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:
April 3, 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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Resource Identifier:
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.: LOCAL LACONICS. -Services will be held at the Methodist -I will pay the highest cash price for Car-load of seed Irish potatoes just -Passengers for the early morningtrain

Church Sunday next. egret and heron plumes. G. Nolle.J. received by J. S. Watson & Co. can rest a little longer, as the time

THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. -Mrs. M. E. Titus, who has been S. Watson & Co. have got them _We learn that Messrs. J. M. Lee & for departure has been changed from 5:00

Current Events or Our Town and Suburbs ill for the past week or so, is now much vegetable crates of all kinds. I Bro. expect to close the Hotel Indian to 5:45.

Briefly Epitomized. better. -Rev. Jas. Bolton will preach at River next Monday, the 6th instant. Confirmation services at St Gabriel's

Money Money Money to Brantly on Sunday next, April 6th. All -Mangold, the artist, leaves for Pa- Episcopal church, conducted by Bishop

-Ship your plumes to G. Nolle. loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & are invited to attend. latka Saturday. This is your last chancefor Weed, Friday evening, commencing at

J. S. Watson & Co. want a lot of Graham Titusville Fla. -Conductor Dearborn has taken the photos. Call. early if you wish to 7:30 o'clock.

r h' dropped oranges.Mr. The Rev. W. N. Chandoin will hold place of Conductor Borroughs on the avoid,the rush.Hosford -We have been informed that Senator

and Mrs. H. S. McLean, of Chicago divine service in the Courthouse next main line. Mr. Dearborn is a general the barber, will close his shop Matt Quay, of Pennsylvania, ere he left

were in'town a few days the end of Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. All favorite. on Sunday hereafter, s<> that all his pat Indian River a few days ago, purchased a

last week. are cordially invited. Highest price paid for long and short rons must call around the night before. place at St. Lucie which he will trans-

} -The steamer Nyanza, of Eau Gallic, -:M. B. Bunnell, brick-layer and white crane or heron skins with plumes. He will keep open until 12 o'clock if form into a winter home.

came up Sunday afternoon returning plasterer is prepared to take contracts Address Herman & Guinzburg, 627 & business demands it.

s'. next morning. anywhere on Indian River. Address 629 Broadway New York. -Mr. George Paddison has a contractfor CINDERS FROM CANAVERAL SPARKS
F -Captain T. F. Kidwell, proprietor of : all communications to Titusville Flori- -Services were held at the Presbyterian clearing about twenty acres in Turn-

t the Grand View returned from a trip da. 29 Baptist and Methodist places of worship bull hammock and planting same in or- That they fell on the head of nearly

f North last Friday.Mrs. Sunday next is Easter Sunday. The Sunday last. The congregations at ange trees during the next two or three every resident during the past week.

,' W. B. Watson and family left Easter services will be held at the Epis- neither place were very large. months, forMr. E. Goodall, of Maine.It That none fell on the head of the man

r', en the steamer St. Lucie Tuesday, for a copal Church Sunday following, Rev. A. -Dr. G. W. Holmes, of City Point is now said that duck-shooting who started the fire.
T. Sharpe conducting the service at inside the limits of town is a That be the
trip to Lake Worth. was a welcome visitor to our town Monday corporate may five thousand dollar

-Fine cheesecloth, suitable for sum- Cocoa on Easter Sunday. and a STAR reporter found him in pleasure that even a disciple of Black- damage suit may bring him to terms.

mer dresses curtains, etc. send for -Notice.. There will be a meeting of I his usual pleasant and genial manner. stone cannot indulge in with impunity That it was a sad day for Canaveral

sample.-E. P. Branch, Melbourne.J. ; the Indian River L. A. M. B. S. at eight -Mrs. Gardner S. Harftee and daughter without the marshal catching him at it. when that sloop came ashore on our

# o'clock Monday evening next. By Miss Florence, returned to their -A petition signed by our leading borders.
S. Watson & Co. all 1
want the : order. MES. M. P. ROBBINS President ; home at Rockledge Tuesday afternoon, citizens has been forwarded to Mr. D. F. That one of the oldest landmarks In

vegetables you can ship them. They C. H. WALTON, Secretary.J. after visiting her friend Mrs. R. P. Pad- Jack, General Manager of the J., T. & the community became a prey to the de-

can get you as good prices here as you A. Durst, of Crescent City the dison, of this place. K. W. System, praying that Mr. W. P. vouring elements-the old DeSoto re- f
can get by shipping north. Lawshe be retained in charge of the sidence.
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor -Attention is called to the new adver- may p
-Quite a large party went for a few ida,is now operating Lake Worth, Fla., tisement of our hardware merchant :Mr. company's affairs at this place. It was That Franklin had to skedaddle for

,x bo'urs' sail, Sunday afternoon, in Capt. where all communications be ad- rumored that he is to lose his position. his life, and his wife, too, to,cave them.
may F. T. Budge, this week. Several lines of
Len Gardner's comfortable and commo- That Honeywell couldn't fight fire forgetting
dressed and information received. new goods have recently been receivedat -First quarterly conference of Indian
dious yacht, Robinson Crusoe.J. on his house looking how near it
River Mission M. E. South will
-Mr. L. C. Oliver is furnishing the his store, to which he invites inspec Church ,
,t S. Watson & Co. have just received lumber for the new Court House for: tion. be held at City Point next Thursday, the was to his premises.
of different kinds of fertilizers J. Nixon elder. That George Quarterman must have
two cars 10th Rev. T. presiding
Dade this week.
county Captain Nelson, -The Indian River L. A. M. B. S. had the STAR
given that $25,000
and you certainly will do well to with the schooner Manatee, will deliverit another pleasant gathering on Monday Special services will be held Sunday, last week. ship yarn

write them for prices before buying else- two of that commodious Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday preceding
,requiring trips the attendance not
evening although was : That Frank Kline lost least
where. the conference by Revs. Simmons,
schooner. quite so large as at the previous meeting.A I the maddest'man on the Cape.
Bolton Nixon and Jones.
E -Superintendent W. B. Watson, who The marshal has been around of hours passedby ,
the couple was pleasantly That, from actual count by John Abbott -
is the alert in the interest of the -The Social at Presbyterian church
ever on
:; past day or two serving summons on all readings, vocal and instrumental 400,000,000 rattlesnakes were des-
' Indian River people, has made a con- able-bodied men of our town to work the music. last Thursday night was not very largely troyed in the melee. ;

tract, at a cost of $300, to have Jupiter roads for three Satur- attended, though everyone there had a
days, commencing' -It will pay to travel the entire That the old Wesson grove and residence
r. Inlet ; pleasant time. The cake ice cream,
opened. day, the 12th instant. Those who do not length of Indian River to have your was almost consumed, which once
: -Messrs. Robbins & Graham have discovered want to do manual work may commuteby dental work done by Doctor Dodson.He T ffee, and other things were very nice, was a large and flourishing property.
and it is rather ladies
S f, a formation on land in Turnbull paying $1.00 for the three days. Result is the prince of good workmen and discouraging to the That from the lighthouse tower the

t. hammock which has the appearance of : everyone will commute, and colored always gives you the best of the bargain. that the attendance was not larger. The scene reminds one of Sodom and Go- 4)

J. being iron ore. A sample has been for laborers will have to be employed at high Call and see. receipts, we learn, were about $28.00.At morrah. .

warded ,to the Sub-Tropical for exhibi- rates per day to do the work. -Mr.: L. D. Graham, of Eau Gallic, the morning service, Presbyterian That all the deer in the Cape are huddled
,- church Sunday Rev. John Foy read the
I tjon. -Messrs. Henry Titus and Theo. has moved to this place for the summer in a two-mile square plat.

I t' Washburn returned, yesterday, from months with his job printing outfit. report for the church year ending March That either .John Hogan or the rain

Jacksontulle their cruise down the river, where they Tuesday afternoon he located in the 31st, showing substantial growth in the put the fire out, else it would have gone

\r. Gardner & Son took possession of theii. had considerable sport. Mr. Titus was building next to Duren's market, owned church in every way the past year. The .Indian River Inlet.

.1 new store yesterday,and are now opening; fortunate enough to capture a nine-foot by Dr. Jennings.Miss membership has nearly been doubled in That Jim Knight was Hauling canned
" '. that time. As Mr. Foy attends the meet- with old Kit while the flames
; line of Consult theii shark after struggle.
ry up a large goods. man-eating a great Louise Jones expects to start ing of the Presbytery this week the
: advertisement which will be found l also four and rolled on.That .
I' new They caught tarpon over for Jacksonville next Monday. She is
will be
usual next
services Sunday
:... of fish in their week's The by dint of hard effort Mrs. Mc-
!' on our eighth Page to-day. SOOlbs. trip. going on a week's visit to friends at the
:; omitted but will be resumed the Sunday
Kenzie and Goldbranson's places escaped -
:, ; -Mr. Josh Lewis secured two young cruise was made in the sloop Magic, above place and St. Augustine. Sucha following, April 13th. .
the flames.
) ". otters on a recent trip down the river, in command of Capt. Ed. Titus. favorite as Miss Louise, will certainlybe
That the flames "that lit the battle
.. /; one of which died soon after it was cap- -The steam launch Lela V., owned missed in town. HYPOLUXO.The "
wreck, shone around the Blonde until it
:Yn'' tared. The other one is cared for by by Messrs. Lee Bros, Hotel Indian -The steamer St. Lucie consumed buzz of the horse-fly and the plain- reached her deck.
Mr. Fred and is doing well. River Rockledge made her last trip to
.5 Losley, fifty cords of wood on the trip before tive hum of a straggling mosquito is That Bill Reed worked harder than ha
I With its present size it makes a playful Titusville on Tuesday afternoon. She last to Jupiter and return. This quantity -
heard in the land also the deep, low ever did before in his life. Cause?
L companion for Fred's dog. started from here to Jacksonville, yes is used owing to the fact that her
growl of the exasperated Hypoluxian as That Penny hasn't, got by half the
-Mrs.. !Mussenden and daughter MissY terday, with Captain Ed. Magruder and boiler wastes steam. This will neces- he anathematizes the individual who is whiskers he started in with. .

r- Katie, and Mrs. Sinsabaugh who areS Engineer Pierce on board. This little sitate her being overhauled at an early responsible for the way our so-called That Henry Wilson crawled out of his

visiting Mrs. !L P. Robbins this winter steamer which has done good service day. daily mail is miscarried. What a huge bed about two o'clock a. m., looked at

4. season, spent Tuesday and Wednesday of during the past season, is to be sold, and The steamer Chattahoochee, with joke it is! Schedule time has been en- the flames said "let her roll," and crawled -
J. M. Lee & Bro. intend purchasing
'this week at St. Augustine, witnessing Messrs. Captain C. F. Fischer on board as pilot, tirely ignored. The fussy little steam in again.

t. the celebrations of Ponce de Leon day. I a larger one to run in connection passed out through Indian River Inlet flatboat arrives at all unseemly hours That we hope it will be a birthday of ,

They will return,to-day. with their hotel next winter. Friday morning at 11 o'clock. At 7:30 between 4 o'clock (her time)and 11 p. m., George Washington last year, before we w

-Judge M. S. Jones and wife expect The morning of the first day of April the same evening she was sighted off and Sunday afternoon, instead of Saturday have another such fire as this. }* \

.. to start to-day on a trip for a few days to found our genial merchant, Mr. S. H. Jupiter, all well. She is on her way to I suppose the captain loses his reck- BlLLDOMINEEB.Mr. .

Dade county. The STAB has been promised Ray, playing a trick on many of our New Orleans.Dr. oning, for he don't have time to take a

i a letter from his fluent pen during ladies by his writing them notes desiring A. D. Cohen Baptist minister, observations, and the squeaky little en- G. W. Hawkins, Frank Hawkins,

;; the trip.. As a correspondent the Judge each one to call on his wife, as she had of Sanford, Fla, preached at the Court gines make so much noise that they disturb sons of ex-mayor, Hawkins, of Newark,
tell them. N. J. and Mr. Richards brother-inlaw
stands on the highest round of the lad- something of importance to House Sunday evening to a fair-sized his calculations. But it is really too ,
of Mr. G. W. Martin, of who
of six
per, and our readers will be pleased to By 10 o'clock a delegation or eight audience. Dr. Cohen thinks he will locate bad that dignified Uncle Samuel should arrived here about two months since for

hear from him. ladies had arrived at :Mrs. Ray's, when at Titusville as his work will now be made a party to such an unqualifiedfarce. the purpose of cruising the Indian River, ;
the truth dawned upon them and they have returned and left for their home ,
A. J. Whitlock of the Narrows be along the coast, and he is well pleased a
proceeded to Mr. Ray's store and talked a few days ago. Their object was pleasure -
was in town last week for the first. him into the notion of buying his wife a with our town. I wonder if Diogenes with a 10,000 and to inform themselves in regardto

time in nearly two years. The Judge for the he had fooled -Mr. Hutchinson has been fencing in candle power electric search light, could future investments. They recognize,
9 in his new dress way find honest commission man in New as all who have, visited us do,that Nature
all the section the south side an
says vegetable
growers his
of on ;
them. It is needless to say Mrs. Ray part property has been extremely lavish in the bestowalof
; have only!needed rain to make big received the new dress at Mr. Ray's ex laying new pipes for his artesian well York. I think he could, but the old her gifts on this particular section

+ ; crops, but the dry weather this season water, and grading and generally im- gent would get very tired. Speaking of Mr. G. VV Hawkins, who makes frequent

_': has cut short the clop almost as bad as pense.Last proving the appearance of his riverfront checks-few,small and far between-how European tours, says he enjoyed the I.
Saturday morning, about 3 or 4 Indian River far than i iof
of the does for dollar and four cents for on more any
the a
freeze did in northern parts When all the river grass is removed -
Mr. Pete abroad.A .
Sheriff Bowman and his trips 4
k : State. o'clock, it will add greatly to the neat- five crates of tomatoes strike you? Said 4
start out in a buggyto
arranged to
-Mr. W. M. Brown, Cashier of Indian Myers Just as they were ness of his hotel property.The tomatoes were good ones properly picked, big cut in prices of photographs.In :
Hirer Bank summoned North last hunt squirrels. in commandof prettily papered, patiently packed and order to make things lively, I have J
was to start and Mr. Bowman had got steamer York of cabinets down to $3.50 t
ready stylishly stencilled S. C. U., New put the prices
IT Thursday by the serious illness of his and Mr. John Stewart-son of the well-
into the buggy at his house, Capt. and will I send them some more? S. C. per dozen or $2.50 per half-dozen, thereby '
I. mother-she being hardly expected to Myers was ready to step in, the horse known St. Johns River skipper, Captain placing first-class pictures within the
: survive a severe attack of la grippe and from the slamming of the Dick Stewart-started for :Melbourne at Use me. reach of all. Come at once as we shall
took fright The Bradley boys, with George Char- remain but a short time..
peritonitis and to learn, from afternoon to
we regret fire-box door on the locomotive, whichwas two o'clock Sunday carry MANGOLD, the Artist.
l information to hand last night, that she being fired up only a few steps away, passengers, mails and freight between tres and Will LaFeasse, have returned

: is inla very low condition. Mrs. Brown and ensued. The sheriff man- that place and this. We understand from a successful hunt in the marsh, From the Land of Flowers.
A Jfe sides at Cbnninsville Conn. Mr. a runaway Stewart was quite a favorite bringing in 200 alligator plumes, about
+ aged to hold his grip until the horse Captain Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29, 1889.
*Brown will return here next week. when the while on the St. John's River. 100 white plumes, and have sent thirteen 1
i Mr. English's place,
Savannah Ga
reached deers to the hotels and numerous turkeys.The Mr. A. B. GIRARDEAIT, ,
it ; -The steamer St. Augustine came up dash-board gave way and he fell forwardto -Mr. A. L. Ryals, editor of the :Mc- B. Jim Dandies for little DEAR tIR-I have fully tested the '
bdys are
from Melbourne Sunday morning to be where he got entangledwith arrived here Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic yon
the ground, Rae (Ga.) Enterprise, yesterday ?
but old B. is an innocuous ( )
on hand to take Mr. Mason Young and the reins and was dragged a short afternoon on his return with the ones, man sent me and have to report 15 cases of
Rock- old humbug, who drinks imaginary Chills and Remitting Fever that it has
party-who arrived Monday-to he freed himself from the Association from their
distance ere Press
Georgia With
and delights failure. some
whisky from syruptitious jugs cured. Not one
Jedge. They returned,here Tuesday and runaway. The horse kept going until trip to Havana. Mr. Ryals who is a in shocking the staid prohibs and experience as to the demands of Georgiaand

started for a trip to Daytona, with the Duren's market was reached, where the brother of Mrs. E. B. Wager, brought Florida, and especially in the southeastern
Tiewof inquiring into the practicability of buggy was smashed into pieces by coming his wife and,two children as far as San- the upper ten. part of this State, I know of no
v" ': Titusville in contact with a fence-post just back of The Miami mail carrierhad, last week, remedial agent so worthy of general use
opening the between
up route The sheriff escaped with ford last.Thursday, and they have been Whoever originated it is a
the of mail to on as yours.
two Heavy bags carry
and Watson,
Si that place. Superintendent slight injuries considering the dangerous visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Wager the past public benefactor. Yours truly,
on board the Cleo, was at the Haulovetn very manner in which he feu from thee week. Mr. Ryals reports a pleasant tripto back on that weary tramp. I pity him, S. F. GOVE, s

