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 10, 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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VOL. X. .

I LOCAL LACONICS -Next Sunday is Low -I will the
Sunday.Mr. pay highest cash price for MAY DAY REGATTA OFF THE RAILS.A .

. r G. B. Rice, of Macon, Ga., was egret,and heron plumes. G. Nolle.
THE US. Misplaced Switch .
Causes Pullman
in Car
town Monday. -Mr. Geo. Sauls, of Osteen, Fla., is
t, .CaJ'ft'J1tEventi of Our Town and Suburbs -Money / Money 11 Money 1// to visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. B. Screven, TURKEY CREEK DECIDES TO HAVE IT. to Run Astride Parallel Tracks

It: Briefly Epitomized. loan on real at this place, this week. The non train, last Friday, had aboutk
:. estate. Apply to Robbins & Foot Races, Canoe Races, Sack, Tub and made all preparations for ,leaving and '
;L" -Ship your plumes to G. \ol1e. Graham, Titusyille, Fla. -Dr. J. M. Dixon is at Ocala this Barrel Races, Aside From the Regatta, was coming up from the wharf onto, the

: -Fine cheese-cloth, suitable for summer : -Mr. H. R. Olmstead, the pioneer week, attending a meeting of the physicians I With a Grant Dance at NightEverything track next to the depot. In running onto
dresses curtains merchant of Eau Gallic and pharmacists of the State. Points to a General Celebration.
rt etc.; send for ,paid our town a this track it was quite necessary for the

r, .sample.-E. P. Branch, Melbourne.The visit!' Monday.Mr. -Mr. J. E. M. Hodgson and son, Kin- The good .people of Melbourne and switch to be turned back on the main

y;- STAB can be found at Dr. W. M, Brown returned' on the gan, of Eau Gallic, were in town Mon- vicinity, including Turkey Creek, have line, so as to be ready for: the incoming

I Screven's news stand, Titusville; at E. C. evening train Monday. He left his day for a while with their sailboat, the decided upon a Grand May-Day Regatta, 3 o'clock train. Just as the last car, a

i Johnson's, Cocoa, every week. mother somewhat improved in health. Belle. Picnic and Dance. The subject of a regatta Pullman, was passing over a switch, the

r -Mr. Aaron Cleveland, of :Merritt, is -Mr. Willie Woolfe, of LaGrange, -Mr. George H. Reed, who has been was only started a few days ago, switch-tender turned the switch back ere

'I it present' working for the commission has raised some fine onions this season, staying with Mr. Cotey, on the ocean but already a sufficient sum of money the hind trucks had passed,and the resultwas

' :. firm of :Messrs. J. S. Watson & Co., as on which he is realizing $3.00 per bu he). beach, returned here yesterday. He left has been raised t'o make the affair a suc- a Palace car running on two tracks.

I! bookkeeper.Mrs. The Hotel Indian River at Rock- to-day for Chicago.Mr. cess. The regatta will be held at Turkey As the rails of the side-track verged off
Creek, the same place the of last from the main line, the chains under the
E. D. Raney who has been in race
ledge ,
t' E. M. :Moore, who has been on was closed Monday, and a numberof
r a visit to friends at Orange Park for the help left on the noon train Tues- the employ of the railroad here, has May was sailed at, and there will be good car were unhooked by the turning of the
prizes and plenty of them. In additionto trucks, the coupling to the forward
! ', about a month, returned to town last day for points north. been transferred to Enterprise, where he car
will take charge of the company's affairs. the yacht race, there will be foot, was broken, and the car was stopped,
I Thursday. Highest price paid for long and short canoe, tub and barrel races, to be ended with the forward trucks thrown 'oft'pn

, -For sale cheap,the building recently white crane or heron skins with plumes. -Captain Rice has completed his stalls with a grand dance at night at Mel- the south, side of the rails. Station-

! ". occupied by W. C. Branning as a jewel- Address Herman & Guinzburg, 627 & on his lot just north of his residence, bourne. The success of the event last agent Lawshe worked hard with. a gangof
629 and is now prepared to take care of the
; ; ry store. Price, $250. Easy terms. Apply Broadway, New York. stock of May throws a feeling of ardor into the hands nearly all the afternoon to get
friends when
i to Robbins& Graham. -Mr. R. E. Johnson, of Middleton, in town.our country theyare hearts of all who enjoy these annual re the car back on the rails again. The

i i' -Miss Comley and S. M. Comley, of Mass., arrived in town Friday last. Mrs. unions and exciting times. Nothing is arrival of Section-master Brazee on the

I Toledo, 0., were in town Tuesday. Johnson and daughter have been stayingat -Mrs. R. P. Paddison has been on a more exciting or affords a more pleasant 3 o'clock train with two hydrostatic

I They left, Tuesday,on steamer St. Lucie, the Indian River Hotel for the past short visit to Jacksonville, returning sight than a well contested yacht race, jacks enabled the work to be completedin

Jupiter and other places on the lower two weeks. Sunday evening. She has been on the and the ladies too, are always as much much shorter time than with the jack-

I ; river. -Mr. Henry Dreyer visited Jackson- sick list for some time past, but is now interested in them as the men. screws, which were not powerful enough.No .

I, .,' -Mr. L. C. Oliver has had a number ville Tuesday for the purpose of securing looking much better in health. Further particulars will appear in the material damage was done to.the car.

I: of cabbage palmettoes planted in front spars for the new boat Capt. Simonsonand -M. B. Bunnell, brick-layer and STAR next week, and as the time is near ANKONA. -
plasterer, is prepared to take contracts
i ( of his residence lately, which will looks himself are going to build. He returned at hand the excursion rates should be .

very ornamental and tropical when the yesterday.At anywhere on Indian River. Addressall promptly made known so that all who A. J. Tangeman is visiting J. S. Keck
communications Titusville Flori-
j tops grow out. the depth of seventy feet, whichwas da. 29 desire can avail themselves of the low on the island. *\

-1. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the reached last week on a driven well rates, which the Indian River Steamboat Our school is in' successful operationfor
; .f -Easter services will be held Sunday
, I pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida being put down at the passenger depotat Company, with its usual liberality, willno a term of four months.W. .
at the Episcopal Church ; morning at doubt extend this
is Lake Winter Park, a shell formation was year. S. Tancre and wife
Worth Fla. have
now operatingat 11 and evening at 7:30. This will be returned
struck similar to that found at Rock- Let every one of our yachtsmen prepare
all .with
where the
communications be ad- Rockledge
may the last occasion on which the Rev. A. his craft for the contest. Scrape -
dressed and information received.Mr. -
ledge.We T. will officiate in Titusville this
Sharpe your boats and sand-paper them, readyfor
Kidwell having given up the are requested to notify the tax- season, as he leaves, early next morning, pot-leading the day before the regatta. Lon Dodge and wife, of Hobe Sound,

a: proprietorship of the Grand View Hotel, payers of the town of Titusville that the for his home in Kansas City, Mo. Get your ballast in readiness and were pleasant. callers on; Aukona friends
tax books for the town close Saturday, this week. .
the house has been closed for about a -Married, last night, at the residenceof have your sails and rigging in good or
19th. All
; week, but we learn that it is to be opened April property on which taxes Mr. and :Mrs. Silvertooth, by the Rev.J. der. We are not informed whether the B. F. Pratt, formerly of Wankau,

4. in a few days by a party from Kissim- are unpaid will be advertised after that N. Jones, Mr. John B. Crabb to Miss race will be open to all comers, or will be Wis.rhas been under the weather for a
t date.
mee. Betty Rogers The ceremony was per- open only to Indian River yachts, but few days.

-The sale of the building located at -The first quarterly conference of formed at eight o'clock, and the happy probably only Indian River yachts will Saeger Bros., made a trip to Hobo

Eau Gallic and known as the Agricultural the Methodist Episcopal Church, Titus- couple received the hearty congratulations allowed. This will be known by next Sound, calling at Woillard's, West's and

College JBuilding, did not take place yule Mission, will convene Saturday and and best wishes of their many week.Tbere. other places. f

I I onday, as.adv rtised. ..The.. ale has Sunday, 12th and 13th instant. Rev,i*. friends who wer rpresent. is no better racfiig course on the C. EL C1 a reTfiasJbeenMii' ifeucklist
J. Nixon P. E. will officiate. All
I _.>: 'n.postponed-until the first Monday in invited ,attend., are Messrs. D. L. Gaulden and George M. river than at Turkey Creek, with the exception for some time, but id somewhat convalescent .

I, "Jane.I to Robbins started yesterday about noon for of the race-course at Titusvjlle, at this writing.
I Messrs. Charles H. Freyer and An- Banana Creek with and while the delightful and shady grove on
-Bishop Weed ,confirmed twelve persons Captain Hawley This locality promises to greatly en-
I g at St. Gabriel's on Good Friday drew J. Hansell, of Atlanta, Ga., arrivedin son on the Mutual Life. From the looksof the west bank, right at the mouth of the large the pineapple plantations this sea-

; night, and one person at private resi- town Friday. They are busily en- the outfit they carried with them, it creek, affords a lovely situation for a picric son. The present crop is slipping splen

!t dence. This makes an addition of twenty- gaged altering and fitting out a boat for seems apparent that they have gone prospecting dinner and a view of the race, which didly.A .

five to membership of that church the purpose of making an extended for iron ore, or something equallyas cannot be surpassed anywhere.Let monster saw-fish was killed at C.'F.McCarty's .
cruise down Indian River. Their boat
all sections of the river gather to-
F since Mr. Sharpe has had charge, a period tangible.Mr. docks a few days He
will be fitted out as a steam and sailboat and have ago.
gether again an enjoyabletime.
I S.covering about six months. Geo. W. Morton, of Heath, has measured over'thirteen feet, with a aw
with a stern wheej, and everythingwill .
; ws, -We bear that Prof. Schell expects to moved some of his household goods to thirty-eight inches long. The saw is
be made as and comfortable We do know for certain but think
::- snug as not ,
I Y open a private school here, since the regular this place, and is now living in the cot- carefully treasured as a trophy.Mr. .
these two energetic that the hand and heart of
young men can pos hearty Capt.
I ; term of the school has tage recently occupied by Mr. Sam Hap- Hamor
county sibly make it. Jacob Wilder mutt' have started the of Lawrence, Mass., is
pi red. As Prof. ScheU's persett, which he has rented furnished. about to build
reputation as an a fine residence on his
I -The steamer Chattahoochee, that "ball rolling.
Air. Morton has accepted a position with
stands high in this vicinity, no place. He is a progressive and intelligent -
I left Indian River Inlet Friday week, in the Brevard Abstract of Title Co. for
doubt he could secure as many scholars citizen, and has realized fine results
L"educator command of Capt. C. F. Fischer, arrivedat several months. LAKE WORTH ARTESIAN WELL.
as he wished to instruct_with very littler from his experimental garden.
exertion. Port Tampa last Thursday, the 3rd -The ladies of the Methodist Church One of the Moot Difficult Well-Driving Un- OCCASIONAL.Wednesday .
iff" inst. Failing to get wood and provisionsthe social the old Huck-
gave an ice cream at tertaklngg In this State, which has con
-:Mr. and Mrs. A. Becker started Tues Captain made for St. Petersburg, The St. AupsUne.
abay & Budge store last night, whichwas sumed over Eight Months of Time.
day from Rockledge for Fort Monroe, Fla., where he took in supplies, and largely attended by members of all The sinking of a 4-inch artesian well morning the new and elegant -
Virginia where they will spend a few on Monday he proceeded on his journey steamer St.
I denominations. Both socially and finan- at Lake worth has been quietly prosecuted Augustine arrived in
I ; weeks at the Hygeia House, Old Point making about seven or eight miles an cially the affair was a success, netting, by Mr. J. A. Durst until the drive port and tied up to the railroad dock.

I Comfort. They regret: that Mr. Lee has hour only, the bottom of the steamer we believe, about $57, which go towards pipe has attained a depth of over 800 feet in The vessel is a "daisy," and is the finest

I 4 : closed his hotel, as they would have preferred being covered with barnacles and oys furnishing the Methodist Church. those alternations of rock and quicksandswhich and largest one ever in port. W. B.

I :y staying here during the lovely ters. On the whole, the trip round was -The steamer St. Augustine returned have characterized the substrata.We Watson Commodore of the Indian River

:. month of April. pleasant and uneventful. from down the river last night with Mr. learn that this has been one of the Steamboat Company was aboard. The '

< Captain H. Q. Hawley returned -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corey and Mason Young and Captain Watson. most difficult undertakings in the State.It steamer is commanded by Capt. Buie,

from the Hillsborougb river last week, daughter, who have been staying at En- They did not reach Jupiter, but made a has consumed eight months of time, with Dolph Sheldon at the wheel. Mr.

and returned Tuesday from a trip down terprise for some time past, arrived here trip up the north prong of the St. Lucie and required an infinity of patient per- Watson says that'the boat left Titusvilleand

t to Rockledge with his sail boat, the Mu- Saturday evening. It was their inten- river a distance.of twelve miles. They sistence-together with an intuitive com- made the Haulover in an hour; that 4

tual Life. We learn that he expects to tion to leave Sunday morning for their also stopped at the foot of Merritt's prehension of the invisible subterranean it took nearly twelve hours to get

leave Titusville and go to Anniston, Alabama place on the ocean beach, but the unpropitious Island and rowed up the Banana river a difficulties incidental to a task of such through the canal. Right here it is properto

where he will pursue ,his trade, a state of the weather preventedtheir short distance. Captain Watson informsus conditions and magnitude-to insure its remark that the canal company should

machinist. His place and boat are offered departure until Monday morning.Mr. that men are at work opening Gil- safe advancement.The at once put their dredge to work and get

A for sale. George Reed, of Chicago, accom- bert's Bar. A Mr. Clemmons has the usual water-bearing limestone this section in proper shape to accommodate

that nearly them. We learn that the contract. boats of this class. Outside of this
-The marshal informs us panied among strata bad been, so far, as elusive as a de-
every Bridge within the corporate limits improvements to be made by Mr. Corey -The furniture, books, etc., of the linquent debtor ; but as it is, assuredly, the boat came through all right. The

has been thoroughly repaired or rebuilt, I and friends is the fencing in of ten milesof Indian River Bank were moved into their to the north, south and west of this new steamer is handsomely fitted up, has

and the next move he expects to make is. land for a deer park. new building Tuesday afternoon, and place, it remains matter of continued all conveniences and necessaries and a

to place crossings at all the remaining -Monday evening last, quite a num- yesterday morning found the officers persistence in order to attain the desider- few state rooms, although a day boat.

street corners which now have none. ber attended the meeting of the Indian smiling in their new quarters, ready to atum. She will make regular tripe&soon as;.the a.

r We hope the Town Council will authorize River L. A. M. B. S. at the residence of receive deposits and transact all other It may be mentioned here, that the canal is fixed, which ought not to'takeover {

this improvement at their meeting today Mu ;. M. P. Robbins. On this occasion business. The work will be all completedthis water stratas are usually met with at two weeks. From here 'the boat

for many of our cross streets need cross- reading and music was dispensed with, week, and then we hope to give a depths of from 100 to 200 feet throughthe went to Ormond, and passed down the

ings very much. -with the exception of a little vocal and full description of the building, whichis major part of this State, the exceptions river in the afternoon. She,draws twen-

-Rev. A. T. Sharpe delivers his fare- instrumental music by Mrs. Geo. M. a great addition to the looks of our being mostly in the vicinity of ty-six inches.-Daytona. Messenger, 3rd
cards and bean-bag was town by giving it a solid and business-like
well sermon at St.Gabriel's next Sunday. Robbins-and Jacksonville, and thence through the inst.It is hardly expected that the St.
Service both morning and evening. Mr. the order of the evening. While beanbag appearance.We southern seaboard of Georgia, where it
will the
Augustine run regularly on Daytona
with considerablezest exceedingly to la-*our
c Sharpe starts for his home, Kansas City, was carried on regret ranges from 700 to over 1,000 feet, but
route from Indian River until an-
Monday morning and leaves behind a outside by moonlight, a spirited correspondent Miss Daisy Peck, who hasso results in enormous outflow.It .
other season. Notwithstanding the fact
indulged in inside, regularly contributed to our columns
whist contest was should be remembered that this
Tat circle of friends who regret very
Mussendeu the of that section for the fifteen she was built for that route, she teems
and Mrs. news past
R Wager
River. Mr. undertaking of Mr. C. I. Craginis r
much to have him leave Indian .
better for Indian River
and Mrs. E. months but Miss Daisy leaves us ina adapted as longas
S. Graham ,
At every place on the river where he has beating : a strictly private one, although in itsresults the Haulover is fn the condition
4 visited he has made warm friends, B. Wager by 9 points to 7 ; while at few days to visit New Orleans, and per. it will, of course, be for the pre same
many that it K
k, and the work he has accomplished his I[i another table Mr. C. H. Walton and Mrs. haps may go north later in the season, sent and prospective advantage of the now *

,church Mr. I W. S. Graham managed to beat Mr. Geo. probably not to return until next fall. entire region.Mr. Bay a Lot an the Ocean Beach
here fa
truly great.wishes Sharpe of his t I M. Robbins and Mrs. Josie Wager by 16 Out readers Wi.. miss her newsy para- 1 have for sale twenty or thirty lots In

r carrie with him the best should his healthnot I points to 5. The meeting broke up graphs very much. 'During the interim J. P. Turner has purchased the 3Irs. Johnson's plat on Melbourne Beach
many friends here and t I bicycle-owned by Mr. Mac' Porter, and directly 'opposite Melbourne. Prices ,,
Florida he about 11 o'clock, and all wended their the STAB wishes to secure a regular cor
necessitate another trip to j, home peacefully in the bright moon[respondent from Cocoa. Address the John Cameron! now rides the 'cycle to reasonable. E. P. BaASCH,
; will always be kindly remembered T>y all II way
j editor for further particulars. and from home for his meals. Melbourne.
those who formed his acquaintance. light. *


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J advanced and pitched his camp near That Terriblo CoughIn CARDS.

