The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
March 27, 1890


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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, LOCAL LACOXICS. -I will pay the highest cash price for -Mr. R. W. Long and wife,of Indian- Melbourne. 'thus. .

4 t: -Ship your plumes to G. Nolle. egret and heron plumes. G. Nolle. apolis, arrived here Tuesday.Mr. Another north wind Sunday ; four Preston Wakefield left for the north

f -J. S. Watson & Co. .want a lot of Messrs. John and'Vm. Sankey, of W. E. Britton, of New York, Sabbaths in succession. Tuesday.Mr. .

1 j r dropped oranges. Pittsburg, Pa., were in town Tuesday.J. arrived in town Monday.Mr. The trade boat Osceola laid over Sun- and Mrs. Seaman, from Illinois

1 r The Indian River State Bank will S. Watson & Co. have got them R. E. Johnson, wife and child, day at the general wharf. arrived at the Hiawatha Monday.Miss .

- C: move into its new quarters in about two vegetable crates of all kinds. of Middleton, Mass., registered at the Mr. C. 11. Stewart has had the.interior Mabel Roberts is spending a few

4 weeks' time. -Don't forget the icecream and oyster Indian River Hotel, Monday. of the store occupied by Mr. Branch repainted weeks at Indianola with friends,

-Mr. G. B. Rumph started, Tuesday social at the Presbyterian church tonight.A -Hello Come to Rogers & Co.'s for Mr. Mead and party left for their

',\'" afternoon, on the steamer 6t. Lucie for a pleasant time is anticipated.Mr. straw hats just in, or in fact for any Services at the Methodist church Sun northern home Thursday last, via New

. trip to Jupiter. T. J.Eaton started for Tennessee kind of a hat you want.. day morning and evening. Revs. Get- Orleans.

a -Services will be held at the Methodist Monday noon, expecting to be away at ':"We learn that Mr. Decker, yesterday man and Mitchell preached able sermons. Mrs. Battenfield, of City Point, spenta

,: ?. : Church on Sunday, Rev. Mr. Jonesofficiating. least a month, and perhaps longer. purchased, for $1,300, Mr. Henry few days in Mims, visiting Miss Susie
1 :J. I Mr. S. F. Gibbs has been quite ill with
, ':, -"The Home Comfort" gasoline stoves Titus' property, close to Indian River Brown.
I I a severe cold equal to an attack of "la .
: -The steamer Chattahoochee attempt. are for sale at Eacott's tin shop on Main 1 Hotel. Some of our friends are looking dubious
grippe. He is recovering, we are gladto
ed to get out at Indian River inlet Tues street. Call and examine them. -The excursion rates for "Carolina hear. over the last cold spell. We sympathize

! '; day and grounded on a flat inside the -Mr. R. F. Smith is having a resi- Day" at the Sub-Tropical were sent in to with them. '

t' bar. dence erected at LaGrange. Mr. Hud- us to-day, which was too late to be of Willie Ely and Charley Metcalf start- B. J.Mims has returned from shipping

-Mr. J. G. Martin, of Indianola, wasa nall junr., has the contract. any use to our readers.Mr. ed, Monday, for a trip down the river, his down river crop, and reports many
J bound have fish-
to out
a good camping
';J passenger on the north-bound train Money J Money Money 1 to and Mrs.: Wm. Monypeny, of I II I ing and oystering cruise. boxes and high prices.

Monday, to spend several months in the loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & Columbus, 0. ; and Mrs. A. Buchanan, Our school picnic occurred on the 22ndat

north. Graham, Titusyille, Fla. arrived here Monday, and left next day I Chas. T. Macbride has moved into the Ballard's landing. It was well at-

; Messrs.. Wetmore & Gladwin's, ice -The tourist travel has fallen off very for a trip down the river.J. residence of Samuel :McGee. He still tended, and all participants had a very
S. Watson & Co. want all the can be found during the day at his old
' factory is constantly at work making perceptibly the past few days. A few pleasant outing.
in the store of C. J. Hector,
ice. The product is six tons every 24 more weeks and many of our winter residents vegetables you can ship them. Theycan position The closing exercises of the school will

. hours. will be moving northward for the get you as good prices here as you Esq. be Wednesday morning, the 26th. Cer- .1

; The rainfall of :Monday night and summer. can get by shipping north. Rev Mr. Mitchell, from North Carolina tificates for high average in deportment ]]

;: Tuesday was larger than the combined : -Mr. J. W. Naylor, of Derby, Conn., -M. B. Bunnell, bricklayer and has been at the Riverside for several and recitation will be awarded to the following -

; t I rainfall from last September up to the I who purchased, a short time since, the plasterer, is prepared to take contracts days past. He visited the river nine' pupils : Lillie Roberts Mabel

' present time. : improved place of Mr. Charles Magruder, anywhere on Indian River. Addressall years ago, and can see great changes, of Roberts, Ellie Venetia, Aleph and Brit-

I' -Mr.: H. Wood, who has had charge at Brantley, starts for his northern home communications to Titusville, Flori- course. tie Mims, Jesse Beck, and Walter Stra-

:' of the refrigerator cars here for some today.J. da. 29 Fee & Nesbitt have removed their outfit han. Our term has been a pleasant one,

time past, expect to leave for Gainesville S. Watson & Co. have just received -Lake Worth land, improved or unim- to City Point, where they will drive and as scholar and teacher we regret the

: j about Tuesday next. two cars of different kinds of fertil- proved, extending from lake to ocean, another 3-inch well. They have put breaking up. .

r ;:. -Dr. Wm. C. Barrett, who has been izers, and you certainly will do well to located in the centre of the settlement, down a great many wells, most of whichare .
write them for before else for sale. For particulars address David in this vicinity. Eau Gallic.
:., '; on a trip to Bartow, St. Augustine and prices buying 7
Brown Palm Beach Fla.
other places, returned to the Indian where. Captain Clayton's family are to spend There are four fast steamers now at

-\ .. River Hotel on Saturday last. -Right Rev. Bishop Weed, of Florida, -Forest fires have been burning closeto part of this week at East Melbourne. Eau Gallie.

, i;0, -The Georgiana has returned from will arrive in Titusville next Friday, the Titusville the past week, and some We hear they will ,occupy Mr. E. P. Mr. John McAllister returned to Eau ?]

down the river, towing the dredge-boat 4th proximo, and will confer the rites of damage was done to young groves in the Branch's ocean bluff cottage, where they Gallie for a short time Sunday last.

f. only as far as Indian River narrows, confirmation at St. Gabriel's Episcopal hammock just north of town. We are can'enjoy surf bathing, etc.
church that evening told that the fire near Hardeeville a few The sharpie Belle has been repaintedand
where it is rumored she will commence held each
Religious services are to be
did do damage is out again in her original color
days not material

; work. -J. A. Durst of Crescent City, the ago any
,. evening during this week at the Methodist white.
l Messrs.: A. M. Hamilton & CQ., re. pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida to Captain R. A. Hardee's place. church ; a regular protracted meet

< ceivcd about 200 bushels of oysters a day is now operating at Lake Worth, Fla., -The young people enjoyed a pleasant ing. It is hoped the meetings will resultin The usual high winds prevailed on

or so ago which proved a total loss tot where all communications may be ad- dance last evening at Wager's Hall. This much good, and add a number to the Sunday last, accompanied by welcome

them, as the delay in transit on the dressed and information received. event was in honor of Miss Stanford, of i membership of the Church. showers of rain.

,..;ij."... steamer caused them to "open their -Dr. E. S. Wiley has beautified his Sparta, Ga., who has been spending the I Captain Wilcox has returned from The steamer Kathleen, Capt. Harry

.. mouths." place by planting out some palmettoes winter with Mrs. Miller, of this place, Hodgson in command, left for points up
fJI : :f.. Lake Harris, where he went for the
"' : along his sidewalk. Rev. Sydney Wilbur and left this morning for some place in the river Monday. -
f' -It is reported on good authority that steamer to be used between this place
t of the Louisiana, where she to visit her
has also palms goes
some cabbage
"*"*.1 land has been purchased by a New York and Melbourne Beach. We understandthe Hodgson.Bros. are building a ways for
his lot in South Titusyille. sister.
,' near the Haulover canal for planted on boat is on the way, but (twill have to the steamer Nyanza, to be located jOlt r

erecting a hunting lodge and club house -Attention is called to the new advertisement -Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brady and Miss come around outside.Mr. west of their new general store.

built another winter of our hardware merchant, Mr. Emma Bours, of Jacksonville, who has
which is to be ere -
on, 0. S. Bogue and family arrived Captain Carey will leave shortly for
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arrives. F. T. Budge, this week. Several lines of been spending a few weeks with Mrs.
-, season last week, and were accompanied by Rochester, N. Y., where business engage-
.t' new goods have recently been receivedat Brady, left on the steamer St. Lucie Tuesday
::(: -Mr. Geo. W. Mackenzie, of Titus- several friends. :Mr. Bogue states that ments demand his presence.
his store, to which he invites inspec- afternoon, for a trip to Lake Worth
ville, who has for the past few months the damage by frost in other portions of
tion. Their start was made in rather showery Captain Bradley and lady, also Mr. and
been in Jacksonville, has succeeded in I the State which he has visited is
'c : weather, but the bright sunshine of yes- Mrs. Foote, arrived in the steam yacht
.; securing a pension from the government -Mr. and Mrs. George F. Ensey and great. He can see 'but little trace of
Sassacus intend
terday and to-day will make up for the aQd making this harbor
["t for injuries which he received to his eyesight family started down the river Tuesday disagreeable start.A frost here.Shortly. their home for'some time.
during the war. The pension was morning for their home at Tropic, where
after the schooner was seen so
awarded last week. they will reside for some time in the cot- fine hunting and fishing location, Mrs. Wesson, who left a short tim

: The Robinson Crusoe, that started tage Mr. Ensey has had built the past two miles west of Lake Worth postoflice, close to shore a week ago, some persons since for Palatka, will return to Eau
working on Mr. J. H. Phillips' place at
J Gallie in and
Lake Sunset be had at July spend the summer
winter. on can a reason
for cruise down the river, with a party
a East Melbourne picked up a boat on the
f. of five gentlemen, returned here late on -Mr.: L. C. Oliver started Mondaynoon able price by the right party. As a ocean shore, which had several holes with her daughter, Mrs. Trafford.

Sunda .nigbt. Three of the party left for Jacksonville and points in headquarters for a sportsman's club it' stove in her Iwttom. Considerable lumber R. P. Blatch is'now ready for'taking

next day for Tampa, on their way to Southern Georgia, expecting to be absent cannot be beat in the State. It consists of was washed ashore also. land-clearing contracts. A -fine Texas

I. Cuba ; one left for New Orleans, snd the about a week. During his absence his some fifty acres of yellow soil, pine tim- Ranger steel plow arrived for the above-
bered and suitable for fruit and Mr. H. Argue will move into the Bleak
vege- named the
in gentleman during
other remained here to indulge more lumber interests are entirely in charge olMr. present
table raising, and is partly cultivated.For House this week so as to be more convenient week. .
::' hunting and fishing. : E. C. Thomas, his valuable assistant.
particulars address John F. High- to the property lie is improving on
There was a large gathering at the -Miss Susie F. Brown, who has been smith, Lake Worth, Fla. the bluff. Fee & Nesbitt have the pipes The poultry business is booming.

I* house of Mrs. M. P. Bobbins Monday teaching the public school at :Mims this all laid and hydrants put in, so the Major Aspinwall has resigned the positionof

: -evening, of the Indian River L. A. M. B. winter, started for Jupiter yesterday, -The Indian River L. A.1.. B. S. whole six acres can be thoroughly manager and confines himself strictlyto

Society. The reading of Bellamy's famous where she will instruct a class in pen- met Monday evening, Mrs. M. P. Rob- watered. the other branches of his varied business -

book, "Looking Backward," by Rev. manship during the coming month of bins occupying the chair, and :Mr.: Geo. *.
of evening's M. Robbins the vice-chair. A very good Last Friday :Miss Lyman's Sunday
Sidney was part April. Mr.: Alfred Trafford, who is in partnership
School class at the
supplementedby programme-comprising reading, vocal enjoyed a picnic ocean
entertainment, which was and instrumental -The steamer Georgiana started down and instrumental music and recitationswas beach. :MrsF.. H. Fee and :Mr. and with Mr. J. 0., Walton, has undertaken .
several songs, the river Sunday morning, towing the enjoyed by those who were present. Mrs.: Branch accompanied the class. The the charge of Capt. Carey's prop-

'i selections. dredge-boat Chester to the shoal channel The following was the order of events lunch was spread at Mr. Branch's cot- erty during the owner's absence tho com-

-:Mr. Frank E. Heath left for New in Indian River Narrows. The Chesterwas 1 during the evening Reading, Rev. Sidney tage, and was welcome after the invigor- ing summer.

York Tuesday, having been engaged anchored here three days last week;, Wilbur; pianoforte solo, Mrs. J. P. ating baths and draughts of salt air. The Hodgson Bros, manage to keep their

since November last at Dummitt Grovelooking the, awaiting a chance to be towed down the Turner ; song, Mr. C. II. Walton ; instrumental party returned after dark tired, but have steamer busy. Among the arrivals per
and shipping
after the grove amounted river. music, Miss Kate Mussenden, ing had a pleasant time. Kathleen, on Saturday last;from Tropic,

.. crop of oranges;which with this prospects year for a -Rev. John T. Huntington and his recitation, Dr. "". S. Graham ; pianoforte John McAllister, the Eau Gallic arto- were noticed Miss Willie May,Miss Mable-
to larger over 2,000 the coming, season. Mr. Jno. son, John W., started to Aurantia Monday solo, :Mr. E. P. Wacer ; song, Mrs.E. sian well-linker, is engaged at City Point Bryan, Col. Casper and others.

S. Ferguson crop who has been at the grove morning. The former expects to return B. Wager; serenade, Messrs. Raney sinking a well. He seems to be the Capt. Treutler, accompanied by Capt

for the ,four is still in charge. to his home in Hartford, Conn., this and Cameron, and Miss Kate Muasenden: ; champion well driller, having put down John Houston and W. J.N fI:>iu, left for
past years week. His many friends in this section duet, Dr. W. S. Graham and Mrs. E. B. thirty-eight well in about ten months, points down the Indian river Saturday

-Quite a scare was occasioned among Hotel were very glad to see him, and regret Wager; selection from Little Tycoon, the depth varying from 150 to over 400 last via steamer Maggie Dillon. This
the guests of the Indian that he made his visit here so short this Mrs J. P. Turner. There were twenty- feet. Nearly every orange grove or vessel has been very much improved by
about seven o'clock' Monday evening, season. three present. The next meeting is :Monday truck gardener is wishing for a well to our boat-builders, Captain McFaddenand
an alarm'of fire However, when all are requested to
the Simonson and Dreyer re evening, irrigate his crops, and orders are numer son Roy.
when cause Messrs.
ment was quickly over I be present at eight o'clock sharp, and to '
the Banana River last Saturdaywith ous. Captain Bennett has completed a substantial
on turned from .
was discovered. A lamp
I It keep their seats during the entertainment
balcony to throw light on the sidewalk, Mrs. S. P. Blake, Mrs. J. P. Blake landing for his fine row boats,
_' was filled too full with kerosene, andS and Mrs. Teel, on the Yankee Doodle, From the Land of Flowers. which are often used by parties requiring

: exploded. No damage was done other this party having spent about three days Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29, 1889. something that ,can be rowed without .
La exhaustive labor. Try a row on the
than the destruction of the'lamp. viewing the Banana River section. From Grange. Mr. A. B. GIRARDEAU, Savannah, Ga.
i Zellers came on Mr. Dreyer we learn that the Wesson or- Mrs. Albert Faber and child, of City DEAR SIR:-I have fully tested the river, the charges are extremely low-for
John up
-Captain week with a manatee ange grove was burnt by the forest fire, Point, have returned home from a visitto Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic you the class of boats. ,
of last I
Wednesday be- mentioned last week, including also the friends in this vicinity.The sent me and hare to report 15 cases of
which he had captured three weeks Chills and Remitting Fever that it has
fore in the St. Lucie River. This one is house on the place. Canaveral city received closing entertainment of School cured. Not one failure. With some NOTICE

of med umteize' weighing about 7001bs. some damage by many of the No. 1 will be given at the church Tues- experience as to the demands of Georgiaand I* hereby given that six months after
.. On- stakes locating the surveyed lots being Florida, and especially in the south- the first: publication of this notice I will
length. of week.
in next
and measuring nine feet Several other places have day evening eastern part of this State, I know.of no present my final accounts and apply ta .
'' V three species of the manatee were ever destroyed.been damaged more or less by the Uncle Hall, the children's missionary, remedial agent so worthy of general use the County Judge of Dade County for
one o fwl also it is final discharge as administrator of
Zellers Whoever originated a
i fcfown daptaln says as yours. my
is now extinct. TheCa fire Suits have been instituted against of Melrose, was with us Monday, entertaining public benefactor. Yours truly, the estate of August Ham late of Dada j
ret ena) in
Ormond, Captain Hutchinson,' the owner of the thechildren at the school-house S. F. GOVE, County, Florida, deceased.
r" taiD' left 'on Monday for this stranded yacht Dashaway, for the loss to the forenoon, and'the general public at| Missionary Florida Baptist Country on HEIXRICU DABS,
where: he will exhibit for individuals, by the fire. the church the evening. l'I Indian river and i its vicinity. Administrator.

