: "The general nature of _
panels and sleeves. White mull or other northwest } also the northwest } of south- the business to be transacted shall be the LA RUE P. ELY,
thin material is very pretty made up after Utilization of Walnut Ix>gA." east J of northwest J also the northeast 4 of maintenance and operation of a line of
the southwest of the northwest
this model, but in that case a sash of It is stated that a practicing attorneyof south half of the} northwest \ of the} also south-the steamboats on the Indian River and other Notary Public for the State at Large. .

ribbon in the back would be an addition. Sella, la., has made a large amountof west i of the northwest } of section 20, waters of the State of Florida." Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist.

Both of these dresses are models after money not only for himself, but for township 21 south range 35 east. CHARLES C. DEMIXG, Secretary. CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof
their kind, and would form the basis of the Iowans, by buying up the stray wal- II. F. ATKINSON, --- -- ..- over 30 years' experience. Natural
dozens of slight changes which would I nut logs of the state and shipping them Commissioner. NOTICE.All finish a specialty. I\

adapt them to different tastes. I direct to Germany and England. Last Melbourne, Florida. I I
concerned will take notice that six _
Among the newest things I have seen year between 1,200 and 1,500 car loads ,
Notice. months after date I will final
present my W. MORTON
this mother were shipped nearly all in GEORGE ,
year was a young walkingin picked up account to Honorable :Minor S. Jones
the street with her child. This has Iowa. Few among the early settlers'ofthe Under and by virtue of an order issued ,
of Brevard
been quite out of the style for several i state ever dreamed of the value that by lIon. Minor S. Jones, County Judge of and County pray Judge for an order dismissing county,me Florida from, Civil Engineer & Notary Public,

The mother could out walnut trees would and that Brevard County, Florida, in the petitionof MORTOTfllURST
years. young go possess, the further execution on the estate of JohnE. HEATH, FLA.
with a big dog or a little one hung on a within a quarter or a half of a centur rafter :Mary V. Houston, guardian, I will sell Moore, late of said county, deceased.S. Surveying and Leveling, Architectural
the Court House
at before
string, or she could carry a cat if it so settlement. Thousands of fine trees public outcry, II. RAY, Administrator. Drawing, Township Section :Maps.
door of said Titusville betweenthe
pleased her, and I believe it would have were cut down, burned, or allowed to legal hours county of ,sale ajt on the first, Monday : Titusville, Jan. 6, 18 }{). 3S-6mo. Deeds, :Mortgages, etc. Blanks constantly -

been regarded leniently if she had had a rot on the ground, or split up for old in July, A. D. 1S90, the same beingthe on
her shoulder but her fashioned rail fences. Now Notice to Creditors Legatees hand.NAUMAN'S
monkey perched on buyers rum- 7th day thereof, the folio wing property,
child with her, never! The nurse maid mage every mile of territory in the stateto to-wit: An undivided one-half interest in and Distributees.All :

could take the children to the parks and find logs, and put them on the cars to a certain lot of land described as follows : persons having claims and demands NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
there martyrize them all she liked, and be carried thousands of miles across the Beginning on the east side of a public against the estate William II. Benest, as
fine clothes and pretty wagons were pro- ocean to be worked up in fine furniturefor road at the northeast corner of a tract of creditors, legatees or distributees, will take THE PIONEER AGENCY. .
videdbut no self respecting lady of fashion the adornment of European palaces. land now owned by ::\11'8.lary: Young, notice that their claims must be presentedto For terms and sample copies address -

could take her own little child along. -New York Commercial Advertiser. said point being 560 feet south of the north me within two years from the date hereof CHAS.H. NAUMAN,

But let us hope that the fashion in that line of section 21, township 27 south, range or the same ,will be barred, and persons Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla.Stanley's .
respect is going to change. Kojal Lunatics. 37 east, and 1613 feet east of the quarter indebted to said estate will make paymentto

The young mother in this instance The Gratz private asylum will soon deserve section post on the north boundary ofsaid me.
section ((21) thence east variation 2 55' ALBERT F. QUIMBY, I Great BookaS
wore a princesse dress of pearl gray silk the name of "Rendezvous des
feet J. and C. II.
east 440 on to O. Walton'sline Administrator of William II. Ben t late
Henrietta made with of Princes et des Princesses." Poor Prince & ,
warp a jacket to Indian River, thence northward of Dade county, deceased. ,
gray and black brocaded velvet The Pedro of Saxe-Coburg has just been along the river shore 100 feet, thence south April 28,1890.Schooner. -
hat had a brim of gray velvet and a soft sent there from Cannes. His mania was 810 west 120 feet, thence south 10 east

crown of the same. In front was a bunchof the fear of poison. He thought the republicans along the east side of said road 63 feet to MANATEE

pink flowers in a tuft of grasses. Of and the D'Eudists were equally the point of beginning, containing 76-100 ,

course the costume would not be comSTA..RTIDG anxious to cut him off. Prince Charlesof acres, more or less, said land being the J. lV. ZELLEIIS Master. ?
Lichtenstein will meet him probablyin property of C. :M. Houston, a minor, and ,
a few days. being sold for his use and benefit.II. This 28-ton Yacht can be chartered

The Duchesse d'Alencon was at this F. ATKINSON, for all points up and down the river, on o .

asylum, of which, I hear, Adelaide of 7 Commissioner. the coast, or to the Bahamas.