FORTS OF THE MAUMEE. Waterville. The next day (Aug. 20,1794)he --- --- - --- -
gave battle to the Indians, who were the morning, hurried or difficult OIO.osL Roasm.. Wash a. Oaaras.
breathing> raising phlegm tightness in President Brevard fcecj. Brevard At.-
intrenched behind some high trees that Abstract Co. tract.Co.
SCHEME FOR THE PRESERVATIONOF had been prostrated by a tornado,whencethe Syrw the chest, quickened pulse, & GRAHAM

RELICS OF EARUER DAYS. name of the Battle of Fallen Timbers the evening or sweats at night,all or any ROBBINS
of these the first of
The Indians were overwhelminglydefeated things are stages
consumption. Dr. Acker's English ,
. and Gen. Wayne pursued them P. O. Box 2JO,TITT>VILLE, Brerard
Cough will these fearful Ca, I lorida.
The lufluence. Back of the Senate Bill on Remedy cure
0 several miles, even under the guns of the "'CWill practice in all the ounties of the seventh
Thl Subject I* That of the Haamee British Fort Miami. symptoms, and is sold under a positive Circuit and in the Supreme Court. Special facfli-
guarantee by Dixon & Gray druggists.Do ties for% xaminiuf; and Perfecting Land Titles
Talley Monumental Association -An Interesting Gen. Wayne passed by the fort of Miami Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs

L Chapter of Illntory. then garrisoned by the British, and to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. r:

' Special Correspondence. moved down the river to the mouth of FORT WAYNE IN 1794.' Not Suffer Any Longer. L. GAULDEN,

CINCINNATI,April -The introduction Swan creek, where he constructed a mil- three others at $5,000 each to mark the Knowing that a cough can be checked D.

in the United States senate some days itary fort, which, owing to the industryof burial places, making a total of $30,500.: in a day, and the first stages of consumption ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

> ago by Mr. Sherman of a bill calling for' his army it: construction, named fort Meigs was named in honor of Gen. broken in a week, we hereby Titusville Florida.

an appropriation for the preservation of Fort Industrv. Meigs. but he suggested as a name for guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough

certain old forts along the Maumee river, I This fort Gen. Wayne garrisoned andit the village that in after years sprung, up Remedy, and will refund the money to A.1.: THRASHER

and for the erection of monuments on was occupied for a number of years. just east the name of Perrysburg, in ill who buy, take it as per directions,

the sites of those already destroyed to I Its dimensions were about 200 by 150: commemoration of the hero of the naval and do not find our statement correct. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

make room for the spread of the cities feet, and its site is now in the busiest victory on Lake Erie. Sold by Dixon & Gray, druggists.The P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA.
: part of the city of Toledo at the in- Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh
that have grown up around them, opens After this victory Commodore Perry Circuit and Supreme Court. 5
in the tersection of Monroe street and Summit buried his dead the island of PutnBay I
up an interesting chapter historyof on First Symptoms of Death.
that of the old northwest terri- I avenue. All trace of it was long & ATKINSON
part now an important port on JONES ,
ago obliterated, but the fact of its loca- Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in
r tory. The influence back of the bill is I Lake Erie. The burial ground is about
the Maumee Valley Monumental association tion at the point indicated is preserved sixty feet from the shore of the lake,and various parts of the body, sinking at the Attomej's-at-Law, k
pit of the stomach, loss of appetite,feverishness -
I in the designation of block of buildings
an organization with headquarters a in its center stands a willow tree, the all Titusville. Florida.
pimples or sores,are positi"eevidence
Toledo, whose president is RutherfordB. I named Fort Industry block. It is proposed whole inclosed by a chain fence, now in of poisoned blood. No matter

Hayes, who was elected to succeed I to mark the spot by the erectionof a fallen and dilapidated condition. It is how it became poisoned it must be purified J T. SANDERS,
the late Chief Justice Waite who a granite monument with a suitable included in J. De
was an area conveyed by to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English -
president at the time of his death. The inscription. If the city will give the iivera to the corporation in trust for the Blood Elixir has never failed to remove ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

secretary is John C. Lee,of Toledo. privilege for the use of the street corner public, to insure it against obliteration.It scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. Will Circuit practice of in Florida.all the'Conrts of the Seventh Judicial -

The vice Hon. R. S. Robertson for the purpose, it is estimated the mon- is to erect iron fence
presidents are proposed a new Sold under positive guarantee. Sold by P. O. Box. 23.. TITUSYILLE, FLA.
Fort Hon. S. H. ument can be put in position for $5.000.: and monument. to Loan.
Wayne; Cately, a granite Dixon & Gray, druggists.Dr. _Money 11
Delta; Hon. R. C. Lemmon, Toledo. R. Fort Miami,which was first establishedas OEO. S. MCDOWELL. -

B. Mitchell, Maumee, 0., is treasurer. a trading post in 1680, and occupiedfor _____ u______u DR. L. T. DANIEL, .
military purposes subsequently by Acker's English Pills
Other officers are Hon. Thomas Dunlap,

Toledo; Daniel F. Cook, Maumee; J. the British, and abandoned by them A Hone with Hydrophobia. Are active, effective and pure. For sick DENTIST,

Austin Scott, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Asher after the treaty of 1795, is the oldest of Bill King, of Fairburn, has a horse headache, disordered stomach, loss of COCOA, FLORIDA
Cook 0. Samuel M. all these historical points. The north appetite,bad complexion and biliousness,
Perrysburg, ; Young, that has hydrophobia from all appear- TWT D. L. DODSON,
Toledo; Reuben B. :Mitchell, Maumee; eastern angle of the work and a por- ances. The horse at intervals has they have never been equaled, either in .
tion of each adjoining curtain, together spasmsor America abroad. For sale by Dixon
Joel Foot, Tontogany, 0.; F. P. Randall, paroxisms. It bites its own legs and or DENTIST

Fort Wayne, and Foster R. Warren, Syl- feet and breast. It is terrible to behold & Gray, druggists.Our TITCSVILLE ,

vania, O. how it fastens its teeth in its own flesh FLORIDA.

The association has been engaged for and tears the skin and flesh from its Very Best People the: Aching nerves.teeth Teeth filled with and saved abcesses without treated destroying success

. five years in efforts to secure possessionof xmes. King says the horse bit him on Confirm our statement when we say that fully. Roots crowned suhotantially Plates of
pure Para Broken Plates
the most important historical points, the arm yesterday, but he did not think Dr. Acker's :English Remedy is in every fitting plates gum.corrected. Teeth extracted mended.painless Badly.

such as forts and battle grounds in the L anything of it until today, when his way superior to any and all other prepa- ly- Office on Washington avenue. 8

Maumee valley,and to have them markedby i horse became unmanageable and he tied rations for the Throat and Lungs. In

suitable monuments. It has been decided around his neck a rope and tied the ropeto Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic WALTER s. GRAHAM, M. D.

that the following are worthy of a tree in his lot. The horse would and relieves at once. We offer you a Office CO II1nltatf commemoration: Fort Industry, the site catch his leg in his mouth and bite and sample bottle free. Remember, this Visits! in Titusville, $2.00.

of Toledo; Fort Miami, near Maumee .' -._ pull it until he threw himself on the Remedy sold on a positive guarantee. double Calls between rates. 10 p. m. and 6 a. m.will be charged

City; Fort Defiance, at Defiance; Fort ground for some time, then he would Sold by Dixon & Gray, druggists. Obstetrical cases,and cases outside the Corporation -

Meigs, near Perrysburg; Fort Wayne, FORT INDUSTRY. get quiet, gently get up and stand still are positively declined.

t at Fort Wayne Ind.; the battle field of awhile.In .
Fallen Timbers, near Waterville, 0.,and with the greater part of the demilunein a few minutes he would commence XOTICE.In J F. LEWIS,
advance of the northern front Circuit Court for Brevard County and
the old burial ground on Put-in-Bay island -
his antics again and bite the tree
in Lake Erie. still in a fair state of preservation.The State of Florida. In Chancery. Civil Engineer ani Surveyor.Tit
him, then the rope, and then he would ,
Of these Forts Industry, Miami, Defi- river front has been destroyed. The bite his breast and pull the flesh off in John T. Huntingtonvs. IIS\'i II t", Flu.T .

ance, Meigs and Wayne and the battler site is part of the plot of Maumee City, strips, then he would catch his legs and 1

field of Fallen Timbers were strategic occupying about 5 68-100 acres. Part of pull and bite the skin oil in strips, then James Knapp, > B. BURCUFIELD,
it is orchard. It is estimated that the The husband of Jose- .
points or points of defense or offense in he \\oulJ catch his leg in hid mouth and .
site can he purchased for $2,500,and thata phine Knapp, deceased
the victorious campaign of "Mad An- i mil and jerk until he would fall to the COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .
and the Childrenand
$3,000 monument in granite will sufficeto ,
: the Indians in
thony" Wayne against
':rr+\und. Every one was afraid to go Heirs and Devisees by; mail will receive as prompt
mark the location of the fort.
1794, and all figured conspicuously in the r.par him. Some sujrsjested bleeding! of said Josephine I IKnaJp attention as calls in person.
The embraced the battle of
area by
of 1812. Their location is
war correctly 'HIt no one was found who! would unler.iM.e and against } Order for Address: Georgiana, Fla.
Fallen Timbers
is about twelve and
indicated on the following one- tic D\' ,
map: job. 3t..1iI'u bt't\lltlal E. K. Webster JosePub1i.
third acres, which it is proposed to pur- il e horse be shot a..u ;j-ut him cut (.f so C. LA RUE P. ELY,
chase, at an estimated cost of $100 an much suffering and juiin. The lat: seen phine, Webster
FrancesV.. Darner
*r acre, and to erect at a conspicuous pointa ',i' Mr. King he \\s Ratting for s-otne Public
Rotary for the State at
and James:M. Darner, Large.
granite monument, so as to bring the C. to shoot hlo IK.IX.Atlanta Const:
total cost within $5,000. ut Inn her husband, and Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist.
against Orloff M.
Upon the completion of Fort IndustryGen. Dorman, his Heirs CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Wayne led his army back up the and Assigns. of over 30 years' experience. Natural

river to the village of the Miaruis, and finish a specialty.Melbourne.
NEAT AND PROMPT.FOR Whereas it appears by the bill of
Florida. SW.
there Oct. 2 fort been
on a having
complaint, filed in the above entitled
completed, fifteen rounds of cannon cause, that all of the defendants therein R. K2STOX
Of were fired and the fort named Fort
reside without the State of :Florida,
\:\ \. Wayne. It was located on the highest that the husband and heirs of Josephine HOUSE AND SIGN P PAINTER

.0 land in the state of Indiana, and this Knapp reside at Porto De Plata, in the TITUSVILLE FLA.
has given the name of the "Summit of Santo that E. K.
Republic Domingo
; Any and ail kinds of work done with the brash.
City" to the city now there. Wayne Webster resides at Fort Omaha, in the Special attention to inside finishing. 2 mo oil)

then returned to Greenville, where be JOB State of Nebraska; that Josephine C.
represented the United States in the PRINTING. Webster, :Frances W. Darner and James N A U rAN'S

:MAP OF THE MAUHKfi VALLEY. i treaty negotiations in 1795. M. Darner reside at York, Pennsyl- NEWSPAPER SDBSCRIPIIOll AGENCY
After the defeat of Gen.St. Clair, Nov. A considerable portion of the site of vania ; and that the residences the

4.1790, the Indians, inflamed by hatred the old fort belongs to the city of Fort other defendants are unknown ; and TIlE l'IO\EEIl ACEACY.

and encouraged by successes, committedthe Wayne, the remainder being now occu- the other defendants are themselves un- For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN

most outrageous depredations and pied by the New York, Chicago and St. -SUCH AS- known : ,
the grossest barbarities on the settlers. Louis railroad. Except the well no traceof And whereas it appears further, that Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla.

Unsuccessful campaigns against them the fort now exists, and the part of said bill is filed for the purpose of effecting

only stimulated their carnage, and in the site not occupied by the railroad or a partition of the north fourthof HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN

1793 Gen Anthony Wayne was chargad the city streets is reduced to a small triangle the William Garvin Grant in section RIVER BAKERY

with abating It. which is inclosed by an iron fence. I..ETTERIIE.DS."OTEII, 37, of township 20 south, range 35 east, We will Keep on Hand Every Day

He was a cautious soldier, who waited It is proposed to erect within this tri- containing 500 acres, in Brevard county,

for advantage and then made bold dashes angle a monument similar to those suggested Florida, between complainant and the FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES
:\ E.\DS above-mentioned defendants ,
for victory. His great vigilance won for the other points of interest. :
It is therefore ordered that the above- ETC. ALSO
him the name of "Black Snake" from The other two points determined on ,

the Indians, and the vigor of his fighting for commemoration, Fort Meigs and the RILL-HEADS, named defendants and all persons claiming Bottlers of Stdaiater
under them do GingerAle
when he was assured of the advantage by, through, or appear ,
Put-in-Bay burial ground, belong to the
and said bill the clerk'soffice
answer at
another of "Hurricane." For the same period of the war of 1812, when the Mau in Titusville Florida be- and other Drinks.ALL
on or .
trait he had long been known as Mad An- ,
mee valley became again the theatre ol
STATEMENTS fore the first Monday in June A. D.
thony. Gen. Wayne advanced from Fort :. military operations. The hero of this campaign 1890, or said bill will be taken against ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT

Washington (Cincinnati), to Fort Green- was Gen. William H. Harrison, them as confessed.It ATTENTION.S. .

- Tille(Greenville, Ohio), whence he sent a who in February, 1813, erected and established CIRCULARS, is further ordered that notice of A. BELCHER & COMPANY,.

detachment to take possession of the Fort Meigs, ten miles from Fort this order be published weekly for the PROPRIETORS

position lost by St. Clair. This was accomplished Industry. While the work was in progress space of sixty days, in the :FLORIDA ,
and a new fort built called FOLDERS, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
an unsuccessful attack was made by STAR a newspaper published in Titus-
Fort Recovery. Wayne then continued Tecumseh and again in July following. ville, Florida, Brevard county.

his advance against the village of the Gen. Harrison and Tecumseh had first Ordered at Chambers in DeLand, FOR SALE

Miami tribe and on Aug. 8,179,reached met in arms at the battle of Fallen Tim- Florida, this 24th day March, A. D. ,
the confluence of the Auglaize and the IS'.IT.TIOXSJROGR.JIJIES 1890. THE ELEGANT
bers, and they met again here,each com-
Miami of the Lakes (Maumee) rivers manding. Tecumseh is described as "one JOHN D. BROOME, RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF

where he erected Fort Defiance, givingit of the most splendid specimens of his .- Judge Circuit Court 7th Circuit oi f

a name appropriate to the conditionsof tribe, celebrated for their physical proportions Florida.I L. E. BARNES,

its building and destined to perpetuity and fine forms-tall, athletic certify that the foregoing is a true ROCK LEDGE, FLA.,

In the name of the present city on the and manly, dignified, graceful, the beau STREAMERS copy of the order of publication made Containing Seven and One-Third

ideal of Indian chief. The in this i
cite.The victory case.
'traces of this fort are still well de Acres of Land iron tine on Indian River.
was with Gen. Harrison, and Tecumsehwas DODGERS }'itus"ilIelarcb 26th, 1890.
fined. It is situated in the angle of the A. A. Large, Roomy RESIDENCE, elegantly -
during this war. The outlines STEWART
Maumee and Auglaize rivers, and bas Finished. Also a Three-Room
and works of Fort Meigs are nearly all Clerk.
been subjected to some injury by the BUSINESS CARDS COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of
preserved, and no plow has been ,
per- the most desirable places in Rock Ledge
erosion of the waters,which have washed Solicitors for complainant. 49-10w
mitted to run over the graves of the hammock.For .
of the northern and
away portions dead. It is embraced in the farm of
salients and the is WEDDING CARDS, price, terms, etc., apply to
point slowly re- Michael and Timothy Hayes, who for O. JHardware. HECTOR: ,
It is mark the Albert A. Cocoa Fla.
to Taylor
ceding. proposed spot the twenty years of their ownership have ,
by a granite monument, with a suitableinscription CARDS and
not permitted any desecration of the VISITING ( ,

$5,000: will,be for sufficient.which it is estimated graves, almost, of which wholly there unmarked.are several They hundred General Produce Drugs Drags Drags fA !