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t .2 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 27: 1890.'t' I fl


his purpose and shot and killed him. Is Life Worth Living? CARDS. ,

They escaped, but were overtaken by a Not if you jro through the world a dys- OKOBBS: M. BOBBINS, WALTXK a t.
whom they beat off after wounding VMJU-
posse *
President Brerard
THE INVASION feecj. Brenrd
eptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets Ak laM
two men. They then escaped to the Abstract Co. trtctJCo.
A swamps. are a positive cure for the worst forms of

r Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency and ROBBINS & GRAHAM,
TO KILL HIS FATHER.A Constipation. Guaranteed and sold b.Dixon .

Of the Cherokee Strip By Thousands South Carolina Man Pays Two Negroes & Gray, druggists. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, pert

S5OO EIM"fa to Do It. P. O. Box 250, TITTJSVILLE, Brevard Co., Florid

; of Boomers.Troops CHARLESTON, S. C., March 22.-The We Can and Do Circuit Will practice and in the in all Supreme the onntiea Court of Special tLe feTentH fccm.

trial of Robert James, who hjred two Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, ties for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles

Sent After Them to negroes to murder his father in order for it has been fully demonstrated to the Correspondence Grants.solicited Money from to Loan CWmanta&ndBdn y f
that he might inherit his estate, has been to Spanish liD sli.
Hold 'Em In Check, people of this country that it is superior
concluded. It was proved that James t o all other preparations for blood dis- L. GAULDEN, .&1
gave the negroes $'iOO each for their .
It is for
positive philitic
ases. a
But They Have" No Retarding KfTect OB bloody work, and the jury found him poisoning Ulcers Eruptions cure and; Pim fa'I
guilty of murder in the first degree. He ,
the Movement" The Invaders are p Ics. It purifies the whole system and
was remanded for sentence. Titusville, Florida.
z Armed ant It 1* :Sot Likely They Will horoughly builds up the constitution 1'1'l

. V* Ousted at All-Stampede of Cattle NEWS IN BRIEF. For sale by Dixon & Gray; druggists. A. M. THRASHER,

oo Sight *>f the Thousands of People. Condensation of Interesting Item HI
Can't Sleep NightsIs fief'.q
Claims staked Out.\M saltlecte. :I ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW.

ARKANSAS CITY,Kan.,March 19.-"On It is reported that e New York syndicateis the complaint of thousands suffering P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, ITJL .
Will in all the counties of
practice the
to the strip." That was the signal for the willing to help Wanamake in the establishment from Asthma,Consumption,Coughs, Circuit and Supreme Court. Seventh| ..,
of a postal telegraph system. you ever try Dr. Ackers Englishiemedy rSC"
invasion of the Cherokee outlet; by the
The shortage ot ex-Treasurer Hemingway, ? It is the best preparation ALLEN E. HEYSER, !
anxious boomers who have been
gath- of Mississippi, is said to be $3i ,(15.19. known for all Lung Troubles. Sold on
ered the border of the It
on strip The president has issued a proclamation a positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by; .-
echoed around the outlet from midnight ordering the Cherokee boomers off the Strip. Dixon & Gray, druggists.A AUorney-at.Law and ConTEya&er.Lake ,
until dawn Friday morning, and when I. Ttw question of admitting Idaho and Wyoming
the Bunrose over the promised land, the will bo considered in tins house Worth Dade County, Florida bI'bt
invasion, had fairly begun. All day the I March 25. Duty to Yourself.It Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade

long lines of canvaas-covered prairie A syndicate of Mexican capitalists propose is surprising that people will use a County lands

schooners,,with their many crews, drew building a hotel in the City of Mexico, to common, ordinary pill when they; can & ATKINSON
cost not less than $ ,OlOOOl valuable for the JONES ,
their lengths into the coveted land. secure a English one
A grand reunion of all soldiers who were same money. Dr. Acker's English Pills IE!:
Thousand of 'Km.
Twenty in the battle of Fort Saunders, is to be held Attorneys-at-Law lit
are a positive cure for sick headache and ,
It is estimated that from the different
Knoxville, Tenn., from September 9 to 12. .-
points of entrance fully 20,000 people Counsel of the convicted Cronin murderers all liver troubles. They arc small sweet, Titusville, Florida

have passed the border and half that decided not to ask for a supersedes at pres easily taken, and do not gripe. For sale -...

number staked their claims. The strip eut. They filed their bill of exceptions and by Dixon.& Gray, druggists.. J. T. SANDERS, It!

is invaded. the case will come up in May. JJ
The invasion came with a rush. No The Ladies Hollywood :Memorial associa- A Child Killed. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

one expected it, not even the settlers tion, of Richmond, Va., will petition the Another child killed by the use of Will practice in all ttietCourta! ot the Seventh Jo JIIt
themselves. The tenants of the strip, city council to have the hones occupied by dicial Circuit of Honda. :t;
in the form of
opiates> given Soothing
the Cherokee Live Stock association andy Jefferson Davis during the war preservedfrom NEAT AND PROMPT. P. O. Box.2:'5. TITUSVILLE,, FU.loneyto lei
Syrup. Why mothers give their chil-
the agents, were taken entirely un- destruction and turned :\ Loan. 11 ,
to the
over association -
a awares. Chief Mayes, of the Cherokee to be used dren such deadly poison is surprising
as a Confederate
museum tic
nation had placed at the disposal of the relics and memorial hatt. when they can relieve the child of its D R. L. T. DANIEL, tie

former a contingent of Indian police to The question of admitting Idaho and peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's -FOli- rl

drive out occasional settlers,but this was Wyoming will be considered in the bouse Baby Soother. It contains no opium or DENTIST, ".
entirely too insignificant a force to oppose MarchSS. I morphine. Sold by Dixon& Gray, drug

the invaders, and they were power- A peculiar religious sect in Elliott gists. COCOA, ; ;_ FLOBIDA,
county, i
less to cope'with the stream of immigrant .
Ky., known as "Bobby Greeners," do not; s
invasion observe the Sabbath. In summer they carry VI.D.. L. DODSOX, "
Troops Uneles bushes over their heads to keep off the sun I JOB PRINTING t1

The government, so far as known, had and iv oar sandals in preference to other foot FOE SALE, DENTIST, ,.
taken no precautions to arrest a possible gear.
movement of the settlers, and it was not Eulogies on "Father" Kelley were pro- THE ELEGANT TITUSVILLE, FLOHIDA
r. until early }riday morning that the military noui-oel the house Saturday by Representative Aching teeth filled and paved without destroying 1&k

appeared upon the scene. Capt. O'Neill, :McKinley, Holman, Milk RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF 5 the fully.nerves.Roots Teeth crowned with subxUntully.abe tlllt'S treated FUtt raceem.of

Burbank, in command of a small force Cannon, McKenna, Reyburn and others. 6UCII A& pure Para gum. Broken Plate mended. Ba<8j .
of United States regulars at Oklahoma It is now thought that the worst of the fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted paiafetvy .
City, marched his force into the strip lower Mississippi flood is over. L.. E. BARNES, Office on Washington avenue. 8TTTALTER i

Thursday night to stay the progress oft A bill, combining the Australian If
the boomers, having been so ordered by with control of elections by the general system ROCK LEDGE, FLA., S. GRAHAM, )[. D.
telegraph. So far as known the force ]
government boon introduced in
} had no effect in retarding the movement con Containing Seven and One-Third LETTE -IIE.DS.l"OTEUE.DS, Office Consultation, $1.00. .
although nothing ot the movements Acres of Land fronting on Indian River. Visits in Titusrille $:.00. .
w->rid's fair will open April 0,182 IL.
of the military has been beard and cke the October following.A Large Roomy RESIDENCE elegantly Calla between. 10 p. m. and 6 a. m.will be charged t
since Thursday At least every bill a-'nending the interstate finished.: Also a Three-Room double rates.Obstetrical
that started from commerce cases, and cases outside the Corporation .1 1
body here there. COTTAGE and Outbuildings.
got One of
law, ui-dorbtood; to have the approval of the are positively declined. 1
Stampede of Cattle. commgi.XL, has been introduced in congress. the; most desirable places in Rock Ledge BILL-HEADS,

On entering the strip the cattle grazing hammock. J F. LEWIS,
there looked upon the unusual secene House committee on military affairs will For price, terms, etc., apply to
with alarm turned tail and fled a stampede introduce a bill to revive the office of lieu
ensuing which the cowboys ,zcharge tenant general of the army for the benefit of Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla. Civil EBEineer aId Surveyors
were unable to either check or Gen. s. hcfieid STATEMENTS,
TitusUlle Ma.T .
controL The cattle fled five or six miles No lottery will be allowed in Indian terri ,

before the invaders from the north, where tory. B. BURCI1FIELD
they were met by the boomers who were The effort to prove bribery in connectionwith Drugs Drags Drugs CIRCULARS, ? ,

'coming in from Oklahoma. Between the Da.kote.lottery bill was a failure
these two fires they were driven east and Oscar Hill, of Clay county Ala., died of COUNTY SURVEYOR.

west. Arriving on the strip the settlers hydrophobia, caused by the bite of a ne- FOLDERS, Orders by mail will receive as prompt
disembarked from their schooners and
gro.The attention as calls in .
staked their claims. sugar schedule, as fixed by the 1IcKin- A Fine Assortment of : Berson.Address
ley committee, has stirred up the opposition : Georgiana, Fla.
4 The court RUE P. ELY,
to Follow an Army Cuptalu's supreme lot Wisconsin has decided LA
Adrloe-A Proclamation un&niuionary that the Bible bas no PATENT MEDICINES,

St. Louis, March 19.-The following place in the schools of that stag PROGRAMMES, Notary Public for the State at Large.
An old Lang Island lady named Hewlett SYRINGES: ,
was received from Topeka Saturday whose life was wrecked by ditoappolntQ1lQt Justice of the Peace, 17th Oist.

p morning: The boomers who made Cakl in love, died ia rrisery and squalor \\ifch STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET STREA3IERS, CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof
-well their rendezvous have arranged to $25,000 in her bed. ARTICLES

move on to the strip next Sunday in aocordance The farmers of South Dakota: aro prepar over 30 years' experience. Natural
with a proclamation issued by ing to begin their spring plowing and they Kept constantly!; on hand. DODGERS, finish a specialty.

their captain, .1:. \\ Nyce, mayor of state that the ground is in much better condition Physicians' Prescriptions ] Melbourne, Florida. 8
CaldwelL: Copt Burbank, U. S. A., than a year ago. Too frost is almost carefully
has been at Caldwell endeavoring to entirely out, and several falls of snow recently compounded at all hours. N A U AN'S

persuade the colonists to delay thei have given tlw ground sufficient BUSINESS CARDS,
march until the government snail give moisture to insure good crops. J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
its formal consent.Thecolonists The committee ways the world's fair will

,however,are determined, open April 80, ISO: and dose Oct. 20 follow TITUSVILLE, FLA. WEDDING CARDS, THE PIONEER AGEXCY.
.and Capt Nyce says they will move ing.
Sunday if they have to fight their way OM state capital of Georgia sold Tussle For terms and sample. copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN

'through. Capt Burbank has only: a for l'1.3yo0.Crimes C. JHardware. :SECTOB.: VISITING CARDS, ,

small troop at his command and has and C1\IfqIUt'Nh Titusville P. O., Erevan county, Fla.HOUSE .
telegraphed for reinforcements, which An Indian who got drunk and murderously and
M .k is reported are now ou their
way assaulted
a squaw at a the
camp on
from Fort Leavenworth by special train. Red river Will burned alive. 'V\T. R. KNOX,

They're: Well Armed. Two houHQs were destroyed and three per_ General Produce BEND YOUR ORDERS AND SIGN PAINTER,
TOPEKA Kan. March W. sons killed and four injured by a landslide
t Friday
N. Y.
near Troy,
night it was estimated that 20,000 MERCHANT. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
peoPIe Part of a bridge fell at Glean Falls, N. T
have entered the
; strip, amthat -TO TSBFLORIDA-
Two men at work on it were drowned and Any and all kinds of work done with the broab.
all the troops that can be concentrated Melbourne Florida Special
several are missing. attention to inside finishing. f SHAVING mo 40
there cannot drlthem
out, as
Mrs. Olsen and her BOIl got life sentenced
they have armed with
gone Winchesters
at LaCrosse,, for the lynching of BOUGHT THE INDIAN
shotguns and revolvers STAR
t proposestay. to OLsen. A. FROSCHER, RIVER BAKERY

"Brocky" Smith, murderer of Mrs. Byron TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA 1 "We will Keep on Hand Every Day
8prm Up M If Of Magkv at Cincinnati, has been sentenced to hang

POMCO, LT., March 19. A correspondent July 17.Three. Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden JOB PRINTING OFFICE, FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES
who left Guthrie Frida persons were killed by cars at a railroad ,
i norning, with a band of boomers: found crossing near Jackson, Mich. Coffins Cases and Caskets ETC. ALSO
en arriving here Friday afternoon a cit V Two men were blown to pieces by a

t of 5,000 people which had sprung up &s if boiler explosion near Carbondale, Pa., SatFunerals attended if desired. All orders Bottlers of -Sodawater GingerAle
by magic lib already doing a thriving urday. promptly executed'and at reasonable rates
business with hastily improvised hotelS Alfred Russ tabbed Mary Harding, his Embalming done. .
and grocery stores. Gamblers are hen reputed wife, at Washington, D. C., with a and'otbef Drinks.ALL .
in full force and every description of knife, and also Warren Johnaou, who inter ,

gambling device is on the groun d. fend, and mode his escape. The woman NOTICE. ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT.

Numerous tights have occurred, but noaerious will die with tweuty-two horrible wounds In Circuit Court of the Seventh JudicialCircuit ATTENTION.S. .
trouble has arisen, although A 12-ynar old eon of & D. Chambers! ?
t very one is heavily armed. highly rwpeoted farmer of Madison county, of the State of Florida, Dade A. BELCHER & COMPACT,
N. c., accidentally shot aad instantly killed County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery
Proclamation from the PreMden his mother Monday.i Albert M. Field ) PROPRIETORS,

WASHINGTON, March !S+.-The pree vs. V Divorce FLA.
en.Mwonga Leahretta Field J
; dent has issued a proclamation ordering king of .
Uganda, who has &(>
the bill in said suit filed and
intruders the Cherokee
strip to leave oepted Christianity k the man who used to
as the lands still belong to the Indian have a few wives slaughtered before breakfast due proof made, as appears by the affil NOTICE.

And not to the United States. The Ok1&- now and tbea. IN has also killed a vit of complainant to the same, showing; LAND OFFICE,GAINESVILLE FLA.
that the said defendant resides out of sale }
homa bill rfow number of mifldonaries. His Feb. 5tb 1890.
pending in congress, reformation ,
it is ordered that
does not affect the status of these lands. gives civilization a great boost in Africa.: hereby a hearing Notice Is hereby given that tbefollowIngnamed -
be had the facts in said bill
-, An epidemic ,resembling mflueua Js on charged on settler has filed notice of his
DEPUTY SHERIFF MURDERED. spreading in India.A the first Monday in April, A. D. 1890, and Intention to make final proof In support

Paris paper confirms the au moemen that said Leahretta C. Field do appear. before of his claim, and that said proof will fee
Work of Sap| o e
Ark. between France and Great Britain regan in April, 1890, and plead or answer :to or In his absence Clerk of said court at

MORRILLTOX, Ark.,March 23.Deputy ing the New Foiindland fisheries. said bill and defend against the same and Titusville, Fla. on April 8th, 1830, rizi:
Sheriff James, of this place, was murdered It is announced that all Russian import the facts charged therein and to do further Stephen Ellis, LaGrange. Fla., Hd.
in cold blood atGermantownMoo* duties will,be raised three months be ce. and receive what said court shall consider 12337 for theS.E.IY. E.f X.E.ofS.E.

day night He saw two men in The village of Gampel Switzerland, has in said cause. i, Sec 15, T. 21 S., K.34 E. He-name the
near town, and, believing they camp been almost totally destroyed by fire. FW1y Done at Chambers at Tavares this 9th c, t following witnesses to prove his e nttr.-
three-fourths of the buildings of theo day of December A. D.1889. of
pUce uous residence culUvajton
wanted for a safe Dover upon.and
of ;
burglary attempted :: 0'
were burned. The JOHN D. BECOME .
is said
to arrest them. He was armed very heavy. 1I&my land, viz; _
with a shotgun, and had one attendant the villagers were injured. Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida ]in Michael English, Moses B. Xetzger

who was unarmed. He invited the men An earthquake shock WM experienced i a' and for the Seventh Judicial Circuit. of TUusvilte Fla.\ Lawrence J.Carwtet

to a saloon and they accepted the in- Bonn Tueoday. ALBERT F QUIMBY, Thomas J. CocksUutU of LaGr>cgetFU.
vitottaa While Jfaeway,they divined- Bismarck r .ignei, (fen. You Capri. 35 Clerk, Juno, Fla. 43 ALEX. LhCD)4 &w.
bat been ;w4 ..
named: t.Ue mcoewor* 4 *
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His Bond is said to -

:, iKANSAS FARMERS $3,500,000,the and he has represent assumed at control least, Indian River Steamboat Co. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA '
accepting ,
report of the investigating .' JT '\ / 'Co
committee on the true condition of the :i.

t.;1 t I office.Noland has The not resignation yet been of Treasurer Schedules in effect JA.... 27, 1800. A. B. CAMPBELL '$ /&$'

Address an Open Letter to TheirDelegation by the governor. formally aoqapted STEAMER ST. LUCIE, >

Leaves TTTUSVILLE Mondays Wednesdays Jacksonville, Fla. ? <::) -
; :; in Congress Ire and Stayoer Pren. ;j : "
Fridays for rF
if: NEw IORK March Jupiter. ; S% W\I
19. Ives
ner, after a year's incarceration in Lud- STEAMER GEORGIANA, Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines : '*

., Demanding Legislation for low jail, have compromised with their Leaves Titusrll1e daily at..6 am Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &, A\V rY Gii.. 4"

; Their Relief, creditors at five cents on the dollar, and Arrives at Melbourne.........._.....12 noon White Organs and Chicago Cottage < ... .( v. .8.'$$-: (!> ...

