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:
June 12, 1890


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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LOCAL LACONICS., -Mr. Frank Forster, of Indian River -Shoes, hats and millinery goods at -The highest temperature recorded by WE'LL CELEBRATE !

Narrows, was in town last Friday." cost at Rumph's. the Signal Service, yesterday, in the

THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. Tinware, and many lines we are -Co1. Grover and wife expect to start shade, was 86.
going out of, at cost, at Rumph's.Mr. about the 20th for Minnesota to spend a -Mrs. Geo. W. Morton arrived at the
Current Events of Our
Briefly and Suburb. J. N. Shuler, of Baltimore Md., few months. Indian River Hotel,last night, from Mor Cheap Steamer and Railroad Excursion

Epitomized. was registered at the Grand View this -l\lr.Jno. P. Usher, Jr., of City Point, ristown, N. J. Rates and a Programme that will Inter-

-Notions, gloves, Hamburg's, white week. I was registered at the Grand View Hotel There will be Holy Communion at est All.

goods, etc., etc., at cost, at Rumph' -Send to Lockwood Bros., Melbourne, last Thursday.A the Presbyterian Church at the evening The committee, appointed at the meet-

-Mrs. Max Hoeck started yesterday for a sample of the best sand fly net at new post office has been established service, Sunday, June 29th. ing held last Friday morning to arrange

morning for New York to spend a few three cents a yard. on Hobe Sound, this side of Jupiter -Rey. J. N. Jones returned last night and publish a programme for a Fourth
of July celebration held Monday
months.H. a meeting
-Catholic Services at the new hall on called Tahiti. from his trip to Green Cove Springs, and
adopted the
C. Hargrove, of New Orleans, next Sunday. Mass and Sermon at 10a. -No one bores better or cheaper artesian Jacksonville and other places.Mr. following pro-

was among the guests, stopping at the m., standard time. wells than F. P. Hall, of Georgiana. J. E. Gruber has given up his gramme Base ball-to: commence at 9 o'clocka.

Grand View Monday. MoneyI I Money 11 Money III to Write him for prices. position at the store of Mr. G. B. Rumph m., between the fat and lean nines of

-Mr. W. R, Sanders arrived in town loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins left for DeLand where he has been clerking for the past Titusville. .The fat men to be dressed in

Monday, and will remain a week or so Graham, Titusville, Fla. yesterday morning to represent some law eight months.A Mother Hubbards under the captaincyof

longer to place the tax. books in proper The recent heavy rains have raised cases in court at the above place. telegram to Capt. Rice from Marshall Capt. W. B. Watson ; the leans to

order. the water in the river so that it is now -For the information of numerous Texas, Tuesday evening, stated wear tights, Mr. Ed. L. Brady, captain.The .

-Dr. W. W. Winthrop.of Hardee- higher than it has been for over two inquirers we would say that the evening that his son Lee, who recently was* sent game will be played in front of the

ville, left here Tuesday morning for New years. train on Sunday does not bring in the there by the South Florida Railway, was Grand View. Mr. S. H. Ray, chairmanof

York, where he will spend the summer -M. B. Bunnell, brick-layer and mail. not expected to survive the night, from the committee having the work in

4. months. plasterer, is prepared to take contracts -Mr. R. W. Rhodes, of Sanford, paidour typhoid fever. His brother, S. E. Rice, charge.

-Mrs. Tancre, of Ankona, was registered anywhere on Indian River. Addressall town a visit, which, by the way, was is with him. Shooting match-at 10 o'clock for cash

at the Grand View last. Friday. communications to Titusville, Flori his quondam home last Saturday and The committee having in charge the prizes amounting to $20.00; probably a

Mrs. Tancre is on her way north for a da. 29 Sunday.Mr.. Fourth of July Celebration has engagedthe rifle and glass ball contest; further par-

while. -1\lr. M. C. Holmes, wife and child, E. D. Raney, of Enterprise, Orlando Band, consisting of twelve ticulars later. This affair will be in

-1fr. Chas. H. Watson, who has beenon of New Orleans, arrived here Monday made a brief visit to our town this week, pieces, to furnish music during the day- charge of Mr. W. M. Brown.

a week's trip to Jacksonville, is again evening. Mr. Holmes is a brother of Dr. arriving on the evening train Sundayand time, and the Orlando Orchestra, of four "Pigs in the Clover.-A new and

at his old post on board the steamer St. Holmes, of City Point, whom he will returning the next morning.Mrs. pieces, will furnish music for the dance. novel entertainment, at 11 o'clock. A
visit. The band is the best south of Tallahassee, $5.00 prize to the person corraling the
Henry Titus started on yester- pigs. Mr. V,'.P. Lawshe will have
and the orchestra furnishes the best dance chargeof
Messrs. J. H. and M. S. Sams, of -Mrs.: S. S. White, of Coquina, just day morning's train for a two weeks' music in the State. this.

Courtney, were in town this week, Mr. south of Rockledge, was a passenger on visit to Jacksonville. Henry is now disconsolate Boy's Boat Race-at 12 o'clock. Rules

J. H. Sams attending the meeting of the the steamer St. Augustine, Monday, on and is anxiously awaiting her -Mr. W. Wilson, of Courtney, showedus similar to race held last year. $15.00
her to Iowa to visit her return. some seeds of the Aristolochia Indica,
Board of Public Instruction.Mr. way daughter,
cash in prizes. Under the charge of J.
on Saturday, the leaves of which are .
T. M. .
Geo. W. Clark, manager of the Morzirgo.Cypres9 -Mr. Julius Tyler and wife, of Fort P. Turner.
utilized for counteracting the poison of
Jacksonville Marble Co., has been in ties are being laid in placeof Pierce, were among the passengers on the the deadly cobra in the East Indies. It Regatta-at 2 o'clock p. m. Prizes,

town a few days the past week lookingup the old pine ties which have rotted steamer St. Augustine last Friday, bound is said that this antidote has met with rules, etc., to be found in another column.

the interests of his firm. He stoppedAt out on the railroad. Section master for their northern home in New Haven, marked success in India in cases of cobra Messrs. E. B. Wager, J. P. Turner and
the Indian River. Beck has charge of the work and is rather Conn. Geo. W. Morton, committee.
bite, and some of our Indian River '
short of hands to expedite the work. -Lockwood Bros. of Melbourne haveno Tug-of-War 3 o'clock. A chancefor
-Manager Watson is so well pleased people are going to try to grow it here for
with the patronage the Sebastian has -Mr. C. B. Corey must expect to build special bargain day. You can always use in cases of rattlesnake bite. Howwe the giants to test their strength col

secured and held on the St. Johns that : quite extensively near Pepper haulover find bargains, and good ones, anytime. are to test its worth as an antidote lectively. A cash prize. :Mr. W. M. r

he says the Company w\ll probably keep House of Refuge, as he has recently Try them. Special attention given to i to the poisonous bite of a rattlesnakewe Brown will have charge of the war.

her there permanently.Mr. purchased a bill of lumber from Mr. L. river orders. are unable say, for very few are willing Arrangements are being perfected

Lewis Powe of Rockledge was C. Oliver amounting to nearly 100,000 -The sloop Solid Comfort with a to subject themselves to the bite for whereby cheap excursion rates willl be !
in town last Saturday and gave our office feet. party from Cocoa and Merritt arrived the sake of an experiment or science ; given from all points on the River and |

a short call. He is still undecided how -Mr. S. A. Marshall, of Waycross, here Sunday and started Monday morn- and again, rattlesnakes are not so plentiful Railroad. Brass and String Bands will

much more of this summer weather he Ga arrived here Monday evening to ing for Daytona where they will remain as they can be found when required. be in attendance, and in the evening ,the

will take Indian River. work for Mr. Oliver in the lumber business about a month. celebration will close with a Grand ,
on SABBATH SCHOOL EXCURSION AND Dance at the new Masonic hall.
but concluded he preferred his -Sheriff Bowman has gone on a visit
-Sergeant Hersey, of the Signal Ser- PICNIC.
home place after the first day spent to Middle Florida, stopping at Monti-
vice office, informs us that the rainfallfor THE REGATTA.
here. cello and other places. Mrs. Bow The second annual Picnic of the In-
here than for
May, was larger many
and Mrs. visited relatives at Mims last week heldat I To be Sailed at Tltusvllle Over the Usual
years. The total fall for the month was -Mr. E. C. Thomas startedfor man dian Riyer S. S. Association will be

something over fifteen inches. Melbourne the latter part of last week. I returning home Sunday afternoon.Mrs. East Melbourne, on Thursday, June Course on the Fourth; Open to all Yachts.

For a few days after Mr. Thomas' departure -I Buie, wife of Capt. Buie, in 26th, inst. (Next day if Thursday is -Lake Worth, Halifax St.Augustine and
Married: on the 5th inst, in the Rock- Elsewhere.
Mr., Oliver was kept quite busily company with Miss Charlotte Palmer, stormy.)' The steamer St. Augustine is
ledge Presbyterian Church by Rev. John
engaged with his lumber business until took a trip to Cocoa and back on Satur- chartered for the excursion. The Association The entries for the race will be open
Foy Mr. Albert S. Magruder of Rock-
he secured an assistant. day. Miss Palmer went to view a resi- is undenominational. Every in two classes. All boats measuring 20
to Miss Grace Hemmingway of
ledge ,
The fast yacht Hero, owned by Mr dence and lot she intended purchasing. I school on Indian river that is willing to feet and upward will constitute the First
Hartford, Conn. The STAR extends con-
to the Geo. Magruder, of Oak Hill, has been -About twenty sacks of flour, one bar- bear its proportion of the expense and class; those under 20 feet, the Second
gratulations happy couple. furnish its luncheon is cordially invitedto class. The rule for measurement to be
hauled out at Simonson's boat-ways for a rel of lard and one of oil washed up on
-Fishing with rod and reel continues thorough overhauling. This work goingon the beach at Narrows last week. Also a join. Further particulars upon appli- -water line added to length over all and

excellent at Sand Point and every day, just at this time, it looks as thoughher dead "devil fish" (octopus). The flour cation.'V. divided by two-which gives half the
either rain shine fishing parties can L. HUGHLETT.
or overhang to counter stern boats.
intended her in the and lard !
to the
owner run were duly reported to un-
I. R. S. S. Association.
be discerned in their boats from town. Sec'y
Fourth of July regatta. derwriters. The time allowance will be computed
They catch trout and channel bass, and according to the Herreshoff table, which
-Artesian wells are the simplest -Captain Simonson has sold his sloop WRECKED ON THE EAST COAST.A .
sometimes take in a shark or a catfish, has been used on Indian river for many
possible means of irrigation. No pumps, "Yankee Doodle" to Mr. C. B. Corey for
too. from Lake Worth dated the years.
tanks or towers to buy, build and repair $400. Mr. Orlando Quarterman carried special ,
-Mr. Lewis Powe and daughter Miss 7th inst., to the Times-Union, says : The prizes in the First class will be
continually. For artesian wells-deep, her over to Banana Creek Tuesday. We
Louise, accompanied Mr. L. B. Powe and Samuel Rhodes, Robert Trapp and H. A. $75.00 for the best corrected time; $30.00
difficult, or in abandoned or untried ter now expect to see Captain Simonson start
wife and Miss Cummings as far as this Trapp, while returning a few days ago for the next best.
ritory-apply to J. A. Durst, Pioneer work on his new boat.
place last Friday to see them start on from Circuit Court, at Juno, to their In the Second class, $50.00 for the best
Well Sinker, Titusville. Fla. Messrs. Jno. W. Sheffield of Ameri-
their way north. Mr. Powe and wife.and homes at Miami, were struck by a heavy corrected time; and $20.00 for the next
Miss Cummings spent the winter at Mr. -Mrs. B. B. Pope and her cousin, Miss cus, and W. S. Bell, of Albany, Georgia! squall outside. Their mast was snappedoff best.

Susie Lorimier, accompanied by Mr were visitors to our town last Thursdayon Entrance fee in First class Second
Lewis Powe's Rockledge home. and the boat (a small sloop) drifted $7.50; -
Frank Ironmonger, returned to Jacksonville some real estate business in which Mr. helplessly until it came ashore three class, $5.00. There must be four
-The friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sheffield is largely interested with Mr.
last. Mrs.
Saturday morning Pope miles south of Hillsborough Inlet, whereit entries in each class.
Eacott will learn with great regret the quite enjoyed her visit to Titusville, and Robert Morrow, our townsman. remains in a dangerous position. All boats must be entered by the 3rd

death of their infant daughter Claribel, hopes to pay another visit to Indian -The proposed ordinance prohibiting Parties coming up the beach also report of July, 8 o'clock p. m. This is imperative. -
at Urbana: Ohio, last Wednesday morn- River at future period. All entries be
some horses and mules running at large on a large new centerboard boat float- must accompanied

ing. The child was taken sick on their -Miss Schuyler, sister-in-law of Mr. our streets has been an important topicof ing near Orange Grove Life Saving by the entrance fee, and should be madeto
from Florida to Ohio, and
journey Geo. W. Morton, who has been in town discussion the past week. As soon as Station. This cannot be a part of the Mr. Geo. W. Morten, Titusville.

about ten hours after they had reached for a few months, left here for Jackson- last week's STAR was out petitions for Rhodes' wreck, as his hull came ashore Measurements will be made the morningof

their destination. ville yesterday, en route to her home at and against the new ordinance were intact. the Fourth at 8 o'clock.

-Captain Harry Shaw, Superintendent Morristown, N. J. A few of her friends quickly circulated around for signatures HYPOLUXO. JUDGES

of the Life Saving Service of the were at the station to bid her adieu. She which will be presented at the meetingof J. H. Hogan, J. H. McLean, J. II Sams.

East Coast,arrived here with the schooner leaves Jacksonville today for New Yorkon the Town Council this afternoon The There have been some heavy dews. Canaveral, Daytona, Courtney

Corinne last Saturday from his trip down board the steamer Seminole. I majority of our citizens seem to think Capt. H. D. Pierce reports 16 and 19- MEASURER,

the river. He informs us that the rumor -Miss Hutchinson, who has been that horses and mules are, properly speaking 100 inches of rain for the month of May. :M. McFadden. Melbourne,

of Mr. Bassett's appointment as keeperof stopping at the Indian River Hotel for stable animals in an incorporatedtown The sharpie "Illinois" has returned TUIJ-KEEPER.S. ,

Turkey Creek House of Refuge is several months past, started north yes- and should, therefore at least, be from a wrecking cruise to the southward D. Geiger, Titusville.
without foundation. terday morning. She said she had been kept shut up during the night time. The with a full load of plunder. Capt. Chas.
Pierce, A. W. Gannett and the Bradley TIME CALCULATOR,
..Hon. G. S. Hardee, the Misses Flora, away from home longer than she antici Town Council will, probably, pass an boys were the crew. So the fatted calves H. W. Bessey, Waveland.The .

Emma and Minnie Hardee, and also pated, and as her relatives had precededher ordinance to this effect. having returned, per adventure we must
II will be sailed under the
kill the prodigal.Old regatta
three children of Mr. and Mrs. north some time ago, she was feeling -Mr. J. A. Durst arrived from Lake
younger Ned Pent, the mail carrier the rules of the Boston Yacht Club with the
Harde'e the Grand View Monday homesick. She is not certain about returning Worth on the steamer St. Lucie Sunday
arrived at
beach from Lake Worth to Miami, was exception that shifting ballast will be
evening from White Sulphur Springs, next winter. morning. Having completed the artesian at the latter place when the wreck oc- allowed. All ballast in the boat at

Fla., where the Misses Hardee have been -All day Monday a certain young well for Mr. C. S. Cragin, which endedat curred and being an old wrecker himself, measurement must be
retained duringthe
school. Their Rockledge of a depth of 1,212 feet; he is now on it was like drawing teeth to have to turn
town painfully
attending of was
man our his back on the thousands of dollars race. In the race each boat will be
'. friends will gladly welcome them back of a certain stump in the a few days visit to Sumter county where
the presence worth of goods coming ashore, but he numbered according to the start by a
again. edge of the county road near Addison he is seeking to drill more artesian well gritted his old snags, shouldered his mail large figure on the peak of the main sail,
Mr. Durst's is heavy and consists I bas and resolutely turned his face northward -
for he driving to town apparatus
returned Saturday Point, as was both sides the tell
-Rev. James Bolton Ratione so judges can readily
before Boca
A his struck this said of considerable machinery, so he ; just reaching
from attending District Conference night before, buggy I Lake, he found, and after much labor each boat.
which caused the horse to run cannot move his outfit from place to
- Cove the bank barrel of lard
of M. E. Church South at Green stump put up against a ,
also the Commencement Exercises away. The reins: onto which he held, place, profitably, for wells that only go after walking a few miles he met a cert- -Mr. F. T. Budge took a trip as far
Springs, down three hundred feet. He ain Indian River schooner-the schooner
him out of the vehicle and several two or
Leesburg.Mr. drew and back
as Brantley on Monday.
at but the lard went with her-
( look to drill the larger and deeper went on,
. bruises then caused him to let go, to prefers
Bolton says the latter were the Captain's extenuating plea for his
and leave the other work for the
good and the weather was fine ; but out for himself. The damage was slight greasy conduct being, that he was next ABBOTTS EAST INDIAN CORN
, much thicker than on I I to the buggy, but the walk to town was lighter weights. Titusville is now his of kin to the contenfcj'of the barrel. PAINT removes Corns, Bunions and
:; mosquitoes were 1 headquarters. I RUTHVEN. Warts in a marvelous manner.
a long one.
i' Indian River. '

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will,still with perfecT' either CONDENSATIONS.More Dr. J. H. McLean's Chills and Fever Advice to Mothers !
wedw cl".houlda1" .
and warranted children ,
.ask you to be seated, or show you into Cure is gentle in action, a be areau cutting tHth. 1&re I

the next room, where Mr. Du Val, the than 2,000 Italian workmen were certain cure. 50 cents a bottle.r quiet heVesthelittlesnSereratonce: aleeRandthelitUechernbawateaaa'Zuight;itprOdueeanabua ,

THE BUSY MEN OF NEW YORK prince of private secretaries,will ask you employed on the Forth bridge.In Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, that Tired as IOOthe a the I. wry pleasant to taste It

AND THEIR DOORKEEPERS.It again. If you are wise you will tell Mr. Glasgow there are 35,89 houses of Feeling, Faintness, Dyspepsia, Blood Dis- .regulates ehDdlOf'tenltheguuualla'I&11p&in t and is the beitGoWU remed;

Du Val what you want. If he cam, he one apartment, and 54,960 of two apart- orders, Eczema, Blotches, Pimples, Sallow for othercausea.diarrhoea, whether arising from teething 01'

will attend to your business, and save ments. Skin and most diseases result from an impure Twenty-fire cents: a bottia

Is Quite Impossible to Pass Some of is condition of the Blood. it
Mr. Depew the trouble. If it really Chocolate is used in the interior of : Purify

the Latter--Man Doorkeepers Only essential that you should see the great South America for a currency, as are with Dewitt's Sarsaparilla. We sell and "The Gladstone"

Exercise Proper Caution in Admitting Clan himself, you will be shown into his cocoanuts and eggs. recommend it. Dixon & Grey.