From Fort Defiance Gen. Wayne, under contain the remains of those who were

instructions from Washington, of- killed in the battle, who died during its Fine Assortment of
fered the Indians In council of MERCHANT.
peace. a occupation and those who were killed in SEND YOUR ORDERSTO DRUGS .
Indians,LittleTurtle, a chief who is said ,
the attack on the British batteries at Melbourne Florida
to have possessed statesmanshipthat
Fort Miami, across the river.
would have won him fame in diplomatic A. FROSCHEE SYRINGES
I The area of land necessary to includethe TiEFLORIDA- ,
circles of European courts,advised & TOILET"ABTICLES
fort and the graves is about fifty-fiv TITUSYIUiE, FLORIDA. STATIONERYJANCY.
His counsel overthrownby
peace.the chiefs were who boasted of (, acres valued at$100 an acre. The works Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden
younger themselves. in such a good state oll: Kept constantly on hand.
c previous victories preservation as to constitute their own STAR Coffins Cases and Caskets. Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
Turtle cautioned them against the new I ,
best monument, and it is proposed onlyto compounded at all hours
warrior that the Father at Washingtonhad Funerals attended if desired. All orders
purchase the land,erect one large monument J. B. SCREVEN Druggist
sent against them, but they wereobstinateandvotedorwaGenWa promptly executed and at reasonable rates. ,
naI ( in Fort Meigs, to cost $10,000, and JOB PRINTING OFFICE, Embalming done. TTTUSVILLE, FLA.


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,. NEW tea gown Here presenter leas tTie m. OEO. E. CHASE.

____ the front :s in shell pink China crepe crepe, TAMPA & KEY WEST SYSTEM. GEO. E. CHASE & CO., ,

tr HARPER WRITES OF with the edge embroidered in black and
A :
pretty pink pearl buckle and
STYLES IN HEAD WEAR. Going South,Read Down.
LATEST Hots of ribbon add STATIONS. Going North, Read Up. ,
elegance to the grace ..
rut drapery of the t.: t. HARDWARE
;z 1 40pm 3 OOpm 25pm 8 5am Leave Jacksonville Arrive 1169am 5 50pm 1 :Opm r
." Tb Cro1l'111eM One Are said to lie the saw another of these new black crepe 8 M 425 3'\0 1010 Arrive St. Augustine Leave t. 1015 410 6 45

: Jiod DecoIDIOC, and They Ar Certainly dresses which had an embroidery all 1112 8 :Oam 4 6:6 tiS: "? Ormund Palatka "" R 718 50 217 3 M Patent Logs, Wire Rope Bijpf. i

F. the Boat 8t,1iab-A Pretty Now Conceit around in key pattern in silver. Another, 1130 645 DaytonA I 700 200 FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS
.. again, had a trimming of ruby velvet -I---. I t i t
Described. applique all around the train and 4 OOpru U iOpJ1 8 30am Leave Jacksonville Arrive 6 :Dam 12 401 m 15pm Agent for Devoe: & Co.'s"Paints, Tula
(Special Correspondence. up the 5(15 131 9 39 Arrive Green Cove Spring Lt'av.5 2. 11 :::9111m 515 Life Preservers, Tent & Awning Co.
front .. ,
which was of ruby creptThe 605 220 10 f5" Pal atka 4 :::5 1045 420 Patent Anchors.
NEW YORK,April 3.-Like Tennyson'sbrook material has always been known but it 712 3 :9: 11:ii" Seville ".. 3 05 636 304
the bonnet goes on forever, andthouZh now takes the 8 U 4 32: 1 pm" D.-Land 310 150 BOAT GEAR OF ALL
place of a new dillCof' 8 33 4 2:1 113 Orange City Junction 19 81"8 1 $7 KINDS
this season it is not exactly seeking it has never been made up into gowns: 910 50') 200.' :anford 115 'I 50 115 Correspondence Solicited. Telephone
to it 5 07 1 U" Elltprrrl..e 7 40 125
new heights surmount, still before. OLIVE HARPER. 266.
713 310" Titusville 500 1156am
rofftntaJna its own wilt[ regard to price: 10 403m 60 T.varee .. 5 04 1130to JVos. 88
and beoomingness. I must admit thatI CRISP CONDENSATIONS.The 15 608 313" Orlando h 1140 6 M 1155 90, E. Bay St.,
1140 660 3 55: "
Kiflilbnmpe 10 60 5 50 1113
don't think the lower shapes of this 9 03 5 50" Bartow 6.0: 900 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
season half as chic or becoming as those fashionable finger nail is said to 1000 100".. Tampa 73U 820 SO-lyr.
be longer and 6 30 Fort Meade U 339
more pointed than ever.
( all abusing so. Still when
we were you 9 25 U Punts Gorda 12 50
happen to see a pretty face surmountedby Over 5,000 Russians have settled in .. i I i I s THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORiD
a wreath of tulle and blue forget-me- and around Eureka, Cal., within a year.A 220pm 10 30am,Leave Palatka Arrive 10 50am 4 20pm :
3 29 11 35 Arrive Interlachen Leave 9 55 3 t9
nots just the color of a pretty pair of sheet of cork one pound in weight 40'2 1211pm Hawthorne 918 2111 '

ygs,you are about ready to give in that will support the body of a man in water. 425 7 00 1235"110 Gainesville Rochelle .... 855 7 40 1 2 u0 45 A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville

; the present styles are certainly not ugly. Some French laundries prefer boiled 5 33 117 Orange Lake ': 4i 119 t
630 213" Ocala 700 i2 M
potatoes to soap in cleaning soiled linen. 6 OOam t S(00 4. 07" Leel'burg it o 10 514am t In OOpm Fla.
! Horses curried 830 10 l'Oam 5:is'' Pemberton 9 ZO 340pm 1:0:
are by steam in Chi-
10 40 6 35" Brooksville 8 35 :5 00 Knabe Pianos. Weber
i cago, and 150 horses are cleaned in two 905 :5 35" Eustil5 .. 12 S3pm; 910 Bros.! Pianos Haines n,:
hours. 915 Tavarf' 11 7 55! Morris Pianos, Wilcox &
White Organs and Chicago
. -; For a time the first Russian newspaperwas Daily; t Daily except Sunday. Trams leaving Jacksonville 8:SO a. m. and Palatka 4:20 p. m. are Organs. Cottage'. jHfi
j daily between Jacksonville and Palatka.
edited and managed by Peter the INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT CO\IPA"Y.STEAMERS I will Sell and Deliver at
Great. ST. LUCIEorST' SEBASTIAN leaves Titusville at3:30 p. m. Tuesdays Thursdays and your nearest
Saturdays arriving at Jupiter next morning. RETURNING, leaves Jupiter Mondays, Wednesdays and station High QradePIANOS I
The longest span of wire is in India.It Fridays arriving at Titusville next morning.STEMERGEORIANAleavesTitu8ville .
daily except Sunday at 3"A. leaves Rockledge about 6:00,
trr is 1,000 feet long and at a height of arrives Melbonre 11 30 p. m.. RETURNING leaves Melbourne 4 00 a. in." arrives Titusville 11:00 a. m. 4I
2,000 feet. CONNECTIONS: At Jacksonville with diverging lines north east and west. At Orange' City Junction
1 for Orange City. New Smyrna and Lake Helen. At Jupiter with J. k L. W. Ry. for Lake Worth. At Sanford
A good marble saw cuts about two anda with O.B Ry. for Oakland, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater and Gulf Coast points and with South Florida -
. quarter inches of ordinary marble Ry for Winter Park Maitland, etc. At Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Key West, Havana and
t Mobile and for Manatee River points At Punta Gorda with steamers for Key West,. Havana Punta
every minute. Rassa,St James City and Fort Myers. Pullman Palace Buffet bleeping cars on through fast mail train
The sun cannot be seen from Mirror daily between New York and Tampa without change. For information call on or addressD. OR

" Jake, in the Yosemite valley, until 11:30 F.JACK, General manager. G. D. ACKERLY, Gen'l Passenger Agt.

I o'clock in the morning.One JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.MALLORY'S .

',I HEART BREAKERS. million dollars of old coin- weighs ORGANSFOR

The newest and perhaps the most sty. 8,685 pounds avoirdupois, and 1,000,000

lisle of the bonnets are the crownless of silver coin weighs 58, ..o.9 pounds i NEWYORK-FLORIDA LINES.

ones. They hare a sort of twisted coronet avoirdupois. LESS: MONEY than any other

of tulle or crape, lace or velvet, Witnesses' expenses in the Cronin trial -- Unn"e.d States.' I Will ship a Piano oVorgantT.
somewhat in the form of a horseshoe, man or woman, on trial and U not
teach about $5,000; legal expenses, $20- satisfactory I will pay freight both w $25
leaving an open space through which the 000; stenographers and typewriters,$10- New York Philadelphia Boston & Florida. ush and $10a month 00 a Piano,and$W elkSheet and
S5 a month UU
hair shows and where the fancy comb much
and the total cost ordinary these
000; the jury, $8,000, more than rent. On
stands up aggressively.: Strings of ribbon will be $100,000.China Sailing FERNANDINA, Fla., Every THURSDAY. terms anyone can own a Inltrum nt.very Send liberal for
.f to match tie under the chin. from} NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m. FREE CATALOGUE containing fun Information.
I and Japan are pre-eminently the Music Strings,Violins. Banjos, Guitars Ae-
of these crownless bonnets have
Many cordeons and in
seaweed nations of the world. IRON STEAMERS- fact, every Musical Instrument
eating that is made,and at
the whole front made of small flowers very lowprices. Bend toreom
Among no other people are marine algee Rio Grande plf'b"Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
like daisies, butteroups, lilies of the val- Music at 10 centsPer: eo1.
or seaweeds so extensively devoured and .
ley or forget-me-nots or small rosebuds, Capt. Connor. A. B.
I Campbell Jacksonville
j relished as food substances.The Fla. 5 .
and the strings match the color of the I
flowers. These bonnets will be more waterfall which has the greatest State of Texas, I 'tI

worn in theatres, et receptions, for car descent is not Niagara, as is generally Cart Williams. AGENTS WANTEObm;laplmfits I

riage and church than on the promenade, supposed, but the Yosemite falls of Yos City of San Antonio, Sample free. A rare op-

though they are not prohibited there valley, which have a drop of 2,634 feet, portunity. Geo. A. Scott, 842 B'way,.N Y. .

either. or sixteen times that of Niagara. ....... Capt. Wilder. ,..

'III One lovely bonnet has a foundation of I Ir According to the report of the com- passengers from Titusville Indian River, and East Coast poi ts.arrivlug in Jacksonville from J.,T. TO AGENTS SELL WANTED PiNLEsa IU IIA I rice iest and finest fab-

pink silk lace, rising in puffs quite high missioner of internal revenue, there were & K. W. Railway, mike connection with morning and afternoon traiLs for Fernaudiua aud Steamers as CLOTHE8-LINE IIU| Clothes without pins. -r;
'a.)'a above the forehead, and nestling among manufactured in the year ending June ad\eriised Passengers arriving. Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be cared for at Feniandina. more ; freeze to it and nQtno

the puffs of lace and under the sprays of 80, 1889, nearly 289,000,000 more cigar Leave New York. STEAMERS. Leave Fernandina. pins n clothesPINS| cannot blow off.

apple blossoms is a small blackbird. The ettes than during the preceding year. Friday, April 4........................... RIO GRANDE: ,....................Thursday, April 10 holds It is a perfect
string are of black velvet ribbon. The rise of the price of ivory may be Friday, 11,.......................STATE OF TEXASThursday, 17 winter line. Sample line sent by mail for
1 Avery handsome bonnet for a matron described by the statement that the great Friday, 18,..........................RIO GRANDE.Thursday, 24 50c., also 50ft. line by. mail 81.25 prepaid.

was shown, made with a full bandeau of cutlery firm in Sheffield Rodgers& Sons, Friday, 25,........................STATE OF TEXAS,..............:Thursday, :May 1 For circulars, price list, terms, address the .
i j prone colored velvet, this stuck full of .taoo ton but have PINLESS CLOTHES LINE CO. I
used to pay a they For General information apply to
{J .ft little gold and jet pins. The crown was and in some special J. M. CUTLER, Gen. Pass. Agent, 77 West Day Street, Jacksonville,Fla 17 Hermon St., Worcester, Mass
'. .. lately paid G. M. HUBBY Agent,foot of Centre street Fernandina Fla.
open only covered with dotted net, the cases as high as l:2,000.A Or to II. B. HERSEY. Indian Rtver Ticket Agont, Titmvillo, Fla
dots outlined with gold thread. There in California relates that C. H. MALLORY & CO.General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y. BANK .
was a lace butterfly, wired stiff and {
rainstorm peopleof
after the recent many
worked with purple chenille and goldthread
Camp Calaveras county, got
Apgles ,
and prune velvet strings. The enough for the if Thanksgiving S1e m: 1.i.p Oo AND
whole is a rich and elegant bonnet, and money in the streets C1yde STORE 'FIXTURES'
dinners by picking up gold
) must hare cost the milliner as much as TH.ET ERR Y MTGL GO.

',) 13,so that the price,$25,was really quite and in the shallow streams. New York, Charleston & Florida Lines. NASHVILLE TENN

reasonable.j The world's crematories, according to
Science, number thirty-nine, located as A. L. Hatch & Son
Chip, in black, brown, dark blue and ,
colors fashionable follows: In Italy, 23; America, 10; Eng-
are very DEALERS IN,
young ladies, and they are of every imaginable land, Germany, France Switzerland,
form that th* have rather Denmark and Sweden, one each. Since
. low crowns. Ribbons feathers and 18.6 over 1,100 cremations have ,

c flowers are all used t as trimmings, and place in Italy. F .

all are in vogue. Hatpins are really ask a Georgia man how far I Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,

.: quite objects of art and'handsome enoughfor it is to the next plantation, and he answers I Stationery, Family Medi-

for brooches. that it is "a peek and aright smartscreech .- 3- cines, Garden Seeds,

Transparent, hats of lace will be very ,"he is supposed to mean that it CHOICE GROCERIES

popular, as, indeed, they ought to be, is as far as you can see from where you
i being' light, cool and most becoming. stand, and then as much farther as a The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : Hay Corn Mapes Fertilizers.

\ The frame is made of wire, over which : strong voice can be heard.It ((8tandar"d Time.) CITY POINT FLORIDA.
U drawn a single thickness of black net. is said that the first thing that the New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York.

The lace,which can be plain Brussels net new government of Brazil did was to Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Pier 29, E. River. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays. EDGAR HOUSE

or dotted or figured lace, is then shirred send a telegram to the Rothschilds ask- Monday, March 31, at 3 p m CHEROKEE ......Sunday, April 6, at 5 a n ,
on loosely over crown and brim the ing for their continued; financial support, 4 at 3 YEMASSEEThursday, April 10, at 8 a m l I
Friday, April p '' Close to Indian River Inlet.
edge of the brim having either a double received was favorable, ...... April 13 at 11 a m'
i and the reply Monday, April 7, at 3 p m.......SEMINOLE, -Sunday, ,
...' raffle of net or a gathered fall of figured and undoubtedly much toward solidi- Wednesday, April 4, at 3 p m........IROQUOIS,......-Tuesday, April 15, at 1 p m FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish .

r lace Strings of lace or tulle are fastenedto fying the new government. Friday, April 11, at :3 p rn......DELAWARE,......Thursday, April 17, at 2 p rna and Game the
the back and are brought down in town of West HartlepoolIs Monday, April 14, at 3 p m .....CHEROKEE, ......Sunday, April 20, at 5Wednesday mam Oysters by
The English : YEMASSEE ......Tuesday April:!, at 6 Millions. Boats, Wagons and Buggies -
war front to tie. The trimming of flowers is storeor April 16, at 3 p m...... ,
. '. thrown*carelessly on the crown and allowed believed to possess the largest egg Friday, April 18, at 3 p m...... SEMINOLE,......Thursday, April 24, at 8 a m to take Taurists hunting or
. .I:. warehouse in the United Kingdom. ..... April 27, at 10 amnoon
to fall forward in a natural posi at Monday, April 21, at 3 p rn IROQUOIS fishing. Good Road from here to
of that borough, speaking m..DELAWARE.Tuesday 29 at 12
, tion. The mayor Wednesday, April 23, at 3 p April the Gulf Coast.I .
: i have home a social meeting recently, said that last Fridav, April 25, at 3 p m...;. CHEROKEE,......Thursday, May 1, at 2 p m
, ':' A pretty new caprice Is to a black year 12,000 tons of eggs, or about 204- Monday, April 28, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE, .....Sunday, May 4, at 4 a m have Lots and How e 1 to sell in
;9 toilet or tea gown made of jet 000,000 eggs were imported into West Wednesday, Al'ril30. at 3 p m..... SEMINOLE, .....Tuesday, May 6, at 5 a m Edgar Town. Call or Address:
t ,> China ,with the front of pale pink,
:. crepe HartlepooLIt Freight and Passage, apply toJ. A. G. LAGOW
S blue or cream crepe. The novelty con. For Information Regarding Proprietor.
, '. ktt in using black crepe for the gown. is related of a Traverse City girl A. LESLIE, Snpt. Jacksonville: ; T. G. EOl- 1, Traffic Manager, 5 Bowling Green,New York;
'' U that she has made her best fellow prom F. M. IRONMONGER,F P. A.,Jacksonville. ST. LUCIE HOUSE
- ,x i' ,howe.ver,is a lovely soft fabric,glossy JOHN L. HOWARD F. F.A., Jacksonville.
for answer .
ise to come around at noon an \VM. P. CLYDE & CO.. General Agents. 13 New Wharves, Philadelphia ; 5. Bowline ,
to his proposal of marriage. The Green, : York. Opposite Indian River Inlet,

girl says she has seen him several thousand ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA.
; times, but always in the evening a

and she will marry no man unless she FINE SHOW GASES Unrivalled Hunting, Fish- I

knows how he looks by daylight s_, _
The very latest fad is to affect absent- -1i' Lo s: JnzCJS- ing, Boating, Etc. 4 4a

mindedness. For instance, a young lady t-_- Also Wall and Prescription cases Cedar First-Class Accommodations. Opened -

t.. r starts out for the theatre with a young Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays from January 1st to May 31st.

man. She must forget gloves, rubbers, and Stools. Cabinet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and JAMES PAINE, Proprietor.