.. r', to the$SOOO bail has each.been reduced from $::i0,(a00( ( Returning: Organs.I (\v, !:J .. o ". They will give bail at will Bell and dDto Je c t
: Lad Shoving the Dire State of Affaire of once. This proceeding does not affect Leaves Melbourne...................12 noon station High GradePIANOS Deliver at your nearest V 7 .': '-"(: r "';Q'It. '!.''r.,....",..

f f the Agricultural Interests of the State.Hundreds criminal proceedings against them. Arrives at Titusville........;......... 6pm t\..... d".01:. .d.!'. .
\\i Ives says he will spend two Above daily : .p' v -
of Farms of Induatrbnsjanaen years abroad except Sunday. -$: Q
before again embarking in business. ;,> .
:Now la the Hand of Unscrn* STEAMER WHITE ... -
,..' 0 :.
polons Capitalists.TOFEKA Will Teach Englishmen How to Farm. Leaves Melbourne c ..o of
Kan., March 20.-The Farmers' LKAVEXWOBTH Kan., March The daily. : \ '

<. .A1Jiance has addressed an open letter Anglo-American Investment JC6T Connection is made at Titusville ": :c c :

r to the Kansas delegation in congress owning 500,000 acres of Kansas company farm, with trains of the J., T. & K. W. Sys- OR .t..IJ ': .' .

demanding the legislation for the lands, has bought the farm of Whitsed tem to and from all points North, and at e... ... .. 9'' "'".. I. ",, t4
; relief of the agricultural interests of the Laming, near Tonjanoxie, for $;3,000, Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (Smiles ''(:' ". e > ... o
The letter and will establish on it an agricultural ) where connection is made with 'i-v ,
state. saysc"We training school for the steamer "Lake Worth" ORGANSI"OR
young Englishmen for all landings -
call attention to the fact that
a with
enough means to Lake
buy on Worth.
eagle law firm in one city in southern farm. The school will company II
begin with 1/D(
Kansas now has the contract for the students. W. B. WATSON, Superintendent.
of 1,8X) I G. D. ACKERLY Gen.
foreclosure mortgages. This Pass. Agent. LES MONEY than
means l,8uO homesteads transferred HUNDRED AND FIFTY YEARS OLD. D. F. JACK ('T'nerallIanager. United States I Will ship any a other Piano bouse or Organ in the to

.. from the hands of so many industrious An Indian any honest man or woman on trial and it not
families to the hands of capitalists, Dies Who Is Supposed to A. L. Hatch satisfactory, I will pay freight both ways. $25
either domestic or foreign. Have Attained That Age.SAN & Son, cash and 110 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and
f5 a month
on an Organ till paid for-not much
"The foreclosure of these mortgages is FRANCISCO, March SI.-The In- DF.ALERSINDRY more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
in accordance with a preconceived purpose dian known as Okl Gabriel"' died at the terms anyone can own a instrument Send for .... tiA1E K t
to gain possession of these farms FREE CATALOGUE containing full information.
county hospital at Salina yesterday. GOODS NOTIONS Sheet Music Strings,Violin. Banjos, Guitars, Ae>
and people them with a more servile There is no record of his birth, but cord eon I, and in fart, every Musical Instrument FROM SEW YORK CITY.
tenantry imported from foreign lands when the Franciscan missioneries that is made and at very low prices. Send for com. OMr. A. H. Hawkea-Dear Sir: Yocr PATCCT
for this especial purpose. Foreclosureand came Hardware plete Catalogues. I bare 20.000 pieces of Choice EYE GLASSES received sometime since and am j'
evictions to California, more than a century ago, Crockery, Saddlery, Mnelc at 10 cente: er copy. very ranch gratified at the wonderful change that '
are taking place
many parts of the state, and we need very old Gabriel was then a grandfather,and, Stationery,, Family Medicines A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5 my has old come glasses over,my and eyeaight am now since wearing 1 baTe:ours.AuXUDU discarded. i

not go all the way to Europe to witness as far as can be learned by tradition, it Garden Sebds, Aoas

scenes of cruelty in matters of this kind. is believed he was born about the year CHOICE J. Me. _. TT_ .1STER: AU Secretary fitted at the Stationer Dnt*Store Board of of Trade.

All over the state the homes of our people 1740, and had reached the age of J50 GROCERIES, __-==EAU GALLIE, .- :5 DIXON k GRAY. TTTUSYILLE FLA.a v. ,

are imperiled. They are struggling years at the time of hw death. Gabriel Hay Corn Is a:
I adverse circumstances and Mapes Fertilizers. prepared to Sink ARTESIAN 3
against never used liquor or tobacco, and led a WELLS
r almost against hope to sustain themselves peaceful life. He had children and CITY POIXT, FLORIDA. at any place between Georeiana

until relief shall come. grandchildren by the score, but outlived and St. Lucie ; 7oc. per foot to 300ft.
"The people believe that these conditions Will contract to depth.
r them all, and no direct descendants survive PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup any
o' are largely due to vicious legislation. him.

They have been promised by each Barrels $2.25. an
All Ian
of the political parties that something AGENTS H ICU firm; profits
would be done for their relief, but both Gauged to order, ten cents extra. Sample free. A rare op

fi parties have been tried and both have Wheelwrighting and portunity. Geo. A. Scott, 842 B'way, N. Y.
thus far failed even to attempt any Repairing.C. .

I measure contemplating a betterment of c i O. B. AGENTS WANTED iest and finest fabrics HOW?
the condition of the industrial masses. TO SELL PINLES3CLOTHESLINES NO without pins. A
They have seen that while they have Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers ; Clothes do not "Can the world know a man has a good

been compelled to sacrifice their products from 82.00 up. freeze to it and of thlar-Yamaaurr.unless he adrertiaea. the poaacaaioa f

tn many instances absolutely below nomoreclothes-PINS cannot blow off. ......... -
cost of production, in order to procure Tanksand It is a perfect I

the common necessities of fife, and all kinds of COOPER WORE order. winter line. Sample line sent by mail for
in the effort, in many cases unsuccessful 50c., also 50ft. line by mail 81.25 prepaid. It' *
'. to keep the sheriff from invading their T. JOHNSON, For circulars, price list, terms, address the

-, homes, their representatives m congress LaGrange, : : Florida. PINLESS CLOTHES LINE CO.
are engaged m the consideration of 17 Hermon St., Worcester, Mass. RiII!
] every imaginable question except such WRITE US
questions as contemplated relief to the xq w

distress of their constituents. There are 1 BANK wherever you live,ami

'J measures which the farmers demand a we will ship you. s
1 shall have immediate attention. These fine instrument
on isDays'
1 relate to questions of money, of trans.Vartation. 1
and" of the ownership of American FINE SHOW GASES.OSAsk AND STORE FIXTURES Test Trial hat
lands. own
:.. The letter then goes on to say: "The TERRY M'PG catalogue. .
distress of the people is crying aloud for NASHVILLE TEHN. TENN

., relief. They believe that very many of ..

the questions that are receiving the attention ..inra+,.
of congress are far less urgent FINE SHOW CASES

than those upon which the safety of
their homes and the welfare of their -A.T LOWEST
'; families depend. They believe that the What the day, month or year when he PRICES

-' white citizens of Kansas have some was born was no one knows, but the Also Wall and Prescription cases,Cedar both you hare if instrument tested and faih approred. Our.frtf '
way to plate ta duer:
;,- .' rights as well as the colored citizens of somewhere in what is nowrulaere Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays style price or quality. Oun the rink years only
the south. They believe that fallen county. lIe removed when he and Stools. Cabinet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and to give fair and full teat, and bay if fully pleased ,

heroes, both white and black, in past was still a child to Monterey. In 1770 Banks. Catalogue free. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta, Ga.
struggles for liberty and the perpetuityof Father Juniper Serra went there, and it 40,000 Southern Homes
our institutions afford to wait for is well authenticated that at the time of
Supplied by ni since 1870 ou this TEST TRIAL
one moment until the -rights of living his arrival Gabriel was a grandfather. MALLORY'S PLAN first introduced in the South by oa. Fairest
' s heroes in the present struggle for Amer- Indians never marrv before they are 15 YORK-FLORIDA LINES. method of sale possible,and a great benefit IB
ican homes receive some recognition by years old. If Gabriel= married at that those at a distance: who cannot visit oar ware tooma

the men who have been chosen to represent age he could not have been less than 33 ALL RISK
them "in Behind these or 33 years old in order to have grand- SAVEDBy
demands are more than lOu.OOO ballots children at the time of Father Junipero New York, Philadelphia Boston & Florida. this trial plan and purchasers absolutely
in the state of Kansas, and the time is Serra's arrival. lured perfect instruments at the very lowest

4 L coming and is not far distant \Vi. n leg- Father Junipero taught Gabriel with Sailing from I FERNANDIXA, Fla., Every THURSDAY.: possible made cost.,that Selling will stand only the the most best severe Instruments asxl-

: islatorswill heed the voice of their con- other Indians the art of cutting and lay- J NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 m. comprehensive tests,we do not fear to send them.ron
stituents." ing stone in the years of 1771 and 1772, p. trial and let them stand solely on their merits.
and-Gabriel took part in the construction IRON STEAMERS All we ask is the privilege of freights P lg oa approval.
**. Rip VAN WINKLE OUTDONE.A of the chapel on the site of the present No suit,no pay. Our if we faiL

Carmeh'te on, below Monterey. In Rio Grande,
Man Stays Away From Bin Dome I 1781 l>e helped lay the walls of the San Capt. Connor. EASY TO BUYFrom

Nearly Ttilrty Years. Antonio mission, which still stands. Ho
us by correspondence. No matter whether a
OSHCOSII, Wis., March 17.-FntzJabusch was then living with his second wife. 'State of Texas, you live either ten or a thousand miles from M
J walked into the house of his Another proof brought forward of I Capt.lvilliama.City Ve ship to all Southern States. Oar system to 1 1
perfect.: Prices in plain print and alike to alL
relatives in this city yesterday, after an "Old Gabriel's1 age is the testimony of One price only. No more, no less. Large
absence of nearly thirty years. The story Father Sorrentini and Bishop Amat, who of San Antonio: Discounts from maker prices All competition ,
R he reached :Monterey in l 4.He was met. Complete outfits free. All fmrfcC i
told for he
was a most one, Capt Wilder. installments.
paid. Easy Every inducement that
then married to his sixth wife, and was
had long been mourned as dead. In 18G3Mr. any fair dealing house can offer.
Jabuech enlisted in the army and by many years the senior of all the old Passengers from Titusville, Indian River, and East Coast poi ta, arriving in Jacksonville from J.. T. ,
w went to the front His relatives heard inhabitants. He was then spoken of &advertised E. W. Railway make connection with mowing and afternoon traiua for Fernandins and Steamers a" Write for Valuable Information. .

?y from him regu}.:ri? until in the Bummer as being 110 years ok!. Passengers arriving Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be cared for at Fernandina. Catalogues, Circulars, Special
L of 1863, when his fetters ceased, after abattle A widely known old lady of the name SCHEDULE FOR MARCH Fall OrTers-1889.:
in which his regiment had been of Castro who died five years ago at the LEAVE Ew'Y01Ut. STEAMERS: LXATK: FB&iuIDnL Copy of new
r age of U5, in testifying to Old Gabriel's Friday. Feb. 38th STATE OF TEXAS, Thursday, Varch 6th Paper"harps and Flats"-
engaged. His parents, of course, supPosed Old Friday, March 7th RIO GRANDE, Thursday, 13th
I him age, said that when a child she saw '. ALL FREE. Address
dead. Friday, llth STATE OF TEXAS, Thursday 20th
Gabriel, and that at that time be had Jlst RIO GRANDE, "
Be BOW states that he was left for Friday, Thursday, 27th
L dead on the battlefield was found children several years older than she Friday, 2Sth STATE OF TEXAS, Thursday, April 3rd
and For Genera information apply to :1
' rebel troops, placed in a hospital then was.Gabriel remained at Old Capitol until J, M. CUTLER, Gen. Pass Agent! 77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. LUDDEN ,
when he"recovered was imprisoned at G M. HUBBY Agent,foct of Centre street Fernandina, Fla.
i Libby prison. Here he reznpmed over a a few years ago: when he removed to Or to n. B. HERSEY, Indian Rtrer Ticket Agent, TitnrrUle. Fla. SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE
year until exchanged, and he found himself Salinas valley. Down to within two or C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y. 1
the without three years he was a familiar figure on
on Atlantic coast money SAVANNAH, CA.
and hundreds of miles from home. He the streets of Salinas City, but of late he .
; Cupped on board a merchantman for the was rarely seen, his trips from the hoeB'tal Olyd S-tea,m sb.ip Cc>. .. J
to the town becoming less frequent.
has East followed Indies as the a.sea common ever since.seaman He has and always fond of striking colors, New York, Charleston & Florida Lines. MY SON

acquired a competence, and decided kIettle > and for years wore a coat made of cloth "Deal with the men who advertise. Yots '1
all the colors of the ram-
down in his old home. representing will never lose by It."-BKX. FXAXKUX.
*i- Write L. &B.S.M.H.abootit.-Ca
Affaire lo Sevmna.
SAX FaA: cISOo, CaL. March fl.-Advices .

to The Chronicle from Apia report The Humor to Current Tfcat They Ae

everything quiet in th4 Samoan Islands. Ripe for a'Revolt

King Malietoa has not yet formed.a permanent NEW YORK, March 20.--A. pedal to \
government, preferring to '
The World from Tucson, Ariz., says:
arrival of the,chief justice provided
to The Star Globe
for in the Berlin treaty. A special dispatch
The wrecks of the Trenton and Van- says that rof some weeks the Tonto

o&lia are injuring the harbor the tidal Apaches at Charley Pan's camp on the

currents being diverted at times from Gila river, two"miles from the agency The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :
their natural course and driven with Rave been acting sullenly On >\\eb 18 Standard Time.)

force against the shore. Teacher Issue Clerk Jerry Borrows visited the and camp Industrial for the New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York. EtA01ES AVORf1tm

Mrs. Harrieoa Aided Him. purpose of issuing ration tickets to the Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Pier 29, E. River. Tuesday, Thursdays, Sundays.

C.PAR RS.ssstuo; W. Va., March 17.-F. Indiana. The officers noticed that the Monday, March 24, at 3 p m......SEMINOLE,.........Sunday, March 30, at 11:30 a m
Mason, a disabled veteran soldier number of Indians present did not tally
March 26 at 3 m..IROQL'015'fnesday. April 1, at 1:30 m
Wednesday, p p
jWs county, has just obtained a pension with toe number civen as entitled to 3 ......DELAWARE ......Thursday 3 at 3
All I peculiar Mason has been try- rations, and they demanded that' the Friday, March 23, at p m. ; : April pm
gg have bfc case pushed.He missing ones be produced. This did not I Monday, March 31, at 3 p m......CUEROKEE,......Sunday, April 6, at 5 a m
3 .....YEMASSEE,........Thursday April 10 at 8 a m
wrote to }[rs. Harrison statS suit the Tootos and some of the bucks I Friday, April 4, at p m. ,
his situation, and_ in a few daysevened he got their guns and requested the interprefer Monday, April: 7, at 3 p m.......J3EMINOLESunday, April"13, at 11 a m .
a reply giving him directions as to tell Burrows and Jerry that Wednesday, April I*, at 311 m........1ROQUOIS,........Tnesda'y; April 15, at I p m

to Where to joake hw anpealAs. a re- they had better return to the agency, Friday, April 11, at 3 p m......DELA WARE.Thurhd"ay, April 17,TU 2 p m 1NE

stilt of the lin In-1y's advice, Mason is which they did. On Saturday about Y0 OWO K AltAt ti lit tfs
t now enpliug Uie pcUaion. eighty of the Tontos were ooralled at theJ. For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to

-- San Carlos agency and they will A. LESLIE, 8npt. JacisooTUle; T. G. ZQrB. TrsSo tanager Bowling Green,Kev Tort;
ltl.wn?*. "w .' ,. .. Tren*ar r.
taken,to Fort Union for safe keeping.It JOHN L.nOWARD. F..F.A. Jacksonville. F. iL lROSlIO\GEB.F P.A.,.JacbonT1De. 23 UNI0N5GUARLN.X'11G
jQVns.- Crrv. Mo. March 17.- is that the Tontos were orl'-At t.ANYA.ti, ,ea -
: now thought WM. P. CLYDE &,CO. General Agents, 12 South \Thnre, Philadelphia I 5. Bow sztoutsua. oAtIAS.Ttxif
3 Governor frraacw has appointed Lon V.. ripe lot a ling Green. New York.. f; "" 1I.: _;; B'"
Stephens, .* Bo.n\ lle, states treasurer.