', ,., .q w % day, taking soundings, and found th buggy, and is now able to be about again. the city of the, West India for I have been there. Missionary Florida Baptist Country on

" -, M wpth of water quite sufficient for the St His injuries are bruises and sprains abOut islands.queen '*f I RUTUVEN. Indian. river' and its Yicinity.
back and hips.
Augustine to go through with safety. the

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:: 'Chita" sold his first manuscript or done wigs OocEerell "Dame Is
hadco the Life Worth Living? CARDS
A MOST' SINGULAR GENIUS. it submitted. He came with more oing assurance,with a nervous tremoloin
'. Not if you go through!: the world a dys
future occasions, but never could he persuade the voice. M. BOBB S. WAIT** R. GJUJUx-,
peptic. Dr. Acker's
Dyspepsia Tabletsare President
himself to knock that Brevard Secy. Brnard
at editorial Two o'clock struck and found Hearn Abstract A.b
LA CADIO ,HEARN, THE STUDENT OF a positive cure for the worst forms of Co. lUact.eo.ROBBINS .
door for admission. Up and down, up bent low over Bloss desk, the perspiration Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulency and & GRAHAM
THE TROPICS. and down the hall he would pace or glideuntil oozing out on his forehead, while Constipation. Guaranteed, and sold by'Dixon ,

Col. Cockerell came forth, whetherthe the most fanciful expressions ever coined & Gray, druggists.We ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
time consumed in waiting was ten were oozing out of his brain-and trick ,
O. P. Caylor, Who Das Known IIIra for P. O. Box 250, TrrUs-VILLE, Brevsrd
minutes or two hours. down his Can and Do Co.. F1orldL
Many Yean, Writes Mont ling right arm through his fingers FVTiU practice in all the ountiea of the Seventh
t Entertaininglyof However, :Mr. Hearn finally was putupon over his pen upon the paper, putting Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, Circuit and in the Supreme Court Special facili.
Him and IIIn Marvelous Word Pic- the regular staff of The Enquirerand the finish to one of the most mss for it has been fully demonstrated to the ties Correspondence for Examining solicited and from Perfecting Land Title
tare. long did good work there. terly reports of a sensation ever written. people of this country that it is superiorto to Spanish Grants Money to Loan. j<*
'. [Special Correspondence.] :Mr. Hearn and I labored together un A half eaten apple lay hard by. all other preparations for blood diseases. -
NEW YORK, March 27.-A most ro der Col. Cockerell's editorship for some The door opened with a jump. Editor It is a positive cure for syphilitic D. L. GAULDEN,

mantic genius has forced its bright light fears thereafter, up to the time he wentto Cockerell came in this time and walked poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim
recently through the thick atmosphere : New Orleans. He was continually across to the desk. "Cut it right off pIes. It purifies the whole system and ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

of literature. I refer to Lafcadio Hearn, talking of the tropics and the lands of there, Hearn; we must go to press," thoroughly builds up the constitution.For Titusville Florida.

d the author of "Chita" and "Y ouma,"the dreams, passion and vendetta; HeI was his command. "Only two lines sale by Dixon & Gray, druggists. M. THRASHER
latter lately published in serial form in \ chafed at the phlegmatic life and habits I more," gasped Hearn, as he picked up Can't Sleep NightsIs A. ,

Harpers Magazine. This author's tal- of the north. None of those who knew the apple and hastily revolved it close the complaint of thousands suffering, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

ents in weird romance are universally ac- j him was surprised, therefore, when heI I before his eye to select a choice bite. from Asthma,Consumption,Coughs,etc.: i P. O. Box 20, \XFORD,,FLA.
knowledged. And I find myself wondering i announced his intention to go to New Biff! rattle! Before the bite was selectedthe Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English; Will practice in all the counties ol the Seventh
how many of his charmed readers Orleans. For days before his departure editorial hand sent the half consumed Remedy? It is the best preparation Circuit and Supreme Court. 3

have any sort of correct conception i he talked aiout nothing but sweet scent- fruit of good and evil across the known for all Lung Troubles. Sold on JONES & ATKINSON
of what the author himself may be. For I ed magnolias, luscious laden orange room, and Hearn was forcibly informedthat a positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by ,

Mr, Hearn as a man is as widely distinct trees, romantic canebrakes, wild, weird it was no time for fruit while the Dixon & Gray, druggists.A AttorncjutLavi,
from the other types of mankind with bayous, lissome, many hued, gliding ser- presses waited. Titusville
which he mingles as his romance is pecu- I pents,grewsome cemeteries where orange Cockerell had his hand on the sheet of Duty to Yourself.It Florida.

liarly a type of its own among the mul- I blossoms sent up eternal incense, and paper when Hearn made the curlique at is surprising that people will use a J T. SANDERS
tiplicity of styles in story telling as it willowy, olive cheeked Creole women. the bottom to signify "finis." The pen common, ordinary pill when they can
exists and is practiced today. Among his confidants was H. R. W. was not raised from the final effort till secure a valuable English one for the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

I am one of three newspaper men now Smith known at that time as "The the editor had that last page of manu- same money. Dr. Acker's English Pillsare Will practice in all th*;Courts of the Seventh Judicial
living in New York who knew Mr. Hearn Headline Fiend," at present exchange script in his hand and had started toward a positive cure for sick headache and I Circuit of Florida.

L when he struggled as a reporter, making editor of The Chicago Tribune. To Mr. the door to carry it to the compositors, all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, P. O. Box.235.Money to Loan.TITUSVILLE, FLA. '
his start in the world of letters. The Smith Hearn was in the habit of going I that it might be added to the rest of the easily taken, and do not gripe. For sale 11

other two are Cot John A. Cockerell, nightly after "thirty" had been receivedand article, already in typ, as he believed. by Dixon & Gray, druggists.A DR. L. T. DANIEL, ,

editor of The New York World, and H. I pouring out his hopes and expec- "Mr.Cockerell.! The gentle voice stoppedthe Child Killed.

E. Krehbiel, the distinguished musical tations, which were to be fulfilled in chief. He turned when to his hog Another child killed the DENTIST,
R critic of The Tribune. What I desire that more genial latitude. None of us, ror Hearn lifted the lid of his desk and opiates given in the form by of use of COCOA, FLORIDA.
herein to say of Mr. Hearn will no doubt I dare say, expected to ever hear of him said: "Here is fie rest of it." Soothing
f be concurred in'by both the gentlemen I in the foremost rank of novelists; not Sure enough, there it was-three col Syrup.such Why deadly mothers poison give is their surprising children M. D. L. DODSON, t
have named. because we did not think him
capableand umns of manuscript. Not a sheet had when they can relieve the child of its
First, I wish to say that the creator of worthy, but because we all believed been sent to the news room, but had peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's DENTIST,
"Chita" and "Youma" while a mental he would fall a victim to the semitropical TITUSVILLE
been chucked into the desk as it was pre Baby Soother. It contains no opium or FLORIDA.
Apollo, an intellectual Samson, is and climate and disease, on account of pared. morphine. Sold by Dixon& Gray, druggists Aching teeth filled and Raved without destroying
always has been a pauper in personal en his delicate constitution and effeminate Let me draw the veil or drop the cur fully.the nerves.Roots Teeth with &b cesses treated incceu.
crowned .
dowments, and wholly devoid of any external p hysique.n tain it Para substantially Plates of
as pleases you. Every old employs pure gum. Broken Plates mended. Badly
charms wherewith he could wi But how true it is that the expected of The Enquirer who happened to NOTICE. fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted painless
the favorof those with whom he came in seldom occurs. Mr. Hearn had scarcely be around the offices that night will remember In Circuit Court for Brevard County and ly- Office on Washington avenue. 8

daily contact. become acclimated when the yellow fever the scene that ensued. There State of Florida. In Chancery. WALTER s. GRAHAM M. D.
As I knew him fifteen years ago, Mr. scourged New Orleans and almost depopulated wasn't much action, but the techniquewas John T. Huntington 1
Hearn would attract attention anywhere; Memphis. For months nothingwas grand. The atmosphere was blue, vs. Office Consultation. $1.00.
not because of a superior presence, heard of him by his friends and fort hot and full of James Knapp Visits in Titusville. $2.00.
revolving corners for ten Calls between 10 p. m. and 6 a. m.will be charged
rather on account of his oddity among] mer newspaper associates in Cincinnati. minutes. As Gus Williams says in his The husband of Jose- double rates.Obstetrical.

the multitude of the streets. He was asrehbiel When disease had run its course Mr. song, "Oh, such beautiful language." phine Knapp, deceased tion are positively canes,declined.and canes outside the Corpora
little man, below the medium height, ,then a reporter on The Cincin We cannot find fault with Col. Cockerel and the Children
"with a stature still further shortened by nati Gazette, received a characteristic for the words he uttered upon that occasion and Heirs and Devi- J F. LEWIS,
a habit of rounding his shoulders and letter from Hearn. The writer expressed ; words more expressive and hair sees of said Josephine ..

bending his head forward, whether walking his inability to understand the workingsof raising than any which Hearn had Knapp, and against Order for CM! Engineer and Snneyor
a r sitting or standing. He seemed to Providence because beautiful women, penned in his three columned sensation, E. K. Webster, JosePubliC3tion.. ,
be painfully conscious-over conscious, manly, handsome men and lovely children but they were most piteously powerlessto phine C. Webster, Titus*Hie, Fla.
Indeed-of his appearance. The sight of had been strickgn around about Frances W. Da'merand
express the state of Editor Cockerell's B.
one eye was entirely destroyed, and the him on every hand, while he, the uncouth surprised soul. James M. Darner, R. BURCHFIELD,

glazed surface constantly bespoke the in appearance, for whom no hu-. In the foggy atmosphere of the editorial her husband, and COUNTY
loss. The other eye was near sighted, man heart would quicken its pulsationat Hearn against Orloff M. SURVEYOR.Orders .
expression, escaped. And
and as a consequence Mr. Hearn never the announcement of his death, had when he came back next day to reportfor Dorman, his Heirs by mail will receive as prompt
read or wrote line which been the and Assigns. attention as calls in .
a was not within wholly ignored by yellow reaper duty he trod with ansjel steps and person.Address
four inches or less of his face. His of death's harvest. His letter ended for six hours he was afraid to do more Whereas it appears by the bill of : Georgiana, Fla.
imperfect sight being confined to one eye the subject by a suggestion that it mightbe than think. When he met )Ir. complaint, filed in the above entitled .
caused his head to follow the line from possible yellow fever drew the line of Cockerel he finally cause, that all of the defendants therein ,LA RUE P. ELY,
was fully prepared to drop
left to and back like its reside without the State of Florida
right the motion of acquaintanceship on,the plane of personal dead. ,
the typewriter. appearance, and that he, LafcadioHearn the editor's kindly "Hello, that the husband and heirs of Josephine Notary Public for the State at Large.
Hearn, saved his life and that's how it
I have often thought that it was this occupied a position beyond the happens we have "Chita" and "Youma"to Knapp reside at Porto De Plata, in the Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist.
compulsory habit which caused :Mr. line.l Republic of Santo Domingo; that E. K.
thrill us now. O. P. CA noR. Webster resides at Fort Omaha in the CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof .
Hearn's constant curve of the shouldersand One incident in Mr. Hearn's reportorial ,
droop of the head. But he dislikedto life l on The Enquirer impressed itself State of Nebraska; that Josephine C. over 30 years' experience. Natural

face his fellow men, and why shouldhe upon my mind so vividly that I have: NEAT AND PROMPT. Webster, Frances W. Damerand James finish a specialty.Melbourne
M. Damer reside at York. Florida. I
Pennsylvania -
not? He could not look upon themto never forgotten it in the slightest.
admire their physical perfections, and At the time there was a newspapertrain other; defendants and that the are residences unknown of and the "W.' R KNOX,
there was no reason why he should let which left the Cincinnati station ;
-FOR- the other defendants are themselves HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER
unknown -
those"more favored by natural grace look every morning at 3 o'clock for Dayton, : ,

compassionately upon him. He went I; Toledo and the north. It was necessary, And whereas it appears further, that TITUSVILLE, FLA.
the street during the therefore, that every line of should Any and ail kinds of work done
upon daytime no copy said bill is filed for the purpose of effecting with the brush.
than be in the composing 2 o cloy k Special attention to inside finishing. 3 mo 40NEWSPAPER
more was necessary,and then chose room by a partition of the north fourthof
the most secluded thoroughfares. But for the railroad edition. JOB PRINTING the William Garvin Grant in section N AUM.AN'S:

late_at night, when his reportorial duties One night there was a sensation of no 37, of township 20 south, range 35 east, _
were done, when the paper had gone to small magnitude, and to Hearn and his containing 500 acres, in Brevard county, SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
press and the city was asleep, this home pen of horrors was assigned the task of J Florida, between complainant and the THE PIONEER AGENCY.
ly genius and gentle souled dreamer preparing it for publication. The facts above-mentioned defendants
would walk the streets till dawn, weaving were all in his possession by 11 o'clock, It is,therefore,ordered that the above- For terms and sample copies address
in his tropical brain the most fanci and he pot" down to his task to prepare -SUCH AS- named defendants and all persons claim- CHAS.H. NAUMAN,
ful pictures a human mind could put together the copy. He could not brook interference ing by, through, or under them do appear Titusville P. O., Brevard county: Fla.

._ or a foreign presence while at work, and answer said bill at the clerk's
His nature was as timid as a woman's and it was his privilege to occupy a deskin office, in Titusville, :Florida, on or be- HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
he had a habit of approaching with a a little back room, both of which were LETTERIIE.DS.NOTEUE.DS fore the first Monday in June, A. D. RIVER BAKERYWe
step as light as felt and a ghost like mo used in the daytime by the late eccentric 1890, or said bill will be taken against will Keep on Hand Every Day

tion. His words were uttered in a low (l.M. D. Bloss,the only newspaper writer them as confessed.It .
confidential,tone which frequently sunkto known to history whose manuscript was is further ordered that notice of FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES,
something only a few degrees above a more illegible than that of Horace this order be published weekly for the ETC. ALSO
space of sixty days in the FLORIDA
whisper. His habit to approach those Greeley. ,
whom he liked, until his face was almost The staff of The Enquirer at that time BILL-HEADS STAR, a newspaper published in Titus- Bottlers of Sodawater Ginger
ville, Florida Brevard _
in contact, while conversing, I doubt not was filled with writers, every one of county.
still clings to this wonderful weaver of whom had full control of his own manu Florida Ordered at Chambers in DeLand, Ale and other Drinks.ALL .
this 24th day of March A. D. ,
fiction. And while he talked in those script. There was no "copy editor," but i STATEMENTS, 1890. ORDERS
cooing,purring,confidential tones he had each writer sent his manuscript directly RECEIVE PROMPT
a habit of smoothing the nap on from his desk to the foreman of the news JOHN D. BROOME, ATTENTION.
'overcoat, twisting a button gently your as if room. Whenever an article of a column CIRCULARS, Florida.I Judge. Circuit Court 7th Circuit of S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY,
to test its fastenings or slyly insert a fin and a half or more was being preparedlate PROPRIETORS,
ger into a button hole, while he gently at night, it was customary to send FOLDERS, certify that the foregoing is a true TITUSVILLE FLA.
insinuated his confiding soul into the the copy to the composing room as fast as copy of the order of publication made ,
heart of his via-a-vis. it was ready, so that when the last few in this case.Titusville.
His first newspaper triumph was won sheets were finished the main body of the March 26th, 1890. FOE SALE, .

in descriptive work upon what is still] article was in type. INVITATIONS] A. A. STEWART, THE ELEGANT
known In Cincinnati as "The Tan Yard On the night to which I have referred Clerk.
Murder," which occurred in 1874. Previous Hearn's sensation was to be the featureof BOBBINS Solicitors& for GRAHAM, RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF
to that time a knowledge of M r, The Enquirer. Three columns had PROGRAMMES,
Hearn's existence Is been set aside for it and Hearn L. E. BARNES,
a possession of his though a O. JHardware. HECTOR: ::
own almost exclusively. Cot Cockerell, ,slow,careful writer, was expected to finSTREAMERS, ROCK LEDGE FLA.,
of The World, was at that time managing ish the task in the three hours from 11 and Containing Seven and One-Third
editor of The Cincinnati Enquirer. till 2 o'clock. Acres of Land fronting on Indian River.
The Sunday edition was distinctive be Mr. Cockerel, however, grew nervous DODGERS, Large Roomy RESIDENCE elegantly -
cause of its sensational feature tender and anxious a9 midnight came and General Produce Finished.. Also a Three-Room

cies. A few weeks previous to "The Tan passed and found Hearn patiently bonding ]BUSINESS CARDS COTTAGE and Outbuildings.!;: One of
Yard Murder," Mr. Hearn came to The over his work of love, casting words MERCHANT. the most desirable places in Rock Ledge
Enquirer office to sell a manuscript He of wonder.and molding sentences of Melbourne. hammock.For .
applied at the counting room, made lingual liquescency to express the phantasmagoria WEDDING CARDS, Florida price,terms, etc.,apply to
known his wants in a voioescarcely audi of his tropical thoughts. Albert
r A. FROSCHEE A. Taylor Cocoa Fla.
ble, and was sent upstairs to see Mr. The editor began to look in upon Hearn ,
CockerelL Upstairs he ventured, but soon after he had partaken of his midnight VISITING CARDS, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
there his courage failed him. It was not lunch. First it was an inquiry: Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden Drugs Drugs! Drugs!IA
enough to induce him to brave the awful "How are you coming up, Hearn?" A
editorial presence. The door which separated gentle, low toned word of assurance Coffins, Cases and Caskets.

him and the mighty man'of manuscripts came in reply and the face dropped once SEND YOUR ORDERSTO Funerals attended if desired. All orders Fine Assortment of

+ was to him .as the gate which more above the task. "Hurry it up, romptly executed and at reasonable rates. DRUGS,
Cerberus guarded. So he paced up.and Hearn," was the next interruption. Embalming done. PATENT MEDICINES
down the hall with his ,,velvet, restless Hearn bent with a still lower attitude ,
tread until the awful door opened and toward his manuscript. "Aren't THEFLORIDA- SYRINGES,

y, the terrible giant came forthi''H earn nearly finished-this time rather anx you STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET

would, no doubt, have run away had he iously. Hearn squirmed as he answered, ... ARTICLES
not been at the rear' of the hall when but pegged away at word coining STAB ; Kept constantly on hand.