,. 'j.v her fan or opera glasses, and they must Bank Catalogue free. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., AUanta, Ga. .
..r arrive in the middle of the first act GEORGE W. ,
Then she must forget the name of the & Co. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Civil Engineer & Notary Public ;
play, forget to thank the man who gave A. M. Hamilton ,

up his seat in the car, and enter the Barrels $2.25. MORTONHUBST, HEATH PLA..
house without saying goodnight to her TITDSVILLE FLORIDA Surveying and Leveling, Architectural

beau. Wholesale Dealers In Gauged to order ten cents extra. Drawing, Township and Section Maps. .t:<
Deeds, Mortgages,etc. Blanks constantly -*
Visible *1sra& Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. on hand.
Y "You are going to star as Camlet, are Indian River Oysters

r.'b ,OUt Hicksr O. :B. Schooner, MANATEE,

"Yes." Honey barrels and Oval Water Breaker
; "And who Is to support your FISH from 92.00 up. J. IV. ZELLERS, Master.

"My wife she's ricb."-New York This 28-ton Yacht can be chartered

Tanksand for all points up and down the river, on

i LADIES Green Turtle and Games all kinds of COOPEB WORK to order.T. the coast, or to the Bahamas. *
Kceomg a tonic or cWldren thai want bonding Commodious, safe and good aceommo-

A yRETTT JOCW CJLPIUCK. IP..- im.OWKS up.ihonla I HITTERS.take All orders will receive prompt and careful at- JOHNSON dations.- Further particulars address.

*** rich, and it drapes in the clinging 1t e' 'W ute,rare. JrI&1ar1a.todlgt* tentlon,whether by telegraph. .t Florid a., T1TU 4
Lea -
3 tJoD,aM tJJon-IJe .' deafen keep U. letter or person. 11 liMIt der.. y ..... ,... ,
*that are,now the$tyl The pretty _...,} '.Pjr Y ,a ; 10'\; ." d iY ;<
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I THE FLORIDA STAR. sisting on going to the antipodes forbader OUR COCOA BUDGET. The Hotel Indian River win close in a I GEORGE AND BELLAMY.

x twine while a million acres of flax: few days, after a most successful season,

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. fiber is wasted in adjoining fields, and notwithstanding the fact that the season A LECTURE BY MR. W. L SHELDON.,
when they could 'grow hemp enough in NEWS ITEMS AND SOCIETY EVENTS was a short one. Mr. J. M. Lee and his

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Publisher six months to bind the wheat of the I brother, Mr. Andrew Lee, are such popu- "Progress -and PoTerty" and "Looking
Gleaned by the Star'Regular Correspondent. -
world. This, he says, is exceeded only lar hotel men, and know so well how to Backward" Compared, Contracted and

$1. 0 per Annum. by the twin folly of the cotton-growers, please their guests, that they always have Expounded-TeDdeDelea of the Book and

who are wild to go to India for jute whenit Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hall of Merritt, plenty of tourists stopping at their ho Their Theories.

Entered at the Poll Office at Titutvillcat will grow in their cotton fields as rap- visited Cocoa last Sunday.A tels. Mr. Lee will run the "Fountain

Second-Clou Matter. idly as weeds. Depression more intense great many strangers attended the Spring House"' in Waukesha, Wis., as Mr. W. L. Sheldon, the well-known

will result, it is predicted, if farmers con- Easter celebration at Cocoa. usual,during the coming summer months. lecturer of the St. Louis Ethical-Culture

THE STAB the OFFICIAL newspaperfor tinue to restrict their efforts, walk in the Mr. Harrison, of Eau Gallic, has been The young folks interested in the MayDay Society, delivered an address Sunday

Brevard furrows their fathers turned, and geek to spending some time in Cocoa. singing exercises met last Wednesday morning at the Grand Opera House. Chi-

The Star has the Largest circulationof live and die in the same overdone and all night at the residence of Dr. W. L. cago, on "Mr. Bellamy and Henry
coast of.""Ia.A Easter was a lovely, fair day after "
any paper on the East profitless routine. Another serious cause had shower of rain Hughlett, and practiced some very pretty George. The lecture was given under
though we quite a
SQUAStt Is one Ineb In space; 24 squares of depression, he says, is the exorbitant early in the morning. songs which are to be sung by them on the auspices of the Ethical-Culture Society .

make a column share of the farmers' products taken by that day. A delightfully social eveningwas of Chicago, and Mr. Sheldon's rep- l.

For advertising rates enquire of the EditorAlways the middlemen and carriers. The huck- Moonlight sailing parties are nightly enjoyed by all present, and another utation as a cogent reasoner and able

enclosing. two ster often takes more for handling a enjoyed by the young people of Cocoa, good time is looked for by them on critic, coupled with the immense popularity -
--- ------ last product in a day than the grower receivedfor Rockledge and Merritt. Wednesday night of this week, when asecond of "Progress and Poverty" and

THE Jacksonville Metropolis of producing a season's growth. The Miss Lena Johnson and Mrs. F. P. meeting will.take place there for "Looking Backward," brought out a

Wednesday says "Capt. R. P. Paddison army of dealers in futures disturbs the Hassler, of Melbourne, visited Cocoa and the purpose of again practicing their much larger audience than usually at-

went down to his native county (meaning natural, flow of trade, checks exportationby Rockledge last week. songs. tends the services of the society. The

Brevard) last Saturday and returned temporary rise, to be followed by There is a scarcity of tourists just now, On Monday of this week a detilbtfulpicnic purpose of the speaker was to institute a

yesterday" That journal owes the of Captain Vir. lower prices and greater fluctuations. and it looks as if the winter travel was and sailing party was enjoyed by comparison between the doctrines of)Ir.
an apology. He is a native Bellamy and Mr. George. The lecturewas
Speculators depress prices when granariesare about over. the following party: Mr. and Mrs. Fred
ginia, and not of "The Land of Flowers. when farmers thus largely expository, but enoughof
full and boom them
The Rev. James Bolton will preach in F. Taylor,Mrs. M.J. Pipher, Prof. and

have nothing to sell, as at present. The the new M. E. church, Cocoa, next Sun- Mrs. W. H. Peck, Miss Georgiana Stiling, well-founded criticism was incorpor-
HEV. S. D. PAINE, of Jacksonville, has is infested with pestilent ated to betray the thinker and give the
the day, April 13th, both morning and even Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Taylor, and Mr. Ed
stated to a newspaper reporter that swarms of non-producers. The curse of ing. Hathaway. They boarded Mr. Taylor's subject the impress of Mr. Sheldon'sown

recent cold injured the orange trees at speculation blights and consumes the result individuality.The .
in the comfortable yacht, Mackinac (with Capt.
The Easter hymns Episcopal
Jackson sung !
TitusviUe more than those at of honest industry. Leeches fastenon lecturer began by pointing out a
r in the morning,
last McNiel as master), early
church here Sunday were con-
ville. Wise and reverend sir, of course every product of labor and suck fromit few facts about! the two books in quesj!
those who heard and made stops during their sailing tripat
everyone knows that it is colder at Titus- the life blood of profit. It is suggestedthat sidered very pretty by Courtney, City Point and Hardeeville, tion and their respective authors. The

viUe than Jacksonville without your saying farmers may be compelled to retail them. books in themselves were unique and
when the
late jolly
and it
so(?) The truth of it is this : Thereare their own fruits and vegetables,sell their Rev. Father Foley, of Sanford, visited crowd reached was quite home-but they that able productions, and were popular because

trees at this place that ha never losta own meats and manufacture their own Cocoa last week, and on Sunday morning and the say luncheon they touched a responsive chord in

leaf or a bud, while in others the sap flour. held Mass for the Catholics in Hill's everything was "lovely, the hearts of the people. They were
baskets contained so good
bad started up earlier on account of written by Americans who were familiar
Hall.Mrs. things that they could have been out a
moisture, and these lost some of their NEW YORK MARKET REVIEW. Ely Spencer, of Titusvi'.le! with with the institutions of the country and
week and still have had plenty to eat.
leaves and bloom. If the new growth on Reported by G. S. Palmer, 166 Head St., here little daughter, Charlotte,arrived in the disabilities under which the masses

i an orange tree is young and tender it will New York, April 5th, 1890. Cocoa last week and are guests of the Tampa and Key West Alarmed. labor. Another fact not to be overlooked -

feel the frost or cold much quicker than Peck House. was that both authors were men
Our market for the week, closing today
The McKinley tariff bill alarms Tampaand .
a tree that is full of older wood and more On last in the :\ of devoutness and reverence who stu- /
Sunday night, new
has been a most satisfactory one on Key West,and with very good reason.
i devoid of sap. Southern produce from the fact of the E. church, the meeting of the Young Those cities depend largely upon their diously avoided jarring upon people'sreligious

increased demand for Easter, and the People's Christian Endeavor Associationtook cigar factories. Those factories employ sentiments. Neither were they "

THOSE of our readers who have perused limited arrivals of new yegetables'have place and was well attended. thousands of men and women. In actuated by personal experience which
many had embittered their lives and warped
Bellamy's "Looking Backward, found quick sale, and all prime stock at The Rey. A. T. Sharpe was the guestof Key West alone the cigar factories pay

and are conversant with Henry George's"Progress extreme prices.Strawberries. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Powell during his out between $80,000 and$100,000 a week. their judgment. In short,the two books

and Poverty will no doubt especially, have been in stay in Cocoa. He conducted eveningservices At least 20.000: people depend upon these were the productions of prosperous and

enjoy the recent lecture given by Mr. '\', light supply, and fancy selling from 60 i at Merritt on Sunday afternoon.The factories for a living. successful men, who had espoused the

L. Sheldon, of St.' Louis, on these two to 75 cents. per quart; fair to good 30 public school is being carried on ina The manufacturers say that if the tax cause of their less fortunate brethren,
and the catholicity of their tone and the
works and his criticism of both,
literary to 50 cents.Receipts. I most thorough and successful manner on imported tobacco is increased, as proposed
in the STAR this week. I nobleness of their purpose were a sufficient -
which we publish pf oranges for- the week, by its present schoolmistress, Miss Mur- in McKinley bill, they must
for their study
Mr. Sheldon regards "Looking Backward" 8,265 boxes, less than half of the quantity phy, and the children all seem fond of close their factories. They cannot pay warrant careful
books should be studiedin
to be two
idealistic theory
as too a A fair marketis
of the week previous. her. the tax and carry on their business profit
that the emulation of character comparison, because multitudes sympathized -
practicable; maintained for all desirable fruit, but
with the Miss Daisy Peck, daughter. of Prof. ably. with both.
suggested is impossible only strictly fancy is bringing the ex- The McKinley bill increases the tax on
and Mrs. W. II. Peck, of this place, ex- .
t present motive of personal ownership of $4.50 to $5 box other TWO SOURCES OP EVIL.
treme price per ; pects to leave Cocoa in a few clays to visit Havana "wrappers" from 35 cents to$2 a
r and accumulation. He also thinks that"Progress from $3.50 to $4 and rus- Mr. Sheldon then proceeded to set
choice brights friends in Charleston S. C., and New Or- pound and makes all packages of "filler"
its advocates
and-Poverty" has rets from $2.75 to 350. which contain any "wrappers" at all pay forth the distinctive'doctrines of his two
leans La.
because it sounds "business-like, but regards There is a good demand for fancy the same duty as "wrappers." All balesof authors. Alluding casually to the existing -
solution of the social problemas On next Tuesday, April 15th, an auction -
bright grape fruity which is selling at "filler" contain some "wrappers," and, hardships of society which he

throwing too much stress on the landlord $4; russets not wanted.A sale of the household goods and therefore,all tobacco, whether"wrappers"or : thought were two well known to need
whom its writer furniture of Mr. John Curtis will take
or landowner, to few snap beans are arriving and are "filler," would have to pay a duty of describing, he said:
r due credit for the value of place at Merritt, in Mr. Curtis': house, by
does not give main if the
readily sold at from $6 to $7 per crate; $2 a pound. "Mr. George finds the not
the two works into Mr. Travis and no doubt there will be a
brain labor. Taking entire source of the evil in one special
inferior, $2 to $4. The effect of the McKinley bill, there-
think that "Progressand large.attendance. monopoly. For him the whole difficulty
consideration, we We note no arrivals of green peas, but fore, would be to build up the Havana what he calls the private -
Poverty" is the preferable one, for will sell for $6 if Mr. G. Ronald, of Brautley, sailed up centers ownership
first receipts prime. cigar factories and ruin those of Tampa of land, which he asserts was

practice.THE Cucumbers selling at $4 to $6, and in to Cocoa last Saturday and spent Easter and Key West: and that, too, without given us by nature or by urant from divine

light supply. here. He was very kind in giving his benefiting the growers of tobacco in this authority to the whole human race.

in American $1.50 to $1.75 and assistance to the young folks who had He is perfectly well satisfied that if this
prevailing depression Beats selling at : country in the least. Clearly the McKinley removed would
one evil could be poverty
agriculture is treated by the statisticianJ. squash at $150.Tomatoes the decorating of the Episcopal churchin bill is a wonderful one. It would I practically no more be a troublesomeissue

R. Dodge in the March report of the arriving in liberal quantities hand. ruin some industries, while pretending to for statesmen or political econo-

department of agriculture. The preva- from; Key West, Havana, Bermuda and Quite a large party of Cocoaites startedto protect others.Savannah Aeica. mists.

lence of low prices is noted and a feelingof also from many southern points in Florida sail down to the beach in the "Little "Mr.Bellamy,on the other hand, finds
the difficulty not in this special monopoly -
discouragement in rural circles i ; but from the fact of both the frost Blossie" on last Sunday to view the From the Land of Flowers. but simply or chiefly in the methodsof

throughout the world is indicated. It is and drought, the quality is ordinary, whale of which there has been so much trade-the system by which we carryon
Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29, 1889.
and has been especially severe in Great and the bulk tell from $1.50 to $2.50 per talk lately. We do not know whether our commerce and manufactures.We .

Britain and is the subject of complaint, crate ; but anything !strictly fancy as to they ventured on the sail or not, but as I II Mr. A. B. GIRARDEAU, Savannah, Ga. have here, therefore,a radical which differ-
I have tested the ence of opinion in the two writers
discussion, and official investigation in size and color will realize from $3 to I the morning broke so dark and stormy Johnson's DEAR SIR Chill:- and Fever fully Tonic you will, of course, lead to essentially differ-

Germany, France, Italy and other coun. 350. it is most likely the trip was postponed.The sent me and have to report 15 cases of ent views as to the solution of the prob-

i tries. The main cause of low prices is Egg-plant continues very scarce and Curtis house and grove, which is Chills and Remitting Fever that it has lem."Political

referred to the inexorable law of supply are belling at from 3.50 to $8 per brl. one of the prettiest places on Merritt's cured. Not one failure. With some economists are particularly!
worried and anxious at the present time
the demands of
and demand. Corn and wheat and other Cauliflower is selling at from $3 to $7., experience as to Georgiaand
Island at Merritt, was purchased, we Florida, and especially in the south- over what they call the evils of compe-

staples are cheap because overproduction. Cabbage in only moderate supply, and learn, last week by Mr. Chas. Goodyear, eastern part of this State, I know of no tition. They are emphasizing the wastes

Railroad extension has stimulated the market closes firm, prime Florida who already owns a good deal of land remedial agent so worthy of general use that come from the struggle between

production and overwhelmed the east selling at from $3 to $3.50. near by the Curtis grove, and has quitean as yours. Whoever originated it is a different businesses from the unfortunate We
with western prodacts. Speculation first Potatoes in moderate supply old out public benefactor. Yours truly, rivalry among concerns.
crop extensive young orange grove set S. F. GOVE, hear more now about the disastrous
and utilization afterward have produced having advanced in price, and with a upon it. The house and grove sold for Missionary Florida Baptist Country on effects of this than any other mischief in

results that have astonished the world prospect of a very light new crow, ex- 10000. Indian river and its vicinity. our present industrial system. The students

with of bread and meat. Extended rule from in political science and economicsare
a plethora treme prices are expected to The Easter services held in St. Mark'sEpiscopal trying their best to discover some

R comparisons show how, in the this time, Florida o.1, selling at $6.50to church at this place on last Master's Sale. II remedy.

f progress of forty 'years, production has I $7.50; No.2 from $3.50 to $5. Sunday were very largely attended, and Under and by virtue of a final decree of "Mr. Georges remedy for the difficulty

outrun population in its wildest strides. As the season is far advanced the demand the sermon delivered by the Rev. A. T. foreclosure and sale, issued out of and under would be to cure it by increasing the

Mr. Dodge says that while there is excess will be large from this time for all the seal of the Circuit Court of the 7th opportunities for competition. He thinks
Sharpe was deeply interesting and most of Florida in and Jor all restrictions it
Judicial Circuit Bre- that by removing upon
of production of a few staples there are kinds of new vegetables, and those who eloquent. Holy communion was admin- vard county, in Chancery sitting in a certain the present system would, perhaps, cure