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THE FLORIDA STAR. and life if applied too heavily and in coast of Florida. There is no telling I gave the Republican idolprotectionaterrible of them- on principle. That principle

Contact. It is very valuable, no matter where this water comes from, but we submit drubbing. He said a protectivetariff has now been weighed and found lacking,

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. what name the chemist may give it, and' that there might be danger in: run- is a curse and not a blessing. "The its operation has tended to make the rich

Captain Paine informs us that thousandsof ning a heavy Pullman car over a country farmers," continued, 'of the United richer, and the poor poorer; and it is, for

ELLIS H..WAGER Editor and PnMisher tons of it areht. his land, easy of whose upper crust is liable' to breakthrough States do not receive on an average more that reason, incompatible with the existence -

ccess." at almost any .place. We are than ten cents a bushel for their corn, of genuine Democracy. And in
1.sO per Annum. credibly informed that from the basin of fifty cents for their wheat and from two spite of the Times- Union and its cast-iron

St. Augustine Neics: Mr. Rittenhouse Orange Lake 'the waters descend slowlyby to three cents a pound for their hogs. creed, we do not believe the farmers of

Entered&t the Post Office at Titutrilleat Ioore, of Mobile, president of the largest i three great vent-holes into the earth, The time will come, at no far distant day, Florida will long continue to buy undera

Second-Clan Matter. dredging company in the world, who has and are carried by underground channels to when the farmer will look upon the proposition high tariff and sell under a low one.

taken the contract to complete the East ; other basins.' 'Numerous springs,' as we to tax him and his wife and chil- Their Democracy will not adjust itselfto

[ THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor Coast Canal from this city to Lake are told, 'bursting from great depths, are dren for the protection and benefit of the thin theories of the schools, but
- Brevard county. Worth, is now at work widening the Indian found in different of the State and
parts other people as he would look upon a law continue on the even tenor of its way and
i,The Star baa the Largest circulation river cut. .The former canal is forty have led to the supposition that the partsof of Congress to establish the army worm find! in each new obstacle a new exercisefor

of any paper on the East coast of FIn.A feet in width, but according to the new the country in which they exist maybe and weevil on his wheat, or to infect his its exhaustless energy. And it is not

contract made with the State it is to be undermined by vast caverns.' Only cattle with murrain and his hogs with at all improbable that the same process
SQUARE one inch In space; 24 squares fifty feet wide. Two dredges are now at ;a
think of that !
make a column. I cholera. Every pretense of a home market of reasoning which has led them to de
advertising rates enquire of the Editor work, and the contractors are under bondto "We submit that Col. Calhoun is not for the farmer is a fraud, and every mand the imposition of a heavy duty on '

always enclosing____ atwo cent stamp.!. complete the canal within two years. warranted in continuing his journey to pretense of taxing wheat, oats and pota- oranges, will at no distant day lead themto
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spite toes for his benefit is a cheat and a sham.It again invite the charge of inconsis-
THE new tariff bill just agreed upon i Worth, will be 300 miles in length. warning, he shall persist in taking the [ is a notorious and self-evident truth tency by demanding the removal of the
I the Ways and Means Committee has Steamers' will be placed on the canal, and risks of in such k'
lay travelling a country, we that the tariff, as it now stands, increases dutyon lumber-duty which hasspurred
I a clause repealing the tax on snuff and St.! Augustine will be the northern terminus hope that he and his friends may make a : the farmers': expense account from 35 to on to renewed exertions the speculators g

giving farmers and planters growing tobacco for the line. Capt. W. B. Watson: happy escape. In the meantime,Charleston : 100 per cent. on every implement with who, under pretense of "developing" the

the privilege to sell to whomsoever manager of the Indian river line of should make the stay of the Calhoun which he toils.:: I do not see State, are stripping it of its forests at a
they please without restraint, just the steamers, to which two handsome new here all the for thereis
party pleasant how which
more the hand of a farmer can hold a Republican rate leads the Tim( Union, in a
f tame as a farmer disposes of any other boats have recently been added, hopes really no certainty that we shall eversee ticket at the next Presidential recent issue, deep into a paragraph of

I products of his farm. The duty on or- within two years to be able to extend the them again; and if our worst fears election. In the last twenty-five years unstinted praise. ,\ AI.DO.

: anges and lemons of l\ cubic feet or less service to this city. If a delegation should unhappily be realized it will be the; improved farm lands of the United .

i is 25 cents; in packages exceeding 11 andDotexceeding from this city is sent to Washington to delightful to remember that Charleston States have decreased in value at least 33 IVeiv York Market Review.

2J cubic feet, 50 cents per present the claims of St. Augustine for brightened up the pilgrimage of those per cent. Reported by G. S. Palmer, Commission

I package. Advances in .duties have generally her bar improvement, the strongest argue who, haying saluted us, went on to The Republicans of the House Ways Merchant, Fruits and Produce,
conceded where it has been ment will will be the fact that "
been they use Florida.
and Means Committee have finished their ICG Reade Street, N. Y.
will benefit the farmer the East Coast Canal will make 300 milesof
thought they We read with regret the above article tariff bill, and a nice mess it is. It is March 22nd. '."
1- coast line, along which the richest and from the Charleston aVs and Courier of claimed that it will make a reduction of Receipts of oranges for the week closing L
Herald entered its, most of Florida is
Palatka productive
TnE portion
upon the 24th instant. We think that the $60,000,000 per annum in the revenues of to-day, 19,376 boxe, about 10,000
last Friday and celebrated situated tributary to this ..
Kwenty-second year port. brilliant efforts of Charleston's leading the Government, and that one-half of it less than week previous. Indications

the event by issuing an eight-page "- citizens to do honor to their distinguishedvisitors will come off of sugar. Republicans are are that there will be a greater falling ,
[edition. The first issue of the was Col. Calhoun and His Friends. ,
paper are marred by the quill-driver of kicking like steers, and openly saying off in receipts next week, and we have Ir
on March 11. 1869. when Palatka had only "There is no earthly reason that we can the Xeics and Courier, who not only insults that they will not support the bill, and it every encouragement to expect a further

\600 inhabitants. River travel was very see why Col. John C. Calhoun and his a sister State, but directly insults is already plain that the bill cannot be advance in prices, especially on fancy ,
|light on the St. Johns in those days, and distinguished fellow-travellers from New I
the guests-telling them first that they passed by the House unless it is made a grades I
the steamers required ten hours' time York should'leave Charleston on Tuesday know nothing of Florida, but that theycan caucus measure, and even then its fate Selected Indian River oranges, $4 to

[from Jacksonville to Palatka. Bacon morning for Savannah,' and thence continue learn all by going to "school" i. e. to will be doubtful. Delegations from various ,$5 ; straight lines, $3.50: to $4 ; other o

tften sold at 23 cents a pound; su ar. their journey to Florida. Neithercan the Charleston Library. sections are coming on every trainto selections, brights, 2.75 to $3.75 ; russets ;
[cured hams 38 cents; corn $1.62 per we account for their desire to make a Wonders never cease Rut still herewe protest against some portion of the :::'-).50 to $3.'_)<-J ; Tangerines, $7
[bushel; meal $2.00, and flour $10 to $15 'tour through Alabama and the other must pause to laugh. We have the bill. to $S. I

[per barrel. When we chance to reflect Southern States to New Orleans.' As fortune to know something of Charlestonand 1 Strawberries in good demand, and receipts I.
lover the history of Florida even for only Col. Calhoun well knows 'there is -Entire stock of men's
no its inhabitants, and will say that the cassimere light, and selling at a range of S
twenty years, how great the change of place like Charleston,' and he should pro- city is passably fairly well situated, and pants, coats and vests, together with underwear 30cts to 40cts a quart. .

I improvement,and the question naturally test against his friends penetrating the while not quite healthy-yellow fever, I blankets, etc., etc., at cost. E. Grape fruit unsaleable, except fancy i
[suggests itself, where is there a section of wildernesses to the South of us. malaria, and country fever raging there, P. Branch, Melbourne. bright at $3.50. ,

i tho United States that has made greater "If the Hon. Abram S. Hewitt and Dr. and not quite safe from storms, cyclonesand -Don't forget that since the freeze Dr. With the exception of cabbage and

j improvement in less than a quarter of a ECeye and Dr. Olin and Mr. Hargous are earthquake, and sometimes in certain Dodson has fixed a schedule of prices to tomatoes, there is barely sufficient vegetables -

[ century than Florida? curious to learn something about Florida, portions from the scourge of sea correspond with the depression of hope, coming from Florida to establish

they will find any number of books of waves-is, however, made very comfortable and in accordance the supposed depletionof quotations. A few scattering crates of
HERE is another Florida Democrat that reference in the Charleston Library- for a stranger by the affability and pocket-books. Give him a call if you beans sold from $4 to $7 a prate; cucumbers J

] wants protection our home-grown or which, by the.way, is one of the oldest exertion of its inhabitants. They are, want work done and feel awful poor. $4 to $6; green peas, $3 to $6 ;

anges. It is the Orlando Record, and it and best libraries in the countrybearingupon indeed, a polished, refined and hospitable -Special attention is directed this beets,$1 to 1.50; tomatoes $1.50 to$3.50; .

says: "We can conscientiously and consistently the subject. It may be as well to people-sacrificing even their own com- week to the attractive advertisement of egg-plant, $5 to $8 ; cauliflower, $4 to

favor a tariff of fifty cents box explain, however, that Florida is the forts for the purpose of entertaining the Brevard County State Bank, locatedat $7 ; cabbage, $3.50 to $4.50.
Ion foreign oranges, for we think that Southernmost State of the American
strangers-and we always thought this Cocoa. Although this new bank has Many of the tomatoes have been picked -
amount would place home and foreign Union, that it was the fourteenth State was a spontaneous action of the Charles- only been opened about three months, its after the frost and are hard to sell. *
products upon fair competition with each admitted under the Federal Constitution.We .
Ionian, male or female Of late, however officers are greatly pleased with the business
other with the one decided advantage in are told by Mr. Dana's Encyclopediathat we conclude that there is a certain and which they !, In Circuit Court for Brcvard County and
patronage are now
favor of ,the home product of superiorityin "about the middle of the sixteenth
bias and underlying strata for this action, receiving. State of Florida. In Chancery.
quality. Consistency tells us that fifty century many Protestants: of France and this is to show Charleston to its best John T. Huntington ) r
joenta per box protection on oranges sought refuge in Florida, but only to ex- advantage and cover its defects. And Principles vs. Practice. vs.

would be just and fair; while it would perience greater evils than they had en- the Charlestonian generally succeeds To the Editor of the Florida Star: James Knapp, I
I not shut out foreign competition ft would The husband of Jose- .
dured at home.: In 1564 told
as we are
for what he cannot accomplish by civility, That illustrious disciple of abstract ,..
[ the cost of make phine Knapp, deceased .
equalize transportation, by the same authority, the Spaniards attacked good manners and accomplishment, he reasoning, the Times-Union, finds itself and the Childrenand ,
j the cost about the same on either home these refugees and hanged! them to will try to conquer by the expenditure uuable to accompany the orangegrowersinto Heirs and Devisees 'I "

or foreign production, and let the matterof trees with an inscription that they were of money and untiring attention-and if their fight against foreign competition. of said Josephine I ,', ,

superiority of production rest with destroyed 'not as Frenchmen but as heretics need be, cheek-gootl, brawny cheek. With the plain people of Florida Knapp, and against Order forR t

the consumer, thus allowing the two .' The narrative goes on to show that Now this is exactly what the editor of this is a plain question of bread and meator pMne Webster C. Webster, JosePublication..
(classes of producers and consumers to the immigrants who were left alive got the and Courier treats the Calhoun bread and no meat. With the Frances W. Darner

I enter the trade on an equality." even with the Spaniards by hanging a and Hewitt party to : "Don't go to Flor Times-Union it is a question of principle.It and James M. Damer, .. ..

"- whole garrison to the same trees 'not as ida. Oh, no No refinement wilderness believes in Florida, but not in protect her husband, and .g
IT is'stated.upon good authority that Spaniards but as cutthroats and murder- against Orloff M. .-
alligators, water-spouts, earth-sinks, ing Florida. Protection is wrong in Dorman, his Heirs
{the census, which is to be taken in June ers.' It is true that these !
interesting and danger of railroad trains running into principle; no result of its applicationcan and Assigns.
of this year will be completed by the events took place more than three hun pits." therefore be right in practice. Thisis
Whereas it by the bill of-
census department at Washington so the dred years ago, but we ask, in all seriousness Is this not the most egregrious cheek not logic, but its shadow; for resultsare complaint, filed appears in the above entitled!
result canbe announced by the first of if Col. Calhoun is warranted, with ever heard of ? To tell such illustriousand the scales: in which 'the world deter cause, that all of the defendants therein

August This will enable the present the facts before him, in taking his friends well-informed guests where and mines the value of theory. If the public reside without the State of Florida,
Congress to a new apportionment that the husband and heirs of Josephine
pass into such ?
a country when to go or not to go-especially when road be bad, shall we therefore condemn
bill under which the new House will be Knapp reside at Porto De Plata, in the
Among the natural curiosities of the they must needs be as 'well informed untried the public house at its end? Republic of Santo Domingo; that E. K.
elected November. Estimates
next now Laud of Flowers is the alligator, a large about the country or territory in questionas Shall we not rather mend the highwayout Webster resides at Fort Omaha, in the
(place the population of the United Statesat carnivorous, amphibious reptile, of the the precocious quill-driver himself I of the merits of the tavern ? The State of Nebraska; that Josephine C.
about 65,000,000, proportioned as follows Webster Frances W. Darner and James
saurian family. Thealligator, as we have And why all this pain ? Oh, you sly tool that does the best work is the best M. ,
New England States 4,500,000- Darner reside at York, Pennsylvania -
: ; reason to know, was formerly believed to fox, you did not want that party to visit tool, in spite of all the man who has put ; and that the residences of the .
Middle States 15,000,000Southern; States,, be identical with the crocodile the Old Jacksonville-that smart, young city, his money into the opposition patent may other defendants are unknown ; and]
(22,000,000; Western States, 23,500,000. World; but there have subsequently been with its fashionable and weU.kepthotels, the other defendants are themselves unknown -
[Supposing this to be correct,a comparisonwith say.But
to exist distinctions which indicate
its broad, clean streets, azure sky and what was best yesterday is worst
[ the last census would show the And whereas it appears further, that .
generic differences. The
generic characteristics balmy air; and you did not want them to to-day, and no man uses the same tool said bill is filed for the purpose of effecting
increase in the Western States
[greatest of the family are long, flat heads, behold the St. Johns with its flower-laden forever. To do so is consistent, but consistency a partition of the north fourthof -
[with the Southern States just a little thick necks and bodies, protected by banks; nor St. Augustine-the oldest cityin is the virtue of those who have the William Garvin Grant in section
[behind. Old New England has jUt transverse rows of long plates shields : 37, of township 20 south range 35 east
or other who
the Union, now so much beautified by no eat soup with a fork, and
(about held her own, and allows a gain of elevated in the containing 500 acres, in Brevard county
center keel- baped the millions of Mr. Flagler, and having take physic one day because they took it Florida, between complainant and the
25 cent. ( the Middle States.
[ per or ridges, and disposed i on the back of the preferences which Charleston cannot the day before. Men cannot live on tradition above-mentioned defendants:

neck into groups of different forms and touch. Nor did you want them to see ; this is a hungry world, and the It is,therefore, ordered that the above-

f Capt. A. O. Paine, of Cocoa, has a numbers, according to the species. 'The the fullness of nature of the Indian practice that feeds it best has behind it named defendants and all persons claiming -

pIe of some kind of vegetable or mouth is extremely large, extending con- River country, where-if, as you some- the best principle. But our political by and, through answer, said or under bill at them the clerk do appear s

|phosphate deposit that has proven to pos siderably behind the eyes, and furnished times egotistically preach, Charleston was doctors would reverse the wheels of nature office in Titusville, Florida on or before
;wonderful fertilizing properties. He in each jaw with a single row of conical built on the spot where the Garden of ; they are practising, not for the the first Monday in .June\ A. D.