Hohenlohe, duchess of Augustenburg, is Commodious, safe and good accommo- r" ..
dations. The com
Further
still an inmate. Master's Sale. particulars addressTITUSVILLE plete.torrnf
FL.\. Stanley's recent ;,::
Princess Amelia of Bavaria nee Bor- "
Under and by virtue of a decree of thrillinpr adventures .-
bon y Borbon, is also at this Rendezvousdes foreclosure and sale rendered by the judgeof NOTICE and the :
Princes et des Princesses. TO TAXPAYERS.The :lisclosure of his .
the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial .
Prince Charles Lichenstein was driven Circuit of Florida, sitting in chancery at books for assessing the Taxes on ;teat will discoveries appear- .
k3 out of his mind by disappointment in chambers for the county o?Brevard, dated property within the corporate limits of for the first time I t'

never meeting in real life the woman the eleventh day of February, A. D. 1890, the Town of Titusville are open at Dixon in written the work by RE ADI t.l!!
that he dreamt of.-Mrs. Crawford in in a certain cause wherein The Florida & Gray's Drug Store. All persons inter- himself, entitled -
London Truth. Agricultural College, a corporation organ- ested are requested to make their returns.S. "Jr" Darkest IN
In _
ized and existing under the laws of the F. GRAY, Africa.rolumesprofusely two i *r- J U LT.
An Old Man's Insane Love. State of Florida, is complainant, and Sarah Tax Assessor for the Town of Titusville.A. illustrated ; price .
G. Gleason and William II. Gleason are $3.75 per volume. Sold only by gubacripttoo
!
News is received here of a curious casein .Do not be deceived by any of the eocaaei
defendant, I will sell at public outcry, in
FROSCHEE Stanley books"now being offered as "remi
I Watauga county. An old bachelor of front of the Court-house door of Titusville, ine"and authentic." To no one of these ba
1 72 winters by the name of Neil wantedto Brevard county, Florida, on the first :Monday TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Stanley contributed a line.

marry Miss Myra McCulleck, a pretty in July, A. D. 1890, the same being Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden AGENTS are now In the field taking. orders
and the work will be
young girl 17 years old. Neil loved the the seventh day of the month, during the July. Applicants should state p .li&bRo
tl I girl better than his own life, and when legal hours of sale, for cash, to the highest Coffins Cases and Caskets. member that Stanley own book,the all
he proposed to her she refused to marry bidder, the following-described real estate, one in which be has a personal interest will bea
1 I on the title page the imprint of
him. He begged and pleaded with her, to-wit : Funerals attended if desired. All orders
and finally she told him she never intended A tract of land in the village of Eau promptly executed and at reasonable rates. Charles Scribner's Sons

: to speak to him again. Neil immedi Gallie, Brevard county, Florida, described Embalming done.EDGAR.
as follows, to-wit: All of block "C" of said
!
i ately went away, and securing an ax, he
. f village, said block being bounded on the Apply to J. K. 3IART1N
laid his
I right hand across a log and with HOUSE
north by "Fountain Park," west by Pineapple Charleston,
,
s i t one. stroke cut it off at the wrist, saying Carolina.
avenue, south by Jouset street and South
.v it would be a mark of affliction Close to Indian River Inlet.FORT
;vd.r uponI'
r east by Indian River, according to a survey Sol Agent for South Carolina and
him for learning to love a young girl made by William II. Gleason, a map PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish Florida.
I' whom he ought to have known would of which is now on record in Brevard
-? never marry him.-Atlanta Constitution. county; the said block being the block on Oysters and Game by the Bucklen'srnlca salve.

I which the Agricultural College building is Millions. Boats, Wagons and Bug- TilE BEST SALVE In the world for Cuts
I situated, or as much thereof as will be suf- gies to take Tourists hunting or Bruises, Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum. Fever
t
A INNOVATION. Air: Unfortunate Error. ficient to satisfy said decree and costs of fishing. Good Road from here to Sores..Tetter, Chapped Handa, Chilblains -

plete without the eyeglasses. They lend "Confound a printer, nnrhoUYhat"R \\ !" sale. the Gulf Coast.I Corns and all Skin Eruptions
Purchaser: to pay for titles. and positively cures Piles or no pay re-
the
matter?
distinction, while the veil affords a sa- JAMES SANDERS, have Lots and Houses to sell in quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect
"Why, I wrote a sonnet to fiance'si'Wee
cure protection against mosquitoes and my Special Master. satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
other obnoxious insects. i t Footand they've' printed It "WebFoot Beggs & Palmer and Robbins and Gra- Edgar Town. Call or Address: 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &

The little girl's dress was made. ._ont of ,'"llnrpar'g. ,...Bun. ham, solicitors for complainant., 7 .A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor. Grey. .
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M FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY JUNE 19, 1890. 7 -1

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f \ REV. OLYMPIA BROWN.The A Duty to Yourself.It : TAE TB.OPJOAL TEl..1.TNE. LD.\TE.

Life and Work of a Famom.Woma. is surprising that people will use a JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA & KEY WEST SYSTEM.