Y insufficient supplies of many other necessary are fortunate in being able to make early : istered after the sermon. The churchwas cause therein pending, wnerein Floyd its own evils and then show healthful

r products and a total absence of scores shipments of prime stock, will, therefore, beautifully decorated with Floridamoss and Newins are complainants and Stephen results. Mr. Bellamy,on the other hand
of others which should furnish profitable the advantage of the extreme prices. Ryder et al., are defendants, I will, on the would take precisely the contrary course
reap palm leaves, ferns. and exquisite first Monday in May, same being the 5th increase the number of restraints, practically
There is
rural labor. too
employment to There the importance of the most diligentcare flowers. day of the month and a legal sale day of remove all the opportunities for

narrow a range of cropping. Diversification and cultivation is apparent. has been this court, between the legal hours of sale, itdo away almost entirely with the whole
Mr. Albert Magruder quite
is essential to agricultural salvation. sell the following-described property, to. principled business competition.
successful in sinking artesian wells, and wit : ?
There are Imports amounting to$240,000- For Sale-A pretty, cozy cottage, on Lot number and the northwest TENDENCIES OF TUB TWO BOOKS.
he in his last at one quarter -
equally so attempt
; 000 per annum of agricultural products one of the most desirable locations in was of the northeast quarter of section 15, "The importance of this distinction in

which should be produced here. These Titusville; price, $600; furnished, $700- getting flowing water upon the new placeof township 24, south of range 36 east, situate, the tendency of the two books cannot be

t are sugar, animals and their products Also sloop "Mutual Life" cabin 11x12 Mr. Marcus Gould. A fine stream is lying and being in the county of Brevard exaggerated. 'Progress and Poverty' in
r already flowing at a depth of somethingover and State of Florida. its ultimate effects is to increase Indi-
f fibers fruits and nuts, barley, leaf tobacco 6 ft. 6 in. high; very comfortable and one hundred and fifty feet, but he Terms of sale, cash. Purchaser to pay vidualism; its outcome, I take it, would
apd wined. It is stated that the speedy; just the boat for a truck farmeror for titles. imply lessening in the power of govern

cotton crop, valuable as it is would not cruising party.. Address expects to go deeper yet, so as to get a D. L. GAtLDE., ment. 'Looking Backward' would on
greater pressure of water. Those in the Special Master.W. the other hand, diminish individualismand
' suffice to furnish board for the people of II. Q. HAWLEY
' immediate neighborhood of Mr.: Gould's F. WAY, leave individual effort practically
the cotton states at first-class hotels for a TitusviUe Fla.
Complainant's solicitor. 4t-ol of orsanixed society,
artesian well are somewhat alarmed at absorbed in the will
week; that a score of other products not which of would vastly increase
DOW grown should enrich her agricultureand Notice Taxpayers the'sinking of the well, fearing that the and intensify the authority and influenceof

relieve existing depression. It is After this'date the tax books for Bre now delicious drive-well water which the state. We have here revived in

argued that there should be no more need vard county, Fla., will be open at Titus they have may be impregnated with the these two books the same incident,earl/once
viUe on each Friday and Saturday until sulphur taste of the artesian water, as in more the grand issue fought out in
of going to Italy or Japan for raw silk Thomas Jefferson and
between ,
which time days
the 25th day of April at where artesian wells have
than to India for raw cotton,and as little they will be closed. AH other times I some places Alexander Hamilton. You perceive it
been sunk the former perfectly clear, FINE SHOW OASES. is not issue merely with reference to
need of going to Cuba for sugar. Tho can be found at my home City Points an
E. \v." HALL, good 'water has become just like the artesian the question of property it deals with
statistician also,treats of what he characterizes Fla t 49 Ask for catalogue. I of
as the folly of wheat growers lap April 1, 1890. Tax Collector, t water in taste and looks. i TERRY"M'FG CO..NASHVILLE.TEICH.I J the elemental principles) cf our idea

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1 the state; we are actually at the present human nature displayed in 1

''j, time in the very heat of the decision of thinks, therefore, that we our must age.find He a EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR. i

j this great question. We are talking different system of trade and
',1 : about something, therefore, that is not which shall somehow put human commerce beings STXLJJ.VG-: BFAYLOR.g

1 simply up in the air, two speculative into a different kind of relationship.TWO .
theories on the social question, but about
i great principle to be settled with reference DIFFERENT METHODS. Indian River, Florida :

1 .,: to our national government. "You see, with both these men, it is .
.: "Mr. Georges theory of the state, mainly if not always the question of DEALERS
instead of being anything like socialism change of environment, only in the case
is the of one it is to be an alteration in the
.... or nationalism, very extreme of
individualism. The state would exist handling and ownership of certain kind

,4 according to that view practically, if not of property. In the other case it is to Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware

::1 i : exclusively, for the production of rights, be a revolution in the methods of deal-

.1 ,, leaving the production of wealth in the ing between man and man, an entire ,
l' hands of individuals. He feels, however, transformation in the organism of indus-
J .. that the real mistake has been that the try. What he lays stress upon is the
,,, .. ,. state has punished only one kind of evil, as he calls it, of encouraging the AND AGATEWARE.Paints .

or protected only one kind of 'predatory instinct' of human nature,
wrongs Oils, Glass and Putty ,.
: and letting that be the basis or motiveof o .
rights. It punishes crimes between in-
; dividuals; it will not allow men to com- human effort He proposes to remove CUTLERY'Plumbers' ;

mit murder; it puts a terrible punish- it by setting forward this other idea of and Mill
the state. The government is not sim- .
ment on house burglary; it insists upon BARBED
the fulfillment of contracts. The state ply to be an organism for the protectionof WIRE,

1J does do its best to keep individual men rights, a regulation of justice; it is to Supplies,

from doing one another wrong or break- be built on the plan of the family, and WIRE NETTING '

I, ing the great code of honor and honesty practically to fulfill precisely the same .
i between individuals. Where it fails, duties, to perform the same functions for Doors Sash Blinds ,., ;r WIRE
however, according to his view, is just individuals everywhere, that the family r and CLOTH..A.MMTJNITIO1NT .
I J. here-that it does not insist on the rights does for its separate members. Mr.
1. due to itself organized society; it protects George proposes from his standpoint as
1 the property of the individual, but a remedy, merely to remove one great f G-1..1J:1S: : ,
i it fails to look after what is primordially injustice, to restore to society what is its

its own property. It has allowed what own. Mr. Bellamy ventures on a much SHINGLES and LATH. .
; was its own private possession to betaken more important sugestion-that,: of un- ,
1 up by individuals. and held by dertaking to have the individuals work FISIIIXU TACKLE.
and leaves them the of from another kind of motive. Emulation -
them privilege
I the monopoly., is to be the instinct for action in- Ship Ca iadleryGcods .
stead of the motive personal owner- 4

..... SUPPOSED RESULTS OF GEORGE'S PLAN. ship and accumulation." Agents for ALABASTISE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com-
: "Now according to his view: as I un- In answer to the question why it was pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

.. delstand it, for I am not giving it in his that people sympathized with theories

"j' own language, a certain number of individuals so diverse in character and trend, the Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets.
.. have received possession of this speaker thought that"Progress and Pov-
1 property, and by this means are able to erty" had its advocates because "it ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.Catalogues
dictate the value of all the material that sounded business-like," and "Looking .

comes from the soil, the bread that is Backward" because it pointed out an sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited antI

.; eaten"'and consumed by the laboring man, ideal "that is the only way to live." estimates furnished promptly. .

'J and the coal and iron which are used for A CRITICISM OF GEORGE'S BOOK.

J productive purposes by the manufacturers. After alluding to the strictly econom- STILING' & TAYLOR.reads .
If this monopoly could be
one re- .
ical character of Henry Georges
: I moved, according to him, the city or the -------- --
,: f state or the nation could receive the increase in contra-distinction to .Bellamy's poetic the book he does say very often, Choice Orange Lands For Sale. I j
. N of value that comes to the soil conception, he continued: just as I heard of a'business man saying !I

from the pressure and growth of the "The main general criticism whichone who had laughed at it before he read it: I want to get into a strictly

',:m I': population and that would remove the has to bring forward with regard to 'Well, after all, that would be a good i Three desirable tracts of high ham I
j the book as a solution of the social prob- thing if it could be done.' Men downin
burden of difficulty on the manu mock land, located on east side of East
". facturers. In a word, if the state could lem is that it throws too much stress on their hearts are willing to acknowledgethat Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains

;: be in so far the great landlord as to lease one special evil and does not sufficiently if there were a way by which we 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of half CASH SYSTEMOF
recognize what might be called the mitigating -
t'tt-, \ the ground and receive this increase of could pull together, instead of pulling a mile on the river, about eighteen acres
In fact its
circumstances. ten-
value in rents it could appropriate that against each other, that way would be cleared, a bearing grove and nursery of
\.t dency its followers has been to con-
.. money for the current expenses of the on better. The real instinct of human nature large trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74-
their attention almost exclusively
f trade and centrate is rather on behalf of love than with of BUYING & SELLING
:; 1 ; government, relieve commerce 'The wicked 100 acres, a frontage fiveeighthsof
(' injustice. one ,
and on one hate, if no other instinct comes in to mile the river about six
: of that enormous tax, so encourage land- a on acrescleared
man' for them is liable to be the
l+ the capital of the country to be absorbed alter the preference."It a small grove and many trees inbearing.
. : :. :.r supremely in wealth production. It owner or landlord. When they refer to is not for me here to decide the Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100 Believing I can thus serve all custom-
the monopoly and speak of the wealth
\ Y: would thus remove the last great restriction accruing to individuals from the owner question as a practicable possibility within acres, with a frontage of one-fourth of a ers. While I will not refuse to credit
trade and competition. the near future. The suggestion mile on the river, which is about four
on -
t- r:'. "This, as near as I can state or under :, ship of the what soil individuals they are not have quick done in to which is to come from this book in con- miles in width. These lands are not un those who have favored me with their
':.: stand it, is the general position, or would causing that wealth. While it is true trast with Mr. George's is that whereasin derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience trade, I cannot charge goods at )figures
and the case of 'Progress and Poverty''weare would for his
be the main idea found in 'Progress plant a grove own
that certain of it is caused by .
portion made
a led think whether there not for cash before delivery.
Poverty.' All that Mr. George wants, to may use on land so underlaid. Perfectly
therefore, is to remove restrictions on the mere accident of pressure in population be a practical indication of a new methodof healthy, free from fog, malaria and frost.
whether the degree
it is questionable taxation pointed out there, on the minutes walk from house
' to
and manufactures. Eight ocean
(4, trade commerce,
is here so much as estimated by Mr. other hand in reading Looking Backward1 For Cash Before
l He thinks that in that case, with no monopoly how beach. Delivery :
George. In they see man-
i in the land and with equal rates a we are led to think whether there For further particulars inquire of
of the hand and the
everywhere by the transfer system of ual labor, the use may not be an indication there of an- Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston,

railways, competition itself would give a arm, can improve property that ,kind but of are alueaccruin'g not other kind of feeling which we ought to Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, agent, Geor- Flour, perbbl.$5.00 to 15 75
so ready to recognize While there
fair proportion to each individual worker it from brain have in our country. may gianna Fla. Coal oil per,: 20
according to the degree of his own efforts to exclusively not be so much value to it as a questionof 12} lbs granulated sugar..... 1 00
in the production. lie sees, and that the industrial system in the idea of 14 Ibs. C .10(1)

that the manufacturer ON METHODS OF TAXATION. nationalism, on the other hand there is 15 Ibs. choice rice.......... -
perhaps is true, J 1 Otf
cannot grant larger wages because he is "This, however, is only a general crit- an enormous value to it as a sentimentof cL r S_,9 L'E'l ng p&1 0'r O!J 14 Ibs. best .- _? 1 00

always to tie rise in value of the icism. It is now becoming a practical the citizens with regard to their na 14 Ibs. XXX soda crackers.......... 100

subject he must use,and receives question whether there may not be a real tion. JACKSONVILLE FLA. 50 Ibs. corn meal or grits. 1 00

.' from the owners of the land. If the suggestion on methods of taxation from BEGINNING AT THE WRONG END. 24 Ibs, best patent flour...... 1 00

profits should be unusually large, before Mr. George. Certainly, morals are disregarded Crockery, Glassware, 25 Ibs. fancy flour........ 1 00
the employes could receive their wages !; systematically in the present system "My general criticism of the methodof D. S. meat, lard and picnic hams.. 08
the value of taxation. The difficulty of collecting agitation, however, on behalf of such House-Furnishing, Boneless ham and breakfast bacon
!*f t chinery a chwould, use, at d'consume the tax is offar1e consequence sentiments, is that they begin at the Lamps Oil, $ F'aporStoves, Dried beef.... l5Bckwhat
that additional proportion of profit. than the wreckage done to the sense of wrong end. We talk of increasing our Rye flour and Graham flour.. 04 i
honor in people's subscribing to a lie as sentiments of loyalty and enthusiasm for Gate City Stone Filters.We .-
.. PLACING RESPONSIBILITY. ON is constantly done, to avoid supportingthe the state or the nation, but how seldom solicit the patronage of Steel cut oat-meal.-. 05

"What he wants, therefore, is simply government. It is not improbablethat indeed does it occur to us to begin at our neighbours ofthe Navy beans (good- ......... 05 i}
that there should not be a monopoly or Henry George's theory could be home in our own cites.have you suppose like EAST COAST.EACOTT Best Navy beans...................... OSI

: exclusive possession of any material that carried out without doing any injustice, that we can of ever feeling and anything interests at Lima beans................................ OBi
is limited in its amount on the earth. without anything like what he calls con- community when there is such com- Peas, per quart._ ....10 to 12.

If the state or human society owns that fiscation of rent. It might be worth Washington of feeling interests no at home? Lady peas, per quart.................. 20
special wealth, then there is a fair chance while to introduce some such form of a munity or & CO. Florida syrup, per gallon............ 60
single tax on visible property, giving in I think not Can dozen. .. ..
., for individual to bid for it, the Sheldon closed by strongly corn per 11.35 to 2 15
conditions every being alike'to all. Each having some other way compensation to the :Mr. less emphasizedin oppos- TITUSY1LLE I L\., Can apples (3 lb.), per doz-.. 1 3S
the opinion
for the unfairness of the ing ,more or Can
special owners
paid the same for the raw materialat both "Progress and Poverty" and tomatoes (21b..100
Then there would not TINS SHEET-IRON WORKERS.
discrimination. Can
him is tomatoes (3 lb.)..135
the start, what then comes to for the universal lie "Looking Backward, that the ills of
be this temptation Can Okra
efforts. Under and tomatoes ((3 Jb.2 00
actual profit from his own American citizens attach their society could be remedied by mere legislative -
these circumstances the workingmenwould to which The public could acts or by a change in the form of GUTTERING, ROOFING, Champion or Rose milk, per doz 1 35
of signatures every year. Butterine (cooking butter) 20 and 25
exact every attackwas
be able to The real point to
their share and the employer or leader know the value and the assessor could government the individuals themselves. Heredity Manufacturing of Tin Ware. Butter (best creamery made)...... 30
well for rate it, and the citizen's honor would not I Chicago baking .2 for 45
could have his full return as be weakened by what he calls at the was a factor as potent, at least, as GALVANIZED WORK, powder.-"
there would be the same demand for his environment and this, in the speaker'sopinion kinds Patapsico -...2 for 45
time 'a necessary perversion of And Repairing of all
those present 3 pounds of cheese for.. 50
according as
.special gifts;so that the truth: both Bellamy and George over ,
gift were rare would they receive large looked. That certain institutions tendedto

remuneration. SYMPATHY WITH "LOOKING BACK and improve morals was ad-
"According: to Mr. George, therefore, WARD." mitted preserve, but after all, the needful thingwas FOR SALE My Stock is too LargeTo
under such new I
any poverty that existed "When we come now in contrast to' to reform the men and the institu-
circumstances would come from the fact of 'Looking Backward'we tions would necessarily be improved.

that either a man would not work, or the have tendency not so much, perhaps, to think 1 No government was ever better than the The Bagger Grove

did his work to no purpose by putting lor it that we have to deal with the problemof people in it, and hence a mere changeof Quote ErerytMiiz.A .

in the wrong direction. The blame economics. My impression js that :. environment would scarcely save society Merritt's Island, Indian River,
his poverty could be laid exclusively on with that from the evil done by its unworthy
the large sympathy
himself, as showing his own lack of what causes rather from the sentiment of, members. Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South. Corresponding Range of Prices .
his want of energy or de-book comes Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostlyin
sense or own volume than from the details of itstheory.
the bearing, besides Limes, Guavas and will be given.
4- votion. In fact, Mr. Bellamy, after all,
"Mr. Bellamy has an entirely different evil.! throws the stress of his attack not so The Indian River Country.Third Bananas, and about 8 Acres of unclear

theory as to the cause of the great much the waste of our present industrial edition (revised) of the Brevard ed Land
What he is struck by chiefly is pot so on existing for 1890 Beautiful situation, overlooking the Indian
the injustice Florida) Pamphlet
or even County (
much the enigma of poverty; he observes:) :, as system on the appalling degree: of selfish now ready. and Banana River. GEO. B. ROMPH!
much stress
that, but does not lay so the ness which it encourages and stimulates. Description of Indian River country; For terms and other particulars address -
upon it; he is mostly impressed which He has done more, perhaps, than any its climate, health and settlements; 76 --

overweening degree of selfishness required by our other to show that our present methodsare pages, with maps. Free to applicants Dr. Wittfeld, 'Georgiana, Fla.;
is encouraged and even the methods of the brute, each man enclosing a two cent stamp.A. TITUSVILLE.s
industrial system. lie is appalled Or, F...H.[ GOULD 15 Roseville ave., .
present the other L. HATCH
and man against ,
hunger and for man, every
the Newark N. J.
not much by Fla.
so Point
degree of man. ror this reason a person 503mo City ,
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f tag, greet -a' friend on the street. All mine was soils ouf he started rp an3 -

j'SOME .CAPITAL GOSSIP have the same martial flourish of the exclaimed, "Pass!" 3

hand, and somehow all manage to saluteat WALTER WELLMAX 19 Wants. 10

t-o the same instant, as it they were soldiers ]- s. H. RAY V*

Berlin Work to It* Revived.
GEN. 8CHENCK. Gen. Hooker was talking recently of tt
t people who are old enough to -0IJ. -- c
the difference between the campaign remember
I methods prevailing in the north and Berlin work" that was fashionable TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Public Mo from Erie County N. T.-O n. I
those of the south. "When I first: came over twenty-five years ago may take
F Hooker ..f MJ..1MJppllI nl'7 Cabot to congress" said he, "Fernando Wood pleasure in learning that there is an i J.S.WATSON&CO.