[finds it on his homestead on Merrit teeth, all of different sizes, and standing Eden was planted by God-certainly God good of their fellows, but for the gloryof them 1890, or said bill will be taken against

Island, on the New Found harbor. It far apart from one another. The eyes must have planted a second garden, and Galen; they stick to their "principles"; is as further confessed.It ordered. that notice of

liesprincipally under the surface of the are placed on the upper surface of the such a garden that outdoes all that the and their patients die like sheep. this order be published weekly for the

(bottoms of fresh water ponds, seeming to skull, very near to each other, and provided Charleston Eden can offer, and which has The object of Democracy is not to space ot sixty days, in the FLORIDA
[be a deposit formed from the decay of with.three eyelids' We should another preference, to-wit: It has no make men free traders or hinder them STAR a newspaper published in Titus

JTegetable matter. It is a light gray in like to know how any company of rail farceurs and boasters like the Carolina city. from becoming protectionists, but to ville Ordered, Florida at, Brevard DeLand

[color is about the consistency of a cheese, road tourists can keep their heads when In conclusion, we would advise our bring about the greatest good to the Florida, this 24th day of March, A. D.,
[has very little grit or sand, and has a very travelling in a State as 'dry' as Florida is, Charleston contemporary to at once greatest number with the least possible 1890.

pronounced saline taste. It is insoluble and whose most prominent citizens have make proper apologies to their late injury to the helpless minority. And the JOHN D. BROOME,

D. water, but dissolves in vinegar and mouths that extend behind their ears, guests, and hereafter think well before man who does most to turn the life of his Judge Circuit Court 7th Circuit. of '

ith but little chemical action. A sam- and a triple set of winking apparatus on they publish again sucbmonsense. time that way is most of a Democrat, Florida. :
ale has been sent to the State chemist ate each eye? even though he may pull on a free trade I certify that the foregoing is t, true ;

City for analysis. The Cocoa Spiritys "We do not wish to be unkind to a sister Our Washington Letter.From rope one day and a protectionist the next. copy this of case.Titusville the. order pf publication madein

: "There can be no dobt of its value State, but conceive it to be our duty to< oar Regular Correspondent] But we have been putting the clock March 26th, 1890.
WASHINGTON D. C. March 20 90.
i a fertilizer as it has given astonishing tell the strangers within our gates that i it back for ourselves; we have been consistent A. A. STEWART.Clerk.

Its wherever judiciously applied,andt has recently been discovered that tIe. on Senator a resolution Voorhees offered, in by a rattling him as speech to the and bought behind the protectionist BOBBINS & GRAHAM .

also is destructive to vegetable growth Gulf Stream bubbles up just off the agricultural depression' of the country, breastworks and sold under fire outside Solicitors for complainant, 49lOira.

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; Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oils, Boat Goods, Stoves and House Furnishing Goods, Etc. Etc. Etc. ': : :' : : ,

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I ; Lake Worth. Public Notice to Physicians EDWARD STILING. '
and Surgeons. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.
at '
I rain
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Winter visitors B arrived very from numerous Jacksonville Office and of for the the Medical Seventh Examining Judicial Board District in STILlr:1.: "Gdb T.A.."Y"LO 5'

. Bessie
foe Sanford, Fla. March 3,1890.In .
the 9th and left for there again on the Cocoa, Indian River '
accordance with an Act entitled ... r
"An Act to Regulate the Practice >'
Jtth.Eef. Gale left on the 17th for a bus- ". DEALERS :?
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Medicine, etc., approved May 31, 1889, ,. ,
; gga trip to Manhattan, Ky., his old you are hereby notified that the Boardof "
Medical Examiners in and for the
; kffifc. is putting a good sub- Seventh Judicial District of the State of ,
i lack McKenna Florida will meet at Sanford, Orange Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware
front of his East Side
wharf in
.jg&l. county! room No.20 Pico Block, Friday,
" pzce, and has other improvements in April llth, 1890. being the second Fri ,
. ftmplation. day in said month, and will adjourn Saturday -

second cold snap of the season April 12th. at noon. AND AGATE-WARE. ,
the Signed, H. F. DoBois. M. D.,
air brought the thermometer down to President. Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, ;
45,jo it amounted to nothing but anpherecooler :FRANK II. CALDWELL M. D. oo. .. TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY .
and not much of a Secretary.N am
.: I>.-Address all communications, Plumbers' and :Mill '
caeit enclosing stamp for reply, to the Secre- BARBED WIRE :
noted visit-
most .
our .
Sanford Orange Fla. ,
tary at County, Supplies, .. '
and Hiss
Emma Thunby
1iweMiss 47 4t .
Bose Elizabeth Cleveland both of whom WIRE NETTING

rem recently guests of the Hotel Lake Muster's Sale. Doors Sash Blinds

tortL Under and by virtue of a decree of and WIRE CLOTH

j There was a splendid evening's enter- foreclosure and sale rendered by the

, lament given at the Cocoanut Grove judge Judicial of the Circuit Circuit Court of Florida of the, sitting Seventh BRICK, LIME, CEMENT G--uLD.S: ..4
of theGe&grtgational
Hesse on the 10th, for the benefit in chancery at chambers for the county

church. Music,tableaux, | of Brevard, dated the eleventh day of SHINGLES and ..Lr UNITION" .
tit,were included in the program, which February, A. D. 1890, in a certain cause LATH. '. __
wherein The Florida Agricultural College FLSIIIXG TACKLE.
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Everything was
' _-ns of good length.
corporation organized existing
. rdl! carried out and a good sum was under the laws of the State of Florida, Ship Chan.d1ery Gc>ds

ta1ir.ed is complainant and fcarah G. Gleason ,
Good land timbered with large yelHI I and William H. Gleason arc defendants, Agents for ALAB YSTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; .For Chattanooga Plow COIUpany'e i
) pine and fronting on Lake Worth, I will sell at public outcry, in front of plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. i .
Jewell P. 0., will be sold cheap in lots the court-house door of Titusville, Bre-
; iIJJ1 sUe to suit purchaser. Beautiful vard county, Florida, on the first Monday Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves.and Rangts, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets., i

biding sites location high, dry and in April, A. D. 1890, the same being the .
bttltby; a narrow strip of laud only a seventh day of the month, during the PIPE A SPECIALITY. ,
this land of sale for cash, to the high-
hundred feet wide opposite legal-hours
described real Catalogue, !sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and ': ;
Andes the Atlantic Ocean from Lake est bidder, the following ;t
look estate to-wit estimates furnished promptly. ::;'if
WertL Prospectors are invited to : .
it this land. For further information, A tract of land in the village of Eau "''':'
; ittreaP. 0. box 5,Jewell,Fla., or Capt. Gallic Brevard county,Florida,described STILING & TAYLOR. !

] ft&Porter, Lake Worth, Fla. 1 as follows to-wit: All of block "C" of ,
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I said village, said block being: bounded on .
t NOTICE. the north by "Fountain Park," west by Choice Orange Lands For: Sale. GEORGE W. .MORTON, I ."
'\lira OFFICE, GAINESVILLE FLA., ) Pineapple avenue, south by Jouset street
March 15th, 1890. J and east by Indian river, according to a Civil Engineer & Notary Public, I want to get into a strictly :a=. i L
made William H Glea on, a I .
. Notice is hereby given that the fol.I. survey by record in Bre- Three desirable tracts of high ham. QRTONIIURST, HEATH, FLA. :'
takg:named settler has filed notice oft map of which is now on the mock land, located on east side of East Surveying and Leveling, Architectural :
the said block being
I. J,intention to make final proof in supJIbe vard county which; the College Indian Riyer. Tract No. 1 contains Drawing, Township and Section Maps CASH SYSTEM
block Agricultural
his claim, and that ofCircu f on is situated much thereofas 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of halfa Deeds, Mortgages, etc. Blanks constantly i iOF
building or as
made before Judge t said decree mile on the river, about eighteen acres on hand.
will be sufficient to satisfy
tot, or in his absence clerk of said cleared, a bearing grove and nursery of
east at Titusville Fla., on May 17th, and Purchaser costs ot sale- for titles. large trees. Tract 1\0.2 contains:: 5174- ST. LUCIE HOUSE BUYING & SELLING r
ISO,viz: Madison Bridges, of Titus- tQ pay JAMES SANDERS, 100 acres, with a frontage of five-eighths :
'. tic,Fla. homestead No. 14110, for the Special Master. of a mile on the river, about six acres Opposite Indian River Inlet, "

'-,; k 5&7, section 4, township 22 south Beggs & Palmer and Bobbins & Graham cleared, a small grove and many trees in ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA.Unrivalled. Believing I can thus serve all customers. -
"; if range 37 east. solicitors for complainant. bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100 While I will ....
n* t refuse to credit ,
He names the following witnesses to acres, with a frontage of one-fourth of a Hunting Fishing -
:;! pave his continuous residence upon and mile on the river, which is about four those who have favored me with their ,':
;pJ FOR TilE BLOOD, miles in width. These lands not Boating Etc. .
Mention} of said land, viz.- ana are un '
Malaria, Indigestion trade, I :-
Weakness cannot
charge goods
jJ Jesse Tucker Titusville, *la. : OrtedoQuarterman BiUousnCS9.takeBROWN'S derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience First-Class Accommodation Opened at figures ;;

; Heath, Fla. ; Frank tROY For fale: all dealers In would plant a grove for his own I from January ht to May 3Kt.i made for cash before delivery. ,\
" B- Sackett, Heath Fla. Robert Mor- It medicine.cures quickly.Get the genuine. use on land so underlaid. Perfectly i JAMES PAINE, Proprietor.
'."< Icy,Titusville Fla.ALEXANDER. healthy, free from fog, malaria and frost. I '

LYNCH, XOTICK.In Eight minute walk from hon. e to ocean For Cash Before Delivery : :_ :' !
'fi Register. beach. | C.SJiEngla&Ca.
Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Cir- For further particulars inquire of |: p

NOTICE. cuit in and for Bievard county and Slate Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Bi ::ton, I Flour, per bbl...............5.60 to $5 75 ,.
LAn OFFICE GAINESVILLE, FLA.,\ cf Floiida-ln Chancery, A. D. 1890.J. Mass., or of J. A. SHppie, agent, Georgian JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Coal oil, per gallon..................... 20 '>

March 11th, 1890. / na, Fla. Crockery Glassware 12i Ibs. granulated sugar............ 1 00 I
Notice that the follow- B. Terry ) Hll C ......... ...
is hereby given_ I j sugar ................ 100 : :
:?2 named settler has filed notice of hisatention vs. and Bill for Belief. Masters' Sale.'llishin 15 Ibs. choice rice....................... 100' 1
to make final proof in support A.F.S. Williams; \ and virtue of decree of I I Oil 11 Ibs. best rice......................._. 1 00 "iii. .
William- Under
F. a Lamps $ T"apoi'Stoves ,.
' / be Hepsey ,
of will
, : Ms claim, and that said proof I and sale rendered the 14 Ibs. XXX soda crackers........... 1 00
bade before the Judge of the Circuitwoitorin his wife. foreclosure the Circuit Court of the Seventh by judgeof Judicial Gate City Stone Filters.We !.50 lbs. corn meal or grits........... 1 00
M, hi* absence the Clerk of It appearing from the bill filed in this Circuit of Florida in chancery i 24 lbs, best patent flour............. 1 00 t
*& ,at Ttusville,Fla..on Friday, cause that the respondents, A. F. S. chambers for the, sitting of Bre- solicit the patronage of of 25 lbs. fancy flour...................... 100 '
at theKVST
1 $V 9, 1890., viz.: John A. Young: of Williams and ) Williams, his vard dated the eleventh day county of February, our neighbours D. S. meat, lard and picnic ham .. 03
artney, Fla., Hd. No. 15081 for the wife, are iion-residenti. of the State of 1&90 in certain wherein COAST. Boneless ham and breakfast bacon 13} : '

tsttalf of southwest quarter of south. Florida, and that their residence ito A. D. Fisher, is a complainant cause and John V. Dried beef............................... 15 s
,* t quarter of northwest quarter, secfcarf complainant unknown. It is therefore Harry Baird and Abraham DuBois Baird and A. M. Hamilton & Co., Rye flour and Graham flour.......' 04}

Il' township 24 south of range 37 ordered that the said respondents do D. L. Gaulden, as assignee, are defend- Buckwheat flour....................... 04j'
tat.and southeast quarter of northeast plead, answer or demur to the said bill ants, I will sell at public outcry, in frontof TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, Steel cut oat-meal..................... 05 1 '
*arter;section 12township24 south of for relief on or before the tenth day of the court-house! door in Titusville, Wholesale Dealers in Navy beans (good)..................... 05J ;
.:, tflae36 east. April, A. D. 1890, or the same will be Brevard county Floriday, on the first Best 'Navy beans...................... 081 '
He names the following witnesses to taken as confessed, and the said complainant Monday in April, A. D. 1890, the same Indian River Oysters Lima beans............................... OSlo
ffe e Ms continuous residence upon andc be allowed to proceed ex-parte being the seventh day of the month, ,, Peas, per quart............... .....10 to 12}
ration of said land viz.: M. S. with his said cause. It is further or- during the legal hours of sale, for cash, Lady peas per quart............_..... 20 .
LaRoche, R. J. LaRoche, :. dered that a copy of this order be pub- to the highest bidder, the following de- FISH Florida syrup, per gallon............ 60 .
J elinj:LaRoche, all of Courtney, Fla. lished once a week for four consecutive scribed real estate, to-wit: Can corn, per dozen...... .$1.35 to 2 15 .
' ALEXANDER LYNCH, weeks in the FLORIDA STAU newspaper, That tract or parcel of land situate, Green Turtle and Game Can apples (3 lb.), per doz........... 135 '
k _fi Re stcr. published at Titusville, in said countyand lying and being in the county of Brevard Can tomatoes (2 lb.),................... 1 00 .
!! State. and State of Florida, described as follows All orders will receive prompt anti careful at- Can tomatoes ((3 lb.-. 1 35 ;,
Boom !
Boom !; Boom In witness whereof I have hereuntoset : Lots numbered six (6) and seven tention, whether by telegraph Can Okra and tomatoes (3 lb.)..... 2 00
:,.A big cat in prices of photographs. my hand and the seal of said Court, ((7) of section six (6) in township thirtyone letter or person. 171 Champion or Rose milk, per doz.. 1,35 .
,J order to make things lively, I have at.the Court House in Titusville, this (31), south of range thirty-nine (39) Butterine (cooking: butter), 20 and 25
t the prices of cabinets down to $3.50 the 5th day of March, A. D. 1890.L. east, and containing one hundred and EACOTT & CO. Butter (best creamery made)...... 30 '
F dozen or$2.50 per baIf-dozep. thereDicing [ S.] A. A. STEWART three (103) acres more or less. Also all Chicago baking powder............2 for45
first-class pictures within the 46 Clerk of the Circuit Court. of lot numbered one (1) of section six TITCSti ILLS, XA., Patapsico .-.........2for45 ?

rj_&' of all. Come at once as we shall (6) in township thirty-oie (31) south of TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKERS. 3 pounds of cheese for..,............ 50 :.
''.r but a short time. Notice. range thirty-nine (39) east, saving and
MANGOLD, the ArtistNOTICp. LAND- OFFICE GAI-lESYILLE, 'PLA., excepting all of those certain tracts of }
: Feb. l given that the fol and Sylvanus Kitching. The tract sold "
tL D OFFICE, GAINESVILLE FLA. ) Notice is hereby And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. '
said C. F. Fischer being nine acres as
fUKotice lowing-narned settler has filed notice of to
if Feb. 6,1890. make final proof in sup- shown by deed bearing date August 13th, GALVANIZED WORK,
!nc- is hereby given that the follow. his intention of his claim, and that said proof 18S6, and the tracts sold said \\alter and And Repairing of all kind To Quote ETerytfiiflo; !;. ;;,
1' wed settler has filed notice of his port be made before Judge of Circuit Sylvanus Kitching, being five acres,more ....
JP u. o to make final proof in support will Court in his absence Clerk of said or less as shown by deeds bearing date Notice. t
r. 8 claim and that sad proof will be.tefofe or Titusville Fla., on April 10th, the 17th day of March, A. D. 1884, containing A Corresponding Range of Prices :
lade at All claims the
Court Court, persons having against
the Judge of Circuit in the fourteen acres,
?Jfat absence Clerk of said court, :at 1890, viz: William for the Crook west, J Haulover of northwest ,- and being situate aggregate on the north side of estate of Sophronius Txvichell, late of will be giren.
Hd. 11652 Brevard county, Florida, deceased, arc
I SJe, Fla. on April 8, 1890; viz: Fla section 19, township 20 south, said lot one (1), section six (6), township required to present them duly authenti- I
| Davis Fla., D. S.
gF. Titusville south of
36 east. thirty-one (31) range thirty- cated. to the undersigned within the time
4: j t22 ur the N.?E. 1of N. W. t Sec 5 range He the following witnesses toprove nine(39) east, or as much thereof as will required by law or this notice will be
,r- it '. IL 35 E. He names the follow- names his continuous residence upon, be sufficient to satisfy said decree and pleaded in bar of their ,collection; and GEO.B1RIIIYIPII.

esses to prove his continuous and cultivation of,said land viz : Henry costs of sale.Purchaser. all persons in debt to said estate are required -.
\iz.upon and cultivation of, said Watton and William Walton,of Clifton, to pay for titles. to make immediate payment to us. *
{ Titusville Fla. JAMES SANDEES, This February 7th. 1S90.
Gustarus Nolle, ;
L bert Morrow and Fla.;
,James R. Watson Clifton Fla. Special Master. AARON CLEVELAND.
-Grover,of Titusville, and Fred. Charles H. Nauman ALEX. LYNCH Bobbins & Graham, solicitors for complainant MARY CLEvELAND _. TUTTSVUiLE.
I. Chappel, of LaGrange Fla. Register: Adm'r and,Admr'x. m

; ALEX LYNCH, Register. 45 a ..<. .:F;, )

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Johnson Brown, of Bromfield, while : '
work in Slasher's steam saw mill f .. .
KEPT IN Warren, was caught by the car- 19 Wants.0 S. H. RAY

and drawn upon the saw which, ,
at his head, cut him corn1v -
through lenthwue. The de- t
w a* about 35 of and '
Two American Citizens years age TITUSVILLE FLA.
a widow and five children.

eign -- RICHMOND IH)' for,tTnvulllnif Va., March the 21.-4en.Lee Statue.Jubal J. 8. W A TSDN & co., 1! -. j

One Charge With Early has just sent his check for
to the Lee monument board, to Oen'IMerchanisoSTORE I
Illegal I
an i the expenses incident to the un. _
of the statue of Gen. R. E. Lee FORWARDINGAND Itv
'XL An invitation is ,to Schedules in Effect XOT'.17
The General Manajer of May urgent ISS9. c
sent Mrs. Jefferson Davis to be pres- I Trains of this line run on Central
and Mexican Investment Stand
at the unveiling ard Time and a
arrive and depart from
Now In a Greaser Jail I COMMISSION J. T., & K. ,Yo and S. F. & W. Union the de- J
Complainant Accuses the 1
Government of Doing West India Fast Mull. e
WASHINGTON, March Other Dreak In the Levee Kxoept: the I propose to keep No. 27 No. 14

man Mason, of Chicago, has One Near Raleigh. 12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m
NEW ORLEANS, March 2!.-The river MERCHANTS 1 36 p m..Green Cove
ent who is a political Sring..5 21 a m
co. lIe is Charles W. raised during the past twenty-four I A First-Class Stock 2 30 p m.........Palatka...........4 2S a In D
dent director and general I from 16 4-:() to 16 8-10 feet. No 3 30 p flu...... ..Seville ..........3 oL m 1

the American and Mexican (r trouble is expected in this levee 4 13 P m..DeLand Junction....2 03am s

which I -OFGROCERIES- 4 23 p m..Oranse City June....! 49 a ra 1:
company, a company Illinois condition of the river at other TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA 5 15 p m..........Sanford..........1 15 a m G
in Mexico under an is icpoiled as follows: 6 13pm..........Orlando..........11 40 II 111 t
Zaremba is now in jail at Baton Rouge-River falling 1 1-2 -:oWE :-- 7 20 P '.........Kissammee.......10 50 II 111

Mex., on a charge of Weak places in levees: are be- 10 13pm..........Tampa........... 7 30 II m 1
gaged in the illegal j strengthened: WANT 10 45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv.. 6 30 p m r
Latmer, alias White. Joe, La.-Rherfell throe inche.- Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between !

