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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: July 10, 1890
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (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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VOL. XI.

TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1S90. NO. 12.



LOCAL LACONICS. -Mr.\ ; Fred Newberger and Mr. M. D. A GLORIOUS t FOURTH. they were all looking for heavy weather aground and pulled ashore, and Willie

Abrams, of Savannah, Ga., were in town as that is her strongest ground, and un- Joyner gave up after the first round. I

THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. Monday.Mrs.. AN EXCITING REGATTA WHICH IS VERY doubtedly, had the weather clerk in the There were no capsizes as last year, 1

Gus Miller returned to Jupiter CLOSELY CONTESTED.The Indian River Hotel been a little more but interest was great among the many

Current Events of Our Town and Suburbs Monday morning, accompanied by her generous in dispensing his wares, the who witnessed the little regatta.

Briefly Epitomized.Mr. little daughter, Lillian. Sloop :Naiade Wins First Prize. Every Arrow would have made a much better This interest has not waned among the

J. H. Rollins has gone to Palat- -No one bores better or cheaper artes Part on the Programme Successfully Carried showing. little fellows, and nearly e'erday two

fca for a couple of weeks. ian wells than F. P. Hall, of Georgiana. Out and Everybody Well Pleased. In the second class the Rosie H. was or more of them can be seen racing over

-Mr. J. W. Comstock, of Brooklyn Write him for prices. All Went In for a JUg Time and Got It. of course the favorite and with Georgeand the: course again for some small prize.

N. Y.; was in town Sunday.Mr. -The equalization of taxes is takingup Last Friday was a most auspicious dayin Frank Houston aboard she is a sure Even the tempting breeze ot Sunday

winner. Tho Windward did good work, afternoon could not be resisted.FAT i .
W. E.
Karns considerable Titusville
of Knoxville, of the time of the for celebrating the one
and the Alta well handled but evidently
Tenn., was a visitor to our town on County Commissioners this week. hundred and fourteenth year of Ameri was AND LEAS BASE BALL TEAM.
is not modeled or rigged to sail
Saturday. -Tax Collector Hall, of City Point, ca's independence. It was not so warmas As soon as the regatta was over, the
with other boats the river which
on come
-Services at St. Gabriel's Episcopal was in town Monday attending to some many days of the previous week or so; in her class. exciting contest between the Fats and

church, Sunday ; morning at 11 and work relating to his final report of last while a cloudy mid-day with very light after two o'clock the Leans was witnessed. On the Fat side
Shortly
eyening at 7:30. Rev. B. F. Brown will year's taxes. showers made it pleasant to enjoy the judges arrayed in mother hubbards and wearing
the for the The
signal
gave start. Alpha
officiate.Rev.. special features on the program which wide-brimed hats, were Messrs. J. Q.
-The Board of
County Commissioners: crossed the line followed by the Arrow
were mainly in the afternoon.The Stewart, J. E. Bowman
Lichty J. D.
J. N. Jones leaves here in the completed: their labors yesterday, but owing i the Naiade and the Spray. The course ,
excursion train arrived from San- Crabb, J. F. Lewis, B. A. Circle, Wm.
morning on a visit to his relatives in to the length of their proceedings we was perfect the boats having to sail in six Z
ford about half-past eleven o'clock, Jarvis, C. J. Schoonmaker and Thos.
South Carolina. cannot give them to readers
our until directions. The wind was very light
bringing about seventy-five excursionistsand Uaglin.
Editor Ellis B. Wager started for next week. from the southwest and after the judge's
the The
Orlando Cornet band, who commenced Leans were represented by W. M.
Jacksonville this! morning on a two or -Mr. W. H. Melrath, special agent their excellent music the train stake was passed all interest centered in Brow, W. S. Graham, T. Johnson, A. A.

three days' trip. eleventh census, arrived in town the end the race between the Alpha and the
rolled into the station. They were met Stewart, E.1.. Moore, Wade Harris, Jno 1
-Mr. II. T. Bibb'and wife, of :Monti of last week, and will remain for one or by the "Big Four" committee, of Titu Naiade. The start was a beautiful one i Cameron, Teague Norwood and E. D.

cello, are stopping in town, having arrived two, weeks to attend to business connected ville, Messrs.\ "'. M. Brown, John Cam- and the seven boats laying to the south Raney.
with the Census Bureau lIe hails on the wind, formed a sight long to be
here Tuesday. eron, J. P. Goldsmith and E. D. Raney, The score stood 13 to 7 in favor of the

Money I Money 11 Money 111 to from Gainesville, Fla. all arrayed in silk hats, etc., who led the remembered by the spectators who were Leans.

-Mr. J. P. Turner started parade and down fortunate enough to be on the city or The Fats attribute their
loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & Monday up Washington avenue defeat, not so
railroad dock.
Graham, Titusyille, :Fla. morning for North Georgia where his and Main street. much to their wearing mother hubbards ,

better half is now staying He expectsto rIGS CLOVER.. The race was interestin from the startto as to their lack of practice in playing.
-Mr. Mitchell and little daughter,, the finish. The backers
of the
: be back here in about two weeks. Mrs. leading On the other hand the Leans that
Ruth, who came up to witness the regatta The interval of half an hour to dinner boats in the first class took the time from say
Turner will not return until later in the only consideration: for their corpulent
and sports, returned home to Jupiter time was then given to the "Pigs in the stake to stake and the few seconds lostor op-
season. Clover a new amusement for Indian ponents prevented their running their r
Monday moruing. won kept the excitement to fever
-We learn that :\Ir.V.. P. Lawshe lliverites. up score up to 50 or 100 runs.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Miller, of the Indian heat. From the start the Alpha kept
has handed in his Captain Stewart never off his base '
station got
resignation ,
as
The three live into I
pigs were put a
the lead and
River Hotel, started on a visit to gained between every stake. for he
agent at this place, and that :\Ir.1.. E. circular fence enclosing a about 25 was not that kind of a base man '
Cordele Ga. space Although she was beaten it must be admitted
Tuesday morning, and like of the
Gruber takes his place. Mr. Lawshe will feet diameter. Within this circle were many players, but Tom Johnson -
that Mr. Fozzard's is
will be away two or three weeks. generalship third baseman
for the Leans
probably leave us Saturday, and his never
many two more circular fences with openings,
as near be and the
perfect as can
Un-gah east-ta-had-ka take heap manage held the ball when ho t, <
; friends here regret his departure.Mr. and except caught it
hold
a center pen large enough to ment of his boat from beginning to end
with "
Indians picture. Photographs taken at his "chest
Frank Dreyer, of New York, the pigs. The prize of $5 was offered to was admired by all who saw it. protector.
"Green Corn Dance" of Seminole Indians.
cousin of Mr. the who could corral the three Doctor Graham's running bases was
a : Henry Dreyer, arrived one pigs The Naiade was well handled, yet the
Address S. Shear I. R. P. Cocoa Fla.
something like catching sand crab
here Thursday nighttospenda month from the outer circle to the pen in the crew had not worked together before, as a on

-The steamer Georgiana is expectedto or so in this section. This is his firs: shortest time.Ir.. W. M. Brown made the crew of the Alpha had, which of the ocean beach-when you think you ;+

take the place of the steamer St. visit to Indian Hirer in sixteen years, at the first attempt in four minutes; Mr. course was a point in favor of the latter.In have got him one way, he turns and goes

Augustine for a few days while some re. which time he lived with his parents on Sam Norton tried next and beat him bya the second class, the Rosie H. held the other way so quickly that he gets
her lead and in the second time around
pairing is being done to the wheel of the the Delespine Grant. half minute. Mr. Lawshe came in the course led the Spray and with cor- away from you.Schoonmaker.

Augustine.Mr. next and they were penned in two and a rected time was very close to the win- and Brown, as pitchers '

and Mrs. J. Walton and son, -Mrs. Josie Wager and her sister, half minutes. Mr. J. P. Turner tried his ners in the first class. W. K. W. have missed their calling. They should
Miss\ Eva Clapper, left here for Jacksonville -
Claude, who have been .staying. at the hand at driving stock and made it in -
this morning their- to
on
Indian River Hotel for four or five days, way three minutes. None of the small boys TIME .l\.BLE.
Albany, N. Y., where they expect to re- '
returned to their home at Eau Gallie on seemed disposed to try to beat the record, .
main with relatives two or three months.Mr. FIRST CI.AS
Tuesday's steamer. hence Mr. Lawshe was announced the ..
E. B. Wager accompanied his mother
-The County Democratic Executive winner with many hearty hurrahs.THE SAME OF YACHT, OWNER, START. nXISII. ACTUAL CORRECT'D LXGTII.
and aunt as far as Jacksonville.We .
AND CLASS. II. )1. S. I1.)1. S. TDIF TDIE. Fr. IY.
RIFLE SHOOT.
Committee held their meeting Tuesday

instead of : the day take pleasure in giving our the "Rifle Shoot" held ti _
Monday ( At 10
morning readers and down the river a. m. was Alpha, Cha Fozzard,......... 2 00 30 3 58 14 1 57 44 1 16 58 25 8
mentioned in the call), owing to the absence up supple near the old ice factory. The distancewas Arrow, A. Canova,.............. 2 1 10 4 17 28 2 16 18 1 31 26 10

of the Secretary, Mr. J. F. Woolen. ment, this week, containing the full re- one hundred yards at a military l\aiade, E. It Wager,......... 2 2.15 4 5 28 2 3 13 1 16 05.r 21 10

port of Senator Call's and Col. Chipley's Winchester rifles being used. Spray, Anderson: Brn,........, 2 1 55 I no fini h. 23 00
E. target
-F. Bergman, L. Bergman, Bergman .
discussion at Arcadia last week. Read SECOND CI.ASS. IRosie
'and II. Bergman arrived here on I The entries were made with score as
,
it for yourselves and see if the Senator follows H., Frank Houston, ." 2 5.15 4 20 04 2 H IV 1 21 20 18 Grin
Saturday from New York. Mr. Berg successfully refutes the charges made : ward, U. A. Conkling,..1 2 6 23 4 26 25 2 20 02 1 23 18 16 10

man has a place at Indianola, and hand e: against him. J. F. Lewis, 1 0 1 0 2 4 Aha, :\Iartin.: ...................... 2 7 00 4 46 40 2 39 40 1.13 20 17 00

his family started there on Mondaymorning's L. Chandler, 00000 0 JUDGE : John H. Hogan, Cltr. F. Fischer, Jno. II. Sams.
steamer. -Mr. S. H. Ray returned from his sad J. E. Bowman, 01000 1 TIME CALCCLATOR : Hubert 1V. Bessey_-

-Signal Service officer T. J/ O'Brienwas visit to Quincy, Florida, Monday eye- J. P. Turner 00034 7 44 KEEPER: S. Shear. .11

ning. In the unexpected death of his 3
E. C. Hosford, 21000
in town Sunday. He has been away brother Mr.1T1y has the heartfelt Excitement was so great among the be on the retired list of the New Yorkor
sympathies W. Spiers 02003 5
,
from Micco for about two weeks looking
: crowd of the railway wharfat Chicago team. %
of friends of spectators on
numerous many; G. W. Martin, 12000 3 .
after defects in the wire caused by the whom made the personal acquaintance of F. C. Poppell, 20001 3 the close of the Alpha'\:lia e contest, After the contest was over a grand

lightning, which he eventually discovered his deceased brother during his visit to H. F. Atkinson, 02000 2 when it was known the difference be- parade, with each Lean escorting: the Fat

and repaired. lIe returned home on last tween the two boats wasonly a few seconds of his choice, was made up and down
Indian River summer. S. J. Norton, 02000 2
Monday.Mr. that each man was afraid to cheer his Washington avenue.with music furnished -
G. I. Metcalf editor of the Melbourne -One of the notable features of the S. L. Jeffords, 00001 1
favorite, but the Titusville boys backed by the Orlando Band, much to the

Aetro, returned from his trip to Fourth, at the City Wharf, was the ap- Jesse Tucker 00000 0 their boat to the last minute, such great delight of the small boy and the amusement

Jacksonville, where he attended the recent pearance of the sharpie yacht Nancy, W. L. Gibson, 20301 6 confidence had they in her. of the spectators.

meeting of the Florida Press Asso- from Merritt, with Mr. Nevins and J. \1. Field, 00300 3 With all due deference to our home Owing to the fact that there was no

ciation, last Friday night, just in timeto party. She was dressed from stem to Wm.Jarvis, 00200 2 boat, we must say that she met a boat competing club tocontest in the "Tugof

join in the Fourth of July dance. stern, and from deck to topmasts with Gould Bronson. 13000 4 that is in every way her fit and able War," that feature of the programme

lie spent about a week in the metropolis.Dr. flags of all designs" and colors, in honorof J.Q.Stewart, 10000 1 competitor, and it is highly probable was dispensed with.
00000 0
C. J. Schoonmaker
Sill of Indian River Narrows the day and celebration, and was a :
H. C. 01000 1 that with a heavier breeze and some sea, THE BALL,
W.W.Browne, ?
who has been away from Indian beautiful and picturesque sight. the Alpha, a larger boat, would have had In the
evening Masonic Hall
was avery
J. P. Turner won first prize of $12 ,
River for the past fourteen months, re- -Mr. Chas. R. Serjeantson, of Hope every advantage. Captain Fozzard, as a
of 25 W. L. Gibson affair and was largely attendedby
7 gay
scoring out possible ;
turned here this week, and will remainin Sound, came up on Sunday's steamer for :sailor, stands without a peer-his boat

town for a week or two. The time he the purpose of purchasing lumber to won second prize of $5; and W.Spiers was managed with perfectness, and he is residents from various parts of the

was with relatives at took third, 350. A sweep stake will be to river, including Cocoa, Eau Gallic Melbourne -
away was spent build a new residence, and to attend to one whom we always glad ,

Johnstown, Pa., the scene of the great other business" in town. Mr. Serjeantson prize for $4.75 was won by S. J. Norton, meet in the arena of yacht-racing. We Courtney, Indiauola, etc. The
3 out of a possible 5.
flood last year. and his! brother are having land clearedfor scoring hope we may be able to invite, him againto Orlando string band discoursed some

-Dr. and Mrs. Wiley started Tuesday the purpose of entering into pine- THE REGATTA. THE MOST INTERESTING a contest on our incomparable waters at
sweet music during the evening to which
morning for Tennessee, where they will apple culture on a large scale. As an EVENT OF THE DAY. no distant day. I

spend about two months at some of the amateur photographer he is quite an Reported by our Special Correspondent THE BOYS' BOAT RACE the lovers of Terpsichore gaily trippedthe .

pleasant summer resorts of that State. adept having taken some excellent views Probably the yacht race in the after- was started a little later than announcedon "light fantastic" until about one

We hope they will have a pleasant time. of various places on the lower river and I noon was the most interesting event of the programme on account of bad o'clock a. m., when all returned to their

)1,... Wiley says the Doctor is so pleasedwith Lake Worth. He left here Tuesday on i our gala day. Ever since the launchingof weather at the hour named. There were various places of abode, well pleased

the Indian River country that he a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, at the Alpha by Mr. Fozzard and the six of the little boats entered, all of with the many attractions Titusville

cannot! stay away from it long. Eau Gallic.Mr. Naiade by Mr. Wager there has been a which were under eleven feet, as follows afforded its many visitors that day.

-Mr. and Mrs. Albert Magrudec, who i K. Mount, chief engineer for desire on the part of both gentlemenand : I
C.
bays been on their honeymoon to Jack- -railroad company, arrived in town their friends to try their sailing Frankie Watson, with his roun .but- NEW YORK MARKET i REVIEW.

wmille St. Augustine, and other places, the The new dry dock for the Indian qualities and Friday was the first oppor- tom boat; Willie Joyner, with a 10-foot
Tuesday. 1f>JtOrtetl by G. S. Palmer, 166 Iteail _t..
returned here last Thursday. After River Steamboat Co., having been tunity they have had to come together. cow ; Pierre Titus, with a boat formerly :New York, June 19th. 1890.

viewing the Fourth of July sports in Manager W. B. Watson is now There was confidence on both sides, and owned by Budie Pritchard ; Ollie Covar,

town, they started, next morning, for I completed that, gift of an acre of land on the result shows that the confidence on from Cocoa, entered his sharp little boat; Receipts of watermelons are heavy to-
i awaiting and lower
day prices are ruling prime
their home at Rockledge. They were !1 side of Sand Point, which was either side was warranted, as the small Jule Knox also had a small flat boat, ;
I the north from $16 to $20
looking remarkably well after their wedding 1 to the Company by the business margin of twenty-thiee second in a two and Budie Pritchard with a boat he recently selling ; anything fancy
promised and large would, probably, bring about
tour. j! men of our town ere the sale of that hour race shows the boats to be very I purchased from John Howard.

: -Mr. and Mrs. Dixon and baby, of of land tolr.. Young. If Mr. I evenly matched. The other boats in the Soon after the start it was very evident $25.

sty Point in a fuw days tract the Arrow the winner of I LeConte pears arriving, but mostly
; stopped town is not willing to contribute the I first class were that the struggle \\"a1ktwet'll Budie-

j t the end of last week on their way toDaytona Young of land promised, it is highly prob- many prizes, and the Spray. which is a I: Pritchard and Ollie Covar for first prize green and small; and selling at $2 per

** where they have rented a house acre that our town will have to secure it recent addition to our East Coast Fleet, of 800. Budie, however, won it by 54 crate. Large ripe wanted and will sell

1 \\ and will remain for some time. Owing able for the Company. or in failure of this and judging from her sailing May-day, I seconds, so the Cocoa boat carried off thee at fancy prices.

!' to the child being rather in ill-health the dry dock may be transferred to some at Melbourne, and the Fourth here, sh : second prize of $5.QO. Jule Knox won Not enough peaches arriving to establish -

"'t **y fancy the change of air will hnpro'eIt. other place. I cannot be considered a-racer. I the third prize of $2.00. Pierre Titus prices but wanted and will sell for

Mr. Dixon'a two brothers accompanied For remainder of locals see page 4. I The Arrow still has many backers and I came in last, as Frankie Watson run good prices.

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CARDS. '
TWO FREIGHT TRAINS COLLIDE. ITEMS OF PHOTOGRAPHY. LETTERS.The .
A POOR RACE FOR BIG MONEY. MEN OF
GEORGE M. BOBBINS, nLna :
6a.&s",
The Realization Stake of $-13,000Won Said to have been Caused from Carelessness At a recent meeting of the Photographic Boston Transcript calls Lafcadio President BretardAbttract ::;ec:1. BrnaFAb

bj Thirty Lengths.SHEEPSHEAD About Orders. Society of Japan, a native member Hearn,the author of "Chita,""the American Co. stract G.