Ph> her. common, ordinary pill when they can
SCHEDULE IS EFFECT MAY 14, 1S90-CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Special Oorrespondenca.] secure a valuable English one for the
CHICAGO,June 6.-It is not bodily size same money* Dr. Acker's English Pills Going South, Read Down. STATIONS. Going North, Read Cp.a ..

and strength which are positive for sick headache and t i Sa
==- give victory in the a cure t t "Ii
battle of life all liver troubles. small OOpm 1 4S&m 12 Wpm Leave Jacksonville 9 00am 11 50am 5 50pm j SOpm
They sweet
RIGHTEOUSLY INDIGNANT. says Darwin. are ,
Certainly 6 ZO 1010 200
St.
Augustine 7 30 1020
(lit 2 :0
it has not been bodily size nor physical easily taken, and do'not gripe. For sale t 3 30 J'i Fn Palatb Leave 8 50

H."Cither Wanted a Stop Over or a Good strength which has given the Rev.Olym by Dixon & Gray, druggists. 5 610 46 Ormond Dartona ,. I I 610I fS 32

lieason Why. pia Brown such victory and prominent* LADIES i s 2 t. I410pm
A man who boarded a cable car at the as! she has attained. Keeoing a tonic,or children that want bonding H iOpIl 8 50am I Leave Jacksonville Arrive I 6 30am!12.wpm I O pmS
corner of State and Madison streets the Mrs. Brown is a fragile little tangs* up,should take 4.) 139 9 48 Arrive,. Green Cove Spring Leave,. 524 11 Z9am j 53 ; .
woman, .-- BROWN'S IRON BITTERS. 700 2:15 1045 Palatka 1045 4 00
other afternoon had traveled about five with a small featured face of fine out- It Is pleasant to take cures Malaria IndigtS: 8 44 3 39 tl O"1pm Seville 1:5 938 2 46
jufles south when something he hadn't line, more suggestive of a refined and tlon,and Biliousness. :All dealers keep It. 4 35 123" DeLand oj 910 I :u ,
10:0;: j 2'i 115 II Orange City Junction 1 49 83In
thoUght of before seemed to occur to sensitive intellectuality than vigorous A Safe Investment.Is 1110 500 I 50" i anrord I 113 T 55 110

him, and he jumped up and called out persistent energy. one which is guaranteed to blingyou j 6 1 57>0 ,i! "" Enterprise'Iitulyilll .". .d-753 00 ,

to the conductor: Mrs.Brown was born at Prairie Round, satisfactory results, or in case of I .O&m 6 OS I ..., Orlando 1140 6 U I 1- ,
"Put me oft at the street just ahead." Mich., in 1835. She early devoted herself failure a return of purchase price. On 1000 I Tampa I 7 30 I .

The conductor nodded and the passen- to becoming a thorough scholar.and. grad- this safe plan you can buy from our advertised t 5!I t II. c
ger proceeded to explain: Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's 8 OOpm 213pm'I 10 5.5am I Leave PaIatb arrive 400pm 10 35am .l'J
You see there's an old friend of mine Xew Discovery for Consumption. It is 910 309 1135 ,Arrive Interla"heu Leave .3 09 'U ..-
guaranteed to relief in 1015 34S i1211pm Hawthorne 231 825
that lives on that"- bring every case, IHIO 410 ,,123 Rochelle 210
740
"Yes," said tile conductor, shortly, when used for any affection of Throat, 113 4 oW 110 .to. Gainesville .' 130 150 i
Lungs or Chest such as Consumption. 4 48 117 I Orange Lake II 129 i
"here's your street And he pulled the 5 40 213 I" Ocala .. 1:
Inflamation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma I .. I 3. j
bell rope. Whooping Cougn, Croup, etc., etc. 715 835 : 35 07 "' Lee.burl "to 10 38am '
/4. PttIlbertOQ
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: 910
"I don't expect to stay there long you : t It Is pleasant and agreeable to taste per- 9 ZO 30"I' Brooknille 815i
I know, and 111 want a"- fectly safe and Trial bottles free at I' S 3' "" Eustis .. I 905 ;
off r Dixon & T.nn-a 840 .
"Climb Gray's Drug store. ]9- ,
Tm climbing, sir, but I want a stop *Daily; t Daily except Sunday; f Sunday only. Train leafing Jacksonville 8.50 a. m. and Palatka ,
4:00 p. m. are daily between Jacksonville and Palatka. F ;