Latmer was in the employ : levees intact. I IE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE. ] New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stops t
ican Central railroad as a Bayou Sara-River stationary, Morgan : at Kissimmee for supper. Nos. 14 and 27 Z
ductor, and wn.formerly levee all right, but tho Scott levee connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steam I
with the Queen and in bad condition. WE WANT ship Line for Key AVe and Havana. Slum J
ning from Cincinnati to Greenville, l\Iiss.-U.i\ risen: one DRY GOODS sail from Port
You to be sure to Come and See Us Tampa on Mondays aad
Latmer was one of several here and down to Longwood sta Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27 I
were suspected of having ,I at Mayesrille. and falling below When you come to town. connects at Palatka Junction with theFlerda
Queen and Crescent route account of Pecan Grove crevaabe. Southern Z
employe. Mr. Mat. W. Natchez-River falling. There is a WE WANTTo NOTIONS TRAINS Railway. t
was in the employ of I foot bank above water on Black JUNCTION ADD t
Crescent,'undertook to. and a three foot bank on Tensas. I Talk to You. Lv DeLand DELAND. C
NoSO No32 No34
I No33
of Latmer.
of the
his operations person in Mexico Effects of the Raleigh Crevasse. WE WANTTo Mciis' Ladies' & Childrens' Junction..4:45p 8:50a 12:35p 2-1p 4:13p tAr
RSBURG Mias. March : DeLand 4:40a 9:10a 1250p 2:3op 7:06p
CoL ZAremba as an 21.-The rain Work With You.
The officials of the ) fallen four inches in the past forty- No31 No33 No35 X037< Xo39 1
railroad, when informed hours. It has fallen for twenty DeLand3:40a 8.20a ll:30aAr t
WE WANTTo 1:51)
picions! -under which one above and fifty miles below the SEOES. Deland 350p. J

ployes rested, were crevasse, which is 1,600 feet Post You on the Markets. Junotion.3:35a: 8:40a 11:45a ( 1
2.-07p 4lh
anxious to get rid of him, : i and is growing wider. The fairest Trains 38 and 39
ALSOCROCKERY run daily. No .20
ly co-operated in getting of north Louisiana will be sub- *
WE and 31
: run on Mondays, and
border where in some way Stock is being removed by rail
Fridays only. Nos. 34 and ,
altogether clear, he was steamboat, and will be mostly saved. To Ship For You and See to Your Shipments GLASSWARE from Beresford 35 ruu to and
border into the United damage to other property will be on Mondays, Wednesdays
yt understood now to be in heavy. Rumors ol crevasses at here. and Fridays. All others daily except Sun'J

of the'United States landing and Milliken's Bend are day. S
ton secured.the assistance denied. The Raleigh Accommodation. I
Xo. 23.
police authorities of the. relieves the levees for the time be- either Buy or Handle most of the x0. 66. 1
8 30 m..Lv Jacksonville
Ar..6 15
first pm.
Latmer arrested
was Fruit and Produce of this sectionof 33 .. I
of the railroad authorities 9 a m. Green Cove Spring..5: pm.

have been transported to "THE END CROWNS THE WORK. the country. 10 35 a m......... -Palatka-..._.....4 25: pm'
border. Ship Chandlery Goods. 11 39 am............Seville3 03 m f
Latmer was amjpted by From a letter Henry M.Stanley WE WANT 12 30 p m... DeLand Junction ...2 11 P pm J

cers, left in their custody, to an American Friend. 12 41 p m... Orange City Junc ...2 03 p m J
north by Mexican escort JOUNSBURY, Vt, March Id.-The You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your These will be the main features of 3 35pm.........Titusville.........11 57 am t
tions from the local police publishes the following ex- Products, We Can Ship it for You. business, but orders sent me for my 1 20 lp m..Ar. Sanford l..v..l 30 Pill ,
who were advised to from a letter written by Henry any- Daily -. No 23 connect
thing kept in store in Titus-
the corre.;jonding Stanley to a St. Johnsbury friend WE WANT ville will be any promptly filled. Palatka with Florida Southern Railway. J.
frontier. Col. Zaremba Cairo, Feb. 14; Connection made also with Indian
by the Mexican authorities The end crowns tho work,* did I say You to help us to make Titusville a River steamers at Titusville to and from ;

been: a party to this 10 1886? I say it again this date distributing point for the Productsof landings on Indian River. I t
tradition and is now in jail IbPu. I have brought exiles back to the river and sell Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens Jacksonville and Sanford Accommodation. t '
Mr. Zr..mb'i's >ir homes. I have reunited parted our t

These facts make more # I have rescued those who were Products here. No. 15 No.J8 j :
the following letter which sore traita. I have borne the young Or any Country Produce my customersor 3 35 p m-Lv Jacksonville Ar-12 40 pm'(' :

Mason has received: aged and placed them once more in WE WANT friends may bringto 3 33 pm...Green Cove 37 a m l :

:NEW loved hind of Egypt. I have market.I 4 30 p in.........-Palatka .........10 45 a m r
In[ fact to and can doitif f
March 22..fMODSla..J'w. the beleaguered governor out of save you money, 3 40 p mSeville- .... ... 9 30 a m t
Iron Williaoi;:' Mason, M. C. threatened bondage. Wherefore as you will help us. ask 6 38 p m.-Deland Junction... 8 44 a m c
D, c.: were the aims of the work, and a share of the public patron 6 49 P m..Orange City Junc... 8 30 am.

Mr l EA3 Sra-I beg leave y have been accomplished. I say 'the WE WANT age, and come as a supplicant, not a 7 30 p m......Ar Sanford Lv..._ 7 55 am"
by bearer, my stepson, Emil crowns the work.' True' I am die tator, asking for your favors.If Daily except Sunday.No. "
statement: of my case which, and white, but what matters You to know we are head-quarters for courteous treatment,good .78 connects at Palatka Junction with I I
pleads for the immediate and I have naught to regret, and if any Vegetables, Crates, etc. goods and low figures is Florida Southern Railway. t I
ference of the department of of like nature presented itself, I the candidate for Sanford and Lake Eustis Railirar. I
once Jan. 2S I have been a still wish to do It. For whether public favor, LEAVE ARRIVE
to speak, kept to shield: soma or there life stays, not, but rushes WE WANTTo then I'melected. No. 81 N o. 83 No. SO No S3
dais from not only not apace and men must work and Sell Orange Boxes and 7:40 !)OO mJ5anford-8:10 1:10
you your pm : a a p m [ J
but {let do it and
us bravely fitly
National constitution of
code and regulations,acts of the.. all our strength" Orange Wraps, and will do it if you 8:01 p m'J:30 a m..Paola..7:59a 12:47 pm !
8:34 m 10:22 m.Sorrento7:34a 12:17
p pm G
but also international law will come to see u WON'T ANSWER INQUIRIES. p a pm
Chilled Plows and
not human
rights. Although SugarCane 9:00 p mll:10 a m.Tavares-7lOa 11:50 pm
Fpectful terms and proper ; Baum has Something to WE WANT Mills.; Daily except Sunday. No. 18 connect f 1
+ for liberty on bail, which is Say About Peui.l.tu Claims. at Sanford with West India Fast Mail. No.
federal prisoner by Mexican WASHINGTON, March 18. Commis- You to know that we are Agents for the 82 connects at Sanford with Jacksonville
S. ::8: .
lation of Nov. 80,18X9 much R.ay. J
of Pensions Raum says that to Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnish and Sanford accommodation for points r
on a bed of, sickness and
neuralgic sciatica, as certified the calls made by members of it low down. North. I
liable physicians, neither has alone.would require the entire Indian lllver Express.No. ?

cation been granted nor of over 100 examiners, and to an WE WANT 27 11'0.78 ,
trict attorney, act g for the requests relating to calls from HERE WE ARE AGAIN 12 40 p. m-Lv.Jacksonville Ar-12 40 p m ;

apprised of the : and attorneys would take You to know that we burn our own 2* 30 p m..........Palatka..........10 45 a m
prisonment, for ,the very time of over 500 men. He announces Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, 4 13 P m..DeLand June-.... 8 44am .
that the district judge of in the future he wiH refuse to an give bottom prices. 4 23 p m..Orange City June... 8 30 am L
ordered my arrest on suspicion the requests of either claimants, can you 4 40 p m..JEnterprise June..._.8 18 a m ,

tradition, had me arrested for or members: of congress for the 4 49 p m..Enterprise......... 7 50 m m /.{
known to the code of of any claim. He thinks that it WE WANT :5 06 ........ c'
penal thrown J. W ROGERS & CO. pm... Osteen......... 7 OS a m
the beginning to this day time away to answer these You to know that we handle Cement 6 12 P m-.......LaGrange...... 5 12L m :f f... .
because the claimant
asking for '
acted arbK.oily and against information will be made aware of and Plaster Hair. 6 20 p m-..Ar Titusville Lv.. 5 00 a m ..;;
own country, and while that be Before an intelligent, appreciative and Daily except Sundav. Steamers leare Ti '
testimony to :
his I have''' other may
power, no r :
tusville daily. for all '_
the claim perfect at the time it is WE WANT ourselves except pointsto : ,
apply to my government discriminating public, present Indian River as far song as Melbourne .
up for adjudication, and that suffi :'
my here,speedy as well our minister Our time to furnish the necessary proof To impress upon your minds that we and make our bow, announcing that ware e at 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne l } _.j.
Hon. Thomas be given. Thus it will he seen, as Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5:00 Ff}
Ryan, know candidates for
represent their favors
the case from the says, that all the time spent on giving good a m for all points south as far as Jupiter "
the department of very state status of cases before the office is Thompson & Edwards wishes and-cash. connecting then with stage for Juno and ad
to tnke them up for adjudication landings on Lake Worth. ',,:'i"
affair some time ago, but I of Chicago, (
time wasted. Halifax River f
any effect of such information. : The largest manufacturers of Fertil As blood is thicker than water, BO i is <
praying that, with well No. 27 No. 78 f<'
your ,
ity,yeti will call for the Lynchem HILL Looking, Mo.,for March a Tramp.PLEASC'T lB.-Miss izers in the west and keep constantlyon cash bettr than credit. We propose to 12 40 p m-.Ly Jacksonville Ar12 40 p m k *,t

ence of the department of hand the following brands of their 2 20 p m.....AT Palatka LT_..10 45 a m .:
Atkins, the 18-year-okl daughter get out of the old ruts and Sell our ::
half, and assuring you of Atkins farmer Goods: 2 50 pm..._Lv.PaJatka Ar..- 9 3pra ,
a ,
living .
sonal esteem and assaulted near Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard 6 00 p m..........Ormond.......... 6 25 p m '.t
by a .
your very obedient servant, evening and"very tramp seriously on World of Good, for Orange Tre(> 6 2,5: P m..A Daytona Lv._. 6 00 a D1 I ::l'"'$.

Dr. CHARLES Over a thousand men after World of Good, for Truckers. Daily except Sunday. i 'I
Dr. Zaremba has sent a scoured the neighborhood for the Pure, fine Ground Bone. Cash.We Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, N..

mf' Congressman A tramp named Collins, who Blood, Bone and Potash. handle a first-class line ofClotliixig 82 West Bay street and at Union depot, 0 '.
batter will Jacksonville.
at once present answered the description given ':
department. The facts the girl was arrested and narrowly Chicago Bone Meal.. J. A. LAKXERD, G. D. ACKEKLT, \-1<

statement are sufficiently pec.l lynching. When taken before Dissolved Bone. Supt. Gen. Pa**.Agt. ":a
foregoing. He concludes young lady, however, she declared "". P. LAWS HE,Ticket Agt.,Titasvilte .;
as.follows: he was not the man. He was re WE WANT D. F.JACK, General Manager. .
'1 have been serving the .. i and afterward again arrested and ;i!
ernment for eleven years, '( 1 with lynching but finally You to know we keep on hand Both Ready-made and to Order. OEO.oE. CHASE. A. O. CHATFELL.) %

delivering lectures in the ....hed his innocence. Another Sulphate of Potash
and Europe about the I na.ll1& was taken in cus Land Planter OurGents' GEO. E. CHASE & CO.,

ico, establishing trade but proved an alibi and was al I
the .-
rope, and when Mexico over his head several time Tobacco Stems and Furnishing DepartmentIs t ,
defended wherever the 1 1t
offered. Lottery Snubbed Again. Cotton Seed Meal. _

4Manv capitalists have : NEW ORLEANS, March 13.-The presi Complete. Nobby Hats from t
leo on Inv recommendation of the Louisiana Lottery company WE WANT Patent Lop Wire Rope 1 EOT
first-class hands, and Shoes to suit
the ,
their capital and I myself sent to Governor Nichols a You to Give Us a Trial on something
testimonials to the for00,000, to be used at his dis most fastidious. Trunks, Valises ADC FISHING GEAB SPRUCfe UTTOERS.
and governors of states and to protect the people against the WE WANT
Agent for Devoe Tule
self a disinherited friend inundation. The Hand Satchels, too low to quote. & CV ,
have served the : returned the check governor with a To merit your; patronage by fair and Life Preservers, Tent & Awning Co-,

as special *nt for the J note, saying: "On the eve of the honest dealings, and we mean business. For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we cannot Patent Anchors.
lic works and about three |i on of Uw legislature during which BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS.
TRY US. be excelled in the
was appointed comm I renewal, or extension of your char- county.
the railroads and industries will be acted'upon-a question vi- -:0- Correspondence Solicited. Telephone
ican public without pay t affecting the interests of this state We earnestly,ask an inspection of our 266. '
?. tion of any kiiul, except I tare no right to place the people
jail. obligations to your company, in RespectfullrtJ. Goods before buying elsewhere. Nos. 88 $ 90, E. Bay St.,

'I( small a degree, by my accept- S. JACKSOXYILUC
*. *
r..i l In Two L- WATSON & CO
of a gratuity from it/ J. W. Rogers & Co. SO-lyr
PALMES, Mass., March: .

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rWM@ APHORISMS. Labor otM.J Bucklen's Arnica Salve.