Strangers. room as soon as he is disengaged. Thereis floats onesixthof Sudden change of and humidity LAMP
The English flag over temperature .
fuss and about it .
no no flummery :-
[Special Correspondence.! whatever. the population and one-eighth of the of the atmosphere often produce I '111 c-. hthefnertlampfathewnrlda .

NEW YOKK. June 5.-Wu1dyou like the surface of the habitable globe.A disorders of the kidneys and bladder. Use I itgirr+aieresofnh$111_
There are men who enjoy privi- ant .
Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and _
to know bow to reach some of the busy lege, such as it is, of seeing Mr. Jay London genius has invented a hot Balm to check these troubles in their Kidney incip- -T. r.- power.than gu Fnrerandbnrhter light t softer than

men of New York in case you had -occasion Gould; whenever they call on him, even water apparatus to warm piano keyo, so iency. q electrio light-more

to do so? in business hours. One such is that very that dainty fingers may not be chilled.In ; rocheerful ,.than... hgJttfraft either.
I don't the editors I mean the lamp oily
mean Dwitt's will
Sarsaparilla renew and
clever uawspaper man, Howard Irving the United Kingdom 28 criminals Seeing is i3elievir.I.
busy men. Everybody knows that edit- purify the blood, eradicate disease and .. ''
Smith. We used to call him Cocktail were sentenced to death during 1889,19in iTJII' A ''onderfiu lamp"
ors have very little to do. 'Theyjust sit make digestion We sell it. Dixon ..., It II Indeed. Never
Smith, up in camp when the Seventh England, 4 in Ireland and 5 in Scot- needs trimming, never
in an office and read newspapers and & Grey. smokes nor breaksehimneysneTer"meu
regiment was at Peekskill, because his land. .
write few col-unns a day'Of their reflections .
a of the oil; no flicker
on matters of interest, and loo- ever ready laugh was so invigorating in There exist at present 3,064 different Appetite and sleep may be improved, climbing of the

their mail and answer letters and the morning. How he won Mr. Gould's languages spoken by the inhabitants on every part of the system strengthened and nor\rJ annoyance, smt can of

over favor I don't know, but he could get an whose religious .convictions the animal spirits regain their bouyancy not explode ABU
attend to the make of their our globe, ( ,. .. .
up :papers by the use of Dr.J. II. .l\IcClean'sStrength- It give a ttt r.
interview time he went for it when
every creeds.In .
divided into 1,000 different whltel'lAI,10Ioao;
and and book- are
and the reporters printers he was'"reporting Wall street." A stranger ening Cordial and Blood Purifier.Dewitt's j times kite Jt briUancy
keepers and other fellows do all the a library in Paris, the largest in the of any ordinary AoN.eLI.gfFlnwhedmelL
howeverhas much chance of seeing e[
work. If you don't know "what the as world, is a Chinese chart of the heavens Little Early Risers. Best pill Brass. Nickel Gold or
John the Baptist as of seeing Jay Gould. for Sick Headache and Sour Stomach. Antique Bronze. Also
make up is just call on the nearest editor made about 600 years before Christ. In
The public do not even know where his Sold Dixon Tike Gladstone Extension Study Lamp
by ; Grey.
when he is found to be
about the time makingup this chart 1,460 stars are correctly
office is. If you find that out, and go for Clergymen, Editors, Students, Teachers,
and csk him. He will "be only too there, will find it impossible even to inserted, as corroborated by the The danger of a malarial atmospheremay Professors, Lawyers, Physicians and other

pleased to show you all about it and -explain you scientists of the present day. be averted if will occasionally professional men.
learn whether he is in or not, and Mr. you The Gladstone
Banquet Lamp
it us he goes along. An editor is Gould would as soon think of giving a The appliance of hydraulic power to take a dose of Dr. J. II. McLean's Chills The Gladstone Piano Lamps.
to receive calls. You can and Fever Cure.Dewitt's .
always glad seamless boatsis
the manufactured steel
stranger a million dollars as of giving Send for price list. Single lamps at u-Aofc-
drop in any time and help him read his him a five minute interview. one of the latest things in England. sale price,boxed and sent safely by exvreu.Wet .
and he will giT'.eYO\1 cigar Little Early Risers. Most our prices..f is Mlcviny
exchanges, a Russell different. If These boats are thought to be in every
Sage is very you pleasant cathartic liver made.
and drink of whisky and chat
a good particular superior to those made of wood
go to his office on Broadway, next dooi Sold by Dixon &; Grey.If 71 Park Place, New Yrk.
pleasantly all the afternoon. And you to Trinity churchyard, you will be told and can be made at about the same cost. -

can tell him while you are there ,how to he is busy, and one or two of his clerks A Belgian has lately invented a musical the stomach performs its functions ;; .

improve his paper. will try hard to learn the nature of your shirt on the cuffs of which frag- actively and regularly the food of which it il:'11 a ; ..
But I the who is the receptacle is transformed into bloodof y
mean busy men-men ,
errand. If they fail, and you persist in ments of a score are printed so that if I" :
railroads and commercial a nourishing quality which furnishes UJ.!:
run great enterprises .
will be permitted tc the instrumentalist be a flutist harpistor r
your purpose, you and
and vigor warmth to the whole the
and banks body,
ment and, things. :Men, like city these govern-are wait in the outside room until Mr. Sage cornetist, he has his entire part under remedy to give i tone to the stomach is Dr. :t1 ..... ft."" 1111.-1....

has a moment's leisure, when he will his eye, and need not carry any further J. II. McLean's Strengthening Cordial II
apt to put on a pretense of superiority, "I: .
come out and talk with :you. music about with him. and Blood Purifier.
and try to refuse the ordinary citizen TENHV
Roswell P. Flower, the congressmanand '
The title of "doctor was first invented
the of little friendly --- - -
privilege a conver- When get all out of sorts Billious -
banker, follows Mr. Claflin's plan. you ,
in the Twelfth and first
sation, especially when the citizen is a century, was Dyspeptic, Despondent,Blood impure Liver THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER
He has a suite of parlors in his bank, and conferred Irnerius. William Gordenic -
stranger and they cannot make Any inactive, lack of ambition, tired feeling
if want to see him in business hours: -
out of him. So to you was the first person upon whom the title and _
they everything r'
great to
money go goes wrong, just come us
all have to do is to walk into the
and trouble to fit inner offices you of doctor of medicine was bestowed; he and get a bottle of Dewitt's Sarsaparilla. \it -;;-; -=::- "
first of these and sit down. Nobody .. ,
and maintain great numbers of parlors received it from the college of Asti in It is a perfectly reliable preparation and -- -
will stop and as soon as Mr.
'secretaries and clerks and office you 1329. will build you up and renew your strength. .
boys Th: ::::: Jj"""": --' -u.r;
Flower has moment to he will
Dixon &
solely for the purpose of preventing a give attention.The The cost to England of the influenza Grey.A 113 'mss -

sociable man, who may call to make you epidemic is estimated at$10,000,000,about beautiful woman must be healthy 1. ffil
great lawyers are usually very ac ,
their acquaintance, from getting access cessible. Senator Conkling, even when one-half of this amount having been paid and to remain healthy and beautiful she :

to them.I by insurance companies and friendly so- should take Dr. J. "McLean's Strength- __ F .
was busiest with his enormous lawpractice l
should say the two Rockefellers, would find time to cieties, and the remainder representingloss ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. It imparts ...!.:z. ; :.( ,
always see ..
John D. and William, and Henry M. of wages and disorganization of bus- tone and flush to the skin, strength, {.WCl' .. ,"7.Z .
almost who had business with : .
Flagler are the hardest men now in New everybody iness. vigor and pure blood ; is equally adapted ........ .' "' 1.-. :-
him. Senator Evarts is If .
York for a stranger to get at. They are an exception. A citizen of Osaka for all ages, from the babe to the aged, of ... .
it is for of his wealthy Japan, ...
possible one partners 01 either sex.Cleanse. ...... ,. ..
principal men in the great Standard who is the of rich mine ..... '
clerks to act for him, a stranger has no owner a copper : .. ...
O'l: combination, and. when they are in has celebrated in a rather peculiar man breath and -
chance of seeing him. your regulate your
A strictly first-cla s machine fullntedand
the city, are daily at the palatial offices in Among clergymen, Henry Ward ner the two hundredth anniversary of the bowels with Dewitt's Little Early Risers. made from very best material, bj .i workmen
the Standard Oil building near the foot Sold Dixon & and with best tools devised fci ,
Beecher and Dr. John Hall are the only mine coming into the possession of his by Grey.A ever t pnrrose.
Warrrnted to do all that be ted
of Broadwar. The visitor to this building reuc.elp
On that occasion each of his 300
two that I ever had any difficulty in seeing family. disordered condition of of the very best typewriter extant Capable of writing -
is received with the utmost suavity and with Mr. Beecher it was simplya or more employes received as memento the stomach, 150 words per minute, or more,according to the .
Bud and attention will or malaria in the system will produce sick ability of the operator. PRICE XI 00.
courtly, every of the occasion a swallow tail coat.A .
of the limitation of time. He
him if he question headache, you can remove this trouble by Address, PA1EI&1I M'FG. CO.,
bo to business
given on
goes ; wanted. N. Y.
was ready enough to see as many perSons taking Dr. J. II. McLean's Little Liver Agents PARIbll
but he without
though can difficulty see
as he could find time to see. Dr. and Kidney Pellets. 23 cents per vial. '
the secretaries of the millionaires named
Hall, however, doe not like to be interrupted Htttural Preference. "'" (6)1IIII

he may ,go a thousand times withoutever by strangers at any time. Hostess-Tea or coffee, Miss Bunker? Mrs. Leander Wright informs us that ,,.tHEtl401E$ fAYDRtF1NE f...
being able to see either one of the she was cured of Chronic
DAVID A. CURTIS. Miss Bunker (of Boston-Coffee. al Constipation by .
three Dewitt's Little Early Risers. Sold by

It is a little strange that they shouldbe Hurbank'a Awful Experience.A ways.Hostess-Ah? Dixon &; Grey.Frequently "A T J Jb.

so very averse to seeing strangers, unless Montreal special to The PhiladelphiaPress Miss B.-Yes, coffee is my invariable accidents occur in the house-

they are afraid of being imposed preference. Tea of the barbaric
says: savors hold which cause burns cuts
sprains and
upon, for all three of them are exceptionally James Burbank, owner of the grist heathen; chocolate is a child of the ener- bruises; for use in such cases Dr. J. II. )

liberal men outside of business mill at Massawj;pi, situated on the lake vating tropics. But coffee! It is, as you McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for .

transactions. John D. Rockefeller's favorite of that name, h & a miraculous escape will note a species of a bean rather thana many years been the constant favorite i

line of beneficence seems to be from death on Friday afternoon. He berry, and as a bean it appeals to my family remedy. j...I / ,\-uI THE' .....

giving checks to churches and other religious ice the mill when love of home.-Pittsburg Bulletin. WOODWORK ()
was cutting on pond, !
institutions, while Mr. Flaglerhas Dewitts, Little Early Risers are a little AllAeiiMJtNl
the cake which he stood
suddenly on pill that do I I
not gripe or cause pain. Small NW.HOMnWING
fondness ,
a for reforming
great Stood Up For Him.
from the and he
broke away rest, was to take safe.
easy Sold by Dixon & Grey. pGo. 28 UNIDNSQUARE.NY.5AIt'1:
drunkards is sail that ho has taken
swept toward the dam, 200 yards below. "Do you think your sister likes me, saL' AT"NTA.GA.CAI.

scores of these unfortunate creatures in the Tommyr Unsuspected disorders of the ST.LOUIS.MoTFROM
His companions on pond were un- kidneys are UlIf ''' ;\, DALLAS-Tee.
hand and provided them with money able to render any assistance. "Yes. She stood up for you at dinner." responsible for many of the ordinary ail-

and employment, making men of them Just as the ice cake toppled over the "Stood up for me? Was anybody saying ments of humanity which, neglected, develop -

after the usual discouragements. How thirty foot dam, Burbank jumped. Aftera anything against me?*' into a serious and, perhaps, fatal .1- .,

they manage to get in communication terrific struggle with the rushing waters "No; nothiu' much. Father said he malady. Experience would suggest the f --- --- ."nwl l. ,

with him, though is more than I have he succeeded in grasping the edgeof thought you were a good deal of an ass, use of Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kid- i iv /
ever been able to find out. the timbers of the dam. Burbank but sis right up and said you wasn't,and ney

In sharp contrast with their habits of clung there with the desperation of de- told father he ought to know better than From the Land .
oCFlo"crs.Longwood .
seclusion is the simplicity with which spair. It was simply a test of endurance.For judge a man by his looks."-New York '

John Claflin, dry goods merchant, con- half an hour he maintained his terrible Sun. Fla., Oct. 29, 1889. ";'"nv.-i.-I[ '_ N"4. ''' '''

ducts his business. Any respectable position on the edge of the falls, Heroic. Mr. A. B. GIRARDEATJ, Savannah, Ga. .. p--
walk into his
looking man may private but then, benumbed with cold, the nails DEAR SIR:-I have fully tested the i

office at any time during business hours, and flesh torn from his hands by the rush- Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic NEW YORK CITY.
without even the formality of inquiring waters he forced to let and sent and Mr. A H. Hawkes-Pear Sir: Your PATEST
ing was go, me have to report 15 cases of
i EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and 1m
whether he is in.
store {
enormous was swept under the revolving wheelsof Chills and Remitting Fever that it has very much gratified at the wonderful change that

stands a block off Broadway and has the mill and on under the ice in the cured. Not one failure. With some has come over my eyesight since 1 bate discardedmy

only one small entrance for the public. river below. 1 experience as to the demands of Georgiaand old glasses, and AL.XLXDlta am now wearing AGa yonrs.-ILltT h..

