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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 24, 1890
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. XI.
TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, JULY 24 1890. NO. 14.
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LOCAL LACONICS.THE -Four nice pictures for 50 cents. -Dr. G. W. Holmes, of City Point l JOHN KUHL LACRANCE.

Owen & Woodward. was in town Tuesday.Transient .

HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. Wanted. Ten good hands to work business has been very dull At his residence, at Shiloh, Volusia Miss Carrie China, of .dims,eras the

by the month. Good wages. Apply at at both the hotels the past week. county, last Friday morning, about four guest of Miss Julia Feaster last Thurs-

Current Event or Our Town anti Suburbs once to y. ii. Ray. o'clock, Mr. John Kuhl died from dropsyof
Babies photographed in one-tenth ofa day.Mr.
Briefly Epitomized. -We have a few of those Cashmere second by Owen & Woodward.For the heart. He had been in poor Dave Harrison has moved into his

Photos at $1.50: per dozen now for a Ombres left, also some Scotch health since April, but improved so little
ginghams.Gardner south
; -: tin roof and send to snug cottage just of his
cutter
few day Owen & Woodward. & Son. much as to be able to work a little, but mother's
place.
Frank T. Budge the hardware dealer
,
-Gardner & Son by exposure he caught cold and a relapse
guarantee -Dr. W. S.
every Graham made
a trip to Titusville.If Miss Mary Carlile ited Mims, Tues-
black Alpaca coat and vest to give satis Palatka and followed. He continued to get weaker
Jacksonville last week afternoon. She
returning day said she had
faction. you never had a good picture, now after this until his strong constitutionand a very
Saturday evening. pleasant time.
you have an opportunity. Call at once. iron will were of no avail. He remained -
-The satin finish given Photographsonly Anyone desiring to purchase some OwenVoodward.. conscious to the last minute. :Mrs.: Duren and Mrs. Buie, of Titus-

by Owen and Woodward in this household furniture can secure a bargainby Money I Money 11 Money 111 to Only the family were ,\with him at the yule, were out Wednesday afternoon.

country. applying at once to Mr. S. II. Ray. They made us a short but pleasant call
loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & time. A physician was sent for as soon a

-Catholic services at Masonic Hall -Just received a new lot of gents'! Teck Graham, Titusville, Fla. as the situation grew dangerous, but did We were sorry to learn that Mr. Willie

on Sunday nest. Mass and sermon at scarfs, silk Windsors unlaundried shirts -Cabinet Photos at just half price, not have time to reach him. Doctors Day turned his foot again while
10 a. m., standard time. and fine British hose. Gardner & Son. We
all
3.00 per dozen, for only a few days in Blakewood and Cowie were attendinghim. plowing. wish his ankle would

-No one bores better or cheaper artesian -If times are too close to pay $4.00 Titusville. Owen & Woodward.For grow strong again.

wells than F. 1'. Hall, of Georgiana.Write per dozen for Photos go at once to Owen white lawns, nainsooks, plain The deceased leaves a wife and five Miss Florence Norwood, of Titusville: ,

!him for prices.A & Woodward and get a dozen for $1.50. and checked muslins, plain, barred and children, two sons of whom are in Montana with Miss Julia Feaster, spent Tuesday

new tin thop. Anything you -Frank T. Budge has just added a checked challies nunsveiling, etc., call He came to Florida several years in Mims with Miss Carrie China. They

want mvde to order in galvanized iron tin shop to his hardware business, and on Gardner & Son. ago from Polk county, Illinois, and at his report a delightful day.

and tin, at Frank T. Budge's.My can give you close figures on tin and -Rev. T. J. Nixon, Presiding Elderof death was about G2 years' of age. He Mr. Joe Gause, while cutting grass,

spring stock of ladies' hats must sheet iron work. the Methodist Church in this section, owned several orange grove and leaves i last Friday, was very much overcome
his
well for. The funeral
family
provided
be closed out to make room for fall pur- -The Frost Line is being fitted witha arrived at the Indian River Hotel last with the heat, and says for a while he
held his
was last Saturday from resi-
chases. Selling at cost. G. B. Humph.* cabin which covers the entire open Friday, on his way to Cocoa to take partin dence. was almost blind. He is over it now,

Judge M. S. Jones started down the part of the boat. The Messrs. Anderson the Revival Mission Services. and has resumed work as usual. r

river last Friday morning and returned are doing the work. -Parties from Orlando have taken A WEST FLORIDA TRAGEDY. Our enterprising and industrious tin

Tuesday evening and reports a very -There will be a regular meeting of the contract to move the building for ner, Mr. D. K. Harrison, has been very

.pleasant: trip.Captain Indian River Lodge, No. 90, F. A. M. Captain Rice from the corner of Washington From the Quincy Herald of the 19th! busy the past week making some guttersfor

at Masonic Hall inst., we find the following paragraph: :Mr. L. C. Oliver, of Titusville helms
Harry Shaw stopped here a Friday evening, 2oth avenue and Main street to his lot ; ,
few minutes Monday afternoon with the inst., at 7:30 o'clock. S. II. Ray, sec. on Hopkins street. Work commenced "I a Monday:: night about 8 o'clockas passed with se\"crallarge load lately. i

schooner Corinne, on his way down the -Rev. B. F. Brown was in town Tues-I Tuesday. Mr. Jerry Forehand was returning to We were all sorry to hear of auntCarrie's
his home a few miles from Bristol, in
river and gave our office a short call. day. He and his wife leave this week -Owen, of Owen & Woodward, the loss. Trezzie says, never mind,
Liberty county, he was waylaid and he has
-Mr. Ed. Hamilton made a success via Savannah steamer to Baltimore; and Florida Photographers, of Ocala, Fla., is a beautiful little kitten you shall
shot. lIe lived make
ful haul of fish last Saturday night near from there he goes up among the Alle- now in Titusville for a few days only long enough to a have when it gets old enough to leave its
statement and accused Mr. O. T. Rice
Piwe Island filling his fish boat twice full ghenies to spend his vacation.Mr. prepared to make as fine photos as can and Mr. Samuel Edwards, of having shot home.mother, for he knows it will have a good

with fish from his nets in one night. E. C. Hosford,our genial barber, be had north. Call and see; it costs him, and after a preliminary examination -

-Un-gah ; cast-ta-had-ka take heap moved his shop Monday to the building nothing to look. before Judge Shepard they were Mr. and :Mrs. Schofield, with their i

Indians picture. Photographs taken at formerly used by Henry Titus as a shoe -Mr. E. L. Brady has just had his I committed to jail to await the action of mother, Mrs. Jane Brady, spent Sundaywith '
Mrs.
'Green Corn Dance" of Seminole Indians. store. He will, hereafter, keep his shop store repainted with two coats of paint, the grand jury. From what we can learn Carlile. Mr. Schofield has
Sunday mornings until 10 o'clock.Mr. the work done by Mr. W. R. Knox. built a very nice workshop on his place, land
Address S. Shear, I. It. P., Cocoa, Fla. open the evidence does not appear to be very
has
-The cool northeast breeze which ai- and Mrs. J. Miller:: who havebeen Mr. Brady used the same apple green strong." stable for added his horse., lately' a comfortable

rived Tuesday morning was a refreshing on a two weeks' trip to Georgia, returned tint which seems to stand better than Mr. 0. T. Rice is the oldest son of

change from the warm westerly and here Tuesday evening, and from any color except white in this climate. Capt. E. H. Rice, of this place, and We received, Monday, a package of

southerly breezes we have been having.The their general appearance we conclude Messrs. Gaulden and Robbins went formerly lived here. Captain Rice has buds from :Mr.: G. W, Idner, of Tillman,
of his fine
that the bracing air of Georgia has had avery down to Cocoa, Monday, to be present at just received a letter from his brother limes. Many thanks ; when

primary meeting in this pre- beneficial effect on their contitu- the mass meeting, but judging from the living in Middle Florida, stating that he we can reciprocate we shall be pleased to
cinct will be held at the Court House do
Also
tions. report as handed us by the Secretary, had gone on to Liberty county to investigate so. a nice bundle of papers I
Saturday, of this week, the 2Gth instant from
friend Mrs.
our W. C.
Mr. L. C. Oliver received his published in another column, they must the facts of the case. Mr. Edwardsis Landenburg,
between tli hours of two and three new
m.School' of
& p. Holmesburg Pa. Ever
buggy last week and now frequentlyrides have got there too late to address the Sheriff Liberty county. so much
Superintendent Sams is in obliged.
out behind his handsome horse meeting.
town this week and will furnish us an will be
Many
'Dolly." Mr. and Mrs. Scrimgeour also Attention is called to the new advertisement TO THE CITIZENS OF SHARP'S DOCK. pleased to learn that
article in reference to the schools of Miss Bessie Feaster of i ii
Micanopy who
take a ride nearly every Sunday in their of Mr. J. D. Crabb, which ,
Brevard County for our i issue of next new buggy. Riding is now getting to will be found in this issue of the STAR. In justice to the Indian River Steam- i attended our school last term, will return

week. be more fashionable in Titusville than Mr. Crabb is one of the men who pro- boat Company I wish to make the following and attend all of next term. When she

-Mrs. C. ''. McBride, who has beenon boat-sailing. poses to try advertising to increase his statement, viz: I wrote to Mr.Sharp left us she hardly thought this possible.We .

a visit to New York and other places -We desire to call attention to the business, and we always find that theseare several times that I would land all know you will be in time, Bessie,
north returned here last night and left the who succeed the besttheones and all have a warm welcome for you.
card of the Holy Name Academy, at men freights for his dock, either prepay or
again this morning for her home at Mel who advertise.The She will reside with Mrs. Jacob Feaster.
San Antonio, Fla., which appears in our collect, as he might decide, if he would

bourne. columns this week. Miss Ellen Murphy, steamer Denny, of the East meet the steamers and receive and receipt Miss Janie Johnson has just completedher

-Mr. George Davies, of Sanford, arrived who had charge of the public school at Coast Canal company, left here yesterdayto for it, but that I could not do so first quarter of music lessons, Mrs.

in town last Saturday and stayedover Cocoa last year, has accepted a positionin go down the river as far as Jupiter.Mr. unless he or some one authorized to act Strahan, teacher. She says if Janie will

until Tuesday morning, taking in this Academy and would be pleasedto :: Spenser says that the dredges will for his dock would do this. His replywas only be faithful in her practice we will

the trip to the Haulover, Sunday, on the see any of her Indian River pupils at be brought up here soon, if they are that he did not want the landing to soon have a fine musician in our midst.

steamer White. the Academy.Mr. capable of doing good serviceable work. be a collect one, that he wanted it pre Her father promised if she learned to

Both of them old and pay, and that he would attend to his own play a certain piece of music he would
-The Ilailroad Commissioners will auditor of are quite new
-:: P. S. Johnson, general
business and that others could do the present her with a piano. She has accomplished -
have to be substituted in their ,
hold a meeting at this place next Tues the J. T. & K. W. Ry, of Seville, and ones may
the task and
same. I then made a second we are all look-
propositionas
day, the 29th ins to take into consider stead. I
t.f
> wife arrived here last Saturday, visitingthe I
forward the arrival
ing to of the instru-
I follows: that if he and his neighbors
ation matters brought to their attention Haulover Sunday on the steamer -Rev. Henry lice, pastor of M. E.I
ment.
by the East Coast Transportation Com White. Mrs. Johnson returned home Church South, Sanford, arrived here on would meet, and select some one to re-
present them, to meet the steamers receive Our little neighborhood was both
pained -
pau '. Monday morning, and her husband: fol- Monday evening's train, and left next
and receipt for freights consigned and shocked at the sudden death of ,
-Yee Lee, our Chinese laundryman, lows to-morrow. Mr. Johnson is quite day for Cocoa, to conduct the services in I
to that dock, that I would use all the Mrs. J. P. Coats, Sunday, the 20th inst.,
eloped: up his shop Tuesday morning and musical acquisition to our little community connection with the second quarterly
influence I make it either at six o'clock
possessed to p. m. She moved here
started for San Francisco. lIe says he and we hope to see him back againat conference of the Methodist Church.
prepay or collect as they might prefer. from Alabama about two years ago. She
These special Revival Mission; Serviceswere
to be about six or eight distant date.
no
expects away I endeavored, with much patience, to leaves a husband and two little boys to
held the Rockled e-Cocoa
retu& end of that at
weeks but will at the
-Work was completed Tuesday reducing -
show Mr. Sharp how impossible it was mourn her death. She was buried in the
time to Titusvillc again to continue the the.size of the outer rims of the ; Church.
for to land at his dock
me freights even LaGrange cemetery, Monday morning at
business which he has so nicely i -Geo. B. Rumph is giving goods
now stern wheel of the steamer St. Augustine,
if they were prepaid, unless some one ten o'clock, Rev. Mr. Chaudoin officiat
started here. for the next GO days. My stock is
each arm supporting the outer rimlun'ing away would receive and receipt for it. We ing. His remarks were consoling to the
books will be been shortened seven inches. too large ; I will make as close and even
-The
registration openat cannot tell, until waybills are delivered, mourner, and urged us all to keep our
the office of the supervisor of Registration The buckets were moyed this distance closer prices than ever, and give to every if we have freight for his dock or not. lamps filled and be ready when our summons

Mr. S. F. Gray, at Dixon & Gray's nearer the center before, so that they cash purchaser the privilege of selectingin We cannot notify him until our arrival, came. The bereaved ones have

drug store, on the first Monday in next did not have to be moved again. The goods, free of charge, lOcts. on everydollar's and we cannot hold the steamer at his sympathy of the entire community.TO .

month. As boon as Mr. Gray receives St. Augustine resumed service again worth "purchased ; five dollar'sworth dock until we can send up to his house !
50cts. free ; ten dollar's worth, THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF
his own mission, which will probably be yesterday morning. and tell him we have it-hence the
$1 free, and so on. Come and see. I DISTRICT NO.2.
this week sometime, he will appoint -Messrs. Robbins & Graham serveda necessity of some one meeting the steamers -

registration officers for the different pre- summons in ejectment on the J. T. & mean just what I say. The stock must at all times. This, I have no doubt Pursuant to a call of the County Dem
be sold. Jul.24th.Ir. .
cincts. ; K. W. Ry Co., through their agent, M. Mr. Sharp would do if I would pay him ocratic Executive Committee, an election

-Mr. T. Wetmore is expected back E. Gruber, last week, in reference to the -::\ C. C. Converse, who now regis to do so, but as I do not propose to pay will be held at the Court House in the

the last of this week. Owing to blight laud on the river bank between Broad ters from Brantley, returned to town on him to attend to his own business and town of Titusville, between the hoursof

trouble with some of the machinery at street and S. II. Ray's store lot,on which Monday evening, and says he has been that of his dock, we are not likely to two and three o'clock p. m. on Saturday

the ice factory, Mr. Glad in has net the East Coast Transportation Co., holdsa appointed agent for the Indian River agree upon this point."e pay agentsto 26th July, for the purpose of electing -

teen able to make more than about half tax deed from the State. This land section by the Paine Fertilizer Company, I attend to our o,vn docks, and I fail tosee nine delegates to represent this pre-

the capacity of the machine lately. This was owned by the A. C. St. J. & I. R. who: are introducing a special pineapple I why he should not pay his own agent. cinct at the Rockledge Convention, to be

quantity is nearly required by Titusville Railroad Company, but they seemed to fertilizer. Charley says it is a fine article Our duty ceases as: soon as freight is delivered held August 2nd 1800, and at Titusyille,

alone but the defects in the machinerywill have overlooked the payment of taxes. and will not only increase the size of the on the dock, and it is no part of August 20th 1890. By order of District

be overcome in a few days. -:Mr.: C. P. Honeywell, of Canaveral, pineapple enormously, but will cause our business to pay an agent to attend to Committee. S. II. RAY
fruit.
and informed nearly every plant to the business of others. I write this, be- Chairman Precinct Com.
week
last us
-We have received a card announcingthe was in town
-Mr. J. S. Watson returned, Mondaynight cause I understand Mr. Sharp has misrepresented -
marriage of Mr. E. L. Magruder to that carpenter work on the new hunting I
Miss Hallie M. Johnson, at Rock Ledge I lodge at Pepper Haulover was rapidly from his trip north looking much '\ the position "we take in the -Mr. Trevor Spencer, civil engineerof :

Presbyterian Church next Tuesday after being pushed forward. The main buildings improved in health havinggained twelve : matter in the course of some remarks he the East Coast Canal Company, arrived -

DOOr Both the parties are -quite y..ell.!.j I i cover a space of about 80 X 165 feet pounds in weight !since he left Indian I felt called upon to utter at Cocoa on the here about 11 o'clock, Tuesday

known to the people of Indian River \i and these are now nearly enclosed with River. He visited Cincinnati, Chicagoand 21st inst., and as an explanation to the night, from Daytona, and left again yesterday -

',' and are great favorites with their many I I weather boarding; and some of the shingles St. Louis, then went to Baltimore, citizens who are so unfortunate as to for Jupiter, where he went to see

friends who will all in wishing i! are on the roof. The improvements Washington, Philadelphia and New |, need his dock sis a landing at which to after the beacons, etc. Mr. Geo. F.

them agree We also learn 1! being made in that section by Mr. Corey York. He reports a good time at these ,,, receive freight. I am ready and willing Miles, the financier of the company, is

much happiness. ;: and his company are of great interest to different places, and met most of the ]\i to land business at his dock, and will do expected here to-night, on his way to I
that there is another certain young man that entire section and will, no doubt,
,f' down the river! who will shortly join the bring many new settlers into that favored prominent commission and produce men so as soon a? some one will receive and! the lower river, to make an inspection of

section. of the north. receipt for it. W. WATSON. the work done by the dredge company.
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2 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1890. r,


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MINNEAPOLIS CENSUS :RAUDS GREAT PRESENCE: OF MIND. CARDS.
TILLMAN WILL HOLD THE FORT. A Young Alan Brutally Murdered.

St. Paul Actively Prosecuting Her How Three Girl. Saved Themselves From LEXINGTON, N. C., July 16.-Several GEORGE: M. BOBBINS, WAITIS 8. G&ABAX
Politicians Effect Compromiseto President Brevard
Tryi-iff to a
Death Railroad davs of men went in fcecy. Brevard Ab
Enterprising Neighbor. on a Bridge. ago a party young Abstract Co.
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strict Co ,.
Save the State. Vadkin river and two of the _
WILKESBARRE, Pa. July 17.-Pete bathing in ,
ST. PAUL, July 18.-A complaint was & GRAHAM
COLUMBIA S. C. lIt has been Thomas and Robert Smith ROBBINS ,
Walters, a passenger engineer on the July party, Sharp ,
lodged against one Hagerman, a Delaware, Lackawaana and Western suggested by an evening paper that a became involved in a difficulty, and it is

Minneapolis enumerator, but when the conciliatory cobv ntion be called, to said that Sharp got the best of it. The ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
railroad had Sun-
a thrilling experience
officer went to serve the warrant Hagerman meet here before the regular nominating other day Sharp had occasion to go to the P. O. Box 250, TITU>VILLE, Brevard Co.. Florid
day morning. He was running thirty- convention, for the purpose of trying to house where Smith was staying. Sharp Will practice In all the ouuuts of the Seventh
could not be found and it is said
,
five miles hour and when he entered
an Circuit: and in the Supreme Court
which Tillman when Smith Special
effect a compromise: by was sitting on the porch, fanli.
he got wind of the proceeding and fled. the stretch just before reaching Bing- on the one side, and Earle and Brattonon approached him and, knocking him out ties Correspondence for Examining solicited and from Perfecting Land Titles.