There is no dispute managed without The New York cloakmakers have all returned THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, 0s
a passion and to work, the strike having been declared Bruises Sores Ulcers
yet there is scarce a dispute Salt Rheum. lever -
) worth a passion.To oft Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
: THE POWER OF A PLUGGED NICKEL. arrive The Death lloll. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,

''A' have at perfection a man should "Old Gabriel," the Indian saM to be 150 and positively cures Piles or no pay re
f jLrnoto Carload Fascinated and EmbarI very sincere friends or inveterate years old, died Monday at SalinA, Cal quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
it I rMoej by an Outlawed Coin.y enemies because
be would be made sen- satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
;| A tall man with a dark mustache and sible of his good or ill conduct either by Remarkable Rescue.Mrs. 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &

': imperial got into a south bound Broadway the censures of the one or the admonitions Michael Curtain, Plainfield, 111., Grey. 1019.

r f car at Twenty-second street the of the others. makes the statement that she caught

I r otber'd3y and took a seat about midway No enjoyment however cold, which settled on her lungs; she In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Cir-
inconsiderable was treated for a month by her family cuit of the State of Florida, Brevard
t t.: the car. When the conductor is
cameI ,
to the
up present moment. physician, but grew worse. He told her county, A. D. 1890.
for his fare the man fished a.nickel from A man is the happier for life from having she was a hopeless victim of consumption .
his pocket The conductor looked at the made and Wignell &Tweltridge e
once an agreeable tour or that no medicine could cure her. j
coin sharply and passed it back again. lived for any length of time with piC3.- Tier druggist suggested Dr. King's :New vs. I Attachment. CUREANDTONEUP

"What's the matter asked the man. ant people, or enjoyed any considerable Discovery for Consumption; she bought The Indian River ,I Amount sworn THE GENERA!*

"It's plugged" said the conductor. interval of innocent pleasure.Not a bottle and to her delight found herselt Land & Improv'm't y to $7,892.69. AILMENTS OFTHECNPR

The man put a pair of eyeglasses on benefitted from first dose. She contin- Co.;, a corporation a
and to return one good office for an- ued its use and after taking ten bottles existing under the Damages: claim'd

his nose He found critically that the surveyed the other is inhuman, but to return evil for found herself sound and well, now does law of the State of! 16,000..
nickel conductorwas
good is diabolical. There are too many her owu house work and is as well as New York. J

correct, and handed him a good even of this sort, who the more they she ever was. Free trial bottles of this To the defendant corporation and all

nickel He was about to put the bad owe the more they hate. There is nothing Great Discovery at Dixon & Grey'srug other persons interested : .

one back into his pocket when he noticed more dangerous than to oblige > Store. Large bottles 50c. and $1. You are hereby notified that a writ of

that every one in the car was looking at people, for when they are conscious of Persons who lead a life of attachment has been issued against you,
turned red exposure are
him. He wry ,hesitated,and not paying the debt they wish the creditor subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lumbago and your property attached to satisfy the

finally dropped tho nickel slyly on the out of the way.-St Louis Globe- and will find a valuable remedy in demands of the plaintiffs above set forth. D a o

oor. Every one saw him do it, but Democrat. Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment And,now. unless you shall appear before

every one tried to appear as if he didn't JuvrnlU Tobacco ; it will banish pain and subdue infla- the Judge of our said Court, at the
notice it. The nickel lay on the floor in Indignant mation.When. Court House in Titusville, in said CouQ-
eight but no one would look at it. RICHMOND Va., March 15.There is a of Brevard
plain little rebellion ty on or before the 7th day
the with loss of
masculine are
All seemed to think that they would among you constipated, of July A. J). 1S90. the being Rule ii
appear youth of the "Oid Dominion.** The last appetite.headache,take Dr.J.McLean's same ,
as if they coveted it if they, did. legislature passed a bill making it a mis- Little Liver and Kidney Fillets they are I Day, and plead or demur to the declaration -

Every one seemed quite uncomfortable. demeanor to sell tobacco, cigars or pleasant to take and will cure you. 25 cents of plaintiffs herein filed, judgmentwill rtysidans endors P.
Twoor three men tried to read but theycouldn't cigarettes to children under 17 years of a vial. be rendered against you by default and prescribe It with P.f splendid for the e:=

concentrate their attention on age without the consent of their parents, I and your property sold to pay the debt. all form and stereo of ?rmary.Secondary and Ttnt-

I their newspapers. The conductor passed hence the little fellows who have been Take DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Witness the Honorable Jno. D. Broome,

in the habit of smoking and chewingcan Judge of said well A. ..A.i e
, over the nickel once or twice, and tried DeWitt's Little Early Risers get there. Courts as as
notice it. not get the weed without much i Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the
I not to trouble. The law, which has just gone Faults of digestion cause disorders of the seal of said Court, this the 15th day
i At Fourteenth street a man got in and into force, will largely affect the liver I
cigarette and the whole system becomes de of March, A. D., 1890.
! was about to sit down, when ho espied I Ij interests of Virginia towns and cities. ranged. Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening [L. S-] A. A. STEWART
j the nickeL He picked it and tried to The boys they will do the best cry Syphilis,Sfphlllile: Scrofulous Ulcers
say they : 4-u
t up Cordial and Blood Purifier perfects the pro- 48 Clerk of the Circuit Court. And Sores,Glandular : .Malaria,
j hand: it to an old gentleman with a red I. can to obstruct the operations of the law cess of digestion and assimilation, and thus old Chronic PicethathaT rMlited all treatment.
, I Ij
face and a white mustache,saying,"You for their own benefit.The makes pure blood.If LADIES r *' ? f

j dropped this, sir." LMt Tennessee's Scheme. you suffer pricking pains cn moving Needing a tonic or,children should take that want building #; ;Bf* Rfr Ti'UsR'1-'M
1 "No,I didn't,said too old gentleman, NEYOR.K, March 18.-The circular the eyes, or cannot bear bright light, and yr w BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.It d'y' ii feY.A

i with a laugh. attached to the proxy sent to the stock- find your sight weak and failing,you should Is pleasant to take,cures Malaria IndlgtS- So&SD FI
tion,and Biliousness. All dealers it.
l Then everybody laughed, as ff greatly I holders of the East Tennessee, Virginiaand promptly use Dr. J. II. McLean's,Strengthening keep

d relieved. The man who had picked up Georgia railroad for the special Eye Salve. 2:i cents a box. Advice to 3f othera.Mrs. Catarrh Skin Diseases Edema, Chronic: female Com

; the nickel looked closely at it turned meeting April 15, relates to the proposi- Ask .W SLOW'9 Sooranro STBUPBhonldalxrars plaints.Mercurial. :-STC-J Sealdlwad.etc.;etc
tion of holding or disposing of the Dixon &; Gray wbatDe"'itt's Little be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves r P.P.p Is a powerful an eHent ppttl-
crimson and dropped it Risers the little sdererat
bright again. Early are.Happy once;itproduces natural,
Memphis and Charleston road, the purchase quiet sleep,and the littlecheruba.wakeslU"bright .
Everybody saw him, but whichever waybe of the Erlanger system and of the Hoosicrs. I as a button." It ia very pleasant to taste. It Q

. looked he saw only averted faces. Alabama Southern, or any railroad in soothes the child,softens the gums,allays all pain,
\Vm.'i'immons Postmaster of Idaville, regulates the bowels,and is the best known remedy
The would at him I
glance slyly the south which the
i people
company may Ind. for diarrhoea, whether
writes : "Electric Bitters has done arising from teething or
# from the corners of their eyes, and then choose to buy either to hold or sell againin more for me than all other medicines I I other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle.

i look a\myaguin very quickly. Againno conjunction with the Richmond andDanville combined for that bad
feeling arising IE83 A NEAB lotus CD 2 ED by the
For these the issue car building op system rapidly.
one looked at the nickel, although purposes from Kidney and Liver trouble." John I DEA .hck'. INVISIBLE TUBBUI/ EAR Ladles whose systems are poisoned and whose blood
of OOO ()((,() five cent C9SHIORS. Whispers heard.Com
per fifty-year Is In an Impure condition due to menstrual Irregnlari-
every man there knew to a nicety just Leslie, farmer and stockman of same f.tabl.i.8u..fa1.all B4lM tkll.Sd4 ky P.HI8COX, i
bonds is to be ratified. "Find Bitters Ml/,8iS>Br>..& ',K.w Xcrk. Writ*Ur book t yrs b.&& .
where it lay. It stayed in the same place, says : Electric to be

1 .place on the floor until the car stopped Nine Crooked Postal Clerks .\rrelt (l. the; best Kidney and Liver medicine,

just above Chambers street. Here the CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., March 18.- made me feel like a new man." J. W.

Capt. Wilds, United States government Gardner, hardware merchant. same
conductor told the to take
I passengers detective, stated at Cleveland, Tenn., town; says : 'Electric Bitters is just the 11PARKER'S: hair..
the next car as that one was going to
for who is all down and
Saturday, that during the past twentytwo thing a man run Gray
,f switch of! and go up town again. As days he has arrested nine postal don't care whether he lives or dies; he I falling. ties are cleansing peculiarly benel1te41."woDCIerfll1cou\e,Prickly Asa,Poi sadblood

". they left the car all the passengers took clerks for rifling the mails; that twentytwo found new strength, good appetite and Boot and Pota.. nos.s .

,,' a last glance at the plugged nickel, but days ago when he left Washington felt just like he had a new lease on life.

I. no one touched it. It started up town he had twenty $1 bills, all marked, and Only 50c. a bottle, at Dixon & Grey's ENGLISH

,,2 again, and all the passengers went downtown every one of these bad been stolen while Drug Store. PILLS
going through the mails. He also stated Brand.
with that nickel fCHICHESTER'S
weighing heavily nle. Fate and
Cleanse breath with IeWitt'a Lit
that a colored postal clerk on the Geor- your ltl.&th.Itla- s
,,.. .. oa their minds.-New York Sun. gia railroad had seven of these marked tie Early Risers, Dixon & Gray. \1I.obo...8.!,o nalwt<14e.

bills his when arrested few "Belief for ,
j 4 i| Coaldnt Hold It. on person His girl didn't go back on him because ,by>. JfamChJehester LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
days ago. he used DeWitt's Caesleec *Hadlton Sq.,PMUHINDERCORNS. ., WHOLESALE DBT7OOIST3.
Little llisers.
:< Little Three-year-old (who has put herr Early
1 hand out of the window while it was Shotgun and Revolver Duel. Uppman Block. SA7ANNA CA.HOWS .
A sort of lethargy sometimes takes possession The only Bare Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. Enrnrea .---- .--
snowing)-Oh, mamma, mamma, I CARROLLTOJJ, Ky., March 18.-Saturday comfort to the feeUlSc at I>ru 1atL BUCOX&CO..N.Y.CONSUMPTIVE; .
of the and bladder
Retched a snow! night Tobe Dean, colored, employed Kidneys ; they
should be stimulated YOUR FENCE ?
promptly to healthy &7
by Granville Bailey, near Worthville,
; Mamma-Where is it, darling?
action by the use of Dr. J. II. McLean' *tlonl\;
:: Little Three-year-old (looking at her went abusive to the language house, drinking to the and latter using Liver and Kidney Balm. PARERSbINGtFR TONIC.aUtram Itbaaeure4;ulMUlang S4 We have CHEAPEST and Bail

': hand blankly)-It runned awa. .West; cWecUYO nutrition. Take la time. We.and gluts< WOVEN WIRE FENCING
and his family, and making demonstration The quality of the blood depends much : WiroRop@8elvage.
', Shore. toward his Mr. bad to make the
", a pistol on person. upon good or digestion;
r:,' In a StadlerArtistVanderbilt Bailey went into the house for his shot- blood rich in life and strength iving constituents ia .J

gun and as he came out both began use Dr. J. H. McLean s Strengthening Y af4 [
t has bought "The tiring. Dean fired three shots, but fell Cordial and Blood Purifier, it will y

". Grand Canal of Venice" for $100,000. dead from Bailey's shot. One of'Dean's nourish the properties of the bleed from :3

._. Old Gent-Is that so? I didn't know shots took effect on Mrs. Bailey, who which the elements of vitality are drawn How Lost How Regained, =

he handled anything but railroads. was standing near her husband, strikingher

Washington Star. in the hip, inflicting only a tlesh Many PersonsAre H IIfNCE
!, wound. broken down from overwork or household 4
cares Brown's Iron Bitters
A wise Precaution.
I Sporting Sparks. rebuilds the system,aids digestion,removes excess
It is rumored that a scheme is on foot to of bile,and cures malaria. Get the genuine. aoDiCRES. mOKAraJcnrrs Fn B3D.Lawn. .
f. Garden,Poultry and Btcck Fencing all
i consolidate the Pittsburand League clubs REWARD lies and widths.Gates tomatcb. Prices low.Soil

i and drop Washington, thus reducing the cir- Is certain if reasonable effort is made to dealers.38 fcOkULLEX. Freight KOI ItS"1&Paid."IK3CP&en6 tolii.a.u: for circulars.: iLL
cuit to eight club KNUYITHY5ftElsa. t*.5.-AU-Stool LAW sad CEttrZIIY .
the of DeWitt's
cure a cough by use Cough .
By comparison of the League and Brotherhood : -
and Consumption cure. this, remedy is correct THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA
schedules it is found that there are and certain in its action and costs no Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatiseon ,1

many conflicting dates, especially in New more than unreliable preparations, insist the Errors of Y o.&thl' enatllI'e Decline,Nervosa
York and Brooklyn. In the fornwr city and Physical Debility,Imparities of the Blood.
upon having it. For sale by Dixon & Gray
there are thirty-two clashes and in tho latter

forty-one. This will mean financial disaster The farmer's friend has for many years

dry for the Brotherhood or League in those beeu Dr. J. II.McLean's Volcanic Oil lin-
cities. iment, for horses, cattle,kogs andsheep. It
The indictment against J->hn L. Sullivanwas has proved its worth in thousands of cases. 1 e i Croat,and Trade-Marks obtained and an Patent -
by the Mississippi business conducted for MODeRATe Ftt9.OuOrrict i
supreme Resulting from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses orOyertu&
When the stomach lacks vigor and U.S.PS.TCNTOffice
'. court. Defective. regu- Jon, Euerra'lnj an l unfitting the victim and we can aecnr* patent la lea, gm*thaa uoe
:\ larity there will be flatulency, heartburn, for Work,Business,tile tarried or Social Relation. remote from Washington.Send .
The Fire Record. nausea, sickness, headache, nervousness. Aroid nnskillfal pretenders. Possess this great model drawing or Jhoto.,1rl descrip
At Regina, N.V.. T., fire destroyedSmith1 Use Dr. J:n. .Strengthening Cor- work. It contains 300 pages,royal STO. Beautiful tion. We advise, if patentable or not free of
binding,embossed, full gilt. Price only tl.OO bj charge. Oar fee not dud tfll patent Is secnred.
', hotel, tho Palmer bouse and rgu- dial and Blood Purifier to tone and nail concealed in
Mr. doin' dat for give ,postpaid, plain wrapper. Illus A PAMPHLCT.: "How to Obtain Patents"with ,
WiUiams-Wba. yd son's hardware st re, Mowat's grocery store, regularity to the stomach. trative Prospectus Free,if you Paver now. The n&metIof actual client In your State,county,or t
Mr. Jo'son-puttin' mosquito nets up dis Black's. book store and suven other build distinguished author,Wm. H. M. D., re- town seat free. Address,

time in de yeuf ings.. Loss over 1100,000. yeuratgicJPersoiis from ceired the the GOLD National AND' Medical JEWELLED Association MEDAL for C.A.SNOW&CO.

Mr. Johnson-Waal, yo' see de doctor Persona AM those troubled with nervousness resulting this PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and
overwork will be relieved by taking PHYSICAL DEB ILIT >
from care or r.Parkerandacorps
tole me de air war full of dese yer.grippe Rhode Island Republican nominated Herbert Brown's Iron Bitters. Genuinehu of Assistant Physicians may be Off. PATENT Orrict. WASHINGTON. D. C.d
; micro bees; eo Fs takin' precotions agin W. Lads, of Providence, for governor. trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. dentially, by mail or in person,
rittitf Harrison and arrived at St. TIlE PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
'em Mrs.
into de house.-Harper's party
\ No.4 Boinnch St.,Boston,Maas.,to whom all
Bazar. Augustine, Fla, Friday.GA9TRONOMICAL. ADVICE. orders for books or letters for advice should be F

't', "Keep your heak cool, your feet warm, directed as above."Thc

; The Latest London Sensation. T1D BITS. your liver active and trust in God,"was the

On boxing day I was taken by a party advice of a celebrated phjvician to a patient, Gladstone1"
of Spinach croquetea are a deUcacy.Q.llfornb you can regulate the action of your liver, e
children to the circus at Covent Garden ,
and bowels by DeWitt's Sar- J LAMP ,
; in order that I might see a live lion A- beet weighed 1M pounds.A kidneys blood i
absolutely reliable
Y. ride on horseback through a hoop has been invented for bat- saparilla, an purifying If the bellt Jam?..the Wt\ '..s.l - i: jump machine remedy, for sale by Dixon & Gray.In ,brtllf WARTS
E r and fire off a pistol Having a great rev- tering bread. bat whitehcstol: Purer 85 eandlapom
r. and bnjhttr
erence for tradition, I codfess that I was Spoon dinners and high teas are the the decline of life infirmities beset us than gas light softer than
not enchanted the to which our youth and maturity were cheerful: -moro
with the idea of seeing fads.bread. either.A
Ing of beasts seduced to this condition. leading strangers, our Sidneys"and liver are subject marwiDM Hqktfro* THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER
A trust Is buying up the bakeries to derangement but nothing equals Dr. ordinary lampoa/
with the ,
reover I
was impressed pros- I Se is Bellemi
IandoaGreen and Balmas
in H. McLean's Liver Kidney
J. *
A -wond
; pet of what the British lion might someday
to San a regulator of these organs. ,It is Indeed. Merer
come to. In the result, however, I corn is daily supplied I needs trimming never
urea rdievedto find the Hon entirely of Francisco hotels.-Hotel Mail. ; GREAT SCOTT cnokea nor breaksebimneyvnever'vmena

ttv opinion.. I beast I II Why don't you cure that cough? DeWitt'Cough of the oilr' no fliekrrtof -
; never saw a go I ,no cllmbiDs of the
and Cure will do it.
through Explosion of a Pen Consumption
a performance with more expsshe Came,no l.JUK'nax.ot
accident recently This remedy is positively certain, prompt any
A serious happened I
air his
of protest. From generaljkmeanor if have not ex.Io4e. Aod
t when at Saint Martin de Crau, France. M. and thoroughly satisfactory, you be des it fires a etaw.
,indeed,I should say that tried it know this statement to be a fact, whitebrA6loto20a
&41:1 mane Is if notsooner this lion Landon, in charge of the police station, you kiM A bri1.UaIloe,
grown, the if you have not you are doing yourself aninjustice. er ryi Ao.itPI JG ,
Fill follow the prevailing fashion and had his hand shattered by explosionof It is sold by Dixon & Gray. "- la oitUrBrass

rtrike. I would rather'not be within his a pen bolder loaded with fulminate ofI I Aatlqve, hickeU Brosae Cold Also tr t .