BAY, If. Y., July 4.- MACON, Ga., July 5.-A terrible acci- showed the members a colossal cam- Victor Hugo." j BOBBINS & GRAHAM,

Rain commenced falliig about 11 a. m., road dent happened on creek the Southwestern about rail- era for taking 33x30: inch pictures. The In 1S64 Alexandre Dumas declared that !
near Camp fift.rse"enmiles ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
and by the time the races began the from Macon. Two freight trains tripod: was a giant, reaching the roof of of his twelve hundred volumes there l j ,
for in P. O. Box 200, TITU-\"IUE. Dre1 and co..
intended
the halL It pho-
use Florida.
tnu/k was very heavy. The Realization collided, it is said through the forgetfulness was was not one a girl might not be allowed i ito Will practice ia all the ouiibrs of the S*.BU>

stake for 3-year-olds, it one mile and of orders. The train pulled by tographing interiors. i read. II j Circuit and in the Supreme Courtvnl facili
: engine No. 1C5 was going from Macon, In the London divorce court photo I ties for Examining.. and Perfecting Lan4 Titlta.
.five furlongs was the feature of the day. Do'ot the 50 Correspondence solicited from
: I Austin >on, poet, now yearsof CUiauaUaadHrtM
and the train No.
pulled by engine 189 refused evidence of identity. -
graphs are as to Spanish Grants. to
Loan.
Money
The race proved to be no race at all, was coming this Fireman Will age, intended to be nn eagiuecr. He 'I j:.:
way.
however
; In the Scotch courts, theyare
fenator Hearst's Tournament galloping Witch, of engine No. 189, was killed, and accepted. Since the art of retouch- relinquished the lever for the pen after a D. L. GAULDEN,

in winner by thirty lengths. Tournament Engineer Joe Jeffers, of the same engine, few years. I
ing has been carried to such perfection
was made the favorite, with Pal- was seriously, if not fatally hurt. Both Murat Halstea has been writing for I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
men had families, and lived in Macon. there; seems to be a want of confidencein ,
isade second choice. Nine horses newspapers since 1833, when he joined Titusville
engine No. 189 is a total wreck. The portraits as evidence. Florida.
started.At the staff of The Cincinnati Commercial.
is bad
general wreckage very ,
passenger enthusiastic
The
Japanese are over
the start Tournament gook the Ho born in 1829. THRASHER
I least was ,
trains being delayed at six hours. A.1.
The minister of in-
lead and passing the stand, he was two photography. public
lengths in the lead, with Banquet, Pad struction in Japan has announced thatat Eugene Ware, the poet of Fort Scott, ATTORNE
THE SEASON ABOUT OVER. 5T-AT-LAW
ishah and Rancocas in a bunch. Tournament the next term photography will be Kan., has recently given $5,000 towardsthe ,

increased the lead on the far Melon Growers are Said to be Satisfied at taught in most superior schools, notablyat fund for the establishment of a pub- Will P. O.practice Box 20 in all tie counties SIXFOED ot tie Seeth FLA.

turn to twenty lengths, Her Highnesstwo the Prices Obtained. the Archaeological institute, at the lic libn.ry iu that city. Circuit and Supreme Cinrt. 3

lengths before for Banquet, the When others the BOSTON, Ga., July 5.-The watermelonrush Foresters' institute and in the military Moberley Bell, the new manager of The j & ATKINSON

stretch strung out was reached a furlong.Tournament in- is gradually reaching its end. The academies.In London Times, is the author of two volumes JONES ,

creased the lead still further and went Georgia and Carolina melon exchange regard to the rendering visible objects on "Egypt, Egyptian Finance and Attorn e's-at-L-

past the post thirty lengths in front of has proven to be one of the most important that cannot be seen by the eye, let from Pharoah to Fellah." Titusville, ,FJ r .Ja.
in the interest of the melon
Her Highness, who beat Banquet for moves the; reader take an old photograph which William Dean Howells, the no\"elist.1

second place by a short head. Then this growers section.that has Melon ever been made through tobe has: lain for some years between printed lives in a delightful apartment on J T. SANDERS,
Palisade Thomas and Rau- growers appear
King
came I
cocas. Jersey Pat was a very poor last. satisfied. They have received a uniform papers and attempt to copy it by photog- Commonwealth avenue;Boston. He is

who had received special price for their melons and it is raphy. It will be found that the print- devoted to out-of-door rambles. ATTORNBY-AT-LAW.
Lisimony, -Will practice ir all the Court of the Se4tathJo
preparation for this race, bruised his said good prices have prevailed. It is Ing has made an invisible impression on James V/hitcomb Riley's poems bring dicial Circuit of Flonoa. '

heel about ten days ago and: yesterday believe that every grower will try the the; photograph and the copy will bring him from $:3 to $.O each. In the early P. O Box. 23?. TITCSVILLE, FLA.

showed signs of lockjaw, and the opinion same plan next year. Outside shippers, this out clearly. days of his verse making he was glad to Money to Loan. 11DR
seems to be that he will die. too, have received good prices for most -
of their shipments.The INDIA'S ODD MARRIAGE LAWS. get a tenth of these sums for his poems. L. 7.'. DANIEL

Sheepshead Bay Races. pear crop is beginning to come in Guy de Maupassant's next novel is

yzvr VOBK July 3.-First race. 1 mil*- pretty lively. About 700 crates have The payment at the ceremony, when called "Our Heart," and deals in an analytical DENTIST,
Iu4i lo, 1 Reporter. 2 Granite, 3. Time. been shipped to western and northern
> ; ; the bridegroom touches with his finger manner with the women of his COCOA, FLORIDA..
1.n ::.5- markets. Most of those shipped were
Fecund race the double event H mile- the LeConte varietr. his mother-in-law's dress, must not go nation. Ha has a theory that each generation TUT D. L. DODSON

Russell. 1; Btrathmeath. 2; Reckon 3. Time beyond two rupees. of women has different ideas of ,

LI I-\. love and different for
capacities loving.
Paid One Dollar an Hour.
T, Ird race Ji mile-Shotover, 1; Vengeur. The number of dinner parties given by DENTIST
2; Di,.riao, 3. Time. 1.30. ASHEVILLE, N. C., July .").-One of the the bride's family is not to be more than Kossuth has had M. Ignaz Helfy, a ,

Fourth ram. the realization states, for most novel features connected with the five, and the number of guests at each Hungarian deputy, revise his memoirs, TITU V.XLE, FLORIDA
i-ye4r-oid8. 1% miles-Tournament. 1; Her celebration of the Fourth carriedout Aching teeth filled and saved without destroying
was than as he himself (as he remarks in the pre- .
not more twentyfive.The the >
liiithue: 2 biuquet.3. Time 2.51. nerv 8 Teeth with abct-peei treated MICCM
; here. All the business houses
1 miles Casioa were face) was painfully conscious of the fact fully. Root crowned .u -ta..tja111" I-lt. +t
Fifth race. the stirrup cup. >$ closed and almost the whole chenllo, or present given at be-
,1: Prathcr. % Eon. 3. Time %.3.i 1-5. populationand that during his forty-one years of exile pure Para gum. Uroten Flares merdrd. BMU;
tnousands of strangers gave them- trothal by the brides father to the bridegroom's fittini;plates corrected. Teeth extracted t&iaJH...
b.xth race. ft mil.r-lApautol; Evau;;eline, he had. not kept with the advance of
up ly- Otfce on Washington aveuue s"TOTALTER
t; Tourist Time 1.13 i-S:. selves up to pleasure. The event of the father, is not to exceed one rupee -

Seventh race 3 miles on the turf-:-t. Luke day was the formal opening of Montford and seven suparis and betel nuts. the Hungarian tongue.Dr. S. GRAHAM M. 1)
1; Little Jim 2; Tarugoo,3. Time,3.3S. park to the public by Hon. Richmond ,
The value of the cocoanuts distributedat
Pearson, and 1,000 men, white and col- J. II. McLean's Chills and Fever
A Shocking Accident. ored formed in columns of fours at the> the marriage procession is not to exceed Office Consultation $1.00.
Cure is gentle in action, and warranted a Visit in Titusville. $2.60.
PmsBURO, July 4.-A shocking acci- court square, armed with picks and ten rupees, and the same limit is: certain cure. 50 cents a bottle. Call'between 10 p. m and 6 a. rn.will ta chaffed

dent occurred at Badenville, a little shovels, and marched to the park, three fixed on the value of the mosalu, or present donb). ratesObstetrical. .

mining town some forty miles east of miles distant and in an hour completedone by the bride's maternal relation. Dizziness Loss of Appetite that Tired tion case-,declined.and cases out.ide the C. ,. *
are positively
this city. A lamp in the residence of mile of a public drive, for which
The marriage party going to the bride'svillage Feeling, Faintness, Dyspepsia, Blood Disorders "
overturned and
Adam bteenler was anexpQ.sion received This
each man $1. novel scenewas LEWIS
not to than Eczema, Blotches, Pimples, Sallow J.F. ,
followed. The oil was scattered witnessed bv tlmnn! U of people.The are spend more thirty
in every direction. Two children, rupees, and when the bridegroom is incited Skin and most diseases result from an im-

a boy aged 0 and a girl aged 3, were Fourth in Atlanta. to a social evening at his father-in- pure condition of the Blood. Purify itwith Civil Eniineer and Snneyw

burned to death. The father was con- ATLANTA Ga., July J.-P.i .e Fl urth law's house he is not to be paid more Dewitt's Sarsaparilla. "We sell and TitllsdUtI'ln..

fined to bed in the same room with seri- was celebrated iu roe\.il stle by the col- than two rupees nor to take with him recommend it. Dixon & Grey.

ous illness, but when he saw the peril of ored population-especially tno-e who more than five men.CLASSIFICATION. T? UURCIIFIELD,
the children he jumped up and attempted came on excursions. All around the car Sudden change of temperature and humidity ..

to rescue tueui, but was unableto shed, all day long, the place was literally OF ROSES. of the atmosphere often produce COUNTY SURVEYOR
do He : Lumed disorders of the and bladder. Use
eo. was fnglitfnlly packed with the colored brethren, most kidneys
and sank to the floor exhausted. He is of them being afraid to get out of sightof the Dr. J. II. )McLean's Liver and Kidney Orders by mail will receive as prompt
The rose-for .
so badly burned that he cannot recover. the depot. The day parsed: oaf quietly gloria religious.The Balm to check these troubles their incip-; attention as calls in per- n.

The wifeva& in an adjonaig room, and however, with the exception of a few moss rose-for married ladies. iency. Address: Georgians, Fla.

rushed in when she heard the screams rows amon:; some of the negroes who The pink rose-for young matrons.

and was also fatally burned. had some mean liquor and fickle sweet- The damask rose-for masked balls. Dwitt's Sarsaparilla will renew and LA RUE P. ELY,

hearts. The wild rose-for men about town. purify[ the blood, eradicate disease and
Mine Laborers on Strike. Very few white people visited the citv. make digestion easy. "We sell it. Dixon Notary Public for the State (it Large.

\VILKESBARRE.Pa., July 4.A curious Grant s park was the resort of the day, The golden yellow rose-for the rich. 'M; (.re ". Justice of the Peace 17th Dist.COXTRACTOR .
strike has been iirui: nnted at the Dela- and children specially enjoyed the cool. The Marechal Niel rose: -for soldiers. ,

ware collier)'. The eiaware and Hud refreshing air and romping: on the grass. The Jacqueminot rose-for gentlemen. Appetite and sleep nl:1be improved, of 30 & BUILDER Natural
years'
son coal company laiueis h-ji"etui ore over experience.
of the strengthened and
have their I'oixmeil the The n;e of Sharon--for heirs to an every part system finish a ecialty.
laborers ISuttermilk.
paid $2 a Jay, out the animal spirit regain their bouyancy si
the announcement was made that u reduction GREENSBORO Ga. 5.-A estate. Melbourne, Florida. s.
July case ( f I by the use of Dr. J. II. MtClean'bStrength
wunid ue made to )jU&! a day. buttermilk poisoning has'been reported.Mr. The dog rose-for dudes. The blush ening Cordial and Blood !)urifier.Dewitt's .

The lau l..f., n-iusju to ucce .t the' reduction C. F. Jones, of Scull Shoah, his wife, rose-for brides. Q.KORGE W. MORTON,
aii'l went out. I:e<:_&>.t.:t IKJ the two children and negro servants drank
Little Early Risers Best
The thorn rose-for scolds. The pill
shutting down of the works. The tea
company some buttermilk and soon they were seriously for Sick Headache and Sour Stomach. Civil Engineer & Notary Public,
rose-for old maids.
has do with
noihiiig to tuc mat sick. A physician was summoned -
Sold bv Dixon & Lire .
ter, as every tiling rests w.tl1 the who pronounced it a case of arsenical The prairie rose- for settlers. The ) MORTOXIIfRST, IIF.ATII, FLA.
miners. About 400 are Jle. Mrs. Jones Surveying and I..enlingrrhit.ri'&ural
poisoning. suspected a negro hedge rose-for the poor. The; danger of a malarial atmospheremay
man who furnished the milk. If it was Drawing. Township am) Section Malt:.
Run Down by u Locomotive.WILKCSBARUK. not him, then it must have been the The cabbage rose- for tailors. The be averted if you will occasionally Deeds, Mortgages, etc. Blanks con .tnntIv -
Bauksia rose-for bankers. take a dose of Dr. J.: II. McLean's Chills
Pa., July 4. John cook. Feeling runs high against the and Fever Cure.Dewitt's on hand.
Cleaver, of this city, stonemason, at negro man. and if the crime is fastened The button roe-for bachelors. The -------

work on the Jersey Central railroad at on him. it is hard to tell what will be his white rose for young! ladies.

Mill Cree.c: was fatally injured by a fate. Investigation is going on no\v. The Martha Washington rose for Little Early Hirers. Most CLEARANCE
pleasant cathartic liver pills ever made.
locomotive. He was run down by the i
(' idents.-Iail and Express.GASTRONOMICAL Sold Dixon & Grev.If 0 and /4.
pr bv
engine tan, hud one leg cut off skull Orphan Asylum Struck by Lightning. Organ

fractured, and internal injuries about DECATUR, Ga., July 5.-During the standard ma-
the che&u He gas: a wife and several storm, the cupola on the Orphan's home TIDBITS. the stomach performs its functions hers at SPOT CASH PUIC
,
-- with year* pay in. New plan WORD
children. actively and regularly the food of which it rV
was struck by lightning and badly shat ot sale-rented until
The Chinese eat the chrysalis of silk paid j ABOUT
is the is transformed into bloodof
tered. The children were at dinner at receptacle, for. jsronlj S i2 to S3monthlj.
The SclmylkUl ant! L:-hii Line. the time, and were badly frightened, but worms. a nourishing quality, which furnishes Bet liar- / PIANOS.

OKWIQSBUKO, Pa., July 4. The none of them were hurt. Two or three The French say that the sweets are theladies' vigor and warmth to the whole body, the trade.gnluinorer20yearf Send quick / *O\3r 85O SITED.
Schuylkill and Lemgh Valley railroad remedy to give tone to the stomach is Dr. eeverypareha.er.for
other houses were struck during the storm cheese. IJ.tltt.t1N t, s 'we hT to**** trset
had been: indued for traffic between this J. II. McLean's Strengthening Cordial het.. Sale on Piano Our$223
place and Iokt>vilie, a distance or" nine Large scollops, split and broiled, makea and Blood Purifier. Daye.Q, Phi NO I* Mid br w
miles. A S. Eisealmth has been appointed Dropped Dead on the Street. delicious dish. GO largest dealers at 8274.
Don't v ...
% -and It worth It. -
agent. The remaining portionof ATLANTA, Ga., June 27.-W. E. McAlfcter England is the native place of the pungent When yon get all out of sorts, Billions, miss it//N --.

the rai'road' is being lapiUiy pusued ,of the firm of Hunter McAllister.ioi horseradish. Dyspeptic, Iesis ondent,Blood impure, Liver Cheap

to completion. --.. nists on Decatur street, dropped inactive, lack of ambition, tired feelingand 00Pianos ld.\\;:GHEAFIE8S
Olive orchards in California worthas
.1 'at1 on Decatur, near Butler street at are an :
everything goes wrong, just come to us Perfect A dnrablat .-,.
Advance in ."uthl ers' Wages. near 6 o'clock. The coroner says his much as $1,100 per acre. and -- -
get a bottle of Dewitt's Sarsaparilla.It -
LANCASTER P. Jul4.Xotice has :.' ih was caused from apoplexy. He -
\ "Shoeblacking Cafe" is a sign that is a perfectly reliable preparation and HKK UItlr
been postal by the Columbia and Susquehanna about 35 years old, and unmarried greets the eye in Philadelphia.In will build you up and renew your strength. D E '1 hc&! '.Ixpt & TUBUI Leant Con-UZ
and the Columbia pen
HollingUdl
Dixon & (; '.nall'.."_hi. _all&'-.4_faiL.... r.aIWOIe.all
iron company oi an advance in pud- The Alaska-UrltUh American Bonndry. some parts of Brazil yellow ants rey. ,..a..al,a.a t.rkWr4e a..t.f,,..ftrKlJU

dlertt' wages iroai >.bo to 1 a ion and SAN FRANCISCO, July 4.-News has with rosin sauce are considered a dainty.Hotel .
A beautiful
of other euiploye; in proportion. Nearly just been received by Professor Davidson Mail. woman must be healthy, HINDERCORNS.

700 men are altected. of the United States coast and geodetic and to remain healthy and beautiful she Tlteont7.nr< '+'_'n'ft for Com. Kt..p.all pain.COWloU TN" '
survey, from the expedition which should take Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening to the(eel.Iic.a'() litwtixdCo..iLl.

Arrested for Swindtiu':. started from San Francisco June 4, 18S9, Fame's Pinnacle. Cordial and Blood Purifier. It im- .A.. CONSUMPTIVE

NEW YORK, June OttoIIahn.inau-- to determine the boundary between Bob-My dad's a squire, and gets his parts tone and flush to the skin, strength, IT T_TOO_U I A
agerpf the European Bond and Exchange Alaska and British America. One important name in the paper every day. vigor and pure blood ; is equally adaptedfor too PARKER'S_ CINCER Ju TOM I'ba.ew l
won*t'- au tti br>t rcme.rturatiiUe l rtrom
company, of Newonc and discovery has been made by the Tom (contemptuously-That's) nuthin'. r all ages, from the babe to the aged, of fleXective: DUU1 oo. Take in ume toe.and j a.z.a

Chicago, Vi:.* acid for trial on a chargeof Turner party, which is that the Rampart My dad took Jinks' liver pills, and got either sex.Cleanse.

swindling Miss Minnie: Sparr by selling house, a station of the Hudson Bay his picter in the papers.-Pittsburg Bul- bETETIVESFasted .
her bonds which he failed to deliver. company, formerly thought to be in your breath and regulate your
letin.
British territory, has been found to be bowels with Dewitt's Little Early Ilisers. La every COM 17. Shrtvl ma la*et u ler la.:1.-
twenty miles west of the boundary in A Difference. Sold by Dixon & Grev.A b eu See.1 8eniee..Experi .u& oe urr. r nle.J r.rw*.
Slight CrauaaDeteetireBareaaCoPARKER'S 4lAtmtt"sa
Drowned While Ihthln;:. American territory.Shot .

BIXUIUMTON, N. Y., July 4.-Ray The Rev. Dr. Primrose-So you lost disordered condition of the stomach

..luian, u0e 1 10 yean, W:A.S drownedlast Uy a Negro Desperado. your leg saving the life of a fellow or malaria in the system will produce sick,

night while bathing near the lesitience SAVANNAH, Ga., July Constable being? You are a hero. headache, this HAIR BALSAMCleanses
trouble
of his father, at Oxford N. Y. Starling, Justice of the Peace Charles you can remove by and buut: cs the hair.
No sir I
Vagrant was a chump.-
Cowart white and Tom McKeithen taking Dr. J. II. McLean's Little Liver Promotes a luxuriant growth.
Pittsburg Town Talk. and Kidney Pellets. 25: cents vial. -- Never Fails to Restore Gnj
Killed bjr Court-utratecl Lyr. colored, went to the house of a desperate per Hair ta its Youthful Color.
negro, Jim Wadley, near Millwood, Presents Dandruff and pair CaUtftg
OwExsionoKv.JulyAlittlechili No Goods: Damaged. Mrs. Leander r e 101- and tl ....,RnrCr ra
Monday, to serve a warrant of arrest for Wright informs us that '.
of Mr. J. B. Field, of this city, drank '
a the theft of a rifle from McKeithen. Shoe Factory Foreman tin thunder she was cured of Chronic Constipation by

email quantity of polntion of concentrated Wadley fired upon the party, killing tones)-"What's the matter there? Did Dewitt's Little Early Risers.i Sold by
16 Tuesday laorning, producing
: Mr. and slit that leather ? Dixon & Grey.Frequently .
stricture of the esophagus, from whichit Starling wounding Mr. Cowart, you wrong REs'2Se
t
died a few hours later in great agony. probably fatally. McKeithen fired both Operative (humbly))-N-o, I only cut
accidents
barrels of his shotgun into Wadley and occur in the house-
--- ----- pJT fingers.-New York "Weekly. .
my .
.. ... .
hold which
cause burns cuts and -" -
Not in t'u" Rare. also shot him with Mr. Cowart's rifle. sprains -

ATLANTA, <>*., Jul4..-Col. Hartman Wadley is dying. McKeithen is at lib And Ill, Too. bruises; for use in such cases Dr. J. H.McLean's HII' S' IlIPPOY..:.:>)>.. 2J* l4 I
erty. Volcanic Oil Liniment has for .. D ,
makes formal announcement of his ROOTmoat <
An observant friend remarks that L is F.trl
e
been the
withdrawal hum the many years constant favorite .
governorship r<:A'l' Battling In Rowan.Lons'ILI..R the most successful letter-it always,lswell. hire a" 1t't1JltC'TI 4 Nt a isaNt
family remedy.
This Itmcd tae n..d clear to Col. rats l'ecLtcS WC3 Fit t G.UJ.ou.
Korthen, wlo will f'... m present indications Ky., July Conflicting .-Munsey's "Weekly. -- -
have his reports of a bloody encounter between Dewitts, Little Early Risers are a little

-everything--.- .--own way. revenue officers and moonshiners in Not a Paragon. pill that do not gripe or cause pain. Small, ROO 1 BEER.