over. We Can and Do CONNECTIONS: At Jacksonville with diverging line north nit and west At Orange City Junction 1
"A what Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood for Orange City New Smyrna and Lake Helen. At Jupiter with J. & L W.Ry. for Lake Worth. At San
"A stop over. I expect to down Elixir ford with O.B. Ry. fur Oakland.Tarpon Springs,Clearwater and Gulf Coast point,and with Sooth Floe
goon F I'". J for it has been fully demonstrated to the Ida Ry for Winter Park, Maitland, etc. At Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Eel West Havana and
again in about an hour. 1J people of this country that it is superiorto Mobile and for Manatee River point At Punta Gorda with steamers for Key West Havana Punta
"We don't give stop overs. Are Rassa, SL James City and Fort Myers. Pullman Palace Buffet Weeping car on thronph fact mail train
/
you /i :\ all other preparations for blood dis- 1
i/ daily between Xew York and Tampa without change. For information call on or address
going to get offT"Certainly eases. It is positive for syphilitic 1
\ I/ ,! a cure D. F.JACK General Manager. G. D. ACKERLY Geal
but Tm going to have \ Passenger Agt. t
; a 11P1' '); poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim-
atop over or HI know the rea.son"- "'" ) } ',. 'f./I ples. It purifies the whole system and I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
The conductor took him the collar builds :
by f .:tf thoroughly up the constitution.
walked him to the door, assisted him \!I} For sale by Dixon & Gray, druggists.
out, and as the car moved on again the REV. OLYMPIA BROWN. OlydL S1erYlsh.ip; CC>.

passengers had a view of a man jumping uated from Antioch college in 1SGO, receiving Merit Wins.We New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.The '

up and down in the middle of the track, the M. A. degree from that in desire to say to our citizen, that

Waking his fists, cracking his feet to- stitution. tor ;years we have.been selling Dr. King's
gether and swearing by the bones of Before her graduation from Antioch New Discovery for Consumption Dr.

Daniel Boone he would sue that gol dang she had resolved to become a preacher King's New Lite Pills. Bucklen's Arnica

corporation for $50,000 damages before and when she had finished her collegiatecourse Salve and Electric Bitters, and have

be was twenty-four 'hours older.chicago she at once entered upon the never handled remedies that sell as well.

Tribune.A study of theology at Canton, N. Y. Mrs. or that have given such universal satis
We do hesitate
faction. not to guarantee
Brown was the first woman admitted tc
them every time and we st:1ntl-reatly to
Classical Wedding Tour. the school at Canton. She was ordained refund the purchase price if satisfactoryresults

Mr. Webster Tracy, of Rome, has June 8, 1863, and was the first woman do not follow their use. These

married Miss Carrie Adams, of Carthage. ordained in the Universalist denomina remedies have won their great popularity I =-- =_= := a. j r

This classical event took place at Wil- tion. In 1861 she was installed as pas purely on their merits. Dixon &
ton, Me. We would suggest that the tor of the Universalist church at Weymouth Grey, Druggists. 19. Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :
1
"happy pair" so plan their wedding Mass., where she preached fox (Standard Time.)
journey that they may spend a day or more than thirteen years, and was great. A Child Killed. New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.:

two in Athens, Belgrade, Corinth and ly honored and beloved, not only among Another child killed by the use of Pier 29, E. Ricer STEAMER.

Damascus; behold the glories of Etna her parishioners, but in the community. opiates given in the form of Soothing; Tuesd iv, May 27, at 3 p m ......IROQCOIS,......Sunday, June 1, at 3 pm r i',
travel a bit in Egypt, indulge in senti- II In 1878 she removed to Racine, and from Syrup. Why mothers give their children Friday," 30, at 3 p m..J.IIEROKEE.Thuooay, 5, at 6 a m

mental reveries at Gilead Hebron Jerusalem that time until the present has been pastor such deadly poison is surprising Tuesday, June 3, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE, .....Sunday, 8, atI! amnoon d
and Lebanon; visit Mars Hill, see of the Universalist church at that when they can relieve the child of its Friday, 6, at 3 p m ......SEMINOLE,......Thursday, 12, at 12

Naples, pause a while at Palmyra, pass place.In peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's Tuesday, 10, at 3 p m...... IROQUOIS, .........Sunday, 15, at 2 p m
I through Poland eat figs at Smyrna, and speaking of the work which she has Baby Soother. It contains no opium or Frid ly, 13, at 3 p m ......CIIEROKEE.Thursday, 19, at 5 a iu :

inspect the ruins at Troy and other done in addition to her ministerial duties I morphine. Sold by Dixon& Gray, drug- Tuesday, "li, at 3 p m ......SEIlXOLESunday, 22, at 7 a m
Friday 20 at 3 m.InOQ1:0ISThursday :'6 at 11 a m
gists. p ,
famous old Maine towns settle she that being convinced that
ere they says i Tuesday, 24, at 3 p m ......CHEROKEE,.......Sunday, 29, at 1 p m
down for a quiet and uneventful life in the best interests of the state would bE .... ...... 3 at1 '
Is Life Worth Living? Friday, : 7, at u p m. SEMIXOLE, .Thursday, July a m' t
Amity.Friendship, Harmony, Hartland, most effectually advanced by the en

Lovell, Moderation, Union or Unlty.Mt. .- franchisement of women, she has giver: I Not if you go through the world a dys For Information Regarding :Freight and Passage, apply to
Desert Herald. her earnest effort to this cause. When peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tabletsare I J. A. LESLIE Supt.. Jacksonville; 1. G. EGlR. Traffic Manager, 5 Bowling Green, New York 1 J "1
JO iS L. HOWARD. F. F. A., Jacksonville. F. IRONMONGER, F P. A., Jackaonville.AVM. .
in 1867 an amendment to the state constitution I a positive cure for the worst forms of P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents, 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia ; 5. Howling ;
Why It It providing for the suffrage of Dyspepsia Indigestion, .Flatulency and Green, New York.UALLORY'S .
women in Kansas was submitted to the i Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by .,

vote of the people oft that state Mrs Dixon & Gray, druggists.
Brown obtained leave of absence from I NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINES.

