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 17, 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
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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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LOCAL LACONICS. -No mail was received on the after- -I will pay the highest cash price for -Money Money 1 Money to WRECKED ON SHOALS

noon train from Jacksonville Monday. egret and heron plumes. G. Nolle.A loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & .

t THE.HAPPENINCS'ROUND ABOUT US. -Irs. Isaac Jennings, of Remington, nice variety of gentlemen's straw Graham, Titusville, Fla. .

f. Brents or Our Town and Suburbs Vt., was in town Tuesday! morning.Mrs. hats THE STEAMER ETHEL COES TO PIECES
k Current just opened at Goldsmith Bros'. -Miss Minnie Joyner, of City Point, NEAR CAPE CANAVERAL

t + Briefly Epitomized. F. Villeret, who has been on a Only latest styles and fresh goods kept. has been on a visit to her mother, Mrs.

;.. -Ship your plumes to G. :Nolle. visit to Jacksonville, returned to town -Capt. J. Q. Stewart, of Rockledge, T. W. Smith, a few days the past week. Captain Lyman,of the Schooner Bessie H

f' -Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watton, of Clifton the end of last week. is in town for a few days this week. We Highest price paid for long and short Picks Up the Wreckage and Tells What

were in town yesterday. -Owing to the illness of Mr. Foy no received a short call from him yesterday. white crane or heron skins with plumes. lie Knows About It-The Entire Crew

1 -The largest variety of gents' neckwear service was held at the Presbyterian -Service at the Episcopal church on Address Herman & Guinzburg, 627 & Missing and Supposed to be Lost.

r and collars and cuffs at Goldsmith church Sunday last. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. In the 629 Broadway, New York.It Timu-Union of 13/A

Bros' -Another line of those stylish chal- absence of the minister, Mr. Henry will pay to see those, handsome The schooner Bessie B. arrived here

-The STAR can be found at Dr. lies and flannelette dress goods receivedat Egger will read the service. I neglige shirts at Goldsmith Bros'. All from Lake Worth yesterday afternoonand

'Ii' Screven's news stand, Titusville; at E. C. Goldsmith Bros'. -Captain McLean arrived here from styles in flannel, flannelette and silk at brought news of the wreck of the

Johnson's, Cocoa, every week. -Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Turner left here Daytona with a fresh stock of goods Mon very reasonable prices.Mr. schooner Ethel], which sailed from here

-Mrs. J. G. :Martin and daughter, yesterday for a few days' trip to their day afternoon, and the Agnes, his trade- J. H. Mellor, of Eau Gallic, was for Nassau last week. Five persons were

Hiss Mlle, of Indianola, came up to place on the lIilJ borough. board, now spreads to the breeze a new in town Tuesday on his way to Chicago.He on board, Capt. Wm. D. Garvin and two

town yesterday, and will return home to- -Divine service will be held at Brant- suit of sails. seems quite pleased that he has disposed men, both colored,Dennis Storr and John

day. ley on Sunday April 20th, by the Rev. -M. B. Bunnell brick-layer and of his interests at that place. Gibson, the latter's wife who went with

A. V. Hiscock. All are invited. plasterer, is prepared to take contracts -Mr. J. H. Hogan, of Canaveral is him, intending to stop at Nassau, and a

-'Ve regret to learn that Mr. C. P. -Capt Bravo, who has been on a short anywhere on Indian River. Address sinking an artesian well at his place. colored buy called Charlie. Captain Ly-

Eacott and family expect to start: north visit to his family in St. all communications to Titusville, Flori- :Mr. I. Hiscock, of Horti is doing the man, of the Bessie B, told the story to a
Augustine, returned -
..I in a few weeks. They will spend the here :Monday, and again took da. 29 work, and a flow is expected at a depthof Times-Union man last night and there is
summer season with relatives in Ohio. about 160 feet. little doubt but that the entire
command of the St. Sebastian. -'Ve are requested to notify the tax- party is
-For sale cheap,the building recently -Cal Garmon, colored, living in the lost.
of the
-Miss payers town Titusville that the
Hutchinson has been
occupied by W. C. Branning as a jewelry for some time with cold quite but is tax books for the town close Saturday, LeBaron house on Washington avenue, CAPTAIN LYMAN'S STORY.
a severe ,
b.. store. Price, $250. Easy terms. Ap- now much improved in health. She April 19th. All property on which taxes was arrested last Saturday afternoon for The Captain said: "We ]left Lake,
ply to Robbins & Graham. says wife beating and fined $10 and
it was "la grippe' that gripped her. are unpaid will be advertised after that by Worth on Wednesday morning and witha
i -Messrs. J. F. Martin and L. W. date. the mayor. E. White, also colored, was good breeze reached Cape Canaveral

, Battenfield, of Ohio, who have been at -Rev. Jas. Bolton will preach at City arrested this week for being drunk and about noon on Thursday. As we
Point on Sunday next, April 20th. Ser -The steamer Cleo started up to the I and fined and were
disorderly $5 costs.
their winter homes at City Point for passing the bay which makes in between
vice at 11 a. m. Time of service Haulover Monday afternoon in charge of
evening -Col. Smith Sixth
the past few months, started north Tuesday engineer Light- Cape Canaveral and False Cape I saw
noon. will be announced at morning service.It Capt. Lee, to remove some obstructions house District, arrived here Tuesday some floating
wreckage the
on starboardside
is rumored that in the Haulover canal, so that the steamer evening and started for Canaveral in
we are to have a and headed for it. We
i -Mr. E. A. Chatfield, of Rockledge, St. found apiece
change in the railroad and steamboat Augustine pass through on Captain Penny's boat yesterday to inspectthe of a vessel's rail about
was a passenger on the noon train last her to Daytona. twenty feet
Saturday on his way to New Haven, schedule commencing Monday morningnext. way lighthouse. He will return today long, and a big piece of planking from

t' Conn., to spend the summer. Mr. Chat- The usual summer schedules will Titusville witnessed the tying of an- to-morrow. From here he goes to inspect the bilge. There was nothing to identify

field has a fine place at Rockledge.J. then probably go into effect. other nuptial knot last week. Mr. Jno. Jupiter light. Captain Maloney, Head the vessel, and on shore we could see

-Owing to the feeble health of Mr. T. Cleveland was married to Mrs. AnnieE. Engineer of the Lighthouse Service, gen- lumber and barrels washed up and so we-
A. Durst of Crescent the
City, Foy, the Rev. H. Keigwin, Presbyterian DuPree, Thursday night at eight erally does the inspection, but on this ran as near as we could and sent a boat '
well-sinker of the State of Florida
*...\. pioneer -, Synodical Missionary for Florida, will o'clock, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. trip he was taken sick at St. Augustine; ashore. The first thing I found was the- '

I *, ,is now operatingat Lake Worth, Fla., I preach for him next Sabbathmorningand McDonald. Rev. J..N. Jones officiated. and Col. Smith was detailed to do the cabin transom covered with canvas, on
where all communications may be ad-
.dressed and information received.Mr. evening-at Presbyterian church. -Miss:: Louise Jones, who has been on which was painted in black letters,
-About two weeks "
<** -Miss Jennie Brock, of Jacksonville, a visit to friends at Jacksonville fora ago announcementwas "Ethel. Scattered along for a considerable
G W. Mackenzie returned to made in our columns that Mr. W. K. ] distance barrels
a sister of Captain Chas. Brock arrivedin week returned here Saturday night, were and boxes,
Titusville last Friday evening from Jacksonville Batchelder, piano tuner for Messrs. Lud- which
we gathered
I town Saturday. She has been suffer- and reports having spent a most enjoy- together. We found
where he has been staying for a den & Bates, of Savannah, Ga., would be five cases of bacon several
ing from a bad cold, caught north, and able time while away. She also visitedye cases of pork
few months. At resent he salesman in Titusville ere this time. Quite unex- branded with J. G.
Ancient Citie with which she Christopher's name,
thinks the delightful ozone of Old Ocean place
! in the store of J. P. Turner & Co. His pectedly he was sent to Knoxville, Tenn., and eight barrels of flour. There
and Indian River will improve her health. was quite charmed.
friends are 811 glad to see him. to attend to some important business for also some more pieces of the wreck and

.-Mr. Ed. Hamilton has completed his -Miss Rena Hines has returned fromMerritt's -Captain Carey, who owns a winter his firm, but he will return to this place another section of the rail, which had

k, season's work at the fish camps down the Island to recruit her health a residence at Eau Gallie, arrived here on about the second week in May to attendto been pieced with new wood. The name
little, as she has not fully recovered froma last with the intention of
Thursday his As
river and is now looking after his affairs going regular patrons. many have "Ethel" was on another fragment whichI
I at Titusville. In the meantime, Captain severe attack of la grippe which she north on the noon train ; but owingto been expecting him here the past few picked up. We got the groceries on

I ). Joe Smith and a portion of his family had in Tennessee. Ere long she hopes to the Georgiana being behind time, he days we make this announcement to let board and I hunted up the life saving
.'" resume charge of her school at Merritt failed to catch the train. He them know
gave us a that Mr. Batchelder has not station which is False
ci' are on a trip down th. near Cape to findif
"V again. pleasant call in the afternoon, and left, overlooked this town on his tour. Next there were any tidings of the
,."}j i Messrs. Gaulden and Robbins re- Com. C. A. Welch, of Banana River, next morning, for his home at Rochester, season he will arrange to visit this sectionof The people there did not even know of

..ftturned from their trip to Banana River of winter visitors startedfor N. Y. Florida earlier in the
one our regular season. the wreck, so that none of the party

i ':|- last Saturday, having visited the House his summer home last Saturday, accompanied -The old building on the Hutchinson Many residents on our river com- could have gotten ashore along the coast.A .

:\ of Refuge, Pepper haulover, DeSoto by Mrs. Welch. He informsus property, just across from the new bank plain of the tardiness of the Indian heavy northeast wind came up,and we

:*; ', grove, and,Canaveral lighthouse. They that another fire in the vicinity of building has been removed to the rear River Steamboat: Co. to settle their had to keep off shore, so we sailed."I .

{. had a very pleasant trip and found the Canaveral and south did nearly as much of one of Mrs. Titus' cottages east of claims. This is certainly to be depre- passed a lot more wreckage, the cen-

Mutual Life a most comfortable cruising damage as the fire reported two or three Mrs. Deisner's place. A general clean- cated, and if this company want to com- terboard trunk and some more of her hull,

[" boat. weeks ago. ing up of the debris and a good walk in mand the respect and good will of their and put my vessel about several times in

;:,:.. -Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bradley, of Birmingham -Dr. F. H. Houghton and wife, of front of the property will improve its patrons they should authorize Supt. W. the hope that I might see a raft or boat,

fi, Ala., were at the Indian River Columbus Ohio, arrived here last Friday appearance very much The sidewalkin B. Watson to settle claims promptlywhen but found no traces of the crew. The

I Hotel Sunday, on their return home from afternoon and their friends were pleasedto front of the bank building is to. be it is clearly shown-by boatlanding only boat on board was a little flat-bot.

Jupiter. Mr. Bradley is Chief Deputy see them again. They started on the made of concrete and asphalt.Mr. or otherwise-that they are just. tomed skiff, which would not have held

I, Clerk of the Criminal Court of Jefferson steamer Monday afternoon for a two Hitherto it seems, there has been too them all, even if she could stand the

county, ,Ala, and was wedded on the 2d weeks' trip, to extend as far south as D. S. Hutchinson has had the much delay and red tape connected with heavy sea. A raft: would have drifted

inst. to Miss Miller, of Birmingham. He Lake Worth, stopping off at different kitchen annex to the Indian River Hotel the Indian River Steamboat Company, with the wreckage and have been somewhere -

is a clever young gentleman whom we points on the way. covered with the plaster and cement We are confident that a prompt settlement i in the same locality. It is pretty

were glad to meet. -Mr. Mount, Chief Engineer of the covering. This time he uses fiber in- of claims by the above company certain that she struck on the shoals, to

-Rev. A. T. Sharpe delivered his fare. J., T. & K. W. System, arrived here stead of hair in putting on the plaster, will add much to their popularity, as the north of Cape Canaveral, on the Bull

well sermons at the Episcopal church Monday afternoon with the help for com- and thinks it will possess better adhering well as doing our river: residents justice.TO shoals, the Ohio or the Hetzel shoals. I
Mr. Hutchinson thinks if
Sunday last," and the church was crowded mencing work on the dry docks for the properties. think she hit the Hetzels which are well
he had used fiber on the main of the THE PUBLIC.
both in the morning and evening. After Indian River Steamboat Co. The heavy to the northwest of the gape, and with
building instead of hair that he would We feel it our duty to our friends and
the of the northeast wind the wreck
evening service was over many timbers for this work arrived here last prevailing
been troubled with patrons to make some reply in
have -
not plaster explanation
those present remained to bid him a week and are now being rafted to the off all. to the article which appeared in the age would have drifted in about the direction .
t good-bye. Certainly he was held in high scene of operations, just around Sand falling Indian River Newt. We do not wish to where we found it. We crossedthe

esteem by the people of all denominations Point. -Dr. ""m. C. Barrett, who has been enter into an endless newspaper contro track of the wreck several times, as

in this section. -Superintendent W. B. Watson and staying at the Indian River Hotel all the versy. We will simply brand the whole was shown by the lumber scattered about.I .
maliciously false and to
publication as ,
returned last week j winter, left for his home in Philadelphia feel certain that all on board were lost,
-On Tuesday last Mr. E. E. McVeigh, President Young this end have brought suit against A.
the clever young gentleman who runs from an extended tour of the river from Monday morning. On his way he will Bolton, the author of the article, and we unless possibly they may have been rescued -

between Titusville and Sanford as messenger Ormond to Jupiter, taking in the St. stay for a short time .at Savannah, hope to show the public the truth of our by some passing vessel, althoughthe
s Charleston and other places. During statement. J. S. WATSON & Co. course is considerably west of the
a for the Southern Express Company Lucie river, up which stream they went
was married to Miss Leeze Keggs, about twelve miles. We understand his stay here he has spent most of his The "Dashavray": Again. track for Nassau schooners."

of Waycross, Ga., at the residence of the President Young contemplates many im- time hunting and fishing in which pursuit Editor Florida Star: The crew of the coaster Mary B. saw

bride's parents. The happy couple passed portant changes on Indian River, as wellas he has been very successful, especially SIR-It comes with very f>ad grace from some of the wreckage on Tuesday, so thatif
Dr. Barrett Mr. Hutchinson to accuse the people of the crew saved would have
increase of freight and in his hunting expeditions. were they
week's the
trip passenger
through town a
: Canaveral him of his
robbing property reached the coast by this time.
who for the benefit of his health,
down Indian River. On their return facilities; and will also, no doubt-now came after he had deliberately put his boat on THE VESSEL AND VOYAGE.
has made personal examina- ha derived much good since his sojourn the beach and then scuttled her.
they will locate here permanently, Mr. that he a The Ethel had been recently repairedby
McVeigh having rented a cottage near tion of the river-make such changes as here. We hope to have the pleasure of When she came ashore,.or rather was Captain Garvin, of! this city, and re

the Indian will fully meet the wishes of the Indian seeing Dr. and Mrs. Barrett here again run ashore, the wind was just as good to rigged. She wa once a pilot boat, and i
River Hotel. next winter. I: keep here afloat as it was to put her was of quite a handsome model, but she
-The steamer St. Sebastian, under River people. ashore, and with the weather we have was very old and rotten,and Captain Ly-
-About half a dozen laborers are at -The steamer St. Augustine left here had it would have been no trouble to rundown man says that all of her timbers which he
command of W. S. Lee ("Billy Lee" his to Indian River Inlet and made a brittle with rot. She
DeSoto street north to for Daytona Tuesday, with Supt. Watson picked up were dry
work opening
friends call him) 'has redeemed herself, up safe harbor, whether he had any anchorsor was loaded with groceries and lumber for
the river bank in the cove around from who will take on board President .
not. Nassau where Garvin intendedto
And caused quite a change in the opinionof Captain
the her adaptation to the SandPoint. The town authorities deemedit Young, of the Indian River Steamboat It is a clear case of a man deliberately use her in the fruit and sponge busi
public to
as best to open up DeSoto street, as either Company ; Mr. H. M. Flagler and some throwing away a fine boat and then try- ness. She was a two-masted boat, about
waters of Indian River, she having made, ing to make the peoole believe he wasrobbed feet and
Washington avenue or Palm street would of the members of the East Coast Canal seventy-five long, was valued at
we are informed, the best record on the when in distress. $1,000, although in her condition she
round trip from Titusville to Jupiter, pass through such low land that the road Company. They will together carefully. The facts of the case are that there would not have brought more than $500.

arriving she did Sunday morning, would have to be thrown up and a road- examine the route from Daytona to Jupiter were none of the people of Canaveralthat Her cargo consisted of about seventy-five
as on bed made nearly the entire distance from and we have no doubt that great went to his vessel until some three barrels of flour, several case of bacon
at her landing in Titusville at 7:50 a. m. I or four days after he bached her and other and deck load of '
the ending of Washington or good to this section will result from the ; except groceries, a
on her return from /upiter. This is a present i from the light-house, and when the two lumber, the whole valued at about 1500.
Palm street DeSoto street passes,j I trip, as our beautiful Indian River and
remarkable performance over the old reliable"St ; or three settlers who did go to her he
Lucie and beats her best recta through the edge of the hammock, I immense possibilities not fail to recommend -i gave them the vessel for getting the masts Bay Lot on the Ocean Beach.
,. which is higher ground and will i themselves to the business ; out, as they were all that he wished to 1 have for sale twenty or thirty ta In 4
ord what theSt.
showing conclusively
have very little filling-in to make a good abilities of such gentlemen as compose t save from her. Mrs. Johnson's plat on Melbourne Beach,
"y Sebastian is capable of doing as weare I I The only complaint he made here was
road, and will furnish a more pleasant this party. We hope to tee good results directly opposite Melbon" Prices
told the of this trip was not ,duet about the Hght-l ute keeper carting off
to success state of the drive or walk than if the street was" I from this visit, and trust we shall not be ; his stuff and not-leaving him enough to reasonable. E. BRANCH. ,
any particular through the marsh grass.i eat. CANAVERAL ..Melbourne.eo .
wind or water. -" opened up disappointed., |{ .


