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:
August 7, 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. -The schooner Seminole left Mr. -Tax Collector E. W. Hall was in .TITUSVILLE'S FIRST, ELECTRIC LIGHT. LACRANCE. t.' .;

Oliver's yard this week loaded with lum- :town Monday attending to some business.Mr. .- )I .1

ber for Mr. Thos. Cantine's place at .The Star Office Lighted by Electricity Last Mr. J. D. Almond left for Rockledge t
THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. J. R. Dickson and wife, of Rock-
Cocoa. Friday:Night a+ an Experiment.For Thursday after spending several days
ledge, were among the guests at the I '-j

,current KicnU of Our Town and Suburbs -Mrs. D. L. Gaulden and her mother Grand View Tuesday.The several weeks past Mr. Ender, with 'with his friends. iMr i .

Urlelly Epitomized. Mrs. Stevens, will spend the next five or bill for lumber for the Episcopal Messrs.\ Dixon and Gray, has been at and Mrs. Robert Carlile, of Mims, j

Captain T. E. Richards, of Eden, is six weeks at Painted Post, a pretty little church to be built at Merritt has work on a dynamo for the purpose of ex- spent Sunday with Alex. Carlile; they :

In town this week. village Western New York. In the been placed with Mr. L. C. Oliver. perimenting whether electric: lights report a very pleasant day. l'

-Mr.\ W. A. Baugh, of Melbourne, has interim our friend D. L. will stop with -Mrs.\ Ely Spencer is still quite ill could not be introduced in our town on Mr.\ S. II. Ray, of Titusville, with Mr. \ ;

been stopping in town this week. mine host at the Grand View. with the fever which has confined her to a small or large scale. The machine Canova, of Palatka, was out riding i I ,i 1!
made By Mr.\ Ender was of CO-volts power town day last week. .
through our one
-Mrs. Goe. Young and her aunt Mrs. ;
-Mr. Geo. M. Robbins was out at the house for the past week or so but is 1
Canfield the St. capable of running eight incandescent We to hear of Mrs. Della f .1-
Miffi's Tuesday to attend to some survey- were passengers up on improving to-day. candle each. were sorry :
of sixteen
Augustine last Friday, leaving for Jacksonville lamps power Edwards, of Sunbeam. being sick and i
ing. -Mrs.\ Bravo calledto
was unexpectedly The construction of this is
the next morning. Mrs. Young's dynamo hope it will not be long ere she is entirely
No bores better artesian St. Augustine this week to attend
one or cheaper on detail in one of the numbers of the
husband is brother of Mason of
wells than F. P. Hall, of Georgiana.Write a Young, her sister who is quite ill at that place. Scientific American Supplement, and in ad- wellWe I
the J. T. & K. W. Co.
Ry were hear of Miss Lutie itl
him for She will return there is sorry to
priceC<hoHc as soon as any dition Mr. Ender has added to the dynamo \
Lieut. J. A. Swift, of the United improvement.All Dickinson, of Aurantia,being sick; come
services at Masonic Hall an invention of his own.
States connected with the spend a while with us and see if do j
Army, Signal you
on Sunday next. Mass and sermon at the boats that can be pressed All the work having been finished,
Service arrived here Tues- not get well. yl
10 a. m., standard time. Department into service are still carrying building the dynamo was brought down to the
day and is stopping at the Indian River I Oliver's. Miss Mary Carlile has been sick for
The unceasing activity at Mr. 011ver's material from Mr. lumber yardto STAR office last Friday night and connected -
Hotel. He will remain here some little and trial about a week; glad to state it is i nothing <
lumber yard denotes extensive the Pepper Haulover Club House now by belt with an engine; a
river. time to inspect the service on the East in process of construction.We made. Eight Eddison lamps were placed serious and hope to see her out soon in "
building along our .
Coast. in office and although the dynamo her usual good health..
call attention to the new advertisements -
Mr.\ B. has the
G. Humph painted -Our friend O'Brien, of the Signal : of Messrs.! Gardner & Son, to needed a speed of 2,200 revolutions a Miss Mary Dickinson, of Aurantia, is
ahehingnd ceiling of his grocery department Service from Micco is in town for few
a 1
week \
be found this week on our eighth page. minute, very satisfactory results were spending a or so with Miss Janie

the past week. days this week, looking as hearty as! Also the newly arranged advertisementof obtained with less than 2,000 revolutions.The Johnson ; hope she will have so pleasanta 1

Mtmey Money Money toloan usual. His recent tour along the Jupi- :\ Stiling & Taylor, of Cocoa, wires leading from the battery were time she will soon come again. j

on real estate Apply to Ilobbins & ter telegraph route removing obstruct .
afterwards connected and on
properly Mrs. B. JIims
same page. Messrs. Stiling & Taylor of Mims, who has -
Graham, Titusyille. Fla. ions to the wire does! not seem to have I
the electric fluid was 1
are among the foremost business firms of Monday evening been away about two months, returned

-Mr.\ L. C. Oliver started for Jack- pulled him down any. our river, and keep a fine stock of goodsin I turned on again. Owing to a slippingbelt 'last Saturday much improved. Miss v': t

\ -Mr. S. H. Ray has leased the lot, I at first speed of only 1,600 revolutions Rebecca also \
\"illeIonday morning probably extending their lines. a came ; welcome back.
his to where the former Indian River Bank had but after stretching and
trip Waycross.Mr. -Mr. W. B. Peck, of South Egremont was Mr. Davis was out Sunday driving ;

\ J. D. Hatter, of City Point, was building stood, for ten years from Mrs. Mass., the new proprietor of the Indian tightening the belt, the 2,000 revolutionswere only one horse, upon inquiry, found out I "
M. E. Titus and will commence shortlythe '
in town yesterday: morning, also Mr. W. River Hotel after November 1st, has again reached and the lamps gave that the other had something the matter
building of a new store into whichhe 4
much better light than last Friday. The i/
N. Jones, of Indian River Narrows.Mr. sent us cards just printed announcing with his shoulder; hope he will soon be
will his stock from his i'
move present best light was produced at about half-
\ W. E. Ransom and wife, of Eus- the opening of this house under his management well again.Mrs. t
stand near the city wharf.Messrs. past eight o'clock, at which time most
iut arrived here Tuesday for a short December 1st, continuing open Froscher says she can keep cool .,
Dixon & have agreedto
Gray of those who had come to see the lights
stay on Indian River for their health. until May 1st. From June to Octoberhe now as her husband presented her witha
supply the county with the requisite had returned home. Those who were
runs the Mt. Everett House, a sum- gasoline stove, and little Myers he
Orders mail for and tin says
by guttering number of ballot boxes for the comingfall present and were accustomed to electric
mer resort the Berkshire hills of i is glad, for lIe does'nt hear 't
among more
work from down the river will have any
my election. Four different boxes are lights pronounced the eight lamps used

bet attention. Frank T. Budge. required for each precinct, and the six Western Massachusetts.Mr. equal in brilliancy to those of Jackson- "bring wood Myers.

teen precincts will thus require G4 boxes. \ J. A. Booth, of Brantley, left Miss Carrie Norwood, of Titusville, 1
-My\ spring stock of ladies' hats must
be closed out to make room for fall ourchases. The price per box is 25 cents. here on the morning train Tuesday, for ville.Very many of our merchants and and little Annie, are spending a week 'i'
Jacksonville and Quincy, Fla.,at which or two with their aunt, Mrs. Julia Colef f w f
Spelling at cost. G. B. Rumph.Mr. .* -Mrs. Anderson, and son and daughter business men have signified th ir will-
I latter place, he will, on the 14th inst., be to twice what kerosene costs man ; little Annie not being very well,. .;
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. ingness pay
: A. Hildreth, of Merritt, arrived married to Miss Annie Jones. lIe will her parents thought the 'country air
have electric
if ,
them lights
Mabbette, at the Grand View for some they can
here Monday and left Tuesday for Columbus return immediately to his home at Brant- might benefit her. .
time, returned to Prattsville, Ala., last and the plan seems very feasible to us
Ohio, to spend the balance of ley where his friends will heartily wel- We all
could be were pleased to see "Papy"Mr.
week where they will remain until Sep- that a small stock company organized \,
the summer. come himself and bride. Miss Jones is ( Frenzley) out at Sunday school
tember, when they will go to Winter to furnish the means to carry ;

The School Board held a meeting Park, Fla., where Miss Anderson will attend I t well known to be one of the prettiest and out. The motive power is the main ob- he is our oldest resident, except uncle

Tuesday at the Court House, Messrs. Rollins College.Mr. most pleasant young ladies of Quincy. ject. This can be furnished by a gas en- Johnnie Feaster who has reached such a j

Dixon and Hatch, and Superintendent W. M. Brown, the affable cashierof -Some difficulty with the ammonia gine, or the ice factory could furnish all ripe old age (in his eighty's that he is -j

Sims being preent.Mr. our bank, started Tuesday morningon pump at the ice factory has preventedthe the power necessary from their engine, not able to go out any more. "

L. Thursby, of Merritt, was in a regular outing and vacation trip proprietors, Messrs. Wetmore &Glad- as they have plenty of it. Mr. Jacob Feaster's wire netting for -.

town Monday, on his way to Brooklyn, north and expects to be away until the win, from making their usual supply of Messrs.\ Ender and Gray think that if his front fence has at last arrived; it