It is rumored and currently believed hampton bridge he was horrified to the other, will withdraw from the or the chair, deliberately shot him in the to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan.ClammautsndHeir 1:,
find three the
that complaint has been lodged against blackberry girls on gubernatorial contest, and unite on some stomach. causin immediate death. The
structure. He reversed his and
engine
Lorin Fletcher, of Minneapolis, for fainted. conservative man who will representboth young man so brutally murdered was I D. L. GAULDEN,
of the is thoughtto the in Davidson .
wings partThis one of brightest county.Sam I
complicity in the frauds, but the rumor The fireman took charge of the throt-
be the the leading Democratsin
be verified. Assistant tle. When the within course ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
cannot Attorney engine was thirty ,
Washington advocate. It is admittedthat In
General Cotton arrived from Washington yards of the of them with Jones Appear Montgomery. Titusville
girls, one remarkable it is the only that will save the Florida.
and will investigate the whole mat- presence of mind, jumped to one MONTGOMERY. Ala., July 16.Extensive -

ter in both cities. the edge of the bridge, stretched for- party from a split. But it is conceded preparations are being made by the A. M. TIIRASIF2R,
that it is that
WASHINGTON. July 17.-Attorney Gen ward flat on her face and swung herself improbable a compromisecan Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian denominations -
bitter
be had now-the is too
eral Miller was at tne census office and clear from the track, hanging on to the feeling of this city for the comingof ATTORNE ST-AT-LAW

had a conference with SuperintendentPorter end of the ties over the rushing waters and Tillman, believing his chances very Smi: Jones in October. A meetinghas P. O. Box ,
will be 20.
would There
good not consent. 8ANFORD TUL
relative to the alleged fraudulent beneath.In still been held to arrange for the constructive Will practice in all tie counties of tU Set&lb
troublesome
census returns from the cities of St. a moment the other girls followedher more : times. of a tabernacle to hold 6,000 Circuit and Supreme C.>urt. 3

Paul and Minneapolis. Attorney Gen- example and just as the train swept RIGHTEOUS INDIGNATION.A people. Every effort will be made to

eral Miller, it is said, announced his by the last of the ties swung clear of make Jones's visit a success. JONES & ATKINSON,

intention of prosecuting with rigor all the bridge. White with amazement and Prominent Republican says the South

those who had a hand in the attempt to horror plainly stamper on their counte- It.' Attorn eys-at-Law,
wants no Bayonets to Control Snow for the First Time.
falsify returns from those cities. nances and trainmen Titusville, Florida.
with MONTGOMERY Ala. 15. An of- At moderate calculation there
watched anxiety the human forms July a are

Uttca's Marine Corps Anniversary- swaying to and fro in mid-air. As soon fice holder and a prominent Republican, 10,000 young inhabitants of Charlestonwho J T. SANDERS,

UTICA, N. Y., Julv 18.-The closing as the train stopped the passengers and speaks of the force bill in this way : saw snow Sunday for the first timein

day of the twenty-fifth anniversay of crew rushed back to the scene and "I will, if the force bill passes, no their lives.-Charleston News and ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
rescued the girls from their terrible longer consent to act as an inspector at Will .
the Utica marine corps opened much Courier. practice in all the Courts of thebettbtLJu
plight. elections. I have been inspector for a dicial Circuit of Florida.P. .
cooler than the two of
preceding days
good many years in my beat, and have O. Box 23f TITUSVILLE, FLA.
celebration. At hour the
the
an early SNATCHED $10,000.Bold always secured a fair vote and an honestc Newspapers in the United Kingdom. Money to Loan. u

Uticans, accompanied by their visitors, mnt, and never had any trouble ; but There are now, according to the new

began preparations for the final excur- Daylight Robbery in OmahaOneof the force bill will arouse such feelings of directory just issued, 2,234 newspapers D R. L. T. DANIEL,
sion, and at a a. m. sixteen cars loaded
the Men Captured.
with left for Trenton Falls. indignation among my Democratic neighbors published in the United Kingdom, of

They picnickers return to this city shortly after 4 OMAHA, Neb., July 17.-Mrs. Flortee and friends-indignation which I ivhu-h 185 are dailies. DENTIST,
Russell of Ottawa Kan. was robbedof believe is righteous the south wantsno
clock, thus ending the celebration. as : COCOA, FLORIDA.M .
$10,000 in cash, which she was carry federal bayonet to control it and co-
erce it into submission to domi- Atlanta is Full of Doctors. D. L.
Killed by Ills Little Brother. ing in a hand satchell, on Saturday last. negro DODSON
She had just cashed a draft for that nation-as to make a very serious matter I ATLANTA, Ga., July 15.; -The twenty- .
BROOKLYN, N. Y., July 18.-Little for any southern Republican to act as an second annual convention of the Southern -
Freddie Rappold, the son of Jacob Rap- amount, and was passing the corner of DENTIST,
inspector. Besides, when the lines are Dental association is now in session
pold, a baker at 717 Myrtle avenue, was Fourteenth street: and Capital avenue drawn between the negro and the Cau- in this city. Delegates are here from ; TixusviLLE, FLORIDA.

shot in the right eye and killed by his when she felt some one jerk her satchel cassian, I am going to let politics severely e"errwhere-north, west, east, south- ; Aching teeth filled and saved without destroying

7-year-old brother George. Fred ob- from her hand, and turning saw JohnL. alone." and President Storey called the conven- the nerves. Teeth with ab cesses treated a11<('t...
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tained a revolver from an open trunk, Rush and James Hogan, two Ottawamen tion to order at 10 o'clock. The sessionwas fully. Para Roots crowned substantially, FUtei of
pure gum. Broken Plates mended.
which George took from him. He then, who had come to Omaha on theme A MOUTH FULL. opened with prayer, after which an fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted pamletf Badly

pointing it playfully at Fred, asked him train with her, run through the address of welcome was delivered by i ly- OiPce on Washington avenue. S'WALTER

to look into the barrel and see if it was Dellano hotel, now in course of con- One Fellow Rites Off the Other Fellow's Mayor John T. Glenn.

loaded. While in the act of doing so struction. The police found and arrested Nose-A Shooting Scrape. S. GRAHAM D.

exploded and the ball enteredFred's Hogan Monday morning. Rushis ATHENS, Ga.,July 15.-Jackson county Dr. J. II. McLean's Chills and Fever Office Consultation $1.00.

eye. still at large. had a little blood on the moon in Clarks- Cure is gentle in action, and warranted a Visits in Titusville, $2.00.

Another Minnesota Cyclone. UNCLE SAM'S FINANCES. boro district. A church meeting had certain cure. 50 cents bottle. Calh between. 10 p. m. and 6 a. m.will te charged
broken up and some of the men who donbl t rates.Obstetrical
MINNEAPOLIS. July 19.-Reports of a
This Year There Will Be a Deficit: of were there got to quarreling, and finally case, and cases outside the Orpera
cyclone at Still wat r last night prove De Witt's Colic and Cholera CureIs tion are positively declined.
unfounded. The force of the storm was About 8 3OOOOoo. Ed Archer and Jack Mitchell engaged in always safe and always sure.

spent at Marine and New Richmond, NEW YORK, July 17.-The World's a fight. When the row ended Mitchellwas We recoir.mend it-Dixon & Gra '. J F. LEWIS,

\Vis., to which points no wires are yet Washington correspondent telegraphsan minus a nose-Archer had bit it off.

in operation. In North St. Paul the interview had with Senator Carlisle This did not end it. Watt Crane and Sudden change of temperature and hu- Civil Engineer and Siraor.Titusillc

works of the Acme Chair company were Monday on the subject of the govern- Brown Whitehead, two other white men, midity of the atmosphere often produce .

blown down. Considerable damage to ment's finances for the current fiscal got into a tight, which proved serious. disorders of the kidneys and bladder. Use Fla.
is reported in Anoka Whitehead threw his arms round Crane, Dr. J. II.
property county, The tenator'estimates that the McLean's Liver and Kidney
but tar kuown lives have been year. and was trying to beat him, when Crane R. B. BURCHFIELD,
lost.so as nn expenditures of the government for the drew his pistol and, placing it against Balm to check these troubles in their iuciplenCJ'

.
will reach which is
year $493,000,000, Wlritehead's
body, fired twice. Whitehead COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .
3,000,000 in excess of the estimated receipts -
Saved from Electrocution. turned him loose and ran, but he
De Witt's Little Kisers.
Early mail will
Only
as furnished by the of by receive as prompt
ALBANY la.Governor Hill has secretary had not far when he fell. It is be-
July the treasury. In caee the pending Fed- gone pill to secure Sick Head-ache and regulate attention as calls in person.Address .
commuted the death of lieved that lie cannot live.A *
sentence Joseph the bowels. Sold Dixon
eral election bill becomes a law it will by & Gray. : Georgiana, Fla.
to of for
Chap au one imprisonment
to it into
require 10,000,000
put
life, thus leaving Kemmler to be the f-I.. ". opera- GAMBLING DEN. and be RUE P. ELY
first us increasing the deficit to $53, Appetite sleep may improved, LA ,
person to et ctrucuwd. The governor -
of
the
gives his that the OCO.OOO. Loud Cursing, Pistol Shots, Slashing of every part system strengthened and
as reason
prose- the animal spirits regain their bouyancy Notary Public for the State at
cuting attorney does not oppose and the Two Boys Strike It Ilich. Knives and Smashing Furniture. Larye.
l the of Dr. J. II.
judge and jury favor commutation. LANDERS, Wy., July 17.-Two boys ATHENS, Ga.,July 15.; -The classic city by Cordial use and Blood McClean'sStrengthening Purifier. Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist.

Phil Hersch and Samuel Davis, 16 and was thrown into a buzz of excitement, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER

War on Ex-Confederates. 17 years of agd respectively, who for caused by a row in a gambling den here. De Witt's Little Early Risers. Best of over 30 years' experience. Natural

WASHL\OTON, July 18.-The Maryland some weeks have been working three From what can be learned, the fuss little finish 3. slecfalty.J4clbourne.
for
pill Sour Stomach
Republican association at a meeting mining claims 500 feet south of the started over a game of cards, and several Sold Dyspepsia, Florida. *
Bad Breath. Dixon & Gl"aThe .
here passed resolutions demanding famous Buckeye mine, twenty miles took a hand i i it. The room was locked, bv )

that all ex-Confederates in the govern- south of here, on Saturday struck ore and the view from the exterior throughthe QEORGE "'". MORTON,

ment departments appointed during which assays from $23,000 to $40,000 per windows, was horrible. Men were danger of a malarial atmosphere

Cleveland administration bo dismissed ton in free gold. This is the richest discovery slashing wilii knives, flourishing pistols may be averted if you will occasionally Civil Engineer & Notary Public

from office and that their places be filled ever made in the territory, and and crashing furniture, intermingled take a dose of Dr. J. McLean's Chills ,

by ex-Union boldier who are Republicans. miners have started for the new fields with loud cursing. Officers soon arrived and Fever Cure. MORTONHURST, HEATH, FLA.

by hundreds. and broke open the door. After a hard Surveying and Leveling, Architectural}

struggle, and calling the aid of citizens, No Griping, no Nausea, no Pain when Drawing, Township and Section Ma]*.
Tho Strike at Hewitt's Iron "Works.TRENTON Won't Start an O. 1*. House. they arrested four. All were drinking De "'itt's Little Early Risers are taken. Deeds, Mortgages, etc. Blanks constantly -

July 18.-There is no new LELAND, Iowa, July 17.-A public heavily. A melon exchange man named Small pill, Safe pill, Best pill. We sell on hand. *

development in the strike at the Hewitt meeting was held Monday evening, at Grist had his arm broken in four {;.laces.Bose : them-Dixon & Gray.If .
iron mills. Two hundred and which resolutions that the
seventy-: were adopted Matthews was cut painfully and N 1U 1\.N'S
five men are still out, and declare that sale of intoxicating liquor shall not be
badly bruised: on the head and hotly, and the stomach performs its functions
they wilt not go back to work unless allowed in this plate, and that any per- the others were more or less bruised. actively and regularly the food of which it NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY

their demands are complied with. There son attempting such sale ehall be tarred is the receptacle, is transformed into bloodof THE riOXEEK AGEACY.
seems to i/o no probability at present of and feathered and cowhkied: out of the PERHAPS IT IS A
DIAMOND. a nourishing quality which furnishes
For terms and address
adjusting me dimculties. village. Certain persons who were sample copies
vigor and warmth to the whole the
body, CIIAS.ILNAUMAN
talking of starting an original package Reflects the Colors uf the Rainbow, and is ,
the stomach i- Dr.
to
A Rise in Binding Twine. house here have not been heard from on Considered Quite Valuable. remedy give tone to Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla.
J. II. McLean's
MINNEAPOLIS, July 18.-The burning the subject since the meeting. KINGSTON, Ga., July 15.-A wonderful and Hlootllurifier. Strengthening Cordial

of 525 tons of binding twine here will stone has been found m ar here by John PIONEER COOPERAGEEstablished
Should Have Known Better.
cause a sharp advance. The amount LANCASTER N. H. 17.-Four McCraney.\ lie was plowing on a sadbar De Witt's Little Early Risers. Best IMS.; Tanks and Everything in the
burned July
about
represents seveneighthsof near the Etowah river, and saw some- Liver Pill made. Cure Coopering line. Thirty years experience.
Italian laborers on the Maine Central ever Constipation

and the prices entire will amount go up from in the$ cent twin to cities 4 orb road's extension were drowned while at- lights thing,shining close to with the the plow.most He brilliant stoppedand of every time. None equal. Use them now. Wheel-wrihtin[. Blactsiitliin !aM! Repairing -

nd. This rise will tempting to cross tho Connecticut riverin
cents a affect
po
it It
the entire country. a boat, opposite Stratford Hollow. picked up. was a clear white A beautiful woman must be healthy, a Specialty
stone, about the size of
an reflecting
The water where the bodies were recovered egg, and to remain healthy and beautiful she Tom Johnson Fin.
in all LaGrange
one way the colors of the ,
Suits Against tho United States. was only five feet deep, and if rainbow. Then should take Dr. J. H/McLean's Strength-
they had stood up could have waded turning it over the colors ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. It imparts
WASHINGTON
July 18. Suits for took on the character of a spirit level -
$113.50 a umtit; United States Treasurer ashore. No one knew their names or following each other up through the, tone and flush to the skin, strength, P.

Uu&tou by the Lumberman's National where they belonged.The center of the rock till all gathered in vigor and pure blood ; is equally adapted pPI

bank, of NVilLiuusport, Pa., and by the Annexation of Cuba. one end. Mr. McCraney has been offered for all ages, from the babe to the aged, of ----. .
Twiners' atilt lecnamcs' banK, of Val- 1,000 for it but refused either sex.There .
WASHINGTON, July 17.-Assistant Sec- to take it. I* recommended physicians became th.1.H rt>
ley City, a. 1), lot t6b.40 have been in- retary of State Adee said that he had It emits a perfectly white light in the healthy effects' all around them.A .
stituted for amounts claimed to be due is one medicine that will im-
no official information redirecting the dark. It is thought to I he a diamond of cure leading physician m New York and director of
to these banks. reported negotiations looking to the considerable vain" nn"\ it will( be tested. m'diatelv.Ve rerer to De Witt's Colic one of the Urge boti. Ula, says, F*b. ltb. 18W. t.e
and Cholera Cure for all summer ban made use of the P. P.. P_ ...nt him and was
Died hum Her Burns. purchase of the Island of Cuba by the No Com- pleased to say P P, p.-proved( of icacioui in t-number
United States. Senor Muruago, the The Work ol a .Swin.l er. plaints. delay, no disappointment, no of ease, and adds it la no more thanhethouldtare
TEENTON, July 18. Mrs. James minister is in ililure.Ve sell it-Dixon & Gray.A anticipated from the satisfactory combinationof
Spanish :: Europe, and BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 15.-A swind-
Kearns who such .
was so badly burned
ellknowndrugs.A
by nothing could be learned at the Spanish ler succeeded in plying his nefarious
her clothing catching lire when she attempted disordered condition of prominent railway Satantib:
legation about the matter.Won't here, and several hundred the stomach, superintendent of
game got dol-
to till me reservoir of a gaso- or malaria in the will sick (name given on application) ..11be wa enppled
system produce
lars. He succee led in getting a numberof by a disease in leg and arm, powerlrta to waiter
line stove from the
that followed -
explosion Recognize the Governor's Action. bogus checks cashed purchased a gold headache, you can remove this trouble by eat without assistance, having lost the HM ol M*
died at St. rrancu' hospital, VICKFEURO, Miss., July 17.-The levee watch, a diamond pin and other articles taking Dr. J. II. McLean's Little Liver limb. by rheumatism malaria, dyspepsia etc.

after agonies.suiitring the most excruciating board of the Filth Louisiana district and paid for all of them with worthless, and Kidney Pellets. 25 cents per vial. returned Physician him here here sent and him he to waa New aa complete York and a wreck they

Monday night refuse to recognize the checks. When the character of these as one could te and live A course of P. P- P. LA*
There Will Ho No Deficit. action of Govejnor isicholLj removing checks was discovered there was a disgusted Mysterious: Disappearance. made him a well man.