Mr. CockerelT i came out, into the other "Come, Hearn, close it up! No time to Physiciaps Prescriptions carefully
end and the stairway was between. lose now!" The editorial voice was I FINE SHOW GASES. compounded at all hours.

t Thus it occurred that the author of somewhat stem and indicated a state of 43-Ask for catalogue. J. SCREVEN, _Druggist,
r mind which would brook no onnosition. JOB FEINTING OFFICE, TERRY M'F'G CO.,NASHVILLE,TEHN. TITUSVILLE; FLA. *


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r : NEW YORK FASHIONS.I The new.summer silks in new designs !

I of the old taffetas styles are very pretty. I Indian River Steamboat Cot THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.

The flower patterns in them '\
OUVE HARPER GIVES POINTS AS TO of are marvels I.eo :) Y'
delicacy. The fine wool be
; MAKING OLD CLOTHES NEW. summer wear follow them closely goods in pat-for Schedules in effect JAX. 27, 1890. A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville otf.! 4. rf

i pattern in pale ,
mauve Thibet- "
".. & .
F' ; ine has sprays of wood violets Leaves TITUSVILLEIon days, Wednesdays Fla.. ?
'. wry Dres e$ for Dainty Girls-The To- so natural v
that one can imagine their odor. and Fridays for Jupiter. # : .Q 0..
F eador Hats and Some New Dnlpns in Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos Haines ,
All new gowns are to be STEAMER GEORGIANA, .... Iy J> Q'
mining-New and Seasonable Goods as "clinging"as Bros.: Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &
the most earnest follower after Leaves Titusville Oc ,:\r."
daily at..6 e
"systems" am White Organs and
peacrlbed. can desire. Many dresses for quite Arrives at Melbourne...............12noon Organs.I Chicago Cottage 4'7VY ,. tf. $ <:..
[Special Correspondence.] young ladies are made without darts,the '\ 5'..Pwca$o oooepb'
NEW YORK,March 27.-I have endeavored iming first being made,and then the material Returning: will Sell and Deliver at your nearest <\-J >> '\. '9 oo.. .. :\

to give a few useful hints as to making on the bias, is pulled until it fits Leases Melbourne...................12 noon I station High GradePIANOS 4 vmFROM o> .,......-- .htf. :
over old material into presentable the without same a way wrinkle.and the The dress back buttons is made in Arrives Titusville.................. 6pm ..: ......... .... Y.YAK c.4...1 tT'
under Above daily > :j. Q'io
costumes. The present severe styles the left except Sunday. .J. ..
t<. arm and on the left shoulder .$'- .IW ., .li
: < make that more difficult than when several making it appear as if the wearer STEAMER WHITE Q. .(ov "" .. & ... tfI
i" different materials were used inking had been literally melted and poured in. .>.. 0 0 ,. OJ ## o

up one dress. Still, taste, industry None but perfect figures can bear this. Leaves Melbourne daily. V .:j. ;."' .. 0, ... d''" + ,

i 1o' and that good, old fashioned quality OLIVE HABPER. BSr Connection is made at Titusville --t.. \...(.o'> fJ" b. 1
called "gumption will work wonders. with trains of the J., T. & K. W. Sys- OR ;f/ b: .'\.4'.., 4 .4 t ,
CHINESE METHODS OF EATING.The tem to and from all ..." "" 4. .
points North, and at ; y 'e,. 4 y:
; I. Satisfied Jupiter with daily stage for Juno ((8 ", $.. .. I."t) a t1W
Mongolian Stomach with Two miles) where connection is made with ORGANSFOB "3'.s-e i ," .
p Meals a Day. the
-' steamer "Lake Worth" for all landings -
: t:; [Special Correspondence.] on Lake Worth.

,i ii :.; SAN FRANCISCO, March 20.-It is not

i ;. the purpose of this paper to state that W. B. WATSON, Superintendent. LESS MONEY than any other house in the
1 f' Chinamen use chopsticks instead of forks G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent. United States. I Willship a Piano or Organ to r .
'J and to their D. F. JACK General Manager.A. any honest man or woman on trial and ii not
rr spoons carry to their satisfactory. I will pay freight both ways $25
mouths. That has been said once or cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and
twice before, to certain L. Hatch $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
my knowledge. & Son, more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal 1
In fact such startling revelations rightfully terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for
i ,' belong to that class of DEALERS IN FREE CATALOGUE containing full Information. RACETN
"racingwriters" Sheet Music Strings,Violins Banjos, Guitars, Ac-
ef who hasten through China, cordeouft, and in fact, every Musical Instrument
stopping only a few minutes for refresh- DRY GOODS NOTIONS that is made,and at very low prices. Send forcom. NBW YORK CITY.
t plf'teCatalo es. I have 20,000 pieces of Choice OMr. A. H. Hawkea-Dear Sir: Your PATEST
ments. Music at 10 cents per copy. EYE GLASSES received sometime since and aD
Nor will I undertake to repeat the na- Hardware A. B. very much gratified at the wonderful change that
Crockery, Saddlery, Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5 has come over my eyesight since 1 have discardedmy
t tional menu of the Mongolians. I have Stationery, Family Medi- old glasses and am now wearing yours.AUXAKDKBAOAB. .
seen it stated in at least one newspaper i an old reliable! .
Garden Seeds Secretary Stationers'Board of Trade-
article IIHIIILU
; that Chinamen eat rata I will AGENTS firm; large profits All fitted at the Drug Store of _
not say whether they do or not. But asa CHOICE GROCERIES Sample free. A rare op 25 DIXON: & GRAY. TTTCSVILLE FLA.

j matter of fact, they eat much less inviting portunity. Geo. A. Scott, 842 B'way,N. Y.

1 l dishes than a good, fat rat well Hay Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

; ,' : broiled and properly seasoned would CITY POINT FLORIDA. AGENTS WANTED iest and finest fabrics -
make. This question of what shall be pins. .
eaten is largely a matter of taste and ..
The amount of material required in a COOPERAGESyrup freeze to it- and
education, rather than fixed upon any nomoreclothes-PINS
Is small cannot blow off.
gown now so that a person can
well defined lines classification Barrels $2.25.
or of It is
make a full dress out of the voluminous a perfect
what Is fit for human food. The French winter line. line
Sample sent by mail for
plaitings of the draperies on last season's! Gauged to order, ten cents extra. ,
., are fond of equine chops, but Americans 50c., also 50ft. line by mail $ .
dresses. A practical manner of doing have not included horseflesh in their bills Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. For circulars, price list, terms, address the HOW
this is shown by the taking apart of a of fare. Indians and Chinamen are particularly PINLESS CLOTHES LINE CO. ?

gray cashmere, washing it and ironing iIi t O. B. B23C 17 Hermon St. Worcester Mass.BAN .
fond of roast dog, yet we are "CaD the world know man has a coo<<'
neatly,and suiting it out again as a plain :
Ii not. abroad thine unless he advertise the possessionof
People prefer in advanced barrels and Oval ;
game an Honey Water Breakers '
J gored skirt slightly gathered at the back. It. -VAMDKXBILT.
state of but from Kvi s
decomposition, it is $2.00 up. !
The breadths were slightly faded where
offensive to our olfactories.
the plaits had been, and stripes of inch very Tanks'r'
Therefore what eats is of less
a people *'
; wide castle braid three shades darker r7ju
interest than how they eat it. and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order *
j were laid in such a as to hide the
way The first peculiarity which struck me AND STQ RE FlXTU REStHETERRr
streaks. At the bottom the braid T. JOII\SO\T, :
J was .:
in the matter of eating in China was the MT'G.CONA' /
a;, laid in deep loops. These stripes extended hours for meals. The Chinese are early LaGrange, : : Florida. <;U\/ll'tT TFNN ... ;Mi WRITE US
all across the front while the
risers, but they begin the business of the i
4 folds in the*back hid the failing, though wherever you live,and
day empty stomachs. Breakfast is .
upon 1 -ual uYrY. uMi
: I have no doubt the pretty little wearerf Iwo. FINE SHOW 0 we will ship m
partaken of in the middle of the fore- CASES you
r; was always in a cold shiver of apprehension fine instrument
noon. Then business is suspended until on 15
lest dear friend should
if Notice it. some the rice is boiled and everybody eats his r LOWES: Pzc s.- Days' Test Trial la

fill. In the middle of the afternoon .
another home.
The fact is that woman's Also Wall and Prescription cases,Cedar
a own judgment i
feed is taken. Two meals is
a day
is the best thing to rely in Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays
upon the rule, and tea drinking is indulged incan and
Stools. Cabinet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and
i old No
making dresses.
over < one
J give rules that will fit every case. There ad libitum. Banks. Catalogue free. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta, Ga. I *
Dining tables are spread in the stores
j :", are professional dyers and cleaners who and shops and are usually round boards,

l make your garments look nicely-at any in the center of which stand the large MALLORY'S NO CASH REQUIRED
1'i rate, clean. It is said they do it by giv bowls, well filled with a nameless mixture YORK-FLORIDA LINES.

; {", ing them a naphtha soak of twenty-four of boiled vegetables, meats, etc. Until you have tested andappro'Yed. Our freight
I hours. both ways if instrument fails to please la either
\ The meat is boiled until the flesh separates style price or quality. Ours the risk,yours only
;-3 : Woolen goods dye well but silks never .from the bones, and is readily divisible to give fair and full test, and buy if fully p caaeT .
;" :. do; and if any one has a dress of silk, : into small parcels. Each person York, Philadelphia, Boston & Florida

q good, but faded or spotted, it is better to to the kettle and fills his bowl with I! 40,000 Southern Homes
goes Sailing from \ FERNANDINA Fla. THURSDAY.
embroider it all over with a pretty a p'rice. I Sf Supplied by us since 187000 this TEST TRIAL
; It holds about a quart, and is held
, plique pattern and make it up princesse J NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m.'r*% PLAN,first introduced in the South by oa. Fairest
in one hand and the chop sticks in the method of sale possible and a great benefit ta
. ;', style. A faded silk can be given a new other. The food is literally shoveled IRON STEAMERS -! ; Tvw; thoe at a distance who cannot visit curware root.*
. ,
y appearance altogether by having a handsome into the mouth,and the sticks are dipped wJt 1 Rio Grande, '
embroidered or braided bordering. into the center bowl,all partaking of the __

...' b, A gown of this style is shown, and common stock. No side or separate Capt. Connor. I By this trial plan and purchasers absolutely..

; i f'. with it is one of the new Toreador wraps dishes are found on the tables. Bread is Zir: jT-sa State Texas: sured possible perfect cost.instruments Selling only at the the beat very instruments lowest

made of black lace and cardinal velvet. but little used, and almost entirely confined I ;Capt|wiluams.t made that will stand the most severe aad
The Toreador hat will be much seen on boiled in comprehensive tests,we do not fear to send them one
to doughnuts vegetable on trial and let them stand solely oa their merk.
: for out of of San Antonio
z.: young women this season City : All we ask is the privilege of on sip*

doors. oil.Vermicelli is popular. It is made by Capt Wilder. proval. No suit,no pay. Our freights if we faS. .

.} .. A very pretty fancy brightening up making the dough into paste. Then the EASY TO
an old gown is shown in the outline' fig in like Passengers from Titusville, Indian River, and East Coast poi' ta. arriving in Jacksonville from J.,T. BUY
stuff is drawn out long strings
& K. W. Railway, make connection with morning and afternoon trains fur Fernandina and Steamers as
ure. The dress is ,en princesse, exceptthe yarn on a reel, and hung in the sun to advertised. From us by correspondence. No matter whether
front breadth, which is laid in fine Passengers arriving Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be cured for at Fernandina. you live either ten or a thousand miles from se
dry. It is boiled before being eaten. We ship to all Southern States. Our system ..
.plaltings, and up the left side is placed Fish, fowl and eggs comprise the chief Leave New York. STEAMERS. Leave Fernandina. perfect. Trices in plain print and alike to all.

the passementerie ornaments. That is meat dishes. Pork is only used as seasoning Friday, April 4.-....m.. RIO GRANDE.Thursday, April 10 Discounts One price from oaly. makers No more, no I..All.. Loge

' quite a favorite fancy in the arrangementof for vegetables. An ordinary size Friday, ,........._............ Ot' TEXASThursday, 17 met. Complete outfits All competition freight-

0 trimming. Braid or velvet or narrowribbon 200 is cut into Friday, 18,...........................RIO GRANDEThursday, 24 paid. Easy installments. Every inducement that
could be appropriately used in its 400 pig,bits of say and sold pounds to as weight many,people. A Friday, 25,........................STATE OF TEXAS.Thursday, :May 1 any fair dealing house can offer.

place.It For General information apply to Write for Valuable Information.
of fat boiled
half pound to a pound pork
J. M. CUTLER. Gen.Pass. Agent, 77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.
? is not exactly that I think young in a pot of cabbage or sweet potatoeswill G. M. UUBBY Agent,foot of Centre street, Fernandina, Fla. Catalogues, Circulars, Special
girls need all the new clothes,that I give give a palatable flavor to the whole. Or to H. B. HERSEY Indian Rtver Ticket Agent, Titnsville, Fla. Fall Offers-1889. Copy of new
C. H. MALLORY & CO.General Agents Pier 20 E. R. N. Y.
for their specialb
more gowns designed The Chinese eat to live,and do not live< Paper Sharps and Flats"ALLFRfE. -

nefit, but because I notice that where | to eat. I have visited several Chinese Address

there are girls in a house they alwaysget : hospitals and medical dispensaries, but

them,BO the dear little souls will find never heard of a case of dyspepsia 01 C1yde S-tearn: ship Co. UDDEN & BATES
another very fetching gown made ofpale gout. The quantity of meat eaten daily

two blue darker caahmerewith shades. The a border dress is wovenin madewith by Chinese a European family would of ten.make And a feast the for expenses a. New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.The L SOUTHERN Music! HOUSE,

: a plain double skirt, with a blouse I of a moderate smoker for one

waist, smocked at the neck. A scarf to I cigar after each meal would make a SAVANNAH, CA.

match is made of crepe de chine witha princely income for a Chinaman, upon

fringe. With this is worn a dainty which he would support a family and MY SON

(i. Figaro jacket such as I mentioned last save money. BEN TON. :

'} week. Nuns veiling, challies or white Deal with the men who adrtrtlst. You

muslin would all be pretty made up after An Aspirant for Stage Honors. will never lose by It."-But Fiunuv.

this model. Another woman of prominence in 8"' Write L. &B.s. M.H.about it. r u
English society circles has announcedher

intention of going on the stage. She

is Lady Colin Campbell, whose case created "

much sympathy a few years ago h

; si. when the details of her unhappy wedded Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : ,.

S life came to public knowledge throughthe (Standard Time.) 0 It ,

medium of a London divorce court. New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.

