The Florida star
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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 31, 1890
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
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System ID: UF00075901:00214
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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LOCAL LACONICS -Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
from Atlanta Turner returned -Pictures, 4 for 50 cents, only a few THE PRIMARIES. racy and its principles, referring briefly .

Georgia, last Friday eyen- days in Titusville. Owen & Woodward. to recent congressional action calculated
THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT ng. Mrs. Turner brought with her as
US. aret
Cabinet Photos of a whole family, to drown the Democratic party and
a young parrot which she NAMES OF DELEGATES FROM VARIOUS
purchased only &4 per dozen. Owen & Woodward.We smother its voice in the councils of the
Current Events or Our Town and Suburbs III Atlanta. Mr. Turner satisfied himself PRECINCTS. nation.

Briefly Epitomized.Mr. with a pointer dog. Let the birds beware regret to announce that the
health of Mrs. J. LaGrange Primary. On submitting above names by Mr. y
Foy is not better.
F. E. Lane of :Sanford; was in now. any
Friday was quite an exciting day ; the E. E. Hill to act as delegates Mr. Chas. -
town last Friday. -Mr. L. R. -Mr. Walter Kitching, of Sebastian,
Decker is busily contracting aspirants for office were out electioneeringamong Hammond rose up and stated that among
-Cabinet Photos at half was in our town shaking hands with his
price only at Harriman
; Tenn. which he
saysis our voters. Saturday afternoona those proposed one was a Republican and
$ .OO per dozen. Owe & Woodward. a very lively and rapidly-growing friends Monday.Mr. held Mr. Gardner'sstore
meeting was at thereupon appealed to the meeting as to
Governor Gleason town, but he does not like the Sewell is now conductor on this
was a guestat countrynear and the following gentlemen were whether or not the names of some of the

the Indian River Hotel last week. so well as Indian Riyer. He expects division since the transfer of)Ir. Villeret elected to go; to Rockledge: E. B. Carter, numerous good Democrats he saw around

-Mr. L B. Dawson, of the Narrow, to be back here about the first of to the main line.Catholic W. R. Wolf, L. A. Coleman, Thos. Johnson him assembled could and ought to be ,

was in town the first part of the week. December.The services at Masonic Hallon and H. A. Carlile. substituted. .

J -The trade-boat Osceola, owned byS. steamer St. Lucie arrived Sun- Sunday next. Mass and sermon at TitusvIne Primary. The name of this wolf in sheep's clothng -'

A. Belcher, is hauled out for painting day morning bringing through quite a 10 a, m., standard time. Meeting called to order by S. II. Ray, being sternly demanded,Judge Hammond \

and repairs.Mr. number of crates of pineapples-so it Money Money 1 Money I to chairman of the Precinct committee, who responded that it was S. F.Travis,

G. B. Rumph is improving the seems that the entire crop is not shipped loan on real estate. Apply to Ilobbins & read the call. Dr. B. R. Wilson] wassailed and then looked to see if the Colonel had

appearance of his large store very much as yet. Planting out pine slips is the Graham, Titusyille, Fla. ] to the chair and S. II. Ray made alien under his seat from the shock of

by repainting it. principal occupation with residents on -Up to last night the taking of testi- secretary. this unexpected exposure.

the lower river just now. mony in the l\Iichaelland contest cases: Moved and carried that the same set of Nothing of the sort, instead of being
-No one bores better or cheaper artesian had not been concluded. crushed( and wilted, Col. Travis rose to
-Testimony was taken Monday before delegates be elected to represent this precinct
wells than F. P. Hall, of Georgiana.Write he occasion and in and
Clerk Stewart in the contested at both conventions also that a spirited ringing
homestead Messrs. S. K. & J. C. Michael, of ; voting -
!him *
prices. denied the
case of Michael vs Lesley. Witnesses Orchid, have been in town this week be by ballot. Messrs. L. C. Oliver, speech charge and explained

-Mr. Benj. Harrison, of Palatka, arrived from down the river the interested in land matters. M. E. English and, S. A. Belcher were his position, stating that while years ago

formerly editor of the daily Ai-iw, was in he had supported the Republican party,
day W. II. Palmer, E-q., of -Have a fine Photo of residence appointed assistant secretaries to canvass
town last Thursday. your a residence of long duration in the South
Gainesville, is attorney for Mr. Michael, made while the ballots.]
-Mr. M. C. Weaver is getting along and Jones & Atkinson for Mr. Losley.Col. you can Owen get It&cheap.Woodward. Robert Morrow nominated Messrs. II. had changed his opinions ; that at the s

well with his hou-e liis F. Atkinson J. W. Frank Duren last general election he voted for President -
very new on new Bradford, of Leon'county., on Rogers, -
-Anyone desiring to purchase some Cleveland and had
lat the S. A. Belcher E. L. S. D. always,since his
near academy.Mr. the part of the State, and Mr. Geo. F. Brady,
household: furniture can secure a bargainby first residence here supported the State
Henry Titus has given up his Miles, for the Coast Canal Company, Geiger, G. W. Martin, Zeke Renaker, P.
applying at once to Mr. S. H. Ray. and County Democratic tickets, and always ,
toda water stand-Messrs. Dixon & Gray started yesterday for Jupiter to receive M. Fisher. '
-The Titusville base ball team will would in the future ; further that ..
M. E. then nominated Zeke
taking back the fountain.Mr. the work recently done on the lower English
play a game of ball with the Cocoa nine he didn't see how it was possible for any
Renaker, L. A. Brady H. F. Atkinson,
E. 1). Raney has changed back river by the dredge: Work will commence
respectable whatever his
to-morrow on the grounds of the Cocoa man, pre-
Frank Boye, G. Nolle,J. M. Dixon, S. H.
next at the Haulover.
from Enterprise to this place and likes club Ray, and Wm. Futch. vious convictions might have been, to reside -

Titusville much the better. -The School Board has changed the -Mrs. Spencer has been quite sick the The ticket placed in nomination by R. as long as he had in Florida and be

Monday morning's: train out from Boundaries of our Titusville School District past week so that she has been in bed Morrow was elected by a large; majority, anything else in politics but a straightout -

this place consisted! of seventeen cars including -. so as to exclude certain property most of the time. We hope to see her the vote standing as follows: Atkinson, Democrat, especially, when as in his '

two passenger coaches. holders between this place and LaGrange.This case, his life's partner was the daughterof
out again shortly. 57; Rogers 40; Duren, 41; Belcher, 40;
-Mrs. Hendry of Mims was visitingMrs. necessitates the day for election E. L. 56 41 Martin 41 a soldier whose name will long bq remembered -
-Captain R. P." Paddison is back to Brady, ; Geiger, ; ;
E. L. Brady the latter part of last should be postponed. It now will he our town again this week, as a witness in Renaker, 57; Fisher, 41. in the history of the lost cause.

week and the first of the present week. held on Sept. 2nd, instead of Aug..12th. the interest of the East Coast Trans- The remaining six on the other ticket Loud and prolonged applause greeted
the close of Col. Travis' remarks
-My spring stock of ladies' hats must -Mr. C. II. Walton yisited Eau Gallie portation Company. stood as follows] : L. A. Brady, 16; Boye, ; and
there was more joy in that room over this
be closed out to make room for fall pur- Saturday, returning to Titusville Tues- fr.T. T. Wetmore and wife returned 16; Nolle 17; Dixon, 16; Ray, 16; Wm. misguided; one who had repented ;than

chafes. Selling at cost. G. B. Humph.* day evening lIe is no longer connected from their summer trip north this week. 1C. over the ninety and nine old timerslwho

-The building Mr. Hale with the STAR office having given up Wetmore's is The alternates to the ticket were de-
occupied by eyesight improved by had always been solid adherents of Jeffersonian -
and family, in north Titusville, looks his: position last Friday, after having the treatment received while north.' clared elected by acclamation.City Democracy. The credentials being -

quite neat since it has been been with us nearly three years. Our Point Primary.
newly -Mr. Charlie Watson, purser on the signed and handed to the delegation,
painted.Mr.. best wishes go with him in his new un- The Democratic voters of Precinct No.
St. Augustine, was made happy yesterday the meeting adjourned 'mid softly nur-

A. V. A. Winans and wife, of dertaking.Mr. by the arrival of a little boy at his 3 met at Hatch's store last Saturday, the mured prayers that many might seej' the

Eden, armed here last Friday night i J. P. Goldsmith was among the house. Mother and child are doing well. 26th. The meeting was called to order error of their ways and walk henceforward -

from New York and registered at the : many passengers on yesterday morning'strain. -We learn that Mrs. L. H. Decker by J. D. Hatter ; J. M. Sanders was called with the elect. '!

Grand View. He goes to New York and the to the chair, and J. C. Norwood requested i!
has given up charge of the (able d'hote at Eau Gallie. !'
western markets to purchase a rousing to act as-secretary.
-Mrs. D. L. Gaulden and two children, the Indian River Hotel and will probably At the Eau Gallie precinct primaries,
fall stock. No doubt he will secure a full The following resolutions were reported -
and her mother Mrs. Stevens, left here rent the Moore cottage near the Grand held at Olmstead's store, on Saturday the
line and return prepared to please his and adopted :
yesterday morning fora two months' yis- View Hotel. 26th inst., Mr. J. E. M. Hodgson !' was
Resolved that in favor of there-
hosts of friends with everything they may we are
it to friends in New York. chosen chairman and Mr. G. F.
-Mr. C. II. Nauman has had his housein Ensey
want in his line.'e wish him .a pleasant election of the people's tried friend, the
-Mr. L. C. Oliver moved the little trip and safe return. South Titusville almost wholly recovered foe of trusts and monopolies, WilkinsonCall secretary. Messrs. B. J. Stewart J. L.

,office from his former lumber yard, near with new weather-boarding the for the United State Senate. Casper and C. C. Houston were elected

tbe depot, last week to his house lot and -Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gardner will past week. Give it a little paint now That we are in favor of the Railroad delegates to the Democratic county,;convention -

will use the same for a kitchen. leave here Saturday morning so as to and the appearance will be greatly improved Commission in its present personalty and to be held at Rock Ledge Aug.,

take the Clyde steamer Yemassee from Charley 2nd, and Messrs. D. S. Bryan, J. T, nell '
Un-gah ; east-ta-had-ka take heap t' of amending the present Railroad Commission -
Jacksonville Sunday for New York. and B. J. Stewart, delegates to the Titus
Indians picture. Photographs taken at -A letter from Captain Paddison, in law SOlS: to empower the commissioners
The cheap rate excursions via the Clyde ville convention, to be held August 20th. .
'Green Corn Dance" of Seminole Indians. answer to Captain Watson's recent letterin to enquire into the construction -
line to New York, as advertised, have It was decided, after discussion, that. the
Address S. Shear, I. It P., Cocoa, Fla. the STAR, was received yesterday. Owing and expense!" accounts of the railroadsof
filled the steamers for those dates to their delegates; go uninstructed. !i :
the crowded condition of
very our the State.
-Captain Rice started Monday morn utmost capacity. The manager has refused Mr. J. E. M. Hodgson was unanimously -
hison columns this:: week Captain Paddison'sreply Next business was the election of five
for Florida interview
ing Quincy, to to carry more than 60 persons on nominated as the Democratic! can
will appear in our next. delegates to attend the county convention -
> Ollie in regard to the killing of each ship aside from their cabin accom- didate for the office of Justice o>(;; the
Jerry Forehand, which fact.was mentioned -From the Times- Union we learn that at Titusville, the 20th of August.W. district
modations.Geo. Peace of this and Mr. 6. C. ,
in the STAR last week. Mr. C. K. Mount, assistant chief engineerof II. Sharpe, R. A. Hardee, Lawrence Houston Constable. SECRETARY. ;
"Rumph is giving goods the J. T. & K. W. R'y has resignedhis Faber W. F. Dixon and J. P. Brown I
-Mr. P. S. Johnson, auditor for the away for the next 60 days. My stock is elected. Melbourne. j
position and leaves for Alabama on were i
Railroad Company, was busily engaged too large ; I will make as close and even the 1st of August to commence contract The meeting then proceeded to elect The Primary of the Democracy at
checking the accounts for the Indian than and to Melbourne\ well attended of.
up closer prices ever, give every work on a new line in process ot con delegates to the Rockledge conyention to was most

River Steamboat Company this week. cash purchaser the privilege of selectingin struction. be held on the 2nd of August.; the Democrats being present Hon. R.

He left yesterday morning.Mr. goods, free of charge, lOcts. on every and Mr. A. L. Hatch W. H. Sharpe, A. Z. Dixon, J. M. Sanders \ Andrews, chairman of the executive

A. 6. Dixon, wife and child, dollar's worth purchased ; five dollar's -Captain Sharpe C. Willard and Thomas Robiq- committee, called the meeting to (order
of Point and Senator Hardee of
and Messrs. R. L. and W. T. Dixon, worth, 50cts. free ; ten dollar's worth, City son were elected. After requesting the and presided. LaRue P. Ely was elected
and other of
Mopped here last Thursday on their return $1 free, and so on. Come and see. I I Rockledge down, the river many have been our in people town minutes to be sent to the STAR for publication secretary. Melbourne is entitled to two

from their sojourn of a few week mean just what I say. The stock must rom the meeting adjourned. delegates. C. J. Hector and LaRue P. )
hear the
this week to testimony being
.at Daytona to their home at Cocoa. be sold. July 24th. Ely were elected delegates to the Rock
taken by the Railway Commissioners in llockledge imary. Ledge convention with M. G. :Ellis l! and
-An Ericson hot air pumping engine -Mr. Thompson, of Jacksonville, who the matter of the East Coast Transportation The meeting was called to older at Lewis K. Smith as alternates. R. W.
was landed here last week at the railroad had of the entire constructionof
has charge Company's complaint against the 10:30 a. m. and Senator G. S. Hardee Andrews and John elected

. wharf for Mr. C. B. Corey. It is made the new dry dock, met with a serious J. T. & K. W. Railway Company, in chosen chairman. After reading the call to the Titusville convention Henry were with W. J. ;
to use wood for fuel and is one of thmosteconomical accident last Wednesdaywhile :
and painful discrimination in and
regard to freights the meeting was declared open and the Nesbilt and S. F. Gibbs as alternates. :
. pumpingengines known nailing down the bilge blocks in wharfage, etc. following resolution introduced by Col. '

-Mr. L. C. Oliver received four car the new dock. While his son was drivinga Stypman Bros., Wayeland, arrived S. F. Travis was read and unanimously Malabar Primary. :__

loads of Georgia pine last Friday which spike with a large spike hammer, the here Monday with their large sloop adopted : Pursuant to call the Democratic prim

kept his yard hands busy the next day hammer glanced or missed the spike and Dora, which by the way, is one of the fiesolved, that the delegates elected at ary was held at this precinct on the Gtb.

to unload. lIe says the sales of lumber struck Mr. Thompson on the nose as he most comfortable boats on the river this meeting shall represent this precinctin George "". Washburn was elected $hair-
Her length is about 35 feet with 14 feet
were never better on Indian River thanat was stooping over nearby, mutilating his beam and a good roomy cabin. They the convention to be held at Rock- man and F. ,, Comstock: secretary..

the present. face in a horrible manner. He startedfor brought up with them a Porto Rico pineapple ledge August 2nd, and also at the convention C.'W. Arnold was unanimously el ected

Captain Simonson has the keel laid Jacksonville the following morningfor that weighs about eight pounds to be held at Titusville August delegate to the Rockledge convention,
and be at home. which is quite large for that variety this and R. C. Creech elected
for the new schooner. She will be about proper treatment to I most of the pineapples this year 20th, for the purpose of making nomina- was delegate to
fifty-six feet long with a beam of seventeen -The Town Council at their meetinglast being small in fruit. tions for State and County officers. the county convention at Titusville, the

feet and will be constructed special! Thursday received back the charter t I Resolved, further, should any delegate election of both delegates being unani-

,, as a party boat-roomy, with over six granted to the East Coast TransportationCo. REV. M. BLACK. elected fail to attend either of these conventions mous.It I

" feet height in her cabin. ., Mr. G. M. Robbins tendering the GEORGIAXA, FLA.July J'9, 1890. those who do attend shall have was ordered that a copy of the proceedings

-Tbe finished moving Captain for the company stating that as it power to cast the full representation of of this meeting be sent for pub*
contractor I same Editor Florida Star:
f lication to the Indian River Aetraand the
, this precinct.
The that the was against the
Rice's house last Friday. appeared
valuable life came to an end yesterdayat
FLORIDA STAR, and meeting .
Nominations then in order the ; adjourned.
I Captain has moved his two smaller housesfurther I wishes:! of the people, his company didt ft p. m. in the death of Kev.: MichaelBlack. I being I II I

west on his lot on Main street I not wish to hold it. The ordinance re- It was not unexpected as he hasbeen i following names were submitted as dele- Courtney Primary. i

and be purchasedfrom to wharfage was laid over until in bed for more than three months.' !: gat*"?, seconded and chosen: unanimously Delegates to Rockledge COnYen i ionMessrs. -
will place the building lating I
i to-day. Ordinances lIe was nearly years old, yet until withina J. F. Wooten, D. A. Dickson, S. F. Tra J. H. Sam, T.' 11. Sande aDd
Mrs. Titus in their stead. the adjourned meeting j few months.his zeal as a minister of the I
"located in I were introduced relating to opening I Gospel was never abated. UN influencehas vis, A. ,\ Hardee, D. R. Johnston, \\ m. G. W. Schuyler, who can appoint their

-Mr. H. Hawley i is now certain streets in southwestern part of made a more profound religious impression .Hindle. The tone of the meeting was own alternates. To Titusville convention -

Atlanta-employed as superintendent by hours for closing upon the people than that of any harmonious throughout. Senator Hardee, -Messrs. J. R. Miot, J. R. Johnston
the in town ; to regulate other minister who has ever preached along
i' Atlanta Gold Mining Company
in short but 'talk and A. J. Whitlock Alternates J. J.
Dick Hughesiftiitwith : saloons and for establishing grades for the shores of Indian River. He had been a impressive urged up- ;
developing their property. buildin s hereafter to be erected, in : a resident of Erevan County for nearly- 4Ion' all the necessity of sinking personal LaRoche, W..R. Wilson and E. Pt Por-

him and they "have a pleas.ant inew of town. .: years. JAS. II.'1ViIITFr I feelings in the interests of pure Demos cher.; Delegates uninstructed. : %
.. business part t
, time of it among the mountains.