WASHINGTON, July 18.-Representative President F. L. Maxwell and Members set of men. The fellow was Mr?. John A. Clarke was a great; suflerer I'. P. P is known among physicians In the Soothfor

Cannon, chairman of the house Goldman, Thirp and Cordill, of the known here as Edwin M. Allen, and had from Indigestion and Sick Head-ache. She its various asd wonderful cures as the great
appropriations -
blood
purifier of the
committee, is out with a board. It was declared that the gov- been selling medicine about the city fora left her home last Saturday to buy a bottleof age.

statement about the revenues and expenditures ernor had no legal grounds or right to short time. No one knows anything De Witt's Little Early Risers, took a

of the government duringthe make the removal. about him. lie made good: his escape. dose, and her head-ache disappeared as Blood Poison .

current fiscal year, in which he says Delacey sad Early. mysteriously as it cam e. Try them. Dixon -
the will overbalance Piedmont Chatauqua.ATLANTA & Gray. '
revenues apprOpri-
FREDERICKSBCRO, Va., July 17.Maj.J. .
A.Um, Horace Delacey is out with a long Ga., July 15.-To-morrow Primary Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, old
CONGRESS. open letter denouncing Gen. Jubai will be the opening day of the Piedmont Frequently accidents occur in the house- torl'lI. pimples, blotches scrofula blood and mercurial -

Early. There has been a wordy war- Chatauqua, at Lithia Springs, Ga. It hold which cause burns, cuts, sprains and poison and skin diseases are eradicated by
Hundred and is that bruises; for use in such Dr. J. II. the Doe of P. P P. Hosts of certificates are in
Qn Sixty-Eighth Day. fare between the two distinguished expected a large delegation will cases
ex- once to show the cures in these dfeeate where another
In the senate-Among the bills from this city well from McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for -
reportedwas Confederates for a long time, the quarrel go as as other medicines have filled.Rheumatism.
one appropriating 850,000 for & memorial having originated in political differ- cities in Georgia. The programme will many years been the constant favorite

structure at Marietta commemoratingthe ences. It ie Bated that serious results be an interesting one, and the features family remedy.We .

settlement of the northwestern terri- mar frllow- will be so arranged, from day to day, ,

tory. A bill was Introduced for the erection as to draw visitors from every section, rcommend De Witt's Colic and "

of a monument in Washington to Cope Bros. Embarrassed and Lithia Springs will sparkle with lit- Cholera Cure because we believe it a safe -

Gen. Putnam. The sundry civil service PHILADELPHIA, July Judgments eratUl of the highest order. It is pre- and reliable remedy. Its good effects Inflamatory, gout, sciatic, and It. kindred diseases

appropriation bill was considered until aggregating $35,000 were entail in dicted that Chatauqua, this season, will shown at once in cases of Cholera Morbus are i with its excruciating pains are cured by the 1
wonderful blood cleansing properties of[P. P. P.
5:30p. m., when the senate adjourned.In be a grand in
success
court against B. Cope & Bros., manufacturers every way. and similar complaints. Dixon & Gray. Prickly Ash Poke Boot and Potassium.)
the house-The Atkinson bill, grant- of hosiery. It is thought they rt
Ing certain rights to the Pennsylvania will matte an assignment. Perished in the Flames. "

railroad In the District of Columbia, was NORWICH, Conn. July 18.-Two children I Unsuspected disorders of the kidneys are Catarrh

considered, and recommitted to the dis- Harrison Goes to Cape May. between 4: aDd 5 years old, belong- responsible for many of the ordinary ail-

trict committee with instruction A motion WASHINGTON, July 18.-The presidentwill ing to Timothy Sullivan aud John ments of humanity which, neglected, develop -

to lay on the table a motion to recon- leave Washington for Cape May to IfrtMil, of Colchester! set on fire the into a serious and-j perhaps, fatal Originates in scrofnlons:Ulnt' P.P.P. I nriflti the

sider failed to develop a quorum, and at remain until Monday, unless he makes burn of Patrick McCarthy on Gillett's malady. Experience would suggest the blood and this prevents catarrh.1,-44*. .
.
the house fell, ia-that piece, while playing with use of Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kid- L1PPlIA.DR08.,
fcSO p. m. adjourned a change in his present plans, to- jsb'- I Sol proprietor* of P. P. P.Lippman .
.. fer ..4 iu 1he.anes. Balm.
.
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: THE FLORIDA STAR. THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1890. a _


': THE GOULD_ TRAGEDY._ SL-'?3ED TO BE JCE JACKSON, THE COLOPEH ALLIANCE -

r \ MEN YOU HEAR Or. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
fVie*.. itaUrre the WIf of Gould tras a A rtur In
Crime xtlt rtnbe Burrow, Of Georgia in Se*,ion in Macon-A Sensible -
If i;. the li:rs. Document.
2 Mi'UPHY, N. C., July 10.-Mrs. Lillian BinrasGiLui.: Ala. stout, with white hair and close cropped A. B. CAMPBELL -
Jul11.D tect- MACON, Ga.. July 18.-The colored Al-
.. )L Gould's deplorable situation has en- ivtsol the Southern Express liance whiskers. He is a man of amiable manners I
the of company of Georgia is in session here. The Jacksoiiyille, Florida.
sympathy ladies
lifted in
many have and his blue shine with
just arrived here from eyes good
Mississippi president, Ed S. Richardson is
a conservative -
behalf. The fact that the
.her was a per- with a prisoner; supposed to be Joy Jack- negro, and is calculated to be of humor. I
wife the victim of Knabe Pianos
secuted Weber
haughty relatives Pianos Haines
ten, a > ,
ann with
-r Rule
i
Burrow ,
the great benefit to his race. He the One of the of the members of
says jolliest
well of
as as a cowardly husband, noted train robber.' The Bros. Pianos, Morris Piano, Wilcox &
her friends. In man was cap- Alliance does not propose to meddle with the United States senate is Senator Wol-
feats won speaking of thetragedy tured at Columbus, Jf :>3. He gives his politics. The White Organs and Chicago Cottage Or-
following is resolution
,which occurred about a of Colorado. He is thick set
two weeks cott short
name as J. B. Winslow gans. I will sell and Deliver
and denies all offered by J. W. Carter, one of the state at your
she said : and broad of beam. His fund of humoris
ago knowledge of Rube Burrow. When arrested trustees, which was adopted : nearest station High; GradeEDiaflQs
"The very first week we were here, in he had well nigh inexhaustible.
two pistols and $160 in "Be it Resolved, That we, the Colored
a threatened fit of ungovernable to leave me rage destitute, my husband here I money. He is a tall, slender, darkskinned Farmers' National Alliance and Cooperative Mayor Job Male, of Plainfield, N. J., :

when his did young man with a black mustache Union of Georgia, upon our declaration who is SO years old,has an umbrella that

husband begin money to ill came.use me Why directly my is neatly dressed and talks very I of purposes, whose object is the he has carried for thirty-five years. It I
we I intelligently. He says he has no regular elevation of our people by teaching them { -OR-
were alone In the little house? I didn't abiding place and has been recoveredfour times, though
no occupation. the love of their wives, children, homes, I II
ask him to come back to from lost mislaid
me Eng- Superintendent never or once.
Agee, of the express education, accumulation of wealth, love Organs
land. AU my letters sent to him from company, says the man is certainly Jack- to God and their country, the advocacyof Carl Schurz has almost completely ,

Tellico Plains were of the admonitory eon, and that he has been implicated ina true justice, judgment and equity between dropped out of life in New York. Oc-

tifid. Once my husband told me he dozen tram robberies in the south and man and man : obedience to law- casionally he is seen in Wall street, and For less money than any other house

ooull marry and woman with money in the west in the past five years. -He was the ful authoritv, shunning all crimes and once in a while at the theatre or public in the United States. I will ship a Piano

old country such a dd he b wished d idiot he hadn'tbeen brains of the gang," said Agee, "and I vice; regard politics as a gigantic evil, dinner, but he no longer mingles in the or Organ to any honest man or woman -

to this filthy, damnable--- hole as to return would rather have him a prisoner than and do hereby protest against its being great whirl of the town.If on trial, and if not satisfactory, I
etc. Rube
Burrow himself. He has robbed I brought into any of our sub-Alliances in will pay freight both $25 cash
"\Vbtnhe talked in this way, it was trains in Texas Mississippi, and the express the state. But we earnestly and sin- there is any one thing in particular and $10 a month on a ways.Piano and $10
difficult for me to refrain from'expressisg in Alabama." I which W. Field the well known ,
company cerely ask that the jury commissioners Cyrus cash and $5: month
a on an until
in derision
myself and contempt. I There are rewards aggregating $.'>,000 throughout this grand old state of which millionaire, detests it is the smell of tobacco paid for-not much organ

tier to keep him quiet by going downo for the arrest and conviction of Jackson. we are all so proud and truly devoted to, smoke. Cigars, and even pipes, rent. On more than ordinary

the kitchen or out of the room. He When taken to the jail here, the prisoner as moon as their conception of the code he thinks bad enough, but the fumes of t.hese'ery liberal terms any
would follow me sometimes, and watch- surveyed the if one can own an instrument. Send for
place as looking for a of Georgia will so serve them, draw colored -
he
ing what I was doing, would say : Lily, chance to escape. He asked for a receipt men on the jury, at least in those cigarettes positi't'elyabhors. Free Catalogue; containing full informs

do be a good little child. Do be reasonable for his money and pistols, and ordered a cases where our people are to be tried." Speaker Reed wears a black derby hat tion. Sheet music, Strin-rs,Violins Ban-

my Airhug.' I would look at him splendid lunch brought to his cell. He and in cold weather a thin overcoat. He jos, Guitars, Accordeons, and in fact,

calmly and say : Charlie, do you know offered to pay the turnkey to have a cell I A DOUBLE MURDER. 1 5 described as "lumbering along like an every Musical Instrument that is made,

what you are saying, and how you are cleaned out and fixed up. as if he ex- I old sailor, arms swinging at his side,and and at very low prices. Send for complete -

treating ma flow ? I cannot come backto pected to stay quite a while. Two Brothers Willie and John Bird, the his legs slightly bowed." He has a reddish catalogues.:: I have 20,000 pieces
bed. I will not listen after
your to of Choice
you Music
RICh brutal words. Victims. mustache, so small that it is invisible at 10 cents per copy.

"'Then go to hell, and be damned to DRY GOODS CLERK ARRESTED. SAVANNAH, Ga.. July Is.-The news at a short distance. A. B. CAMPBELL

you' said he. After muttering threats Charged with Cheating and Swindling, and of a has horrible jut been murder received in Effingham here. It county i Henry B. Stone, who recently resigned Jacksonville; FIiu ,
he would! quiet down for a while." seems the vice of the
Other Little themes.ATLA that Willie Bird and Robbie Norton had I position of president Chicago I
.
It will be remembered that, while ina >TA, G: .. July 17.-T. H. B. traded mules, and later on Bird became Burlington and Quincy railroad,

tine drunken plunged tit.a dagger Gould into brat him his wife from, and the Thorpe, a dry goods clerk, skipped out, dissatisfied. and he and his brother John I is less than 35 years old. Twelve years HER L I AM AGAIN !

and would have made his escape if the hitched up the mule to the road cart and ago he entered the railway service, and
effect of which he died. She
arrested and at the soon trial was steamer had left Savannah for Boston, drove up to Dr. Norton's place, when i in the time since then he has climbed
,
preliminary Mass., as he had calculated but the Robbie Norton refused to annul the
; i from the bottom to nearly the top
exonerated and here. very
is yet "cop" nabbed him while he was waiting trade, and upon Mrs. Norton refusing to | round of the ladder. J. W ROGERS

the departure the steamer, and he will deliver up the keys, Willie Bird drew ,
WATERMELONSBrine be brought back to this city to answerto his pistol and told his brother John to The number of farewell dinners given Before an intelligent
appreciative and
the charge of cheating and swindling.He break down the door and take the mule. j to Toole, the very popular English come- discriminating
two ConimUtion :Men Before the I public, presents himself
came here from Massachusetts, and At this time Norton shot the two Birds, i dian, in London, was remarkable. The and makes his bow
Court*-Hound Oyer. made friends easHAfter being employed I is two shots were heard. The entire j actresses, being denied admission to the h candidate announcing that he
a for their
ATLANTA Ga., July 16.-\\". H. Bird some time, he seems to have be-I back part of Willie Bird's head was j dinner given him by his professional wishes and-cash. favor, good

and W. C. Ballard, commission men in gun work in a regular systematic way.I i olown off, and John was shot in the ab- I brothers, organized one for themselves,

this city, were arrested at the instanceof He got a Capital City bank check book, J iomen. Young Norton escaped, and it I and carried it out with great magnificence As blood is thicker than water, so is
D. 13. Hill, who had them five and lot of them for is believed that he has
shipped signed up a various j gone to South Mr. Toole being the only man ca=h bettr than credit. He to
car loads of melons from Smithvilletwo amounts, and going from store to store, I Carolina.:: I Ellen get out of the old ruts and propose Sell his
weeks a XI). In payment for three would make small purchases and tender present. Terry presided. Goods at Rock Bottom
Prices
cars he received checks on James's bank, a check in payment, receiving the difference -I ROLLED TO DEATH. Cash. for hard

remitted at parate times. The first in cash. In this way he got, it I MEN OF LETTERS.
The Mules Run and the Driver Us
check was paid all right but the other is said, about $100. He had pre-arranged I Away He handles a first-class line ofOlotliiiig
two-for 391 and $!#were lost. Itseems his plans, and at once boarded the Central i Mangled Under the Wheels I Edward Bellamy author of "Looking

that in a few days their accountat train for Savannah, expecting to j GREENVILLE, S. C., July 19.-A darks Backward," says that he has not made

the bank was balanced, and nothingwas make close connection with a New York i named Prince Young was unloading a I the fortune out of his book which the i

left tu their credit. or Boston steamer, but failed. lot of lumber from his wagon, and while I have credited him with mak ,
Mr. Hill would not accept duplicate The wily young man's conduct here j the lumber was being thrown off, a lady, newspapers I Both Ready-made and to Order.

checks for throe lost:: and which were was soon found out and the wires were in pacing, touched the mule iu some ing.M.
never presented to the bank for pay- at once sought, with the above result. way, causing it to take fright and nm. Poltoranof has been authorized by HisGents'

ment. He came to Atlanta and tried to Prince was standing between the wheels, !! the minister of the interior to edit a Russian '

get a settlement with the commission BAD MARKSMEN. I and, catching hold of one of them, triedto I daily paper in Samarkand. It will Famishing Department

men but they did not give him satisfaction stop the team, but in some way he I be the first Russian organ to appear in
either from inability to do so or design Four Shot Fired by Each Party, but not a became entangled and could not get central Asia. I' Is Complete. Xobby Hats from

to defraud, and Mr. Hill had them Bullet Hit Either of Them. loose, and at each revolution of the first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the

arrested, fearing that they intended to GREENVILLE, t>. C., July 17.-Main wheel he was thrown under it until the i The opinion of the general public, as most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and

leave the city. Mr. Bird and Mr. Ballard street was the scene of a shooting scrape team was stopped. When released, it opposed to the few critics of W. D. Hand Satchels, too low to quote.

Loth gale bond and were released. about 8 o'clock p. m., the participants I was found that his injuries were fatal. Howells' works, is shown by the enor- For fine Cigars and Tobaccos lie

being Major W. A. Williams and Rudolph He lingered a few hours in great agony mota sales of his books. His income is not be excelled in the countv.I can

ESCAPED FROM JAIL. Legon. These gentlemen had a and died-having been rolled to death. said to be very nearly $23,000; a year. I I earnestly ask an inspection of

dispute, in the course of which some Goods before my
The famous French author, Daudet, is buying elsewhere.
Three JOjroe* MaLe a Dash for Liberty in very rough language was used, but the What the Watermelon Trust Did. I
Sumter County JuiLAMERICUS interference of friends prevented blows. i CHICAGO, Ills., July 18.-Some weeks in his 49th year. Though not wealthy, I .J. IV. Uog-ers.

Ga. 16. Just dusk Each went off, armed himself, and returned ago a trust was formed on Georgia watermelons he has a modest fortune, and his house is
July at
the door opening into the corridor where to the same place. Some words and they were shipped to various a meeting place for delightful people. GEO. E. CHASE. A. G. CHAJ-PELL.
were exchanged and Legoii drew a revolver agents in all large northern cities, Personally great novelist is extremely -
t *e cells are located, was unlocked, inorder GEO. E. CHASE & CO.
allow foodto and commenced tiring on Williams to be auctioned off at wholesale. Dealersin I attractive. ,
to a uegio girl to carry
who returned it. Each fired four this city quietly r.ned: a counter
a prisoner aliove. The moment the Zola is one of the most extravagant of SHIP
and neither of combination and when the first CHANDLERY
turned. shuts, strange to say. Georgia
key was two prisonersWalter and his
negro notwithstanding princely
men ,
Ford and John Greendashedtyye them was hit, and they were not more I melons were put up fc>r sale, there wasonlT'
I than twenty feet apart.: The street was i, one bid-a terrible low one-for the income he is comparatively poor. The HARDWARE
and made their
the door
n escape. crowded with people, but fortunately no I} entire lot and the melons had to go at it. greater part of his fortune has been spenton
and Sheriff Bass.with
The alarm .
was given, I
a poe e. pursued them. They were one was hit. I II The Iurcha..erwould then dit'i.Ieup: with his estate ia Meadon, with its castle, I Patent LOB Wire RODe Rijpf.
I his fellow-conspirators, and they chargedfull park and pavilions.Hall .
overtaken a t Lort distance from the jail, I
POKER PLAYING. price to the public. The trust broke, I FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS.
aDd oiw of them, John Green was capture I Caine, who wrote "The Deems
and Chicago is now a free market, and s I
*!. For l is still at large. While thepos&ee his ster, the book from which the playuBenmyChree" Agent for Devoe & CVa Paints, Tule
Short in Accounts.
City ClerJt Anglin melon are not compelled to sell
growers II I Life
Preservers
was searching for the escaped prisoaers was dramatized, is ayoung Tent & Awning Co.
bid mr'nail .
Ill Father Is Rich. for a single or a r : or more.
another prisoner named Monroe I man who lives in a pleasant cottage I Patent Anchors.
Adams let him.-elf down with a blanket BIRMINGHAM. Ala., July 17.-City the in Kent BOAT GEAR OF ALL
They Struck Wrong "Way.DANVILLE I near Bereley England; the KINDS.
short in his
Clerk Thomas L. Anglin is
from the floor above, and made his
rope The sow at large were aCl."Ol1ntl ixrhaps se'erthuu..and dol- Va.. July l?.-This town i I house is full of Rosetti relics; the most I Correspondence Solicited. Telephone

escape.in jail for arson negroes, while Green was in for lars. Anglin tried to cover up his tricks has had one of the strangest strike on interesting of the novelist's possessionsis \ 2GG.i .

murder. by tearing the stubbs from the license I record. A few das ago a butcher was I a curious old lantern which was car i Ms. 88 <$. 00, E. Bay St.

book, but this was discovered. He has imprisoned for violating a city ordinance, ried by Eugene Aram on the fatal night. i ,
to the whereuj on all the butchers closed their I' JACKSOXTILLE FL.A.
"MURDER WILL OUT. not turned over any money ,
I the late Lucas '
A of
and said would sell son Hippolyte an :CO-lyr.!
urer since July, and says he has treas-I stalls they no more
lien ROM Brutally A a..liiated In 1889 show for the licenses issued. He I meat until the ordinance was changed. eminent critic of Paris, has recently I j

and the Murderer* Conr"GUE.YIU..E he has no explanation to make. He is I Since that time no fresh meats could be I published some interesting letters addressed FOR SALE

,S. C.,July 16.-Ben Ross, still in the city, and his father, who is I.. bought in the market for love or moi.ey, I to his father by noted authors. ,
very rich, will probably make good the and the people were greatly inconveni Among them is the following note from THE ELEGANT:
of
member of notorious mcoa- I
a a party I
shortage. iWer; patag; supposed to enced. The butchers, hmvever, have Dumas, pere: "My Dear Confrere-Have

efewers near this in jlae.the.Blue wa -aaainatni Ridge numir.ains a hale, 1 I\'e: been the t-au.e .f Az.glia's. crime. I come to the conclusion that tI! ey were I the kindness to let me go down to posterity RESIDENCE AND GROVE
He has been su" le i. and a full investigation getting the vror-t rf rhtrik*>. and now !
jn saying in The Siecle that
houvone i.f.ht in by
sitting in his own I my
made. steaks"' h 'l ual. OF L. E. BARNES
February. ls9. No cine could be had as of his liuks is ueiug "Voyage au Sinai" is the chef d'ceuvre ,

to who was the murderer until a few PLANNING TO ROB THE TRAINDei of chefs d' nvre." ROCK LEDGE, FLA.,
William L Howard, better
day au. The Rioting Negroes Quieted Down. Sir William Gull'. Successor. I Containing Seven and One-Third

known he and hu SLA cousin"Little, known Bill, confessed as "Big Bill"that peradses Organized to Rob the Express BLACKVILLE, S. C., July 17.-The determined -j I"I Some of the papers have been indulging !: Acres of Land fronting Indian River.

