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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 17, 1890
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. xr. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1890. NO. 13.



LOCAL LACONICS.THE -A baby-boy was born Tuesday morn- -No one bores better or cheaper artes CAPTAIN WATSON GIVES A FEW FACTS of the River to the other. Claims outstanding -

ing to Mr. and Mrs Ed. DeCourcey.Ned ian wells than F. P. Hall, of Georgiana. ABOUT STEAMBOAT BUSINESS: and unpaid from two months ,

HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. now has a pair of boys. Write !him for prices. to two years old; pay rolls of steamers,
Our Editorial Gi\es Him a Chance to Kxplain.
Wanted. Ten good hands to work -There will be'service at the Methodist wood bills, grocery bills, board bills, ice

Current Events of Our Town and Suburbs by the month. Good wages. Apply at church next Sunday by Rev. Mr. Editor Florida Star: bills, market bills, even to the washingbills

Briefly Kpitoinized. once to y. H..Ray. Penny, of Leesburg, who officiates this all unpaid for months. These are
I notice editorial in last issue
Catholic services at Masonic Hall Money Money Money to occasion as Rev. Mr. Jones is absent.Dr. which if an your mislead, acts well known to all who had any
not explained might
on Sunday next. Mass and sermon at loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & M. D. L. Dodson returned from who dealings with the steamers and cannot
10 m. standard time. some persons are not acquainted be successfully denied. I ask candid k
a. Graham Titusville Fla. a
his
trip to Jupiter last Saturday night with facts in the alleged controversy between -
-Mr. U.I.. Bennett, of DeLeon -Rev. J. N. Jones started for South after an absence of just six days. He the agents of the so called East comparison between then and now as to

Springs, one of the oldest citizens of Carolina last Friday morning, on a visitto had considerable dental work to attendto Coast Transportation Company and the the manner the business is conducted.I .
do that
not Paddison
Volusia county, was in town last Fri- relatives whom he has not seen for at Jupiter for which he made this Indian River Steamboat Company. say Capt. was
altogether to blame for this, but I do
day. four special trip.
years. In the first place there is no controversy say that while telling the people what, a
-Mr. J. B. Towns, formerly conductor :Mr. L. : -Mr. F. IT. had most unusually -
C. Oliver started, Monday Boye a between us. I as Superintendentof gold mine he made of it, and criticising '

on the Indian River division, now run- morning, for a trip to Waycross, Ga., pleasant smile on his countenanceone the Steamboat Company simply do the actions of the present management,

ning on the Orange Belt Railway, was in and other points in the Empire State of day this week and when we ques- not wish to do business for opposition that he should also tell what a legacy of

town last Friday. the South, expecting to be absent several tioned him about it he said because he lines without pay and without price. debts and bad feeling he left behind him

-The sloop Atlanta is hauled out this days. had another baby arrive at his house I know that the Good Book says : "love for his successor to pay. With. no accounts -

week at Simonson's and overhauled and -Mr. S. F. Gibbs, Melbourne: left last week. ) your enemies, do good to those who< hate and no records from which anything -

repainted. When launched she will be here for Jacksonville, Saturday, on his -Mr. Trevor Spencer, civil engineerof and despitefully use you," and I have like a statement of the affairs of

fitted with a new suit of sails. way to Chatauqua, N. Y., where he will the East Coast Company, arrived in tried honestly to do so, but "fle .h is weak" the company could be made it is wonderful -

Un-gah ; east-ta-had-ka take heap spend a few months with his wife and town on the Denny Tuesday evening. and getting weaker every day. Patiencetoo indeed how he made up his balance

Indians picture. Photographs taken at family. We hear he is the happy fatherof He left here again yesterday for his has ceased to !such an extent to be a sheet showing a profit while under his

"Green Corn Dance" of Seminole Indians. twins-a bouncing! boy and girl. home in St. Augustine. Examinationof virtue that I have concluded to call a administration.

Address, S. Shear, I. R. P., Cocoa, Fla. I -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton and the dredge-work was one of the objectsof halt, and ask in all seriousness if the I could, Mr. Editor, say much more

his trip down the river. people really believe one-half the yarns and perhaps at future time
some
-Mr. McVeigh and wife moved to child, who have been staying at their I may

JacksonvjJIe last Thursday morning. place at Heath for a week or so, returned I -Superintendent '11'. B. Watson left that have been told by a few designingmen give; you a few dots about transportation
here for where he to induce them to invest in a line, business this River which will
yesterday, Jupiter on
Mr. McVeigh has been in the employ of to town Sunday. They started off prove
again Tuesday for Morristown has gone to see to the erection of a ware- the originators of which are careful to interesting to your readers. I do not
the Southern Express Co., on the trains morning, "
N. J. but Mr. Morton house and shed for the Indian River invest nothing except 'time, which, wish to enter into a newspaper controversy
running to this place. expects to return
about the 3rd of August.Mr. Steamboat Company. By-the-way, the with those who have nothing to do, we : but I will at all times be ready to

-Mr. L. D. Lockwood, one of 1\Iel- Captain has purchased six acres of landat all know is cheap, nearly as cheap as notice and answer communications from

bourne's prominent merchants, has been S. II. Ray lias purchased the "talk."
Jupiter, on which he intends growing men honorable enough to sign their

spending a couple of days in town tin house and lot owned and occupied by pineapples of superior quality for the The Indian River Steamboat Companyown names and who will not hide behind

week. We understand the Lockwood Col. M. Grover, just north of Episcopal use of himself and friends. the Railroad dock at Titusville. anonymous assertions they are too

Bros. intend dissolving partnership.Mr. church. Col. and Mrs. Grover expectto -Mrs. R. C. Scrimgeour was in great They also own docks at several other cowardly to father, all such I will treat

E.1.. Moore leaves Titusville leave here, Saturday, for Wisconsin.Mr. distress Sunday morning through the places on the River. Now by what with the contempt they deserve.W. .

week his Ray will erect a new residence on of 'it be made B. 'v ATSO .
next having resigned position loss of her two sweet singing canaries. process reasoning can to

with the Railroad Company. We regret the lot in the Fall. They were in their cage, hanging ousideon appear right and proper that a line run-

, to part witll Mr. Moore and his ,estimable -The Georgiana, in command of Capt. the wall, when a large chicken snake ning or claiming to run in opposition to CEORCIANA.Olin .

young wife ; but of course business Mercier, took the place of the steamerSt. managed to reach them, swallowing one the interests of the I. R. S. B. Co., shouldbe +

elsewhere forces him to leave us. Augustine, Monday morning, on the entirely, and about putting the other allowed to use their property "free of Hiscock and family are visiting t
friends
hereabout.
run between Titus'itle'and Melbourne.The one out of sight before the reptile was charge," or reap the benefit of traffic ar- i
It.
-Mr. R. Reid, of Chicago, arrived -
steamer St. Augustine is undergoinga discovered and killed.A rangements that may have been made Pleasant days and nights with an occasional -
here Saturday evening and left
of small insects.
thorough overhaul, but will be in commission change went into effect on the with connecting lines, extending as they humming
again on Monday's steamer for a trip to
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hall will
R.
do all over the United Stat,8.Do soon occupy -
next week.
again rail road schedule Tuesday morning.The .
various places down the river as far as their Hall
new cottage on avenue.
Lake Worth. If possible he will also -Mr. J. A. Durst arrived in town on train now leaves at 9 o'clock insteadof you think that the representationthe Joe what will do with
you your cottage
Steamer line has secured in the
visit Key rest, and go to Tampa by way Sunday morning from Lake Worth, G a. m. This change was made necess-' freight then 1'Ve

of the Gulfjfoast.Hev. where he had been collecting all his welldriving ary on account of the taking off of two and passenger departments of all these
to to trains on the main line-one leaving lines, whereby the shippers on this River regret to state that Father Blackis
-: B. F. Brown delivered his last paraphernalia together ship : receive the benefits of through rates suffering intensely and growing weaker
the Gulf coast in which section he in- Sanford formerly at 7:55 a. m., and the ,
sermon, until after his summer vacation, other which does not affect the Indian was obtained without cost? Thousands every day. His son, Dr. John Black,
tends operating. The Mary B., of Lake ,
at, the Episcopal church, Sunday eve- of dollars have been spent in advertising, has: returned to Indiana.
Worth was chartered to all his River Division, being the 4:10 p. m.
convey
. ning. This is the first rest he has had train from Jacksonville to Sanford. tickets, rate-sheets, etc., in order to ob- While drilling a well at Bonnie Brae,
to Jacksonville and Mr.
,J from ministerial work for three years, belongings Passengers now leaving on the 9 o'clock tain these benefits, and thousands are Mr. Baldwin struck the hardest rock he
Durst left here on Monday morning'strain train arrive in Jacksonville at 6
. and on his return about the first o -October p. m. being spent in order to retain them. has yet encountered. Frank White says
for the above place to meet the
he will make Titusville his home. Have we not built and rented docks at .lie is not afraid of his place sinking with
above schooner. His many friends in EAU CALLIE.
numerous places on this River, and do such a foundation.The .
-Mr. J. Bower returned from
Brady town were wishing him a hearty farewell

his Georgia trip last Friday, having been Sunday. Engineer Geo. Houston is home againfor we not pay agents to attend them? exercises on children's day (whichwas

delayed on his return by the smash-up a short holiday.Mr. Now i is it right or just that this so postponed until July 6th) passed off

of a watermelon train on the S. F. & W. I -Capt. R. P. Paddi on started north W. J. Nesbitt spent last Sabbath called East Coast Transportation Company well. A good congregation was in at-

Railway. He only regrets that he can't Monday morning, to be absent about six with friends at Eau Gallic. or rather its agents, should use tendance. The infant son of Mr. and

weeks, and informed us that he expected Miss Alice Nicholson returned to her docks for receive the and
Munson
get away. for a few weeks himself this our nothing, or Mrs. F. W. was baptised,
to bring with him on his return the home-Brookside-on Saturday last. benefits of traffic that has
Stan-
summer, as the office of postmaster at a arrangement will be known among us as Guy
him at home. steamer Sweeney, recently purchased by :Mr. R. P. Blatch has secured a fine cost so much and still costs so much to
Coquina keeps flow of water from his new artesian dish.The
the East Coast Transportation Companyfor
retain, without paying for it? I do not Fourth I the glorious Fourth! was
-Excursion to the ocean beach, by the Indian River route. Anticipatingsome well.Mrs.
think fair minded will
Treutler returns thanks to her any man say so. celebrated here in spite of the rain which
will
way of the Haulover. Steamer correspondence in regard himself! You "a will be made whichit
many friends for their kindness to her say case by came in torrents for a while. The pros-
leave the railway wharf at six o'clock,; in view of the recent "tempest," he requested during her late illness. will be determined if a competing line pect for our ice cream festival was not

sharp on Sunday morning next, the 20th the STAR to refrain from publishing The Rev Mr. Hi-cock, of Georgiana, can do business: on this River." If a encouraging, but by dark the resi-

inst. Bring your lunch baskets and anything reflecting on himself; conducted the morning service in the competing line wishes to do business on dence of F. C. Allen was well filled withan

iathing suits, and spend an enjoyable but this is entirely too much to expect Eau Gallic Baptist church on Sunday this River, let it come-but let it comeas The table
expectant throng. dining
day near Grand Old Ocean. Under the from a newspaper when such articles are last.Mrs.. Treutler who has been quite ill, a line of transportation, not as an ob- was loaded with many good things whichwe
,
management of Mr. Frank Villeret. supported over the writer's name-hence is again about as usual. The hotel ject of charity, begging in the first place need not name. All eyes wandered

we are not responsible for the views o f and in the second toward the piazza where ice cream was disappearing -
-Capt. Mercier had a narrow escape grounds are looking their best since the trying to force a recog- in short'time
correspondents. believe in the rule rains. nition which by its own or meritit an astonishingly
from snake bite .the other evening. power and the cry was, more, more. 3Ir.Allen
While walking along the railway wharf that the public press should never be :Miss Jessie i Bassett is still quite indisposed can never obtain. If it wishes! the use had a pretty display of fireworks, which
Give both sides of the questionfair and is staying at :Mr. B. J. Stew- all. Then music
his the steamer he stepped pagged. of our docks and improvements that has were enjoyed by came
to ,
on way art's residence at Bovine. Her mother is
five feet play and "let the best man win." cost thousands of dollars to erect, let and the good nights were. exchanged.
upon a water moccasin about also with her. Fifty-five were present, of whom nineteenwere
long which immediately commenced to -The schooner Manatee, Capt. Zellers, Rev. S. F. Gove will hold service and them walk up like men and pay for the under seven years of age. Most of

coil around his leg ; but the Captain, arrived here the first part of the week] also administer the rite of Baptism to privilege, or if this does not suit them our young people went to the lighthouseto

equal to the emergency, and with light from the mouth of the :t. Lucie rh'erwhere several new members who are about to then why don't they put their hands in celebrate, so all was quiet and peace
himself from join the church, on Sunday, the 27th their pockets and build docks of their able. The proceeds, about eight dollars,
extricated the Captain succeeded in catchingtwo
ning rapidity instant. will be used to purchase screens for our
the embrace of the venomous reptile before manatees, or sea-cows, on Tuesday, Captains Cecil and Brainerd, of :Mala own. The River is free to them as it is church.

it could strike. The snake then of last week, the 8th inst. Both of the I bar, were in our town on Saturday last, to us, and we have no desire to keep Onto Kmt.'r.

clipped down into the river. Captain animals are females, the larger one measuring -' purchasing their supplies. We are them from it, in fact would rather see

Mercier says' it gave him the greatest eight and a half feet in length, I pleased to see our neighboring citizens them here: than not, provided they pay NOTICE.In .
at all times.
fright he has ever had in Titusville. weighs 650 pounds ; the other is eight The excursionists from Tropic, on Sat their own expenses and not call on us to Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Cir-

colored arraigned feet and weighs fifty pounds less. The urday last, regaled themselves with ice do it for them. When it comes, if come cuit of the State of Florida, Brnard
There were four persons it does the people will have an A. D. 1890. In
Wilson, manatee is a warm-blooded mammal-an cream, etc., while awaiting the return oppor- county, Chancery
before his honor, Mayor arrested animal that suckles its young and is across trip of the steamer Kathleen. These tunity to compare the manner in which LEWIS D. CKWOOD, |IiilltodissolveIt

Monday morning, who were between a whale and a seal. It I trips have become very popular with our service is performed, and can then arrive \8 LOCw00D.I'artnership..
of Andrew \'ANonDEa
-
evening on .complaint citizens.Mr. .
Saturday at a more intelligent decision as to the
food
number three lives on vegetable entirely refusing and his appearing from the Bill filed in this
Gibson. Of this John McAllister men returned -
merits of each. Besides if the
the flesh of all kinds. Captain Zellers caughtthe from Brantley on Saturday las competingline cause that the Respondent, Van Xorden
in gambling
;
men were engaged arrested fl r one at the Sub-Tropical Expositionin and resumed work on Monday, havingmet should be only moderately success- Lockwood, was formerly a resident of Melbourne -

other person; woman was Jacksonville which has been in with quicksand, which necessitate ful, it would enable us to cut down Brevard county, Florida, but that
cap-
drunk and disorderly. Two negroes -J Eau Gallic for his present place of abode is to Complainant -
being their return to more by running only such steamers
and Pinkie- tivity about two years and a half. lIe expenses unnknown, and that the said Respondent -
named Will Beasley machinery. I
would be to the mails
as necessary carry is
has also one in St. Augustine, captivefor over twenty-one years:
Fisher, were among the crowd of gam- 1 follow- Mr. Frank Turner has been laid up fora and the small amount of business left It is therefore ordered that the said
lIe
blers, but slipped out while the others six months. says anyone few days, but we were pleased tQ see I for us to do by this to be (with the aid Respondent, do plead, answer or demur to
of this
,; arrested. The Mayor pronounced ing his instructions in the care he was about again on Saturday last, lof East Complainant' said Bill of Complaint, on
were Wideinan, 30 I animal need have no trouble to keep looking thinner, but feelingas u ual. It is snap judgment ordinances) or before the 18th day of August, A. D.
sentence as follows: Louis I He starts to-day with his schoonerup rumored Frank does not think "bachelor- j Coast Transportation Company. 1890, or the said Bill will be taken as con-

days in jail or fine $20; Jno. Anderson, ; them. Atlantic coast for the different dom" quite what it is thought to be j We have not found it profitable to run fessed. It is further ordered that a copy
$20 Simon Hardywas I the during a sick turn. hereof be published once a week for four
also 30 days in jailor ; this River with all the
steamers: on even
Mattie In- sumner watering places, such HS Cape consecutive weeks in the FLORIDA STAR, anewsiaper
held for consideration. : Atlantic City, Long Bram-h and I Captain Roy McFadden was in town advantages that through rates and connections published in said county.

f: gram, the woman, was fined $5 or in default May, until the Saturday last, provisioning the schooner give us although I understand Witness the Honorable John [Brooroe,
exhibit
five days in jail. The Mayor is Saratoga, where he will Queen for a six week trip to the Keys. Pad ison he made it so. Prob- Judge of said Court, as well as A. A.
the punishment season is over, then return south, ex- There will be no danger of shortage of Capt. says Stewart, clerk of said Court, and the seal
very prompt.in meting out pecting to get back here about the first eatables on Capt. Royjs vessel, judgingby : ably if the debts of his administration of of said Court, at the Court House in Titns-

to all offenders,and in this receives December. Mr. Sherman Singletonwill the way things were stowed on board affairs had been paid from; his earnings ville, this the 14th day of July, A.D.lbJHJ.

the hearty admiration our town. Itllfh of from this One or two of our townsmen will be ad- he would not have made such an asser A. A. STEWART,
Andrew Gibson accompany him place. ded to the crew of the Queen as able Clerk of County Court
> >ed hereafter that tion. I know I found the in
| We wish him success and a profitable seamen. A colored cook will be taken company JONES & ATKINSON,
gambling
will usespecial! care tnprnhibit season. on board before leaving. debt and owing every one from one end Complainant Solicitors.v [SEAL.]

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2. THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY J7, 1890. IfK

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I I KILLED HER HUSBAND. NEGROES AND WHITES.Four He tII(". CARDS. 1 k.

10 FEAR OF CHOLERA II Calino is about to bet married. GEcKr.s M. Roasts, WALTE\0- ,
I" lie Whipped his Wife, and She Plungeda Negroes Killed and Six Wounded in a "My dear, doOU snore his sweet- President Breisrd feecy. Erevan S. Ot.aaY Akl
Dirk Into Him. Abstract Co.
Riot In Fayette County. tract aJ.
heart asked him the other day.