She is nearly six feet tall and is said to Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Pier 29, E. River. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays.
i.L the most beautiful women in
be one of Monday, March 31, at 3 p m......CHEROKEE,......Sunday, April 6, at 5 a m

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That fair apostle of physical development Wednesday, April J+, at 3 p m......_IROQUOIS,.-Tuesday, April 15, at 1 pm

in women,Miss Mabel Jenness,has Friday, April 11, at 3 p m......DELAWARE,.Thursday, April 17, at 2 pm
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r"" ) park, New York city, riding astride her Friday, April 25, at 3 p m...... CHEROKEE.Thursday, May 1, at 2

horse like a man. A dozen other ladies, Monday, April 28, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE, .....Sunday, May 4, at" am lilt 1Hit
she says, have promised to adopt the in- Wednesday, April 30. at 3 p m...... SEMINOLE, ......TuesdAy, May 6, at 5 a r
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THE FLORIDA STAR. IT seems the great storm of Thursday OUR COCOA BUDGET.NEWS a call at Mr. Shear's studio as he has NARROWS. t

night was not Louisville's first experience quite an interesting collection of photographs -

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. with a tornado. In 1835 she was of every nook and corner on our Judge A. J.'Vhitlock is visi ngfrie ds,
visited by a similar storm, which the old beautiful Indian river. up
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Mistier, of the remember well. Mr. James Weir killed
people city very Gleaned by the Star's Regular Correspondent. On Saturday afternoon of last week a large rattle-

S1.5O -Annum. At that time Louisville was a town of during the blowing of the heavy north snake in his front yard last Saturday.Mr. .
only 15,000 inhabitants. No lives were Mr. Quincy Stewart visited Cocoa on wind it looked very much as if the forest Fred Whitlock has his yacht, the

Entered at the Pod Office at Titusville at lost on that occasion, but great damagewas Monday. fires had taken entire possession of ,Mer Madgie, hauled out preparatory to put

done to buildings. Strange as it ritts Island and the town of Merritt in ting new decks on her.
Second-Class Matter. Capt. L. R. Hover is at home on a
the tornado Thursday
may seem, on particular. A boat came over the river Messrs. Dick, John Frank, Bob and

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor night followed very nearly the path fol- visit of a few days. I to Cocoa to ask for assistance in fightingthe Ned LaRoche, of Courtney, paid Narrows -
lowed by that of 1835. Since the tornado Dr. Brainerd of Eau Gallie a few
Brevard county. spent i fire as at that time even the dwelling a visit l last week but have returnedto

of 1835 Louisville has grown to days in Cocoa last week. ; houses on the river fronts seemed in imminent their homes up the river.

The Star has the Largest circulation. be a city of 160,000 people. Choir practice on Saturday afternoonof danger of being destroyed by the Sam Martin the
of any paper on the East coast of Fla.A fourteen-year-old son
this week in the Episcopal church. fast approaching flames. A number of
of Mr. Martin bitten the
make SQUARE a Inch in space; 24 squares The orchestra no longer holds forth at men willingly responded to the call for by a small snake last Saturday but hun

advertising rates enquire of the Editor Editor Florida Star: the Hotel Indian River as the season is help and went over to the Island where t felt any ill effects from the wound.

always enclosing two cent stamp. SIR-Capt. Hutchinson, who wrecked drawing to a close; they did good work. The annual exodus of our winter resi-

the schooner Dashaway at Cape Canaveral Mrs. Gleason of Eau Gallie with her The catch of the season (in the fish dents has begun and Mr. Charles North

THE Senate, on Tuesday, confirmedthe and has stated on several occasions and in friend Mrs. Knapp were guests of the line and on it too) was made on Mondayof rop left last Tuesday, and Mr.J. II. Stuff

nomination of Judge Swayne for the several places on Indian River during Peck House last week. this week by Mr. Fred F. Taylor of and family will leave soon for Polo, Ill.

District .Attorney Stripling, the week that his boat Grand Mich. and Mr. Ed. Hathaway -
past or so, was ,
Florida. The Indian river is full of fine fish but At the croquet party given by Miss
Northern District of of all her and of Berlin Wis.
stripped rigging stores by They over
r f the steamers make them shy of biting, Madge Gray last week, Miss Almeda Michael

IT is to be regretted that the special the inhabitants of the peninsula, and I I and it takes a gill-net to catch them. to Lake Poinsett and with a trowlingline carried off the honors much to the
that he lost everything. and reel caught about a hundred
rates to Jacksonville and return on Mrs. Laura Willard returned to Cocoaa I disappointment of the opposite side, but
The who took be- freshwater bass of all sizes and
only people property weights ;
Carolina day last week were not an- few days ago.after enjoying a visit with "honor to whom honor is: due. "
longing to the wreck were connectedwith but the largest was hooked by :Mr. Hath-
nounced earlier; had it been officially her relatives in her old home in Hines- Mr. J. T. Gray was bitten by a large
attended from the lighthouse. Capt. Quarterman, away ; it was a black bass and weighed
known, many would have yule, Ga. rattlesnake on last Thursday afternoon .
River. of the Chester Shoals Life Saving Sta- 8} pounds. Mr. Taylor caught one while on his way to Mr. Martins. The

Indian tion, on hearing of the wreck, sent downa The Rev. Mr. Simmons of City Point which weighed 8 pounds, and the next path leads through a heavy growth of

A Chicago paper says the drinking deputy to see to the saving of the preached both morning and evening in day they had themselves and their fish saw palmetto and Mr. Gray did not seethe

filled with and found it hauled the new M. E. Church at this place, on A fresh-water bass snake until he had one foot on either
water of that city is deadly property, was being photographed. weigh- side of it and in moving hastily away he k y

poison and suggests that steps be takento off 'to the lighthouse. Hutchinson was last Sunday.Mr. ing 8J pounds is a pretty big fellow, buta touched it and in tantly it coiled and

improve it ere the World's fair. Why there and stayed there for some time. John Ranslay left Cocoa last week channel-bass was caught right off Cocoa showed fight. Mr. Gray procured a

didn't New York get ahold of this while If he was robbed, as he states, it was to enjoy a little visit on Merritts Island, not long ago, which weighed thirty-four stick to kill it but before he succeededit
struck him his hand but fortunately
the site question was being discussed? done by government officials, as I haye and after a few days sojourn at the River pounds.Mr. the fangs did on not enter deep enou h-

No doubt it would have downed the investigated this matter and no beach View Hotel he will leave Florida for his Edwin Stiling, who sailed down to poison. Ammonia was applied to the

western metropolis. combing was done by our settlers.I home in Cincinnati, O. the river last week in the yacht Coquetteto wound and Mr. Gray felt no ill effects

think it is only just to Canayeral, as from the bite. The snake measured six
It is reported that several houses sit- show samples of hardware etc., and to
BULLOCK appeared be- feet in length and had double fangs, two
CONGRESSMAN' a community that you help to remove I uated on the east side of the county roadat take orders for his firm returned home a on each side, making four in all. Tim

fore the River and Harbor Committeelast the slur which this man Hutchison is Merritt were destroyed by the forest day or two ago quite dampened-not in is the fourth narrow escape Mr. Gray has

week and urged the improvement of endeavoring to cast the settlers had from rattlesnake bites.
upon fires, but your correspondent cannot spirits exactly, but in clothes and con-

Cumberland Bar; the survey of the St. many of whom lost nearly all they pos vouch for the truth of the report. dition decidedly-for, about six miles NOTICE.Notice .
Johns River as far as Palatka, and called
sessed owing to his drunken carelessness.
Miss Nellie Simrell, a lovely below Melbourne, on last Saturday morn-
attention to the possibilities of navigationon young is hereby given of the forma
the Respectfully ;yours, lady from Great Bend, Pa., who has had ing during a sudden and severe squallhis tion of a corporation to be known as
the Oclawaha by removing heavy
ROBERT RANSON. charge of the school at Merritt duringthe boat capsized in eleven feet of water, "The Indian River Loan and Investment

t growth of timber obstructing the passageof Canaveral, Fla.BROKEN. past winter months, delighted her and he and Captain :McNiel were un- Company." The general nature of the
steamers by cutting down and rafting business to be .transacted is the loaningof
Cocoa friends visit last week. ceremoniously dumped into the seethingwaves.
by a
" St. real estate and
out. He also mentioned AugustineBar TRADITIONS.Joan money upon security;
and harbor. The committee appointed to take Fortunately the Coquette had the purchase, improvement and sale of

I of Arc Set Aside,Alexander the Great charge of the Oleander Point pic nic and air-tight compartments and so did not real property. The amount of the capi-
Never ,and William Tell sink and Mr. Stiling with Capt. McNiel tal stock authorized will be $10,000, to
the French fiber ex- Wept Never Lived ,
LAWRENT, great regatta, which is to come off on May Dayare be divided into 100 shares of $100 each.
pert has investigated Florida as a fiber- Anyhow.It to meet at the residence of Dr. W. managed to climb upon her sides and Subscribers to the stock will be requiredto

growing country and reported to the seems that most of our popular L. Hughlett on Wednesday night awaited succor with as much patienceas pay in at least 20 per cent. of their

American Fiber Association, of New deities are crockery gods, after all, says they could command with soaking wet subscription, the balance to be paid as
Globe. Throw An impromptu dance was enjoyed by clothes and a cold norther blowing stiffly called for by the Board of Directors. The
York, that Florida was the greatest fiber the Boston a few facts at ,
the young folks of Cocoa and Rockledge, term of the corporation will commenceon
country he had seen. ?A large factory them, and they fall in fragments.A on last Thursday night in Hill's Hall, upon them. In about an hour they were or about the first Tuesday in May

will eoon be started near Fernandina to French historian has just demol- Cocoa, and the enlivening strains of discovered and brought to shore, but A. D. 1890, and continue for the periodof

make a spinnable fiber, not only out of ished Joan of Arc. He has proved that Mr. Stiling thinks about the hardest partof 20 years. The highest amount of indebtedness -
music kept the participants busy dancing
palmetto, but utilizing ramie, Florida she didn't amount to much, any way, the sad affair, was that early morningsix or liability to which the cor-
until a late hour. poration shall at time subject itself
wild hemp, cotton stalk and the maguey and did the French more harm than mile walk, which he took to Melbourne shall not exceed 90 any per cent. of the capi-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Childs and Miss
plant good.It to obtain help in securing his tal stock paid in. .
would seem that historians have very Childs, sister of Mr. Sam Childs, left yacht. When he came home he told his DWIGHT W. TUTTLE.

WE do not wish to enter into the differ- often drawn from the inexhaustible fountains Rockledge on Tuesday morning for their wife that he had thought babysquallsthe GEORGE M. ROBBINS.

ences between the people of Banana river of their own imaginations. Thomas home in Washington, D. C., after having worst thing he knew of, but that now WALTER WILLIAM S.P.GRAHAM.WOODWARD.
and Captain Hutchinson, but we think Jefferson never rode up to the Capitolon spent some months at the home of Mr. he thinks them heaven compared with

that we know the good people of that the morning of his inauguration and Allen Hardee, father of Mrs. Childs. Indian river squalls. Master's Sale.

section too well to believe that the goods hitched his horse to the front fence with The old Georgiana now bungs us: our Several fine orange groves were badly Under and by virtue of a decree of fore-

belonging to the Captain were purloined, his own hands, which would doubtless mail as the change of schedule of the scorched by the fire and almost every closure and sale rendered by the Judge of
the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial
as he claims. If any of his property was have been a very picturesque thing to do steamers began last Saturday, and on place was injured to more or less extent. Circuit of Florida, sitting in Chancery at

stolen, as he himself must know, it is if there had been any fence there. Homer Tuesday morning the St. Augustine made Everyone was called into service in Chambers for the county of Brevard, dated

undoubtedly the act bf some individual, never wrote his own poems, which would her first trip from Rockledge to Daytonawith fighting the fire, women and childrenas the 24th day of March, A. D. 1890, in a

but if this is true, we protest against quite a number of tourists on certain cause, wherein Harry Fisher is
have been very creditable piece of work well as the men and boys, and only complainant and Andrew Gibson and

putting the responsibility on the peopleof for him if he had ever existed. Alexan- board. their brave and persistent efforts saved Milie Gibson, represented by J. II. Rollins

that section. a whole. der never wept for more worlds to con- Ex-Surrogate Moore, of Newark, N.J., the houses and orange groves immedi- as next friend are defendants, I will sell at
in front of the Courthousedoor
quer, for Alexander wasn't in the habitof who has been the guest of Mr. C. W. ately around the houses. Quite a funny public outcry,
IT has been stated in Washington that at Titusville, Brevara county Florida -
the Democratic minority of the Ways playing the baby act, and would have Harrison, for the past three weeks, left and at the same time pathetic incident on the first Monday in May A. D.

been ashamed to cry in public anyway. for his home on Saturday morning to occurred at the house of Mr. A. F. Lap 1800, the same being the 5th day of the

and Means bill would offer the Mills bill Arnold Winkelreid never cried, "Make take charge of the settlement of a large ham. The fire came right up into his month, during the legal hours of sale, for
as a substitute for the majority's report. orange grove and so near to the house cash,'to the highest bidder, the following-
This leads the Philadelphia Record to way for liberty!I" which would have beena estate of a very wealthy gentleman lately that it reached the nest of an old pet described real estate, to-wit :

it is errlr for since very pretty thing for him to say, onlyit deceased.Mr. turkey-hen which Mrs. Lapham had set Fifteen feet off the north end of lot three
that ,
state a probable
didn't occur to him at the time. and Mrs. John Robbins two or three days before. The mother ((3)), block seven (7)), in the town of Titus-
the :Mills bill passed the House, public and ville Brevard Florida
Shakespeare never wrote his instinct was so strong in that good old county, accordingto
opinion has changed in favor of tariff own plays, daughter, Miss Linda, of Babylon, L. 1., turkey-hen that she would not leave her the map and survey of said town made

reform. Senator Allison remarks the for he never doubted for a moment that who came to Cocoa in January, and have nest but remained to be singed and by J. Francis LeBaron, and now on recordin

that "conditions have changed Bacon could write them well enough been stopping at the home of Mr. and smoked to death. After the fire had the Clerk's office of said county; said
same without his assistance. Grant took its destructive down land being described by metes and bounds
never Mrs. Powell in North Cocoa left last passed on way
It is expected that coal and iron will be as follows:
Lee's sword under the apple-tree, for by week for their home amidst Island, and the excitement had abated Commence the northeast of said
the at
upon the free list in every tariff reform regretsof somewhat, Mrs. Lapham discovered her comer
some strange oversight the appletreewasn't the friends made them lot three, and run west on dividing line be-
bill hereafter submitted. many by during pet, and like a good housewife decided
tween lot one and lots two and three (2 &
there. William Tell never shot
their the Indian that fat and should
stay on river. so good a turkey not for distance of feet
3) a ninety-four (94)
the apple off his son's head feat which be wasted and she then-and there ;
SAVANNAH is justly indignant over a 11r.Iarcus Gould's new place is as- dressed thence run south a distance of fifteen (15)
the fact that that city was left oft of the he might have done well enough if he nice the fowl and invited her neighbors to feet; thence turn an angle of ninety (90
suming the
proportions as groundsare come over to her house on Sunday and
of the Pan-American delegates had been at all desirous of establishing a degrees and run east to Washington are.
programme marksman cleared for building, the fence is up, help her and her family pay their last thence turn and run north, along said
on their southern tour. Perhaps reputation as a for Captain and in a few days Mr. Albert Magruderwill loving respects to the turkey, nicely avenues for fifteen ((15) feet to the point of
Executive officer Curtis has not forgottenMr. Bogardus in our day would consider it an baked on the dinner-table. beginning.Also .
begin to an artesian well
Plant's reply to.his charge that the easy matter. And there never was any upon all that lot of land in the town of
the for Mr. Gould
premises; a great Titusville and aforesaid
William Tell county according -
and Havana anyway.
Plant steamers
Tampa werea lover of flowers and intends having to the map of J. Francis LeBaron,
subsidized line for the Some one has said that history is a seriesof
{ carrying government thorough irrigation for the lovely rose Editor Florida Star: aforesaid, described as follows: Commencing -
mails. The Pan-Americans should lies which mankind has agreed to be- at the southeast corner of lot numberone
certainly visit the seaboard city of Savannah live. Perhaps the reason that truth is garden which he will plant out as soonas DEAR SIR-I herewith beg to contra- ((1)), block number seven (7), thencerun
than possible. dict the statement which has appearedon west a distance of ninety-four (9.Jffeet;
the stranger fiction is that a large
one of prettiest cities of the proportion
occasions in thence north twenty-(20)( feet, thence east
# Divine service and the celebration of two the Eau Gallie itemsof
South and which Hon. Abram Hewitt of what people accept as truth is ninety-four (94) feet; thence south twenty
fiction in disguise. Holy Communion will be held next the STAR, that A. H. Trafford is a feet the of said lot
to point beginning
says, "is destined to be the great metropolis ((20)) ,
of the South.. Sunday, April 6th, (Easter) in St Marks partner of mine, he simply having un- containing 1RSO square feet.