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!3.\ THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 17, 1890..< ,

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r ::: :i: r-s -These taHfThearings are held before Now the minority begins to frame ablll notes itinct;end threw ft into one of A Child Kffled.

the full committee, Democrats as well as of its own. It, too, needs a committee the furnaces. There it was discovered Another child! killed by the use of I
Republicans.. The doors are open, too, room. For half a century the ways next morning half consumed by the heat. opiates given in the form of Soothing

and whosoever will may come. Often and means has had but one apartment. The Enquirer's force of reporters at Syrup. Why mothers give their chil-: .
Now it has two. A few days Speaker that time small and Mr.Hearn who dren such ;
GOSSIP REGARDING ONE OF UNCLE.SAM'S large crowds assemble,and help to makeup ago was deadly poison is surprising
a scene of -rare interest. In the mid- Reed took possession of the ladies' reception happened to call,was asked by Mr. Cockerel when they can relieve the child of itspeculiar [}f.I"'

MAIN COMMITTEES. dle of a room about thirty-five feet room, closed up an' entrance to to do the descriptive part. Mr.J. B. troubles by using Dr. Acker's3aby .J.

I I square is a long, wide table. It is covered the Capitol and made of it a ways and McCormick, now the business agent of Soother. It contains no opium or

! It I* a Court Which Slim In Judgment on with books, papers and documents. means meeting place. It is a pictur- W. H. Crane, the actor, was Mr. Hearn's morphine. Sold by Dixon: Gray,drug t.

the Commerce, the Manufacture and II Surrounding it are thirteen chairs, and esque apartment, all marble in walls and co-worker in that reportorial sensation, gists.

,the labor of the People-IU Power and the table just in front of each chair ceiling, a huge portiere at one end and for it made a sensation peculiarly above Can't Sleep Nights :

IU Personnel. bears the name of one of the members. with two rows of columns, each bearingthe and beyond what the usual newspaper Is[ the complaint of thousands suffering

A Here sits the committee, and crowding Thomas Jefferson American capitalof accounts of murders create. Mr. Hearn's from<< Asthma,Consumption,Coughs etc.

[Special Correspondence.. about are hundreds of spectators, only a maize and tobacco. powers of picturing the horrible had a Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English
WASHINGTON,April 10.-The ways and whom find f rti' field in that murder. He went to
few of can seats.The Here meet these representatives of Remedy? It is the best preparation'A t
I means committee of the house has just house rules against smoking do not Democracy-men whose names are the e-ene of the tragedy, and not only known for all Lung Troubles. Sold on r j ja

finished its task of preparing a new tariff obtain here and other has used his sense of sight, feeble as it was,
every man a known from one end of the country to positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by l

t bilL What is this ways and means com- cigar la his mouth. Of course the air is the other-Mills, Carlisle, Breckinridge, to an advantage which other reporters of Dixon & Gray, druggists.A :
vision did not but he
very bad, and about once in ten minutesan McMillin, Flower. perfect accept, i
r In the outer Chairman McKinley brought to bear upon the case in hand -
old man who stands in the rear of the room t

room with long pole in his hand reachesup the Little Napoleon of Protection, is his sense of smell and touch. Duty to Yourself. tIt

surrounded by Dingley Gear,Lafollette, To see the horrors of the case he was
and pulls down a,window. Seven or is surprising that people will s
with Bayne Payne, McKenna and Burrowsan compelled to stoop close over the charred : use a
eight minutes later, when the men common ordinary pill when they a
x aa bald heads begin to complain, the old array of brain and loyalty of which remains, and, as a consequence, he could secure a valuable English one for can the ., 1

man pushes the window up again. Thus, the Republican party is proud. not help using his olfactories. And yet same money. Dr. Acker's English Pills t

a .I ur l white we are learning something about WALTER WELLMAN.An he went further. I do not believe Mr. are a positive cure for sick headache and :

I the taxing power of our government, we Hearn ever approached an object close all liver troubles. They are small sweet, :
important invention by a woman is enough to see it that he did not favor it
also gain an insight to the crude methodsof easily taken, and do not gripe. For sale
the dishwashing machine, patented by with his caressing touch. The tan yard '
h' ventilation practiced in the govern- by Dixon & Gray, druggists. ,
F. ment's greatest building, into which a :Mrs.W. A. Cookran,of Indiana. It will victim was no exception. Mr. Hearnsaw

score of millions of the tax money have thoroughly wash and dry twenty dozen it, smelled it, touched it. Yea, he

been poured. dishes in two minut and is in great put a finger into the eyeless socket of Is Life Worth Living T

The who to demand for hotels and boarding houses. the half consumed head, pretty much as
men come present argu-
ments before the committee bring with :Mrs. Cockran is realizing a handsome he had a habit of thrusting his index Not if you go through the world a dys

, them great numbers of samples. Soon fortune from her invention. digit through the button hole of your peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets
are a positive cure for the worst forms of
the big table is covered with pieces of coat. Indigestion
Dyspepsia Flatulency and
FIRST NEWSPAPER WORK. Then he went back to the office, sat ,
cloth, bunches of wool, fragments of HOWARD'S Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by

metal, glass and earthenware, sugar and down to a desk, or rather lay down on Dixon & Gray druggists.We .
The Genial Joeeph Did a Cheekier Thing one-for he sat while ,
WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE: BOOMS. sirups in little bottles, and many scores never upright preparing -
Than Dilworth Choate of New York.
mittee.and how does it work? It is the of such things. Clerk Carson is rapidly a manuscript-and when his task
most powerful committee of congress. It building up a ways and means museum, NEW YORK, April 10.-The case of was done he had accomplished a literary Can and Do
is a court which sits in judgment on the composed entirely of these sample articles horror. No man of this generation except -
Choate, the reporter who hid in the jury Lafcadio Hearn could have drawn Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir,
commerce, the manufactures, the labor and ranging in variety from a pin room at the Flack trial, has given rise to word of for it has been fully demonstrated to the ;.
from Sheffield to the hide of South such a shuddering painting
of the people.No a 9
that it is
.. of this superiorto
all sorts c reminiscences and yarns con- people country
had smelled handledin
in the land have American steer. what he saw,
other thirteen
men cerning instances of newspaper. enter- all other preparations for blood diseases. -
the victim of "The Tan Yard Murder.
so much responsibility, so much power, After the hearings are concluded the prise, or reportorial cheek. The story It i is a positive cure for syphilitic
have AU the of states real work of making a tariff bill begins. Therefrom dated his engagement as a i
as they. governors of Joe Howard's first piece of poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim 4
all the cabinet ministers, all the justicesof This is done with closed doors, and only work is perhaps one of the most newspaper interest- reporter for The Enquirer. I began workin pIes. It purifies the whole system and

the supreme court, are as pigmies the majority of the committee partici- ing, and is certainly characteristic of the the same department the day following thoroughly builds up the constitution.For .
murder the which Mr.
J compared to them. As parties go and pate. When the Republicans are in power man. I Hearn's the master, stroke day upon of descriptive sale by Dixon & Gray, druggists. qr
is carried and the chairman and his party friends retire -
legislation on, a ways
Joe had just returned from an unsuc- writing appeared in print.
means committee of the house of representatives to some private room to do their cessful business venture in Californiaand O. P. CAYLOR. NOTICE.In .
authority that is almost work in secret. Meanwhile the Democrats
possesses was visiting friends ic Lynn, Mass. A Better Pull. Brevard and
Court County
stand and of this"darkantern' Circuit for
monarchical for it the by complain
f prepares The great strike of the Lynn shoemakerswas "Do you expect a raise of salary on State of Florida. In Chancery.
method. When the Democratsare
in exercised that
laws greatest in progress, and when Joe reached the 1st?" he asked as they came down
function of government,the taxing pow- in power they get off in some place John T. Huntington
L the hotel he found the names of half a town together."I .
and the which has by themselves, and then the Republicans .
er, political party dozen well known newspaper reporterson do," was the ccofident reply.
raise the of dark lantern methods. I James Knapp,
made the committee generally enacts cry
the register. It was the fashion in "So you did last year at this time, butdidn't The husband of Jose-
and Such, it will be observed, is politics in
the measures which it prepares pro- "
those for the it.
. America.It days correspondent to regis- get phine Knapp, deceased -
poses. ter the name of the paper he represented, "I know it; but circumstances are dif- and the Childrenand
The ways and means committee is the is a serious job which these men undertake ,
and Howard had read
after "So-and-so, ferent now. Heirs and Devisees
, federal taxing board. It ,not only determines when they sit down in private.A "
New the old man's
The York Herald; "Blank Blank, "Going to marry only of said Josephine
how tariff bill is a formidable document.
much money shall flow The New York Tribune and ?' Order for
so on, he daughter Knapp, and against
into the coffers of the government, but Tradition has it that the average tariff "
became afflicted with a spirit of emulation "Better than that. E. Webster, JosePublication,
whence The boardof bill contains 4,000 items. A recent -
it shall prealf
come. taxing and in "Whew You have inside Webster
wrote a large, flowing hand must got an phine C. ,
a county or city as a ruts has power Frances W. Damer
/f "Joseph Howard, Jr., The New York track.
only to fix the sum to be collected and to Times." and James M. Darner -,
lIe had, at that time, never "So I have. ,
pro rate that among all property owners written a line for a newspaper in his life, "What is it?" her husband, and ..

eo much tax to each hundred dollars of and his only connection with The Timedwas "Last year he had three men of us against Orloff M.

assessed value. No such restrictions as an occasional purchaser. In the who knew how to mix beans, chicory Dorman, his Heirs s'

} ,bind the autocrats of the ways and means course of the afternoon he met several and coffee together to make O. G. Java. and Assigns.

committee. It is within their province of the newspaper men and found that i The other two are dead." "Whereas it appears by the bill of

to let one man go scot fee of taxes and they were in the dump The strikers "And you?" complaint, filed in the above entitled
to tax another to death; to say to one all of the defendants therein
rival that
were holding meetings; with closed doors, "A concern has offered me an cause,
manufacturer, "You shall prosper and and it was impossible to learn anythingof advance of $5 per week. He must come reside without the State of Florida
wax rich," and to his neighbor, "You that the husband and heirs of Josephine
their doings. up to it or I go. His only daughter! She
shall be ruined;" to extinguish or kindle fix Knapp reside at Porto De Plata, in the
'Til that, said Joseph,after listen- isn't shucks compared to 68 per cent.
furnace fires; to,open or closethe, doorsof ing to the tale of woe. adulteration.-Detroit Free Press. Republic of Santo Domingo; that E. K.
factories and to the resides Fort Omaha in tbe
stop or start That evening he marched down to the Webster at ,
in mills and mines. This State of Nebraska that Josephine C.
great engines hall where the meetings were held, One On the Old Gentleman.Mr. ;
Webster Frances W. Darner and James
y) r r,1 ,
knocked on the door, and when it was
M. Damer reside at York:, Pennsylvania -
1A opened boldly pushed his way in. He
and that the residences of the
strode up the middle aisle to the plat- other defendants are unknown ; and

form, stepped to the front, beside the themselves
INr the other defendants are unknown -
F chairman's table, interrupted the speaker
with a courteous yet commanding "Ex- And whereas it further that
of the United States used that num- appears ,
ber in his message to congress to illustrate cuse me for one moment, please," and 'said bill is filed for the purpose of effecting -

the importance of the measure. then,before the astonished strikers could a partition of the north fourthof

But the number gives no' adequate idea regain their scattered senses,he launched the William Garvin Grant in section

into a characteristically Howardian 37 of township 20 south, 35 east
of the scope of a tariff bill. It is a thing M ,
which cannot be expressed in numbers. speech.He containing 500 acres, in Brevard county,

Leaving out the few hundred items men- told them that he had been sent on -u Florida, between complainant and the
by The New York Times to represent p above-mentioned defendants:
tioned in the full list, everything else '
their r I 1C It is therefore ordered that the above-
known to the people, everything which case fairly to a waiting world; that ,
he wished counsel with named defendants and all claim-
to them, to advocate persons
drink smoke in their
they wear, or use
their and ing by through or under them do appear
cause assist them in gaining ,
homes their their
on persons, stores,
their point. He spoke enthusiastically and answer said bill at the clerk ft
offices factories and fields, bears a rate LT g
L r of of the rights of labor, of the power of office, in Titusville, Florida on or be-
duty. the press and the duty of American citi- fore the first Monday in June, A. D.
And here sit the eight potentates of:
zens. He told them stories them 1890, or said bill will be taken against
commerce, of trade, of manufactures,
them confessed. ,
into humor and
twisting the industries of the country thoroughly took good practi- Barklewhohas become only partly It is further ordered that notice of
of the
THE XNNEB SANCTUM. about their fingers by the simple puttingon cally charge meeting. After
the reconciled to his artist son-in-law- this order be published !
is a tyrant's power, but it is preciselythe of fractions and per cents, or by the write meeting his first was adjourned he sat downto It don't look any more like Bertie than space of sixty days, in the FLORIDA

wielded by the thirteen taking of the same. Prosperity or newspaper article. He STAR in Titus-
power men away it The it does like a sheep. She never had a newspaper published
to Times without
on whom we are to look. adversity to hundreds of important Industries sent a word of nose like that; and as for the eyes, ther ville, Florida, Brevard county.

The ways and means committee, of follows each letter which the explanation, signed it "Howard" and look like bullet holes in a blanket. Take Ordered at Chambers in DeLand

course, represents in a majority of its clerk puts down on paper at the direc- awaited developments. The letter reached the blamed thing out of my sight! Florida, this 24th day of March, A- D.
members the party in power in the houseof tion of these eight men. Is it any won- The Times office late at night, and the 1890.

representatives. It is appointed by der the ways and means is considered editor, supposing "Howard" to be working JOHN D. BROOIIE.

the speaker, and in this creation of com- the greatest of committee? Is it any under instructions from Mr. Ray- Judge Circuit. Court 7th Circuit. of

mittees lies that power of the speaker'soffice wonder that it usually absorbs the best mond, printed it. Florida.

which makes it the second brain and of ? The next morning when Mr. Raymondcame
easily largest experience congress I certify that the foregoing is a, true
office of importance in the United States When the majority have finished their to the office his Mt question was: copy of the order of publication made

government. The chairman of the ways bill they report it to the full committee. "Who is Howard Nobody knew. His in this case.Titusville.

and means committee is by tradition and The minority then for the first time may matter was bright" readable, and a decided March 2Cth, 1890.A. .

common consent the leader of the house. see it. No matter whether they like it "scoop. Mr. Raymond com- .A. STEWART, ,

He is usually a man of long experienceand or not-it is the bill, and thus goes to municated with him and arranged to Clerk. .

great ability. Tradition says, also, the house, and, accidents barred, to the have him follow the strike to the end. BOBBINS & GRAHAM, ."

that eight of the members shall be in accord statute books. On his return to New York he became Solicitors for complainant. 49-10w

with the majority of the house, regularly connected with The Times,and

while five shall be appointed to represent has stuck to newspaper work ever since.If NOTICE.

-*he minority.The it had not been for his spirit of "bluff"he : i WiiL LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLA.,
jIiIr ri.l' }
chief duty of the committee is would have probably been merchant, March 15th 1890.