Elaborate Precautions Against the I I I MURPHY, N. C., July 10.-Mrs. Lillie. GRIFFIN, Ga., July 11.-News has been "Never my sweet!" BOBBINS & GRAHAM,
Gould who killed her husband stabbing
by I fatal riot at Starr'smill "
received of a race "But hut i1 j you know:
Pestilence I him, has been acquitted on preliminary pond, in Fayette county. Four negroes "I one? *:crt cake all night to make I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
trial. There is something sensa-
were killed and six wounded. It P. O. Box 250, TITU.-V1LLE, Breiard
Le Co..
sure. Figaro. no,...
tional connected with this tragedy. The
is also reported that eight white men 1 Will practice: in all the ounbea of the
THE DREAD EPIDEMIC IN EUROPE. i I Goulds are people in easy cfVcum&tances, were shot, but it is thought only one of I Circuit and in the Supreme Court >j,cMi 8ttiith fa"ih.
I the man who was killed being worth a them will die-makIng eighteen in all, .\ raht'lIanll.. I j ties for Examining and Perfecting Laud Tit.a
I
deal of and with his wife Wife from the other Dear the I Correspondence nolicitrd from l'Jmat.and Utin
I great money, killed and wounded. One of the negroes ( room)- j j to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan
Report of Dr. Lee, Secretary of the I traveled over the country enjoying their killed is Anderson Williams, a notori- house must be on fire. I smell burning j t U

Pennsylvania Board of Health. I wealth. While stoppiug here, Gould ously bad character, and the white man cloth. I D L. tJACLDEX,

Our Quarantine Stations Well and his wife indulged pretty freely in reported dangerously shot is Tete Griffin, Husband-Reassure yourself my dear.It I
intoxicating Gould, when intoxicated : II
Equipped and Every Precaution would liquors.smash whatever came who is only about 20 years old. is only: on-j of the cigars( you gave me. I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
that Mr. Bagwell had en-
Taken-Better Guarded Than EerIlAEniSBUiio. I to hand, and his wife generally came in gaged It seems a darky to a assist him in selling -Clothier and_ Furnisher. I Titusville, FlorW
I for her share of
July 12.-The sixteenth thumping. wine, and about 3 o'clock the darky got I M.
: At the time the stabbing occurred, he the white about Perfectly Satisfied. A. THRASHER,
into hot words with man
of the state board of
regular meeting had been on a spree, and after chasinghis I the purchase of some wine, which resulted Patron-I notice you ain't afraid to
health held here. The of the wife out of the house with stick I II ATTORNE
was report a cut. ST-AT-LAW
in a fight, the negro being slightly adulterate the goods you send over to the ,
secretary Dr. Benjamin Lee, of Phila- I began a renewal of his attack in the I From this the trouble began, and Griffin Prim family. Don't they complain some- P. O. Box 20, S.\\}'ORn. FLA.
hotel after bell had succeeded in Will practice in all tie
a boy who hada counties ot tLe Serest"
delphia.is of more than general interest, became involved with a negro times? Circuit and Supreme Cjurt.
them both back their
to
getting room. gI
but who did not care to use it.
inasmuch as he directs attention to the gun, Chalkem You sir the
Mrs. Gould wore a dagger in her belt, the if he forget, motto
Anderson Williams told darky I &
prevalence of cholera in Spain and to and when her husband started at her damned scoundrel they have in that household: "To the JONES ATKINSON,
would not shoot the ,
the precautions taken to prevent the again, she warned him that she would I to give him the gun, and he would do it. pure, all things are pure.AmericanGrocer. I ..tttoeneys-at-Law

spread of the disease in this country.Dr. hill kim if he: struck her again. Gould : He took the -t un and shot Griffin in the Titusville. ,
I paid no attention to the warning, but immediately I FlorWa.J. .
I chest and bow els Williams was -
Lee
says: struck her again with his ttick. Just
: the neck and died Why lIe Wept.Stranger I
shot
"The of Asiatic cholera : then flash Mrs. Gould i though T.JJR. SANPEIis,
appearance as quick as a little
in short time. -Why are you crying, .
almost simultaneously at six different : buried the dagger: in his bowels, and he a !
The then became general ?
shooting one
points in Spain, covering a distance of sank to the floor. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
: M miles in a straight line and probably The boy witnessed the tragdy,took the When the weapons were emptied, they Johnny-Because I-eh-boo-hoo- Will practice in all the Courts 01 theSe\t tb.Ju-
called on a merchant there for more ammunition hav have lost eh eh and if he dicial Circuit of Florida.
: -
400 by rail, indicates a very considerable I dagger and wiped it, and put Gould on Then papa
survival of germs of that disease the bed. At the trial, after Gould died, but he refused to sell. goes home without me mamma. will lick P. 0.Ilox,2. TlTl' ,\LLE. TLA.
the rioters helped themselves. The won- Honey to Loan.
from last summer along the shoresof Ramsay, the bell boy, was the only wit- killed him. Wow!Exchange. u
der is that people were not ,
more
the Mediterranean. Their wide dis- I ness.; He testified tliat Mrs. Gould actedin L. 'l,'. DANIEL
there ;300 on the ground, ,
as
were persons
semination and early maturity make a self defense, and upon this she was The Usual Way.Billiam .
and all less exposed.TO .
mole or
that and it
epidemic in ,
grave region acquitted.
So Philiam has been DENTIST
on
away
may be in southern Europe generally, ,
prouabie. We in this country have lit SEVERAL PEOPLE KILLED.A DEFEAT TILLMAN. a shooting trip, has he? COCOA, FLORIDA

tle to fear, nowever. "William Yes.
Our Quarantine Stations. Collision on the Louisville and :Nashville Democrat of South Carolina Devising Billiam-Shoot anything? !VI.D.. L. DODSOX,

I Railroad Alabama. flans to Save the State.
William Yes
Yankee
"Our quarantine stations, national, ; a companion.-
state and municipal, were never so well I BIRMINGHAM,Ala., July 10.-A passenger COLUMBIA, S. C., July 11.-It is estimated : Blade. DENTIST,

equipped before. That of the port ofJsew and freight train on the Louisville that the largest and most representative TITUSVXLE, FLORIDA.

York, which is our most valuable I and Nashville railroad collided near Clear body of men ever gathered in :No Solicitude Like a Mother'g. Aching teeth filled and saved without dertrc-Ting

point, is fully twice as well prepared as Creek station, forty miles toath of this the state house, assembled in the hall of Mother (to son dividing goodies with a the nerves. Teeth with abc*fes treated ncrtt-.

it was when it so successfully checkedthe I city. The engineer and conductor, both representatives, in answer to a call issued playmate-Tommy) you should give tully. Para Roots crowned nuWaMulHIUte. tf

invasion of the disease at the threshold sober; and reliable, forgot their orders, ten days ago by ex-Judge Alex C. Has-: your company the larger share; besides, pure fitting plates gum.corrected.Broken Teeth Plates extracted melded.palLle.-Badly

three years ago. Philadelphiathe and six lives paid the penalty of their kell. Every county in the state wasrepresented" so much candy makes you sick.NewYork ly- Office on Washington avenue. S
next most lively point of attack, has a carelessness.The The call was made for men

double hue of intrenchments, the lazaretto passenger train had orders to take who were opposed to the methods of the -- --Sun. WALTER S. GRAHAM, M. I).

or municipal quarantine station, the siding at Clear Creek, but the order present campaign, who repudiated the Dr. J. II. McLean's"hills and Fever
twelve miles down the Delaware river, was forgotten. In a deep cut the en- charges made by the leader of the Farmer Office Consultation, $1.00
and the United States quarantine station gines came together, and live men were ::;' association that the state government Cine is gentle in actior and warranted a Visit in Tituaville $2.00.
certain cure. oO cents a !bottle. Call i between 10 p. m. std b a. 111.w ill be cLarg: !
eighty miles below, at Uape Hen- instantly killed and a sixth fatally in- was corrupt, and who were willingto doubt r rates.Obstetrical.

lopen. The latter is provided with a jured. The dead are : lay aside everything for the purposeof caws, and cases outside the C+rl.ra
fumigation steamer, just finishedwhichis John Green, engineer of passenger assembling together and devising De Witt's Colic and Cholera CureIs tion are positively declined.

capable of disinfecting the largest train No. 9. mans to save the btate. always safe and always sure.

vessel in a few hours. I John A. Webb, engineer extra north Jude Haskell said they had come to We recon;mencl it-Dixon & Gray. J. F. LEWIS,

"The Baltiwore station is well equip- bound freight. gether to oppose Tillman and his methods -

ped and under intelligent management, Bob Wilson, colored, fireman of passenger and what his methods would lead Sudden change of temperature and humidity Civil Ell[irer aM Surveyor

and suspected vessels tor that port, as train No. 9. to his history would show. He hoped of the atmosphere often produce

well as for Norfolk, are also detained at Jim Armstead, colored, fireman of leading representative:; men.would speak] disorders of the kidneys and bladder. Use Titu.Mille Fla.

Cape Charles by the United States ma- 1 north hound extra freight train. plainly and show to the public the falsityof Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney BURCIIFIELD

rine hospital service. The efficiency of John Parr, white boy seventeen years the utterances of B. R. Tillman when Balm to check these troubles their incipicncy. R.B. .

the New Orleans quarantine has been old a pumpman at Calera, who was on he charges our government officers with .

frequently demonstrated. Its plant is the pa;:-ener engine. dishonesty and corruption, and the mem- COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .
the most complete and most scientifi- Ben Sweep colored, extra fireman who bers of our general assembly with De Witt's Little Early llisers. Only by mail will receive as prompt

cally constructed of any in the country.The was on the engine of the freight, fatally "damnable perjury." pill to secure Sick Ilead- che and regulate attention as calls in person.

Duly of Inland Cities. injured. Joseph Barnwell, of Charleston, said the bowels. Sold by Dixon & Gray. Address: Georgiana, Fla.

"Should the disease pass these bar- No passengers were seriously! hurt, but Till man must never be governorjpf South

riers, however, its mode of propagation they had a narrow escape. The trains Carolina-that a house to house canvassof Appetite and sleep may be improved, LA RUE P. ELY, *

is now so thoroughly understood that it were both running 30( miles an hour, and the state must be made. every part of the system strengthened and

will be a reproach to local health au- the damage from the wreck is great.A the animal spirits regain their bouyancyby Rotary Public for the State at Large.
,
the use of Dr. J. II. McClean'sStrength
thorities if it is not at once stamped out. MARRIED ANOTHER MAN.
It is their duty immediately'to put their YOUNG WOMAN SUICIDES.She cuing Cordial and Blood Purifier. Justice of the Peace/--17th Dist.CONTRACTOR .

cities and towns in mca a conaitiou of How it JlnJlwnecl-rt'rrible Death at the & BUILDER
cleanliness that the germs will find no Leaves :Note Statin-; that She had I.umherlills.. De "Witt's Little Early IU en;. Best of over 30 years' experience. Natural

congenial soil. The state board of health I Done Nothing; \\'rclIINEWXA ;:-. RALEIGH, N. C.,July 11.-Mr. Clarence little pill for Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach; finish a specialty.

has in preparation a new circular on this G t, July 10.-A pretty little Richards, of Johnston county, and Miss! Had Breath. Sold by Dixon & Gla)'. .l4elhourne, Florida. 6Q.EOHGE

subject which will shortly oe issued. woman, Miss Genevieve Greene. committed Mary Earp, of the same place, appeared
"'fhe report of yellow fever carried to suicide here: by shooting herself. before Rev. A. D. Tuttle of Wilson: and The danger of a malarial atmosphere : \V. MORTON,

Spain from New Orleans is more than She was a stvlih! looking young lady. were married. The young lady was to may be averted if you will occasionallytake !

doubtful. There is not more yellow Miss Genevieve came here from 'V pst have been married to another man, but a dose of Dr. J. McLean's Chills Civil Engineer & Notary Public,

fever .in South America and Central Point about three weeks ago. and registered she did not love him. She told the cir- and Fever Cure. -

America than usual at this season. Our at the Virginia house. Sue was an cuniitnnceto the groom,and he gallantly MORTOXIirilsT, HEATH, FLA.

greatest danger is from Cuba, the 'ever art teacher by profession: having followed offered himself, she accepted, and now No Griping, no Nausea, no Pain when Surveying and Leveling, Artliiuctural
taithful' and ever nithy isle, via Florida. that calling in "'('st Point and her they are husband and wife. De Witt's Little Early Risers are taken. Drawing, IVmn-hipnml: ('ctionJal's.: .

Precautions in Florida. object in coming here was to organize a At the mills of the reuse Lumber company Small pill, Safe pill, Best pill. We sell Deed, Mortgages, etc. Blanks constantly -

"The precautions which are taken on summer art cla .s. Being without money, at Goldsboro, this state, John B. them-Dixon &; Gra). on hand.
and failing to yet up a class, she called SattVr the -- --
the Plant line of steamers and at Key was attempting to walk along

West and Tampa make its intro;fuction'. on Mr. Wright for assistance. He at interior joist, near a shafting that was If the stomach performs its functions CLEARANCE SALE/
that '!he once v< inteeted to help her. but it is about 200 revolutions minute, ,
by route unlikely tact mat making: per actively and regularly the food of which it QOrrana
there were no cases of the disease in taut evident that she gave up to despondencyand when his overalls came in contact witha is the receptacle, is transformed into Mood i

state last summer indicates that its germs committed the rash act before any set screw of the shafting, and in an in- of a. nourishing quality, which furni-hw from

had all perished. one was aware of it. She was a nativeof stant he was hurled round and round. vigor and warmth to the whole body, the )eratSPOTCASl1VlLlVE.standard titsa A

"The Hoods in the lower Mississippi Fairhaven, Vermont.On His left arm was torn completely from remedy to give tone to the stomach is Dr. wi yrirttopay. NewplauWOF.J
valley have left many places aloud( taat a scratch pud which lay on the his body, and he fell to the floor. His J. II. :McLean's Strengthening Cordial t .lie-rented nniii lend j m480UT
river in a state of great destitution and desk, and in front of the young woman, right arm and both legs were broken l before I and Blood Purifier. for. C TOnly SyJ to r>U 'e Fra if
.
tcimtiJy.ide. lied l
the conditions are sucu as will probably written in pencil, were these words : the engine; could be stopped, thoughit -z'n in over 29:s ctu[t, ',. 0.50 S.tT'

induce malarial levers of such virulence "Tell Fred R. Greene, of Ogden, Utah, was stoppo'l almost instantly. De u's Little Early Iti.xers. Best Sendgt.i..u '* ,_ eerypurchaK.y
that they may easily be mistaken for W. II. Greene, of Fairhaven, Vermont, for 8.t1UiAIN, A \V have inside t'oa
yellow t ver. We may therefore expect and R. W. Wood, of West Point, Ga., STRUCK A MATCH AND SAW HIM. Liver Pill ever made. Cure Constipationevery 'slihmited i Sale >c Pianos. Ourr22.t
that I have done time. None equal. Use them now. to t PIANO U sold by G
no
false alarms. {Should) the disease ac- wrong. -- Cu Days. largest dealers at 8275.

tually appear, there will be such a con- The Unseal Got A war, but Angry Citizens Don't Q' -and is worth it* too.'t' .-
DR. MAGUIRE SUICIDES. A beautiful woman must be healthy, .
'
-
cert of action between the different state Catch Him at Last. No Cheat .: -
boards health and between them and and to remain healthy and beautiful she
>
the United pt btutes quarantine authori- The Bullet Entered the Brain Above the SOCIAL CIRCLE, On.: July 11.-It wasa should take Dr. J. II.'McLean's Strength- Q Oar Pianos eheapeet sold.are CHEAP:
.
little after midnight when Mrs. Azrah ening Cordial 1 and Blood Purifier. It im-
ties as arranged for at their recent cou- Right liar and Temple. Perfect A dnrablq,
ference at Nashville, tnat it will no AUGUSTA, Ga., July 10.-When the Williams was aroused by the touch of a parts tone and Hush to the skin, strength,

doubt be restricted within narrow limits chambermaid entered Dr. Maguire's room large, rough hand on her face. Striking vigor and pure blood ; is equally adaptedfor IES3 & BEAD KOUrt 601(1 by
a match, she saw a burly negro by her I all from the babe to the of DEA l'ea'. LSVidUiIJi! TU8UUI; IIIforUbl
without a resort to the b.troarxun ex p in the Adkins house, she was horrifiedto bed. Her awakened the house- ages aged, t9SNl3S: Wh1tpen he&rd.eomc -
screams
dient of shotgun quarantine, such as see the bed drenched in blood and the either sex.There *..H".t.J..lln.aJl&...4U.WU 8.M bj/.HUCOI.
hold. Mr. Williams, who was in another .all,11.1 Br'aw.y, .v Swk. WrlU f.eb..aater..t.Ia&LHINDERCORNS.
have disgraced the country in former Ixjdy of .Jr. Maguiro lying across it, his
room, rushed in, followed by his daughter -----
outbreaks of this much dreaded pe ti- feet touching the floor. A pistol was I is one medicine that will cure im-
and all three to the
attempted arrest .
lence. mediately. We rerer to De Witt's Colic
near by. The woman screamed, and the Mr. McDowell came in with his Tee only pro Ore" for Corns. Stops all pain. F.rurtII'H
negro. I j and Cholera. Cure for all summer com- gonjfoittothefett.I5c.atl> '
room was soon filled with others attracted nigin ta. ItISCOX&Co..l'I.Y.:
-
Young Girls ( oiii:.: to Utah. shot gun, but the villain wrenched it No
by her cries. No noto or explanationof plaints. delay, no disappointment, no .A.
NEW YORK, July 1.-In the steerageof any kind was left by the dead man. from him, and, terrorizing the whole !I failure. We sell it-Dixon & Gray.A Y U CONSUMPTIVE
party, escaped. Race son 'nnvti.lironchiti. Asthma, Iuduret4M I LeePARkER's
the Wisconsin which
steamship ,
ar- It L barely possible that it might have About named Jim GINGER TONIC. U has cnrwl
rived yesterday were TJU Mormons: been accident while daylight a negro I disordered condition of the stomach the worxi t"14td aiwin the best reiuwiy fur all ilU arixinj
an attempting to arrested and rom detective: nuuiUuo. Take In
Harmon was confessed his tune. 6oc.and $l.ou
bound tor Utau and Idaho Their nani':s his beneath his malaria in the will sick -
put pistol pillow, but the lor system produce --- --
He taken to since
guilt. was a pond,
were taken so that if the government fact that he attempted suicide once before which nothing has been seen of him. It I headache, you can remove this trouble by DETECTIVESanled
decide it doesn't
that want lawbreakers .
is evidence of Dr. J. McLean's
satisfactory suicide. taking Little Lh.erand
is said that eighty-five shots had been
for citizen can be touud and sent
tuey lie came to Augusta about six years ago fired at him, and it is supposed the Kidney Pellet's. 25 cents per vial. in every County. Shrewd_n to act nnder is.rueau z
back. And then the negro .
swept or eight in
S
from New York. He was about 40 oar ertt: Settle Ciperiene: not neeeiitry. FaruciUr .
elders put them on special trains, and old and well years sunk to the bottom of the pond. Someare Mysterious GrannanDeteetire Bureau Co 41drate.Chath.4
always courteous dressed. Disappearance.Mrs.
of the opinion that he escaped. -- -
they started bur halt make City. In theparty They
but whisky and women brought him to when he was thrown into the pond : John A. Clarke was great suflerer
were seven yoang gir.s. his ruin and death.Alahami say PARKER'SHAIR
other from Indigestion and Sick Head-ache. She
he got to the side on dry land,
and that is given as the reason for so I left her home last Saturday to buy a bottleof BALSAMCleanses
Americans Take All the Stock. Midland Kailroad Sold. and beautifies: the hair.
shots fired at him.Powderly De Witt's Little Early Risers took
many being a Promotes a luxuriant growth.
PHILADELPHIA, July 12.-All the $>),- TROY, Ala. to.-The stockholders dose
July and her head-ache disappeared as }n' Never Fails to Bettor Gray
000,000 ot stock of tile American lias of the Alabama Terminal and Improvement mysteriously as it came. Try them. Dixon t, :-- Hair to its Youthful Color. :
Investment one-half of which Prevents Dandrutf and hair fa. lat:
,
company company met here, and confirmed & Grav.Frequently. ton,and tl Moat Drncvl'. ,
was to have been placed in England and Does Not Want to Fi; ht. r.;
( the sale of the: Alabama: Midland I
the remainder in this country, will now railway to the Plant Investment company SUSQUEIIA.NNA, Pa., July 12.-General accidents occur in the household f fy
be disposed of in the United states. Thereason Master Workman T. V. Powderly delivered -,
of New York. The Plant Investment which camE burns!, cuts, sprains and
for the change( in the placing( of company buys a majority of the com- a lecture here on the objects and bruises; for use in such cases Dr. J. II. -A1RES'
the stock is said to be due to the jealous mon and preferred stock of the Alabama aims of the Knights of Labor to a large( McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for
bickerings of two factions in Lonuon, and enthusiastic audience. In closing
Midland ..
which
railway company, addsto many years been the constant favorite -. '
of winch -to control the his address he said that the -
each sought the Savannah, Florida and Western Knights of family 2Sf.
remedy.We HIREs"
stock alloted. _to the English capitalists.A railway system 209 miles of first class, Labor were at war with no other labor mPRO\"ED tic

Carpenter' Misfortune. I standard gauge road laid with sixty organization, and that if they wanted to ROOT ESR !
fight they could well find an outside rcommend De Witt's Colic and
pound steel rail, iron bridges, amply enemy lltWl: kOrWUNCOiUTKAINIKCTIU3 ": tat.rrac
WADLEY, Ga., July lO.-Olr. C. M. equipped. The price paid in and of the ranks of workingmen. Cholera Cure because we believe it a safe L Pfrrtct.uaes mE ante!(:.
Billie, of Oconee Ga., a carpenter in the securities is 300,000. money and reliable remedy. Its good effects are

employ of the Central railway, had the Collieries on Full Time. shown at once in cases of Cholera Morbus
misfortune to have both legs broken below and similar complaints. Dixon & ROD T BEER.S'he
the knee, while unloading a car of Fatally Kicked by a Horse. The- PHILADELPHIA, July 12.-A special to Gray. .
from Pittston the of-
Ledger
lumber here He WERXERSVILLE, Pa., July 12.-William says
was standing on the
ficials of the Delaware and Hudson com- Unsuspected disorders of the most APPWriZTNO and WHOLESOME
when lie the lumber Keapstock, a laborer kidneys are
car saw was going employed on I TBMPERANCB DRINK In the world.
pany have issued an order placing all of responsible for of the ordinary ail- Delicious and Sparkling. TRY IT.
to tall. He jumped to the ground and the farm of Samuel Fisher, near this many
the lumber fell on him. Surgeons think place, was kicked by a horse, and it is the collieries of the company in this ments of humanity which, n(' lectedl develop Aak your Druggist or Grocer for It.

his right leg will have to be taken off. feared that his injuries will prove fatal. vicinity new uu order full of time things and will it is continue thoughtthe ( into a serious and, atalmalady. C. E. HIRES. PHILADELPHIA.
.
I would
Experience
Three ribs were broken, and he was injured suggest the
Thieves broke into the mansion and internally. The unfortunate man for some weeks. The anthracite busi- use of Dr. J. McLean's liver and Kid-
ness is in condition. '33. Pianos 130. Cktalofrne'Frce.
good Balm. ORGANS .
stole Governor Gordon's watch. IB in a precarious condition. I ney Il&nit'1 F.Beau,, Washington N. J.
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THE FLORIDA STAR. THURSDAY, JULY 17 1S90. 3



ROT AND RIOT. GLASS BOTTLE BLOWERS | A SHAPELESS MASS.Mr. I line between townships 25; and 26 run- THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.