Lodge and His Lack-Obituary Day. : and other wealthy gentlemen from New effort to revive the "croas stitch" em lei

Th KUeut Senator. of \,.TJ4 la. I, York were here, and we were chattering i I,I broidery. One of the prettiest of the I Gen'l J]

{Spec Correspondence. i one day about how much it had cost modern specimens of the work is a large i FORWARDING MerchandiseSTORE. i JI"

:. WASHINGTON, April 8.-I trust no one [i them to be elected. .I square lamp mat made of canvas filled

.will think I am saying aught to the dis- 1 "One gentleman said his campaign had :|I, in with light blue silk cross stitch. Upon ,

credit of the late Gen. Schenck becauseI 1 cYwt i.ini$;(t.OiK)(). Anotheraid! ;iiis MII each corner is worked with black silk in I .

tell a poker story of him. Many of the I :.* hr t;.,' t -rui would jut pay his election the same stitch a Chinese dragon. The t AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS IIIJ.
best i mat is edged with blue and gold passe- I
men Washington play poker as -
tLc uod
ezpeiiouj. Finally w tug I
menterie of the kind that has been used
do some good men the world over. The ; how it was in Mississippi, and I told
of the times is that it takes for the past year or two for dress trim- I I
judgment ; them they wouldn't believe me if I were propose to keep .
r something more than a friendly, quiet to state to them the exact cost of my mings. -
game of draw to make a man very last campaign. 'I have twelve Knitted and crocheted lamp mats are
coun- quite endless: in variety, and some of A First-Class
wicked. Gen. Schenck played poker fora ties in StockOF
i my district, said I, 'an l before ,
half century. He played it well, and them exceedingly pretty. By adding:
election I caretuU canvassed
I I ; every one I
a border of crocheted lace to a plain
I believe for moderate stakes
always, of them, traveling about in a light wagon
The poker story I have to tell of him is with my son. The; entire cost of that square of satin or velvet a very pretty TITUSVILLE FLORIDA ite
mat can be made. The lace should be ,
the of moderate ,
story a gentleman'sgame.
in dollar ittI
money was just one
from two to three inches broad ..'+'} of alight
Moreover it is '
a true story. I and six bits.
of the stories I' open design. should I* u+..(ie of -:o:-- a
hump poker printed
"The ntiomeu from the north
;;; were C
r well known men are imaginary. This I': incredulous I had wouldbe unbleached Brhour's flax thrtulnd WE
as thought they WANT GROCERIESJDRY
sewed flMly on the material, not projecting J
story. is not imaginary. but those the
are exact figures. The )
: ovf the edge. The corners must: be
About a week before Gen. Schenck'sdeath people down there kept us over night 1 Fid: ove-t binooiMy and the Lace sewed THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE (
he sat down at a round table one fed and horses and .
us our
j ua on our down the .
at top and bottom.
evening in his own house with Gen. '
way rejoicing, invariably refusing com WE WANT
Schofield, Gen. Rucker and two United pensation for their trouble. That is southern : 1t 1C
States senators: One of these senatorsis hospitality. I remember on? planter \otlcc to Creditors, Legatees You to be sure to Come and See Us GOODS

a famous poker player, and his inti- with whom we put up-and lia was a I II and Distributees. When you come to town. c

mate friends call him "Charley. The poor man-replied when we tendered All persons having claims and demands t

game was at $2 limit and this senator, I payment for our lodging: 'I hain't never against the estate of Benjamin WE WANT NOTIONS

on the occasion in question, sat next to I charged nobody nothin' fer stay in' at my Lanehart, deceased, late of Dade county, To Talk to You.rE'V'AST 1 1I

the dealer. It was a jack pot, which house, and I don't see why I should be- as creditors, legatees or distributees, will
Gen. Schenck opened at the limit, and take notice that their claims be \
gin on you. An'here's a couple water- must \ lens'
which the senatorpromptly raised be milyuns I'll throw in yer wagon an'cover presented within two years from date Ladies' & Childrens'SHOES.

_ fore the draw. The general "staid," 'em up with .blanket-they'll taste good hereof, or same will be barred ; and persons To Work With You.

everybody else dropping out. When he after the sun gits up hot." indebted to said estate will make

looked over his cards the senator found Congressman Cabot Lodge, of Massachusetts payment to my agent, William M. Lane- WE WANTTo .

the, ace, king, queen and jack of clubs I has been much talked about hart, at Palm Beach, Fla.W. Post You on the Markets.

and the six of diamonds.As since he introduced his now famous bill M. LAXEHART, ALSOCROCKERY i

it stood, of course his hand was for Federal control of elections. I heard Executor of the last will and testa- WE WANT; t
,valueless and he had raised ment of Benjamin Lanehart. 50-8w
purely as another Massachusetts statesman say of To Ship For You and See to Your Shipments GLASSWARE
a bluff. He drew one card, and Gen. few "There
Lodge a days ago: : goes the here. ,
Schenck also took one. It was obvious luckiest man America.. He could fall XOT1CE.

the senator had drawn to till either a in the creek and not get wet. or go Notice is hereby given of the formation AVE WANTTo HARDWARE:

straight or a flush. If he had a hand of through fire and not be burned.: lIe inherited of a corporation to be known as j

sufficient value he would not have been a good family name; a name that "The Indian River Loan and Investment either Buy or Handle most of the I II I

likely to let the opportunity to "open" go has always given him a certain prestige. Company." The general nature of the Fruit and Produce of this sectionof AND I I

by,inasmuch as there was quite a large He was heir to a large fortune estimatedat business to be transacted is the loaningof the country.

number of checks on the table. After two millions of dollars. His income I money upon real estate security ; and Ship Chandlery Goods.

the draw Gen. Schenck bet the limit.The is said to bo 90.000( a year and steadily the purchase, improvement ands sale of WE WANT
senator "saw" him and went one real property. The amount of the capital -
better. Again Gen.Schenck raised,when n increasing. He keeps up three domesticestablishments stock authorized will bte $lOOOO, to You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your
in These will be
one Washington the main features of
; ,
one be divided into 100 shares of my
$100 each.
the senator remarked: Products, We Can Ship it for You.
in Boston and in the but orders
one country. He is Subscribers sent me for -
to stock will be requiredto anything
"General, I have you beaten. I thinkI in
married. kept in
happily store
any Titut-
in at least 20 cent. of their
have a sure thing, and I don't care to pay per WE WANT illew1l1 be
"He inherited,besides a good name anda subscription the balance to be paid as promptly filled.'
hand.any" more money on that kind of a large fortune an iron constitution and called for by the Board of Directors. The You to help us to make Titusville a -

an athletic frame. He has that for which term of the corporation will commence distributing point for the Productsof .
"But I don't think you'have
," retorted Schenck. "When me I beaten Bill Scott said the other day he'd give a on or about the first Tuesday in May the river, and sell our Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens
million dollars-a good stomach. lie has A. D. 1890, and continue for the period ,
enough of it I wiU Products here.WE .
quit. inherited, moreover, a good head, a 'genius : of 20 years. The highest amount of indebtedness
So the senator urai ed" the general Or any Country Produce customersor
for literature and politics, and the or liability to which the cor
and"was quickly raised back. Again and faculty of making friends. Is he not a poration shall at any time subject itself; WANTIn friends may bring

again the blue checks were tossed into lucky dog?" shall not exceed 901 per cent of the capi fact to save you money, and can doit to market.I .

the middle of the table, until each had"tilted" We have had several "obituary days tal stock paid in. if you will help us. I

the other a dozen times or more. in congress recently. The obituary dayis DWIGHT W. TUTTLE. ask for a share of the public patronage
Then the senator renewed his proposition GEORGE M. ROBBINS.WALTER I
a well established congressional insti WE WANT and come as a supplicant, not a
p for a cessation of hostilities, and offeredto tution. Friends of the several deceased S. GRAHAM. dictator, asking for your favors.If .

fatten the stakes by a wager of a dinner members confer together and fix upon a 50-4t AVILLIAM P. WOODWARD. You to know we are head-quarters for courteous treatment,good

for the five gentlemen present. This day for delivery of the orations. A resolution Vegetables, Crates, etc. goods and low figures is

was accepted by Gen. Schenck, and the is introduced setting apart an Master's Sale. the candidate for

hands were shown down. afternoon, or part of an afternoon, Under and by virtue of a decree of fore- WE WANT public favor,
Schenck had started with three nines then I'm *
for this purpose. Usually a Satur closure and sale rendered by the Judge of
drawn one card in order to.make his an To Sell you your Orange Boxes and elected.
day is taken, for that is the day on the Circuit: Court of the Seventh Judicial
tagonist believe he had simply two pairs, which members like to visit: the departments Circuit of Florida, sitting in Chancery at Orange Wraps, and will do it if you

and bad pulled In the fourth nine. Four on errands for their constituents. Chambers for the county of Brevard, dated will come to see us. Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.

nines was a formidable hand, but the Obituary days never interfere with department the 24th day of March, A. D. 1890, in a Chilled Plows and SugarCane ,

senator's hand was stronger. It consisted work. On the day when the certain cause, wherein Harry Fisher is WE WANT Xills.S. .

of the ace king, queen, jack and ten funeral addresses for the late William complainant and Andrew Gibson and
of clubs-a ro straight flush, the highest D. delivered I into Milie Gibson, represented by J. H. Rollinsas You to know that we are Agents for the
Kelley were went the
possible hand. The senator hail won. house gallery and counted the numberof next friend are defendants, I will sell at Ocala Hock Lime, and will furnish Ja:. EL3r
in front of the
public outcry, Courthouse
But the little dinner
for five was never
members in their seats. There were at Titusville, Brevara county, Flori- it low down.
eaten. days before the set
evening seventeen of them. da, on the first Monday in May, A. D,
it Gen.
for Schenck died.
Surprised at the large attendance I 1S90, the same being the 5th day of the WE WANT
"I have been playing poker for thirtyor made some inquiries and found that the month, during the legal hours of sale, for HERE WE ARE AGAIN !
You know that burn
forty years, said the senator today, sixteen gentlemen who were listening cash, to the highest bidder, the following- to we our own

"and that was the first straight flush I with as much patience as possible to the described real estate, to-wit : Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course,

ever held. It it is to be the forerunnerof seventeenth were all orators of the day. Fifteen feet off the north end of lot three can give you bottom prices.

the death of one of my best friends, Thus the attendance was accounted for ((3), block seven ((7)), in the town of Titus

and of one of the most estimable gentle -the orators were listening to each villa, Brevard county, Florida, accordingto WE WANT
men and most skillful poker players I other. An hour later the map and survey of said town made J, W ROGERS & GO
only eight men You know that handle Cement
eyer knew,I do not want to hold another by J. Francis LeBaron, and now on record we
were in the ball,the remaining+ nine having
in the Clerk's office of said county ; said and Plaster Hair.
A few weeks ago I wrote a letter about spoken their pieces and disappeared | land being described by metes and boundsas Before an intelligent, appreciative and
I did not wait another hour to set if the follows:
the remarkable number of prominent and unfortunate last speaker was left at*)()- Commence at the northeast corner of said WE WANTTo discriminating public, present ourselves

successful men who were once poor toys lutely alone with the pages, the emptyseats lot three and run west on dividing line between impress upon your minds that we and make our bow, announcing that we
on adjoining farms in Ashland county, and the nearly empty galleries. lot one and lots two and three (2 &

O.hI know of another instance of the Senator Jones,of Nevada, is one of the 3) for a distance of ninety-four (94) feet ; represent are candidates for their favors, good

same sort," said a gentleman to me rgently. e brightest men in congress. Every day thence run south a distance of fifteen (15)) Thompson! & Edwards wishes and-cash. .

"At East Aurora, Erie county, of his life, probably, he tells more good feet ; thence turn an angle of ninety (t>O) of Chicago
N. Y., is a country school called Aurora degrees and run east Washington ave. ;
academy. It is neither a very large nora stories, says more good things than any thence turn and run north, along said The ]largest manufacturers of Fertilizers 1 As blood is thicker than water, so is

famous institution of learning, but I other makes man a the Capitol."If I had But a son he never who avenue, for fifteen ((15) feet to the point of in the west, and keep constantlyon cash betty than credit. We propose to

was counting the other the beginning. hand the following brands of theirGoods
up number was possessed of an ambition to become Also all that lot of land in the town of get out of the old ruts and Sell our
of very successful men who were an orator." says Senator Jones, "I'd be Titusville, county and state aforesaid according :

educated there, most of them farmer tempted tr> disown him These long to the map of J. Francis LeBaron, World of Good, for Orange Tre<**. Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for bard

boys from. the immediate neighborhood. hided orator of the senate make me aforesaid, described as follows : Commencing World of Good, for Truckers. Cash.
list embraces Millard Fillmore, very weary. After they have uttered at the southeast corner of lot number
Pure fine Ground Bone.
president of the United States; 'Nathan dozen sentences one usually discovers one ((1)), block number seven ((7), thencerun ,
We handle fil'8t-clas8line ofOlotliing
K. Hull, postmaster general under Fillmore that they don't know what they are talking west a distance ninety-four ((94)feet; Blood Bone and Potash. a ".. ., .

; A. 1. Clapp for many years pub : about, and the longer they talk the thence north twenty ((20) feet, thence east ChicagoJBone Meal.
printer; J. M. Humphrey, member of nin t .four (9l) feet ; thence south twenty
Dissolved Bone.
more certain of their
congress; Horatio C. Burchard directorof are you ignorance. ((20)) feet to the point of beginning, saidlO't
"The who
man understands
the mint; S. Corning Judd prominent doesn't things containing 1&0 square feet. WE WANT ,
make speeches. It is the
manwho Also those
Illinois and all pieces or parcels of land
and politician postmaster of Chicago doesnt understand a question thai situate, lying and being in the county of You to know we keep on hand Both Ready-made and to Order
Boles, of Iowa I feels called upon to talk about it two or Brevard and State of Florida to-wit : Lots Sulphate of Potash
ark others
am sure then many of equal three hours. The man who has reached forty-three (43( forty-nine ((49)), fifty (50) *
Land Plaster
reputation who started out in life from down and explored the inside of a question and fifty-one ((51), in the village of joyner- Our

that old school if I could only think of alas ays finds that it has many sides ville,being a part of the town of Titusville, Canada H. W. Ashes,

their names" and pliaseg, that few things are absolutely according to a plat or map or Joynerville, Tobacco Stems and Gents' Furnishing DepartmentIs
The house committee on elections has certain and that now on file in the Clerk's office of said
men may at Cotton Seed Meal.
decided in favor of permitting Ge n. the county of Bre arJ.
matter and
differently all be
Hooker,of Mississippi, to retain his seat. right. This sort of a man doesn't yet wantto Also, lot number twelve ((12)) in blocknineteen WE WANT Complete. Nobby Hats from
Gen. Hooker is a one armed Confederate (19), according to the survey of first-class '
make a speech. He knows too much. You to Give Us Trial hands and Shoes to suit the
,+; Jhero, and one of the most popular men"Incongress. I J. Francis LeBaron, of the town of Titus a on something.
: Republicans like him never make speeches"Senator ville, said map being of record in theClerk's most fastidious. Trunks ValIses- and
: as Stewart of Nevada WE WANT
never office of Breyanl Florida.
'weil! as the Democrata do- for he in a fine makes speeches either. Whether or not As much of the above land will be soldas To merit your patronage, by fair and Hand Satchels, too low to quote.
the old
specimen of
style gentleman.with
his reasons are the same as those of his will be sufficient to satisfy the decree in nrFor
a politeness that is fairly princely and a ingenious colleague, I am not informed; said cause and costs. honest dealings, and we mean business. fine Cigars and Tobaccos we cannot *

grand way of saluting even the humblest I but I heard Stewart make a speech one For further information, inspection of TRY US.Respectfully. be excelled in the

of his acquaintances. He has three day last week which set the senate into. maps, etc., as to above lands, apply to county.

tons, who, fortunately, are as like him a most undignified snicker. A call of Robbins & Graham,or to the, undersigned, -:0- We earnestly ask an inspection of
as a lot of peas in one pod. It is a very the senate had been ordered, and as troll he I J. P.TURSEB, ..
the Special Master. Goods before baying elsewhere.
pretty thing to see four Hookers
called off
was by Mr. Stew.
who are all tall_and of fine military! bear. art ROBBIXS & GRAHAM, J. S. WATSON &
; i sat dozing in his. chair. When his I Solicitors for complainant. 50 CO I J. 1Y. Rogers & Co