N. Y., where he will spend a few weeks first of November. He will proceed im ice for the past week or so; but they over a hundred lamps could be introduced was so long on the way, having been

and then return to Indian River. mediately to New Hartford, Conn., where have made sufficient quantity to supplythe I the cost would not greatly exceed shipped since the 1st of April that a

-Un-gab ; cast-ta-had-ka take heap Mrs. Brown and the baby are stopping. local demand. An expert has been I that of kerosene; the advantages of elec- duplicate of the order was sent on, both

Indians taken at We wish him a pleasant time. promised by the manufacturers of the tric light being greater brilliancy, clean arriving within a few days of each other.
*4oGIif'e' Corn Dance" of Seminole Indians. -Sir. II. B. Archibald, of Indian machine to be sent from Columbus, Ga., liness, requiring no attention. and per- Mrs. C. 31. Feaster spent a delightfulweek

r Address, S. Shear, I. R. P., Cocoa, Fla. River Narrows, arrived in town the first in a few days, so they expect to run full fect safety. !. in Titusville with her daughters,

of the week and gave u* a call Monday.He capacity in about a week, to ay the We hope to be able to say more 011. Mrs.\ Duren and Mrs. Buieand returned
-Mias Edith Altreo returned to Sanford -
informs us that his ejectment as most. the subject shortly. home in time to enjoy the delicious ice
last after spending .
Saturday morning
keeper of the House of Refuge, at Nar- -Mr. W. W. Pemble, representativeof cream her daughter, Mrs. Froscher, had
a few weeks in Titusville. We think Bureau who Messrs.. J. P. Turner & Co., invite
rows, was by a document over the signa- the Southern Inter-State made ; wish\ we had happened along "
she rather prefers Titusville to Sanford, ture of the Secretary of the Treasury, was (here on the 9th ult., and addressedour the public to inspect their new advertisement about that time. .. -

-Dr. J. 0, Scofield, of Cocoa, left yesterday from which there is no appeal. No cause citizens on organizing a branch of this week, to be found on our We were informed not long since thata 1

morning for an absence of two 01 was alleged.All the Immigration Bureau at this place, eighth page Mr. F. T. Budge has also Mr. Jones had bought the McKenzie

three months from the river, to be on the"fly" the road commissioners in this arrived here Tuesday and visited Rock- changed his "ad" and has connected. place out at South Lake, and in October 1 1
the interest of D. K. Harrison with himself in the tin-
he it-from place tc and Melbourne
JM expresses county have resigned. It required about, ledge intends bringing his family ; as he hails J

place. all of the road fund to pay their salaries,, the Bureau he represents. We have not ning business. All orders for tinningwill from Illinois we hope they will like the I'' 3

-Mr.\ E. B. Wager is erecting a set of leaving very little to be expended on the learned whether the committee appointedat be promptly attended to that are change from their cold, cold climate to -i

ways this week for the purpose! of haul- roads. In consequence of this the county the meeting held here on the 9th have sent to the new firm.A our mild and pleasant one. 1

ing out his race-boat, the Naide. Theways commissioners decided to withhold appointing taken any further steps or not in regardto special correspondent from Melbourne \ Mrs. L. A. Coleman left last Wednesday 1

will.also! be useful for his other two again until after the next ses- securing charter, etc. dated the Cth says, rumored for Georgia where she expects to I ',

4 -mailer boats. sion of the Legislature, hoping the law Major C. Magruder and wife, accompanied party of surveyors have started to run remain two or three months visiting f

f -Mr. J. W. Huntington started Monday relating to roads would be changed.Geo. by Miss Sallie Mapruder, Mrs. railway survey from Orlando to Melbourne \ relatives and friends. She took her

morning for Enterprise and fromthere B. Rumph is giving goods Smith, and Master Lawson Magruder, of via St. Cloud. Party ]here en- three children with her. It is her first i

he goes: to Connecticut for a mouthor away for the next GO days. My stock is Rockledge arrived here Tuesday eveningand gaged to pilot them in from St. Johns. visit to her childhood's home since she 4

; six weeks, expecting to return some too large ; I will make as close and even'' started yesterday morning for Jacksonville left it eight years ago. We hope she ;

time next month. closer prices than ever, and give to every to spend a few days, possibly CURRENT COMMENT. will have a pleasant visit.

-Mr. Charlie Gardner assisted by his cash purchaser the privilege of selecting taking a trip also to Ocala. Major Ma Mr.\ Johnson and family, with Mr.
is also anxious to extend Taken From Our Exchange in Regard to
sister! Mi** Lena, have full charge of in goods, free of charge, lOcts. on every gruder very Almond, went to Aurantia last '\"ednf'S'J
the trip to the mountains of North Caro- Leading Topic! of the Day.
their fine store during the absence of I dollar's worth purchased ; five dollar'sworth day to visit Mr. Dickinson's family ; a i
worth lina ere they return, which will be some Senator Call has again demonstratedhis I
their parents north and they certainly 50cts. free ; ten dollar's party from Mims went also. As the I 1
and I time next month. Major Magruder is i ignorance of the power of the Na-
the occasion. $1 free, and so on. Come ee. was composed mostly of '
are equal to party young i
inteiested in the Florida Phosphate Co., tional Government. He has introduceda
mean just what I say. The stock must ladies and gentlemen they had a
r f'"e learn that Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. :! of which Sir. W. B. Chi holm is the I resolution instructing the Committeeon very II a
: -The steam-launch Denny arrived gay time. T. Johnson, Jr., speared a j
w- Eaeott expect to return to Titusville head ; is also interested in the Ocala and Inter-State Commerce to investigate I
afternoon with Mr. Miles saw-fish the saw was about twelve inches
some time in September. They like Blue River Phosphate Co., having had a the current reports, that the elevator '

Titusville best after all, and their friends and Mr. Bradford-they having just returned hand in organizing both companies and companies in certain Westerp States long ii
from their trip to Jupiter to accept -
week TomJnhnoon's
of last
here will be glad to have them back owning stock in them also.: have combined to refuse farmers storagefor The item
the work done by the dredges. yearling should have read
again. little shoal place was found -Mr. H. B. :Lord and )Ir. C. F. McCormick their grain and to force them to sac Coot instead of colt and for the benefitof

c -Mr.\ S. M. Gladwin started for Jackson Only one within a few yards of a of Sanford, were in town Tues rifice it at ruinous prices. What has thebiterState bus friends who think he has lost Pic- ",

\ "ille yesterday for the express purpose and that was day working up a watch club in this Commerce Committee got to nic, the colt, we will say, he i is as friskyas t
I which ,
red beacon, does stand chance of
light but Tom a i
with the charges by the elevator I
sufficiently members storage
mechanic to constitute
r of trying to secure a pilot on the St. Lucie, has also disco vered. town. It requires forty I whatever. As toning him, for little Mary Feaster say '
I conversant with ice-making machinery Mr. Hanson m=\c1e the trip with the party a club each paying a dollar a companies ? Nothing if he follows old Doll and goes in her

to oyerhaul the machinery of our to correct the charts of the coast for the week. There i is a drawing every week I i well ask Congress to investigate the rent stable she is going to have him for hers.

ice and the first name drawn secures a fine charged by owners of buildings in
t factory.If Navy Department.The Mr.\ Thos. Johnson, Sr., informed us of
the many readers of the STAB I Town Council, at their adjourn- gold watch for the one dollar lie has paid I Tauipa. It is disgusting: to see what a very severe storm he encountered
I in cash when he receives means Senator Call uses to keep his while on his home from Ituckledge
f iron work repealed the and 7.50 paid ; way
want tin galvanized last Thursday
or ,
any i ed meeting watch. The drawing continuessame name before the people in order tocause last Sunday; he says it was just terrible ,
dune it will be their interest to writer recently relating to the
< to
ordinance passed striking trees all f
the was
I week until the end of the : them tit think he i is earning his lightning ;
call on Frank T. Budge who has just wharfage, etc., and appointed a committee every around him, the thunder almost deafened
j notice that the
added a tin shop to his hardware store of three, Messrs.: Brady, Turner and thirtieth week when those who have regularly pay. It is pleasing to him and the rain poured down in tor- I

Work with the Railroad paid their weekly assessment re- ,, Senate promptly laid the resolution on rents ; he was in an open buggy with
guaranteed.Mr. Graham, to confer Broad ceive the watch anyhow for the thirty the table. It has gone to join the goodly only an umbrella to protect -him but the :i

and Sir*. F. T. Budge start, Company in regard to settling the dollars they have paid. Mr. Get Altree |! number of similar resolutions introduced wind soon made that useless; he was on
Mr. Parrott, general the Grant between Capt. Pritchard'splace
Jacksonville so as I street matter. I and the Philadelphia Inquirer -
for Senator
Jaaturday morning solicit members by the ,
Railroad company, has will continue to up and Titusville ; he was much astonished !
tag take Sunday's Clyde steamer for New I counsel for the to meet this to the number required ; Mr. :Lord having ;i pertinently remarks that its! being on reaching home to find that I '

York. From New York they will visit. signified his willingness amicable secured while he was here abouttwothirds |. laid on the table will do as little harm it did not extend as far as this, but very !
look for an
relatives and friends in Ohio, returning: committee and we of that number. us its passage would do good. glad. '
of all differences. j
Swiaelu about a month's time. adjustment .. 1