Terrible Melee on a Negro Excur An uing east to the west bank of Indian
Lion In "West Virginia Outsider Kxplains His Ills to the : .Charles Veuable Dlei from lIb Injuries river thence southward on the west

\VHEELISO.V.. Va., July 12.- DU- BAT.TnionE Convent ion. i'! pear the Qnarrle !j bank of Indian river three miles to the A. B. CAMPBELL

from Braiawell, Mercer July 12. The Green' LITHO ilA, Ga., July 12.-Charles Ven- I! section line dividing sections IS and 19.
patches county, Glass Bottle Bloers' union continued ioble is de.1d. He fell from a car on the ) thence east on said section line and Jacksonville, Florida.
My there is great excifement throughout their session. John Venable Brothers' railroad from continuation
Coffee, of Philadelphia leading i east to the.Atlantic ocean,
the mining region crowing out of a though not a delegate, occupied Lithonia to the quarries. For a long thence south along: the Atlantic ocean I Knabe Piano Pianos, Haines

terrible riot occurring on the night of the floor quite a while with a personal time Mr. VeuaWe! had been dividing his to the township line between townships' Bros.: Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &

July 6 on the line of BlueStone !i explanation of the recent nnpleasaatjnvss time between this place and Stone Mountain : 27; and 23 thence westerly on said township I j White Organs and Chicago Cottage Or-

brach of the Norfolk>i Western road, betwVen: him and Grand Master workmen., and had exclusive charge of the line to the west line of Brevard. i ii gans. I will sell and Deliver at your

and that tr>ubie may occur at any 1 \\ orkinun Powderly, of the Knights of After loading a train, he took a !-eaton i thence north on said county line to I nearest station High GradeEDiaflos .
Labor..
.. Mr. Coffee was master workman place of commencement.
-
the of box At the
top a car.
time. 4 quarries
;, of District 143. and as his ideas the Venable Brothers have scales, upon Xo. Melbourne. Voting place, C. :
It stems that several hundred negroes as out the order came into conflict with
which loaded cars are weighed. Thy J. Hectors grain house and the office inIIector !
made an excursion over the road and as i those of his chief, he was deposed about '
are enclosed and roofed. The roof is nut \ hotel : bounded to wit : beginning : -
there was a good deal ot liquor on the i about eight months ago. much higher than a box car, and to this on a line between Brevard and -OR-
train many lights occurred. When a i The election of officers is attracting
Mr. Veuaule's death is due. ; Osceola counties where the line between
few miler from Braxuwell three or four 1 more attention than it has at any time | i
aegrots attempted to cut a white man's for the last few years. During that How the Accident Happened.Before j 1 townships 27 and 2S intersects said | Organs"For

throat ant Detective G. \Yo Baldwin : time Louis Arlington, of Massillon, 0., reaching the shed (as the scales ;, county line, thence eat on said line to I
: has been are called). Mr. Venable and was : the Atlantic thence south to a
and three of his men. who were on the president and his administra- got up ocean less money than other house
any
cars attempted: to protect the man.They i tion has been very successful. It is understood walking toward the rear end, and just ; point directly east of the mouth of in_the United States. I will ship Piano
Were at once attached by about | now that he wishes to retire. about the time he reached the end of the Turkey Creek,thence west to the mouthi or Organ: to honest a
thirty drunk negroes who broke the I Another important topic being discussedI car, his back came in contact with the i i of Turkey Creek and along: the north I i on trial, and any if man or woman -

car seats to fragments and used the I I is the lockout which closed factories last roof of the shed. The blow threw him, | bank of aid creek to its head or source .will freight both not satisfactory, I
and before he could himself he I pay ; ways. $:?:3 cash
for recover
pieces as club j year several months. The men sac : thence directly west to the line between j ji and $10
it rolled oil the end of the He tried a month on a Piano, and $10
was a lockout of car.
The lights were knocked out and a I on account overproduction. i Brevard and "OccolcnUnlics., thence cash
and $j
k'rribeou.fud ensued 1 to throw himself onto the next car, a flat | a month on an organ until
:disabled.V.during which. car, but misled it. He saw his great | north to place of beginning; ; |I paid for-not much more than ordinary
nine urroes were G. I More Cloak makers Locked Out. : Xo. Malabar.. Voting places, G. rent On these
Baldwin wag stabbed in tae left side, danger, and tried to clear the track as s [ very liberal terms anyone -
hit in tae head with a frajaient of iron I NEW YORK July 12.-Fully 1,300 he fell and only a foot or two more : W. Sclmyler's store adjoiuin the }.)()'t" i, can own an instrument. Send for
aud rribly clubbed. His wounds are i more workers on garments will be would have saved him. The wheel of office and a ware house : bounded as I Free Catalogue containing full informa-

eiiou& liefcecnve C'auipoeli was badly | locked out of their shops to-morrow. the flat car passed over both legs, crushing follows: beiinnin2 at a point directlywe tion. heet music Strings,Violins;Ban

hurt in the tiie. Dete.-tive :trts hid: The ostensible reason for the lockout is thtin into a shapeless mass from the : of the head or source of Turkey : jos. Guitars, Accordeons, and in fact,

hi* right arm broken.V.. Cr. Baldwin i that a boycott has been placed on the knees down. Tile engineer stopped the creek on the line between Brevard and !j every Musical Instrument that is made,
shot the negro who stabbed nun in the firm of .Alfred Benjamin & Co., which train at once. and the suffering man was Osceola counties" thence running east ,: and at very low prices. Send for
is a niemijer of the association. It is gotten out as quickly as possible, and removed -1! corn-
shoulder uuu aih the right arm. At I to the head of said Turkey creek thence plete catalogues. I have 20,000 pieces
asserted by members of the Clothing: to a residence some distance from
Bnunwcll-an ..a.'mp: was mile to ar- along the south bank of said creek to | ot Choice Music at 10 cents
Cutters'union. however, that the the road. per copy.
ret the by citizens, vMica led proposed 1 its mouth thence the
nejrotfs directly east
to
I lockout is due to an agreementbetween The brothers and mother, and a few I IA... B. CAMPBELL
to a secwa.1 nut, but six' negroes were Atlantic thence south the line
manufacturers ocean, to ,
the : friends with ,
I clothing near together two surgeons
jaded. bev\.-ral negroes were beaten dividing townships 29 and 00 thence Jacksonville
I Flu.i .
cloak and suit manufacturers to disrupt left Atlanta" at once, and a clear track
almoet to death I the- two unions. It is ;said: by the was given tile special train which s on .. west to county line between Brevard i

men that probably 20.000 per&ons will arrived. The surgeons did not amputatethe and Oseeola counties, thence north to
COLORED CATHOLICS. I I HERE I
I be affected bv the lockout. The situation It"gs. for reaction would have been : the place of beginning.: AM AGAIN .
I I of the cfoakinakers strike is fatal and conscious till the
I+oluilons Adopted at Their Con practically remaining Xo. Sonastian or Barkers Bluff j I
iciitiuit in Cincinnati.CISCIXN.ITI. unchanged. last, the unfortunate man breathed his Voting:: place, sitting room on south !I -

July 12.-At a meeting of I last about 3 o'clock p. m. 9 He died as 1 side of S. Kitchinn's store and dining i J. W.
Summer Report Hotel Hurncd. peacefully as a child. ROGERS
1 room 50! feet west of3illstore: bounded
:
the Colored Catholics in ,
national I
convention ST. P AL .. July 1:?.-At tt a. m. the
here. resolutions wert, passed : large family hotel at Lake Elmo was THREE HANGINGS.South a beach* follows township: start on line the Atlantic dividing ocean Before an intelligent, appreciative and
townships
-- on : -
recommending that night scnools be I totally destroyed by fire. Elmo is- di-criminating public, presents himself
I 29 and the
: 30 line of Osceola
Carolina Alab-iuia anti Louisiana to east !
twelve miles from St. Paul. and is the
and makes his bow
established colored children that announcing that he
bur ; thence south said ;
I most and exclusive summer Dispose ofegr"e.* county on county t
fashionable i a candidate for
Catholic cuildren be a Catholic: : ? their favors good
given line line between
townships
to tnwnhip
resort in Minnesota. The hotel was OR.\ GInCr.u. S. C., July 12.-Arm- wishes and-cash.
education that labor be
: organizations crowded with people, but as the most stead Jones 10 years old "was hanged 31 and 32 thence east to the Atlantic !
Mked to admit colored men: and that of the male guests do business in the here for the coM bo: Jed murder and assassination ocean, thence north to place /)f begin: As blood is thicker than water, so iscash
make distinction of color
etai4oyers no : city, everybody was astir and there was of his step-mother. It will nin:_: bettr than credit. He to
that be to assist in abol- propose
a plan prepared
no" loss o'f life. All of the houses and be remembered that he and his out of the
ishing the African slave trade; that the young Xo. !9-St. Lucie. Voting places, at i get old ruts and Sell his
tasters be assisted in educating colored two barns were consumed. The loss is brother only 13 years old waylaid and Fort Pierce. Florida Canning Company's I Ii I Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard
S150.OUO. exclusive of the valuable personal shot their s'ep-mother: at the spring as Cash. -
and building of the
orphans: that industrial leagues be i store a west store : |
I effects of the guests. she went to get a bucket of water. The
formed that form in conference bounded, viz the Atlantic !
: young men i i : commence on I! He handles first-class
brother was sent to the penitentiary for a line of
of the Society of St. Vincent and ;, ocean coat on the township line dividing -
A New Southern Exhibition.CINCINNATI. .
Arm tead
ten ,
ate
good
St. Paul, and that the thanks of the years. a supper townships 3.:} and 34. thence
I : west to.l
July 12.-F. S. Mordaunt, slept soundly, and urueredand consumed
congretd be tendered to Archbishop | the range line dividing ravesl. anti 36, I Cloth.ing
GacL.-den. Ala. connected large ifa He i the _
of formerly a very ; ea -t. yousget ,
Ireland for his efforts in behalf of the I
thence south to the township line dividing I
nth The Leader newspaper of that negro ever hun: in this county.
colored I *)ple. I town, is in this city to boom an exposi- townships 35 and 36 I thence east toI1 Both Ready-made and to Order.
The convention then adjourned to
tion of southern resources to be held BIR.II.sIitM. Au, July 12.Alfred ; ie Atlantic coast thence north to the : His
meet in Philadelphia on July 3, IbUi. either here or in Philadelphia. At first Cooper, (cult-red was hanged in the jail i point of beginning.;

Politician Charged with Swindling. I Atlanta was to get it, but Birmingham yard at 1245.: He smoked a cigarette on \ Xo. 10-Kden. Voting:: place, in the !i Gents' Furnishing '
made a demand for it also' and it was the scaffold, and tried to meet death ; store and the boat house of T. E. Richards Department.
T.Downey I
WASHINGTON 12.-Dr. John
July
then decided to come north. :Mr. :Mor- bravely, but failed, his nerves gi"ingwa '
at one time a prominent Dem- I daunt is enthusiastic over the south. at the lat moment. He confessedhis'guilt : hounded on the north by thetownship I Is: Complete. Xobby Hats from i

ocratic" politician in Indianapolis and .I The coming exposition, he says will and said he was ready to die. line dividing: townships 35 and 'I first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the
for a long; time a prominent member of be a revelation to the people of the His last words were : "Good-bye, world. !I 136, on the east by the Atlantic ocean.on most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and 1
the common council of that city, was north. You are 110 friend of mine." The crime the south by the county line dividing: I Hand Satchels, too low to quote.

brought up in the police court here for which he was hung was the unprovoked : Brevard and Dade counties, on the I For fine Cigars and Tobaccos he
charged with obtaining money under No Breeze for the Yachts. murder of Jell Grogan, colored, i west bv range: line dividing ranges 37 I be excelled in the Cannot
fake pretences. He represented himself MARBLEHEAD, :Mass., July 12.As last February.NEW i 1 and 35.No. '" I ask county.
earnestly an inspection
as the agent oi a life insurance company had been feared a flat calm held back of my
i 11-Fort Drum. Voting places at Good before
buying elsewhere.J.
and attempted to obtain small the yachts of the Eastern Yacht club ORLEANS. La., July 12.-William .
turns from physicians by promising and prevented their going half way Johnson colored, who murdered Octavia !j Henry Parker's place: bounded as follows I lr. llogers.
them appointments on the medical staff over the course, and tne race was consequently Dillon. alias Mary Banks, in April last, : commencing! on the range line
He was released on personal bond on declared off..5 far as the was handed in the parish prison in this i dividing ranges 37 and 3S at tbe linei GEO. E. CHASE. A. G. CHAPPELL.

his promise to leave the city. race went: the Scoth cutter :Minervawas city. The neck of the victim not being i dividing Brevard and Bade counties, I
being beaten with both the Gussen broken he died of strant'uJation.Rf'pu1J1IC"8u" : j run north on said range line to township GEO. E. CHASE & CO.,
I
A Jail Delivery Foiled. and Ventura and the Hawk outfooted j line dividing townships 31 and 32, then

Sr. Long, July 12.-An ex-convict i(i I the Shark. Opposed to the Force UilL I turn and run west to the east line of SHIP CHANDLERY

named Charles Payton was arrested I Killed the Cars. RALEIGH, N. C., July Republicans Osceola county, thence south on said ,
while visiting; a prisoner confined in the by here are indulging in some strong talk I! county line to the north line of Dade HARDWARE

jail in this city. Some: days ago Payton AUBURN, N. Y., July 12.-Passengers agaiu; the federal election law now be- !| county, thence east on Dade county ,

pulsed a package through the bars to arriving here on a special train from fore congress. It is understood that A.W. ] line to place of beginning.:: Patent Lois Wire Rope !
this the Lehigh Valley Rijom
George Logan coanned under the origi- Owego to city on Shaffer, Raleigh's postmaster, has ,
Xo 12 Xarrows.
Voting
contain- places at
nal criminal act. On investigation tae Railroad report that a carriage denounced it as a pusilanimous and cowardly I FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS.
this side I Beal's John J. LaKoche Island
place
struck
ing five ladies was just on -
found to contain a two There is sentiment I I
a
package was measure.
Agent for Devoe
oaucvial of mtro-muriatic acid. It of Owego, and three of the occupants of crystalizing to the effect that Republican i in two houses belonging to saidBeals Jt CVs Paints, Tule
: any I Preservers Tent '
the acid in eat- the vehicle were killed, and the; others 1 : bounded as follows: commence & Awning Co.,
was the intentiou to ue I who signs a petition to put the I Patent Anchors.
ing away the iron bolt of the cell doors, badly injured. law in operation in this section, must be on the Atlantic ocean coast on the
and a wholesale jail delivery was ex- "crucified.** township line dividing townships and I BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS.
__
I ected. Fire Destroyed the To\vn. i:: ---- i 32, run west on said line to the range Correspondence Solicited. Telephone
Sr. Louis, July 12.-A special from COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING.At line between ranges: 37 and 33 thence
Printers on Strike. Macon, :Mo., says: Fire destroyed the ;\ I south line 'I' 266.Xos.
by township dividing; townships
Brnx, Mont., July 12.The printers entire business portion ot the town of ;! I :33 and 34, thence east to the SS $ 90, E. Bay St.,

on Th Miner left their cases and demanded Calleo, :Mo. Particulars are hard to the adjourned meeting of the I Atlantic coast, thence north to place ofl'I JOlyr.JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
the discharge of Galley and get at present but the burned buildings Board of County Commissioners held I beginning.

Hall telegraph editors, and Kloune, consisted of stores saloons livery stables June ICth it was ordered that Precincts I i
proof reader, because the men were objectionable. etc. The loss is estimated at Brevard shall in the future Xo. 13-Gcorgiana.: : Voting places, I
in County
i FOR
On being refused they $30,000; insurance unknown. } room in the rear of F. C. Allen's store, SALE
____ be known by the following boundaries I ,
went out on strike. The matter hasbeen i and ware house on the wharf: bounded '
referred' by wire to Arbitrator Ben Butterworth's Illness. and numbers: I as: follows: commencing on the east I! THE ELEGANT

Poud. Indianapolis. Tne Miner did not WASHINGTON, July 12.-Representative Xo. 1-LaG range. Voting places, j side of Indian river on -township line i RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF

come out and may be obliged to sus- Butt rwurta, who was prostratedby Gardedr's rear store room and the dining i dividing townships 24 and 25::), thence j

I.ead publication two or three da's.lxcurslou the heat in Philadelphia on Tuesday, : room in Harvey's old hotel: boundedas I run east to the Atlantic ocean, thence i i L. E. BARNES,
was brought back to Washington and follows : on the north by the county I south to section line dividing sections'
Train Smashup. taken to illS residence.;: He is resting line between the counties of VOluSLll I 14 to 23 in townships south of range: j: ROCK LEDGE, FLA.,-'

Buu "aitwiAla.,July 12..-Asa train easier today, aud is considered out oi |'' and Brevard, on the east by Indian i :37 east, thence west on said section line Containing Seven and One-Third

bearing; Mississippi excursionists who danger. The attack was more serious' river on the south by township line and continuation to the east bank of I i Acres of Land fronting Indian River.

had been visiting tne mines and furnaces than was at_first_ _supposed. |! between townships 21 and ?2, on the Indian river thence north meandering !i Large, Roomy RESIDENCE elegantly -

here, was about leaving locomotive Pratt's mines ran An Oil Refinery i Burned. !. west by St. Johns river. the east shore of Indian river to place !! Finished. Also a Three-Room

on around tmr a curve tnrn into trip the a rear of the train ATLANTA, Ga., July 12.-The oil refinery -! XoTitusvi1le.. Voting: places, in of be inniu !: COTTAG and Outbuildings. One of

canting quite a smashup. The occu- of the Southern cottonseed oil !; the Court house and a building to be Xo. l-1-Ierritt. Voting places, T. I the most desirable places in Rock Ledge

panto+ of the train had warning: enoughto mills, near Atlanta was burned. Loss, j erected in the Court house yard, bound- II. Sanders packing house and bathhouse i hammock.For .
enable them to escape. I S1UOOOO.. Over 200,000 gallons of oil j ed as follows: on the north by the : boundary: all of Merritts Island price, terms, etc., apply to

was: released and ran in a stream toward 'i township line dividing townships 21 and north of township line dividing Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla.