Huvniru. .hvt him. Their reason for doing Train Next Friday. action of the white people of |I in ungenerous speculations concern- ': Large. Roomy RESIDENCE, elegantly -

so was" because R ** had turned informer BIP.ID'GH.Ala... July 17.-Information Barnwell county prevented any further I ing Sir William Gull's successor as physician Finished. Also a Three-Room
and had reported them and their has just oeen received here that a trouble at Kea :e settlement. The negroes t in ordinary to the queen. The t. COTTAGE and Outbuilding.! One of

friends to the revenue offic n. gang of desperadoes are urbanized and it Ls believed: nave returned to I vacancy will be filled: as a matter of the most desirable places in Rock Ledge
rob train of the Bil"minj.h'lm f their work. The news that aid had been hammock.
The State Teachers' association is in ready to a ;;
Dr. Richard
} Powell
few**** here. They will be in session for Mineral road. On Friday. 4'),(oar will i sought and was coming;: caused the negroes course, by Douglas;: For price, terms, etc., apply to
who is the senior of the three
three week. A profitable season is look- be sent to Blockton mines from this city to abandon their intentions.The I physicians Albert A. Taylor Cocoa Fla.
ed for. They will go on an excursion to to pay off the miners. The money: will body of Grant the negro who was ; extraordinary. When once a medical :
Paris mountain next Saturday. be shipped by express: and it is believed riddled with bullets was viewed by a t man has been appointed physician extraordinary i!
that an attempt will be made to rob the { great many negroes, and the women, I his promotion to be physician A. L. Hatch & Son j

ARMED WITH WINCHESTERS train. It w said that the robbers are who are generally the most boisterous in ordinary is a mere matter of course i| DEALERS Df "

-- headed by Jim Morrison and Bartow talk quietly about the conflict. The ne- j and question of seniority, and the next I

Three hundred BUck Threaten to CleanUp Thrasher:two escaped convicts who are groes who ambushed the young white I| vacancy will be filled by Dr. George iDRY GOODS NOTIONS
lurking in that locality. The officials men will be arrested. Mr. Kearse. it is
the \Vhite Johnson. The has four
wounded. Medical queen physicians ,
have Un notified. feared. was fatally j i
BJLMBEBG. S. C., July 16.-Information i assistance for the wounded has arrived. I I in ordinary, and each receives a salary of \ Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery
has Um r.-c-.eel from Hearse, a town- Demand for Hlh.rW c". 1 200 a year, but in reality her majt\ ,

tfetpiu U..niA.-H county where the race TOPEKA, Kan., July 17.-A committee Killed by Lightning. :: never sees any of them xcept Sir William 1! Stationery, Family Medicines -

tl"Otltli'P o t-urred some months ago, tot representing the trainmen of the i t COLUMBIA, S. C., July 17.-Mr. James JpnIl r and Dr. James Reid her resident : Garden SetJs,

the eff..t in.it more trouble i? feared. I Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe system, i: Coogler. a farmer living near this city, I I I 'meical attendant London World : CHOICE GROCERIES
i A mfcn .. i.u lids just arrived here from appeared before General Manager Robinson was killed by lightning. He had been : ,
Hear ...+iv that over d-'J negroes, all I Monday and asked for higher {'I I !
armed wuh nw Winchester rifle, had I wages. The conference continued all { plowing, but seeing the his storm lines coining and,
gathered. awl that serious trouble was I day. The company has not yet an- he started hastily home.gathered He had up gone but ,a few i 1 i is Mrs. R. Mac kray. of Ottowa. She is j I CITY PORT FLORID.

;; expected. One negro had been killed, nounced whether the advance will be steps when the thunder and lightning ;' described as a "lovely, petite blonde. t

: aad be.rroi I.t both races were injured. t made. I commenced, and as he approached a tree i| with curly golden hair, dark blue eyes

!- A white milieu company has just left lightning struck him and the mule, killing i i and a Dresden china complexion." & s L'Engle & 0011
here for the scene of trouble, and thewhit.a She will be Sent to the ylnm. both instantly. 1 .
from I i i| Miss Nellie Arthur daughter of the
will be reinforced byjthoee 15. Mis Minnie
ALBANY, Ga., July i :
late President Arthur, has become i
the surrounding counties. No cause is victim of the JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Towns a young Luly morphine Collins is in JaiLC..U.HOl I ,
asriig&fel for the trouble beyond the bad I has been tried a writ picturesque young lady.with a brilli.vnt
habit upon !
i Mood; U-iweeo the races.: I of lunacy, and will be sent to the asylum i Ga., July 17.-Collins, the : complexion. Large, soft brown eyes aI Crockery, Glassware,
I man who is charged with hiring a negro graceful figure and an original and effective -
I' for treatment. '! to murder his wife at Plainville, in this House-Furnishing,

j The Population or Chicago. I The little 3-vear-old .lau_:iter of Mr. [ count. on the 3d inst.. and who was ; taste in dresas. I Lamps. Oil $ Vapor Stoves
WASBIH&TO, July 18.-Superintendent and Mrs. Calkin, who fell from a second brought !bw'i from North Carolina to this Miss Minnie Hank. the American ,

, sorter received from supervisor i window of the Kimball house in II place, w.s taken from jail and carried prima doana has purchased the Villa Gate City\Stone\ Filters.

Gilbert tAt final figures of the population t story Atlanta, lived only a short time. The before a justice of the peace, but waived Friebsch. near Lucerne where Ricaard -

1 of Chicago, which place the popu- father will arrive from )Madison Wis.. preliminary triaL He was committedto Wagner lived for several years and Tfc solicit the"patronage of
I, lattoa of that city at 1,101,263. In it GO when the remains of his heart's Mol will I await time action of the grand jury at where he wrote -GotterdaTaaaemag."" oar neighbours he

the ofectal count showed a population be laid to rest. the next August term of the court. 1 ta; "Meistersinser": and ''Se tried.- EAST COAST.i' .
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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1890.
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THE FLORIDA STAR. THE "Gentleman in New York" trick, If he does this to-<1ay-it will show COCOA. Somebody says the census is being t

as advocated by the new East Coast that he has put aside his personal inter- ]Ir. James Holmes arrived home last taken, but if so, no one has yet been ;

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Transportation Company, did not have est in the matter; if not the people will Tuesday from his business trip to Michi caught in the act down in this: section. t-

ELLIS H WAGER Editor and Publisher., much weight with our people down the readily understand the answer to our gan. The Mary B. arrived in from Jacksonville !

river against Titusville. .As one of the inquiry as published last week, which on the 10th, and the Bessie B.
arrived -
Minor S. of Titus-
Judge Jopes,
$1.50 per Annum. most prominent men of Rock Ledge has read as follows: on the 12th, both with full
said: "We recognize that as an incor- "Why did Messrs. Robbins & Gra- ville, spent Saturday and Sunday in County clerk cargoes.
at Titusville at A. F. Quimby took
Cocoa.
Entered at the Pod Office a
which ham counsel for the steamboat
porated town Titusville has rights new down
Second-Class Matter. run to visit his Palm Beach friend
are strictly her own. Our best friendsare company, frame the two ordinances, Messrs. D. L. Gaulden and Geo. M. on the 11th, and returned to Juno

The Star has the Largest circulationof people who reside in Titusville," and passed last Thursday, in their private Robbins drove down from Titusville .he 12th.J. on

any paper on the East coast of Fla.A we will add that Titusville will always office, and thrust them at the Town Monday and returned the same day.

have the welfare of the river at heart. : Council without previously consulting The new bell for the M. E. Church A. Durst shipped his artesian weU
Inch in !space; 18 squares sinking tools on the L'. and
Emily l
SQUAUEIS! one let
make a column. The people of Cocoa, Rockledge and else with our town-people, or letting it be arrived :Friday, and on Saturday was
the
always advertising enclosing rates two enquire cent stamp.ofthe Editor where do not propose to strike at Titus- known publicly beforehand that one of placed in position. It has an excellenttone. on side route.10th for Jacksonville, via the in-

yule to suit the whims of a transportation their firm, who is, also, a member of the .

MEMBER OF company. They have agreed to Council, would introduce such ordin- The Ladies' Sewing Society met at The County Commissioner. met at

PRESS ASSOCIATION I give that company fifty per cent of their ances and vote for them ?" the residence of Mrs. 0. K. Wood, Juno on the 7th, and amongst other

FLORIDA I freight when carried under certain con- The Town Council, in considering the Wednesday afternoon. There was a labors they tried to equalize the assessed

AFFILIATED WITH ditions and that is sufficient, and was all] recent stock ordinance, gave public great demand for their ice cream. value of all lands in the county.

Xational Editorial Association. that company asked for. notice a week in advance of its consider- Has neither the United States, the
)Ir. J. M. Sanders expects to move
ation, but was this done in the case of State of Florida, the actual nor the
his family from City Point to their new
THE majority of the Democratic votersof these two ordinances referred to? No! would be settler any right that the
IT is with pleasure that we learn of home in Cocoa. We will be pleased to
Florida are opposed to the reelectionof I Will the reader notice that in his let- Canal Company is bound to respect?
the stand taken by Senator Hardee, number them among our residents.
Senator Call, if the newspapers repre- ter Dr. Graham does not quote the entire Rev. E. Heyser and son, Bemen, left
Editor Andrews and Mr. Travis in ad- Rev. B. F. Brown held service in St.Iark's .
sent the wishes of the people, which it is part of our inquiry? for Georgia the 8th, but it is hoped they
dressing the mass meeting held at Cocoa ) Episcopal Church last Sunday
Hence if It is generally considered in cases
generally conceded they do. will return ere tomatoes bear again, and
Monday in discussing the appeal of the morning. We regret it is the last ser-
h \ is re-elected it will be proof positive where a measure is introduced that bring the rest of the family with them.A. .
East Coast Transportation Company.The mon will hear from Mr. Brown
we un-
it. materially! interests member of assembly -
that 'ring-rule" accomplished a any
M. Wilder is the
down the river understandthe having finishing
people that it is simply justice that sucha til October, as he is going north for a
situation thoroughly and correctly.It vacation.Mr. touches put on his new East Side residence -
member shall not vote on such plea-
SENATOR Sherman, having recentlyachieved is entirely too presumptuous for the sure. In this instance we find that the A. G. Weinberg and Mr. D. R. a carpenter from Fort Pierce doing
the in steamboat after have the inside work, and W. J. Peterson, of
some glory by manner new company, they
ordinances were previously understoodby Johnson, for the past week have been
the silver been all the from Juno, doing the painting.On
which he managed to bring guaranteed support "
Dr. Graham and Mr. M. Brown, clearing their lots and building on the
and anti-silver men together to the sup- those people that they asked for, to now Mr. Weinberg the arrival here of the Mary B.,
Mr. Brady was chairman and could not beach back of Georgiana. -
port of a bill which has become a law, request them to take a hand in the new down Capt. Schleppy found a telegram await-
vote. Mr. Belcher did not vote at all, will move his family there
has decided to retire to private life at company's fight with the present steam- ing him announcing the death of a sister
claiming} that he did not understand the very soon to spend a month or two.
the expiration of his present term in boat company. at Fort Pierce and he immediately left
matter i roperly. Hence the ordinanceswere A of baseball was played Friday
C4 of and The that the rail- game for there but returned to duty again
1893. He is now years age proof being positive "passed without a dissenting vote" afternoon between the Butterflies and ; on
life 40 real wharf is leased theIndian River the 15th.
has been in public over years. to .
by two members out of a Board of five Toughs, on their new ground in front
Steamboat Company, have not the com- Our B. I. R. friends seem to be pick-
aldermen. We do not think the letter of J. M. Sanders'residence.. The gameat
ONE of the most effectual remedies for peting line all the evidence they wantto calls for further comment on our part. the finish stood 19 to 7 in favor of ing up lots of rumors about some of our

the bite of venomous snakes, says Dr. go before the railroad commissionnext We used the word "rescind" in our the Toughs. There was quite a crowd vessels being lost that run between here

Brown, in Northwestern Medical Journal, Tuesday? editorial when it would have been strictly present witness the gam ". and Jacksonville. To save all parties

is tincture of iodine. Apply it in full proper to have said "reconsider, interested a great deal of trouble, the

strength to the wound, and take intern WE publish the following sections from amend or repeal," but the word"rescind"was Special the Methodist meetings Church.are being Rev.conductedin T. J. next time any B. I. R. folks pick up any

drop in a teaspoonful! of water such rumors we wish they would bead a
ally one used in the in the ,
the Laws of Florida explaining to electors very same sense Nixon and preached
every five minutes until improvement in how they can obtain renewal election article written by 3Iessrs. Robbins & was present morn- piece of sail, some of the caulking, a lock
ing and evening, Sunday also Monday -
on ;
the symptoms are apparent ; then less Graham headed"Appeal to the People1published of hair or an old chew of tobacco for
certificates or transfer certificate Those evening. Rev. M. Hamilton of
until full He of identification.It .
frequently recovery. last week. purposes
interested should read these sections
Sebastian preached Saturday evening.
claims this to be a specific, even when carefully so they may not be preventedfrom If the word rescind had been used'in is stated that county commissioner
Rev. IIenr Hice, of Sanford, arrived
the patient is in a sinking condition and voting this fall. the petition proper it would not have Nugent has resigned, and intends to
and will conduct the
Tuesday morning,
the case apparently hopeless. He says Sec. 15 Every elector shall have the caused the number of names to have meetings the remainder of the week. leaye shortly for Honduras. It is to be

he i is aware that other remedies ure right to a renewal of his certificate of shrunk to "less than a dozen." hoped that his district will select another

known to physicians, bdt claims this to registration; without fee or charge when EAU CALLIE. commissioner to fill the place who will
PUBLIC MEETING.
exceed them all. be faithful and conscientious in the
the same becomes defaced by time or accident as

upon his surrendering such certi- Pursuant to notice, a number of the James T. Stewart's new residency?, at discharge of his duties as Mr. Nugenthas

IT is now the appropriate time for the ficate so defaced to the Supervisor of orange growers and citizens of City Tropic, is fast approaching completion. always been. His many friends: regret -

Democrats of the Second Congressional Registration. Any elector who may lose Point, Cocoa, Rockledge: and Mcrritt's Engineer Geo. Houston returned to his resignation and departure, but

District of Florida to renominate Gen- his certificate of registration: shall be en- Island, met in Hill's Hall, Cocoa, on his duties in our county town on Friday all wish him success: in his new venture.

eral Robert Bullock to be his own suc- titled to a renewal thereof by the Super- Monday, the 21st inst., to consider the last. Several years ago the East Coast Canal

cessor in Congress, as he has just been visor of Registration!: of the county in 'Appeal to the People" of Indian River looked Co. offered to sell a northern man some
Captain Carey's place never so
unseated by the Committee on Elections which such elector was registered, upon from the attorneys of the East Coast well as the present summer. A. H. fifty acres of land back here in the

their in favor of seating therefor and of the Transportation Company published in the
making report application proof as Trafford has the place in charge. swamp at $75 an acre, "being
Goodrich. loss in the following manner : He shall in the STAR of the 17th. tropical zone, etc," and gave the number

General Bullock announces his readiness at any time before the next general elect On motion, Prof. W. II. Peck was Mrs. Wesson is now domiciled with of acres just one more than the govern-

to accept a renomination by the ion, apply for a renewal of his certificate, called to the chair, and II. N. Andrewswas her daughter, Mrs. Trafford, and is a ment survey called for, and the land in

District Convention which meets at stating, under oath, to be administeredby elected Secretary.The welcome addition to our social circle. question did not belong to the Canal Co.