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Items on OEOROE M. RoBBii.8, WAIIIB: S GIkLBAi(. r,
Condensation of Interesting
CaUiulor Thinks She KM Maintained lint Ills Case will be Taken to the United I Mill Hate a ,Convention, and he Various Subjects. President Abstract Brevard Co. iec1.atract Brevard Cu.BOBBINS .Ab- If r

Her Dignity. States Supreme Court. will be the Next Governor.
I The Omaha Republican, the oldest daily & GRAHAM, f
NEW YORK, Aug. 2.-A Herald special ATLANTA, Ga., July 29.-The supreme COLUMBIA, S. C., July 30.-The last there, has quit.Congressman. I

from the City of Mexico, says Senor court ]has refused to grant Wool t oik a meeting of importance in the campaign Breckinridge, of Arkansas ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW '
trial but it is believed that his case held at Orangeburg Tuesday. It is ,
Pou the confidential agent of the Ezeta new I was I renominated.The .
has been
P. O Box 250, TTn>VlT.T.E, Bret and
in Salvador that SalvabCENE will be taken to the supreme court of estimated that 3,000 people were present, : Co. Florid.
government says Michigan Prohibitionists have puta Will practice in all the ouutit of the S eLtfa
the United States. Tillman Great
having a large majority. the head of their ticket.A Circuit and in the Supreme Court Special faei i-
It will be remembered that Tom Wool- I precautions had been taken to prevent Partridge at ties for Examining and Perfecting Laud TitWa.

v r folk was tried for the murder of his own I trouble. Tillman had a body guard of meteor of extraordinary brilliancywas Correspondence solicited from Claimant and littri

father, in 1887, in Bibb county, Ga., and I twenty-five men wearing red shirts, and seen by many people of Chicago Tuesday to Spanish Grants Money to Loan. i*

N NDUR:' was charged with the slaying of the en- they were armed to the teeth. night. a .
se tire family, eight others-bisters and Tillman spoke without interruption.In Premier Mercier will leave for France D. ,

brothers-but his attorneys have been I' charging perjury against tho e sena- in September to negotiate the conversion

oft Qo ,-- zealous in his defense, thus prolonging tors who did not vote for a census by of the Quebec debt. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

the life of the accused. It is claimed | which a reapportionment of representation Advice from North Carolina and Vir- Titusville, Florida.

that to the supreme court I could be secured, Tillman did not ginia indicate that the tobacco crop will "
will hardly} delay the execution of Wool- mention Judge Izlar's name, as he has be large and of fine quality. A.1.. THRASHER,

folk's sentence. done at all other meetings. His speechwas Hon. James B. Keilly was renominated

.1t After stating that the court had care- unusually temperate. During the fog: congress by the Democrats the Thirteenth ATTORNEATLAW,

Pacific o"U1.. t i fully gone over the 1,100 printed pagesof past" week it has become evident that Pennsylvania district. P. O. Box 20. S.\\}'ORD, FLA.

w testimony: sent up from the court below Tillman will have a large majority in Laporte, Ind., will set up the entertainment Will practice in all tie counties ot tLe setenth

the decision says : "T\\o juries the August convention, and his oppo- for the Republican state editorial Circuit and Supreme C JUM. 3-
found the defendant and have lost heart. It is that
having guilty, II nents possible convention Aug. 'M, 27 and 2& .
the judge who presided in the court be- he can carry the state even by primary, TONES & A TEI'SOXttol'n ,
OF TilE PRESENT W.\R Mrs. Graves, of Mt. Olivet, Tenn., is the
low being satisfied with their finding, : and the only means by which he can be
dor is ready for arbitration of her dispute and there being sufficient evidence to defeated would be a split in the party, grandmother and great-grandmother of .\ e's-at-La,
110 She is 94 old.
with Guatemala. The Salvadorians uphold the verdict, this court does not I and then the negro would decide the living people.: years Titusville Florida.

having been victorious on the battlefield feel authorized to disturb it." question. Every one, however, is glad Demented Farmer Van Blaricum at

feel that they have upheld the There is no discussion of the evidence, I the campaign is over with, and it is just II Martmsville, Ind., cured his diseased: J T. SANDERS,

dignity of their country, and while still and no conviction expressed as to about conceded that Tillman will be the brain by blowing it out with a shotgun.The .

prepared for fight are willing to agree to femlant's guilt, the eiiect of the thede-I next governor of this state. I steamship Majestic has crossed the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

honorable peace. being rather to show that he Atlantic in b days, 5 hours, 5>> minutes, Will practice in all the Court Ct the\tnth.1Q

The Bombardment of Buenos Ayres. according to law. I TWO SMALL CLOUDS the third ship to cross in less than seven dicial Circuit of Florida. "
'ooholk i is confined in the jail at --- days. P. O Box 23*. TITUSVILLE,, FLA.

LONDON, Aug. 2.-A Buenos Ayres Macon, (,a., and when he was; informedof Come Together, Producing a Cloiul-lJurst, The Socialist Kruger, at Guben, has Money to Loan. II

dispatch dated Wednesday pays that by the decision, he replied : hIs that so? Deluging the Streets. I been sentenced<< to six mouths imprisonment -
bombardment of the It L. T. DANIEL,
the recent city by
the naval fleet serious was Well, I guyss it's all right. I thought MACON, Ga., July :150.-A terrfic cloudburst for detaining the institution. mar-
they would<< have given me one. l but Col.
done to many of the buildings in the deluded this city, filling streets and riage. DENTIST
of the Plaza Victoria. The dispatch Rutherford is here n t. I don't believe cellars \\ him water, and the damage is In the burning of the house of Joseph ,
vicinity I will ever hang," and his face never I COCOA, FLqUIDA
also says that 1,000 i>ersons were gieat.: Two small clouds were noticednear Hutto, living some twelve miles from
not a muscle inmt-d. I the and when Lincoln Xeb., his ear-old
killed and fi.OOO wounded. The shipping city, directly over daughter per-
The real hope of delaying the ex- I ,
in the harbor was not injured. only Macon, they came together, and for ished. .
ecution, lies in the appeal to executive I about ten minutes the gates of heaven Mechanicsburg, Pa., Jeremiah Miller -

WORLD'S FAIR NEWS. clemency. I teemed to have spread wide open. The a woodchopper, latally shot his wife DENTIST,

streets were turned into small rivers, and and then killed himself with the same TITUSV'.
What the CoiniuUulou Has Done Up to I
such a scene was neveritre->>.ed here gun. Jealousy.Mrs. Aching teeth filled and saved without destroying

the ]'re eiit Time. Crop Known for Years and the People befoie. On Third street, below Mulberry, Percie Marsh found life not worth the nerves Teeth with abitF treated Mtcce**.
CHICAGO, Aug. 2.-Secretary Dickinson I the water stood three feet deep. Fourth living since her husband's death fully. Roots crowned Bul'.ta'tiall y" l'1..t..r
Cheerful and Contented. jumpedinto ,
Para Broken Hates mended.
pure gum of the National world's fair commission street was almost a river, the water was
the .
MILLCDOEVILLE Ga. 29.-From Olcntangy river at Columbus, 0., fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted paiiltfly .
returned from his eastern trip July rushing bO strong that vehicles, in crossing and followed him. Off.ce on Washington: avenue. ,$
every quarter comes the tale of plenty, I in of washed
He the were danger being
Wednesday evening. joined end farmers are jubilant. Corn is good, Local option ordinance of Coalton, 0.,
Sub-committee of the committee on away. WALTER
has been torn out of the council recordsof I
end cotton splendid, and farmer
every Three ladies had
a thrilling experience.
permanent organization at Philadelphiaten that city ;.:0 for if will catch
the subject : "Theyare ; you you
days and attended its session in approached on says I They were m the dining room, which is Office Connnltatirn *1.00. .
ago and convict the fellow who did it.
York and Cincinnati. fine, and without a backset, the crop several feet below the level of the street, Visits in litugviHe. i 200.
New Besides the, Washington valuable information ob- will be the best that has been planted in when suddenly volume of water forced Drill engine at Sand Creek limestone Call 1 between 10 p. m. and ti a. m.will charged

years." Rains have fallen frequently, the windows and door and the quarry, two miles south of Greensburg, doubt t rates.
tained by the committee, important re- through Obstetrical case, and cases outside the Gerpra
and the seasons have been almost Ind, exploded: killing John Paul and
sults are likely to come from the trip. per- entire basement: was soon lloodel. The tion are positively declined.
President Palmer has been convincedthat fect. The reports that were sent out ladies had barely time to escape: before wounding several others, some fatally.A .

no time is to be lost in making I from here to the effect that the rivers the h''u-e careened and seemed as if it house in course of erection a t Frankfort J.F.. LEWIS,

preparations for the fair, and he will be and creeks were playing such havoc with would wash down. They sciearned and collapsed Wednesday, burying four-
the crops, are incorrect. The river, rescued hackman.The teen workmen in the lums. Two of the
herein a few days to urge the local were by a Civil Engineer! and Surveyors
though up probably six feet, has not been men killed and several in-
board to go work at once. He will reconvene street car track, in places, was were badly
out of its banks, and it is extremely Tilus\-ilh" I'la.
the National commission as covered two feet in sand, and every car

soon as the local board is ready to report doubtful if there is a patch in middle stopped running for a time. The damage Nashville, Tenn., Hon. Lewis T. T B. BURCHFIELD
Georgia that has suffered from that to cannot well be estimated Baxter .of Davidson ? ,
plans of buildings and make its I property county, was nominated .
tiDal financial showing. This, it is cause. The outlook i:) good, the peopleare I but it is great. for governor acclamation.. He is

hoped, may be done by the middle of cheerful, an,1 if the future iVx-s not a capitalist and president of the Nashville COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .
September. bring a l acks>et, the yield of 1hi0 will ALABAMA ALLIANCEMEN Commercial club. by mail will receive as prompt

