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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 26, 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).
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1890. NO. 10.



LOCAL LACONICS. Pants, pants; greatly reduced prices. I -:Sir. W. R. Sanders arrived in town ] I"GREEN CORN DANCE"OF use for the first time at this annual

Rumph's. last night.A picnic.

THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. -Capt. J. H. Smith has returned from few more ot those odd pants at Their homes and farms are from two
THE SEMINOLE INDIANS.A to twenty miles from Talofa. They
his trip to Jacksonville. Goldsmith Bro's. raise corn, cane potatoes, squashes,

.Current Event of Our Town and Suburbs -Sir. L. D. Hillhouse pumpkins, watermelons cabbages cucumbers -
of Palm Beach, -Gents straw hats, very cheap to close :Festival of Four Days and Nights Du ,
Briefly Epitomized. and tomatoes. Their livestock
arrived here last Thursday. out. ration. A Few "'orthOOut this Great
Rumph's.
-The best butter and cheese in town Indian Celebration from Our Special consists of hogs, oxen and ponies. Of
-Sir. F.N. Price and wife, of Orlando, -Sirs. S. Graham arrived in New Correspondent Who Was Present, anda the last variety some families possess a
jii Rumph's.Mosquito
were in town last ThursdaBuist's ). York on Sunday, having had a pleasant Paragraph from One Who Was Not at goodly number.
bars and These untutored children of the
netting at Gold- the Camp,
etnith Bro's.Air. improved egg plant seed at passage. forest, when in full dress, cut quite a
; Philadelphia prices at Rumph's. Incubator for sale ; in use for one Our Melbourne Correspondent says : dash ; in fact they are quite tony. The
John McDonald The party mentioned last week a of Satsuma Bargains in challies, checks, muslins year only. Price, $30.00. William R. ,
the dance"of
having gone to 'green corn the shape of diminutive drums encircledin
Heights, was in town Monday. and light. dress goods at Goldsmith Campbell, Slelbourne. the Seminoles, returned here Saturday large silver bands, and are decked off

-Sir. 11. G. Freeman, of Indianola, Bro's. -In those new 4 in hand and Windsorties morning about 2 o'clock a. m. bronzed on top by a few fancy feathers and ribbons -

was a visitor to our town, Monday. -A week from to-morrow is the glorious those scarf loops are just the thingat and blistered by the ardent sun, having a lone shirt, with neatly-em
experienced many hardships, but realizing : broidered front big belt, leggings: : : and
-Scow for sale, in good order; length, Fourth-the day that Titusville Goldsmith Bro's.Rev. that they had witnessed scene upon i moccasins. The squaws dress in long

28ft. Price, $30.00.Vi1liam R. Camp- celebrates.A W. N. Chaudoin, of LaGrange, which few white men are permitted to gowns, like other females and use an

bell, Melbourne. nice line of boys suits! and odd delivered the morning sermon at the look, and an experience, which they immense quantity: of beads and silver
would not have missed on any account. ornaments.
-Buy one of those black silk handker- pants at Goldsmith nro' Suits from Court House last: Sunday. The Annie H. landed them at Fort Piercein There arc shoemakers, tailors and

chiefs, or a scarf.! Look in at Goldsmith $1.48 up. -Sir. James Holmes, Vice-President good season where an ox-team was dressmakers amon! the Indians just the
4 secured, and the real work began, oversaw same as in civilized communities. Your
Bro's. -No one bores better or cheaper artesian of the Brevard County State Bank, of
palmetto roots and grassy plains and correspondent saw a very neatlydressedsquaw
-Sews came to hand last Friday that wells than F. P. Hall, of Georgiana. Cocoa, was in our town last Thursday on through many shallow ponds the cayal- of eighteen: summers, seated by a

the infant son of Sir. and :Sirs. Geo. W 'Write him for prices. his way north. cade wended its weary way, passing the sewing machine, and running: it for dear

Morton was dead. -Sliss Rena Hines left here yesterday -I hats and general stock of abmdoDl'd"ilIa e where about one life to get a dress-shirt ready for a noble
year ago five or six: Indians were killed warrior to wear at the evening's: game
-Sirs. S. SI. Lorimier and daughter, for Hardeeville, on a visit to Captainand millinery goods closing out at cost. Sirs. I by a crazy negro half breed, who was in of ball. When the garment was completed -

Miss Laura, started for the mountains of Sirs. Hardee. Tubbs will not be with me after July turn killed by Martin, whose! brotherwas your informant examined it, and
4th. G. B. Rum one of the unfortunates. The cabins must he }had
Sir. ph. say never seen a more
Georgia yesterday. W. T. of Umatilla .
Whitley
still stand with their contents untouchedby neatly-executed piece of needlework ; in
Orange county, w.lsln town Friday -The Fourth. The excursion train on the Indians at least. the
Crossing
Money Money Money 11 to stop- fact it would reflect credit on a Londonor
loan on real estate. Apply to Bobbins & ping at the Grand View. this day will arrive about 11 o'clock a. m. ridge, about two miles in width another Parisian leader fashion. These ar

Graham I For sale Reduced rates on the steamer, which will stretch of low country mostly under tists charge: regular:: figures: for their
Titusyille Fla.
a full-blooded Jersey bull, arrive about the time. water was encountered: reaching nearlyto work.

Catholic services on Sunday next, ns two years and a half old. Can be bought same the present Indian camp, which lies These poor wards of the nation haveno

usual, in Masonic Hall. Mass and ser cheap. Inquire of Jos. Paxton, Rock- -Capt. John Zellers, with his schooner about fifty miles southwest of Fort Pierce. homos that can be properly termed

ledge, Fla. of Manatee, is in town again. His fine The party fortunately had been increasedat their own, and are being constantly e
at 10 standard
mon time.
a. m. yacht looks quite smart once she came offSIcFaclden's Fort Pierce to nine, among them being driven into the swamp The State and
-"Swinging in the hammock"' is delightful -Sirs. W. R. Moses, of Sanford, was some well acquainted with many of the general government seem to be perfectly

this hot weather. Call and get in town last Friday. We are pleased to ways, at Eau Gallie. Indians, and whose intercession and recommendation indifferent about their condition, and

from learn that she is recovering from her -We learn that Sirs. Deisner has purchased finally enabled the Melbourne do not extend to them any aid what
one immediately Rumph. whose had been
a soda fountain from )Ir. J. D. party ( reception
recent illness.Goldsmith.
-Capt. A. J. Lewis, an old Mississippian and anything but enthusiastic) to visit: the ever.Now the panic is about killed out
Crabb will
and who resided Indian River Bro's have just opened a dispense soda water at camp and witness, and even take part in their section, the old and decrepidones
on her bakery and lunch stand.M. in of the festivities
ceremonies. The
and some among:: the Indians are beginningto :
new stylish line of clothing which
about six! years ago, returned here Monday B. Bunnell brick-layer and if we may judge by the reports werea suffer. They are entitled to homes.
and the Grand they have marked at remarkably low and the
evening stopped at "howling"success, though Why don't they receive a reservationof
View. figures. plasterer, is prepared to take contracts greater part, in fact all but a yery few good, arable land to live on ? They f

-The Frost Line has been laid anywhere on Indian River. Addressall of the two or three hundred present\ got have never received a cent, and have t ,
-Mr.: Oscar Hall was among the arrivals up communications to Titusville) Flori- most gloriously and completely full, no as much right to it as the "Coffee Cool-

on the evening train :Slonday. He awaiting the arrival of a new suit of da. 29 fights were seen_,. and no person injuredin ers" out west whom the United States

started for his home at Indianola that sails which we understand are being made any way. The dancing was of the government support sumptuously.Our .
anxious he his by a Chicago firm. -Sir. and Mrs. E. D. Holdridge, Sirs. usual Indian style, but executed in perfect legislators are direlect in their
night so was to see
very Josie Woodworth, F. H. Fee, Sirs. SI.SI. time. The snake dance performedby duty when they fail to press the claimof
"better half." -Sir. C. V. Barton came up from his Fee, registered at Indian River Hotel men and squaws together was particularly these Indians to their share out of

-Rev. A. D. Cohen has moved to this i place at Lake Worth on steamer St. noticed for its graceful movements the public "crib."
Slonday. They started north Tuesday
on similating the crawling reptile, There is little connectedwith
and history
with his Lucie, Sunday, started on Slonday'strain a
place permanently family. morning's train. its in coil and then
forming a strikingout the Seminole Indians. They are
his
for Jacksonville on to
They are now occupying the cottage way Slessrs. Dixon & Gray !sold their at its victim. The return was ac- an old tribe, and formerly inhabited
formerly used by Sir. Sam Happersett. New York. complished without accident though Middle Georgia. The Creeks and Sliccosseekio -
soda
fountain Monday afternoon to )Ir.
Regular service at the Court House next -Sirs. E. SI. Moore has gone on a two several narrow escapes were made' from Indian tribes joined hands
weeks' visit to her parents who are Henry Titus for use in his new stand being bitten by moccasins. Two young with them, and all went on the war-
Sunday. near the railroad. Henry now has it in men started from Furl Pierce to wait! path. General Jackson (Hickory), withan

Before taking my annual account of spending the summer in Jacksonville, working order, and appeared to be doing the distance imagining it to be only army was sent to subdue them. The #
reduce the and during her absence Moore takes his about 15 miles, but persevered in their redskins retreated into the Okee-.cn-
stock I desire to greatly a fair share of business last night.
meals with the rest! of the stags at the undertaking, reaching the village in time Okee swamp, and pave old Hickory a
same. I will close out at reductions Grand View. -Sir. Geo. W. Hayden, the Govern- for the dance but without an ounce of hard experience in warfare. Finally j

from 10 per cent. to 25 per cent. Call ment special land agent, returned from provisions for the return trip. Take it they were firced out of their fastness

at once if you wish bargains Geo. B. -Captain R. P. Paddison returned Eau Gallie last night where he has been altogether the party had a very fine and then retreated into :Florida. At
Rumph. from his trip to :North Carolina last Fri- time. this time (1817) Florida was Spanishterritory'
at the Treutler hotel for week.
stopping a .
The Indians however
were
day and started down the river Tuesday
-Father.O' o'lc returned from his He expects to leave here for his home in eventually captured in Florida and

trip down the river the first part of this morning to look after some business con Illinois on Slonday. )Ir. Hayden was Our Special Correspondent, who was brought back to Georgia: ; but the invading -
the I nected with the East Coast Transportation present at the Seminole Indian Festival of the territory by the United
week. At Fort Pierce he joined very well pleased with Eau Gallie. He
Company. sends the following graphic account of States forces brought on diplomatic
party who went out in the country near went about eight miles up the Banana what he saw: complications that were adjusted only
witness the "Green Corn -Sir. Reginald Burton, of the Narrows -i River and crossed the where he the of Florida f
Fort Drum to to beach, A novel sight: ., especially for those:: by purchase:: from Spain
Dance"* of the Seminole Indians. has been staying at the Indian had to do many miles of walking owingto who have never had the opportunity, by the United States. {

returned from River Hotel for a week or so, by way of a been unable to get his mule team over can be seen every year at our very doors, NOUATEE.
-:\lr."T.. R. Knox
in the southern end of this
cl Sir. Burton is a retired officerof countyBrevard. -
Georgia last Saturday, where he has been ange. from Eau Gallie. By the amusing: comedy in JOSIAH THOMPSON.
the British and has travelled a
,
fur several weeks doing a little paintingand army question is meant the "Green CornDancc"
deal in Australia and other He COCOA.
parts. of the Seminole Indians.
a little railroading on the S. A. & Josiah Thompson died at the residenceof
is: now entering into pineapple culture.He This' the:great festival commenced
SI. Railway. That section of the State Miss Allie Martin of Indianola his son, Josiah Thompson, Jr., in
expects to leave here for his place was on the morning: of the 18th of June at
being his old home, he met quite a number week. in town Saturday. 1:30 a. m. and continued for four consecutive Minneapolis, Sunday, June 15th, from
down the river next
of his old friends while there. days and nights. general nervous prostration.. Thompson -
station start Sir. and Mrs..1. G Powell expect to The first solemn is the election
-Sir. Lawshe our agent, act moved to Minneapolis about 18 years
I Concert.. Closing exercises of the ed to Jacksonville last Saturday morning leave very soon for the north. bv the twelve counsellors of the tribe, ago, where he has since resided. He was

second quarter Presbyterian .Sabbath Sir. James Holmes left last week for of three chiefs-Big: Chief, Little Big:
with Sir. the a
to confer Ackerley, Chief and Little Bit Chief. Next in born near Providence, R I., June 9th
School. Thursday, July 1st, at 7:30 p. m. General Passenger agent in regard to business: trip to Slichigan. the order of dignity: cime the three 1816. He married his first wife :Miss

There will be an entertainment of songs excursion rates on the Fourth. Owingto Cocoa will be well represented at the Medicine Men ; the three Sages: and Nancy \\.. Ward, at Alton, Ill., at 21
and recitations. Refreshments will be in the of lastly, the three Managers! of all Tribal
break in the wire vicinity '
school excursion
a Sunday :: on Thursday. I' years of age. Three sons and one dau<*hter

served, the proceeds of which will go towards DeLand, the result of his visit to the Sir. Norman R. Johnson, of Indianola, Games these important and Sports.personage Then! the are names made of were born to them by this union. Sirs.

the benefit of the Sabbath School Metropolis was not known that day as left Tuesday for a pleasure trip to Jacksonville public, pretty much the same as in our Thompson died about seven years ago.

fund. xpected and Tampa. I Ilr political assemblies' and govern the About four years ago he married Miss
nation during the twelve big
-Geo. S. Adams and his sister, Miss The "Band of Hope" Senior Class of :\ R. G. Freeman, who has been stop- moons-one year.: This next completes their: Sarah A. Vail, who survives him. He

Virgin, who have ,been in Georgia for the Episcopal Sunday School return ping for the past year at Indianola, left cabinet. was known as a public-spirited citizen

bout twelve month, arrived here from their sincere thanks to the generous pub for New Orleans, La., )Ionday.Ii Aftpr the tribal government is form- and highly esteemed by all who knew
evening's train, and their ed and the members installed, the ex- him. lie was interested in Hardeeville,
Cochran Tuesday patronized
on lic who so liberally :\ Hattie Wilkinson returned Wednesday hilerating: sports commence. These
started for their old place of residence festival the 20th in*t., and assisted where he completed a beautiful winter
little on to her home at Rockledge from consist of ball playing: little and big:

Eau Gallie-yesterday, where they will them in paying for their window, Slurfreesboro, N. C., where she has been dances, wood carving:: cooking for big: residence ere he left here about the

stay for a few days before leaving for now ordered, to be placed in the Episcopal attending school. eat, big: fast, scratching limbs, medicine middle of Slay. He usually spent the

Their friends will church.Procet'd of sale of ice drinking: big sweat, bath in the lake, winters in Florida for his health, and
Lake
Worth. many Rev.J. N.Jones of Titusville preachedin then
:grand rubbing: and a general big arrived here in last but
l>e glad to see them again. cream amounted to $19.47, which with the Methodist church Sunday morn dince in a large circle in which all January was
entertainment of the tribe and their taken sick a few weeks before he returned
from previous members invited
funds a
Jacksonville and
exchanged
-Sir. ,L. C. Oliver started for ing evening having pul-
for window guests join. north and was never well a ain. His
to he will cover all expenses pits with Rev. J. Ik ltomi. The churchwas
last Saturday morning I
:' The present Istachatta Jessee, better many friends in this: section extend their
absent a few days. He returned Tuesday freight, hanging, etc. well filled at both services.A known as Talofa, is situated about five heartfelt sympathies to the wife and family -

evening. While away he purchaseda -)[ SI. E. Hall, of Seville, who was man named Lambden was intoxicated miles: from the northeast corner of Lake in their visitation of borrow.

fine horse, paying $300 for it, and mentioned in our last as contemplating in Cocoa last Friday lIe was arrested Okeeehobee. The location admirably
selected, from a sanitary point of\'ie\v.
'bringing it with him on a special car at- opening a general store at Fort Pierce, and given until 12 o'clock on on a larg, pine i island] where they havean Xotlce.

tadhed to the train. He say it is the has determined to open up business Saturday to leave the town.V'e are abundance of good,sweet water, from Titusville, :Fla. June 24th 1890.

finest horse ever seen in these part., and there within two or three weeks. lie glad to see the citizens trying to preservepeace. dug wells, and enjoy almost: perfect im A meeting of the Democratic Executive -

he hag bought it for his own special use has purchased the store at that place, munity flat-wma'ls-themosquitoea.from the ever-present' pest {It'thE' Committee of Brevard County will

for riding and driving.A I recently built by Sir. Rumph, but will Captain Murray Lourcey and family, The Indian village] : of Talofa is a easy be held in Tilusville, Slonday: July 7th

r started at six o'clock, make great changes in the building be- who have been visiting friends in Cocoafor I and attractive place of some thirty- I 1890, at 3 p. in. Every member of the

party of six \ fore filling it with goods. Sir. Hall' i is a the past month, returned to their five or firty'i warJls. These wigwam: Committee should be present.
a Tuesday morning, from the railroad i merchant and readily home at Sum}.rna, la-t week. They were I are constructed in the most artistic D. L. GAULDEX, chairman.J. .
|, wharf, for Canaveral, on the sloop, Mutual I I very energetic I accompanied by Mrs C. J. Schoonmaker manner, and roofed with palmetto
Life. Sir. and )lr!". Budge, Sir. saw that the trade of Fort Pierce and I and son Charlie. I leaves-a work in which the noble WOOTEX. secretary.

Turner and adjacent country would warrant his ;, There was an interesting game of b.1UI. skin is truly an adept.It rell-I
and )[ri!. Gruber, Sir. J. P. opening a large stock of goods there. played on the ball grounds, Friday between i is a fact that this camp is -Quite a large number of people left

Miss Stella Hale made up the party. Pierce will soon boast of two of the I two Cocoa nines-the"Butterflies" :only during the 'Green Corn Dance, Here this morning on the steamer St.
Fort
This trip was decided forJart week, but the and the "Horseflies" in which the "Horse a festival of great solemnity with the Augustine for a trip to the ocean beach,

-,'n account of the loss of the mast to the largest stores on the east coast, as ;, flies" came off victorious. In the eve- Seminole Indians of Florida. It is an at East Slelbourne. )jr. and Mrs E. B
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delayed until thisweek. Florida Canning Co., doing general ning the boys gave a dance in Hill's hall, act of thanksgiving to the Great Spirit
Mutual Life it was back this merchandise business at that place, carries which was E'njoyrtllt.a number of the in Choctomosee'; (heaven) for the differ- Wager and Dr. W. IS. Graham were

ThE'Y'are exacted a stock valued at about 20000. ''I young people. ent kinds of crops which they raise and amon; the exc ,18oni; tjl.k .