Paddy Duffy Dead. the Atlanta water works. The effect on J 122. on the east by Indian river on the townships 24 and 2.). | _._ Tl __II

BOSTON. July 12.-Paddy Duffy, the the water is not yet known. I I south by south line of Delespine Grant, Xo. Canaveral.. (Order Xo. 11 A. L. Hatch & Son,
:world's hU pound nstic champion, died I on the west by St. Johns river.
Law in Louisiana. of last meeting, June 3rd. 1S90. was I DEALERS IN
at m* home here, alter suffering for ayear Sunday !: Xo. 3 City Point. Voting places, I
a corrected to read a* follows:) Beginon :
and house
12.-The ,
WIth complication of lung SEW ORLEANS, July
a room in Hatch's store and a building on the Atlantic ocean coast on the
newt trodtMes. Lie was born in Boston has refused to pass over the governor'sveto DRY GOODS NOTIONS
t ao, and rule to national the bill repealing the Sunday law the north of said store; boundaries as township line between townships 21 and :

c.utf-.J.X.111l years m the 'tic world from the passed by the; legislature: two years ago. follows : on the north by the south Hue 22. thence run west to the Indian river :

pfjftitioii of a bootblack in a west end closing up all liquor saloons, barbershops i i of Delespine Grunt, on the east by Indian thence south to the township line between Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery

saloon. anti stores taroughout the state river, on the south, beginning: on townships 22 and 23, thence on I Stationery, Family Medi-

of Louisiana. : Indian river on the half mile section I said line eat to Banana river, thence cines, Garden SetJs,
Struck by a Locomotive. '!, line in section 23 township south of again: south on aid river to townshipline

XEWAKK X. J., July 12.-Eleven- Gen. risk's Funeral. range ou* east running west to the St. t' between townships and 2j, thence CHOICE GROCERIES,

yearoldMllard Antuouy, ofu.. andlesex U2 NEW YORK July 12 .-The funeral of Johns river, on the west by St. Johns eat to the Atlantic ocean coast, thence Hay, Corn Mapes Fertilizers.
r'irst ttreet, was struct uy a Morris the late Gen. Clinton B. Fisk occurs at river.No.. 1 north to the place of beginning.: Said
locomotive at toe first street crossing 3 o'clock this afternoon at the Madison' t! otin hall be known Xo. 15. Voting CITY POINT, FLORIDA.
ne is stulal1' church. >>. 4Hockte'eY :: place*, j precinct as -
and horribly manned Avenue Metiioaist Episcopal Public hall and detached building places at Burnham's house and at
of his re- a on |
hope j
but is uu.e will Coldwater,
there at
be
The interment bounded the north I I Henry Wilson's.l '
">ame premises: on
covery. Mich. O. S. & COr.
the bank of Indian L'Engle
; commencing: on west | Xo. HauloverVoting places, ,
The 11 C 41 Jur. The Sabine Senator Dead. river on the half mile section line in ; house of J. I). Vann on north side of -- -

Slightly warmer; fair, northwesterly BATON ROUUE, La., July 12.-State section 23 township outh of range DO :: canal and S. J. Fox's building about JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

wiiMte; fair weather Saturday:: ; warmer Senator J. Fisher smith: of Sabine par- east and run west on said line and con _I) steps distant : bounded on the north

r Saturday: and buudav.fcu ish, whose absence from the capital pre- : tinuation to St. J"hn river on the east ; bv the south line Volnsia county, on Crockery, Glassware, :

vnuted the piastae of the lottery bill by Indian river, on the oath \>y township t the east by the :Atlantic ocean, on the House-Fimiisldng
he Uichiuond and Danville. the go\eruors veto, died last ,
over ; line dividing t .wii>hh': 25: and 26 onth hy township line dividing townships

1' ATLANTA, Ga., July 11.-Mrs. Leana night. '_ i on the west by St. J. river.No. I 21 and 22, on the west by Indian Luvips. Oil, $ T1aporStoies,
I'
Dyer has sued the Richmond damages and,Danville haVe- Fatal Race Rioting ; 3-Eiu Gallic. Voting Maces, l i river. Gate CitylStoJie: Filters.solicit .
. railroad for $20,000 of thet I ARUNGTON, Ga., July 12.-It is reported 1 at Oluistead's store and at Hodgson's i I certify the above to be a true copy.
, ing been the cause, she alleges, I here that four A. A. STEWART Clerk. 1't"c the patronage of

death of her husband. He was employed at killed during a fight between swhites ,1 store; bounded countHlle as follows dividing: commencing the counties! 11 l v J. P. Blake, deputr clerk. I I i our neighbours oi the I Ij
: as a brakeman, ana was coupling cars and that and blacks in Fayette county Titusville, Fla. June IGth, 1S90.: i EAST COAST
,
crushed .
t TaHapxsa, Ala, when he was the rioting has not yet been suppressed. of Brevard and OsceoL on the township i

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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1890. .,

I I"OBSERVER"
SHOWS THE INCONS1S- REGULAR MEETING OFTHETOWNCOUNCIL. The above is hereby approved Urn
THE FLORIDA STAR. Graham, counsel for the new steamboat 10th
day of Jnly, A. D. 1890.
ATTACK ON
TENCY OF A RECENT
company, frame the two ordinances,pass BE. J. WILSON
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ed last Thursday, in their private office, THE COUNTY COURT. ETC. Titusville, Brevard County, Florida. Mayor of Titusville.,

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and FuNislier and thrust them at the Town Council "I'm here a pillar in temple, strong as a rock, July 10th, 1890. audited On motion and ordered the following bills were
without previously consulting with our A guide, buckler, and example to a' thy flock."- Regular meeting of the Common Coun- paid.
S1.5O per Annum. Holy Willie* J'Ta tT. John Quincy, summoning
town-people letting it be known E. L.
or Editor Florida Star: cil of said Town; members present road............_..............-..2 00-
Entered at the Pod Office at Titutvilleas publicly beforehand that one of their Brady, president, W. S. Graham, S. A. E. L. Brady, mule feed, sanitary 13 20
Serond-Cla86.1Iatter. firm, who is, also, a member of the About a month ago a pretentious Belcher and W. M. Brown, with Benj.R. J. P. Blake, salary------------------_ 50 00

Council, would introduce such ordin- scribbler,yclept "Anti-Saloon," published Wilson, mayor, J. P. Blake, clerk, H. J. Brown, feeding prisoners... 1 00

The Star has the Largest circulationof ances and vote for them? in the Cocoa paper, among other impudent and John Myers, marshal E. B. Wager, printing, etc......... 15 50
any paper on the East const of Fin. Why is it that the East Coast Trans- twaddle, that, at the last term of John Myer', salary------------------ JOO 00
Minutes of last meeting read and ap- Hatchett & Co., lumber............ 04 75
portation Company cannot build a the County Court when it became necessary John Myers Peterson
A SQUARE one inch In space; 18 squares proved. scaveng'r 35 00
make a column.Foradyertising. of the Editor wharf on the riparian rights of land just to order a special retire the writ The Board was addressed by Geo. M. Whereupon the Board adjourned.

always enclosing rates two enquire cent stamp.There south of the railroad wharf, where they was executed by a draw on a crowd Robbins as to the right to charge wharf J. P. BLAKE, town clerk.

hold a tax title to all the land extend- which hung around a "speak-eas" age on Broad street. The following or- CallMeetiugJuly lath 1890.

excitement in town ing from Broad street to Ray's store lot, This is a lie against all concerned.
was more dinance had its first and second reading, Pursuant! to a call of the Mayor, the
last Thursday,Friday and Saturday than or why not from Main street out to the Ordinary lies against officers ought, and on motion and second it was passed, Hon. Board of Common Council met

before in three years.: channel and then connect the end of perhaps, in the very nature of things, to to wit: this day.. Members present : E. L Brady tpresIdent

section and ham- their wharf with the railroad wharf pass unheeded ; but the malice of this Town of Titusville-Be it ordained by his presence, Walter noted S.by Graham the clerk,(who at 3 wishes p. m.

PEOPLE from every by a tram ? Then the changingof fellow's lying is so broad and bitter thatI the town council of the town of Titus sharp) S. A. Belcher and his attorney

let of these United States are proud ofGovernor the depot west, as they allude to feel constrained in common justice to ville that the right of passage to and Minor S. Jones, and Wm. :\[. Brown

Nichols, of Louisiana, for in their "Appeal," would not affect rebuke it. And mark how plain a tale from the Indian River over the streets of with Benj. R. 'Wilson J. P. Blake, clerk,
record his veto of and John Myers marshal.
placing as a matter of their passenger or freight businessin shall him down. The officer whois ,
put this town having their termini upon the The petition on which the call was1.aed
the Lottery Act of that state. Thoughhis the least. If they say no to this, thus charged with corruption in the bank of said river, or over wharves at was as follows:

action was condemned by the Legislature isn't it because they want to use the procurement of jurors is DeputySheriffHall. the ends of said streets and particularlyover To the Mayor of the Town of Tituaville:
and
the more honor to himself railroad wharf free, which was built by The special jurors procured were Main and Broad streets and the Petition-'We, the undersigned citi-

greater depths of scorn for such an unscrupulous another company's money, and save the Me. John Walker] Mr. Stephen Geiger, wharves at the termini thereof shall be zens of the Town of Titu \'iI1e. do hereby

set of lawmakers.WE expense of a wharf themselves? If so, Captain Hawley, and :\Ir.1'om Robinson free to the public, and that the same are respectfully ask your Honor to call a
meeting of the Board of Aldermen of
some correspondencefrom why did they ask for the grant of land of City Point. Are these "pro- public property. All boats may land at said Town, for the purpose of reconsidering : -
0 anticipate
of the river touching out from Broad street as per ordinance fessional jurymen ?*' Are their names said streets or the wharves constructedor amending or repealing the Ordinanceor

different parts in Titusville." submitted Thursday.We not an assurance that this viper bites which may hereafter be constructedat Ordinances passed on the 10th day of
upon the recent "Tempest also wish make few remarks July, A. D. 1S90, relating f\he granting;
have to a against a file ? Are not even young: the ends thereof, and may make such
As all parties so far in this matter by the Town of a franchise to the East
their articles over their own signatures upon the article headed An Appeal to Hall's name and character a shield and reasonable use thereof as shall not ex- Coast Transportation Company and also
placed
that all our corres- the People," to be found in another buckler of defence ? Gentle and brave clude other boats from the like use. Any declaring the right of the public to use

we request situation do colvmn. and noble-minded, he inherits through person or corporation which shall excludeor the railrord company's wharf, and prescribing -
the
pondents in reviewing to their The fifth paragraph is misleading in both his parents a love of honesty and attempt to exclude the public from penalties: for" the infraction of
their
the same, that is, sign name the said Ordinances.
article and not cloak themselves: undera the statements which read as follows: law. The question when asked is already the free use of said streets or wharves, Edward L. Brady chairman of the

"After a heated discussion the reason- answered. except as may be hereafter provided by board of aldermen; H F Atkinson, attor-
nom plume. ableness of the Council's action beganto Minor S Jones L C Oliver J W
: "Anti-Saloon" is just now so anxiousfor council, by charging wharfage or in any ney; ; ;
to of the citizens that Rogers; E H Rice; P M Fisher; G F
The unusual pressure on our news appear so many the axe of justice to fall on somebody other manner, !shall upon conviction
Duren; II J Egger; John Myers; John D
columns this week has caused us to the meeting: adjourned" without actionon that he would browbeat the officers thereof be fined not exceeding $300 for Crabb; S II Ray; G Nolle; M E English;

leave out several' articles, among which the resolution, and also that "great into disregarding; the due course of each offence or imprisoned not exceeding Mary E Titus; Henry T Titus EdwardII

is a lengthy one written by Col. D. L. I pressure is being brought to bear by the the law. His pious solicitude is presently 60 days at the discretion of the court. Titus; F A Losley; C A M Webber
T W Smith W F Futch S A Belcher
Gaulden, in regard:: to the rights of Ti- Railroad Company. so' extraordinary that I cannot but This ordinance shall take effect immedi- alderman; AV; R Knox; M;E Gruber; LA

tusville favoring free wharfage, etc. It The reason why the meeting: did not wonder if lie has at all times been of ately on its approval by the mayor and Brady; James E Bowman; Jno M Dixon;

is about the same argument as that part take action is because the crowd present like mind. He wants the Attorney- publication for thirty days S F Gray; C A Gardner Frank Renaker;

of Messrs. Robbins & Graham's appeal did not fully understand all the particu- General to take a peep into the County Approved July 10th, A. D. 1890. Hugh Boyd; SS Singleton; Dora Deisner

which-refers to the Railway Commissicn lars of the matter under discussion. Court. "Well, yes, by Gosh !" as old llE. J. R. WILSON, Osborne Edward DeCourcey Robert Morrow; Wm K Jas Wood Pritchard; A M
,
;
;
and the Railroad and Steamboat lines of This was evident by conversation held Tom Daughtry used to say.I Mayor of Titusville.The president of the Indian River Bank;

Florida. with different persons on the subjectthe wonder, if,in all cases, "AntiSaloon"has following had its first and second Frank T Budge; C C Miller; James P

following day or two. The nameson been so zealous to have the prosecuting reading and on motion and second was Miller; J F O'Boyle; J E Gruber Geo B

THE financial statement appended to the petition certain'y showed that the ; officers of the State peep into the passed: Rumph; Jno Walker; It Scrimgeour

the proceedings of our County fathers, "reasonableness of the Council's action"did criminal concerns of the county. What Town of Titusville, Brevard Co., Fla. James Myers;Silvertooth A C Gardner; Chr; John F Fischer Simonson W; II G

published this week, makes a mos t gratifying not so appear to very many of our motive has he for all this malevolence? Whereas, section 21 of the act for the in- W Martin; Valentine Gailor R A Bob-

announcement of the financialaffairs citizens. In further justice to ourselveswe What mortal injury has young Hall corporation of cities and towns, gives to bitt; E S Hamilton; W II Harris.

of our county. Everyone that desire to say that the Railroad Com done him that he should seek to tarnisha said cities and towns the power: .to regulate Then followed the call.

reads it must be of the opinion that we pany are not bringing: any pressure to :good officer's standing ? What has wharfage, dockage and the mooringand Titusville, Fla., July 12th, 1890.
To the Hon. Board of Aldermen of the
are rapidly coming to the top out of bear on tie Town Council. This pres- the Judge of the County Court done anchorage of vessels within their Town of Titusville:
debt. By the time another twelve months sure is all brought by the people of Ti-
this "unco'oocl and righteous" scribe corporate limits and the power to construct Gentlemen pursuance of a petitionof -
has passed away, with as good financier- tusville. The Railroad Company are that he shoul bear false witness against wharves, quays and docks; and 56 citizens of the Town of Titusville

ing as the past year, we will be practically able to take care of themselves. him about the mir dire examinations of whereas further the Supreme Court of asking a call meeting of the Board '>f

out of debt, and perhaps have a Lastly, we: would also say that three the jurors? What :grudge does he bear the State of Florida has decided in the Aldermen the of of the reconsidering Town of Titusville, amendingor for

surplus. We know the Honorable Board members of the Town Council, now in the/town of Titusville that he should case of Geiger vs Filor 8th Florida page repealing purpose the Ordinance or Ordinances

has received so many kicks and censures Titusville, favor the repealing of the or- lie against: her people? How dare this 325, that said cities and towns have passed on the 10th of July, A. D. 1890.

from one source and another that dinances of last Thursday, or will be canting and conceited Pharisee assumeto authority to erect wharves at the terminiof You are hereby requested) to convene
feel few knew the consider liberal substitute your honorable body in Call Session at
they must as though willing to a set standard of conscience for
up a their streets abutting on a navigableriver the Town Hall at 3 o'clock p. m., on this
exact measure of things they have dealt so we do not see how "Mr. Turner can courts people] ? What meat hath he
or and to exact toll for the use thereof 12th day of July, A. D. 1890, waivingthe
with, but we are confident that the great hold the deciding: vote," as Messrs. eaten ? From what oracle hath he I and to lease the same with authorityin usual legal notice.

majority of our County must unite in Robbins & Graham say in their article. come to direct the course of morals or the lessee to levy toll ; and whereas Given under my hand and seal this

saying: "Well done, thou good and The reason why we refer to these of law ? further the East Coast Transportation the 12th day of July, A. D. 1890.
faithful servant!" I portions of their argument is because BENJ. R."WILSON, Mayor Titusville.
He claims that the Court permittedthe wharf
I Company has offered to construct a S. A. BELCHER, E. L. BRADY.WM. .
II
I they are liable to give many people down attorneys for the defence to frame a and tram-road from the river bank at M. BROWN, WALTER S. Giu uASI-

JIOW TITUSVILLE IS SITUATED the river a false impression of the real jury test which excluded] temperancemen Broad street to the channel of the Indian On motion and second it was resolvedto

facts of the case. No such "tempest"as from the jury. That's another lie. River and make the use of said wharf lay over and withold from publicationthe
Titusville wish say that of ]last Thursday, Friday and ordinances passed at the last meeting '
The people of to The test adopted by the Court was a and tram-road free to the public excepta
to all the people up and down the river Saturday was expected by the counselof question of opposition to the enforce- small fee for wharfage sufficient to council.until the next regular meeting of

that they are not opposed in the least to the East Coast Transportation Company ment of the law and the accused excepted keep said wharf in good repair, the ,Whereupon. S. Jones, on behalf of

a competing: steamboat line to the In- and it is hoped that they will to the ruling.; amount of said fee to b p fixed by the S. A. Belcher, offered the following

dian River Steamboat Company. The take a much more conservative stand in With evidently much appreciation of Town of Titusville. Now therefore, in ordinances and resolutions:
this before the time for the :No. Whereas an ordinance No. -
of Titus- matter next
merchants and business men his smartness "Anti-Saloon" the the said
own pro- consideration of premises, without title certain and
giving rights
ville are as much interested in competi- meeting: of the Town Council. I mires to bury the County Court without East Coast Transportation Company is privileges to ,the East Coast Transportation -

tition as anyone on Indian River. Com- a. funeral song, or words to that effect ; hereby granted the privilege of constructing Company was passed at the last
petition is to their closest personal in- LACRANCE. but that's a lie in anticipation. lie shall and maintaining a tramroadand regular meeting of the Town Council ;

terests. Yet we find everyone of them not have a thing to do with the Court: wharf from the river bank on Broad and whereas such ordinance is contraryto
We are pleased to state that Frank the wishes: of the people of Titusville;
feigning the petition calling upon the neither with the doctoring it nor with street to the channel of the river, on the and whereas alderman W. S. Graham OB
Carlile is much better and i is able to be
Town Council to rescind the extreme burying it, unless George Hall sues him terms aforesaid, and to use and controlthe the part of said Transportation Company

ordinances passed at last Thursday's out again. in it for libel, as he ought to do. same jointly with the public for the was present and took part as such alder-
Are they dead to their own Miss Joe Brady is: spending a week or man in the passage of such ordinance
meeting. A t last he says Titusville has fallen period of five years, at the end of which
and whereas the rules have been duly
? No! but they do not want two in Titusville with her brother Mr.
interests into the hands of the saloon element. time said dock and tram-road shall be- suspended for the introduction of this

to have the East Coast Transportation E. L. Brady. That this is a lie, too, I need only pointto come the property of the town. Said ordinance; therefore be it ordained by

Company fighting the Indian River Most of our citizens attended the cele- those recent developments which J go tram-road and wharf may be built along the Town Council of the Town of Titu-:

Steamboat Company over our shoulders.If bration of the Fourth at Titusville. All to prove that Titusville is, for the present either side of the dock at present opera- ville, that the said ordinance giving
certain rights and privileges to said East
our town has legal rights to the wo have heard from report a most de- at least, in hands more baleful ted by the J. T. & K. W. Railway Co., Coast Transportation Company, be here

street now used by the railroad, let us lightful day; everything went off nicely, than those of her saloon-keepers wouldbe. and from the river bank west to a con- by repealed in toto.

jro to work in the proper way to estab- the mu ic was grand, and we must acknowledge OBSERVER. nection with Washington avenue, as Held to next regular meeting for coa-

lish this right. We cannot be unjust to we felt a little proud that shall be most convenient. Said struct- sideration.No. '
LAKE WORTH-
2-Be it ordained by the Town
ourselves in giving the Railroad Company Editor took the first in the
our prize ures shall be constructed within one Council of the Town of Titusville that
the right to it by extending the boat race, but must admit it was just Fine weather and fat mosquitoes.The year from the date of this grant and the ordinance, without title No. passedat

time of possession to the limit of seven what we expected. Emily B. arrived from Jacksonville opened to the public or this grant shall the last regular meeting of said Crunch -

years; but it is to our interest and also on the 1st. become void, provided that should said assuming to regulate the wharfage,
the interest of the entire Indian River SPECIAL EXCURSION TO NEW YORK. Owing to bad weather there was no construction be etc., at the termini of the streets of said
picnic on the Fourth for the first time in delayed by legal proceed- Town, be and the same is hereby repealed -
that we should not attempt to usurp years. The rifle-match came off at Juno ings the period of such delay shall be in toto.
their rights or privileges by too hasty The Clyde Steamship Co., will give a and resulted in favor of the Lake Worth deducted from the one year given to Held for further consideration.
' action. The undue haste already manifested special excursion from Jacksonville to team. complete said structures. And provided No. 3-Whereas at the meeting of the .

in this direction, it appears, was New York and return for members of Carl Curtis paid his Lake Worth further that the town of Titusville shall Town certain Council ordinances held on July without 10th title instanttwo one

for the sole benefit and interest of the the G. A. R., and friends to attend the friends a visit on the 3rd. be put to no expense for legal proceed- to grant certain privileges to the East I'

new steamboat company. I grand encampment of the G. A. R., in P. Lennon's steam engine has arrived ings in defending this grant, but all such Coast Transportation Company and one '
have in 12th. The will and will soon be set up. the of the Town of Titus- 1
Any right that our town may a Boston on August rate shall be paid by said East Coast declaring right
legal also to restrict or control be 29.15 for'the round trip and tickets' J. T. Earnest is again confined to his expense ville to control wharves, etc., at the ,j
sense, bed by sickness. Transportation Company.Done termini of the streets of the Town, etc..
will be recognized by the will be on sale at the company's office in
wharfage Sunday school in the West Side school and ordered at regular meetingof etc., and pa."I..oo-and whereas the said '1
Council when brought up in a calm and Jacksonville, good to leave on ships appointed house on the 6th, and a Service of song the Town Council of the Town of ordinances are apparently against the \,

dispassionate manner, and we expect to sail from there on August 3rd instead of the regular Services imme- Titusville at the council chamber in said wishes of the people of said TO\vnz there:1:1

the Railroad Company will meet us in and 7th, and will be good to return on diately afterward. Election for officersof town this 10th day of July A. D. 1890. fore be it resolved that rule X be suspended !I'
that ordinances repealing or
the Sunday school for the next six so
New York October
like manner. any ship from up to months resulted in the election (lot the In witness whereof this order has been amending the aforesaid ordinances may
One of the incorporators of the East 31st, 1890. This will give the people of following: Geo. S. Rowley, Sup't, Geo. signed by me the president of said coun- be in order.