Mr. Dickinson corrected two or three make independent almost every farmer I Chemical analysis of the contents of the attention as calls in per- n.
in this section. Are in of !Secret Circular
Receipt a which
reports of the doings of the committeethat stomach of Elmer Bradford, the :b-ear-old Address: Georgiana, Fla.
have created considerable comment i !Speaks for Itself. found in
boy a voodoo doctor's \aultat
DESTRUCTIVE CLOUDBURST.A i! MONTGOMERY, Ala., July 30.-A man Columbus, proves that the child was poisoned LA HUE P. ELY,

' Gen. Goshorn has not declined the di- Ljirjje Amount of Property Swept Away said to be prominent in Greenback ranks, before being put there.

rector generalship, because it was not and Coal scattered Broadca.t.I3ItMINIIAM has sent out the following secret circular: The Eleventh district Democratic convention Notary Public for the State at Large

tendered him. "WINSTON COUNTY, Ala., July 29. at Hillsboio, 0., took 105 ballots Justice of the Peace 17th Dist
Ala., July 29.: -A large ,
Robert P. Porter not tendered the
was "Dear Sir : We send you by this mail without cll ice. \\asmugton C. 11.
of chief of the bureau of amount of property was destroyed !11)- a & BUILDER
position a bundle of greenback: and peoples tick- the lie-publicans continued balloting until
awards. Neither Professor Goode :loudlmrt near Horse cn'Ck"alkl'r of over 30 years' experience. Natural
was ets, together with circular addresses of the &J.M: about material change.
offered the position of the chief of county. The creek! runs through a narrow our candidate for o'-ernor. Please: see finish a sjecialty.Melbourne.
the bureau of classification and cata- valley past the coal mini's, and town that they me judiciously in the Sworn statements of the superintendent Florida. 6GEOUGE
These of the same name. Tinalley was tiled vvitu the county assessor, show
logue. gentlemen were employedto hands of Alliance-man m
flooded of three feet by the I every your that the total ore yield of the Comstock "". MORTON,
prepare a classified list of exhibits, to a depth county. Have already sent out over
and their duties will not to sudden iiith of water, and a number of i lode mines uuring the quarter ended June
require ex- I lOO."(()(), and we are certain to elect our
ceed seven or eight weeks of labor. hOll es were swept away. A new coal i ticket if each Alhancemail will but do 30, Ib'JO, aggregated bb.'jyj tons, yielding Civil Engineer & Notary Public,

"The fcub-coxnuiittee has gathered together chute, just completed at a cost of :ti:4.00)), I his duty, as letters reach us by the hun- f.1,;uoU''s, :: in uuluou. 3I011TOXIIURST, HEATH, FLA.

more important information was carried away, as well as the mining dreds denouncing: the action of the state The next series of games scheduled at Surveying and Leveling, Architectural

about the management of the world's company's btore. Tlurtv. -tinee cars loaded : Democratic convention at Montgomery, Putsburg between thePittsburg National Drawing, Township and Section Ma]*.

fairs," said Mr. Dickinson, "than can be with coal, and standing on a siding, : in cheating our candidate out of the League club and the Brooklyn, Cincinnati Deed, Mortgages, etc. Blanks constantly -

found anywhere else in the country. In were swept away, and toil attend I nomination. The ticket, as von see, is unu Chicago National League clubs have on hand.NEWSPAPER. i
a few days it will meet hero to prepareits down the \alloy. Considerable damage : composed of our brother Allianceinen, been tian:>:erred to the liner cities. Poor

report, and President Palmer will be was dune to the sidetracks of the Kansas : and should have our lull sup p u t. I ask patroiia0o is given as the cause. N 1U I.L-\.N'S

here to consult with the local board. City, lt-.lll'his and, but the 1 you. as a brother, to please: send these David Randall, u Decatur, Ind., car-

"The work will be pushed with all main line of the road was not seriously tickets to good men in your county, riage dealer, got on a wild drunk, and, SUBSCRIPTION{ AGENCY

the vigor the president can command, injured. Down the valley, below the whether YoU vote the ticket or not. I with a yearning to do something humorous TIIU 1.OSUUn.GEXCY..

and I think this is one of the most important town, Horse Creek, great damage was : trustou.,because Brother (}. F. Gachers broke into Mrs. Jennie Paelps' residence -

results of the committee work. done to crops and fences. ; saysou ire a man of honor. Please gathered up her entire wardrobe For terms and sample copies address

The travels of the committee have beena : write me w hl'llou receive the tickets, and uiuve auout scattering pieces of leiui- CHA8.lI. NAUJIAN,

wonderful advertisement of the fair, The (iallerSilUk Three Inches. : and guaih oblige jour other, nine attire from his buggy i.. broad daylight Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla.

and have led ta discussions that have GREENVILLE, S. C., July 23.-Bishop i! WILLIAM H. DAVIDSON, until afl'e ted.

cleared away a great many misunderstandings Duncan hail a large congregation at the Lectu'r Winston Co. Farmer Alliance." A. FROSCHER,
concerning the exposition. Bumoml.e Street:: Mttlixlist church, in i J.'orl'iguotes.: .

"From suggestions received at Phila- this city, and about tliw hundred were NEGRO COUNTERFEITER. It has been decided to establish u dovecot TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .

delphia and New York, President in the malleiy. During one of the prayers of oOO carrier pigeons at Brest for seaserv Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden

Palmer became convinced that time wasa the gallery suddenly sank about three Ills 31iut on the Bank of the Klver,and he ice.

most Important element in making inches, causing a rush for the doors and j Dealt in Dollars. The Turkish summer reportPendik,has Coffins Cases and Caskets.

preparations for the fair. Gen. Gos- windows. Those in the gallery were been totally destroyed by tire. Several ,
11LEIOII, N. C., July 30.-A o Funerals attended if desired. All order*
horn, Mr. McCormick and others impressed nearly all men, and lx low it were mostly I John Williams has been persons were burned to death.A .
dealing promptly executed and at reasonable ratee.
on him the fact that the first, ladies and children. Fortunately no one I in counterfeit dollars, but he was stopped dispatch from Mecca reports that the done.

thing to do was to have made a classifi was seriously hurt, although in the stampede short bv a detective, and John's occupa cholera is raging at that place, the deaths Embalming .
cation of exhibits. several were slightly bruised. from the disease averaging eighty dail .
tion will not lucrative in )
"Mr. Porter and Professor Goode had : move quite so A. M. Hamilton & Co..
Speculators --- -- -- -
the future. For some time it was known in Japan are buying up all #
been recommended as the ablest men in lie*'. Dr. A. Coke Smith's Resignation. !
that they were passed: on citizens in this the nee ana holding it forexces prices, TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA,
the country to make this classificationand Si'ARTANBURO: S. C., July 29.At the 'I, vicinity, but owing to the scant clues to while, on account or the failure of the Wholesale Dealers In

he secured their service. The plansof district conference of the :Southern: Methodist I work on, it had to be done slo\v1v and crop, the poor people are starving.

the buildings cannot be prepared until church, held in Greenville, Dr. A. carefully, and hence the delay in" running It is announced Mozambique that a Indian River Oysters
it is: known how the exhibits are to
Coke :Smith astonished the with
: meeting the counterfeiter down.Williams Portuguese naval lieutenant named ,
be classified. the statement of his resignation of themisMon has been doing some clever Cuntmhs has seized the British African
E. Gordon of remark- FISI-I
"Col. C. a man :
worM'sfairs stcietaryship, in order to accept : work in the way of counterfeiting silver Lake company*s steamer, the James Stevenson -
able information
will assist these gentleman. Col. the chair of theology in Vanderbilt uni- dollars, and passed them off in great pro- at Chiromo, and has sent the crew Green Turtle and Game.All
," isuv. At the late general: conference I .
Gordon will the agriculturaland fusion. He had his headquarters on the to Quilimane for trial.
stock exhibits.classify These three men held ill St. Louis;, Dr. >umh, of :Spartan-: banks of the Neuse liver, a distance of The Archduchess Valerie, the daughterof orders will receive prompt ami careful attention -
burg, and Dr. Monison. of Atlanta, Ga., whether by
six miles from this citHe was arrested
will have the entire work in hand and missionary I Emperor Joseph, was married I letter or persou. IT
elt'Ctet.lspecial traveling
were tfnited
to it in : and brought before States Commissioner Thursday to Archduke Francis Sal\ator
they are expected complete forty secretaries for the southern church, ana : ,
or fifty days." Purnell, who sent the counter- in the parish church at Ischl, in the pres- HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
this is the position which Dr. Smith has ;! feiter on to court, and in default of bail ence ot the emperor and empress. Many taVEU BAKfiUY