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Div Cannon burn Dr. J. H. McLean's Chills and Fever Advice to Mother .
must
bad
the orator. He is afire and
Jlri. Ws
MR CANNON IN ACTION begins: to pound the air. .Now more out. A few more gyrations, a few hard Cute is gentle in action, and warranted a .* :when children booTHisosjiRCTahnnMalwayi are cutting teeth. It reo

fierce and warlike than ever he draws blows at an imaginary antagonist with certain cure. 50 cents a bottle. beret quiet sleepandthelittlechenibawake the little rofierewt owe;ttproducesntaraL. .

his right fist to his shoulder and then wrecked book as a weapon, as a button." It ia M bncht
"UN- the now sadly Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, that Tired very pleasant to Uate/It
WELLMAN DESCRIBES
WALTER hurls it forth like a prize fighter who is is desk withso soothes thechn.1,8often theeum ,alUt allD4Jn
volume a
and the flung
Blood
upon Faintness Disorders
Feeling, Dyspepsia, regulates the bowels,and is the known ;
CLE JOE'S" ANIMATED GESTURES. about to put the finishing touches upon much violence that the ink will slop Eczema, Blotches, Pimples, Sallow for diarrhoea, whether arum* from teething reined

the peepers of an already waterlogged over and the penholders dance a jig with Skin and most diseases result from an impure other causes., Twenty-flTe cents a botae.

SVAsnu\GT0N. June 19.-In the Amen- antagonist. Blow follows blow with in- the eraser. Then Mr. Cannon sits down, condition of the Blood Purify it

can house of commons there are about a credible rapidity, and Henry Cabot the coolest man in the house, and thereis with Dewitt's Sarsaparilla. We sell and "The Gladstone"'

dozen orators and two or three million Lodge, of Massachusetts, and WilliamH. applause on the floor and in the gal- recommend it. Dixon & Gre).

gestures. Only one of these orators em- leries. WALTER WELLMAX. LAMP
braces within himself all of the mechan- Crain, of Texas, the best boxers ii Sudden change of temperature and humidity i tn -
ical auxiliaries to eloquence. Need I say congress,shake their heads at each other, of the atmosphere often produce Itnir4i> ,.or..brUit.
like W. H. Brearley, of The Detroit Jour- disorders i of the kidneys and bladder. Use ant white ii hti HJooaia
as much as to : "How would _
thai this great American gesticulator is say you r''MOr.Yurerauaertgakr.1 '
nal is receiving contributions to Dr. J. II. )McLean's Liver and Kidney -' than
many
the ardent the rhetorical to meet Uncle Joe with hard gloves? EU light softer thaa
the witty. of a testi- Balm check these troubles in their electric 11611&lDOra
the fund for the purchase to incip-
his movement.He !
The orator chetrfnl
member from Danville the Hon. Joseph now changes than cuter
The .. ...
monial from America to France. iency. j1- A .ner. h Q. Cannon? Mr. Cannon's repertoire of points his finger at his imaginary ordinary lamp Oil!
gestures is com- enemies on the other side of the hall, and subscriptions are limited to $1 each with, and the Dwitt's Sarsaparilla will renew and t i Seeig 13 Eeiar.r'I
identified
those already A" cnd.rfa/lamp
prehensive and keeps it thus among and purify the blood, eradicate disease and It is In-lniL infl'
complete. He is 1ll pointed with an movement are President Harrison make digestion easy. We sell it. Dixon smokes needs trisuoiny nor breakscklmneya.neverin Bert
half the statesof
of nearly
the
the model for all energy and per- ; governors ct Grey. ,
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ef the
the Union. r 1' oil; BO flicker.In
sistency which I ,no climbing of
aspiring youths ; the
rouse the admira- Appetite and sleep may be improved, tame.noaunoyaaeeotany
the object lessen recent novelties in jewelry are every part of the system strengthened and : aiud. and caDe
tion of all the Among! not explode. And
)imR which all new- in the cuff links of gold mounted and diamond the animal spirits regain their bouyancv twoules 11|ri n a d....
in the forenSic sportsmen wbltebgAl.10lo20
? comers by the use of Dr. J. II. McClean'sStrength-
and scarf with times klze &
tipped tigars' claws a pin brilliancy
field carefully house. "There, ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. Of Or odianrr Ao..;.
the man in the moonstone head of a cherub and _' tamp Finished in ester
study. says
Brass Jtickel. gold
or
I When Mr. Can- the gallery to his silver wings. Dewitt's Little Early Risers Best pill Antique Bronze Also
for Sick Headache and Sour Stomach. The Gladstone
non rises in his friend tho stranger I Extension Study Lamp
"is Uncle Sold by Dixon & Grey. for Clergymen Editors, Students, Teachers
seat and calmly She Got a Pointer. t Professors, Lawyers, Physicians and other
addresses the pre- f Joe's first gest- Two nun were playing a game i-f The danger of a malarial atmosphere' professional men.

--1 i': siding officerMr. ure. When he euchre in i drawing room car on tho File may be averted if you will occasionallytake The Gladstone Banquet Lantps.C .

Speaker there is little pre- That Is what your party first came to Con- road, and a little woman who had a seat a dose of Dr. J. II. McLean's Chills The Gladstone Piano Lamp
did! about fifteen Send for price list. Single lamps at wholesale
monition of the storm that is to come. gress, near by watched the play with great in- and Fever Cure.Dewitt's price,boxed and sent safely by express., -
But for his curling lip and flashing eye years ago, that was the only motionhe terest. Finally, as a certain plawas $Get our prices. Seeing ii Mutiny."
Little Risers. Most
the stranger in the gallery might be mis- had. He brought it out on all occa- made she asked: Early GLADSTOM LAMP co.,
cathartic liver
this another dull and sions. One day he leveled his finger toward pleasant pills ever made. 71 Park Place, New Yrk.THE .
led into supposing "Did he take that trick with the king Sold by Dixon & Grey.If .
drowsy speaker not worth hearing on a the Democrats across the aisle, and of heart&r"Yesin. -

hot summer day. To miss hearing one happened to point directly toward the ." the stomach performs its functions i-r eo

of Mr. Cannon's speeches is to visit late Sam Cox-peace to his ashes. Cox "He took your queen with his king?" actively and regularly the food of which it

Washington in vain, and if the stranger jumped from his scat as if he had been "Just so, ma'am." is the receptacle, is transformed into bloodof

have experienced friends at hand they shot and dropped under his desk, crying "But a is higher than a Icing." a nourishing quality, which furnishes

pull him by; the coat tail and bid him out as hd did so: "Don't do that t Don't "Oh, no queen, ma'am, the queen ranks one vigor and warmth to the whole body, the
wait. do that-it might go off!"' This sally remedy to give tone to the stomach is Dr.

The stranger is amply repaid for following was met with roars of laughter, in which below"Is that the king.so everywhere?* J.and II.Blood McLean's Purifier. Strengthening Cordial

their advice, for in another moment Uncle Joe heartily joined. But it cured "es'm."

this incar- him. Yes, sir, it cured him of pointing.He When all of
out sorts Billion
"Can't be no mistake: ? you get = INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER
nation of gesture 7a at once went to work evolving his "Not the slighted. Don't you play?" Dyspeptic, Despondent,Blood impure, Liver -

has saul goodbyto present system, in which years of practice "Not much. :My husband set out to inactive, lack of ambition, tired feeling

his seat and have made him perfect. He never learn ine, but I took all his kings with and everything goes wrong, just come to us
taken dared resume pointing till after poor i and get a bottle of Dewitt's Sarsaparilla.It .
up position and he got mad, and quarreled
my queens.
"
' in the uisle. Here "+lirt. Sam Cox was dead and buried. about it, and and"- is a perfectly reliable preparation and
he standsith By this time Mr. Cannon has tired of will build you up and renew your strength.
"And don't play moreno ?
you any Dixon & Gre .
about in the aisle, menacing )
either hand retting prancing
-
"N- f\ir. but I'll telegraph him
of his has : -fib cn
upon a desk, his enemies. Much energy within the next ten minutes that I was A beautiful woman must be healthy,
' the nervous been expended in I and to remain healthy and beautiful she
wrong, and that all is forgiven, and that
twitching of his f mauling rails, 4T. til return and let him even take the should take Dr. J. 11. )lcLean's Strength-
driving spikes, ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. It im- : /
fingers alone indicating bowers with ten spots if he wants to!"-
the impatience ff4? cartwheeling his New York Sun. parts tone and flush to the skin, strength,
0 f his V finger, and in imitating vigor and pure blood ; is equally adaptedfor y

soul. He is the old- all ages, from the babe to the aged, of
eagE'rfor .
Disconcerted at the Park.BroginPhwere's
.l either .
1J the moment lf fashioned wind- sex.Cleane

;vi Y.*1% 4 i,*,li his mill with his long A utriitlr first-claws machine, fn Tc '"T'IIlWand
-- breath and
-
AU n "a regulate
your *
your made from very best materials, bj i d /trkmeo
words shall have "Kewr- sir: Sever! arms. But plentyof T. n bowels with Dewitt's Little Early Risers. and with best tools ever devised fc. e purple.Warrnited .

brought on the serious business of the energy still remains Sold by Dixon i & Grey.A to do all that can be relit? ixpetted
of the very best typewriter extant. Capable of writing
moment-the mechanical eloquence in and he 150 ,,'ord'1er mmnte, or more according to the
which he so delights. A few more sentences quickly follows disordered condition of the stomach, ability of the operator PRICE. flOO.
With or malaria in the system will produce sick Address, PA1CIMI M'FO. CO.,
and this has arrived. menace at"Ah
moment Up my friends that will wanted. PARISH. K T.
the and the t a c k. Rushing never do." headache, you can remove this trouble by Agents
comes strong right ann or- I
taking Dr. J. II. McLean's Little Liver
ator, with that member raised aloft, be- along toward the Democratic side of the. y and Kidney Pellets. 25; cents per vial. tit 4POlf$ fAVQRITE
gins shaking his index finger. house, overturning a chair an.l upsetting I

Reproduced by instantaneous camera two or three cuspidores as he goes, he Mrs. Leander Wright informs us that

that finger describes the upper half of a finally piures near the aisle which ft I lie was cured of Chronic Constipation by

cart wheel in mo neutral ground between the two armies, Dewitt's Little Early Risers. Sold by

tion. You know and there sLin.ls as if daring the bravest Dixon & Grey.Frequently .

A, the spokes are of the foe to cross the line nUll meet him -
the gi-raffy? accidents occur in the household -
/1 Arca11W there, but you in deadly combat. Facetious Keeper-Right in front of which cause burns, cuts, sprains and
cannot see them. Sow his manner changes again, and
you. bruises; for Use in such cases Dr. J. II.
The stranger in with one foot upon a chair and his arms Brogin-Doan' tell Kelly Oi seen it, McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has formam"

tt' the gallery e- outstretched entreatingly he appeals toCannon Joanna. I laid him a five dolly bet lasht years l been the constant favorite FINE51BEST

comes alarmed. the gentlemen of night they hod no wings.Puck.A family"remedJ.Dewitts wooowoRK= Af1AeUMc$1StHii
"The man will the opposition to
XtAH \ lose his fingerhe 1r think ashe thinksto Little Early Risers are a little
Blasted Romance. pill that do not gripe or cause Jain. Small, 26 UNION_ SaUARE.NX 5AIt'll
t will shake it hasome .CAL.
"Miss Clara b the _J\TLANTA.G
*. gan young man, to take, afe.; Sold by Dixon & Grey. -
easy
l off!"exclaims the reason andunderstandmg. "it becomes necessary for me to speakto ST.LOUIS.MD. 11ll.. 1:1iIII:,. DA LLA5.TEX.DEAIF1NESSa. .

stranger. But In this you upon a subject which deeply concerns L n!'u!'pectcd disorders of the kidneys are IOzsrs-eJlnbf
.
his friends only stage Mr. Can- for of the ail- wltI :
us both. I will first ask you to recall responsible many ordinary & TII8UI CAt
laugh and tell non is winsome, to mind the last evening I was here. ments of humanity which, neglected, develop f.rta01..r wfaawher.all W..dL.AILaddlrF.1'trtl.Whispers heard.Com-

"I'm talking sense to you him the story of I even fascinating.A We parted, if you will remember, upon into a serious and, perhaps, fatal .1.SBr''walJe.h. writ.tra..k.trr..brat1..
now r whom sweet smile malady. Experience would suggest the
n new page the As I proceeded slowly across
steps. of Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kid. r
a waggish member once sent round to dances upon his the lawn the full moon came from behind use

Joe Cannon's desk to pick up that gen mouth, his eyes a cloud and enveloped me in a nev

tleman's lost finger. sparkle with good flood &f mellow glory. Suddenly, Miss

Meanwhile the orator has reached an- humor. But Clara, it seemed to me without a note of Balm.LBggr

other stage of his object- lesson in the possibilities none of the foe warning, I was overwhelmed""One -

of gesti- ir G 7 will respond. Not moment, Mr. Smithers," inter-

culation. Now he 4 a man would rupted the beautiful girl as she stuck in S

is emphasizing a come over and an extra hairpin and turned down the 25e HIRES' IMPROVED 23tOOT e

particularly em- fight him nor three-quarters oaT inch."h E r"R"
gas ? ,,1-\ FROM NEW YORK CITY.
phatic and belligerent "There's the record: read will any; rise in drawing her chair still u closer, she indi- I'! 111X113 <0 8roURGORSTRr.wa6 CASlUTMAdC' : Mr. A II. Hawkes-I>e u Sir 'ocr PATENT
sentence, it for yourselves." his place and con- cated by a wave of the hand that he jTitsP.Wii'I ;,\CF%i.\1EC FJVE GAlLCJfS. I,; EYE GLASSES received sonittixre since, acd am
much gratified at the.ordrrtnl change tlat
and as each word fess himself in the wrong. Whereuponthe could very ,
proceed."I has come over UiyrytttigLt since 1 Lave discarded
flies forth, the orator's mood changes once more, was about to observe. Miss Clara," OO f ERe ray old glasses, and ani now wearing )'oura

right hand, on as the sky in the west changes at the approach continued the young man, "that I was Secretary ALIX41DKRGAX Stationers Buatd, of Trade.
which all five fin- of a funnel shaped cloud. He overwhelmed by the onslaught of your All fitt The mot APPETIZING! and WHOLESOME
gers remain falls ,, warns the opposition of the consequencesof father's dog Grip, who ute up three TEMPERANCE DRINK In the world. !5 DIXON k OKAY, HTUbVILLE. FLA.
--- -- - -
heavily upon the I their perversity, their folly, which he weeks of my salary half a minute,and Delicious and Sparkling. TRY IT.

shoulder of Mr. I4 declares will "never, never do," and in unless your pa antes up for that sui: Ask your Druggist or Grocer for It.

Farquhar, of his eagerness to impress this upon their there is going to be war." C..E. HIRES PHILADELPHIA.
New York, who his head 11 the : __-=
; minds shakes ; strangerin "Say no more, Mr. Smithers, repliedthe
is so unfortunate the gallery becomes alarmed at tho young lady, rising slowly and painfully PARKER'S

as to sit hard by. j prospect of beholding a suicide by de from the Jenness Miller positionthat HAIR BALSAMCleanses
FINE
Mr. Farquhar,"The won't stand.*" capitation.The she had assumed but a moment before and beautifies the hair. SHOW GASES.
people
knows Mr. Can- wicked foe staring blankly at Mr: and pointing to the door, "Go. I ,', _- Never Promotes Fails a luxuriant to Restore growth.Gray 4i-Aik for catalogue.

non and he knows what is coming. He I or smiling incredulously as if will have pa send you a check for nine Hair tails Youthful Color. TERRY M'F'G CO., NA8HVILLE TENN. !

knows that Mr. Cannon's blows of em- doubting their own sins, the orator dollars by tbe.first mail."Clothier and -a__ Prevents Stx and Dandruff}I.MatDrnr.1't.and hair falling.

phasis have a crescendo mo\"emt'nt-.that rushes to his desk, picks up a book and Furnisher.

they gradually gather force ant] increasein raises it where all may see. This is one I
rt"ckleQ.-nt'66-und he soon retreats of his greatest acts, one in which the Ills! rust Kxperience.There DETECTIVES'WautM

amid the smiles of his more fortunate art of gesticulation reaches its climax- was a shooting party a! Blank
to Cointy. Shrewd under Initroctloas
to
eYery men act
neighbors the right arm as Hall, and among the guests was Sir X. in oar Secret Set-rice.Experience Dot' uaz.Partkaiarsfree.GranttanhetectireBareataCo

Yet Mr. Cannon must strike something rigid as the pedestal Z., a very bumptious and overbearingman. iUrdl.Ci:1uu'Q. ty

with his hands,and he instinctivelylooks of "LibertyEnlightening His next neighbor was a quiet,
about him for another victim. I the inoffensive country parson who had not A.: Hamilton & Co., s Y- .

Judge Caldwell. of Cincinnati, is sitting I World," the left reached even to the dignity of a living. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,

close by but he is a lame man. and the sinuous and snakelike Sir X. Z.'s manner to the meek little Wholesale Dealers in

orator is too brave and manly strike ,tempting the curate was about as offensive as it couldbe

him. Mr. McKinley is also convenientlynear enemy to behold without leading to a breacV of thepeace. Indian River Oysters HOW'S YOUR FENCE ?

but no one was ever known to slap and be destroyed.A /r t, The curate bore it all with exemplary ,
the back of the leader of the house nor smile of tri patience, and showed no outward We have the CHEAPEST and Best

to call him "BilL Mr. Henderson, of umph is upon the expression of his intense irritation.At FISH WOVEN WIRE FENCING

Illinois, was in orator's face as he the dinner table at night Sir X. Z. Green Turtle and Gamer .Wlro Rope Selvage.

the next seat a assumes that the and the curate sat opposite teach other

moment ago, but enemy are as and the conversation turned on the sizes All orders will,receive whether prompt by telegraph and careful, attention o .

he also is experi- much discomfitedas of guns and lengths of barrels. The letter or 1>erson. 1 7

enced, and when he thinks they curate shot with a small bore, and expressed -

he saw his friend ought to be. Then his belief in them.' Sir X. Z., PIONEER COOPERAGE I, a

and colleague he shakes the volume who had been in India big game shoot-
I Established IHt;! Tanks and Everything In tb I
rise he had concluded violently in ing, thought to crush his clerical oppo- Coopering hue. Thirty years experience.
discretionwas well simulated nent by saying: "I suppose you shoot

the better indignation- till "These are the facts!" with a really big bore "Not till today i Wheel-wri htilliJ Blacks nithin[ and Repairing _''M INCHES maR AT 60 CUTS FEE EOD.

part of valor and the leaves drop out and flutter to the ," replied the meek one. The laugh. a Specialty Lawn. Garden Gates Poultry toma and Stock Prkwslow.Fendnrall eoklj
'lass andwidths. >
disappeared.Thusleftwithou. floor like exaggerated snowflakes. But that went round the table was balm to dealers. Frclsrkt Paid. 8 ndfnrctrcu'ars.
hi iestuis WU1K1 WlKK HSOC ftt.. fHUMM*. ILLt'
no snow or storm. can_cool the ardor of the curate's soul.-Churchman. Tom Johnson, LaGrange,Fla.vi., .-AlHiLeel LAWlIi sad CEUL'TIUY I......