: preparation of a taxing or tariff bill. Asa t ,: and journalism would have been with. Notice is hereby ,given that the fol-

preliminary to this a programme of"hearings" out one of its most entertaining figures. & lowing named settler has filed notice of

arranged.. On appointed ALLAN FORMAK. his intention to make final proof in support

days the representatives of various man- of his claim, and that said proof

ufacturing, commercial and agricultural : k THE TAN YARD MURDER. Bertie (emerging) You're extremely will be made before Judge of Circuit

interests are, invited to be present and I' How Lafcadlo Ilearn Made His Pint complimentary, papa-Judge. Court, or in "his absence clerk of said!

offer arguments concerning the changesin Strike. court, at Titusville, Fla.,> on May 17th,

the law which they desire. These interests NEW YORK, April 10.-I believe "The Expeoalye W.rds. 1890, viz.: Madison Bridges. of Titus
backward. ; vine Fla. homestead No. 14110,for the
are never They come 4 Tan Yard Murder"was LalcadioHearn'first Dobson-These ,
to the front always in large numbers companiesare Jots 5 & 7, section, township 22 south
assignment as a reporter on The Cin rank monopolies. Only 'the other
from all the sI of 37 east.
They come parts of country range
cinnati Enquirer. The crime was com- day a friend of mine paid $10 for ten witnesses to
the following
and from every walk of life. Here millionaire He names
mitted one Saturday night' in the latter words. and
manufacturers like Carnegie and prove his continuous residence upon
Spreckels meet plain, blunt farmers like I part of October, 1874, but was not discovered Swan-That's nothing; it cost me $100 cultivation of said land, vit: '

I .until the next day. Andrew Egner, for a single word one day last week. Jesse Tucker, Titnsvillej Fla. ; Orlando -
Mr. Brown of York Pa.
county, and his son and an accomplice, all employeeof Dobson-For heaven's. sake, man, you Quarterman, Heath, ; Frank
)Ir. Piollet, of Bradford county. Sometimes flits! 1FW1iJY
a tan,yard, killed a fellow workman don't say eo.

great lawyers appear before the fJfI.'YY most brutally, using a pitchfork as the Swan-Fact'mywife asked for a seal i Morrow
: committee make for their
1 to arguments weapon of partial slaughter. They then skin and I said "yes.Kearney Enter.*', ALEXANDER ,
t clients and members of the house and -
carried the with the breath of life Renter.
body, prise. 48
k senators also.I.for their constituents. CARLISLE, AND BREOHNRIDGE


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I: E < FASHIONS OF THE DAY thing she 1 k a. Metallic colors are humored frame mind that
flffi more finally he sent in a note, three violets, they were Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
suitable than any others, as they seem begging her to wear them on her left so bitterly hated by a large proportionof THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cats,
fitter to be used on black, and this crepe breast if she would meet him after the our race. They do not seem to take it'' Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever -

.CIry1; HARPER COMPARES THEM is blacker than any other fabric but vel- performance. Fortescue, as was usual to heart at all They keep on busying Sores, Tetter, Chap Hands, Chilblains

WITH THE WAYS OF THE PAST. vet.I. In thee burlesques, took the part of a themselves with their own a1alrs.laying Corns and Eruptions,
notice among the new silks the lovely woman, and to him Minnie gave the vio- new plans for business, importing more and positively cures Piles or no, pay required -

Japanese crepe, which came out last lets. He pinned them on his ample bosom of their own wares setting up new It is guaranteed to give perfect

""fct Ctrl of TheM Happy Times DTCM season in only light and delicate tints is and when he appeared in front stores, while even now the city authorities satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 box For
cents sale Dixon
Btu Senslbl/ Than Their Foremothers now shown in jet black with tiny pink found occasion to say: "I will merayou; are seriously agitating the questionof Grey. per by 1019.&

ti Did, TheIr Chests Are Broader and polka dots or small flowers in the most II oh I will meet you." It in usel\ S to the removal of the entire Chinese

on- Are. Much Healthier. natural colors stamped upon it. It is an state that there was one crestfallen quarter, with its hundreds, If not thousands Eupepsy.This .

exquisite material, and has the clinging young swain in the audience that evening of stores, and population by tens is what you ought to have, Infact..ou
[Special Correspondence effect so sought after now. and that, as his friends soon learnedof of thousands, several miles away to must have it, to fully enjoy life.
Nrw YOU, Aprill0.-Bow.true it is A very pretty dress for a young lady it and nicknamed him "the three South San Francisco. Thousands are searching for it daily,and
dress makes the woman one is made of mourning because they find It not Thou
that may beige colored cashmere and the
violets, it was some time before he tried Certainly they are queerest problem -
sands thousands of
by a look at the two Pretty Satires seal brown cashmere. The upon dollars are
color confronted.
judge lighter and
his fascinations another actress. ever Among us
upon pent annually by our people in the
labeled with our own trade mark cf is used for the hope
below panel opening and drap- The last time I saw Minnie Palmer, in not of us, here in our midst now over a that they may attain this boon; And petit
"morning and afternoon. In the morning ing of the waist, and the darker for all public and in private, was during her generation, and no more assimilation' may be had by all. We guarantee that

the pretty angel of the household the rest. The cuffs and waist band were tour through the south just before she than between oil and water, stigmatized Electric Bitters, If used according to dIrections -

comes down to her breakfast in a gownof worked in silk of two shades of brown, went to Australia. She was performingIn as "heathen," "pagans" and a "lowerrace and the use persisted in, will

tuft, cream colored flannel, embroidered the whole gown being very dainty and "My Sweethert," supported by Gra- ," yet quiet, orderly, industrious, bring you Good Digestion and oust the
in Russian stitch and made in Rus- girlish. i demon dyspepsia and Install instead
: >am. Since then she has made her tripsto I skillful, persevering and generally successful -
faa. style. With her abundant locks in anything they undertake, taking jepsy. We recommend Electric Bitters
England Scotland and Ireland where
braids she for dyspepsia and all diseases of the liv-
in two long looks the
hinging immediate hold of American inventions
her successes both social and artistic
er, stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c.
tweet, cajoling daughter who can hang have been pronounced. She has meritedall such as the sewing machine, and aud $1.00 per bottle by Dixon & Gray
around her father and give him his coffee A her triumphs, for she is gifted, con- using it to profit and advantage; keen in druggists. 22

and coax the last penny out of his w scientious in her art and in character a business, their leading men carrying on
so that when afternoon comes onXORXIXd Persons who lead a life of
pocket, sweet woman, devoid of professional large commercial transactions-and here exposure are
jealousy, high toned and generous. I am they are seemingly determined to stay. subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lumbago -
and will find
a valuable in
sure, too, that amid all the enticementsof Theirs seems a quiet, undemonstrative Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic remedy
Oil Lini-
r, kind of determination but it's determined
the she has kept "herself very -
stage un- ment; it will banish pain and subdue infla-
?o h iIlU spotted from the world," and the heart for all that. mation. '

of her husband may securely trust in her. Disliked, abused, insulted, persecuted,
MEL R. CoLQurrr. with load after load shoved on them; When you are constipated, with loss of
their privileges constantly curtailed, appetite.headache,take Dr.J.H.McLean's
f STORIES OL G. W. CHILDS.Two their residence here rendered yearly Little Liver and Kidney Pillets, they are
pleasant to take and will cure.vou. 2.5 centsa
S 1h4 I I more precarious and uncertain yet they vial.
Occasions on WhIch He Is Known to
seem to go on and go ahead with that
IM Hare Been Angry.
[Special Correspondence. sort of progressiveness which seems to Take De'Yitt's Little Early Risers.

''U PHILADELPHIA, April 10.-Mild, genial ignore entirely failure and difficulty of DeWitt's Little Early Risers get there.
I and gentle as Mr. G. W. Childs, of The any sort. They seem to have a happy '
of the of Faults of digestion cause disorders of the
faculty forgetting unpleasant
Philadelphia Ledger, is known record to be the past. They jog on and trot in after liver, and the whole system becomes de-
there are at least two occasions on
Dr. J. H.
ranged. McLean's
i 7ItI I Ii when he has shown something akin to an the last blow, the last mountain put in Cordial and Blood Strengthening the
their pathway, as if it was all right and assimilation pro-
Ju1 ger, but it is more than probable that the cess of digestion and and thus
nothing more than they expected. They
recording angel has let fall a couple oftears makes pure blood.If .
t' \ that blotted out the record of those seem like the coral insects, which build
//i \ for mere sake or love of building, and if you suffer pricking pains on moving
It t two lapses from his usual serenity of the whole reef is destroyed set to work the eyes, or cannot bear bright light, and
manner and gentleness of speech! f ruit on the ruins immediately, without the find your sight weak and failingyou should
is pretty certain that he felt himself fully least feeling of discouragement. promptly use Dr. J. H.McLean's Strength-
t re t.V1I0Y!; c justified, which doubtless had its weightin PRENTICE MULFORD ening Eye Salve. 25 cents a box. a
When a lady has a little nice material, the judgment of that good angel.On Ask Dixon & Gray what DeWitt's Little
either in velvet, velutina, silk or woolen one occasion the writer of this was A Slight Misunderstanding. Early Risers are. '
goods, she can utilize it by making a in his office and for an hour watched Guest-Waiter, this fish is stale.
JUD AFTERNOON. plain underskirt, and then she can wear him as he received the motley collectionof Waiter-Yes, sah. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her

the can put on her new Tartan plaid i several different draperies with it, madeof unfortunate persons who came there Guest (as waiter does not remove it- Life.It .

gown, with her stylish, if rather startling material of which she did not have for aid. Mr. Childs sat in his chair, and I said this fish is stale! was just an ordinary scrap of wrap.

jacket, with its bold design of braiding enough to make a whole skirt. If the each person came forward from the outer Waiter-Well, sah; what about it, ping paper,but it saved her life. She was
and velvet sleeves, and hat with a sah? i In the last stages of consumption. told
colors harmonize, it is enough. Any office to the small inner one, which only
whole poultry yard on it, and go out kind of basque or bodice is suitable. held himself and the one person. Guest (growing red-It's stale by physicians that she was incurable and

hopping, onto take one of those long, I know one lady who has made the "And what do you want?" he would Waiter (examining it-Of course, sah. could than live only a short timeshe On weighedless
seventy pounds. a piece: of
brisk walks that are BO fashionable now. and dressiest of Figaro jacketsout and and then Cutoff, sah!
prettiest say kindly sympathetically, wrapping paper she read of Dr.
In the morning the dress compels the of the best parts of a pair of fine the person, man or woman, would tell Guest (frenried Why, you impudent New Discovery and got a sample bottle;
naive innocence of the ingenue, in the broadcloth pantaloons. She braided it his tale of sorrow or suffering, and Mr. scoundrel didn't you hear me say, two It helped her, she bought a large bottle

afternoon the entire outfit creates a new with scarlet and gold, and when she slips !. Childs would say nothing more than to or three times that this fish is stale? it helped her more, bought another andgrew

outward girl, and the new one as she this on over a plain gown, the effect is ask how much money was needed, and Waiter (perplexed-Yes, sah; go on, better fast continued its use and is

walks along with her head well lip and almost magical. It does not take very then, without a moment's hesitation, sah. What else, sah? now strong, healthy, rosy plump,weighing *
an almost defiant air seems to somehow Guest (seizing a plate-Look here, 140 pounds. For fuller particulars
long to braid such a jacket, and I don't hand out the sum required and cut short
exhale the statement that "the plague of you. Remove that fish. send stamp to W. H. Cole. Druggist,
almost and
believe her braid cost a dollar. the thanks brusquely hurry Fort Smith. Trial bottles of
the fly resteth not on the daughter of my Walter (equally mad-Yes, sah. Butain't wonderful
OLIVE HARPER. the person out, to go through the same Disbovery free at Dixon &; Gray's
father.? formula with another.No it all right, sah What about its drug-store. 22

Athletic exercises may be in some LITTLE MINNIE PALMER. unworthy person could withstandthe tail?
measure blamed or thanked, for the increased mild and trustful kindliness in those Guest (suddenly catching on-O-o-oh! Cleanse your breath with De Witt's Lit
in the and -Lawrence American.A tle Early Risers, Dixon & Gray.
independence step Mrs. Mel R. Colqultt Writes of Her Knowledge eyes, that were full of tears more than

movements of the young women of the of This Artiste. once that day as some simple but sorrowful His girl didn't go back on him becausehe
day, and the rest is due to the fuller self [Special Correspondence.] tale of misery was told him. He Possibility. used De'Vita's Little Early Risers.A .

knowledge afforded by the education CHATTANOOGA, April 10.-I lived for had an obituary poem put into the paper Mrs. .Smitem-Bobby, you bad bor,
given the girls. Dresses arenot made two or three years in the same hotel with for a poor old woman's dead grandchild, have you been fighting with Tommy sort of lethargy sometimes takes possession

tight enough to make suffocating martyrs Minnie Palmer and was intimately acquainted and he gave a broken down printer moneyto Slimson again? Dear, dear! I shall haveto of the Kidneys and bladder; they
of and shoes are no longerthe with the winsome little woman should be promptly stimulated to healthy
them, start a job office, and no small sum, get you a new suit.
instruments of torture they used to When I first met her she was playing I action by the use of Dr. J. II. McLean s
either, and he gave a man money to bury Bobby-That's nothing, ma. You Liver and Kidney Balm.
be. I have a fashion book for 1848, and Dorothy, in "Daniel Druce," with Lawrence his wife and new born baby,and a news- ought to see Tommy Slimson. His ma !

la it I read that slippers with thin, flexi Barrett, and a sweeter personationwas boy money to buy a bootblack's kit for a may have to get her a new boy.Clothierand The quality of bad the blood depends.much
digestion to make the
ble soles all the style, for street as than rosebud Minnie in ipon ;
were never seen little friend who did not put in his ap Furnisher. blood rich in life'and strength-iving con-
well as home wear. the staid and somber Quaker character pearance. All these applicants and very stituents, use Dr.J. II.McLean's Strengthening -
Now the soles of the most fashionable and dress. It was my complete satisfaction many more, from the broken banker to NOTICE. Cordial and Blood Purifier, it will

:' walking boots are atjeast a quarter of- with her performance that led me to the sick book agent, went away rejoicing- I LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLA., nourish the properties of the blood .from
an inch thick, andsome are thicker. approach her charming mother and express Aster there had been many of these i March llth, 1890. } which the elements of vitality are drawn.

The gain in the. health rate is great inconsequence my admiration of Minnie. Mrs. visits there entered a lank and oily, long Notice is hereby given that the foHoin.t \\- REWARDIs

At that period it was Palmer,a fascinating and cordial woman, haired man, who at once opened out on : named settler has filed notice of his certain if reasonable effort is made to

proper for young girls to be delicate, met my advance in such gracious way the evils of giving money to beggars and intention to make final proof in supportof cure a cctigh by the-use of. De""itt's Cough
ethereal,with drooping heads,long curls that it led to a long and pleasing associ persons who might go right off and spendit his claim, and that said proof will be and Consumption cure. this remedy is correct -'

(d and slim waists, and as long as that was ation.I in riotous living, if not in wine bib- made before the Judge of the Circuit and certain in its action and costa no

the fashion it was perfectly proper. soon met Minnie, and continued to bing, and woundup by asking Mr. Childsto Court, or in his absence the Clerk of more than unreliable preparations, Insist

." Now, we have fresh, bright girls with see her frequently. She was quite young give a thousand dollars to help a mis- said Court, at Titusville,Fla.,on Friday upon having it. For sale by Dixon & Gray

sparkling eyes elastic step, arms with then-an apparition of girlish lovelinessrose sionary church society. Mr. Childs rose May 9, 1890, viz.: John A. Young, of

t', real muscles and chests which give plenty bloom and grace and dimples. up in his place, and his usually rosy color Courtney, Fla., lid. No. 15081 for the beeu The Dr.farmer's J. H.McLean'sVolcanioOil friend has for many years Lin-
: and the result could exceed the modesty of still rosier while his half of southwest of south
L pace for deep breathing, Nothing gave place to one west quarter iment, for horses, cattlekogs and sheep. It
\ la.cert&in1yachieved by lenient fashion. her conduct in the hotel. She was always eyes fairly snapped fire as he said: "Nota west quarter of northwest quarter, sec- has proved its worth in thousand of cases.
Let us be thankful and hold on to what attended by her bewitching mother cent, sir, not a cent; get out!" tion 7, township 24 south, of range 31
:, we have, and strive for further advance. (now Mrs. Kate Palmer Stern, so well The other time was when the political east, and southeast quarter of northeast When the stomach lacks vigor and regu-
:: It is because women are learning to known in the movements for the help of kettle was just beginning to simmer, be- quarter, section 12, township 24 south of] larity there will be flatulency, heartburn,
about ) and was as free of nomination of and there range 36 east. nausea, sickness, headache, nervousness.
f ; and are learning more working women fore the Hayes Use Dr. J. II.McLeans Strengthening Cor-
the to
.: themselves, a study that was deemed vanity and as simple as any ordinary was a party very anxious to obtain Mr. He names his continuous residence and dial and Blood Purifier to give tone and

::4 improper only a few years ago, that we schoolgirl of seventeen. She usually Ll1ilds'consent to a nomination for president prove cultivation of said land viz.upon: M. S. regularity to the stomach.
F can hope to have fashion join commonsense dressed in dark colors; short skirts up tc ,and among all those brave men there ,
$ Sams B. B. LaRoche R. J. LaRoche,
adapted to of her shoes her lovely nut who dare broach the sub- Neuralgic Persona
and give us clothing the tops ; was not one Fla.
r: John J. LaRoche, all of Courtney,
well the hair down her back in a So found And those troubled with nervousness reiaitln*
: the jJreaervation of as brown falling ject to him. they a woman ALEXANDER LYNCH, from care or overwork will be relieved by taringBrown's
r adornment enhancement of beauty. thick braid. She was always bright, who knew Mr. Childs, and who did not 48 Register. Iron Bitters. Genuine

"i. The new craze for black; China crepe i amiable, friendly. She was blest with know his deep rooted aversion to office ------ --- has trade mark and crossed red uses on wrapper.
gowns is spreading with wonderful ra- i high spirits,but never crossed the boundary holding, and who thought that the word 11OTICE.