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Interesting War of Rates from
Col. U.rbert-Det. are On, and the Company of Philadelphia Capitalists Telegrams. to New York Papers Endorsing An President Bretard :5ecJ' lIrnal'db' -
Operating There. Interior Pennsylvania Towns. Abstract Co. Oe.*
and Dlsapprprlng the Measure. strict g l
"Longest Pole Get. the Persimmon.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., July 26.-It has PHILADELPHIA, July 24.-Final arrangements NEW YORK, July 24.-The daily papersof PHILADELPHIA, July 24.-There is a ROBBINS & GRAHAM,
little '..VTof rates between the Rending
been thought Jhat Representative Hillary have been made with the this city publish a number of dispatches -

Herbert would be renominated for con- Spanish government: for the operationof from points in the southern and Pennsylvania roads upon seashore A TTO RN EYS-A T-LAW,

gress without opposition, but appear- the mines in the Ligera iron regionof states on the subject of the suggestionput traffic from points in the interior of P. O. Box 250, TTTU.-VILLE, Bret and Co.. 11onct-

ances are deceptive, and it is now said of forth by The Atlanta Constitution, the; state. The Pennsylvania announced Will practice in all the ouubesof ftti 8ereatt.,
Cuba by s company composed sev- endorsed Gordon of Circuit and in the Supreme Court *
that the Alliance is after his scalp.It and by Governor j'Kial Iwfti
recently an excursion rate of ;$3: from ties for Examining and Perfecting iUixl
is remembered that Herbert de- eral of the foremost Philadelphia capi- Georgia, that in case the Federal electionbill Correispoudence solicited from C'
clared against the subtreasury bill some talists. A committee representing the becomes a law, a boycott should be 'Williau>port to Atlantic City over time to Spanish Grants. Money to Lan. and Heirs n

time ago, and it has developed that the syndicate visited the region with geological resorted to against northern commercial i Schuylkill Valley roaJ, good for five

Alliance has been on the still hunt for a experts, and reported favorably on houses and northern products.The days. D. L. GAULDEN,
Herald of this Herald's Atlanta dispatch says :
candid*. The Alliance
the and extent of the ore de The Reading jumped into the swim
city, liar Un busy in getting views of quality "The chamber of commerce of New Or- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
posits. Conclusive tests showed the ore and made the from thsame ,
different prominent men on the subtreas- leans, Birmingham, Lynchburg, Augusta same rate
bill, and Col. A. A. Wiley has printed to be 5S.4uO per cent. of ui_uuk- iron Montgomery, Savannah and other point good for seven uays. The 1'enuylvauia Titusville, Flo J.a.
13.360 per cent. of silica, an-i the trifling southern cities telegraphed favoring a immediately dropped on to
in that of this week, a full
letter expressing paper the warmest percentage of .021 of phosphorous exhibiting convention of the commercial south to their gaiters and put the tmi sympathy
page for the farming interests, and in it to be of the finest bessemer consider the course to be adopted if the to; seven day The lieading wa nut

speaking of it, The Alliance Herald says: quality.The force bill passes. Richmond telegraphed going to see the pot slip away tioai ATTORNB ST-AT-LAW,
organization of the company will that it does not deem anything like a them on a cold, clean bluff like that, P. O. Box 20, 8.\ FOBX-9 FLA.
"The contest is now likely to prove give a strong impetus to the iron industry boycott advisable, as does Charlestonand and they drew to four cards for a Will practice in all tie counties ol the ben#

very interesting and exciting. Col. Wiley in the eastern part of tue state, Mobile. Baltimore and Chattanoogasay straight iy putting their time limit to Circuit and Supreme CurL 3
has a host of friends who would rejoiceat where the bulk of the ore no.- ;.&,,! is
their July ;31. aud their the
organizations are non-political, gave passengers
his exaltation to so prominent and in- imported from Spain and other< > .rts: of JONES & ATKINSON,
i but they are strongly against the force privilege or n stop oil in Philadt'11o'i im.
fluential office in
an as representative Europe. The Sequa Iron cumi-iiiy is bill." Then time Pennsylvania got ui-ar
congress, and none can doubt his emi- organized with a capital u: "3UOO- At torn s-at-Lnv
now The World's special from Richmond feathers up and slugged the Re.. ..u.r. ,
nent ability and capacity to fill the posi- 000, aud the option it has heM en the gives the following as the text of the re- with a decisive blow. They extended Titusville, Florida.
tion with credit himself and honor to
to purchase of tug land. 38.000 acres, has ply of the Richmond chamber of com- their: time limit with a stop off privilege.and -
his constituency. The farmers are par- now been cU-cepted and fin;:! ..rr.mge- merce to inquiry : made the tickets good for either Atlantic I J T. SANPE11S,
tial to Wiley. This alone is sufficient for ments cit s''1. It is estimated tint the
"While deprecating the passage of the City, Cape May, SeA Isle City,
the Blanche and
all political dogs-Tray, amount of ore "actually in s>gtit, or force bill, the Richmond chamber of Holly Beach or Anglesea. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Sweetheart-to be turned loose on his what is termed deveio J ore. Amounts thinks it unwise for the southto Will practice in all tile Courts ot the Sttttth Jo
track and bark at his heels." commerce dicial Circuit of Florida.P.
to 1,200,000 tons. WILKTSBARRE Pa.
July 24.-Notices
indicate in advance of its
The convention meets in this city on The officers of the company are: S. H. passage any were posted at all Delaware and Hudson O. Box :2lt. TITL'STILLE, FLA.
of action. -
the 31st, and bets are freely offered by Chauvenet. president; Thorn H. Gra- course Prominent citizens of Arkansas and and Letogh Valley collene that I I Money to Loan. H

Alliancemen that Wiley will beat Her ham, vice president; George F. Baker, half time would b
Texa.. 1'M,K upon the boycott suggestionwith *> worked. This is L. rr DANIEL,
DR. }
bert. Herbert bas returned from Wash- and treasurer B. D.
secretary ; Capt. disfavor. It is claimed that no good bad news to the men who have been i
ingson, and the fight is on hand. Greene chief t
engineer. working full time for the three
would come of it, and that if enforced past DENTIST
the south would suffer as much as the mouths bix thousand men and boysare ,
Kerr and His Canvass. affected. S COCOA FLORIDA.M .
north. The belief seems to be that the i i

win Manufacture Jute Wagging and Cot- PHILADELPHIA, July 24.-Hon. Joseph conservative and patriotic element of D- DODSON
Kerr, of Clearfield county, who was will be 2g
congress able to defeat the bill. It
ton Fabrics Generally. elected week chairman of the Democratic The Herald's Washington correspondent Charter for New Iron Works.

CANTON, Mis., July 20.-The stockholders state committee, was at the says such of the southern men thereas SPARTANBURO, S. C., July 25.-The (DENTIST,

of the Mississippi Alliance bag- Girard house. He called upon ex-Gov- he stroke with, deprecated the boycott Morgan iron works, of this city, has just TiTUsv.LL4 FLORIDA
ging factory met here and organized by ernor Pattison anti master Har- received its charter.
ex-Pop idea. Senators Vance and Gorman, how- The stock of the Aching teeth1!filled and saved without destroying
electing a board of directors. It was decided rity and had an intervit./ with both. ever, freely expressed themselves as opposed company is to be 25,000: and it will the nerv 8. Teeth with abctegeft treated 'ncct**.

at this meeting( to manufacturejute Arrangements are uemg made to secure to the boycott agitation, which manufacture brick, doors, sash, blinds, fully. Roots crowned lulwUntialry Plates el
bagging J and cotton fabrics gener- headquarters for the state committee they considered "senseless." slating, and will do all kinds of foundry pure Para gum. Broken Plates mended. Badly
as fitting plates corrected. .
ally. The proposition to purchase the without delay, and the work of the work. It is said that everything will ba ly. Offce ou XVaahiugton Teeth avenue.extracted paiclet$

factory property from the Alliance was campaign is to be at once entered upon. ALABAMA FARMERS in running order in two months.Dr. I

rejected. The machinery outfit was or- The Democratic managers give it out yjjjTALTEfJ S. GRAHAM, 31. D.Office .

dered and it is expected that the factorywill that the tight will be aggressive, and Adopt resolutions Protecting Against the J. II. McLean's Chills and Fever I
be in full in three months. that it will be made with the idea that
operation ravage of the Force 11111.BIRMINUIIVM CUle is gentle in action, and warranted a Co&nnltaticn. 100.
We are down on the force bill, and hope by hard work success can be had. certain 50 cents bottle. Visits in Titusville. 200.
that the conservative element of the Ala., July 21.-After cure. a Call'llf'twet'j I Op. ni. sad6a.mu.will beehargtd

whole country will unite and devise Kansas City Grew Beautifully Less.WASHINUTOX being in session two days, the State Agricultural doubl j
i De Witt's Colic and Cholera CureIs Obstetrical case, and run outside the o.rp..ration
: Hi-
:'-ociety adjourned. Major
ways and means to kill out that infamous July 24. Superintendent are positively detlmed.
measure. Porter has prusentel: to secretary ram Hawkins was; elected president. Before always safe and always sure.
adjourning, the following resolutions "We recommend it-Dixon &; Gray. LEWIS
Noble the request of the citizens of J.F. ,
HIGH RENTS IN MACON. Kansas City that time must count of the were unanimously adopted :
-of that be "Resolved, That this society is unalterably Sudden change of temperature and humidity -
population city regarded as
Tenant Declare They will Have to Leave the omcial count ant he recommends : op]'O-WH! to the passage, by congress of the atmosphere often produce Civil Engineer! and Snrreyflr.Titnsiillc .

the City to Get Living Kates.1ICON that this request be granted. As a result of what is known as the force bill, disorders of the kidneys and bladder. Use Fin.EC. .

Ga., July 26.-Tenants in this o;: the recount of a number of districts because it would be a source of unending Dr. J. U.rcLean' Liver and Kidney I

city say the rents are unreasonably high, in that city the returns: showed a trouble to the people of the north Balm to check these troubles in their incip- BUKCIIFIELD,

and on even hand complaints are heard. population of l,
It is claimed that landlords realize the i by tae first count. A recount of the; cordial social relations and intimate De Witt's Little Early Risers. SURVEYOR.Orders .
some of the districts in Milwaukee has business connections now no happily exiting
fact that the scarcity of houses places pill to Sick Head-ache and by jnail will receive as prompt
been d. The total between the people, of the two regulate .
them at their and COWpl l populationis sections attention calls *
they in
mercy, charge the bowels. Dixon fc as
Solt.lly [ ; Gray. person.
any price they plea&e Several merchants shown: to 200,303, an iu.cre.tad since to the untold iiiury of both Address
: Georgiana Fla.
declare they will have to leave the city. the ceiisoti of IbHO) of *U.7H. "'1h 'owed, That we call on the people ,
and met chants, and business Appetite and sleep may be improved,
not stand the
They bay they can rents. RUE P. ELY,
In one case the landlord wants an increase Swindled in a Hurry. the north which deal so largely with every part of the system strengthened and LA

of 75 cent., and that too TRENTON, July 24.-A )'()un; man the: south and whose interests are iden- the animal spirits regain their bouyancy I
per on Public
the State
a business that is of such small volume named Deuuis Spleen, Will s,iy.he resides titied: with ours, to bring their influence by the use of Dr. J. II. McClean'sStrengthening Notary for at Large.

that the merchant will be forced to move at :)Ii. niaiy s, Eli comity, Pennsylvania to: bear on the cause of national legislation Cordial and mood Purifier.De Justice of: the Peace, 17th Dist.

out. The house is about 15 feet wide by ,\v.u:: arrested oy detocuveo hereon : and join us in stopping the passageof COXTItACTOK & BUILDEK

40 long,and is not in a desirable location, a charge 'of passing bogus checks.:: a bill that aims as direct- at their Witt's Little Early Risers. Best of over 30 years' experience. Natural

and the increased rent will make it cost The fellow entered the stores of J. I. prosperity[ as at ours. little pill for Dyspepsia! Sour Stomach, finish a aItJ.J4t'lbonrut'.

the tenant $900 a year.A Uauuig.trtner and butaiier cc Lmuuaux "Uesohed::: That we are in sympathy Had Breath. Soft! by Dixon &; Giay. Florida. s

without any hat or coal on, an I nre eating with all mea-uH's, legitimate: and proper,

MARRIED MAN HAS HER. check i0Tied by tile pmnnetur of that will prevent the passageof the force The danger of a malarial atmospheremay GEORGE ,, MORTON,

a ieigliuuring store, is.ceil teat; it be bill, whether taken at the south or north, be averted if you will occasionallytake

The Father Called on the Police to Help anae'* .is:: a lu..tier of accommodation iKilievin; that in this matter the commercial a dose of Dr. J. II. McLean's Chills Civil Engineer & Notary Public

Him to Recover Her. 1'11113 wax qu.ody done, and tue fellow industries of the two sections are and Fever Cure. ,
escaped oeiore the trickery was discov identical." MORTO IIURST, HEATH, FLA.
AUGUSTA, Ga., July 20.-An old gentleman Surveying! and Leveling Architectural
ered. baUll.artuer lust $40 ana &cud-
named J. It. liaaker, has been in der & Duutuu Vo0.Candidates. PROTECTING NEGROES. No Griping, no Nausea, no Pain when Drawing, To mship:tnd Section \tIIH.

this city teaching music among the factory De Witt's Little Early Risers are taken. Deeds, Mortgages, etc. Blanks constantly -

people. His pretty daughter, Miss Will lo There. Desperadoes Run Oil l>y the Trite Friends mall pill, Safe pill, Best pill. We sell on hand.

Emma, was with him, but went to live of the Colored IVnple.<< them-Dixon &; Gra).
with her uncle's in 'V Abiu.NuroN; Pa., July 24. Hon.
family Harrislmrg. John ..JicDowell of Buffalo CHARLESTON, W. Va., July 24.-Information -
township, N4UlLA QT'S
But the old If the stomach
now man is in trouble. He has been received here of performs its functions
of the State a bloody
reported at police headquarters that and president Agricultural actively and regularly the food of which it
a society, and corresponding bC\.l'etaryof fight: and riot in Poeahoutas, Va. A body HEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCTIOLIU
married named Charles is the is
moan Ziegler had receptacle, transformed into blood
of about eradoes headed
the Western Peiiusyuauia Agricultural twenty desk j' by
run off with his daughter, and he wanted notorious Jim of a nourishing quality, which furnishes TILE 1 AGKACY.and .
associat on, has received a letter from the Skinner: rode into i
help to recover IMT. A notary public in ex-Governor Pattison stating that he town and began drinking whisky. In a vigor and warmth to the whole body, the For term sample copies address

Hamburg, S. C., says he married a cou- I will visit the fair in September. :Mr. little while they became riotous flourishing remedy to give tone to the stomach i* Dr. CII.\ II. NAUMAN,

ple the day the old man's daughter disappeared McDowell has also received_ a letter their revolvers and firing (negroes J. II. McLean's Strengthcnirg Cordial Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla.PIONEER .
who gave their names as Emma and Blood Purifier.De .
from the itepublican candidate, Senator as they passed. After two colored men
Baaker and Charles Aulston. The old Delamater, baying that he will probably had been seriously wounded the citizens: COOPERAGEEstablished
man is greatly distressed. It is thoughtthat be here. and town authorities arrived to suppressthe Witt's Little Early Risers. Best

Aulston is an assumed name for hand, and a general fight ensued Liver Pill ever made. Cure Constipationevery 1.V6S. Tanks and Everything; in theCropennR
Zeigier, and that the couple are somewhere Governor Beaver at the Camp. line. Thirty :years experience.
Two of the mob were shot and captured, time. None equal. Use them now.
in South Carolina.The MT. GRETNA, Pa., July 24.-Governor while Charles Smith an unknown negro Wheelwri htill[, Blacksmit1lin land Re-

Old Woman's Beaver arrived at Camp Hartranft yesterday resident of Pocahontas, received serious A beautiful woman must be healthy,
Scoop. afternoon and was received witha wounds-beingshot in the head and both and to remain healthy and beautiful she pairing a Specialty

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.,July 26.-Aboua salute of forty-four guns by Capt. arms. The desperadoes fled back into should take Dr. J. McLean's Strengthening Tom Johnson LaGrange: Fl '.
month ago a singular marriage took Denithorne. The guardmen of the state West Virginia where they have headquarters Cordial and Blood Purifier. It imparts ,

place, which has been kept a s'Cret.1r.. have been highly complimented by the in the mountains.The tone and flush to the skin -
C. A. Gallagher, aged 2S years, became officers of the United States army now and strength,
the husband of Mrs. M. J. Morgan, who here for their proficiency in drill. The Force Hill the Theme of the Day. for vigor all pure blood ; is equally adajrted P pJp.
from babe the of
kept a boarding house in which he made entire division will be reviewed this ages aged .
ATLANTA, Ga., July 24.-The of either .
people 8ex.There
his home. The bride has chHul en nearlyas afternoon at 4:30: o'clock by Governor
the whole I'otate--from almost
old as her new huslund, and desire Beaver :-uul staff. Overcoats are in demand every I*recommended, by physicians because they see its
the matter Iw kept secret, but the intimacy during the cool nights. and county-seem to favor the proposed is one medicine that'will cure im healthy effects all around them.

of the old lady and her husband boycott on northern business men, as mediately. We rerer to De Witt's Colic A leading physician in New York and director ol

created unpleasantness, and a married Camp Meeting Galore. suggested in The Constitution of last and Cholera Cure for all summer com- one 01 the large hospitals, lara, Feb Uh, 18W, be
Sunday. That paper is devoted almost bas made use Clf the P. P. P. sent him. and was
daughter of the nowIrs.. Gallagherwent PHILADELPHIA, July 24.-Three noted exclusively, to-day, to letters and plaints. No delay, no disappointment, no pleased to i-ay P P. P. proved efficacious a num.
to the court house and ascertainedthe camp meetings were opened )'t.sterdaywitbm from the denouncin clippings failure. We sell it-Dixon & Grav.A her of cases, and adds it is no more than he sh Qld
facts in the case. She and her brothers the weekly press have anticipated from the Mtisiictory combination)
bounds of
the Philadelphia
the force bill, and a meeting of the business of such lII'ell.kho'udrugli.
and sisters are quite indignant, but Methodist coniereuce. For the next disordered condition of the stomach
of this will A
men city prominent
convene at thefiiamber railway snperintecdent of SaTicc h
the old lady is serene. ten days Chester Heights, Landisvilleand of commerce to consider the or malaria in the system will produce sick (name given on application) says lie was crippledby