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t. THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1890.:3


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BICH CHILDREN'S DRESS."AS and apron over shirred it a at very the waist dainty with little white Optical Telegraphy.The c. JHardware. : : ., THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.A. .
drawing
flashing of a message from Mount i
strings which allow U to be ironed and
easily.
Reno to Mount Graham, 125 miles, by
OBSERVED BY OUVE HARPER IN .. B. CAMPBELL:
aid of the heliograph marks the greatest
I Gingham hats
made
with
NEW YORK'S BRYANT PARK. were worn with these sensible reeds little achievement in this method of optical General Produce Jacksonville, Florida.

-- gowns. I telegraphy yet made. It is, perhaps,not
was telling the result of
Whey Are Clad Loosely and with a, Ke- observations to "a mother of three,"and my generally known that the signal service MERCHANT. Knabe Pianos', WeberPianos Haines

san! for Health-.'The Rich May Be she said scornfully: department has been making extensive Melbourne, FloridaBROSI Bros.: Pianos, Morris Piano, Wilcox &

Careless. but the Poor Mut Keep UpAppearanee 'Oh, rich people can dress as they experiments in this direction for several White Organs and Chicago! Cottage Or-
.*' like, but poor ones must keep years, and it may wow lay claim to having gans. I will sell and Deliver at your
One
Says. up ap
the longest and most complete heliographing nearest station High GrndePian.os
pearances, and I thought itvas t
HODGSON
(Special
NEW YORK, June 19.-Bryant park,in alone in their happy ignorance of this I tions extend from Fort Stanton, in New ,

grew York,is the fashionable playgroundfor worldly wisdom and dressed in a Mexico, to Whipple barracks, in Arizona

the millionaires' children, where the make them both happy and healthy way, but Jo I more than 1,000 miles, with rami- General Merchants

prettiest and newest gowns for small I then the millennium hasn't got here I fications leading in different directions.The -oR-

folks are displayed. True, few notice yet. OLIVE HARPER. terminal stations, twenty-five or
them except the nurses of the unconscious -I I more connect with the general telegraph Eau G-allie, Florida. Organs"For

; little rivals and chance visitors. systems of the country bringing the almost

but they are there all the same. NOVELTIES IN JEWELS.A impenetrable reserves of New Mex- INDIAN RIVER. less money than any other housein

Yesterday I spent a good hour listen- ico and Arizona into direct communication the United States. I will ship a Piano -

ing to the happy little voices as the shows moonstone to much retort on a in gold stand with civilization or the governments.The Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the or Organ to any honest man or woman -

pretty dancers "Rung Around a Rosy" scarf advantage a recent. system: is of immense advantagein on trial, and if not satisfactory, I
pin.
and played "Little Sallaters.." Indian warfare where ordinary telegraph Day Week or Hontl. will pay freight both ways. $25; cashand
,
What did they wear-these little A crescent of open flower work in lines have not penetrated, and $10 a month on a Piano, and $10

ones, whose parents can dress them in Roman gold, with two tortoise shell where they could not be maintained in cash and $a a month on an organ until

solid gold or cover them from head to prongs mounted apart from the center, case of hostilities were they set up. Gen. Drugs Drugs Drugs paid for-not much more than ordinaryrent.
I
is On t.he8e"ery liberal
foot in one dazzling crust of jewels ii a new hairpin.A Greely recently sent a despatch to terms any-

.' ther wish? Their parents buy them sim- variegated gold lizard with emerald Washington from Bowie Peak, Ariz., I I one can own an instrument. Send for

eyes and having a diamond in the centerof the message being fbisbed from peak to A Fine Assortment of Free Catalogue containing full informa

its back rests between two gold peak over gaps of forty-five miles, touch- tion. Sheet music, Strings,Violins Banjos -
M DRL(!S Guitars Accordeons
and
in fact
,
,
wire loops in a ring of recent produc- ing at Mount Graham Table Butte
Saddle Peak, Pinal )Mountains Lookout PATENT MKDICIXES, every Musical Instrument that is made,

tion.The bright gold beads which were so Peak, Baker's Butte Squaw Peak, Bald SYRINGES: and at catalogues.very low prices.I have Send 20,000 for piecesof complete

Mountain Whipple barracks whence STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET
popular as ladies' necklaces last year are Choice Musical 10 cents per
formed into j it was transmitted: by the ordinary sys- ARTICLES copy.
thr A now being gentlemen'swatch
I | tem. The potabilities of the heliographare A. B. CAMPBELL
chains. Two or three strands constitute Kept constantly on hand. ,
tha usual specimens. not limited, however, to the 12o mile Physicians' Prescriptions carefully Juelisoll.ilh', Fla.
I record and understanding its value froma all hours.
compounded at
The skill of an artist is shown in lace
a
I military point of view, the signal service -
the South American J. B. SCREVEN Druggist HERE
pin representing department will not fail to developit I Affl AGAIN !
umbrella bird, which has an umbrella TITUS VILLE, FLA.
r..sible.I .
as far as p<
like its head. The colors of
plume on The heliograph is a simple little {instrument I
the feathers produced in several I
are
HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
and easy of manipulation. A
l colors of gold and are enhanced by RIVER BAK RY J. W ROGERS
small mirror is set on a tripod in such a I
of colored stones. Jewelers"Weekly. ,
I settings manner that the of the sun reflected Day
I rays
Irf \ from its surface may be thrown in any FRESHIIB1r DrCAKES: ; Before an intelligent! appreciative and
PIES
discriminating public, presents }himself
BITS OF SCIENCE.A direction and kept at the point desired and makes his bow, announcing that he

by mechanism compensating for the rotation I ETC. ALSO is a candidate for their favors good
I new electric lantern has been designed of the earth on its axis. These ,
wishes and-<'"dsh.S .
r in Vienna for the use of lecturers rays, interrupted so to show flashes of I Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger

I and medical classes. By a combinationof long or short duration, representing the ..\ blood is thicker than water, so Is

; lenses the magnified image of an object ordinary Morse alphabet, are watchedand I Ale and other Drinks.ALL cash bettr than credit. He propose to
I'I\O AEOCXD A ROSY. j is projected on a white screen in its nat- their variations noted at the distant get out of the old ruts and Sell his
pie gowns, so that they can play and run 1 ural colors. station.-Boston Transcript. ORDERS RECEIVE PFOMPT Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

and get their sweet rose leaf faces smut- ATTENTION.S. Cash.
of the electric currenton I
ty if they wish and their dimpled hands' The effect light A. BELCHER & COMPANY
\VhittierVs Mocking Hint. handles
the compasses of some vessels is so He a first-class line ofOlotliing
begrimed with dust and healthy perspiration i,
great that it becomes necessary to determine I j As I passed on I was reminded of an PROPRIETORS,
if they like to do so. And it is "
how many hours the dynamo has incident related to me on the occasion ofa TITUSVILLE, FLA.
i
bo
better for them, if it is well to rosy .
been running before working out the visit to the poet Whittier at his homeat ,
with perfect health, to have good appe- :
titer and sweet, sound sleep. I vessel's reckoning. { Oak Knoll a little over a year ago. It NEAT AND PROMPT. Both Ready-made and to Order.
was the:Sage: of Danvers' eightieth birth-
One brown haired little girl had on a A new sketching apparatus-for cyclists : His
dark green dotted India silk, made half I j has recently appeared in England. The I day, and while he was receiving a groupof

low at the neck and with short sleeves. I paper is placed on a small board in frontof literary dignitaries in his cosey parlorI -FOK- Gents' Furnishing DepartmentIs
and the work be was having a delightful chat with his
can
There was no useless trimmings on it. j the cyclist,

othing but a plain band and a belt 1 I I roughly contoured in about half the time charming the library.little 18-year-old niece Phebein JOB PRINTING Complete. Nobby Hats from

without ends of surah. Black stockings]M I ordinarily required. I II Phebe's love for the domestic pets is first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the

encased the plump little legs, and her':I The aborigines: of Xew South Wales ) only second to that for her uncle, and it most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and

hat was a great black straw flexible and !: show great ingenuity in shaping their J with intense pride that she exhibitedthe -SUCH ASLETTERHEADS Hand Satchels, too low to quote.
trimmed with tufts of green feathers. j harpoon heads for spearing fish. Instead was Llack cat which she christened For fine Cigars and Tobaccos he can-

Another a trifle larger may be 10 years Ii of sharing the wood up and down the great Van Winkle tn Joe Jefferson's honor not be excelled in the county.I .

old, had a white flannel dress with yoke, grain as we are accustomed to whittle, Rip bird whose in earnestly ask an inspection of my
and the mocking SOTE-II C.\DS
belt and hleeve caps of delicate plaid silk | they turn it round and round and chip keys are scarcely less tuneful-ongs than Goods before buying el ewhere.J. .

in pink, blue and white. Another little I it off across the grain.- those many of the gray bearded Quaker. 1511,1-1 HMDS, IV. Rogers.GEO. .
said called this one Fourth of
girl they
I The cat and the bird are in perfect ac-
July. as she wore the national colors. I STATEMENTS, E. CHASE. A. O. CHAPPELL.
t cord and together with the magnificent
With this she hd a large white leghorn Glad to Wear a Queen's Old Clothre.
Newfoundland which is always at Mr.Whiuier's CIRCULARS, GEO. E. CHASE & CO.
hat trimmed with daisies and sarah, like j j NEW YORK, June 19.-It is not generally I side form, as Phebe says, "a I' ,

the trimming on her little gown. An- t j t supposed that any society woman in I perfectly happy family of three." "How FOLDERS, SHIP CHANDLERY
cash-
other one wore a chocolate colored 1: New York arrays herself in anybody's I old is he?" Phebe repeated when I asked INVITATIONS, ,

mere over a guimpe of figured India !: old clothes, but a few of them have done i about the bird's age. hO!!. he is ever so HARDWARE
silk, and she had a sash of the same held ,
I I so, and been proud enough of the fact to many years ahead of me, with a blush PROGRAMMES,

in the .back with two motherofpearlbuckles. !I tell about it, though it does not seem to and a laugh, and then she told me of a STREAMERS, Patent Lop, fire Rope Biipi,

One pretty little girl. dark with ink I I have reached the ears of those gifted and i 1 visit paid to Old Knoll some time before FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS.
rather pretentious Boston gentleman
a
by DODGERS
black wavy hair and beautiful eyes and imaginative writers for some of the pa- who had remarked as he entered Agent for Devoe & CVa Points, Tule

with even white teeth and a rich bloom I pers whose vivid descriptions of the pet- I the library. \h. I eee you indulge BUSINESS CARDS, Life Preservers, Tent & Awning Co.,

-on lips and cheeks, was very unhappy be- ticoats and nightgowns of society lead- the luxury of a mocking bird. Well. Patent Anchors.BOAT .
she was dressed up in a splendid hesitate to WEDDING CARDS, GEAR OF ALL KINDS.
cause ers whom they do not specify I sir, mark my words you'll not keep him
blue and white plaid surah with a vest indicate remarkable in- .
would seem to a I long. .ISITISG.RDS, Correspondence Solicited. Telephone
of white sarah and velvet trimmings and boudoirs of those ladies.
timacy in the I To this sage observation Mr. Whittier 2CC.
a grand enough hat for the Queen of But there are women of abundant replied dryly "No, indeed, I fear not. SEND YOUR ORDERSTO .i".08.; 88 $ 90, E. Bay St.,
Timbuctoo, and she had tight; little wealth and refined taste who wear second -I He has been in the family for more than
and tight little boots and bracelets do not THEFLORIDA- JACKSONVILLE, FL4.Olyr. .
gloves hand clothes, though they go twenty-five years now. ; .
and a fine locket and chain. I found down to Bleecker street to buy the gor- I Whether that bird is still in the land

afterward that she was the daughter; of geous satins and cottony velvets which of the living is more than I can tell, but STAR

a tailor who delighted in seeing her in;: hang at the doors of the old clothes shops the fact of the possibility of a mocking FOR SALE,

the finest array: but poor little heart!. in such tempting magnificence. bird's longevity is to my mind well established JOB PRINTING OFFICE, THE ELEGANT

she cast longing glances at the group I No, the possession of these castoffs im- I if only on bright eyed Phebe's

who were playing "Little Sally Waters"in I plies a voyage across the sea and stamps : authority.-New York Herald. Notice. RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF

all the joyous abandon that loose, the owner at once as a woman of means

comfortable and not too fine garment i'I and opportunities. For they are the I A Clergyman' Extraordinary Death. In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial L. E. BARNES,

allow.In once or twice worn toilets of_royalty, i The Rev. A. J. Johnson, vicar of_ Tof- Circuit of Florida, in awl for Urevard ROCK LEDGE, FLA.,

that group the big sister was dressedf I and are only to be obtained by the fortu!I trees, near Fakenham, Norfolk died a I County, A. D. Ih90.-la Chancery. Containing Seven and One-Third

victory on the tennis ground. She nate few who can get in to the annual few weeks ago in the Norfolk and Norwich Lncinda Tattle, widowComplainant. 1) Acres of Land front ins on Indian Hirer.

wore a white polka dot flannel in pink sale of costumes of Queen Margherita hospital under extraordinary cir i Lame Roomy RESIDENCE ele-

and white with an old rose sash held by of Italy. And it by no means follows I cumstances. In the niid,Uf of the past i vs. SantlFinished.. Also a Three-Room
an enormous slide and she wore a close that because they are second handed i I winter the reverend gentleman wandered J. D.)Ia<. elllattie Foreclosure of COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of

capon her chestnut curls. they are cheap. The modern kings and j i from home. his mind twin sup- D. Macdonell, Lucive f\ Mortgage the most desirable places in Rock Ledge:
away Carter II. C. Carter &
had blouse i I
a from
One of the little ones have degenerated hammock.
to
queens appear I posed to have been to some P xtt-ut af- Charlie Miller. I
suit of striped dark blue and white the lavishness of splendor attributed to fected at the time by the pivaftire ofpecuniary Defendants. J For price, terms etc.,apply to

gingham trimmed with bands of white old time sovereigns and to have a thrifty troubles and ten days after It appearing from the affidavit of the Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla.
tape. Another bad a pretty little stripedgingham satisfaction in turning an honest penny. Bramer-
in at
he was found a shrubbery agent of the complainant,filed in this cause
in apple green and gray worn Queen Margherita is a beautiful wom- ton. near Norwich. When discoveredhe that the defendant. II. C. Carter is over 21 A. L. Hatch & Son,

over a white guimpe. the dress trimmed an, and is said to be one of the best was badly frostbitten and almost unconscious years of age and a non-resident of the DEALERS Ci

with flat bands of gray and white bro- dressed in Europe. The exigencies of I and it appeared that not only State of Florida, and the return of the

cade. The other one wore a pink chambray court life,with its brilliant pageants and had he been exposed to severe weatherfor Sheriff to the subpoena is-ued in said cause DRY GOODS NOTIONS

made quite plain hiffh in. thengck. ceremonials, require a great many. ten days but that he had also been showing due service on the other defendant. ,
did toilets in the course of the ) SI\len-1 during that poriod.tile and that the defendant II. C. Carter can-
starring
at j not be found in IJrevard County but LJ believed Hardware Saddlery
the same one can only figure he was lying at Bra'aerton he seemsto Crockery, ,
j functions. Nor can : to be in Brunswick in 'the State of Family Medi-
three of these grand have been partially covered by a Stationery,

'j it be supposed that any pretty woman j;I heavy fall of snow. He xrus removedto Georgia.It i therefore. ordered that said II. C. cines, Garden SecJs, .

neglects to live up to her opportunities j'I .the Norfolk and Norwich hospital, Carter do plead, answer or demur to com- CHOICE GROCERIES,
So
1 1'J and to fulfill these requirements. at but after a time one of his feet dropped plainant's bill of complaint on or before

the end of the year the accumulation of I; off and a portion of the .,.a-T had to be the lt Monday in Jnly, A. D. 18VO, being Hay, Corn, Hapes Fertilizers.

Ii," scarcely worn fine gowns is sold to the j removed the rest being amputated a tl.e 7th day of the month, or said bill will CITY POINT FLORIDA.

highest bidders by a court chamberlain j few days since. The reverend gentleman be taken against him confessed, and Said

,: or some other royal functionary with II gradually sank and then expired.A .- c.aufill be allowed as to him, to proceed

} much pomp and circumstance. Happy exparte.It & CO.
r F A is the American woman with money in j I is further ordered that this order toepc.ible O S r L'Engle

t -a u- her who gets into one of these : A ;; Haven man placed a pi?fon publL-bed with a- little delay as ,
purse
most exclusive auctions but oh thrice F H Ut*t of: -jps a short time ago. A w.0\1 in the Fi ,nix>A STAR published at Titus- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

and four times happy. as lli."irbil remarks i"it'r a hen flew into the nest drove tll"I rule, Florida, once a week for four consecutive Glassware
I Crockery ,
creeks.Witnex
,
who brings home and. after destroying -
the woman i. ;.J1 away
t die Honorable John D. Broome,
with her. as did the wife of a rich New -';.>. laid one of her own. The pigponreturaAl Judge of the* said Circuit Cuurt, as well as House-Furnishing,

Yorker lately. a sumptuous gown of t and kept .the hen's egg warmfor A. A. Stewart, clerk thereof and the seal of Lamps. Oil, $. J'llJOlStot.es,
green velvet.with a train of royal length i twentfomdays.. and a day or two said court at the Court home in Titus-

and strange unique metallic embroideries I nqro a little white chicken was found in yule:, this 'ith day of June, A. D. 1&90. | 'Gate G'ily-Sfolle Filters.
.
the nest. As the pigeon foszd s.<:'-
make woman A. A. STEWART
calculated to every ,
the chicken. It WAS |:We solicit the patronage of
trouble in feeding :
her in it mentally inquire, Clerk of the Circuit.Court.
t
who saw I neighbours of the
in brooder. and iitrrr the pigeon our
a
placed
"Where in the world did she get that BOBBINS GRAHAM, II
heartbroken. COAST.
i* Solicitors' EAST
?* HENRY R. EUJOT Complainant's ,
gown
t" "LITTLE 8ALUZ: WATTES.inrlilii'lilUlF .-

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THE FLORIDA STAR. THE Dispatch,Independent Republican, I We have been informed that Mr. WE'LL' CELEBRATE LAKE WORTH- '

published in Auburn, N. Y., the home Steve Ellis has moved from the Norwood Genuine Summer weather
breezy and.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.ELlin. of William H. Seward, remarks: "Mr. place to his own out on Salt Lake, '' PROGRAMME FOR JULY FOURTH. pleasant.Mrs. t',

WAGER Editor and PllNis er. Seward was no protection extremist. He where he expects to plant largely in X. M. Pitts is temporarily
would not be were he living to-day. In egg-plants and other vegetable Cheap Steamer and Itallroad Excursion ping at Figulus. stop
$1.5O per Annum. fact the the hates and a Programme that will Inter-
family
; greatest men Republicanparty We are told that Mr. Johnson's
est All.The Josiah Sherman left for his Summer
} Titusrille ever sent out were men who believed occupying the late S. Twichell's
Entered at the Post Office at as home in Atlanta
Second-Class Matter. in the reduction of the tariff when house at Sunbeam, are all ill, Mrs. John- committee, appointed at the meet- on the 21st. ,

reduction became practicable. They did son being quite low. We hope to hear ing held last Friday morning to arrange The Mary B. arrived in from Jacksonville .