CONGRESS Rowan county have been coming in. All A pair of slender ttp'ring hands easy to take, safe. Sold by Dixon & Grey.
-- accounts agree in one particular, namely A dainty movement full of grace. lie

One llundrr.l and riftjr-Ninth Day. that three men were killed, but Nor am I jealous, for none scans Unsuspected disorders of the kidneys are TEMPER\NCS: APPETIZING DRINK and ta the WBOLE9OMS world- _

The senate srnt borne time on appropriation whether they were officers or moon- But I that winsome face. responsible for many of the ordinary ailments Delicious and Sparkltn TBT...

bills, and patted the bill admitting shiners is not known. There has been of humanity which develop
And yet I fear that though my fair's neglected, Ask your Druggist or Grocer for IV
Il.1ubo.i intense feeling against the revenue men In all these Tirtues classed into a serious and, perhaps, fatal .
i The house continued the debate of the ever since the raid six weeks ago, and it She's full of trifles, and I swear. malady. Experience would suggest the C.E. HIRES. PHILADELPHIA.ORGANS'6

National election bill. is feared here that the government force This watch of mine b fast. use of Dr. 1.. II. McLean's Liver and Kid- CataJoael'1'H..
33- Plano. |130.
\ Jeweler's Review.
has been led into ambuscade.
an ney Balm. >& !F.Besttj. Washington.X. J.

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THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1890. at' '



An J"r aleut at Trinity.A line between townships 25 and 26 running -
A Natural THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.A.
curious incident Assumption. .
occurred a few ) east to the west bank of Indian
Sundays ago at old Trinity. The actor river thence southward on the west

were two very well known and wealthy bank of Indian river three miles to the B. CAMPBELL

society ladies. It was at a morning service section line dividing:: sections 18 and 19,

and the church was crowded. Dur- thence east on said section line and Jacksonville, Florida.

ing the early part of the service-the continuation east to the Atlantic ocean,

THE STORY OF LITTLE DICK. psalter and responses-they had main- thence south along the Atlantic ocean Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos, Haines

How Little tained an attitude of rapt devotion, with to the township line between townships Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &
Showing It Take
: Child to Make a profoundly solemn faces and bowed 27 and 28, thence westerly! on said town- White Organs and Chicago: Cottage Organs -

"It takes BO little Happy.to make head The To Deum was arranged to a ru r ship line to the west line of Brevard, I will sell and Deliver at your
a child long and unusually elaborate musical thence north on said county line to nearest station High GradePianos
that it is in ac-
happy a pity, a world full of place of commencement.
sunshine and pleasant things, that there companiment, and these ladies had re- -Ow, .....
mained seated. Xo. Melbourne.. Voting C.
Tho place
lines, "Let us never ,
be wistful faces -
should any hearts." empty handsor be confounded," were sung with a flourish ::::::; J. Hector's grain house and the office in
lonely
young and an operatic staccato which Hector's hotel ; bounded to wit : beginning -
I found these words in an old news- came Wheeler-These safeties are"en"' nice and -OROrgans-
to a sudden and pronounced close. The I : on a line between Brevard
paper the other day. They were headed"A silence was heightened the loud when a man is naturally a little timid. Osceola counties where the line between

Sermon in Five Lines" and they came of harmony which had by burst I Bruce What the deuce are ;you afraidof townships 27 and 28 intersects said

home to me with all the force of a per- was no gradual preceded; there ? Telegraph wires-Puck. county line, thence cast on said line to ,
dying but
away, a quick,
sonal appeal"It petrifying stop. And in the solemn hush the Atlantic ocean, thence south to a For less money than other house
any
A Pointer."I
takes: so little to make a child point directly east of the mouth of
How came the sound of a small, shrill, but find it is a good plan to lay Creek in the United States. I will ship a Piano -
happy. many times I had seen my Turkey thence west to the mouthof or Oran to honest
painfully clear voice and the words: aside for month When 1 ; any man or woman
the most trivial incident lift poems a or so. Turkey Creek and along:: the north
own trial
my and
if
little boy into the very ecstacy of happi- ter."But" my dear, we fry ours in but- have almost forgotten what I wrote I bank of said creek to its head or source, will ,pay on freight, both not satisfactory25 cash, I
ways.
ness. How often would some simple take them up, criticise them carefully, thence directly west to the line between and $10 a month Piano
on a and $10
Dr. Dix raised his hand in a quick and rewrite the that weak." Jrevard and Osceola counties thence ,
parts seem
gift or a song or a story chase the tears cash and 5 a month on an until
from his eyes and bring the bright smilesto aloud gesture; the of faces horror of,the an acolyte laughed "I know that is a good plan, but 1 north to place of beginning.No. : paid for-not much more than organ ordinary
,
his face. And yet, 1 thought with a congregation variously never can keep from reading my poems Malabar.. Voting places, G. rent. On these very liberal terms
of how expressed amusement, chagrin and all the time while I have them aboutme. "". Schuyler's store adjoining the any
pang regret, many times I had :: post- one can own an instrument. Send for
anger, and amidst the commotion which "
chided him needlessly; how many timesI I office and a ware house ; bounded as Free Catalogue containing full informa
had refused to exert myself at all for I ensued the very charming Mrs. was "Well, why don't you semI them away follows: beginning: at a point directly tion. Sheet music,Strings,Violins, Banjo

his sake. That very night ho had goneto borne,faint and sick, from the church.- t o some magazine, and then criticise and vest of the head or source of Turkey Guitars, Accordeons, and in fact,
New York Star. fix them when have them creek the line between Brevard and Musical
bed with a heavy heart because I up you re on every Instrument that is made,
would not romp with him. I was too turned?"-New York Sun. Jsreola counties, thence running east and at very low prices. Send for con-

tired, I said. The rtutterlly. to the head of said Turkey creek thence plete catalogues.,; I have 20,000 piecesof
Where the Trouble I>ay. long the south bank of said creek tots Choice Music at 10 cents
I into the per copy.
stepped boy's room before I ;
"Good gracious, what's the matter mouth, thence directly east to the
went to bed that night, and, passing 4Jt1 A. B. CAMPBELL
my with your head? Atlantic ocean, thence south to the line ,
hand over his flaxen hair as ha( lay asleep, "Oh,only that when I started to come to lividing townships _9 and :GO, thence Jacksonville, Fla.

I resolved that in the future would! be the tavern my wife threw flowers at me." west to county line between Brevard

a better father to him. "I'd think that would be rather pleas- and Osceola counties, thence north to

"It is a pity that there should be any ) ii :';Jt. ant." the" place of beginning.! HERE I AM AGAIN !

wistful faces,"empty hands or lonely ,_.. ,....( "Well, so it might have been, but you Xo. Sebastian or Barker's Bluff.
young hearts, I thought as I dropped see she threw tho pots along with them." Y oting places', sitting room on south
asleep. I remember that later in the -Fleigende Blaetter. side of S. Kitching's store and dining
She-Oh, see what a beautiful butter- J. W. ROGERS
night I was dreaming of visiting a great fly! ---- -- room 50 feet west of said store; hounded ,
factory and inspecting the From AeroH ..*., Sa.
machinery."Be
He Yes. I will r as f follows : start on the Atlantic ocean
careful!r I heard some one say, and soon- Lieutenant-Have you tried your new each on township line dividing townships Before>> an intelligent: appreciative and

then to my horror I saw that I had approached r.\' horse yet, Mam'selle I 29 and 30 to the east line of Osceola discriminating public, presents himself
and makes his bow
too near to soma belting. My \\ LadY e8, and the rascal acted as if county, thence south on said county announcing that he
is a candidate for their
beard had been caught and I was frantically le wanted to run away with me. line to township line between townships wishes and cash. favors, good
-
trying to extricate myself when I Lieutenant (sighing deeply)-A very 31 and 32, thence east to the Atlantic

awoke. natural feeling Mam'selle. I'm not surprised ocean, thence north to place of begin As blood is thicker than water, so is::

"Hello, papa!" said a voice besido my in the least. I'd feel that way ning. cash bettr than credit. He propose to

bed in the darkness. myself.-Fliegende Blaetter.A Xo. 9-St. Lucie. Voting places, atFort get; out of the old ruts and Sell his

"Let go of papa's whiskers! I cried. Pierce, Florida Canning Company's Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

"What on earth are you doing in here,, New Danger. store and: a building west of the store ; Cash.

anyway, Dick?" I continued, sitting up. w First Tramp-We have got to be careful bounded, viz: commence on the Atlanticocean He handles a first-class line ofClothing

"Dick wants Dick's animals," was the -have him. cully. coast on the township line dividing -
answer. Fliegende Blaetter. Second Tramp-What's de matter? : townships 33: and 34, thence west to

"Dick wants to go back to bed," said First Tramp-I read in a paper dat skin he range line dividing ranges: 35 and 36, ,

I, "and quick, too;" and I carried him Got It Dunn to a Fine Point diseases is spread by the circulation of hence south to the township line dividing ,

into his little room and placed him on Jones (to new office boy)-Bob, take bank notes.Texas Siftings. townships: and 3G, thence east to Both Ready-made and to Order.

the bed. this letter around to Mr. Smith. If he the Atlantic coast, thence north to the His

"Dick wants Dick's a-a-anhnals." isn't in, learn it in his office, whero it Didn't \Plllo\'e of IJrlbes. punt of beginning.

"You dogs want"- will attract his attention as soon as he Father-Xow, Bobby, if you will be a Xo. 10-Eden. Voting place, in the Gents' Furnishing Department

"It takes so little to make a child comes back. It is very important. good boy I'll take you to the theatre store and the boat house of T. E. Richards -

Ixappy." Tho words came to my mind Jones (fifteen minutes later)-Bob, did next week. : hounded on the north by the Is Complete. Nobby Hats from
Bobb--Xo, thank you, pa. If I call'tgo township line dividing townships :35 and
and dispelled all my annoyanco at once.I you deliver that letter to Mr. Smith? first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the
on my own merits I don't care to goat nG, on the cast by the Atlantic
lighted the gas, turned it down quite Bob-Naw, ho wasn't in an' nobody ocean, most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and
low, fished out Noah's ark from under elso was in der office. all.-Epoch. on the south by the county line dividing Hand Satchels, too low to quote.

the bed and placed it beside tho boy. Jones-Well, what did you do with it? Under Compulsion. Jrevard[ and Dade counties, on the For fine Cigars and Tobaccos he can-
Bob-You tol' me to put it where he'dnotice west by range line dividing ranges 37and not be excelled in the county. ,
"All I said
right, cheerfully; "you may "Don't011 get tired of this do nothing :38.
take them, but be very quiet and don't it first thing he comes in, an' 1 life" I earnestly ask art inspection of my
stuck a pin t'rough it an' laid it on hL- Xo. 11-Fort Drum. Voting places at Good before buying elsewhere.J. .
wake brother. Then I kissed
your baby Yaas, very; but trade is vulgar, and [
henry Parjvcr's place; bounded as follows -
his attention.-
chair so's to attract
him and went back to my own bed Racket., suicide is criminal. What can I do- : commencing on the range! line 1\". Rogers.

again.I Harper's Bazar. dividing ranges 37; and 38 at the line GEO. E. CHASE. A. O.
CIIAPPELL.
was almost asleep when I heard a Unman Nature. dividing Brevard and Dado counties,

pattering of feet and a subdued voice Angelina Whatever made you tell Well Put. run north on said range: line to township GEO. E. CHASE & CO.
,
saying: Uncle llarpagon you're making .5,000: a An Irish member of the house of com line dividing! townships 31 and 32, then

"Dick wants papa to find tho elephant." year, when with all your hard work and mons once sai.l in debate: "Sir, if I have turn and run west to the east line of SHIP CHANDLERY

"I wouldn't mind about tho elephantnow all my economy we can scarcely make any partiality for the honorable gentleman Osceola county, thence south on sail ,

," said I. both ends meet? it is against him.-Journal of Ed- county line to the north line of Dade HARDWARE

"Dick wmts"- Edwin-My ]love, he's worth half ;a ucation.: county, thence east on Dade county ,
I arot and found the elephant. line to place of beginning. Patent Lois Wire
Ri
million, and if he thinks we don't want The literary production of Mexico is RODe !fc

"Now, Dick," I said, "you" must keep it he'll very likely leave it all to us.- quite wonderful. One of her latest bib- Xo 12-Xarrows. Voting places, aBeat's FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS. ,
and let sleep. place John J. Lalioche's Is-
quiet papa New York Telegram.] on
lists mentions less than
liographical no
"Want apv to mako Prancer stand land, in two houses belonging to said Agent for Devoe & CVs Paints, Tulc
12,000 volumes by 3,000 native Mexican Life Preservers Tent &
Awning
Beals bounded follows Co.
up. Wouldn't Be a Thirteenth. ; as : commence ,
authors. The first book printed on this Patent Anchors.
lIe was trying to mako a three legged Tramp-Could ye give me a square on the Atlantic ocean coast on the<
continent published in Mexico.
was
horse stand alone on the counterpane."Will meal? township line dividing townships and BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS.

you go to sleep if I mako him Generous Citizen -Certainly, poor COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING.At 32, run west on said line to the range! Correspondence Solicited. Telephone

stand up for you?" I asked. man. Come right in. There are twelve< line between ranges! 37 and 38, thence 200.JVos..

"Yes, papa." of us now at the table, and one vacant south by township line dividing townships SS $ 90, E. Bay St.
33 and 34 thence the ,
?" and the adjourned meeting: of the east to
"Right away This is Thanksgiving, -
plate. Board of County Commissioners held Atlantic coast, thence north to place uf JACKSONVILLE, I L.'.
"Yes, much obliged to -er. I'm
papa. Tramp-No, ) SO-lyr.
June ICth it ordered that Precinctsin beginning.
was !
I made Prancer stand erect by bracing starvin', but I ain't no fool.-Nationa
Noah against his off hind quarter. IJrevard County shall in the future X o. Georgiana.. Voting places,

"There," said I. "now lie down, Dick." Weekly. be known by the follpwing boundariesand room in the rear of F. C. Allen's store, FOR SALE,

"Want papa to make all the animals The Advice AVa Good. numbers: and ware house: on the wharf; bounded THE ELEGANT

stand ?" Butt-I took your advice and hit that .No. LaGrange.. Voting:: places, as follows: commencing on the eastside

"Dick up" said I, impressively, "it is fellow the first time he tried to imposeon Jardedrs rear store room and the dining of Indian river on township line< RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF
dividing: townships 24 and 25, thencerun
night. The animals are asleep and don't me. : room in Harvey's hotel; boundedas
want to stand up. You must lie down lIerrittTbat was right. f follows : on the north by the county cast to the Atlantic ocean, thence L. E. BARNES,
Butt-But he nearly murdered me. line between the counties of Yolusia south to section line dividing sections ROCK LEDGE FLA.
and let to bed.
papa go 14 23 in townships 26 south of ,
to
range!
him
Merritt-Pshaw I You didn't hit and Brevard, on the east by Indian
"Dick wants to see the moon. Containing Seven and
:37 east, thence west on said section line One-Third
the south line
"Mr. Dickie," I said coaxingly, "if hard enough.-Drakc's Magazine. river between, on townships 21 by and township 22 the and continuation to the east bank of, Acres of Land fronting Indian Kiver.
on
you will stop talking and not wake your Superabundance of Moisture. west by St. Johns river.Xo. Indian river, thence north meandering! Large, Roomy RESIDENCE, elegantly -
littlo baby brother"- moisture the east shore of Indian river to place Finished. Also a Three-lloom
"Dick wants little baby buzzer to get "What in nature contains more Titusville.. Voting places, in of beginning. COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of

tip and shave." than a woman with Saratoga wa"esand the Court house and a building to be X o. 14-Merritts. Voting places, T. the most desirable places in Rock Ledge
waterfall her head, springs in
Not a word was spoken after that. a on erected in the Court hou>yard; bounded II. Sanders packing house and bathhouse hammock.

Quietly, but firmly, I laid him down and her skirts, a 'crick" in her back and a as follows: on the north by the ; boundary: all of Merritts Is For price, terms, etc., apply to

4rew the blanket over him. I turned out cataract in her eye? head township line dividing! townships 21 and land north of township line dividing Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla.
in her ,
to clear "A woman with a notion 22, on the east by Indian river, on the and
the gas, and, taking a long step townships 24 25.
the animals I made way of course. -Chicago Lyre.0A south by south line of Delespine Grant, A. L. Hatch
my & Son
stray on the west by St. Johns river. Xo. Canaveral.. (Order Xo. 11 ,
back to my own room. Three minutes Free Show. of last meeting, June 3rd. 1800, was DEALERS IX

. later I knew, from his regular breathing, What do charge to go to No. 3-City Point. Voting places a corrected to read as follows:) Begin
that Dick was asleep, and, if I remem- Tommy Kaller you? room in Hatch's store and a building on on the Atlantic ocean coast on the DRY GOODS
show. Mr. NOTIONS
ber rightly, J didn't care much at the your show? I don't understand the north of said store ; boundaries as township line between townships 21 and ,
time whether he haul a wistful face and Kaller My follows : on the north by the south line 22. thence run west to the Indian river

empty hands and a lonely young heart or you.Tommy made of of Delespine Grant, on the east by In- thence south to the township line between Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
show
-wkt Detroit Free Press. -That's Why, the you said. dian river, on the south, beginning! on townships 22 and 23. thence on Stationery, Family Medi-

yourself. what sister Fanny Indian river on the half mile section :said line east to Banana river, thence cines, Garden SetJs,
:111 erimeuG -Yankee Blade. line in section 28 township south oi
>Nat{ again! smith on aid river to townshipline
range: 30 east running west to the St. between townships and 25, thence CHOICE GROCERIES,

Mistaken as to Johnny. Johns river, on the west by St. Johns oa.-t to the Atlantic ocean coast, thence Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

"Josiah," said Mrs. Chugwater to the river. north to the place of beginning.! Said

head of the family, "!believe our Johnny No. llockledge.: Voting places precinct shall be known as Xo. 15. Voting CITY POINT FLORIDA.

is turning over a new leaf and is goingto Public hall and a detached building on places' at Burnham's house and at

be a better boy. He asked me a little same premises; bounded on the north, Henry Wilson's.

." while ago if he could take the family; commencing on the west bank of Indian Xo. 10-Hanlover. Voting places, CL S, LJEngle 1 & 00.