They. Said the ?: 'gro Got Lout. Simpson Grove will resound with force bill and the best way of meeting headache, you can remove this trouble by a disease in legs and arms powerless to walk or
pulpit eloquence and songs of praise. taking Dr. J. McLean's Little Liver eat without assistance baring lost the use of Us
it. There will be
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 20.-Word or and Pellets. limbs by rheumatism, malaria, dyspepsia, eta
about it-simply commercial Kidney 25 cents per vial. Physicians here Hent him to New York and they
has just been received of the lynching of
Watered His business
will be discussed. returned him here and be was as complete a wreckas
an unknown negro near Arkadelphia, in July 24.-Timothy Galli- Mysterious: Disappearance.Mrs. one could te and live. A course ol P. P. P. baa
Blount county, Wednesday, for an assault made him a M ell mail.
van, aged 47 years, committed suicide Found His Wife Dead. John A. Clarke
on a girl only 15: years old. The was a great sufferer: P. P. P. is known among physicians in the Seatb
by jumping into the canal from the
MACON, Ga., July 24.-Information from Indigestion and Sick Head-ache. for
negro was a tramp, and met the girl of She its various and wonderful cures as the gnat
Louisiana street bridge. He had beenon the suicide of Mrs. John left her blood purifier of the
alone in the road, where he made a brutal week's Cox, at Erick home last Saturday to uy a bottleof age.
assault on her. A crowd of white a spree.wiliLuiiburg Massey lost office, this county, has De Witt's Little Early Risers, took a '
just been received in this city. The awful dose and her head-ache
farmers caught the negro, carried to the County Convention. disappeared as Blood Poison.
girl, who identified him, and then they deed was committed in the kitchen. She mysteriously as it cam e. Try them. Dixon -
went off into the woods. When CHARLESTON, S. C., July 26.-An offi and her husband arose very early. Mr. & Gray. "
cial'call has just been issued for a county Cox made a fire and went out to attendto
returned some one where the
ne- convention of the fetraightout Democratsof When he Primary, Secondary and old
something. returned he Tertiary FypbiHs
gro was" and the rely was that "he got Williamsburg county to be held at found his wife swinging by a plow,line Frequently accidents occur in the house- sores, pimples, blotches, scrofula, blood aDd mer- i
lost, and they hold which cause burns, cuts, sprains and curial poison and skin diseases are eradicated by
Kingstree, next Monday to take
counselof from rafter in the
a kitchen dead. No
bruises; for use in such Dr. J. the are of P. P P Hosts of certificates are in
HualneM Portion of the Town JIurned.LAUBINBURO each other as to what measures shouldbe cause is assigned for the selfdestruction.She McLean's Volcanic cases II. office to show the cures in these diseases where ail

N. C., July 23.-Four used as best calculated to save the was the mother of several children. Oil Liniment has for other medicines have failed.Rheumatism.
honor of the state and the many years been the constant favorite
large storehouses, with their contents, integrity of .
family remedy.We
were burned down, and it is feared that the Democratic party. Forty prominent Another Earthquake Shock.

because of the scarcity qf water the en- farmers of the county have signed the CHARLESTON, S. C., July 25.-Our city

tire business part of town will be de- call,and quite a gathering is expected.A was visited by another slight earthquakeshock rcommend De Witt's Colic and _I _,_
stroyed before the flames can be got un- which was of short duration, and Cholera Cure because we believe it a safe
der control. Losses are heavy, and in- Bad Wound In the Foot. no damage was done. Several negroes and reliable remedy. Its good effects are Inflamatorj, gout, sciatica and} its kindred dis.
WATKIXSVTLLE Ga. were badly frightened.By shown at once in of eases with its excruciating pains are cured by the
surance unknown. July 26.-Mr. W. cases Cholera Morbus wonderful blood cleansing properties of;P. P. P.
A. Robinson accidentally shot himself in and similar complaints. Dixon & Gray. (Prickly Ash,Poke Root andPotaasium.
A mass meeting ot s\"uama Republicans the foot.' He had been hunting with Accident, he Fonnd it Loaded.

was held at Birmingham, Ala., to several other young men, and returning SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga., July 25.-While Unsuspected disorders of the

protest against the passage, by congress, to his home, was standing in the yard cleaning a pistol, Mr. David Bailey gave responsible for of the kidneys are Catarrh
of the Lodge federal election bill. Ex- with the muzzle of the gun on his foot it to a colored boy to look at. The boy of humanity many which ordinary ailments

Governor Smith. Postmaster Houston and the stock under his arm. From accidentally discharged it, the ball hitting = into serious neglected fatal develop

and W. II. Hunter, commander of the some unknown cause the gun fired. It ]'Ir..Ba 's. pencil holder, which malady. a and, perhaps, Originates scrofnlous:talnt P.P.P. pnrlfiti s .
caused the bah Experience would suggest the blood and this presents catarrh. Lt&. k;, i
Grand Army of the Republic for Alabama is feared by the attending physiciansthat to glance and make a use of Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver LlPP11A."i BOOS.,
p rtidhateel his foot will have to be taken off. slight flesh wound over his heart. Balm. and Kidney Sol pro;!ietors of P. P. P. '
Uppiaan's Block.8--nnab, Ga.y. .


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JULY 31, 1890.

Three People Killed and Six '"ounded-A. Von Following PrrrsBCRG,July 24.The large woolen 1
on Constitutional Sends the
MjBterlou Affair. Amend- : Expressions of his manufacturing establishment of Bradley -

SAVANNAH, Ga. July 25.-At ii wits In September. Views OB the Force lUll.ATL. Barton & Co. River A. B. 4.
about TRFVTO :. on avenue, CAMPBELL ;
1:20 o'clock in the morning, when every attorney gen- \ 23.-The Philadel- Allegheny, was almost totally destroyedby
:body was asleep, the inmates of W. J. eral has deei.ied: that the special elec- phia Press requested Governor Gordonto fire last evening. The tire is o* unknown Jacksonville, Florida. '

Dullard's boarding house, a 3-story brick, tion on th, constitutional amendments, give his views concerning the force origin, either spontaneous com- ,

,at 203 Congress;. street, were hurled from the prim-ip-ii: one being to do with bill and he sent the following : bustion or incendiary, and made its first Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos
,tkeir beds and three away "To THE on the third floor of the Haines .
were killed and six the clause PRISS, Philadelphia, Pa.: A appearance Bros.'
-wounded. The explosion shattered the in the constitution prohibit compliance with your request for my juilding. Foreman Renziehasen Hose- Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & 1

walls, which collapsed in an instant, and ing special legislation; for any municipalities reasons for believing that the force bill men Hortz, Fletcher and Bietz were White Organs and Chicago Cottage Or- :

:fell in a mass of ruins. in tIle state, must be held in 'nE-Ces.;arily'm.ans injustice to any sec- buried under a falling brick wall. They gans. I will sell and Deliver at your l'

Those killed were Mrs W. J. Bullard, September. There have been some tion of the country,* requires more time were quickly dug out and sent to the nearest station High Grade i

Gus Kobie, and Lockly. doubts than I now can command. I give, however general hospital. Their injuries are ,
The wounded are, John Roberts. L. J. about the matter, and Governor in brief, a few of these reasons. serious. The woolen mill company Pianos I

Tate, Milton Haywood colored, Ed A. Abbett has retired numerous inquiries.The *'1. The proposed law, while ostensibly ceased manufacturing last fall and hadremO.ed

Rimes Mrs. Edwards Everitt, and Sam ballot reform law makes no provisions national, is really sectional i that the the greater part of their stock ,
King colored. for the election. One of the difficulties sole excuse for such legislation is the and machinery from the building. Loss, -OROrgans- .
The of the correction of election frauds claimed to $75,000; fully insured.
cause explosion is a mystery is that by virtue of the new law
; however, there are many rumors of the term of the old election officers expires be perpetrated at the south. Neither the i
an ugly nature but author nor of the bill will Crushed by a Flagging Stone. .1
no one will take the on Jug23, and the new board any supporter ,
il of does pretend that such law would have PHILLIPSBURO, N. J., July 24.-While
ro>iK>n >ility making a direct charge. not organize until after the time any .
The coroner is investigating this terrible for holding the constitutional election. ever been proposed had there been no Thomas Deenier, William Taylor and For less money than any other house -

affair. A dozen or more witnesses have The attorney generto whom the south, or had the south been solidly Republican John Gordon were unloading a car of m the United States. I will ship a Piano I

been examined. Circumstantial evidence matter was referred decided that the instead of solidly Democratic. flagging here, eight pieces, weighing or Organ to any honest man or woman

,indicate that the explosion occurred in election um-i be held under the law as No candid supj-orter of the measure will about 500 pounds, which had been on trial, and if not satisfactory, I oj

the hall on the first floor, and that theexplosive it existed before the ballot reform law assert that he expects northern states to slightly inclined, toppled over after the will pay freight: both ways. 25.cash:

was placed there by some one was passed. Among the reasons be overrun by federal supervisors as will first stone had been removed. Taylorand and $10 a month on a Piano, and $10

who entered and left by the front door. ascribed fur this conclusion is that the be the southern states. The law is, Gordon leaped from the car and cash and 5-3; a month on an organ: until '!.

George Maxwell, a negro cook, is in jail, act providing for the special election therefore sectional in its inspiration, escaped injury. The entire weight fell paid for-not much more than ordinary ,
under supicion.' provides its own machinery for holding sectional in its objects, and will be sec- on Deeuitr and crushed his body so rent. On these liberal ..
the electiou wluch, though inconsistent tional in its administration. badly that it is feared he cannot recover. very terms any- 3
one can
THE STRATEGY OF TILLMAN. with tit; pr-n-:.on-j of the ballot reform "2. It is unjust to the south, because Free own an Send for
law is peremptory and in force because based on the false assumption of suppres- "Okey" Malone's Tragic Death. containing full informa

He Scoop! (;..... F.arle in his Own Stronjliold approved at a later date. sion of the negro vote in the face of the SPRINGFIELD, Mass., July 24.-John tion. Sheet music, Strings: ,Violins Banjos

-Tillman i* crene. fact that in IbSO: there were over 400,000 Malone, familiarly known as "Okey" Guitars, Accordeons, and in fact, '

COLUMBIA, S. C., July 25.-The fightin NORTH DAKOTA CYCLONE.Five more voters in Republican states north, alone, aged 28, was killed by a freight every Musical Instrument that is made, l'
Sumter county, the home of Gen. who did not cast a ballot, than there train on the Boston and Albany rail- and at very low prices. Send for com-

Earle, was a three cornered one, and Lives Lost and Much Damage were in all the Democratic stare, including road bridge here while on his way to plete catalo uC8. I have 20,000 pieces
the south. play ball with a West Springfield baseball of Choice Music 10
peculiar. It seems that John L. Dargan, Done. at cents per copy. '
a strong man in that section FARGO N. "In 1555 the number of voters intimidated picked nine. He was a professional
D. .
was opposed July 24.-Details from A. E. .i
who did ballot in baseball player a member of the old CAMPBELL
to Tillman. and also a bitter or not cast a :
: enemyof : the cyclone( of yesterday afternoon are the nine and of the
Gen. Earle. Dargan's perMnalllreju- I northern Republican states exceeded Springrield present Jau'ksOinill.-, Flu. s j
dices, it is aid, were stronger than his still inea:;re. The only thing thus far the same class in all Democratic states Homestead club.Accident. jJ J

oprtoMtion to Tillman, and that he worked learned is that the storm struck Bowen, by more than 1000000.
in the interest of the latter, and the Clifford and Galesburg, about twelve "In 1884, Maine. New HampshireVermont to a Train Boy. HERE I AM AGAIN! ;'
anti Massachusetts cast but little NORWALK. Conn., July .-Benjamin
in the
lght hot and
was very miles nortwest of Hunter in the southern i
CO cent. of their total Ar- 16 Port !
bitter. Mutters were evenly dividedas over per vote. Lyon, aged years, residing at
very of Traill and in the northern kansas Louisiana and Texas the Chester N. Y. and
the old clubs btood, but there were a part cast at employed as a tram ,
uumU'r of new Tillman clubs that demanded part of Cass county. It was a regulation same election over 71 per cent. of their boy on the consolidated road,was thrown J. W. ROGERS
representation on the committee cyclone, tearing and twisting across total vote. So that the assumption of under the wheels while attempting to ,

on credentials. This referred and the country. leveling buildings:: and destroying suppression is unjust. board a train in this city, and had his:: Before
was ,
"3. The crowning injustice consists in leg cut off and collar bone .bruk n. It an intelligent, appreciative and
then there hot discussion for crops.
hours.was Several a several Five persons were killed outright anda the fact that at the south we have the is hired that his injuries will prove discriminating public, presents himself

loomed and contesting it delegations man and his wife probably fa*ally in- extremely delicate and difficult task of fatid. and makes his bow, announcing that he
up, finally was pro- jured near Clifford. dealing with two races-the former is a candidate for their favors, gootlwishes
IKKsed that the factions divide en- Quay on Federal Elections.
reproi> Wires on the branch lines are slaves, ignorant, suspicious, easily excited and-<':1811.A .
I pros-
tation. This both sides
was agreed to by PiTTSBURQ, July 24.-1n an interviewlast
trated and particulars will be late, as and inflamed by Lad white men.
and five Tillman blood is
and five Earle men night with a Times reporter Senator thicker than
must drive number of miles and the former masters, taught by sad water sow
reporters a
were entered to the state convention. Quay! said he-did not thin.c the federal cash bettr than credit. lie
to the telegraph station. experience how dangerous to the well- pro to
Tillman is as serene as ever. I election bill would tHe senate out of the Sell
pass get old ruts
A hailstorm also did considerable being of both races is negro supremacy, and hit
I without in the rules. He said
damage to crops about twelve miles or the presence of Federal election officials a change Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard
I would talk
PROTESTS COMING IN. the Democrats and filibusterso Cash.
southern whites
south of Fargo. pliticallyhostile to
as to delay action on the bill as longas
and filled with prejudice against them.
The Situation IUcutted in Washington! by The Cyclene in Minnesota. "Such a condition of affairs existingno possi bls. lie handles a first-class line of-

Leading Men from Kterjuhere.WASHINGTON I.R:5I1ALLIinn.., July 24.-In a cyclone where else in this Union ought, we ---- -

July 25.-Protests con- near Ghent, seven miles west of think to command the sympathy of our The Latest from Gilbert.W. Clothing7Dotll

tinue to pour in, and the Republican op- here, there were two persons killed and countrymen at the north, and that our S. Gilbert is remarkably quick at
jioncnts of the force bill are using them several injured.A success in carrying this race problem .
and stories nead
repartee, numerous are related -made and to Order.
for all they are worth on the rabid ele- safely and peacefully toward a wise solution
ment. Senators Hoar and Spooner, realizing Sheriff as Lady's Maid. with both races growing stronger, illustrating his aptness at retort. His .

the growing sentiment againstthe MAY'S: LANDING, N. J., July 24.-The richer and happier, should command the One evening as Gilbert was leaving a 9

bill, have teen working vigorously passengers who were waiting for the 8 support and not the hostility, of good party, and was standing in the vestibule Gents' Furnishing Department I IIs
on the substitute measure.It o'clock train at the court house platformat men of all parties."We waiting for his carriage, a snobbish

strikes out that portion of the house!: this place were treated to the novel are educating the negro for a young nobleman emerged from the house I Complete. Xobby

bill providing for troops at the poll It scene of seeing Sheriff Smith E. Johnson better citizen. If let alone, we will demonstrate and, mistaking him for a footman said first-class hands, and Shoes Hats from
drops the jury commission clause, and of Eva Hamilton fame, play the to the north, and to mankind, sharply: fastidious. to suit the

the clause providing for a hou-e-to-house lady's maid to an old crazy negro woman that the wisest, best thing for both races, "Call me a four wheeler." most Trunks, Valises and ,"
canvass by supervisors to atlirm registration. The sheriff was taking her from and for both sections, is to leave the Hand Satchels, too low to quote.
But it retains the returning board the county; jail to the state lunatic asylum south's destiny to those whose every in- Gilbert calmly adjusted a single eyeglass For fine Cigars and Tobaccos he can- 1.

clause, which is the moat unjust portionof at Trenton. When they reachedthe terest is involved in that destiny. The in his eye,and surveying his lord not be excelled in the county.I -

the bill. It provides for deputy United depot she persisted in trying to undress argument, therefore, which you draw ship replied blandly: earnestly ask an inspection of my
States marshals at the poll in place of herself, crying that she was going from the peaceful operation of a similar "You're a four wheeler." Good before buying elsewhere.

troops. It is thought if the views of into a fit and that the doctors orderedher law in New York is not fair because no The young nobleman spluttered and "'

Blaine and the conservative:: element prevail to undress when she felt similar conditions exist in that state.J. wanted to know what he meant. Gil- _J. 1\ Rogers.OEO. .