Ocala, next month, in the following the Supervisor, the facts of his former Chairman stated the object of We are pleased to note that Mr. B. nor even to the State. What kind of

language, given to the Times-Unions registration and of such loss, and that he the meeting, and Senator G. S. Hardee J. Stewart's young son has recovered title could they have given to this land

Washington correspondent last Friday : has not sold, bartered or parted with his explained more fully what was intendedto from his recent dangerous spell of sick- and would they have' had the "cheek"to for
have taken this 'sucker's" money
"In view of the near approach of the certificate for any pecuniary or other be taken into consideration. ne s. such a (no) title as they could have given

nominating convention of the Second valuable consideration, and has not wilfully Portions of the "Appeal"were read The Misses:; Allie and Mollie Nicholson and at the rate of $75 dollars an acre,
I
congressional district of Florida, I deemit i destroyed or lost it. and commented upon and speeches were are spending a few days in our townat and then charge for one acre more than

my duty to myself, my friends and the Sec. 10.-In case of the removal of an made by Messrs. Hardee. Sharpe, An- the residence of Mrs. Hodgson, Pinewood the' government survey called for? U.This S.
land has since been entered in the
people whom I have the honor to repre- elector from one residence to another in drews, Hughlett and Travis. Lodge. Land Office, proved up on, and is now ina

sent, in order to end the uncertaintythat the same district, or from one district to J... C. Oliver, of Titusville, also made Capt. Bennett can boast of having the second party's band The question K

seems to prevail as to my position another district in the same county, such remarks explaining the action of their best garden in our neighborhood.) A where would the Canal Co. have obtained -

touching a second nomination, as well as elector shall notify the Supervisor of Town Council and the position of the fine crop of watermelons are now ready they their have title just from deliberately, and how swindled? or would this

in deference to the many flattering soli- Registration of such change of residence, citizens thereto. for the market. man up north out of his money ? The

citations which I' am receiving from and shall surrender his certificate of After thorough discussion of the mat- more this Canal Company's business U
Service in the Eau Gallie Baptist
friends in different parts of the district, registration to suih Supervisor, who ter, and the satisfactory adjustment of looked into, the worse it seems. If our

together with the absence of any demonstrations shall at once enter the fact in the proper differences of opinion, the following resolution Church on Sunday next will be con- legislature would j just annul their charter,
ducted the Rev. S. F. Gove when and
by take all the land back to the State
of preference for other registration books, and shall give with- introduced J. F. ""
any was by oot- several new members will be admittedto open it up to actual settlers only, it
gentleman to succeed me, which I feel I out fee or charge, such elector a certifi- en, of Rockledge : the rite of Baptism. would do Florida more good in three

may be pardoned in construing into a cate of transfer of registration in accord- Resolved, that in reply to the appealof years, than the Canal Company, canal

general acquiescence that I shall be my ance with such change of residence.Sec. the attorneys of the East Coast John McAllister: and his gang of as- and all, will do in three hundred year,

I have decided to 17. No elector who shall have sistants returned from Brantley Saturday and Indian River and other East Coast
put
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own successor removed Transportation Company, we, the orange
waterways will be improved much quicker -
myself at the disposal of the conventionsoon from one residence to another in growers and citizens of Indian River, in evening, after completing an arte- and cheaper some other way.

to assemble at Ocalp. This deter- the same district, or from one district to the vicinity of City Point,. Cocoa and sian well for Mr. Chas. Magruder. The ,

mination has been greatly strengthened another in the same county, shall be al- Rockledge: do pledge ourselves to standby next point, we hear, is Melbourne.The RIFLE MATCH BETWEEN JUPITER AND

by the action, this morning, of the committee lowed to register; nor shall be be allowedto our obligations made to the East sloop Old Girl, Thos. C. Nicholson LAKE WORTH,

of the house on privileges and vote by the managers of any election, Coast Transportation Company last owner, is being overhauled, repaired At Juno, July 4th 1890.

elections, by a strict party vote to recom- without a certificate of transfer of regis:: May, at City Point. and generally renovated, and put

mend to the house at an early day thatI tration, as above provided.IN This resolution was adopted unanim- into complete repair. We would .suggest SCORE: JUPITER 1 2 TEA a1)!. Total.

be unseated and that F. S. Goodrich ously and on motion the Secretary was to Captain Tom to call her his New
Captain Carlin, 0 2 2 1 5
(who no fair-minded man in the state, instructed to place a copy of the proceedings Girl. J. A. Miller, -1 5 3 3 15

republican or democrat, believes was reviewing the letter of Doctor W. of this meeting with each news- Shipments of goods are arriving weekly J. H. Carlin, 3 3 31 13

elected) be seated i in my stead. It is S. Graham, as published in another paper in the county, with a request to for the Hodgron Bros. direct from E. \\'bidden, 31 3 2 12

but human nature that I should feel column this week, we are pleased to see publish the same at once. the New York markets. This firm is \ 'Yhidden. 5 3 3 2 13
lIil. Neal}, -1 31 -1 15>>
keenly the feting of this injustice, not that he has taken a liberal view toward W. II. PECK, Chairman. at present putting up an addition to the Sam. Neal, -1 4 11 13

only to me but the people I represent, reconsidering the ordinances which were R. N. ANDREWS, Sec. residence of our new townsman. Mr. E. Gayle, -1 3 a 2 12

and to ask at their hands a full and over- introduced two weeks ago to-day. We Aspinwall.The Asa Emmons, 3 0 3 5 11
SPECIAL EXCURSION TO NEW YORK. J. A. Wells, 11 3 3 11
whelming vindication of the stigma of certainly can see a great. change in his Kathleen
steamer was crowded C.V.. Carlin, 21 2 0 8
fraud sought to be inflicted upon an opinion as now expressed, comparedwith with residents
Tropic's
on Saturdaylast - -
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The Clyde Steamship give a
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honorable constituency." that two weeks since ; but then 33 35 30 30 12.i
special excursion from Jacksonville to and returned loaded to her bear-
Let Democratic and we could only expect this from him for
every newspaper with the good of this
New York and return for members of ings things life. LAKE WORTH TE.UI.
Democrat in the Second Districtdo by referring back to the recent stock 1 2 31 Total.
every the d. A. R., and friends to attend the Some fine pines were left for sale at the
their level best for the renominationand ordinance (which he personally was in of the G. A. R. in lIod;son Bros., but before Saturdaysclosing Charles Pierce, 51 3 :5 17
election of General Bullock. It is favor of enforcing) we find that he did grand encampment hour arrived all H. P. Dye, 0 51 -1 13
were disposedof.
a duty we owe him and to ourselves. not sanction the passage of that ordin- Boston on August 12th. The rate will R. L. Cooke, 31 31 14
be for the round and tickets' 11 3 12
$29.15 trip A. \\ Garnett1,
There is no question but that the stinging ance in Council as soon as a petition
will be on sale at the company's office in J. P. McKenna, 31 3 3 13
insult forced by a partisan Republican signed by some sixty names was presented LAKE WORTH- R. K. Browne, 0 21 3 9
house must be resented. opposing the ordin=tnce. Jacksonville, good to leave on ships appointed Guy Bradley_ 5 3 5 -1 17

When we elect him again, we dare any Now, when a petition with fifty-six to sail from there on August 3rd Splendid weather now. Lou. Bradley, 2 2 3 0 7Geo.
and 7th, and will be good to return on The Emily B. left for Jacksonville on Lanehart, 0 21 3 9
Election to make such it asks him as a member, to
Committee on an names on ship from New York to October
up 14
any the 10th. W. Hendrickson, 3 3 3 5
adverse report as the one they have now reconsider, amend or repeal another or- 31st, 1890. This will give the people of J. II. relsford, 3 2 11 13
made. Nominate him by acclamation dinance which he framed and introduced Florida an opportunity to make a cheap P. Lennon has been appointed county - -
round to New York. Early application commissioner in place of A. M. Fields,
trip
23 32 40 32 133
him want him to put seltinterestaside
''and elect by an overwhelming ma- we resigned.
to F. M. Ironmonger, Jr, Florida _
jority. again, as he did when consideringthe Passenger Agent, 88 West Bay St., Jacksonville It is reported that county court was Military target at 100 yards, and Winchester -

Hurrah for Bullock-Brevard is for stock ordinance, and carry out the Fla., will secure choice of state- held on the 8th, and A. M. Fields was and other sporting rifles were

him. wishes of the people. I rooms. granted an absolute divorce. used.

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TXrrUSVILLE, FLOR.IDA. '

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WHARFAGE CHARCES. I!: to monopolize the business of Indian ROBBINS&CRAHAM'S REPLY TO CAPT. DRIFTWOOD FROM THE "TEMPEST" IN Indian River Steamboat Company usurped J

River. Why, a man cannot take his WATSON. TITUSVILLE. that right. As for the statement by -,

How They Interest the People or Oar own oranges, pineapples vegetables in I Captainatson in regard to a few "de .j]

Town. his own sail boat and them from Editor Florida Star: Editor Florida Star: I '3 .
I ship signing men who induce the people to ..
Editor FlvriJa Star: i i the railroad dock without paying wharf- In an open letter in the last issue of Relying on that sense of justice which ; invest in a line, the originators in which "of.

In the matter of the ordinances of the | age to this unlawful but sly monopoly. the STAR Captain Watson, prefacingwith must always assume the ascendency in I invest nothing except time, which, with .-1"

town of Titusville as to wharfage charges I But those controling this wharf tell us: the remark that flesh is weak, and your nature when the clouds roll by and I those who have nothing to do, we all ;-j!

at Titusville I beg space in your valuable I "It is our wharf, our money built it. getting weaker every day," proceeds to the "tempest" is over and the sober''I'; know, is cheap," we simply inquire, trAo

in kindness to all and in behalf of f Why use our property without payingus verify this as applied to himself, by second thought comes, I send you the ij has been induced to invest in the line i
paper
for it? We did not build wharves making the assertion that The Indian criticisms last and referred to or
the people, and especially as to the sailboats j following on your by j even given an opportunityto I
to state a few legal propositions I' for sail boats and other competing I River Steamboat Company" owns the the way very interesting issue, trustingthat invest? and if he thinks the occupants

aDd to defend their rights.It steamboats." In reply we say that the railroad dock at Titusville. even the prospect of a "competing"newspaper I of the "private" office referred to, have ;

is not and cannot be disputed that I people donated $30OOO, to help build Were this assertion true', then there will not so affect your judgment plenty of time, or refers to them when ;

said wharf and railroad, and the state of might be some weight to his argument as to cause their exclusion from he makes the statement, we can only
railroad has built its wharf terminusin -
the or J
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Florida 3,200 of land mile against its free use by the East Coast : columns. that if the could .
gave acres per your suggest jolly Captain
the public street of the town of Titus- I I
yUle and that the land which said to aid in building this railroad and this Transportation Company.But 1st. You inquire editorally, "why did I spare a week from his exacting duties

upon said wharf. The road, building into Indian is it true? We will leave the I Robbins & Graham, counsel for the new I and follow the routine of work in our
wharf stands is the property of town.
River, had no charter to build a wharf reader to judge. A few days prior to !: steamboat company, frame two ordinance -, "private" office he might surprised at
When the railroad was built into Titus- 'i
but I for the purpose of charging "wharfage,'* the time that Captain Watson was penning passed last Thursday, in their privateoffice the small part the East Coast: Transportation
the not
ville incorporated
town was (
and the people have as much right to his article to the STAR, we receiveda t and thrust them at the town council \ Company's affairs play in the general -
bad been surveyed out, and a map hadbeen I communication I
deliver their goods and receive them at from him in which he I without previously consulting with business there transacted. I do not

placed on record years before dedi- the end of the dock as they have at. says : 'The I. R. S. B. Co. have a lea. of our town people?" Allow me to say, I know whether to take the remark of
cating Broad street to the public. Many .. .
Minis station. the railroad wharf at .Titusyille. This I that the method pursued in this particular -[i "Observer" as to the baleful influence
lots had been sold, and said street had
The railroad has no more right to letter bore Captain .atson'own signa! case was not an unusual one. Every |[ which has taken control of the' town, as
been Used as a public street and landing than have to ture, and has been filed with the Rail- I ordinance framed for the otherwise if he
place for The railroad wishing charge "wharfage" they past twentyonemonths j I II [ complimentary or ; refers t tI
many years.
I charge "storage." This wharf is nothingmore i road Commission. was prepared in the same private j I I I to the influence of the J. T. & K. W. Ryi \
to )lrg. Titus (a
tome right applied
or less than a part of the railroad. I Upon our requesting to see the lease, I office by your humble servant who also i Company I can agree with him, but if
who has ever been first in promoting '.,
lady the at first consented, but on :
and the above argument can as sensibly I Captain serves the town council in the capacity he refers to the company by whom we
the interests of our town and in every I
be applied to every nail, cross-tie or considering the matter, decided to wire I of chairman of its ordinance committee, i I were so unfortunate as to have been engaged
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good and charitable work) and obtaineda bridge on said railroad. The railroad Mr. Parrott, the railway attorney for ad- and he draws them in 1m private office, ; as attorneys, then it is incumbent 1

quit claim deed to Broad street and cost money and we pay for the freight i vice. Mr. Parrott wired in reply that if feeling that he can do the work better upon us to don sackcloth and a. hI *.

built their road in this street. and that is i the lease was not on record, and we had there could 'mid the confusionof
and carriage and that is all, I than he i Hoping that "the powers that be" will
Neither the A. C. St. J. & I. R. R'yCo. enough. The railroad was built for !, not teen it, not to let us fee it.Why the council chamber, where it must i not give full yent to their Nero-like

., nor the J. T. & K. W. R'y have any railroad purposes, not for wharfage, and I was this? We procured the come up for discussion, and can be remodeled -I proclivities and condemn our town to

tefal right to charge wharfage. They in proof of this no wharfage was charged contents of the lease, however and it is or buried at the pleasure of the ':destruction, I am yours respectfully

can as well go into the banking business for over three vears. I as follows: "The J.. T. & K. W. Ry. Co. board. It is a fact that the stock ordi- I! WALTER S. GILA

or fi hinz business as they- can the wharf In view of the above decision and for I lease to the Indian River Steamboat I nance, introduced several weeks agog! 1

business-as their charters do"not authorize reasons given, I advise the people to pay I Company their terminal facilities and was drawn, at the suggestion of Council, ;, NOTICE OF ELECTION. 4

them to charge "wharfage. no more wharfage at Titusville; it isj i buildings on their wharf at Titusville, in the same "private" office, at midnight j ,
commission of Florida OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC 1$*
The railroad the decision : unjust: unfair and illegal. '| extending from the end of the wharf to and without charge, in the interest of STRUCTION,July 8th, 1890.

has rendered following the We think our town did right in asserting a line 20 feet west of the westernmost the people of Titusville, notwithstandingthe ; Whereas, the Titusville school district '
is
solution
for I
"The next question the right, and put a stop to this illegal : fish-house, for the term of three years, at fact that I did not sanction its passage : has been made a sufrdistrict in accord-
and R
charging of wharfage at Palatka ue of its street, and the people of the I an annual rental of $5Q4llO. At the end when it was acted upon in thecouncil ance with the laws providing therefor,

DeLand landings: Unjust discriminations town*and county ought to stand by our t; of the three years all tire buildings, including room. Is it wrong for any member ; (Sec. 19, Chap. 3S72, No. 26.) k
in An election is Jlereb'ordE'red
circumstances alleged to be
the
under I aldermen and encourage them in doing j the one erected by the Steam- of council to introduce any ordinance, : held at the Court House on the 12th day

the complaint. their duty and preserving the rights of ] boat Company, revert to the J,. T. & K. no matter what its provisions may be, if of August for the purpose. of deciding

"The settling of this question involves the public against monopoly.We I \\". Ry. Co." in his humble judgment it may seem : whether the district i shall be specially

ie\"eralother considerations. The respondent hear various rumors, that the ran-\\ The lease was executed in the year calculated to promote the public welfare? taxed to raise funds over and above the
of the state state and tax to increase theprivileges
county ,
is a chartered corporation road will be moved from Tituaville, .. 13S9. Now this shows that the wharf Surely the other members of the aldermanic '

of Florida. It is well settled law that and our town ruined. If the railroad I, belocg to the railway, and not to the flock can control the action of one j to or enlarge opportunities the school(more house particularly No.- .- 1;

corporation cannot engage in or conductany managers are just and fair men, they will Steamboat: Company, as asserted by black sheep or wolf who may come among: 2), at which election only taxpayersupon

butiaew unauthorized by its charter. be satisfied to use our street free. Nothing -I Mr. Watson. them with seditious doctrines, or a meas- real or personal property' shall be ..t

The basinet of the J. T. & K. W. R'y, has been or will be done to molest or I What follows? The law says that ure which further developments may j i entitled The ballot to vote.shall be of
a piece plain
authorized by its charter, is the trans- injure the railroad. The only action Railroad Companies shall extend equal show was a purely personal measure, as I! white paper with the words printed or _.

portation of freight and passengers. To taken by our town i> to stop the unjust I facilities to all competing lines of steam it has been alleged the measure in question -: written upon it : "for a special tax" or

mm it all up in a word, whether it be charge of wharfage, to which I, and I boats. This lease is i in effect a contract I II was. And when such a measures "against a special tax.'' .'.1

passengers, freight, express matter or every disinterested, fair.minded citizen I by which the Railway Co. agrees to give .' s without a single. dissenting vote Trustees Also at shall the same be elected.time and place, three J

mails, their authorized business is "car- i will say, amen.I exclusive privileges to one company in and the rules are waived by unanimous I,i Boundaries of Titusville: school district ..;

riage.:' It has not been pointed out to trust our people and our'town council I violation of law, for the consideration of consent in order to expedite its passage Beginning: at the half-mile post on the s -

IH by respondent company, and we have will not be frightened or bull-dozed j ;;oo.H) per annum. Mr. Watson calls there must be something wrong with the i west boundary of section 33 of township 1

been unable to find any authority conduct, to by the great threats of vengeance if the !I I this rent, but it is not rent, for the law whole council and they too must have i!' south 21, south along of the range west 35 line eat of; section thence 33 run of '!-

sid company to engage in or town insists that no tcharfaye shall be compels the Railway Company to main- caught thediseasewhichaffects the gentleman said township and along the west line of

any other business. "eare consequentlyof charged on Broad street. I think I can tain a free wharf at a river, on the same who advocates the measure, especially section of township 22 range 35 east,"

the opinion that such railroad company safely promise, that if ,3"),)Xis raised, principle that it maintains free depots in when as in this case, the ordinance las i to the Deles-pine Grant, thence continue

has no right to charge or collect i the A. C. St.J. and discussed to them in | on the same course south two mile,
the same amount given to towns. fully explained I '
I I thence turn an angle of !K) and run east
wharfage/ & I. R. Rj Co., the balance of the mon- But whi i is it that Mr. Watsonnow the same "private" office referred to to Indian River thence meander the

Again, the projectors of the road voluntarily ey can be forthcoming to build a com- assertsthat the Steamboat Co. own above, in order that they mi ht not be shore of Indian River northerly to the
their road to points where the wharf? Is it not because he thinks northeast of the Grant
built I : corner Dele-pine
peting line of railroad to Lake Harneyand taken by surprise. You also remark,
Its object the Railway Commission could not pre and continue northerly along the River '
it touched a navigable stream. with the line of "that of the merchants and
connect Clyde vent him charging wharfage if he did every one to the north line of the Town of Titus
wa doubtless to increase its business by steamer. D. L. G tt:LDEN. !' own it, his company beina New YorkI business men of Titusville signed a peti ville, being opposite the point of beginning -

connection with steam boats, and to I I corporation ; while he knows that they tion calling upon council to rescind said |I thence run west: along the north
receive freights from such boats.! It i* FROM THE MOUNTAINS. | would make waste paper out of his lease, ordinance Shall I name ten citizens I boundary of the south half of sections 33
of rail- j as it is the concentrated essence of dis- I and 34 of township 21, 3.5 east to
that it is the duty range
well settled all suitable COUDERSPORT, PA. July 16, 1800. | crimination. who did not sign i it, and who own over the half-mile post on the west boundary