her parish and went to Kansas to canvass l. CHEAPEST' FROM MAKEf
tho state for the amendment. From l -
11 t II. New York Philadelphia Boston. :& Florida
July 4 to Nov. 5 she made 203;: speeches. f' 'it ;KanlyManfgCo; 1 ,

i She traveled every day and states that 'I'ONQEORGIA. Setting front FERXAXDIXA, Fla., Every TIIU'RSDAY1X16' .
D
of the most convenient and elegant I
one )J YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m.
II conveyances she was able to obtain wai P 1{ RAILINGS! GATES,
,
IRON STEAMER
a lumber wagon. I It" O POSTS, CRESTINGS \
Some idea of tho endurance and forti- K l .
That the little girlshould develop at 13 3 JAILS, ROOFS, STAIRS -; i Rio Grande,
who at tha ale of 4, into a vision of beauty tude necessary to carry out this canvassmay I I Capt. Connor.
looks something lilt* uhilethU be formed when it is known that i tit Cast Columns,

her appointments were not infrequentlyforty )TEEl Lintels, Sills, etc I State Texas,
I and fifty miles apart, and the only (:. I I t' Capt Williams.

roads were Indian trails, across wide '."
SA\ll MillS IMPAL'R ROVEMENTS. or San .Antonio
City
I stretches of uninhabited prairie, or mere ; Y ,

openings through lonely forests. To add ; BEST IN THE -- Caps Wilder.
to the danger and discomfort of the undertaking -
1IA I' I f4L HEW SODTI Passengers. from FitusviUe, Indian River and East Coast poi. ts. arriving in Jacksonville from J..T.II. .
Kansas at that time was infested -
I : KV.. lUiiwa; ), mike, connection with morning and atternoon trails for Feruandiua and Steamers.
with "border ruffians. ," half breed! I advertisedThe

I Indians and lawless negroes. i for Pictures am 4:15 p. m. train from Jacksonville connects with steamer at Feruandina.

II Mrs. Brown is the wife of Mr. Willes, I W ITE Prices or anythin Leave New York. STEAMERS. Leave Fernandina. :
of The Racine Times. Her hus- I need in
r publisher you Friday, May 30...........................KIO GH.\XDEThursday, June 5 :'
band has always been in sympathy withher : i METAL, ws can send it promptly. Fridav; June C,.........>..........'..STATE OF TEXAS,..............._Thursday12 .
-th little h.]y who.tnshould blossom out and they are affectioned companionsand 1 .. .........._......... 19
bill which la Friday, 13................_ ....... RIO GRANDE. Thursday, \
into an object mention this
kUdy days wan a :
perfect FauutlcruycLecchle y useful In training workfellows. She has two children., Be sure you paper. Friday: 20,.......................STATE! OF TEXAS,.Thursday, ,2G 4'
uU- hOn S to be afraidof and is the gracious and agreeable mis- I Friday, n 27. : GR.\XDE..Thursday, July 3

nothing -Puck. tress of a charming home. Like Lucy Friday, July 4 .......................STATE OF TEXAS.Thursda'y, 10
Stone she has never taken her husband's p. P. P. Friday, u.U',. : GRANDE,.Thursday, 17

AsLetl fur a Lock and Got a Switch. name, but is known as the Rev. Olympia: I Friday, 18,.................. .....STATE OF TEXAS,..............Thursday, :UFriday J
Father-So your teacher punished you Brown. A. V. H. 25 ................. RIO GRANDE, Thursday, 31 :
in school today? Is recommended by physicians because they see its For General information apply to ,.
healthy effects all aroundthem.A J. M. CUTLER, Gen. Pass Agent, 77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.
Hopeful-Yes: sir. ART NOTES.A leading physician in New York and director ol f G. M. HUBBY Agent foot of Centre street, Fernandina Fla.
"What were you doing" one of the large hospitals says Feb. 5th. ISM, lu C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y.
"Nothing, sir." seated marble statue of the Princess!i has made use. of the P. P. P sent him, and was,
pleased to P P. P. prottd efficacious in nurn -
"What else?" of Wales for the National Art gallery in her of cases ay and add it in no more than he bonldhave Egyptian Queen, Ripley, Black & White Antigua & other fancy Pine Slips & Suckers.
"I asked her for a lock of her hair." Copenhagen has been carved by Chapu, anticipated from the satisfactory combination $..1.00 1000.
of such ell-known drugs. Xunan's Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, per Ordera. ly.
"WellT"She Yonkers of Paris. A prominent railway superintendent of Savannah Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
gave me a whole switch. Beers is the name of the Austrian I I (name given on application) says he was crippled INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.