the bill will be snowed under. But one coming on. She several times B. GORDON" bert said: E. CHASE.
there is what will be done succeeded in partly disrobing her- A. O. CIIAPPELL.
no telling yet. "You told me to call you a four wheeler. -
Representative men are opposed to it in self much to the discomfiture of thehandsome CAN THIS BE TRUE? I couldn't call you hansom, you GEO. E. CHASE & CO..
any shape, and it is the talk of the day. sheriff who was compelled to know." -,
redress her. The nippers were at last A Railroad Rumor if Carried Out,
A LARGE MAD FOX. put on her. The united efforts of several will be of Great Concern. On another occasion, when seated in a SHIP CHANDLERY,
to her aboard club dining room,Gilbert was approachedby
men were required get
ATLANTA. Ga., July 23.It is reportedthat *
'Trotting: In the Road Knrnunteni a Negro the train. the Louisville and Nashville Rail- a person, who said: HARDWARE
and lilt HU Feet and Legs.MUtSIIALLVILLE "Have seen here this morning a
road will double track the you
McCarthy Defeats Baker. company
Ga., July 25.-A red BUFFALO July 24.-The Arlingtonclub Western and Atlantic railroad from man with one eye called Jones?" Patent Logs, Wire Rope Ring

fox was trotting along the public road, amphitheater was crowded last Chattanooga to Atlanta. The rumor was Gilbert answered in his drawling way: FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS.
and attacked a negro man. In the scuflle to the twenty-fourol1nce glove traced to a reliable source and it is nowgiven "What was the name of his other eye?" )I
night see Agent for Devoe
the negro was bit several times on his contest between Billy Baker and Thomas to the public for what it is worth. At one time there were two American Life & Co.'s Paints, Tale :<

feet and legs, and disapi*aml. In a few McCarthy for a $1,500 purse. McCarthy Mr. E. B. Stahhnan, vice president of the attractions at London theatres. These Preservers, Tent & Awning Co.. ;
minutes the fox appeared again, but this Louisville and Nashville is for Patent Anchors.
won in six rounds after a savage fight in authority were Nat Goodwin and a play by the M 4
time in the yard of Mr. :S.: H. HUUll>h. I i which the Buffalo man was clearly out- this rumor and he is quoted as sayingthe late Bartley Campbell. The public ig- BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS. '
Mr. Timberlake, a visitor, first noticed work is to be commenced at once. i
classed. The betting was $25 to $15 on Correspondence Solicited.
the fox in the shrubbery, and from its I McCarthy. The latter weighed 163 The present line is far from l being th nored Goodwin, but seemed to enjoy the 2CG. Telephone '

gentleness thought it a pet, and tried to and was seconded by H. J. Grif- shortest route between the two cities. It play Campbell, and this moved Gil- (
catch it, but failed. In a few minutes pounds fin of Philadelphia and Paddy Gorham was built when the rules of civil engi- bert to remark that: he thought it was ,)'-08. 88 90, E. Bay St.,

there was a rumpus in the l backyard, of Australia. Baker weighed loo poundsand neering were different from what theyare "Straining at a Nat swallowing a JACKSONVILLE FLA. I I

and it was found that the fox had killed had Tom Manning of Cahiomia and now-distance was a secondary con- Campbell."-Chicago Tribune. CO-lyr. i

several ducks, when Mr. Humph shot Jim Wilson of BuH'alo behind him. sideration. Now distance and time are ,

and killed it. Dave Campbell, of the Dempsey combination the first consideration, and an air line, Knew More Than Ills Prayers. FOE -'
Abundant Crop Prospects. was referee. Baker was badly if rumors be true, is what the Louisvilleand They begin the classes in some of the ,
His face was swollen beyond Nash me are after. 1
punished. public schools nowadays in the rudi- THE ELEGANT
RICIILAND, Ga., July 25.-If no calamity recognition and five of his teeth
befalls this section we will enjoy aboson I The South Carolina Alliance.GREENVILLE. ments of civil government at a very

of unusual activity and prosperity I were misaing.: S. C., July 23.-The State early age; and it seems that the young RESIDENCE AND GROVE ,

the coining fall. The farmers expect to I convened people get on the whole a pretty correct
Alliance this
in city to-day at OF L. E. BARNES '
have the most abundant cro] a ever seen The Savannah Explosion. 10 o'clock. The state is well represented idea of the way we are governed. A ;

in this country-including our two main SAVANNAH, Ga., July 26.-The coro- by the very best class of farmers. Much teacher, who, by the way, is rather fondof ROCK LEDGE, FLA.,

staples of corn and cotton. The rain is ner's jury has concluded its investigationof work is expected of the dolomites at this English things,was orally instructinga Containing Seven and One-Third

coming; opportunely. Corn is nearly the blowing up of the Bullard boarding meeting bur as all tile delegates have class the other day in the foundationsof Acres of Land fronting on Indian lliver. '
made, and cotton is developing as fast as house. The verdict was that the disaster not arrived the convention will not
yet political science. She had given her Large, Roomy RESIDENCE, elegantly -
nature can push it.No was the result of an explosion by get fully down to business until] to-mor- lecture Finished. Also Three-Room
young pupils a very interesting a
unknown. The
some agency negro held It is that will
Foundation for the Rumor. on suspicion has been turned loose. It be row.made to expected reconcile the an political effort factions about the British system of government; COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of' i

NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 25.-Major E. is thought that nitro-glycerine or dyna- which are threatening the peace of-.I and then she asked the boy at the head the most desirable places in Rock Ledge :'

B. Stahlman, third vice president of the mite was the agent used. the state. r of the class: I hammock. C.J.I

Louisville and Nashville railroad, says The state normal institute also opened "And now, Johnnie what are the men For price, terms, etc., apply to "'

there is no foundation in the rumor that Deprecate the Proposed Boycott. i here, and will continue in session about called who govern or rule over us in this Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla.
the Wcbtera and Atlantic railroad was I '
Va. 24.-Major W.T. two weeks. country?
to be double tracked from Atlanta to Sutherlin, acting chairman of the state Mistaken for a Hear. "KingsP% said Johnnie, promptly. A. L. Hatch & Son, !

Chattanooga. Democratic committee, deprecates the "Oh no. Tell me, the next one, by i
ALBANY, Ga., July 23.-The mystery DEALERS IN ;
Politics in Virginia.RICHMOND action of The Atlanta Constitution inseeking connected with the killing of Jordan whom are we governed?"

Va., July 25.The city to inaugurate a boycott move- Walker, mention of whore mysteriousdeath "Queens!" DRY GOODS NOTIONS
of the commercial j
Democratic committee, by a vote of ment on the northern part business in was made in these dispatches a few "No! Next boy." ,

nineteen to five, decided to elect delegates south against men days since, has been solved. An old negro "Jacks!" said the next boy. .
bill becomes
to the congressional convention of case the federal election a gave himself up, and says that he And he was not promoted to the head Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, j
ard to the Rich-
August lath by precinct meetings and law, and stand the was hunting.; He was crawling along, of the class.-Boston Transcript. Stationery, Family Medi- 1
taking a against
not by a imary. This is reg-.ir.ie I as a mond papers looking for a bear, and fired, when Mr. cines, Garden SetJs, I"
victory for Hon. George D. \V1 e, who methods suggested.Henry Walker cried out, "Oh, Lord, Matthew, Punishing Ills Own Folly.It .

was unseated by the present congress.A Harbuck Commits Suicide. you have killed me." The old negro is was at the time of the reaction that CHOICE GROCERIES, j
named Matthew Squires, and claims that
ATLANTA, Ga., July 24.-Henry :M. set in after the grand rush to Cedar '1
Printing Office and Three Stores Burned. he did not discover his terrible mistaketill Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
Harbuck suicided at his home in this after he had fired. His Creek, in Montana, a good many years
J GAFFNEY CITY, S. c., July 25.-This city, by shooting himself in the breast pitiful in the extreme. He appearanceis was put in ago. A gentleman was traveling along CITY .POIXT FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE J.

place has !xen"isited by that devouring and head. About one year ago his wife jail, and the matter will be investigated. the road in a light wagon when he over ,
element, fire, and a printing office and him six children. He wasa
died, leaving took a German with a heavy pack on his
three btores were completely destroyed.The great sufferer consumption gnawinghis Suicided with a Plow Line. back, consisting of blankets provisions C S L1Engle&Col i
fire originated in the printing life away-and it is surmised that, ina
about 10 clock, and the fire department fit of despondency, he concluded to GREENVILLE, S. C., July 23.-News has eta
worked hard in the night to save the end his suffering. been received here that Luther High- "Put your pack in the wagon; and get FLA.

buildings, but failed on account of imperfect tower, a 16-year-old son of Daniel High- in and ride," said the driver. j
supply of water. Loss estimated Statistics of Manufactures. tower, who lives near Lima, in this The old German shook his head byway Crockery, Glassware;

c at $15,000. Origin of fire not known. WASHINGTON, July 24.-The following county, committed suicide by hanging of refusaL House-Furnishing f
f special census agents will collect statistics himself in an out-house on his father's "Why won't you ride in preference to

of manufactures : Isadore Forst, Bir- place. He took a plow line, climbed up walking and carrying that heavy load Lamps Oil, Vapor Stoves,
A Farmer tor Congress tied the line around his neck
Ala. Michael Burke Mont- on a joist,
l TERRE HAUTE, Ind., July 18.-The mingham Ala., ;Charles Hurley, Mobile. and jumped off. When found his neck asked the gentleman. Gate CitylStone Filters.

t Republicans of the jiigath Indiana dial ol1lerv.Hamilton: White, Selma. AU.T.S. was broken, ,and he had been hangingfor "No, by Jimmy, I von't ride," said the
Ala.; We solicit the patronage o{ i
James A. German "I is to learn tam
trict nominated Senator Cavender Columbia, Clifton and Glendale several hours. It is said that a loveaffair : going one
Mount, of Montgomery county. for Con- S. C.; George Gage, Beaufort. S. C caused him to commit suicide. fool Dutchman never to go on anuther our neighbours of the
l .grew on the nrbt ballot. He is a fanner sthampede. py gracious."Spokane EAST COAST.

mid a }'arm n( Alliance man. I



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THE FLORIDA STAR. I WE publish the following sections from FROM OUR e that happened to something a cat belonging very ,"

i the Laws of Florida explaining to elect- ::Master Trez Wilson is out : Aline Egger. One of the ladies

i PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ors how they can obtain renewal election Editor Florida Star: days visit to his little uncle g the cat in her lap while sew-

f .ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and PuNis cr. certificates or transfer certificates. Those The accompanying report shows a bal- Feaster. in some needle way which it was swallowed threaded a
interested "should read these sections 8th. The ;
ance of but $211.05 on 'July
not feel
Jimmie seem to
We to hear any
l Annum. are sorry
S1.5O per carefully so they not be preventedfrom the fourth are the needle
may liabilities for quarter suffering with neuralgia; hope I until the third day when .
voting this fall. about 830.00. This will be met by I a little uneasy ; )I /Louisa
Entered at the Pod Office at Tiluxvilkat Sec. 15 Every elector shall have the balances from several sources of revenue soon be relieved I examined its mouth and found

Second-Cla Matter. right to a renewal of his certificate of with a fair margin for non.collection. :Mrs.: James Bowman, of little point of the needle sticking
tongue; she called Mij AV-
' The Star has the Largest circulation registration without fee or charge when The item interest was Incurred to pre- spent a few days with her : .1 Egger to hold the cat; she got &

of any paper on the East coast of Fla.A the same becomes defpced by time or accident vent depreciation of warrants. The Jane Brady. She returned ) I tweezers and pulled the nhole-

; 18 squares upon his surrendering such certi- greater part of the salaries becoming due Mr. Robert Carlile.Mr. of needle and thread throojrh the-

make squaaetsonetnchin8pace a column. ficate so defaced to the Supervisor of before the revenue is available. E. L. Brady, of She says she does'nt see bow it
For advertising rates enquire of the Editoralwaya live, but she must have forgotten
enclosing atwo cent stamp' Registration. Any elector who may lose Other items appearing in report will Wednesday to visit his cat is possessed with nine lives

r his certificate of registration shall be en- be found in account with Titusville looks quite natural to see

: MEMBER OP titled to a renewal thereof by the Super School :No. 2. through our little settlement. OF THE RAILROAD COMMIS-

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION visor of Registration of the county in The attendance has been better than All of Tom Johnson's friends SIONERS.

AFFILIATED WITII which such elector was registered, upon any previous year, being 80 3-5 per cent sorry to learn that he has lost Vann and Mr. Mimes, of the

Rational Editorial Aw ciion. application therefor and proof of the of enrollment, with (I may say conse- guinea yearling colt. He Commission arrived here Mon

loss, in the following manner : He shallat quent) improvement in scholarship.The live dollars for her a short time
evening and on Tuesday at the
for town discussion any time before the next general elect. neat of the school houses,
THE exciting subject appearance Mrs. Laurie Carlile left House, received evidence and
three weeks has now ion, apply for a renewal of his certificate, which have been properly furnishedwith
the past two or : ing for Eldridge, to visit her ; to the argument in the Com
aside. Peace be with it. stating, under oath, to be administeredby manifest benefit to the morale of
been almost laid she is quite an elderly lady and brought before them by the E. C.
to the peoples' mind is the Supervisor, the facts of his former the schools, leads me to again call atten-
The next occupy though she wanted her
Co., against the J. T. &
and it promises registration and of such loss, and that he tion to the necessity for good schoolhouses
that of County politics,
her. Ry, and I. R S. B. Co., for failure
life for some weeks to come. has not sold, bartered or parted with his with ample seating capacity, fur- .
great Mrs. Dr. Wilson of to the
other freights consigned care
certificate for pecuniary or
any nished with improved desks
four of her children R C. T. Co. at the end of the
IT is claimed that an Orlando man has valuable consideration, and has not wilfully The Board will aid in building and spent ,
her father's :Mr. Jacob N. dock for charging them wharf-
invented an orange crate that will super- destroyed or lost it. will furnish charts and other essential ;

cede all others now in use. It is six or Sec. 1C.-In case of the removal of an supplies to the schools able to properlycare F. enjoys having his little such freight; and for unjust dis

eight pounds lighter than the standard elector from one residence to another in for them. with him very much. in freight rates. Messrs

crate now in vogue, and has various the same district, or from one district to While the estimates for support of the We received a very pretty & Gaulden argued for the E. C

other features of superiority. The ease another district in the same county, such schools for 1800-91) require a levy of five present: from :Mrs. Jerome : Co., and T. M. Day, Jr..

with which the parts can be adjustedand elector shall notify the Supervisor of mills, the large number of schools to be day.lan: ). thanks; your the J. T. & K. W., & I. R.

the crates put together is one of its Registration of such change of residence, maintained prevent any general exten- very much appreciated. Company.

leading advantages.GOVERNOR and shall surrender his certificate of sion of the term. says, to say to aunt Cora, she give all the details of these .com

registration to suih Supervisor, who dress beautiful.We would more than fill our paper
FLEMING that henever Could not the patrons supplement the the abstract Mr. Robbins charges-
says :
in the
shall 'enter the fact
at once proper were to hear
School Fund to make the very sorry
had a wish to become a memberof books and shall with- by a certain lease or agreement ex
registration JoeIendel's: serious illness, but
term at least 8 months in all schools of
branch of the national congre. last the Railway Co.. lease
either such elector certifi- year,
out charge a
or : hear she is i: improving, and hope
15 ? The interval between
the office of chief executiveof or more long Steamboat Co. their dock: and it*
He considers cate of transfer of registration in accord- ,
see her around as usual. You
is the of much dis-
a sovereign state the higher position with such change of residence.Sec. terms really cause \.e privileges, under which lease
ance satisfactionmuch of the term well quick, Mrs. M., and
and will be perfectly satisfied to serve Co.,charges wharfage,and
];.-No elector who shall have removed nice new house.
out his term as governor by doing all the from one residence to another in the incomprehensible to the R C. T. Co., landing their
the child and often of the We received whole armful
cause parent's a
good he can for the people of the same district, or from one district to to receive freight, saying they
doubt of the teacher's However Monday evening from :Mrs. J.
i This will ease the minds of some poli- another in the same county, shall be al- competence. be regarded as trespassers. lie also
excellent schools may be elsewhere, tine, of Bay St. Louis, Miss. "
ticians.IT that freight consigned to them U
lowed to register nor shall be be allowed
; our schools are the best for us and a reading them very much and shore and
at the railway depot on ,
in i announced tint H.1.. Flagler, to vote by the managers of any election, little direct aid from the patrons would imagine ourselves back in the old bun-
they have to 16 cents
without certificate of transfer of registration pay per
Johnnie Ituckefellerand other magnatesof a make them all we desire. city, the-llOme of our childhood.
above provided. on class D freight, at said station,
the Standard Oil Company will start as There have been enrolled in the colored our thanks. the through rate on same class of

a daily newspaper in New York: about TilE school report on this page given schools 110 pupils with an average at- Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Chappell from Jacksonville to Cocoa is

the last of September. The new paper tendance of G8. Three of the colored under that
by Superintendent Sam speaks well for happy as they pass 20 cents thus discriminating: against

will have a larger staff of special corres our county schoolWe expect to have teachers are thoroughly trained and com- and Charlie on a brisk trot; so that they cannot compete fo-r-

pondents all over the country than any some favorable remarks to make concerning petent, the fourth fairly equal to notice she does not live up to business they propose to establish
of the metropolitan dailies- the work. One of their schools has beenin hold
let them
present it in our next issue, fore feel that saying, "we even of October. The complainants

hence it will, in a measure, be indepen- our public schools, as now managed, are charge of white teachers! most of the but show them the way to go, that the lease is a fraud and a

dent of the regularly organized press as really a credit to our county. time since its establishment' and has had] always holds the reins herself. by which the defendants are en

sociations. exceptional advantage: in securing the Miss Joe Brady returned to monopolize the trade and

The reports that yellow fever is prevalent services of teacher*, specially i interestedin three weeks visit in Titusville. of the whole river and pray that
in Havana are confirmed. The their progress.: The pupils, with due ports a most delightful time. She was."e commissioners will give" them
is in the race for State Representativefrom
Harris fever i is spreading through the West allowance for environment, have made back with her Misses Aline to the fullest extent.
Volusia county and Dr. J. -
member of the State India Inlands and in Vera Cruz. On commendable progress, comparing favorably Brady, who think it a great Railroad Co., holds that the lea-e
formerly a
for the House from Friday lat forty-eight new cases were with white pupils in same grades. spend a while in the country executed in good faith when there
Legislature, run
reported Havana alone. The A review of the work reflects crediton Mrs. W. N.
The chances of both quaran aunt, Hendry. no competing line to suggest it ;
Orange county.
; the teachers and with the
tine authorities should take ever
pre- the two corporations named in tie
being elected are good. Representative :Master Jerome T. Feaster, )
very creasing interest in the schools, with
cautions in regard to vessels from theo.eiufected :
are and distinct com
Norwood will be in the race again Turner's gentlemanly little separate
Xtws.THE rapid development of our county,
ports.-Sanmnah augurs
with different officers.
from this county, but if he gets there he well)) for the schools being everything we Sunday with his parents; he ) operating
week in the of Titusville claim that the Railway Commission
will earn it, for we believe he will havea Orlaulo Sentinal in answer to the could wish, in the very near future. city
pretty lively opjw.ent. lightful to get out in the right to set aside any legal con-
question asked by the Tallahassee Fforidiin -
I I Jxo. H. SA Js, Supt. are all pleased to have our ; that it is beyond their pro-
"Will South Florida give Mr.
The Tallahassee Floridian rays, that as I with us as often as he can come. to consider a matter which should
Hammond a hearty support for U. S.Senator" RECEIPTS.:
Judge Hammond, of Orange County up in a court of equity. The
Mrs. John Simonson, of
endorses the question by the July. SCHOOL FUND. DR.
made a very favorable impression upon Co., also does not recognize the
following remarks: Yes, Brother Bowen, Bal.onhand Oct 1,1889....$ 804 37 a most welcome visitor not
the public by his dignified and constant T. Co., as a competing company.
you may look for a strong delegationfrom Rec'd from E. W. Hall, (Jo., she came out on the morning,
course in the session of 1889.;and further South aud East Florida for our School & Cap. Tax........... 4G45 01 turned on the evening train. made but one trip with a small

that he has frequently been mentionedas Rec'd int. 1 mill tax........ 645 02 schedule is convenient since their association as a com-
the proper man to succeed Senator distinguished young statesman Florin Redmptn Inds, Cmptr 241 17 and further charges that their
we mistake: not West and Middle Fines...................... 220.00 friends to spend the day with
Call asks the "Will South is not They
question : will not wanting in giving him some Sale of Books........... 177 67 hope many will avail yet complete.
Florida give Mr. Hammond a hearty Titusville B'ld'g that the new company has: never
of their strength. South Florida is ass n The prospect for egg-plants
support?" School 2................... 48 35 to them for through rates: a: d
justly entitled to this recognition from fa.omblelr.; L. Carlile and
The answer is quite plain. South privileges with the I. R. S. B. Co.
the other sections of the State and it $6781 59 about two and a half acres in ;
Florida alone, could not elect Judge evidence of several witnesses was
would be ingratitude, to say the least of EXPENDITURES.To are looking fine ; he also
Hammond, but if she could have the by the Commissioners follow

solid help of West Florida with her, undoubtedly it, if this is not done. account 1888-89...........$ 247 50 in about five acres in English persons appearing on the stand :