, road companies to provide and Editor Florida Star: i Will Mr. Watson swear that his fifty per cent of the taxable property in I of section 33, the same being the point of
fteiliiieg, such as station*, platforms company: wens the wharf? We will see! the town? and does the petition, which beginning; said land embracing the
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depots for the conduct of their business.If As you are always glad to hear from We have other evidence filed away is on the same, page as your editorial and I south half of sections 33 and 34 of township -
with the object of receiving your old frier.ds when they are away r which will be interesting for the Captain : : 21. range 35 east and all of factions ::.
they, handy for reference call the coun- "
freight's construct their linesso from their winter home, I will tell you j when the time comes. If he wants to upon 3 and t'in township 22. range 35 east,
from boats, this know who leaked we will tell him this cil to 'remind' the ordinances? Does and a part of the Delespine Grant.
as to touch on navigable streams, it is where we are spending our summer I much : It is no one be can injure, nor it not pray that they reconsider, amend or Ii Inspectors of Election,

their duty to provide the necessary plat- year. You are aware that mountain air, I are any of his present employees in the repeal, and would the petition not haye SAM'L H. RAY, ED. L. BRADY;
form it should be built mountain streams and mountain sceneryare slightest degree responsible for it. D. L. GAULDEX, GEO. B. RrMI-Ii.
or depot-that shrunk to less than a dozen names if it
over sea-side resorts ROBBINS & GRAHAM. Jag II. SAMS, Co., Sup't.Xoticc. .
is of conse- preference
water no my
over the ground or had called upon the council to"rescind"Whose
than an for summer residence. I am again, therefore
it is nothing more
qoeoce- judgment is so infalliblroe, bumpof .
adjunct to their road and a facility among the Alleghanies, where I HYPOLUXO. self esteem so great as to refuse to'reconsider'
them to furnish, have made it a habit of living duringthe In Circuit the Seventh Judicial
which the law requires sixteen' any measure, especially one Circuit t fForidi, in and for retard
whether it be a wharf or platform." heated term for the past i At lust the epidemic is over for theseason of this kind, even though he be the County, A. D. 1S90.-//l C'Aa < for We are spending this season in and it is our painful duty to sad-
Now, no wharfage was charged years. the from this life father of its I am ready to reconsiderit
about three years. But about two years the beautiful village of Coudersport, Pa., of ly chronicle so many of our departure worthy citizens-'tis as well as any other act I may have JOSEPH F. CUASE, "jys

ago the J. T. & K. W. R'y knowing it situated on both banks of the Alleghany true they are gone to a higher region- performed as a member of the town coun LTCEIE A. CHASE J> Divorce.
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leased the I River, twelve miles from its source, and 2,000 feet above the sea, the mountainsof
eould not charge wharfage, cil. As for the statement that three of It from the affidavit of the
above tide water I Carolina-where they commune appearing
hundred feet North can
end of the wharf to Mr. Deming, or he twenty-six feet shorter tele- the members of the town council outsideof Complainant herein filed that the Defendant -
with mountains, seven hundred high with the angels! by a "
to the Indian River steamboat company, surrounding it, lovely in their dark I phone line than via Lake Worth. May Mr. Turner "favor the repeal of the Libbie A. Chase, resides beyond the
er. of this honorable Court that
or directly to the said steamboat company foliage of hard maple and hemlock. they return wiser and better citizen, ordinances referred to or will be willing jurisdiction she is over the age of twenty-one years anda

-any way, they avoid the law by Here the climate much of the time fully prepared with renewed vigor to to consider: a favorable substitute," I resident of the United StatES of America, .
undertaking to make the end of the reminds me of our delightful Indian i sack up the shekel of the sick Yankees would simply! say that they have not yet and that she is believed by Complainant to
Now if the River atmosphere. All the good thingsof next winter. be nOW'l resident of Denver in the State
wharf private property. I done so, and as far as my own humble
life are to be had in their season, andI The busiest man at the bottom of the of Colorado.It .
land bl<. gEd to private parties this sly am reminded of a remark made by my lake ( as Me has it) is Captain Lyman.He judgment is concerned, after fully considering I is ordered that the Defendant do

I trick would work, but fortunately for friend, Dr. Pancoast, who spent the last has the big sloop Oliver on the ways i the matter aside from any per- plead, answer or demur to said Bill on orbefore

the people, the land belongs to the town winter with us in our Florida home ; and given her a regular overhauling sonal interest, I do not see how the the Rule day in November 1S90, at
the winter and drinkingin the in- which time a hearing is ordered on the
he has
el 1itu \"ille. after enjoying Ol-over, and now gone to nances can be made more liberal Ordi-I I
facts in said Bill.
:: day after day the delicious southeast let to build a dock on the flats for the charged
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The railroad can condemn the streetor breeze from Old Ocean, a? spring came use of the schooner Bessie B. Verily' effect the purpose for which they were It is further ordered that a copy of this

part of it for railroad purposes, but he began to be anxious to get back to "there are no flies" on Benson, and he is created, which was to give to the Order be published once a week, for the
in the
Root for wharfage, and no wharfage company his northern home, and said this, "you must never still long enough for a skeet to owners of sail boats from the Haulover space JTLORIDA of four STAB months, a public, consecutively newspaper, pub.lishedinTttusvilfeCount'rof

j :. can condemn our street. What come up to God's country live."summer When bite him. to Jupiter, what they should never have Brtyard and '

I have wet The railroad takes possession Doctor, and see of how fall and we winter come It has rained so much lately that our been deprived of, the right to land at the State of Florida, next prior tag die" Rule

i tf a public street, and having no power the chill here blasts, we will long as much for worthy postmaster and weather observer, end of the railroad wharf,as they did do, I day of November, A. D. 1890. / of
j us Chamber De Land this 9th day
At
1 lease upon countrand shall H. D. Pierce, has got a crick in his back. I ,
or right to exact wharfage, they our own part of God's ,,ou.again. We are glad to learn, however, that he i and as the old Indian River, when run July, 1 10. JOHN D. BROOME,

,. the ead of the street to a steamboat company haste us away to be"with". P. MOON, M. D. is getting better. I by Captain Fischer, did do, before the Judge of Circuit O) U1.

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Notice.In o. JIEcTOR.; : :
Farmers to know how ha Stands.o3inu.il. .,
feature of Parisian life. Ninety thousand ita: & Circuit Court for Dade County and

inmates ... .;.... Hithertoit '
were received last year. Since ( dugs1. : State of Florida.-In Chancery. Hardware and
1878 the inmates have numbered 564,000. hay !>-.'II il.u opinion of borne of the
friends c.f ,11li' i.ije Crisp that he was one Rufus K. Sewall et al
Only 935 have been English. The Germans -
for Partition.
Bill
of the t..w G-'>r ia congressmen that vs General
however, numbered 27,000, the Produce
Hedrick and
wouiil not be l'P( "iHl hv tLe Alliance, John J.
the Swiss 9.000 and the )
Belgians 21,000. and
but this has proven a fallacy. The Alli- Bernado Sequi
Italians 5,000. anc of this county have adopted resolu- Dionesia Sequi his wife Order forandtheirheirs&assigns MERCHANT. .

MEN YOU HEAR OF. The index of The London Times backto tj< n. calling upon him to state his position Publication. )Melbourne Florida tt t

1844 has just been completed by Mr. in regard to the su'treasury: bill. It Whereas it appears by the bill of ,com-

Cardinal Gibbons has been made an Palmer who has conducted this enor- srt-ins to be the opinion that his viewsare plaint filed in the above entitled cause that

honorary member of the Vanderbilt Benevolent mous work equivalent to indexing two in accord with i ur other congressmen all of the defendants therein are unknown, !

association of Charleston,S. C. huge volumes daily, for the whole periodof ,anti l if M. his irieiuls fear opposition. and their residences unknown. HODGSON BROS

M. B. Curtis the comedian is worth forty-six years. He will continue his White Labor Slakes the Crojis. And whereas it appears further that said ,

$300,000.; He owns a town in California backward march until the index is com- MIDLAND CITY Ala. IS. The bill is filed for the purpose of effecting a
July partition of the Samuel Miles Grant,containing General Merchants
which he built with the profits of his pleted for the whole period of existence Alibama Midland railroad runs from a sixteen thousand acres, situated in

play 'SamT of Posen." of the famous journal. Bainbridge, Ga., to Montgomery, 175 said County in township :KS and 39 south ,

The oldest professor of chemistry in miles through one of the best agricultural and ranges 41 and 42 east,sometimes known Eau Gallie Florida.

Germany is Dr. Loewig, of Breslau. He regions of the south, where white and designated as the "John M. Hansen .
THE GENTLER SEX. labor almost make the
was born in 1803,and was the celebrated harvested entirely crops Grant," described by metes and bounds as f
that each. Providence
arts ? year. INDIAN RIVER.
Bunsen's at Breslau. follows: Beginning at a point on the west
successor Misa Louise Imogene Guiney, the poetess smiles: upon our sunny land, and bank of Indian river for the northeast
The house in which Rider Haggard thinks nothing of walking twenty crops here are abundant ; our farmersare Steam Sail
corner thereof and the southeast corner to or Boats for Charter by the
and out of debt.
lived when in South Africa is describedas miles. prosperous fractional section 12, township 38 south

a miserable hut shaded only by a few Mrs. Anna Garlin Spencer is pastor of rroipertlug! for Oil Around Eufaula. range 41 east, said point being marked Day Week or Month
trees in the midst of a desolate vEldt. the Bell Street church in Providence, R. with a light wood post 4 feet high and 6
Sir Frederick Leighton, the famous I., which was established by the late EUFAULA, Ala., July 18.-It may be a inches square, marked B. C. I. J. II. on -- ------ -

hair and surprise to s' me to hear that a geologistfrom south side and S. 12. on the north side from 1
painter, is a man with curly a James Eddy. Florida has been prospecting in Drugs Drugs! Drugs!
which a pine marked X II bears south 10
ruddy face that is fringed with a thick Mrs. Mary J. Holmes is one of the this vicinity for oil, and is satisfied that
bears
west 284 links and a pine stump
beard. lie is CO years old and has painted most indefatigable travelers among wo- he has found a plentiful supply. He has north 52 west 1G7 links distant thence
;
about 130 pictures.Gen. men authors. She has recently completed .- quietly leased the place for twenty years: south 60 west along the north line of this A Fine Assortment of

Von Caprivi has banished the detectives a year's tour of the world. a and stock returned to Florida to work where it. H mined. will survey by mile posts duly marked in said DKUJS; ,
who used to watch night and company the St. Lucie river north andsouth'branches
Mrs. W. H. Kelly, who has recently return about September lot to sink the survey across PATENT MIDICIXES,
day before Prince Bismarck's palace been elected mayor of Edgarton, Kan., wells and begin operations. A great nine miles to a light wood SYRINGES

when the latter was chancellor. Caprivi is only 23 years old, and is believed to be deal of excitement prevails, but the pros- last 4 feet high, 4 inches square n.arked ,

says that he is a soldier and can take the youngest mayor in the United States. pecting fever has not struck us yet.A I J. II. on its southeast face for northwest STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET
of himself corner to said survey ; thence south 2-10 ARTICLESKept
care Mrs. Catherine Sharp, of Philadelphia, the line this three
east along west to
Train and Switch survey
Freight a hand.Physicians'
President Diaz, of Mexico, is a man of Engine. constantly on .
when a little girl sold milk to Gen. miles to lightwood post marked II on
ibout 50 with an engaging ad- MACON, Ga., July 18.-A collision between Prescriptions carefully
years Washington and his staff from her fa- northeast face and three notches on northwest -
a switch engine and throughfreight compounded at all hours.J. .
dress that attracts every one who meets ther's farm. She is now 112 years old a angle thence north Ct east along
train occurred here about 6:30
him. He u not a handsome man, how- and her mental faculties are unclouded.The o'clock, on the Central railroad. Engi- south line of this survey nine miles to a B. SCREVEN, Druggist,
His face is and he looks mastic 5 feet in. markedII
ever. swarthy post high square TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Tom Stubberville in
countess of Paris has a long nose, neer jumping from
more like an Indian than a Mexican. switch on north face on west bank of Indian
the received
large mouth and small eyes. She likes I engine, some slight
Senator Vest is one of the plainest men costumes that smack of masculinity, and bruises, the worst injury being from an river for southeast corner of said survey HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
and corner of fractional section 11) th.icV RIVER BAK UY
regards dress in Some- empty beer keg falling on him. TI e accident ;
as
congress. is skirt
her favorite a widely plaided i
north 2.)0 west along the meander of thewet
caused from misundersla'id- We will Hand
times his has been described was a Keep on Every Day
appearance and round bodice with turnedup
plain a
and
bank of Indian St. Lucie river,
ing of orders Little damage was i.one.;
is shabby. His favorite garment in cellar and gentleman's necktie and' which forms the eastern boundary of the FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES

inter is a rough gray ulster, worn almost Canning 1'actory lit-gin* Work. main portion of said survey, three miles to ,

threadbare and slit up the back. pin.Mrs.. Ambrose Crouch, of South Jackson MACOS, Ga., July IS.-The superin- first mentioned bounds thereof in form a ETC. ALSO

Justice Lamar, who never accepts a Mich., during the last year has tendent of the new canning factory has I parallelogram nine miles long and three Bottlers of Sodawater

ass or present of any kind, tells this baked for her family 2,363 cookies, 1,988 I arrived from Baltimore and the factory I miles wide, between complainant and the Ginger
tti himself: "Down in the locality I has been started to running. The ma- I above mentioned defendants.
tory cakes 267 81
doughnuts, 217 pies, pud-
chinery works satisfactorily, and it is It is therefore ordered that the above Ale and other Drinks.ALL .
I call home lives old John Dillard. ,
of bread and sold 916
my dings, 793 loaves ,
thought that as fine canned goods can Le: I named defendants and all persons claiming -
Some years ago John presented me with pounds of butter. Her family isn't large ORDERS RECEIVE PF03irT
put on the market from this factory as by, through or under them, do appear
i very fine Alderney cow. I said: 'John either.A can be had from any establishment. I! and answer said bill at the Clerk's officein ATTENTION.

1 never receive presents.' 'Well,' he replied prominent lawyer of Kansas is Mrs i Juno_ Dade county, Florida, on the first S. A. J1ELCHEII & COMPANY,

'Lamar, just give me your note Ada Bittenbender, of Osc ola, who is her Monday in September, A. D. 1890/ or said PROPRIETORS

and as you will never pay it, anyway, husband's partner in law as well as in Wlaaf the home folks think. I bill will be taken as confessed.It ,
you will be nothing out and a cow II is further ordered that notice of this TITUSVILLE, FLA.
She is a woman of fine
ahead.'* matrimony. "When a prophet ranks high in the opinion order be published weekly for the space of

physique and prepossessing appearance, of his own people, lie is a prophet in- sixty days in the FLORIDA STAR, a newspaper
Chief Justice Fuller looks a good deal and has a record of having never lost a deed. You might enquire of every druggistin published in Titusville in the ad- EDGAR HOUSE,

more like a cavalry officer than the pre- case before the Nebraska supreme court.Miss P. P. P's (Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot and joining County of Brevard, there being no

siding judge of the United States su- Alcott wrote in January, 1874: Potassium) home city and possibly:" you newspaper published in Dade County. Close to Indian River Inlet.<<
preme court. Even seated on the bench might find one that was out of castor oil or Ordered Chambers in DeLand Florida
at FORT
PIERCE
'When I had the youth I had no money; FLORIDA.Fish .
with the golden eagle flapping its wingsover I have the I have no time talts, senna or manna, but not a single man this 27th day of June, A. D. 1890.
his head, and clad in the silk robesof now money of them hut could supply P. P. P. Such JOHN D. BROOME. Oysters and Game by the
I the time if I do I
and when
get ever ,
his office there is little of the judicial is the local reputation of this infallible Judge Circuit Court 7th Circuit of Florida. Millions. Boats, Wagons and Buggies -
shall have no health to enjoy life. I Hundreds
Blood purifier and poi on expellant. -
about his appearance. It is the heavy suppose it's the discipline I need; but it'sI' testify to its efficacy. Your nearest I certify that the foregoing is a true copy to take Tourists hunting or

mustache, nearly white that distinguishes rather hard to love the things I do and druggist has it. of the order of publication made in this fishing. Good Road from here to
the chief from his brethren -I'
case.
justice the Gulf poast.
see them go by because duty chains me
and gives him a war like look. He Juno, Dade Co., Fla. June, 18 O.
i to galley. I have Lots and Houses sell in
is certainly the handsomest man on the my REMOVED ALBERT F.QUIMBY,clerk circuit court. to
bench. I Anna C. Brackett,who has been search- con s QUICKLY ; A. E. Ileyser, Att'y for complainant. Edgar Town. Call or Address :

ing into the subject, says that previous And surely by the use of Abbott's East In-
One of the reasons which led the Rev. to the time of Richard II (1377-1399) all dian Corn 'int. NOTICE.In A. G. LAG01V, Proprietor.

Dr. Westcott. the regius professor de-of the English women who rode at all rode The best cure for Corns, Warts and Bunions Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Cir-

divinity at Cambridge. England to like men. Richard married Anna of is Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint, it cuit of the State of Florida, Brevard

cline at first the bishopric of Durham Bohemia, the eldest daughter of Charles never fails. Try it! county, A. D. 1890.-In Chancery:
,
which he has recently accepted was the IV, emperor of Germany,and it is to her LEWIS D. LocKwooi, | NEAT AND PROMPT.
great expense which, falls upon any new Bill to dissolve
that we owe the introduction of the side "::
bishop of Durham in purchasing the fur- Neuralgic Persons LochwooD.Partnership..
saddle. It is stated that she was de- VAX XORDES
niture at Auckland castle the place of And those troubled with nervousness resultingfrom -FOK-
formed and therefore could not ride with care or overwork will be relieved by taking It appearing from the Bill filed in this
the it is declared .
bishopric. Bishop Baring,
ease on the usual saddle. Brown's Iron Bitters. Genuine cause that the Respondent, Van Xorden
had to pay 25.000 to Bishop ViI has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Lockwood, was formerly a resident of Melbourne -

liers' family; for the furniture, while the I DOINGS OF ROYALTY. Brevard county, Florida, but that JOB PRINTING

revenue of the bishopric is less than Remarkable Rescue. his present place of abode is to Complainant -

35.000 a year. I An American who invented a typewriter unnknown, and that the said Respondent ,
Mrs. Michael Curtain Plainfield, III., is
over twenty-one years:
is in London it.
now introducing
CRISP CONDENSATIONS.The makes the statement that she caught | It is therefore ordered that the said -SUCH AS-
He sent the Prince of Wales: one of the she
cold which settled on helUJlg ; Respondent, do plead, answer or demur to
American postage stamps are machines, and his royal highness took it was treated for a month by her family Complainant's said Bill of Complaint, on LETTER-HEADS,
into his head to learn the art. He is so physician, but grew worse. lIe told her before the 18th of A. D.
counted no less than thirteen times dur- or day August,
ing the of manufacture.The charmed with the idea that he has or- she was hopeless victim of consumptionand 1890, or the said Bill will be taken as con- NOTE-HEADS,
process dered several machines for his secre- that no medicine could cure her. fessed. It is further ordered that a copy
doctors in the French fleet have taries.In Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New hereof be published once a week for four HILL-HEADS.

been forbidden to practice "hypnotism"on order to Jules Simon pleas- Discovery for Consumption ; she boughta consecutive weeks in the FLORIDA STAR, a STATEMENTS,
give a
their patients. A similar prohibition bottle and to her delight found herself newspaper published in said county.
ant of his visit to Berlin
was issued some months ago to the recollection benefitted from first dose.! She contin- Witness the Honorable John D. Broom, CI nCUL.-tnS-t
while attending the recent labor congress I ued its use, and after taking ten bottles
French army doctors. Judge of said Court, as well as A. A.
t ,Kaiser William presented him with found herself sound and well now does Stewart, clerk of said Court, and the seal FOLDERS,
There are placed in the museum at "a collection.of the musical works of my I her own house work and is as well as of said Court, at the Court House in Titus-