Passing in at this narrow door the At this time the villagers who stood on Florida, and especially in the southeastern Secretary Stationers'Bostd of Trade.

stranger may walk unchallenged half the river bank, both below and above the part of this State, I know of no :5 DIXON All it fitted GRAY ai the Drug Store of.FLA. .... .
way down the room,which is more than mill, gave up all hope of ever seeing Bur- remedial agent so worthy of general use

two hundred feet long, where he will bank again. Great was their surprise to as yours. Whoever originated it is a

find a door with a sign beside it, read- public benefactor. Yours truly
see him appear in an opening in the .
ing, "To the counting room." Thread- S. F. GOVE
river, nearly a quarter of a mile below ..

ing his way through narrow passageways the mill, and cling to the ice at the edge. Missionary Florida Baptist Country on
among the thousands of cases of Indian river and its vicinity.Hififfi.
Several of the men at once ran to his as- ,
goods that are piled on the floor and
sistance, and Burbank was dragged from SHOW GASES.
dodging the scores of little hand truoks Dolly Feeble-Ah, what's the mattah,
the river insensible but still alive after
that are used in collecting the goods for me deah fellah? Y' appeah awfully ex .Q-Ask for catalogue.

individual orders, the visitor may pass his terrible journey. cited. TERRY M'F'G CO.. NASHVILLE,TENN.ABBOT II

through this door a of Gussie Silley-Just fellah .
up narrow flight Early Birds and Their Meaning.A : pwewented aw
stairs to the enormous counting room, from having his bwains blown out. .
dispatch from Willimantic, Conn., TBo
where forty or fifty bookkeepers are Dolly Feeble-How, me bwave boy? 25e HIRES' IMPROVED 25 eIIUDOID. .
dated March. 22, says: : All the early
the accounts of the house and Gussie a
keeping Silley Why-aw-beastly man
spring birds were back in their northern tm
d .
turning sharply to the right the street said if I didn't him G.7r:w e a ::
may pass up give me rj aClINCCRTRluh
haunts on or before March 15, a date +1. J.SM4 'l:! '
the various clerks, and the desks of the -aw-watch he'd blow me bwains out, THIS PACKAGE:MAKES FIVE GAUGXS. : r
that is almost unprecedentedly early for ;x
junior partners, into the little room and I-aw-gave him me watch.-Lip- p. .Ii
their arrival in New England. Flocksof .
where Mr. Claflin sits alone. No .
one .
robins, bluebirds, purple grackles, red ROO BEER.S'he .I .
will even ask his business, and Mr. Claf- : <
wing blackbirds and I
song sparrows Greatness. 11 .
lin will give him time enough to explainit _
meadow larks have been seen fora weekor Marshall Wilder, in Philadelphia the most APPETIZING and WHOLESOME UPPMAN :I'e I
without fuss or ceremony of any TEMPERANCE: DRINK In the world. i iHOW'S
kind. Many men with only a small more, and three weeks ago crows be- other day, interviewed a colored hotel Delicious. And Sparkling. TRY XT.Aalc .

gan to hold their big spring caucuses, as waiter the of
on subject Schuylkill water.
fraction of his cares and responsibilitieswould your Druggist or Grocer for It.
a flock did in Central park the other day, "Sam, I hear the water give gueststo
consider it impossible to transact C. E. HIRES, PHILADELPHIA. YOUR FENCE ?
preparatory to mating. drink soaks
business on such a plan, but Mr. Claflin through a grave yard. Is ;
.It is rare that into Connecticut "
redwings come that
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demonstrates that it is entirely feasible. so B We have the CHEAPEST and Best
before April 1,therefore weathermen "That's right, boss, that's right, shu' PARKER'S II
Chauncey M.Depew is another very accessible HAIR S WOVEN WIRE
man, though he does intrenchhimself predict a season two weeks earlier enough; but de people buried in dat yer Cleanses and BALSAM beautifies the hair. !!: i Wire Rope Selvage.

behind a double barrier of door- than ordinarily. Snipe began to come grave yard am mighty high toned peepie It Promotes a luxuriant growth. :] ... ...
and The north the first week in March and wood- ,sah; mighty so."-New York Herald.A Never Fails to Restore Gray # >-< >-<
keeper private Hairfo
secretary. appli- its Yoathful Color.
cock in the middle of the month. Wild .
PrerenU Dandruff
and hair
cant for interview will be falling :
an politely geese have been flying north for two Model Man. too and tl.M at Drn eieta
asked by the doorkeeper what the natureof III
weeks, and in the coves along shore and DeBaggs-There goes a man who for -
his business is. And,by the way,you E83 A MAD IOKCS CnnbJ
inland ponds ducks ten drank EA q
form a tolerably fair notion of the are remarkably years never liquor, used tobacco 1'eck' INVISIBLE ggglAA' j f
may CUJHICIS. wn.Com; }
plentiful. Sportsmen have taken in form out after 9 IV1l
of some any or stayed p. fatabl..g..w.hlwa. _mil Ea4tef toll...U Vj W.WSCOX
manners public man by noticing
any good sized bags of them lately. Peeping m., and never missed Sunday at church.De sail,iii**..&/,Jaw.Ierk. Writ Ut bk.*yrM&fJLU.DETECTIVES. '
those of his personal attendants. I have
frogs were heard in all parts of the stateon Kaggs-A model man, indeed! Is ; H-;
never known a really polite man to have
the night of March 13. Farmers are he a missionary? DlCRD maB AT GO CUTS l'Xlt B.01J.

rude doorkeepers. I have known many plowing: and grass is green in the pas- De Baggs-No; he's an exconvict.Lippincott's. .- Lawn. Garden Poultry and Stock Fetxittttse.andwidtha.Gatestoma&Ch.Prceslow.. Sold
rude If not inclined Wanted erery Gouty. ghrrvd
doorkeepers. are sa to toiler
act laitraetloaa
you tures. It is the earliest spring in twenty- mar 8ecn8enJN..s=D .r.nte.laraar. 'J dealers. Frelsh Paid. SendforetrenlarsItsstIVLLSlxeralwiasweecu.., ciirraoo.ulI' .
9P'! to J.cll.A one what your+ business is..he five years. I Graaaan Detective Bnream Co.ArciaiCl3riatiUOl. ,&P-AU4UC1. LARD M4 CEMrrCUY !TcM b ,



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High Priced Church Slners.Salle. the brides a mere slip of a girl and"the O. JHardware. HEC7TOR:: THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. .

Clementina de Vere,the soprano, other still a child it is extraordinary. In + ;

has accepted a position in Dr. Paxton's Chattanooga, Tenn., recently, Miss Kate and tfrl

church, where she will receive $4,500 a Pettigrew,aged 16 years, was married to A.. B. CAMPBELL

year. This u said to be the largest Edward Richardson without her mother's ':1":
i General ProduceMERCHANT. Jacksonville Florida.
salary ever paid to a choir singer eitherin consent, she saying that the couple were ,

-- America or Europe. The interest of not old enough and advising delay. On :1 I '

COMMODORE PERRY'S NIAGARA. the gifted vocalist will be looked after Friday Miss :Mamie Pettigrew, only 13 Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos Wilcox Haines iI IiI
her old was made the wife of Walter Florida Bros.: Pianos, Morris Pianos, & ..
by manager, Mr. Henry Wolfsohn, years Melbourne. it
who will nott allow her Croft, a 19-year-old boy who boarded in White Organs and Chicago Cottage Or- )
'J'be Old Ship May lie Raised from the to sing at any of .
:: I will sell and Deliver rr r-
Bottom of Lake Erie Before 1892. the church socials or fashionable gatherings the house, her mother at the time beingin gans. your ", rt
station High Grade
One of the results of the 1892 World's I given by the minister or members of attendance on a sick sister. Mrs. HODGSON BROS t: ....
, fair is a growing interest in the raising his flock. Previous the signing of this Pettigrew instituted inquiries as to the '. ,

and restoration of the brig Niagara off contract Miss Jennie Dutton had the distinction validity of the second marriage, but Pian.os

Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry's fleet, of drawing the best church sal- I learned that the laws of the state allowa General Merchants t'

the well preserved remains of which are ary in New York as first soprano in the boy of 14 or a girl of 12 to commit -OROrgan.s-

at the bottom of Lake Erie. Perry'sflagship Fifth Avenue Baptist church, where for mA.trimony.-New York Telegram.A .

the Lawrence, was raised successfully the last two years she has received $37.50for Eau Gallie Florida. "
I each service. VaIn Shot. ,
and transported to the centennial
Aside from her regular church work Miss Eliza, the 16-year-old daughter of
exposition at Philadelphia in 1876. INDIAN RIVER. For less money than any other housein
The American people would not, how- Miss Dutton fills concert engagementswhich Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kargar, who live one the United States. I will ship a Pi-

ever, believe that the old hulk, so plain net her an average income of mile north of Comfort, Tex., met an un- Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the ano or Organ to any honest man or woman -

and simple in its construction, was the $5,000 a year. For a young woman who timely death recently. Mr. Kargar had on trial, and if not satisfactory, I

historical vessel that so gallantly withstood fought her way single handed and paid been confined to his bed for several days. Day Week or Month. will pay freight both ways. 25 cash

, the fire uninterruptedly for two for her own training S,000isnot so very His daughter was leading aspirited horse and $10_a month on a Piano; and $10

'hours of the British squadron commanded bad. She lives at the Madison, in Madison from the stable to turn him into a small cash and So a month on an organ until

by Capt. Barclay. The Lawrence, square, with her sister, a very fine pasture. As soon as the animal sniffed paid for-not much more than ordinaryrent. ),. (
Drugs Drugs Drugs
therefore,received the ignominious treat- musician,who plays her accompanimentsand the open air he ran away. The young On these very liberal terms anyone \

ment of being Bold at sheriffs sale and chaperons her about the city and lady became entangled in the rope at- can own an instrument. Send for \
into and other country on social and business engage tached to the horse, and was draggedover Free Catalogue containing full informa-
whittled canes ,
up A :Fine Assortment of
for the benefit of relic hunters. ments. Wednesday after 3 o'clock the ground at a furious rate. Mr. tion. Sheet music,Strings,Violins Ban- j, t
which be Miss Dutton receives, entertaining her Kargar witnessed the affair from his sick DRUGS, jos, Guitars, Accordeons, and in fact,
The Niagara, may raised in
is therefore friends with a song and sonata, and it is chamber, and, thinking to rescue his PATENT MEDICINES, every Musical Instrument.that is made,
the near only
not unusual for her death seized and at very low prices. Send for complete -
an thing to sing daughter from a frightful SYRINGES
important relic of that naval encounter ,
every door on the floor open.-New York his rifle and shot the horse dead. It was catalogues. I have 20,000 piecesof
and magnificent victory _of Sept. 10, STATIONERY FANCY & TOILET Choice Music at 10 cents per copy. .
World. too late, for, when the sick man hobbledto ARTICLES ,
113. The public square is graced with
the where his child and horse lay A. B. CAMPBELL
spot -- -
a heroic monument in marble of the I Mechanical Birds. Kept constantly on hand.Ph'sicians' ,
she dead her neck been ',
was having
commodore and in bas-relief Jacksonville, Fin.
gallant on ; Prescriptions carefully
An ingenious manufacturer, M. Pich- broken.-Chicago Times.Shamrocks .
the pedestal is immortalized the historic compounded at all hours.J. .
ancourt, has recently brought out some

scene which gave to Perry national victory disaster.In and. small mechanical birds, which operate' In Demand.It B. SCREVEN, Druggist, HERE I AI AGAIN !r
probably prevented a with The motion of few
great regularity. has been the custom for a years TITIISVILLE, FLA.
midst of the storm of battle when
the the wings is brought about by the energy past of a firm in Buffalo to give away -

only seventeen men escaped either injuryor stored up in twisted rubber bands. The shamrocks on St. Patrick's day. In 1889 HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN ,

death out of a command of a hundredmen spread of the wings is thirteen inches; the supply numbered 2,000, and the demand RIVER BAKERYWe J, W. ROGERS

on the flagship Lawrence Perry, the rubber spring weighs 120 grains and I I so far exceeded the supply that at will Hand ,
Keep on Every Day
seeing the Niagara at a safe distance is five inches in length, and the, total noon not one was left. This year the Before an intelligent, appreciative and

.and uninjured, determined to changehis weight of the apparatus is three-f urths number was increased to 5,000, and at FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES discriminating public, presents himself
flag to that vessel. With the words: and makes his bow that he
the ,
of an ounce. The device in flying rises 7:45: o'clock St. Patrick's day morning
"If victory is to be gained I'll gain it," slightly, and is capable of moving to a wheels of business were so thoroughly ETC. ALSO is a candidate for their favors, good

he boarded a rowboat, and thus exposedto distance of sixty feet. M. Pitchancourt blocked by petitioners for shamrocksthat Bottlers of Sodawater Ginger wishes and-cash.

the guns of the enemy for a distanceof has succeeded in constructing a mechan- I customers could not be waited upon. As blood is thicker than water, so is
half a mile be made the passage, part ical bird of the same kind of larger size, At 9:30 o'clock the last of the 5,000 was Ale and other Drinks, I cash bettr than credit. He propose to

'of the time standing erect as a target for and which weighs no less than twenty given out, and a card was put upon the get out of the old ruts and Sell his

the British guns. The oars were splint- ounces. Set free by the hand, this apparatus door: "'Vehave no more shamrocks. In ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for bard

ered, shells were flying thick and fast has risen to height of twentyfivefeet 1891 an order will be placed for 20,000." ATTENTION.S. .

around and about him, but he gainedthe above the ground, and fallen at a Philadelphia Ledger.A A. BELCHER & COMPANY, Cash.He handles a first-class line ofOlotliing
fire into
Niagara, poured a deadly distance of twenty-one yards from the PROPRIETORS
the Detroit and Queen Charlotte, which starting point against a head wind of Smart Maine Boy. ,

boats became hopelessly entangled, and thirteen feet per second. The success of Otis Oliver, of Nobleboro, 11 years old, TITUSVILLE, FLA. d

in seven minutes the enemy were forcedto these so called toys is regarded as very is about the smartest boy of his age in ;

surrender.The significant by mechanical and aeronautical Maine. Last winter he cut and hauledto NEAT AND PROMPT.FOR Both Ready-made and to Order. (

Niagara now lies in Misery bay, experts.-New York Commercial Ad- market 2,400 hoop poles, using a pairof His 'J'
near Erie, Pa., about a mile and a half vertiser. steer calves which he bought with t

. from the main land, in thirteen feet of his own money and broke to the sled Gents' Furnishing DepartmentIs

water. She is careened to one side, and One of New York's Clubs. himself. He has also chopped and ', 1

her ribs on the upper side are plainly visible A unique lunch club has been started hauled a big pile of wood, brought ice JOB PRINTING Complete. Nobby Hats from ..l'" ,

some three or four feet under the sur- by a New York dry goods king. The from Pomaquid lake with an ox team first-class hands and Shoes to suit the

face. A careful examination made by an rooms are in a vault under Broadway, when the mercury was at zero, and done most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and !

expert diver showed the hull to be in avery and are the ordinary whitewashed stone any amount of other work. He gets up -SUCH ASLETTERIIEADS Hand Satchels, too low to quote.

fair state of preservation, being- in walled affairs of that sort. The table at sunrise and works from choice.-New For fine Cigars and Tobaccos he can- ,

A much better condition than was the consists of four packing boxes, the clotha I York Sun. not be excelled in the county.I .

Lawrence when she was raised. The re- roll of Wamsutta, and the table ware IVOTE-IIEADS earnestly ask an inspection of my r.i.i.
mains of the cabin and other parts that two dozen large sized tin pie plates. Pigeons Venus Telephone Wires. Goods before buying elsewhere.J. .
There is at Brussels between the
have fallen are in the hold,and one of the There are knives and forks, but no nap- war and the telephone BILL-HEADS, IV. Rogers.OEO. 1 -
owners of carrier pigeons
removed in 1885 with boat
skylights kins or spoons. The bill of fare consistsof
hook is among a collection of antiquitiesand a vast piece of roast beef, lamb or companies, the former declaringthat STATEMENTS, E. CHASE. A. O. CHAPPELL. I \
the fine wires of the latter strung
curiosities in Erie. Owing to a num- boiled mutton haunch of venison or a
conditions over the streets are traps into which the CIRCULARS, GEO. E. CHASE & CO.,
ber of most favorable among roastedin
lot of poultry or game. They are
and where
others that she is in the sheltered water an adjacent bakery, and are served pigeons run blindly fatal they Several re- FOLDERS, SHIP CHANDLERY
ceive injuries.
of a landlocked bay, the Niagara couldbe with boiled potatoes and three kinds of ,
championship races of the pigeons are INVITATIONS,
raised and placed upon Garrison hill bread. Each member helps himself, and HARDWARE
said to have been interfered with in this
at a comparatively small expense. The eats standing or perched on a dry goods Herald. PROGRAMMES, !

diver reports that there is nearly half of case,'as the case may be. The meal is way.-Chicago Patent Los Wire Rope Riggin

her hull remaining,although she has been served at sharp 12, noon, and is cut STREAMERS, \

washed by the waters of Lake Erie for short at 1:30, when the engineer turns a A Light Weight. DODGERS FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS.

more than three-quarters of a century, cock and fills the room, with waste Will Soft-Ah, now, Miss Ida, don't Agent for Devoe & Co.'s Paints, Tule q

serving as a landmark, so calkd, for the steam. The members then divide up you weally think my-ah-scarf is too-ah- BUSINESS CARDS, LiFe Preservers, Tent & Awning Co.,

fishermen and as the prey of a few dare- pro rata and the lunch is over. The awfully light for my complexion? Patent Anchors.

devil relic hunters, who converted muchof club meets every Monday and has twenty Ida Clare (reluctantly)-Well for your .WEDDING CARDS, BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS. )

her timbers into cases and other relics. members.-Philadelphia Ledger. complexion -perhaps. Dry Goads VISITING CARDS Correspondence Solicited. Telephone
And so the poor old boat which has fig Chronicle. 266. \

liant ured so conspicuously recorded in the in most naval bril-his- Where It Always Rains. He Did Not Mean That. SEND YOUR ORDERSTO Nos. 88 90, E. Bay St.,

victory ever D.R.Parkman tells of a curious phenomenon American-No, sir: we have no titlesin
concealed beneath the THEFLORIDA- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
tory, modestly
Chattahoochee place
in county a this country. :
waters of the old Erie for nearly a cen- SO-lyr.
where rain falls perpetually. The 11 otis Enf1ishman-Tben the ownership of
tury, may be exhibited to the throngs of located on a little knoll in a thin woodon real estate must rest on an insecure basis. STAR SALE
of World's fair sightseers, so that theNiagara's FOR
the Shipp place, two miles from Thad. Yenowine's News. ,

seeming insignificance, when Mr. Parkman says the discovery was JOB PRINTING OFFICE, THE ELEGANT
compared with the frightful engines first made Thursday, and that rain has Utilizing Ills Queue.
death and destruction that float the seas been falling steadily on the knoll since Notice. :RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF

today,may be more readily commented that time. The downfall covers a spaceof
-New York Telegram. In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial L. E. BARNES,
j feet This space is per- i !
fifty square.
Circuit of Florida, in and for Brevard
the leaves the groundare
fectly wet and on County, A. D. 1890.-In Chancery. ,
Sprln Amusement full of water. Mr. Parkman says Containing Seven and One-Third

Pedestrians who frequent the residence he visited the place with G. A. McB/yde Lucinda Tuttle, widowComplainant.. 1 Acres of Land fronting on Indian River.

streets, especially in the neighborhoodof at noon Tuesday. There was not a cloud E Ift vs. Large, Roomy RESIDENCE elegantly -

public schools, may be pleased to to be seen in.the sky, and the leaves J. D.MacdonelJ, Iattie Foreclosure of Finished. Also a ThreedoomCOTTAGE
learn that "top time" has gono out. and Outbuildings. One of
everywhere except on the square were Macdonell, Lucive Mortgage.
Anyone who js in the habit of walkingin as dry as tinder. Carter,II. C. Carter, & t the most desirable- places in Rock Ledge

these neighborhoods has been liable "I stood with the space between me Charlie Miller. hammock.