Statesman. sculptor who has succeeded in discovering .. eat by a without disease assistance in legs and, having arms, powerless lost the use to walk of bis or Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc.. and Mapes and i ;

a process for molding marble fluid. I limbs by rheumatism, malaria, dyspepsia etc. Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
Children Welcome. bronze is molded. Physicians here sent him to New York and they Nurseries Melbourne Fla.
as B. BEACH Indian River
precisely JOHN
,
Weary Searcher looking for board- returned him here, and he was as complete wreck 4
Millett's "Woman Spinning," whicl I I as one could te: and lit e. A course ot P P P. baa -- --- ---
I hope madam do not object to
you foi. made him a well man.
Mrs. :
late Morgan
sold to the
children. was P. P. P. is known among physicians in the South : .' .6. FINE SHOW GASES J JA
has been bought for $9,000 by a''I
Boarding House Mistress-Oh, not in $17,100, for its various and wonderful cures as the great
the Paris firm, who will take it to France.A blood purifier of the age.
least. I have nine myself.
off-Um- bronze standing statue of the lat ( v.ns --
Weary Searcher (backing :
er-if I decide to take the rooms I will Governor Hubbard, of Connecticut, was Blood Poison I Also Wall and Prescription cases,Cedar

send you a postaL Good day.-New unveiled a few days ago at Hartford. It Q Chests Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays
York Weekly. stands on the southeast of the capitol. and Stools. Cabinet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and #
I ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta, Ga. '
painting of the Parnell commission Banks. Catalogue free. Address
The big Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, old
Contradictory Orders. by Sir A. B. Clay has been declined -. sores, pimples blotches scrofula blood and mercurial -
Patrol Duty Adjutant-How ottenhave the Royal academy on the plea I poison and akin diseases are eradicated by
by Hosts of certificates in
the use of P. P. P. are
I told you that the duties of a noncommissioned of want of space. A portrait of Sir office to show the cures in these diseases where all A. M. Hamilton & Co., PIONEER COOPERAGE
consist in implicit has medicines have failed.Rheumatism.
officer James Hannen, one of the judges, other 1TITUSVILLE.
obedienoa orders. For instance, if I I
to been accepted. FLORIDA, Syrup Barrels $2.25. ;
,
were to say. "Corporal, take your men
Tip to the top of that tree," don't ask MONSTER HAMMERS. .1 Wholesale Dealers Gauged to order, ten cents extra.

**"How but do it like a flash of lightning and Repairing.

even if it takes you all day.-Pick Alexandrovski Russia, has a hammer Inflamatory, gout, sciatic and its kindred die.m Indian River Oysters Wheelwrighting
Me Up. which weighs sixty tons. It was cast I I eases with its excruciating pains are cured by the C. O. B. \
wonderful blood cleansing properties of P. P. P.Pricklr 1
Poor Mr. lltnpeck. 1874. ( Ash,Poke Root and Potassium.) Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers i
works in France there! I .
Little to I At the Crenstot from $2.00 up.
Fanny-Ma, are you going: FISH
made
tons. It was :
take with to Saratoga this summer is a hammer eighty
pa you Catarrh
? in 1877 and sets on an anvil block of 16C J JI TanksGreen r

Ma-No, my dear;he will stay athometh I tons weight. Turtle and Game. and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.

you.Little The Krupp Gun works at Essen, Germany Originate In scrofulous taint P.P.P. purifies the

Fanny-Well, I want you to I have a hammer of 150 tons. The blood and this prevents. LIPPMAS catarrh.BROS., All orders will receive prompt and careful attention T. JOIIXSOX, 4
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take him along, for when you are away last named hammer is the largest now Sole proprietor of P. P.P. ,letter whether or person.by telegraph, 17 LaGrange, :- : Florida.THE .- v
': }* doesn't mind me at all-Texas Sift used in the world. t Lippman'' Block.Savannah, Ga. ;>t
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MELBOURNE OF THE PAST MENTION.NEWS WEEK IN THAT. striped corkscrew ecru waistcoats pants suits., or and They the ones those evidently with with are black the no Pants Pants Trousers !


there to be ,
miscegenationists; seems w4G .
VICINITY
not a single half-breed among them, the

difference being as distinctly marked as We make PANTS and SHOES the Two
Placed in Pointed Paragraph for the Beadei propose to Leading Features '
Between Caucasion, Indian and African. o
*.Perusal.
The music of his voice is constant also, at
Fine growing weather, especially for
([far too much so lately) from the tuba ,r
mosquitoes.Mr. of the gallinipper to the "A sharp" (too !
S. F. Gibbs is shipping pines sharp) of the little-gentleman in black.A "THE BAZAAR"For
right: along from his place this week.
pleasant party from Titusville, consisting -
Mr. Ed. Morgan has bought a lot in of Mr. and Mrs. Hersey, Mrs. the future. Though we will continue to lead in LOW PRICES IN

the Long hammock property of JohnB. Lorimier and daughter, and Mr. Walter EVERYTHING in Dry Goods, Notions and Clothing. We have

Beach. Howland[ came down last week for a about 400 pair Pants in process of Manufacture, which will

Mrs. F. P. Hassler arrived here last seaside vacation,occupying Mr.Branch's POWDERAbsolutely be in stock about the 21st. Everyone is cordially
week from Hassler a Haven, on her way Ocean Bluff cottage. The house was
Pure.A invited to call and examine them.
north. She leaves on Monday or Tues rather small for so large a party, and
cream of tartar baking powder. Highest
day. they: were also so unfortunate as to of all in leavening strength.-U. S.
Jlr. :E. C. Thomas returned last weekto strike a most unusual spell of weather- Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. J". P. TTJn.KTESH. cfc CO.