Pompeii the plaster casts of the bodiesof ancestor, Frederick the Great,"and these she ever was. Free trial bottles of this i ville, this the 14th day of July, A. D. 1s90. INVITATIONS,

two men and a woman taken from impressions appear to consist of twenty-five: sonatas Great Discovery at Dixon & Grey'sDrugstore. A. A. STEWART,

made in a stratum of ashes and four minor pieces for the flute. Large bottles 50c. and $1. Clerk of County Court PROGRAMMES,

outside the Stabian gate. JONES & ATKINSON
The tsarewitch has definitely decidedto STREAMERS.
There were so many accidents at the make a voyage around ttie world. He Advice to Mother Complainants Solicitors. [SEAL.]
last regimental tournament in In- Un.WINSLOW'S SOOTHISOSrurpehonldalwaya DODGERS,
polo
will be accompanied by his brother, the be used when children are cutting teeth. It re- Notice.In .
dia that Sir Frederic Roberts, the com- duke and will make the lieves the little suffererat once;it produces natural,
grand George, RIJSINCSS CARDS
awakes&s'"bright Circuit Court the 7th Judicial ,
mander-in-chief, is said to have issuedan quiet leepaud the little cherub for Cir-
voyage in the Orel which will be accom- as a button." it is very pleasant to taste. It cuit Florida in and Brevard
of for
order prohibiting such tournaments.The panied by two other men-of-war. On his soothes the child,softens the gums,allay sail pain, WEDDING CARDS, .
regulates the bowels,and is the best known remedy county. A. D. 1890.-In Chancery.
Mahometans considered silk un- return the tsarewitch will land at Vladi-
for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
Join W. CURTIS V VISITING CARDS,
clean from its being produced by a vostock and will return by land across other causes. Twenty-fire cents a. bottle. vs. Bill for divorce. '

worm. Hence it was decided that a per- Siberia. J
SUSAN W. CURTIS.

son wearing a garment made entirely of One of the most remarkable journals Or you are IF all TOUR worn out BACKACHES, really good for nothingBROJYN's Whereas it appears by the bill of complainant SEND YOUR ORDERSTO

silk could not lawfully offer up the daily published is the Austrian kaiser's Chron- it is general IRON debility.BITTERS.Try tiled in the above entitled cause

prayers enjoined by the Koran. icle. It is published for the solo benefitof It will cure you good appetite. Sold sworn to by the complainant, that the _

There is a craze in London for queer Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria. by all dealeernv medicine. said defendant, Susan W. Curtis, resides TII&K

leather. Some shops are stocked with Only three copies are printed-one for without the State of Florida, and that

fancy articles made from the skins of all himself and one each for the minister of Happy Iloosiers. she is over the age of twenty-one years, FLORIDA START r

sorts of beasts reptiles and fishes, in foreign affairs and the secretary of state. Wni.TImmons,Postmaster of Idavi lie, and that the place of the residence of

cluding pelican skins, lion and panther It is a daily compendium of opinions in Ind.. writes: "Electric Bitters has clone defendant is unknown, and that said hill JOB PRINTING OFFICE
is filed for the of
skins fish skins monkey. skins and snake the European press concerning Austrian more for me than all other medicines purpose procuring a !
a decree of divorce between the
complainant -
skins etc affairs.In combined for that .bad feeling! .arising! and defendant. It is. therefore
I from Kidney: and Liver trouble." t.nnnLt'slie
At least 25 per cent. more cigarettes li i the midst of-a state banquet recently I farmer and stockman of same ordered( that the said defendant, Susan

are smoked in warm than in cold ,at which the Emperor Francis Josephwas place, says: "FindElectric Bitters to be W. Curtis, do appear and answer said Notice oriricorporatlon.Notice -

weather. This is probably due to the entertaining various members of the the best Kidney and Liver medicine, bill at the Clerk's office, in Titusville.

fact that cigarette smokers walk more in Hungarian parliament, his majesty sud- made me feel like a new man." J.V.. in Brevard county, Florida, on or before is hereby given that the undersigned -

the summer than in winter, and also be- denly turned to two of his guests and Gardner, hardware merchant same the 7th day of October, A. D. 1890.or persons have formed a company for

cause they are in the open air for longer rated them for their seeming riotous conduct town, says: "Electric Bitters is just the said bill will be taken against said de- the purpose of maintaining and operatingfor
fendant confessed.It .
periods of time. in the Hungarian parliament in a thing for a man who is all run down and as public use in the conveyance of ppereonsand
wheiher he lives or dies he is further ordered that the notice of railroad constructedfrom
don't care ; property,a already
The barbers of Bombay held a mass strain that recalls the fashion that good this order be published weekly for the
found new strength, good appetite and Jupiter, on the Indian River,to Juno,
meeting on the subject of the share theyare Queen Bess used sometimes to indulgein. felt just like he had a new lease on life. space of three months in the FLORIDA on Lake Worth, both in Dade county,Flor-

called upon to take in the indignitiesput It is said that both were too sur- Only 0c. a bottle, at Dixon & Grey'sDrug STAR a newspaper published in Titus.me. ida. The name of the company is"Jupiter

upon Hindoo widows by the repeated prised to make any reply. Store. 1 \ Brevard county, Florida. & L"kerorth Railway Company." The

shaving of their heads,and passed a resolution Das Echo a Berlin weekly, says that Ordered at Chambers in It-Laud, Fla., length of said railroad is about eight milts
this 2nd of July. A. I). 1S90.
day
against any barber shaving the Bismarck consulted a jeweler a short Buckleii'M Arnica Salve. JOHN D. BKOOME and the name of the county through or into

bead of a widow time as to the money value of the I which it is made is Dade county. The
ago world for Cuts Judge of the Circuit Court, Seventh
TilE BEST SALVE in the stock of the consists of
The most prominent experts in dogs in precious stones in the crosses,medallions, Bruises Sores. Ulcers. Silt Rhenm. Fever I Judicial Circuit of Florida.I I ZOO capital shares of $100 each company, or $50,000 in

the United States are firm in the belief stars and chains which have been con- Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chil I certify that the foiegoingfoa i true all. The undersigned its first
compos
that thoroughbred dogs are less intelligent ferred on him with orders by European blains. Corns, and all Skin Eruption, r copy of the order of publication made i Board of Directors.J. .

than mongrels. Nearly all the sovereigns. His purpose was to turn and positively cures Piles or no pay re I' this case. Jacksonville. Fla.
cash. He told the Titusville, Fla.. July 3rd lS O. .K. PARROTT,
dogs exhibited on the stage are crossbreeds the jewels into ready quired. It guaranteed to give perfect I' G. J ZEIIXBAUER, Palatka, Fla.

: and dogs of low lineage, if they jeweler that on future state occasions he satisfaction, or money refunded. Price I A. A. STEWART, Clerk. T. M. DAY,Ju.,Jacksonville l ,Fla.
Dixon & D. L. GAULUEX.
would wear no orders except the iron 25 cents per box. For sale by :
all.
can boast known parentage at cross and the star of the Black Eagle. Grey. 1019. 'I Solicitor for Complainant. ll-13t Titusville, Fla. June 26th, 1890. .. 40m1a '

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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY JULY 24, 1890. \ 7
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A. M. Hamilton & Co. TElE TEt.OPJOAL TEl.UNK. LINE ,
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Bank Office and StoreFIXTURES.
) II. TITUSYILIiE JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA & KEY WEST SYSTEIU. I
;.. ;N ) FLORIDA, .

,. ,,/. Wholesale Dealers In SCHEDULE L'i EFFECT JULY 15. 1890-CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. .
.-. .
;J Yi Going South Read Down. STATIOXS. Going Xorth, Read Vp.i I
.. .,, ;
Indian: River Oysters + s i i S- ROLL TOP DESKS. "
9 COam 160pm 1 40am Leave Jacksonville Arrive 540pm 11 Mam 5.opm
10 40 320 1010 Arrive St Lean 2 43 1020 410 '
CRISP CONDENSATIONS.Japan FISH : 5 30 ,. Palatka Augustine \12 05 8 QO THE TERRY i'fG. CO, NasMlleTeiiD.HOW'S ,
715 Ormond 6 32
..
has celebrated the 2.55:>th anniversary 1 05 Daytona II 610s

of the coronation of the first Green' Turtle and Game.All 1:2: 20pm 8 50am+ ,Leave Jacksonville Arrive 620am 6 Wpm t YOUR FENCE ?

emperor of the country. 112 10 06 Arrive Green Cove Spring Leave 524 4 55
k We have the CHEAPEST and Best
orders will receive prompt and careful at. 201 1115" Palatka 4 25 400 ,
The money annually spent for cosmetics tention whether by telegraph, 309 12"pm Seville .. 305 2 n WOVEN WIRE FENCING
t by the women of the United States letter or'persou. 17 419 2 28" DeLand" 12:0 Wire Ropo Selvage.
4 03 214 Junction 149 141
Orange City V
would paint 17.000 houses. allowing $75 i 35 2 65"' i anford II 115 110 aSo
for each house. Rr CHEAPEST FROM MAKEFManly 14:' :: Enterprise :: 53am m : I 1
6 Titusville 00 Iso

says Profebsor that of Boone 6,500 theological, of Indiana students university in, ''11' ManPg CO.DAL'l'ON 5 55 40 I { 15pm"I ., Orlando Tampa "" 1140 715 I 11g:43S Oam I' :


the United States less than onefourthare GEORGIA.IRON + \ t q 1
college graduates. All the other 215pm 200pm 10 3\am( Leave Palatka Arrive 10 35am 4 05pm
RAILINGS, GATES, 331 316 1135 Arrive Interlacben Leave 9 25 316
make break for
graduates a journalism.A 4 40 349 12 lIpm" Hawthorne 825 2 U
I POSTS, CRESTINGS 520 410 1235" Rochelle 740 2:0
colored dentist in Macon uses no instruments I
JAILS ROOFS STAIRS 610 4 40 105 Cc Gainesville c' 6 SO 135
except his fingers in extractIng 800 4.48 112 cc Orange Lake 5 QO 146 INCHES HIGH AT 60 CZNTS PER ROD.
teeth. of 5 40 213 u Ocala cc a 55 Lawn. Garden Poultry and Stock Fencing all
By means long practicehis tires and wldt bs.Gates Prices Sold
Cast Columns 715 4. 07 II Lee8burg" 110oam tomatch. low
fingers have become as strong as for- STE.EL 835 536" Pemberton Ie 9 40 dealers. Freight Paid 8encl., for HICAOO circulars.HKHeXlLLKSWOIENWIRKrEStlCrO. 1U.
ceps, and ha claims that he can pull Lintels Sills, etc 9 30 6 6 35"30 c& rookhville"EU8till'. 8 Sf 40 25 S.-AH-u-eI LAWN add CtilETKUV i'tnoe.

teeth faster and with less pain than any ALt. LATEST 825" Tavares 900 A.BBOTT'S !
with instruments. SAW MILLS
dentist IMP ROVEMENTS. Daily; t Daily except Sunday; T Sunday only. Trains leaving Jacksonville 8.50 a. m. and Palatka
is small in Belfast Me. 4:00 p. m. are daily between Jacksonville and Palatka.
There a boy IN THE East India Corn Paint
who has a mania for clocks and goes CONNECTIONS: At Jacksonville with diverging lines north east and west. At Orange City Junctionfor
TRaDE
SODTI Orange City New Smyrna and Lake Helen. At Jupiter with J. & L. W. Ry. for Lake Worth. At Sanford
about inspecting and comparing them. with O.B. Ry. for Oakland larpon i-prmgs, Clearwater and Gulf Coast points, and with South Florida REMOVES
He seems to be posted on the correct Ry for Winter Park. Maitland etc. At Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Ke) Wf t. Havana and
for Pictures and' Mobile and for Manatee KUer points At Punta Gorda with steamers for Key Wet, Havana, Punta CORNS, BUNIONS, AND WARTS
clock is fast slow
time and if a or or Rassa, St James City and Fort Slyer. Pullman Palace Buffet Meeting, cars on through; fist mail train
there is anything peculiar in its appear- W ITE Prices or anythin daily between New York and Tampa without change. For information call on or address Speedily and without pain.

ance he is sure to call attention to it. you need In D. F.-JACK, General Manager. G. D. ACKERLY Gen'l Passenger Agt.
Bros.
Lippman Druggists! and Prop's.Savannah .
One of the most attractive features of METAL, we can send it promptly. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Ga.

the Jamaica exhibition in 1891 will be mention this
sure you paper. .
the industrial village, where a numberof
in model huts will be tHt4hDlgS fAy9RflfINE51
peasantry engaged -
in their usual occupations, making THE ODELL CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO1

baskets, wicketwork, cassova, native pot- TYPE WRITER.

tery, nets, sugar, etc., while the coolies

will show their methods of weaving.The .
.Jd120 .
biggest workshop in the world is will buy the Odell TypeWriter ,
said to be that of Herr Krupp. the fa- and Check Perforator New York, Charleston & Florida Lines. I

mous gunmaker of Essen. The growthof with 78 Characters, and $1J> J
this vast establishment has been for the Single Case Ortell, warranted -

wonderful. In 1833 it employed 0 work- to do better work than any machine o -- -, --------- BEST '

men; in 1848, 74: in July, 1888, 20,060 made.It WOODWORKAffACHMEIIf'
men were employed, and the families of combines Simplicity with Durability, NWHOM tWING MACHINtC? flltANGHMASS

the workmen numbered 73,769 souls. Of Speed.: Ease of Operation, wears longer poo. 28ST.LOUIS.MO. UNION SQUARE.NX
cHi
these 24.193 reside in dwellings providedby I without cost: of repairs than any other ..t'I L&.. dpTLANTA.GA."=" CAL.1St

the firm.A machine. Has no ink ribbon to bother Utl -';" "=--; OALLAS.TE.
the oi>cv. tor. It is Xcat, Substantial, 1--- --
remarkable English book, entitled nickel! plated; perfect, and adapted to all INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER
"Black Beauty, or The 'Uncle Tom's kinds of type writing. Like a printing

Cabin' of the Horse," has just been published press, it produces sharp, clean, legible
by the American Humane Educa- manuscripts. Two to ten copies can be
tion society, of Boston. This book is made at one writing. Any intelligent The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :

written by a horse himself, and traces person can become a good operator in (Standard Time.)
his life from the time he is a colt througha two days. ".coffer $1OOO to any New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.

happy life in the country a tiresomelife operator who can equal the work of the Pier 29, E. River. STEAMER.

as. a cab horse in London, and finallya Double Case Odell. I Tuesday, July 1, at 8 p m ......IROQUOIS,......Sunday, July C, at 7 am :
green old age among friends. This Reliable Agents and Salesmen wanted Friday, 4, at 3 p m.......CHEROKEE,......Thursday, 10, at 11 am 1
book has been exceedingly popular in Special i inducements to Dealer*. Tuesday, 8, at 3 p a'...... YEMASSEE, ......Sunday, 13, at 1 p m
England, where over 100,000 copies have For pamphlet giving Indorsements, Friday, 11, at 3pm.......SEIIXOLE.Thursday.Co 17, at 5 am
15 at 3 ..... ........ 20 at 6
been sold and is said to be doing a great etc., address, Tuesday, p m. IROQUOIS, .Sunday, amThursday
,
s=e: Frid)", "I at 3 p m ......CHEROKEE,...... 24, at 9) am
deal of good in abolishing cruelty to ODELL TYPE WRITING CO., ..... "
Tuesday, 22, at 3 p m .SEJXOLE.Sunday, 27, at 11 a In
horses. 2T 3 ....... ....... 31 3
.Rookery Building, Chicago, Ill.CLEARANCE Friday, at p .IROQUOIS. .Thursday, at p ra
2 3 .... 3 C '''- '
Tuesday J. at p m. YEMASSEE.Sunday, Aug- at am
DOINGS OF ROYALTY. A strutlr_ fir-U-laiS mcliine i' _ted ann.ade
SALE I mm. very best nateriI. bj Tkmen ,
Princess Victoria, a sister of the young Q't and with beet' tixilK e\er devised f' o :urposeWurrrutfd I
e Fjne Parlor ST. JOHNS RIVER SERVICE to do all that can be rf*. 3xpcted I
has decided to 300
of Germany, passher .
emperor and Church of the very test typewriter xtaiit. Capable of writing 1
life in single blessedness, and willset Organs from Q, 150 wordal't'r minnie, or inure,according to the '
standard ma- FOR ability of the op..rator. PRICE f 100. I'
establishment of her own in A
up an
Addres-, PARISH 31'FG CO.,
London. kereatSPOTCAMIIrJtiCE.A i.l\ wilc-rente-l, .until pudf Q ABOUT IYORD Sanford, Enterprise & intermediate points on St Johns River. Agents--wanted. PARISH N Y.

Prince Bismarck has decided to make .
>r W Only 82 to a-J
t PIAt.CS. The elegant iron side-wheel steamer, "Cit of Jacksonville Capt. W. A. Shaw isappointed
Friedrichsruhe his future home in pref- monthly lieu HiuiiwA. /t.J\ /mar ) ,
erence to his other estates, and has ordered ,;niumocerUvrat. iSeulqu:cli ,; eyrry pnrcbna.r. to sail from the foot of Laura Street, Jacksonville, Sundays, Tuesdays andThursda"s
r We have inaido tr':.. at 3:30 p. m.
erected the '
houses to be near pal- for VUCJAIN
SI eef. Sale V on Pianos. Oar'2'.' Returning, leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. In.
ace for his clerks and assistants. PIANO Is sold by tt-9
limited to largest dealers nt S275, THEO. O. EGFR. Traffic tanager 5 Bowling/ Green, New York; JOHN L. HOWARD, Fla. FrL Agt,
Bathers and pedestrians on the beachat GOOn Don't>s. -and la worth it. too.- foot Laura St., Jack son\iJk. 3. A. LESLIE, Snipt foot Laura St., Jacksonville.

Trouville. France, were astonished recently miss it./j./No Cheap : For Tickets and Passenger Information, call on

to see the Princess de Sagan appear OO Pianos sold. GtiEWHINDERCORNS. ; F. M IRONMONGER Jr.. Fla. Pas. Agent, f8 Wept Bay 8t.. Jacksonville.
"in a bathing costume one side Our cheapest are |1 __ U'I. 1*. CLYDE & CO., General Agents 12 South Shanes Philadelphia ; 5. Uow .
white the other blue the idea. being V, Perfect&durable linj Green, :New York.YORKFLORIDA. FROM SEW YORK CITY

carried out to the details of gloves but- --- --- --- Mr. A. II Hawke -I* r Sir locr PATENT I
I CUltDbJ EYE GLASSES received sometime *!L<'e, sad am ,
tons and shoes. A MUD NOISES
EAE8 LtiBtlt TUBULAR UI very ranch gratified at the wen dulUI change tLat
King Humbert is u prudent monarch, : D Whispers heard.Com.mbl. MALLORY NEW LINES. has come over niycyt-vigbt MCCP 1 Late discardedmy I
and does well to be so. in the present. 'ealyviiar'dwafMwlark. ....._'.1.11.11 a..l'dle"all.nra.f.rb..k.fpreofa11th Sol411 F.IIISCOI,. old glares ai.il ALIIASLra MU now: vtani-c AGAR.jcnr -. 1

state of the kingdom's finances. Last Secretary btaticners' loaid of Trade.
house New York Philadelphia Boston & Florida. All fitted at the Inn jr Store of j
year the civil list for the royal :5 DIXOX OKAY. TITti'\VILLE, FLA
\t'zult.S.oOOO francs, and the king The only wire fur for Corns. Stops.--. liiscox all pain.&Co.F.ru,<>Urc9eomlo..t .T.gYO .
thereet.15c.at Vrnggi
spent 15.349.999 francs 92 centimes, leaving to &'ilil1J fromFERXAXDIXA, Fla., Every THURSDAY. LIPPIAN'SPYRAFIIGE

a cent and three-quarters to his u CONSUMPTIVERave .EW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. vi.d' .
credit for the ensuing year. 'R'ShcJhNn b iFi Asthma. djft tionl (;ae .
the wor....cL..an'14 tile best rreernr fy or Cltillsari.ingfrom IRON STEAMERS
Emperor William has some respect for Gctective nutrttion. Take in time. 6Oc. and ,LOU( !