FOURTEEN BODIES RECOVERED.Still resigned.False. i i I he was put in jail. court dignataries from Vienna and thema'or I will Keep on Hand Every Day

work In a Bridge; Cites "'ay. and other functionaries of the
Another Victim of the llaltluiore : A Ouestiou of Color.
CU.\TT.\.XOOUA, Tcnn., July 29.-While town were present. The happy couplewere FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES
Collision Slitting.! j :MOBILE, Ala., Aug. 2.-Virgil Harris ,
a bent of the false work in the bridge : cousins, the groom being the secondson
BALTIMORE, Aug. 2.-The Patapsco I Harris, colored and John Beeder, ETC. ALSO
across the Tennessee river at this point of the Archduke Karl Salvator.The .
Thursday surrendered the bodies of two I was being: raised the one next *. it broke white, were implicated in the burglaryI Salvation Army is expending $150- Bottler of Sodawater GingerAle

more of the victims of Monday night'sterrible and both came down together on a barge I Jerry O'Connor's store, Whistler, 000) ( for new barracks at Sheffield and ,
Ala. in October last. Harris and Beeder
catastrophe. They were Maggie beneath. Sam Ciifford, of Hill City, was Critics
1 Birmingham. of the and other Drinks.ALL
called O'Connor to the door and while army are ,
Eller 14 old, of 43 N street N. \V. ,
years killed, and (Jto,;e Hosmer and Alf Rey- pointing out that it is passing throughthe i
Washington. D. C., and Willie Haas, nolds were bully hurt. All floated down I Harris covev-l the man with a pistol stages which have formed the historyof ORDERS RECEIVE PFOMIT E:

7 years old, of this city. Every one of the stream clinging to a piece of the Beeder went through the cash drawer. all religious orders. First, and ATTENTION.S. .
Both indicted and Harris the
the missing is: accounted for except}? wreckage, until they were rescued by were negro simplicity
i at the last term of unalloyed, accompanied by
18 old who is still was court sent J. Norton
Laura Wooden ,
years men in a skiff. All the men employed rapid growth in influence'and member- Prop.
missing. The total number of recovered experienced and careful, and the I up for twenty years. Wednesday, f
were Second less
ship. less
is fourteen. Beeder, the white man, was convicted, simplicity -
now accident was caused by the breaking ofa
less less
growth, influence but
and got only five years. The judge re- more
Onarr.l IteMilti In Murder. least long piece foot of long. leaf pine timber at : marked the great difference between the apparent importance. Third, wealth and NOTICE. t
a square.A decay.
WARREN, Ark., Aug 2.-Levi.Ware, : punishment inflicted upon the accom-
this ; plices in the crime, whereupon one of Arrested for Playing Hall on Sunday. and the Sheriff of
lived The
a fanner who near place, was Wooden Key Set Them Free. County Judge
shot and killed b) Jerry Frazier, a la Ga. July 29.-Between I the jury answered, ""Well, judge we RICHMOND, Va., July 30.-Warrants Brevard county will meet with the Clerkof
1 did not try the have been issued for the
negro. arrest of the
borer, wko worked on an adjoiningfarm. the Circuit Court in the Clerk's office,
1 and 2 o'clock in the night,ten prisoners i i and Fulton
Virginia baseball
The shooting was the result of a escaped from the jail here. They deserve iI I Editor Fatally Shot. with club. They at Titusville on Monday the llth day of
are charged ball
quarrel over the trespass of a drove of credit for the displayed JACKSON Miss. 2.-A private playing on Sunday. 1890 for the of drawingthe
some simple ingenuity Aug. The game took place on Island park and August, purpose
hogs. in getting away. They had madea I ; telegram from Friar Point, Miss., received about: two hundred persons were grand and petit jury to serve at the

Imperial Ultaae. wooden key,with which they unlocked. 1! here, announces the fatal shoot- An admission price was charged.present.The fall term of the Circuit Court for Brevard

ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 2.-The imperial the door of the jail and quietly stole I I ing of Freeland Chew, editor of The parties will make no defense, but plead county, Florida. Take notice and govern

ukase has been issued forbidding away. When their escape was madeknown I Gazette, of that place, by State Senator guilty and ask the mercy of the court, yourselves accordingly. .

further operations by Protestant missionaries the town was aroused and pursuit J. W. Cutser. who is candidate for the with the promise "never to do so again." Witness my hand and seal this July

especially in Western Russia, made, but the whole number is still at,; constitutional convention. No particulars 29th, 1890.

on penalty of the offenders being conducted large, with no favorable prospects for are given, but newspaper criticism is Rev. Robert Laird Collier died near A. A. STEWART,
their apprehension. supposed to have provoked the affair. Salisbury, Maryland, last Sunday.
to the frontier I ..._. Clerk Circuit Court.


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AUG. 7, 1S90.AiA3AMA .3 ok

&.' Round Over for Purloining a Rible. A New Discovery.In I THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.

sifter Coi. Ih'rb.-n-lk are On. and the A Phenomenal Convention-Herbert at CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., August 1.-A the course of conversation at Cor- J

'Lontt.t Pole Gets the l"e r iiuuiun.*' the Front Again. colored minister named John Adams u as \ nell university Mr. Atkinson, the Boston -
tried before a justice on the charge of economist stated that a New Eng- A. B. CA.MPBEL3L:
Ala. 26. It MoxllOMEBY
)IorooEEY.. July lias Ala., August 1.-The M
that Hillary Democratic fraudulent l breach of trust. He had b LorI I land genius has recently discovered a I
been thought Representative convention held here was of
: Jacksonville Florida.
Herbert would be renouiiuail fur cou- peculiar phenomenal proportions, and so row I a Bible from the prosecutor in I cheap method of dissolving zinc by com :
but is 1NS7 and had failed to return it. John bining it with hydrogen and producing "
gTi a without opposition, appear tar as known was a surprise to the |I I
and it is said was bound over to appear before the solution called zinc Knabe Pianos, Weber Piano*. Haines it
*nc are ueceptive, n* w aio-l :s:o.:U! ae-il1 all re-] eCt.s. I a water. This liquid,
tUt the Alliance is after his Kap.It The executive committee's recommendation circuit court. I if applied to certain woods notably, \ Bros.: Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & t

S t is remembered that heinert declared as to temporary ottict"rs0".8 set I Only Fire Year in the Penitentiary. i white \v>od, makes it absolutely fire White Onrans and Chicago Cottage- Or- "

Ii a .uin.: t the s>ubtreasury t>iil some blue, and the convention, by a vote of BUCHANAN, Ga..t1 ut 1.-Munis \ proof, and at a low cost. Mr. Atkinsonregards : 1n5. I will sell and Deliver at your M
and it has tteveitvped that the 31 to 2..elected cluurman I nearest station GradeE'ia1nos
tune agog a to suit itself, and George Lee were tried here for tho this discovery as one of the most ; High h
hJ. Leen on the btiii huts; for arr.tlUAUrt who I
A..iaIk was anti-Herbert. This was takenas '
murder of Wyatt Williams, at Futon j important of the age, and one that will
.. this !
-Iauce iU u of
put: a test the anti-Htroert stiength.
city, baD been bust ,. 'J. and the friends" of the other candidates t Ga., and were and sentenced found guilty to"serve of manslaughter surely revolutionize fire insurance as : : r

tferent prominent men on tae >uotreasary then made an effort to adjourn the ccnventiun in the five well as immensely decrease the loss by :
bill. and Col. A. A. Wiley has printed until September 11th. By close i years penitentiary. I Ii fire. The invention is kept secret for the !:

in that paper, of this: week, a full vote this; failed. Then a proposition hung tor Murder after two Year i I present. Only one foreigner-Sir Lyon I I r.

f+f& letter ezpres'.ing the warmest sym- otftied abrogate the instructions of I LIVE OAK.'Ut l.-KeUt"\ : Playfair the English scientist-knows of i: Qri8ris

l.tay for the farming inn rt"-ots. and in the counties to the delegates. This proposition I Stewart colored was hanged" here for I it. He corroborates all that is claimed !: ,

jeaking of it. The Alliance lleiaid says: consumed just four hours' time, the murder of John Hawkins about two for the invention and says the inventor!'!

"The eotit'at w: now likely to prove when., it was tabled by a vote of 30 to 25.i I years It is estimated that 2C))) is a bungling chemist, but that he has a l For less money than any other housein ;
T ryint Te:o-tinl and excitin r. Cot. Wiley on --n ptTort was made to adjourn and people WiLD :.etl the execution.Elizabethtown i faculty of blundering into the choicest ;: the United States. I will ship a Piano li
ha hunt of friends who would rejoiceat that failed. I Oran
a : -- ----- secrets in nature's laboratory. As or to any honest man or woman "
hid exaltation to s*> prouiin n: and in- v oi. .t:1: roert"s name was then put beI\I Ky., had a )),OOO fire soon ,I on trial, and if not satisfactory, I
fhwntial all office: as representative in foie the convention, when a painful i ThurHh '. as patents are perfected and capital in- !! will pay freight:: both ways. $13 c3 hand
terested. zinc will become article !
congress and none can duiittt hU eini- praise en>ued-uo one said a word-no I Theoman's Christian Temperance water an I S1U a month on a Piano, and $10 II
neat ability and capacity to till the posi- uther name was placed" before the con- : Union rl'X1 its lalx/rs: at Asheville, N. of commerce. cash and $j a month on an until t !
tion with credit to him elf and honor to ventii n-when the silence l was broken : C., last Thursday. i paid for-not much than organ .
Col. Herbert I 3Iarried in a Muggy. ;, more ordinaryrent.
hi constituency. The farmers: are par- was nominated by acclamation '
tial to Wilev. This alone is sufficient for The result surpri-ed Herbert Saturday on Broad street in the i On these very liberal terms anyone I t:

all the political tlo:;s-Tray, Blanche and and his friends fur they exacted a long f A Rail Wound in the 1"00' I.WATKINSVILLE. center of lethorpe.. between" the large Free can own an instrument. Send for f I!