to have holes made in his shoes by the and the sun," said Mr. Parkman, "and Defendants. J For price,terms, etc.,apply to

sharp pegs of tops recently, as the small saw the raindrops coming steadily down 1 It appearing from the affidavit of the Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla.

boy who celebrates "top time" is no respecter from the sky. I held out my handkerchief / t 1 agent of the complainant,filed in this cause

of persons. But tops seem to and it was soon saturated with 1 that the defendant H. C. Carter is over 21 A. L. Hatch & Son,

have gone out, and now the "return water."-Savannah News. years of age and a non-resident of the DEALERS IX rI
# ball" is holding sway with the young- State of Florida, and the return of the
the return ball Sheriff to the subpoena issued in said cause
'ft sters. In some respects Girl Married.H. r.
:Man and White GOODS NOTIONS
lied DRY
Is more aggravating than the top, because showing due service on the other defendantsand I
for both H. McLane, a full blooded Chickasaw that the defendant II. C. Carter can- ,
it forms amusement
4 an and Miss Nannie Lynn a white girl, not be found in Brevard County, but is believed -
sexes The boy who spins a top is, to a The weather being unfavorable for : Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
united in marriage at the residenceof i to be in Brunswick in the State of
certain extent,'skiflful in the operation, were at Gainesville, Tex., drying clothes out of doors, Dong Woh Georgia.It Stationery, Family Medi-

and the pedestrian may possibly escape, D. R. Johnston The is a distinguishedIndian decides to dry a few pieces in the laun- is therefore ordered that said II. C. cines, Garden SeeJs,
March groom
but the girl, who cannot spin a top, having served one or more termsas dry.-Harper's Bazar. Carter do plead, answer or demur to com- CHOICE GROCERIES j
thinks that she can manipulate the return in the Chickasaw legislature plainant's bill of complaint on or before 1\

ball Right here is where she commits representative is said to be rich. The bride, the 1st Monday in July, A. D. 1890, being. Hay, Corn, napes Fertilizers. I
who and Ivory is High. the 7th of the month said bill will
; a error. The girl day or '
can throw very a grave ball or a stone accurately is pretty and intelligent, is a daughter of The tews that Emin Pasha has left be- I be taken against him as confessed, and said CITY POINT, FLORIDA.

not born and when the average girl William Lynn,who was killed some years hind him his load of ivory has had a surprising cause will be allowed as to him, to proceed 'I
yet Red river, in Cooke county, in a \
hard wood ago near effect upon billiard interests in exparte.It .
arms herself with of these
of fight with a doctor, who was also slain this country, and its effect m.y l.e soon is further ordered that this order be j.
t full
return balls and takes i .
liable to fire at the same time by Lynn. This is the felt in a further balling of the market published with as little delay as possible, j.I I
; sidewalk she is just as solemnized accordingto in the FLORIDA STAB published at Titus-
ever II FLA.
first marriage for soft ivory used in th manufacturer: i ,
it pedes-
into the eye of an law in Gainesville between a ville, Florida, once a week for four con-
of lmliar i br.1'3waa
Texas billiard balls. The price
trian as to direct it into the proper channeL and white woman. secutive weeks. f CrocJcery, Glassivare,
Indian a
blood of
full advanced to 832 a set
So the man who feels safe over the with several recently Witness the Honorable John D.Broome,
r widower !
Mr. McLane is a balls of stendjml 2-inch measure House-F trnishing, 1
time" four well
departure of the dreaded "top Judge of the said Circuit Court, as as
w' children,and is probably 45 years of age, ment. It was the las boom of a slOW thereof and the seal of
: should not congratulate himself too soon A. A. Stewart, clerk Lamps Oil Vapor: Stoves,
than 20 ,
r while his wife is not more yearsof had boon going for
upon the advent of the era of the return rise in price that on said court, at the Court House in Titus-j
ball lie must wait until "kite time" or age.-Galveston News., nearly a year. In 1889, before tho mlvnnco ville, this 5th day of June, A. D. 1890. Gate City Stonecutters.JTVe .
the only set in,a standard act of balls of tho A. A. STEWART, of
t. "marble time to feel safe,,and solicit the patronage
Very Young Married Folk. bo for$30. New Clerk of the Circuit Court.
could bought -
is to best Ivory ol'tlie
he these dates our neighbours
1&'r way can fix juvenile :
marriages in one familyin BOBBINS & GRAHAM,
small Two runaway York Sun. .1
the rJ1
,. insult with the man who runs Solicitors EAST COAST
Herald. four days is unusual. but when one of Complainant's ,
.,; tore near a public school.-Chicago

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Mr. C. J.. Hector caller at Mr. t
Miss Albine Egger spent Sunday
Ellis B. WAGER Editor and Pathsber Titusville with her aunt, Mrs. PLACE

Brady.Mr. John Goode and son, Allie, were I THROUGH STUDY OF THE TARIFF.
Gleaned by the Star's Regular Correspondent. -
$1.5O per Annum. here Saturday taking the census.
F. A. Chappell busy plowingin I
of his Mr. James T. Hogg left for Courtney You Must Study and Work Hard to win
his hammock some
Entered at the Pod Office at Titusville at Mr. L. P. Ely, Melbourne: was in preparing I
Second-Clan Matter. town Friday.Col. land for hay. Monday, on a visit to Mr. Wilson. : at Washington as Elsewhere-Octogenarian

:Mr.\ and Mrs. Ray, with their little Mr. C. H. Walton has been attending Senator Merrill-Senator Allison
F. Travis returned
The Star has the Largest circulation Saturdayfrom -A Contrasting Picture.
ones were welcome visitors at Mr. John- to things on his homestead the past
oT any paper on the East coast of Fla.A his trip down the river. [Special Correspondence.]
son's Monday evening.We week.
SQUARE one Inch In space; 18 squares The Lapham family left for their Daytona WASHINGTON, June 5.-The tariff is
make a column. trip Sunday morning. were much pleased to hear of the The steamer Kathleen was well filled the greatest political issue at the national

For advertising rates enquire of the Editor return of Miss Charlotte Palmer, and with Tropic's citizens on Saturday last. capital, as it is the most common topic
cent stamp.
Always enclosing atwo Messrs': Hodgson of Eau Gallie at
_. -- hope to see her out here soon. Two trips were made.A of discussion throughout the country.An .
tended the calico ball Friday eve. old member of congress said to me-

IT is quite certain that as the McKinley Mr. H. J. :McGinnis returned Wednesday :Mr. E. L. Brady, of Titusville, with gentleman from Connecticut is staying the other day that a greater number of

Tariff bill was framed in "originalsin his two daughters-Misses Aline and with Capt. and Mrs. Bennett for the statesmen had made their reputation out
from his business Brunswick
," it will not pass as an "original trip )aisy-spent Monday with his mother. benefit of his health. of the tariff than out of any other line of

legislation known to the history of this.M'KUiLEY'S .
package. Ga.Mr. We were pleased to hear that Allie Mrs. W. Wilson and daughter, Miss .
Walter A. Howland was in town
Gruber was much better, and hope he Ruth, of Courtney, ate on a few .weeks'
TARIFF, silver and politics are the Friday and returned to Titusville Satur-
will continue to improve until his healthis visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton.
topics of Congressional consideration at day.
entirely restored. We are pleased to note that Mrs.
present, and are likely to remain the Mr. G. I. Metcalf, of Melbourne News,

subjects of attention for some time to attended the calico ball last Friday Miss Lutie Dickenson, of Aurantia, is Knapp, who has been quite ill, is now

come. Some man started a report that night. spending a few days with Miss Janie greatly improved in health. .

Congress would take a recess from July Johnson. She is not well in health, but Mr. Joseph Hopkins, keeper of the
Rev. J. Bolton in the Methodist
preached -
1st to October 1st, but that is extremely we hope she will soon be better. Turkey Creek House of Refuge, has g. 1
church, Sunday, morning and even-
improbable, as it would be difficult to ing. We were pleased to welcome our young been in our settlement for a day or so.

keep a quorum there during the autumn friend, Arthur Feaster. He says he i is The skin of the immense rattlesnake,
The.Sparkle, Mr. W. Kitching, master,
here for a few days' visit to relatives and
season. recently killed by Mr. J. 0. Walton, now
is up the river for a fresh supply of
friends and after his
looking orange adorns the wall of his parlor.
LOUISIANA State Lottery people are goods.Dr. .
grove. Gov. W. H. Gleason and Mr. and Mrs.
trying to get their charter extended for J. 0. Scofield is clearing the '
We were sorry to hear of the illness of H. R. Olmstead boardSt.
twenty-five years by agreeing to give margin in front of his place and making were passengers 1
Air. D. K. Harrison's baby; and now
Augustine for Titusville .
to charities and pensions; other
$200,000 a year improvements.Mr. .
that they have taken it to, Titusville,
$350,000 to public schools ; $350,000 to steamer Kathleen started for Cocoa
D. A. Dickson, one of the popular where they can be near the physician,
the levees and $100,000 to the New Or- Monday, with Mrs. J. E. M. Hodg-
young merchants of Rockledge, left Tues- we hope to hear of its being bettersoon.. 11
leans Drainage Fund. It now remainsto on and Messrs. A. R. and H. U. Hodgsonon
day for a visit to his home in Georgia. Mr. Gardner has the Belle Louise .
see if the State will accept such a board. TRIUMPHAL JOURNEY.conntry.

bribe and allow the monster evil to con- The many friends of :Mr. S. D. Geiger, grove-belonging to :Mr. Twichell, of One of our colored citizens is erecting But the tariff we always haTe-

of Titusville, were pleased to see him in Kansas City-worked out beautifully, with us. Just now Mr. McKinley is the
tinue its work. I a barber's shop near Messrs. Hodgson'sstore central figure of the tariff world. The ,11
Cocoa for a few days last week. and all missing trees replaced. After
which will prove a convenience to rise of this man to power and influenceis ii
. :MANY of the extreme silver men are The :Misses\ Nannie and Fannie Sanders some trimming and budding it will againbe our settlers.Mr. a splendid example of what may be i

still confident that they will be able to and Mr. C. O. Blythe, of Indianola, in perfect order. done with a specialty in pnblic life. Mr. :'
Chas. C. Converse
left for Titus-
pass a bill embodying their views, including were visiting friends in Cocoa, Thursday.The We are in receipt of a little book, en- McKinley has never bothered himself
ville, Monday, for the of order- much about but the tariff.
free in the Senate but purpose very anything
coinage titled, "Cruise of the Yacht Nancy" on
house of Mr. J. M. Sanders is fast
I ing the lumber for a house which he will During all the years he has been in con-
doubtful of its in the Hou'e.! Indian[ River. After its
are passage perusal we are .
nearing completion, and we hope soon to build on his homestead.Mr. gress the tariff has been his constant ..
They say that Republicans in both have his family numbered among our satisfied that the Hard-a-Lee Comedy companion.

branches of Congress are more concerned residents.Mr. Company must have had a jolly trip. John McAllister has just driven While he was still a law student at

relations with two more artesian wells-one for Mr. Canton 0. the of of
about retaining pleasant Wish we could have been one of the question protection
the administration and the distributionof :\ G. D. Rosser, of Alabama, and :Mr. number. Roesch and the other for Mr. Frank American industries came up for dis-

patronage that settling a great econ- Brady, of LaGrange, spent Saturdaywith Turner. He is now driving a 4-inch well cussion in the town Lyceum. An old

their friend, Hon. H. S. William, The work on lIr.Iendel's house is on his own grove. lawyer represented free trade, and to-

omic question. of Rockledge.Miss progressing very rapidly; the frame is young McKinley was assigned the de-
Mr. and Mrs. Treutler have sold some fense of The old
and from it will be a protection. lawyer,
up, appearances
TilE DeLand Record is very much Ada Woolen, who has been spend-
more of their Chicago property, situatedin keen and experienced in debate, over-
house. We watching
mistaken in stating that "There is a ing the winter with her brother, Mr. J. very are you, Hyde Park, for $30,000. Within the whelmingly defeated his young antag-
Joe and have driven
bundle of Col. W. D. Chipley's pamphlets F. Wooten, of Rockledge, left for her just: as soon as you past year or so they have sold $63,000 onist. This stung the young man's pride
the last nail home then the house-
the and brought out the good qualities that
against the Democratic party in home in Waukeenah, Tuesday.The worth of in .
property Chicago.The
undis- warming.Rev. were in him. He determined to be a
express office at Titusville still annual Sunday school excursionto sound of the hammer, Saturday, master of that question. He studied
Mr. Chaudoin has returned froma
tributed. Mr. Chipley's pamphlet Melbourne Beach will come off on caused us to row up the Eau Gallie riverto political economy with even more zeal

not against the Democratic party, but June 25th. The children as well as the short trip. While away, he attendeda investigate the unusual commotion in than he studied law; he read speeches

against Senator Call. The package is grown people are expecting a good time. wedding, and reports a very pleasanttime. that quiet and serene spot, and the visit and sat up. o' nights with statistics and

not in the office ; and it has been He also took a trip over into the government reports. McKinley's first
express The marriage of Mr. Albert S. Magruder brought to light the fact that Captain
start life attor-
distributed. Will our contemporarymake phosphate region and brought back some public was as county
the correction ? and Miss Grace E. Hemmingway, specimens with him which he takes great John Houston is building another res- ney. He was a good officer, but all the

took place in the Presbyterian church, in dence upon a very pretty site. He has time continued to make head way as a

Senate Demo- at Rockledge, Thursday afternoon. The pleasure showing.The about eight acres of excellent land, upon champion of protection. When speecheswere
TUB more prominent New England supper, given at wanted he was called upon to make
of which he has
young couple left on the steamer to part already commenced
crats do not expect a tariff bill to be Mims last entire them, and presently his devotion to that
Wednesday, was an
spend their honeymoon in North Caro- growing vegetables for his family's con-
that the idea him election .
passed, and believe Republicans the won an to congress.A
lina. have the wishes of their success, notwithstanding inclemencyof sumption. How residences the
will pursue the present course in orderto They good the weather. many few days ago I saw McKinley riding
in the Con- many friends on Indian river. Many were disappointedin i Captain has built we are unable to say. from the Capitol to his hotel. He was
a negative position
occupy going on that account. Those who I Mrs. Treutler inyited take on the rear platform of a street car.
a party to a
elections this autumn. When The calico ball, given by the
gressional young
were fortunate enough to there be- Fifteen minutes
get before this he had won
the campaign begins they can say to their men of Cocoa, in Hill's hall, Friday tween showers, report a very pleasanttime trip the steamer to the ocean, Sunday morning, in the great triumph of securing passage
friends who are dissatisfied with certain evening, was a grand success. Several and a most excellent supper. Maggie Among by the house of representatives of a tariff

items in the McKinley bill that "it is young people from a distance were pres- those present we noticed Mrs. Treutler, bill bearing his name. This was the
Alex. Carlile has quite a nice piece of Captain and Mrs. John Houston and climax of his ambition. And here
not proposed to pass that measure, but ent. The calico dresses worn by the yet
A similar ladies all Miss land cleared, and posts up for the fence, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and he was returning from the scene of his
the Senate bill. argumentwill young were very pretty.
preparatory to setting out orange and son, Claude Mrs. W. Wilson and victory in the most common of public
be made to those objecting to itemsin :Mary\ Hohens received a handsome bou-
peach trees. It is just south of his house. conveyances. There was something
Ruth and Mrs.
Captain Bennett
for the dress. The ,
the Senate bill. quet having prettiest plain, American, democratic about that
The peach trees that were put out last Mr. C. H. Walton Mr. Chas. and
music was furnished by Prof. Koerger method of travel on that occasion whichI
THE bill just passed by the Senate in year are looking so fine that everyone in others. The steamer started about eight confess to having an admiration for.

regard to original packages of fermented, "SOCIABLE" AT LA GRANGE. the neighborhood is encouraged in their o'clock a. m. for the Banana river, make Perhaps McKinley chose the common

distilled or other intoxicating liquors, culture. Some of the trees are fruiting ing a first landing at Mr. P. A. McMil publio conveyance because of its cheap-
The sociable at Uncle Jake's, Monday and had it not been for the cold ness. He is comparatively a poor man.
provides that whether transported into lan's place, at Tropic, on the way to the
evening, in honor of Mr. Tom Johnson, there would have been abundant Probably he was as rich in this world'lJgoods
State or Territory, or remaining quite an canal nearly opposite Dr. Wittfeld's,
any when he first came to as
and Masters John Carlile and congress
therein, such liquors shall be subject to junr., yield of fruit for the age and num- where it is about 100 yards to the ocean. he is now after thirteen years of service.
Ralph Gardner's birthdays was a most
the operation of existing laws of such ber of trees. After partaking of a first-class luncheonall Before entering congress he made a