',.If pidity. There is also another kind of line of refinement and good breed she brought _was going to .bring him In Circuit Court of the 1th Judicial Cir heak feet

; oft silky crape which I really do not ing.She pleasure, and she was proud to be the cuit of the State of Florida, Brevard "Keep liver your active and trust, your in God,"was warm the,

know the name of, but it is very crinkly was a hard student, and gave bearer of so important a message. county, A. D. 1890. your advice of a celebrated phpjucian to patient,

", and exceedingly pretty. This is also many hours to the study of music and The good man listened as the lady unfolded Wignell &Tweltridgevs. yon can regulate the action of your liver,

largely used, and any lady who has an dancing, giving careful attention to her tale, but she grew; frightenedas I Attachment.Amount kidneys and bowels by using De Witt's Sarsaparilla -
old black embroidered China crepe shawl every branch of her art. She learned she proceeded, observing that instead The Indian River sworn an absolutely reliable blood pur-

!J .feels as happy as a miner who has struck her parts rapidly, aud was rarely idle, of receiving the news with pride and a Land & Improv'm't. I v to $7,892.69.Damages ifying remedy, for sale by Dixon & Gray.In .

f> alead. These shawls are usually embroidered doing plain sewing or fancy work when feeling that it was but a just and deserved Co., a corporation
in black. If nothing more urgent engaged her time. expression of the sentinu-nts of existing under the claim d the decline of life infirmities beset us
in coloN or
in colors it richly is better to have it While I knew Minnie Palmer she filled his good friends, clouds gathered over law of the State of l' 16000. to which our youth and maturity were
perhaps leading partin features and she New York. strangers, our kidneys and liver are subject -
the colors various roles-Dorothy, a his usually benign
I\ dyed black before making up, as and all to derangement, hot nothing equals Dr.
suitable for "Engaged" supporting Agnes Booth; grew confused and frightened at her To the defendant corporation
are crude and scarcely I J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balmas
"Baba in Balti- until her errandwas other interested:
then be I the principal part in temerity, but persevered persons
present styles. The shawl can and elsewhere, and done. You are hereby notified that a writ of a regulator of these organs.
'; would be in combination more, Philadelphia
Used the other
4 as crape color and a afterwards the charming creation in "My; "You tell those-those cowards, who attachment has been issued against you, GREAT SCOTT w
with lighter
some which has added so muchto to do what they and your property attached to satisfy the DeWitt's
r Magnificent dress would be the result.I Sweetheart put an ignorant woman above forth. Why don't you cure that cough?
of the set
of black her popularity. She enjoyed her dare not come and say themselves, that plaintiffs Cough and Consumption Cure will do it.
saw a gown made plain blue satin, stage triumphs and successes, and loved I'll see them 1 mean-abem, well for And,now unless you shall appear before This remedy is positively certain, promptand
f China
made over sky the of said Court at the
crepe, up In- Judge our if have j
but was exceedingly of I declineirrevocably ; thoroughly you
steel her profession reasons my own
e and with a trimming of fine cut and Court House in Titusville, in said County tried it know this statement lobes fact,
the admiration and And now, you
personal entirely. my
Patti different to
fe beads. It was worn at a recent of Brevard, on or before the 7th day if have not are doing yourself an
night at the opera and was much admired attentions of men. They annoyed her madam, you needn't be so frightened, of July, A. D. 1890. the same being Rule It is sold you by Dixon & Gray.
those styles no little by their impertinent and per- for you've done, no wrong, only you'Tebef.n Day, and plead or demur to the declaration -
; and as' It It one of dressmakerscan sistent efforts to meet her, and she not made a catspaw of. Let me advise of plaintiffs herein filed, judgment NOTICE.

which clever little home ndinas old shawl only snubbed them right and left, but i you to keep out of politics forever, will be rendered against you by default All concerned will take notice that, six

and evolve from g:. the dress be- whenever possible brought them to open as I shall Good day." and your property sold to pay the debt. months after date, I will present my final
a trifle of satin, 1 give ladlesto ridicule.I IInD ASHTOS. Witness the Honorable Jno.D.Broome, account to Honorable Minor S. Jones
low. How pretty It is I leave in the remember her telling me with great Judge of said Court, as well as A. A. County Judge of Brevard county, Florida,
Judge It could ;?e made high be glee of how she once silenced a young The ChineseIn: San Francisco. Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the and pray for an order dismissing me from
beck by a yoke, and'the sleeves could aspirant. She wra acting in some opera SAN FRANCESCO, April 5.-No one seal of said Court, this the 15th day the further execution on the estate of JohnE.

made long, leaving the puffed tops for ULouffo with Fortescue. One young man would suppose to look at the Chinamen : of March, A. D., 1890. Moore, late of said county, deceased. .

caps. Instead of the steel beadinjrfthe In the audience tried night after night, here gabbling, gossiping, talking, laugh-.i [L S-] A. A. STEWART, S. H. KAY, Administrator Ii'
deft fingers the industrious little dress- by notes, gifts and every known means, I ing, and always apparently in a good :I 48 Clerk of the Circuit Court. Titnsville, Jan.6, 1890. 38- mo.

maker can embroider:._or applique any- to gain her favor and acquaintance.

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Classes sent off in
M PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Savannah News: All that is mortal of Fine weather only a little too dry. while the order. Meantime,

the statesman, Samuel J. Randall, lies in Ducks and winter not all EVERYTHING IN READINESS FOR IT. regatta is in progress the other
visitors gone
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Patsller his modest home,in Washington, near by north yet. I amusements time. will be carried. on at the

Foot Races, Canoe Races, Sack Tub and same
the halls
capitol, in the of which he wasa
$1. O per Annum. conspicuous figure for so many years. Mr. V. 0. Spencer has put an additionto Barrel Races, Aside From the Regatta The course is twelve miles for first and

his house. and the Prizes That Have Been Offered second class and six miles for third class.
The nation honored him in life and
The Bessie arrived from Jacksonvilleon for Each Event-The Arrangements. Committee on fire-work-E.P.Branch
Entered at the Poet Office at Tittuvtileas mourns his death. He was a man worthyto ,
the 30th ult. W. J. Nesbitt Lewis D.
The Indian River Yachting and Lockwood.On .
Second-Class Matter. be honored, and the profound sorrow -

of all classes of people shows how stronga :Mr. J. J. White accepted a position Association held its second annual evening entertainment-George G.

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor hold he had upon the affections of his with Brelsford Bros., and entered upon meeting in Stewart's Hall on the after- Gleason C. H. Stewart and G. I. Met-

,Brevard county. countrymen. Honest, possessing abilityof his duties on the 7th. noon of Saturday the 12th inst. Capt. calf.

circulation a high order, and conscientious in the A few days ago Will McCormick addeda Jacob Wilder was elected Chairman, C. Contributions for refreshments, lemonade -
The Star has the Largest
of any paper on the East coast of Fla. discharge of every duty he made a repu 301b. barracuta to his season's list of H. Stewart, Secretary, and Van R. Lock- evening entertainment or the regatta

tation for usefulness that has rarely been piscatorial trophies. wood Treasurer.The fund are solicited.
A SQUARE is one Inch In space; 24 squares Address all communications to C. H.
rules the
equalled. Whethera monument raisedto Tomato of regatta of last year
make a column. shipments are not quite as !

advertising rates enquire of the Editor his memory or not, he will not be for- heavy now a? earlier in the season, but were adopted for the coming eyent, with Stewart, Secretary, Melbourne.

always enclosing two cent stamp. gotten. He has a place in history that bean shipments are somewhat on the in- one or two amendments, as noticed here- Come all, and bring your neighborsand

will be his forever, and a place in the after. friends along. Keep up the good
AK expert statistician has reported that old custom of May-day picnic and havea
hearts of the people that will not be sur- The Chair appointed one General Committee
the McKinley tariff bill,instead of reduc- Capt. 0. S. Porter is one of the young- jolly good time.
rendered soon to another.
attend details of
to to transportation -
ing the revenue $60,000,000 will increaseit est-looking men of his age on the lake, so Last year's assembly was an unqualified
Mr. Randall consistent
was solicit subscriptions, see to erecting
the let it be
not to
give Captain ,
away and
$12,000,000. success, we hope to it .
man. He followed the line of conduct
tables, and other matters that come
simply remarked that he celebrated his may this
present administrationMr. that he believed to be right, and such was within their jurisdiction. Messrs. Van year. Arrangements will most likely
EARLY birthday on the 4th inst. be made for an excursion rate and boat
from Indiana the confidence in his truth and sinceritythat R. Lockwood, Joseph F. Chase, C. J.
Harrison appointed a negro
On the evening of the 29th ult. there from Titusville to the grounds, to return
to the responsible position of Re- I he retained in a marked degree the Hector and John M. Minor, with Capt.
was a dance at the Cocoanut Grove after the dance.LATER.The.
corder of the General Land office. The : friendship of his party friends who differed Wilder as ex-officio chairman, were appointed -
House in honor of the
given of some steam yacht race is opento
with him. He not in
for valuable tract of was harmonywith the committee.
other day a patent a guests who were to leave the next day.A all, with no restrictions or time allow
mineral land was prematurely and ille- his party on the tariff question, and All subscriptions must be paid to the
very pleasant time was had, as usual. ance.
if not fraudulently, issued by that yet he was an honored and conspicuousleader Treasurer on or before Saturday, April
Mr. L. N. Nash of Evansville Ind. The evening's entertainments will con-
of his party. There were times ,
office. Secretary Noble publicly cen- arrived here March 30th and will remain 26th.All sist of a display of fire-works and a dance.
and when his views on the tariff caused himto entries for the regatta must be
sured the recorder discharged a
negro be and criticised permanently if he can secure a suitable The dance, instead of being at the
sharply even harshly 10 o'clock
white clerk through whose hands the pat- by a. m. Wednesday,
of land. He Riverside, will be in a hall secured for
piece wishes to in
Harrison's is but that he was a whole-souled Democrat, engage April 30th.
ent passed, but Mr. protoge
culture and thinks he do the purpose larger than Stewart's Hall
and anxious for the pineapple can
sincerely triumph
still recorder,and it is said that Secretary The regatta was ordered divided
and in this section. and to help pay the extra expense an
so safely profitably f
Democratic principles and the success of
Noble dares not dismiss him. (as last year)between the different classes, admission fee will be and
the Democratic party, no one ever Porter & Potter have sold 12 acres of in proportion to the number of boats charged, a lunch
table where all obtain .
EX-SPEAKEB CARLISLE has preparedthe doubted.Mr. land along the lake front at Juno to entered in each class For instance: If kept can refresh-

minority report on the McKinleytariff Randall was three times 'elected :Messrs. Spencer & Heyser. This is*a valuable five are entered in the first class, fifteenin ments at any time, instead of having a .

J>ill, and it is a very strong and speaker, and never did an abler or a fairer piece of property, and the improvements the second and ten in the third, the regular supper, paying only for what
The hall
they get. is large enough to
full.statement of the position of the man occupy that high position. Cour- to be made on it will help first class will receive one-sixth of the

Democratic party on the tatiff. It has teous and kind, but firm, he held the materially in building up our new countyseat. money, the second class one-half, and the easily accommodate five sets at the same i
time and six could be
crowded in.
about been decided that the Democrats reins of power with a steady hand, and p third class one-third. i

of.the House will not prepare a tariff bill enforced the rules without fear or favor. Several of the higher officials of theJ. The entrance fees in each class are to admission feature will correct the only I
drawback to the dance of last thatis
of their own, but will offer such amend His decisions became precedents for the ., T. & K. W. paid this section a visit be added to their proportion. of the prize year
the crowd of lookers-on
who throngedthe
ments to the McKinley bill as there may guidance of the House, and his administrations recently-just run down to tell us they money.At .
room, to the great inconvenience of
seem a probability of passing with the a model for his successors in the would try to do better by us next season. least two boats must enter in a classto the dancers. i

aid of Republican votes, provided that speaker's chair. In the meantime, they will continue to make a race. The number of prizesin i

the Republicans make a serious attempt He made a fight against the force bill do business in the same old style and at each class to be one-half the numberof CORRECTION..

.,. to pass their bill, which at this time in 1875 that won him fame and made the the same old rates. entries in that class. If ten enter,
Mr.Salmon States the Position of the Ole
seems somewhat doubtful. Southern people his warm friends and Several of our bachelor residents have there will be five prizes if eleven or ander Picnic Association.

enthusiastic admirers. He was just the twelve six etc. *
either already left or are about to leave prizes
THE Union League Club,of New York man to oppose a bill of that kind. Pos- The of boats Editor Florida Star:
captains or
this section. Some of them intendto owners
which started and iron will he may I wish to correct a false report in regardto
was as a Republican organization sessing great courage an ,
at Creek Grove
meet Turkey at 10
fall and all a.
return again by to such,
the action of the commIttee
of theOleander
has never pretended to admit never yielded a point long there
: as as was and each class decide
or to any foreign bachelors who have an m. sharp, to the
Democratic members but nevertheless the least chance of gaining it. Picnic Association.It .
idea of coming to this section, the sug- amount proportion of the prizes in
many of its members voted for Cleveland There have been public men who made their class. is circulated-much to the detrimentof
is that double is of
gestion given a ,team
instead of Harrison, which caused some more brilliant reputations and who won The said Association-that the committee
and benefit to judges, measurers, timekeepersand
more use a communitythan
alarm to the club, and they have recentlydiscovered greater applause from the masses, but voted to control the use of the picnic
the time
some to correct and
a single team, and will be much person
that the committee of sixteenon there have been few:, if any, who had so welcomed. Of make the allowances to be then chosen grounds and give the proceeds to erect a
more cordially course, a
admissions consisted of eight men who great influence in shaping the legislationof school-house in Cocoa. Now, the fact is
single team is better than none at all,buta by the captains or owners of entered
voted for Cleveland. This discovery the country or who rendered the pub boats. that the committee have done no such *
word to the wise aught to be sufficient.
created quite a tempest, and a general lic greater service.Mr. The classes last thing. But the committee, consideringthe
same as
meeting was at. nce held,at which it was Randall died in harness, as it were. While Mrs. Joe Jenkins and childrenwere viz year were small rent that was usually obtainedfor
adopted, :
decided of 321 to 173 that He alone at their home near Juno on the ground was not sufficient to
by a vote only was a member of the Thirty-eighth Third Class Under 18 feet. put
should be admitted the 24th ult., the roof of the house took the ground-in good order and
true and tried Republicans Congress and each succeeding Congressuntil Second Class-18 24 a com-
to feet.
He fire, and but for the presence of mind of mittee of ladies offered to fix the
to membership.THE his death. took no active partin First Class-24 feet and upward.The up
Mrs. Jenkins and her efforts
prompt grounds in good order and the
the present Congress on account of pay expenses
fees also
entrance to be the
annual meeting of the Florida sickness, but he watched the proceedings: which were successful in extinguishingthe yiz same of our orator of the day, which

Horticultural Society will be held at closely and consulted with the Democratic fire before it got headway the house Third: Class-Entrance fee $1. would be realizing nearly double that we

DeLand Wednesday, April 30th, and leaders and with the members of and contents would have been entirely Second Class$2.. ever received before.

continue in session at least three days. his committees. In the contest over the destroyed as neighbors are so far away First Also, you all remember that two years
All the railroads have made a rate of one new rules he took a very active interest they could not have reached there in The rule for ago we gave a free dinner, and the burden

fare for the round trip, and anyone de- and helped to shape the course of the time to render any assistance. The worstof line measurement to be on of all that work fell upon ten or

siring to attend can send $1.00 to the Democrats.It it is that in coming down the ladder water over all, and one-half the twelve families making it so -hard that

Secretary Mr. E. O. Painter at DeLand, was thought, up to February 2d last, Mrs. Jenkins not only sprained but brokeone overhang.The Hereschoff table of they could not enjoy the day, and some

and secure a certificate of membership, that his health was steadily improving. of the small bones in her ankle, and measurementsfor were even so sick from over-work that
time allowance
which entitles the holder to reduced fare. At about that time he was attacked by has suffered a great deal ever since al- Last rules were also adopted. they could not attend,and many of them

The attendance at the last annual meet- the influenza, then prevailing as an epidemic though at last accounts she was somewhat to admit year's all boats owned were on amended Lake Worth so as declared that they would never do it

ing at Orlando was very large, and the and he began to decline steadily.He better. Indian, Halifax and Matanzas rivers the again, and it is certainly asking too much
papers read were of a high order of merit, had a relapse of the disease in the last Exhibition at LaGrange.It not to require a few to furnish dinner for a
prizes being heavy enough to draw
and it is hoped that the meeting this year part of March, and within a few days large crowd so, under the circumstances,
is often has
not one an opportunityto foreign racing machines, and no restric-
will be productive of much good toward thereafter all hope of his recovery was this committee of ladies decided, in addition -
pass as pleasant an evening as those tions as to sails or ballast.
t agricultural education.A abandoned. Had it not been for his to their refreshment stand,to furnish
did who attended the exhibition given by It was decided also to make a race for
constitution and his dinner to all who did not wish to
will bring
TEST case recently decided before the strong great School No. 1 April 1st. The programmewas steam yachts or launches, to take their
he would their own dinner with them. But I
have died much -
Supreme Court of the State,from Osceola power sooner of over two hours' duration, exclusive proportion of the regatta fund, the entrance understand

county,gives the County Board of Health than he did. He always had a deep rev- of distribution of prizes by Rev. W. fee to be $5, subject to same regu- that some, who grumbled ao

erence for the Christian religion, and at loudly two years because they were askedto
more authority than that of the County N. Chaudoin. Every part, whether individual lutions as sailboats.