TitusvIlle to assist Mr. L. C. Oliver. very warm, with no wind except light

Mrs. Thomas will remain in Melbournefor westerly wind for three or four days in T. D. GIBBENS GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM
a time. succession, making mosquitoes troublesome. Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law.

Mayor Andrews has so far recovered Sunday brought relief and an MANUFACTURERS' AGENT :ROBBINS: cfo CS-FI.Ai. =r A.TVf:,

from his recent illness that he is able to easterly wind, but too late, as the party REAL ESTATE DEALERS,

get around town again, and on Sunday had returned to Titusville. As Mr. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD A EXt'IIAMiED.
lowland[ telegraphed us on Saturday Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufacturers' -
Fee's
walked as far as Dr. place. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
night for rooms, it seems some of themare Prices,
Captain Hector is shipping some very P. O. Box, 25O,
discouraged but that they
fine pines from his St. Kilda plantation, not so Lard Canned Meats Flour
Porto are willing to try again. It would require TITUSVILLE, BREVAIID CO., FLORIDA.We .
both the common Key Largo, at least a dozen cottages to sup GRITS AND MEAL. Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list of
Rico and Egyptian Queen varieties. all of Brevard
the demands of Titusville. Correspondence Solicited.INDIANRIYERSTATE carefully-selected Properties in parts County.
Major Graves is rusticating at Melbourne ply RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property '
Indian River.
on ,
Beach, tAking surf baths with LACRANCE. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
great regularity. His shadow does not BANK. and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who
grow less under the treatment, either. Miss Carrie Norwood, of Titusville, may favor us with their patronage.No .
rela- Titusville Florida. Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
is out for a week or two, visiting ,
Nathaniel Downey starts, Tuesday, Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-
Incorporated under Laws State of Florida.
his old tives. lands. AVrite for
for a summer sojourn among priced Descriptive Pamphlet.
friends at Franklin, Pa. Mr. Downeyis Mr. Joe Gause left, Saturday morning Authorized Capital, $100,000, ------------- ----------- -- ---- ---- --
one of the older settlers here and for Oak Hill to spend a few days Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A GEORGE M. ROBBINS>resident.Y.LTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary.

well known on the river. He expectsto with his mother.Mr. GENERAL BANKING SACTED.BUSINESS TRAN- 33 0Tret27c3. jQLlostrstct of Title Oo.,

return in October.Mr. Larrie Carlile returned last Tuesday JAMES PUITCIIAUD. Prevalent, Incorporated A. D. 1889.

D. W. McQuaig and A. E. Bogue from quite a lengthy trip, visiting ,Yo B. BARXETT, VicePresident.WM. CAPITA STOCK, $;},OOO ; .'ULLTID ; XOX-ASSCSSAI1LE.

returned on Wednesday from their several places while he was gone. M. BROWX, Cashier. Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each ad-

hunt on the prairie. They had good We are very sorry to hear of the in- Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar- dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz.,$tliU
nett, J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.
luck as nearly everyone does who works disposition of our friend, Miss Rebecca "". M. Brown.
for it. Sixty alligators were the spoils Minis, and hope she will soon feel like Taxes Paid for Xon-Uesldeiits.
from four days'shooting.. I herself again.Aunt Every favor consistent with Conservative 1;" For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the WOrry and
annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss br Tax
31rs. W. M. Fee starts on Tuesdayfor Julia Coleman received some Baniini ex tended, Sale. 12

a summer visit to children and very nice presents, last week, from a Correspondents: Seaboard Xat'l Bankof Box 250, Titusville, Fla.
friends in Ohio and New York. AVe friend down the river. She shows them New York; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville.

hope her most pleasurable anticipationsmay with much pride. "YOUR: CE.A:: CE %

be realized, and that she may return The the Kentucky Grove is putting -
next fall much benefited by the out way new growth; is most gratifying, JACKSONVILLE r MARBLE CO.,, We begin this week intend and will making Slash improvements Prices and in convert our place Goods and into Cash. We

change. and it is remarked by all passers by :Dealers inMonuments

Messrs. C. II. Stewart, Joseph F. that it is certainly a beautiful sight. : MUST REDUCE STOCK. .

Chase and F. P. Hassler have gone, we We were the recipient of a beautiful HeadstoneIron This Sale cannot fail to interest anyone who should wish anything in our line.

hear to be present at the "Green Corn bouquet last Sunday, culled from Mrs.
Dance" of the Seminole Indians. Shear, Chaudoins garden. Her flowers are =m tt5 Fencing, For the Next Thirty Days We Will Offer (Our Entire Stock

the photographer went also, hoping to lovely, and she takes great pleasure in w Z Lawn Furniture .A.T COST !
secure some views of the dance and village distributing them among neighbors who >1 Z Marble,
::It Call and be Convinced that We Offering Genuine
are
as well as the principal chiefs. have none. = Granite, Slate,
=
Bargains.GOLDSMITH.
Mr. 11. W. Goode is taking the p
We received an invitation to attend a 0. Onyx.
"cincez" of the lower part of the county, a picnic just north of Titusville, gottenup Q == Building Stone, BROS.