The Star has the Largest circulation not preach up protection as a gospel. It soon that they are all well again. and publish a programme for a Fourthof on the 23rd with a full cargo.

of any paper on the East coast of Fla. has got to this pass among a certain )Ir. and Mrs. Chamberlin, of Minis, July celebration, held a meeting Monday Sunday school and church Services in

A SQuAeEts! one Inch in space; 18 squares clique of protectionists that a man who Mrs. Strahan's parents, left I last Wednesday and adopted the following pro- the West Side school house on the 22nd.
make a column. advocates anything but the extreme will the gramme: Turtling in the Lake is
advertising rates enquire of the Editor for Iowa, where they spend not as good as ,
atwo centstamp. tariff that Major McKinley would insist Base ball-to commence at 9 o'clocka. it has been -
always enclosing summer. We hope they will have a owing probably to the num.
upon is in danger of being called false to pleasant time while gone, and be back m., between the fat and lean nines of ber engaged in the business.Mr. .

THE New Era is the name of a new his country, an Auglomaniac, and all early in the fall. Titusville. The fat men to be dressed in R. R. McCormick has: bought 20
the first that sort of thing. There are some men Mother Hubbards under the captaincyof
j paPer just started at Enterprise. )Ir. Joe Gruber is quite busy erectinga acres off of Xed Brown's east side tract
to-day by Mr. R. A. with whom abuse takes the place of argu- Capt. W. B. Watson ; the leans to '
issue to be printed and has
building for Mr. Morris Goldsmith on already commenced to improveit.
Daniel. We welcome it to our exchange ment, and if they can frighten some one wear tights, Mr. Ed. L. Brady, captain. .
his place."e will not give dimensionsof
into feeling himself guilty of what they The game will be played in front of the
list. said building (but it is a house). as we Messrs.
Grand Heyser & Spencer have laid
charge him with, so much the better. View. Mr. S. II. Ray, chairmanof
THE farmers of Indiana are so discon- were cautioned about making too big' an the committee having the work in out their pine land into lots which they
item of it. are now ready to dispose of at
tented at the outcome of the tariff debatein ALTHOUGH the Chipley-Call controversy charge. very
Congress that prominent Republicansfrom was arranged to be held at Arcadiaon We were pleased to" see Captains Shooting match-at 10 o'clock for cash reasonable figures.

that state have been to Washingtonto the 1st of July, we think that it wouldbe Bravo and Mercier, with several others, prizes amounting to 20.00; probably a C. V. Barton's sea-wall along his: Lake

warn the President, and undoubtedly a wise policy and for the good of the' out riding through our little town last rifle and glass ball contest; further par- front is completed, and R. McCormick

Indiana will give a Democratic majorityat Democratic party at large in our State, Sunday. They raid they were out pros- ticulars later. This affair will be in is rushing work on his which he will

the election this fall. to change the place and have it held at pectin Glad to hear this, and hope to charge of Mr. W. M. Brown. also extend along the front of hU neigh-

Jacksonville. Nearly all the editors of see them out again soon. Pigs in the Clover."-A new and bor Ridgway's place.

THE St. Augustine New states there is the Florida press will be at Jacksonville Mrs.: Lewis Coleman and her three novel entertainment, at 11 o'clock. A Capt. Geo. W. Hunt has: had the Deerhound -

not a word of truth in the report pub- just at that time attending a Press Convention children spent last week in Turnbull $5.00 prize to the person corraling the on the ways for a cleaning. He

lished in the Palatka Herald, and repub-- and by this change they will all visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack. pigs. Mr. P. Lawshe will have chargeof says that he will rai e oysters on her

lished in other state papers, that Mr. be able to hear the discussion which will Carter. She reports a delightful time this. bottom and turn her interior into a frog

Flagler has taken hold of the ship canal be the most important one of a political and from the looks of her wagon as she Boy's Boat Race-at 12 o'clock. Rules pond-he is bound to make money out

across the state and would push it to complexion in this campaign. Another passed, she had, certainly, been through similar to race held last year. 15.00 of her some way.

completion. If Mr. Flagler should: deny reason, Jacksonville is more accessible to somebodys watermelon patch. cash in prizes. Under the charge of J. Squire J. C. Hoagland has one or two
concerning his those who wish to listen to this discussion. We hear that Mrs. B. J. Minis of P. Turner.
one-half the reports civil cases to look after about now, but
doings he would scarcely have time to It is possible for many to attend it Minis, will leave, Tuesday for Georgia.She Regatta-at 2 o'clock p. m. Prizes, his duties as: justice don't interfere with

eat. at Jacksonville who could not possiblygo will be gone for the summer, and rules, etc., to be found in another column. his looking after his homestead down the

to Arcadia. If our own town had the while away will be treated for her eyes. Messrs. E. B. Wager, J. P. Turner and Lake, his banana field on the east sideor
same claims to this discussion: as Arcadianow Miss Venetia Geo. W. Morton, committee.
Iims-her niece-will
ISN'T it rather strange that not one of accompany his west side pineapple patch.
has, we would favor the transfer, at her. We wish them Tub of-War-at 3 o'clock. A chancefor
Mr. Call's organs or one of his many a pleasant Before leaving for the north Josiah
our own sacrifice for the benefit of other trip, and hope Mrs. Mims will return the giants to test their strength col
sincere friends have not attempted to refute Sherman bought nearly all the Lake
him parts of the state. Should not the Arcadia much benefited.A lectively. A cash prize. Mr. 'V.1..
a single charge brought against front at Jewell. It is: rumored he in-
through the press and by Mr. Chipley? Democratic committee do this act of letter from Mrs. Julia Allaire, received Brown will have charge of the war. tends to have it laid off in town lots

Well, there is nothing so very strange unselfishness? by her daughter, Mrs. G. Everson, Arrangements are being perfected which he will dispose of to his Atlanta
man's record consists of she i is whereby cheap excursion rates willl be friends and
about this. A TIlE officers of the Florida Fruit Exchange states having a most delightfultime. possibly bring a colony of
given from all
facts which speak for themselves, and it met the made She is off on a visit to her mother, points on the River and Georgians down with him next winter.M. .
charges against
Is not expected that Mr. Call or his or- them by the Orange Growers' Union at Mrs. Webster, who lives in Minnesota.She Kailroad. Brass and String Bands will 1 A. Turner, engineer for J. A. Durst,
be in attendance
gans can answer the charges from the Orlando on the 17th inst. Every one of will not return until the weather celebration will, and close in the evening the I left for the B. I. R. on the 12th, accompanied -

record. the five charges referred 10 the committee gets cold, then she will hasten to her Dance at the with a Grand by a box of pineapples for her.
selected] by the Board of Directorsof cozy little home in LaGrange. new Masonic hall. J. A. Durst had already gone on the 7th

SENATOR PASCO, of this State, deserves the Orange Union were dismissed bya Many of the citizens were out Sunday and his machinery is ready for shipment

great credit for the persistant efforts he verdict of not sustained. The signifi- morning to hear the Rev. Mr. Bolton. THE REGATTA. as soon as needed elsewhere. For putting

has used to secure in the Senate the passage cance of this verdict is even more appar- We were told the sermon was excellent, To be Sailed at Titus*llle Over the Usual down deep wells Durst is a success. The

of the bill for protecting actual ent when it is taken into considerationthat as all of Mr. Bolton's are. Sorry that Course on the Fourth; Open to all Yachts. one he has finished for C. S. Cragin i*

settlers upon homesteads: or pre-emption the Exchange agreed to abide by circumstances were such that we could -Lake Worth, Halifax Augustine and over 1,200 feet deep and gives a flow of

entries on public lands of the United the decision of said committee even not attend ; know we missed a spiritualtreat :Klsewhere. nearly 450,000 gallons of water a day.It .

States in Florida, upon which depositsof though it was selected by the directorsof ; hope it will not be a great while The entries for the race will be openin is rumored that Sheriff Highsmith

phosphate have been discovered since the Orange Grower: Union. After before he preaches for us again. In the two classes. All boats measuring 20 will not always: remain a bachelor.

entry was made. When Senator Pasco dismissing the charges the committee evening he held service at Mims.: feet and upward will constitute the First "Whether rumor knows anything about

makes an effort to pass a bill Ire generally sa'sVhile we believe that Mr. Mc- Mrs. B. R. Wilson and Miss Charlotte class; those under 20 feet, the Second it or not is another thing. The fact is

succeeds. Kibbin has be< n honest in hisbelief in the Palmer were out, Sunday, to visit Mr. class. The rule for measurement to be that instead of leaving the Lake as he

charges that he has preferred against the and Mrs. J. N. Feaster. They seemed -water line added to length overall and was rather inclined to do earlier in the

THE correspondent of the New York exchange, we find, after carefully con- to enjoy the day very much. Miss: divided by two-which gives half the season: he has bought about 10 acres of
Sun that the little unpleasantnessthat siderine all the Palmer left land from I. R. Henry, near Juno, and
says testimony brought beforeus Monday morning, for her overhang to counter stern boats.
occurred at the time that Senators that the charges are not well founded, home in Saybrook, Conn. She will The time allowance will be computed has pulled off his coat and pitched in a*

Morrill and Sherman voted with the and believe that Mr. McKibbin has misunderstood spend a few days in Fernandina before according to the Herreshoff table, which though ho fully intended to make a

Democrats to take the tariff bill out of the actions and motives of sailing, and says she will be back just as has been used on Indian river for many home on that piece of land in as quick
the hands of the standing sub committeehas the exchange." soon in the fall as she can leave. She years. time as possible. Rah for the sheriff:

left its mark, and the Republicans has our best wishes for a pleasant trip. The prizes in the First class will be SECOND DISTRICT CONVENTION.Call .
on the committee are no more a happy TilE Florida Standard is the name of $75.00 for the best corrected time; $30.00for
family now than they were at that time. the new daily paper to be commenced the next best. for a District Democratic Conven-
AN OPEN LETTER TO SENATOR CALL
about the first of in Jacksonville tion at Ocala, August 14, 1800 :
Senators Allison, Aldrich, Hiscock and July In the Second class, 50.00 for the best
Jones managed to upset the plans of with Mr. C. E. Merrill as editor and Mr. HYPOLUXO, DADE Co., FLA. corrected time; and 20.00 for the next A convention of the Democratic partyof
Messrs. Sherman and Morrill, and practically Rufus A. Russell, business manager.In best. the second congressional district of

controlled the preparation of the the prospectus the editor says "Both lion Wife. Call, Entrance fee in First class, 7.50; Second Florida is hereby called and duly appointed -
bill. the daily and weekly will embrace frank, to be held at Ocala, Marion: Co..
DEAR SIR-In venturing to address class, 500. There must be four
unfettered reviews of business, social you, through the medium of that most entries in each class. Fla., on

-We received last week from Eau : and political affairs, with enough of potent factor in politics, the public All boats must be entered by the 3rd THURSDAY, 14m DAY OF AUGUST
of which foundin courage to avoid caprice; it will not be I believe I of 8 o'clock next (or, if circumstances will admit
was
Gallie a scrap paper press, am voicing the senti July, p. m. This is impera
a bottle on the beach by John Hop dominated by that character of capital ments of a good majority of those who tive. All entries must be accompaniedby immediately after the adjournment of
of Jos. of the which so often invites cowardice. The have the the the State convention, called to meet at
welfare
kins, son Hopkins, Keeper present and future pros- entrance fee, and should be madeto
of with to decipher sordid greed of power and pelf has lowered of Mr. Geo. the same place Wednesday, August
House Refuge, a request perity our beloved State most at W. Morten, Titusville.
and publish the writing on it. the standard of social and political heart. Measurements will be made the morningof 13), for the purpose of nominating a

We have been unable to secure anyone morality until, in many instances, we Your record has caused you to be regarded the Fourth at 8 o'clock. candidate to represent the second congressional -

to translate the Spanish in which it is find the press muzzled and afraid to as the champion of the people JUDGESJ. district in Fifty-second
speak on the most important issues that of the United States of Amer-
written the is congress
evidently as paper so when their interests have come in con- H. Hogan, J. II. McLean, J. II Sams.
thoroughly water-soaked and edges torn. concern the State. flict with the nefarious designs of land Canaveral, Daytona ica ; to appoint a district executive com-
Perhaps a Spanish sailor has torn off a "In diseasing the rights individuals grabbing and conscienceless corporation Courtney mittee to serve the next ensuing two

piece of ono-of his letters and bottled it, under the law, we shall know no race, ?. MEASURER, years, and to transact such other political -

to let it drift ashore on American soil to patty, class, creed, color or condition. As such champion of our vested rights :M. )lcFadden.Iel bou me, business as the convention may deemto

puzzle some of us in our attempts to Political opponents, who are manly you are appealed to to investigate and TIME-KEEPER, the best interest and welfare of the
make it out.MANY enough to read both sides, respect a fear expose the infamous fraudconcoctedby S. D. Geiger, Titusville. district.

less advocacy of any policy which can I know not whom, but resultant in TIME CALCULATOR, The basis of representation to said convention -

of the yachtmen on our river make a consistent i showing." the fact that the largest body of high, H. W. Bes..eyVaveland.. will be the same as that desig-

have had grave doubts as to the advisability : dry and cultivable land in Dade county The regatta will be sailed under the nated by the State executive committee
LACRANCE. rules of the Boston Yacht Club with the for representation in the forthcomingState
of soaking newly-made sails in a is withdrawn from the homestead market exception that shifting ballast will be convention.We .
solution of water, sugar of lead and Mr. X. A. Bailey of Orlando, was the and marked on the maps with the allowed. All ballast in the boat at
alum, to prevent mildew, many being of guest of the Rev. "". X. Chaudoin a few hideous snaky blood-red! letter S, the measurement must be retained during respectfully suggest that the several -
the opinion that the sugar of lead had a days last week.Anotber sign-manual and felonious brand of the the race. In the race each boat will be counties in the district select delegate

tendency to affect the cloth and rope injuriously of Mrs. Chaudoin's beautiful East Coast Canal Co. It is a fraud- numbered large figure according the to the start by a to the congressional convention at the
on peak of the main sail, same time and in the they
and cause the sail to last but a bouquets graces our desk. Many pure, simple and in toto. both sides: so the judges can readily tell same manner
short time. We have taken the pains to thanks, kind friend. Said body of land extends from Jupiter each boat. select delegates to the State convention
and where deemed individual
inquire from such high authorities as Master Trez Wilson, of Titusville, south to the Hillsborough marshes, practicable for

the Scientific American, etc., and replies spent last week at his grandfather's. and covers portions of seven townships, NEW YORK MARKET REVIEW. economy clothe one set of delegates

are such that we feel warranted in rec- J. X. Feaster, visiting his little uncle, varying in width from one quarter to with authority to serve in both
Imported by G. S. Palmer, 166 conventions.In .
ommending the above solution for the T. D. Feaster. three miles. It is covered with a growthof Read st.,
New York, June 19th accord with [
1890.
resolution
prevention of mildew. For a sail of 75 Mrs. J. E. Brady, with her daughter, scrub-oak, short and long-leaved pine, a joint passed k r'"
Total receipts of all Southern at the conference Tallahassee June -
or 80 yards, take half a barrel of rain Mrs. Schofield, visited friends in Sun- and wells have to be driven from twelveto vegetables at ,
water ; into this dissolve 31b of alum, beam last Sunday ; also gave us a short twenty feet for water. Such is the for the week aggregated about 10, we recommend that the respective
65,000 packages, and of counties hold their conventions for the
and 12 ounces of sugar of lead. Dissolvethe but pleasant call. "swamp and overflowed land turned potatoes nearly
sugar of lead in a bucket of water Mr. Harry Roberts of Mims, with his over by the State to the octopus.I 70,000 barrels. Tomatoes in liberal sup- election of delegates on August 2nd.
ply, Florida's selling from $1 to $1.50 By order of the district Democratic
and then pour into the barrel containing daughter, Miss Mabel, and son, Master take great pleasure in stating that,
the alum and water. Soak the sail for Philip, were welcome guests at )Ir.Feaster's after an eighteen years residence on this per crate.barrel. rg-plant fancy, $4 to $5 executive committee.GEO. .
per Watermelons in good demand R. L. ANDERSON
W. WILSON ,
12 hours, then dry thoroughly in the Friday. coast, I personally know of but one and selling from $20 to $30 per ,
sun. During rainy weather it is better There was a very large wild cat killed anti-Call man, and he is but a sort of hundred. A few late arrivals of peaches Secretary. Chairman.

not to furl up sails tightly, but to tie near Mr. Hendry's place a few nightsago. grub hoes to an embryo land syndicate. small have sold crates.promptly from $2 to $3 for -Mr. Denis Courtier of Courtney,

them up loosely so the air can reach It had been making sad havoc I Very respectfully, find ready Anything sale from choice 10 in to pineapples 13 was in town ifew days the end of last

them. among Mrs. Brady's chickens. E. R. BRADLEY. I cents. week.





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OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. i had been loudly prompted bv the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING. x o. 9-St. Lucie. Voting places, at I Application for License.To .