Commissioners, in this way: That when- the time of his death was a professing recitation, dialogue, singing, or Other amusements provided, free and furnish provisions, are grumbling now
Christian. because we do not free dinner this
ever County Boards of Health call for the little reminder of the day by the open to all, are: give a
year. They that free dinner wilt
appropriations to cover the expense of THE LELA V. "Downfall of China" excelled in its way; Climbing greased pole 25 or 30 feet draw aay a
a crowd but think
maintaining the Board and protectingthe and the closing piece, "Our Union," in i high, prize at the top $5. that a person

public health, it is the duty of the From the Smyrna Breeze we clip the two scenes, was very instructive as wellas Sack rack 150 feet; first prize $2; sec- who comes to such a place just to get a

County Commissioners to make the levy following in regard to Mr. Lee's yacht amusing. The prizes were as follows: ond prize $1. free dinner is not much of an addition to

called for, and they have no right to re- which was supposed to be lost a week Seven fine books from the supervisor, Tub race 150 feet and return; first any such gathering.

fuse to make such levy. Heretofore it ago: Mrs. Jacob N. Feaster, one for perfect prize $3; second prize $2 third prize $1. Some people will find fault, no matter

has been doubted if the power of the "Last week the Lela V. came up from conduct won by Coleman Mendel; one Swimming race, 50 yards and return, how anything is done,and those who find
for perfect lessons won by Bessie Feaster the most fault *
C unty.Commissioners was exceeded by Indian River and Capt. R. S. Sheldon and one each for perfect attendance and for boys sixteen years and under; first the are those who always do *
the of the Board of Health started to take her around Jacksonville second to assist in an undertaking. s
power so to punctuality won by Bessie Jakie. Sallie prize $2 prize $1. ;

this decision sets the matter, at rest. on Saturday, but when they got and Jerome Feaster and Mary Carlisle. Second swimming race, open to all, 100 The committee has done everything
All the pupils had exhibited such "on the square" and what consideredfor
good they
about twenty-five miles up the coast it yards and return first prize $2; second
lives;histories conduct and perfect lessons throughoutthe the best interests of the
Many biographies of Association.
began to blow so hard that it was de- term that it seemed to let prize $1.Foot .
the late Jefferson Davis wrong and we will have the best
purporting to cided to come back. When coming over such excellence go without some token of race, 100 yards open to all, first entertainmentever

be written by Mrs. Jefferson Davis, are the bar at the inlet it was very roughso appreciation, so Rev. W. N. Chaudoingave prize $2. given on Indian River.

being advertised throughout the country. much so that life preservers were put five bibles and the patrons twentyone Leaping.match.. Judge Tucker, of Sanford will address

The only genuine work of the kind written nice books to the deserving ones. us, and there will be other able speakers
( on, but fortunately they were not needed, These, with the certificates from the Running high jump.

t by Mrs. Jefferson Davis is that to be as they finally got in all right. The boat county and cards and "roll of honor"from Running long jump. present.

published by Belford Company, 18-22 was brought back to the railroad wharf, the teacher, made an especially Standing long jump. Even if there is a regatta at Turkey-

East 18th street, New York, entitled, where it was tied. On Monday it got large number of beautiful prizes.As First prize in each $1; second prize 50 Creek not one in ten could go from here,

"Jefferson Davis Ex-President of the caught on the piles of the dock in sucha faces collected we viewed the the twenty-eight for bright of cents.Ladies'. and there are enough of us'at this end of

Confederate States: A Memoir by His on stage receipt the country to have a grand gathering so
way as to bold it down as the tide rose prizes we did not wonder at the rowing race, 100 yards and re-

Wife." All other works claiming the and filled it. causing it to sink. It was comments, "What a fine looking school many! turn; first prize $3; second prize$2; third let us all throw asidefbnrtittle prejudices

authorship of Mrs. Jefferson Davis must raised Wednesday without loss other The costumes were in excellent taste, prize $1. and join in to help make it a gal*day.
necessarily be injurious to her .
personallyand while the and church deco-
pecuniarily. The book is sold by than the damage done to the varnish and rated with stage Mrs. Johnson's usual were skill, All are requested to be prompt in at- It 1f. c.l SALYavwChairman .....

subscription, and territory is being rapid the loss of considerable movables which and much credit is due Messrs. W. Day tendance, as everything will be called as .. Committee. .

ly assigned. The work promises to be floated away. The one who was sleepingon and T. A. Johnson for the way they built last year, at the minute. Pine Slips. '

one of the most popular ever published, her at the time was able to get out on the stage and hung the curtains. Mr. Parties '
The order will be follows t. bananas
as : ,, desiring pineapple tlips.
and those "
desiring to canvass for it the.wharf before it sank. Johnson kindly loaned his and '
should the organ 10 a. m.-Meeting of choosing ,jjr any tropical fruit trees,, bonld
apply at once to publishers, The yacht proceeded later on her,way announced the programme Thus many entry-men withROY Tt

who will furnish circulars and informa- to Jacksonville,'which port she has, no hands in harmonious labor made the judge measuring boats, etc. correspond .
tion. doubt, reached ere this. entertainment,a mplete.soccess.. 12 m.-Dinner. 62tf. Melbourne Fla.

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COCOA BUDGET. Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. J. G. Powell, EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR. 'f'

a leave for their home in Stamford, Conn., .

NEWS ITEMS AND SOCIETY EVENTS on Wednesday. Both Mrs. Brown and 'ITiiIITcr T-YLOB..,
Herbert,during their stay in Cocoa,have

Oleaaby the Star's Regular Correspondent. made many warm friends, who regret Cocoa, Indian River, Florida..

their departure.Mr. .

Mrs. Col. E. C. Wade left for Georgia J. Green of Paterson, N. J., is DEALERS IN
Friday. stopping at the Peck House.' Mr. Green

last'C. H. Edgerton left for his home in tor the past three years has been traveling -

Kansas City last Thursday.Mr. over the world, not stopping more Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware
than a month in any place. lIe is engaged
.E. W. Hall of City Point
our at present in writing a book of his ,
tu collector, was in town Friday. travels which
will no doubt be very in-
There will be choir practice in the teresting. AND AGATE-WARE.. .

Episcopal church Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .Paints Oils Glass and Putty .
J. 31. Sanders and interesting
ughter. Miss Clara, spent Monday inThe Grand Celebration at Oleander Point, > .
Plumbers' and Mill
Kockledge Florida.
trade sloop Sparkle was up the PROGRA1UIE.Exercises Supplies,

river last Friday for a fresh supply of begin at 10:30 o'clockstand- WIRE NETTING

.goods. ard time. Doors Sash Blinds
Mr.'F. E. Joyner is building a cottage Song"Coronation," by the assembly. and wIRe CLOTH.GrTJUCLS .

and boat ways on the lot north of J. M. Prayer-Rev. James Bolton. .

Sanders' storp. Rallying sane By the vocal band. .
The Young People's Society of Christian Address of elcomeHon. H. S. BRICK, LIME, CEMENT o ) : ,

Endeavor met at the M. E. church Williams. A.MMTJNITION'
Sunday afternoon. Song-UThe Suwanee River," vocal 'SHINGLES and LATH ,
1 Rev. James Bolton preached in the

Methodist church, both morning and Tucker.Oration-By Judge J. Wofford Ship Ch :n.d1ery G-c>c>ds, t

evening, last Sunday.
Intermission for luncheon, social re Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Commny's -
Miss Kate Eyer, of Merritt, spent a '
ception. plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. ,
few days last week with her sister, Mrs.J. .
F. Wooten, of Rockledge.Mr. AFTERNOON. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets. r

Love Song by Miss Nellie Tyler-The' ..
J.T. Sanders, one of Titusville's ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A ECIA.LITY.
talented young lawyers, visited Cocoa White
last Wednesday on law business.Mr. May Queen and singing. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited' and ';
May Pole. estimates furnished promptly.
S. Shear, &e Indian River photographer
Toast by D. L. Gaulden-"The Indian
was down the river last week, River." STILING & TAYLOR.The .
of his fine views.
taking some more
Addresses by local speakers.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hillard and children Closing Song-"Auld Lang Sync." Indian River Country. CARDS. I I A. L. Hatch &. Son

of City Point, spent Friday inCocoa Prof. Schuyler will assist with the Third edition (revised) of the Brevard GEOBGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. I I ,

,the guests of Mrs. Johnson.A music. County (Florida). Pamphlet. for 1890 President Brevard Secy.. GJUHAM.I DEALERS IN
evening spent at the The luncheon which will be served now ready. Abstract Co.
pleasant was ,
Description of Indian River country; ROBBINS & GRAHAM, GOODS NOTIONS
home of Dr. Hughlett last Wednesday, by the committee, will consist of one its climate, health and settlements; 76 ,

' by those who are to assist in the singing ham and one beef sandwich one cup of pages, with maps. Free to applicants ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
; oa Mayday.Mrs. coffee and pie, at the nominal price of enclosing- a two cent stamp.' P. O. Box 250,TITUSYILLE,Brevard Co., Florida. Stationery, Family Medi-
A. L. HATCH, Will practice in all the onnties of the Seventh
E. P. Porcher, children and 25c.; ice cream, 15c ; cream with cake, 50-3mo City Point, Fla. Circuit and in the Supreme Court Special facilities cines, Garden Seeds, .
nnravof Courtney, spent a few days in 20c.; lemonade, 5c. cup of coffee, lOc. Correspondence for Examining solicited and from Perfecting Claimantaandheir.Land Title CHOICE'GROCERIES "

, Cocoa last week, the guest ofrs. Prof. The committee has no intention to From the Land of Flo'"crs.Longwood to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 ,

W. H. Peck. .P monopolize the grounds. It is with the Fla., Oct. 29, 1889. D. L. GAULDEN, Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

The people of Cocoa/ind Rock- people to bring out their own luncheonand Mr. A. B. GIRARDEAU, Savannah, Ga. CITY POINT, FLORIDA.. .
young Hall last have a free spread if they so desire. DEAR SIR-I have fully tested theJohnson's ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
ledge a dance at Hill's' HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
gave Chill and Fever Tonic .
be worthy you Florida.
The proceeds will applied to Titusville, -
. Friday evening which was greatly en- of the whole sent me and have to report 15 cases of RIVER BAKERY ||,
and the
; joyed by those present. causes, patronage Chills and Remitting Fever that it has I I A.lI.. THRASHER, We will Keep on Hand Every Day
J section is solicited. cured. Not one failure. With some
1 Wm. Spies, in the employ of Mrs. The committee will spare no pains to experience as to the demands of Georgiaand ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES
Prot W. H. Peck, one day last week make the occasion a grand social success. Florida, and especially in the south- P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA. ,
caught a monster+ drum fish which Everybody invited. COMMITTEE.For eastern part of this!: State, I know of no Circuit Will practice and Supreme in all Court.the counties of the Seventh 3 ETC. ALSO
remedial agent so worthy of general use
weighed forty-five pounds. Bottlers of Sodawater GingerAle
as yours. \Vhoever originated it is!: a & ATKINSON, ,
) Mr.Will Fowler has sold his handsome Sale-A pretty, cozy cottage, on public benefactor. Yours truly, JONES

sloop, the Maude F, to a Mr. Weeks, of one of the most desirable locations in S. F. GO'VE, Attorneys-at-Law, and other Drinks.ALL .

Daytona. This boat will be greatly Titusville; price, $600; furnished, $700 Missionary Florida Baptist Country on Titusville Florida. ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT

missed from this part o( the river. Also sloop "Mutual Life," cabin 11x12, Indian river and its vicinity.C.S.L'Englo&CQ. ATTENTION.

\ The work on the new house of our 6 ft, 6 in. high; very comfortable and I I II I J. T. SANDERS, S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY, ;

banker, Mr> James Holmes, is being speedy; just the boat for a truck farmeror I I I \ I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, PROPRIETORS,

i pushed forward. This house when completed cruising party. AddressH. Will Circuit practice of in Florida.P. all the.Conrta of the Seventh Judicial TITUSVILLE, F{,A.

will be one of the finest along the Q. HAWLEY JACKSONVILLE FLA. .O.Box.235. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
I $,r;. river. "* Titusville, Money to Loan. 11 ;

tIre and Mrs.Wm. A. Brush and Mrs. LADIES Crockery, Glassware, DR. L. T. DANIEL, THE ELEGANT
tonic,or children that want bonding
t. E. H. Walters,who have been spendingthe Neeoing..... U should taker House-Furnishing, DENTIST RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF
.' Mrs. J. G. Powell's, left -- ,Indlgtft Lamps Oil $ Vapor Stoves
winter at It Is pleasant to take,cures Malaria COCOA, FLORIDA, iZ E. BARNES
Brooklyn N. Y., last tton.and BUlousneaa. :Ail dealers keep 1C ,
\ for their home in Gate City Stone Filters.
;.: week. TWT D. L. DODSON, //gS ROCK LEDGE:, FLA.,
We solicit the patronage of .
Containing Seven and One-Third
." , of gentlemen, consisting of PIANOS-ORGANS our neighbours of the DENTIST, Acres of Land fronting Indian River,

; Dr. J. 0.. Scofield, A. E. Kibbe, Mr. EAST COAST. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Large Roomy RESIDENCE elegantly -
: method of fastening string of Pino Finished. Three-Room
left The Improved Also
R LKingsley and others, of .,invented by ut,it one of the mOlt lwportantimprovements Aching teeth filled and saved without destroyingthe a
weeks' cruise ever made, making the instrument nerves Teeth with abces es treated success COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of
for two HOUSE
Friday morning a durable,and less EDGAR Roots crowned substantially. Plates of
more richly musical tone more fully. the most desirable places in Rock Ledge
I *o Lake Worth.A liable to get out of tuner pure Para gum. Broken Plates mended. Badly hammock. .
Both the Mason &Hamlin Organs and Piano.ex- Close to Indian River Inlet. fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted painlessly
subscription paper"is being passed eel chiefly In instrument is the chief excellence in Office on Washington avenue. 8 For price,terms, etc.,apply to
of tone. Other
around to raise funds for a bell for ther any thing.musical, though important quality are much less so thtnthU FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish S. GRAHAM, M. D. Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla.
all of our An Instrument with unmusical tones cannot Oysters and Game by the WALTER
We hope ,
I. E. church. introduced
.) of new styles -
', Illustrated catalogues
bell is very'much becood. sent free. Millions. Boats, Wagons and Bug- Office Consultation, fl.00.
t will contribute, as'a this Reason !
fc. needed. ,. MASON & HAMLINOrgan gies to Calls between 10 p.m.and 6 a. m.will be charged
fishing. Good Road from here to double rates.Obstetrical
weut overt and Piano Co., case,and cases outside the Corporation
little party
t, A very pleasant the Gulf Coast.I are positively declined. A Fine Assortment of
to.Lake Poinsett for a fish-fry last Sat BOSTON NEW YORK,.CHICAGO. have Lots and Houses to sell in DRUGS, .

r urday. The party consisted of Mr. and MORTON Edgar Town. Call or Address: J. F. LEWIS, PATENT MEDICINES,
W. -
':; Miss Mrs. A.Nellie F. La.p'ham'ltIissOllie Simrell and Arthur Lapham Lap-, GEORGE A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor. Civil Engineer and Surveyor, SYRINGES,
& Notary.Public,
Civil Engineer Titnsville Fla. STATIONERY. ,FANCY& TOILET
i Miss Daisy Peck left on the steamerS Surveying and Leveling, Architectural SUBSCRIPTION' AGENCY R. B. BURCHFIELD, Kept constantly on hand.
S Saturday morning, to visit friends in Drawing, Township and Section Maps. Physicians' Prescriptions carefully
.., New Orleans and Charleston, Miss Deeds, Mortgages,etc. Blanks constantly THE PIONEER AGEXCY. COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders compounded at all hours.J. .

paisy will t be missed by her many friends on hand. ______ For terms. and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN : by mail will receive as prompt B. SCREVEN, Druggist,
in who unite in I attention as calls in person. TITUSVILLE, FLA. i
Cocoa elsewhere
and. EACOTT & CO. Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. Address: Georgiana, Fla.
a summer.
wishing her pleasant
.., O. BIEIG'X'OR:
and Mrs.Macintosh .I TrrCSVELLE.FLA., RUE P. ELY
Mrs.Baldwin', Mrs Dayton Schooner, MANATEE, LA ,

r of -Merrill, returned last TIR&SHEETJRONWORKERS. J. W. ZELLERS, Master. Hardware and
weeks' cruise Notary Public for the State at Large.
( Wednesday from a two be charteredfor
.. This 28-ton Yacht can '
down the river on,board Mr. Hildreth s GUTTERING, -ROOFING, all points up and down the river, on Justice of the. Peace, 17th Dist. General Produce

steamer, City of Columbus. Theyjre- the coast, or to the Bahamas. CONTRACTOR,& BUILDER
enjoyable And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. Commodious safe and good accommo- of over 30 read experience. Natural' MERCHANT.Melbourne.
Port hang had a very tinje. | .
GALVANIZED WORK, dations. Further particulars address- finish a specIalty. A ,
". Irs. and Herbert FLI.a Melbourne, Florida.* 6 -; Florlda--
I C. H. Brown son And Repairing of all kinds TITUSVHJLJG, i ';0:'
? who have been spending the winter with


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1 t, 0 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 17, 1890. .

and hereafter I shall ignore them. My 'Visitor-I know it. Half the jackasses Un Wnnu: Ad>Ws vle SooiHmoSTmc to Mother*should always

f BREVITIES only guests will be talented critics whomI of the country are writing on the subjectand be used when children are cutting teeth. It w-
I thought it was time for me to say IieTeItheUt&lelU1fereratonee itproaneesnataral, S. H. RAY
shall choose among my friends. quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakea.."bright
something.! -Boston Commercial Bulle- aa a button." It is very pleasant taste. It ,
Tippoo Tib's real name is Hamid Ben tin. soothes the ehi! .aofteDI the PIDI,aUa'l all pain
W C1ISP CONDENSATIONS. Mohammed, his nom de guerre being a regulate the bowels.andis the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
l phonetic effort on the part of the natives. One Slight Defect. other causes. TwentyCTO cent a bottle. TITUSVILLE FLA.
The squadron of evolution in its trip Tippoo has a pleasing way of going Miss Walnut (on a visit)-I believe we :

t across the Atlantio made an average round in the early morning surprising are to dine at Mrs. Jporke's to-night. ,
I r;* speed not in excess of eight knots an peaceful villages where ivory is reportedto Miss Foote (Chicago-Yes; I supposewe ,.