Bible up to: his room for an hour or two. river on the half mile section line in house of J. D. Vann on north side of

>r About the same tim a boy of Johnny'ssize section 28 township 24 south of range" I canal and S. J. Fox's building about JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

'was seen to entor a cigar store in east and run west on said line and con 20 stets distant; bounded on the north Glassware

the vicinity, open a big book and lay ion tinuation to St. Johns river, on the east 1)the south line of Volusia county, on Crockery, ,

the counter. by Indian river, on the south by towu- the east by the Atlantic ocean, on the HOltse-FUTn ishing,

"Do this l'ntryt' ho demanded, ship line dividing! townships 25; and 26, south bv township line dividing townships -

,*" .' ._ -:: addressing YO\16C6 the proprietor in thunder on the west by Johns river. 21 and 22, on the west by Indian Lamps Oil, Vapor Stoves,
i r* ''i HP**"** "
k grab tones. "You said I wasn't 16. Look at No. 5-Eau: Gallic. Voting places, river. Gate Oity\Sto7ie\ Filters.We .
my
"Say, mister, won't you just I certify the above to be a true copy.A. .
Gimme and Hodgson'sstore
W hat and run with it, so's I can sic Tiger this 'Jolin, born May 5,1874. at Olmstead's store at : A. STEWART, Clerk. solicit the patronage of
fi"e'boxes and be quick bounded follows commencing
of cigarettes, as :
onto you? I want to see if he's afraidto ; the counties bv: J. 1*. Blake, deputy clerk. our, neighbours ol'the
gizzardP-Chicag o the cOl1lhline dividing
tackle real You needn't.scared.I'ce be I about it; blame yer on Titusville }'la: June IGth; 1800.
f a got him man.. muzzled.. "-Racket. Tribune. of Brevard and Osceola on the tovriulii EAST COAST.

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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1890.

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THE FLORIDA STAR. THE Pablo Beach Breeze of last week A NEW ADVERTISING SCHEME FOR THE COCOA. LOCAL NEWS.

was printed with red and blue ink in INDIAN RIVER COUNTRY.

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. honor of the Fourth of July. The effect The Fourth was a very quiet day in -LaGrange items came to hand too
The Southern Inter-State Buieau.
was quite dazzling.The Cocoa. late for insertion in this week's issue of
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Publisher Last night, a few business men of our the STAR.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goodyear left for
town and river met at the Indian Rit'erHotel
$1.5O per Annum. Jasper New says: "The effort of Wanted. Ten
to listen to the plans of Mr. W. the north last Tuesday.Mr. good hands to work
Mr. E. J. Triay, Governor Fleming'ssecretary by the month. Good
Entered at the PMt Office at Tittuvilteat to secure the appointment of W. Pemble, the representative of the and Mrs. Albert S. :Magruder returned to wages. Apply at

Second-Class Matter. Southern Inter-State Bureau, for the last week from their honeymoonin once S. H. &y.
railroad commissioner, is very ill-timed.
If of neededas purpose of forming a branch office in North Carolina. -Catholic services at Masonic Hall on
ever men experience were
The Star paper has the on the Largest East coast circulationof of Fla.A railroad commissioners, now is the Titusville. The chair was occupied by Mrs. E. P. Porcher, of Courtney, spent Sunday next. Mass and sermon at 10a.
any
time. Mr. Triay is doubtless well quali- Col. Gaulden, who introduced the speakerto Saturday with her parents, Prof. and m., standard time.

SQUARE one Inch In space; 19 squares fied for the place, so far as good judgmentand the meeting.Mr. Mrs. W. H. Peck. -Mrs. W. Moses, of Sanford, Fla.,

make For&a lvertl8ln'g column. rates enquire of the Editor education go, but he cannot have Pemble, in an address of about an There was no service in St. Mark'sEpiscopal after spending a little over two weeks

always enclosing a two cent stamp. the experience of Judge Vann, who has hour's duration, explained the objects of church last Sunday, as the with friends at Georgiana, returned

F. Bayard exSecretaryof given it a close study for years. Thereis the organization, and entered into various Rev. B. F. Brown failed to arrive. home Monday.Mr. .
Thomas ,
HON.
a strong probability that the whole details connected therewith in a very and and Mrs. W. R. Walker, of this
State, made an address last week to Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dixon baby,

Alumni of Yale College, in which he thing will be abolished by the next legis- explicit manner. Among other thingshe and Messrs. L. R. and W. F. Dixon are place, started off on this:: morning's train
the
said "Tax laws are passed which pilfer lature and to put in as commissioner an stated that the Immigration Bureauwas spending a few weeks on the beach at for a trip of three or four weeks, to :Meridian -

: of man, inexperienced man, at this juncture, is to organized Montgomery, Ala., in Daytona.Mr. Miss.
the pocket-book every
from Dec., 1888, by delegates appointed by the
insure its abolition. But the most ob- -Hon.
woman and child in the country; legisla- A. F. Lapham and family and Gardner S. Hardee, Mr. T. E.
Governors of various states and its objectis
which attacks the integ- jectionable feature of Mr. Triay's candi- Hardee and Mr. J. Wooten, of Rock-
tion is proposed Mrs. Baldwin and family returned last
to advertise and settlers and
dacy is the official position that he already bring ledge arrived in
lifebloodof town and
rity of the currency, the very capital into the South. Agents are to Tuesday to their home at Merritt, after Monday registered
If who engaged in
of occupies. men are at the Grand View.
the country, and yet no public cry the be sent throughout the north, east and spending a delightful month on the
down chairs at capitol
protest goes up as it should go. It can- holding easy beach at Daytona. -At the meeting of County Commissioners
fair salaries and holding confi- west with numerous exhibits as well as

not'be party politics when an Ameriean drawing dential relations with the governor are reading matter, pertaining to the many Messrs. E. C. Johnson and H. LeRous- this: week, the tax books were

calls upon fellow-Americans to stand by satisfied to be and noth- industries and resources of the South, as selier and Mrs. Ruby :Moore and sister, thoroughly overhauled, and only two
not ought
they
,
of If our Government changes were made in them viz that
the cause honesty. :
well in about 340 Miss Kittie Andrews went the
is odious in small thanto as advertising news up on
and effectual the cure ing more a way, of $100 in
is to be stable one case, and in the other
steamer, Friday afternoon, to attend the
must be found, and found it will be, in see a man holding on to one office with papers. about $400; owing to fire. This speaks
both hands while he reaches out for Our space is so occupied this week dance in Titusville that evening.Mrs. .
the intelligent honesty and moral fibre well for Tax.as.;e sor W. R. Sanders
We must another with his feet. Should )Ir. Triaybe that we cannot enter into full details of W. H. Peck returned home from

of the rightly educated men. the same appointed to the office he seeks, Gov. the meeting. At its close, the following Charleston, S. C., last Thursday. She -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Altree and

have the same self-effacement, committee was appointed to further the daughter,Miss Lizzie, of Sanford,arrivedin
Fleming would be subjected to life-long was accompanied by her little grand-

high sense of honor, and the same demandin fidelityto criticism and censure which would be object : M. Goldsmith, Jno. M. Dixon, daughters, Adele and Bertha Schaeffer. town last week and are stopping at

trust in the legislator that we \v. R. Sanders D. L. Gaulden. the Indian River Hotel. Mr. Altree
,
Governmentwill condensed, as a gentleman of high official Mrs. Peck has been greatly missed, and
the judge; otherwise our thinks the change of air from Sanfordto
and position did at the capitol the other day, we are pleased to welcome her home.
become a terrible mercenary Indian River will be of considerable
into one word, viz: jobbery. We do not JUPITER. Several people from Cocoa went up on
despotism"THE benefit to his wife and daughter, and
believe this of the governor, however, the steamer Thursday to spend the
Democratic Executive Committeehave Weather very hot and dry and no they will probably remain in town abouta
nor believe that he will appoint Mr. Fourth in Titusville. Among them we
issued: their call for a convention.to mosquitoes.Mr. month, to inhale the healthgivingozone
Triay. noticed Mr. W. Jarvis wife and sister
,
. be held at Rockledge, August 2nd to Harden, of the Signal office, has of the Indian River and Atlantic
Dr. W. L.
Hughlett, Dr. L. T. Daniel
select five delegates to the State and just returned from a trip on the line. Ocean.
CALL FOR BREVARD COUNTY DEMOCRATIC and the Misses Bertha and Ida Curtis.A .

District conventions, to represent Bre- CONVENTION.The Mr. and Mrs. Olds, of Waveland, were
very pretty wedding took place last MRS. N. N. PENNY.
another
vard Co. On the 20th of August visitors at Capt. Armour's this week.

will be held at Titusville to Wednesday evening at the residence of

convention for the Legislature Democratic party of Brevard coun- Mrs. A. J. Mitchell and children left Mr. T. H. Sanders, at Indianola, when Death very suddenly invaded the

nominate a candidate list of ty will hold a convention at Rockledge, Saturday for Titusville where they are his eldest daughter Miss Nannie, was family of Captain N. :N. Penny, of Ban-

and also for county officers, a August 2nd, 1890, at 11 a. m., to elect visiting friends. married to Mr. Charles O. Blyth. Rev.J. ana River, last Tuesday week and car-
call.
the
found in
which will be five the state convention
held in each delegates to Mr. J. Smith, a brother of Mr. Alfred N. Jones, of Titusville, performed the ried away his:: faithful wife and helpmeet.
the are
When primaries and five delegates to the congressional For a number of weeks Mrs. Penny had
forth Smithhascome to light the beacon-lights ceremony. Miss Fannie Sanders (sisterof
Democrat come
precinct let every convention be held at Ocala
to August
lend his The essence of while Alfred is off on a trip. the bride) and Miss Lizzie English, of been quite sick from nervous prostration
and presence. 13th and 14th 1890.
but under the treatment of
starts in the primary meetings, Mrs. Kate Roberts returned home Titusville, acted as bridesmaids. A large herph"siciana
politics And also a county convention will be
change for improvement noticed
was
and full attendance will, at that time, Tuesday from Cocoa where she has been numter of friends of the young couplewere
a held at Titusville, August 20th, 11 a. m. by her husband. She expired during a
subvert wire-pulling to a great extent. visiting her sister Mrs. D. R. Johnson. present, who united in wishing
for the of making Democratic
purpose them of convulsion, her last words asking that
Send delegates or alternates to each There crowd the beach many years happiness.EAU .
was quite a on
your nominations to fill the following offices: water be thrown over her, indicating a

convention, and avoid giving proxies, A Justice of the Peace and Constablefor last Sunday bathing in the ocean. Thereis CALLIE. suffocating feeling. At the time no one

which have been the main cause of any each district, a Clerk of the Circuit Fame talk of organizing a bathing club. but the family was with her, but shortly

dissention within our ranks. Let every Court, Sheriff, County Surveyor, TaxAssessor Jimmie Armour was sick last week Mrs. and Miss Bassett are again visiting after several neighbors, who live

Democrat in Brevard take active part in Tax Collector, County Treas- and could not attend Sunday school butwe friends in our settlement. some distance away, arrived. She was

the first and most important work of urer and a Member of the House: of hope he will be able to be out next Capt. Bennett reports orange trees in buried the next day near the spot she

this political campaign. Representatives.At Sunday.Mrs. blossom at this season of the year. had made her home for many years.

THE celebration of July 4th and other each of the above conventions each Miller and daughter Lillian left The recent rains cause our orange Capt. Penny has three children-one boy

to look after in con- precinct will be entitled to the following Saturday for Titusville on a visit to Mrs. groves to put on new luxuriant growth. and two little girls, the elder of whom is
numerous things
number of the basis of the R. P. Blatch is sinking another artesian
delegates
on
Miller's mother. Buzz. only eleven of To this
nection with the same, the past week, years age. say
Democratic votes cast for Governor in well on his property on the Eau Gallic community deeply sympathizes with
has prevented our giving a description of river.

the happy manner in which the Press 1883 : BUTLER ESCAPES FROM THE COUNTY him does not express it-for who can
Barkers Bluff 2. Point 5. Canaveral Commissioner P. A. McMillan left for
City
Association were received, at their meeting JAIL measure the loss of a mother and wife in
2. Eau Gallie 3. Eden 2. Fort our county town on :Monday last on such an household.
week the citizens of Jacksonville -
last by
1.lIaulover He Cuts Out of His Iron Cell in One Night: special business.
Drum 3. Fort Pierce 2. Georgiana .
of Trade. If
their Board
through and is Not Heard Of. NOTICE OF ELECTION.
3. LaGrange Merritts Island Miss Mollie Nicholson was sufferingfrom
editorial brethren had the I
any of our 3. Malabar 1. Melbourne 2. Narrows 1. Brevard County has enjoyed the repu- the effects of a severe sore throat
1 OFFICE BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -
idea that Metropolis city OF THE OF
slightest our Rockledge G. Titusville 9. I tation for some time of being the only but is about again as usual.
not fair to them in every way possible July 8th, 18!>0.
was \\ e recommend that the primaries in county in South Florida whose iron cellsin Service in the Eau Gallic Baptist
riust have been Whereas the Titiuvillc school districthas
their
opinions each of the above precincts to elect the her county jail have not been cut church on Sunday next will be conductedby ,
changed by the kindly way they were been made a sub-district in accordance
above delegates be held at each voting open by some one of her prisoners. This the Rev. Mr. Hiscock, of Georgiana.All .
met and treated, and no doubt many with the laws:: providing thereo.r.Sec. ,
place therein on the 2Gth day of July, record, which has been a source of prideto are cordially invited to be present.It .
little differences politically and other ( 19, Chap. 3872, No. 2G.)
A. D. 1890.. Sheriff Bowman during his term of is rumored that a grand barbecuewill
wise, were done away with by the friendly An election is hereby ordered to be
The following persons have been ap- office, was broken last Friday night, andno be given in the near future; its location -
there exchanged. held at the Court House the 12th day
greetings pointed as the Democratic executive one is more astonished at the way it is not yet decided upon, but will be on
The Press Association of the State is of August, for the purpose of deciding
done than the Sheriff himself.A .
committee for each precinct and are re- was near the new post office of Hartland.
organized under a constitution and whether the district shall be specially
now
quested to for the primaries in man named Butler was placed in Mr. Dave Stewart is among its promoters
arrange
by-laws which will protect the interestsof taxed to raise funds over and above the
about months for breaking
the
their respective precincts. jail two ago therefore its success is assured.
our editors and publishers. A uni- state and county tax, to increase the
into Fred saloon. This is
Haulover-C. II. Nauuian, J. D. Vann, Losley's The steamer Kathleen has been in
form rate to all advertisers, home and privileges or opportunities, (more par-
the who of
Thomas Crook.CanaveralN. man cut out jail. commission all the past week. The ex-
needed for long time. to the school house No.
has been a ticularly enlarge
foreign, X. Penny, C. P. Honeywell The cell door i is locked by a large hasp cursion from Tropic on Saturday last
Cutting rates will also be done away 2), at which election only tax-payers
Henry Wilson. which passes over a bolt which is rivetedon was well patronized. The steamer left
with in the future, by all members of upon real or personal property sball'beentitled
Rockledge Wooten, A. W. liar- the inside of the iron framing of the for our county town under charter on

the Association. dee, T. K. Dixon. cell. After the ha p i is placed on this Sunday last.lr.. Ernest Taylor accompanied to vote.
The ballot shall be of
a piece plain
TilE East Coast Transportation Company Malabar-R. C. Creech, Ed Arnold) bolt the lock is passed through a hole in the Hodgson.brother's.
white with the words
the printed or
Among excursionists on Saturdaylast paper
chartered the steamer Kathleen Cal Arnold. the bolt which lucks the cell door in the
from written it: "for a special tax" or
Tropic were noticed Mr. and upon
from Messrs. Hodgson Bros., this week Melbourne F. Gibbs C. J. Hector, same manner as a common hasp and '
Mrs. Jno. and "against a special tax.:
Casper Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
and carried their first load of freight, R. W. Andrews staple secures any common door.
Br'anIr.. J. T. Stewart and Mr. John Also at the same time and place, three
Monday, marked in their care, from the Barkers Bluff-S. Kitchiug, Dempsey By some means Butler must have se-
Trustees shall be elected.
Mathers.: The last named gentlemanis
Railroad wharf to Cocoa. A demandwas Cain, Paul Kroegel.TitusvilleRobert. cured a brace and a hollow ground bit, Boundaries
of Titusville school district
setting out 40,000 pines on his Merrills
made by Messrs. Robbins&Graham, Morrow, E. 11. Rice, for in this way he cut off the head of the
Island property.We Beginning at the half-mile post on the
agents for the East Coast TransportationCo. S. II. Ray.Narrows. rivet on the inside-then all he had to
are orry to chronicle the death of west boundary of section 33 of township
., for the freight, but the rate charged -H. B. Archibald, A, J. do was to tap the bolt outward and the
:Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Snell's oldest son. 21, south of range 35 east; thence run
railroad added to other chargesfor Whitlock, Louis Stoeckel. door The bolt
the was shows.the cut-
by open.
The funeral took place on Thursday last south along the west line of section 33 of
wharfage, dockage, etc., made a rate Fort Drum-Morgan Swain Henry ting was done in this manner, and the ,
the remains being carried from Tropic to said township and along the west.line of
higher to Cocoa from Jacksonville by Holmes J. P. Padgett. grindings of the bit on the cell floor are
the burial ground on the Hodgson Bros.' section 4 of township 22 range 35 east,
the new line than by the regular line of City oint-J. D. Hatter, R. .\. Har- also positive proof of the method used.
steamer Kathleen. )Ir. and Mrs. Snellare to the Delespine Grant thence continueon
sixteen cents per hundred. This is a discrimination dee, C. A. Willard. After getting out of the cell he first triedto I
almost the south two mile,
prostrated by the and same course
Merritts Island-J. H. Sams W. R. great
against competing lines excavate a hole under the palisade
sudden shock. thence turn an angle of 90 and run east
which the agents for the East Coast Sanders, J. R. Carter. around the jail, but struck a log or pieceof
The Rosie H. returned from the Regatta to Indian River, thence meander the
Transportation Company claim cannotbe Eau Gallic-Allen Boothe, C. T. Ver- wood and gave it up. Then he scaled
of the Fourth again victorious shore of Indian River northerly to the
allowed by the laws of Florida under beke, Rufus Stewart. the high fence and effected his escape.
from which we infer that Eau Gallic is northeast corner of the Delespine Grant

the Railway Commission Act. Hence a Grange-Thomas Johnson, A. I. The Blanchard woman was the only not losing her place in the procession.The and continue northerly along the Riverto

case has len created for the consideration Carter, Perry Day. prisoner in jail with him at the time, and variable weather the north line of the Town of Titus-

Commissioners whichit Fort Pierce T. J. DeSteuben, J. S. we were having ville the of begin
of the
Railway she refused to run away. The cuttingwas about the Fourth being opposite point

is expected will soon be settled by Bell, Ed Summerlin. silently done for no one was prevented several of ning, thence run west along the north
very our fleet from attending the great anni- boundary of the south half of sections 33
Eden-Thomas E. Richards, J. II. Le-
their here take evidence in the
coming to
Sheriff Bowmanis
awakened by noise.
to
any versary. and 34 of township 21, range 35 east

case. The Steamboat Company hold Tourman, C. E. Chaffee. of the opinion that such articles as Eau Gallic celebrated the Fourth by the half mile post on the west boundaryof

that the wharf at this place and at all Dated July 8th, 1890. were necessary to do the work must have holding grand section 33, the same being the point of
D. L. GAULDEX Chairman a picnic on the grounds of said land embracing the
doun the river where constructedby beginning;
places been secreted on the of recent
Dem. Ex. Committee. persons the Hotel Treutler. Malabar, Tropic, south half of sections 33 and 34: of town-

them constitutes their private property prisoners put in jail by the town author- Bovine and other adjacent points were ship 21, range 35 east, and all of sections

and regard any attempt by another J. F. 'rOOTE.Secretarv.. ities, as he is always very careful to well represented, and ice cream, water 3 and 4 in township 22. range 35 east,

steamboat to do business their wharvesas search thoroughly all county prisoners melons, etc., were in great demand. The and a part of the Delespine Grant

trespass. A decision in this case will -The Misses Bertha and Ida Curtis, when placed in jail. The bolt that was day's festivities wound Inspectors of Election,
were up by a SAM'L II. RAY, ED. L. BRADY,
decide whether a competing line ol of Cocoa, were in town a couple of days cut will be replaced by one made of social dance at the residence of Mrs. D. L. GAULDEN, GEO. B. RDMPH.JNO .

steamers can do business on the river. the end of last week. chilled steel. William Roesch. H. SAMS, Co., Su P't.