HOTEL FOR CITY POINT.A Episcopal church, Cocoa, at 11 o'clocka. dertaken to superintend and cultivate a Also, all those pieces or parcels of land

m. by the Rev. A. F. All portion of land in vegetables the situate, lying and being in the county of
% A FEW of our prominent river peopleask Sharpe. are my for Brevard and State of Florida, to-wit: Lots

' us to inquire why there is such a meeting of citizens of City Point, cordially invited to attend. This will present teason only, on half share. forty-three ((43)), forty-nine (49), fifty (50),

delay this year in organizing a regattafor Florida, was held there on Thursday be the last opportunity our people will J. O. WALTON. and fifty-one ((51)), in the village Joyner-

May Day. As yet there seems to be 27th ult., for the purpose of devising have of hearing Mr.Sharpe,as he expectsto Eau Gallie, April 1st: ville according,being to a a part plat of or the town of of JojnervDIe.Titusrille,
no definite move made .as to whether ways and means of securing a hotel at leave for his home in Kansas City, Notice to Creditors, Legateesand now on file in the Clerk's office of said

there will be a regatta or not. We think that place. On motion Mr. "'. A. Brush Kansas, in a few days after Easter county of Brevard.

that Melbourne and Titusville have was chosen chairman, and A. L. Hatch, Sunday.Mr. Distributees. Also, lot number twelve (12) in block
All having claims and de- nineteen ((19), according to the survey of
waited to give Cocoa the opportunity of secretary. The object of tho S. Shear the Indian persons
meeting river photographer mands against the estate of Benjamin J. Francis LeBaron, of the town of TItus-

F organizing a race, as it has been custom- was explained by the chairman, and remarks has just taken another fine viewof Lanehart, deceased, late of Dade countyas ville, said map being of record in the

, ary for years to hold the races at Oleander made by Mr. A. Becker, J. F. the Peck House. He has had more creditors, legatees or distributees, will Clerk's office of Breyard county FJo be da.MIdas
As much of the above Jand will
Point. If Cocoa does not want a race Martin, Dr. W. P. Moon, A. L Hatch calls by the tourists for his views on the take notice that their claims must be will be sufficient satisfy the decree in

this year we think the fact should be and others.A Indian river this season than he could hereof presented within two years from date said cause and costs.
will be
or same barred and
announced, so as to give other sections a committee, appointed to ascertain supply, as he seems to have the happy sons indebted to said estate ;will make per- For further information, inspection of
3 chance to have a yacht race. Melbourne the views of the citizens and to further knack of selecting the most catchy scenes payment to my agent William M. Lane- Robbins maps, etc.&;,Graham as to above,or to the undersigned, app'to,

scored a big success .last season, and the object, was requested to report to an and lovely views in his photographs, hart at Palm Beach, Fla. J. P.TURNER,

would no doubt be willing to undertakeit adjourned meeting, to .be held, at the which are always clear and distinct. Executor of the W. M.last LANEHART will testament Special. Master.
again if Cocoa does not. same place on Monday March 31st. Visitors Roughs & GRAHAM,
to Cocoa should not fail to pay of Benjamin Lanehart. 50-8w Solicitors for complainant 60

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OLD MEN STILL YOUNG. has just been re-elected by his Iowa con- EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR..
stituents. Allison is one of the hand-

somest men in Washington., He has a
SPECIMENS AT WASHINGTON THAT fine eye which the ladies like to look STHLJIJXrGr: : : T-V-LOR...

AMERICA MAY BE PROUD OF. upon. His skin is warm and smooth and .

QO bald spot disfigures the manly head.SPRY Cocoa, Indian River< Florida.

piyM and Colqnltt and Edmund and t
Bank and Evarta and Randall and Many 4

Others Whose Names Have Been Fa-

moos Many Tears. Hardware Stoves Tinware!
Special Correspondence.1 Crockery
WASHINGTON, March 27.-There seems :pI _iji
_ to be something about public life which j'

keeps old men young. Perhaps It is the .
leisureliness of the work,and the absenceof ,h AND AGATE-WARE. .
that worry and nervous strain over

public business which is so common in Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, o .. -u
men who have extensive private inter- Jg49MiiiA ,u'u TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY
ests. Some of the sprightliest statesmenIn ,
Plumbers' and Mill
f Washington the old fellows. Take -

the,supreme court as an example of this. BARBED WIRE,

The ancient judges-Bradley, Field, Mil- Supplies, ,-
ler and Harlan-are the sort of men w'wrw' i WIRE NETTING
whom the world calls "lively old boys."

They get through with a prodigious Doors Sash Blinds n WIRE

amount of labor, and at the same time and CLOTH..

manage to have a good deal of quiet fun. I

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I/A' J He is not even gray. One would not Ship Chan.d1ery:

; .. think this man,apparently as strong and f

rmay active as any collegian, had worked for a Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for Avails and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com-
quarter of a century in the national congress pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. ;

and worked hard, too. Allison is "
one of those fortunate men who thriveon Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coflins and Caskets. ,:.

hard work. He has great capacity, "
accomplishes much with lithe effort,and i ARTESIA.NVELL PIPE A SPECIALITY. ,
when his work is done throws off all care'
Catalogues sample cards and size lists sent free
application. Correspondence
and worry as easily as he lays aside his and
estimates furnished promptly. .
J overcoat when spring dawns. ,
Allison knows how to take care of
IIOLD himself. He lives well but rationally.He STILING & TAYLOR.constitution .

t has a weakness for prairie chicken
and wild turkey, but these are not luxuries .
careful living and I
by methodical I W.
STATESMEN ON THE DOME. which make men old and gouty. work till now, at nearly 70, and GEORGE MORTON, I,. .

. Even as they sit on the bench,the very The senator drinks wine, though spar with a record of forty years of public Civil Engineer & Notary Public I want to pet into a strictly
Incarnation of solemnity, the smile that ingly, and concerning a statement which service behind him, he seems good for a ,
lights up their old faces when some lawyer I once printed about him, to the effect dozen years more. When In good health MORTONIIURST, HEATH, FLA. .

cracks a dry, crinkly joke, like the that he was inveterate tobacco Samuel J. Randall was a fine specimenof Surveying and Leveling, Architectural
opening of a bottle of Mumm's extra, is chewer, he laughingly said the other the youthful old man. Randall has Drawing, Township and Section Maps. CASH SYSTEMOF
that he had never chewed tobaccoat Deeds, Mortgages,etc. Blanks constantly -
worth going miles to see. These elderly day one of those smooth, boyish faces; yet
jurists are all great pedestrians, and the all. "I tried it once when I was a strong and manly, which do not change on hand.

scene they make swinging down the avenue boy," he added, "and the result of that with the years. MANATEE
Schooner BUYING &
s by twos and threes after their day's experiment was not encouraging. Al- SELLING,
work is done is one which everybody has lison has been in congress twentyfiveyears J. ZELLERS, Master.

looked at with interest, and which we but I notice that he disdains to J This 28-ton Yacht can be chartered I
Believing thus
scribes have all written about. ask streetcar drivers to stop either to let I for all points up and down the river, on can serve all custom

Some men actually refuse to obey the him off or take him on. the coast, or to the Bahamas. ers. While I will not refuse to credit
and Colquitt and Allison are men who look Commodious, safe and good
i orders of imperious nature grow accommo those who have favored me with their
old&the years gather. A few not only no older now than they did ten or fifteen dations. Further particulars addressTITUSVILTJ -

;: refuse to let the heart dry up and the years ago. They represent one class of :, FI A. trade, I cannot charge goods at figure
blood with but youthful old men-the men who are sustained made for
! become thin age, they cash before delivery.
: persist in remaining youthful in appearance by plenitude of rich blood and ST. LUCIE HOUSE
native vitality. Senator Payne repre- ,
and fair to look upon. There is
sents another class, and still another I Opposite Indian River Inlet,
: Senator Colquitt. I never see that man For Cash Before Delivery :'
, without wondering if he hasn't played,, type sits just across the aislo from him !! ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA.

''i some such trick on us as palming a son in the senate chamber. "Well, if there j _______

,a e off on the senate and tto world for him- isn't Evarts making a speech," said an I Unrivalled Hunting, Fish- Flour, per bbl.:.$5.COtof5 75,
self. It does not seem possible that this irreverent visitor to the senate one day Etc. Coal oil, per 20
week "will that never die? ing, Boating,
lively person with the bright eyes and ; 12J Ibs. granulated sugar.. 1 00
,,", smooth,youthful face, is the man who There seems to be nothing left of him -- y First-Class Accommodations. Opened 14 lbs. C ... 100
[r served as a staff officer in the Mexican but his nose and a hat full of brains." I from January 1st to May 31st. 15 Ibs. choice 1 (i0

? war, and who was first elected to congress Probably Senator Evarts never will die I JAMES PAINE, 14 Ibs. best .? 1 00

nearly forty years ago. I as other men die. In his case dissolution, 141bs. XXX soda crackers....;...? 1 00

f I" Yet he is the man, and one would say some twenty-five or fifty years hence, Gl, Sl 'E! 1 50 Ibs. corn meal or grits........... 1 00
I that he was good for another quarter of will resemble the withering and blowing I __ 'IJ "ng \ 24 Ibs, best patent flour...,. 100
a century. Colquitt's case proves that if away of a plant. Evarts does resemblea EVARTS AND BANES OUT FOR A WALK. Proprietor.'s 25 Ibs. fancy 1 00
I if living man did. Few statesmen have worked harder D. S. meat lard and
a man wants to live long and retain his mummy, ever a JACKSONVILLE, picnic hams.. 08
powers in old age he must live right. He weighs no more than 100 pounds, and, than Randall, or accomplished more in Boneless ham and breakfast bacon 13}

fr. The senator is now,and always has been about one-third of this contained inWs I the way of legislation. Two years ago Crockery, Dried beef.v... 15
a teetotaler. Probably he has made a head. The only change his friends have he was the same Randall, alert, self,contained Rye flour and Graham flour....._ 04 i
(' speeches observed in him in the last ten years ia I sharp eyed, quick eared a pict- Buckwheat .- 04 i
number of
f greater than other man temperance in congress. It was a sinking back of the line of the mouth ure of strength, that he was twenty years Lamps, Oil, Vapor Stoves, Steel cut oat-meal.................... 05
any it and a correspondingly greater promi before. Two decades did not apparently :Navy beans (good). 05!
V his devotion to the temperance cause, Gate City Stone Filters.We .
nence of that great nose. He appears to I make much change in him, and had he Best Navy beans..... 081
.. to said, that made him governor of Georgia be a man without any teeth in his head worked less assiduously and taken more solicit the patronage of Lima beans....................... 08}

: and then senator. Perhaps they have been crowded out by exercise and pleasure he might still be our neighbours of lire Peas, per quart............._ .....10 to 12|
somewhat remarkable -
-: few I
saw a
ago of the matter of the cranium. At any one of the active leaders on the floor. EAST CO.ST.EACOTT Lady peas, per 20
i couple on top of the dome rate gray, the big brain is as perfect and pro Senator Edmunds id one of the old Florida syrup, per gallon........... 60
_' the Capitol. They were Senators Cole statesmen who are not old. & CO. Can corn, per dozen...*..$1.35 to 2 15
it looking very
'. quitt and Payne, and these old fellows found Though as sometimes ever was. a little shaky on I It is Edmunds baldness that gives him Can apples (3 lb.), per doz...........135
:/ weretaking in the great panorama whichis Can tomatoes (2 lb.
TITUSYIIAE, FLA., ),..1 00
the Briton would Evarts the of a patriarch at 62.
his as appearance
l out under the of Liberty pins Can tomatoes
spread eyes ((3 lb.). 1 35
Last in the
most appearing men
with all the zest of a couple of school manages to take some TIN SHEET-IRON WORKERS. Can Okra and tomatoes (3 lb.)..... 2 00
him and another the oldest members of
afternoon I saw senate are not
boys. It is no easy climb to.this height. Champion or Rose milk, per doz. 1 35
down Connec- that "OldJoe Brown, of Georgia,
up the.steep, winding stairs, and with famous old man trudging body. Butterine (cooking butter), 20 and 25
and Banks made a, almost hairless head and
Evarts whose long, GUTTERING ROOFING
ticut avenue. Butter
no elevator to help one even a part of (best creamery made).I 30
The former is 72 and the white beard make him look like a
the journey. Yet here were two men striking pair. great And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. Chicago baking powder..2 for 4 5
I' whose combined represented a cen- latter 74. Both were well known figuresin centenarian,is only 69. The oldest man Patapsico .-2 for 45
ages Ex- in the house :Mr. Miles, of Connecticut, GALVANIZED WORK
tury and a half looking out upon a city public life two generations ago. 3 pounds of cheese ..: '50
not look his by is of the liveliest members of that
,' full of noble edifices, that was founded Speaker Banks does age one And Repairing of all kinds
about twenty years. As they walked body, and by no means the oldest in appearance. -
but elder senator ,
.a few rears before the will be 80 if down the avenue, amid a throng of There are many young old FOR SALE My Stock is too
was born. Large
men and maidens,it was to be noticed men in the senate and house, and not a !
he lives tilL November, but he is not by young few young men who, profiting not by
J' any means an old man. He is as lively that the congressman is livelier r the lessons of experience.. are rapidly
as a cricket,both mentally and physically with his legs than the senator. But in I growing old. WALTER WELLMAN. The Bagger Grove To Quote ETerythin j
the advan
., and made the ascent of the dome mental activity Evarts has ,
't without any discomfort. tage. The man who was, speaker of the Miss Isabella Smi the private secretary Merritt's Island, Indian Hirer,
Yorker and he house before many of the present mem of Labor Commissioner Merriwether.has .
Senator is a New ,
Dr. Wittfeld's the South.
and Stephen, Douglas were boys 3ohers of that body were born is afflicted been assigned the work of gatherings Adjoining on A Corresponding Range of Prices ;
the and girl Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostlyin
gether. told that he I with a senile memory, and at concerning women
loaned The senator once with me which with inability to concentrate his operatives in the factories of Mis ourL bearing, besides Limes, Guavas and will be given.
Douglas the money Bananas and about 8 Acres of unclear ;
that young man went out to Illinois and thoughts. Probably this is his last appearance The Indian Iliver Country. ,
established "And in the halls of congress, where Third edition (revised) of the Brevard ed Land.
Jiimself as a lawyer.
though the $200 which I. gave him was, he is now rounding out a career of which County (Florida) Pamphlet for 1890 Beautiful and Banana situation River., overlooking the Indian

a about all the money had in the world," any man could well be proud. now ready.Description. For terms and other particulars address GEOIBIRIIIVIPIIw
aid the senator, hit was the best investlnent Senator Sherman as a type of youthful of Indian River country;
I ever made." Douglas died a quarto old men occupies a position midway its climate, health and settlements; 76
of a century and here is Payne, between Colquitt and Evarts. The Ohio I pages, with maps. Free to applicants Dr. Wittfeld, Georgiana, Fla.;
by no means,worn out. statesman is neither'mummified nor full, enclosing a two cent stamp. Or, F. H. GOULD, 15 Roseville ave., TITUS iLLE.t .
vital blooded. He is, rather, one who A. 'L. -HATCH, Newark, N. J. /": ')
Without doubt the statesman who carries has husbanded the native strength of his 50-3mo, City Point, FJa. .'
his years best la Senator.AlU'on.who


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{ i .s Choice Orange Lands For Sale.
: The J pan.M In Chin
A remarkable phase in the recent industrial I 19 Wants.J.S.WATSON&CO

developments in China is the increased I Three desirable tracts of high ham- S. H. RAY, .
number of .
Japanese employed
mock land, located on east side of East
to engineering works and manufactories.It Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains
is now almost twenty years since Japan 56 38-100 with of halfa -0-
acres, a frontage TITUSVILLE FLA.Oen'I .
fe. made a start: in modern industry, mile on the river, about eighteen acres ,
and not did it start works under the
only cleared, a bearing grove and nursery of .
superintendence of foreigners, but it large trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74- J .

commenced at the foundation and in- 100 acres, with a frontage of five-eighths ,,

stituted schools and colleges for the train- of a mile on the river, about six acres Merchandise

ing of natives in the arts and sciences, cleared, a small grove and many trees in FORWARDING
and now to a large extent it is Indepen- bearing. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100 .
dent of foreign assistance in this respect, acres, with a frontage of one-fourth of a Schedules in Effect Xov. 17,lS o.
and almost all the works of which we mile on the river, which is about four STORE. Trains of this.line run on Central Stand-
hear so much are designed and manu- I miles in width. These lands are not un- ard lime, and arrive and depart from the
factured by natives. In China there have I derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS J. T., & K. W. and S. F. & \\". Union de-

been a few schools or colleges started I would plant a grove for his own pot.