Treasury department that a big deficitwas Fort Pierce, Florida Canning Company's g
From our Regular Correspondent] liable to occur with the public At the adjourned meeting of the store and a building west of the store ; the IlonoraUe Board of. County Commissioners t
WASHINGTON, D. C., June 20, '90.I I purse. I Board of County Commissioners held bounded, viz: commence the Atlantic of Breranl County, Mate of ;

It will be a general surprise and matterof Binding twine which is used so largelyby June IGth, it was ordered that Precinctsin ocean coast on the township line dividing Florida: I

interest to those who have watched farmers now at harvest time, and t Brevard County shall in the futurebe townships 33 and 34, thence west to T. J. Eaton <& Co., of Titusville, Bre

the discussion in the Senate on the silver which the Farmers Alliance have tried I known by the following boundariesand the range line dividing ranges 35 and 36, I yard county, Florida do hereby respectively -
to learn of the victory gained numbers: apply to your Honorable body, and
problem hard thence south to the township line
so recently to ha.eken off the ask that be.en and the rightbe
a permit
this week by the free coinage men. Although : tariff list, is largely increased in duty No. LaGrange.. Voting places, ing; townships 35 and 36, thence diVid-1 granted to them to sell intoxicating

a great uncertainty on the subject 1 I I above that called for in the McKinley Gardedr's rear store room and the dining the Atlantic coast, thence north to the I liquors, wines and beer in Precinct or .

prevailed, when it came to a vote in the bill. There is great complaint that the room in Harvey's old hotel; boundedas point of beginning. Election District Xo. two (2)) in said

Senate, the conservative men were beatenat follows :,on the north by the county countv. ,
1 bill has been too hastily considered by Xo. H-Eden.) Voting places, in the T. J. EATON & Co.
every point, and by greater majorities the committee and that where increase line between the counties of Volusia: : store and the boat house of T. E. Richards I i

than they had allowed themselves to have been made the advance was too and Brevard, on the east by Indian ; bounded on the north by the : \Ve, the undersigned, being a majorityof

l expect.Mr. much, and that reductions in other schedules -! river, on the south by township line township line dividing townships 35 and Election the registered District voters Xo. 2, residing respectfully in concur said

Wolcott, the junior Senator from have been excessive. between townships 21 and 22, on the :30, on the east by the Atlantic ocean, in the above application and ask

Colorado made the final effort of conse- Incongruities also exist. For instance west by St. Johns river. on the south by the county line dividing that a permit be granted.

quence in the great contest. It was his flax pays $20 per ton, while its refuse, Xo.Titus"i11e.: Voting place, in Brevard and Dade counties, on the Petitioner, E II Rice; Witness, J W
maiden effort before the Senate, and the tow, pays 25. The bill will not be' the Court house and a building to be west by range line dividing ranges 37 Mahan, A M Osborn. pet. A 31 O.born; .
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wit. E H Rice J W Mahan. E De-
chamber, which has remained comParatively called up before July 1, but there is a erected in the Court house yard, bounded and 38.Xo.Ill'ort. i ii pet.
I i Courcey; wit. J W Mahan, W E Gregory '
empty of late, was filled with an prompt expression that the committee's as follows: on the north by the Drum. Voting places} at pet. S H Anderson; wit. E DeCourceyV

audience in anticipation of something report is unscientific and too hastily township line dividing townships 21 and Henry Parker's place; bounded as follows E Gregory pet. E Nolle; wit. W E

worth listening to. lIe made a stirring drawn.In 22, on the east by Indian river, on the : commencing on the range line Gregory, J J Tucker. pet. J J Tucker;

speech, without the use of notes, and at reference to the partiality shown south by south line of Delespine Grant, dividing ranges 37 and 38 at the line wit.Anderson W E;Gregory wit. J"J, Daly G Xolle., J W r-t.Mahan.S R

the close was accorded an ovation suchas Pension Attorney Geo. E. Lemon recently on the west by St. Johns river. dividing Brevard and Dade counties, pet. J P Blake; wit. E DeCourcey, J W

is seldom seen in the Senate. Ordina- l by the Commissioner: of Pensions Xo. 3-City Point. Voting place?, a run north on said range line to townshipline Mahan. pet. Milton Grover; wit E De-
rily neither members or visitors in the some wicked punster here declares that room in Hatch's store and a building on dividing townships 31 and 32, then Courcey, J W Mahan. pet. W H Harris
wit. Titus E DcCuUlCt> ".
galleries pretend to listen to a speech the commissioner claims that he had received the north of said store ; boundaries as turn and run west to the east line of I I Henry Henry Titus wit. E DeCourcey,)W pet.11

delivered in Congr s. Although com no "Lemon-aid." follows : on the north by the south line Osceola county, thence south on said Harris. pet. G F Duren; wit. C T )[c- I

mon decenoy is observed it is a great of Delespine Grant, on the east by In- county line to the north line of Dade Crory, Wash Barnwell. pt't."a h Barn-

difficulty to hear an ordinary speaker.But CALL FOR STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION dian river, on the south, beginning on county, thence east on Dade county \\ellhisxmark; wit. G F Duren, C TlcCron"
) J W Rogrl1wit.. John
pet. ;
the resonant voce of Mr. Wolcott AT OCALA. Indian river on the half mile section line to place of beginning. MyersV F Futch. pet. W F Futch;

penetrated every part of the Senate 1 of the State of line in section 28 township 24 south of Xo. 12- arrows. Voting places, at wit. J W Rogers, John )Iyer pet. John .w
chamber. Senators came tip-toeing from The Democratic party range 36 east running west to the St. Beal's place on John J. LaRoche's Is- i Myers; wit. W F Futch, JV Roger
Florida will hold a State convention at t. Robert Morrow wit. C A Webber, a
St. Johns ;
cloak rooms" hear him and others Johns river, on the west by said Pe
their houses belonging to
land in
Ocala Wednesday, August 13th, at two :; J NV Roger pet. B R Wilson; wit. J. E.
wheeled their chairs in his direction, 12 o'clock noon, for the following purposes river. Beals; bounded as follows: commenceon Ender. Jno 31 Dixon. pet. Jim 31 Dixon; r
and intently watched his line of argu- Xo. Ilockledge.: Voting! places the Atlantic ocean coast on the I t wit. J E Ender, B R Wilson pet. R C

ment. It was a compliment that is not : the of- Public hall and a detached building on township line dividing townships and Scrimgeour: wit. Jas Silvertooth 0 F
candidate for
To nominate a Davis Henry Barnwell hisXmari;
| pet.
frequently offered an entirely new man fice of Justice of the Supreme Court ; same premises; bounded on the north, 32, run west on said line to the range: I I j wit. J VV )3Iahan W R Woulfp. pet. T W
in Congress, and at the conclusion of his To nominate a candidate for the otnce commencing on the west bank of Indian line between ranges 37 and 38, thence Smith; wit. T A Robinson, Geo B ll ,]l
ovation he was surrounded by Senators causedby river on the half mile section line in south township line dividing;: townships : pet. Thos Mitchell; wit. J -- S- reven,SA
anxious to extend their felicitations. In of Comptroller, to fill the vacancy Hon. W. D. section 28 township 24 south of range 36 :33 and 34, thence east to the I Belcher. pet. V Gailer; wit. E DeCourcey -
the resignation of the Geo W 3Iackenzie. Thomas:
,
the voting that followed, absolutely no. Barnes cast and run west on said line and con- Atlantic coast, thence north to place of j' wit. W H Harris J W f pet.[ahan pet. WII3Iyers

party lines were observed. Both. demo- And to transact such other business.as tinuation to St. Johns river, on the east beginning. ; wit. S D Geiger, J C Norwoodpet.

crats and republicans were in favor of before the Gmvention. by Indian river, on the south by township Xo. 13-Georgiana.. Voting places, !, C A Gardnerwit.. Thos 3IcXuIty, A
which was may come dividing townships 25: and 20, C Gardner pet. Thos 3IcXulty; wit. A (
free line
and against coinage The several counties in the State will : room in the rear of F. C. Allen's store, 1 Gardner, C A Gardner A C Gardner '
Senate and has,practically, i the by St. Johns river.Xo. pet.
the west ,
boundedas
passed by send delegates to the Convention upon on and ware house on the wharf; ; wit. Thos 3IcXulty C A Gardner
become a law. Of course, the concurrence the following basis : 5-Eau Gallie. Voting places, follows: commencing on the eastside I pet. R A Bobbitt; wit. W E Gregory, R
of the House and President is stillrequired One delegate for each 100 Democratic at Olmstead's store and at Hodgson's of Indian river on township line Richards, pet. 31 E English; wit. John J
; but it is understood that the store bounded as follows: commencing dividing townships 24 and 25, thencerun I' Daly, J W 3Iahan. pet. John Quincy
and for each fraction over 50 votes ;
votes,
of it I hua:=ins his X mark; wit. M E English,
majority of the House are ia favor cast for the Democratic candidates on ; on the county line dividing the countiesof east to the Atlantic ocean, thence J W 3Iahan. pet. 31 B 3Ietzjrer; wit. fIE

and that they voted for the Housefcilver the State ticket at the general electionof Brevard and Osceola on the townshipline south to section line dividing sections EnglMi, J W )[ahan. pet. A H Curry;
bill with the expectation that it 1SS8 and wherever the vote of any between townships 23 and 20 running 14 to 23 in townships 2G south of range wit. J \V 3Iahan, 31 B 31etzjrer. pet. S E

would be amended to meet their actual of the prevalence of east to the west bank of Indian 37 east, thence west on said section line Rice; wit. R Richards, W E Gregory.Howard
is county, by reason |pet. J F Mitchell: wit. C J ,
views in the Senate. No difficulty yellow fever in the State at the time of river thence southward on the west and continuation to the east bank of Henry Cook. pet. C J Howard; wit. J F

apprehended in obtaining the President'sapproval the said general election was reduced bank of Indian: river three miles to the Indian river, thence north meandering Mitchell, Henry Cook. pet. Nathan Webber -
of the bill, which is briefly as of the preceding general section line dividing sections IS and 19, i the east shore of Indian river to placeof ; wit. 31 E English: A II Curry. pet.
its
the value of below vote W W Skinner; wit. M E English,Thomas
line and
its section
follows "After passage thence east on said beginning.
!: from ;
basis of representation
the
election, Lacy. pet. E C Miller wit T W White.J .
a dollar is to be considered 412J grains such county is made upon the same vote continuation east to the Atlantic ocean, X o. l-1-Ierritts. Voting places, T. P Iiller. pet. J P Miller; wit. E C
silver, and 25 8-10 grains gold. That in 18SG. I thence south along the Atlantic ocean II. Sanders' packing house and bath )Miller T W White pet. Lee Smith; wit. f
as much as$100 worthof the township line between townships 31 E English, PV Field pet. G BHemmingway
Island
any one possessing Brevard county, under this rule, will to house; boundary: all of Merritts
wit J D Crabb E C 3IHler. !
it -
have ;
the precious metals may 127 and 28, thence westerly on said town north of township line dividing
be entitled to five delegate pet. JS'Jones his X mark; wit. W
coined into money at any mint in the The counties will select their delegates !! ship line to the west line of Brevard, townships 24 and 25.: E Gregory, G B Hemingway. i>er. Max

United States. either at mass meetings or conventions, \ thence north on said county line to Xo. 15-Canaveral.. (Order Xo. 11 Ludwig von Koppelon; wit. J S Church.J .
W Mahan. J It Watson wit. 31 E
Silver is made legal tender, as are also as may be considered best by the people, |:I place of commencement. of last meeting, June 3rd. 1890, was English. J \V pet.)3Iahan. I peL John; Simon-

the certificates to be issued by the Treas- acting through the usual party organizations Xo. Melbourne... Voting: place, C. corrected to read as follows:) Beginon son; wit. W F Futch, 31\ E English: pet.
urer in the purchase of bullion. In fact ; and it is recommended that such J. IIector's grain house and the office in the Atlantic ocean coast on the Fred Gubler; wit. TT Smith. Wm K

the free coinage men got everything they delegates be chosen on Saturday, August Hectors hotel; bounded to wit: beginning township line between townships 21 and Wood. pet. F II Boye; wit. J W 3Iackintyre .
L A Brady P 31 Fisher; wit.
wanted, including the restoration to 2nd, or as early thereafter as practicable. ; on a line between Brevard and 22: thence run west to the Indian river, W'H Morton, G XoJl pet.{>. i1e t. J P Turner;
circulation of the securities held by the Nothing herein is to be understood as in Osceola counties where the line between thence south to the township line be- wit. J D Cameron, J P Goldsmith pet.

U. S. Treasurer for the redemption of any way dictating to the County Executive townships 27 and 28 intersects said tween townships 22 and 23, thence on Edward H Titus wit. J P Turner, T J f

the circulation of the national banks. Committees the time or place of county line, thence east on said line to said line east to Banana river, thence Eaton. pet. H F Atkinson; wit. J W
Rogers, T J Eaton. pet. R 0 Grover; wit.
The republican papers here blame the i holding their county meetings or con- the Atlantic ocean, thence south to a again south on said river to townshipline i Frank Renaker, Milton Grover. pet.

Finance committee, and charge it with ventions. And it is further recommended point directly east of the mouth of between townships 24 and 25, thence I Frank Renaker; wit. Milton Grover, T J

the guilt of grave error in tactics, and in that when county conventions are Turkey Creek, thence west to the mouthof east to the Atlantic ocean coast, thence Eaton pet. G W Martin; wit. J W Ro-

having placed the President in a very I held, the precinct meetings be held one Turkey Creek and along the north north to the place of beginning. Said gers, T W Smith pet. Jas Silvertooth;
wit. John J T J Eaton. L A
embarking position. He had taken avery week prior to the above date suggestedfor ,I bank of said creek to its head or source, precinct shall be known as Xo. 15. Voting Brady; wit. Henry Daly, J Egger, T pet.J Eaton.

positive stand on the question of conventions.Arrangements. thence directly west to the line between places at Burnham's house and at pet. L R Decker; wit. S J Norton, T J

free coinage, but now that the ultrasilvermen are being made by the Brevard and Osceola counties, thence Henry Wilson's. Eaton. pet. E L Brady; wit. L A Brady,

have developed such an unexpected State Executive Committee to secure reduced north to place of beginning. X 16Haulover. Voting places, T J Eaton. pet. F A Loslev; wit. 31 E
haveto o. EnglUh, T J Eaton. pet. J D Crabb; wit.
strength, the President will either rates to and from the Convention Xo. Malabar.. Voting;: places, G. house of J. D. Vann on north side of T W Smith, R Richard pet. Herman
swallow the pill or abandon any hopeshe and special hotel rates at Ocala, Schuyler's store adjoining the post- canal and S. J. Fox's building about Fischer; wit. John J Daly, W B Spires.
entertained for a second will notify the County Wiley Henry wit. T W Smith, l' J
committee pet. ;
may have and the office and a ware house ; bounded as 20 steps distant ; bounded on the north
Eaton. A R Rose wit. N N Penny,
reductionsas pet. ;
of such
term in office. Executive Committees follows: beginning: ; at a point directly by the south line Volusia county, on I Robert Morrow pet. Andrew Ellenwoodhis

The Anti-tiust bill was passed Wednesday. soon as arranged. west of the head or source of Turkey the east by the Atlantic ocean, on the X mark; wit.T J Eaton,N N Penny.
At a conference representing County organizations are notified that creek on the line between Brevard and south by township line dividing townships I pet. T L Hudnall; wit. J W Jones, ..Jr
their will meet at Ocala at 8 Brown pet. Geo P Barke:;;dale; wit. E J
receded from committee running Indian
both Houses both this Xsreola counties, thence east 21 and 22: on the west by
Bowen J W Jones pet. J D 3IacDonell;
receive ,
in regard to amend- o'clock m., August 12th, to head of said Turkey creek thence
previous demands p. to the river.I wit. J W Brown, E J Bowen. pet.Milton
ments, and the bill as passed, is practi credentials and issue tickets of admissionto along the south bank of said creek to certify the above to be a true copy. Smith; wit. W 31 Walker, A II Curry.

cally in the same condition as first pro- delegates.Jas. its mouth, thence directly east to the A. A. STEWART, Clerk. 'pet. Wm Gibson; wit. A II Curry, S
P. Taliaferro, chairman ; John A. Atlantic thence south to the linedividing Deal. pet. S Beal; wit. Wm Gibson, A H
Senate. clerk.
the ocean
duced by by J. P Blake, deputy Gibson A 4
E Cobb wit. Wm ,
M. H. Mabry Curry pet. ;
,
The Finance committee of the Senate Henderson, E. J. Triay, P. Hous- townships 29 and 30, thence Titusville, Fla., June 16th, 1890. H Curry pet. J Williams; wit. A II
reported the tariff bill as they had amended A. E. Willard, J. S. Leonard, west to county line between Brevard Curry, Andrew Gibson pet. Jerry Wait;
it Wednesday afternoon, and printed i toun, R. F. Taylor, S. M. Sparkman. and Osceola counties, thence north to STANLEY'S BOOK. wit. Ellis Cobb, A H Curry. pet. Edmon '
whhh were L. B. ""O IBWELL, Secretary. i the place of beginning. Love; wit. A H Curry, Andrew Gibson.
copies were distributed, of Stanley's Authentic Book "In JaiketAfrica. pet. Louis Widman; wit. A II 'Curry,
A rough estimate ST" The Chairman and Secretary ." Shadrick Lenton
eagerly examined. Xo. S-Sebastian or Barkers Bluff. 3Iichell Curly. pet. ;
makes it appear that the committee's each county convention will confer a Voting places, sitting room on south The undersigned has received the exclusive wit. Nathan Webber, A H Curry. pet.Henry .
committee by send- Pendleton wit. Frank Renaker,
amendments increase the public revenues favor upon the State side of S. Kitching's store and dining agency for the sale of this great ;
of J D Crabb.
!
above that expected from the McKinleybill ing written or printed proceedings room 50 feet west of said store; boundedas work, for the entire county of Brevard,
t held for
In convention,
c, r. about $15,000,000 per annum. their respective follows : start on the Atlantic ocean Florida, (with the exception of the town
LOST.
to
this calculation, it is estimated that the purpose of nominating delegates beach on township line dividing town- of Titusville.) It is designed: to canvass
. : duties to L.B.Wombwell, Titusville and City Point on f
i ,:'V $10,500,000 is added by increased I the State Convention ships 23) and 30 to the-east line of Osceola the county, when everyone wishing to Between '
.1 \. commodities imported secretary, Tallahassee, Fla. said county road, a carriage robe,coir rsblack ,
f on tobacco. Other county, thence south on countyline subscribe will have an opportunity between
J j are also increased in the tariff schedule to township line between townships this time and July, when the work and red, which I would be glad t3 re- 'I
McKinley FOR TIIE BLOOD, The finder will be rewardJ.
'"1 above those rates fixed in the WeakneSS, Malaria, Indigestion and 31 and 32, thence east to the Atlantic will be issued. cover.
r of the present Biliousness- take of begin GEO. X. HATCH. J. C. NORWOOD,
north place
, bill. As the extravagance BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.It ocean thence .to .. )
w administration has been so excessive no cores quickly. For sale by all dealers in ning. City Point, Fla. City Point.
Get the genuine.
committeewhich medicine.
the
left
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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1890. ,..