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PISTOLS IN SIGHT. CpL James were demolished, and also j

the new wing of the Douglasville col- '' r.RES. ..I MINNESOTA CROPS. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT HIMSELF.Sad .
J1 e Tlllman Campaign in South Carolina lege, which had just been completed --
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Heavy Lessee at Xw Orleans and Seattle, Outlook for Growing Grain Reported
was torn
Getting Exciting. away. The negro Methodist Sequel of a Hunting Holiday A Terrible -
church was blown from its \Va4hlngton. I Very Encouraging.
CoLrMBiA. S. C., July 7.-The campaign foundation. Wound.

meeting at Winnsboro, Fairfield About two inches of rain fell, and while NEW ORLEANS, July 4.-Two warehouses i I ST. PAUL, July 2,-The crop outlook ,

county, nearly resulted in a serious riot the farmer interests: will be benefited, ] cued by the Standard Oil com- 'I in Minnesota is very encouraging. The TU."TA., Ga., JuJ"t.Se"en months

between the Tillman and anti-Tillman it is feared that the damage to life and 1 pany, occupying c considerable space in growth of straw is very heavy. Wheat, ago 14 Charles Hillsman Powell a lad of

faction*. About 1,500 eople were at property has been considerable. The '! 1 the rear of the city, were burned Tues i i oats and flax are reported as looking years.with returned his father from near a Lithonia.hunting excursion on-

the meeting-many of whom were ladies telegraph wires are all reported down > day. A number of tanks, containing in fine, save that in some places the flax the Georgia railroad. When he reached

who bad come with their friends. Gen. except between Atlanta and this place. ,[ J all 1,050 barrels, and two others, con I stalk steins to be dying. Corn is grow home the yard do, was tearing a pet

E&rle. one of the candidates for governor !taining 5,3uO gallons, were burned. A I ing fast just now. and is about as: far pig and the afraid; to shoot the dog
boy,
OB the "straight ticket," was frequently Death of Dr. T. 3L Jones. j ]large !iuppl'of turpentine and resin along as usual at this time. The fruit for fear of killing the pi clubbed the

interrupted by the Tillman men,and one RALEIGH, N. C., July ..-Rev. Dr. T. : ]barrels were also destroyed. A buildingand crop is abundant. In North Dakota it dog with his The ? broke at the

el them proposed to pull Earle off the M.Jones, president of Greensboro Female a stable, owned by the company, I ha. raiued I:. ore or less for a week past. breach and one gun.barrel gun was, discharged:

stand when he was attacked, and this college, is dead. He was seized with k the buildings occupied by 3lessrs. imp- j Wheat and grain of ail kinds are grow- the load entered his left thigh lacerating -

almost brought about a general fight. sudden illness while at church last Sat- 'eon & Vizard containing laX empty l I ing rapidly. Farmers are cutting hay, the muscles and the bone

When Tillman got up to speak, the opposition urday, and his sudden death is a calamity -, barrel' and 900 barrels of resin, and the i arid the hay crop will be very large. In near the hip ioint. The crushing wounded boy

outnumbering his friends, hissed to the institution which he so zeal- ware house of the Armbrewister Oil j South L'aii-t* the weather has ben very has been cared for. in
1 tenderly
him until he finally declined to speak. ously labored for. He was widely known 'company, containing about $2,500 worthof favoralle f..r grain. Telegraphic advices \\"a"since the unfortunate acciden every. but

Hw friends mounted the stand and, among the educational profession.. He oil, also fell a pl'e'tr) the flames. A f.uinVai.m,"ton and Oregon state nothing seemed to help him. He: \va.ipla.Ctd
was a prominent number of other buil.'.i':s were more or that crop protcta are all flattering
taking him bodily, brought him to preacher in the North \ very Providence this ,
up in infirmary
the front and him Carolina Methodist conference. i' less damaged. ruE to....l los is placed all over the territory. city
begged to resume hisfpeech. at I : about two weeks a;;o. and dine of the
At this point the state senator $100u\jO. !
: Deadly Lemonade. very best physicians in this city have attended
called the attention of the audience to Storming of Enfaula on the 8th of Jnly.ECFACLA At Seattle. the unfortunate little fellow, but

the fact that twenty of Mr. Tillman's Ala., July ..-It has been SEATTLE; TTuii., Jr.ly 4.-A fire Tnday *-- I WCHIT.Kan.., July 2.-One hung ic- all to no purpose. He has been given, up.
supporters on the stand had their hands decided to open the state campaign at'I' night. which originated in a row of : were poisoned at a tic: and death will soon relieve him of his

on their pistols. This announcement this place on the Sth. It is expectedthat two story corrugated iron buildings on I chiMrea Saturday wiio by drinking lemonade.of the Three asronies. He is surrounded by his p partook beverage
produced great consternation, and the Hon. Thomas G. Jones, the nominee I West street caused considerable alarm and friends who are almost heart broken.
ladies tied in dismay. It is said that a for governor, will be here, also Hon. E. 'owing to the valuable nature of the [ have J.ed.: and others are nit expected He is a remarkably bright buy ant the
I
li\c. A chemical
hundred pistuli were in sight in a moment T. Taliaferro of Birmingham, Hon. E. L. property contiguous to the burning j to : analysis of the youngest child of his i arents." The little
lemon? !*' has not been mad but it is
The tension was very great, anda Russell of Mobile, and a number of other buildings, but after the strenuous efforts !, said the who it uo.edI fellow cant live many days and boy-*
that man
single blow would have brought on a distinguished gentlemen. The campaignwill of the firemen of this city and supplied everywhere: should remember this unfortunate -
cueu.iv..i acid and made mistake '
conflict. But Tillman had his say, and be a lively one. those from Tacoma the flames were I a in occurrence.
his iruL The
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finally quiet was restored. Thus ended gotten under control. The loss, it is I !> beverage was: supplied
in huge and the
the meet perilous meeting of the cam MOK=: CLERKS NEEDEDIn thought, will not exceed $100,000. hot cans drank as day Soon was very THE FARMERS AND TILLMAN.
everytxdr freely. !several -
paign. But some think the worst is yetto I
come. Order to Keep Up With the Work In :. LAKE FRONT AND JACKSON PARK p.r.onere taken: violently ill. Jubilant at the Fact that a Prim try will
the Pension Office. ; I B'f-re lone almost every person on the .
I Decided Upon aa a bite for the World'* grounds was prostrated, and before. be Held-Sniwtroke.SPARTA
WASHINGTON, July 2.-The old soldiers -
EIGHT THOUSAND MEN Fair.CmC..Ot I medical aia\ reached them three: children -BURO. S. C., July 4.-There L
who entitle under
are to
pensions had died. much satisfaction expressed by of
July 4.-The local board of many
Are Idle, and Say they will out Until the bill
Stay dependent just approved by the
directors of the'world's fair met Tuesday the formers at the fact that it has been
Matter* are Settled. president, are likely to hare their claims I IJlcxxl at a Picnic.HENDZZISON .
and by unanimous vote decided, decided to hold a primary in the gubernatorial -
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 4. Eight adjudicated promptly. It is estimated suuject to the approval of the National I Ky., July 2.-What election. The contest will be

thousand men are idle. Every coal miner that under this law fully a quarter of a i i commission, to hold the fair on the lake will likely prove .a double murder ocean decide by a plurality vote. The Till-

in the state, so far as heard from, has million persons will be added to the pen- I front and at Jackson park. While the I \.... ...:e Saturday: right, at a picnic I man side being well organized and perfectly -

quit work, and it is said they will stay sion roll. i i board was in session a .deputy sheriff entered I' and bui'ecue eight rails; from thin city harmonious will have an advantage -

out until their demands are granted.It Gen. i:amn,commissioner of pensions, the room .tnu served upon Chairman on the Madisonville road. Before tIm over their opponents--the strength

is: believed that a settlement will be who IMII-ling every possible effort to Gage notice th-t: a bill for an injunction I for returning home a sunnier ot tu s of which will divide betwtea Earle and

reached between the Tennessee Coal, meet: tin emergency, says: to restrain the board fromu men in attendance took oa :uO larce a. Bratton. A Tillman man, in speakingof

Iron and Railroad company and the :fin additional allowance of some 440 -in.j tie lake from for world fair purposes I' supply of whisky, and soon the affair the matter, said that there had been ,

Pratt mines miners. Judge Bond, who clerks has been asked for because the Lad Leen tied by abutting property wound up in a general fi;ht. in which little fear in his arty before, but now

u general for the =e.t force has all it do The .. Frank Harcock, John inmers and there at all. '
,
manager company pre! can now. u\\ (:"-, a:id if any attempts were i was none
has returned from New York. lie requested new law, will, according to the senate made tso use tr'he complainantswould Tom Hancock were fce.iou-.\" *.a:. i.e Mr. Pope N. Crouch l nronrietor of the
the Pratt mines miners es-tiuiate the two lat e. ..re in a very tri'.xal: : conui- Central hotel while sated the
to appoint put 300,000 more cases oa: push for the is uaacd of the re- : on street
a committee to confer with him roll Of course this calculation is more ( straiui.. ; orler.3Iu tion ana their recovery is doubtfuL received a sunstroke. The day was the \

with a view of arriving at a basis of or leis 1: vble to be inaccurate. It would '; : hottt s: of the season the thermometer
Fatally Ueat"n and Robbed.
rates and settlement. This committeehas : be impossible for resent force to *tn't Tell Guv. rnment Secrets.ONTAP.ro. standing at 92 in the coolest shade. It
been appointed, and the conferencewill I handle all this extra work in audition to July 4.-"Pie bill pissed lost CHICAGO, July 2.-Daniel J. Mullen !: was only a minute or two until four

Le held. It is hoped and believed what th."y are now doing, and so I have fe s iv-n to punish jvveniiueut officials !i 4-;? years old died Sunday evening from physicians were attending the strickenman.

that a satisfactory agreement will 1*? arrived asked for more clerks i i"Ihere for d;.clo-.in;; troverriineatecrets was I the effects of a beating he receiveTueslhay : ; who lay several hour in an Unconscious

at. It is said that if a basis of settlement are to be ten mere principal i offiei{iiy pioclauacv. .u hJay. It provider ni ht in Lake Front park from a condition but during the night

is agreed upon at Pratt mines, examiners, I believe, and the others to thtt any such ivr-on- who for the i crowd of roughs who after assaulting. regained his faculu and U now resting

the strike will be practically settled at be divided through the various gradesof purpose or ulitalI1llltuLvnUlI.t1vn. enters i him robbed him of a gold watch and very well. Mr. Crv'<*a formerly livedin
clerks. No division is be furl, i'i Canada tin: m< ae>. The description of Mnllen's ..
every joint in the district. new to any .oc ava. t: .C., orualawiull variant NewUrrj. mis >*a- '_
created, but the work will be so divided lIJt..lUl'I' any information to could not te obtained, '

POLITICS IN FLORIDA.Chipley I that cases under the new law will move which he :* rant eutatle'i.i"ehall be punished but the pohee are of the belief that the SERIOUS CHARGES.Four .
right along abreast of the old cases. It as the :government may decide, but a. auit wtas \.omiaiUedby some of tne

and Call hate a Hrawl-Both Gentlemen I would be unjust to make claimants under for diruloln: such information to a foreign I ait.: .chts uf Eurnum's circus. ; Men will be Tried for Attempt to

**>peak a ."Ie4"e.UA&l. this latest act wait and take their state he shall be imprisoned for life. .\+ya**inate E. (,. Ware.
turn. So insteat of putting the new This act: n has: beea rug.,'ettJ;: by the I! A KilU Two Ien. '
Desperate Negro
WATKINSVILLE. Ga., t-On the
DIA. Fla., July 3.-Times July
are
get- cases behind the rest we will begin Intkh ;,->A erzouent. I i
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ting hot, and politics and mudslingingare work on them at once, and carry them MILLWOOD, Ga.. July 3.-James Allen, 23th of last: May an attempt was made
kept: at par. The arraignment; of right through as fast as possible. THE GREAT RE-UNION. I a de{>erate uegr' stole a Winchester on the life of Mr. E. G. Ware one of the

Senator Call by CoL Chipley Let,an at 10 "Cases: that are well presented, in !1 rifle from Henry Smith. colored. A warrant best farmers in Oconee countv. the factsbein
o'JCk and lasted one hour. which there are no unfavorable con Chattanooga Full of Confederates, and a i I was sworn out fur his arrest. Justice ; printed in these dispatches at the

Mr. Call was then given two hours in ditions, may be got through and adjudicated Grand Time wa HatJ.U. of the Peace Charles Cowart and> time. Tae town is aroused again, Lm U
which Tenn. Never Constable Joe Star lin in is because of the fact that lour men
to reply. in a month, I should think. We \TANOOGA, July 5.- :, company
Chipley charged Call with incompe- issued: just: as soon as the president in the history of this city has such a : with Smith found Allen about half a have teen arrested, charged with the at

teocy. reckleaa, misstatement concerning signed the bill thousands of pamphlets grand parade taken place as was witnessed mile from here near the B 'unawick and tempted as ination. Their name are,

matters of public import, abuse of his containirij the text of the act the rules by forty thousand people on the ; Western railroad. They attempted to Jesse Whitehead, Charles T. Whitehead -

MUaUrfrtal jHuvers to further his private governing c:\.es under it, and blank occaaion'of the re-union of the Confederate ,, arrest Allen, who shot Cowart over the James: T. Streetman, whites, and

interests, duplicity in connection with forms for claimants to fill out. Theseare veterans-ten thousand old soldiers: left eye killing him instantly, he then Bob Griffith a ne ro.

the famous Norfolk bank swindle, and now being distributed to claimants, in line. Gen. John B. Gordon was comnianderinchief i i shot iitardling two inches below the nipple The court house was crowded with

also with the Fort Brooks reservation, and many are also being sent to Grand of the procession, andas :, from which he die in half an hour. ea. -pectators at the preliminary trial

attempting to defraud a negro man of Army posts for the information of memo he rode along the line in review, he Allen then snapped !ag n at Smith. A large number of witnesses were examined

hu home, and! many other charges of a Le=s." was greeted with cheers. Gen. E. Kirby but it failed to rire. Silt with a $;- I and after a ,tedious trial, the prisoners
serious nature. Smith, dressed in a suit of Confederate '! calibre Smith and WM a. kille Allen i were bound over. Jesse J. Whitehead -

Senator Call denied every statement BALL PLAYERS ARRESTEDIn gray, commanded the military ion5. before he could make a -.". .1 attempt.CHATTAX U charged with firing the cowardly

made by Chipley, stating that they were r.ILIa-Tht" Game Continued After Cheers along the line were: almost deaf shots, and C. T. Whitenead. J. T. Street-

false in every particular, and that there ening. Every command carried national Three (unvicta lUl.e.l ..) &.1; m1te. man and Bob Griffith as acc -50ries.

was not a stain either on his private or a Farce Trial. colors-nut a single Confederate t1aW3..i ? 'XMJA, T l1D.. July 3.-Con. Mr. Ware, though very feeble from
WASHINGTON, July 2.-During the the wounds attended the triaL The
character. een. Brass bands passed the ,
public ;
up id1'*. who were bbistin-4 out'a foundation ,
:
cf SunC-.y's base ball between Whitehead brothers bond but it is
game
progress s-treet-y playmj: national airs, DIXie, to*' a new hotel at I'raw iL-h Sprins- gave
NOT VERY SERENE.The : the Washington and Worcester Bonnie Blue Flag;," and the war tunes Ga., oa the old Chicamaii.'a battlefield, probable that Streetman and the negro
clubs at the Gentlemen's driving park on Loth Miles, and cheers echoedthrough near this city, were killed.- Ten charsres will spend the summer in jailEuur'

Senate did not Confirm one of Hi near Alexandria. Va., Sheriff; Beach, oi the air and not a single incident occur- 1: had been placed, but oniy :six fired. The ,

Pet., and the President 1* Mad. Alexandria county, accompanied by Justice tnl to mar the pleasure of the day.A 1 men it is :said retuuied to work. and iou to >t. PauL

RALEIGH N. C. 7. Collector E. of the Peace Druml%nd, colored feature of the parade was several while sending a drill down one of the .\:""?,\. Ga.. July : .-An excursion
July -
A. White of, this, internal district served warrant of arrest upon the managers : hundred young men-sons of Confederate holes which had not been charged, an .f tenchrrs from various parts of i
revenue and members of the two teams for T'eter.lIl."r-who participated in the >! v tlii- '
: : i explosion occurred. Four men were ,ITv :' a city to-iuorr)" .
,
has just The returned commissioner from of Washington internal playing base ball in violation of the < re-union. thrown over the tops of the surrounding. *>,- ..." .."_: ..4? gone furr-.

revenue city.has recommended to the president Sunday law. A trial which developedinto Gen. Gordon to III. Comrade | trees killin! two in.tUltlAnother died .:'" .; ai.r }....i. -

that the districts in a c m.f lete farce followed, dunne : Gen. Gordon addressed thousands ofpeople in a few minute, in.t .t'- dfull.r injur- I
two revenue
which the spectators unmercifully guyed and his sentiments t.anlag iii
North Carolina be consolidated, and that were to patriotic 1 ell the fmuth.
White be made collector of the district the justice and sheril: and eloquent, that the wildest excitement : \ j

thus formed. This is made Each participant in the game waa prevailed. He said : ,: It U thought lie Cannot Live Many Day. Discouraging in Oklahoma.
suggestion : fined f3 and coots, amouLting toI, "31Y COMRADES I TopKm.., July 4.-Hon. J. V.
cm account of the defeat of Eaves, the : appear simply to RICHMOND, Va., July a. C '
The *
iieverlyi
which was, promptly paid. game thank \uu fur this call and for the privilege u Admire receiver of the land office at
Hfeeide&t'd: appointee for collector of the was then continued and warrants were have afforded look into Tucker i- very low t'St. Lube's home. ; Kingfisher. T., is in this city. He
western district by reason of the senate'arefusal Burkett. you me to and it is thought he can live only short
a
again made out against Secretary your faces once more and had I the says the people of the territory: are discouraged
to confirm him. The president is the time. He is To old, and for
of tue Washington club on i, call years nearly by reason of the continuedhot
po\\%r to blessings from Heaven, its
very angry at this refusal to confirm. charge ,.f playing ball without license. choicest would be ; half a c"ntury'I1.\3 been prominent in weather and bad prospects.The .
gifts heads. crop
Dr. Iou, who was Eaves' bitter oppo- Burkett. however, learned of this move, I ask as a lost parting upon your that law. politics and literature. He has had thermometer has stood over lW degrees -
portent. told the president that he had and quickly drove to this city with the true request, you the PPn-o:1a13Ct1t1.1.intan'eof all the great and no rain has fallen for over