wth the same object, but they haven use on land so underlaid. Perfectly I U'est India Fast JaIL
t *T'er .been carried out with that thoroughness healthy, free from fog, malaria and frost. propose to keep No. 27 No-14
which is necessary for real suc Eight minutes walk from house to ocean 12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m
beach. 1 36 p m..Green Cove Spring..o 21
a m
: cess., For further particulars inquire of A First-Class StockOF 2 30 p m.........Palatka_.........4 25 a 111
V.'e understand that at present the Benj. Hall 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, 3 30 p m...... ...Seville ...._3 Oa m
r Chinese government is on the outlook 4 13 m....DeLand
Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, agent Geor- p Junction.2 03 am
for several capable men to go out to Pe- gianna Fla. 4 23 p m..Oran City Junc..l 49 a m

kin as professors in different departmentsof TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 5 15 P m..........Sanford..1 15 a m
pure and applied science. During the 6 13pm.Orlando.H 40 p 01
past year a considerable cumber have JIaste"'fJ Sale. -:0WE :-- 7 20 p m..Kissimmee.......10 50 p m
been engaged in similar capacities in the Under and by virtue of a decree of 10 13 p m.Tampa. 7 30 p m
various arsenals, where schools for the foreclosure: and sale rerWered by the WANT GROCERIESJDRY 10 45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv.. 6 30 p m
training of young Chinese have been established judge of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between
In the meantime, however, Judicial Circuit of Florida, sittingin THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE. New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stops

L the supply of ,qualified Chinese is very chancery at chambers for the countyof at Kissimmee for supper. Nos 14 and 27
connect at Port with Plant
Tampa Steam-
Brevard dated the eleventh day of
limited and some of the local governors WE WANT
February, A. D. 1890, in a certain cause ship Line for Key West and Havana. Ships
who have not been able to their
get over
wherein The Florida Agricultural College You to be sure to Come and See Us GOODS sail from Port Tampa on Mondays and
dislike to Europeans, have engaged a
Thursdays on arrival of 'trains. So. 27
' a corporation organized and existing When you come to town.
considerable number of Japanese engineers connects at Palatka Junction
with the Florida
under the laws of the State of Florida -
k especially for mines and some departments Southern Railway.
is complainant and Sarah G. Gleason WE WANTTo NOTIONS
of manufacture. In some TRAINS BETWEEN DELAND
and William II. Gleason are defendants, ,
cases, even, we understand that Japanese Talk to You. DELAND.
I will sell at public outcry, in front of
Lv DeLand Xo30 No32
No34 Xo36 No33
have been engaged as instructors in .
of Bre-
the court-house door Titusville
applied science, and, although able to vard county, Florida, on the first Monday WE WANTTo Hens' Ladies' & Cl1iIdrens'SHOES. Ar Junction DeLand.440a 4:45p 910a 8.50a 12:50p 12:35p 2:35p 2;>,Op 4:150 7.Q5pNo31

understand the Chinese books they can- in April, A. D. 1890, the same being the Work With You.
} not speak the language,and we have thecurious seventh! day of the month, during the No33 No35 No37 X o39
spectacle of the younger oriental legal hours of sale, for cash, to the high- WE WANTTo Lv DeLand3:40a 8:20a 11:30a l:52p 3:5Op
nation teaching the older nation through est bidder the following described real Ar Deland
i the medium of the English languageavery estate, to-wit: Post You on the Markets. Junction.3:3oa 8:40a 11:45a 2:07p 4lOp

odd phase in the history of civilization. A tract of land in the village of Eau ALSOCROCKERY Trains 38 and 39 run daily. Nos.30
run on Mondays, Wednesdays and
.-Industries. Gallie Brevard county, Florida,describedas
follows to-wit: All of block "C" of 'To Ship For You and See to Your Shipments GLASSWARE from Fridays Beresford only. Nos. 34 and 35 run to and

A New Hydrophobia Cure. said village, said block being bounded on here. and Fridays. All on others Mondays, Wednesdays
r The doctors of Seville are proclaimingthe the north by "Fountain Park," west by day. daily except Sun-

discovery of a most efficacious rem- Pineapple avenue, south by Jouset street WE WANTTo HARDWARE Month Florida Accommodation.
edy for hydrophobia. In a French account and east by Indian river according to a I No. 23. Xo. 66.
of the
of it, which I have before me, it is survey made by William H. Gleason, a either Buy or Handle most AND 8 30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 15 p m

spoken of as "pita," which is not French map of which is now on record in Bre Fruit and Produce of this sectionof 9 33 a m...Green Cove Spring...5 15 p m

for anything that I am aware of, but is, vard county; the said block being the the country. 10 35 a m......... ..Palatka.4 25 p m
I fancy, the scientific name for flax or block on which the Agricultural College Ship Chandlery Goods. 11 39am.Seville._3 03 P m
hemp. The discovery is thought so building is situated, or as much thereofas WE WANT 12 30 p m... DeLand Junction ...2 11 pill
much of in Seville that a memorandumon will be sufficient to satisfy said decree 12 41 p m... Orange City June ...2 03 pin
and ot sale. You to Know, if we cannot Buy 3 35pm.Titusville.___.
the subject, drawn by the local costs These will be the main features of my 11 67 am
doctors, has been transmitted up by the Purchaser. to pay for titles. Products, We Can Ship it for You. business, but orders sent me for any- 1 20p m..Ar Sanford Lv......1 30 p m

civil governor of the town to the sanitary -JAMES SANDERS, thing kept in any store in Titus- Daily except Sunday. No 23 connects
Special Master. WE WANT with Florida Southern Railway.
authorities. It describes the of ville will be promptly filleu.
case a Connection made Indian
Beggs & Palmer and Robbins & Graham also with
child suffering from all the worst symp- solicitors for complainant. You to help us to make Titusville River steamers at Titusville to and from
toms of hydrophobia, who had taken no distributing point for the Productsof landings on Indian River.

nourishment of any kind for seventy- Masters' Sale. the river, and sell our Will buy Fruits, Eggs, Chickens, Jacksonville and Sanford Accommodation. -
two hour, and was all but given up .

- when the."pita" was tried by way of ex Under and by virtue of a decree of Products here. Or any Country Produce my customersor 3 No.33 p 15 m..Lv Jacksonville Ar-12 No.40 p 78 m

periment.The foreclosure sale rendered by the judgeof WE WANTIn friends may bring 3 33 p m..Green Cove Spring 1 37 a m

account says that the patient the Circuit Court of the Seventh Ju- to market.I 4 30 p m..........Palatka..._....10 45 a m
seized the stuff and "ate it with vo- dicial Circuit of Florida, sitting in chan fact to save you money, and can dolt 5 40 p m...5 'ilIe.. 9 36 a m
racity." He at once showed benefit fromit at chambers for the of Bre- if will help
cery county you us. 6 38 p m....Deland Junction... 8 44 a m
and continued to munch it for several vard,dated the eleventh day of February, ask for a share of the public patron- 6 49 p m..Orange City June... 8 30 a m
: days,'other medicines being stopped. It A. D. 1890 in a certain cause wherein WE WANT age, and come as a supplicant, not a 7 30 p m..Ar Sanford Lv.... 7 55 a m
3 was first administered on the evening of Harry Fisher is complainant and John V. die tator, asking for your favors.If Daily except Sunday.
the 18th, and on the night of the 21st Baird and Abraham DuBois Baird and You to know we are head-quarters for courteous treatment,good No.78 connects at Palatka Junction with

i the patient slept and took food. On the D. L. Gaulden, as assignee, are defend Vegetables, Crates, etc. goods and low figures is Florida Southern Railway.
24th he was pronounced convalescent, ants I will sell at public outcry, in frontof the candidate for Sanford and Lake Eustis Hallway.

and by the 26th all the functions were the court-house door in Titusville, WE WANTTo public favor, LEAVE ARRIVE
He had been Brevard county, Floriday, on the first then I'melected. No. 81 No. 83 No. 0No82
reported perfect. grad-
ually taking less and less "pita" and Monday in April, A. D. 1890, the same Sell you ;your Orange Boxes and 7:40 pm 9:00 a m-SanfonL8:10 a 1:10 p m

the bulletin of the 26th states that he being the seventh day of the month, Orange Wraps, and will do it if you 8:01 p m JUO a m..Paola..,7:59a 12:47 pm
during the legal hours of sale for cash, Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co. 8:34 p m 10:22 a m.Sorrento7:34a 12:17 pm
"has a horror of it. I am quoting not will come to fee us. 8:4S mlO:46 ui.MtDora.7:22a 12.03
to the highest bidder, the following de p a pm
Chilled Plows and
from but official docu- 1 SugarCane
a romance, an scribed real estate, to-wit: 9:00 p mll:10 a rn.Tavares.7dOa 11:50 pm
1 ment. I think that our doctors had better That tract or parcel of land situate WE WANT Mills. Daily except Sunday. No. 18 connectsat
r investigate "pita."London Truth and in the of Bre'ardand for the Sanford with West India Fast Mail. No.
lying being county You to know that we are Agents
S. :B: ::: 82 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand
Photographed nu Game Before Shooting. State of Florida, described as follows Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnishit B..ay. Sanford accommodation for points ..
: Lots numbered six (6) and seven
Mr. Osgood Plummer, of Worcester, low down. :North.
(7) of section six (6) in township thirtyone -
Mass., has visited Maine seven hunting 4 Indian River ExprcM.
(31), south of range thirty-nine ((39)
'seasons for moose, without being successful and hundred and WE WANT No. 27 No. 78
east, containing one
, in his efforts to bring down one three less. Also all HERE WE ARE AGAIN 12 40 p. m.Lv.Jacksonville Ar.12 40 p m
of these kings of tho forest. At the close of lot(103)numbered acres,one more(1)or of section six You to know that we burn our 2* 30 p m..........Palatka..........10 45 a m

of his last trip he left for home greatly (6) in township thirty-one (31) south of Lime, and, of course, 4 13 p m..DeLand Junc..... 8 44 a m
but made the bottom prices. 4 23 p m..Orange City June... 8 30 a m
discouraged, remark that range thirty-nine (39) east, saving and can give you
4 40 p rn..Enterprise Juno._.8 IS a m
he would give $100 for a good chance to excepting all of those certain tracts of
4 49 p m..Enterprise........ 7 50 a m
' kill a moose. Mr. Plummer was there- land sold to C. F. Fischer and Walter WE WANT J W ROGERS & GO 5 06 p m... .()steen.......... 7 03 a m
upon told by his guide to remain at his and Sylvanus Kitching. The tract soldto You to know that we handle Cement 6 12 p m..LaGrange....... 6 12 a III
home until he heard from the said C. F. Fischer being nine acres, as
hunting and Plaster Hair. 6 20 p m..Ar Titusville Lv.. 5 00)( a m
section, and then to come on and he shown by deed bearing date August 13th, Before an intelligent, appreciative and Daily except Sundar. Steamers leave Ti
would get,to bag his game. 1886, and the tracts sold said Walter and tusville daily,except Sunday,for all points
This season he was notified by the Sylvanus Kitching, being five acres, moreor WE WANTTo discriminating public, present ourselvesand to Indian River as far south as Melbourne

h guide to come to Eustis, which he immediately less as shown by deeds bearing date impress upon your minds that we make our bow, announcing that we at 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne
did, there,meeting Guides Augustus the 17th day of March, A. D. 1884, containing Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays at ckOO
Douglass and Otis Witham, of in the aggregate fourteen acres, represent are candidates for their favors good a m for all points south as far as Jupiter.

f Eustis, and the party started for Eibby and being situate on the north side of Thompson & Edwards, wishes and-cash. connecting then with stage for Juno and all

stream camp,twenty miles distant In the said lot one.(1), section six (6)), township of Chicago, landings on Lake Worth.

g wilderness.. On their arrival the guides thirty-one (31) south, of range thirty- The largest manufacturers of Fertil- As blood is thicker than water, so is Halifax River Express.No. .
nine much thereof will .
t (39) east, or as as 27 No 73
out in of that
tracks quest moose and, be sufficient to satisfy said decree and izers in the west and keep constantlyon casb bettr than credit. We propose to 12 40 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar.12 40 p m
finding followed them until
,; they costs of sale. hand the following brands of their 2 20 p m.Ar Palatka Lv_..10 45 a m
6 had located the prize,when they notified get out of the old ruts and Sell our
\ jPurchaser to pay for titles. Goods: 2 50 p m....Lv Palatk Ar.._ 9 35 p m
't Mr. Plummer who joined in the chase. JAMES SANDERS: Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard 6 00 p m..........Ormond.......... 6 25 p m
t After a run they came in sight of'a large Special Master. World of Good, for Orange Tre<3. 6 2b p m.....Ar Daytona Lv.... 6 00)( a ra
and fine specimen of the bull moose. Robbins & Graham, solicitors for com- World of Good, for Truckers. Daily except Sunday.

f Mr. Plummer who came prepared for plainant. Pure fine Ground Bone. Cash.We Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office,No.
: the occasion, took from his pocket a handle a first-class line of 82 West Bay street and at Union depot,
Blood Bone and Potash.
small camera and took the picture of the NOTICE Jacksonville. *
r animal as he stood and then shot him. ChicagolBone Meal. J. A. LARNERD G. D. ACKZRLT,
.: The game weighed over 1.000 pounds, Id hereby given that six months after Dissolved Bone."Both Supt. Gen. Pass.Agt.
and as a trophy of his successful trip the first publication of this notice I will ,V: P. LAWSBE,Ticket Agt,Titusville.

Mr. Plummer has one of the finest sets present my final accounts and apply to WE WANT D. F.JACK General Manager. .

of moose antlers ever taken from a Main the County final Judge of Dade administrator County for of You to know we keep on hand Ready-made and to Order. OEO. K. CHASE. A. CL CHAPFXU.
my discharge as
forest.-Boston Herald.
MMMMH BBMMMHMMM M the estate of August Hars, late of Dade Sulphate of Potash, GEO. E. CHASE & 00.,

Professional Pride. County, Florida, deceased. Land Plaster, OurGents'

First Printer-What are you saving up HEINRICH Administrator.A. HARS, Canada H. W. Ashes, SHIP CHANDLERY

{ your money for, Bill? Tobacco Stems and Furnishing DepartmentIs

Second Printer-rm a going to get my Cotton Seed Meal. HARDWARE

wife, new hat on her birthday. M. Hamilton & Co., Complete. Nobby Hats from
First Printer-What! you aint reforming WE WANT Patent Wire
are you, Bill I TITUSVILLE FLORIDA first-class hands and Shoes to suit the Logs, Rope IDain!.
You to Give Us Trial on something.WE .
Second Printer No, but rm bound to Wholesale Dealers In a most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS.
} give my wife a display head for once in WANTTo Agent for Devoe & CVa Paints, Tale
'. her life.-Burlington Free Press. Hand Satchels, too low to quote. Life Preservers, Tent & Awning Co.,
s Indian River Oysters merit your patronage by fair and Patent Anchors .

A Good Excuse honest dealings, and we mean business. For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can-

Mrs. G.-I hope you will excuse my FISH TRY US.Respectfully. not be excelled the county BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS.
4' husband for not attending. your brother's Correspondence Solicited. Telephone

funeral. Green Turtle and Game. -:0:- We earnestly ask an inspection of onr 266.
Mrs.H.-Waaheffl? '
Nos. 88 $ 90 E. St.
Mrs G.-No; but he had one of his Goods before buying elsewhere. Bay ,
silly fits on, and then he would laugh if All orders Trill receive prompt and careful at. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
tendon, WATSON &
whetherby telegraph, J. S. CO
you shoved a gas bill. at hlm.-'' .." letter or person. 17 J. W. Rogers & Co. 20-ljr.

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APR. 3, 1890. 7
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1 : IVOTICE.T Must Be K..... Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve. Many PersonsAre

j J itD: OFFICE, March 15th,1890., FLA., } Old lady (from the country-rd like -THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, broken down from overwork or household TtiEBESTSPRlHG

to Kit a pair of shoes, young man. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe- cares Brown's Iron Bitters

1 Notice is hereby given that the folfiinniJnanied Polite aerk--Yea,ma'am. Something ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil rebuilds the system,aids digestion,removes ex-
. I settler has filed notice of pretty nice, mtfam? blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, cess of bile,and cures malaria. Get the genuine. MEDICINE

; h{ intention to make final proof in support Old Lady-I want tem' good V stout and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Advice to Hfothen.Mr .