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A'OTICE.:
aF the back of tEe house, quite apart CARDS.

A VISIT TO JR HOLIES from city sights and sounds. I imagineit Wheq the Curfew Flourishes. In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit GEL BOS M. ROBBIS8 WALTD R...... a Y. ,.."

is quite as much from a kindly desireto Those \\4o are fortunate enough to of the State of Florida, Brevard President Brev r4Abctnct Secy. Brerard Ab- ;.

satisfy the curiosity of strangers who. live in the shadow of Battle abbey still county, A. P.: 1890. Co. draet Co

ANNIE ISABEL WILLIS INTERVIEWSTHE want to get a glimpse of his house as to enjoy the exceptional privilege of hear Wignell &Tweltridge ROBBINS GRAHAM,

AUTOCRAT. save wear and tear on his doorbell that ing the curfew every night from Christmas vs. I Attachment.The .

he has had his name inscribed on the silver to Epiphany, the eves of saints'days Indian River Amount sworn ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,

rim which encircles it. The house is only excepted. Lately it has been Land & Improv'm't 'v to $7,802.69. P\o. Box m' TITUsVILLE, Brei td Ca. F1orid.

What lie Has to Say of "The Opening of artistically furnished. The vestibule and found necessary to rehrng the valuable Co., a corporation Circuit Will practice and in the in aU Supreme the ounces Court of u..Seventh_

the Piano"-He Is Not In Love with hall are much the same as those in other and ancient bells, and Dean Crake appeals existing under the 1 Damages claimd ties for Examining and Perfecting Laud SpecislfactUl Title.

the Autograph Hunter-"Dr. Merry- well ordered homes of the same sort, and to the public to subscribe 1:200: for law of the State of 11 I 16000. to Correspondence solicited from CUuua,,,"ana uetrs
Spanish
Granta.Ion to Loan,
mmn" In the Flesh.Special the reception room differs from the usu- expenses necessary to allow the Battle New York. ) r U

al kind only in having a small carved abbey curfew to continue to "toll the To the defendant corporation and all D. L. GAULDEN,
[ Correspondence.] knell of The curfew also interested
desk between the windows. parting day. ether persons :
BOSTON, June 19.-Armed with a let- The study is the heart of the house, flourishes at Hastings where it booms You are hereby notified that a writ of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

ter of introduction to the "Autocrat of and its great bay window is the most interesting forth nightly from the fourteenth century attachment has been issued against you, Titusville ,

the Breakfast Table," I went one sunny part of the room. From it one tower of St. Clement's church.- and your property attached to satisfy the ---, Florida.
afternoon to his home on Beacon street. London World. demands of the plaintiffs above set forth. M. THRASHER

The letter was given to him as he sat at can see the new bzidgo which connects And, now unless you shall appear before A. ,

lunch, and soon a maid came into the Boston and Cambridge and the latter Was It Human Nature? the Judge of our said Court, at the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

reception room, where two men were doing city itself, I>r. Holmes' birthplace. He ALB.June 19.-The season of vacating Court House in Titusville, in said County P. O. Box 20, SANFORD,FLA.

some decorating and arranging, to has seen fro m this window man}*changesin the cities for country resorts having of ]Brevard, on or before the 7th day Will practice in all tl e couiitiea ol tie Seventh

request them to leave the room for a few the charming old place, "chiefly fires," arrived, the question of "Where of July, A. D. 1890, the same being Rule Circuit and Supreme Curt 3

. minutes, "because the doctor's comingin he says, of which there have been many shall we spend the summer?" is an all Cay, and plead or demur to the declara- & ATKINSON

here," she said, and her tone implied since he lived opposite. He has describedhis important one. I was going up town ina tion of plaintiffs herein filed, judgmentwill JONES ,

that he could not on any account be window as follows: street car the other evening when two be rendered against you by default .Allot s-at-Laiv,

looked at by them. The men withdrew, Through my north window the wintry weather. ladies tripped into the seats directly HId your property sold to pay the debt. Titusville Florida.ATTORNEYATLAW
and in a moment a little white haired, My airy oriel on the river shore, young Witness the Honorable Jno. I). Broomo, .
in fruit of and began a conversation -
pleasant faced man entered, and bow- I watch the sea fowl as they flock together, : me Judge of said Court, as well as A. A. T. SA r EnS,
evident benefit of the j
fur the
Where late the boatman Hashed his dripping oar. passen
ing said with a smile "Will you come Said number her companion Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the
:
to
one
to study The gull, high floating, like a sloop unlad n. gers. seal of said Court, this the 15th day
my
up the ,
Pleased at the prospect of seeing this Lets the loose water waft him tu it will; 'Porper wanted us to go to countrythis of March, A. D., 1890. Will practice in all the Courts of the Sc\tLth Ju
The duck, round breasted as a rustic maiden Miiuiuer.: but I says to mouiuiur, *I L. S. dicial Circuit of Florida.P. .
A. A. STEWART
[ ]
famous workshop of brains I followedDr. Paddles and plunges, busy busy btill. won't go to the horrid mountains; let's O. :Box, 2WF TITl'SVILLE FLA.
48 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Holmes up one flight of stairs and After a while Dr. Holmes drifted in go to Saratoga for a month or two, then Money<< to Loan. H

through folding doors into a spaciousroom his conversation to other than personal for a few weeks: to Bar Harbor.' That It 1.,. 'J.'. DANIEL
whose entire side opposite the topics, talking of various people and bottled it, for mummer and popper always Administrator's XoUcc. D ,

door seemed filled by a large bay win- things. He ceased to be the reservedman do tie I say, even when at Saraogi. DENTIST
All having claims against the
dow. It was a charming study. of letters submitting to an interview I wondsr which is the best hotel persons ,
Dr. Homes in after luncheon Estate of Aaron P. Cleveland, late of COCOA, FLOIaD.M. \.
was an and became the delightful conversationalist the Grand Union or the Staats? Ones-

mood, and he talked pleasantly to me- I and the attentive listener. veil stop at the Union. They say it's hereby Ureyard required County, to Florida present, deceased them, ,duly are : D. L. DODSOX,

not much, but humorously and epigrain- When I rose to go, after a pleasant peri- splendid early,and I am just too awfully authenticated, to the undersigned, within .

matically. In reply to questions about od of this sort of conversation, ho reminded fond of Saratoga life, you know. Newport the time prescribed by law or '.his notice DENTIST,
his poems he said but little. When i that I to look out of is little bit for "
too
me ought just a quiet me. will be pleaded in bar of such claims. TITUSV.LLE
asked if the incident recorded in "The his window and see the river and the And thus the sil1).little body chattered And all persons indebted to said Estate teeth,filled and saved without FLORIDA.Arliiug tletiroyin..

Opening of the Piano" were true he new bridge. The window was a place on for twenty minutes. are hereby required to make immediate the Dtrv.Tt't'th with ail.censes treated tMxo..
laughed and slidYo all lie some- : fully. Root crowned utxta-.tiallr. Plates of
Across the river
full of suggestions. Yesterday 1 saw my young lady onboard payment to j Para
nre gum. Broken Plates meided. BtttirSttiiif
times, but that was so. The piano wasa lay Cambridge, the home of Longfellow, the :3 o'clock train on the Susquehanna OSCAR HALL, plates corrected. Teeth extracted paiuleii.ly .
'Clementi' selected by Dr. G. K. Jack- Lowell and the Autocrat himself, where road. "Mommer" was there, too, Ad inlnlitrator. Oll'ce on Washington, avenue. g

son, a famous musician of the day. The stands the famous "Washington Elm," and so was "popper." They-were goingto This 27th of May, 1890.Master's s. GRAHAM. i>. f
incident o'the little girl. Catherine, was I under which Washington took commandof spend three weeks near tho lakes inha WALTER
true." 'Aud he added: "I remember the and where is board is four ----- -
the American army, Helderbergs, where the Office Connultaticn, f l.db.
smell of the ma.'stic.an1ish to this day. situated the first college founded in this dollars a week and tripe and salt mackerel Sale. Visit in Titus\ille, $2.00.
know Call between<< << 10 m. and 6 a. wlI be
The memory of smells you neT'erdies. p. in. chari-
country, Harvard university. Nearer the standard dishes. W.
doubl rates.
!
Under and by virtue of a decree of
He had alluded to it in the
poem Obi tttrical cane, and outside the
and
speaking of: flowed the stream celebrated in song foreclosure and sale rendered by the judgeof tion ate positively declined.cases Qerpara

prose, of which Longfellow wrote: An old invention manufactured at the the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial "

When come the wondrous from over box seas.was opened that had River! that in silence windest suggestion of a New York lady is an Circuit of Florida, sitting in chancery at J F. LEWIS,
Through the meadow bright and free, dated
of
; chambers for the county Brevard,
With lu smell of mastic varnish and its sash of enameled which opens and discloses -
Till at length thy rest thou fiudest orange the eleventh of February A. I). 18UO
ivory keys. day ,
watch in half and Civil Engineer and
a
In the boson of the sea! a one pursein Surveyors
wherein The Florida
in a certain cause
The is The "Clem
story a pretty one. the oth'I..
enti"piano had just arrived and been un- Four lung years of mingled l feeling Agricultural College, a corporation organ- Tilusti idle, Fla.
Half in rest and half in strife, ized and existing under the laws of the
boxedand I have seen thy waters stealing Female Weakliest Positive Cure. State of Florida, is complainant, and SarahG. T? B. BURCHFIELD,
The children all grew fretful the restlessness of ; Onward like the stream of life To THE EDITOR : Gleason and William II. Gleason are "

JoYwhen I Dr. Holmes haslieen said to have "an Please inform onr readers that I have a positive. defendants, I will sell at public outcry, in COUNTY SURVEYOR.
their mother asked her daughterto entire want of reverence for everything remedy for the thousand and one Ale which aiise i front of the Court-house door of Titusville, Orders by mail will receive as prompt

play, and toon I which is not naturally and rationally from send two deranp bottles fi male of my organ remedy I FHHC shall to be any glad lady to it I Brevard county, Florida, on the first Monday attention as calls in person.

Floating from.. lip and finger arose the "Vesper worthy of reverence.Y'-- And it- has been hey will bend their Express and I'. O. It.iIlrt.s'. in July, .\. D. 1890, the same beingthe Address: Georgiana, Fla.
hymn. I added. "This tendency sometimes makes Yours respectfully, Dn. J. I>. MAKClilSI 1S3 Genesee seventh day of the month, during the

A neighbor's child heard the music ; him strike too heavy blows at the nar- St., Utica, N. Y. legal hours of sale, for cash, to the highest LA RUE P. ELY,

and crept up to the open door. row creeds of men." His exact positionis bidder, the following-described real estate

Just as the "Jubilate" in threaded whisper dies I best defined by words from his own A JAIL DELIVERY. to-wit Notary Public for the State at Large.

"Open it: Open it, lady!" the little maiden cries lips: "I may speak slightingly of creeds, Considerable excitement prevailed on A tract of land in the village of Eau Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist.
(For she thought 'twas a hinging creature caged : heard the streets yesterday through a widely- Gallie, Brevard county, Florida, describedas CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof
but no one ever me speak lightlyof
in a box she beard); I three of the most follows, to-wit : All of block "C" of said I
circulated that 30
report over years' Natural
"Open it! open it, lady: and let me see the bird!" the Master. village, said block being bounded: on the experience.
brokenout
You have heard of the three doctors desperate prisoners in the jail had finish a sI ecialty.
Dr. Holmes thinks that "Grandmother's I discoveredthat north by "Fountain Park, west by Pine- 6
careful investigation Melbourne Florida.
who are the best ph.sicians-uDr. Diet : south Jouset street and ,
Story of the Battle of Bunker Hill" the rumor apple avenue, by
enough
is one of the best of his descriptive I and Dr. Quiet and Merryman.." The had absurdly enough foundation, but, not exactly east by Indian River, according to a survey GEOUGJIOUTOX,
last must mean the cheery little man some made by William H. Gleason, a map
he
"The too
pieces. Aviary, regards as I in accordance with the facts. Three
who is the subject of this sketch. His of which is now on record in Brevard
in the of de Civil & Public
a pretty good thing way pri.- Hlers had broken out with Scrofulous the said block being the block on Engineer Notary ,
I aim has been to make life less hard for county ;
Then lest he should bethought limbsut
scription. eruptions on the face, neck, and -
which the Agricultural College building is JIORTONHURST, HEATH, I'LA.Snr"ing .
mankind the best
of
praising: his own works, he I I by administering the physician called in prescribedP. situated, or as much thereof as will be sufficient and Leveling, Architectural
added, "Nobody understands a poem as all stimulants and rwivants good P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root to satisfy said decree and costs of Drawing, Town.-hipand Section Mapis.
its author, and nobody cares for it halfas i hearty laugh. He is a doctor to the and Potassium) the renowned vegetable sale. Deeds, Mortgages,etc. Blanks constantly -

much. So when a father says he likes mind as well as the body, and may be blood purifier and there is i no doubt Purchaser to pay for titles. on hand.

his baby he doesn't mean that it is the : regarded as our national physician. His whatever that the patients will soon re JAMES SANDERS, I

finest baby that ever wa ." I pleasant doses may not avail in the cure cover. Rheumatism, Gout, Syphilis, Special Master. I I Great BookThe
Dr. Holmes is an honorary member of. of dyspepsia or cancer, but let any one Scrofula, Malarial poison and all- symptoms Beggs &; Palmer and Bobbins and Graham I Stanley's

the class of 's 1:);, Wellesley college, and take a good spoonful of his famous medicine of impure Mood are quickly removed solicitors for complainant. 7

visited the college several times. Ho I: for melancholia, heartache, homesickness by P. P. P. and as a ready and

spoke warmly of the institution, saying : or hypochondria, and he will simple restorative:; it is gaining ground Commissioner's Sale.

that it was "a delightful occasion to see i thereafter testify to the efficacy of this dailo. Every druggist sells it.

so many young; women grow up to the 1 treatment. ANNIE ISABEL WILLIS. By virtue of an order from the honorable -
full stature of womanhood." He was CORNS, WARTS AND BUNIONS Minor S. Jones, County Judge in and

especially struck with the botanical and I A California Removed quickly and surely by using for the county of Brevard,State ol Florida, t o
and their i Sunday. Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint. dated June 3rd, 1890> I will sell before
chemical departments completeness -
SAN FRANCISCO, June 14.-To an east- the Court-house door, in the town of Ti-
of apparatus, as well as with ern man the most striking feature of X oti ce. tusville, in the county and State aforesaid,
the
the library prospects. But sight California life is the Sunday business. between the legal hours of sale, on the
which most interested him was what he i churches At meeting duly called by law re- of 1890 the bidder .'
Here are ryl church people, a I 7th day July, ,to highest enm'l'. "'
termed the "village of trunks" upstairs.The I as in other cities, and these are not unlike quired of the stockholders of the Indian for cash, all the right, title, interest and plete -toryof"Stanley's recent>> :\ :

hundreds of trunks belonging to faculty '!. the same classes of people in Phila- River Steamboat Company, the articles estate, which George Warren, late of Bre thrilling: ivlvrn- "" r: t

and students in the main college I delphia or Boston. But not only are the of incorporation were so amended that vard county, deceased, had at the time of tomes And of theiisclosiirc n .-
i : his
building are stored during term time in churches open here on Sundays, but the the paragraph which stated the general his death, in and to the following describedreal treat discoveries -
long lofts on its fifth floor. The boards I, theatres, baseball games, shooting tour- nature of the business to be transacted, estate, situate, lying and being in Bre will appearfortheflrsttimo e'

of the roof slope down on either side and naments, fi ;ping and hunting parties. reads as follow: "The general nature of vard county, Florida, to wit: the south half .n the workwritten '
the trunks are placed in rows accordingto and all of seek- the business to be transacted shall be the of the northeast } of the southeast 4 of by READ1IN
the numbers of the owners' rooms, picnics manner pleasure maintenance and operation of a line pf northwest \ also the northwest } of southeast himself.* darkest: ontllo
leaving pathways between.Of ing go on in full blast. Market street, steamboats on the Indian River and other J of northwest } also the northeast 4of 4/rfca.: l In" In two ti
at the ferry docks, is indeed a scene of the southwest } of the northwest \ also the
his present work Dr. Holmes said: waters of the State of Florida. rolumesprofuselyillustrated JULY.
lively activity on Sunday morning. Following south half of the northwest } of the south- ; price
"I am particularly lazy just now, but 1 on each other's heels are bands of CHARLES C. DEMISO, Secretary. west i of the northwest J of section 20, !3,75 per volume. Sold only by subscription
( Do not be deceived by of the o- a1lec !
to do little I like to write any
hope a more. ------ -- ---
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music and uniformed ranks of men township 21 south range 35 east. Stanley books" now being offered as **jrenuine
after breakfast for about two or three marching to take boats or special trainsto Felt DYSPEPSIA H. F. ATKINSON, n and"authentic." To no one of these b&
hours before noon." His days are spent Use Brown's Iron Bitters. Commissioner. Stanley contributed a line.
spend the day in festivity at some
: Physicians recommend it. are now In the field tattnir orders
in reading writing and taking exercise
IGEN"TS
island or grove resort. All dealers keep it. 51.00 per bottle. Genuinehas and the work will be published ti
both walking and driving. He does not The people have become accustomed to trade-mark and crossed red lines wrapper. to July. Applicants should state experience. Ke
Notice Creditors, legatees
in but member that Stanley's own book,tbe emlj
drive patronizes
except summer,
; this sort of thing until it does not strike and, Distributees. one in which he has personal interest will Lea:
street cars in winter. them as being anything out of the ordinary Notice. on the title page tho imprint of
That Dr. Holmes has a great dislike of All persons having claims and demands
every dar occurrence. But what Under and virtue of order issued]
autograph hunters is evident in his con- by an against the estate of William II. Benest, as Charles Scribner'sSonsApply
strikes me as the most amusing feature by lion. )Iinor"'S. Jones. County Judge of
He of creditor, legatees or distributees, will take
spoke wrathfully a
yersation.
of the whole scene is the heathen Chinee, Brevard County, Florida, in the petition notice that their claims must be presentedto
man who had just sent a request inclos- : who himself his ol" V. Houston guardian, I will sell!
apparently governs by Mary me within two years from the date hereof to J. K. AnTIN,
ing a stamped envelope and two "cards own Asiatic calender. In China.there is at public outcry, before the Court House or the same ,will be barred,and persons Charleston
for autographs. "I wrote on one, said door of said county, at Titusville, betweenthe South Carolina.
no such division of time as weeks. They indebted to said estate will make paymentto
he, "because the man had made everything legal hours of slleon the first Monday and
have no Saturday for a halt holiday and me. Sole Agent for Sonth Carolina
ready and convenient, but I would no Sunday for a day of rest. One day is in July I A. D. 1<90, the same beingthe ALBERT F. QUIMBY, Florida.Hucklen'y .