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OLD TIME TORNADOZ3.GREENGASTLB Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve. Advice to Mothers* .
T USD OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLA., ) 2In.WnrsLow's SooxHoro STBCP ahonM always
March 15th 1890. J Tni THE BEST SALVE In the world for Cuts, be uaed when children' are cutting teeth. It re.lievesthelittlesuffereratonce -
April -1f this Bruises, Sores, Ulcers Salt Rheum, Fe- ; itprodtzeesnatnral,
Notice is hereby given that the fol- thing of having towns knocked out of ver Sores Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil quiet l1eep,and the liWecberub awake...'bright

D -named settler has filed notice of existence in a few seconds, br unexpected blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, as soothes a button.the child" ..,.softens Is very the pleasant gums,allay to *taste all pain It, 0

jus intention to make final proof in support blasts, is to go on indefinitely, we : and positively cures Piles or no pay re regulates the bowels sod ia the bert known remedy

of his claim, and that said proof may as well begin to study prophylactics quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect' for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or IN THE WORLD isAS
other caoaea. Twenty-are cent a bottle.
un be made before Judge of Circuit -if such a use of that word be all.>wnLle. satisfaction, or money refunded. Price I

Court, or in his absence clerk of said Unfortunately, we seem so far to haT'eonly 2o: cents per box. For sale by Dixon &; I j DEA 1'eck.ES8 INVISiBLE A IUll8lSrS TMIUfr nlnbJ ua

court, at Titusville :Fla., on May 17th, learned that tornadoes were Grey. 10-19. COJHIOIS. Whisper, heird.: Com-
once f.rUbl..SiewMfil wkcrt all K.B.41M till UU, .
viz.*. Madison Bridges, of Titus-
1890 common in this great valley, and that Remarkable Rescue. I /,bi*Br'4w57Ji.w IM*. Writ for bk 1W.PARKER'S .
tjllc! FU-, homestead No. 14110, for the they are likely to bo
common again but
; Mrs. Michael
& 7 section 4, township 22 south Curtain. Plainfield Ill.,
5 ,
lots nothing in the line of is makes
prevention offered the statement that she caught A SPRING
37 cast
of range "The wind bloweth where it list- cold which settled on her lungs she HAIR BALSAMCleanses
names the following witnesses to and beautifies the hair. MEDipINE.TO
He continuous residence eth, and as we cannot stop it there is was treated for a month by her family I 11 Promotes a luxuriant growth. CUREANLvfQNEtJPTHECENERAt j
his and
prove upon nothing for physician but lie told Ntver' Fails to Restore ,
us but to rush to a ".stormpit" grew worse. her Gray "
cultivation of, said land, viz.: she Hair to it.Youthful Color.
when the tornado comes-if it givesus was a hopeless victim of consumption : Frerenta Pandrnff and hair falling
Jesse Tucker, Titusville, Fla. ; Orlando time. and that no medicine could cure her. ___6o,.and SI..05'CHICHF.STH'S at OM1I.1qf&J AILMENTS OFTHESYSTEM.TAKE

Quarterman, Heath, :Fla. ; Frank Her drugget suggested. Dr. King's New 1
But I set out to call ENGLISH
JJ. Sackett, Heath, Fla. ; Robert Morrtir. attention to the Discovery for Consumption ; she bought t,: '7-, I

Titusville, Fla.ALEXANDER. completeness with which we have of late a bottle and to her delight found herself I J,...<<. PEBKYRCYflL PHIS. I
years mapped out the tracks of ;: J ll ?U Cross Diamond I
LYSCII, ancient. benefitted from first dose. She continued -: \ .
J Tb*only relitbl* pill tbrnlf! Pafe.4
43 Register. tornadoes across this valley. If the tornado its use and after taking ten bottles .r. ,a?!. Lftdlea u.k Urarxl for U.!>!*.
tnond Breed in red nwuuikboxc ,Kal# occurred no more than a centuryago found herself sound and well now does J' 1I1.h blue ribbon.Take BO other. MDd4Co. I
NOTICE. her own, house work I (itarapi) for particular* and Relict for
we can still trace its course with and is as well as Ladle,*i.i malL > e4 rtwer.CMchertw .
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLA., \ tolerable accuracy wherever enough of she ever was. Free trial bottles of this I Cmemleal Co,MadlM t q.,I'hlUAa.ta.I .

March 11th, 1810. J the country remains in timber; for as the Great Discovery at Dixon &; Grey's I HINDERCORNS.
trees blown Drug Store. Large bottles 50<:. mill 81. I The only"re Cure for CornL Stops all ""in. Fn!nrea I
Notice is hereby given that the following were up by the roots they comfort to the Druggii-ta. Htscux&Cu..N.Y.CONSUMPTIVE.

named settler has filed notice of his left a hole, and where the "root wad," ai- Persons who lead a life of exposure are !

intention to make final proof in supportof we call it, crumbled down there remained subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lum nv, T MI u t nntrii. rsronchitiK, Asthma, Indjfret-uont Le
his claim, and that said proof will be a mound, and of course the, bago and will find a valuable remedy in I 1 PARSER'S GINGER TO NIC. lthaacured

made before the Judge of the Circuit, mound \\ason that side of the hole to Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini- | the tremd.teciive"oHl cists nuuiuon.ami w the best ID.keiD'KNOWTHYSElE remedy time.fur 50c.all ill and arising JLOU I.

Court, or in his absence the Clerk' of which the wind was moving. Many ment; it will banish pain and subdue infla-

said Court,at Titusville,Fla.,on Friday,, other signs how the track of former tornadoes. mation.

lay 9, 1890, viz. : John A. Young, of When you are constipated, with loss of Ffayalclani endorse P.P.r...a rplmdid combination,
and It with mat satisfaction for the .oc
prescribe car.
I V Courtney, Fla., Hd. No. 15031 for the Now tradition and nil those si;.ctite.:headache,take Dr. J.II. McLean's, I all form*and ttaggaof Primary,Secondary and T rttS -

west half of southwest quarter of south- that about u century ago a fearful tornado Little Liver and Kidney Fillets they are ,

west quarter of northwest quarter, section crossed these counties, near the pleasant to take and will cure}ou. 25 cents How Lost How Regained,
7 township 24 south of 37 a vial.
range Wabash, cutting a swath nearly a mile I .
east and southeast quarter of northeast wide and finally terminating to the P Uary t
Take DeWitt's Little Kis-ers. C rt o
section 12, township 24 south of Early : i iDeWitt's ;
quarter northward of this,city in a grand "s wirl"
ranee: 3C east. Little Early Risers get there. I \
which twisted all the timber
of a large Syphilis,SypbUUle Kfi.amaUim,Serofuloo Clcara
lIe the following witnesses to
names and Sore,Glandular Swellings, Kbeumalltm,Malaria,
area into one tangled mas In the Faults of digestion disorders of the
sameway cause ,
his continuous residence and old Chronic lTc' that hare all treatment
prove cultivation of said land, viz. : M. S. the old tornadoes can be tracked liver, and the whole system becomes de I' .
across Illinois and Missouri to their lair, ranged. Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening
B. H. Lalloche R. J. Lalloche
Sams Cordial and Blood Purifier the .*: ; ..
John J. Lalloche, all of Courtney, Fla. if one may say so, in northeastern Kan- perfects process ;. _
ALEXANDER LYNCH sas. And the painful fact is:: forced uponus of digestion and assimilation, and thus i THE SCIENCE OF LIFE .
makes pure blood. I A Scientific and Standari Pepclir Ve.tcai Treati'e ,
43 Ue ister. that there is a sort of "cyclone cen- : on the Error: ct\outhJ'ieavtiiTelH-Snie.Ner\ou
ter" in that of the Missouri If you suffer pricking pains on moving and Physical Dtbiiuy, !luipunue 01 tue Blood.IJesultins .
----- ---- ---- -- -- --- part valley. "
Circuit Court the 1th Judicial Circuit the eyes, or cannot bear bright light and Catarrh,beta Diseases. Kcsema Chronic Female Con
In of The principal fact to which I would j: plaints,Mercurial rolaon.Tetter.Scaldbead,eteetaP. 't
the State Florida llrevard find our sight weak and failing,you should --t\y P.P.Is a powerful tonic and an excellent applttcer .
'., of of call attention here is that the tornado of i:
county A. D. 1890. promptly use Dr. J. J I. McLean's Strength-I J JI
the west has regular rise and fall. It .
a "' -
Wignell &Tweltridge ening Eye Sahe. 2o cents a box. | V (
to strike the earth --
appears a glancing I! 'I
vs. I Attachment. blow-at an acute angle-and then Ask Dixon &; Gray what DeWitt's Little __ : ) _

The Indian River Amount sworn off Early Risers are.Happy. I ;from Folly! V:ce,I;aonace,Excesses or
bounce into the air to .
t Land & ImprovWt 'v to 7,892.01)! ) upper only Ihertaxation, Eier\a'm_ anil nntitt:ng the victim I
c6me down again some miles further filoosiers.Wm.TImiuons tor Work, B tmo1ar'rtedorSotmaI" Delation
Co.. a corporation I I Avoid unsk-ll'ul! pretenders. i'oitess this JreLtwork.
east and then bounce off again. Now Postmaster I existing under the Damages claim'dlaw It contain diK pa:!t s,royal \ Beautiful poltonad ud wboc Vood
Ladles whew* ystema sr
of the State of what I want to find out is the spot where Ind. writes : "Electric Bitters has done binding, embossed,full ELI. 1 nee ou'y! f 1.00 by ti In an Impure condition due to mtlllul 1m Iftn.
$10,000. the thing "bounces" for I have no feat more for me than all other medicines mail, jMstpaid,coucealea In plain wrapl r. Illustrative (
N York. J Prospectus Free, if yon apply now. The
To the defendant corporation and all of a tornado that btays in the upper air; combined for that bad feeling arising distinguished aathor,Wm. II. Parker, M. D, re-
o I and I think I am "hard onto the spot." from Kidney and Liver trouble." JohnLeslie ceived the GOLD AMI JEWHLLED MEDAL .
other Dcrsons interested : farmer and stockman of from the National Medical Association for
You are hereby notified that writ of Wherever there is a north or south same this PRIZE ESSAY on :NERVOUS and R i Atlet
place says : Find Electric Bitters to be PHYSICAL DEBILITY. .Parker and corps
attachment has been issued against creek or river with a high bluff on the the best I
you, Kidney and Liver medicine of Assistant Physicians may be consulted, confidentially -

and your property attached to satisfy the eastside, the safest place in my opinionis made me feel like a new man." J.V.. by mail or in person, at the office of are p.ocuUarl,beD.l1(.U by'be wond.rful ionic and
demands of the plaintiffs above set forth. from two to ten miles east of that bluff Gardner hardware merchant same No. 4 Bnlfinch St.,Boston,Mam.,to whom all blood Root and clMnring PotaMlnm.Pp properties. of F.r.Pn Prickly Aih,fok
And,now. unless you shall appear before -say, five miles on an average. I have town, says : "Electric Hitters is just the orders for books or letters for advice should be i

the Judge of our said Court, at the observed along the Wabash and minor thing for a man who is all run down and directed as above.HOW'S '

Court House in Titusville, in said County streams that the tornadoes(they are near- don't care wheiher helhesor dies; he I, P,

p of Brevard, on or before the 7th day Iv always from the west) are turned up- tound new strength. good appetite and ? "UD .

July, A. D. 1890. the same being Rule ward by the east bluff and do not come felt just like he had a new lease on life. YOUR FENCE Y S P E P SLIPPMAN

Day,and plead or demur to the declaration down for some distance. I dare not Only Drug)0c.Store.a bottle, at Dixon & Grey's We have the CHEAPEST and Best -fl----- ---

of plaintiffs herein filed, judgmentwill swear there Ls a safe place in a tornado's --- --- -- I WOVEN WIRE FENCING

be rendered against you by default track, but if there is, I should bet on the Cleanseyourbreath with DeWitt's Lit- Wire Ropo Selvage. WHOLESALE BROS.: DRUQOI3T8.Uppman Proprietors. ,

and your property sold to pay the debt. strip east of the east bluff.J. tie Early Risers, Dixon &; Gray. I Block. SAVANNAH. CA

Witness the Honorable Jno. 1) Broome, IL BEADLE.A ,,.-- .. : _
Judge of said Court as well as A. A. His girl didn't go back on him becausehe

Stewart, Clerk of said, Court, and the CONTEST OF WITS. used DeWitt's Little Early llisers. HOW?

'seal of said Court, this the 15th day of :* .
A sort lethargy sometimes takes
of March A. D. 1890.L. How One New York Newspaper Man Got possession "Can the world know a man has a good
of the and bladder
[ S.] A. A. STEWART, Decidedly the llest of the Joke. Kidnejs ; they : thing unless he advertises the possession
should be promptly stimulated to healthy of it?'-V AMD.RBILT. .
48 Clerk of the Circuit Court. [Special Correspondence.] .
action by the use of Dr. J. II. McLean'sLiver "'-
NEW YORK April 8.-The newspaper and Kidney Balm. -J

XOTICE workers who frequent the Astor house 50 INCHES HIGH AT 60 CENTS :?:E&ROD.

rotunda are having considerable amuse- The quality of the blood depends much Lawn. Garden Poultry and Sto'k FCTK..V" all : ..:. -}I{- -k
Ii that six months after
hereby given upon good or bad digestion; to make the tires and widths.Gates tomatch. Prices.() Soldy i'1t {V.ioi- .
the first of this notice I will ment over a little skirmish of wit between blood rich in life and dealers. Freixht Pala. bci.uf.jr. r uiAia. ;: tt ;'1I
publication .
I strength-giving constituents HcXrLUN WOYK1 W1EE FF;fK J-O.. ('IP*tf> 'i.. .
I present my final accounts and apply to two well known and popular use Dr. J. II. McLean's Strength- c*.S.All-fctcel kyland ('t:<.F"IIY Krn_ j .

the County Judge of Dade County for workers in the profession who, 'for bake ening Cordial and Blood Purifier, it will ------- ---- ----- t, : ;ki1 WRITE US

ny final discharge as administrator#of I of the story, may be called Jones and nourish the properties of the blood from THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER ., Lr ;

the estate of August lIars, late of Dade Brown. Brown is a veteran war corre- which the elements of vitality are drawn.IIEYTAICD I. :.1 !I svhcreveryou live,and

County, Florida. deceased. spondent and editor a dally and Jonesis f'l. :! ,.; ;t we will ship you m

HEINBICH hAns, well known special correspondent.Mr. ;; : : fine instrument
a Is certain if reasonable effort is made to J ::4c.v" on 15

Administrator. Brown, while he is by no means a cure a cough by the use of DeWitt's Cough ..; ., .1 : \' Days' Test Trial in
violent Prohibitionist, is not what one .i, .-
and Consumptioncure this remedy is correct ,; ;4 your own home.
Notice. would call a drinking man, and though and certain in its action and costs no ,. :3'$,

All persons:liaving claims against the be visits the rotunda, it annoys more than unreliable preparations, insist : .,.&:....'' '.'

estate of Sophronlus Twichell, late of him to have his name appear in upon having it. For sale b\ Dixon & Gray ;" <<' p r)) '1 I
Brevard county, Florida, deceased, arc I '
connection with constant revelry. Jones h. I
\ ,
required to present them duly authenticated The farmer's friend has for many yearsbeen ,. t-4
found this out, and in the spirit of mis- .. !-.-. t ,
to the undersigned within the time Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment -

required by law or this notice will be chief began to run paragraphs into his for horses, cattle, kogs and sheep. It flu GASH REQUIRED

pleaded In bar.of their collection; antI various letters always mentioning Mr. has pnned its worth in thousands of cases.

all persons In debt to said estate are re Brown in the same line with some well V.. \ .i h ve *ted and spproved. Ojr freight
; bar. Mr. Brown retaliated When the stomach lacks ligorand regularity ... ix't-- i it instrument faa to please in t.ty !
quired to make Immediate payment to us. known ..
there will be flatulency heartburn, \.iI :!;"'\.C'-' .:, .\rice.r quality .truheri k.Jounoal.1
This February 7th If 00. I through his paper. But Jones' paragraphs sickness headache A strictly f1t'lIt-d&l1I machine, fa hMed and to 0. '.1:nr aud fill teat, and buy if fully pleased.ff .
AARON CLEVELAND.MAKr'4 began to annoy Mr. Brown's nausea, nervousness. made from very bent materials b) f'orkmtu
CLEVELAND.Adtn'r Use Dr. J. II. McLeans Strengthening Cordial and with best tools ever devised f jnrpoe family, and that.astute gentleman cast and Blood Purifier to give tone and Warrrnted to do all that can he rpar "spt'Cttdof "
and Admr'x."Tho about for some method by which to deprive regularity to the stomach.yeuralgic the very hut typewriter extant. Capable of writ. S'.,.pllc.J by ussiuce.187on tV5! TEST TRIAL
I them! their force. One Saturday ing 1M! words per minute or more ctordcrt to theability P*, \N, fi'st introduced in the South by us. Fair<
I of the oprator PRICE. *1 w>. col :teiiod of sale pmtiUe.and a great t.cMfil tom.u.e.t
I afternoon he took his wife to a matinee, Persons Addre., PAK1MI :MTCi: CO., : 4,Lstancewho &1Uot vua cot vare-rooua
I husband sat with her in And those troubled with nervousness resulting Agents wanted. PARISH, X T.
and, a good from care or overwork will be relieved by taking
the box all through the play. After the Brown's Iron Bitters. Genuine ---------- --- ALL RISK SAVEDBy

performance he strolled down Broad has trade mark and crossed red lines wrapper. ,'i'l trial plan,and purcbaers &bolurly se.

way and met Jones. urd, perfect: insfumeat a> tS- vcr)- !aweatp
AlV ->,"'" :b1- costvJls -
iCE. *: only tha but instro
Astor house this
in the .
"You were heak cool feet men' nr.adc, th:tt ...II!.' *" I the most*ev r and
"Keep warm
afternoon, Jones," said Brown his face your your CaMIC.iVete--: :. 't K..r U>.t dj>ieu ,......
liver active and trust in God was the ....
your on :-.1! ai1 let tic' ".I i*lj ro iftir v.rhs
beaming with innocence. advice of a celebrated phpsiiian to a patient, All we ....k u the po"" ";- U .Hi)>iii>t: on ap
"No; who was there?" replied Jones. you can regulate the action of your liver, proval. : o.t. OO.M>'. Our (re.Khu u we f..ii,

"Oh, Dr. Norvin Green ex-Mayor kidneys and bowels by using DeWitt's Sar- -
Gladstone"LAMP EASY -TO allY
Wickharn, Alderman Gedney and a lot saparilla, an absolutely reliable blood pur-

more. We sat there from 2 till 4, must ifying remedy, for sale by Dixon & Gray.In Fro-n tw hy corre'pon.!enc:.:. N\) nutter whether
I have opened a case of champagne and \ou i ivc cither ua Ue s'Ji >,> to all Souil.ert State Ocr
; > MCU is
.. 1. 'beCnetUamplatb oftbrUIIani wniid.I -. had a charming time," said Brown. the decline of life infirmities beset us pect. Price in plat i print and alike> to all.