-j > "of his claim, and that said proof Polite Clerk-Well, ma'am here's quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect *.WDTSLOW'S Soormxo STBCP should always IHTHEWORLD is
a be used when children are cutting teeth. It re-
; Il be made before Judge'of Circuit strong' shoe, an excellent strong shoe. It satisfaction, or money refunded. Price uerea the little inffererat once;itproducesnatnral
Court, or in his absence clerk of said has been worn a deal this 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes"brightas k_.
Titusville May 17th Grey. 1019. a button." it is very pleasant to taste. It
I at Flagon terOld soothes the child,softens the gums,allays all pain,
few T z.: Madison Bridges, of Titus- Lady-Man Remarkable regulates the bowels,and is the best known remedy
". Fla. homestead No. 14110 for the I don't want no Rescue. for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
Title :shoe that's been worn this winter Mrs. Michael other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
nor Plainfield
,J 5& 7, section 4, township 22 south ,
Jots my other winter I want bran' makes the
statement that
; a new she caught KOISES
I of range:37 east. pair!-Puck. cold, which settled on her lungs ; she DEAF L IhVI5thL TIBBUI EAR MEDICINE, TO
names the following witnesses to WliUpen heard.Con
'q He residence was treated for a month by her family fortakl.."+._faJ when all R*>.II..fall.&*U"y F.BI4COX.!
proveTiis continuous upon and 'It Was physician but lie told her ..lyeianr'dwsyll.wiark. Wri&.t.rbnk.rprs6lkZa.
i an Ezcu.e t Anyway.Policeman grew worse.
i cultivation of, said land, viz.: she was a hopeless victim of
1 Tucker Titusville Fla. OrLando /m4';( ,, consumption PARKER'S
Jesse ; ; and that no medicine could cure her.
Oaarterman, Heath, Fla. ; Frank tier druggist suggested Dr. King's Xew HAIR BALSAM

{: JJ. Sac.kettt. Heath, Fla.; Robert Morrow Discovery for Consumption; EhbO\wht II' Cleanses Promotes and a luxuriant beautifies growth.the hair. .

Titusville, Fla.ALEXANDER. a bottle and to her delight found herselt Never Fails to Restore Gray
LYNCH, E it benefitted from first dose. She continued Hair to ill Youthful Color. --e.

43 Register. I .' ( l!( its use and after taking ten bottles Prevents 60o.and Dandruff tl.00 at and DnisrtrMsiCKICHESTCR'S hair falling
I :
found herself sound and well, now does
Notice. her own house work and is as well as ENGLISH

she ever was. Free trial bottles of this PENNYROYAL FILLS;

'J? LAND OFFICE, Great Discovery at Dixon & Grey's lied Cross Diamond Uruud.

i Feb. l7thL1890.LAlNotice f Drug Store. Large bottles 50c. and $1. fj. Th.. Ladle only rellabte,ak Vrocclut rtU for nale.for Safe Hue l an4ore. ta.MondUraBdin .

'r'i --- red maanioboxes.naled
; is hereby given that the fol Persons %4tkblaenbboa.Takeao.tker.Sead4e.tamp. .
who lead
settler has filed notice of r a life of exposure are ( ') for particolari and "Kelltf..
loving-named ''i'id subject to rheumatism and lumbago Ladle*,*tnUtttr,by MalL ". .r
his intention te make final proof in sup- and will find a valuable neuralgia remedy in- -CUehccter- Chemical Cob,Madlaon 64.,F :L.H'r .,Ya,

port of his claim, and that said proof Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment D-E-RCORNS--
Trill be made before Judge of Circuit The only wire Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. Knimreflcomfoi
; it will banish pain and subdue infla- t to the feet, Drugglrta. H tscoz&Co.,N.T. L I SPhyslcHni
Court, or in his absence Clerk of said mation.When.

at Titusville Fla. on April 16th &tT CONSUMPTIVE
Court, .
endorse P.r.P.M a splendid combination.
1890 viz: William Crook, Haulover, you are constipated, with loss of lave you(;out;;!).Bronchitix, Asthma. Indipetuon!Lse and preterit It with great utUfaetlon for the ears of
; appetite.headache take Dr.J.H. McLean's PARKER'S CINCER TONIC. Ithascured all form and itagx of Primary. Secondary and T.m-
Jit. Hd. 11652, for the west J of northwest the worst cast alld ill the fur all ills arMngdlfecth'e
..... Little Liver and Kidney fillets, they are truss nutrition. Take in time 6Oc. and $Lut -
J, section 19, township 20 south, --= pleasant to take and wiIl cure you. 25 centsa 'pp. ,(} URE $
range 36 east. : vial. 'p. ..
He names the following witnesses to "
; A
prove his continuous residence upon, (to would burglar>-Look Take DeWitt's Little Early Ilisers. ,5; C R' 0 F' 'SUnL ,
a'here. What are doin' in this store ,
you I
and cultivation of said land viz : Henry
at this time of night I Little Early Risers: get there. H B BBHMMRSBBMM SHRIKiilllHS BMH
Watton and William Watton, of Clifton, cry SrphUia,Syphilitic RbenmatUm,Scroftdont Clews
Burglar-I er-oh-I-well, see How Lost How Regained, and Sore.Glandular Swelling, Btteomatltm.MalaiiA,
i Fla.; Gustaros Nolle, Titusville, Fla. ; you Faults of digestion cause disorders of the old Chronic Plcere that hue resisted all treatmentCatarrh
Charles H. Nauman, Clifton, Fla. -er-I bought a pair of suspenders here liver, and the whole system becomes de- '
ALEX. LYNCH, this morning and-I was w-waiting for ranged. Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening =rH ENCE

45 Register. 1he change.-Time. Cordial and Blood Purifier perfects the pro- OF llfE
cess of digestion and assimilation, and thus

NOTICE. When Maids Disagree. makes pure blood.If M e e a 0

OFFICE GAINESVILLE FLA. Scene-My lady's chamber. Eunice, you suffer pricking pains on moving
LAND ...
March llth, 1890. } Helen, Rose and Lillian(sisters), recover- the eyes, or cannot bear bright light, and KNOW THYSELF ,,Y.renrialibt.onTetter bkin Ol e. .Jtosema,.Chronic 8ealdhadeta.taP. female Complaints

Notice is hereby given that the following ing from the ball from which they have find your sight weak and failing,you should .. Aac...' a powerful tonic and an excellent appltiP -

just returned. Small sister Tot dozingin promptly use Dr. J. II. McLean's Strength- THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA
i named settler has filed notice of his crib. ening Eye Salve. 25 cents a box. Scientific and Standard Popular Medical; Treatiseon p.
intention to make final proof in supportof the Errors of YouthI'reUllI.wre DedilleNen'oua p
his claim, and that said proof will be Eunice-How handsome he is! Ask Dixon & Gray what De'Yitt's Little and Physical Debility, Impurities of the Blood.

made before the Judge of the Circuit Helen Who? Early Risers are.happy. ft T I S iVler

Court, or in his absence the Clerk of Eunice-Will Edgemore. Hoosicrs.

said Court,at Titusville,Fla.,on Friday, Ht'Ten-Indeed he is, and he danced Wm.TImmons, Postmaster of Idaville, ,building up the system rapidly.Ladies '
with twice.EuniceHe. whose systems are poisoned sad whose blood
May 9, 1890, viz.: John A. Young, of me Ind.. writes: "Electric Bitters has done II In an Impure condition due to menstrual Irre lart-

Courtney, Fla., Hd. No. 15081 for the took me to supper. more for me than all other medicines
half of southwest of southwest Rose-I sat out three numbers with combined for Reenltinjj from Folly, Vice, Ignorance,Excesses or
west quarter that bad feeling arising ihertaxaiion Enenatin and uniitung the victim p- cu :
quarter of northwest quarter, section him in the conservatory. from Kidney and Liver trouble.". John for Work, Business, tile&arn Jor boiial Kolauon. :p. P* : T

, 7, township 24 south, of range 37 Lillian-I do not care to repeat what Leslie, farmer and stockman of same Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this great .
work. It contains Si.0 p-vgia': ,rojtl Svo. BeauuTul L'A R I IV :
,, east, and southeast quarter of northeast he said to me, but I must warn the rest place, says : "Find ElectricJUtters to be binding, embossed,full gilt, Prite ony! $1.00 by 1M A, .. '
quarter, section 12, township 24 south of of you not to feel too satisfied. the best Kidney and Liver medicine, mail, postpaid,concealed m plain wrapper. Illustrative -
made me feel like a new man." J. W. Prospectus Free,if you apply now. The ties are pecnllarlj benefited by toe wonderful tonic Md
36 I
range east.He Eunice-Really am not worrying. Gardner distinguished author,\Vm. II. Parker, M. D., received blood cleansing properties of f.P.P.,IHcklj Asa,fafca
names the following witnesses to Helen-Nor L hardware merchant, same the GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL Boot and Pota.stnm.e .
residence and town, says : "Electric Bitters is just the from the National Medical Association for
his continuous
upon Rose-Nor LLillian'Ve
prove this PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and
thing for a man who is all run down and
. cultivation of said land, viz. : M. S. can't all have him, and I don't PHYSICAL DEBILITY.Dr.Parkerand corps P.
care wheiher he lives or dies he P
; of Assistant Physicians be consulted, confidentially -
. B. B. LaRoche R. J. LaRoche may
;: Sams, thought I might prevent wasting tound
your new strength, good appetite and by mail or in person, at the office of
, John J. LaRoche, all of Courtney, Fla. valuable time. felt just like he had a new lease on life. TILE PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, A
ALEXANDER LYNCH No.4 Bulflnch St.,Boston,Mass.,to whom all
Eunice-Oh, thank you. Only 50c. a bottle, at Dixon & Grey'sDrug orders for books or letters for advice should be

48 Register. Helen-I presume, Lillian, that you Store. directed as above.ABBOTT'S.

would intimate that he was really ten- LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
NOTICE. Cleanse your breath with DeWitt's Lit- VjtOtilST' PRVXjfrQXSTffa

der. tle Early Risers, Dixon &; Gray. Uppman Block. SAVANNAH CA.
In Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Circuit Lillian-Perhaps. *" "* ,-

:1 in and for Brevard county and State Rose-Did he kiss you? Don't blush. His girl didn't go back on him because HOW'S YOUR FENCE ?

l cf Florida-In Chancery, A. D. 1890. Eunice-Possibly he was just inter- he used DeAVitt's Little Early Kisers. BE.MOJ"BUNIONS

:> rupted in his proposal. How was it?
We have the CHEAPEST and BestWOVEN
of sometimes takes
A sort lethargy
: J.B. pos-
! TerryA.F.S.Williamsand Lillian mind howit
(demurely-Never WIRE FENCING
session of the Kidneys and bladder; they a
vs. was until I am ready to tell you. :: Wire Ropo Selvage.
VBill should be promptly stimulated to healthy
for Relief. fe
Eunice Will you don't frighten me a action by lh i flepsey F. Williams, bit. I'll go into a pool of a pound of and Kidney Balm. BROlORUOOSrSPROPS SAVANNAH M .

= t : his wife. candy apiece'as to which of us wins in o
The quality of the blood depends much .. BROWN'S foe
It appearing from the bill filed in this this little race upon good or bad digestion; to make the .. IRON BITTERS

,r cause that the respondents, A. F. S. Lillian-Ill do it. blood rich in life and strength-giving con- Cures Indigestion,and Biliousness,Dyspepsia,Mala p
.. ria,Nervousness, Debility. Physicians -
Williams and Hepsey F. Williams, his Rose-So will L stituents, use Dr.J. McLean's.: Strengthening recommend it. All dealers sell it. Genuinehas

j wife, are non-residents of the State of Helen-And I. Cordial and Blood Purifier, it will trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.In ._

j Florida, and that their residence is to Little Tot (discovered to be awake-I nourish the properties of the blood from Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit y .

,; complainant unknown. It is therefore hope you'll settle it soon. I'm candy which the elements of vitality are drawn. tState Florida Brevard
of 4
ordered that the said respondents do INCHES HIGH AT 60 CE3T3 PER ROD.
hungry. REWARD county, A. D. 1890.Wignell&Tweltridge. Lawn. Garden,Poultry and Stock
plead, answer or demur to the said bill. Voice of Brother Jack(from the stairs) Is certain if reasonable effort is made to lies and widths.Gates to match. Prices ow.Sold
y dealers. Frctrht Paid. Sendforctrculari.
for relief on or before the tenth day oft -Say, girls, have you heard the newsabout cure a cough by the use of DeWitt's Cough HE BclCLtU WOTkS wins rues CO. CHICAGO IU.All8tel .
the will be vs. 1 Attachment.The i*.&- LAWN cad C1 MCT JiY i'ea.a.
April A. D. 1890 same
Will Edgemore? and Consumption cure,, this remedy is cor-
taken as confessed, and the said com Chorus (excitedly-No, what is it? rect and certain in its action and costs no Indian River I Amount sworn THE INTERNATIONAL TTPOTTERA
plainant be allowed to proceed ex-parte Land & Improv'm't to 7,892.69.Co. .
Brother Jack-He has just announcedhis more than unreliable insist v
with It is further or- preparations, ., a corporation
his said
cause. to Fan Darling.PAINFUL upon having it. For sa & Gray
dered thajt a copy of this order be published engagement -- -. existing under the Damages claim'dlaw
once a week for four consecutive ( SILKNCS.) The farmer's friend has for many years of the State of!! $16,000.

weeks in the FLORIDA STAR newspaper, Little Tot-Girls, how are you goingto >> beeu Dr. J. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lin- New York.

i published at Titusville, in said count decide that pool? iment, for horses, cattle,kogs and sheep. It To the defendant corporation and all

and State. (CONTINUED SILENCE.) has proved its worth in thousands of cases. other persons interested :

In witness whereof I have hereunto Little Tot (brightly)-HI tell you what When the stomach lacks vigor and regu- You are hereby notified that a writ of

set my hand and the seal of said Court, 111 do I'll ask him which of you timenearest larity there will be flatulency, heartburn, attachment has been issued against you, I

-;, at the Court House in Titusville, this: to getting him. nausea, sickness, headache, nervousness and your property attached to satisfy the ,

tthe, 5th day of March, A. D. 1890. Chorus (emphatically-Don't you ever' Use Dr. J. II. McLeans Strengthening Cor demands of the plaintiffs above set forth. d h .

I: [I. 8.] A. A. STEWART, dare to speak of it again. dial and Blood Purifier to give tone and And,now, unless you shall appear before

: 46 Clerk of the Circuit Court. Lillian-I wonder why he paid us so regularity to the stomach. the Judge of our said Court: at the .

much attention to-night. Court House in Titusville, in said County ;

X NOTICE. Voice of Brother Jacb-We have a yeuralgic Persons of Brevard, on or before the 7th day ''.''''''" _ia, *
tt LAND FLA. ) him. Fan has made lAnd those troubled with nervousness resulting of July A. D. 1890 the being Rule
I I OFFICE GAINESVILLE, great joke on from care or overwork will be relieved by taking same A strictly ftrit-clsM machine,fait; T- rated and
I P'* Feb. 6, 1890. } promise to dance only with wall Bowerstill Brown's Iron Bitters. Genuine Day,'and plead or demur to the declara- made from very beat materials bj ,. "xorkmrn .

I J.J'r Notice is hereby given that the follow they're married. Ha! ha! lea trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. tion of plaintiffs herein filed, judgmentwill I, and with best tools liTer devised fw- u- .. yurFose.Warrrn .
ed to do aU that can be rats urpected
i Ing-named settler has filed notice of his (FURTHER sa.>svcs.) ADVICE. be rendered against you by default I of the Ypry bent typewriter cxUnt Capable of writ
intention to make final proof in support Chorus Let's go to bed. and your property sold to pay the debt. ing 1M word per minute, or more according to the
:' "Keep your heak cool, your feet warm, Witness the Honorable Jno. D. Broome ability of the operator. PEICE. $1 CO.
of his claim said proof will be (curt Am.Munsey's.) "
and that
I your liver active and trust in God, was the Artdretf, PARISH Ji'FO. CO.,
: made before the Judge of Circuit Court, Weekly.The advice of a celebrated phpsician to a patient, Judge of said Court said as well as A. A. Agents wanted. PAklDU. N. T,
or in his of said court, at Stewart, Clerk of Court, and the -
absence Clerk can regulate the action of your liver
you seal of said Court this the 15th "The Gladstone"LAMP
t"litusvil1e 8 1890 viz: DeWitt's Sar-' day
Fla., on April ; kidneys and bowels by using .
; Oscar F. Davis, Titusville, Fla., D. S Angling Anantai.An saparilla, an absolutely reliable blood pur of March, A. D., 1890.