Sw >etl eart-tn be turned loose on his and Liter fight, and"only Loped to I Ga.. Ju.y: 2tf.: -Mr. W. j magnolia tree and the artesian well two I Catalogue containing full informa

track and bark at hU heels." gain a victory after c
The: convention meets in this city on It i* now claimed that Herbert will be the foot. He had l been hunting with Jud Ruth and Miss Alice Jones, who jos, Guitars, Aecordeons, and in fact,
the 3lst. and lets are freely offered by re-elected. The anti-Herbert leader presented I several other young men. a id. returningto every Musical Instrument that is made,
live in the of the : U
Alliancenien that Wiley will peat Her-I a petition, signed by thirty-two I his home, was standing in the yard ; upper portion county. and at very low prices. Send for complete :!
returned from \Vaalt- the of the with the muzzle of the ; about twenty miles from Oglethorpe cataloinies. I have
tert- Herbert has delegates;: asking; chairman gun on hi? foot Iu.tl4JU pieces ,
iagsoo! and the Mcht; is on hand. congressional executive committee to : and the stock under his arm. From I came to town without the consent and of Choice Music at 10 cents per copy. ;; J''

recommend Peter Ma>tin for temporary : some unknown cause the gun tired. It : knowledge of the parents of the bride A. B. I, I''
MISSISSIPPI ALLIANCEMEN chairman. The chairman did not recommend ; is feared by the attending nh8id3n5'that and eagerly inquired for a preacher.Rev. CAMPBELL. 1

him, and all except one of the : his foot will hap *o 1'.' *';ken off. J. \Vardlav7 being; on hand, was Jacksomillc, Fla. r;
1 J J.
Will Manufacture Jute llasslns and Cot- : Hgners voted for and elected him. These I pressed into service. The young people. :
ton Fabrics Gent-rally. + men pledged themselves to act against TIl.aunah Kx-!.. ..ior.SAVANNAH. .
fearing that their close at
I pursuers were '
COTTOX Mis., July 26.-The stockholders I Herbert, and he would have K-eii defeatt t: Ga.. Julv.hi.).-The coroner's Land, did not alight from their buggy. : HERE I AM AGAIN :

of the Mississippi Alliance bagfactOl'Y ed had they" kept their promise.A jury has concluded its investigationof Gallant Pomp Robinson who is always
the blowing up of the Bullard boarding I i
gin met here and organized by
board of directors. -It was decided CARD THAT IS A CARD. house. The vor-lu-t was that the disaster desirous that a success: be made of proceedings .
electing a
at this meting, to manufacturejute was the result of an explosion by of this kindhell the affrighted J. W. ROGERS
Lagin;; and cotton fabrics gener- lie Proposes to Ite.ncitate. Rejuvenate some agency unknown. The negro held steed.. After the connubial knot was securely 9

ally. The proposition to purchase the antI lU-haMlitute, Etc. on suspicion has been turned lt( se. It tied the groom \vi.i uncovered i Before an intelligent and

factory property from the Alliance was i COLUMBIA, S. C.. August 1.-Here is is thought that nitroglycerine or dynamite head, handed the minister a ) bill. gave I discriminating public appreciative
I a unique announcernpnt. It expressesthe was the agent Used.A loose reins his steed and did presents
rejected. The "machinery outtir was ordered to never a, and makes his bow
that he
and it is expected that the factory I longing of the amt .tious office-seeker, young: Lochihvar glide, away more gallantly is a candidate for their favors good
will be in full operation in three months. and is Mgned by Samuel Colgan, of the Notable Ha-ll1 HunU\llle. with his bonnie bride.-ilaconTelegraph. wishes and cash. ,
We are down on the force bill and hope I 'ntintv of Edgefield, and is printed in a HUNTSVTLLE. Ala.. July :JO.-Perhapsthe .

that the conservative element of the : local paper: -'*1 j '' most notable ellin since As blood i is thicker than water so is

whole country will unite and devise "iotue good people of Edgefield : The the war was the leanion of the survivors Enameling! Gold. cash bettr than credit. He propose t ways aud means to kill out that infamous wind blowtth where it lUteth, and no of the Fourth ALu-nina infantry and the While making a casual call the other get out of the old ruts and Sell his '

measure. I man can tell whence it comes.or whither cavalry regiments, which brought out ;, day I learned that the" newest thing in Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard
i I it goeth. but I am not that kind of a cat. a
about to > Confederate"
: veterans. It was gold settings for jewels was to cover the Cash.
HIGH RENTS IN MACON. I I am a Ben Tillman cat, and if elected the first meeting of many since they laid gold with a light white enamel. This I

;, county commissioner, propose to reform, down arm. All the ex-Federal soldiers makes the combination delicate and He handles a first-class line of
Tenants Declare They will Have to Leave i beautify, adorn, resu."c'itate. rejuvenate more
in this section ated in all
living partici[>
less tawdry while" by removing the glit-
the City to Get Living Kate. and rehabilitate Edgefield county from the exercise A. R. Simmons, of Man ,
: I I
'' the edge; of the water up to the"top of ter of the gold greater" effect is given toI ClothingBoth ;
MJIOON, Ga., July 26.-Tenants in this i chester. New Hampshire, an ex-Federal ,
city say the rents are unreasonably high I the rocks. I am a laboring man, and i soldier and a Republican made an eloquent colored gems. Rubies sapphires, emeralds
and on every hand complaints are heard. haul wood. If not elected, I can haul address which was loudly applaude and colored" diamonds thus set radiate Ready-made and to Order.

It is claimed that landlords realize the 'j on. I would say more but I am"a man A splendid barbecued: dinner wasgiven their peculiar light without detraction HisGents' k

fact that the scarcity of houses places i of few words, and full of trouble. I and a genuine southern welcome by any other gleam, except that of .

them at their mercy, anti they charge j,I C.areles'ness- of a Negro Driver.ATLANTA. I was given every one. the white enamel which is in perfect Famishing Department \ .

any price they jdeaae. Several merchants Ga., 1.-A two-mule harmony with every colored gem. Particularly -
August "
He Wanted to Work hi
declare will have to leave the city. I "Crap.
they mashed to pieces at the For- was this the case with a pin in Is Complete. Nobby Hats
dray I from
not stand the rents." COLUMBIA, S. C. 30. old
They they can July -Aery
say The driver : which were five brown diamonds set on
i syth street crossing. was : fir t-class hand and Shoe
to suit the
the landlord
In one case wants an in- negro named Peter Roof, murdered his
holding his team close to the tracks a white background. Enameling brace-
most Trunks Valises
creae of ; per cent.. and that t o, on son-in-law. Isaac Lockrane. near this I and
i when a Western and Ailmtic switch engine lets of fine gold gives the dainty effectof Hand Satchels, too low to
a busi ine,s that is of such small volume city, and the old man :surrendered to the quote.
that the merchant" will be forced to mo'eout I approached" on one :ide: and a West 8h ritf. They had some trouble and the jewels woven into a bit of lace.- For fine Cigars and Tobaccos he can-

The house is about 15; feet wide by I Point freight train on the other. The old man aimed his gun at Lockrane. and Epoch not be excelled in the county.I .
and lacked the
40 long,and is not in a desirable location, I mules became the track frightened of approaching t Peter says it was discharged: accidentally, Gains from Literature. earnestly ask an inspection of my
aDd the increased rent" will make it cost dray upon and killed his son-in-law. The coroner's Good before buying elsewhere.
Point track. The dray was deiuoii.-hed, The St. James Gazette
the tenant $to> a year.A : jury found a verdict of ,cold-blooded commenting i
the mules knocked dO\n1. and the driver murder. The old man objected to being I upon the large fortune which was accu- J. IV. Rory,ens.

MARRIED MAN HAS HER. I was almost thrown under the train. He : locked up, and said he wanted to gc mulated by the late Sir Win. Gull states
with few bruises. GEO. E. CHASE.
barely escaped a : home and work his "crap." Peter is of I I that "the .100,000 of Dickens remains A. G. CHAITELL.

The Father Called "u tue Police to Help I Night Service in the Atlanta Postoffice.ATLANTA : the opinion that he has been treated very | about the high water mark of gains cfj : GEO. E. CHASE & CO. !