**ach when that occurs.-LondoaTruth. mercury. The pen holder is supposed to KOTICE. The Gladstone Extension Study Lampfor .. <

r have been left on his desk by some malefactor All concerned will take notice that, eta CleJ' 1Jen. Editors, Students, Teachers, ;;...:- "-"'"
Th. Gnuat Matta. for Chicago. arrested the police Landon final Professors, Lawyers, Physicians and other ..
months after date I will present
D.- and my:
v "'C' onnn, Mass., March 21.-The: tried to use it, finding that the pen account to Honorable Minor S. Jones, professional men. A strlctlr fini cast for"an equestrian statue of did not enter the holder well,he though) Brevard The Gladstone Banquet Lamps made from very best materials, b} TWkIlMD
1 of countl"F1o'riand
', Grant, ordered by; the city of Chi- it was obstructed by some impurity: ,and County Judge from, The Gladstone Piano Lampsw : .and with beat tools ever devised ft j rose.Warrrntad .
or the artist Louie Beblssos, has tried to clean it with the point of. a long pray for an order dismissing me Send for price list. Single lamps at wAotetaU to do aU that canoe real, pecte&
u heard the further execution on the estate of JohnE. price boxed and sent safely by express.EjHSetour 'of the very best typewriter.jiUnu Cafal of writ
completed and received at the pin. Suddenly an explosion was 1 Moore late of said county d ec eased. prices. w String btHeving.' -j.:ins 150 word.per minute. or more according to the p
tm** Works in Chicopee, where the which litetaUyaha.ttefed the imprudenisabofficer's t.: .. Administrator7.386moV, GLADSTONE LAMP CO I ability of the OJ1<"nt r.. P .1C1.$100.tdYWw,1
casting will immediately tfc band and shook the walk of S. IL, KIT, .,,;" .. '' ,_, \, .S a
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::'8 'THE FLORIDA. STAR, THURSDAY/ tIAR. 27, 1890.


n Cocoa. Choir Saturday afternoon in Owners of Pianos
Mr. A. A. Taylor went up to Titusville the Episcopal Church. Will be glad to know that our tuner and
traveling Mr. W K. Batchelder .
.,. last week on business. The Ladies' Sewing Society met at the of Boston agent, Mass, will soon make his, Has just received a splendid line of all kind

Mrs. W, Wilson, of Courtney, made a residence of Mrs. O. K. Wood Thursdaylast. yearly visit to this place, when they can "

pleasant visit in Cocoa this week.. have their instruments put in the most from fine L .
; of Shoes. Everything a Kangaroo
perfect tune and order,and at an expense ,
week have Mr. James R. Howe, one of the most
The rains during the past t
I covering only the actual value for the
been most welcome and refreshing.Mr. prominent dry goods merchants of Brooklyn work done. to a low-quartered Lawn Tennis at prices-

and Mrs. Bendon, of Savannah, :M.: Y., and Rev. Mr. J. D. Wells, We have known him personally for ,
also of that city, visited Cocoa Monday. twenty years, he having tuned the first
Ga., were in Cocoa last week. pianos we ever sold. entirely below anything ever offered in Tit. ;
Key. Mr. Wells has been for forty years .
Col. E. C. Wade left here on Mondayfor As a practical tuner and repairer he I
Mexico: where he to visit his son. pastor of the South Third Street Presby- has no superior, and instruments en- usville before. Send for the best pair ofBrot
terian Church in Brooklyn, N. Y., and trusted to him will be most skillfully t

Mrs. W. H. Peck went to Titusvilleon during his sojourn in this "land of flow- tuned, regulated and repaired. Address R

Friday last for a brief visit to friends. ers and sunshine" his place is being filled him care of E B. Wa,-er through jour gans ever offered in this market, $1.20.A .
post-office and arrival he will
on -
Mr. G. W. Shallcross, of New. York, by his son, the Rev. Mr. W. Wells, co- call promptly I
upon jou. Line of Underwear and Flannel Shirts Just Receiyed.I
11 was in Cocoa Tuesday, attending to fruit pastor of the church of his father. Full particular given of prices, terms Big

commission business. On Tuesday morning of this week Mr. and styles of pianos and organs. Instru-
ments sent on trial to intending J. P. TUR.NEB.. d3 CO.
I .: : Mr. John Ransley, of Cincinnati, 0., and Mrs. D. Eyer, with their daughter, chasers. pur-
_. .
who is stopping at the Peck House, spent Miss Kate E., with Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Special reduced prices for tuning toyearb. GEORGE------M.--BOBBINS-, -------- --- -WALTER-- S.: GRAHAM:

Friday in Titusville.Mrs. Hellen, left on the steamer St.Augustinefor patrons Atty.-at-Law.
and Miss Kennedy, of their homes in Webster City, Iowa. LUDDEN & BATES,
Southern Music House, :O.CXBOiKnS: : : cfc C3-3El-A.EC-A.3VE:,
Baa Gallic, visited Mrs. Higgins at Rock- They have been comfortably located dur- Savannah, Ga. REAL ESTATE DEALERS
last week. ing the past two or three months in the ,
cottage of Mrs. Laura Willard, and have
Rev. James Bol ton preached morningand enjoyed their stay in Cocoa and on the T. D. GIBBENS, Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
evening in the new M. E. Church,
Indian[ river immensely, and have by P. O. fox, 250: ,
Cocoa, last Sunday. MANUFACTURERS' AGENT
their genial and pleasant manners won TITUSVILLE BREVA11D CO. FLORIDA
The air is laden with the delicious fra- ,
for[ themselves friends here
grance of the orange blossoms everywherenow We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents fur a large h uf
who hope to see them again next season.
all of Brevard
all in full Carries in Stock and Sells Manufacturers' carefully-selected Properties in parts County.
the are at -
as orange groves Before leaving the State they intend visiting Prices RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property -
bloom. St. Augustine and other places of on Indian River.
!r. Hildreth's little steamer, City of Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are uD< .) interest in Florida. Mr. Hellen, who is Lard Canned Meats Flour
and every effort will he made to give perfect satisfaction to intending 'nrchas.'r!' .If
from In- ,
Columbus, with a jolly party editor and proprietor of the Webster City may favor us with their patronage.No .

dianola on board, visited Rockledge. last Tribune, while enjoying his holiday down GRITS AND MEAL. Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.

.,Saturday. here, did a good deal of fishing and hunt- Special attention given to Colonies] and Syndicates desiring: large bodies of iv,-
Correspondence Solicited.
pricccllands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
,*:The Masons met on Friday night in ing, but the sport he seemed to enjoy

their Masonic lodge-room in Cocoa, andthctusual most was that of collecting up different FOR SALE, GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. SecretaryjBroxr .

amount of business was at- specimens of Florida woods, and then
xrca. Abs"tracrt of Title: Oo.,
tended to by the "brothers." making of them beautiful canes He NAPHTHA YACHT TARPON
Incorporated A. D. 1889.CAPITAL. .
:Mr. E. Stiling, of the hardware firm of has succeeded in getting thirty-five differ-
52 Feet First-class Order STOCK, $:>,000 ; FULLY PAID ; NOX-ASSE&SABLE. ,
I "b Stung & Taylor, of this place, sailed ent kinds of wood, and his trophies (in ; ,
I Charges for Abstracts follows $3.00 for Number and 50c. for each addditional r
down the river last week in the schooner the cane line) are real beauties. His Now at Rockledge. Also, as : Opening -
Transfer. For Abstract the the viz. $3X0
continuing an ,
charges are same,
Coquette, on business for the firm. friends will all be "caned, no doubt, 2 -Foot Launch for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer. .
when he reaches his home. ,
Two large wildcatsere captured at Taxes Paid for Ron-Residents. .

Georgiana by Mr. Burchfiel, County Surr. Died, Now at. Juno, Lake Worth. Also, 1b For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and

last week, and are now on exhibition annoyance: incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against 10000bTu
veyor, On the morning of the 30th instant, 2l-Foot Naphtha Launch Sale. 12
i.. at DIr 1Y. V. Rhodes', the taxider- Titusville Florida at the residenceof
near Box 250, Titusville, Fla.
r. mist, at Rockledge. her daughter, Mrs. Angeline C. All\\n Fir:;t-Class Order. All will be .

.' ,_ The Iqdian River Drug Company has Holden, age 69. Sold Cheap for Cash. E. L. :BR..A..DYGroceries --;

;, erected a large street lamp in front of Mrs Holden's last sickness continued ADDRESS,

'y their store. This is another of the many only during one night. Her disease was F. D. HUGHES, Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

I yt improvements lately added to Cocoa by "la grippe." Having been for some time JUPITER, FLA.Brevard ,

Drs. Hughlett & Daniel. previous in declining health, she provedan I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and ',

I Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher, of Courtney easy prey to this much-dreaded dis Co. Fancy

f 4 with their two little daughters and ease. She was born near Richmond, Va., Groceries, Fruit and Food Products 1

baby boy and nurse, visited Jupiter last and was the eldest daughter of Thomas Of
all kinds. Also my Stock of
I' week on the steamer St. Lucie, and returned and Mary Clay. STATE BANK

home on Monday.f' While she was but a little child her j Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Food & Beat.I .,

.. Mrs. Wm. McMullen,of Grand Rapids, parents, with their family, moved to the COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line *f

i Mich., accompanied by her sister, Mrs. J. State of Alabama. At the age of thirteenshe Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit

F. Allen, of Linesville, Pa., arrived into was made the subject of divine 1889. Jour patronage. Very truly,

to .. Cocoa last week and are guests of the grace, and united with the Baptist CAPITAL: E. Jj. BRADY.
Subscribed, 823,0001I1horlzetl, .- ---- _
Peck House. church iu which she remained and liveda ; -- --- -- .4 -

consistent Christian: life, until the $100,000.ACCOUNTS .
The friends of Mr. H. J.Tiffin, of Montreal GOLDSMITH BROS. :
Master called her to the church trium- SOLICITED
Canada will be to learn
pleased phant.In We are fairly] well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors, and hanwt
l to Loan at Lowest Rates
that he will be on the Indian river in the Money
the year 1855 she was married to enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning, we solicit the good will of tit
.' early part of next month, for a short DIRECTORS: friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always keep full Stock of
Joshua E. Holden. To them were born
at his at Courtney. ALBERT TAYLOR President.
stay orange grove three children, viz., Fannie John and Goods Hats Notions Etc. .
Viee-Prcs idcnt.II. Clothing
> ,
Mr.Plimpton's new cat-boat,which was Nannie The responsibility of providingfor B HOLMUS, Cashier. ,

built by himself and Mr. Joyner, was, and training this little family rested\ J. M. Sanders, J. F. Woo ten. And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this Jise. We

.launched on last Saturday. She is a perfect upon her, on account of the early deathof have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies, which *

model and one of the prettiest boatsof her husband.In RIVERTATE worth Seeing- and Buying.

that style ever seen on the Indian this undertaking-looking to her INDIAN BANK. We only deal in

river Heavenly Father for guidance and isFJSt-Olsiss: : Goods,

Mrs. John J. Morris and her grand strength, notwithstanding the magnitudeof Titusv-life, Florida. Bought: in first-class manner, and guarantee price as well as quality
Incorporated under Laws State of Florida.
daughter, Miss Clark, who have been visiting the work and the many trials to be GOLDSMITH BUGS., TITUSVILLE, FLA. ;

c' at Mrs. E. Wades, left for their encountered-she proved equal to the Authorized Capital, $100,000,
r :
( home in New York City this week, well trust committed to her care. For some Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A Strawberry P1an."ts :l23L SOJDtoaaaJDOrNunan's :

pleased with "lovely Rockledge" and the years she, with her little family, residedat GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN and
84.00 /
SACTED. Improved Hoffman's Seedling, per 1000. Order carfy
Indian river. Nashville, Tenn., afterwards at Cin- JAMES PRITCIIARP, President Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and clunak

The Rev. Mr. A. T. Sharpe will .hold cinnati, 0., and then at Knoxville, W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm,.the Davidge Fertilizer C"

divine services and administer holy com Tenn. While at the latter place she was WM. M. BROWN, Cashier. Send for Circular Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal), etc., and MapW Std
Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit
Trees. Send for catalogue
munion on Easter Sunday,April Gth,at 11 called to mourn the loss of her eldest
Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar- JOHN tt. JiEAGlf Indian River Nurseries Melbourne, Fla.
crock a. m., in Michael's Episcopal] daughter by death. With the view of nett, J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and ---

Church, Cocoa. All are cordially iu- benefiting the health of her son, who W. M. Brown

vited. from cold contracted while engaged in Every favor consistent will ConservativeCorrespondents EDGAR HOUSE,

Miss Louise Powe, of Rockledge, accompanied ministerial work, had become the victimof Bankin cgtcadcd
ClONe to Indian River Inlet.
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Powe, consumption. She came to Titusville,
: Seaboard Nat'l Bank of
of Ansonia, Conn., as far as Titusyille but it was too late. In a few short New York ; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville., Schooner, MANATEE, FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA

last week. Mrs. Powe has been visiting months she was> called to lay his body in
J. W. ZELLERS, Master. Fish, Oysters and Game by the
in for several weeks and is the This double bereavementwas
Rockledge grave
JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO. This 28-ton Yacht can be charteredfor :Millions. Boats Wagons and Dug--
her way home after a delightful stay on a heavy trial for her; yet she boreit all points up and down the river, on ,

Indian river. with Christian submission. Dealers inMonuments the coast, or to the Bahamas. gies to take Tourists hunting

Mr. and Mrs. D. Bethune Duffield and The burden of her talk during her last Commodious, safe and good accommo- fishing. Good Road from her to

night on earth was of mother, home and dations. Further particulars address- the Gulf Coast.
:Mrs. H. 4. Clark, of Detroit, Mich., with
.s Headstone TITUS"'ILLE, FLA.
Mrs. H. F.Williamson,of Duluth,:Minn., heayen.When asked if she had any I have Lots and Houses to sell IB

left Cocoa last week for St. Augustine special word of advice for her daughter, 52 CD 05 Iron Fencing, Edgar Town. Call AddressA.

and other points of interest in the State, who was standing by her side, she replied 1i I Z ] Lawn Furniture or

after having spent some weeks most with the earnestnesss and tenderness ofa I .. > 55 Marble, G. LAGOW, Proprietor.

1 pleasantly the Indian river loving Christian mother, "Live a :::: Granite, Slate,
Christian life and meet me in heaven." :2Q: FOR SALE
A happy marriage took place at 4 a Onyx. ,
Her remains were interred in the LaGrange
o'clock m. last Sunday in Cocoa at the
p. Building Stone,
residence of Dr. J. O. Schofield. The son. Cemetery, by the side of her .a:) Wire Fencing, The Bagger Grove HODGSON BROS

contracting parties were Miss Carrie A. Slate Mantels, ,
"Calm on the bosom of thy God
Moore of L. I. Iron 2Iantels
,formerly Babylon, daughter -
Fair Spirit rest thee now !
Merritt's Island Indian River
i of Mr. A. I. Moore, and Mr. W. G. E'en while with us thy footsteps trod, Grates General Merchants

Paterson, a young man.of sterling worth, His seal was on thy brow. Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South.

from Scotland,who is head bookkeeperfor Dust to its narrow house beneath Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostly

the firm of J. :M. Sanders & Co., oft Soul to its place on high 1 in bearing, besides Limes, Guavas and

t this place. The ceremony was performed They that have seen thy look" in death, Bananas, and about 8 Acres of uncleared Eau Gallie Florida.
' No more may fear to die. Land. ,
'by Rev. James Bolton, and was witnessed ,
by only a few intimate friends of the Beautiful situation, overlooking the In-
The Fast and New Steam Yacht Vera dian and Banana River. .
bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs.Paterson will leave Ormond Mondays,Wednesdaysand For terms and other particulars address INDIAN RIVER

have gone to housekeeping amidst the Fridays at 7 a. m. for Titusville. And ill kinds of THinp, Hearths Wire Slate,and -:- .
in act made of Wire,Iron, kind of
hearty congratulations and good wishesof Returning, leave Titusville, Tuesdays, anything or any U
Stone. *
Wittfeld Georgiana Fla. Steam Sail Boats for CbaitH tj
their numerous friends, in the Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m. from Send for Catalogue, at the same time stating the ; or
prettynew citydoct, foot of Main street Passengersonly. style of goods yon are in need of,as we hare different
cottage which has lately been erected Catalogues In the different,brancaes of our Or, F. H. GOULD, 15 Roseville ave.,
" and furnished by Mr.Patterson' 43-34 CAFT. WM. KITCHELL. business 25 Day Week or lonth.I .
1 23 Laura Street: Jacksonville Fla. Newark, N. J,

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