( hour. bd stored and pegging away with his must go, but I dislike the job. Mrs.

; It is announced that the negroes of rifles. The natives used to say that tho Tporke is a very elegant lady and all A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville MerchandiseSTORE.

Georgia who twenty-five years ago were sound of his gun was like "Tip, tip, tip," that, but she will persist in using her :

slaves now possess $30,000.000 worth of hence they called him "Tip Tip," which, toothpick between the third and fourth Fla. a:

property. Europeans rendered into the now famous instead of the fourth and fifth courses. .

f Elder Henry Preble, an aged itinerant Ttnpoo Tib Philadelphia Inquirer. Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines .

: preacher.of Waterville, Me., in the prosecution Bros. Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & r_ Y
of his calling has traveled 00,000 Some Other Dom. Distant Relationship. White Organs and Chicago Cottage .

miles by team. "Say," be remarked as he bit Off the Stranger I notice your name is De Organs.I .

end of a cigar on the rear platform of a Million. Are related to the wealthyDe I propose to keep
A tract of land which included the you will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
street car, "I used to know this Dom Millions, of New York?
main portion of the original plot of station High GradePIANOS JI
Pedro, of Brazil,quite well. De MillionIam .
Poor but Respectable .
Pa. bought
Johnstown. was once
$8.18 at a forced sale. Indeed!r exclaimed several men in a-a distant relation, sir. A Pirst-Class Stock ;

chorus, "Indeed! How distant?"
The completion of the longest tele- "Yes used to to school with him. 1
; go "Well, sir, as distant as they can keep
phonic line in Europe was recently an Take him all around as a student and he me sir."-New York Weekly. -OFGROCERIES-
nounced. The wires stretch from Pesthto was considered dull." f

Prague a distance of at least 600 kilometers school with
"Where did to
you go The Full Extent of the Law.
rim?" asked the man with the big watch "He threatened to throw half a pie at OR

The German reichstag has resolved to chain. me." :

exempt students of theology from military "About six miles from Lacrosse, Wis." "He did? And what did you do?"

service, and to extend to all the What!" "Had him bound over to keep the RGANSFOR ,

r German colonies complete religious tol "At a district school there. In fact,his >tece."-New York Sun.

eration. < father owned. a farm only a. mile from

The gift to President Carnot from the ours." Notice to Creditors, Legatees LKFS MONET than any other house in the
4, state of Guerrero Mexico, is a picture "You must be crazy! Dom Pedro was United States. I \\ill ship a Piano or Organ to DRY GOODS
wrought in gold and silver. It is the never in this country except as a visitor." and Distributees. any honest man or woman, on trial, and It not ,,
satisfactory. I will pay freight both ways. $25
work of an Indian goldsmith of the town "He wasn'tr"No All persons having claims and demands cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and
of Chilapa.A sir! He was born and raised in against the estate of Benjamin $5 month* on an Organ till paid for-not much NOTIONS t tMens'
moo ian ordinary rent. On these very liberal
Brazil and the throne to him
came by L&nehart deceased late of Dade coun '
petrified apple was recently discovered term anyone can own a instrument. Send for ,
at Harrington, Me., by some boys.It succession. as creditors, legatees or distributees, \\.Jl FREE CATALOGUE containing information.
Sheet MuRic Strings Violins. Banjo, Guitars, Accord
"Is that sor
take notice that their claims must be
had changed to the color of marble. eon*, and in fact, every Musical Instrumentthat
The stem and blossom were apparentlyas "Of course it is sol! What are you presented within two years from date is made,and at very low prices. Send for complete Ladies' & Childrens'a,

perfect as when the fruit fell from the trying to give us?"' hereof, or same will be barred ; and per- .Music 10 ceuts"per I have copy.20.000 pieces of Choice
"Well, then, it was some other Dom sons indebted to said estate will make

tree.The Pedro. probably. Please excuse me, payment to my agent, William M. Lane- A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5 SE.OES.ALSO

first newsboy who ever sold a copy and can any of you lend me a match- hart, at Palm Beach, Fla. .
of The New York Sun in the streets of Detroit Free Press. W. M. LANEHART, GEO. E. CHASE. A. G. CHAPPELL.

New York was a little shaver from Cork. Executor of the last will and testa- .

His name was Bernard Flaherty, but he Rules for Skaters. ment of Benjamin Lanehart. 50-8w GEO. E. CHASE & CO., N

went upon the stage and became rich and Ice an eighth of an inch thick isn't ice CROCKERY GLASSWARE
famous as Barney Williams.The SHIP CHANDLERY ,
any longer when you try to skate on it. NOTICE. ,

I natives of the Fiji Islands have Some men dance well anyhow and HARDWARE
taken up cricket. They like the game some can never lea.m-that.s the way Notice is hereby given of the formation HAEDWABElAND

much, although they do not like to confine with skating.It ; of a corporation to be known as
"The Indian River Loan and Investment Patent Lois Wire Rope Rilvnl
themselves to the orthodox elevenon looks much better when cutting sJ '
The of the
each side. They play their matches fancy figures on the ice to use your feet Company. general nature FISHING GEAR SPRUCE LADDERS. t
business to be transacted is the loaningof
with forty or fifty aside, or tribe against rather than your head. money upon real estate security ; and Agent for Devoe & Co.'s Paints, Tube Ship Chandlery Goods

tribe. Never give' your sweetheart a pair of the purchase, improvement and sale of Life Preservers, Tent & Awning Co.,

Near Santa Rosa, CaL, is a well from skates for Christmas if your rival skates real property. The amount of the capital Patent Anchors.

which,it is drawing water,thousands better than you; itis not wise. stock authorized will be $10,000, to BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS. These will be the main features of
of fish from half inchto In taking out accident insurance poli- my
eyeless an be divided into 100 shares of $100 each.
business but orders
Correspondence Solicited. sent me for -
six inches in length, have been taken cies always state whether you know how Subscribers to the stock will be requiredto Telephone in in anything
266. store
out. Occasionally the bucket is drawnup to skate or art about to learn.. pay in at least 20 per cent. of their ville will be
half full of fish. No subterraneaninlet If you are skating with a girl and both subscription, the balance to be paid a8 Ms. 88 $ 90, E. Bay St., promptly

to the well has yet been discovered. of you fall it is more polito to let your called for by the Board of Directors. The JACKSONVILLE FLA.

wealth partner fall on you than to do the reterm of the corporation will commenceon ,
The rapid increase in the of i
about the first CO-lyr Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens
the United States the past ten years i? verse.- udge. or Tuesday inlay, ,
astounding. According to the published A. D. 1890, and continue the periodof E88 & NIAI ROISES Hint*
Insult to Injury.A 20 The highest amount of indebtedness DEA j>**'. JNViaiBLB AtCOSHIOK.
figures the total wealth of the country is years. Ww TUISLAS.Co Or any Country Produce my customersor
wise professor loved a pretty maid. or liability to which the corporation l.rta1l1..tI.taI will...*all a..MI..tall. .w.,r.lDscox.
now $61,459,000,000., equal to nearly Calling tho cause of science to his aid shall at time subject itself .ay,I"Br.war,...1..... Writ tor b..k.f f iMfe.&&11. friends may bringto
$1,000 per capita. This is an increase in Twos thus be wooed her: any market.I .
shall not exceed 90 per cent. of capital -
ten' years of $18,000,000,000. or 45 per "My life work on the prehistoric Human stock in.
Has Deed of your bright wits as Pm a true man; paid
cent.A. Oh share my toil and f&C1tmost lovely woman DWIGHT W. TUTTLE. ask for a share of the public patronage -

remarkable poised rock, famous !** GEORGE M. BOBBINS. 11PARKER'S' and come as a supplicant, not a

throughout South America as "the mov- Twas thus he sued her. WALTER S. GRAHAM. } dk tator, asking for your favors..

ing stone," may be seen onTandil mountain The mercenary girl mada answer trite: 50-41 WILLIAM P. WOODWARD. If courteous treatment,good *

in Buenos Ayres. It is 24 feet "I really fear I must sir, in that light goods and low figures is

high, 80 feet long and 18 feet wide containing Decline to view-you; Master's Sale. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH the candidate for
Although cause me pride and great elation
>over 5,000 cubic feet and weigh- I cannot wed you above my mental station. t t\J\, PENNYROYAL FS.'iS. public favor
ing twenty-five tons. It is irregularly But I'll become, for a consideration Under and by virtue of a decree of fore- Z" Red Cross Diamond rand. .. then I'melected.
closure and sale rendered by the Judge of 45' :1 I Th.o1l1yre1lable pin tornle. Safe.niare. .
conical in shape, and rests upon a con- AssisUr to YOtL" l Ladle,ask DralElat fcr Uiu Diamond /
Harvard Lampoon. the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Brand,in red mrtkliie box**,Mated
ical support with a bearing surface some ''
e naDbr.eneo..Takea.otker.Sead4e.
Circuit of Florida. sitting in Chancery at
ten inches in diameter. The of f (itampt) for particular and "UeUef farLidleV for Chattanooga Plow Co.
power a Rather Wearing..ry Chambers: for the county of Brevard, dated M B.*U, : :4. Agent ,
single is oscillate the I Cklebester ChemlcalC*.lUdboa foq.,F a.
man sufficient4to Chilled Plows and
the 24th day of March, A. D. 1890, in a SugarCane
enormous mass which indeed, is often certain cause, wherein Harry Fisher is Mills.HERE .
swayed by the wind. complainant and Andrew Gibson and tYS.

Milie Gibson, represented by J. II. Rollinsas
I MEN YOU HEAR OF. next friend are defendants, I will sell at Its 'R.ay.
in front of the Courthousedoor
public outcry,
How Lost How
Erevan Florida ,
at Titusville
Capt. Douglass Oettinger retired is
on the first Monday in May, A. D. '
the oldest living officer of the United the 5th of the _rH fNCf
1890, the same being day t WE ARE AGAIN !
States Marine *' fir
corps. month, during the legal hours of sale, for

Jackson,the negro pugilist, stands 6 cash, to the highest bidder, the following-

feet 2 inches, and his arms reach two described real estate, to-wit: .

inches below his knee, IM' Fifteen feet off the north end of lot three
((3)), block seven (7)), in the town of Titus.'
Edison to'tbe late Archduke
presented i ville, Brevard county, Florida, accordingto KNOW! THYSELE .
Rudolph; crown prince of Austria, a 1 y tl +. the map and survey of said town made J, W ROGERS & GO,
phonographic, which not only talks, ,
by J. Francis LeBaron, and now on recordin Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatiseon
but recites verses the Clerk's office of said county ; said the Errors of Youthteu atureL'tcli Ntn'oaa

The .head of the Brazilian republic I X land being described by metes and boundsas and Physical Debility,Imparities of the Blood. Before an intelligent, appreciative and

signs himself as follows: "Marshal Ma- A follows: discriminating public, present ourselves
Commence at the northeast corner of said ExfifflResulting
noel Deodoro da Fonseca chief of the
and line be- and make our bow announcing that we
lot three west dividing
** run on ,
provisional goverom nt. 4 "Why don't you go to work? Why do
and lots and three &
lot two (2
tween one
Franklin B. Gowen, the big railroadman you waste your time "begging? 3) for a distance of ninety-four (94) feet; 1 are candidates for their favors, good

who committed suicide recently in "Did you ever beg? thence run south a distance of fifteen (15)]) from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or wishes and-cash.
Washington, held insurance policies on "No; of course not. feet; thence turn an angle of ninety ((90)) Overtaxation Enervating and unfitting the victim
"Den don't know what work is." fur Work B'isncsft tee MameUor Social Relation..
his life amounting to $300,000. ye degrees and run east to Washington ave.:
than water
Avoid unskillful preten:ers. Possess this great As blood is thicker so
John H. Starin, the great steamboat Puck. thence turn and run north, along said work. It contains 300 pages,royal 6ro. Beautiful
avenue, for fifteen (IS) feet to the point of binding,embossed,full gilt. Price only 1.00 by cash bettr than credit. We propose to
owner, is a keen featured, level headed A Reason Such as It TTaa. mail,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. Illustrative
of muscular build and his beginning.Also Prospectus Free,if .TOO apply cow. The of the old ruts and Sell our
man among "That is very nice butter, Johnny, all that lot of land in the town of distinguished author,Win. Ii. Parker )I. D., re- get out .
claims to distinction he has ridden racehorses said a Punxsutawney (Pa.) grocerymanas Titusville, county and state aforesaid, according cehred the GOLD AID JEWELLED MEDAL Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for bard

kept a drug store and erected a he took the roll out of the basket and to the map of J. Francis LeBaron, this from PRIZE the National ESSAY Medical on NERVOUS AMociatlon and for

mausoleum. He has never failed in anything laid it on the counter. "Tell your motherto aforesaid, described as follows : Commencing PHYSICAL DEBILITY.Dr.Parkerand aeorps Cash.

he has undertaken.M. .- send all of her butter here, and we at the southeast corner of lot numberone of Assistant Physicians may be consulted conft*
dentally br snail or tn at the offlc-of
Gounod always retires late readingto will pay her a good price for it." ((1)), block number seven ((7), thencerun TIlE PEABODT MEDICAL person INSTITUTE, We handle a first-clasa line ofClotIlixLg
"Yes" said the little fellow, candidly, west a distance of ninety-four (94)feet; No.4 Bulfineh St.,Dovton,Mai*.,to whom all *\
himself to He is
put sleep. very simple thence north twenty ((20)) feet, thence east orders for books or letters for advice should be
"I s'pose you would. The only reason directed abaTe.AGENTS .
in his habits and tastes and he is frugalIn you feet south as
his eating and more so in his drink- got this was cause the cat fell inter the ninety-four (94) ; twenty :
((20)) feet to the point of beginning, said lot WANTPRb/an old
ing; he smokes moderate. and is fond cream crock and got drowned and ma'mdidn't containing 18SO square feet. I I cu i:. l profits

o| walking. He goes out a great deal tc want" ter sell it till ex reglar cus- Also, all those pieces or parcels of land '. Sample free. A rare op-

rehearsals at the theatres and opera, or tomers. Chicago Herald. situate, lying and being in the county of portunity. Geo. A. Scott, 842 B'way,N. Y. x Both Ready-made and to Order.

to see any friend who may be ill, for Jje Brevard and State of Florida, to-wit : Lots
is very affectionate and devoted to those "Em belllaJlecL" forty-three (43)), forty-nine (49), fifty (50), AGENTS WANTED IIA jest and finest ab- OurGents' I

he love Here is a good specimen of that exag- and fifty-one ((51)), in the village of Joyner- TO SELL PINLESS M11 rics without pins.

geration which enters into our American ville,being a part of the town of Titusville, CLOTHES-LINES; IlU Clothes do not
The Comte de Paris has taken possessionof humor so largely. It is from our local according to a plat or map of Joynerville no more clothes- freeze to it and Furnishing DepartmentIs
Stowe house,the seat: of the late Duke said needed. It blow I
paper, The Californian: "Water in the now on file in the Clerk's office of pins PINS cannot off.
of and Chandos. The Brevard. holds the heav- It is
Buckingham mansion county of a perfect
Snake river has been so low this from
season Hats
has interesting reminiscences for thb Also, lot number twelve ((12)) in block winter line. Sample line sent by mail for Complete. Nobby

French royal family. On the east of the that settlers have bitterly complained of nineteen ((19), according to the surv,l.of 50c., also 50ft. line by mail $1.25 prepaid. first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the

Urge park is building called the Bourbon the dust raised by the salmon going up J. Francis LeBaron, of the town of Titus.ville For circulars, price list, terms, address the
stream They threaten to ask for an PINLESS CLOTHES most fastidious. Trunk\ Valises and
tower,which surrounded by trees that appropriation said map being of record in theclerk's LINE CO. ** .
to sprinkle the river next office of Brevard county, Florida. 17_Hermon St., Worcester, Mass. .
were planted by the exiled members ol f Hand Satchels, toolow to quote.For
year if the nuisance. isrepeated.Qiristian As much of the'above land will be soldas
the hous4 of Bourbon when on a visit toStowahpuse MADE WITH BOILING WATER.Epps'S' .
Union. will be sufficient to satisfy the decree in
and Tobaccos can
,. and fine Cigars : we.
said cause costs.
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*tSardi says that in future he will TIme Torlm For further information, inspection of not be excelled in the county.