Coast Transportation Company has in- Florida an opportunity to make a cheap I' A. Gale, ass't Sup't, Julian M. Rowley, cil at said council meeting, and attestedby Held for next meeting.
formed the editor of the STAR that he round trip to New York. Early application :secretary, Judge A. E. Heyser, treasurer, the clerk with the seal of the After a hot and sharp discussion W.be-S.
corpora- Messrs. D. L. Gaulden
Miss Hattie L. Gale librarian andIis.'i tween
considered the courts the place to settle to F. M. Ironmonger, Jr, Florida tion this and E. L. Brady
Nellie B. Gale, organist. The Christian day year aforesaid.E. Graham, Geo. M. Robbins,
tho differences between the two com- Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville Union has just received an invoice of L. BRADY, President. und Minor S. Jones, the Board adjourneduntil
panies. Fla., will secure choice of state- new singing books which were used for Attest J. P. BLAKE, town clerk. July 24th, A. D. 1890, at 3:30 p. m,.
I
Then why did Messrs. Robbins & rooms. the first time at the Service of song. [TOWN SEAL.] Attest J. P. BLAKE, Town clerk-

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AN APPEAL THE PEOPLE. the wharf subject td the control of the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING. tion of C. H. and W. Racey, and also of 1 COCOA.

railroad commission and the Florida A. N. Clark, for a lower valuation of
When the railroad commission of court. The "Gentleman in New York" certain real estate, and it appearing the Sheriff J. E. Bowman, of Titusville.was .
Florida decided that the J. T. & K. W. trick would be TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., Fla.,
played out. is it is ordered that
Co. had no right under its July 7th, 1890. assessment correct, in Cocoa Tuesday.Mr. .
Railway The railroad is also somewhat cramped the be denied.
charter to charge wharfage, its charter for time, as they have but ten days to The Honorable Board of County Com- The petitions Board then took a recess until Walter A. Howland, of..Titu\'ilI

business being carriage only, and further answer our complaint to the railroad missioners in and for said county met two p. m. After recess the Board convened was in town last Thursday.Mr. .

that it was its common law duty to commission, and it may be difficult to this day according to law, when the following ; same members present.A .
wharf for the conduct J. II. of Point
maintain a free of evade the wharf question. It is signifi- discussion on and means en Hayes, City spent
its business with boats, wherever it cant, that Capt. Watson has given our members were present : Robert. ways a few days in Cocoa last week.

voluntarily built to a navigable stream, council Morrow, chairman J. M. Sanders, A. J. sued.Report
just ten days to rescind the ordi- ; of S. H. Ray, Treasurer, Bre Mr. W. R. Sanders and family, of In-
and forbid said company to continue to nance. If the town council can be Carter and C. E. Chaffee, with A. A. vard Co., for quarter ending July 7,
charge wharfage at Palatka to the De- forced out of its present attitude on the Stewart, clerk; and J. E. Bowman, 1890. dianola, were.in Cocoa Saturday.

Bary-Baya line of steamboats, the orders street question and the street allowed to 1890. Dr. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Blauvelt.of O?teen,
sheriff. GENERAL FUND.
of the commission and the laws of Floridawere be closed at its end, the "Gentleman in
bet at naught by an ingenious sub New York" can charge such wharfage as The minutes of the last meeting were April 7, to bal. from last report, $135.65 Fla., are visiting friends in Cocoa.

terru e. The railroad company filed a will make steamboat competition on the read and approved.It amount rec'ved Controller Mrs. E. E. Hill was veiling her sister,

plea in the United States Court, togetherwith Indian River impossible. A fearful appearing that T. J. Eaton & Co. sale tax certif., !))2.83.e Mrs. C. E. Willard, of City Point last
that the wharf which 8, amount rec'd. E. W.
affidavit
an pressure is being brought to bear on the
have filed their petition signed by a week.
.....
they used at Palatka belonged to a town council which is: now a tie on the majority of the registered voters of Hall, county tax., 941.14
who citizen of the 8, amount rec'd E. W.Hall Mrs. Johnson is few weeks
gentleman was a state question of receding from their position, 2 Brevard Florida spending a
Precinct No. county, ,
.....
of New York. That this gentleman Mr. Turner, who is now away, holding under chapter 3,416 of the laws of Florida \ license, 1889! 27.32lay ; with her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Willard,
: 13 rec'd W.
charged the wharfage and they merely the We need the moral I amount E.
deciding vote.
asking that the right Le granted to of City Point.
Hall ...... 965.05.
tax
county ,
collected it his Of the
course of all
as agent. support who desire competition on them to sell intoxicating liquors, wines
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court sustained the right of the New the river. The whole thing rests with I and beer in said Precinct No. 2, Brevard amount rec'd E. W. The many friends of Mr. Leon J. Con-
.....
Hall license 1889 2.81June
York gentleman to charge for the use of Titusville as to the possibility of compe- county, and the said petitioners having oya are pleased to see him again on
I
2 R. Morrow R. P. P
hU private property in FIOI ida. The tition. She is seat and this ( ),
your county ing published the said petition for the Indian River.A .
Sub-Tropical ........... 126.36
wharfage charge was thus placed beyondthe is a county question. Let your voice be term of two weeks preceding its presentation -
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control of either the railroad heard 9, "E. W. Hall, co. tax., 156.38 little daughter arrived last Tuesday
commission and if it is against us: then the and having made the affidavit re- "
or the courts of Florida. The East Coast Transportation Company will 25; per Com- evening to brighten the home of Mr. and
quired by law, troller.................... 419.06
court further said that if the charge was retire from the field. If you sustain us It is, therefore, ordered that the said Mrs. W. P. Underwood.Mrs. .
exorbitant there was no remedy except you will have the competing line. It is T. J. Eaton & Co. be granted the right
$2,866.60Cr. C. J. Schoonmaker and little
through the legislature.We your fight as well as ours. aforesaid, and the Tax Collector of Bre son

have good reason to believe that THE EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION Co. yard county is hereby authorized to Charlie returned home Friday from their

the J. T. & K. W. intended to play the by ROBBINS & GRAHAM, its Attorneys grant the said firm a license. July 7, By warrants turned over I visit to Georgia, and Sanford, Fla.

same trick here at Titusville. They The Board adjourned for a recess un- County Comrs.......... 1790.77 :Miss Willie May, who has charge of
could stand! by and let the railroad commission til two p. in. After recess the Board balance.................. 1075.83
order them to stop! charging LAGRANGE. convened at two p. m., the same mem- the Sanders' school at Indianola, spent

wharfage, etc., and then collect it as bers being present. To bat on hand, $1075.83 $2866.60 Saturday with her parents: at Rockledge.Mr. .

agents for the gentleman in New York. Miss Florence Norwood, of Titusville, The Board of County Commissioners L. J. Canova, Misses Julia Roberts
Here dilemma for the East Coast passed the following order: In the matterof
was a
is visit of few at her 1890. ROAD FUND: Dr.
out on a a days asking and D. Galbraith and Mrs. Ruby Mooreare
Our perplexity the petition of R. C. Scrimgeour -
Transportation Compauy. cousin's, Julia Feaster.Mr. 7 To bal. from last $130.44 ,
was increased by learning that if we for a rebate of $5.75 for the year April" ", report, taking a cruise down to Lake Worthon
fell back on our first plan of extending Joe Gruber i is: at Mr. Rumph's 1889: It is ordered that the rebate be amt. recd from Com- the sloop Arrow,
the city dock and building a tram to the assisting him in taking stock; it looks allowed, and a warrant for such amountbe troller,sale tax certif.,
1889 622; Mr. F. Bergman and family: of New
natural him there. issued the General Fund where- ,
depot, the railroad would meet us by quite to see on ,
fromRW.'liaYi
8 amt. York of Mr. and Mrs.
the Board adjourned until ninea. are guests Lipp.
further
mile
moving the depot half a Mr. Johnson's friends will be sorry to upon. county tax.............. 235.23 Mr. Bergman has a place at Indianola on
west where they propose to put in a Y learn that he has lost his fine mare Jim- m. to-morrow. May 13, amnt. recd. from E. which he is building a home.

track. This would of course deprive us! mie; she died a few days ago ; has! been Titusville, Brevard Co., Fla., W. Hall, county tax, 241.68 I
of all passenger business and make our sick a long time. July 8th, 1890. June !9, amt. recd. from E. I There was quite a large attendance at

freight transfers so expensive!: as to be Pursuant to adjournment, the Boardof 'V. Hall, county tax, 39.13 i the ladies' sewing society last Friday .
unprofitable.We Mr. Jake Mendel: has accepted a posi. County Commissioners met at ninea. u 25, amnt. recd. from E. I afternoon. The ladies had ice cream for
tion from Mr. Gardner as clerk in his sale which .
adopted the only course we couldsee m. Members present : Robert Morrow W. Hall, per Com- was very refreshing.A

out of these difficulties. We broughtto store and his pleasant attraction.manner and quick chairman ; J. M. Sanders, P. A.McMillan troller.................... 104.76 game of base ball was played Friday -
the attention of the town council the attention is quite an A. J. Carter and C. E. Chaf- afternoon between the two local

fact that the railroad and railroad wharf Mr. and Mr*. Ray spent Saturday fee, with A. A. Stewart, clerk, and J. E. $757.46Cr. nines, the "butterflies" and the "toughs.! .u

were constructed upon the center line of evening and night at Mr. Johnson's ; we Bowman, sheriff. the "butterflies" were again the losers.

Broad street, a public street of the town were sorry they could not remain longer The following bills were audited and 4
Dr. J. 0. Scofield and Mr. A. I. Moore
Titusville.. That this street had been and attend church and Sunday school.Several ordered paid from the General Fund : July 7, By warrants paid and started for Ankonaat
Thursday morning
first dedicated to the public by a map of of Titusville's clerks II. J. Brown, jailor, feeding pris
which the doctor has land
Co.Commissioners.
Titusville put on record by Mr. and )lr-. young the with oners, ...:............................... $:; 9.20 732.78 place some
Titus in 1870, and the dedication was were out Sunday, spending day N. N. Penny, arranging voting "Bal.,..................... 24.68 which he intends to improve and plant
relatives and friend we were pleased to with
again shown by the LeBaron map of them and they, will come often. places,................................... 2.30J. pineapples.
1881. That the street was first openedup see hope Pritchard, interest (No. 126 and $757.46 The base ball club have secured a lot

( in 187G when 1>r. Dixon had the post Tengue Norwood has accepted a position 120,...................................... 13.70 from Mr. J.1.. Sanders near his residence
office upon it and that the end of it wasa on Mr. Belcher's trade boat ; we Mary E. Futch, pauper,............ 4.00 To bal. on hand, $24.68. and are having it cleared. Their

free public landing from 1876 to 1886 know now )lr. It's business will thrive Charity Padgett, ............ 5.00 1890. SINKING: : FUND. Dr. former ground was too far out of townto

when the railroad took possession. The Qiul increase for Teague is a most excel Rachel! Revels ............ 4.00 7 To bal. from last $204.57 allow many to attend the games.

railway company took possession: undera lent clerk. Mary Morgan, ............ 5.00A. April" ", amnt. recd. Comptroller report- The second quarterly conference will
from the ............ 8.00L.
deed the street Henderson
quit claim to J. ,
Mr. Oliver of Titusville was out riding sale tax certif. be held in the Methodist church
,
: next
its dedi- ............ 4.00P.
original proprietor 9 years after Sunday on that fine horse of his; he Eaufala, 1889! ,....................... 27.91 Saturday and Sunday. The presiding
............ 8.00
cation to the public in 187C. They certainly i is a handsome animal, as liepassed M. Young, 8, amnt. reed. E. W. elder, Rev. T. J. Nixon, will be present!
........... 100.00
taken deed to all \\ R. Sanders, .
might a* well have a a little boy remarked, ''look how asses-sor Hall, county tax ..... 470.62 Special revival services: will be continuedfor
the streets of the town as to this: one. R. C. Scrinigeour, rebate on tax, 13 amnt. reed. E. W. the next two weeks. Rev. J. Bolton

They knew it gave them nothing more he shines. 1889, .................................... 5.75 May Hall, county tax ..... 483.27 will be assisted! in the services by Rev.

than color of title, on which to found Mrs. Johnson received a handsome P. A. McMillan, County Commis. 4.25 June 9, amnt. recd. E. W. II. Hice, of Sanford and Rev. Barnard,
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adverse possession, and Mrs. Titus refused calendar clock from Mrs. Ray as a birth- A. J. Carter, 20 SO Hall, county tax, ..... 78.28 of Leesburg. '
to warrant the title, merely doing day present ; she cannot now say, whenwe J. )1.Sanders, 23.00 25; amnt. reed. E.V..
what was in her power to induce the ask her to do anything for us, she Hennie Brown, janitress............ 10.00J. Hall 209.53 NOTICE OF ELECTION.

road to come here at that time, leavingthe hasn't time. E. Bowman, sheriff ............... 48.00 July 7, amnt.,per overpaid Comptroller,.......,. 84.99
question of the legality of the deed warmest weatheris H. Myers, repairing flue and 9 recd. General OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -
It as though our ,
seems : .............. 4.25S.
their risk. A few back, during pump at Court-house 8th 1890.
as years the refreshing showers we Fund orderof CountyCommisioners July ,
about over
; .. ............ 159.60
.. .
)Olr. Guulden' term as Mayor, the railway have had has cooled both earth and air ; II. Ray, Treasurer 8.75C. ,........ 1,000.00 Whereas, the Titusville school) .di trict
sought to get the town to and evenings are a little Geo. B. Hall, Deputy-Sheriff has been made sub-district in
company the mornings a :;cord-
..... 2 .20
asked E. Chaffee County Commr .
but they ,
grant them the street, as too cool for some. 2559.17! ance with the laws providing therefor,
tor it all, leaving nothing for the public, here The Board continued to equalize taxes. (Sec. 19, Chap. 3872, No. 26.)
Mr. Gaulden advised against it, and the Hc,'. Mr. Cohen held service They took a recess until two p. m., and Cr. An election is hereby ordered to beheld

grant was refused by the council. We Sunday ; there was: quite a large excellent congregation commenced business again, the same July 7, By warrants and interest at the Court House on the 12th dayof

*et out these facts to the present council out ; after one of his members being present, equalizing taxes. paid and turned over August, for the purpose of deciding

and pointed out that the company had sermon he administered the holy communion The report of S. H. Ray, Treasurer, to Co.Coramisnrs1,.....$2,559.17 whether the district shall be specially

been in adverse possession of the street to the members.We was received and approved. taxed to raise funds: over and above the

and specially of the riparian rights at spent a most Jelightful day with Amount of warrants paid and turned To balm on hand, $84.99. state and county tax, to increase the

its end for five years, and in two years Mrs. Fro{' her last week, and must say over to County Commissioners: 1890. BUILDING FUND. Dr. privileges or opportunities, (more particularly '

more they would have title! by adverse her watermelons were the finest we ever General Fund....................... $1790.77 to enlarge the school house No.
from last 297.78
p**ession. The council immediately ateve thought Mrs. Coleman's could Road Fund, .......................... 732.78 April" "7, To" bal. recd. report, 2)! at which election only taxpayers

II**$ed an ordinance asserting the tOWII'Sright not be beaten but found Mrs. F's ahead. Sinking Fund ....................... 2,564.67 amnt.sale tax Comptroller certif.-, upon real or personal property shall. be

to the street and to a free and passagefor Titusville's postmaster and lady were P. A. McMillan and C. E. Chaffee were 1889 ....................... 6.97 entitled to vote.
the people of the town countyover the above The ballot shall be a piece of plain
River. A penaltywas out riding Sunday in their newly pur- appointed a committee to burn 8, "E. \V. Hall, co.tax,.. 117.65
it to the Indian cancelled scrip.Committed .. white paper with the words: printed or
Mrs. Johnson's 120.81
to chased buggy ; they called at May 13,
fixed for any toll.one attempting a short time ; they seemed very returned, and having reported June 9, .e.. 19.57 written upon it : 'for'a special tax" or
charge nharface or burned, were discharged.On "against a special tax.
with their turn-out, and scrip 25 Comptroller
satisfied per
this well
of
l'i;on learning of the passage manifested indeed they certainly ought to. motion, the County Treasurer is instructed .................... 52.38 Also at the same time and place, three
ordinance great excitement was! to pay an interest-bearing! warrant I Trustees shall be elected.