America. For the occasion of the entryof ; Rio Grande, $
the American riflemen into Berlin he $35. IMano $130. Catalogue Free.
gave orders that the Stars and Stripes ORGANS i'auiel 1'. l>.ttj. Waoliiugtoo, N J. Capt. Connpr. II I I

should be saluted with 101 guns when = State Texas, IS A SURE CURE FOR I

the palace was reached and that a company DETECTIVESWue41a tk CapltWilliam .
Chills and Fever
of the Imperial Guards should forman :
every eollDt,. Shrewd miD to act under ioitroetio&sIn Y City of San Antonio
of honor to the Cag. ,
escort Pertiealan free.
our S cr t Scrtice.Experience noeeMtry.
The Emperor Napoleon very rarely Grannan Detective Bureau Co UAra .,Ci::utaa Capt Wilder. ft DUMB AGUE & MALARIA !

wrote a letter by his own hand, and Passengers from Tituaville. Indian River and East Coast poii ts, arriving in Jacksonville from J.,T. LIPP3L1X BROS.,'Ytwle le Druggists '
those few which do exist are mostly in PARKER'SHAIR & K. W. Railway mike connection with morning and afternoon trains for Fernandina and Steamers aaderti8cd.
j.nd Role !'roIrit BALSAM
Italian. He usually dictated to a secre- 4
Savannah .
,
tary at such a rapid rate that the amanuensis Cleanses Promotes and a luxuriant beautifies growth.the hair. The (:15 p. m. train from Jacksonville connects with steamer at Fernandina. Georgia.A.

bad to fill up gaps from memory, Never Fails to Restore Gray Leave New York. STEAMERS. Leave Fernandina. F&OSOHEK

and it is a funny fact that most of his Prevents, Hair to Dandruff ill Youthful and hair Color.falling Friday, fay 30,..........................RIO GRANDE,....................Thursday, June 5 ,
love letters to Josephine were thus dic- 451N__ ,and $1 mat rinicnrl' tated. 13-......... RIO GRANDE. ,..Thursda'y, 19 Keeps a full snpply of metallic and wooden

Friday, 20,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,.Thursday, u 20
THE GENTLER SEX. Friday 27,. GRANDE: ..................Thursday, July 3I Coffins, Cases and Caskets.

H RES' Friday July 4,.STATE OF TEXAS.Thursday, 10 Funerals attended if desired. All orders
Sarah Cowell-Lemoyne the interpreterof RIO a 17
Friday, 11. GRANIE.Thursday, promptly executed and at reasonable rates.
Browning, is an ashen blonde and a 2' -- Friday. 18,.STATE OF TEXAS.Thursday, 14 Embalming done.FINE .
quaintly original talker. r|;: HIRES' 11IP110VED 25e ij Friday, 23.. RIO GRANDE, Thursday, 31

Mrs. M. A. Schaefer, of Monroe, Ga., ROOT BEER For General information J.L apply CDTIXR to Gen. Pass Agent, 77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
has held the postoffice at that place for IIUDUI. no BatuMOnrruAiiiiie EASIUTMAZCTHIS O M. HUBBY, Agent,foot of Centre street, Fernandina, Fla.

twenty-three years, and has never lost a PACicua:UKES m.t GALLONS C. H. MALLORY &: CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y. n
day on account of illness.

Miss Joanna Baker, who was a tutor ROO Y BEER.no

of Greek in an Iowa college at the age fiNE SHOW CASES SHOW CASES

of 1C, now occupies the chair her father most APPETIZING and WHOLESOME -C3-Ask for catalogue.
filled seventeen years ago. TBMPEBANCB! DRINK In the world. TERRY M'PG CO.. NASHVILLE TENN.
Delicious and Sparkling. TRY IT. -AT Lomas':' J?I I CJS-:
r is described as a :
Grace Greenwood or Grocer for It. Notice.
\ k woman with large features and very Ask your Druggist Also Wall and Prescription cases,Cedar Six months after date hereof I will apply s

1 dark hair, which she combs down over C. E. HIRES. PHILADELPHIA. Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Traysand to Hon. Minor S. Jones, county judge of
and
for Stores
i her ears in an old fashioned way. Stools. Cabinet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits Brevard county, Fla., for final settlement
?
ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta Ga.
NOTICE free. Address ,
Sarah Bernhardt expects to make Banks. Catalogue and discharge as administrator of the estate 10

enough money out of her autobiography Is hereby given that six months after of Henry K. W.McBride, deceased, late ot I

? e to build a little rock play house with a thefirst publication of this notice I will Egyptian Queen, Ripley, Black & White Antigua &other fancy Pine Slips & Suckers. Brevard county, Florida*" notified\n.persons to owe-

crypt under the stage for her remains. present my final accounts and apply for to .N nan's Improved and Ho/man's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early. ing forward the estate and settle.are hereby All holding claims come

Miss Alice McGee has been admitted the County Judge of Dade County of Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate. against said estate will present them properly
I She is only my final discharge as administrator manufactured by old firm the Davidge Fertilizer Co. settlement. ,:
to the bar at Warren, Pa. late of Dade INDIAN RIVER BRAND, an authenticated for '
Hars
21 years old, and passed a better examination the estate of August deceased., Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapes and )Melbourne Fla.," June 26th, 1800.

than any of the young men who County Florida, HEINRICH HARE, Davidge'8 Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue. ClIAS. T. SIC11Rinr.Administrator. .

. : candidates lSVO.dministrator.. JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Riser Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla. .
I March 20,

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I : THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1890.

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MELBOURNE.MENTION, THE TRIP, TO THE OCEAN BEACH. I II I I I Pants Pants Trousers !

The Steamer White Twice Aground In the I J JHaultrter. ROYAL
NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK IN .THAT :Failure of the Excursionists
VICINITY to Reach Grand Old Ocean. Scenes Witnessed -
at the Ilaulorer. What Becameof Y
i -
the Chickens?
laced In Pointed Paragraphs for the Ileacl- We propose to make PANTS and SHOES the Two Leading Featuresat _
About twenty-five persons boardedthe
er'Perusal. t
Delightful breezes. Very few mos- steamer White Sunday morning expecting F
a joyous trip to the ocean beach I
quitoes.
by way of Oliver's landing. The steamer -
No ice in town for two or three days "THE BAZAAR"For
was announced to start at six o'clock

last week. | sharp, but the manager of the trip was

lion. M. S. Jones is making a tour of one of the last to appear on the scene, AKI $ the future. Though: we will continue to lead i in LOW PRICES IN

the river, viewing the political outlook. so the White did not start until after EVERYTHING in Dry; Goods, Notions and Clothing.: We have

John B. Beach went down to Micco in seven o'clock, ajid to the lateness of starting -
about 400 pair Pants in process of Manufacture, which will
his new sailboat Windward, last Thurs- Captain Buie partly attributes the
be in stock about the 21st. Everyone is cordially
misfortunes of the day. the wind having
day.The Absolutely Pure.A invited to call and examine them.
steamer Denny stopped for a short risen considerably just before reachingthe

time at the city wharf on her way toward Haulover. The day was fine for tie cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength.--U. &
Titusville.The trip, as the hot sun was obscured; by Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. J.P.TUR.. T ER. & co

Little Casino has been out on the light clouds with very little threatening -

of and is rain, which amounted to a very light GEORGE:: ROIJBINS WALTFR
ways for a coat copper paint, T. D. GIBBENS S. GRAHAM,
bower. The .
ocean trip was spoiled,
again in commission.
Atty.-at-Law.
We bear that Mr. S. F. Gibbs has however, by the steamer getting agroundat MANUFACTURERS1 AGENT : : : ,
the west end of the Haulover, and ,
bought an Ocean Beach lot at East Melbourne REAL ESTATE DEALERS: ,
after about an hour's work she was got JACKSONVILLE FLA.
,
of :Mrs.: Johnson. ALL KIMKS OF PKOI'KUTY 1IOUGHT, SOLD A KXCIIAXCiUD.
off and proceeded through the canal Carries in Stock and Sells Manufacturer
at -
Grace Cummings Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.
Mi-a ,
Mrs. Cuumings '
,
proper, stern foremost, with the aid cf :; Prides,
and Mrs. R. W. Beaujean, .-. O. Box 250
and Mr. the ,
strong current only, until she reached -
were visitors from Melbourne Beach, on the cast end. Here the Captain decided Lard, Canned Meats, Flour, TITUS VILLE, BREVAKD CO., FLO1UDA.

Thursday la t. to facilitate matters a little by GRITS AND MEAL. We Buy and Sell all 1 kinds of Real Estate and are sole .\gents for a large list 0 f

S. T. Lipscomb, we are told, will attempting to turn the steamer's bow towards Correspondence Solicited.INDIANRIVERSTATE carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Urevard County.
RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value u: any Property
shortly commence the erection of a her destination, but in so doing on Indian River.

building that may be used as a restaurantfor he went aground astern. A large hawser BANK. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequal,

colored people.A was now fixed to her stern, bathing suits and l every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending,Purchasers\\Ie
favor us with their .
little race came off last Thursday were donned, and a large force of willing may patronage.No
pretty Titus*'ille, Florida. Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
between the Flirt and the Nettle as lands, under orders of Captain Buie, Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-

they chanced to meet on the river. Capt. worked like Trojans, both on land and Authorized priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
Capital, $100,000,
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Hector's Flirt came out ahead. in the water, to get the White to start
I Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A GEORGE:: ROIJBINS, President. WALTER S. GIU II.1M. Secretary.3rovarcl .
Brothers' is good for her destination, but all to no purpose
Wright store doing a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS THAN-
business; he ships many goods to Eden It being after one o'clock, it was decided SACTED.: Abstract of Titlo Oo.,

where some thirty or forty colored handsare to point her bow homewards, and with JAMES PKITCHAKP. President, Incorporated A. D. 1889.

employed grubbing for pines. might and main another tug-of-war;: W. .IJ. UAKXETT, Viceresident, CAPITAL STOCK, $5OOO ; ITLLY I'.AII)1 XOX-ASSCSSAI1LC.

commenced, and the passengers and crew ,r\I.)1. BK.OWX, Cashier. Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50e. for each al-
Frank Latham is hear
back again we
; Directors James Pritchard W. I Barnett dditional Transfer. For Abstract the the viz.,$8.00
came out the victors. She then steamed : > continuing an charges are same,
he met with a mishap while driving :Mr.: into the Haulover amid much rejoicing, J. II. J>llrkC'eY., S. Graham, and for the first additional and oOc. for each succeeding transfer.
the animal W.1.. Brown.
Beach's horse
; ran away,
Taxes Paid for IVoii-Ilc&idciit
and as most of the gentlemen and ladies
breaking the wagon somewhat ; :Frankwas went provided with bathing suits, which Every favor consistent with Conservative! CST"; For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry awl
unhurt annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against 1 lossI,vTax
I some had bought specially for this occa- extenM -
John Baird's sharpie, Cornelia, unloaded BanMui Sale. 12
sion, they took a dip at this place in- Box 250 Titusville Fla.
40,000 pine slips at Mr. J. II. Correspondents: : Seaboard Xat'l) Bmkof ,
stead of the ocean. The fi-hing was also .
New York Xat'l! Hank of .TtcksoJ1'i11e.JACKSONVILLE -
East Melbourne and ; -- ----- -------- --- -------- -- ---- --------- ---- -
Thillips' place, at ,
poor, but mosquitoes were very plentiful.
has passed on up the river with 10,000 The trip was anything but a success '. 'UR CH.AN"CE t

t for Tom Snell. and taken all around we don't MARBLE GO We g.begin this week and will Slash Prices and convert Goods into Cash.We

The improvement of New Haven ave think another ocean beach party will begotten intend makirij improvements in our place and

nue has begun. Hands \'cry'scarce, up very soon again via this route. Dealers in Z MUST REDUCE STOCK.

most of the good workers having gone to That so shallow} a draft steamer as the 1\1 on\unents.lIf'atlstonl',

Eden where.a great deal of land is being White cannot pass through the Haulover O) ,. This Sale cannot fail to interest anyone who should wish anything: in our line.

cleared for pines.A without all this trouble shows that the. == Iron Fencing, For.the. Next Thirty Days We Will Offer Our Entire Stock

lady resident Melbourne, channel must have filled deal as v
spend up a great i Z !tj Lawn Furniture 'f
ing this: bummer north, writes to a friend in places, and it goes to prove that the i' j&J T COST 2
55 Marble,
i i
here, that a few days before it was in- channel through the canal wi11n-\'er remain .... "-* Call and be Convinced that We are Offering Genuine
sufferably hot, changing suddenly so cold, at a regular depth until it i is :; Q Granite, Slate, Bargains.GOLDSMITH.
she nearly froze. dredged out again by the Canal Co., anda Onyx.
lock put in to counteract the current (Oo G BROS.
Mr. O. K. Wood, of Cocoa, was a pleas- which is now as changeable as the wind Building Stone, .

ant caller last week, returning from his that blows. If the East Coast Canal L.g Wire Fencing,
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Company are to have the route from Slate Mantels,
pineapple plantation on St. Lucie river, -
Daytona to Jupiter opened this winterso Iron Mantels. E. L. JBR.ADYGroceries
where he has been rusticating, and culti- Mr. Flagler can put on his steamers, ,

vating his pines.Notwithstanding. which news: is said to be true, the Canal Grates. Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
will have in
the
Company to put lock
low '
water and thin 't' I 11 .
which has been
long contemplated to >-<
1. ITI
ning out of the crop last year, the hunters prevent the currents filling up the chan >o ll4 ..'.....,, I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and
to 'gator in while. nel. On whole tin .. ....: >-4 .1 >:< "
manage get once a the ; trip was, to a "'>- > I 1 1 Fancy
L. D. Lockwood shipped last week 175, certain extent, enjoyed. The Captaindid M ..... J.J. 1 "' Groceries Fruit and Food Products
and the week before 200 hides. what he could to make it pleasant for IJlIn jJ 1 ,
'gator : ,..... =: 10.IT .-"
the excursionists, besides gallantly escorting ""'." .
r' ', iI..2oI; Of all kinds. Also my Stock of
Last Sunday, July 15th, thermometerin the ladies to the bathing ground. Mr. -- <;.. ;

Illinois, 10S in the hade; compare Frank Villeret would like to know the And all kinds of Tilinr Hearths, Wire Mats, and Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat
,
that with the same day here, highest names of those who used his three chickens in fart anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind of
for bait ; and the young lady who Stone. I am the only House on Indian River dealing,: exclusively! in the above Line of
the
850 lowest 75 Send fir at the same time stating
with CatiloRne
temperature a lost her bathing dress overboard on the style of goudlL ton are in need of as we have differ- Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite jour correspondence and solicit
breeze that made it feel down to CO or G5 return trip, would like the finder to return lit Catalogues in the different branches of our your patronage.: Very truly, .
it to the Indian River Hotel. lB. 25
Mr. Charles T. McBride is building a 25 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla. E. !L. BRADY.

two-story house on the tract purchased
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from N.'Downey. His trees are doing Holy Name Academy, EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR. ':

remarkably we11.lr$. :McBride: i is expected -
to return this week from her visit San Antonio, Pasco Co., Fla., STILIN""G- T A-YLOR.r r,
OPENS SEPTEMBER 1st Complete English .
to relatives in New York and New Coiirce; Art, Language, M usual and Commercial
Indian River
Jersey. Di-paitinenti. Address, Cocoa, Florida
MOTHER DOLOltOSA O. s. It.,
The trade boat Irene was at the City Antonio, 1'asco County, Florida. DEALERS r

wharf last Friday. With three good,

general stores! carrying heavy stocks o If For Ice Cqjd Drinks,

goods, and five or six trade boats stopping mius, PORTER, Paints Hardware Stoves Tinware [i

here on their rounds, lhe peopleare ,
well supplied with the necessaries Wines Liquors ,

'..
and luxuries of life.
AND AGATEWARE.Plumbers' '.
We are sorry to state that Miss Grace -
APOLLINARIS
Ely has been suffering a relapse, the and Mill II.
malady this time assuming more nearly and other Mineral AVaters Cigars, Cig- .. .- TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY
the form of inflammation of the brain arettes, Tobaccos, Etc., Etc po to .a
I
Dr. Lyman has been very successful in J. D. Crabb Supplies,
his treatment, and at the present time .. BARBED WIRE,
Miss Ely is a little better though not out i Titusville, Florida. Oils, Glass and Putty,

of danger. I ItlLLI IIIDS & POOL. WIRE NETTING

Mi. C. H. Stewart enjoyed a trip to I Doors Sash Blinds ,
Cocoa, last Friday, to attend the regular I. .
,
convocation of the lodge of F. A. M's, Brevard Co. and WIRE CLOTH

returning on Saturday. We hear Mrs r
Stewart will return here, probably this -
week, and :Mr.: S. will be happy once STATE BANK BRICK, LIME, CEMENT w Guns: '

more. He evidently does not like beinga
grass widower. SHINGLES and LATH. AMMUNITION: : ,
COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED .
The first arrest, by the Marshal of FISHING E.Ship .
Melbourne, was made last Thursday .
evening, the party being one Tueton, 1889. Cb..a,] ?d.1ery Good,
who is evidently insane, his conduct CAPITAL:
towards ladies justifying that opinion. Paid Up, $25,000; Authorized, Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for \.'\lIs and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com-

Marshal L K. Smith took his prisoner $100,000.ACCOUNTS pany, 's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. .

before His Honor, Mayor Andrews, who,
in consideration of the prisoner's evident SOLICITED Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene, Stoves, Collins and Caskets.

aberation, kept him under guard overnight Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. WLL
ARTESIAN PIPE
A. SPECI1.LITY.9
at the Carleton, and next day tent .
him by steamer, to his friends at Brantly. DIRECTORS: \ "*
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Catalogues 'sample cards and size lists sent free solicited and
upon application. Correspondence
They should see that he is not allowedto ALBERT TAYLOR, President.
furnished
wander from home, a" in his present JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. estimate promptly.:

mental condition it is not safe to leave I R. 13. II 0 L3l1-S. Cashier .. .
him at large in any community. J. M. Sanders. J. F. Wooten. STILINGTAYLOR..

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