Hon. E. M. Hammond is a gentleman Teachers...................... 5197 50 planted them last year and
Mr. Hammond could be elect- Paddison Fischer Capt.
I whose ability is: well known and recognized Supt........................... 380 00 a very profitable crop. There Captain ,
cd.re consider Judge Hammond is all over Florida; that he would Mem's Bd.................... 97 60 others making Captain Watson.
well qualified to succeed Senator Call. School books................ 28G 20 many Robbins in his argument submit
make senator of which all Florida .
us a P. O. prnt. frt.& st'ry.... 32 50 cialty.Mr. the Commission a brief, covering
The American Grocer is an influential would be proud is an obvious fact to School building.......... 175 40 J. D. Almond returned in hk

trade journal which seldom interferes: everyone who knows himHe is justin Ins. ........... 22 50 from Opelika, Ala., where he defining fully every point

the of life able Int. to Bank................. 39 14 with sick brother for the His reasoning was logical,
in but it "there prime an lawyer, an a past
politics, says, are politi- on M'tgage School 2 48 00 and to the point. His brief shows
orator with in the State anda he his brother who
no superior reports ,
cal measures which are so intimately as- Purch-eof B'nd 20 00 be has given the subject much

sociated with the welfare of the whole statesman that is an honor to our c, Rent of house 20 00 typhoid fever, much better but and that he was well versed with

country that it becomes the duty of ev country. Orange county will send up a Record Deeds 4 20 weak. He has not been very law bearing on the issue.

ery business man to speak out and let strong delegation for him and from what $6570 54 away, and says he is glad ;get Day only madea few brief remarks

himself be heard them." The force we can learn his strength is increasing the B. I. R., where every

upon daily in every section of the S'ate. To Receipts....................$6781 59 seems to invigorate him. He very genteel manner-reciting differ
is of these and this is
one measures, By Warrants i issued.......... 6570 54 of the law applicable to the
what the Grocer has to say about it : THE DISABLED RACER. some handsome presents for his and also said that as he had

'The conditions at the south are such: By Balance...:............ .....$ 211 05 We are pleased to state, two days notice of the case asked

that until the colored people have grownin We find the following in the St. Augustine School No. 2. Cr. authority, that :Mrs. B. J. Mims !'to allow him time to

intelligence, toleration and virtue, the News of last: Thursday: Rec'd from T. S. B. Ass'n..S 48 35 much benefited by her'trip.. a brief for their consideration.

white race must necessarily be the dominant "Capt. W. S. M. Pinkham has returned Bal. Apport..................... 145 00 she had operated upon was Gaulden gave a soul-stirring speech

race. Northern republicans who from Ponce Park with the wrecked Chee- $-193-35 success. She has left the rights of the people and against

visit the south and see for themselves ad- maun, which met its fate on mosquitobar at her brother's, Mr. Robert ) and raked the railroad and
} ,
mit this. The of To paid Int. on Mortgage...$ 48 00 Atlanta, Ga. The other
property the south is some time ago while en route to the eye company in most scathing
14 "Rent of room......... 20 00
being taxed to educate the colored people Indian River races. The boat was broughtup Purchase of Bond......... 20 00 attended to until the cataract and was frequently" applauded
and in time they will rise to the responsibilities on Capt. Iwanowski's schooner.: :Mr developed. She will return when referring to the sail boats.
Commissioners will sit in Talla
and duties of citizenship ; Pinkham will put ship builders to workat $ 88 00 where all her friends will on the evidence and give their

but to attempt to employ bayonets in once on the hull and will soon have Cr. congratulate her. probably in about two weeks.

regulating elections in a republican coun the famous racer in water again. Mr Balance..........................$ 105 35 For the benefit of those who feels sure what their verdict will

try a quarter of a century after the war Pinkham has made arrangements with July 8, 1890, Stock on hand..... $413 73 go north this summer I will made nearly up what everyone it ought has to be.their

in a step backward that the 'commonsense H. Bessey, of the firm Bessey Brothers, a letter received from Kansas

of most' will not endorse, and that boat builders, of Waveland on the St. That Terrible CoughIn July 25th, I am told, the Our Very Best People

the dominant party will find to be as Lucie River, to rebuild the Jheemaun as the morning, hurried or difficult of July since the 4th the our statement when we say that
breathing, raising phlegm, tightness: in Acker's English Remedy is in every
bad policy from a Republican party pointof soon as he finishes the building of several the chest, quickened pulse, chilliness in has not been below 90 in the superior to any and all other prepa

view as it is untimely and unjust." boats which he now has on his hands. the evening or sweats at night, all or any the day and most of the time it for the Throat and Lungs. In

What the Grocer says is true, but the The Cheemaun will have a new keel anda of these things are the first stages of 100. Sunday, the 20th, it was : Cough and Croup, it is magic

object of the force bill is not to 'secure new 35 foot mast, she will also have consumption. Dr. Acker's English we have much cooler weather relieves at once. We offer you a
Cough: Remedy will cure these fearful bottle free. Remember, this
for the blacks any rights, but to perpetuate about one foot added onto her centre symptoms, and is sold under a positive I wish some one who has is sold on a positive guarantee. .

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Fair Florida Star: W. J.. Hnghlett went down to Our community has met with regents of the University of Michigan -
a severeloss
I notice in your paper of last issue a Melbourne Monday.Mr. by the death of Rev. Dr. Bettison W. last year built and equipped a labor- OFFICE OF THE, July BOARD 24th, 1890.OF PcBLIC INSTRUCTION -

communication to the "Citizens of E. Stiling went up to Titusville Blakewood, who died last Saturday, the atory of hygiene at the request of the Whereas the Titusville

Sbarpe's dock" signed "W. B. Watson"in Monday on business. 27th inst., at the residence of his son-in- state board of health. One of the objectsof been made, school districthas

which he says that I have "misrepre- )Ir. J. M. Sanders and family moved. law, Mr. David Butler, near Osteen, Fla. this laboratory was the iuvestigatson ance with the laws a sub-district in accord

rented him." The truth is, the Captainhas into their new house Thursday. Early in this year Dr. lakewood moved of the causations of disease, and this (Sec. 19, Chap. 3872, :No.providing 26.) therefor,

misrepresented me. Sharpes is a The trade-boat Sparkle has been hauled to this State from Louisiana where he branch has been under the supervisionof An election is hereby ordered be
mail station, and the distance from the owned large estates in the vicinity of the Victor C. Vaughn, the eminent toxicologist to
out repairs at Joyner boat yard. held at the Court House onthe 2nd
boat to the postoffice is about 1,100 feet. rich lands. These were subject to occa- who a few years ago gave the dayof
I have refused to deliver the mail pouches Dr. Schofield and Mr. A. I. Moore returned sional inundations, and on account of world his discovery of tyrotoxicon, the I Sept., for the purpose of deciding

without compensation, but I have last Thursday from their trip to these he concluded to settle in Florida.He poison so often existing in milk, cheese whether taxed to the district funds shall be specially
Ankona.Mr. raise over and above the
*tw asked Captain Watson to pay me bought land near Osteen and had and ice cream. He has now, it is alleged,
state and
for services as agent. 'He made a prop- H. H. Wilkinson and family, of made extensive preparations to erect a added another triumph to his former county tax, to increase the

osition to me, which is before me, asking Rockledge, left.Tuesday for cruise down commodious dwelling, ordering all the success in the discovery of the causes of privileges or opportunities, (more par-
ticularly to enlarge the school house :No.
me to make a written application fora the river. I. machinery for a saw mill to saw his own cholera infantum and typhoid fever. He 2), at which election only I

full station, agreeing to deliver the Special meetings still continue in the lumber, and this machinery has just announces that these diseases are due to real or personal taxpayersupon shall be
mail pouches, which is twice a day, and Methodist church. A great deal of interest arrived. He also purchased a tract of albumenous poisons, a theory which subverts entitled to vote. .

attend to the agency work free of cost to has been shown at these meetings.Mr. land on IIaulover for a winter residence, all previous theories in regard to The ballot shall be a piece of plain :

the company, and he would forward it, E. W. Hall and family and Miss thus providing for the permanent settlement their origin.Dr. white paper with the words printed or ;

etc. I replied I did not want a collect Lizzie Smith, of City Point, spent Sun- of himself and children. He designed Vaughn discovered the first point written upon it : 'for a special tax" or '

station on those terms, for the reason, day with the family of Mr.J. \1. SandersMr. to have all his children settled last March, and has since added four "against a special tax'' .

that it would cost me more than my A. S. Dixon and family and L. R. around him as comfortably as money more. He has isolated three poisons Also at the same time and place, three !

freight was worth. Since the proposition and W. F. Dixon returned Saturday from could accomplish this, and thus also: aid which were obtained from the germs in Trustees shall be elected. I

referred to, he has made the wording spending a few pleasant weeks on the this part of Florida in building up socie- typhoid fever. These poisons, he claims Boundaries of Titusville school district It k

different, but added that it was the same.I beach at Daytona.The ty. Our vicinity then has. lost a good are fatal in any quantity, and resemble -Beginning at the northwest corner of \

referred to his of the 22nd of June in and useful citizen. closely in their action the venom of a the southeast quarter of section 33 of '
party who went down the river on
which the sack service and agency work The Baptist denomination has sustained rattlesnake. They are of the nature of township 21 south of 35
the Arrow, returned last Tuesday much range ;
was mentioned, and in which he said, a great loss, for he was not only a ferments, and are the growth of germs. thence run south along the
quarter sec
with their Mr. Canova left
pleased trip.
"in skillful physician but also minister of Dr. Vaughn took the germs from the I
emphasized with underlining, no a tion line to the township line between
later in the week for his home at Palatka.A .
intestines of who had died from
other way can it be done." I asked himif the gospel. His last sermon was preachedfor persons I townships 21 and 22; thence rur west
lie came of baseball will be played on the Titusville Church the diseases, and placed them in flasks
meant it. He replied: "my proposition Baptist just along said township line to the south.
the new ball grounds Friday between the containing sterilized meat. The flasks
two weeks before his death.
is the same as always. I have west corner of section 33 aforesaid; thencerun
Titusville and the Cocoa nines. There We with his afflicted widow were then set in an incubator, in which
in which sympathize
the Captain's letter before me south along the west line of section
I have also will, no doubt, be a large crowd present I and his orphaned children and his the temperature was the same as the
lie disclaims responsibility. many 4 of township 22, range 3.\ east to the
one from Mr. James Calhoun, G. P. A., to witness the game. i relatives. Dr. Screven, of our town, is a human body. A long, complicated and Delespine Grant; thence continue on

in which be says that my station was Rev. Henry Hice, who has been assisting i : nephew of Dr. Blakewood. consequently inexplicable chemical process the course south 2 miles, thence turn .

discontinued by the I. R. S. B. Co., and Mr. Bolton in the revival services in The deceased was a native of Beaufort followed, and the poison, which resembles angle of 90 degrees and run east to Indian -

that he cannot ship freight to it unless it the Methodist church, left for his homeat : District, S. C., and represented a long partially slaked lime, was ex- I *River; thence meander the shore of
Sanford Wednesday. While in Cocoa I line of some of the most honored and ancient tracted. Animals being inoculated with
is reetored by said Co. Ever since there : i the River northerly to the northeast
has been steamboat service on the river' Mr. Hice has not only done great deal families of the State, with many of lhe product disylayed the same symptoms corner of the Delespine Grant and continue -

the people living near my wharf havereceived of good but has made many friends who whom the writer was well acquainted.Dr. as the persons suffering from one or the I northerly along the River to the

their freight on it, and nearly are sorry to part with him. Blakewood was in the neighborhoodof other of the diseases. A quantity the I north line of the town of Titusville

always prepaid. I have bills of lading Claire Coggins met with a strange and 70 years, but for one of his age- was size of a pea killed a guinea pig in twelve being opposite the point of beginning,

before me, prepaid, marked : "deliveredat what might have proved a painful expe- possessed of remarkable physical and hours, while a twentieth of a grain is I thence run along the north boundary of

fehipper's risk." No doubt the books rience last Thursday. In attempting to j mental power. Hedied of a disease which I fatal, but killed only after fifteen to M the south half of section 33 and 34, town

were cancelled in that way. There has hive a swarm of bees, the queen bee lit several times before had threatened his thirty days. ir. Vaughn has not named I ship 21, range 35 east to the point of

not been a case of damage or loss after on Claire's nose and soon his whole face life. He died "with the harness on," in these poisons as yet and will now devote beginning; said land embracing the

freight was put upon the wharf although was covered with the swarm. Had he the full triumph of the Christian faith. himself to endeavoring to discover anti- southeast quarter of section 3=3 and south

we had no warehouse until last winter. attempted to drive them off he would He labored faithfully for God and his dotes for them.X. Y. Com. Advertiser. half of sections 3 and 4 of township 21,

The difference between Capt. Watson have been severely stung, but instead, lIe fellow men, and now, as was engraven on LAKE WORTH- range 35 east and part of the Dele>pine

and myself is this: "lIe demands that walked to the river, waded out a distance his coffin, he is "At Rest.. The funeral Grant. .

we will have some one as agent meet and put his head under water, when the services were conducted by the writer in Nobody finding fault with the weather Inspectors of Election,
arrival which will bees forced to leave their the Baptist church, at Osteen, and his
every steamer on its were temporary SAM'L II. RAY, ED. L. BRADY ;

be a step toward the solution of the lodgings. Claire does not care for another body reposes in the beautiful cemeterynear now.The Bessie B. left for Jacksonville D. L. GACLDEGEO.' B. RCMPH. ,
':*.ck delivery matter. What we ask, experience of this Kind.HYMENEAL. place. Jxo H. Saris, Co., Sup't.
the 18th.
Blessed the dead who die in the again on
u that he will do business so as to allow are II I
Lord, yea, saith the Spirit, for they rest Turtling in the Lake is on the improve I'
us to do business with him by allowing Xotice.In .
from their labors and their works do follow again, turtle coming in to feed in quite
each man to receive his own freight,
Mr. E. L. Majrruder and Miss Ilallie them." A. D. COHEN. large! numbers. Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial
"prepaid and at his riskMy wharf is:: Circuit of the State of Florida, Dade ,
Johnson were married in the Presbyterian The Mary B. has been on the ways for A. D. 1890.
for my own use,and any of my neighbors, HYPOLUXO. County, i!
church, at Rockledge, Tuesday after- and overhauling and is againin
who with to, can use it free. I can u.) D. HE.'DRICK'OYttachment, ;
afford to meet my freight. The bill noon, by the Rev. John Foy, of Titus- Capt. Will II. Moore is not as lonesome the water and ready for sea. vs \ amount sworn to

comes ahead of the goods, and I am thus ville. The young couple were accompanied as he used to be now that Mrs. M. Sunday school in the West Side schoolhouse ALBERT M. FIELD. J 253.78..

advised of the time of its coming, but I to the altar by Messrs. G. M. Ma- has returned. Congratulations Will. [ as usual on the 20th, and short To the Defendant and all other persons
gruder and D. A. Dickson and Misses interested :
cannot afford to add to this the troubleof Sallie Magruder and Florrie llardee. The "'hereoh where. is the census "numer- religious Services afterward, under the You are hereby notified that a writ of

meeting the goods of A, B, C, and D, decorated ator?" I know that we are hardly worth auspices of the Christian Union. attachment has been issued against you
which handsomely
nor can either of them meet the goods of church, was I counting, but we would be willing to Singing school in the West Side schoolhouse and your property attached to satisfy the
was well filled with the many friends of demand of the Plaintiff above set forth.
all the rest. It is against the principle put up with a denominator rather than every Saturday at 3 p. m. Tuition And now unless shall
the bride and groom, who wish for them you appear before
which the Captain lays down of not and Mrs. not be counted at all-and sureinDadewe free and everybody invited. Miss Etta the Judge of our said Court at the Court
doing other peoples' business. "Common many years of happineMr. have not been counted at-all-at-all. Moore has kindly I volunteered her services House in Juno in said County of Dade, on
Magruder left on the steamer to spend or before the 3rd day November, A. D.
carrier are always right if they carry their honeymoon in visiting different The Bradley boys and Charley Pierce as teacher. 1890, the same being Rule day, and pleador

things to the right place and don't carry in fair State. returned from a six days 'gator hunt, Sheriff Highsmith took a run down demur to the declaration of Plaintiff

them too far. I am glad the Captain places our results,-forty ulsters-decayman-one the Lake on the 21st to call on bis friends herein filed, judgment will be rendered
deer and night skirmish with three against you by default and your property
gives me a chance to vet myself right.I a lie his house
Editor Florida Star: reports as nearly completedand sold to pay the debt.
say to him publicly, as I have said privately informed that at the recent panthers. Charley and Guy got in two all other arrangements progressingvery Witness the Honorable John D Broome,
that he'can bring my freight We are shots each and there is just as many satisfactarily. Judge of said Court, as well as Albert F.
primary at District :No. 3, City Point Quirnby, clerk of said Court, and the seal
prepaid at my risk, or my own convenience panthers in the woods as there were.
elected and will send to the county convention P. Lennon called a precinct meetingof of said Court, this the ISth day of
will still cause me to get it otherwise The STAR'S graphic account of the 4th his the July, A. D. ISi'O.
her "Pious JEneas" and "Faith. the Democrats at place on
though at greater cost.I of July regatta, etc., reminds me of the ALBERT F. QUIJCBT.
ful Achates," the former bearing off dual 20th to elect delegates to the County
he [SEAL] clerk of the circuit court.
thank the Captain for the interest fact that no mention has been made of
feels in the unfortunate individuals who honors and will look after the Rockledge convention, but we hare been unable to
our little racket at Juno. The Jupiterrifle
have the free use of my wharf; but when convention.Xoncood. get a report of the proceedings as yet. Xoilce.

the transportation of the river reaches it be a surprise to forrow if team having challenged the Lake Some of our vessels will have to take a In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial
u* we will no more have to resort to sailboats and work told in November Worth team, came to time at Juno, and Circuit Florida in and
Hardy Lretard
Sharpe trip to the Keys before long after pine of for
; we will forget our past misfortune were taken into camp to the tune of A. D. 1890. In "
DOWN RIVER. County, Chancery.
in the of the present.W. :THE slips as there are not anything like as
bWings, Jupiter 128 to Lake Worth 138, four
II. SHARPE.la many here as w ill be needed if the ru- JOSEPH F. CHASE, "j
shots rifle full 20
NOTICE. any score, a possible ,
vs Divorce.
mored is planted this season.A v
luggeatlce' at 100 yards. Hypoluxo came to the LIUBIE A. CHASE, J -
It The County Jud e and the Sheriff of front. The two highest scores, "a 17," call, signed by H. P. Dye, as chair-
COCOA, FLA., July 23. Brevard will meet with the Clerkof It appearing from the affidavit of the
county and Geo. of
man, Rowley, secretary,
the Circuit Court in the Clerk's office, were made by Charley Pierce and Guy I Complainant herein filed that the Defendant -
Facer Fhrid Star: at Titusville on Monday the 11th day of Bradley. the Republican county executive com- Libbie A. Chase, resides:: beyond the
llardee com- the of drawing mittee, has been issued, calling a county jurisdiction of this honorable Court, that
Two Captain 1890 for
years ago August, purpose Capt. Morse, with his trim sharpie, the she is over the of anda
bad said and petit jury to serve at the convention at the Hotel Lake Worth on age twenty-one years
the grand
plained that Captain Sharpe I "
for Brevard "Amy, was in our port yesterday from resident of the United States America,
"that Captain Hardee should never go as fall term Florida.of the Circuit Take Court notice and govern ; Miami. He is a rare combination of August 5th, to nominate a full county and' that she is believed by Complainant to
county, ticket. be now a resident of Denver in the Stateof
r a delegate from City Point again"Captain yourselves accordingly. geniality, repartee and smiles-long may Colorado.It .