by the railroad and steamboat To the readers of the STAR who are on Sinking Fund of $1,000 from the To balance on hand,................. 615.16 Boundaries of Titusville school districtBeginning :
officials and threats were made to run mostly interested in the La Grange General Fund. The Board adjourned to first Monday at the half-mile post on the
the railroad down the river, then up the items we would say that their disappoint The Board adjourned until nine a. m. in 1890. I west boundary of section 33 of township

river, then down on the grant, and in ment in not having any last week was next day. August, A. A. STE\V AnT. Clerk. 21! south of range 35 east; thence run

various other directions. An indignation I no fault of our, as they were mailed in Pursuant to adjournment the Board of By J. P. BLAKE D. C. I south along the west line of section 33 of
meeting was called at which Judge Jones time to reach Titusville Tuesday evening.We Commissioners convened at ninea. said township and along the west line of

presided, and a resolution of the introduced council understand Mr. Otis Feaster, of County. m. July 9, 1890. Members present : The Board of County Commissioners section 4 of township 22 Lange continueon 35 east,
action thence
reciting that and the ill advised and m inimical Micanopy.is visiting his grandfather. Robert Morrow, chairman ; P. A. )lc- show that the county is i n debt to dateas to the Delespine Grant,south two miles,
was hasty! and John M. Feaster. We have not as yet :Millan A. J. Carter and C. E. Chaffee follows : the same course
to the railroad company, thence turn an angle of 90' and run east
requesting the council to meet at had the pleasure of meeting him, but with A. A. Stewart, clerk, and J. E. General Fund .....J............... $1,093.00 to Indian River thence meander the

ouce and rescind its action. After a hope to do so before he leaves. He is a !sheriff.:! Warrant Sinking Fund,......... 370.80 shore of Indian River northerly to the
heated discussion the reasonableness of brother of our little friend Sallie Feaster. On motion, it is ordered that warrants any per Balance: Sub-Tropical due now, 140.00 northeast corner of the Delespine Grant
Sub-Tropical
the council's action began to appear to so son holding any and continue northerly along the Riverto
school superintendent was
Our Sunday issued in 1887 and 1888, will please pre- $1,603.80AmU
of the citizens that the meeting the north line of the Town of Titus-
many pleased to enter five new names on for that the
quite sent them at once payment
adjourned without action on the resolu- his roll last Sunday. He says when his warrant book be retired. ville, being opposite the point of beginning .
tions. The next day a petition was circulated feels that his work is may Sub-Tropical due January, thence run west along the north

praying the council to rescind its school not in vain grows, and, he we all know he is the assessment The Tax roll Assessor, and after having an presented equalizationof his 1891.................. $1,500.00The boundary of the south half of sections 33

action and largely signed. Great pressure -I very life of our school and are glad to see taxes by the Board, it was ordered millage for the ensuing year is, and 34 of township 21, range 35 east to

is being brought to bear on the council him encouraged. that it be accepted and approved.On for all purposes : the half-mile post'on the west boundaryof

by the railroad people. disheartened motion it is ordered that the following General Fund, ......... 4 mill! section 33, the same being the point of
The situation is as follows at present: Uncle Jake is entirely the cattle taxes shall be levied and assessedfor Building ......... beginning; said land embracing the
their about his sweet potatoes, .. south half of sections 33 and 34 of township -
: If the council do not recede from them have decided the county, for all purposes? for the Sinking .. 1
, p*ition on the street question, the having once tasted let for those 1890, as follows: 4 mills for General Road ......... 21, range"35 east and all of sections!
"Gentleman in New York" cannot affordto they are too good of.to It is grow true the fenceis year Fund, J mill for Building Fund, School Board has issued 3 and 4 in township 22. range 35 east,
1 the railroad wharf friends he spoke for school 5 and a part of the Delespine Grant.
I claim ownership of best and they insist on mill for Road Fund, 1 mill for Sinkingand purposes
, because if he builds a wharf in a public not the very and helping themselves Interest Fund ; and that the Assessor State for all purposes, 6| Inspectors of Election
\ i' street it belongs to the public. The breaking it down last week to see be ordered to make his assessment ac Respectfully submitted, SAM'L H. RAY, ED. L..BRADY
; railroad could claim to own it and save he went over one looked day and found about cordingly.On s ROBERT MORROW, D. L. GAULDF.N, GEO. B. Rt I?x.

,I their structures by condemnation proceeding how everything head devouring them. motion in the matter of the peti- Chairman. JNO H. SAMS, Co., Supft.

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it and immediately climbed in ana resumed lie- Wa Snow Hllnd. Notice. c,. tTHardware. SECTOR:: ,

his seat beside the fishermen.This Winks-Aren't you glad to see the In Circuit Court for Dade County and

was repeated many times duringthe snow? State of Florida.-In Chancery. and

day. At about sundown Dick Blinks Yes; but, hang it, I can't see Rufus K. Sewall et alvs

swims out to .the steam tug Pelican, anything else!-Lowell Citizen.A Bill for Partition. General Produce

climbs up on deck and sleeps there all John J. Hedrick and

night. He also sometimes sleeps on Prtxn>> of Her Love. Bern o Sequi and .

LOVING COUPLE'S CLEVER SCHEMEThe shore under the end of the pier.COr.Los He-Do you really love ma, darling? Dionesia Sequi his wife I Order for MERCHANT.

Angeles Express.Says She-Yes, really. To prove it I'll name and their heirs&assigns) Publication. Melbourne. FloridaBROS1

Ilrideaniald and Groomsman Marry my dog after you.-Yankee Blade. Whereas it appears by the bill of com-
Publicly Instead of Kloplns. I lie Was Buried Alive. I plaint filed in the above entitled cause that

The guests who gathered at the Presby-t The local press is puzzled over the case all of the defendants therein are unknown, HODGSON

terian church in Brocklaw, Mo., to see of John J. O'Connor, which is certainlya Lost'Diamonds at Newport. and their residences unknown. !

William Mason and Miss Delia McIntyre most remarkable one. It was claimed NEWPORT, R I., July 12.-Mrs. Paran And whereas it appears further that said

made man and wife were treated to a that he had died and that his body was Stevens reported to the police that a bill is filed for the purpose of effecting a General Merchants

surprise that has set the tongues of village taken to the morgue, where it was iden- I pair of diamond bracelets valued attjOOO a partition of the Samuel Miles Grant,containing -
were missing from her apart- sixteen thousand acres situated in ,
in most ,
wagging a persistent
gossips
tified by his wife, who had him buried in
ments. said l'onnhin township :"S and 30 south
manner. Mason's best man was Edwin Calvary cemetery. A few days later it and '41 and 42 east,sometimes known Eau G-allie Florida.
Sedgwick, a well to do young farmer, was claimed that O'Connor was alive, Wyoming Is a State. ranges the "John M. Hansen ,
and the maid of honor was Miss Mildred WASHINGTON 12.-The presidentlate designated as
that his wife had been mistaken, and July Grant described by metes and bounds as
Turner the in the yesterday afternoon approved the INDIAN RIVER
prettiest girl county
that the man who was taken to the grave follows: Beginning at a point on the west
act tor the admission of Wyoming as a
and a daughter of Samuel Turner, a rich
was not that of her husband.It bank of Indian river for the northeast
state of the Union. Steam or Sail Boats for
stock raiser of Craig. Charter by the
now transpires that there is every corner thereof and the southeast comer to
Sedgwick and Miss Turner had been reason to believe that O'Connor was not The Bermuda Cable Working. fractional section 12, township 3,; south
keeping company for some time, but it 41 east said point being marked Day, Week or Month
buried but in his ,
range
by proxy, own proper HALIFAX, X. S., July 12.-The Bermuda ____ __ _
was known that old man Turner had person, some time between the night of cable is working. The newspapers with a light wood post 4 feet high and J> -- --- u

promised his daughter in marriage to a Feb. 10 and afternoor of Wednesday. exchanged congratulatory tele- inches square, marked B.: C. I. J. II. on

young lawyer of Craig, whose prospectsfor O'Connor was seen Saturday night and :'rums. south side and S. 12. on the north side from Drugs Drugs! Drugs S1!

political preferment are said to be i stated most emphatically that the grave which a pine marked X II bears south 10
flattering. Miss Turner, it was also I BUY THE BIGHT MEDICINE west 284 links and a pine stump bears
in' the is and he exhibited
empty,
cemetery
north 5:,! west 167 links distant ; thence A Fine Assortment
known, heartily detested this law- : of
young
a cut that had been made half way The day of teas, decoction, infusionsand south t;G west along the north line of this
yer, but in compliance with her father'swishQs I across the abdomen. He is of the opinion such ,Iolhas passed: and is being survey by mile posts duly marked in said DIU'US,

she had promised to become his I that he was really buried and that his replaced by fluid extracts. The latest survey across the :St. Lucie river north and PATENT M1IDICINKS,

bride. The date for their wedding had I body was taken up and conveyed to a United States Dispensatory says in thisconnection :-outh"hranches nine miles to a light wood SYKINGES,

been set, and, in consideration:: of this I dissecting room while in a state of suspended : potl feet high, 4 inches square markedJ. ST.\TIOSEHY.
fact, old man Turner agreed to allow his I animation, and that when the "Both decoctions and infusions have now II. on its southeast face for northwest FANCY & TOILET

daughter to play bridesmaid to Sed ;- first incision was made it caused a flow become almost obsolete,and deservedly so." corner to said survey ; thence south 24 ARTICLESKept

wick's groomsman at the wedding of i of blood which restored him to consciousness. In view of the above advanced idea and east long the west line to this survey three constantly: on hand.
; stubborn facts we l leg to call attention to miles to marked II Physicians' Prescriptions
their mutual frien William Mason and He states that he went lightwood post on carefully
to a lodging
Miss.McIntyre I, the Prickly Ash, Poke root and Potassium northeast face and three notches on northwest compounded at all hours.
house and that he knew
Monday evening,
The Compound which has gained such a notoriety anglethence north 06 east along' J. B. SCREVEN
Mason-Mclntyra was
ceremony nothing more until Wednesday night and is the south line of Druggist,
I undoubtedly this survey nine miles to a
duly performed by Rev. Alexander when he found himself seated the TITUSVILLE FLA.
on ,
GREATK BLOOD PURIFIERof : mastic i>ost! ;5 feet high -1in.. square markedII
Campbell, and while the guests were court house steps in a dazed condition, the age. lias cured more rheumatism, : on north face on west bank of Indian -- ------ -- -
awaiting the exit of the bridal party the I weak and sick. St. Louis Letter. HAVINCf BOUGHT THE INDIAN
syphilis, scrofula, old sores, skin diseases, river for southeast corner of said survey
surprise was sprung upon them. The Mood taints, etc., in the last six month-, and corner of fractional section 19; thence: IUVE1I BAKfiUY

clergyman had barely spoken the words I Tobogganing In Switzerland. than all the other Blood remedies on the north :2o west along the meander of the We will Keep on Hand Every Day

which made Delia Mclntyre Mrs. market. It is humbug secret hut bank of Indian and St. Lode river
child in no no a we t ,
Switzerland
Every has his or FRESH BREAD
when Sedgwick and Miss Iason'l her little sledge and down preparation ('OIIII'I| scd of the fluid extractsof which forms the eastern boundary of the CAKES, PIES,
merrily
vanced to the altar. The goes Prickly I :hh, Poke Hoot, Queen's Delight main portion of said survey, three miles to
ETC. ALSO
the covered hillsides
whispered a few words: to the snow and steep and Sarsaparilla: : with the Iodide of Potassium first mentioned bounds thereof in form a

at the same time handing him minister'l streets and lanes. This is unsophisticated added; physicians endorse it as a parallelogram nine miles long and three Bottlers of Sodawater GingerAle

riage license. There was a little stir up i I tobogganing, but art steps in, and down I :splendid combination. It i is a powerfultonic I miles wide, between complainant and the ,

in front, but before any one realized the steep hillside prepares a path fifteen and buildsup the system rapidly.If I above mentioned defendants. and other Drinks.
; feet wide, where the snow is carefully you are weak and feebletry one bottle. It is therefore ordered that the above ,
what was going on and before the irate !
could interfere Edwin and Mildred I beaten down and smoothed, and then Take P. P. 1*. and gain flesh and strength named defendants and all persons claiming ALL ORDERS: RECEIVE PPOJIPT
papa watered so as to make a road of ice.along rapidly.l It is the best remedy for malarial by, through or under them, do appear ATTENTION.
were kneeling before the clergyman and which the toboggans; and their riders poisons, and will cure chills in every and answer said bill at the Clerk's officein

receiving his blessing on their union. | rush at the speed :of an express train. AsI stance. As a tonic and regulator f... in-I Juno, Dade county, Florida on the first S. A. ISELt'HKK .l': C03IPAXY,

Then the two happy bridegrooms with write the is but who are in a low state 01 health it has Monday in ptember, _\. I>. 1800' or said PROPRIETORS,
snow falling, to now
their blushing brides left the church up equal. Try one bottle and be convinced. I bill will be taken as confessed.It TITUSVILLE
there has been little. This has made FLA.
smiling at the clever manner in which very is further ordered that notice of this ,
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old Mr. Turner had been outwitted. tobogganing this year exceptionally dangerous LADIES order lie> published weekly for the space of ---- -

It is stated by some of the witnesses of for it i3 one thing;, to run ii.to a I Needing a tonic,or children that want building sixty days in the FLORIDA STAR, a newspaper EDGAR HOUSE
bank of soft and another ,. up,should takeBROwS ,
the double marriage that the young snow quite 1IIOX BITTERS. published in Titusville in the adjoining -

lawyer with political prospects was : against a frozen wall or over it on hard It is pleasant to take, cures Malaria, Indigestion County of Brevard, there being no C'loso to Indian liner Inlet.
ground The lake "run" descends threeor ,and Biliousness. All dealers keep it. newspaper published in Dade ('ounty.
present in the church but that he was FORT PIERCE
; ------- --- -- ---- FLORIDA.Fish .
four hundred feet at a pretty sharp Ordered at Chin m hers in De Land, Florida, ,
"so dumfounded by the brazenness of j
angle to the lake, right across the frozen. FOltronNS,1vARrS: AND BUNIONS I this 27th; day of June, A. D. 181!>0. Oysters and Game by the
the proceeding that it never occurred :, use only I Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint.
: JOHN D. BUOOMF.
surface of which a path has been clear- Millions!
him arise in his and forbid I I Boats Wagons and Buggies
to to might '' ,
| Circuit Court tit Circuit
; of Florida.I
.
-- Judge
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ed of and the attained i
in
the bans in true dramatic style until it :: snow velocity to take Tourists hunting or
the descent is so great that oftentimes _:lt".ts,". certify that the foregoing is a true copy
was too late. Others say he did not arrive fishing. Good IJoail from here to
the toboggan, with its rider, is carried This i is \\hat \uiinught lH have in of the order of publication made in this
until the
ceremonies the
Gulf
marriage were Coast.I
I across the lake. The whole distance may fact you trust icive ii. to fully enjoy. liit' case. .
over. be half a mile and it is usually done in Thousands are searching for it daily.and Juno, Dade Co., Fla. June, 1SOO. have Lots and Houses to sell in
Old Mr. Turner has declared that he j from mourning because they find it not. Thousand ALBERT F. QnInyderk circuit court. Edgar Town. Call
will never recognize his daughter; again !; thirty to forty-five sCC'onds.-Cor. upon thousands of dollars are .\. E. Heyser, Att'y for complainant. or Address :

but she says she feels sure lu' will forgive i Pall Mall Gazette spent annually by our people in the hope A. G. LAtiOW, Proprietor.

her in time. Sedgwick had planned that they may attain this boon. And yetit Notice.

an elopement to Kansas, but after con- I Scorch Work Decoration. maybe had by all. We guarantee thatElectric Six months after date hereof I will PIONEER COOPERAGEEstablished
Poker, scorched work, is Bitters, if used according to di apply
or -
sultation with Mason and Miss quite popu- 16H.
McIntyre I to Hon. Minor S. Jones, county judge of I Tanks and Everything: In the
the plan which they so successfully ar'l lar in Europe, although comparativelynew rceti.rzmsutd the use persisted ill, will Brevard county, Fla., for final settlement Coopering line. Thirty years eip'ri nct.iiMi .
ried out decided instead.New in this country An exhibit recently bring you good Digestion and oust the and
was on demon discharge as administrator of the estate \Yhecl-'vri BlactsmitliiDi aM Repairing -
I : dyspepsia and install instead Ku-
York World. made at the St. Louis exposition con- of Henry 11. W. McBride, deceased, late of ,
recommend Electric
pepsy.Ve hitters
i sisted of a number of panels mantels, for dyspepsia and all diseases of the liver Brevard county, Florida. All persons owe- a Specialty.

A Peculiar IIseasr. I etc., which had been ornamented by stomacn and kidneys. Sold at 50c. ing the estate are hereby notified to come Tom Johnson, La(*range, Fh.

Joseph Steele 38 years of age, died at J delicate tracery work produced by draw- and $1.X per bottle by Dixon & Gray, forward and settle. All holding claims ------------------- -
Jio City hospital in Baltimore recently ;,( ing over a sketched design a sharp iron druggists.i 22 against said estate will present them properly NEAT AND PROMPT.FOR
of a peculiar disease, from which he had point, which had been heated sufficiently authenticated for settlement. .
buffered for char the wood. I Melbourne, Fla., June :2ith, 1S90.CHAS .
about six weeks. The pri- :| to By clever manipu- Advice to:Mother" -
mary CUUM of death, as stated in the certificate i; lation the el7ct of light and shade was Mr .Wn"isz.uw'sSo0Tnz at.l'tlh/ut.atws1s! T. MrfRZtte
be used when children: : uie cutting teeth. It re- Administrator.Administrator's .
was an obstruction to the supe- produced, according to the degree to lieves the little sufi'ererKtonce; ; pl'oducesn\tural,
rior venu favsi and the secondary failureof I which the instrument was heated. Land- quiet sleep,and" the little cherub awakes"brightas JOB PRINTING
a button. it is very pleasant to taste. It Notice.
respiration. The superior vena cava :i j i scapes, portraits and an almost endless soothes the chill,softens the gums,allays all pain,

is the vein by which the blood from the 'j i I variety of other designs appeared in the regulates for diarrheas,bowels whether,and arising is the best from known teething remedy All persons haying claims against; the ,

upper extremities is returned to the collection, and they excited the admiration other causes. Twenty-fire cents a bottle. Estate of Aaron P. Cleveland, late of -SUCH ASI'ETTEKIICADS -

heart,And in consequence of its obbtruc- J{- of all art lovers. The work is not at ----- Brevard County, Florida, deceased, are ,

tiotr;which might have been caused by i! all difficult and can be readily done by Many PersonsAre hereby required to present: them, duly

an enlarged gland pressing upon it, the any good artist after a litHe practice. It broken down from overwork or householdcares authenticated, to the undersigned, within XOTE-IIEADS,
upper portion of the man's body was :;j is' well adapted to the work of ladies Brown's Iron Bitters the time prescribed by law or *.his notice
enormously swollen. j who become enthusiastic in its pursuit. rebuilds the system,aids digestion removes excess will be pleaded in bar of such claims. HILL-HEADS
of bile,and cures malaria. Get the genuine.
And all indebted said
to Estate
While his aruis and chest were thoseof -Builder and Woodworker.Dlasatlafled persons STATEMENTS:
his shriveled i I are hereby required to make immediate ,
a giant legs were and \ 1\ of .
Scrap Paper Saves HerIifc.
as small as those of a dwarf. It was impossible j Dog Owners. payment to CIRCULARS,

for him to lie down, and he Many of the judges of the recent dog OSCAR HALL,
would often sleep while standing up. lie show have been inundated with letters It wits just an ordinary scrap of wrapping Administrator.This OLJEns,
but it saved her life. She
could sleep in this manner only for a since the great exhibition close These in the paper last stages of consumption, told was 27th of )Iay. 1890.Notice.. INVITATIONS,

short time, when he would lose his balance communications are nearly all in femi- by physicians that, she was incurable and -

and fall to the floor. The doctorsat nine handwriting,and some are sarcastic could live only a short time ; she weighed PROCRAM31ES,

the Johns Hopkins hospital and the and some abusive, and they wish to l less than seventy poundsOn a pi'ee of .i In Circuit Court f/.ir the 7th Judicial Cir-

City hospital failed to make a diagnosisof know in a general way exactly what wrapping paper she read of Dr. King'sNew cuit of Florida, in and for JJrevarti STREAMERS

the case, and they were not permittedto consideration induced the judges to give Discovery and got a sample bottle; county. A. I). 1890.-In Chancery. DODGCIIS,
make a post-mortem examination. j a prize to some other dog than the it helped her she bought a large bottle
Steele was a Pennsylvanian and was in writer's. The judges of the it helped her mote, bought another and JOHN W. CURTIS, 1 BUSINESS CAtLHWEDDIihi
i toys, spanieland
grew better fast continued its use and is vs. > Bill for divorce.
Baltimore about two years. He was a pug classes have been the most ad- SUSAN W. CURTIS. J
,
I
now healthy weighing
strong rosy.plump -
molder by trade, but for time CARDS,
dressed.
some precious Every woman who has
I a pet 140 pounds. For fuller particulars Whereas it appears by the bill of complainant -
to his illness was employed as a : dog which failed to take high honors is send stamp to U*. II. Cole. Druggist. tiled in the above entitled cause \'ISITISIUOS, *
conductor by one of the street car com- j I| able to discover some personal reason Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this wonderful sworn to by the complainant that the

panics.-Philadelphia Telegraph. j, for the decision against her without Disbovery free at Dixon & Gray's said defendant. Susan W. Curtis, resides SEND YOUR ORDERSTO

much difficulty. When no actual facts drug-store. 22A without the State of Florida, and that
A Very" Tuine Seal. : exist the imagination of the rapt owner she is over the age: of twenty-one years THEFLORIDA-