State or Territory, enacted in the exer- enjoyable affair. A large crowd were Last Sunday was, we think, one of the wended their way to the beach to in- little money in his profession and investd
out and all seemed to enjoy the occasion it in a building in his town but for the i
cise of police powers, to the same extent most pleasant days it has been our privilege dulge in bathing, etc., which at this ;
much-at least would that has wouldat
we judge revenue brought him he
and in the same manner as though such very of Enjoying for some time, and we point is excellent for the purpose, but a times have been for
sorely pinched
they did from the peals of laughter
liquors or liquids had been productivein that could be heard many all the evening. know with some it will always be looked little too far from Eau Gallie. While ready money. McKinley leads a very

such State or Territory, and shall not Refreshments served nine o'clock. back upon as a bright spot in their lives some of the ladies and gentlemen were simple life in Washington. It is princi-

be exempt therefrom by reason of being were At the usual hour in the morning a large amusing themselves in the surf others pally a life of work. He occupies two
There was a profusion of flowers, but small in down town hotel. One
rooms a
introduced therein in original packagesor congregation was gathered at our church, were ruminating as to "what were the
we think that Aunt Nettie received the ia his wife's room, the other his work-
otherwise. It still requires passage in and after the very fervent prayers and wild waves saying." The sound of the
handsomest bouquet ; it was a most ex- shop. Mrs. McKinley is an invalid, and
the House to become a law. bud songs a sermon followed, delivered by. "sad sea waves" and the "moaning the her husband tenderly spends with her
quisite magnolia presented by one
Rev. A. B. Cohen, from Romans 3-24, tide" may be excessively depressing to every moment that can be taken from
of her friends and it didn't make
THE State Democratic Executive committee young "Being justified freely by His grace some poor souls who are compelled to his work. The two rooms adjoin, and

held a meeting at Tallahassee on Uncle Jake a bit jealous either. Tom I through the redemption that is in Christ listen all the year round to the doleful even when busiest he is constantly going

and unanimously decided wishes his birthday came once: a week. from one to the other. All winter and
Tuesday upon "
Jesus, which text he handled to per- dirges of the deep; but on this occasion
Ocala as the place, and August 13th as spring the ways and means committeehas
THE POLL TAX fection. All who were present pronounced there were many present who do not paya had almost nightly'meetings. These
the time for holding the State Convention it a most excellent and comforting visit to "Grand Old
Ocean" very often, were held at McKinley's room, that the
and also the Second District Con- Must Be Paid, and Collectors Held ReA- sermon. After the sermon and before'the
and to whom the of -aairmanmightbenearhischarge. Sows
trip was one pleasure.
the District convention to be ponsible for the Same. close, one of our sweet rnd amiable
vention, ladies went forward and AH appeared to have been well pleased see that even in a tariff bill, and in the
after the The letter has been young expresseda life of a man who all his energiesto
called immediately adjourn- following sent to desire with the gives
to unite with the church and be outing, and returned home well
ment of the State convention.The Tax Collectors of different counties !in baptized. It was arranged that we aU supplied with some beautiful flowers taxing of sentiment.legislation,there may be something --

first district committee adopted reference to the poll tax and its collection meet at the water's edge, near :Mr. Cole- from
Tropic as well number of
man's place at five o'clock and there as a peculiar Some people think members of con
Bartow as the place, and August 15th as : "As some collectors have expressed ,
she could make a public profession of trophies thrown up by "the gress do not work hard. They ought to
the date of their convention. The state doubts to their enforce
as authority "
her faith by immersion. We opened mighty deep. ee the ways and means committee mak-
committee adopted the popular vote as the collection of the poll or capitationtax Sunday School a little earlier in order to ing a tariff bill, or the members of the

the basis for representation-one delegateto it is proper to state that such tax, give us all time to attend. After full Editor Florida Star: Mnato finance committee dealing with

each one hundred votes-which makes being authorized by the constitution and school and very interesting lessons wall Your Narrows correspondent who the same question. A member of the

the total number of delegates in the state laws of the State must be collected as went to the appointed place and writes over the very unpatriotic signature .- former committee assures me that for
there witnessed our friend Vene-
young four months he and his colleagues workedan
convention 416. Owing to the fact that other taxes are. The Collector has power tia Mims buried in Baptism and madea of "Rebel" uses the expression in average of eighteen hours a day Sundays -

the yellow fever scare of 1888 reducedthe to enforce the collection by levy and child of God and heir of the kingdom his last letter "Mr. Jones, of Jonesboro." included. Almost daily they were

vote in some South Florida counties, sale, and is held responsible for all pollor of heaven. It was a most solemn and We wish to state that there is no place at it, individually or. collectively, from gIn

their is to be based taxes assessed solvent !- impressive sight, and will long be remembered named
representation upon capitation against in the Narrows. The Hear-
by many. Mother, father, the morning till past midnight.
the vote of 1886. tax-payers there is no law under brothers, sisters and friends were thereto settlers on J. LaRoche's Island have not ing at the Capitol from 10 in the morn-

The state committee will issue a call which he can receive credit for such welcome her into the Church. In' the yet selected a name for their settlement, ing till noon, executive meeting later in

recommending the counties to select their tax unless he can show that the party evening we again listened to a most impressive and as the matter concerns them alone, the day another meeting at McKin

delegates to the conventions on August against whom it is assessed is insolvent. sermon, and went home to they must respectfully ask"Rebel" to let ley's rooms in the evening, was the daily
feel that we had indeed made a Sab- routine. Often at 1 or 2 in the morning
2nd. The.state committee adjourned! to The. Attorney-General__ concurs in this bath day's journey towards the New them settle their own business to suit belated newspaper men have seen five or
t 1 "+
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fie, walking a half mile or mile to I the government increasing at the 1f7v LAKE WORTH-
their homes. They were members of rate of millions of dollars a day, and the THE NEW AND THE OLD.
Rays and means who had been in conference great problem was the procuring of revenue + Almost too damp now.
on the great taxing bill. : with which to carry on the war.
"WHICH THE SAME" REFERS TO The fresh water lakes are three fetor
Men who want success must work for Nearly thirty years ago he wrote a taxing up
it Washington as elsewhere. The very bill which carried his name to every THE DRESS OF WOMEN. more in the past week.

afternoon that I saw McKinley riding hamlet in the land, and here he is yet, f The Mary B. left again on the 31st,
homeward on the platform of a streetcar an octogenarian at the head of
sen- Olive harper Is of Opinion That Mo' *>rn bound for Jacksonville.Mr. .
one of the noted men of his times, I ate committee which is at work upon
also saw a handsome equipage standing another revenue act. Though chairmanof Gowns Are More Modest and Becoming ,I E. B. Plunket and wife left on the
li a secluded spot under the trees which the committee Senator Morrill is not Than Old Time Garments-Some Pictures 3rd for a two months visit to Georgia.

lurround the Capitol grounds. A pretty, much more than a figure head. His daysof to Support Her Views. /itt'1\' \ kiiv Horse-flies going, mosquitoes coming,
young woman sat in the cart. law making Yet
itjlieh are nearly run. it [Special Correspondence.] and full
Evidently. she was waiting for some one was the tariff that gave him prominenceand NEW YORK, June 5.-"I don't know fledged summer right here now.

laid the foundation for his fame. what the world is coming to, the young I Commodore E. M. Brelsford and wife
The real head of the senate committeeis ladies do dress so outrageously immodest left for a trip to Xorth Carolina on the
Senator Allison. Here we have still ," said an old lady to me recently, 3rd.
another example of the value of special- and I quite agreed with her at the time, I'LOOKING
izing one's efforts in a public career. but it so happened that the next day I Mrs. A. L. Wilder left on the 3rd fora

Allison, like McKinley, has made the i came in possession of a paper containingsome visit to friends and relatives up on the
tariff his distinct field. On these lines of the styles in vogue 100 years B. I. R.
he has approached the presidency, and ago, and from that time to the presentthe .
On the 25th ult. Miss Nellie B. Gale
may yet win it. Like McKinley, too,he new modes were presented by dec- ,
o Nr is a comfortable sort of person, smooth, ades, and I have been dazed and bewil. BACKWARD 100 YEARS. was elected as organist of the West Side

velvety, soft of touch, likable. It seems around. The waist was in form of a Sunday school.

f that in dealing with the revenues of a I, shirt front of fine white Scotch flannel, Mr. A. Wilson arrived home on the
government and the thousands of men : sl with white collar with
standing worn a 31st ult., after an absence of about two
whose interests are affected by the man- black silk four-in-hand tie. A neat gray weeks in Xew York.
ner in which those revenues are raised, cloth walking jacket hangs loosely open
it is the man who can say no smilinglywho r in front, and a pretty gray sailor hat Geo. Hunt says he will be willing to
does best. trimmed with a band and fan of white : capture the turtle if Gene will always be
-- In this Allison is even more skillful ribbon. OLIVE HARPER.
j on to take proper care of the ladies.
than McKinley. It has been said of him I
JqLzq that, if a judge and under the painful LONG LIVED NEW YORKERS. Ii i Capt. Harry Shaw arrived in with the

necessity of sentencing a malefactor to Corrinne on the 29th ult., on his way
the gallows,he could do it in such man- Men Who Have Endured the Hush of home from a trip down the coast, and
ner as to make the unfortunate quite
happy and content. Ask Allison to do the Metropolis for Many Years. left again on the 31 t.Ass't .

this or that for you, and he will comply [Special Correspondence.] Keeper D. A. Allen came downto
-- if he possibly can; but if he cannot he NEW YORK, June 5.-There appears to
WATnXQ FOR HrH W TRER. will put his arm about you, lead you off I be a popular impression that the hurly look after his pineapple, and other
from the Capitol,-and 'presently this into a corner and whisper his refusal sosweetly I Iw burly of the metropolis and the strain to crops, and after making a shipment of

some one appeared in the person of a teriousness and of with manner such that charming you like him-s- :I rG which the rush and dash of its business pines he left for his Jupiter tower on

member of congress who has a wife and in spite of your disappointment.And methods subject men's minds and bodiesare the 3rd.
family. Thus was explained the woman's ,
since revenues and taxes are neces- not conducive to longevity. Life in-
For a small garden, that of Mr. R. B.
selection of out of the
a shady, way sary features of this business of carryingon
nook for the trysting place. Men who a great government, and many unpleasant LILY AND HER GREAT-GRANDMOTHER. surance statistics show that this is a fallacy Moore, at Palm Beach, comes about as
have wives and families must be prudentif things must be'done in their dered ever since. While friend is and, besides, there are many strik- near to showing samples of all the kindsof
nothing else. This man is in the primeof name, we are lucky to have two such not 100 years old, her mother certainlymust ing instances of the erroneousness of the vegetables that can be raised here as
life, well to do and talented. He en- pleasant, sugar coated statesmen to do have the kind of idea. In a well known down town resort -
the work. WALTER WELLMAV. worn very gowns: almost any in this section.
tered congress a few years ago with which are presented in this article, as a few mornings ago, when rain was
brilliant but he is still of JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS.The Engineer Vose, of the steamer Lake
prospects one
they were the style when she was young. pouring down most energetically, e -I
the army of congressional unknowns. Many of these dresses were made of very Mayor Wickham, a frisky lad of about Worth, left for his down east home or.
Quaint Genius of the South-Ills
Soon he will be forgotten. As he step- Literary Career. thin material and worn over silk tights, 70, was accosted by a gentlem..a of erect the Mary B., taking a very bad hand
ped into the cart and drove away with which must have been very fine from bearing and whose eyes and skin were along with him. He will probably get
his charmer I could not help noting the Special Correspondence. the evident pai is taken to display them. clear. He had just finished a hot apple him
"sure to
June C. Joel Chandler Harris enough" girl help
contrast formed between him and the "
To still further mark the contrast, toddy. "Wickham, my dear boy, he
man who was journeying on the platform ,the only man who has sung the songsof young ladies'outdoor gowns of today are said in hearty tones, "you shouldn't be nurse it back into fit condition to handle

of a Pennsylvania avenue streetcar the plantation as they are worthy of displayed bes'de them. The demure out a day like this. The weather is too the levers by fall.

to his sick wife. being sung, may be said to have begunhis young lady in the jockey cap with the rough for a boy like you." The ex-mayor Ever since the Ruby Dye returned
McKinley's personality is an interesting literary career when he was scarcely long peak to it wears her hair in short, laughed and then inquired: "Mr. Tap-
one. He is one of those men who 20 yeah old. Shortly after the war endedhe unkempt looking lovelocks, and the book' pan, how old are you?" from her trip to the Keys we have expected -
set out in life with a and.who to hear some fish stories and be
purpose became assistant to the editor of a instructs the wearers of the scanty gowns "Ninety-five, was the proud reply.
bend every effort and circumstance to then in on the most graceful way of holding up "Will you have another toddy?" treated to several bursts of enthusiasm ,
the end in view. He is also one of the monthly magazine, published the skirt, by catching it near the bottom "Don't care if I do." The elder gen- from some of those who made the trip in

few men who can be earnest, firm, un- New Orleans.He and bringing that portion firmly up nearly tleman, who confessed to being almost a her but to the time
present nary
deviating, and at the same time suave worked diligently on the magazineand to the waist,allowing the front to "fall centenarian, is the father of FrederickW. up
and genial. He is a man who knows there completed the first period of mod,jstly over the arm." This was a Tappan, president of the Gallatin burst, and no tale of fish. It is rumored
how to have his way about things, to his professional education. When he street costume, and it would seem that National bank. Every morning except that a damper was thrown on all enthusiasm -

ride over other people when necessary, left New Orleans and went to Savannahto the wearers didn't mind sunburn. Sundays he travels down town and dili- by an occurrence interpolated in the
without making them his enemies. As accept a position on The Morning Among the quaint descriptions of the gently attends to his own business affairs programme by Capt. Dye-nothing less
chairman of ways and means, constructor News, a position which his growing different toilets is the following description without any assistance. He is still con- than a capsize in Biscayne Bay. How
and manager of a tariff bill, he good fame and repute as a hard worker of a toilet in 1786,a little more than a sidered in the commercial world a man
has been at the focus of much selfish- had won for him, he was a good, "all hundred years ago:"The Duthe was at the of great shrewdness and keenness of perception is it Captain?
ness. A thousand men of influence and round" newspaper man, ready to take opera recently in a dress of 'stifled sighs,'
importance have wanted thousand I any post, from local reporter to that of trimmed with 'superfluous regrets.' Her Exactly at 4:30 o'clock to the second A RUNAWAY TEAM.
things. They have brought to bear upon managing editor. And he was still a 'perfect candor' garnished with 'indis- every week day afternoon a tall, vigorous -
him all the pressure which lawyers and very young man. On The Morning creet moans' and ribbons and 'marked but white haired man strides into Mrs. Mussemlen and Daughter Slightly
lobbyists, politicians and capitalists News he had a long and successful attentions.' Her shoes of the queen's the Astor house rotunda and when he Hurt by a Runaway Team at Jacksonville
know so well how to bring. Whetherone career and there found time amid the tresses,' embroidered with diamonds in reaches the mahogany, without a word Last Wednesday.From .
agree or disagree with McKinley's multiplicity of the duties imposed upon 'perfidious blows.! Her bonnet was 'as- being spoken, a glass containing a lumpof
economic views, it must be admitted him to fall in love with and marry the sured conquest' style, trimmed with 'fly sugar and a spoon is placed before the Times-Union of last Thurs-
there is something admirable in the gracious lady who now presides over his aways,' and of 'lowered eyelids of rib- him and he is further provided with a day morning we clip the following para-
manner in which he has borne himself elegant home, and who has been to him bon." small pitcher of ice water and a bottle graph in regard to the above affair :
through this ordeal. Where other men his true helpmeet and the source of in- I think after that we can stand egg of whisky. "Dr. F. E. Buck and wife and Mrs. W.
would have become nervous or irritablehe spiration of some of his best work.It plant purple and all the other vegetablesin With the aid of the water and the D. Mussenden and Miss Mussenden of
has grown in graciousness and cour- was in 1876 that Mr. Estill, of The that kingdom of nature. The fear- spoon the sugar is dissolved thoroughlyand
tesy. Where others might have been News, parted with him with great regret fully and wonderfully made bonnet,and: then the whiskey is added with an Bath, Me., went out driving yesterday
sharp spoken or imperious, he has been to see him take the train which was in fact general get up of the great air of great solemnity. When the toddy afternoon in a surrey belonging at Hart-
deferential and pleasing. But he has to bear him to the sanctum of The At- grandmother's costume is tersely de- has been disposed of, the tall man strides ridge's stable. While passing along Ocean
been turned neither to the right nor to lanta Constitution and to enduring fame, scribed as "a bonnet of green silk, with! out to Broadway and jumps into a dingy street on Forsyth, the reach under the
the left. He has smiled and smiled, and for it was not until he had been firmly black ribbons and artificial flowers; "night hawk" cab, which is always in cf the carriage broke and struck
had his way stilL seated in his chair in The Constitutionoffice Spencer with half shawl, long embroid- waiting, and is driven to his residence on body
Now at the senate end of the Capitola that he began to draw upon the ered skirt and a balantine." I cannot Twenty-third street by a weather beaten the ground. The bumping frightenedthe
number of distinguished statesmen are hoarded stores of his youthful plantation imagine what the balantine is, unless it public Jehu, whose long blue coat is horses and they dashed away with
wrestling with this question of taxation. experience in those marvelous dialect is the fancifully worked satchel, but altogether faded, and whose high silk hat has long the front wheels which had been freed
Perhaps the most picturesque of them sketches which laid the foundation of when it comes to a question of ago lost its gloss. The occupant of the by the breaking of the king bolt. The
his success, and which have placed him grace or modesty or general attractiveness rattle trap vehicle is Dr. Norvin Green, thrown out but escaped
almost without a peer as a faithful delineator Lily's costume will have as good a president of the Western Union Tele- occupants were
of negro life, manners and talk. show as that of her great grandmother.To graph company. At 80 years of age he with a few bruises. Claude Smith assisting -
From the first appearance of his trace the fashions on down through] finds himself as frisky as when he was a the ladies to extricate themselvesfrom
dialect sketches, his rare portrayals of the phases of enormous sleeves and lumber country boy. the wreck. The horses were stoppedat

the folklore of plantation life, the preeminent yard capes through the awful hoop- David Dudley Field is only 82 years of the corner of Forsyth and Laura streets
r': success of Mr. Harris as an skirt era, through the "eelskin" dresses age. Nearly every morning of his life without further damage."
author was assured. Thousands read with their multiple and complex ruff he takes a horseback ride in Central
them eagerly. They were so true to lings to the pretty and even elegant park, and afterwards walks all the way
: nature, so replete with that quaint styles in vogue now, makes very interesting from his residence in Gramercyk to LOST. '
plantation humor which has now for- study, but it does seem utterly his office on lower Broadway. In his Between Titusville and City Point, oa

ever gone, save when it lives in the talk impossible to a person to believe that ninth decade he is still engaged in the county road, a carriage robe, colors black
of Uncle Remus and his friends, that it the wearers of those costumes thought active practice of the law.
and red which I would be glad to re-
required no eye of prophecy to see what them pretty or looked pretty in them. Instances such as these could be multiplied ,
garlands would crown the brow of him Classic gowns certainly have the merit of i almost indefinitely to show that cover. The finder will be rewarded.J. .