Made Eaves what he was. The president, sheriff in hot pursuit. He will probably the prove union as in future to your plighted did: faith the to !1 men of the country for the last forty fifteen days. Affairs generally, Mr.
k u bul replied in a sharp tone, this as you to 1 and is a well known
,
figure in
very be arrested today to answer : stars and bars in the days.of Great years Admire says, are in a deplorable con
tfaat he wu aware of the existence charge. i, cheering.] war. [ Washington, where he! has made hU : dition, and if the crops: fail this year
oelr one Creator. The president is not home since the war. Col. Tucker was suffering result,
A JUST DEMAND. "I knew what your response would be consul great
entirely serene. to Liverpool u-r n.c'1'1nan. !
\TantPay ,': and I undertake to say for you, and the I He is a brother of Ho!'. Jr\hn R' llolp A Tramp'. Revenge.
New Orleans Telegraph Operators future will forever the
ThU ... Done in the "Xetr S ath." prove correctnessof Tucker. Two other tlr'thfO--s-St. George BANOOE, ile., July 4.-Tuesday. afternoon -
Work.
fur Extra the ,
prophecy, that whenever the li
and David-were alike i-n.minent. on being refused food a:
a
tramp
T&u.iii.sea Fla., July 5.-It ,has SEW YORK, July :!.-The World honor integrity progress, and the powerof i :'
l the house ct Francis H. Duffy in thi
I
bttn learned that on Sunday night four A received this republic are at stake, these men
this morning says: dispatch who alone in the
Matter Seem to be Untattleri. city, by a woman was
Bfegroetf armed with shot l&urrtw&ded and their children
guns will tie found the
from New Orleans states that never i j on i i BIRMISGH Ala.. Judy. I!! house, and afraid to admit him, set fire
the saw mill of J. E. White, side of that republic. [Great plaiiae.] -It h r learned -
since the strike of 1S83 has the Western : aj to a pile of shavings in the stable. The
drove off the employees, et fire to the And if to-dav I desired: to transmit to myjiooterity ;i that there: is a disposition among the >
Mill and stood guard around it until it Union telegraph office, in this city, been au aaaurauce Lat this laud :, coal miners to work on at present prices blaze was extinguished, but half an
the
stable
left more seriously crippled than now. until later in the when hour later the hay in was
teas destroyed. The negroes then would remain great: and and season there will :
aM have not been heard of. Eighteen: men on the night force haverertgned free, I wouid say, in God's prosj-erou-s name com- i| be a better chance of enforcing their de- found to be on fire. The woman fainted -
seek and rescued by the neighborsfrom
and elsewhere to em- was
i
gone
mands. Some of the disposed
mit its destiny to such tbee. operators are -
.lire.ted and Put In JaiL ployment. The reason for this is that II f Great cheering.] men as "I it is said, to offer a compromise, the burning ltillJIDg."I'Le incen-
refuses to allow the I diary is,still at large.
MOKTIOMEBT, Ala., July 'i.-The Adv I the management "God blew ou. and enable you in following and if this i* not accepted, the strike j

rthr pnau a special from Tallahassee, men extra pay for overtime.It that the old tla;, which is 'the flag of 1 maR be put off a month or two longer. Work of the Pea.ioa Office.
happens men
Fla.. .-hidu.ta that William Rhodes: I not infrequently to work from one to five our fathers to discharge every duty under j: ,' WASHINGTON, July 4.-The pension
Lewi Perry, James Crosby and William are obliged without compensation. The resignation His guidance, lor the future of this j Augusta to hare Another Ice Factory. office issued e fiscal year just

Page, charged with burning White's cotton hours of the men aas entailed an extra country." [Applause.] | \tGrST.Ga.., July 3.-The exceeedingly closed 151,653 pension certificates. The

gin, have been arrested and put in amount of work on those left behind, The picnic at Chicamauga battlefield, hot weather, together with reported number Issued during the precedingyear

jail and a petition requesting pay for the the proposed national park was the best i ice famine in several places has, it I* was 145,292. Of tne number issued

Dame overtime has been sent to the management and largest ever seen in this country, l thought, been the cause of projecting during the year just closed, 66,337 were
:e to Life and Property.IkJCUL.IVli.LE The petitioners stated that if and, all-in-all, Chattanooga will ever Le j" another ice factory in this city. It is: tc original pension, which w an increase'

Ga,, July 7.-This their requestvaa denied they would re- proud of her visitors and the re-union of be a fifteen ton plant. Augusta w;I.I:: of nearly 15tM H* compared with
J ce mud viemky wa vi-ited by a very The has replied that the veterans will be referred to with I have 115 tons of ieJ'f'r day when aT I the number issred during rte preceding
3 company .
aign.
?y *4.. 6f wind and rain, about :
A k their resignations would be accepted. pride for generations to come. the plans have been perferte( year. .
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count says it never will. The chain is a ers" was received in that city addressedto Notice. O. O"Hardware. : : .,

massive one, nearly as large as a man's a lady of that city. In Circuit Court for Dade County and

I thumb, and has a beautiful uncut sap- Upon opening the box she was horrified State of Florida.-In Chancery. and
I to find reclining on a bed of crushedroses
phire on it. The date of the engage- al
Rufus K. Sewall et 1
ment and the name of her yacht is in- a half grown snake that lay; quietly vs Bill for Partition. General Produce

scribed on it. The chain is very long, concealed and sluggish from its confine- John J. Iledrick and I

I extending around the count's wrist twice, ment. A member of the sterner sex Jernado[ Stqiii and MERCHANT.

and is fastened by a small golden locket, pacified the nervous female by again Dionesia Scqui his l Order forPublication.
I LAST OF NAPOLEON'S GRAND ARMY. I II in which the sapphire is set. The count sealing up the package and returning it and tneir heirs& wifej J Melbourne] Florida1BO3

1 I wears it on his left wrist, and when the to the postofEce, where it remained untila Whereas it appears by the bill of <:om-
The Oldest Living Relic Travels Hack to arm is raised it is clearly visible. He is report of the case could be heard from. plaint filed in the above entitled cause that

III Native Land After :Many Years. I fond of showing it to his friends, and always The attorney general,in reply to a query all of the defendants therein are unknown, HODGSON

The Italian laNrsreport. the arrival at speaks touchingly of the romantic from the inspector, said the offender and their residences unknown. I

t the railroad station of Baretto,near Reg- incident associated with it. He once could not be punished: that while the And whereas it appears further that said

gio, central Italy, of a strange looking said to a friend that he would rather snake was an unm: :alle article, there bill is filed for the purpose of effecting a General Merchants

person that was the object of consiiera- I lose the arm than the souvenir on it.- I Xvaa no statute punishing the sender.- a partition of the Samuel Miles Grant,rol- J

ble curiosity. He was a tall and noble Philadelphia Record.To Louisville Courier-Journal. taining sixteen thousand acres, situated in

looking old man with a long white beard, --- said County in township :38 and 39 south Eau Gallie

who presented to the mayor a feuilie de 1'rui.ertIf'U from Lightning. and ranges4l and 42 east,sometimes known Florida

route, signed by Baron Marocchetti, the Help Liverpool's Harbor.A and designated as the "John M. Hansen

i Italian ambassador at St. Petersburg, in- recent experiment in landing transatlantic The New England Tf'lephoneand Tele- Grant," described by metes and bounds as INDIAN RIVER.
graph COlli puny is understood to be aboutto follows Beginning at a point on the west
citing the Italian authorities to take good at Milford Haven :
passengers introduce into its system a machinefor Lank of Indian river for the northeast
care of the bearer, Michael Linov ich, of j t may or may not have quickened the zeal the protection of telephone instruments corner thereof and the southeast comer to Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the

Orenburg, Russia. j of the Mersey docks and harbor board, from lightning and electric light fractional section 12, township 3S south

In reality; this mysterious old mm'as : but at any rate that body: is now suf- currents. The instrument has stood very range 41 east, said point being marked _Day, Week or Month
an Italian named Lino, born at Baretto i, with wood 4 feet high and b -- -- -
ficiently alive to the increasing importance severe tests and proved its ability absolutely a light post
105 years ego,and perhaps the last living : of the traffic from the to protect telephones and other electrical inches square, marked IJ. C. I. J.: II. on !

relic of the Grande Armee of 1812. Belonging United States passenger to have decided upon a instruments against overchargesof south side and S. 1 L on the north side from Drugs Drugs !1 Drugs !
of farmers Lino marked XII bears south 10
to a family which a pine
"to the vexatious electricity caused by lightning or other
remedy
formed part of the conscription of the prompt attempt west :2S4: links and a pine stump hears
kingdom of Italy in 1803, and was en- delays; which frequently: occur on the bar sources of current. The protector automatically north o2, west 167 links distant ; thence A Fine Assortment of1)R1"
certain conditions of tide from the grounds or shunts the excess of
at the north line of this
With his south 0(5( west along
rolled in the Imperial guard. (:is
want of a greater depth of water acrossit. current so long as it exists. As soon as survey by mile posts duly] marked in said ,
he went through the campaignof
regiment ." The use of sand pumps on the other it ceases the protector readjusts itseli automatically survey across the St. Lucie river north and PATENT MEDICINES,
and at Jena
in Prussia fought
1806-7
side of the Atlantic at Sandy Hook hasbeen and restores the circuit to its :south branches nine miles to a light wood SYPJNGES: ,
and at Friedland. Later on he was! sent
Dalmatia and so successful that this scheme has *.1-:1al condi tions.-ew York Telegraiu. I'o.tt l feet high, 4 inches square marked STATIONERY: FANCY & TOII.rUTH'LES
battalion to
with his ,
J. II. its southeast face for northwest
impressed the Liverpool dock authorities on .\
with the division of Gen.
thence to Spain
and in preference to all the suggested BUY THE IlIGIIT MEDICINE.The corner to said survey ; thence south 24
j Leech, where he passed two years of con- east long the west line to this survey three Kept constantly on Land.Physicians' .
plans of harrowing, plowing, dredgingor I
tinual fighting. WoundetMn assault, day of teas, (decoction, infusionsand miles to lightwood postnarked II on Prescriptions carefully
he returned to his native country, where constructing training wails they have such slops has passed and is being: northca-t face and three notches on north- compounded at all hours.J. .

i he remained for two years, working on decided to give the sand pumps a trial.A replaced by iluid extracts. The latest west angle- thence north (50 cast along B. SCREVEN, Druggist
sum of .t=10,000 has been voted for the i in this ,
his father's farm. United States Dispensatory says south line of this survey nine miles to a
first experiment. This sum will, it is I connection: mastic feet -to in. markedII TITUSVILLE, FLA.
On the outbreak of the terrible storm, l post > high !square
-- -
said suffice to fit two 500 ton steam "llotli decoctions and infusions hare ----- -- -- -
up now on north face on west bank of Indian
which was destined to carry off to Rus- HAVING BOUGHT TilE IXH\X
hopper barges with powerful centrifugal II become almost obsolete, and deservedly M>." river for southeast comer of !said surveyand
\lian
sia the flower of the Franco-I youth, RIVER IJAK :RY
view of the above advanced idea and thml'enorth :
In
pumps, and to allow of continuous work corner of fral'tionalection! 19;
Napoleon called under his victorious stubborn facts beg to call attention ". We will Keep on Hand Every
being carried on, when weather permits, we to -t \\c-st along the meander of the Day

eagles his old soldiers. Lino rejoinedthe for a period of twelve months, by which the Prickly Ash, Poke root and I'otasshiniCompound west bank} of Indian and St. Lucie river, FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES
service as a sergeant of the Grena- which has such
I time a judgment should be formed as to gained a notoriety which forms the eastern boundary the ,
dier guards, and with the rest"of the the prospect of permanent improvement. and i is undoubtedly the main portion of said survey, three miles tot ETC. ALSO
cis-Alpine army, under the command of GUKATE.-T BLOOD PUKiriKn first mentioned bounds thereof in form a
Eugene Beauharnais, formed part of the The sand removed by the pumps will be of the age. Has cured more rheumatism, parallelogram nine miles long and three Bottlers of Sodawater GingerAle

Grande Annee. Lino fought against the delivered into tie hoppers of the barges I syphilis, scrofula, old :sores: skin diseases, miles wide, between complainant and the ,

Russians at Smolensk and at Moskova, I I and deposited upon sites to be agreed I blood taints, etc., in the last six months, above muitioned defendants.It and other Drinks.ALL

where he lifted from the field of battle upon at the back of the banks.-London than all the other Ulood remedies on the is therefore ordered that the above .

the mortally wounded Gen. Plangonne.After News. I IVlctoria's market. It is no humbug, no secret, but a named defendants and all persons claim ORDERS RECEIVE rFOilPT
preparation composed of the fluid extractsof through under them, do
or
that he entered Moscow with Napoleon ing by, appearand ATTENTION.
Coachman and Horses. 'I Prickly :\shl'oke, Hoot, Queen's Delightand answer said bill at the Clerk's officein
and finally in the bloody battleof George Payne has just retired from arsaparilla,'with the Iodide of Potassium Juno, Dade county, Florida on the first S. A. JIELCHEK .\:: l'0)IPAXY,

the 24th of October, while fighting the service of the royal family of Eng- added; physicians endorse it as a Monday in September, A. I). IS'JO, or said PROPRIETORS,

under orders of Gen. Pino, he was taken land. He was in the employ of WilliamIV splendid combination. It is a powerful] bill will be taken as confessed.It TITUSVILLE FLA.

prisoner, after having been severely and when Victoria ascended the I tonic and builds up the system rapidly. is further ordered that notice of this ,_

wounded by the Cossacks of Platow. throne he was selected as the safest and If you are weak and feeble try one bottle. order be published weekly for the space of

Transported with a large convoy of most skillful man to drive her coach when I Take P. P. P. and gain flesh and strength sixty days in the FLORIDA STAR, a news- EDGAR HOUSE

French prisoners to Orenburg, he was the appeared in public. So rapidly.] It i is the best remedy for malarial paper published in Titusville in the ad- ,

sent with a few of his comrades to a distant young queen poisons[ and will cure chills sin every in- joining County of Brevard, there being no Close to Indian Kit f Inlet.
for has been thequeen's
I village situated at the foot of the "fifty-two; years Payne stance. AS a tonic and regulator for females newspaper published in Dade County.
coachman in London and it is FORT PIERCE FLORIDA.Fish
Caucasus, where, although kindly; treated who are in a low state of health it has no Ordered at Chambers in DeLand, Florida] .

by the Russians, he had to suffer said that the queen is sincerely distressed I equal. Try one bottle and be convinced.BROWN'S this 23;th day of June, A. D. 13'0.! Oysters and Game bv the
because the infirmities of necessitate
cruel privations during ten years. Tired : : age JOHN D. BROOME. Millions. Boats Wagons and 1ug.;
I ,
this faithful servant's retirement from
Judge Circuit Court 7th Circuit of Florida.I .
at last of such a miserable eri: :.,tonce, he U T IRON BITTERSCures lies to take Tourists hunting or
active For than
asked and obtained permission to join duty. more sixty years Indigestion, Biliousness, Dyspepsia,Malaria certify that the foregoing i is true copy fishing. Good Road from here
Russian soldier. Payne was an attache of the royal house- ,Nervousness, and General Debility. Physi- of the order of publication made in this to
the; army as a private hold. He has been provided for handsomely cians recommend it. All dealers sell it. Genuinehas case. the Gulf Coast.

In this capacity he passed through the and permission is given him to trade mark and crossed red lines wrapper. Juno, Dade Co., Fla. June, 1890. I have Lots and Houses to sell in
of the Caucasus in 1t29. ---- -- -- -----------
campaign
and come whenever he pleases. Everymorning ALBKUT QUIMBY,clerk circuit court.A. .
go ; FOR CORNS,ARTS AND BUNIONS Edgar Town. Call or Address:
he
At the close of the war obtained as .
the old gentleman makes his use only Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint.A E. Ilcyser, Att'y for complainant.
the reward for his services a little pieceof
I A. G. LAGOW Proprietor.
appearance at the royal; mews, takes a ,
ground which he cultivated. Whenhe
good, long look at the coaches and car- Safe livesiiueiit.Is Notice -- --
was 45 years old he married ;young PIONEER COOPERAGEEstablished
riages he huts driven so many times, one which is guaranteed to b!lug Six months after date hereof I will applyto
Polish girl named Nerawska, who died
prowls around among the old haunts, volt satisfactory results, or in case of lIon. Minor S. Jones, county judge of !<>&<<. Tanks and Everything in the
in 1855. The three that he had hue. .
sons by and discourses:: sagely with the hostlers failure a lorurii of purchase price. On Brevard; county, Fla., for final settlement Coopering Thirty years txpn ncr.iilitii

} this woman also died, leaving the old and grooms. The old fellow seems to thi safe plan you can buy from our ;ulvcilisfd ]- and discharge as administrator of the estateof Wheel-wri BlacisiitliiDi and Repairing

I' soldier alone in the world. Then Lino think that he has a proprietary interest Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's Henry R. ,r. McBride, deceased, late of ,
returned to Orenburg, where the New for It isguaranteed a Specially
people in the mews, and orders have been given Discovery Consumption. Brevard; county, Florida. All persons owe-
Russianized his name into Linovich.He to bring relief in case the notified
every ing estate are hereby to come Toni
that he shall be humored so far as pos- Johnson, LaGrange, FIp.
lived there in comparative comfort when used for anyf1"l'ction of Throat, forward and settle.11 holding claims
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sible in his conceits and
whims.EugeneField
for many ;years. Gifted with an extraor- : Lungs or Chest such a? Consulllption.I against !said estate will present them properly -
dinary energy of mind and body; he was in Chicago: News. I Inllamation of Lungs Bronchitis: Asth- ] authenticated for settlement. NEAT AND PROMPT. f
I"
still strong enough to catch nostalgia. ma. Whooping Cougn. Croup etc.. etc. Melbourne, Fla.] June 2t5th, 1S90.CHAS. .
Dearth of Human Skeletons. It i is pleasant and agreeable to taste. per- T. McISitibE. -FOU-
When than 100 old the old
more years fectly safe and Trial bottles] free at
Administrator.Administrator's .
There to be
i veteran at last became homesick, after appears something wrong
Dixon & 19-
with the human skeleton market. The Gray's Drugstore.
seventy-eight; years of exile. He resolved JOB PRINTING
at all hazards to return to his native -, medical department of the army has had Advice to Mother Notice.
a contract with a New York firm since Mrs Wn sruw's OOTHING brit:rshonld always ,
and
land there the remainderof
pass be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves All persons haying claims against the
his eventful the influence 1887 for supplying; 150 skeletons at speci- the little suffereratonce producesnatnral,
career. Through ; Estate of Aaron P. Cleveland] late of -SUCH AS-
fied times. The firm secured the con- quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes"bright
of the Italian ambassador
at St. button." It Brevard County, Florida, deceased, are
It is to taste.
as a very pleasant LITTCR-II .'D ,
he home tract by bidding against three other firms soothes the child,softens the all ,
Petersburg was sent to Italy at gums allays pain hereby required to present them, duly
in this country; each proposing to furnish regulates the bowels,and is the best known remed y
the expense of the Italian government. for diarrhoea, whether Arising from teething or authenticated, to the undersigned, within XOTE-IIEADS,
Lino is in the skeletons required for about the same other cents bottle. the time law .his notice
now an asylum; at Reggio, causes. Twenty-five a prescribed by or
where he is cared for with particular at- price, showing that n rate and perhaps a will be pleaded in bar of such claims. HII.I.-IIEiDS

tention. As he was born in 17S5, he is combine existed, even in so uncanny a Weakness FOR THE, Malaria BLOOD, Indigestion, and And all persons indebted to said Estate STATEMENTS

now 103 years old, the glorious survivorof traffic. The linn some months ago re- Biliousness, takeBROWN'S are hereby required to make immediate ,

a hundred battles, and probably the quested and obtained an extension of ]I I It cures quickly. IRON For sale BITTERS.by all dealers in payment to CIRCULARS,

last of the heroes who fought at Jena time in delivery the skeletons. Now medicine. Get the genuine. OSCAR HALL,

Friedland and Borodino.-Courier des they have asked that the price paid by the I Administrator.This FOLDERS,

Etats Unis. government be increased, basing the re Merit 'Jus. 27th of May, 1890.Notice..
quest on no more definite ground than INVITATIONS,
We desire to say to our citizens, that
Afoot from Oregon. "certain exigencies of the skeleton mar tor years we have.becn selling Dr. King's PROGRAMMES,
ket. The matter was referred to the New Discovery for Consumption Dr.
An old gentleman,broken down
,ragged
second comptroller, and that official de- King's New Lite Pills. lUicklen's Arnica In Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Cir- STREAMERS,
and footsore, who gave his name as cides that the request cannot be granted; Salve and Electric Bitters, and have cuit of Florida, in and for liremrd

Thomas Whitworth, and his ;age at 91 that the contractor should not have the never handled remedies that sell as well county. A. D. 1890.-7/j Chancery.JOHN DODGERS,

;years, was seen by a reporter at the advantage over competitors whose prices or that have given such universal satis W. CUUTIS, )
Union Pacific depot, to whom he told BUSINESS CARDS,
a We do hesitate
originally were higher than the contract faction. not to guarantee vs. J. Bill for divorce.
pitiful tale. them time, and stand J
to
every we ready SUSAN W.CURTIS.
I figure. The firm has skele- WEDDING CARDS
seventy-five
He had been living for some time in tons remaining to be delivered.-Cor. refund the purchase price if satisfactoryresults ; Whereas it appears by the bill of complainant ,

Harney county Ore., where he was un- Boston Herald. do not follow their use. These tiled in the above entitled] cause VISITING CARDS,

fortunate and lost the little competencehe remedies have won their great popularity sworn to by the complainant that the

had saved up for old age, through the purely on their merits. Dixon & said defendant, Susan W. Curtis, resides SEND YOUR ORDERSTO
of Researches In Palestine. Grey Druggists. 19. without the State of FIlrid.amI
villainy pretended friends. Too proudto __ that
THEFLORIDA
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become an inmate of the poorhouse, The officers of the Palestine ExplorationFund n she is over the age of twenty-one :years,

the old gentleman determined to go to of England announce that after a I and that the place of the"residence of
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friends in Tennessee, who, though in long delay they have at last received a defendant is unknown and that said bill
sultan of which is tiled for the purpose of procuring a
very poor circumstances,could give hima finnan from the Turkey; ,
a decree of divorce between the
home. gives them permission to resume their complainant Jon PRINTING OFFICE
and defendant.
y ljIL1 It is, therefore.ordelet .
Without and infirm with old excavations and researches in Palestine.
money ] that the said defendant. Susan:
age and rheumatic joints, the poor old The Turkish government requested the W. Curtis, do :'ppear'mlll answer said Notice orincorporatiun.

man started out on a journey of over officers of the society to furnish the name bill at the Clerk's office in Titusville.in .