Ww Invite a journalist to his rehearsals. Vtsitor'to Editorial Sanctnip Here is maps, etc., as to above lands, apply to
Tie Robbing & Graham,or to the undersigned, GRATEFULCOMFORTING.Cocoal. W? ask an inspection of our
adds: "I( I have done so until the an article I Lave prepared on the polit- earnestly
J. P.TURN !:B,
present it was in a spirit of tolerance. ical situation \t ; Special Master. Goods before buying elsewhere.J. .

The journalists have wished to transform Editor-Really,nay clear sir, we have BOBBINS& GRAHAM, _

my tolerance Into their rights. ao J9 ny articles on hand that3 Solicitors for complainant 50 MADE WITH BOILING WADER; W. Rogers & Co.t .
They have not been respectful with me,
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,1 E; __ THE FLORIDA: STAB, THURSDAY, APR. 17; 1890. 7


m. Z'E TROPIt7AL TRI N$ LZNE. "The Gladstone

1'he"ting of Slam has just married JACIK.SOIcYILLE, TAMPA &. KEY WEST SYSTE31. triEBESTSPRlNGrMEDICINE

; twenty new wires. LAMP
The' pope has received a bequest of Going South, Read Do"4'1l.EFFECT ARCH 2'7' 1890--CI "TRAL STA.'roARD TII1H _- itthe finest lampii the vnrld.
from Baron LilienthaL STATIONS. Going North, nead tp. itpyees areedlbrtllt.
580,000 .
: t i sat wkite iicfatM SScaodi*

j 5eDator) John Sherman's; Washington 7.&Opm 8 M 3 4 25 OOpm 25pm 8 45am 1 Leave JacksonvWe ArriTe,10,t.roam 1159sm 550pm Ifopm t than powers ru Purer light i and softer brighter than InTHBWORLD IsAS
is assessed at $192,000.Browning's 300 1010 Arrive St eleetrto licht-mora
j real estate dam 4 S3 .. Augustine Leave 845 1045 410 5.u cheerful uun either.
11 u ply Ie 8 SO 353 e d martttota tip!frees
i jesting place in Westminster a 26 "
. 11 30 S 45 u Ormond 719 217I rrdiaary 6tmy oil!
'1' > Abbey will be near that of Chaucer. -r Daytona II 700 200S

4 P. T. Barnum wishes to buy Patti's 4 055 OOpm 11311)pol I 19 S3i I Leave Jacksonville .Arrive 6oam 1240pm t 615pm1 I *It L is in onderfallamp<1t.f. Never

castle u i Wales and spend his days there.PhjWer's 600 220 10x5 Arrive" Green Natta CoTe Spring Leave' 624 1139am 515Pm I. evokes needs trimming nor ,breakscMmneyJieverunneUa never

home is besieged tourists '7 1: 339 11 5i Seville .. 305 45. 1045 636 420 A'SPRINGMEDICINE.
by n 304 f cf the oti no ticker
1 :!Op" DeLand .1 8 10 150 climb.r of the TOCUREANDTONE
of his time
large part is taken 8 33 4 25 u
tad a 113 ,
'I up Orange City Junction u 149 8.3 1 n Same no annoyance of
910 5 00 200 : any kind and can-
visitors. 4 &nford 115 750 115 s
ly 501 I I not explode And
! 1110 enterprise 140 1:5lO4Oam s UP THE GENERAL
: The kin; of Italy has sent to King I 630 1i 310 u" TitunUle .w. I$500 11 6aml I t besides wkltel'yA&1Oto2O U pirn a ciartr. AILMENTS OFTHESYSTEMTAE

jknelik carved wooden throne twenty. 1015 1- Tavares 5 01130 times Uze A briiLaacycf
808 '
Orlando 1140 any ordinary kmatJampl .
t 65 1155 I -
:& foor feet high. 1140 6 50 3 5i illiinamee 105O 550 1113 I r1a<.oedtneiter
9 05 5 O" Bartow ., 6 'O I II Brass nickel Uold or
:J Dom Pedro, er-emperor of Brazil, is 1000 'Z 00" Tamps .1 'Z 30 'I 900 8 'O I Antique Bronze. Also
an honorary member of the New York I ti 30" Fort Meade u 3 39 I I The Gladstone Extension Study Lamp
9=5 u Punta Gorda .1 !11250 I I It I for Clergymen Editors, Students, Teachers,
Historical I t s Professors, Lawyers, Physicians and other
Edward Bellamy, the author of "Look- 220pm. 10 s0am Leave Palatb Arrive'l0 50am! 420pm professional men.
:29 113,1 arrive Interlacben Leave 9 n I 39 I The Gladstone Banquet Lamps.
F fug Backward, u described as a wiry 423 1211pmt Hawthorno .1 918 251 The Gladstone Piano
looking man, still in his thirties.BcrneJones' 20 12 35 I Rochelle II 8 55 230 Lamps..
7 110 Gainesville .. I Send for price list. Single lamps at wholesale
710 143 I
"greatest work" is nearly + I j3 :?: Orange Lake 'i" 149 pike,boxed and sent safely by express.STtJet v v a
It will be 630" Ocala" 100 125830 \ s our prices. Seeing tit believing.
finished. a series of four 600am t I
I &InS OJ I 4 0. e; Leesburg 530 10 5.aam J t 11\OOpm GLADSTONE LAL.P CO.,
colossal pictures describing the Sleeping 10 ( 5 3S Pt'mherton .. :0 3
'Zo I .
1040 635" .. I 19. 4'ipm 71 Park Place, New T rk.
1 roobnUe I 8S: 3 00 i
x 9 05 535 u Eustis .. '12 910 I
,:1 Harry White, lately appointed master 915 I "T aval'f'lI 'e ;I135am1 I : 55 f. t I BANK J RQLL S&1.8

::1 of the horse to the sultan of Turkey, was Daily; t Daily except Sunday. Trains leaving Jacksonville 8:30 L m. and Pdatka 4:2\J p. m. are TOP
.1 j formerly connected with the viceroyalty daily between Jacksonville and PalatkaINDIA 1
1 of Ireland. STEAMERS ST TTT CIEorST. SEB.t.YILLleaves rbTstdaasjidprM:: sndorss P.r.r.M a splMdld soabyatt.a.
Tims ville at 3:30 and
p. m Tuesdays.! Thursdays _it wttJa Mt aa action for UPrl .ens c tall
Saturdays ANP R B
It is announced that the plumbing in arriving at Jupiter neit morning RETtIU\"DiG.leavea Jupiter Mondays, Wednesdays and TOTTB aria _01 rT.Awoa aINIP ?.rte.
':, Fridays arriving at Titnsville next morning.
Ggden Goelet's new house at Newport, STEAMER GEORIANA leaves Tittuville daily except Sunday at 3j(). leaves Rockledge I about 600, I
R. L, will be all silver plated and will arrive lIt'lbo' 11:30: p'm--RETURXIXOl'*Melbourne *:00 L 10.. arrives Titusville 1 t:0)L m. NASHVILLE TENN p p CUR' E SS
CONNECTIONS: At diverging lines north east and west, At Orange City Junction
: :
toast 0000. for rJ1'* ;, ? .JacbonTdl&.*kWlth At Jupiter,..1th.J. k L W. Ry. for Lake Worth. At San Iford I A
jt: with WRY. for"aklndTarpon Springs. Clearwater and Gulf Coast points and with South THE INTERNATIONAL TYPLRITERAstrintlyavrt.clagemachinefull c O.F lJ-L
The doctors who attended the late kingof Ida R r for Park. il itland. etc. At Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Kej West, Flol'-I
Portugal during the last few weeks of Mobile and for Manatee River points. At Punta Gorda with steamers for Key West, Havana ,
Rasa SL James nd Fort Myers. Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping cars on through fast mail train I ,
l. C1V any SyphlUa gypbUtUe aheamauss Scrotatow Close
illness bills for their
his presented
services daily between.. or and Tampa without change. For information call ou or address and SOTM.dteadolar Sw UlBg KtMrnnaxlui,MfttarU,
amountirg to nearly $100,000. eld Cbreate t'1N.a that h.T. ...*&ed an
I D.F.JACK, General Manager. G. D. ACKERLY, Genl Passenger Agt.

Capt. Selembrini, who represents Italy JACKSOXVITXE, FLORIDA.MflLLORY'S .
.1 I at the maritime congress owns 12,000 I

volumes on nautical subjects. This does

; not include Mr. McGinty's involuntary '

S trip to the bottom of the sea. NEWYORK-FLOR1DA LINES. I i
Catarrh Skin Unene.fcxvma CbroDic F.arW COQplalats I
Chauncey Depew, mindful of the fate ,Xvrcurlml roltoa-.r"d BeldMd.seas MB.
P.F.P.Is a peworfol a ecelNes ; It1.
of the average humorist, says that he

made hia first great mistake when be de- New York Philadelphia Boston & Florida I ; E S
",, livered his first funny speech. He didn'tBee p P.P.. CUR

. it then, but now be realizes it keenly. Sailing from FERNANDINA Fla., Every THt RSDAY: I TIS M
Instead of being regarded as a convincing ; v : -anteJ and R H l U .M..A
YEJV YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m.IP.OX made from \>ry best materials bj ki> Torkmen
logician or a good lawyer, or even as and with best tools ever devised for tt-e purpose .
a serious thinker, he is always taken for W.rrrutd to tlo all that can be reasctrVV a tpected Mr.bending.p Ute SVSMOS rapidly.
of LhA very best typewriter extant Capable of writing Ladies wbos systems an poisoned sad wbos bleed
fanny man.William .i Rio Gra.nd3, tr. 1M words per minute or more according to the II hi aft 1m e"'e
K. Vanderbilt's stables his Connor. ability of the operator. PRICE i'CO.
on Capt. Address PARISH M'FG. CO.,
vast estate at Oakdale, Long Island, r, _a Agents wanted. PARISH X. Y. P P. CUR E SM s'f
State of Texas P
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which Richard M.
: were designed by

.,{ Hunt, have just been completed. They :CapttWil Tams. Eil141ES FAYQRItEtZid : -L A R I A

*I are filled with thoroughbreds, and City of San Antonio,

): manned entirely by English men and ties are peenUariy be.e4sect ib.wonderful(onto i
., Capt. Wilder. blood of 1. P, Asa,ftka
boys. The furnishings,as far as possible, Root and cUtniinf Fotau prvpsrtiM am.LIPPMAN rn tricky

are English also. There is a kitchen for
passengers from Titusvilla Indian River and East Coast poi ,ts arriving in Jacksonville from J.,T.
\ the men and a mess room. For the horses & K. W. Railway, make connection with morning and afternoon trains for Fernandina and Steamers as p. CUBDYSPEPSIA-
?\ there is a bath and a tanbark ring under advertised. p p
Passengers arriving Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be cared for at Fernandina.
there finer
'. glass Altogether are no
. :: stables in America and few that surpass Leave New York. STEAMERS. Leave Fernandina.

i them in Europe. Friday April 4................-......... RIO GRANDE,..........-.........Thursday, April 10FridaV' I

- i 11,........._...........STATE OF TEXASThursday, 17 1HE 'fNE

','i, THE GENTLER SEX. Friday, 18,..........................RIO GRANDE,..................-Thursday, 24 WOODWORK AC41M WEOLESALB BROS.DRVOGISTS, Proprietor ,

., : FridaV, 25,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,...............Thursday, May 1 Af, ifS Uppmin Block. SAVANNAH. CA.

j ,,_ 'Hiss. Rose Elizabeth Cleveland, sister For General information apply to
J. n CUTLER Gen. Pass. Agent, 1. Welt Bay'-treet, Jack90nville.Fla. UNION SQUARE.Nt.SAJ"l: ,
has for the win-
: of
the sia'
,. ex-president, gone G. M. HUBBY Agent,foot of Centre street Fernandina, Fla. CHI ___ TLANTA.GA.CAL..
," to Paola Orange county, Fla. Or to H. B. HERSEY, Indian Rtver Ticket Agent, Titusvillo Fla. ST.LOUIS.MO. |j.V: "' .UJF-73 OAlLAiTEX. HOW?
I } MALLORY & CO. General Agents Pier 20 E. R., N. Y.
r ; Amelia Bloomer rises to remark that C. H. ..
Can the world know man has a good
:I.J she didn't invent the"Bloomer costume, thin unless he advertises the possession.
, and it for : Of It. '-V AJfDUULT.
worn thirty years. Olyde S1earYI; ship Co

/ Ex-Queen Isabella of Spain, who was

turned out of the kingdom twenty years & Florida Lines.The
New York Charleston .
:; ago, thinks the outlook for monarchs is *

,.: discouraging.

,;-1 Miss Florence Confer, the only daughter -

;k of the Michigan ex-senator, has been WRITE US
" appointed to a clerkship in the census
FROM NEW YORK CITY. wherever you live,and
bureau at washii@; BMr. A H. Uawkes;; -Pear Sir; Yocr PATENT f : we will ship yon ar
The two daughters of Lord Mayor EYE GLASSES received sometime sauce, and am '
very much gratified at-the worderlnl change that e : fine instrument on 15
t Isaacs, of London, are deaf and dumb, bas come over n y eyesight since 1 have discardedmy t
A Test Trial in
but have been so well instructed in the old glasfe and am now Tearing yours.

oral system that they can understand a Secretary AUXAS&BGAB.: Stationers1 Board of Trade. your own home.

performance at the theatre by lip read- .Ml fitted at the Dens Store of

:.. ing.The pension department at Washington Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : ,.* / *

has upon its rolls the names of (Standard Time.) "

;r, twenty-seven widows of revolutionary New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York. NO CASH REQUIRED

soldiers who have been regularly paid Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Pier 29, E. River. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays.

pensions up to the present time. Threeof March 81, at 3 p m......CHEROKEE ......Sunday, April 6, at 5 a m Until you hire tested and approved' Our fcizht .
them are 97 of age and two 96. Monday, lA'-8EE.ThursJay April 10, at 8 am FINE SHOW CASES both ways if instrument fails to please ia TUW
years Friday, April 4, at 3pm...... style, price quality. Oars the risk yoon only
The youngest is 71.rt. Monday, April 7, at 3 p m.......JSEMINOLESunday, April 13, at 11 amp 49-Ask for catalogue. to jive&ir and full test, and boy illlWl: pleased.