Dick, the baby seal caught in the j of the dog is pretty apt to come into and that the place of the"residence ol

brush near the salt works about two play. The shrewder judges of dogs de- defendant is unknown ami that said bill {I STAR

Month* ago has become a great pet andgeneral ', tare that this year's awards were dealt is decree tiled for the purpose of procuring a
a of divorce
favorite. lie was set free about out with unusually correct and skillful and defendant.between I It is. therefore the complainant Jon PRINTING OFFICE

two \T((>ks! since and immediately made ,, judgment, but it would be very difficult ordered that the said defendant. Susan

:1 wild fcrsak for deep water, into whirl to convince all exhibitors of this.-New 1%. Curtis do appear and answer said Notice orincorporatlon.

hd disappeared in a twinkling. It wo.i i I York Sun. bill at the Clerk's office, iu Titusville. I
'ie would surely join the will SURECUREFORLIFPSAX in Brevard Florida
taought county on or before I Notice i* hereby given that the undersigned -
herd and jitter come back, but in k-ss Thunder Storm lu Switzerland. the 7th day of October. A. D. IfeDO.) orsaid have funned for

than half an hour after his liberation he Remarkable electrical phenomena are t i bill will be taken against said de- the purpose persons of maintaining a and company operating
alongside the witnessed at the new observatory on the fendant as confessed.It .
came paddling up pier un- for public use in the conveyance ot persons
der the llfehernieiJ j clc. poked his head steep and isolated Santis in northern this is order further ordered that the notice of and property,a railroad alrvadv coatrtictedfrom

out of the water and began to Cran Switzerland. Thunder storms are ex- ttI space of three published months in weekly the for the Jupiter, on the Indian Kiver,to Juno, r ron f
FLORIDA
beg most piteously for iish. And so tremely frequent; thus in June and July II I STAR, a newspaper published in Titus Lake Worth,both in Dade county, Flor

now every U<4)". irum early morn until last year only three days were without : BROS., Wholesale Draughts, i ville. Brevard county Florida. ida. The name of the company i is"Jupiter

sunset, he spend: hU time gamboling in them. As a rule, thunder peals from Sole Proprietors,LIppman's Block:, Savannah,Ga. i Oz tiered at Cham bCI s, in Del ind, Fla., & Lake Worth Railway Company. The
deep water around the pier. lie affordsa midday tiU evening. The noise Ls short, this 2nd day of July. A. D. 1S90. length of said railroad is about eight wiU,
fine chance to study the animal's hab- partly owing to shortness of flashes: and Rucklcn's Arnica Salve.'TIIE i JOHN b. BROOM. and the name of the county through or into

ita in his native element. partly to the small amount of echo. The BEST S.LYIin the world tor Cut:. I! Judge of the Circuit Court. Seventh which it is made is Dade county. The
Bruises. Sores rl'C'raJt.; lihenm. Fever 1 Judicial Circuit of Florida.I capital stock of the company consists ofoOO
with thunder storms come on quite suddenly -
Dick
since went out
A few
days shares of $100 each, or $)0,000 in
Sores.! Tetter. Ch:1Plwlllhltll Chilblains. certify that the I Is
fishermen about four miles from in a clear sky. One of the surest indications forgoing a true
the !' Corm and all Skin Eruptions i copy of the order of publication made i all. The undersigned comi ot>e its first
is the
of their of
shore When the boat stopped Dick approach bristling Board of Director
and positively cures Piles or no pay repilred. this ca*e.
climbed in and sat down on the' the observer's hair. During hail storms ( It i* jruaraiifeil to give perfect Titusville. Fla.. July 3rd. 1S90. J. 1L PAKBOTT, Jacksonville. Fla.G. .

seat to await developments. Soon a the iron rods of the house givo a hissing<: satisfaction or monetrefunded., Price I II A. A. :-TEW AnT. Clerk. ZFJIXBJCCER, Palatka....
small live fl.h was thrown overboard, sound, associated with luminous effect 25 eent per box. For sale by nixon & : D. L. UAULDEN.Solicitor T. M. DAYJR.,JacksonvilleFla.
I
and Dick juuii' in after it, captured -Philadelphia Ledger. L Grey. 10-H). I 'for Cortthlaii tut. 11-13t I Titusville, Fla. June 2Bth, 1590.: IKXla.



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The AUlancemvu Withdrew. I THE ODELL THE: .: TB.OPJCAL TB.UNK. LINE ,
BookThe
RALEIGH, N. C., July 1 .-The Farmed JACKSOXYILLE, TAMPA & KEY WEST SYSTEM. Stanley's Great
alliance of New Hanover county has TYPE WRITER. I

just done something which is exciting SCHEDULE DJ EFFECT JUNE 15, 1890,-CESTRAL STANDARD TIM}:. i

eminent Two representatives of the Going South Read Down. STATIONS Going North, Read Tp. \
appeared before the Democratic I !
alliance executive committee and asked j! dt20 will buy the Odell TypeWriter I :. I. ;
t I
county Arrived SOam
and Check Perforator 900am 1 Wpm: 7 40am Leave Jacksonville am 11 5 50pm '
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a conference, the object of which I 10 n 320 1010 Arrive Leaver :
for St Aognatine 10 20 410 n
was to secure representation on the state I with 78 Characters, and 15 I 530 I' .. Palato o. I S'O I 112 05 I

gad conRrebhional delegations, and also I for the Single Case Odell, warranted '105.13 .o.. Ormond Daytona: .... I 632 610 I I Ii I Ii
the legislative ticket. After considerable to do better work than any machine
on made.It i I i 1 r I '
discussion the allianceiuen were IOpm H :Opc 8 50am Leave Jacksonville Arrive 6 30am 12 4Opm 6 OOpm'
unable to agree, and withdrew. It ia 'I combines Simplicity with Durability, 5 -15 112 9 44 Arrive Green Cove Spring Leaved, 5211 391UD 4 5.3 f\
that all:ancemen will Speed. Ease 100 201 IOU W Palatb o. 425 tO 43 t\l) : ,
reported support, of Operation, wears longer 8 44 309 120-pm Seville .. 305 936 2 n I I
In part if not altogether, the Republican without cost of repairs than any other 419 12: Dd.aDti .0 T 5S 12 30 i I The cnmQlete.to'-r .,fStanley's ti
Domineer !I II1r..wan I machine. Has no ink ribbon to bother 10 :0 4 (r. 115 Orange City Junction 14) 8 3: 1-l1 { I recent
I 1110 435 150" i anfor.t 113 'i 55 110 I .
adventures
[ the operator. It is Neat Substantial I tbnllm? -
4 3"! Enterprise -7 U62i C..Aiisclosureof
Run Over and Killed. and tie
1: nickel plated, perfect, and adapted to all I Titunille to .:1 00 I histeat

TUNNEL HILL. Ga., July 11.-A fireman I kinds of type writing. Like a printing I 1lam I OOpmi, 5 55 I I ,0" Orlando Tampa .k. 1150'i 15 I 7 ::Oam I II ; will diicover-appear'rorthe
\V and es
tern
on the Atlantic rail- press it produces sharp, clean, legible iI i i first time

road, named Bud Paul, was instantly manuscripts. Two to ten copies can be -.; I I s I I'i I I .n the workwritten
killed bv passenger train No. 11, at this : made at one writing. Any intelligent: 2 Upm I 2 OOpm;!10 amLeave Palatb Arrive 1 !1035am 05pmi by READ1himself
331 316 113.5 Arrive Inttrla'hen Leave 9'.S ,316 entitled
3 o'clock. His
place ai out engine was j person can become a Food operator in 1.141) 343 Hawthorne L 825 242 I -In iJJrkt8tdfrica. IN
on the &i le track, waiting for the passenger two days. "We offer $1OOO to any 513 410 i 1235 I Rocbl'l1e i 11.ro 1 2:0 I, ." In tworolumesprofu3ely
to pass It seems that he had gottenoff I 6 Oi -I 010 ,1 05 Gainesville I 6 50 135 I JULY.Jlustrated .
who the work of the .. I }
from his engine and sat down on the operator can equal 130 4 48 I 1 12 Orange; Late 550 : 146I ; price
Double Case Odell. 5 010 I 2 13'f Ocala .. U 33 !-1..5 per volume. Sold only bv subscription
end of a cross-tie on the main line, and Reliable and Salesmen I 715 (0 7 I Lel'bur i:11 a I1am I Do not be deceived by any of the L't -allec
and thus met his death. He Agents want I books being offered as "ltCnu
fell asleep i I 5:15.0 Pemt.l'rton 9 40 II Stanley now
was a'xmt 80 years old, and has a widowed ed. Special inducements to Dealers. I I9.0 630 Brooksville .0 j 840 I II ine"and authentic." To no one of these ha

mother living near Adairsville, de- I For pamphlet giving Indorsements, I I I 5 8'25 33 I "" Tav&rfol"EUltial" I I91O I. it 2) I I Stanley contributed are now a In line.the Sell taking orders

pendent on him.INCENDIARIES. I etc., address, AGENTS I and the work will be published u
I + Daily; t Daily except Sunday; 4J Sunday ol>ly. Trains leaving Jackt.onville 8:50 L m. and hIatka July. Applicants should state experience.: Remember
AT WORK.A : ODELL TYPE WRITING CO., 4:00 p. m. are daily between Jacksonville aid PaMka. t I that Stanley own book,the only

i Rookery Building Chicago HI. CONNECTIONS: At Jacksonville 1Iitb diverging line north east and west. At Orange City Junction lone fn which he has a personal interest,will beg
Darn with Forage and two Mule Ie- I for Orange CIty. New Snijrua and Lake Ht'lt'D.t Jupiter with J. & L W. Ry. for Lake Worth. At Sanford title page the imprint of
with O. B. Ry. forOakUnd. Tarpon >priEjrJ, Clearwater and Gulf Coast point, and with S.nth Plori I Ii '
trojed also a Storehouse. !; A. HI. Hamilton & Co. i Ida Ry for Winter Park )!Maitland He. At Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Kej West, Havana and Charles Scribner's
I
Ga. 12.-'V. W. Champion : 1 Mobile and for Manatee. River r>.-irt At Ptitta G-.rda with steamers for Key West, Havana Punta
GRIFFIN, July
lueea, St. James Cit and Fort Myers Pullman Palace Buffet :-leeling cars on through fast mail tr.nDI
who lives six miles north of this TITUSYILLE FLORIDA.Wholesale I daily between New \ork and Tampa wuhott cLall t'. For information call on or address I
had his barn burned with its Dealers in Apply to J. K. MARTIN,
con-
j4ace !! D. F. JACK General MaIager. G. D. ACKERLT Genl Passenger Agt.
tents, consisting of all the forage he had Charleston,
for his btock this year, and two fine Indian River Oysters \ JAC"K.SOXVII_LE, FLORIDA. I South Carolina.

The fire the South Carolina and
mult was undoubtedly I Sole Agent for
work of an incendiary. Mr. Champion j I Florida.TIRE .
FISH C1yde S-te .
ia a young man, and dependent on his imslaip

own efforts to make his way in the world. ; Green Turtle and Game. New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.I I

VILLA RICA, Ga., July 12.-C. C. Embry'd !'
All orders will and careful attention
receiprompt -
store and contents were burned to | whether by telegraph, Magnificent Steamship* of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : ,

the ground, at Embry's postoffice, Pauldi i t letter or ersou. 17 (Standard lime.)
lag county, a few miles north of this New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York. t

place. It is believed to have been the | FROM MAKEf Pier 20, E. River. STEAMER.

work of an incendiary. It has been but I I Rr 1TCHEAPEST I Tuesd ty, July 1, at 3pm ......IIMXJl'OIS,.....Sunday, July C, at 7 a m

short time since James W. Rel'ps.smill j'I ManPg Co Frida}, 4, at 3pm......CHEROKEE,......Thursday, 10, at 11 a m --

near the same place, was burned Tuesday, u 8, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE.Sunday, it 13, at 1 p m INTERNATIONAL ''IYP1WRlTER

by incendiaries. Mr. Embry's loss is : DALTON, GEORGIA. Friday, 41 11, at 3 pm ......SEIIYOLF..ThuM3), 17, at 5 a m

heavy. He had just received a lot of :'i RAILINGS, GATES, Tuesday, 15, atSpm...... IROQUOIS, .........Sunday, 20, at 6 am'
new goods and had no insurance. Friday, IS, at 3 p m ......CIIEHOKEE.Thursday, _'4, at 9 ant I

I IRON paSTS, CRESTINGS Tue ,tlay. 22, atSpm .....$EIIXOLESunJay, 27, at 11 a m !
:Man Sawed to Death.
Young I JAILS, ROOFS STAIRS Friday, 25, at 3 pin......_iROQUOIS..Thursday, 31, at 3 p m

SPARTANBURG, S. C., July 12.-A ter- Tuesday, 29, at t> p m..... YEMASSEE, .......Sunday Aug- 3, at 6 a m
rible accident happened at the saw mill Cast Columns,

of Cave &: Moore, near Thickety in this 'STEEL I
county. A young man named Moore : Lintels, Sills, etc ST. JOHNS RIVER SERVICE

lumber when
was unloading some apiece All LATESTTIIII ,
of it fell near him, and, in stepping S&VJ MILLS IMPROVEMENTS. FOR .
backward to avoid being struck, his foot

touched the saw, which wa' running, BEST IN THE 4 j Saaford, Enterprise & intermediate points on St. Johns River. I ,

and drew him down upon it, cutting his SOUTI i '\:
arms and legs horribly. He died in a HEW The elegant iron side-wheel steamer, "City of Jacksonville," Capt. '\'. A. Shaw, is

minutes. Moore was only appointed to sail from the foot of Laura Street Jacksonville
few Young Sunday, Tuesdays and ...... .
foi-Pictures ant -
17 years old. Thursdays at 3:30 p. m. 1

WRITE Prices or aoylhin Returning, leave Sanford Mondays, Wedntsdays and Fridays at 9 a. m. made A 'truth ir->t very fiat-class be..t matf'rhl"machine, t.fn 'r edatd kmeu

Run User and f' Killed by a Switch Engine. you need in THEO. G. EGKIi, Traffic Manager, 5 Bowling Green, New York; JOiN HOWARD, FU. Frt. A"t., sod with best' tool ever devisal. |i a .urrose.
MACON, Ga., July 12.-A negro car i j foot Laura St., JacfcsonviUe. J. A. LESLIE, bupt foot Laura ::t., Jacksonville. \V..rrrLtt>d to do all that can be r'... "cJ'4'dt-d
METAL, we can send it promptly. of'h.U, hetitj pewriter txtact. ('al.hf'; of writ
coupler named Will Watts was run over I For Tickets and Passenger Information;call on inn 1. and killed by a switch engine. lIe was Be sure mention this paper. '' ability of the o.r&1.PRICE.. f'(0''O.Address << .
you F. M lltOSMONV.ER. .
I Jr. Fla. I'a's. Agent cg a est Bay St, .T.cbonville.
riding on the front end of the engine, j!'i, 1 \V>I. P. tIADb & CO.. General .\gents, 15 :v>uth harden, I'hilatlellLia ; G. IJowMALLORY'S i. IMItl lI 1i'FG.FAHlsH CO.,S Y.

and when about 100 yards from the !! hug Green, New York. 1 Agenwwaute.J.__ __ ___ _.__ ___
brewery the engine ran into a lot of box j I --- -- -- -- -- .
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--- --
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cars. A misplaced switch caused the en- !, P. P. P. >ztA011S tJ e fP gRITE
: t
gine to turn to one side, running into the NEW YORKRORIDANew LINES

box cars and crushing the negro. His I .
head was crushed in and his left arm Ii j recommended bj jlijslcians because tLey see its

torn completely otf..Ju.l&e healthy effect all around them. York Boston & Florida.
Philadelphia
I A leading physician in eYork and director of ,
James Drown will not Run. OLe ot the large In.petals, says, Frb. th. 18'cH, h..1
baa made u!'e of the P. P. I). sent him, and wasi &'ililll Ir11/11) FEfLXAXDIXA. Fla., Errry TIII RSDAF
CANTON, Ga., July 12.-The Advance, i' pleased fay P P. P. proved efecacious lu a niiiu-
in speaking of Judge Drown, says he has \I l>er of cajlu. aud adds. it is no more than he should .i i .YElr YORK, Ectry FRIDAY at 3 p. m.
I from the satisfactory combination
have anticipated I ,
decided to "withdraw from the congressional i of such ,,'ell-knowDdrugai. -IRON STEAMERS-
contest. Judge Brown has done of:Savannahname
1 A prominent railway superintendent
Rio
Grande !
right to withdraw, although it takes the : ( y gyro on application) says he was crippled FtNESt BEST
teat and ablt* t man out of the race." I by a disease in legs and am-e. powerlet-s to walk or I Capt. Connor. wooowoRtc: Attnetta tts'pGO.
;
eat without assistance, La\ug lost the use of his
It is understood, however, that the
rheumatism, malaria dyspepsia, etc -
limbs by State of Texas
retire because the Alliance of I they ,
and
judge here sent him to New York
Cherokee hU home county, endorsed returned Physicians him here aud he was all complete a wreck :. ( \ aJ Capt WIlliams.. [Nl1,I..L. 28 UNION l S SQUARELY.Nri.MCiHi.
P P. P. has AT LANTA.GA KCAL
Winn of Gwinnett. as one could te and Ih.e. A course ot a
I' made him a well man. { City or San Antonio, S1.LOUIS.MO. tUJ r 1 OALLAS.TEX

Tobacco 1'luuter* Hopeful. p. p. P. fa1 known among physicians in the South i
---- --- -- --
for its various and wonderful cures as the great CapL Wilder
GREENVILLE, N. C., July 12.-Some of blood purifier of the ageBlood .
the Pitt county farmers have reiused I Passeuers (r-on Ti'nsvlie.Indian River and East Coast poi. ts. arricinr in Jacksonville from J., T. I
fur their tobacco just as it s K W. 1-10 4"3' iiitte L >:m,:"v tiou with mOrLiDg and afternoon trans fur Feruaadica and bteamersaaddver
$100 an acre .i.edI I
ttamU Hi the field. Farmers are hopeful, I Poison
and fine The 4:15 p. tu. train fro'u Jacksonville connects with steamer at Fernaadina. i i
and exi(evt a big crop prices. I
The taptist church rot Lnurinburg was leave New York. &TE.IMEKS. Leave Fernandina. '

struck by lightning; for and$I.OH burned down. surer Primary.. Dimples Se.-.)I i.darand,i",ti'hes. scrotnli Tertiary, blood Syphilis and ,met oil Friday, May SO,..........................RIO GRANDEThursday, Jane 5'

Loss 2,500 ; injured rural J.MSOIJ and ckin diseases are eradicated by FridaV, June 6,........._...........STATE OF TF..X.\SThu ay, 12

the are of P. P P. Host of certificates are in :Friday, 13................_......... RIO Gn.XDI.Thu 13y, 19

Cottun and Corn In Tine Condition.CARBOLLTON offlrr to show te; curein these. diseases wLere all Friday, 20........................STATE OF TEXAS,...............Thursday, .,6I
have failed.Rheumatism
Ga., July 12. The crops other meaii-iiies Friday, 27,..................... .....RIO GH.\XDE..Thur.5day, July 3 FT.OM NEW TORE H Y

ia Carroll county are fine but in ttftuo Friday, July 4,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,...............Thur-da>, 10 Mr.; t.JLEo A I!. Uawbp-I'.ar reeeused snn sir'. :T' I V-tr*it...IATIMefv si.dui

section rain i* needed. The cotton crop i Friday, 11,.................. .......RIO (il-L\XnE.Thur.-day, 17 efv ttucb pr a titled at the ..".tie--i.: cliir1 tLat

fe said to be as fine as ever known at the Friday, 18,.......................STATE OF TEXAS, .............Thursday, ;!4 has come "\ -r J1Jfe-.t.talL'-: : ....x* l.u.-ardt'd

present time, and corn is tine. Farmersare Friday, 25,......... .................. RIO GRANDE ................. Thursday: 31 nij old giasseu. and AUX\am: now>UL't'IM'jr Al...\& jcnr>.
done laying by. Iuflm sciatic and its kindred dis For General inior"-'itlolj apply' to Secretary.tatf.urr B'aid 01 Trade.
I &tory gout J. }I. CUTIER. Gen. Pass Agent; 77 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. .
1 with its excruciating pains are cured by theI All fitted at tLeL>rni S; re ot
at Milwaukee has eases G. }l. Ul'BBAgeut.. foot of Centre street, FernaDdina, FU.
The Pythian camp I I wonderful blood clranaing properties of P. P. P. :25 DIXON i CRATnCbVILLE.. Tt\
broken up, and the Knights are return- i Prickli( Ash, Poke :Root and Potasmim.) C. H. MALLORY &: CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y. ------ ---- -

ing home Hastings, Mich., division, .
-
WM awarded first prize for drill, $1,000, I Egyptian Queen, Ripley Black &: White Antigua!; &: other fancy Pine Slips &: Suckers. I
aad th.- Erie diiun becond prize, which Catarrh
wa $ W. i \t' lan'* Improved and Hnffmmf* Stedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early. k yaP'

Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate. : -

NUUGKTS OF NCU'S.CoaireftftHMm i, Originates in scrotulou Uint P.P.P. purifies the INDIAN: RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm the Davidge Fertilizer Co.

blood and this prevents LIPPMSBRO3.catarrh. :: .. Send for Circular. AKo Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc. and: Mapes' and FINE SHOW CASES

Laaaiuff.of tLe TwentysecondN I Sole prcyietors of P. P. P. Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue. :5-Ask for catalogue.:

.w \orl: district La declined a reuo.mn.itfaa I Lippman Block bnnah, Ga. JOHN U. J5EAC1I, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla. TERRY M'PG CO..NASHVILLE.TENN.