not write on the other and I hope it will the same as another, and as one passes 7th day thereof, the followingpropertv, Administrator of William II. Benest, late Arnica Salve.
be a lesson to him." to-wit: An undivided one-half interest Ina of Dade deceased
through the outlying market gardening county, THE BEST SALVE In the world for Cut?.
certain lot of land described as follows:
his called"Contentment"
Dr.Holmes that in .
says curious poem districts hereabout he sees the industrious Beginning on the east side of a public April 28,1590.EDGAR Bruises, S"re. Ulcer Salt Hlieum. Fever

there is a resem-" heathen busily plowing in his corn road at the northeast corner of a tract of: Sores Tetter Chapped glands Chil
blance to a piece entitled uVants, or hoeing; in his cabbage field. On the land now owned l hy Mrs. Mary Young, HOUSE blains. Corns, ami nil Skin Eruption
by John Quincy Adams, who also quotedthe streets their laundry wagons keep on said point being ;5GO feet south of the north and positively cures Piles or no pay required. -

lines at the beginning of the piece. their rounds in search of soiled linen or line of section 21, township 27 south, range; It is jruanuiteed to give perfect
"To the best of my knowledge," said he, delivering big baskets filled with starched :37 east, and 1613 feet east of the quarter Close to Indian Hirer Inlet. satisfaction, or money refunded. Price

"I did not think of that poem while I was and blueing daubed wash of previously section post on the north boundary of said FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish 2": cents per box. For sale by Dixon &.

writing mine. Its mood is entirely dif- gathered garments. At their laundriesthe ection ((21) thence east variation 2 5-)' Grey. 1019.
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ferent." It begins: lines are filled with drying shirts east 440 feet on to J. O. and C. II. ""alton'sline. Oysters and Game by the XOTICI

Little I ask; my wants are few; flaunting in the breeze and in their factories to Indian River, thence northward Millions. Boats, Wagons and Buggies !
along the river' shore 100 feet, thence south All concerned will take notice that, six
I only wish a hut of stone,
the sound of the hammer and the to take Tourists
A very plain brownstoue will do. 8-10 west 420 feet, thence south 10 east hunting or months after date, I will present any final "
That I may call my own; click of the sewing: machine is heard the along the east side of said road 63 feet to fishing. Good Road from here to account to Honorable Minor S. Jones,

And clone at hand is such a one. same as on other days.Thus the point of beginning, containing 76-KK the Gulf Coast.I County Judge of Ilrevard county, Florida,
In yoLder_street that fronts tie mm is seen on Sunday here the cosmopolitanism acres, more or less, said land being the and pray for an order dismissing' me from
The Holmes residence is a brownstone of the most cosmopolitan property of C. M. Houston, a minor, and have Lots and Houses to sell in the further execution on the estate of John

front, on Beacon street, Boston. The city on the North American continent.W. being sold for his use and enefit. Edgar Town. Call or Address : E. Moore, late of said countv, deceased.S. .

rear windows look out upon the Charles G. E.'iTOY. to H. F. ATKINSON, II. KAY, Administrator.Titnsville ;
Commissioner. A. G. LAGOW etor. Jan. 6 lS9tl. 33-6mo. ;
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: THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY JUNE 26 1890. '7R

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: A I Dr. Acker's English Pills THE TB.OPICA.L TRUNK: LJNE.JAVISOXTILLE .
t LIVELY JOURNALIST.Julius .
Are active, effective and pure. For sick ,_ T.3IP.k KEY 1TEST STSTEI.

Chambers of The World, and HU I headache, disordered stomach, loss of SCHEDULE IS EFFECT JUNE 15, 1890-CEXTRAL STANDARD 1'nn 1
Nose for News. appetite,bad complexion and biliousness,
Going South, Read Down. STATIOXS. Going North, Brad tp.'Ii .
v y have been equaled either in
Y [Special Correspondence. they never ,
America abroad. For sale by Dixon ; s \ i t I 1 1900am
NEW YORK June 19. If or Leave Jacksonville Arrive S 510pm
there is a 150pm 'I 40am amll150lIm' \ 50pml
& Gray, druggists. 1040 320 1010 Arrive 5t. Augustine:; LUTe 11020 ( 2 n
MEN YOU HEAR OF. quaint, queer, curious, or in any way \ 5 JO .. Palatka .. S 50 :12 05

i, unique Occurrence in this or any other Happy Hooslcrs.Wm. 715 05 .". Ormond Dationa. ".. 632 610 I I.'Z I I.

. Sardou, the French dramatist, started country the readers of The World are .TImmons Postmaster of Idaville, + .- + .. : ,
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surgeon's assistant. and became H :Opc 8 50am Leave Jacksonville Arrive, 6 ?Oam'12' &opm 6 Xpm;
out as a going to hear of it or Julius Chambers Ind.. writes: "Electric Bitters has done 410pm
professor of mathematics before he took will know the more for roe than all other medicines 545 112 9 i8 Arrive Green Cove Spring Leave.. 524 1139rm' 4 55'I '
a reason why. He is the 00 2 01 10(5" Palath 4 :5 10-45 4 Oil
up play writing. liveliest managing editor this of live combined for that bad feeling arising 844 309 It 0''pm Seville 30 9:5 24. II
city from Kidney and Liver trouble." John 418' 123" Dt'Land 7 M 125+) ,
The founder of Primrose day, Sir managing editors can boast. He is said Leslie farmer and stockman. of same 10'0 4 0. 1 l3 u Orange City.JnncHon 19 8 S.i 1 U I
Birdwood, is living quietly 1110 4 S5 1 50" Sanford 115 7 115 III
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George to be the only man in New York who place, says : "Find Electric Bitters to be 4 32 Enterprise -: 5:1: '
his estate in England, and helps to cele- can jump off an elevated railway train the best Kidney" and Liver medicine 6 25 I Titl1IViIle \\-300 ,' I I91Sam
the day he created by gifts of : I :' Orlando h 1t.0 t
brate made me feel like a new man. J. W. I I
money. buy a paper and jump on again before Gardner hardware merchant same 10Dpwi .55 I Tampa 71' I :ZO.m!$ .

I Allan W. Thurman, son of the "Old the gates are closed. Mr. Chambers' town, says: "Electric Bitters is just the ; 'I I I a I # ;.
' enthusiastic horsemanand mental and physical dexterity make him thing for a man who is all run down anddon't 215pm 200pm to 8,am Leave p..1atka Arrive '10 ;>5am, 405rm
Roman, is an 331 316 I 11 3i' Arrive luterlarben Leave P:5 3 lIS
quite superior to the traditions of the care whether he lives or dies; he
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admirer of horseflesh. He is a regular 441 349 1211pm lIawthorllC. 8:5 24!
I' editor's desk. Not the found new strength good appetite and 515. 410 12 35 R..chelle 140 : o .
the tracks his even reputationof
visitor 0t race near felt just like he had a new lease on life. 605 440 105 Gainesville 60 1 3.\ I
home. a clever novelist can restrain him Only 50e. a bottle, at Dixon & Grey's '130 448 112 Orange Lake 550 J.l h :

Tsu Knu Yin, the Chinese minister at from doing the most arduous of repor- Drug Store. 5 115-10 2 4 0.13"" Lee Oeala"bUrJt" I 12 11 55 0tam,! i

Washington, is a stout man of about 50 torial duties when he makes up his mind 835 535"' I'eroberton" 9 40 ,
with wife and that he can do it better than any mem- Do Not Suffer Any Longer. 9;::0 6 30" roobville"' 8 (1) ; t.
of one son.
years age a 5 35" EustitJ.' I .r 25 -
lIe was at one time the head of a collegeIn ber of his staff. Besides, the "Cham- Knowing that a cough can be checkedin 8 25 II Tavares I P fIO _

Peldn. berian point of view" in regard to some a day, and the first stages of consumption Daily t Daily except Sunday H Sunday onlv. Trains leaving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. and Palatka
operations human passions is occasionally broken in a week, we hereby ':OJ p. m. are daily between Jacksonville and Palatka.
"Old Hutch. the picturesque Chicagospeculator so novel that no one eke seems able guarantee Dr. Acker's :English Cough CONNECTIONS: At Jacksonville with dherpirg line north east and west. At (>rarpe City Junction i
dresses in solemn black and to occupy it, at which times The Worldis Remedy and will refund the money to for Orange City. New Smyrna and Lake Helen. At Jupiter with J k L VT. Ky. for Lao ke; Worth. At Sanford
felt bat. When in with O.B. Ry. for Oakland. Tarpon Springs, Clearwater and Gulf Coast points, and with Smith Flor
always wears a reposebe sure to have a clever story written by all who buy, take it as per directions, ida fly for Winter Park Maitland, etc. At Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Ee> Weft. Havana and _
is said to resemble Lincoln as he appeared the managing editor.Nevertheless and do not find our statement correct. Mobile and for Manatee River points At 1'nnta Gorda with steamers for Key We t, Havana Punta 1
in 1861. Kassa St. James City and Fort Myers. Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping cars on through fet mail train
Mr. Chambers Sold by Dixon & Gray druggistsItenlarlhable
possesses daily between New York and Tampa without chaise. For information call on or address
The late Fletcher Harper was a sailorto the valuable editorial of
faculty recog- Rescue. D. F.JACK, General Manager.JACKSONVILLE. G. D. ACKERLY Gcn'l Passenger Agt. i
the Chinese seas in his youth. There nizing interesting points of view held byothers
the third of Mrs. Michael Curtain Plainfield, 111., FLORIDA.
is another Fletcher Harper, and when a reporter demonstrates -
makes the statement that she caught
his name, and a great-grandson of the once or twice that he can see into
settled her she
cold which on lung;
founder of the Harper firm. the inside of things and tell what he was treated for a month by her family C1yde S1eap-ship; : : Oo.

Du Maurier, Punch's well known caricaturist sees, that reporter becomes one of the physician but grew a orse. lie told her .
lives in elegant leisure at Hamp- stars within the managerial orl.".. But she" was a hopeless victim of consumption New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.

6tead. He occupies there a big house if this recognition of his ability flatters anil that no medicine could cure her.

that is filled with his wonderful collec- him into indolence his downfall is even Her druggist suggested: Dr. King's New

tion of old engravings and pictures and swifter than his elevation. If there is Discovery for Consumption ; she boughta
anything Managing Editor Chambers bottle and to her delight found herself
with his handsome library. beneh'tted. from first dose. She contin-
positively will not stand it is indolence.
His Royal: Highness Duke Carl Theodore ued its use and after taking_ ten bottles I
Like most college bred men he is en
of Bavaria, has resumed the gratu- found herself sound and well now does
4 itons treatment of eye diseases among rapport with all kinds of outdoor sports. her own house work and is as well" as
Frequently his desk will not be unlocked she Free trial bottles of this
and recently he has ever was. .
the Tyrolese ,
poor during the day. While it is gathering Great Discovery at Dixon & Grey's .
successful issue 170
carried to a opera- terrifying accumulations of correspondence Drug Store. Large bottles 30c. and $i. ,.
tions of which fifty-three were for cataract -
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sheets -- ..
"special copy" and proof o .
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been for his the morrow's issue, its occupant may bt That Terrible CoughIn The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : i
has
Dion Boucicault paid
excited observersat
found ituiong the most the morning, hurried or difficult (Standard Time.)

various plays, among which are "Rip" the Brooklyn Handicap, swinging his breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.
Van Winkle," "London Assurance, hat in proval of a three-base hit at the the chest, quickened pulse, chilliness in 1'

"Shaughraun" and "Colleen Bawn," ball game, or bathing in the surf at the evening or sweats at night/ all or any Pier 29, E. River. STEAMER.
Yet he is today first of Tuesd ty, May 27, at 3pm ......IROQt"OIS.811n4ay: June 1, at 3 pm
upwards of $3,000,000. L 1and. Now watch him when he of these things are the stages
work Coney i, Frida, 30, at 3 p m......CHEKOKRE,......Thursday, 5, at G am
and at 68 is hard at on a new editor consumption. Dr. Acker's English
The
the night
iu evening.
poor enters "
Tuesday, June 3, at 3 p in...,.. YEMASSEE.Sunday, S, at4 am
play, being in need of the money that he to him on three or four very Cough Remedy will cure these fearful Co
wants see
Friday, 6, at 3 p m ......SEMIXOLEThursday, 12, at 12 neon
expects it will bring him. important matters, and one or two spe- symptoms, and is sold] under a positive. Tuesday, 10, at 3 p m..,... IROQUOIS, ........Sunday, f; at '' pm

William Waldorf Astor, since he be- cial men want instructions regarding guarantee by Dixon & Gray, druggists.The Frid iv, 13, at 3 p III ......CHEROKEE,......Thursday, 19, at 5 a Dl

came the richest man in America, has work of great urgency.A First Symptoms cf Death. Tuesday, 17, at 3 p m .....SEMI SOLE,......_Sunday, 22, at 7 am

the gloomiest expression of face conceivable prominent lawyer, a politician, a in Friday, 20, at 3 p m........IHOQUOIS,........Thur day, 26, at 11 a mTuesday
Tired fueling, dull headache pains I 24 3 ...... ...... 1
his former cheerful demeanor having popular preacher and nobody knows how ,. at p m CHEKOKEE, Sunday, W, at pm
entirely, departed. His head hangs other people who appreciate the various parts of the body, sinking at the Friday, 27, at 8 p m..... SEMINOLE.Thursday: July 3, at1 am
many pit of the stomach loss of appetite, fever-
forward like that of a man who is i influence wielded by a great newspaper, ishness pimples or sores, are all]] positive' For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply toJ.
and been waiting half an hour. The A 7XSLIE, Supt, Jacksonville; 1. G. }.OH Traffic ?tanager. ft Uowlune Green, Nov York;
down responsibilities have
weighed by evidence of poisoned blood. No matter JOtfN\ L. HOWARD F. }'. A., Jacksonville. F.\1. IRONMONGER, F P. A., Jatki-Miviile.
his eyebrows are drawn together in an night editor and the special men get how it became poisoned it must lIe purified 'Ii'M. 1'. CLYDU S CO.. General Agents 12 South hares, rhllmleli ; 3. Howling

almost querulous fashion. their answers, one, two, three, while the to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English Green, New York. ; :
unloaded. The ---- ----------------- ----- -- ---- '
managerial desk is being Blood Elixir has ncvcr failed: to remove -

MEN OF LETTERS. prominent lawyer and the politician are scrofulous or syphilitic; poisons. '
disposed of in one and one-half minutes Hold under positive guarantee. Sold by MALLORY'S NEW YORK..FLORIDA LINES.

William Black was paid $8,500 for the each, and sent about their business with Dixon & Gray, druggists.

serial rights to his last novel. such pleasant tact that they think they New York Philadelphia Boston & Florida. .

William H. Ballou,author of "A Rideon leave on their own accord. The popular CHEAPEST FROM MAKEF ,

written readable t!es his time, for Mr. Cham- Fla. Till PSD1I 1:
a Cyclone, has a very preacher 9V7 Co Setting from \ FERNAXDIXA Erery
book called "The Bachelor GirL bers has a soft spot in his heart" for p I":i-Hy: Manf'g } XEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m.

Fritz Reuter is the Charles Dickens of preachers who have big conceptions of DALTON, GnORGIA.IRON IRON STEAMERS
But he reads proofsall
and
things.
people
works
Northern Germany. His are com-
the talks and per- RAILINGS, GATES, Rio Grande
posed in the idiom of the north and are the time preacher M ,
character sketches. haps performs also a sort of obligato in POSTS, CRESTINGS # s t Capt. Connor.
witty
very the shape of a letter dictated to his sec JAILS, ROOFS, STAIRS "
M. M.. Ballou, who had one of the retary. His "record" was made one State of Texas,

most popular story papers in America evening at 11:45: when big news wasflying Cast Columns, Capt. Williams. .
forty years ago, is still in business, but all directions. While revising 3 T'11L l
in from Lintels, Sills, etc ''
Antonio
of San
City
writes only books of travel now. the proof of a story coining closeto I ;

Walt Whitman, who is 71 years old, is the danger line of libel he dictated a MILLS ALL LATEST Capt Wilder. B .

said to be failing rapidly in health. He talked to the exchange editor, ate SAW IMP ROVEMENTS.
letter, Passengers from Titueville, Julian River and Ea-t: Coast poi to. arriving in Jacksonville from J.,T. t"s
is no more seen on the streets of Camdenin a sandwich, drank a bottle of ale and BEST IL \V. Hall wa.', mike couuectiou *ith inou.iugaud afternoon trains for Feruaudica and steamers aa
his wheel chair, but confined, to his trimmed his mustache with the exchange TRADE sNO TiWRITE ad\tr-ist'd:

modest home.Although editor's sheers. That is Julius Cham- HEW The ':15 p. m. train from Jacksonville: connects \\itl1l1tl'alUer at Fernandina. i

85: years of age, Isaac Mc- bers. CURTIS DUNHAM. for Pictures ant Leave New York. STEAMERS. Leave Feinandina. !