3,000 miles on foot. of the site at and around which they; pro- Brevard county, Florida on or before Notice is hereby given that the under-

He arrived in Omaha, having walked pose to begin operations. The latter have the 7th day of October, A. D. 1M)0. or signed persons have formed a company for

the entire distance, with the exceptionof I pledged themselves to transmit to the said bill will be taken against said defendant the purpose of maintaining and operatingfor

about 200 miles. Imperial museum in Constantinople all as confessed.It public use in the conveyance of lt'rson"*
objects of antiquity found in the excava is further ordered that the notice of constructed
He is a \\"ar"eterm, and was with I and property,a railroad already
Col. Joseph Lane iu his celebrated Rogue I tions. They are permitted, however, to ; ,5 this order of three be published mouths in weekly the'FLOKiUA for the from Jupiter, on the Indian River,to Juno,

river campaign against the Indians when l keep duplicates, and to make copies and I space STAR a published: in Titus on Lake Worth, both in Dade county,Flor-

Oregon land was opened to settlement.The i take squeezes of all inscriptions and re- !;T? "d "'" !v'eaaleDtugxists, ville. Brevard newspaper county, Florida. ida. The name of the company is"J Oliter

Freemasons of this city purchase(]l liefs and to take photographs of every ',Jf Pre i';;..! :.I .ith'r' 'et, SaTannallGz. I Ordered at Chambers in DeLand Fla., & Lake Worth Railway Company." :The
] of said railroad about eight miles,
The have entered into --- -- ---- length w
a railroad ticket for the aged pedestrian,, thing. society an this 2nd day] of July A. D. 1890.
: with Flinders Petrie the IZiicklcii'.s Arnica Salve. i and the name of the county through or into
and he finished the rest of his journey bj; arrangement Jogs D. BUOOME, The
which it is made is Dade
rail.-Omaha Republican. well known and successful explorer of THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts i Judge of the Circuit Court, Seventh stock of the county.consists ofTidO
Egypt, to carry on their work.Washington Bruises, Sores. Ulcer. Salt Rheum Fever -. Judicial Circuit of Florida. capital company in
)()OOO
shares of $100 each, or $- ,
Papjienhetm's Engagement Bracelet. Post. Sores Tetter Chapped] Hands. Chilblains. I I certify that the forgoing is a true all. The undersigned its first
Corns, and nil Skin Eruptions, copy of the order of publication made i compose
The handsome gold link bracelet whic]I 1 this Board of Directors. .
and positively cures Piles or no required. cae.Titusville .
pay .
Not Flowers but a Snake In Her Box.
the Counter Pappenheiin gave to hei It is guaranteed to give perfect. Fla.. July 3rd. 1S90. J.R. PARROTT, Jacksonville. .Ia.G. .
husband as a souvenir of their engagement A novel snake story; is reported to Postal satisfaction, or money refunded. Pries-, i A. A. fcTEWAUT, Cl rk. J ZEHSBAUER: Palatka Fla.

day has never been taken off sincEit Inspector Sharp from Gainesville,, 2-:> cents per box. For sale by Dixon & D. L. GAULDE T. M. DAY,JK.,JacksonvilleFla.

was put on by her fair hands, and the I Ga. A pasteboard. box. marked, _"Flow, I Grey. 10-19. I Solicitor for Complainant. ll-13t Titusville, Fla. June 26th, 1890. 90da.




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TYPE WRITER.I JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA KEY WEST SYSTE3I. I II I Stanley's :


-::., .' III \\.1 SCHEDULE IX EFFECT JUNE 15, 1890,-CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.

Going South, Read Down. STATIONS. Going North Bead rp.i .

jtjOfl will buy the Odell TypeWriter .i
I" I S.i 1 i
\pA\J 9 OOam I'! l5Opm, 7 4Oam'Leave! Jacksonville amII150am'' 5
RIBS WERE EXTRA. and Check Perlorator II arrive : 55Opm! jOpm
BROKEN 1311) I 32Q 1010 Arrive St Augustine Lean! I 1020 i UO 2 HI
I with .. \
73 Characters and SIS : SJO Palath 850 'I: 05
.Aa litefclent of Life lu a Canadian Lumber for the Single Case Odell, warranted I : 715 I ... Ormond I 6 31 I I i a
t 05 I i I. Daytona 'I ; ; 610 I f410prn'U fI It
do
Camp. to better work than any machine ..

When a man gets Eick or meets with made. I t + :::Opc 1 8 lOam+ ,Leave JlCkllOuTilleTrin',' 6 :.oami12 40pmi 1 6 00pm+ }j; I
It combines with 5 4.3 : 112 9 49 .Arrive Green COTe Z9am: 4 51 I j I1tl
an accident in a Canadian lumber camp Simplicity Durability, I I .. priDg Leaves.. 521 ill i
II 704) 20i 110 n i Palatka 4.S '10-&S 4' )
Ea& I II
be seitber expects noV receives anything Spttd. of Operation, wears longer: I 8 U ; 3 09 i 12 O'pmi Seville .. I,3 03 I 9 36 2: t1 1 1t Iart f
like f good nursing. If he is patient the I IBtfI1 without cost of repairs than any other t I 1'13 'I.... DtLant .. I I 1755 .1230't0 I The eoP aalete.tner -tt '
machine. Has ink ribbon to bother : _O 4 I 11.5 Orange City Jnnction 1 43 s 3. 141435 I
no
will do what they can; but if he i .. .. I 110 ,tantey s recent
11110 150 I Sanford i 113 15S -
I
logs a disposition to whine he is notCUnidered I the operator. It is Sent, Substantial, 4 3": It Enterprise !,.: 53 i: I thriilinraben-and ,; 1
tures the
worth extra trouble. At nickel plated, perfect, and adapted to all !! :5 I; I TitnniIIe I !i'S 60 I disclosure of V.3reat j
any w
9 tram t. Orlando 1140I I II '
kinds of type writing.: Like a printing: i .. ,. } I I ? di;corer- '
Gamp B two or three winters ago a man 1000ml 555 I Tampa 713 i 7Oam: will '
( es appear
I i press, it produces sharp, clean, lerible: I i I forthefrsttim3 .
Peters hurt + .w.cmc
named was by a falling tree1idlc
j i manuscripts. Two to ten copies can be i i f : "
hurt. The camp was forty miles !made, at one writing. Any intelligent: 215pm I 200pmI03l'am1 ne PaIatbrriTe I ,103am; 4 05pml! ittenorby READt
331 316 1131 Arrive Inter1at'teu Lean 93 31" htmselt enti-
town or doctor the snow three I
from a I I I1,1)
I j person can become a :good operator in I 3 43 112 llpmj II Hawthorne 8.3 2 4'! iledn Ilirxtat IN ,
feet! de-p. and all they could do was to j!I two days. AVe offer !$1OOO to any 515 I 410 ,1233 I P'ncbfolle i 740 I .=0e I Africa.'" In tworolumesprofusely .
with and I 0- -I10 1 0.i GainentlIe 6 W 135 JULY.
rab tw man whisky put him in operator who can equal the work of the i I I
:30I4! ,112 Orange: Lake 5 5O I 1146 I II illustrated ; price
WI bunk. While no bones were broken, Double Case Odell. 15! 4i 213' ,I.' Ocaa" ::1:1 55 13.75 per rolnine. Sold only by eithscrfptlen d
it ee ned certain that he was internally I Reliable Agents and Salesmen want- I 715 : t 01 .,.. Leeeburq "' ill ()IlamI I Do not be deceived by any of the g -calta 1
I 835 5 3i !j Pemberton 9 fO I II Stanley books now beingoffered a* "gemsne"
isjural and that he could not live beyonda ed. Special inducements to Dealer I I 9 O i 630" Brook ville I i 80 and authenuc." To no one o I these ha

day or two. Business was driving, and For pamphlet giving Indorsements, ''I i 5 35" Eust II'I'I 'i 9 25 I. Stanley contributed a line.
1825'' Tn'af"e J 900 in the field tatinjr orders
to and after address are now I
etc.
there were no men spore, AGENTS I and the work will be published ii
Peters bad been rubbed down the boss Daily; I Daily except Snndav; ; Sunday only. Trims leaving Jacksonville 8.50 a. m. and Palatka July. Applicants should state(experience. Be
ODELL TYPE WRITING CO. ':()tJ Jacksonville
p. m. are dally between and 1 alatka. member that Stanley own book,the onlj
said: Rookery Building, Chicago ID.I CONNECTIONS: At Jacksonville with diverging linf north east and west At Orange City Junctionfor one in which he has a personal interest.will bea.
"Now, Peters you understand how it I Orange City. New Smyrna and Lak Helen. At Jupiter with J .tt L. W. R,.. for Lake Worth. At San on the title page the imprint of
it; you'll probably die. I ford with O B. p.y. for Oakland.: Tarpon: >prirp*. Clearwater and Gulf Coast points, and with S uth Florida -
A. M. Hamilton & Co. By for Winter Park. JlanUnd, etc. At Tampa with Plant t(>&nll'hl" Line for Eej We t, Havana and Charles Scribner'sSons
"Yes. Mobile and for Manatee Paver ports At Punta G .rda with steamers for Key West, Havana. Punta ,
"Probably die within twenty-four TTTUSYILIiE r...u, :-t James CUT and Fort Mj>r*. Pullman Palace Etifft-t sleeping cars on through hit mail train
FLORIDA
dally between New York and Tampa without cLai::e. For information call on or address
boils""Yell. Wholesale Dealers in Apply to J. K. fI.\RTI'i, !
." D. F. JACK General Manager.JACKSOXVIIXE.. G. D. ACKERLY Genl Passenger Agt. Charleston,

44And so, you see, anything extra will Indian River Oysters FLORIDA. South Carolina

be a dead 1oto me." I i- Sole Agent for Sonth Carolina and

"1 see but in case I die you'll havemanners Florida.
FISH I C1yde StearY1 Co.I
enough to knock the men off : ship .

for half a day, won't" you? I also want a t Green Turtle and Game. New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.

good square grave. I TQP '
"But, Peters, we are rushed, and to lo I! All orders will,receive whether prompt by telesrraph and carefu, attention The Magnificent Steam-hip- of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : t' DESKS

that will cost me 50 worth of time." I letter or ptrsou. 17 (tandard Time.)

"How much will you give me not to, I I New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York. m STQ R E EIXTlRES

dieT I CHEAPEST FROM MAKEIIV'll I Pier 29, E. River. STEAMED w ERRYlW CO,

'ni say $35-that i3, if you'll forego a, IY j I Tue.d ty" July 1, at 3 p m ......IROQUOI'.Sunday, July 6, at 7 a m NASHVILLE'TENM -

funeral if you do die." Manly Manfg Co. I Friday, 4, at 3 p m......CHEROKEE,......ThurAlay, 10, at 11 a m -

"That looks fair," said Peters, after a, Tue:day" u 8, at 3 p In...... YEI.\ SEE, ......Sunday, 13, at 1 p m I THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER

little thought, "and I'll do it. Shake." I DAXTOX GEORGIA. Friday, u 11, at 3 p m ...... ElXOLErhuMay, 17, at 5 a mTue.iay

I' u u.__ GATES 15, at 3 p m...... IROQUOIS. .........Sunday, 20, at 6 a m t
They shook and Peters set his teeth RAILINGS, ,
; : 1 Fridiv, 1 S at 3 p m ......CIIEROKEE..Thursday, 24, at 9 a m
hard and determined to live. His only and IRON I' POSTS. CRESTINGSJAILS Tue-
medicines were kerosene oil, whisky I ROOFS, STAIRS Friday, 25, at 3 p m......_IROQUOI>........Thursday, 31, at 3 pIn

vinegar, and his only delicacies fat pork I'I'aDd Tuesday, 21>> >. at o p m..... YEMASssEE, ......Suwlay, \ug3, at 6 a m
bean soup; but in three weeks he Cast Columns,

out and at work. I STEEL
waa Lintels, Sills, etc
"Couldn't you make it $30T asked: the I ST. JOHNS RIVER SERVICE,

boas as he came to settle. I ALL LATEST
"For why?" I SAW MILLS I PROVEMENT ZZZZZT FIJr.

"Because if you had died I should have I BEST IN THE Sanford Enterprise & intermediate points on St. Johns River. .r -

bad to wrap the body in a 3 blanket, TIi:1b E SODTlIVmTT"S ,

and the boys would have insisted on a i i HEW The elegant! iron -ide-wlied teamer, "City r.f JacksonvilleCapt.. W..1. Shaw, i=

drink ail around after the job." appointed: to ail in/m the foot of Laura street, Jack nville, Sundays, Tne-days and

"Couldn't pnesiWy think of it," replied for Pictures ant Thursdays: 3:30 j>. m.
etri U\ firt'a* machine, fa VdtnJrr
A
Peters. "After made the bargain wit t' lAflV I I I Prices or anythin R tnrninpr, leave Sanford Mondays, 'WedneMlavs and Fridays at 9 a. m. nude! tr m \ i*>.i! lat rt.b. ." 'rkmtnIwst

you I found three broken ribs, and I had I Ito j SH I\l I B-* you need in THE G. EGfrE. TriS tans:or. :; BowTin Green, New York; JOIN L. HOWARD, Fla. Frt. Agt,,' and with t<>."l* pier .'"yf-.d' f/ i ........DrtW..rrn.t"'t.
..
foot Laura &t, Jacksonville.. X r.L LIE. Snpl foot Laura St., Jacksonville. t' do all that ran be r.it p.-dfd 1
splICe affil grow 'em extra. -New. METAL, we can send it promptly. of th. cry l>*.f r'rewriter .lUnt. Caj ah> rt writing
York Sen. For Tickets and Pa.- n6er Information, call on IMJ worrt*jr im.nfeabilitr nO'Mftt'arenrdinr to the
mention this paper.P.vT of tb.- .,['..ratnr. FP.ICE. I:00.
Bt sere you F. M IRONMONGER. Jr., FU h". Agent *I' Wet Bay St. Jacksonville. .Vd'-. I'.iri'.11 31'FG.. (0.. +
\Ve Pause for a r..plf. : \\ 31. }'. CLYDE; CO.. Generalffent!*. 1: ionth AV harden., Philadelphia ; ;. IIow- Agenu wartert. PARISH. 5 Y.,1Ht4g01s .
How eau they grow a pCBowkSpla }! tin; Green New York.
tfce midst of a featherbed, I
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dad how can a horsy over a ship I' P. fAV4R1TE
'., On aa lak-stand oo iu bead! MALLORY'S NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINES
\ How can a wheel-borrow aujthtos, ,
does the botter-dj - - -- -- -
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.twa : -
ADd t-
I* re.'I uiiDcd by ph'i..ns feecaue they eee :
Will the gardec-rake t:..e! next fprias i healthy efts,t*all aruncd them.
New York Boston & Florida
We I UM for a reply I A It-adm physician in Jew York and director of Philadelphia, ,,. I
I IOr one of the large h<_si,iUK fay, Feb. -th. 15-. he -
Dot*the apple-sauoe the canra-bact. bAa made ue of the P. P. P s.ct bun. and va 5V-//:,'./ f"'II/ .i f FEJLVA DL A. Fa.. Ern/ THURSDAY {
the currant-jru out load pleased to ay P P. P frond fiicarion in a number -
DMA the radpfaerry-j&m the hasty oaok of cue-. and add.. u i. ro more ttan b* bml! jYEJr YORK, Effry FRIDAY at 3 p. m.
While the peach-preknre*the C1"01FdfA.M baTeantinratwl. from the satisiactory combination IRON STEAMEBSi
what will tfce boraeiess ofsterstewWbsst cf such ..elI-knowudrcp.
diM seas bare aB goee dry A prom inen railway np'nnterdert of"awnuai Rio Grande
The etUBgs eeaoera both me(and) ca- 'name giTMi on application}i Lays Ie was < r.tin",'4 F1NESt'BEST
We)6&Iie bra reply by a dia in legs and arms powerless to walk .r 11 Capt. Connor. WOOOWORK: (ja AiiAet1MNtS
t ReraM.On i eat witfeont aeeistatce having tout the nap of n limbo by rbenmatisni. malaria. dy9p p'>.ia. "tiPhyranan 'r may State Texas '
here te&t him to Jew York an : ,
of 'Em."Yee returned him rand b*was a*nnplf-t-a tn'f"t'* l Cart; Williams. CiUC GO.U.L. 28_ UNIONSQUARE)4Xthi-_ :
said the boarding mi* as <*><> oonl ig luaus I made 11.11 ai1 mall.T' Oity of San Antonio ST.LOJIS.M3. UIaL1A,4:11111.\f: DALLA5.TEX.
sternly, "your comments are out i; f ,
tftM. P. P IJ' kr..tiarr ca j ryurians in the S'nufiri'i ,
of place I made biscuit. eir. fifty yearsago.w I Ij V4n" If.t W' ierTil cnre as tie j gfartlox' : Capt. Wider.Pa.een.ers .
pun of the age.
:
I II
j I : i fam T:t'nvi'i: Indian flyer and East Coast poi t.. arriving in Jaekaonvil> from J., T
"Very likely," was the sinner reply K. \\'. la.w.ay. m lie ....coautu with monucgaad afternoon traiia for Femaadina and steamers as
I!
adding IB aa'agitated undertone to his Blood Poison. 3.d\d"Utd

Bide partner, "and if circumstantial eti- The 415pm. tram fro,o Jacksonville connects witi steamer at Fernllld la.

deoee goes for anything; this specimenI'm Leave New York. STEAMERS. Leave Femandina ,

whetting my teeth on LJ one cf 'em." Primary S*cor-iary blt bes.and rofnli.Tertitry blood=ypbili and ,cerrnnal oil- Friday, Mar 3*',..........................BIO GRANDE,.................._Thurs
:-Pbilad phta times._ rH. pimples poison and akin iJi.*a..e, are eradicated by Friday, June 6........._............STATE OF TEX.\SThuNay. 12 hiAAK
the u.of 1'. P p. H.*t* of crtiicat are in Friday, 13................_......... RIO GR.DE..Thursbv., 19''i