Sharpe claimed not to ba.emade Witness my hand and seal this July he wave and the Amy to. RUTHTEN is ordered that the Defendant do
*' July
remark but did CaptHardee
above say 29th 1890
plead, answer or demur to said Bill on orbefore
should never go unless to support A. A. STEWART The First Symptoms of Death. Editor Florida Star: the Rule day in November 1890, at

him"-Captain Sharpe. Clerk Circuit Court. Tired fueling dull headache pains in How is it that of citizens which time a hearing w ordered on the
Now we are informed that at the primary some our facts charged In said Bill.
Prohibition various parts of the body, sinking at the their Poll Tax and othersdo
of the Democratic and Not Suffer Any Longer. get receipts It Is further ordered that a copy of this
Do of the stomach loss of appetite feverishness -
party held at City Point Saturday last, pit not-of course I refer to tax payers? Order: be published once a week, for the
J, Hardee that cough can be checked pimples or sores are all positive of four
Captain Sharpe allowed Captain Knowing a Very few in this district have splice months, consecutively, in the
to be elected one of the delegates to the in a day, and the first stages of con- evidence of poisoned blood. No matter persons FLORIDA STAR, a public newspaper, published
! county convention.Does sumption broken in a week, we hereby how it became poisoned it must be puri- received their Poll Tax receipt,although in TitnsviUe,CouDtl of Brevaraand
1 this mean that our ExSenatorwill guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough: fied to avoid death. Dr. Acker's Eng- their taxes were paid some months ago.I .' State of Florida, next prior to the Rule
condescend to accept a beat in the Remedy, and will refund the money to lish Blood Elixir has never failed to remove hope Mr. Hall will not forget us for day of November, A. D. 1890.
ill the take it directions, scrofulous or syphilitic poisons At Chambers De Land this 9th day
lower house while waiting hU seat all who buy, as per the election is of
upper house to become vacant tDEMOCRAT. and do not find our statement correct. Soldunder positive guarantee. Sold by approaching.P. July;1890. _' Jon D. BROOME;
Sold by Dixon & Gray, druggists. Dixon & Gray, druggists. A. MCMILLAN. : Judge of Circuit Court.



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Editor-Because it takes them four Notice. :? o. J. ElECTOa.

f years to get around again.-Keystone. A Narrow Escape. In Circuit Court for Dade County and ,

A young lady entered a car on the State of Florida.-In Chancery. Hardware and

HI Choice. New York and New England road at Rufus K. Sewall et al J

"Do you know I fairly envy you your One Hundred and Twenty-fifth street \ Bill for Partition. General

domestic happiness?" and walked up to th- only vacant seat, John J. Iledrick and Produce

i "Get married yourself and then youwon't beside .a gentleman who was intently Bernado Sequi and I I"s .

envy me." reading a letter."Engaged Dionesia Sequi his wife Order for MERCHANT. .

NOT DEVOTED ENOUGH. I "No; I think Fd rather be content with :sir?" she asked. and tneirlieirs&assigns Publication. Melbourne -

envying you."Fliegende Blaetter. "Just missed it. She writes that she Whereas it appears by the bill of com- Florida
lie Was Persistent but Didn't Quite Fill
is a sister of mine now," answered the plaint filed in the above entitled cause that

the lUlL He Tended the Cradle. gentleman, absent mindedly, without all of the defendants therein are unknown,
Sam Potts met Moll Dorch in the road. I HODGSON BROS
residences unknown.
and their
Fangle-I minded the baby two hours looking up.-New York Herald. i,
U'V'y how is you, Sister MollT And whereas it appears further that said ,
while wife
last night was out.
"I gives you thanks dat rse well, my bill is filed for the purpose of effecting a
Cumso Well how did like it? Used to It.Victim .
Brnder Sam. Is all yo' erfairs in de I It you a partition of the Samuel Miles Grant,con- General Merchants ::
Fangle- was rocky.Yenowine's -
prosperous Mition? taining sixteen thousand acres, situated in

"iligUly, sister, mightly. Haugs git- -- -News.- r 3= 7, I ice _I said County in township 28 and 39 south ,

tin' fatter an' fatter ever' day, an' de Why a Father Wept. and r.nges.n: and 42 east,sometimes known Eau Gallie Florida.
know and designated as the "John M. Ilansen r
much milk doan
cows gib so we
The young son of a Boston police of- Grant described and bounds
by metes as
whut ter do 'bout it. Whicher way you ficer is attendant at of the south ?
an one j
Lr4ml follows: Beginning at a. point on the west INDIAN RIVER
under de o' dis lubly
gwine rays yere end schools. His father has always told bank of Indian river for the northeast

mawnin him to excel in something, and if he corner thereof and the southeast corner to Steam or Sail Boats for Charter
fresh by the
"Jes cr walkin' roun' ter 'joy de could not be the smartest boy in the fractional section 12, township 3S south
a'r o' de season. school he should make every effort to be range 41 east, said point being marked Day Week or Month.
"You looks like you 'joys de season, the dullest. One night his father asked with a light wood post 4 feet high and o ,

an' de season looks like it 'joys you, sis- I him how he stood in his class. inches square, marked B. C. I. J. II. on

ter, fur I 'cl'ar to goodness I aint seed i "Only one from the end, and Fll soon south side and S. 12. on the north side from Drugs Drugs 1 ]
1 1.A
such a putty lady sense I wan't mo' den beat him," was the reply. which a pine marked X II bears, south: 10 Drugs
er ole." west 284: links and a pine stump bears
year there in the
"Go on, man, you kain't compermen' many are north .12, west 167 links distant; thence
I class? south GO0 west along the north line of this Fine Assortment of
me. "
Itryin' I "Twenty-six. survey by mile posts! duly marked in said DRUGS;
I an't tryin' ter compermen' -jes ,
you "So you have beaten twenty-four of survey across the :St. Lucie river north and
I \
ter tell truf. rse had dis PATENT MEDICINE
you some them. You are a good boy, and if you south branches nine miles to a light wood ,

yere eye on you fur some time, an'ef ole' will beat the other Fll get you a new \ post 4 feet high, 4 inches square marked SYRINGES,

Bob ever dies, w'y I wants you mightybad. II watch." (repro\-mgly-Look) out; you J. II. on its southeast face for northwest STATIONERY FANCY & TOILET

Yere me?" "You are wrong there. I must beat have your finger in my mouth. corner to said survey ; thence south1:* ARTICLESKept

'Cose I yeres you; but look yere,man, I the other twenty-four, for I am next to Professor Schmeartz-Oh, I don't mind east long the west line to this survey- three constantly band.

me an'Bob dun been maird too laung ter I the foot of the class." that. I have mein finger in more asa miles to !lightwood post marked II on Physicians' Prescriptions on
talk datter hnndredt mouths northeast face and three notches northwest : eats
way. today alretty.- on -
I' And the father wept for joy at the compounded at all hours.

"Doan kero how laung you been maird, Racket. : angle' thence north 00 east along
he mout die." precocity offspring.-Boston Globe. south line of this survey nine miles to a 1. B. SCREVEN, Druggist,

Yas, Bruder &m, dat is de truf. I Privation. mastic post! o feet high: in. square markedII TITrsVILLE::; FLA.
In a Proscenium LJot
Sis Moll ef Bob does die on north face on west bank of Indian
"Say, wean
Mrs. De Rich (listening to new prima river for southeast corner of said survey HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
be an'de bride
you promise ter my speret J donna at the opera)-Isn't she splendid? and corner of fractional section 19! ; thence RIVER BAKERYWe
? Oh Fs coatin' de
say come skripter on I Mr. De Rich (wealthy manufacturer, north 2o: west along the meander of the will
now, an' kain't git out rum under Y3Ir. Keep on Hand Every Day
you you
ND.t1 MCrEt. tt enthusiastically-Just grand! She'sworthy west bank of Indian and St. Lucie river,

dat. Yere me:" I : of a place alongside of Patti in which forms the eastern boundary of the FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES

"'Cose I :yeres you, but I doan wanter ; my soap advertisements.-New York main portion of said surrey, three miles to ,

promise ter mair you." I Weekly. first mentioned bounds thereof in form a ETC. ALSO

"It is becaze you doan lub me, ain't parallelogram nine miles long and three

it l' : Her Preference. miles wide, between complainant and the Bottlers of Sodawater, GingerAle

"Oh, no, dat ain't de cause." i iThut "Mary:: ," said Charlie to the indolent I above mentioned defendants.

"\ is, den?" : goddess at his side, "you take things It is therefore ordered that the above and other Drinks.ALL .

"W'y, it's dis: Ef I wuzter promiseter easy. You never seem to be pressed for named defendants and all persons claim ,
I ing by, through or appear
mair you in de case Bob dies, you- time.
and said bill at the Clerk's otfice ATTENTION.S. .
do you know whut you would do?' "No, Charlie, I prefer to be pressed for answer
in Juno Dade Florida. the first
comity, on A. J5ELCHEH
"Whut would I do, sweet lady?" I myself."-Philadelphia Press. 'I' Monday in September, A. D. 1S90, or said A: C03IIMNY,

"You'd pizen Bob,dat's whut you'd do." i bill will be taken as confessed.It << PROPRIETORS,

"No, I declare I wouldn't I wouldn't I What the home folks think. I is further ordered that notice of this TITUSVILLE, FLA.

do nothin like dat fur ez much money t I order be published weekly for the space of
When a prophet ranks high in the opinion -
I could stan' fiat footed an' lif. in the FLlRW.TAR
ez sixty days a .news- llOTJSE
I of his own people, he is a prophet in- EDGAR
"Yas, Sam, rse er feered you mout I --- --- .---...- letd. You misfit enquire of every druggist paper published in Titusville in the adjoining ,

pizen him. Oh, I knows you mea. I I Phileas Fogg (in the west)-I suppose in P. P. P's ( Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot and County of Brevard, there being no Close to Indian Ricer Inlet.
ain't had shet all de time Fs I newspaper published in Dade County.
my eyes you meet with a good many hard 'otassium) home city and possibly you
been er lady, I ain't. You'd pizen datpo' ships out here on the plains? night find one that was out of cy-tor oil or Ordered at Claa m hers in DeLand, Florida, FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish .
this A. I). .
27th day of June, 1S1K' )
man sho cf I wuzter promise ter I Lariat Luke-Hardships? I should say alt*, .senna or manna, but not a single- man JOHN D. BROOME. Oysters and Game by the
mair you. I so! Why, pard, I've sometimes been of thorn but could supply-P. P. P. Such Judge Circuit Court 7th Circuit of Florida.I Millions. Boats, Wagons and Buggies -
"I tell you, I swar dat I wouldn't,"the obliged to chaw smokin' terbacker-! i:4 the local reputation of this infallible
old fellow pleaded. "I knows whut er Blood purifier and poison exp.>)llant. Hun- certify that the foregoing i is a true copy to take Tourists hunting or
pusson's duty is in dis yere life, an' I lred- testify to its efficacy. Your nearest of the order of publication made in this fishing. Good Road from here to '

would be dj las
ter do nothin'wraung.
man Nearly Had Him. Dade Co., Fla. June, 1S90.
: No, I wouldn't pizen him. Sis "Young man, were you at school today ALBEKT QUIMBY,clerk circuit court.A. have Lots and Houses to sell in

Moll. ?" COlt S KEMOVED QUICKLY E. Heyser, Att'y for complainant. Edgar Town. Call or Address :

"An' ef I wuzter promise dis intuit ter "Why, papa!" was the horrified re And surely by the u::;e of Abbott's East Indian -

mair you when Bob dies, you say you sponse, but whether of astonishment or Corn"'Pint. IVOTICE. A. G. LAGOW: Proprietor.)

wouldn't pizen him:" dread is doubtful. : The best cure for Corns, Warts and Bunions In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Cir-

"Sweet lady, I swar 'fo do Lawd I "Come, now were you down swim is Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint, it cuit of the State of Florida, JJrecard .

wouldn't." ming?" lever fails. Try it! county, A. D. 1890.-In C/tancery:

"Wall, den, ef you wouldn't pizen him "No, sir, I was not." LEWIS D. LOCKWOOD, NEAT AND PROMPT.FOR .

dar ain't no use in promisin' you. De "Nor after bird's nest? Nor tho circus :Many PersonsAre V.-4 } hill to dpsblve

man dat doan lub er lady hard er nuff ?" broken down from overwork orhouseholdcares VAX .xORDEX LOCKWOOD. artnershll' -

ter pizen er pusson sohe l-init her, ain't "No, sir." Brown's Iron Bitters It appearing from the Bill filed in this

my idee 0' er luber. Goon er way, noI \\. "Well, Willie, I'm glad of it, very rebuilds the system,aids digestion,removes excess : cause that the Respondent, Van Norden

ain't gwine ter gib you my 'fections." glad; always tell the truth, my boy." of bile,and cures malaria. Get the genuine. Lockwood, was formerly a resident of Melbourne -

-Arkansaw Traveler. "If he'd asked was I at the baseball Brevard county, Florida, but that JOB PRINTING

match he'd had me," Willie whisperedto Eupcpsy. his: present place of abode is to Complainant -
\"umau'r Gentleneiis. unnknown and that the said ,
himself as he went up the stairs three This i is what you might to have. in Respondent -
time. Baltimore Satur fact. .onlllut have it. to fully enjoy life. is over twenty-one years:
steps at a Every y is SUCH AS-
It therefore ordered that the said
for it
riiousands are sean-lnng daily
day. Respondent, do plead, answerer demur toLomplaiaant'.s
muirniii;:: because they tied!it not. Thousands IAETTEUIIEDS.XOl'EUE.DS
said Bill of ,
Complaint, on
Did It All Himself. upon} thousands of dollars are
The late Dr. Cook, of Haddington, spent: annually by our people in the hope or before the 18th day of August: A. D. ,
1890 the said Bill will be taken
or as con-
attain this boon. And
after assisting the late Dr. Forsyth: of that they may yetIt
fessed. It is further ordered that
be bail: by all. We guarantee that a copy Ii I LL-II CADS,
f Morham, at a service, repaired as usualto may
Electric Bitters if used according to directions hereof be-pl1Lli he once a. week for four
the manse. While in the enjoymentof consecutive weeks in the FLORIDA STAR
and the use persisted in, will a STATEMENTS,
a little social intercourse the ministerof newspaper published in said county.
bring you Good Digestion and oust the
Morhain-which, by the way, is one demon dyspepsia and install instead Eu- Witness the Honorable John Broome, CIKCULAIIS,

of the smallest parishes in Scotland pepsy. U'e recommend Electric bittersfor Judge of said Court, as well as A. A. ..

quietly remarked to his brother divine: dyspepsia and all diseases of the liv- Stewart, clerk of said Court, and the seal I FOLDERS