having done Malabar, and when last in honor of Masters Trez and Leon .: Wire Fancing,,

heard from was starting from St. Lucie Wilson's birthday. Sorry we could not 3 Slate Mantels, -

for Fort Drum. If he enumerates all attend. Those who were present had a: Iron Mantels. E. L. BR..A.DYGroceries ,

the inhabitants he comes across what a pleasant time and an excellent Grates
very
representation Brevard would be entitled dinner. .A1'r'1-' Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
-- I II "'" ,
to. is the ,...,>- t :: ]
Mr. L. A. Coleman having :
.... II Iyy I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and
Mr. Willie Fee. who has long and .... .)000-<
large pond in front of his place thoroughly 00<1. ...
: """ .... ... ..... I.. Fancy
ably filled the place of telegraph opera- ditched and if he succeeds in draining -c -...c'."
,
,
tor here, will accompany his grand of it. ... ...... .................. I '1 ; .Po t,!. Groceries, Fruit and Food ProductsOf
it he will make a large pasture -c :>o>-<>-C 1 .. .;)00,
mother on her trip north, and recuperatefor lIe also received a fine lot of hogs from fi16'i').oj.... >-.c. I]..I I 1 )00 '... all kinds. Also my Stock oft
the busy fall and winter season. the river last week. Nice pork in jr:;;; I "

Willie has always been on hand, always up market will follow.In And all kinds of Tiling, Hearths Wire Mats, an Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Food & Wheat.I .
in fact anything made of Wire,Iron,or any kind
obliging, and we hope he will enjoy his a letter received from County Stone.Send for Catalogue, at the same time, stating the am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of
summer outing as perfectly as hp de Superintendent Jno. II. Sams he states ityle of goods you are in need of. as we have differ Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
,nt Catalogues in the different.branches of oui your patronage. Very truly,
serves to. that if Miss Nettie May Gifford teachesin uUlineu. 2!
E. L. BRA.DY.
The well-known face of Jackson Brevard'Co. she shall have charge of 25 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
---- ----- --------------------- ----
Scarber the Seminole Indian interpreter School No. 1 next term. As it was --

was seen here last week. \Ve received the unanimous wish of the patrons that EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.

an invitation to attend the an- she should, they will, no doubt, be STILIN""GT.A..-Y-LOR.
nual "Green Corn Dance," soon to be pleased to hear this. ,
celebrated. Jackson can read and write Cocoa Indian River Florida.
The avenue that has been cleared ,
English fairly, as can several other
from the llev. W. N. Chaudoin's placeto
young men of his tribe, and is anxiousto DEALERS IIST
the store is quite an improvement,
learn more. and if more such work was carried on

We forgot to mention, last week, the our little town would soon vie with any Hardware Stoves
pleasant social at Mr. Bassett's, at Mal place around for miles. It gives him a Crockery Tinware

abar. A number of Melbourneitesboarded view to the depot, as the wide road from ,
Commodore Bergin's sloop and store to the railroad is always kept nice J

were quickly transferred to the appointed and clean. AND AGATEWARE.Paints .

festal spot. We learn dancing was The 1st S. S. of Indian River will J
until second Annual Picnic S. S. Oils, Glass and Putty, .
kept up daylight next morning. join the oo. ,
From the facility with which some of Association, to be held at Melbourne TABLE and POCKET CUTLERYPlumbers' ,
June 2Gth. Our Sunday ,
the party dropped asleep next day we Thursday, and Mill
School participated last year, and it was
inferred that they had enjoyed them- enjoyed so much that we would not miss BARBED WIRE, ;
selves very much ; that is, had dancedfor the chance of spending so pleasant a Supplies, '
all they were worth. day among our co-workers in the same WIRE NETTING

So delightfully cool are our summer cause. Doors Sash Blinds

breezes usually, that we are apt to forget Brevard Co. and WIRE CLOTH, ,
how near to the tropics we are un- df

til reminded by some circumstance or a BRICK LIME CEMENT N Gins
breezeless day. In conversation with STATE BANK o :

Ue,". W. II. Stewart he said he never AMMUNITION

realized how far south he was until he COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED SHINGLES and LATH. ,
found himself on the top of the lighthouse K1.SII1.VU TACKLE.S1aip .

at Careysfort Ileef. It being 1889.CAPITAL G
Chan.d1ery: -c e>ds
nearly mid-day the sun's heat was great, : V
so he moved around the gallery to get I i Subscribed, $" ooo; Authorized!, Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com
in the shade, but found no shady side. tt1OO,000.ACCOUNTS pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

The sun was so near vertical that the SOLICITED Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges,. Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets.ARTESIAN .
tower did not make a shadow large
Money to Loan at Lowest Rates.
enough to shelter a person. WELL PIPE A SPECI..t.LITY.Catalogues .
DIRECTORS:
Having had good opportunities latelywe ALBERT TAYLOR, President. sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and

have been examining the mosquito JAMES HOLMES, VicePresidentR. estimates furnished promptly. -
tribe. We would like to know the re- B. HOLMES Cashier.
lationship between the fellows with the I i I J. M. Sanders. J. F. Wooten. STILING & TAYLOR.






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