f who had preserved these precious "fliesin artistic grace, but none of the rest have, I the mad pace at which they are going C. NORWOOD,
amber." These sketches of "Uncle and yet 1 see an evident reaching out agrees with the modern New Yorker as City Point.
-, Remus" Mr. Harris collated into a toward the past for suggestions for the well as did the stolid gait of the broad
SENATOR ia volume, which had an immense sale future. I hope earnestly, however, that backed burghers who settled on Man- Xotlcc.
though not the most powerful, and the widespread popularity of this it they, the powers that be, do inflict hattan Island act in harmony with the
Senator MorrilL This fine old man volume induced him shortly thereafterto such punishment upon us it will at lethargy of their times. At a meeting duly called by law required
makes a picture worth looking at as issue another,entitled "Uncle Remus' least be tempered with mercy, and that Louis N. MEOARGEE. of the stockholders of the Indian
Bits at the head of the table in the committee and Sayings" which struck the ideas born of our times and needs will River Steamboat Company, the articlesof
on finance. The oldest man in Songs of the reading public with equal suggest changes and adaptations to our incorporation were so amended that
congress, and the veteran in service, he fancy requirements. Female Weakness Positive Cure. the paragraph which stated the general
to and adver-
and served solidify
presents in his career three or four distinct force, Surely they cannot find' in the dim nature of the business to be transacted
author's popularity.WAT
. the rare
He1raa tise TO THZjKDTTOB:
eras of his country's history. Jomrsox.Chicago and dusty records of the past anything reads as follow: "The general nature
a well known man in the days when prettier or half so suitable for a promomade PIe>>e inform your readers ftat I bare a positive the business to be transacted shall be the
Kansas: and slavery extension were theOTerwhp.1mh'g Feet. remedy for the thousand and one ills which arise !. maintenance and operation of a line of
drees for young ladies, either for from deranged female organ I-shall be glad to
interest. Teacher-How the Indian River and other
topics of public Chicago School many city or "outing," than the dainty little send two bottles of my remedy rats to any lady if steamboats on "
He committee ? will send their and O. address. of the State of Florida.
waa chairman of the house feet make a yard It of they Express P. waters
gown I saw yesterday. was gray; Yours respectfully,DB. J.B. UARCHISL 183 Gene
on ways and means in the early Tommy Lakeside-One." mohair, the skirt in accordion plaits all lee St,_Otica, N.Y. CHARLES C. Dnosa, Secretary.
years of the war, when the expenses ofr ""-Cher-Correct! .

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In Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Circuit CARDS.J.

THE GENTLER SEX. of Florida, in and for Brevard "" J.
A Bracelet of Flowers.A county. A. D. 1S90.-/ Chancery. GEOBG 11.: ROBBING, say' T R. Ve
Miss Lillian M. Fletcher, of New pretty new fancy for evening is to President Abstract Brevard Co. See,. Brnard.n F,

Hampshire, has gone to Honolulu to bea have a bracelet of flowers on one.arm JOSEPH F. CUASE ") & strut Co J-

teacher to the deaf, dumb and blind there. just below the short sleeve. The flowers vs. Bill for Divorce. ROBBINS GRAHAM,
Mrs. Mary McKellar (nee Cameron) must be real ones, fresh and fragrant,
from the affidavit of the ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
has been appointed one of the general and the bracelet is sometimes accompa- It appearing ,
herein filed that the defendant P. O. Box 250, TITUSVILLE, Bremd
complainant -
THEY SWORE.The secretaries of the Clan Cameron society, nied by a cluster of the same flowers Libbie A. Chase, resides beyond the Will practice in all the .-oonUei of Ca.the riorida Seventh
in the tulle of the shoul- Circuit and In the Supreme Court.
worn opposite
Glasgow. but is Si0 facJ1j_
Awful Iniquity of Two Enormously jurisdiction of this court, believed by ties for Examining and Perfecting Land
Jean lives in old fashioned der. An entire sleevelet is sometimes that defendant resides in Corre8pondence TiUea.
Wicked Small no,.. Ingelow an complainant solicited from C1&imanu and Rein
A friend of mine has two little sons, stone house in Kensington in the summer made of the blossoms, with a fall of lace Denver, State of Colorado, and that the to Spanish Gra.ntL Money to Loan 12

aged respectively 3 and 5 years. They time; in the winter she goes to the beneath.-New York Sun. age of defendant is over the age of twentyone D. L. GAULDEN,

have been most carefully trained, and south of France. She is nearly 60 years years.It .
warned and guarded against old, but is said to look much younger. A Disfigured Countenance.Many is, therefore, ordered that the said
especially ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Libbie A. Chase do
defendant plead, ,
profanity. But one day the little fellows Mrs. Walford, the author of some people who would scarcely no- answer or,demur to complainant's bill of Titusville, Florida.

arose feeling irresistibly impelled to do charming novels, including "Cousins"and tice an armless or legless man, will instantly complaint, herein filed, on or before July

something naughty, and, the nursery "Troublesome Daughters," is a very detect and remark on any blemishon the 7th, 1890, or the said bill will be takenas A. M. THRASHER,

door being open, we overheard the fol- pretty woman. She has merry eyes, a the human face and dive into all sorts confessed, and that complainant will be
little and beautiful mouth of speculations as to its cause and at- with his said ATTORNE
lowing: piquant nose a allowed to proceed ex-parte 5T-AT-LAW,
If doubt
John the and chin. tendant circumstances. you P. O. Box 20.
"Let's swear, proposed I cause. SANFORD, FLA
elder.'Well. this assertion become possessed of a It is further ordered that a copy of this Will practice 1n all th counties of the Seventh
Howard de Walden has
Lady expressed CIrcuit and
discolored optic and note how much at- Supreme Court.
four S
order be week for
published once a
leth, lisped wee Charlie. her intention of endowing, at a cost of
tention it will invite. A black is
eye consecutive weeks in the FLORIDA STAB
"Go ahead,"said John, encouragingly."You 10,000 or 12,000, a ward at the West avoidablebut blotches pimples JOXES & ATKINSON,
generally in Titusville Bre-
a newspaper published ,
thwear firtht, replied Charlie.A Kent hospital, at Maidstone, England, as marks
and other scrofulous and eruptive vard county, Florida, prior to the 7th dayof Attorn
moment's hesitation and John responded a thank offering for her recent recovery steal upon us without warning and are July, A. D. 1890. eys-at-Laiv,

emphatically: from a serious illness. frequently the first intimation of the Witness the Honorable 1n D. Broome, Titusville Florida.
"I swear! Zazel, "the human canon ball," has Fact that our blood i is going wrong. A Judge of the said Circuit Court, as well as T. SANDERS
"Tho do I," asserted Charlie,solemnly.And been talking to a committee of parliament prompt and systematic use of P. P. P. A. A.Stewart, clerk thereof,and the seal of J. ,

that evening before saying their upon the subject of child acrobats, ([prickly ash, poke root and potassium) said court, at the Court-house, in Titus

prayers the little sinners penitently con- the committee having before it a bill for will purify the blood, cleanse the skin ville, this 19th day of May, A. D. 1890. Will ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

fessed that they "has sweared" in the the protection of such performers. Sheis and give back to the face nature's familiar A. A. STEWART, dicial Circuit practice of In Florida.P. all the.,Couru of the Seventh.Ju.

morning.-Chicago Ledger. said to have made a very good speech. ruddy signs of health. Get it at your Clerk of the Circuit Court.L. O. Box 23;. TITUSYILLE. FLA.
druggist. Money to Loan.
Mrs. Campbell-Praed has lately finisheda Complainant's Solicitor. o
What lie Was
Doing. ------ --- -------
novel to be called "The Rival Prin TOR THE BLOOD, L. T. DANIEL,
distinguished literary man, one
: cess." This lady is an Australian, since Weakness, Malaria, Indigestion and NOTICE.In .
of those intervals of leisure that the tired Biliousness, takeBROWN'S
Lrain needs now and then, was in his I her father was a squatter in Queensland.Her IRON BITTERS.It Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Cir- DENTIST,

study with the door locked. He was maiden name was Rosa Murray- medicine.cures quickly.Get the genuine.For sale by all dealers in cuit of the State of Florida, Brevard COCOA, FLOBIDA,
Prior, and she was born at Bromelton A. D. 1890.
trimming his corns with a razor. D. L.
Station, on the Logan river, In that The First Symptoms of Death. M. DODSON,
Some of the greatest men on earth are Wignell &Twcltridge )

troubled with corns. easternmost province of the continent. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in vs. I Attachment. DENTIST

"My dear," said his wife, softly,as she Margaret Lady Sandhurst, who, beinga various parts of the body, sinking at the The Indian River Amount sworn ,

tapped at his door, "shall I come in?" woman, was not considered qualified, pit of the stomach, loss of appetite,fever- Land & Improv'ru't ''v to $7,892.09. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

"I am rather-er-particularly en- though elected, to take her place on the ishness, pimples or sores, are all positive Co., a corporation the Aching teeth filled and saved without destroying

gaged now, Alvira," he replied, somewhat new government board of London, has evidence of poisoned blood. No matter existing under the ( Damages claim'd fully.nerves.Roots Teeth crowned with auh.tantially.abceuea treated PUteVcf wccW

shortly. recently published an interesting leaflet flow it became poisoned it must be purified law of the State of JI $16,000. pure Para gum. Broken Plates mended.

"Would you mind telling me, Henry, called "My Home for Crippled and In- to avoid death. Dr. Acker' Eng- New York. lyOffce fitting plates on corrected.Washington Teeth extracted. palnleai

the nature of the article you are work- curable Children," in which she describes. lish Blood Elixir has never failed to remove To the defendant corporation and all avenue. g

ing on?" she inquired. the home and the kind of massage and scrofulous or syphilitic' poisons. other persons interested: WALTER S. GRAHAM, M. D.
"Reducing the surplus!" said the liter- manipulation adopted. Sold under positive jruarantee. Sold by You are hereby notified that a writ of
Dixon & Gray attachment has been issued against Office
druggists.COlluulsslonel"s you ConnnlUtirn. $1.00.
ary man, savagely. "Go away, Alvira, Miss Elaine Goodale, the poet, who is and property attached to satisfy the Visits in Titusville, $2.00.

and don't bother me-Chicago! Times. superindent of Indian school in Dakota, demands your of the plaintiffs above set forth. doubt Calla t between rates.Obbtetrical. 10>p. m. and 6 a. m.will be charted
will live principally in a in the Sale.
wagon And,now, unless you shall appear before cases, and cases ouUide the Corpora
Holiness. summer. She has been supplied by Gen. tion are positively declined.
the of said Court at the
Judge our ,
By virtue of an order from, the honorable
Salesman (in the Bowery Overland Un- commissioner of Indian affairs
Morgan, ,
Court House in Titusville in said County -
Minor S. Jones, County Judge in and F. LEWIS
derland Tea company-I couldn't helpit with a covered wagon and a pair of for the county of Brevard,State of Florida, of Brevard, on or before the 7th day J. ,

sir. I was a-cleanin' the canisters !. horses to travel from school to school dated June 3rd, 1890, I will sell before of July, A. D. 1890, the same being Rule

when the whole pail 0' vinegar upset into through Dakota. She will be attendedon the Court-house door, in the town of Ti- Day, and plead or demur to the declara- Civil EDEineer and Snrveyor

the chest o' Rio! her travels by two Indians,a man and tusville, in the county and State aforesaid, tion of plaintiffs herein filed, judgmentwill Titusville. Flo. ,

Proprietor-Sorry, but I'll have to dock his wife. between the legal hours of sale, on the be rendered against you by default

you five dollars. (Two minutes later)- 7th day of July, 1890,to the highest bidder, and your property sold to pay the debt. B. BURCHFIELD
Yes, mum, it's the rarest kind o'brand- THE LATEST IN SHOES. for cash, all the right, title, interest and Witness the Honorable Jno. D. Broome, R.

forty cents a pound. Why--er-le's see estate, which'George Warren, late of Bre Judge of said Courts as well as A. A. COUNTY
-imperial pungent Java. Two pounds? The "K" is a neat shoe of dark red vard county, deceased, had at the time of Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the SURVEYOR.Orders .

Yes, mum.-American Grocer. colored leather. It is fastened across his death, in and to the following describedreal seal of said Court, this the 15th day by mail will receive as prompt

the instep by two narrow bands of leather estate, situate, lying and being in Bre of March, A. D., 1890.L. attention as calls in person. ,

Somewhat of a Drop. forming the letter "K." vard county, Florida, to wit: the south half [ S.] A. A. STEWART, Address: Georgiana, Fla.
of the northeast } of the southeast | of
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Guest-Have ? boot" is
you any quail on toast "gaiter a high legged
northwest } also the northwest J of south- RUE P. ELY
Waiter-No, sir. boot,and buttons in a straight line down east } of northwest } also the northeast |of LA

Guest Any broiled snow birds? the left side like a gaiter. The top of the southwest J of the northwest } also the NOTICE Notary Public for the State

'aiter-Ko, sir. the boot is of glace kid, the vamp of south half of the northwest } of the south- Is hereby given that six months after at Large.
Guest-Well, how about stewed terrapin patent leather. west i of the northwest } of section 20, the first publication of this notice I will of the Peace, 17th Dist.

? Another new boot has transparent up- township 21 south range 35 east. present my final accounts and apply to CONTRACTOR 30 & BUILDERof
Waiter-We haven't any, sir. pers made of open work silk net. It is II. F. ATKINSON, the County Judge of Dade County for finish over a years' experience. Natural I

Guest-Then give me a corned beef generally; worn in the evening, and the Commissioner. my final discharge as administrator of specialty.Melbourne Florida. a

sandwich.-Lawrence American.It wearer of it has an opportunity of dis- the estate of August liars late of Dade ,

playing an elaborate stocking. Notice. County, Florida, deceased. GEORGE W. MORTON,
Troubled Him. After the "gaiter boot," the next new- Under and by virtue of an order issued ,

Wife-Why are you so blue, John? est novelty iai a boot made of glace kid, by lion. Minor S. Jones, County Judge of Administrator. Civil Engineer & Notary Public,
Didn't you say you found $50 to-day? Brevard County, Florida, in the petition
the toe of which is ornamented with a NOTICE. MORTONIIDRST, IIEATII, FLA.
Husband Yes, and something else, of Mary V. Houston, guardian, I will sell
of flowers embroidered
Surveying and
butterfly or a Leveling Architectural
at public outcry, before the Court House All concerned will take notice that, six ,
too."What on the boot in colored silks.A Drawing, Township and Section :
my dear?" door of said county, at Titusville, betweenthe months after date, I will present my final Deeds Maps.
"The man it belonged to."-New York dainty shoe for afternoon wear witha legal hours of sale, on the first Monday account to Honorable Minor S. Jones, on hand., Mortgages, etc. Blanks constantly -

Sun. tea gown is of pale blue satin embroid- in July, A. D. 1S90, the same beingthe County Judge of Brevard county, Florida,

ered with beads and silk of the same 7th day thereof, the following property, and pray for an order dismissing me from A. FROSCHER
That Is Very Different. shade, and finished off round the top to-wit: An undivided one-half interest ina the further execution on the estate of JohnE. ,

Mrs. Gazzam-I'm sorry to say that I with a fluffed out silk ruche. It is not certain lot of land described as follows : :Moore, late of said county, deceased.S. TITUSVILLE, FLORID

can't break my husband of the habit of considered necessary to have a back to Beginning on the east side of a public H. RAY, Administrator. Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden
road at the northeast corner of a tract of Titusville Jan. 6 1890. 3S-6rao.
his at table. shoe the must ,
using toothpick this particular so wearer
land now owned by Mrs. Mary Young, Coffins Cases and Caskets.
Mrs. Laker (of Chicago-I) have no move about gently in order to keep it on. said point being 560 feet south of the north Administrator's Notice.All ,

trouble of that kind. My husband neveruses line of section 21, township 27 south, range Funerals attended if desired. All orders

a .toothpick. He takes a fork. Pjomising. 37 east, and 1613 feet east of the quarter persons haying claims against the and at reasonable rates.

When Jon 53 was a boy section post on the north boundary of said Estate of Aaron P. Cleveland, late of Embalming done.

He was not very bad. section ((21) thence east variation 2 55' Breyard County, Florida, deceased are
Brave to ekteaAnellL And every one said."He' east 440 feet on to J. O. and C. II. Walton'sline hereby required to present them, duly IST-A.UMAX'S:
Englishman-Some of our English "a promising lad." : to Indian River, thence northward authenticated, to the undersigned, within

girls are quite expert with the gun, don't And when he outgrew along the river shore 100 feet, thence south the time prescribed by law or this notice NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY

you know. Lady Eva Wyndham Linn Each plaything and toy 8-10 west 420 feet, thence south 10 east will be pleaded in bar of such claims. THE PIONEER AGEXCY.
shot six man-eating tigers in India. Ills friends always said, along the east side of said road 63 feet to And aft persons indebted to said Estateare
American Girl-If they "He's a promising boy." the of 76-100 For terms and sample copies address
were eating point beginning, containing hereby required to make immediate
nice men, she did just right.-New York Then when he'd grown up. acres, more or less, said land being the payment to CHAS.H. NAUMAN,
Weekly. And in business began. property of C. M. Houston, a minor, and OSCAR HALT, Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla.Chinese .