"Doctor, you must be a very popularman 1 er, stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. of said Court, at the Court House in Titus- k
in the parish." "Ay," replied the I md $1.00 per bottle by Dixon & Gray, ville, this the 14th day of July, A. D. Ifc'JO. ;

doctor, "how's that?" "Why," rejoined druggists.: 22 A. A. STEWART, PKOGUA3131ES, a
Clerk of Court
the other, "our usual collection is three- County
pence, but today it is ninepence!" "Oh, Advice to Mothers.Mrs Complainants Solicitors. [SEAL.] STREAMERS, .
is that all?" said Dr. Cook; "then wae's Wcssu w"3 SMOOTHING biBCP should alwaysbe
used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves DODGERS,
me for my popularity, for I put in the the little suffereratonceitproducesnatural, Xotice. t tt

extra sixpence myself!"-Churchman. quiet as a button.sleep,and" it the is little very cherub pleasant awakes to taste."bright It In Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Circuit BUSINESS CARDS,

soothes the child,softens tbe gums,allays all pain, of Florida, in and for Brevard ,
Thy the Editor Fired Him. regulates the bowels,and is the best known remedy A. D. 1890. / WEDDING CARDS,
county. Chancery.
Mr. McLean Hold I *
on, Charley for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
Contributor-I have here abouta
want to buy a pair of gloves for my a joke other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle. JOHN W. CURTIS 1 VISITING CARDS, :
which I would like to show
tramp you. Bill for divorce. t i.
wife. Can save 23 cents at the bargain vs. >
Editor-But, sir, we don't care much LADIES SUSAN W.CURTIS. JWhereas
counter, you know. Nee<, Dg a tonic,or children that want building SEND YOUR ORDERS
for jokes on tramps. They are not suitedto ifc by the bill of r rTO
McLean (five minutes later,in extreme up,should takeBROWN'S appears com-
the class we circulate among. :v IRON BITTERS.It plainant filed in the above entitled ,
There big rush of cause
dilapidation) was a
is to take,cures Indigestion
ladies at the counter, but I've got the Contributor-I suppose most of your ,and pleasant Biliousness. All dealers keep it. sworn to by the complainant, that the 'IHEFLORIDA- ,
readers are tramps and don't like such said defendant, Susan W. Curtis, resides
gloves and saved the quarter.-Judge.
jokes because they're too personal.- .1 Scrap of Paper Saves Her without the State of Florida, and that
Light. Life. she is over the age of twenty-one years. STAR
Extreme feet. and that the place of the residence of
"Is this Miss Handy, the manicure?" Reasonable to Suppose. It wits just an ordinary scrap of wrapping defendant is unknown and that said bill

inquired the caller, pleasantly."Yes paper,but it saved herlife. She was is filed for the of JOB PRINTING: OFFICE
"Buy that horse! Well, I guess not. in the last of consumption, told purpose procuring a
sir," said the lady. "What canI a decree of divorce between the
He kicks both ways at the slightestcause. by physicians that she was incurable and : complainant -
do for ?" and defendant. It is, therefore.
you .
could live only a short time; she weighedless
"I just dropped in to be sociable," ordered that the said defendant, Susan
Horse Dealer-That's the very reason than severity pounds. On a piece of
he rejoined, handing her his card. you should take him. See how dangerous wrapping paper she read of Dr. King'sNew bill W. Curtis, do appear and answer said Notice of Incorporation.
at Clerk's office ia
"Fm somewhat in the same line of busi- it would be for anybody to attemptto Discovery and got a sample bottle; Titusville.in .
ness. Fin the chiropodist just round the steal him.-Fliegende Blaetter. it helped her, she bought a large bottle, Brevard county, Florida, on or before i Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -
the 7th of
day October A. D.
corner." it helped her more, bought another and or I persons have formed a company fur
said bill
will be
The lady fainted.-chicago Tribune. Rather Ambiguous. grew better fast continued its use and is confessed.It against said defendant the purport of maintaining and<< oivraUeg
now strong,healthy, rosy.plump weighing for public use in the conveyance of JXMVOO*
"There is deal of fun made is further ordered that
a good the notice of constructedfrom
140 pounds. For fuller particulars and property,a railroad already
Youthful Loate. about physicians," said the doctor to his send stamp to W. II. Cole. Druggist, this order be published weekly for the Jupiter, on the Indian River,to JUBO,
"But children, children I Cant you wife, "but what would people do if there space of three months in the FLORIDA
Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this wonderful on Lake Worth,both in Dade county,
play without making so much noise?"* were none?" Disbovery free at Dixon & Grav's I. STAR, a newspaper published in Titus ida. The name of the com pany L*"J uptter

"What you, granclm"mmThe "Yes, indeed," said the wife, "what drug-store. 22 ville. Brevard county, Florida. & Lake Worth Railway Company." The

idea of you scolding us P would they dp? They would die without Ordered at Chambers: in DeLand, Fla., length of said railroad about eight mik*,

"And why shouldn't I?" their aid."Boston Courier.A ISiicklcii's Arnica Salve.TILE this 2nd day JOHN of July.D. A.BROOME.D. 1890- and the name of the county through or ieto

"Because if it wasn't for us you which it is made is Dade county. The
BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, Judge of the Circuit Court, Seventh
be Hard Life. stock of the con fe ts ffO
wouldn't a grandmamma. >
capital company
Bruises. Sores. Ulcer. Salt Rheum, Fe- Judicial Circuit of Florida.I .
gende Blaetter "I've trained down as fine as I can ver Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil certify that the foregoing j is a true shares of. S100 each, or 50,600 first in

get," said the jockey, "and rm still a blains. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, copy of the order of publication made i all. The undersigned compos its

The Beet Kind. pound and a half overweight." and positively cures Piles or no pay re- this case. Board of Directors.J. .

Contributor-What kind of jokes do "Well,there's no help for it," returnedthe quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect Titusville, Fh .. July 3rd, 1800.! .U. PARROTT,Jackson rill*. Fku

you prefer? boss, "you'll have to go to the den- satisfaction, or money refunded. Price A. A. bTEWART, Ork. G. J ZEJI BAUER, Palatka, Fin.
Editor-Leap year jokes. tist and have your teeth pulled."-New 25: cents per box. For sale byD'xon & D. L. C5AULDEX. T. 31. DAY,JR.,Jacksonville,Ffcu ;

-Contributor-Why? York Evening Sun. Grey. 1019. *' Solicitor for Complainant. ll-13t Titusville, Fla. June 2t( tb, 1890. OOJa.I .


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A. M. Hamilton & Co., I TeE: : TROPICAL TRLT1iTS.: ZaINF.JACKSONVILLE I I Bank Office and StoreFIXTURES.

T.4])...\. & KEY WEST SYSTEM. ,


Going South, Read Down. STATIONS. Going North, Read tsp.1 .

Indian River Oysters ., I \ + I I' ROLL TOP DESKS.
9 ( SOpml '7 4Oam'Leave Jacksonville Arrive 5 4Opn l1 SOaml 5 SOpm
10 to 320 '1010 1 I Arrive. St Au ultin@l Leave 4a 1020 noI I THE TERRY i'FG.' ( CO. Nashvilles iin.HOW'S .
I .. '
BELONGED TO THE BAND. 5 30 Palatka 05 \ 8 0is ,
FISH I : I I .... Ormond ll 6 32 \ -
'705 DaJt.na 610 !
A Drummer Excused Throat.by the Surgeon for Green Turtle and Game. I I I + YOUR FENCE ?
a Sore H Opt:1: 8 SOamvue,, Jacksonville Arrived 6 :'Oam I 6(Oprn I

Some amusing stories relative to the I 11.1 1'006 i Arrive' .. Green Cove Spring Leaved.. 52.& 4 53 IJ 4&V We I have the CHEAPEST and Best \
All orders :2 01 Palat1La
425 4J
"'i11l'cceiprompt and careful at- -
martials and
effect of the recent court I tention, whether by teleeraph, 309 11: 4"pml Seville 3 03 2 .n t:2 J WOVEN WIRE FENCING
Investigations are going about in army letter or persou. 17 418 228" Dt'Land"' 12.0 Wire Rope Selvage.
4 02 I 214 Orange City .Jnnction 149 141 I <-
and one of them comes from ,
circles I !
4 35 I 2 55 I -antord 115 110
barracks, Missouri. An invest I 14 32 :Enterprise 5 am i zI
was held at tho barracks Listyear 6.15 I I TitnsvilIe' 00 I II 1F I 1 '
Nation Qv. S &O ISml Orlando 11.10 '11.n
I" I
as a result of the talk about desertions .' Manly. Manf'g CO. I I I 5 55 i I Tampa 1 U I I 7 30am21apm ; Ig
in the army, and ever since the investigation I .
the officers at the barracks DALTON, GEORGIA.IRON I 1 3lam, !
2 ( .
11 ,'am Leave Pdolath Arrive I 4 OSpm
have been extremely careful in their RAILINGS, GATES, I 331 316113rrive: IDterlat"Len .. \ 9:3 310I } ;
of enlisted men. The Steel- U 340: '121Ipmj Hawthorne 8'.S 24'1: I
treatment POSTS, CRESTINGS 520 410 i,1235 I Roehr-lIe I 740 2,0 I
Wild court martial of recent notoriety \I 610 HO I 103 i Galnenille I 650 135
their JAILS, ROOFS, STAIRS 800Ii i II Orange Lake .. 5 50 1M I M INCHES HIGH AT 60 CENTS PSS RO:.
increased the delicacy places 1 ?
has Ii oil) a3" Ocala" 1215 t Lawn. Garden Poultry and Stock Fencing.al5zeaandwidths.Gatestomatch.
co when a member of the military bandat Cast Columns, 715 I 4 O; V'el'burg ., 11 0am dealers. Freight Paid. SendforcJrrnlars.HKXeXrLUUWU Pnc alow. tcU.
the barracks came to the post surgeon STEEL I 1 S 35 i 5 % I "' P lJlht'rton" 9 -0 >E3lWI&K t KSrKtll>.. t HIvAW>, 1:.. ,
Lintels, Sills, etc 9 ;;0 6 30.' Brook vil1 8 40 i ii A S.-\ "
with a long face and a plaintive story I i 651: I EUltilJ" g 23 !I TEL'East
he treated witha S2: $ "' Tavarf-II" i 9110 I
throat was
about a sore ALL LATEST
consideration which was as marked as SAW r III I ILLS IMPROVEMENTS. Daily; $ Daily except Smulai ; -: Sunday oitlv. Trains leaving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. aud Palatka'
1:00 p. m. are daily between Utksoti>illeaLd Palatka. India Corn Paint
it wa gratifying. BEST IN THENEW
eh?" said the CONNECTIONS: : At keon\ille *ith dnerg'nt- lines north eatand west At Orange City Junctior
"Sore throat, surgeon
TI1b E I for Orange City New Smjrna and Lake Hrlt'n.t Jupiter with J. & L. VT. Ry. for Lake Worth.' At San 1
pleasantly. "Let me see. Oh, that'snot ; SOUTi ford with O.B Ry. for Oakland. Tarpon :prings!!, Clearwater and Gulf Co t points, and with South Florida -IJEMoVrCOKXS >-
bad. A slight irritation, nothing Ry for Winter Pal Slaitland, etc. At Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Ke) west Havana and - --
so 'I Mobile and for Manatee IU\er points At Piinta G"rda with steamers for Key Wept, Havana, PuntsRdFsa Bl'MOXS, AM VVAKTS
acre. You'll be all right in a day or for Pictures aPrices St. James, Cit> and Turt Myers Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping cars on through fact mail trail
two. I guess you would better take no W RI"T' or anythin \ daily between New York and Tan.pa without.LaBKe.: For information call on or address Speedily and without pain.

chances of renewing the trouble by using you need in 1 M. E. GRUBER, Agent, Titusville, Fla.I Lippman I ms, Druggists: and Prop's. t

your throat, though, so I will recommend METAL, we can send it promptly.Be I G. D. ACKERLY, Gen'l Passenger Agt., Jacksonville, Fla. SaiHiiuali (:n.
that you be excused from active I !

duty for two weeks." lure you mention this paper. \ { .

Armed with the surgeon's certificatethe Z11EhAOiES fAVORIIF

bandsman obtained his two weeks' THE: ODELL i CLYDE STEAMSHIP i iJ

relief from active duty. The two weeks WRITER. CO9 .1 .
had just come to an end when ho met I IidirO

the post surgeon on the parado ground.The J I
bandsman saluted. The surgeonrecognized J

the Rico and stopped. will buy the Odell TypeWriter \
New York Charleston & Florida Lines.
"How's the throat?" ho said pleasantly. l and Check Perforator itcH

"It's quite well, sir," was the reply."That's with 78 diameters, and StJ
"You for the Single Case Odell, warrant
good, said tho surgeon. flNEST E5'
ed to do better work than any machine j I (
can get back to.your duty n9W withoutf made.It woonwoRlt: AttA tiMeplS

r. By the way, what" instrument do cOll1bit1Simplicity with Durability, NfW HOMf i5WING MACHINE C 0ANG *,M ASS 1
handle in the band?
you Speed. jMe of Operation, wears loner: pGIOt.i18 UN ION SQUARE.Nf.SA"'l:
t "The email drum, sir," said the musi without cost of repairs than any other '........p.T&.ANTA.GA --=--CAL. ,15-

clan.-Xew York Tribune.The machine. Has no ink ribbon to bother ST.LOUIS.MO.I_ Ulla' =--\. QALLAS.TEXTHE 1

the open tor. It is Air True Way to Ilay 1'oker. nickel! platted, perfect,and adapted to all c ,, = fflTERNATIONAi TYPEWRITER '
It happened in a mining camp not far kinds of type writinj: Like a printing, : -......-...--- =-.-;. :- :--: :J

from this city, and tho hero is now a press it produces sharp, clean legible; .-

well known citizen, and will, we hope, 1l1anu crilJts. Two to ten copies can be
attend church this morning. In those made at one writing. Any: intelligent: : The Magnificent teamship of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :

days he had not amassed his competency, person can become a good: operator in (Standard Time.)

and was a rough miner, eking out at two days.: AVe offer 1.OOO to any New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York. 1 +11t ?

jioker often what his claim failed to sup- operator who can equal the work of the Pier 20, E. Kiver.TuesJ TEAlEl I

ply. In fact, he was a daring bluffer. Double Case Odell. iv, July It It 3 P III ... .IHOQrOIS.Sun.t July G, at" am
One night as ho was raising the stakes Reliable, Agents and Salesmen: want- Friday, '. 4, at :3 It i ......CIiEROKEE.Thursday, 10, at 11 am

and crowding tho jack pot in his usual ed. Special inducements to Dealer Tuesday, U S, at 3 It u. YEL\SSEE, ......Sun ay, 13, at 1 p D1

nonchalant fashion, a tenderfoot, who For pamphlet giving Indorsements, Friday, 11, a13 It m ......SlI1NOLE:,....:fhurday, h 1';, at 3 am
...... ........ .0 at t; a III
had watched him with wonderment, re- etc.., address: Tnemfay, 1j, at 3 It H) IHOJl'OI .Sunday, ,
: Friday, 1t, at :3 l' III .......CIIEL'OKEE.ThurdayI, at 9 am i
markf'l.l admiringly: oJ ::
ODELLTYPE WRITING Tuesday, 222, at 3 p III ......SEMINOl.F.Suntlay, 2., at 11 a III
"You inut have amlghtygootl'hand. tv; ........IL'0f UOlS Thursday 31 at 3
Rookery Building, Chicagojll.CLEARANCE Friday, at 31' m pill ...
hand -
"Don't know nothin 'bout my -_--.- Tuesday, '9. at 3: P Ill..... YEMASSEE.Sunday.. Aug.3t, at 6 a m A sirl' tar.t..-\a...-o'h1l1'.. ?i 'rd and
the "Hain'tlooked at my _,
was rerpoll ., .r. J..1-. in 'kmfU
n.adetrou \ d..1 1\
___ __ __
keerd I find that in this 'ero poker I SALE n and with best t ..1- ..'rr 'e\.,.. ,1' : 0 rfo": .
it don't pay to look at your keerds. Fine Parlor /CSK* \'arrrtt..1 to .1." ali! ti..r rya mr"".- ->' *writ--cH-il
game _I Onn ST. JOHNS RIVER SERVICE Ill the terv t..t txvewriifrxUiit. Capable of
It's kinder apt to shake a feller's nerve. OUU and Church XjX, jug lil words}>-r uth aunts. <>!"more.aoordiox to t1.I
from .
Organs Q ,
ability of ti e "" rat '
Spokane Spokesman. standard ma-a FOR srr* .. ,
I AWORD Add es' iMKisii : co,

The Real Trouble. ters.atSPOTC.111'IUlE l..ale--rented ithyearttojviyiit..until New_ piudt plan./;.c.(?"'f".".' ABO'T Sanford, Enterprise & intermediate points on St., Johns River.The Agents___wanted._ n_._____ PAKlsH. _'S t.

T. t-Only S2 tn *s;t f!S "
".ullthll. Dent .Halerf -. / *$,..*>' / .. PV"':.. elegant iron hide-wheel steamer, "City of Jacksonville,'' Capt. \Yo A. Shaw, is
r .c.de...'u i'1 Sendqti'ok- ;>*' .-: .:.. ""f"ry'p"r'i'* .0 \,::', appointed to sail from the foot of Laura Street, Jacksonville:; Sundays, Tuesdays. and
/ *" .
Thursdays at in.
.r i\tci\iN /A -?'to w- I1w. w .asheet. p.
L alA. '" on Pianoa.IANO Ourfiniitrd Returning, leave Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a. in.
S "* Is sold by t'
to / .'r / largest. dealers nt $27, THEO. G. LOUt Traffic "lanager, S Bowling Green. New York; JOiN HOWARD, Fla. Frt Agt,
mt la.II. /Q'V aud la worth It, too.- toot Laura St., Jacksonville.. J..E8UE, Supt foot Laura :t., Jacksonville.
/ -
._ .., ,
miia its e./No Cheap For Tickets and Pas..-euger Information, call on
OQ Pianos sold. i W$0ESS : F. M IRONMONGER. Jr.. H* ra,,. Ageiit. >>8 went Bay bt. J'arktoouvilJe. wDEetc, -
.. Our cheapest are :.! "':\1. 1'. CLYIJi Jt CO.. GfiuialRentN 12 South A\'liar\fs: I'hiliultlphiii ; 3. IJow-
A durable" liug Greenetv YurkoMALLORY'S
Perfect -
Air. A.. H. lla"t'hd Mr: 1.i r FATINS 1 J
-- ---- EYE vI.\ ;SEs rf'o.I'... a'I.H'lll ':1"':"', .l d .n. I 1
M &HtAD ROISES CDREDbr vl'rvwuch Kiaftnl ar 11.,1"1.1! clarge t) at
E 1'eca'r 1. \'bas1liLS;: TUBULAR EAR \ haaconi.- overiiyey..oal.r.ryr 1 LuPdiaruttti 1
__ C'JSHlCKJ. Whispers heard.Com- I 1ALIIX''l
RI'i'tlX, my oid gla.s.tl!, lual alll I" s wrailu: "u&h. .
forUblc.". '.. wber.all lt* o I i: t. ti 1 1St'crt'tatY
.ulj,..llIc..al,k.w hCL ttriUf r bwtk (pnxtb I I.
H '1 laU"IIf'fI'! Luaid oi Trade.
---------- -- ----- --- -- --- \U fitted at tl*Leas "'.'r.. ol .
HINDERCORNS.The New York, Philadelphia, Boston & Florida !

only mirertire.lie.for atl Corn>rugm Stops.U.. HiscuxAfo all pain. Fntmreaeomfoittolhefett ...N.Y.CONSUMPTIVE.
( Mr Selling fnmFEILV.IXDIXA, }l'l., Every THURSDAY. ,1