Him to Rcoir Her. i badly, and can't understand it. j literature." This is nonsense, for both ,
Ga., August 1.-The public
;, AUGUSTA (ia., July 26.-An old gen- I! can,their mail; from the potoffice i Scott and Dumas: made a great deal more SHIP CHANDLERY f

tleman named J. R. Baaker, has been in from 7 o'clock in the morning: until 11 i CONGRESS. literature than 110.000: ,nor does that ,

thy city teaching music among the factory o'clock, p. m. Postma&ter Lewis has ,I One Hundred and Kightj-PirHt D.iy. :1 sum represent anything approaching to HARDWARE I

people. His pretty" daughter, Miss live I been at work arranging details for a In the senate-)Ir. Sherman offered an : "the gains"of Dickens. It should be re- ,

Emma with her, was uncle's with family him, but in went Harrisburg.But to night service in this city for a month or : amendment to the deficiency appropriation -, membered that Dickens began life with Patent Lois[ Wire Rope ,Riffe

is in trouble. H I more. This i> a great convenience to the j' bill for $)().OOI) to mark the boundary nothing, and that for more than thirty ,
now the old man : etravelin' There will be a dozen" i 1 States and Mex FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS. "
reported at police headquarters that I \public. line between the United years he lived in a very liberal style, and ,
married man named Charles Ziegler had 1" night; clerks in the postoffice, and mail : ico. The resolution to meet at 10 a. m. during that time he brought up a large Agent for Devoe & IVs Paints, Tule \
will be delivered until 11 o'clock every 1 I was agreed to, and the tariff debate resumed Life Preservers, Tent &
run off with his daughter, and he wanted : and expensive family. 1 should think Awning Co.,
help to recover her. A notary public in night. i and continued until adjournment.In that his literary gains(he cleared 33,000: Patent Anchors.

Hamburg S. C., bays he married a cou-, !i A White Prisoner Kill a Negro Prisoner.BIRMINGHAM the bill hou e-The laid sundry aside for civil the conference appropriation -1! by his readings) must have exceededi BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS.
was -
pie. the day the old man's daughter disappeared Ala., August 1.John j report on the district appropriationi i 200.000 from first to last.-Cor. London. Correspondence Solicited. Telephone
who etht"irnamesasEmrnaBaakH McGarity, a white prisoner in the county The I Truth. 2CC.
and Charles Aulston. The old i bill, which was agreed to. irrigation _
jail, killed a negro prisoner named Will amendment to the sundry civil appropria- 'I \Vos. SS $ 90 E. St.
man k greatly du-tre>ed. It is thought; : Leeds. The two pri-oners were doing tion bill was considered until adjournment Heating Nature's Game. Bay ,
that Aulston is an assumed name for some work in the jail yard, when Mc- j Chicago, Cincinnati and half a dozen JACKSONVILLE
Zeigter. and that the couple are somewhere Grity suddenly turned and without I I, ,I other northern cities are setting up in the :0-lyr. I

in South Carolina.The provocation struck the negro a terrible : manufacture of artificial ice. and it is
blow on the head" with a shovel. The t A Long Time t! Wait.A that within five t
predicted more
years FOR SALE
Old wan'* x-oop. St. Petersburg correspondent tells a 1
lived about two hours. McGarity j
negro j i than half the ice used in the north will ,
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn..July 26.-Ahoul t was in jail for assault with intent to i curious story of the will of a late inhab- 1: be made that The" artificial is THE ELEGANT
a month ago a singular marriage took murder a fellow prisoner while workingin : itant of Warsaw who died six years ago. "I' way.

place, which has been kept a secret. Mr. the city chamgang. : He had confided his will to his executor i purer made,at better less cost.easier Then handled let and winter can go be RESIDENCE AND I I

C. A. Gallagher, aged 23 years bream: at whose house the friends and relatives her Free Press xEROVR I
the husband of Mr M. J. Morgan whc The Crop. are Fine. : gathered together after the funeral to j way.-Detroit OF L. E. ,

kept a boarding house in which he made ,SPARTA. G'\., August 1.-The prospectsfor ,
j learn their fate: but they only heard the I Salaries In Japan. ROCK LEDGE FLA. i
hk home. The bride has children nearly have greatly increased in ,
as old as her new husband, and desirecthe I the good past week.crops The rains come in good inscription on the envelope read which I! Discussing the remuneration paid to Containing Seven and One-Third I;

matter be kept secret, but the intimacy time and cotton, where planted early t] was to the effect that the seal was to bei : actors in Japan. The Jiji makes an interesting Acres of Land fronting Indian River ,

of the old lady and her" husbancreated d and well worked, is in fine condition. i' broken on that day twelvemonth. This, I comparison. The salary of the Large. Roomy RESIDENCE elegantly -

unpleasantness, and a married]I Corn, in portions of the county. is remarkably was sad news to many of them whose! prime minister is about $ .600 per year Finished. Also Three-Room I

daughter of the now Mrs. Gallaghei good. There is every indication creditors were restive and threatening;;, i which is equivalent to a little more than COTTAGE B and Outbuildings. One of ;I

went to the court Lou>e and ascertainedthe l tI a"the farmers this year will make I J but possessing their souls, their interjections .. i $26 per day while Danjuro is to receive the most desirable places in Rock Ledge f
facts in the ca.-.e. She and her broth,. a 0I,1 aving. Many of oar best farmers I and their adjectives in patience and i l $3,500; ( for a thirty-three days' engagement hammock.For i
era and tkters are quite indignant, bui t will'fatten their hogs this: fall, and thus went their several at the new theatre in the capital
in silence they
ways.In price, terms, etc., apply to I
the old lady i* TPTtP. I make their own bacon and lard. .
all at the --
'I punctually
1885 they: were
Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla.
They 5J hac ".-.... ,,"vi Lo.t.BiSHiNGHAM The Midland Division. I trysting place once more. The execntoi ': I
Ala. 26. Word 0. 1. The Columbus I broke the seal solemnly and tenderly, The Walking Sticks Progress. I I
July COLUMBUS. August: A. L. Hatch & Son,
puts jut been" received of the lynching of and Cincinnati Midland railroad, after -! and found inside of the envelope a somewhat

an unknown negro near Arkadelphia in this date, will be operated to Midland I smaller inclosure sealed with ar: DEALERS IN

BtouHt cuuu t t'. Wednesday" for an assault City, as a division of the Baltimore and identical seal, and bearing an identical II
on a ..r: only 1:i years old.! The Ohio railroad to I* known as the Midland superscription: "This seal is to be brokerthis DRY GOODS NOTIONS

negro was a tramp. and met the girl Division of the Baltimore and Ohio, day twelvemonth; not before." ,

alone in the road, where he made a brutal S. S. Peabody division superintendent.Depot I Nor was the discovery of the year following 1I Hardware, Crockery"Saddr ry,
astauit ou Iwr. A crowd of white of nature to soothe the 2 .
Burned.3IOR : a angrj Stationery Family Medicines t
farmers caught the negro, Cirried4o the and Freight Car -

girl, who identified him, and then they ANTON. N. C., August 1.-A very 'I'I feelings of the impatient relatives n-'s who hospitable I I i., Garden SetJs, .
under Mr.
went, off into the woods. When they destructive tire occurred iierN. which entirely met once more I
returned some one asked where the negro consumed the X-rth Carolina I roof. Briefly,year after year the ;;.l.'i CHOICE GROCERIES,
was and the reply wa that "he got railroad .I..p.t, six.ioade '*arand kith and kin of that rich man gathered I I -
Corn Fertilizers.
lost," and they left ni..-. alo a large amount of freight that was I together and "quoted Scripture" at the f ;3 Hay, Mapes

in the depot. Several small wooden practical joker of the other world, I CITY POINT FLORIDA.

Stream are Ilish and Cotton !. In Danger. buildings near" the depot were burned. I heartily wishing him back again in this i\
fire is supposed to be the work of an The will to .

been CHARLOTTE almost a,continuous N. C.,July 29.rainfall-There in this hast The incendiary.:$1'.000.Wllliamsburg(The I railroad's loss is estimated i one have for seven the seals nonce., the last of which proved was I C S L'Engla' & 00.

at t L
section for the past eight or ten days, i broken a few days ago, when it was Ir r aI

\\' ad it is feared that the cotton crop on couuionventlon.. : oundi that the rich man's property was II I JACKSONVILLE
z the bottom lands will be seriously in '": divided into four equal parts one of FLA.
S. C., July 25.-An official lye EXTERIOR.5SECTIONAL
jur@d. The Catawba river is sevena which was to be equally distributed between Crockery Glassware
issued for
I hasbeen a comity
half feet above water mark.
I and his
his nieces nephews an-
of the straightout Democrats
convention H Fltrll sit
John }fil=ter, who was killed in a bar. of Williainsburg county to be held at other was left to the children of a former I H Ollse- ing, ,

roooi Asheville, N. C.. was buned at, King tree, next Monday, to take counsel I nurse, a third was given to his friend Lamps Oil, Vapor Stoves,

Sfi rtanlurg, S. C., where his mother! of each other as to what measures shouldbe I and executor, 1[. Band the fourthwas ___
family live.A used as best calculated to saveth'e directed to be invested till the year : ..":-, t Gate CittjlStone: Fitt ers.

negro named Monk Johnson was, honor of the state and the integrity of 1910, when it is to be handed over to that VIEW. .I ; We solicit the patronage of f'

sentenced at Griffin Ga., to work in th the farmers Democratic of the party.county have Forty s.gned prominent:; the one of the nephews who is blessed with -Pucd our neighbours oi the t '

cfaatngang twelve months for stealing I I the most numerous progeny.
pair of pants. acall,and quite a gathering i" expected. EAST CO. ST.