2335 for the N. E. \ of N. W. Sec. 6T. antfer sat by the winter fire ifying remedy, for sale by Dixon & Gray. [L. S.] A. A. STEWART,

:R .'22 a R. 35 E. He names the following When only his wife was nigh; 48 Clerk of the Circuit Court. z,, lethefne.ttsmpiatbewerld.,, ,
N (,brAille
witnesses to prove his continuous I And he aid to htJD: if. In the decline of life infirmities beset us aaatwhIie li.I btol 83 eaa4&.
of said Did this canning old elf Public Notice to Physicians power.furer and briftterru
: residence upon and cultivation to which our youth and maturity were
t: : : TU ten Vm a whopping big lie and Surgeons. thsn light i BoTUr thus
f land, viz: A brilliant and intricate lie.' strangers, our kidneys and liver are subject leetrte cluerfcl llrtt tonA -tb1la"more
Robert Morrow James R. Watson and to derangement, but nothing equals Dr. Office of the Medical Examining Board in --... hwsora6tory
Milton Grover of Titusville, and Fred He leaned his chin oo his ardent hand J. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balmas and for the Seventh Judicial District. IassD o4Seelnzis3e1ieT'/ f

erick A. Chappel, of LaGrange, Fla.ALEX. While Then gently be gathered he stroked his pen.his beard a regulator of these organs. Sanford, Fla., March 3, 1890. :;
E- LYNCH Register. It I* !n TW
His ink bottle, and then *
GREAT SCOTT In accordance with an Act entitled needatrUnouaf.breakaeh1mne7I.ftavet".meir near
knowingly leered naoka nor
FOR THE BLOOD .* A leer that was foxy and weird. Why don't you cure that cough? De',itt's "An Act to Regulate the Practice of
Weakness. Malar, Indigestion anaBiliousness Cough and Consumption Cure will do it. Medicine, etc.," approved May 31, 1889 cC Ing.the no ol ti'lIO&JU1Ol&DCe* no CJefcer of U

,tateBROWN'S maN BITTERS. He gazed aloft at the ceiling dark, This remedy is positively certain, promptand you are hereby notified that the Boarde of
the floor '
And then he looked down at Lay UJId. anti ea.
It cores quickly.. For sale by all dealers In A*he said: "Of a boat thoroughly satisfactory, if you havtried of Medical Examiners in and for the not,explde.t u4
neaidne., Get the i genuine. After salmon and trout, it you Know this statement to bea fact, Seventh Judicial District the State of beMcka"white MAIO fif. ft cfair.8Q

Notice. HI give'em some angling lore, if you have not you are doing yourself an Florida, will meet at Sanford, Orange tunau ate s brilliancysay Ao.pi .

AH claims against the Some lovely and hjring old lore." injustice. It is sold by Dixon & Gray. county, room No.20 Pico Block, Friday, lam of JPlaUh4 rrffetry ia eiCtr ,
estate persons of Sophronins Tmchell, late oare f He wrote and he wrote a solid hoar, April 11th, 1890 being the second Fri- Brm.A.a-qaelroG. )I tet eJ. Alsoor

Brerard county, Florida, deceased, His wife all the while sitting by, NOTICE. day in said month, and will adjourn Sat- The Gladstone Extension Study Lampfor

required to present them duly authenticated Very certain however All concerned will take notice that, six urday, April 12th, at noon. Clergymen. Editors, 'Student, Teachers

to the undersigned within the time Was That working her hubby up some so clever novel' lie months after date, I will present my final Signed, H. F. DoBois. D., professors Lawyers, Physicians and other
professional men.
required by law or this notice will be ,Some wild and extravagant lie. account to Honorable :Minor S. Jones, President. .
Gladstone Lamps.The
pleaded In bar of their collection; and County Judge of Brevard county, Florida, FRANK H. CALDWELL, M. D., The Banquet .
all persons In debt to said estate are re When suddenly the old men rose up stark from Secretary.N. Gladstone Lamp '.
and for order dismissing me
an : vkot
wizen and ceLL"What's pray for list. Single lamps at
Send price
With looks that were
to us
quired to make Immediate payment the matterf cried she. the further execution on the estate of JohnE. B.-Address all communications, tale price,boxed and sent safely bT1UrrGd ,

This. February 7th, 1890. .. "The deuce%" said be; Moore, late of said county, deceased. enclosing stamp for reply, to the Secretary our prices. Seeing ft Uttering',?.V-'
AARON CLEVELAND. Tin certainly fast growing old. S II. KAY, Administrator. at Sanford, Orange County, Fla. GLADSTONE LAPP CO.?, ;
MART r. CLEVELAND.Adm'r Every lie lean think of*s been told." Titusville, Jan. 6, 1890. 3S-6mo. 47 4t 71 Park Plaee J( "f4. 1.rk-.
and Admr'x.. -The American Angler. : i

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., 4 << ,..(' '' $.. 11> ,' t
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s THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 3, 1890. t- Y ? .'

MELBOURNE MENTION travel before reaching the drug store,Dr.. T. D. GIBBENS, :

3 Stewart's treatment was efficacious, and SPECIAL BARGAINS II

o- THE NEW OFTHE PAST WEEK IN THAT Sam will soon be able to try it again MANUFACTURERS' AGENT,

VICINITY The accident occurred too late to get in
last week's STAR.
Placed In Pointed Paragraphs the K* d-
Friday afternoon the Coquette had the Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufac

er'Charles Perusal.v Metcalf and Grant Sherburn ill luck to capsize just north of Malabar turers' Prices, IN CLOTHINGx

leave for the wilds of Ohio Tuesday beacon The wind came in heavy puffs Lard Canned Meats Flour
morning. from the southwest,and not having sufficient .'

I ballast the Coquette concluded to GRITS MEAL.
A party from Melbourne Beach .were AND AT
succumb for once. )Ir. Stiling. hard
taken to Malabar Saturday on an explor- Correspondence Solicited.
ware merchant of Cocoa, and Capt. Mcftel THE PEOPLES CASH
ing tour, Captain Hector kindly conveying BAZAAR
them in his yacht, the Flirt. were the only persons aboard. They FOR SALE, ,
clung to the boat till taken off by Capt.
Mr. W. H. Powell hasn-eturned to Mel- Henry; Starke, of Malabar, who brought
bourne after a thirty days' trip down the the shipwrecked mariners to Melbourne. FOR THE NEXT 15 DAYS.GEORGE

river, visiting points of interest, fishing
Sail was immediately made on the Flirt, 52 Feet Long; First-class Order,

and having a good time generally. and Captain Hector and Mr. J. T. Hog Now at Rockledge. Also, .

Mr. and Mrs D. W. Sawyer have been started to aid in whatever way they

spending some days at Melbourne Beach could. By their assistance the boat was 2 -Foot Naphtha Launch, M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

as guests of Capt. and Mrs. A. Wilcox. righted and raised, and just about sundown Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. ,
I- Mre.Sawyer's health has greatly improvedin brought to anchor in the lee ofFish Now at Juno, Lake Worth. Also ROBBINs:: : cfc Q-T=>.,A,T=T A TVTJ

the short time she has been visiting Point. It seems hardly possible 21-Foot Naphtha Launch. REAL, ESTATE DEALERS,

bat any person could be found so heartless ..AM KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGh, SOLD *t EXCHANGED.

here.Mr.. A. L. Phillips, one of the all-winter as to refuse to aid persons in such All in First-Class Order. All will be Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,

guests of the Carleton, has been suffering distress, but we are informed that such Sold Cheap for Cash. 1-. O. Box, 25O, r

with an attack of angina pectoris, was the fact in this case, one person and ADDRESS, TITUSVILLE BREVAHD CO. FLORIDA.We
a most distressing and dangerous malady.We boat passing without even halting to ask F. D. HUGHES, ,
Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list o f
he is convalescentand that
if E needed. We
are pleased to see help was regret we JUPITER, FLA.Brevard carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
apparently al well as before. Miss have not the person's name, so he could RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
Phillips also continues to improve in receive the full benefit of his generous Co. on Indian River.
health. action. Our facilities for the transaction of a'general Real Estate business are unequalled,
and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who
Saturday was the last day of school at may favor us with their patronage.No .
Melbourne. Beach. Miss Cummings has STATE BANK Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
and Special attention given to Colonies: and Syndicates desiring large bodies of 1011'-
herself a most interesting
proved Expensive fires prevail on the peninsula priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
.efficient teacher. Some of the scholarsare opposite Eau Gallie. COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED .
school will not con-
lamenting that The steamer Nyanza is still at (essrs. 1889. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary
the summer. Miss Cummings
tinue through Hodgson Bros.' wharf. CAPITAL: :QrT7- tica.AJtostr iot of Title 00.,
acted superintendentof
has also as
the Sunday school l, which has been Mr. and Mrs H. B. Bell, of New York,, Subscribed, $25,000; Authorized, Incorporated A. D. 1889.

well attended.. were guests at the Treutler House during $100,000.ACCOUNTS CAPITAL STOCK, .V)00 ; FULLY PAID ; XOS-\SSESS.\llLE.

the past week. SOLICITED Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 60c. for each ad-
and Willie Ely returned -
Charlie Metcalf dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz.,$3.00
Snap beans are being shipped daily Money to Loan at Lowest Rates.
Thursday from their trip.: They for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.
weather and from this point, notwithstanding the recent
experienced rather rough DIRECTORS: Taxes Paid for IVon-Rcldent
head winds on the way down, and had cold snap. ALBERT TAYLOR President.
aFor a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
almost made Indian River Inlet when Mr. John McAllister is piling his Eau JAMES HOLMES, VicePresident.R. annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
commissary department run short Gallie River front, and will have a good B. HOLMES Cashier.J. Sale. 12
; M. J. F. .
Box 25O Titusville Fla.
4 and oysters were not very good,so taking landing erected shortly. ,

advantage of the heavy south wind they There has been another sale of land on .

I came back flying with three reefed main- Eau Gallie River, Mrs. Knapp having BANK.Tilusvillc GARDNER & SONCall

rfail. bought a piece on the river front.

The St. Augustine has been taken off Mr. J. O. Walton has just completed a !! Florida.

the line between this place and Titus- very substantial landing on his Eau Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. Your .Attention to their

vine,to run in the future from Titusville Gallie river property, and will soon com Authorized Capital, $100,000,

to Daytona. Captain Buie will be missedon mence another addition to his house. Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A FIEEWSTOCKGOODSConsisting
He has worked hard for
this route.
During the past week our harbor was I GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN
his present position, and deserves the I
occupied at one and the same time by SACTED.
success he has achieved. He has made five pleasure steamers. Our deep water JAMEs PRITCHARD, President,

hosts of friends along the river. Purser and many landings are being appreciated. W. B. BARXETT, Vice-President, of
Altree also has friends who will be WM. M. BROWN, Cashier.
JDany Mr. Wm.Treutler erecting a coquinawall
sorry to lose him. Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar-! Dry Oooc3.sTAILORIADE
Y. who about Hotel Treutler property.. nett, J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and ,
Rochester N.
Prof. Lente, ,
When completed Jhis will much improvethe AV. M. Brown.
registered at the Carleton a short I :NrOTIOrqS:
was aspect of the hotel grounds from the ,
time since, has decided to remain on the, Ban Gallic River. Every favor consistent with ConservativeCorrespondents

river for a year or two, and has sent for Bankin CXtclldca
[ .
Capt. Carey and Major Aspinwall hayetaken
his wife to join him at Cocoa, where he CLOTHING
several photographic views of our : Seaboard Nat'l Bank,of
is residing at present. We sincerely hope weekwith New York; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville. ,
harbor the view
during past a
the balmy breezes of Indian river will
of showing some of their friends in the Host Celebrated Manufacturers in,New Tort
restore his wasted health and enable From the Largest and
north a few of our natural beauties.Mr. .
once more to take his place among the
foremost educators of his native city. Hildreth and a party of ladies and HODGSON BROS An Elegant and

gentlemen called here in the steamer ,
Charles and St. Clair Clayton
1 spent two days of last week at Mr City of Columbus during the past week, COMPLETE LINE OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
and were delighted with our picturesque
Branch's cottage at East Melbourne, '
harbor. This excursion was also bound General Merchants
Captain Clayton, deciding it was too A Complete
for points on the lower river. .

much provisions fun to carry for the a necessary family across beddingand the Mr. Walter Goodyear and a party oi: Assortment of Men's r Ladies & Children's Shoes,

peninsula. A number of cottages the friends spent a few days at the Treutler Eau G-allie Florida. ..
seashore at Melbourne Beach would find House the past week. The party are on From the finest to good knockabout every-day goods, made by the best and most
celebrated factories in this
occupants all the year through if the a cruise to Lake Worth and other points: country.

railroad would furnish quick and easy of interest on the lower river. Mr. INDIAN RIVER. Also a Of Tru.n.ks. Sa'tcho1s,

transportation.The Goodyear's steam yacht was much admired Eto.. E'tc.

Carleton has had a full share of while in our harbor. You are cordially invited to Call at our Store in the new Bank Building and

the tourists that the steamers have allowed The Fast and New Steam Yacht Vera Steam Inspect these Goods.
or Boats for Charter the
to land here. Among the late will leave Ormond Mondays,Wednesdays by ..
and Fridays at 7 a. m. for Titusvilfe.
Mr. and lIrsCharles -
arrivals we see
Returning, leave- Titusville, Tuesdays,, JtLn. L. JBR..A.DYGroceries .
Walter Goodyear ,
Goodyear, Mr. and Mrs. Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m. from Day, Week or Month.
of Rockledge Mr. and Mrs. J. B. city dOCk, foot of. Main street. Passengers Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

Colt,New York H. H. Green, Worcester only. ,

)Mass. F. V. Wightman and wife, 433t. CAPT. WM. KITCHELL. I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and

Jacksonville; T. Gerlade, ewark, N. J.; NOTICE. JACKSONVILLE MARBLE FancyGroceries

C. Berdan and wife, Savannah, Ga.; W, One month after date I will apply tc GO, Fruit and Food ProductsOf

T. Parsons,Jacksonville; Wm. B. George Hon. Minor S. Jones, County Judge ol Dealers In1onnments all kinds. Also my Stock of
,and M. J. Walsh, New York City. Brevard County, Florida, for leave tc
sell the interest of the, Estate of B. C Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat
Masters Aleck Goode and Willie Ely Willard, late of said County, deceased,, c Headstone ,
made a quick trip on Saturday last in and to certain partnership lands, near I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of
Leaving the Goode House dock at 11 a Cocoa,in said county,belonging to the late 52 Iron Fencing, Goods. I buy close and will sell"close. I invite your correspondence and solicit

m. in the Nettle, they made the run tc J I firm of B. C. Willard & Co., a particular t O {CQZ 3 Lawn Furniture your patronage. \ ery truly,
description of which will be tiled with H E. L. BK-A.DTT.
,tinder the jib alone land. > X Marble,
my petition in the Court of said County. ...- -<
Band four of the young bird I Judge.. *: Granite, Slate,
of Master Aleck's at thE Said sale to be made in order to pay ::3 M O GOLDSMITH EROS
certain debts set forth in said O. O Onyx.
North, stopping for a time at Sebastianand ,I petition. We are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors and having
running home, close hauled under LAURA E. WILLARD. o Building Stone, enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning, we solicit the goof'will of our
mainsail th Admr'x.This .!z: Wire Fencing,, friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always keep a full Stock of
close reefed arriving at April 1st, 1890. 50-5t 3 Slate ManteU,

Goode House at 10 p. m., the distanCE Iron Mantels. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats Notions, Etc.,
miles. well sailed,
about forty-six Pretty EDGAR HOUSE
but the boys are hard to beat as sailors: Grates And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. We
Close to Indian River Inlet. have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies which is
Sam Patterson, the colored hunter wh< A'0 worth Seeing and Buying. .
.... I I
was bitten by a large water moccasin lasweek" FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA >- oc II We only deal inirstOlevss

well. He ... : : = I Goods,
is doing applied gun- )001 OOO >-4 I I ,
Fish and Game by the. ... ....
Oysters )ooI >-4 .
powder to the wound. after making tw( ... OI"-o-c'''' .I Ic Bought in first-class manner, and guarantee price as well as quality. .
Millions. Boats and
or three incisions, touching the powde Wagons Bug :: : : :>? GOLDSMITH BROS., TITUSTILLE, FLA.
gies to take Tourists hunting o: .... .,.. ..... ] ]
off with a match, and applying ligature ..
at the ankle and below the knee. Mr.C. fishing. Good Road from here t< ; StrLLwberrp P1.a.n."ts: 1i.:: Sep'teXD.ber

H. Stewart took charge of his case, fo- the Gulf Coast. And all kinds Tiling, Hearths, Wire Mats,and I Nunan'a Improved and Ho/man's & ling, $4.OOper 1000. Order early.
In fact anything made of Wire,Iron,or any kind ol Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
menting the wound with spirits of am- I have Lots and Houses to sell ii Stone. Co.
1 Send for Catalogue at the same time. stating th I INDIAN RIVER BRANDi manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer
monia and administering aromatic spirit Edgar Town. Call or Address: style of goods: yon are in need we have differ,. Send for so Bone Meal, Cotton eel Heal, etc., and MapeV and
frumenii alter ent Catalogues in the different branches of onibtwinets. Send for catalogue.JOHN .
of ammonia and spirits 2! Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees.

i natelr. Though Sam had eight miles t<)a A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor 25: Laura Street; Jacksonville, F1a.q B. BEACH, Indian Riser Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.

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