I .A.YOtT } XEW YORK Evcfy FRIDAY at 3 p. m.IRON .
11-_ ITavt \,'u''.' ini, i.HUM'liiti*, Aiai.ma, iudiKPARKER'S )n te MIl.
: GINGER TONIC. H has cured at,
I. the"'oi-t(MM*au.!i-tuo U-,t rciuitlv(ur all ill*ari? STEAMERS :
(roc I1&lecUnl1t.ritiu. Tictiitt: :,Qc. aad $Lua ]
----- -- -- Rio Grande,
.3.riam *$l:'O. ... -- ORGANS t uiel r. beuttj, \\6liiutton, N J.DETEctj"es. Capt. Connor. Caveats and Trade-Marks obtained and all 1'>.- 1 1OUf
I eat bu ine!'3 conducted for Moderate Fees.
Cteverton-Why were you not at the ; State or Texas, Office is Opposite U.S.Patent Office .}
in less time than those ,
a and we can secure patent .
ball the other evening? I CaptjWillums. remote from Washington.
My tailor went back on Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip ,
Dtwliaway weaned to every Countj. Shrewd men to act under intunctiooi City of San Antonio, tlon. We advise if patentable or not. free of
me. U our Secret Service Experience nDu..x..ry. Panic ulan free. L charge. Our fee not due till patent i* secured.
CIe\"ertoo-DiJn't send your clothes in GraasanleteetlreBureanCo iUr-.JieCii:atLC Capt. Wilder. A Pamohlct. "How to Obtain Patents,"with ,
s names actnil clients in your State, county,or
time, t-U? Passengers fflllD fuuaMUe, Indian River and East Coast poi ts. arming in Jacksonville from J.. T. town sent free. Address, 11
Dtiitiaway Oh ho did. lIe sent PARKER'SHAIR ith and afternoon trains for Femandma aDd Stearaersaaddver
+ yes, s K. W. iUu\\, uiiVe 0 UU"111 U lUurLiug C.A.SNOW&CO.
them C. O. Clothier.and Furnisher. BALSAMCleanses I laed
and beautifies the hair. The 4:15 p. m. tram from Jacksonville connects with steamer lot Fernalldu.a. Opposite: Patent Office.. Washington,D. C._
-- --- -
.\ Sure Cure. i Never Promotes Fails a luxuriant to Restore growth.Gray Leave New York. &TEAMEI. Leave Fernandina. -A. FROSCHER-

The following little story is told ofSecretory Preventa Hair to DandratI its Youthful and hair Color.fallingS Friday, May 30,..........................RIO GU.\XDEThuooa\ 5 ,

Rusk and a young "man of so 6(V.and El MAt nrnr ista Friday, June G,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,...............-Thursday, 12 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

ciety." The young man, in the course Friday, 13................_......... RIO GH.\XDE..Thuntla'., 19 Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden

of a conversation on certain table dishes, Friday, 20,."."'"..............STATE OF TEXAS,...............Thursday, 26 and Caskets.
expreeeed a great preference for beef- Friday, 27,..................... ......RI O GR.INDF..Thursday, July 3 Coffins,

Eteak and onions. H RES'I Friday, July 4,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,......"........Thursday, 10 Funerals attended if dl""in All oru n.

"But, don't you know, Mr. Secretary," Friday, 11,.................. .......KIO GRANDE,..................Thursday, 17 promptly executed and at reasonable rates.

he said. "I seldom enjoy my favorite '. _-_ -_= _,_.'_ _-_- = Friday, 18,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,...............Thursday, ;>4 Embalming done.

d fJ1.. A fellow can't eat onions and go 25t HIRES' IMPROVED: tae: Friday, 25,........................... RIO GRANDE, ................Thursday, 31 ----- --

into society. His breath, you know- ROOT BrR For General information J.apply M. CUTI.EII to Gen. Pasa. Agent 77 We. t Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.

well! it's not quite what he wants for the IIUNMIL. .BOtUHCOAtTRAINIMS, EASIUTMA3C G. M. I1UBUY, Ageut,tout of Centre atrttt, Fcrnandiua, Fia.

drawing room. The girls, you see"- TIIZS PAC\CE n\KES FIVE CAILOXS. C. H. MALLORY &: CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y.

Day young friend," interrupted Secretary 1

Rusk, "let me tell yon how you
can have your beefsteak and onions, and swrr 0 FINE SHOW CASES FINE SHOW GASES.

go to see the girls, too. You go up tot most APPETIZING and WHOLESOME 4?Ask for catalogue.
I Qiamberlin's and order your beefsteak T8MPER\NCB DRINK in the world. TERRY M'F'G CO.. NASHVILLE.TENN.
t aid onions. They know how to cook Delicious and Sparkling. TRY IT. A'oticc.

them there. When you get your bill, it Ask your Druggist or Grocer for it. Also Wall and Prescription cases,Cedar
after date hereof I will
months applyto
'" will just take your breath away."-New C. E. HIRES. PHILADELPHIA. Chests, Barber Flirniture,Jewelry Trays lion. Minor S. Jones, county judge of

; York Tribune. and Stools. Cabinet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and Brevanl county, Fla., for final settlement t
I' free. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta, Ga.
XOTICEIs Banks. Catalogue and discharge administrator of the estate ;
Room at the Top.Bliffera
of Henry R. AY. M Bride, deceased, late of
months after
No use.. This workaday world, hereby given tbat six
1"1. with its ceaseless push and energy, has the first publication of this notice I will I Egyptian Queen, Ripley, Black & White Antigua &other fancy Pine Slips & Suckers. Brevard the estate county are, Florida.hereby notified All persons to come owe-
become too intensely practical for men present my final accounts and apply for to Alt nan'* Improved and Hofftnan's Seedling, $1.00 per 1000. Order early. forward and settle. All holding claims r

of fine 1R1SC ptibilities. Thereisnochance the County Judge of Dade County of Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate. again said estate will present them properly -

for imagination. my final discharge as administrator IXDIAX RivER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co. authenticated for statement.
1. Wiffere Nonsense! Men of imagination the estate of August: liars, late of Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and capes* and Melbourne, Fla., June 20th, 1S90.CIIAS. + .

are making big money this time of County, Florida, deceased. Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue. T..MCBRIhc.

rear, writing advertisements of summer HEINRICH BARS, JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla. Admin stntor.t .
.....'--' i.-New York Weekly. March 20, 1890.

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MELBOURNE OF THE PAST MENTION.NEWS WEEK IN THAT. f under ception he makes the to politics present the general a administration secondary run of consideration in officers that- OYA Pants Pants Trousers !

in his appointments, sincerely- desiring ,,uwec r
VICINITY evidently to secure the best- men apyat.-

Placed in }"olnteI"aragralh"for the Keatl- irrespective of party. We propose to make PANTS and SHOES the Two Leading Features


Fine showers the past week. I
The Florida Southern Railway will
Trees and weeds growing rapidly. train from Ocala to Bartowon
run a special .
Mrs. Cha McBride returned from her the adjournment of the Ocala Con. "THE BAZAAR"For

visit north last week. vention August 14th. Parties holdingJ. J f r
Mrs. J. A. Johnson, of the Riverside, T. & K. W. System excursion ticketsto Aici $ the future. Though we will continue to lead in LOW PRICES IS "

has gone on a trip to Canaveral.Miss Bartow, via Ocala, can use this train, EVERYTHING in Dry Goods, Notions and Clothing. We have

C. Marsh starts on Tuesday forChicago or tickets may be purchased at excursionrates
about 400 pair Pants in process ot Manufacture, which will
from Florida Southern at POWDER
for a summer vacation.Mr. agent be in stock about the 21st. Everyone is cordially F

F. "". Comstock and family, of Ocala, allowing five days for return. Absolutely Pure.A invited to call and examine them. '
for train willsave
This arrangement special
Malabar in town Friday calling onrelath.e
cream of tartar baking powder. Highest
delegates- one day's time, and insures .
of all in leavening strength.-U. S.
J. P. TUR. % ER. & C
their reaching Bartow two Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. f ft
Mrs. C. II. Stewart and son arrived on t
hours after the Ocala Convention ad-
the schooner Corinne last week, and our !
little druggist is correspondingly happy. D. GIBBENS, '

Miss Grace Ely, we are- sorry to state, EDGAR TOWN. "Atty.-at-Law.OBBING
Kill continues in a very critical condi- ,
tion, there being very little improvement Dr. J. 0. Scofield- and the B. I. R photographer JACKSONVILLE FLA. REAL ESTATE DEALERS,
in her case. S. Shear, were guests at the ALL KINDS OF PllOPEKTY BOUGHT, SOLD &t E. (:II.\SGED.

Edgar House- the past week. Carries in {Stock and. Sells at Manufacturers Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
Hon.Iinor S. Jones, the County Prices,
Judge of Brevard, was in town last weekon Mango trees are putting on a second 1-. O. Box, 25O, I.
the crop of fruit, and prospects: of abundanceof Lardj Canned Meats Flour ] BllEVAHD
business, and also looking up TITUS CO., FLORIDA.We t
political i ro pect. guavas from Ten-mile in a few weeks. GRITS AND MSAL. Buy and Sell all kinds: of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large IWt o f

of the We are happy to chronicle that two of Correspondence( Solicited.INDIANRIYERSTATE carefully-delected Properties In all parts of Brevard County. IV
Saturday night gave us one RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Prvperty t,
old citizens have to spend the
heaviest rains of the season, a good old our on Indian Kiver.
fashioned soaker; every little depressionwas summer amongst! us and help us to fight BANK. Our facilities, for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are ua *)ti lli,
and will be made to satisfaction to Purchase bo
occupied by a minature lake. the mosquitoes.Mr. every effort give perfect intending \
favor us with their
Howland has been here may patronage.
Mrs. Van X. Lockwood was a passenger Walter A. TifuovMIc, Florida. No Properties listed unless the Title is: Perfect.
on the Corinne, coming. to'i it trying to convince us that it was best: to Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. Special attention given to Colonies ami Syndicates, desiring large bodits low-
all taking out a juiced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
against danger by
friends here for a few days and looking guard Authorized Capital, $100,000, ____ ____ ___________n____ __u_______ __ ______ ___ __
after some household matters. We hear policy without delay. Paid-up Capital, 25000. GEORGE )[. ROBBINS, President.LTER S. G1 AlIAJi. &'Cretary.Brevarc1. .
the will return soon to Daytona. Mrs. A. G. LaGow left here on the 17th A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN
Abstract of' Titlo CO.
I ,
of for Jacksonville where she was hastily SACTED.
Thermometer in the western part
A. D. 1889.
the ftatein- the famed- hill region, 98 summoned to visit the sick bed of her JAMES I'urrciiAun.' l'n>i ic lent, Incorporated
'1'. 15. B.kXEIT"it'e- resident CAPITAI/STOCit, !>'*>,OOO FULLY PAID XOX-\SSCSS.\IILC.
to l02. Truly the East Coast is muchto son-in-law, J. F. Bowman, who:'e- condi- W.M. M. 15uo\vx. Cashier. ; ;
for Abstracts follows for Number and 5Cc. for each ad-
tion was considered hopeles Charges as : $3.00 Opening
be with its cool breezes, even
preferred Directors: James Pritchnnl, W. P. Barnett dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the changes are the same, viz.,$34>9
if we do have once in a while a mos- The new store has opened and i its pro- J. II. DurkeeV., S. Graham, and for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.

quito or two.During prietor, Mr..M. E. Hall, intends to surprise \\'. 31. Brown. Taxes Paid for Xon-RciIciits.

the thunder-storm of Thursday all who visit his store with both the Every favor consistent with Conservative 3" For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry add
afternoon lightning struck the barn of quality and price of his goods. The annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss .rTax
Mr. John II. Phillips knocking down his price is as low as the lowest, and don't Ball ilG exteuW fl, Sale. 12
Box 250 Titusville Fla.
mule and giving a shock to two coloredmen forget that the steamer stops at our"dock Correspondent : Seaboard; : Xat'l nankof ,
New York Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville. ---- --- ------------------------ -
; -
who had taken refuge there from -

the rain. No one was killed fortunately.We I We have to chronicle one death in our "YOU CJEI.AN"CEr %

hear that a New York party offers I place in two years', and that is the deathof JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO. \ e begin; this l week and will Slash Prices and convert Goods into Cash. We

r to light the river beacons for one year Mrs. B. F. Darling, aged 36, by whose intend making improvements in our place and

free of char!=provided- they can ha.ethe demise we lose a most benevolent and :Dealers tn.Jlouumentr MUST REDUCE STOCK.This .
kind-hearted citizen. She buried in ,
future lighting of the same, and that was
Sale cannot full to interest anyone who should wish anything in our liH.
the 9th inst. She
they guarantee to keep them burning Edgartown cemetery .5 Ilead+tone,

night and day for thirty days with one leaves a large family to mourn her Ios>. :::: Iron Fencing, For the Next Thirty Days We Will Offer Our Entire Stock

filling of their new illuminant. Dr. Acker's English Pills Z o *; Lawn Furniture
Sunday leing the day of the regular Are active, effective and pure. For sick i L 5 Marble,

quarterly meeting of the Methodist headache, disordered stomach loss of ::: ": Granite, Slate, Call and be Convinced that We are Offering Genuine I
Church, appointed to be held- at Geor- appetite, bad complexion and biliousness: :::2 Bargains.GOLDSMITH,
they have never been equaled, either in OD.. g Ouyx.Buililing .
giana, no service of any kind was held ... i
America or abroad. For gale by; Dixon Stone, BROS.
here. Nearly all the congregation C1
Gray, druggists.
Wire ,
boarded the Eleanor bound Georgiana; 3 Fencing

when nearly opposite Eau Gallie the Name Slate Mantels, -
machinery was disabled by breaking of Holy Academy, Iron Mantels. S3. Ha. BR..A.D'"yGroceries ,

the crank pin and the party returned to San Antonio, Pasco Co., Fla., GratPS.
"" 1 VoI Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
Melbourne. OPCXS SEPTEMBER 1st. Complete EnRlMi
..... I JooC ,
Courts; Art, Language, Musical aud Commercial .. ,. ,
) ) ) (
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Phillips spent 5un' Depaitment Address DOL0110SA, IJ., >04>-:>-0,.......)ooHo-oo( .11 1 I ';,.:::' :..:>'''.','lc I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and
-"I )00( M >0< "";"
day in Melbourne as guests of Mrs. Phil- San Antonio, Pasco County, Florida.For :: ::: .... I I I Fancy
lips' sister- Miss March. Mr. Phillips :)Hi-oC.-""" < "."".. All..I.I T I >c 0. ra< Groceries, Fruit and Food ProductsOf

has a large force at work preparing and Ice Cold Drinks: -< x ::_:__ T lInn I
setting out the load of pine slips recently nEI:RS, PORTER, t ..," "?J; TT Y >< IS::::; all kinds. Also my Stock of

delivered by John Baird. Another lot Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat.
And all kind of Tilinp. Hearths Wire Mats and ,
is expected soon; when these are out, in fact an>thing made of Wire. Iron,or any kind ot ,
Mr. Phillips will have- one of the largest, Wines Liquors 1 Stone.Send for Catalogue at the same time. stating the I am the only House on Indian River dealing- exclusively in the above Line of t t
Goods. I buy close" and will sell close. I invite and solicit
if not the- largest, fields on this part of style of goods you are in ne-d of as wt have differ- your correspondence '
.nt Catalogues in the different branches of our your patronage. Very truly,
the river. APOLLINARIS lm"inei. 25
E. I,. BRADY. I'
23 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
The Corinne arrived last week with and other Mineral Waters, Cigars, Cigarettes __. ____ __ _____n ___ _______ ____ --- ------ ---- -- --- -
several- passengers, Mr. C. \\'. lime-, of Tobaccos, Etc., Etc KO to EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.

Daytona, being one of the numbei, stop J. D. Crabb
ping for a short time at Melbourne Titusville, Florida. STXLI1'TGT.A.. .,
'apt. Shaw proceeded- up the Banana I
River returning MILLIARDS & POOL. Cocoa, Indian River, Florida.
; on Friday, to :\lrFadden's !
Special attention to orders sent by mail.
ways, where the Corinne is now DEALERS IK

undergoing a thorough overhauling preparatory -
to a trip down the coast. Capt. LIPI ..t\.N'S

Shaw informs us of several changes in 'Hints' Hardware Stoves Tinware

his department. The keeper of the PYRAFUGE

Charleston House of Refuge has been removed ,

for intoxication and being absent .
from hit post for days. David Wingood, AND AGATE-WARE.
of City Point, succeeds H. B. Archibaldat

Bethel Creek Refuge; Hubert Besey Chills and Fever, Plumbers' andSupplies Mill TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY
succeeds D. McLarty at Gilbert's Bar ,

Refuge and Captain Fulford will here- DUMB AGUE & MALARIA. I ,
after- have charge of the Biscayne Bay BARBED WIRE,
L1PP31.1X nilOS.,Wholesale Drucjrists ,
Oils Glass ankh Putty a ,
house in place of J. Peacock.- Captain ,
mind Sole Propriety rs. Lip luau'Block
Fulford is well and favorably known Suiamiali Georgia. ': j WIRE NETTING,

from his connection with the old outside Doors Sash Blinds

line- between New Smyrna and Jackson- Brevard Co. and WIRE CLOTH.

llr.'c understand Capt. Shaw is in

favor of discontinuing some of theta- BRICK LIME CEMENT' duns:
lions on the ground that owing to the STATE BANK v ,

rapid settlement of the country they AMMUNITION,

have become unnecessary. He i i:4 also in COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED SHINGLES and. LATH. FISHING TACKLE.GrOOdS .
favor nl es'allishing beacon-lights at

each station similar to those in use on 1889. Ship Cha.n.d1ery ,

the river, to be cared- for by the several- I CAPITAL: ,
keepers. Ever !since his installation Paid Up, 82d.000utboriz"d, Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for vnlls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com
$100,000.ACCOUNTS pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.
Capt. Shaw has tried- to impress upon the

department the impossibility of gettingin I SOLICITED Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves? Coffins and .Caskets. '. .

( most cases) really- good men for the 1 Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY
meagrejhalary paid. By persistent -

and |>erinal' interviews with the secretary ALBERT TAYLOR DIRECTORS President.: Catalogues, !sample: cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and J'

he has finally succeeded in havingthe i JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. estimates furnished promptly. t ;;
salary advanced to $GOO per year.- I R. B HOLMKS. Cas1 it'r.
Captain thaw ia a most notable ex- J. M. Sanders. J. F. Wooten. STILING & TAYLOR.

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