His creditors said, being sold for his use and benefit.II. Administrator.
An Objectionable Old Alan. "He's a promising man." F. ATKINSON, YEE LEE,
This 27th of 1890.
Young ies-Going to make a flower They tried to collect 7 Commissioner.Master's May,

bed here, Smithers? Why, it will quite On each overdue bill; Laundry,
spoil our tennis ground. They didn't succeed Notice to Creditors Legateesand
And he's promising stilL Sale. Distributees. Main Street,
Gardener Well that's orders
yer pa's ,
journal Education.Better
miss. He'll hev it laid out for horticul- of Under and by virtue of a decree of All persons having claims and demands TITUSTILLE FLORIDA. .

tur', not for husbandry.-Yankee Blade. Than a Fire Department. foreclosure and sale rendered by the judgeof against the estate of William H. Benest, a ,
the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial '
creditors distributees
legatees or will take
The Genuine Article. Circuit of Florida, sitting in chancery at notice that their claims must be presentedto Schooner, MANATEE,

is trade ? chambers for the county 01 Brevard, dated me within two years from the date here "
Buyer-How now J. 1" ZELLERS
the eleventh day of February, A. D. 1890, Master.
of, the will
be barred and
or same ,
Seller-Good-I've got a silent persons
partner. in a certain cause wherein The Florida indebted said This 28-ton Yacht can be charteredfor
I1 to estate will make paymentto
Who is it?
Buyer Agricultural College, a corporation organ- me. all points up and down the river, on
Seller A deaf mute.-Lowell Citizen. ized and existing under the laws: of the I ALBERT F. QUIMBY, the coast, or to the Bahamas.

Not State of Florida, is complainant, and SarahG. Administrator of William II. Benest, late Commodious, safe and good accommo-
Living. Gleason and William II. Gleason
are of said county, deceased. dations. Further particulars addressTITUSVUXE -
"Where are you living now?" asked defendants, I will sell at public outcry, in April 28, 1890.
one congressman of another. front of the Court-house door of Titusville, JXA.
"No place; I'm d:"ing by inches at the Brevard county, Florida, on the first Mon- XOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.The .
- hotel."-Washington Post. day in July, A. D. 1890, the same beingthe Notice.Six .
seventh'day of the month, during the weeks after date hereof I will apply books for assessing the Taxes on

Another Victim. legal hours of sale, for cash, to the highest to Hon. Minor S. Jones, county judge of property within the corporate limits of

The moonlight shone on the drifted snow, bidder, the following-described real estate, Brevard county, Florida, for letters of ad- the Town of Titusville are open at Dixon
And the night was calm and still. to-wit : ministration cum testamento annexo of & Gray's Drug Store. All persons Inter-
The old horse walked but they let him go A tract of land in the village of Eau Henry R. W. McBride, late of said county, ested are requested to make their returns.
At his own sweet will Gallie, Brevard county, Florida, describedas deceased. The said deceased having S. F. GRAY,
follows, to-wit : All of block "C" of said named Tax Assessor for the Town of Titusville.
Time was no object' to them just then; no executor of his last will and tes
They were willing the hon should walk; village, said block being bounded on the tament.

For her lover to her was a king among men. First Young America Why wusn't north by; "Fountain Park," west by Pine- This, May 1st, 1890. EDGAR HOUSE t
And she wanted to talk. apple avenue, south by Jouset street and ,
yer up to de fire las' night, Chimmy? CIIAS. T. McBRIDE,
So they dragged along et a snail like pace Second Young America(extremely dis east by Indian River, according to a survey 3 6t Melbourne, Fla. Close to Indian River Inlet.
made William H. Gleason
While she deftly spread her net, but, just luck, it by a map FLORIDA.Fish .
gusted-I wus; my wus FORT PIERCE
of in ,
which is now on record Brevard
TO at last they came to a dangerous place, k
put out de minit I got dare. I allus wusa the said block the block Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. the
And the sleigh upsetEbe county; being on Oysters and Game by
Jonah on a fire, anyhollarper'sBazar. which the Agricultural College building is THE BEST SALVE in and
landed head first In a ten toot drift, the world for Cuts, Millions. Boats, Wagons Buggies 11.
situated, or as much thereof as will be sufficient Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fe- "
And the old horse ran away, to take Tourists hunting or .
But first he gai 3 his hind feet a lift Willie Explains. to satisfy said decree and costs of ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands Chilblains Good Road from here to ;!
1 /
< sale. fishing.
And dcmzushed the sleigh. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
I "Willie," said a lawyer to his son, "didI Purchaser to pay for titles. and positively; cures Piles or no re- the Gulf Coast.
She got some c :ow down the back of her neck, I hear you swearing this afternoon?" JAMES SANDER, quired. It is guaranteed to pay sell in
dido give perfect I have Lots and Houses to
But the t enraged
get ; l
"No, father. I may have been affirm- Special Master. satisfaction, or refunded. Price
For before he had cot her out of thwreck money Town. Call or Address :
Bba bad got engaged. Ii ing with unnecessary emphasis, but I Beggs & Palmer and Robbins and Graham 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & Edgar

-Boston CourUr. wasn't swearin ."-:Washington Post. solicitors for complainant. 7 Grey. 10-19. A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor.




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Aa Interesting Applicant. Our Very Best People THE TEl.OPJOAL TEl.UNK. LJNE. 4J1,

Editor What do you know about the Confirm our statementwhen we say thatDr. JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA k KEY WEST SYSTEJ. :r \.

newspaper business? Acker's English Remedy is in every "r.f
(applying for a posi- way superior to any and all other preparations !
tion-Nothing, sir. for the Throat and Lungs. In I Going South Read Down STATIOXS. Going worth,Bud Up

E.-Do you mean to say that you have Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic 1 + oOamlLeave/ + t600pm
::: 7 45&m 1230pm 9 ) Jacksonville Arrive 900am 1150am 6 Mpm 4 Opm
just finished at and do think and relieves at We offer a
college not once.
HE KILLED THE GRIZZLY. you 6::o 1010 200 10.0 Arrive Sl Augustine Lean 130 1020 410 2 :0: \f
you can fill the shoes of an editor-in- sample bottle free. Remember, this $30 Palato 8 60

Dpfortnnately. However, the Destruction chief? Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee. 15 610 46 "" Ormond Daytona ".. 6 610 32 .

Didn't. Stop with the Bear. C. G.-I am quite sure that I could not. Sold by Dixon & Gray, druggists.A i -r + + I "

"Did I ever see a grizzly repeated the E.-Then I will engage you, because 4 lOpm U iOp1l 8 50am I Leave Jacksonville Arrive 6 30am 1240pm 6 OOpm t tr
Scrap of Paper Saves Her 545 139 948 Arrive Green Cove Spring Leave 62.& 11 39am 4 55 tjI.
nan in the bearskin overcoat. "Well, you interest me as the first example of Life.It 100 2351045'. Palatka .. 4 'S 1045 400 .
I should remark! Yes, sir; and killed such unique collegiate modesty that has 8 U 339 12 02pm Seville a.. 305. 936 2 U i } ',:
under was just an ordinary scrap of wrapping 4 33 1 23" DeLand & 810 135 Isl
come observation.BostonBudget. '"
one, too. What do you think of those my paper,but it saved her life. She was 10 .0 4 26 115 Orange City Junction .". 149 8 S.! 111
clawsr 1110 5 00 1 50"' i anford 115 1 65 lID ,
for in the last stages of consumption told 4 61 '. Enterprise II .7 63 .-
And he pulled out and passed around How lie Sold Them. by physicians that she was incurable and 6 50 Titusv1Ue .6 00
for inspection several claws which gave could live only a short time; she weighedless I 903am 6 OS I I ".. Orlando "" 1140 <<145 I I
10 00 1 30
one the shivers with their length and than seventy pounds. On a piece of Tampa
she read of Dr. King's
sharpness.!. i paper t 1i t I t800pm
"I had a sawmill out in Nevada," con- New Discovery and got a sample bottle; 215pm 10 55am Leave Palatka Arrive 400pm 10 35am
it helped her, she bought a large bottle 910 309 1135 Arrive Interlachen Leave 3 03: if 25
tinued the man, after the claws bad been 1015 345 1211pm" Uawthorno 231 825
it her another
helped more, bought ..
gathered in, "and one day when I was L 1100 410 123 Rochelle 210 1 40
grew better fast, continued its use and is 1155 140 110 &0 Gainesville "' 130 6 50
all alone a thumping big grizzly carnedown 448 117 .. Lake 129
lowstrong,healthy, rosy plump, weighing Orange .. I .
out of a gulch, entered the mill, 140 pounds. For fuller particularssend 540 213' OcaJa 1235
l 115 4 07" Leesburg 10 388m
and drove me out. He didn't seem very 11! stamp to W. H. Cole. Druggist, 835 535" Pemberton 910
ferocious, but as soon as he had chasedme Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this won- I 9 to 6 30.' Brooksville ".. 815
derful Disbovery free at Dixon & Gray's 5 35" Eustill 905
out, he began rolling and playing inapileofsawdust. I' Ta.vares ". 840
His antics Irugr-store. 22
were laughable
Daily;$ Daily except Sunday; ,Sunday only. Trains leaving Jacksonville 8.50 a. m. and Palatka
,and it was plain that he was almost 4:00 p. m. are daily between Jacksonville and Palatka.

tickled to death. He stayed around for Dr. Acker's English Pills CONNECTIONS: At Jacksonville with diverging lines north east and Mest At Orange City Junction
hour or two, and then walked off. Are active effective and For sick for Orange City. New Smyrna and Lake Helen. At Jupiter with J. k L W. Ry. for Lake Worth. At San t
an pure. ford with O.B Ry. for Oakland Tarpon t-prings, Clearwater and Gulf Coast points!, and with South FloeIda ]
Next day, at about the same hour, he headache, disordered stomach, loss of Ry for Winter Park. Maitland, etc. At Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Hey West. Havana and
came again, and again he played in the appetite, bad complexion and biliousness, I Mobile and for Manatee ulcer points. At Punta Oorda with steamers for Key Vet, Havana, Punta
Rassa, St James City and Fort Myers Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping: cars on through fast mail train
sawdust,like a pup rolling on the grass." they have never been equaled, either in daily between New York and Tampa without change. For information call on or addressD.

"But why didn't you shoot him?"asked : = = = ==:u. America or abroad. For sale by Dixon .F. JACK, General Manager. G. D. ACKERLY, Gen Passenger Agt.JACKSONVILLE .
one of the group. & Gray, druggists
"Because my man had gone off to get Lady of the House-I don't need any Eupcpsy.

my Winchester repaired, and I had onlya of burglar alarms.
your This is what you ought to have, in
revolver. You might as well shot at Agent That's just what the lady next act.! you must have it, to fully enjoy life. Olyde SteamElaip: : Oo.
him with a I determined to do for and
popgun. door said. Thousands are searching it daily.
for him, however, and on the morning Lady of the House (on the alert-Said mourning because they lind it not. Thousands New York, Charleston & Florida Lines. 't.,

the third day I planted twenty pounds of what? upon thousands of dollars are

powder in the center of that sawdust pile, Agent-That it was no use of me call- spent annually by our people in the hope
and laid train around behind the mill. that; they mar attain this boon. And yetit T-
a ing here, as you wouldn't need any, be-
be had all. We that
I shut down and watched for old may by guarantee
noon cause you had nothing to steal, but I Electric Bitters, if used according to directions -
and at 2 clock he hove in
Ephraiux I
thought will
and the use persisted in,
tight. lIe came right along as if he had Lady of the House(grinding her teeth) bring you Good Digestion and oust the

the best right in the world to be there, -Give me three.-Racket. demon dyspepsia and install instead Eu-

and, without looking around for me, he peps[ }". We recommend Electric i tters

made for the sawdust and began to enjoy tier Pensive Way. for dyspepsia and all diseases of the liv- -
himself. I let go for him with the train She was delicate as a lily, one of those er, stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. ......- ;r _- :-.

and took to my heels. There was flash fragile creatures whom one cannot but and $1.00 per bottle by Dixon & Gray, = -
and a crash and a smash, and looked love, but for whom one trembles lest druggists. Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :

back to find everything gone and the some rude wind should sweep her away. Do Not Suffer Any Longer. (Standard Time.)

heavens showering down the blood and She Chicago girl. Algernon was New
was a be checked York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to. New York.
that cough
hair of the grizzly. I had blown him up, calling upon her. In her low, sweet Knowing a can I
in and the first of
day stages con-
but the mill went, too." voice, almost plaintive in its tremulous a Pier 29, E. River. STEAIER.
sumption broken in a week, we hereby Tuesd 27 at 3 m ......IHOQCOIS.Sunda, June 1, at 3
"But where was the sawdust?" softness, she said. to him: \y, May p pm
guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough Friday, 30, at 3 p m..CIlEROKfE,.....Thursday, '" 5, at 6 a m
"In the mill. "Why is Chicago like the driver of a
Remedy, and will refund the money to Tuesday, June 3, at 3 p m...... YE IASSEE, ......Sunday, u 8, at 4 am
'And it didn't occw. to you that In bobtail car: all who buy take it as per directions, Friday, 6, at 3pm ......SEIIXOLErhursday, h 12, at 12 noon

blowing up the bear'you would= ] Algernon said oo didn know. and do not find our statement correct. Tuesday, 10, at 3 p m...... IROQUOIS.Suflday, U 15. at 2 pm

"Also blow up the mill? No, it did not. "Because," she explained, "when Chi- Sold by Dixon & Gray, druggists. Frid IY, .' 13at3pm ......CIIEROKEE.Thursday, 19, at 5 am

It was an error of/judgment on my part, cago calls for the fair it is passed up." Tuesday, 17, at 3 p m ......SEIIXOLE.8uuday, U 22, at 7 a lY
and that accounts for my being dead Algernon went out into the darkness That Terrible Cough Friday, 20, at 3 p m..IROQUOISTbursday, II 26, at 11 am "

broke at present, and under the necessity and the street. Beside a board,fence he In the morning, hurried or difficult Tuesday, U 24, at 3 p m ......CIIEROKEE.Sunda, U 29, at 1 pm,

of traveling second class. Gentle- s:1wa little drifted heap of snow. He breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in Friday, 27, at :3: p m...... SEMINOLE.Thursday, July 3, at 4 am ., f;

men, be warned by my sad fate. If you seized a handful of it and pressed it on the chest, quickened pulse, chilliness in For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to rt

ever want to blow up a bear lead him off his throbbing temples.Merchant Trav- the evening or sweats at night, all 011 any J A. LESLIE Supt., Jacksonville; 1. G. EGLR. Traffic tanager 5 Bowling Green,New York;
to some desolate spot where no harm can eler. of these things are the first stages of JO3N L. HOWARD. F. F. A., Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER, F. P. A., Jacksonville.
Dr. Acker's English ATM P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents, 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia ; 5. Bow-
come of it, and five pounds of powderwill Ought to Be Shock Sufficient.Dr. consumption. fearful Hug: Green, :Sew York.
Cough Remedy will cure these
him ten.-New
as high as
Lancet (the family physician- symptoms, and is sold under a positive

, York Sun. Or Its Own Accord. Well Dr., doctors ScalpeHcalled, what do in you consultation think? i guarantee by Dixon & Gray, druggists. MALLORY'S NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINES.

"Somebody has taken my revolver out The patient evidently requires a shock to CHEAPEST FROM -MAKEf

of my desk," said the religious editor, his sensibilities to arouse him from the I rJT New York Philadelphia Boston & Florida. i.
CO. ,
glancing round the room. present condition of lethargy.Dr. ; Manly Wlanfg ,

"You didn't know it was loaded, did Probe (also called. in consultationHow ) Setting front FERNANDINA, Fla., Every THURSDAY. .

you," asked the snake reporter. would it do to show him the bill DALTON, GEORGIA.IROtl } NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m. "t ;

I for this consultation?-New York Press. RAILINGS, GATES .
"No, I didn't think so. IRON STEAMERS-' : !.'