I un____ _, ___ _._____ ___ ______________________
The Rev. Father Peter Cerdagmer, for tea

y"r* the pastor of the c'uurcu of Our Lady I "Tbel f owerLAID .;:.,J.'I'rc, .;:. ;. ..... j
been --
jMwb of the .\ g.l*. fca Francisco. fcaa x. f FINE SHOW GASES 'm. r' J'JPAN.
m.m-- m i m.I
of Brownsville. Tex. i, ,
aJ>l*>luu l U.Lop ae
i
Netiw Clark. who forged a $.*,.U) note on .JL '
tU .w.cb&aica' fcivioza. Unk of Providence, I 'y l,the finest. aresofrbrtllfslat ?la the ***]$-. o" ; = T ==:, := ==-- I
exanuuA-- It give-*
WM arraigned t er.s. Site waived white Uhtm 85 can4ia 1 -- Also Wall and Prescription cases,Cedar
Uou and was bouud over m 4l1W bail. r S. power. Pureraaabnghtertt&n Barber Furniture
Chests ,Jewelry Trays
Havrt were ga l&t; softer taaaelectno
Fred. Arm* *2 aDd Frank abandrad light-raoraciieertcl and Stools. Cabinet Work of all kinds. Ccmplete Outfits for Stores and
of
shaft an
in the than either.
ktll.4 by mine black near damp What Cheer 1*. > .i ....neZ'''.. IV/it mil lroaa Banks. Catalogue free. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta, Ga. I Ii o VWVTsHOW'S .
boss of onchaory lamp _
Chris bocktey. the blind political :- I.eS1BederrA i I

SM rancUco.from active. announce political:* bu intention work lie of hay renting It Is"aonderfuilimp'in.ied. Never i X.. \. L I.iN S I Schooner, MAXATEE: -

cxmtrolktd the Democratic organization inOaiUor&ia needs truaa nff.creaks never I YOUR FENCE ?
fur ten yean. d smokes:lneysneve nr ?me.Sc.t NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY J. AV. ZELLEHS, Master.

In order Earle, who It runmnsagaUut we the cil;" na Cickerln This -ton Yacht can be charteredfor
to suppress ,no eLmb:r?cf tiefUme. TilE IIOSCERGESCY.. We have the CHEAPEST aad Best
Tuliaaa in South Car.tiitulAA1 men, t .no anno)a:ce cf all points up and down the river, on e : WOVEN WIRE FENCING
ww tusked in front of the stand in Samter I! J. any kind and can- For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.II.NAUMAN the the Bahamas. :
drowned uisvoice. J cot explode. Aux coast, or to i Wire Rope Selvage.
speak
&aii when Earle tried to tx-.>.le.up..U. clear. ,
and safe and
Commodious good
Carle's friends charged them, r whiteb2A,10to20 aecommodation3. J
alter some fightioz thd ringleaders were ar- = tHUd kize A brtihancy iVo..eplpynahediaetCer Titusville P. O., Brevard county'J Fla. Further particulars addressTITUSY1LLE -
rMted and lodged in Jail. rf o y ordinary
? I'L.t.
Ex-becreiary of the Treasury McCullocn.wU i Brass. Nickel oo.il cr NOTICE
UA* ue n saffenng severely fromastnma Anuqoe LrvozeAlso ,
U muca :.*f. The Gladstone Extension Study Lampfor Ii hereby given that six months after A. FROSCHER,
I
Clenmnen. Editors, Students and Teachers other the first publication of this notice I will !TITDS7ILLE FLORIDA.
Only One Harrier. Professors. Lawyers, Physicians final accounts and apply to
men. present my full of metallic and wooden
I' bought a professional I Dade for Keeps a supply L
Yeast I understand you've Gladstone Banquet Lamps. the County Judge of County 1 -J

a dog to k6f> burglars away? The The Gladstone Piano: Lamps. my final discharge as administrator of Coins Cases and Caskets.
., 50 INCHES maR AT 60 CETT3L&wa. Pn ROD.
of Dade ,
trhol late .
Cri&so&beak-Yea. Send for price list. Single lamps at I the estate of August Hars, Ga.rdeu.Poul1ryan4 Stock Feretna.all
'You are not troubled any more at safe 'Loud and sent safely by express.s. ? County Florida, deceased. Funerals attended if desired. All order -See**I*bdtntoff I and at reasonable rates. dever r-Ir t Pa1A. s. .(.!') ..;-csn.
1 night, thai, I suppose?* tyGeour LAMP CO., HFJNRICH HARS, promptly executed I He: jieirun om WIE run m.. t'1'r'.t:('R. !j..
'. GLADSTONE i ..-. 1 u"' ,
Yonkers States- i March 20 1890.dministrator.. Embalming done. w-AM.as a+4 CallkaLrk: s saw. I
i,...>. 'Only by the dog. 71 Park :I'laee, New Y rk. J 1 i
loan.
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MELBOURNE MENTION.NEWS I Capt. A. J. Lewis ANKONA., and Mr. Lesher and ROYAL Pants Pants Trousers !

OF THE PAST WEEK IN THAT wife, of Miss., are among the recent ar

VICINITY rivals.
rs
Mr. Dawson, of Narrows, is the latest
Placed In Pointed ParagnaphA for the Head buyer of Ankona real estate. We hope We propose to make PANTS and SHOES the Two Leading Features

er'.Perusal.
lie may conclude to come here to live. at .
What has become of the mosquitoes?
A number of friends and neighbors [
extended walk Saturday
During an assembled on Saturday last to bid fare-

evening we heard but one. well and God speed to Mr. and Mrs. R. "THE BAZAAR"i!

Work begins,Mondayon the improvement Richardson, of Blairstown, Iowa, who

of New Haven avenue. for their northern home. t
departed They AKI $ For the future. Though we will continue to lead in LOW PRICES IN I
Easterly and southeasterly breezes hope to return to Indian River again.
EVERYTHING in Dry Goods, Notions and Clothing. We have
prevail, and are delightfully cool.3Ir. They will always find a warm corner in ,
about 400 pair Pants in process of Manufacture, which will '
-
A. E. Bogue is in charge of freight the hearts of our people. POWDER
be in stock about the 21st. Everyone is cordially
matter during the absence of Mr. S. F. Our pineapple planters are jubilantover
Absolutely Pure.A invited to call and examine them. ,
Gibbs. the season of good crops,good prices
down and abundant returns. Many have realized cream of tartar baking powder. Highest
Superintendent Shaw i:!expected of all in U. S.
leavening strength.-
fehortly with the Corrinne, on a tour of upwards of $300 per acre from the Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. J". .J: -Li<.J r\l: E d3 C.

inspection. fruit; alone. The slips are plso a fine

Lewis K. Smith was sworn in by source of revenue. T. D. GIBBENS, GEORGE. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

Mayor Andrews as Deputy-Marshal, to Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law.

act as such until the return of..Marshal XOTICE. MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, ::a.0:a BINS cb B..A.J3.A..l\-J: : :,

Gibbs. EAU GALLTE, FLA., July 13, 18VO. REAL ESTATE DEALERS,

Fred Prange has sold his sailing light. Editor Florida Star: JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ALL KINDS OF PKOPEKTY BOUGHT, SOLD A:: EXCHANGED.

er to S. T. Lip-comb, who "needs it in The Executive Committee gave to this Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufacturers' Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
Prices,
his bu ines.- transporting steamboat precinct three of Georgiana's citizens as .-. O. Box, 25O,

wood. executive committee and left Georgianaout Lard Canned Meats Flour
TITUSVILLE, BREVAliD CO., FLORIDA.We .
Mr. C. S. Perkins is enjoying himselfat entirely. VOTER. GRITS AND MEAL. Buy and Sell all kinds of Real :Estate and are sole Agents for a large list of

Asheville, N. C.,. luxuriating amid the Correspondence Solicited. carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County

chicken, fruits and flowers, views and CALL FOR BREVARDICOUNTY DEMOCRATIC RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
on Indian Kiver.
dews of that delightful region. CONVENTION.The INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are tint-quallfd,

Mr. S.' F. Gjbb\ ?, last week, finished and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending PurchaM-r who
Democratic of Brevard
party coun- may favor us with their patronage.
planting another acre of pines, and men ty will hold a convention at Rockledge, TittiMvilic," Florida. No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.

are clearing two acres more, which will August 2nd.! 1890. at 11 a.m., to elect Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-
be set as soon as the land is in proper five delegates to the state convention priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
and five delegates to the congressional Authorized Capital, $100,000,

shape. convention to be held at Ocala, August Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A GEORGE. ROBBINS, President.LTElt S. GRAHAM. Secretary.
We hear that Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs have 13th and 14th, 1890. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN-
33rox7trc3L .A..bs"trac"t of Title Co.
sold out their place at Chautauqua for a I And also a county convention will beheld SACTED. ,

good price, and will, no doubt, make ex- I at Titusville, August:' 20th! 11 a. m. JAMES PKITCJIAUD. President, Incorporated A. D. 1889.

tensive improvements on their place for the purpose of making Democratic '\". 15. BARXETT, Viceresident.. CAPITAL STOCK, $3,000 ; FULLY PAID ; A OX-ASS CSSABLC.
nominations t<> fill the following offices: WM. M. Bitoxvx, Cashier.
here. A Justice of the Peace and ConstableFor Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each a l-
\ i Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Barnett dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz.,$8.00
here each district, a Clerk of the Circuit
Saturday
The Manatee passed J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.
afternoon bound for Titusville, with two Court, Sheriff, County Surveyor, Tax W. M. Brown.
Assessor, Tax Collector, County Treas- Taxes Paid for Xoii-Ilcsldent

manatees on board. Capt. Zellers i is well urer and Member of the House of Every favor consistent with Conservative fiST" For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry anal
in that
posted and usually) successful Representatives.At annoyance incident to the Payment>> of Taxes, and Insure them against l loss br Tax
kind of fishing.Mr. each of the above conventions each BanHDj eitenfcJ, Sale. 12

has been precinct will be entitled to the following Correspondents Seaboard Nat'l Box 250, Titusville, Fla. .
J. H. Phillips quietly number of delegates on the basis of the : Bankof
New York ;at'1 Bank of Jacksonville.
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working on his Eastlelbournp.property, Democratic votes cat for Governor in

extending his plantation of pineapples.A 1888 : -o1LrE C :.A: CE %

large area has been cleared and slips .. Barkers Bluff 2. City Point 5. Cana-
veral 2.! Eau Gallie 3.: Eden 2. Fort JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO. We begin: this week and will Slash Prices and convert Goods into Cash. We
are expected daily to plant the same. Drum 3. Fort Pierce 2.! Georgiana 1.Haulo't'r intend making improvements in our place and ..

Mr. John B. Beach and Mr. C. H. 3. LaGrange Merritts Island :Dealers inMOnlunnets

Stewart expect to take a two days' hunt 3. Malabar 1. Melbourne 2.! Narrows 1. MUST REDUCE STOCK.This .

for deer, this week, towards the St. Rockledge 6. Titusville 9. = U..ad4ton., Sale cannot fail to interest anyone who should wish anything in our line.
We recommend that the primaries in
John's river and the old Indian field, each of the above precincts to elect the Iron Fencing, For the Next Thirty Days We Will Offer Our Entire Stock
expecting to bring in a cartload of meat. above delegates be held at each voting ov r ri
,
place therein on the 26th day of July, Z d Lawn Furniture Aa..a.1I COST !
At the pleasant home of Mrs. E. M. 4L *
A. D. 1890. Marble,
z
Campbell can be seen date trees bearing The following persons have been appointed -I ::: Granite, Slate,, Call and be Convinced that We are Offering Genuine
fruit for the second time. Two century as the Democratic executive = a
Bargains.GOLDSMITH.
plants have thrown up their ma-Mike committee for each precinct and are requested 0. 8 Onyx.
: to arrange for the primaries in G BROS.
blossom-stalks to a height of twentyfiveor their CD Building Stone,
respective precincts.
thirty feet. Haulover-C. II. Nauman, J. D. Vann, 3.: Wire Fencing,

M. A. Martin has erected a tent on Thomas Crook.CanaveralN.. Slate Mantels, -

Mr. Argue's lot at the corner of Front N. Penny, C.P. Honey Iron Mantels. E. L. BFI.ADYGrocer : ,
well Henry Wilson.Rockledge .
street and New Haven avenue, where he J. F. Wooten A. '\'. Har- Grates
Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
...t1'lY1 es Hay
will solid and refresh- .
dispense liquid dee T. K. Dixon.MalabarR. .>-< >- 5r::: 11o ,
ments, lemonade, ice cream, peanuts, C. Creech, Ed Arnold, >->- >-->>-' J J T 1c --'
Cal Arnold. .>-::>-:>- III 11 I I call the attention of the People of Indian River to niy Stock of Staple and
fresh beef, etc. "" )ooC ..?" -o'>- .1) I >:<
Melbourne F. Gibbs, C. J. Hector, .. :<: > ).1 I ..... Fancy
Mr. John I). Bennett, the well-known R. W. Andrews )ooC >-' ) T : Groceries Fruit and Food Products
:: : >-< II I I 1
]postal clerk on the lower route, has returned Barkers Bluff-S. Hitching, Dempsey ..( ")- II IIf" ,
from his vacation and broughthis Cain, Paul Kroegel. f,)oooj "- ;>-C. .. IT 1 I '1 "::S:; Of all kinds. Also my Stock of
vil1e-Robert Morrow, E. 11. Rice, 'm I
family to enjoy the sea air. Theyare S. H. Ray.Narrows. And all kinds of Tilh' Hearths, Wire Mats, and Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat. i
,
occupying Miss McFarland's cottage, -H. B. Archibald, Robert in fact say-thing made of Wire, Iron,or any kind ol ,

and will remain for six or eight weeks. Ayres and W. N. Jones, Louis: Stoeckel. Stone.Send for Catalogue, at the same time ftatinp the I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of
Fort Drum-Morgan Swain. Henry style of goods yon are in need of. as we have differ- Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
Mr. C. W. Cheeseman, of Trenton N.J. ;
Catalogues in the different branches of ourOuiuesH.
Holmes, J. P. Padgett. your patronage. Very truly,
., gave us a pleasant call last Thursday.Mr. City Point-J. U. Hatter, R. A. Har- 25 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla. 25 E. T BRA.DY. ;
C. is looking over the country and dee, C. A. Willard.Merritts i
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comparing its resources, advantages andigad'antages I.hmd-J. H. Sams W. R. r
Sanders J. R. Carter. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR. i il
with other of the
parts Eau Gallic-H. R. Olmstead, Tom l
Htate. lIe took the steamer St. Lucie, Snell, John Houston. STILIr-JG- T.A.YLOR..

Friday noon, for Eden and Lake Worth.Mr. Georgians-Allen Boothe, C. T. Ver-
beke Rufus Cocoa Indian River
Stewart.La
Florida.
S. F. Gibbs started north last Fri- ,
Thomas Johnson, A. I.
day for a'isit to Virginia and New Grange- t
York. Mr. Gibbs was in haste to reach Carter, Perry Day. DEALERS k
Fort DeSteuben J. S. 0
ljerce-T. J. ,
and make the
Chautauqua acquaintanceof
the recent addition to his family-a Bell EdenThomas, Ed Summerlin.E. Richards J. II. Le-
,
pair but not two of a kind-a fine boy Tourman, C. E. Chaffee. Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware :r
and girl, for a 4th of July present. Mr.
Dated 8th 1890.D. .
July ,
Gibbs bears his honors with becoming ,
L. GAULDEX, Chairman, ,
modesty. Notice of the event was sent I
Dem. Ex. Committee.J. .
last week, but must have arrived too
late for ill. rtion. F. WOOTEN. Secretary. AND AGATEWARE.Plumbers' ;

We were shown by Mr. E. P. Branch _. t
on Friday morning, a spray of blossomsof Holy Name Academy, and Mill TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY

Punciana Regia, from Captain T. E. ,
Richards' Eden home. What a sight it San Antonio, Pasco Co., Fla., Supplies, ---J -

would be to northern eyes-the immense I OPENS SEPTEMBER bL Complete English BARBED WIRE
clusters flowers eighteen inchesin I Couoe; Art, Language, Musical and Commercial ,
and Putty
Department Address Oils, Glass ,
diameter and three feet in length, the
,
MOT1IEK DOLOIiOSA O. S. It.
florets being about three inches in diameter I I San Antonio Pasco County, Florida. WIRE NETTING
of a most brilliant scarlet color, 5.6 ,
Sash Blinds
except one petal of cream or fawn color, Doors ,
potted like the choicest calceolarias. Brevard Co. (, and WIRE CLOTH.

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Messrs. D. W. aud J. C. McQuaig left a.

oa Friday last for Taylor's Creek, Ga., STATE BANK BRICK, LIME, CEMENT Guns: ,
where they will engage in a general store
business. One of Mr. Mac.'s last acts AMMUNITION,
for av-Utance of the SHINGLES and LATH.
to
t was arrange COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED .
School Board in erecting a schoolhousehere. FISIIIXCi TACKLE.

him,. and lie will leaves be many greatly friends missed behind here 1889.C.PITAL Ship Chan.d1ery: Grc>c>ds,

where be has been prominent in all mat : for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for wills and ceilings For Plow Cooi-
tr of improvement or public welfare. Paid Up, t25OOO; Authorized, Agents ; Chattanooga
The business in which he .was engagedwas $100,000.ACCOUNTS pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

steadily having increasing.been offered Great him to inducements return- SOLICITED Gauze Doors Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets.:

to Georgia, and his wife's health requir- Money to loan at Lowest Rates. ARTESIAN WELL :PIPE; A SPECIALITY.
ing a change, he decided to make the .

change. Hit store and lot on Front I DIRECTORS: Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and
street have been sold,it being understoodthat ALBERT TAYLOR, President. estimates furnished promptly.
Mr. 13. H. Smith in the purchaser.We JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. }
wiAh'Vr: McQuaig success in his 11. B. HOLMES Cashier.J. .
STILING & TAYLOR.
new home. ,I M. Sanders J. F. Wooten.


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