,. Wednesday, April 9, at 3 p m.IROQUOISTuesda' April 15, at 1 m TERRY M'FG CO..NASHVILLE TENN.HOW'S .
THE LATEST IN STATIONERY. Friday, April 11, at 3 p m...... A'sVARE.ThursJay, April 17, at 2 p m 40,000 Southern HomesSnppliedbynssiaee
.CHEROKEE ......Sunday April 20, at 5 a m
Monday, April 14, at 3 p m ..... tip OQ this TEST TRIAL'
Bright with changeful metallic hues faa Wednesday, April 16, at P. p m...... YEMASSEE,......Tuesday, April 2:, at 6 a m PLAN, first introduced ia the South by....1'...
tray for an ink set made of olive wood Friday April! 18, at 3 p m...... SEMINOLE,......Thursday, April 24, at 8 a m csi method of sale possible,and a great benefit: td
The colors laid ......Sunday April 27. at 10 am'VedneSday thaeatadistancewhocannotvisitc ware-room
are ,
simulating a turbot. Monday April 21, at 3 p m...... IROQUOIS,
k under the polish.A April 23, at 3 p m..DELA".ARE.Tuesday, April 29, at 12 noon ALL RISK SAVEDBy
..... CHEROKEE.Thursday, May 1, at 2 p m
smokers consists of three thimbles Friday April 25, at 3 p m.
set ,
A :Yondaypril 28, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE, .....Sunday, lay 4, atI a m this trial plan and purchasers alsobttery as
standing on an ebony tray. pairof 30 at 3 ..... SEMINOLE, ......Tuesday, May 6, at 5 am t possible instruments at the very lowest
April pm.
Wednesday :
scissors for cutting cigar&and a match : cost. SeCinz oaly the best lastrornent -
X Information Regarding Freight and Passage; apply to made,that will stand the awwt severe aad
lighter attached to the For
are comprehensive tests,we do not fear to sead them one a
Jacksonville T. G. EGER. Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green, New York; on trial and let them stand solely oa their merits.
4 Novel in the extreme and very perfect J A. AD we ask is the privilege of
Jacksonville. shipping en
F- P.A., ap
Is a tortoise with head and feet protrud JOHN L.HOWARD F. F.A.,Jacksonville. F. M. proval. No awe.DO JIo6r. Our freights if we fc*.

ing from the shelL The reptile carries a \VM P. CLYDE & CO.. line rats.IS, ,Sown lork.FINE W. awes, Philadelphia ; 5. Bow..AT YOUR FENCE ? EASY TO BUYFroraBsbyeorrspondence.

cat glass inkstand on his back. I

An admirable imlb.tfon.of three whiter A We have the CHEAPEST and Best No matter whether
WOVEN WIRE FENCING von lire either tea or a dIoasa.Dd mild from a*
cuffs fastened with buttons forms, SHOW GASES >
gold 3 Wire we ship to all Southern States. Oar system isperfect.
r. with the tray on which they rest, a very I Prices ia plain priat and alike to alL
One price only. No more, BO IMS. Large
neat and serviceable: smokers set. __ -. ILOWST JJuCES.-: e'o. Discounts from 4ia.kers prices. AH coasp*.
f' and titian met. Complete outfits free. All freight
An elephant, with raised trunk ; Also Wall and Prescription cases,Cedar paid. Easy iastalImdta. Every mdacemeat that
t other evidences of excitement, makes a Chests, Barber Furniture Jewelry Trays N any Cur dealing house can: offer.:

spirited paper weight, as also do two Cabinet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and p v
donkeys mounted as jockeys on two and Stools. free. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta, Ga. Write for Valuable Information.
Catalogues, Circulars, Special
4 racing dogs. .., I
{ Fall Offers-1889. of
On an fashioned blue plate lies a COOPERAGESyrup Copy new

t ,great "rare ripe" peach, with its rich A. M. Hamilton & Co., PIONEER I Paper-"Sharps and Flats"
ALL FREE. Address
green foliage. The peach is a desk pin 5T8 PE8 ROD.
Barrels $2.25.
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA, Lawn. Garden Poultry and Stock Fend
cushion and an old fashioned black bandied U* and widths.Gates tomatcn- Prices lor.bold
v dealers. Frvlsrfct Paid. 8 n order ten cents extra. UDDEN
table_knife which accompanies; Wholesale Dealers inIndian Gauged to u aiuxi wets WUA nscx to., raiciwo. ILUf. I & BATES
does .-AlMtccl U11TM sad CEMETf.ftY Verne ,
duty as a .paper cutter.Goyer'sStationer Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. .. L

TTwUlwrr IadiadosaIr"lcklebyThis Is hereby given that six months after tSA V ANNAH
winter will not be ahogonev Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers the first publication of this notice I will ,

Jgy FISH from $2.QO. up. present my final accounts and apply to i'.

Bqaeera-How dd you know? t ?"1. Tanksand the County.}ndge;; of"J>.ade 'County for I MY SON..

"1 just saw my cat watching a mouse. my final diSch2ifg :idminfstrator of I ."":
"But what has that to do with th"e&therr Green Turtle and Game. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. the estate otfJtugnst'Hars, of Dade I "Deal with tha men who adv 011),

County, Florida,'deee sed. will never late by -Este, ynattitutf: .w
i iIf.Pting.Lawrence prompt and careful attention T. JOHNSON, .* HEDTRICH HABS"P Write L. &B.S. U.H'/,booth.- '
Everything.; t's a sign of an early rill orders will receive .. a- is
*- ,:whether by telegraph, Florida. Administrator.
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I.! MELBOURNE MENTION. .1 I ways will be given to all intended contestants T. D. GIBBENS,

-.' '.' .. free. Bring along your yachts, Trunks Valises &

VICINITY Mr. John Aspinwall is erecting abridge JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ,
and landing stage on the north
Placed in Pointed Paragraphs for the Bead-
side of his handsome residence, which Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufacturers' -

er's Perusal. will be carried out to Indian River. A Prices, Bags
A who would find fault with
person double elevator will also be erected atthe
this weather, would not be satisfied in Lard Canned Meats Flour
shore end,the motive power of which .

If eaves will be artesian well water. HEAL.Correspondence 23 Per Gent: Be1.o" the B.egu.ars
$Irs.S. F. Gibbs and family start for .
Mr. Wm. Treutler has replaced the AT
Y.Friday next, for their Solicited.
Chautauqua ghtwood,l piles under the Hotel Trcut-

usual summer vacation. ler with brick pillars. Improvements FOR SALE THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR
Marshal S. F. Gibbs has repaired the ,
about this hotel are continually goingon. 3

I steps which at were the in end very of bad the order.general wharf, The steps to the landing stage Portland will NAPHTHA YACHT TARPON, Macbeili's\ Genuine "Pearl Top" Lamp Chimneys Be )

k I be replaced: ] with either stone or -

Fires can be seen in the distance every cement as soon as possible. This 52 Feet Long ; First-class Order, ALWAYS IN STOCK.

night, the ground being so dry that the'muck hotel will be second to none on Indian I Now at Rockledge. Also,

in the ponds will burn. River when all the plans are carried out,
Mrs. C. T. McBride and her brother, which is fast being done under the 2 -Foot Naphtha Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. ,

Mr. Theo. Piazze, start Friday to spend owners push and enterprise.The Now at, Juno, Lake Worth. Also, ROBBINS d3 GRAHA: ,

4: the summer at Brooklyn, N. Y. Kathleen] Capt. Harry Hodgson REAL ESTATE DEALERS

C. H, Stewart is having the sidewalk in command, carried a jolly party over 21-Foot Naphtha Launch. ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD fc EXCHANGED., M '

in front of the Stewart to Tropic Saturday last returning with
balcony All in First-Class Order. All will be Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co., ,
Block put in first-class order. nother. Among the arrivals we were Sold Cheap for Cash.
:Mr. and Mrs. Mathers P. O. Box, 25O,
Mr. R. K. Carson brought over on pleased to note ,

Monday part of the vertebrae of the Mr. and Mrs. John Simmons, Mr. and ADDRESS, TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLORIDA. t

r stranded whale, and also the skin of a Mrs. Jeffries, Miss Willie May, :Mr. F. D. ITLJGHKES, We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list o I

rattler about four feet long, which he Bryan, the :Misses Mala and Mary Bryan, JUPITER, FLA.Brevard carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County. i

killed on the way across the peninusula. )Ir. Bob Mathers, Mr. and Mrs. Snell, RELIABLE on Indian Information River. furnished as to character, location and value of any Pro- i

)Ir. Willet Snell :Mr. John Carter and Co. perty i
Mr. James T. Hogg has concluded his Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
with Capt. C. J. Hector and thers. Col. Casper's pleasant face was and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who
,engagement missed, he not having returned from his may favor us with their patronage. i
;, started last Saturday for Eau Gallie, STATE BANK No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. s
trip to Jupiter. !
where he will devote his time to improving Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low
his place. Eau Gallie's fine schooner, "Queen," priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.

.. Capt. McFadden owner, returned from COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED .
A. L. Ford of Sebastian, passed
horseback a pleasant cruise to St. Augustine Satur- 1889. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary.
V through Melbourne Saturday on ,
day. The party consisted of Capt. Roy Brevard Abs1irao"t of Title Oo.,
having ridden from Enterprise on CAPITAL:
his untamed, steed. He has been visiting :McFadden, Mr. and Mrs. :McFadden, Subscribed, $23OOO; Authorized, Incorporated A. D. 1889.

friends at Atlanta, Ga. sr., Miss Bertha Cook, Capt. Will Fowler $100,000.ACCOUNTS CAPITAL, STOCK, $5,00O ; FULLY PAID ; NON-ASSESSABLE.
of the Maud F and Mr. Alex.]
: ex yacht SOLICITED Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each aJ-
i.i i A large party enjoyed a pleasant Gingras, of Rockledge.] After a pleasantrun dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz.,$MO( ;
cursion last Friday on the steamer Eleanor to ye ancient city, the party set Money to Loan at Lowest Rates for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.

I visiting Oak Lodge and Sebastian, sail on the return trip on the 9th instantat DIRECTORS: Taxes Paid for NonResidents.For t

returning after nightfall. The northeast 8 a.m. and crossed the Smyrna bar at ALBERT TAYLOR, President. For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and "t
breeze was rather cool, developing good JAMES HOLMES VicePresident.R. incident of Taxes and Insure them loss Tax
I f"t 5:30 p. m., returning with a cargo of ba annoyance to the Payment against by
appetites. B. HOLMES Cashier.J. Sale. 12 ,
nana plants,pineapples, sappodillas,man- is!. Sanders. J. F. Wooten.INDIANRIVERSTATE Box 250, Titusville, Fla. .
woods fire last Thursday,
Another big goes, etc., which were disposed of to the _.
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burning around Wm. M. Campbell's manager and proprietor of Rocked] e's 4

place and destroying some fence for him. fine winter resort, the Hotel Indian BANK. GARDNER & SON

It jumped Crane Creek at a spot at least River. The Queen is now on the owner's

60 feet wide add continued on throughthe ways, being overhauled preparatory to a Tllusvillc, Florida.
Call Your Attention to their Fine, NE'VSTOC
dense hammock along the creek. return trip, having been chartered by a Incorporated under Laws State of Florida.

Millions of (red: bugs') lives were sacrifice party of tourists who intend visitingour Authorized Capital, $100,000, I OF G-OODS

?!,and no very great damage done. Indian River and Lake Worth dis ,
Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A .
'. The May-day Regatta continues to be tricts. Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Tailor-Made Clothing] ,from the largestand
the theme of conversation. Over $200 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- most Celebrated Manufacturers in New York. An Elegantand
was subscribed in a short time. We hope THE EAU CALLIE CONTROVERSY.Mr. Complete Line of Men's Furnishings. A Complete
subscriptions will come in from other J. O. Walton still Stands Firm and W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, Assortment of Men's Ladies & Children's Shoes
places, as all are interested in the regatta. Ignores Mr.A. II.Trafford as his Partner, WM. M. BROWN, Cashier. ,

'* Last year not a single subscription was but Admits there Is an Agreement Be- Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar- From the finest to good knockabout every-day goods, made by the best and moat
received from north of Eau Gallic or tween Them for this Season only. Mr. nett, J. H. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and celebrated factories in this country.

I south of Valkyria,except one from Bessey Walton explains the situation. W. M. Brown. .. .
Also a line:: Of Troupe Sa"toieJ..s:
Bros. of St. Lncie. favor consistent with ConseryatiyeCorrespondents
SIR-It appears A. H. Trafford is very Every
E1io.. unto.
The residence of Col. Conable, at the anxious to be recognized as a partner of Baukiil cltclldca
You are cordially invited to Call at our Store in the new Bank Building and
folks of Turkey Creek, occupied by himself mine, but in this case I still claim it Is Inspect these Goods. "'
: Seaboard Nat'!Bank,of
,daughter and soninlawlr.. Howard not a partnership in accordance with a New York ; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville.

Turner, was destroyed by fire last week. true acceptation of the term in law, but -
E. L. BB.ADY'Groceries
Being thatched with palmetto leaves,very merely an agreement or contract be- ,

dry and inflammable, it is supposed it tween us to grow vegetables this seasonon Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

took fire from cinders blown clear over half share, as I previously: stated. HODGSON BROS. ,

the broad hammock. Even the bedding If he will refer to the agreement he will I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple andFancy'

rescued from the building and deposited, discover the fact that I am to furnish assistance .

it was supposed in safety,was consumed.The not assist ; for i take it for Groceries Fruit and Food Products
General Merchants I
loss falls heavily on Mr.Turner, who granted that I am not laboring under an ***
Of all kinds. Also Stock of
when I that it
has our heartfelt sympathy. erroneous impression say

is not usual, in any part of the world, Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Food & Wheat.
EAU CALUE. for the party who supplies all the money ':
do the laborious work also. Eau G-allie, Florida. I am the only House on Indian River dealing$: exclusively in the above Line of
Mr. Geo. Houston spent the Sabbath to Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
with his family. In the Eau Gallic items it said, "A. your patronage. Very truly,

rr .. H. Trafford, who is in partnership withJ. E. L. BRADY.
Captain John Carey left for his Rochester INDIAN RIVER
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O. Walton. Of course that state-
(N. Y.,) home Monday of last
I ,; week. ment, if not refuted by me, might imply GOLDSMITH BROS.We .
I partnership in everything, and the circulation I
,..: John McAlister has just completed a of so false an idea I certainly Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors and baring
strong and useful landing stage on the could not, nor would not tolerate under enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning, we solicit the $good: will of our
friends in continuance of the We shall always full Stock of
the circumstances.If a same. keep a
Eau Gallie River in front of his lotThe
t, A. H. T. refers to my letter in the
1 Rev. S. F. Gove is expected on STAR he will observe that -I explain the Day Week or Month. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Notions, Etc.,

; Sunday next, when service will be held partnership (as he illegally endeavors to invite
friends look
And especially our to at our Bargains in this line. We
in the Baptist church usual 10:30( define it) is simply in vegetables for this
as have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies, which is
which under his industrious
season only, very .
worth Seeing and Buying.
i. a.m.Captain (n management, has proved JACKSONVILLE We only deal in
John Houston has purchased something like the Panama Canal-a CO., First-Glass Goods"
ten acres of land on the Eau Gallic good sinking fund. ,
As for the latter part of his letter, to Dealers i11lonumenu Bought in first-class manner, and guarantee price as well as quality.
river,and will proceed once to improveit it is ridiculous
people! sense, really GOLDSMITH BROS. TITUSYILLE'FLA.
and plant a truck farm. and shows A. H T.'s true character. On ,

l\Ir.and Mrs. Aspinwall and John E. that part of his communication it is = Headstone, I
needless to comment. Strawberry Plants: j.xJ.: Sep1iexn..bcr
lil. Hodgson and family paid a visit to I do not wish to take up any more of == Iron Fencing, Nunan's Improved and Hoffman18 Seedling, $4.00per 1000. Order early.

the county town during$: the week. your space with this-to your readers CDZ W Lawn Furniture Several Brands of FERTILIZERS .specially adapted to our soil and climate.INDIAN .

Hodgson Bros.'Sharpie Belle carried the most uninteresting subject on a one sea- Fo4 Marble, RIVER I RAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Datidge Fertilizer Co.
party. son's agreement to grow vegetables. ]I Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapet and
merely wished to correct a mistaken notion A Granite, Slate, David e's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
Mr. Jas. Stewart has the thanks of that had gained circulation, of: :2 Q
: g Onyx. JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.
some of, our citizens for his kindness in A. H. Trafford being in partnership with --------------- -

sending unlimited quantities of. ripe, me, and I am justified in refuting that CD Building Stone, A. FRO SCHER II
erroneous statement. so that nobody will .!: Wire Fencing, FOR SALE ,
delicious tomatoes by the last trip of the ,
labor under any misapprehension with 3: Slate Mantels, TITUSVILIiE, FLOBIDJL
steamer. regard to our* relative positions re the I Iron.Msntele.Orates.. Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden

The steam yacht Sassacus, Captain' above.In The Bagger Grove
Bradley owner, is expected daily in our I strongly conclusion recommend I may A.state H. Trafford that I can to Coffins, Cases and Caskets

harbor, and will remain here for the anyone requiring a good "sleeping part- Merritt's Island, Indian Hirer, Funerals attended If de"|red. All orders
months in the of Messrs cash. promptly executed and at reasonable rates.
summer care ner, tan Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South. Embalming done.
(,- Hodgson Bros. Consists of 400 Orange Trees mostly
Eau Gallic, April 14th.
( We are pleased to note' decided im- in bearing, besides Limes, Guavas and ST. LTJOIE. HOUSE
Bananas, and about 8 Acres of uncleared ,
provement in the health of Rev. F. E. Notice Taxpayers. -
Land. Opposite Indian.River Inlet
Shober since his arrival in our commu date the books for Bre Beautiful
After this tax situation,overlooking the In- ST. LUCIE FLORIDA.
nity. Deep water and high,rocky shores vard county, Fla., will be open at Titus- dian and Banana River. ,

are not conducive to malaria. ville on each Friday and Saturday until In And fart all anything kind of mad Tiling of.Ii'lre. Hearths, Iron,Wire or any Mats kind, and of For terms and .other particulars address Unrivalled Hunting, Fisli-'
the 25th day of April at which time 1)
Captain McFadden wishes it to be Stone. ing Etc.
i L' they will be,closed.: All other times ]I Send for Catalogue at the came time, stating the Boating,
known to all who intend entering their can befoundtat>.my'homeri City Point, atyle of goods you are la need of. u we hare different Dr. Wittfeld, Georgiana, Fla.; FirstClassAecommodalions.. Openedrom -

boats at the :Turkey Creek Regatta on Fla. :\Hl***' E. W. HALL business.Catalogues In the different branches of our 25 Or, F. H. GOULD, 15 Roseville aVe.,. I January 1st to May 31st.

the 1st,of May that the use of his boat April.. L, 1890L.1.,...%.:.,."'-, Tax Collector.' 25 Laura Street Jacksonrille, Fla. Newark.., X. J.. .' t -.* JAMES PAINE, Propriator.


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