Jt ffupare whUe i> ,titcf t o c..ualaUuui The next morning the paragraph appeared to which our youth and maturity were8trangel'8 fi1 B1 One price only. No more no feu. Large
-&. -__ 'ower.punr&lid bnptert with and liver sub- WOODWORK' AffAeiM$1 Discounts from makers prices. A!> con.pc. !
fu light aofur tbaa in Jones' column picturesque our kidneys are tition met Complete outfits free. All freight
II'. electrio ht- more. embellishments. Mr. Brown and the ject to derangement, but nothing equals Dr. paid Easy l1ts. Every' laduccmrot that 5'

,r;. 'dvt.A1'cheerful: ttan liq1l'either.ordtMary (1'fN4 in close conjunction. J. II. McLean's Liver anti Kidney Balmas 28 UNIDNSQUARENX*'IJ an-fair dealing house can offer.
I irr-ri i .s M<&n o case of wine were (H.ILL.ST.LDUiS.MO.. .. ,
lamp Oil I of these _ATL.ANTA.GA.CAs. liIOI
I JL1 ii Brown saw it at the breakfast a regulator organs.
Write for Valuable Information.
___ __ Seeing. issssft UII;";'.;.''' ;\. DALLAS.TEX.FBOM .
I\< y.- A table first she was grieved and then Circulars
is Indeed. liner ; GREAT SCOTT Catalogues, Special
------ --
r, .zieds trimmlnr'breaks never puzzled. Why don't you cure that cough? DeWitt's Fall Otrers-889. Copy of new
;". .mutes IInr "You were with me yesterday after- will do it.
!"" cwnAe never""b-me1la. Cough and Consumption 'ure Paper Sharps and Flats"ALLFREE. -
;I'. 'e ,' or agnodUuibngGtbe the -.1;" na tuckU.L noon between 2 and 4, William,"she said. This remedy is positively certain, Iromptand AddressUDDEN aono)&nce crae7 "From 12 to 5," responded the gentle thoroughly satisfactory, if jou have

I lid kind explode.ana can-And William, promptly."But tried it you know this statement to be a fact,

whUeligAllO.o20'.,.tei1IgTte ..d< ,
I. toms a.1z8 brUllancyBrau. Astor house between 2 and 4 and were injustice. It is sold by Dixon & Gray. L !

-..."' IaJltpll1Dlshe4met t _JLordirtMY '-r drinking wine with a lot of men," remarked SOUTHERN MUSIC, HOUSE,

JitekeU OolJ er the
Al oGladktone Mrs. Brown, referring to NOTICE.
L Antique '
: The Eztesulon Study Lamp paper. 4A11 concerned will take notice that, six SAVANNAH CA ?

f"" fe.Clergymen. Editors, Students, Teachers, "Oh, that's only one of Jones' yarns'' months after date, I will present my final SEW YORK CITY. -wwwww'MY -

!/,4 "ofeasors Lawyers Pbrsicians* and otnerProfessional said Brown,carelessly; "you know I was account to Honorable Minor S. Jones, : Ofr. A H. Uaitkcs-Pear Sir: \ocr PATLXT: '1
men.Gladstone. .. EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and am SON
ir' Brevard Florida
The Lamp'. with you. County Judge of county, : very much gratiSed at the wonderful change that ,
BanquetThe settled like and for order dismissing me from. since 1 have discarded
I Then a spirit of peace a pray an baa come over iuy eyesight
Gladstone Lamp' Deal with the who adverti, .
Piano men ** You
the further execution on the estate of JohnE. my old gU6s and am now wearing yoara.ALKXtSDEK
Bend for price list. Single lamps at hoZeyrke >- white winged: dove upon that household, deceased.S. AOAX. will DUet b. by it."-But, FXAMKUX*
safely by express. longer Moore, late of saidunty, SUtiouers' Board of Trade.
: ,boxed and sent and Jones' paragraphs no annoy Secretary
Jff Writs L. &B.S,. )I. H.about It. -j
lettering RAY Administrator.
.- .Ietourprtees. "Seeing i* Brown Dojin to date II. All fitted at the Dme Store of
',. GLADSTONE L.AHIP CO., the philosophic Titusville, Jan. 6, 1890, 33-6mo. 25 DIXON & GRAY, TITUSVILLE.; FLA. -

.,' 71 Park PJaee, Wow Y rk. the joke is on Jones. _


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-Easter l' Sunday's service was held at T. D. GIBBENS .
the Church of the Holy Trinity, Rev. SPECIAL BARGAINS"IN

Dr.Juddofficiating. The service was very MANUFACTURERS' AGENT
VICINITY impressive. Though the early morning
shower and threatening clouds deterred JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

Placed Pointed Paragraph for the Head from attending, a good numberwere
many Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufacturers -
er's Penual. present. The altar, chancel, sanctorum Prices,
Sunday. etc. beautifully decorated,
Another windy were
w Just rain enough to make the sand considering the time and the scarcity of Lard, Canned Meats, Flour, 1.c

stick to your feet. flowers owing to the dry weather. Crosses .
and of white GRITS AND MEAL. I
at the other emblems were composed
Sheriff Bowman was a guest
honeysuckle,white roses,Easter lilies and Correspondence Solicited.
Melbourne Monday night. white oleanders. We noticed, besides, THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR

The Melbourne and Riverside are still hibiscus in great variety, verbenas, gil- FOR SALE,
Melbourne has a number of
open. lardias, poincianas, clerodendron, etc.,
guests still. all grown in the open air; and graceful NAPHTHA YACHT TARPON, FOR THE NEXT 15 DAYS.
The Carleton closed for the season on palms and twining vines in profusion
52 Feet First-class Order
Monday, having had a good share of the added their charms to complete the Long ; ,

people who have stopped here. whole. Now at Rockledjie. Also, 1t

The Burrill Brothers are here again 2 -Foot Naphtha Launch GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
: for a few days, working north slowly, MIMS. Atty.-at-Law. Atty.atLaw.ROBBINa .

Expecting to leave Daytona about the Mr. S. F. Gray, of Titusville, was in Now at Juno, Lake Worth. Also, cPo: GRAHAM:,

15th May. Mims Sunday.Mr. 21-Foot Naphtha Launch REAL ESTATE DEALERS,

Notwithstanding the extremely dry Strahan's house is rapidly nearing ALL KINDS PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD A EXCHANGED.Members .
leather most of the orange trees are completion.Mrs. All in First-Class Order. All will be of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
well and putting on their second Sold Cheap for Cash.
looking Harris, formerly of this place, P. O. Box, 250,
new growth. visited friends here Monday.The ADDRESS,
Master Howell Smith met with a F. D. HUGHES,
the many friends of Mrs. Wiley were We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list 0 f
the evening
-accident ,
painful pleased to see her in Mims on Saturdaylast. JUPITER, 'FLA.Brevard carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
car on the city wharf running over his RELIABLE Information furnished as to character. location and value of any Property -
left foot, injuring it severely. on Indian River.
:\Irs.rak'efield has been ill for a few Co. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
Front street presented quite a lively days, but we are pleased to )earn is now and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who I
appearance Thursday evening; a great; better. STATE may favor us with their patronage.
many people were out to enjoy the beau- BANK No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
tiful night most likely. Mr. Wm. F. Train passed through Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-
moonlight ,
Mims priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
on his way to Sayannah Saturday
people went across to see the
Many morning.Miss ---- ---- ------ ----------

stranded: whale up near the mouth of the Mabel Roberts returned home on 1889.CA.IT GEORGE M. ROBBIXS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary.Bre'V'arc1. .
Banana River, on the ocean beach. His
Abstract of Title Oo.
after three AL: ,
Friday, spending very pleas-
strength of odor was immense.Mr. ant weeks down the river. Subscribed! $25OOO; Authorized, Incorporated A. D. 1889.C..PIT..L (I
Joseph F. Chase was up last week 6100,000.ACCOUNTS .
We are glad to see that the damage STOCK, $5OOO ; FULLY PAID; XOXASSESSABLE.Charges .
from his the east shore. He is
place on done by the frost is not so serious as it SOLICITED for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and oOc. for each ad- 4
planting Irish potatoes quite extensively dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, v %., $3.00
to be. Money to Loan at Lowest Rates
and manages to have new Irish potatoes was for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.

nearly all the year round, Miss Venetia Mims' cousins left for DIRECTORS: Taxes Paid for Xon-Resldents.!!
their home in Atlanta on Tuesday, muchto ALBERT TAYLOR, President.
and Mrs. es'For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whiting the regret of Miss Venetia and their JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
Gillis, of Melbourne Beach, started on friends. 11. B. HOLMES, Cashier.J. Sale. 12
Wednesday morning for their home at many M. Sanders J. F. Wooten. Box 250, Titusville, Fla.
The Easter service at the school housewas
Portland, N. "i where Mr. Whiting is
engaged in grape culture. quite a success and very attractive, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.
especially the parts taken by the little GARDNER & SONCall
Wednesday morning Capt. Chas. T. children.
their Titusville!! Florida.
Clayton and family began journeyto The children enjoyed quite a pleasant
West Virginia. We had strong hopes evening at Mrs. Strahan's on Tuesday, Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. Your Attention to their :

that Captain Clayton would locate here and all agreed that her house is the nicest Authorized Capital, $100,000, 4

permanently, but the educational ad- place to have "fun." Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A .
vantages were not deemed sufficient
and'so their faces are turned northward J|We were sorry to hear of the death Of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- 0
our friend :Mr. China, who went to Kis- SACTED.
again. We are very sorry to lose Capt. .
simmee some time ago, at which place he ,
Clayton and his amiable family from our W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, CouslstluJ; orGoods
died. His body was brought home by
number. \V\I. M. BROWN, Cashier.
Mr. P. Gale. We hope the next time
Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar- Dry
The grape vines, planted by Mr. G. E. Mr. Gale visits us it will not be on sucha nett, J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and ,
Ryckman, at Melbourne Beach, are doing sad errand. The whole family has the \\". M. Brown.

finely. Though not fertilized or heartfelt sympathy of our little neigh. UNTOTIOIKTSS, .
watered in the least, it would be a hard borbood. The remains were interred in Every favor consistent with Conservative

matter to find anywhere an equal num- the LaGrange cemetery. Hankin ex tended,
ber beat them. We believe TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
,to not a EXAMINER. Seaboard
Correspondents: Nat'l Bank,of
single one is missing, and the rich dark New York ; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville. ,
color of the leaves and the vigorous ROCKLEDCE SCHOOL
From tie Largest and Most Celebrated Manufacturers in New Tort
growth shows the soil to be well adapt: Report for the Month of March.

ed to grapes. Star pupils-average not lower than
HODGSON BROS. .A.n Elegant and
The exodus toward the north has be- 98 per cent. in recitation and conduct- ,

gun here also. Last week a number Myra Williams, Jennie Bower, Ruth COMPLETE LINE OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS.A
Hardee Eva McDaniel Thomas .
sailed away, and on Monday morningMr. Hardee,
and Mrs. A. L. Phillips and Miss Mamie May, Stephen Ryder, Louise General Merchants

Maud Phillips left us for their home in Meyer, Florence Higgens.Roll Complete

western New York. They have been of honor-perfect in punctualityand
Assortment of Men's Ladies & Children's Shoes
pleasantly located at the Carleton for the attendance-Hervey Bower, Jennie ,
Bower, John Fultz Maude Hardee Ruth Eau Gallie Florida.
season. Mrs. Phillips's health has greatly ,
From the finest to good knockabout every-day goods, made by the best and most
improved in our genial climate. We Hardee, Daisy Hardee, Thomas Hardee, celebrated factories in this country.

hope they will| return again and make Florence Higgin, Mamie May, Eva )Ic-
at least their winter home here. Daniel, Meta Wilkinson, Myra Williams INDIAN RIVER, Also a lime: : Of TlM1.13LlSLJSf: VtOllOlS ,
Florence Ryder, Stephen Ryder, Mabel Etc., DEJto.
Fishermen meet with good
Ryder and Louise Meyer.A You are cordially invited to Call at our Store in the new Bank Building and
Mr. 'V. H. Powell, of Chicago, we be-
Inspect Goods.
grade spelled down by Myra Williams -
Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the
lieve, is "high line" so far, leading witha
and C grade by Eva McDaniel.THE 1
bass weighing 35Jibs. Mr. A. L. Phil-

lips, too, has been quite successful. EAU CALLIE CONTROVERSY. E. L. BH..AD-Y-,
Channel bass, weighing from 151bs. to Day, Week or Month

251bs. are too numerous to mention. Mr. Trafford Defines What he Terms a Groceries Grain, Bay, Garden Seed, Fertilizer,

Last Thursday Mr. C. H. Stewart, "our Partnership.
l little druggist," with rod and reel, after EAU GALUE, FLA., April 4, 1890. I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and

t a long battle, captured a sea-trout weighing Editor Florida Star: JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO., FancyGroceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf

Tibs. lOozs. He was a big one and DEAR SIR-I wish to reply to Mr. J. ,
full of fight. O. \V lton's statement in the STAR of Dealers fe all kinds. Also my Stock of

Captain Jacob Wilder is around I i with the 3d instant, to the effect that I am not 'Monuments, Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Food & Wheat.

a subscription list for a May Day his partner. Headstone,
regatta There is an agreement between us c I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of
at Turkey Creek. He is an enthusiastic = Iron Fencing,
Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
r yachtsman, and believes Turkey signed in the presence of witnesses, stat- I .Z' Lawn Furniture your patronage. Very truly,
Creek to be the most central and the ing that I am"to superintend the plantingand H E. L. BRADY.
i best sailing ground along the river. The cultivation of the crops, that he (J. L Marble,
0. Walton) is to assist me that the expenses ::!:=: )1 Granite, Slate,
last ::s
regatta, year, was a complete sue.cess GOLDSMITH EROS
there being but and profits are to be equally divided 0. g Onyx.
one solitary grum- and that all letters, invoices, returns We are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors, and having
bler, and as he did not contribute one CD Building Stone, good from the beginning solicit the good will of
etc., are to be the common prop- enjoyed a patronage we oir
cent it was hardly "his say." We hope' erty of both parties.If 3.!:::: Wire Fencing, friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always keep a full Stock of
if one ia held here this year it will be this does not constitute a partner- Slate Mantel,
} equally successful in every way. ship, I am at a loss to know what does. Iron Mantels. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Notions, Etc, *
I think J. O. Walton's mind must
Mr. J. L. Colee, acting for the Coast have been either in Australiaorona visitto Orate And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. \'e
have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies'which is
the Royal Family when he wrote that
Canal Company, and Mr. D. L. Dunham, communication.By worth Seeing and Buying.

acting as appraiser for the State, have publishing this in your next issue We only deal in
been "doing" the region around Mel- you will greatly oblige"t-01.ass: Goods,

bourne. Settlers can now get the lands Yours truly, Bought in first-class manner, and guarantee price as well as quality.

by locating or settling on the same, and A. H. TRAFFORD. GOLDSMITH BROS., TITUSYILLE, FLA. "

paying ten per cent. of the appraised The Fast and New Steam Yacht Vera
valuation down; the balance payable will leave Ormond Mondays,Wednesdaysand Sttrnwberrya Fltvxrtei :in Sep"tcD.bcr

in two years when upon proof of residence Fridays at 7 a., m. for Titusville. And all kinds of Thing, Hearth, Wire Mata,and Nunan's Improved and Hoffman's Seedling $4.OOper 1000. Order early.
leave Titusville in fact anything made of Wire,Iron,or any kind of Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specialty to soil and climate.
and improvement, deed will issue. Returning, Tuesdays, Stone. adapted our
Our Public Mr. has the Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m. from Send for Catalogue, at the nine time; stating the INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co
Notary Ely necessary city dock, foot of Main street Passengersonly. style of good you are in need of.aa we hue different Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and 3fapes' and
blanks, and is ready to attend to Catatogata in the different.branchea of our t
btuinesa. 25 David e's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.JOHN
calls of settlers. t 433t. CAPT. WM. KITCHELL. I 25 Laura Street, JacksonYllle Fla. B. BEACH ,Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.

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