"In that case it probably went off of I POSTS, CRESTINGSJAILS t

its own accord. They always do, you Logical Reckoning Paris ROOFS, STAIRS !Rio Grande,

know, when you don't think they're Two conscripts approaching Capt. Connor.
asked a peasant the distance yet to tra Cast Columns
Times.A ,
: State of: Texas
TOM Bird. verse.' "Ten miles." 3 TE.EL Lintels, Sills, etc Capt. Williams. L

Customer-I've been cheated. I thoughtyou "Good cried one of the travelers; MILLS APLRLOVLEAMTISTTS. City of": San Antonio
said this parrot could talk. "that makes it only five miles apiece.- \ P t

What I said Philadelphia Times.We BEST IN THE Capt Wilder. "
Bird Fancier-No, sir. ,

was that he had been brought up in the SU1'rlsedlA T1ill[) NEW SOUTI Passengers from Titusville, Indian River and East Coast poll ts. arriving in Jacksonville from J.,T.
company of learned men,and was full of Are amasseda & K. W. Railway, make connection with morning and afternoon trains for Fernandina and Steamers U
chewing gum manufacturer advertised
and scholarship. Of course
philosophy fortune of 1000000. Let's see. Say for Pictures anPrices The 4:15 p. m. train from Jacksonville connects with stetmer at Fernandina.
idle words have no
attraction he don't talk.for him.Mere But he's a remark- six sticks for five cents; five into 100- W iii'1 or anythin Leave New York. STEAMERS. Leave Fernandina.

able parrot because he's a great thinker. COO.OOO goes 20,000,000 times. Twenty sticksof you need in Friday, May 30,...........................RIO OHAXDEThl1rsday, June 3

-Argosy. million times six equals 120,000,000 METAL, we can send it promptly. Friday, June 6,.......................STATE OF TEXASThursday, 12
Washington "
gum. Great heavens, girls!- Friday, 13..............._......... RIO GRAXDE..Thursday, 19
A Sore Itoad to Sucreu. Star. Be sure you mention this paper.PIPIPI Friday, ,........................ OF TEXAS.Thursday, cc 2G

Reporter (to wealthy Canadian formerly Friday, 27,..................... .....RIO GRAXDE..Thursday, July 3
a citizen of the United States- Luring Him On. Friday, July 4,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,...............Thursday, 10

To what do attribute your success in Servant (at sweet girl's boudoir} Mr. Friday, 11,.................. .......RIO GRANDE,..................Thursday, 17
you Nicefellow's in the parlor, miss. Friday, 18,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,..............Thursday, ;>4

life Canadian? Young man,a careful studyof Sweet Girl(throwing down a novel- Friday, 25,........................... RIO GRANDE,................. Thursday, cc 31

knowledgeof Horrors! And my hair is all down! Tell Is recommended by physicians because they see its For General"intorIlJation apply to 11 West Bay Street, Jacksonville 11s.
geography and a thorough healthy effects all around them.A J. M. CUTLER Gen. Pus. Agent. .
railroad routes placed me where I am him hell have to wait a little, as I'm in leading physician in New York and director of G. M. HUBBY, Ageut,foot of Centre street,Fernanoina,Fla.C. ,

Mac.-Mnnsey's Weekly.Tranamutmtlon the kitchen helping mother.-Life. one of the large hospitals, says, Feb. Sth, 1890, he H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y.
baa made use of the P. P. P. sent him, and was
to P P. P. proved efficacious in a number .
pleased hay
of Metals. Chanced Times. of cases, and adds it is no more than he should Egyptian Queen, Ripley Black & White Antigua & other fancy Pine Slips & Suckers

"Where is you hired now, Matildyr'"rse Pater My boy, when I was your age bave such anticipated well.known from drugs.A the.satisfactory combinationof Nunan's Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early.
de most 'spec-
working now for desk at 7 o'clock in the soil and climate.
I was at my prominent railway superintendent of Savannah Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our
Austin. Dey
table, high toned folks in morning.The (name given on application) says he was crippledby INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.
well fixed shore." but I know the a disease in legs and arms, powerless to walk or and and
am Son-That may be, Also Bone Meal Cotton Seed Meal, etc., Mapes
sich?" eat without assistance having lost the rise of his Send for Circular. ,
"Has dey got silberware and business is perfectly safe in your hands, limbs by rheumatism, malaria, dyspepsia etc. Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
"I should say so. Dey has silver tin even while I'm away.-Life. Physicians here sent him to New York and they JOHN B. BEACH Indian Riyer :Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla. t
wreck ,
complete a
biler in de kitchenam returned him here and he was as
pans, ani de copper as one could te and lite A course ot P. P P. has
pure gold.-Texas Siftings. Logical. made him a well man. .

Sunday School Te.1cher-Edith, what P. P. P. is known among physicians the South FINE SHOW CASES
wonderful as the great
A Man of Resource of for its various and cures
what means of I must you always do before you repent blood purifier of the age.
Father-My sins? -AT Lo'W"ES ccs.-
has that man who comes your Lz:: (
support young I that I should
Edith'Yell, suppose Cedar
and Prescription cases,
here often? Blood Poison. Also Wall
of Education
so commit them.-Journal ,
inventor. have to Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays
Clara-He an and ,
Father What has he Invented? and Stools. Cabinet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Atlanta stores Ga.

Tommy (who has been under the sofa) Dangerous Pets. Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, old Banks. Catalogue free. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., ,

Some of the biggest lies on record. "If Britannia rules the sea," said Mar sore, pimples, blotches scrofula, blood and mercurial (
eradicated by
poison and skin diseases are \
Lowell Citizen. low, "there's one thing she ought to be the use of P. P. P. Hosts of certificates are in COOPERAGESyrup

made to do right off." office to medicines show the have cures failed.Rheumatism in these. diseases where all A. M. Hamilton & Co., PIONEER ,
He Ought to Hare Died. "What's that?" other

Collowby-Oh, it was awful, I assuah "Put muzzles on the sharks.-Life. TTFUSYILIiE, FLORIDA, Barrels $2.25.

IOU.hy, when that bull came foah Gauged to order, ten cents extra. \
me, I thought I should weally die Then Worse and IVorse. Wholesale Dealers In \

I thought I'd twy to get away, and"- Mr. Whitewings-Say, I hear you've Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
Well Mr. Callowby,you fool. Inflamatory,gout, sciatic and its kindred diseases Indian River Oysters
; Miss Sharpe been a callin' me a
. cured the B.
best. with its excruciating: pains are by C. O.
the fool. I ,
know first thoughts are always Uncle Pete-I didn't call yer a wonderful blood cleansing properties of P. P. P. ,\
-Lawrence American.Lost ain't no sech a fool as ter say eberyting I (Prickly Ash,Poke Root and Potassium.) Honey barrels and Oval ater Breakers

, thinks.-Munsey's Weekly.A FISH from $2.00 up. ';

an Opportunity. Catarrh I
"George," said Estelle, with a sly Fastidious Appetite.FannerYou 4

,j.rt smile, "your glove is all ripped. You kin feed them cows Green Turtle and Game.All all kinds of COOPER WORK to ors eT.

k ought to have some one to keep them in" some corn in the ear to-night. Originates scrofulous taint P.P.P. purifies the JOIIXSOX,
y repair, and sew buttons on your coats. New Hand-I tried that yisterday sir, blOOd and this prevents LlPPYCi catarrh.BROS., orders will receive prompt and careful attention .

: "You wouldn't like to-to-to be a but they 'peared to like it better in the Sole proprietor of P.P.P.IJppman ,whether by telegraph, 17 LaGrange, : : Florida.
Estelle said 'a Block,Savannah, Oa. letter or person. -t
t sister to me, would you mouth.-American Grocer.

George.-Bazar. ,-# {
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MELBOURNE MENTION, the McFadden.birthday Notwithstanding anniversary of the Mrs.heavy M. iOYAAL1 SHOES SHOES I SHOES I I.A.T

rain, which deterred many, a fair num-
ber were present and enjoyed themselves COST.
immensely with dancing and the elegant r

Placed In Pointed Paragraphs for the Head supper, which was spread with the usual Having purchased the Entire Stock of the "City Shoe Store" from )Ir. Titus
er's Perusal. abundance for which Mrs. Ms entertainments will make a Special Drive in Shoes for the next few days, as we arc We
I noted. We we were overcrowded and have
I are regret I no room for them.
Mr. B. W. Jerome, of Sebastian, was unable to be present on account of the

in town. W.for McQuaig a few days and last A.week.D. E.. Bogue weather.The Corinne, Capt. Harry Shaw, arrived 1 a That Entire Stock Will Be Sold at First Cost

started Friday morning on a big hunt here Wednesday just in time to

back on the prairie.Mr. avoid the heavy squall that passed over 4K1f4 Until!! June 10th.

C. H.Stewart is gathering his crop here. Capt. Shaw stopped at :Malabaron

of pines and he has some very fine ones business and came up in a catriggedboat

on his peninsula plantation.Capt. the squall striking them just northof POWDER tJ -E. T'oiFiJxrEE: &? oo

Buie varies but very few minutes Turkey Creek; the boat fairly flew ,
Pure.A .
in the time of making his landing with the whole sail set, the peak even Absolutely
cream of tartar bakingpowder. Highest "THE BAZAAR"GEORGE
here unless delayed at Titusville. was not dropped; many persons were of all in leaveniug strength.-U. S.

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Thomas have returned watching out for a capsize but were dis- Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.

to Melbourne and are occupyingtheir appointed the craft coming in safely.A .

pleasant cottage on Melbourne boat containing three Sweedish gentlemen T. D. GIBBENS, M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAII\M'
from Valcaria was not quite so Atty.-at-Law. Attjr.-at-Law.
fortunate in coming about off the headof MANUFACTURERS'
Capt. Mercier has been clearing and ; ROBBINS dJ G-El.A.ElA..1W:,
Mr. Hector's dock she nearly capsized,
improving his Lake Worth place and is REAL ESTATE DEALERS
and when running alongside of the dock, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ,
now acting as mate for a time on the ALL KINDS OF l'nOl>>EUTY BOUGHT, SOLD A EXCII.\XGED.
a sudden puff broke her mast off at the Carries in Stock and Sells at Ianufacturers' -
St. Augustine. Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.
deck; luckily she did not Prices,
Mrs and Miss Cummings will have Lewis Lockwood must have had his 1*. O. Box, 25O,

more land cleared at once on Ocean aven- rubber coat on and boat ready, for the Lard, Canned Meats, Flour, TITUSVILLE, BREVAHD CO., FLORIDA.We .

ue and planted with pines as soon as sail had hardly touched water before he GRITS AND MEAL. Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list of

slips can be had. was off rowing to the relief of the distressed Correspondence Solicited.INDIANRIVERSTATE carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
Mr. Ernest Svedelius has sold ten acres mariners. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
on Indian River.
of his quarter section at Valcaria (form Several days ago Messrs. Holdridge and BANK. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are uneqaalk
erly goat Creek) to Robert Segerstrom, Alexander discovered an Indian moundin and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who
favor us with their patronage.No .
of Orange County.Mr. Long's Hammock, though armed only Titusville, Florida. Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.

S. F. Gibbs spent several days of with a grub hoe they at once proceededto Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low.

last week in Titusville, Mr. D. W. Mc investigate; after digging till hands Authorized Capital, $100,000, priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.

Quaig taking charge of the freight and blistered unearthed of "
were they parts Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary.Brevard ?
forwarding business. several skeletons and some broken pottery GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN
Abstract of Title: Oo.
Capt. Brayo brings the St. Lucie ; as there was no breeze in the thick SACTED. ,
A. D. 1889.
through in excellent time though heavily : hammock and plenty of skeets they ad- JAMES PKITCHAKD, President, Incorporated
loaded now with. the pines from the large journed the meeting, on Thursday WM. M. BROWN Cashier.
plantations of the lower river and St. afternoon resumed their labors securingtwo Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and oOc. for each ad-
fine skulls and numerous bones, the Directors: James Pritchard. B. Bar- dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same,TU,$3.00
Lucie. nett, J. H. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.
last fimur or thigh bones had lost several W. M. Brown.
The Inlet
at Jupiter was opened Taxes Paid for Non-Residents.

Thursday, the water in the river being inches in length, the softer portion or Every favor consistent with Conservative US?" For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
each end the
some three feet higher than the ocean, protuberance at forming annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax

went out with a rush, forming a good: joint, having decayed and disappeared, BanMni eitenieJ, Sale. 12

channel. still the remaining portion is longer than Correspondents: Seaboard :Xat'l Bankof Box 2SO, Titusville, Fla.

Mr. Alexander's thigh, and he is about New York; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville.
The late heavy rains have raised the
six feet tall, the lower jaw will easily go
water sufficiently for the hunters to get "YOUR. C .AN"CE %
outside of the lower part of Mr. A's face;
into the marsh. After such a long rest, as near as can be estimated the persons JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO. We begin this week and will Slash Prices and convert Goods into Cash. We
j the 'gators must sufler, the boys are after intend making improvements in our place and
must have been at least seven feet high:
them in earnest. Dealers in1lonuments
and large; in proportion, truly "there MUST REDUCE STOCK.This .
The Calico Ball Cocoa last ,
at Friday "
were giants in those days. Sale cannot fail to interest anyone who should wish anything in our line.
evening was a very pleasant! affair, manyof C Headstone,

the costumes. were bewitching. We art Rev.and W.Mrs.H.H.Stewart F. Stewart, Mrs.,W.the H.father Stew-, 53 r. Iron Fencing, For the Next Thirty Days We Will Offer Our Entire Stock

noticed present from this part of the coZ
mother and sister-in-law of our little g Lawn Furniture
country Messrs. A. R. and H. U. Hodg- AT COST !
druggist were on the Corinne. Marble,
passengers L
C. H. Stewart and G. I. Metcalf.
son: ,
They have enjoyed on the whole a most A 2!| ::;; Granite, Slate, Call and be Convinced that We are Offering Genuine
We hear that Capt. Fox has decidedto had IQ: A Bargains.GOLDSMITH.
delightful trip, having passably
locate for the Jos. 0. | Onyx.
present at Capt. smooth weather,except from Lake Worthto BEOS.JLJ
Chase's pleasant home. Meanwhile his Q) Building Stone, .
Indian river inlet on the return, were .!
house :: Wire Fflncing,
Ocean Melbourne Beach
on avenue, ,
very little annoyed by insects, though 3:
Slate Mantels,
will be rented, in fact we hear a large "
and far
stopping at Elliot's Key going as BH.AD-Y"
Iron Mantels. .1n.
party are negotiating for it for the sum- as Carey's Fort Light.; Mrsf. Stewart ,

mer. speaks of the yiew from the Carey's Fort ----- "'1"T Orates. Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

Several passengers came up on the St. reef tower, as grand, the elevation above I ..... 1 1 fI ,

Lucie, among them Mr. E. B. Plunket, the clear waters gives the beholder an ._... )oj .:.:.:.O .:..c: I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and
of Lake Worth and Mr. J. ..OOC.. :: .. 1 r -
Mayer, of insight into the ."coral grove, where the )ooC OOC. I I Fancy
.... ..... M
Jacksonville, who has been doing the purple mullet and gold fish rove,'* the :eO .....:::r":'-c 1 I I T ...":. Groceries, Fruit and Food ProductsOf
lower river and Lake Worth. Mr. Mayer gorgeously colored fish, the delicate trac- -d )oC::: M.... I"

represents the well known firm of Wm. ery of sea fans and coral, the ever changing t Mil Iir.i.::I' :' all kinds. Also my Stock of

Byrne, of Jacksonville.Mr. animal and vegetable forms in ever And all kinds of Tiling, Hearths, Wire Mats, and Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & ffheat.
S.H. King who is occupying Capt. varying light and shadow, present a in fact anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind of ,

Wilcox's house at Melbourne Beach is spectacle on which it seems as if one Stone.Send for Catalogue, at the same time, stating the I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of
style of goods yon are in need of as we have differ- Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
likely to become a permanent settler. would never tire of contemplating. As
ent Catalogues in the different branches of our your patronage. fiery truly,
He says he likes this better than any the Corinne remained over night Mr. bu!inefcs. 25 E. L. BRADY.
25 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
other portion of Florida he has visited and Mrs. Stewart had a few hpurs to

and he came purposely at this time to visit the pineapple plantation of Mr. C. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.

see the country and insects! at the worst. H. Stewart and several other points of

No matter how inclement the weathernot interest. Mrs. C. H. Stewart and Mr. STILIJXrGT A-Y""LOH.,

a single service or session of the Sun Stewart, junior, accompanied the partyon
Cocoa Indian River
day school at Melbourne Beach has been their return to Daytona, where Mrs. Florida.

missed since the beginning. The super- Stewart will remain for some time to DEALERS IN

intendent of the Sunday school, Miss visit her parents.

Grace Cummings! deserves great credit

for her energy and perse'erance.Inquiries The Indian River Country. Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware

are numerous for rooms, Third edition (revised) of the Brevard

houses or board at Melbourne Beach. A County (Florida. ) Pamphlet for 1890 ,
now ready.Description
party of nine were refused only a day or I of Indian River country; AND AGATE-WARE.

two ago. It is a pity that either a good its climate, health and settlements; 76

hotel or a lot of cottages cannot be built pages, with maps. Free to applicants Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, "'

there at once so the increasing number enclosing a two. L.cent HATCH stamp.A. .. o- -TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY

desirous of coming to the sea shore could 50-3mo City Point, Fla. Plumbers' and Mill
be accommodated.We .
Many PersonsAre BARBED WIRE
hear that Mr. E. P. Branch is about broken down from overwork or householdcares Supplies, i ,

to build on his lot on New Haven avenue Brown's Iron Bitters
rebuilds the ,aids digestion removes excess WIRE NETTING
and that his visit to Titusville last week -
and malaria. Get the genuine.
of bile cures
was to purchase lumber and material for Doors Sash Blinds WIRE

the same. From a glimpse of the planswe Brevard Co. and CLOTH,

: judge it will be a most comfortable

and cosy home. We understand Mr. L. BRICK LIME CEMENT, G--I.D.S:
j .
Ely will have charge of the work.
! Mr. John Henry is negotiating for a COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED SHINGLES and LATH.
\ boat to go to the Keys for a load of pine FISIIIXG \tKLE.

! slips. Sixty-five thousand are to be planted 1889. Ship ClzandleryGoods:
I .
i on the lands of the Melbourne Beach CAPITAL: t

company, twenty thousand to enlargeMr. Subscribed, : ,OOO; Authorized, Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com j

Henry's own plantation and as many 8100,000.ACCOUNTS pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. I II

more as the boat can hold for other part- SOLICITED Gauze Doors Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets. 4 I

ies. 'WebelieveCapt.McFadden's schooner Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. i
the Queen, is the boat selected, and AHTESIAlSrWEIL, PIPE A SPECIALITY.

she will start the latter part of this week. ALBERT TAYLOR DIRECTORS, President.: Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and 'I

Capt. M. McFadden'i home was the JAMES HOLMES, VicePresident.R. estimates furnished promptly. I

scene of a very pleasant social assemblylast B. HOLMES Cashier. ".
Thursday night, the day being also J. M. Sanders... J. F. ""ooten. STILING & TAYLOR.
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