Lellan, who was at college with Long- Prices anythin Friday, Mav 30,..........................RIO GRANDE,.................._Thursday, June .",
fellow and Hawthorne, and who wrote THE GENTLER SEX. \ or Friday- June 6,........._............STATE OF TEXASThll la), 12

the "Poems of the Rod and Gun." never said made you need In Friday, 13..............._......... RIO GRANDE,..........-........:Thursday, 19Friday
misses opportunity to fish. Mrs. Burnett to have a METAL, we can send it promptly.Be :)().,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,................1'Jl\t".lay". 20
an half million of dollars by her literary Friday, 27,..................... .....RIO GRANDE...................Thursday, July 3
James Lane Allen.the Kentucky writer work. sure you mention this paper. Friday, July 4,........................STATE OF TEXAS,...............ThurwlaV, 10

is very tall and of a commanding pres- Mrs. William Waldorf Astor is one of Friday, 11,.................. .......RIO GItANiEFhursda), 17

ence. He is a confirmed bookworm, and best mandolin players in the Four Friday, 18,........................STATE OF TEXAS,...............Thursday, ;!4.

when not at work at home can be foundin the Hundred of New York. P '* P. Friday, 25,........................... RIO GRANDE, ................. Thursday, h 31 I -I
book stores,
of Cincinnati's For General information apply to
some one ,
Baroness Burdett-Coutts has headed a I I' ,J.1.. CUTLER, Gen. Pass Agent 77 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
reading. with the view of pur- ------ ---- --- G M. HUBBY. Agent. loot of Centre street Fcrnandaia, Fla. '4
the first etcherin public subscription i Is recommended by phj girians because! they see itsI Pier 20 E. R. N. Y.
Whistler is indisputably chasing Mr. Stanley a handsome resi- I healthy eii'ertsall around them.A C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, i
the world, and one of the most widelyknown _
anti director of --- -
New York -- -- ----------
leading in
physician
artists. He has developed a mostentertaining dence. one of the large hospitals, says, F -b. Hh, J 8''0, he Egyptian Queen, Ripley, Black & White Antigua &other fancy Pine Slips & Suckers. I
of writing in the last Mrs. Perugini, Charles Dickens'second has made use (.(tile I'. 1' I1. sent him, and was I1
style "The sketches for the English maga- pleased toay P P. P. proud efficacious in a number Xunmi's Improved mid Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early.
few years, and the material for daughter, of of case. a'id adds it ie no more than be should Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate. r
successful painter
Gentle Art of Making Enemies mostly zines. She is also a have of such anticirtatrd well-kuown from drug.satisfactory. combination INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer O). -1i

personal will be widely read. children portraits. Aprorr.iuent railway superintendent Savannah Send for Circular. Ao\ Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc. and Mapes' and
made
Eugene Field, the famous writer in Lady Sandhurst who has a reputation {name given ou application) says he was crippledby iJavidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue. !
entirely as a Liberal orator and organizer, I a disease in lets and amis po\\trlet-s to walk or Melbourne Fla.
Nurseries
almost Indian River
The Chicago News, is received the compliment of the eat without assistance, bating lost the me of bis JOHN B. BEACH, ,
bald. He has a long and rather humorous lately the limbs by rheumatism, malaria dyspepsia. etc.
mimic. freedom of the city ofDublin, being Physicians here st-nt him to New York and they t
face, and is an accomplished on whom that honor has returned him here and he was as complete a wreckas $ .
He writes in a very small and accurate only woman one could te: awl I \'e. A course ot P P P. has 9iFINEHOyOAE
band, forming each letter with precisionand been conferred for 300 years.One made him a well man. ,

distinctness, and he uses enormous of the ablest of the women reformers 1*. P. P. is known arnnns physicians in the South r fOVJ z:CF.z.--
for its various and wonderful cures as the great
Deraismes.She
sheets of white paper for his social cor of France is Maria and a blood purifier of the age Also Wall and Prescription cases,Cedar j

respondence.CRISP. is described as a convincing Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays i
witty speaker, endowed with much ora- Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and
and Stools. Cabinet
CONDENSATIONS. torical power. She is tall, with a large, Blood Poison Banks. Catalogue free. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta, Ga. i .
fine expressiveface
commanding figure, a ,

: In Paris'public library pieces of music and a strong voice. Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis\ old N.1 U 1AN'S Schooner, MANATEE, I ,
:
, 3 are loaned the same as books.It The foremost woman artist in Englandis Pore, pimples, blot.-hes. scrofula Iloo.and mercurial 1 '

is reported from the ruby mines of probably Mrs. Jopling, who has a the use poison of P. and P. P.skin Hosts diseases of certificates are eradicated arC by in NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY J. W. ZELLEKS, 3Iaster. ; R:.

Burmah that a ruby weighing 304 carats charming studio that is a favorite resort office to show the cures in these diseases where all This 28-ton Yacht can be chartered
artistic and lit- medicines have failed.Rheumatism. THE PIONEER AGEXCY.For
baa been found. of the best known other for all points up and down the river, on

Opium is the hardened juice of the erary people in London. Mrs. Joplingis terms and sample copies address the coast, or to the Bahama I ....

white a native of Asia but grow- still in the prime of life, although she CHAS. NAUMAN, Commodious, safe and good accommo
i
ing extensively poppy in Europe. has been married..--three--times.-- ___ Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. dations. Further particulars addressTITUSYIIXE -

'is new fad. It is Tokio instead of --- -- I FLA. { ,
Black a in
ice
cream
,1 The water supply Inflamitory, gout, sciatic and its kindred dis. XOTICE .
colored by tho addition of charcoal and taken directly into the house, isled eases with its excruciating pains are cured by the a
( being rule are only wonderful blood cleansing properties of P. P. P. that six months after A. FROSCHER, 4
". ; the juice of Turkish prunes into wells, which, as a Ash Poke Root acd Potassium.! ) Is hereby given
j i. The census takers receive two cents a on one side of the street. (Prickly the first publication of this notice I will TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

:;' name, except for the names of soldiersor German scientist has discoveredthat present my final accounts and apply to Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden t
, soldiers' widows, for which they are A the trunks of which are covered Catarrh the County Judge of Dade County for
trees of and Caskets.
the most my final discharge as administrator Coffins Cases
entitled to five cents. or lichen are
,". with\moss the estate of August Hars, late of Dade ,
: It is suggested that cellars may be liable to lightning strokes. Originate in scrofulous catarrh.LIPPMAN tairL .P.P.P. purifies the County Florida, deceased. Funerals attended if de'ired. All orders

ventilated by connecting them by pipe For the marine aquarium of the Paris blood and this prevents nn05. HEINRICII HARS, promptly executed and at reasonable rates.

with the kitchen chimney, which win exhibition of 1878 sea water was brought Sole prcr-ietors Block.8 of"-.P.nnab P. P.Lippman'a ,.Ga. March 20, 1800. Administrator. I Embalming done. '

"r. carry off the foul gases.' from the English channel by rail at a j

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MELBOURNE'MENTION. equally well located fail while Fred succeeds -

as do also the Smith brothers who
Pants Pants Trousers

NEWS OF THE VICINITY PAST WEEK IN THAT are working his near boys.neighbors, and also hard ROYAL !


Mr. C. J. Hector entertained a num-

Pointed Paragraphs for the ltead- ber of his English friends at the ":\lel-
rlaced in We propose to make PANTS and SHOES the Two Leading Featuresat
bourne" last the occasion
er'.reruAal. on Wednesday ,
being the 10th anniversary of his opening
Rev. Father O'Boyle was a victor at
business here. The tables were tastefully
the Seminole camp.
decorated and loaded with all the delicacies -
Rev. Mr. Getman preached at the Union of the season beside more substantial "THE BAZAAR"I
A fair -
last Sunday. congregation
chapel
oysters of most excellent quality in various

were in attendance.Mr. styles, turkey and other heavier the future. Though: we will continue to lead in LOW PRICKS IN
and Mrs. J. O. Walton, Mrs. W. meats, supplemented with Champagne,
visitors EVERYTHING in Dry Goods, Notions and Clothing. We haveabout
Wilson and Miss Ruth were pleasant etc., ad libitum. Among those presentwere
at Melbourne last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and POWDER 400 pair Pants in process of Manufacture, which will
be in stock about the 21st.
If we have hot weather it is comfort- Master Claude, of Eau Gallie, Mrs. W. Everyone is cordially

ing to know they are as bad off north Wilson and Miss Ruth Wilson, of Courtney Absolutely Pure.A invited to call and examine them.

without our refreshing breezes. Mrs. E. M. Campbell, Miffs II. Al- cream of tartar baking powder. Highest -
of all in leavening strength.-U. &
Mr. S. F. Gibbs will soon leave us for len, Mrs. R. Goode and family, and Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. !9dam L TUR.1'Catl ER.. c&? OO
the northern :\Ie srs. Allen, Chas. F. and Win. R.
an extended tour through

states. Mr. Gibbs does not appear to Campbell, the party numbering 18 in all. T. D. GIBBENS GEORGE. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
did Though an impromptu affair it was emi- ,
relish bachelor life as well as he some Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law.

years ago. nently successful, and highly enjoyedby MANUFACTURERS'\ AGENT :a.OBBINS c G-R.AJ3A1VI: :,
all Mr. Hector well be ,
present. may
Mr. M. A. Martin has taken possessionof of REAL ESTATE: DEALERS
proud his from small JACKSONVILLE FLA. ,
success; a very ,
the meat market for the Summer ,,AM KINDS OF PROPERTY ISOUtiHT, SOII) aL. l:\t'I1.\xa I: ).
and will be provided with beef hereafter beginning he has built up one of the Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufac Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.
heaviest trades on the river, carrying astock turers' Prices, ,
Saturday,
week. Ice cream,
twice per .-.
of thousands:; of dollars. O. Box, 250,
was an attraction for many.Heavy Lard Canned f Meats Flour
at Eau Gallic, Satur Editor Florida Star: TITUSVILLE. B1L E YARD CO., FLO1UDA.
showers
the Will you allow me space to put a GRITS AND MEAL. !. We Buy and Sell all kinds of Heal Estate and are sole Agents for a large list of
just
falls
dav."Te are told it on Correspondence Solicited. carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
and unjust alike; sometimes the order is question to our County Democratic Executive I RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
Committee i ? on Indian Kiver. *
reversed fur instance, we got ours
as It is this Will those men voting the INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Rotate business are unequalled,
unday instead (if Saturday.The and eti'ort will be made to satisfaction
Prohibition ticket at last election be allowed every give perfect to intending Purchasers oho
who were mentioned last may favor us with their patronage.
parties
start north weredela'ed in the Democratic primaries or Titusville, Florida. I No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
to
week as preparing of Mrs. Dr. not. If so, what night have they there. Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. Special attention given to Colonies: and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-
by the indispositon priced lands. Write for
Descriptive Pamphlet.
An answer to this will be gladly received Authorized Capital
Fee.'e hear she has so far recoveredthat $100,000, -
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they will begin their trip this week b y many voters. VOTKU.We Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A GEORGE M. KOIilHNS, President.'ALTEI S. GRAHAM. Secretary.---
would that tho, who
Migge&t .e were GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN-
Monday.Messrs.. prohibitionists in tie campaign two SACTED.JAMKS :x'oVA.rd Abs"trac1; of Titlo Co.,

D.Y.. McQuaig and A. E. years ago should not have a voice in PIITCJIAKI Prudent, Incorporated A. D. 1889.

Rogue are off for another 'gator hunt. primaries unless they pledge themselves W. II. IlAKXKTr, Viceresident.. CAPITA STOCK, $:;,000 ; "l'J LY PAID ; \-tSST.SSAIlLi
the
to support nominees of the Demoratic -
.
WM. M.: Boons
double their last recordof Cashier.
They propose to party. Charges for Attracts: as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each ad-
GO 'gators in four days, if. possible.Mr. ___h---- Directors: James Pritchard, "'. }}. Barnett dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz.,3.00
Jas. McQuaig is running the store Many"Persons J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.
Are broken down from overwork or householdcares W.1.. Brown
meanwhile.Mr. Brown's Iron Bitters Taxes Paid for IVoii-RcsitlcntN.

rebuilds the system,aids digestion,removes ex- i Every favor consistent will Consoryatiye! ZS? For Small Fee will
C. S. Perkins, the courteous and cess of bile and cures malaria Get the genuine. a we relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
Branch'sstore annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
capable bookkeeper atlr. Oar Very Best People Baffin! extended Sale. 12

leaves here this week we und *- Box 250 Titusville Fla.iJ1E .
Confirm our statement when we say thatDr. Correspondent : Seaboard Xat'l ankof ,

tand, for a visit to New York city and Acker's EnsrlUh! Remedy is in every New York ; Xat'I Bank of Jacksonville. -- -------------- -------- --- -----
other points of interest. We hope to way superior to any and all other prepa-
greet his return early in the fall. rations fir the Throat and Lungs.: III C .A CE :

iVhooping: Cousin and Croup, it is magic: : JAGKSONVlllE r MARBLE' GO We begin this week
and will Slash
John T. Bennett the efficient mail iiid relieves at once. We offer you a ; Prices and convert Goods into Cash. VVe

clerk on the lower river is enjoying a sample bottle free. Remember, this :'Dealt-rs inMonuments intend making: improvements in our place and

well earned two. weeks vacation. For Remedy is sold on a positive :guarantee. MUST REDUCE STOCK.This
Sold by Dixon & Gray druggists.Brevard .
,
his from the Department :
the past month report ---- ----- -- = Headstone' Sale cannot fail to interest anyone who should wish anything in our line.
shows that he had not made a

single error either way; a most. excellent Co. m mz Iron Fencing. For the Next Thirty Days We Will. Offer Our Entire Stock

showing 4m d Lawn Furniture .A.T COST !

Monday afternoon of last week a large STATE BANK L ': Marble,

schooner was observqd southward bound A == :;;; Granite, Slate, Call and be Convinced that We are Offering Genuine
:::s Q
and very close in to rfiore. The wind COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED t. p Onyx.Bnil.ling Bargains.GOLDSMITH.

was stiffS. E. and she seemed to be laying ::: Stone, i BEOS.Groceries .

her course and making extra good 1889. .: Wire Fencing, 1

speed; her sails could be plainly seen CAPITAL: 3: Slate Mantels,

from the verandah oflr.. liramh's Subscribed, $25OOO; Authorized, Iron Mantels. E. L. JBR.AD-Y-
$100,000.ACCOUNTS i ,
store.

The schooner Seminole arrived on SOLICITED ('1 :Jh.. Grates Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
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Sunday with lumber, shingles, etc., for J Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. -'t;>-<........ ... ...-...< YI I T"1HJ "iH .1-. ,
Mr. E. P. Branch's residence on New : :>-S.:: ................. r I r Y ,:"\. I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and
DIRECTORS: ...>- ,..., ....
\ Fancy
>- .>- I l' T
Haven avenue. 'The location being a ... >-oH....>-C-t.o. >.-

rightly one, the house will present a fine ALHEHT JAMES TAYLOR HOLMES, President., Vice-Preside::t. -<11II'..".'.>-<'>"-'.>..-.<:,:",)00>>----.:.... -- 1]I 1 1 y T >-0 .,.I ;>JoJ< Groceries, Fruit and Food ProductsOf

appearance from the riyer. We hope to R. B. HOLMKS, Cashier.J. .": : 1"r } :>.
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{'' "Id 'I I" I all kinds. Also Stock of
see several\ more houses elected (shortlyin M. Sanders J. F. Wootcn.Xolicc c.; ""I :<:';"I my

proximity to Mr. Branch's. And all kind of Tiling, Hearths Wire Mats, and Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat.I .
,
of Incorporation.Notice in tart anything made of Wire Iron,or any kind of ,

Capt. McFadden was in town for a few Stone.Send for CataIo l1l'. lit the same time. stating the am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of
minutes last Saturday. lIe makes no is hereby given that the undersigned \ty\\ of goods yon are in need of as we have differ. Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit

complaint of dull times. The schooner persons have formed a company for Ou lit!!inet Catalogues>s. in the different branches of our 25 your patronage.: Very truly,

Manatee has been on the ways some time the purpose of in maintaining the and operating 25 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla. E. T;. BRAD
for of
public use conveyance persons
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undergoing thorough repairs. The and property a railroad already constructed

jschooner Queen has also been out pre from Jupiter, on the Indian River,to Juno, EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.
paring for a sea voyage. The sloop on Lake Worth, both in Dade county, Flor-
ida. The name of the company is"Jupiter STXLIN""GT.A.
llobinson Crusoe also has been on for a & I..akerorlh Railway Company." The .:rLOR.,

general cleaning up preparatory to run- length of said railroad is about eight miles, Cocoa Indian Kivcr
and the name of the through into Florida.
ning as a trade boat between Fort Pierce county or
which it is made is Dade countv. The
and Jupiter. The sloop North Star i is DEALERS IN
capital stock of the company consists of
still on the ways. 500' shares of $100 each, or 50,000: in

Mr. L. R. Alexander unearthed last I, all. The undersigned compose its firs
I Board of Directors.J. .
week from the Long hammock mound R. PARROTT. Jacksonville. Fla. Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware

two more skulls as perfect as are eve G. J ZEHSBAUER: Palatka, Fla. ,
found of that age. He managed to put his! T. :M.DAYJu.JacksonvilleFla. ,

hat, size 71, on one of them ; the forehead Titnsville, Fla. June 2Gth, 1890. 007a. AND
AGATE-WARE.
retreated from the line.of the eye brows,

the skulls being very long from the ACHE: ODELL Paints, Oils, lass and Putty, .. .

crown to the chin, being shaped much TYPE WRITER. o .. TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY

like the skull of the Flat Head Indians Plumbers' and Mill wI ,

Mr. Ed. Morgan also secured two good I BARBED WIRE

8j,ecimens. Numerous pieces of broke df20 will buy the Odcll Type Supplies,
found but whole vessel Writer and Check 1'erIOratoi' -
pottery are no NmlNG
with 78 Characters, and SIS WIRE
nor hatchets or weapons of any kind fir the Single Case Otlcll, warrant- ,
so far. e.1 to do better work than any machine Doors Sash Blinds
made. and CLOTH.
WIRE
A strange craft was noticed enter! I t)
It combines Simplicity with Durability,
Crane creek last week. Inquiry developed bpfcd. Ease of Ojtcration, wears longer I "
BRICK LIME'
CEMENT
the fact that it was the sailing without. co
lighter of Fred Prang, who, having made machine. Has no ink ribbon to bother

four times on hi: vegetable crop and the operator. It is .1'e it, Substantial, SHINGLES and LATH. AMMUNITION,
nickel plated perfect,and adapted to all
finding the prices failing, owing to Caro- kinds of type writing. Like a printin FISIIIX TACKLE.

lina and Virginia shipments, hal left press, it produces sharp, clean, lejribl" Ship CIa
the balance for the mosquitoes to harvest, manuscripts. Two to ten copies can be iid1erycc>c>ds,

and came Melbourne for a few months made at one writinir.: Any intelligent Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com
rest and to improve his lot on New Havenacenur. person can become a good operator in any's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. '
We offer _
two days. Sl.OOO to any .
Fred has cleared over $900 in operator who can equal the work of the
Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Collins and Caskets.ARTESIAN .
a few month The secret of his success Double ('ast' Odc.". ,

being that he does not put off till another Reliable Atrents and Salesmen: .wanted WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.
Special inducements to Dealers. I
day what rante done now, and also, For 1 amph let giving Indorsements, Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. solicited and
Correspondence
that whatever he doe, he does with all etc., address, i estimates furnished promptly. .

his might. He ha also land specially I ODELL TYPE WRITING COM : ,

adapted for gardening.. Still others. Rookery Building, Chicago, HI. STILING & TAYLOR.



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