BEDROCK WtSDOM. rdee to bw, tile corps in..,these. d> eaea where all Fridao,...........:...........STATE OF TEXAS,...............Thurvdaj, 20 i
i other me ii.tn'a hayf ti Friday, 27,..................... .....RIO GR.\SDE..Thurslav, July 3J\ r *r'31 XEW YORK CmMr

Every oae & the son of his own works. i! Friday, July 4,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,..............Thurslay, 10 j I !! .(,a LAX-f H .*Eawkc rff..t.1 a--firer'cn-Fir.tin: "Icir*sf.-e,1ATEtErr. ltd am

No man is a free mart who baa a vice i Rheumatismrv Friday, 11,....-............. ........RIO GR1SUE.ThUr'41ay, 17 very ciacu Kratir.d at t:".. ...1 d..r:1:1 ci-abf tat

for bii ii master. Friday, 18,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,...............Thursday, :!4 ha come over m J e;'"J
--- Friday, u 25,..........................RIO GRANDE., ................. Thursla31, my otd glasses, atd am nf'.w mearrrp yenta.ALeia
beyond our incomes Dill \GSLSecretary
To in living
peraat ,. gout, srtaac and its itodred elL.a For Geceral: inioriaaaon apply to t&ti"I1f'' Eid ot Trade. '
is to live a life of d xmestj. ', .. whit 1'1..rtl..atlnz lame are cured by the J. 1L cmxii. &>n. Pass Aaent TT Wet Bay Street Jackwnville Fla. AH fitted at the Imi Stons ,jfGBAY
k natural to refined na- : .nd-rfn- bl d dYanlut properties of P. P. P. ti M. HUB BY. Agent. foot of Centre street Fernandina Fla. I 23 Dn( :-i t TrrCsVUJLE, )LA
Politeaesa aa Pncsl- A nCatarrh. Poke llcot aid IbtassfxD.l C. H. MALLORY &. CO., General Agents Pier 20, E. R., H. Y.
flowers.
bIn: as perfume is to I

:Affectations in any part of our carriage Egyptian Qee:1--PJpley, Black &Whie :tit;ctier-fancy Pine Slips&--Suckers. !

light upa candle to our defects of notice,and either never I X+iliait'" Imprornlnnfl H'fmiri'." StfcHhfj.. S4//> per 10(10. Order mrbj. .4

fail to make ea objecta Several Brands of FERTILIZERS -peciaiiy adapted to our soil and climate. ,:.
fid wanting sense or siacerity. I ecrcfnlous taint P.P.P piiti the old l
Orynnaten in INDIAN RIVER BIU D. manufacture i by an firm the Davidge Fertilizer Co.
The condition of the world would be I blood and thin prevents UPP1r.\S cstarrb.BBO'. Send for Circular. Al-o Bone Meal Cotton Seed )Leal. etc.. and JlapEsand FINE SHOW GASES.

improvfe.1: if men were to think less of the Sol ro;- ttor>> cf. P. P. PLsppcian Ua"idze':, Fertilizi'r. A fall line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue. .c?Ask for catalogue.
Ga. "
dishonor at submitting to wrong and 1 a Block.S nnah JOHN B. UEACH, Indian River Nurseries, 3Ielbonrne, Fla. TERRY M'F'G CO..NASHVILLE.TEHN.

more of the dishonor of doing it. I

It eaaaot be too deeply impressed on i "The Gladstone"Cae >

the mind that application is the price to : <. ';: FINE SHOW CASES
.
be paid for mental acquisitions, and that : LAMP ; : > .
ft id a* absurd to expect them without it I -_ I" '_ t tamp tl tie mrM. I 4.s -= ::/ -Loo:: -= :? ::z3- e tI
a* to hope for a harvest where we haveact 1.c ro..pnre.eoft.brtlli, I '
jvvhtte-a! t.'Sc.ata / Asr Wall and Prescription cases, Cedar
the seed.It r"see, f'l. r.a..tbn.r.er
sown t+aa SLiI it;ssCer tiua I Chests, Barber Furniture Jewelry Trays
is not the people who shine in society electric L:iSeteertnl -etibercntlerfi.laai ncra and Stools. Cabinet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and

bat the people who brighten tip the C d. Sd7'N.7ow uaa igLtrui& t Banks. Catalogue free. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta, Ga.

hack parlor not the people who are .... mp.' ,.oS,, !. ..
; a-"- _:"__-_-
.... t $
64
charming when they are out, but the I It A U""' iTleei tiever?., I X. L M A.ZS'-'S 1 Schooner, )LL TEE, -
are A
when they
people who are charming 1 s.ee trr"-:, never (
'1 in, that are good to live with. siro.tes=seye.neve nor ?'breaks e'1. NEWSPAPER SUBSCPJPnOH AGENCY i J. W. ZELLERS, 3Iaster. I HOVI'S-YOURFENCE ? ,

ri He who does the best he can is always I i e, cl::?t.e.to c&Ci;."sibiB w?tleterf cf tis TIlE PIOXEER ACEXCY. I' This 2b-ton Yacht can be chartered E We fare Use CHEAPEST Sad Bed

improving. ffia best of yesterday ia outdone 't tame.go a.neIaxe Cf I address'| for all points up and down the river, on WOVEN WIRE FENCINC
today,and his best of today will be. e J any net knd.explode.and can-And I For terms and sample copies i j the coast or to the Bahama z3 i Wire Ropo Selvage.

ontdrjoe tomorrow. It is this steady t- t.rs whltebg1l..10t it gt.a a e.'etr 20. CHAS.H. NAL 3IA>. Commodious. safe.and good accommoTitu'ille .g

p pfogreae, no matter from what point it. s tmcSaile.Jt bnlUnc7 Aon.H I P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. I dations. Further particulars address / tH
r d CII C t
iUrt,. that forma the chief element ofan .. 1 ,rpl rFLtisrel l.De.aBeaM. I TITUSTHXE, FL t
Jdel. God cr
I greatness and goodness.Without Ana T*erocze. 113.7worth I I XOTICEla
l
lore life is scarcely ;; The Gladstone Extension Study Lamp''I i hereby ;given that six months after A. PROS CHER,

lam with it the worst blows of fortune t for rTer; nnen. Editors Students,and Teachers other,: I the first publication of this notice I will TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA.
i and harm- professors. Lawyers, FhysicUns final accounts and apply to
fan comparatively timed present my wooden
professional men.t3t111a3 Keeps fall supply metallic and
and be- the County Judge of Dade County for I
are
las, So long *A we lore : The Gladstone Banquet Lamp

I laved, we can bear the whipa and The Gladstone Piano Lam ps. my final discharge a. administrator of Coffins Cases and Caskets LXGH3 HIGH ATM COTS:: P3'It t B.
When lovef.aRt t. list. intle lamps 2.t tcMIe the estate of August Hars, late of Dade ,
with stoical equanimity. 5end for price i Lava. G&rdec.Footer and Stoe rem aIu
taken' from us, ,ooxedLnt.t &enuately by.e County, Florida, deceased. Funerals attended if desired. All orders trr zM 1 dtu.Gates toonLSdx.Prices 1 r*.$Jd.Q.a.veV
.
us, or the beloved la "Stang if Gelaet w1 t I'retztal Pa2A4.. tone tfr'rrsl.rL
defense,, :;7-Get oar prtces. HETSEICH HAYS, promptly executed and at reasonable rates. 'aYS.sttustiYfLwrszrtutsce..cettw: : r11.I ..
then are our armor cf pride,car CLADSTOTE LJLJIP CO., March 20 1S O. Administrator. Embalming done. ....,.-.:;...suc.u..L sod chi.TwY =w... {
and our lafegnard gcoeiContreal Star : 71 Park: Plaee, Kew T.rk:., I t





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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1890.




MELBOURNE OF THE PAST MENTION.NEWS WEEK IN THAT. house.two The loads Smith They of boys are lumber hustlers.A arrived for.last Mr.week Branch's with I ROYAI Pants Pants Trousers !I'Yc r k=


VICINITY rumor reached :Melbourne Sunday p RQ1lAlloo.9.InY .
night that the Bessie B., from Jackson- (/

Placed In Pointed Paragraphs for the Read- ville to Lake Worth, was wrecked oppo- propose_ to make PANTS and SHOES the Two Leading Featuresat

er'i Perusal. site Sebastian and four men drowned.We .

bhowers. are sorry to hear that the Melbourne 9 M

& Atlantic R. R. Co., at the last
Plenty of rain. moment countermanded their order forsixtfive "THE BAZAAR"For

Trees and crops: as well as weeds grow- thousand pine slips, a majorityof

ing rapidly. the stock holders thinking best to wait AKI$6
Very few mosquitoes in market con- till another season. It is a pity all have the future. Though we will continue to lead in LOW PRICES IN

sidering the rains we have had. not visited the spot and like :Mr. Ryck- EVERYTHING in Dry Good, Notions and Clothing. We have

Pineapples are still plenty in the stores man, seen the advantages and require- POWDER about 400 pair Pants in process of Manufacture, which will

though shipments have fallen off some- ments of the place. A large field of be in stock about the 21st. Everyone is cordially

what from the lower river. pineapples would be a great attractionto Absolutely Pure.A invited to call and examine them.

Mr. Lewis Lockwood took in the races strangers, and a good hotel is neededfor cream of tartar baking powder. Highest -
their accommodation. The pines of all in leavening strength.--U.S'.
at. Titusville on the Fourth, returningon J. P. TUR.I\JER.. d CO.
Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Saturday's steamer.A would be a good investment any way.
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We know of one gentleman on Merritts -------- ---
large party of colored people went GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM
Island, who last year netted $400 on less T. D. GIBBENS ,
up to Cocoa to spend the Fourth, returning Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law.
than one-quarter of an acre of Egyptian
Saturday.Mr. Richards MANUFACTURERS' AGENT .:a.OBBINS c3 fT?. A.nrr: .A.M,
Queens; and this season Capt.
L. B. Dawson, of Narrows, was in REAL ESTATE DEALERS
has made $1,350 on two acres of his large ,
town over Sunday. We are sorry to plantation which will probably be further JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ALL KIXUN O}' PllOPUKTY UOUUHT, SOLD KXfHAXULD..

hear that he has been somewhat indisposed increased by the late blooming fruit of Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufac- :Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
troubled with severe cold and turers' Prices,
which, owing to the extremely dry winter P. O. Box, 25O,
throat difficulty.The and spring, there is an unusually large Lard Canned I Meats Flour
Elinor returned Saturday night amount which late will bring TITUSVILLE, BItEr.i\.llD CO., FLOI ID.l\.
coming GRITS AND MEAL. We Buy and Sell all l kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list of
Messrs. Fee & Xesbitt have
from Eden. fancy prices. carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
drilled to a depth of 135 feet on a well Masters Alec Goode, Willie Ely and Correspondence Solicited. llELiABL.1 Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property -
for G. L. Lucas. Mr. Frank Fee goes on Indian Hi ver.
Howell Smith, concluded to have a turtle Our facilities for the transaction of a general Heal Estate business are unc-qualltd
down Monday to finish the well. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.
hunt instead of attending the races; so on and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who
Mr. K. W. Andrews is improving the Wednesday they started with their outfit may favor us with their patronage.No .
Carleton House grounds by planting Melbourne Beach. Being kindly Titusvillc, Florida. Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-
choice shrubs and plants, and is extend- allowed the use of the sitting room to Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.

ing the lawn of Augustine grass all along the bath house for shelter proceeded Authorized Capital, $100,000
I they ---- --- --- -- ---------
the bluff in front of the grove. Ito have as much sport as possible. On Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A GEORGE M. ROBBINS, Pr'sident..LTEH S. GIl 11I.1M. Secretary.

Saturday night witnessed a display of iVeduesday they assisted to launch Mr. GENERAL BANKING SACTED.BUSINESS TRAN- B1"O-Varc1. .b tract of Titlo Co.,

fire-works on the river bluff near the Henry's boat, the Beebe, in the Ocean Incorporated A. D. 1889.C.lIT.L .
JAMES PiirrciiAUu. President,
Carleton and the Idlewild cottage. Triangles Mr. Henry and Mr. King proposing to "W. IJ. BAKXKTT, Vice-. resident, STOCK, sr:),<)<)() ; FULLY PAID ; IVOAASSESSABLE.Charges .
and Roman candles of varied take a cruise towards Canaveral in the W.M. M. Uuowx Cashier.
for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each ad-
colors, colored fires, etc., lighted up the little craft which is not over 12 feet long Directors: James Pritchard. B. Bar- dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz.,3.00 I
palms with weird beauty. but a staunch, sea-worthy boat, carryinga nett, J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and for the first additional and oOc. for each succeeding transfer. I

The schooners Queen and Valkyria sprit sail. Wednesday night they \v. M. Brown. Taxes Paid for Xoii-Rcsidciits.

start this week for Elliot's Key for pine secured some turtle eggbut no bird. Every favor consistent with Conservative lam' For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
slips. Capt. Roy McFadden, who is in Thursday they were 0\er for more supplies annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
BanUnz extended! Sale: 12
having "vowed a vow" not to eat
command has orders for one hundred ;
Box 2SO Titusville Fla.
and sixty thousand slips, fifty thousand away from camp, they refused the invitations Correspondents : Seaboard Xat'l Bank,of ,
New York Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville.
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for Merritts Inland, mostly at Tropic, a I to dinner and returned to their
large order for Jupiter,eighteen thousandfor turtle-egg omelet and sea bass caught in -VOU1R CE.AN"CE t

Mr.John Henry,of Melbourne Beach, the surf. On Thursday night they se- JACKSONVILLE MARBLE 00, We begin: this week and will Slash Prices and convert Goods into Qash. We
and tee balance on orders of from one to cured three nests of eggs averaging about intend making improvements in our place and

eight thousand for various points along 125 each, and turned a big turtle weighing :Dealers inMonuments MUST REDUCE STOCK:'

the river. over COO pounds. They brought ,
home part of the eggs and meat. We C3J Headstone, This Sale cannot fail to interest anyone who should wish anything in our line.
The Fourth passed very quietly here. tried of the steak and found it first \ViII.
some Entire
For the Next Offer Our Stock
One gentleman fired off a good numberof Iron Fencing;:, Thirty DaysYe I
rate, tender and sweet. Owing to the m 3
packs of fire crackers another Z Lawn I'unilttiro
;
young
unusually long continued west wind the ,w (2 AT COST !
man was observed exhibiting his skill on Marble,
ocean was very smooth, there being no L 5
a tricycle; these were the only indications = :55 Call and be Convinced that We are Offering Genuine
surf, and tides also very low. Mosquitoes Granite. Slate,
that := A Bargains.GOLDSMITH.
we saw any one thought of
coming through the slatted floor of the c..Q Onyx.
celebrating this day. Capt. Hector had
bath house "" BROS.
them
annoyed greatly. They
Building Stone,
C
his
large flag flying from the flag-staff on
propose to try again this week. .!:: Wire Fencing,
his store; Mayor Andrews followed suit 3
Slate Mantels
with a flag displayed on the observatoryof E. L. BR.A.DYGroceries -
Iron Mantels.
the Carleton. LAKE WORTH. ,

Another cutting the '1T' Grates. Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
scrape among Rain at last but not too much. A
colored ): I I ,
population on Sunday night, n "" "
one Reuben Shelter being cut by John Owing to rain there was no Sunday -: .....-:...r :-t: >- ,J:1: I I -- .">>0<;. ><' I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and
school:; or church services on the 29th. ... ..... ... J y Fancy
Adams. Adams had been filling up on ....t. > I ,." '
tanglefoot it is: said and tried to cut at Commodore E. M. Brelsford has goneto ...:;;;. ......k-,.. .-.-.... >-. ,1.1 J J 1 rso. ;.; Groceries, Fruit and Food ProductsOf

least one other Shelter join his wife in the northern part of .. ....,.... :.-. ......>_-...... I I
person ; conve- IT) } } >c .
,, all kinds. Also Stock of
r my
the state. T T 1 T
niently passing at the time was attacked '1'Il "- ..:)I:

and badly cut on the head and arms. The Bessie B. arrived from Jackson- And all kind of Tilinr Hearths, Wire Mats, and Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Food & Wheat
Shelter is said to be a remarkably quiet ville with a full cargo, unloaded and in fact. any'thing made of Wire, Iron,or any kind of
StoneS I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of
fellow words started back again on the 23rd. Mid for Catalogue, at the same time stating the
never having with
any
any ityle of goods you are in need of as we Ime differ- Goods. I buy close; and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
person. Pop Skull was to blame. Adamswas Capt. E. N Dimick, wife, Miss Belle, "lit Catalogues in the different,branches of our 25 your patronage.: Very truly,

arrested and bound over to the little Frank and cousin Rena, left on the bu.i7I.25 Laura Street, Jacksonville. E. I,. BRADY.
County Court. 28th to spend a few weeks in the Caro- --
..
Squire Ely had the pleasure of uniting linas. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.

another couple last Thursday; the happy Capt. G. W. Hunt has gone to Key STILI Gr efi T.A.YLOR.
candidates this time being Arthur C. West with the Deerhound accompanied .,

Ford, of Sebastian and Miss :Mattie L. by E. II. Dimick, clerk of the Cocoanut Cocoa, Indian River, Florida.
Henderson, from the Hunter settlement. Grove House. They expect to be back

On their way in they were caught in a I in about two weeks: and will probably DEALERS INPaints

pouring rain, which however did not bring along a diamond pin for Gene'suse .

dampen their enthusiasm. The ceremony this coming winter as this was the

perfprmed, the happy pair retiredto principal object of their trip. Hardware Stoves Tinware

their hotel, remaining till the follow Some of our citizens who went visitingup ,
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ing day to see the sights of our Metropolis in Georgia say the weather is so hot ,

Mr. Ford was formerly a resident of At up there and so much sickness around AND AGATEWARE.Plumbers' .
lanta, Ga., and Miss Henderson formerly. that they will come back home sooner

of Orange county in this state. We than they expected. Just think of coming
hope that their wedded life will be a s into the Florida swamps in midsum. and Mill TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY,

pleasant as the sky after the storm or I mer for health and coolness-and this i is
Supplies,
the day of their arrh'al,"and prosperousas 5 no "tenderfoot" experiment, but done BARBED WIRE

, they could wish. by residents who know what they are i Oils, Glass and Putty, ,

One of the colored citizens conceiving coming to. WIRE NETTING

with the aid of a bottle of P. P. P. or S. Doors Sash Blinds ,

S. S. that he had a grievance to correct, Brevard Co. mot= and WIRE CLOTH
proceeded to speak his views in a rather I

profane remonstrated and vehement with by Wright manner.Brothersfor Being 'STATE BANK BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, Guns: ,

his disturbing the neighborhood, he
AMMUNITION
turned SHINGLES and LATH. N' ,
on Wright emphasizing his remarks COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED .
with a butcher knife about sixteen FISHING TACKLE.CSrOOdS .

inches long. No one was hurt though 1889.
Ship Cha.-n..d1ery:
several were badly scared. A warrantwas CAPITAL: ,
sworn out for the party who was Paid Up, 82dOOOutllorized, Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for \v-\lls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com

arrested and taken before Squire Ely $100,000.ACCOUNTS pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. o, .

who, after hearing the evidence bound SOLICITED Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Cofiins and Caskets.ARTESIAN .
the prisoner over to the next term of the Money to Loan at Lowest Rates.
County Court in the sum of ;200 bail. WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.

John has generally been regarded as a. ALBERT TAYLOR DIRECTORS, President.: Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and

quiet hard working fellow and his little JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President estimates furnished promptly. .
circus was quite a surprise 'to all who 11. B. HOLMES Cashier. -
knew him. J. M. Sander J. F. AVooten. STILING & TAYLOR.
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