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FLORIDA STAR. WE wish call attention improvement That Game "of Base Ball. REPLY TO DEMOCRAT.
THE to to an A hollow stump from which a noise .. .. .

that should be made in Titus- comes similar to a boiling kettle is one .
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. A game of.base ball between nines representing Editor Florida Star:
ville-one which would increase the of the curiosities of Bradford county. A

ELLIS B. WAGERIFilor ani'misier. value of our river property an untold colony of bees are probably inside. Titusville and Cocoa was playedon My attention has been called to a
the ball grounds of the latter place communication in
l last
amount and make it an inviting spot to your issue signed
S1.5O per Annum. our winter visitors as well as much more This f summer has been such a cool and last Friday afternoon before an audience "Democrat." It should have been signed

pleasing to our own delightful one on Indian River that we including many ladies. The betting, if.. Scribler, Meddler, for no true Democrat "

Entered at the Pint Office at Titusville as This is eyes. think those who have gone away to escape any took place, was probably at odds on ought to want to rake the :
Matter. to straighten the river bank up past,
Second-Class the heat have from Cocoa, and the Titusville representatives
possibly jumped or find fault by criticism of
from the Delespine Grant to a point I a primary
"the frying into the fire." bad conceived fromreport and observation which
circulation north of the railroad dock pan thoroughly Democratic and -
The Star has the Largest by driving a regular
of any paper od the East coast of Fla.A row of piles say 50 or 100 feet out from a wholesome respect for their oppo- in its proceedings. The boys were out
THE majority of the conservative state nents, and burned no bridges in the rear. in full force and had
the things their
water'mark the shore. own
SQUARE one inch In space; 13 squares present on newspapers agree that if Senator Call The two nines under Captains Titus
column. These way and held the reins in their
make piles will not be expensive for own
For jwlvertisin'ff rates enquire of the Editor would refute a few of the charges brought and ;choonmaker took the field as follows: hands. No
Always enclosing; atwo cent stamp. they can be put down by common labor. against him, that it would do him more objection was made to any
After this TITUSVILLE. COCOA. thing proposed except that I asked
work is done, employ one of good than the blatant parading of his not
MEMBER OF the fill in Carlile Schoonmaker, 1 b. to be sent as a delegate preferring to
dredges to back of this row of forward his c. remain -
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION piling with the and sand taken strength now being put Britton, c. f. Fisher, 1. f. at home with my sick wife.
This is fact. The Times-
organs. a Richards 1 b. Skinner c.
WITH outside. This will the It is difficult to see what, or who"Democrat"
AFFILIATED up : deepen water
Union is him harm f.
certainly doing more Raney, p. Spiers, c.
Editorial Association. just outside the new embankment and Goldsmith Barth f. is striking at. Does he
National than good in its present manner, for it s. s. r.
by the sea-grass once being removed, the claims certain counties for Call that are P. Titus, 2 b. Johnson, 2 b. mean by the allusion to "my seat"' thatI

THE decision of the Railway Commis- waves of water will break against the Norwood, 1. f. Grimes, 3 b. was cheated out of it ? How else couldit
almost certain to go against him. Whyis
H. Titus 3 b. Thrall
p. be considered mine ?
sion is expected to be handed down this piling making a counter or disturbed it that De Soto, among the southern Jones, r. f. Daniels, s. s. After this l.rief

week, in regard to the complaints laid current of water, which, we think, will counties, in her recent convention, declined answer to "Democrat" I will rise to a
i Carlile led off for Titusville with a hit,
higher plane of fairness and
before them at this place last Tuesday.WE prevent sea-grass from again lodging so to endorse Call for re-election ? justice to
and followed Britton with another -
close to our shore. was by inform him that I think the seat in the

have received official notice from The work is such that it can be doneat Did not Call and Chipley hold their and on a hit by Goldsmith and passed "lower house" referred to should be filled
discussion in that
joint on July county -
of the Florida Press Association balls, both scored. The side was then by some from below
Gore odd
President times and as the river front is at Arcadia? Rockledge, provided
of our appointment as a member pretty evenly divided up among property shut out until the fifth inning, Cocoa that section can centre on a man

of the Finance Committee. We owners, very few would find the expense Has the Treasury surplus been ex- having, in the meantime, made one run who has the qualifications. Rockledge,

the honor conferredand in the third, and one in the fourth inning, City Point and Titusville have
for had
return thanks great. Each property owner would hausted? is a question that has createda their

pledge our best efforts in behalf of be benefitted by an increase of either 50 good deal of rather vigorous debate tying the score. candidates, successful and unsuccessful,

the important work usually alloted to or 100 feet more of land extending out among the partisans of the two parties.Mr. The fifth inning was owned by Titus- and other sections should haye a chance.

that committee. in the river, and the effect can be easily Carlisle' and some others have as- ville. Henry Titus made a hit and scoredon For myself I want nothing and ask

imagined if the present shore was ex- serted that the reckless extravagance of an out and errors. When Carlile came nothing at the hands of the people, con-

ONLY two weeks after the fire in tended out this distance from the points the Republicans has entirely exhaustedthe to bat, he drove a grand one into the tent to exercise my ballot and what lit

Green Cove Springs which destroyed named above. We believe the town wouldbe surplus in the National Treasury. scrub at the border of centre field, making tle influence I may have in the best way

Brother Randall's entire outfit, he is out ready to do the work on the streets, Figures are given showing the statement a home run. Britton reached first on and to study to know it.RE'spectfuIly.

again with his paper, the Spring, lookingas as our town finances are rapidly getting to be based on something like facts. In a hit, and then Bob Richards again lost .

fresh and crisp as ever. He did not into a more flourishing condition.The response to these charges the Secretaryof the ball in the scrub. This was four runs \\'. H. SHARPS.

miss an issue of his paper. This shows greater expense being the filling the Treasury makes a reply which, if and the Titusville contingent drownedthe
be is a live newspaper man and equal to hi-if we found that a drejdge was too not entirely conclusive, indicates a better partisan gibes of the Cocoa small boy

all emergencies. expensive, a steam suction pump, suchas state of financial affairs than Mr Car- with mighty yell Pursuant to the call of the Democratic-

is used for the purpose, could easilybe lisle would have the public suppose. Sec- At the end of Cocoa's half of the fifth, Executive Committee for Brevard Co.,

.The railroad commission!: law requires chartered or rented to do the work in retary Windom shows that :Mr. Carlisle in which three runs were made, the Ti a convention was held at Rockledge, oc

that all railroads doing business whollyor If river omitted his tusyille catcher was injured and unableto the Second of
our opinion. our front owners from calculations one item day August, A. D. 1890,

in part in this state shall make period- deem the project feasible and are suffic- of 855,000,000, surplus on hand at the continue, and, on appeal, the nmpire, to elect five delegates from Brevard

ical reports of the earnings of the roads. iently interested in it, as they ought to first of the month He points out Captain Hammond, of Cocoa, under the county to attend the State and Congressional

Some of the roads have disregarded this be the another mistake rules, gave the game to Titusville as it Conventions
cost per foot could be easily ascer- made by putting the to be held at Ocala on

order, and the commissioners have begun tained from a competent engineer.This permanent annual appropriations at stood, six runs to five. the 13th and 14th of August respectively.

proceedings in mandamus to compel is a work that has been mentionedby $101,000,000 and then adding to it the Cocoa was unfortunate in the numberof The delegates from the different precincts

them to make the reports. several persons to us within the past sinking fund of $49,000,000, when in fact men left on bases-seven to their op assembled at about 10 o'clock, and Mr.J. .

few months who -were non-residents, but this last item had been already includedin ponent's two. Another thing to which F. Woolen, as Secretary of the Executive -
THE name-of Judge Cooper, of Jack- who felt interest in Titusville the result was in a large measure due, Committee
an and we the $101,000,000, and should not be opened the Conventionand
sonville, will undoubtedly be broughtup feel that all of us regard the present added to it again. These two items was the excellent work of :Mr. Raney in explained its purpose in a few well

before the Ocala convention for Judgeof state of our river front an eye-sore to would show a surplus of $104,000,000 if the pitcher's box, his effective inshoots chosen remarks, and announced that

the Supreme Court. He is endorsedby our town and our property.IN the appropriations do not exceed the keeping down hits to a minimum. nominations were now in order for Tem-
the leading Democrats of the State Down Cocoa the
through to landingthe
Chairman and .
sum given. The annual appropriationswill porary Secretary.lIon.
and will make an able and efficient Just- examining the report of our School victorious legion pursued its clamorous -
be not far this year from $490,000000. ,- W. H. Sharpe was elected tem-
ice. The Brevard delegationwill Superintendent, for the past year, we the steamboat
way, was given over to chairman
This is made up of bills already porary H. F. Atkinson,
be for him in preference to any man. find that our public school system is improving its hilarious song and dance ; and takingfull
passed: or which will undoubtedly pa s, temporary secretary, and the chairman,
every year-improving in the appropriating $359,000,000, and the de- possession of the public street, the after briefly thanking the convention for
If the Congress will enact the number of schools and attendance, and more or less peaceful town of Titusvillewas
present pendent-pension act will call for $30,000- the honor conferred, announced that the .
lottery bill now before the postofdce also scholarship. made to echo with all manner of un- convention
000 more. The river and harbor bill was now ready for business.On .
committees in both houses it will merit To the former much credit is due to and some others will bring the appropri- earthly noise, fitly closing! a day of enjoyment motion a committee on credentials .
of the entire and the work of our Superintendent, aided obtained the of
the gratitude country, ations up to the sum given. The receipts at expense one- consisting of five delegates appointed
will it the hands of by the increasing population of our ninth of other
uphold people's feelings.
from customs, internal revenue, and mis- by the chairman and the convention took .
those who are fighting at heavy odds toprevent county and a growing need for education
cellaneous sources are estimated at $410- a recess for half an hour.
the from which is readily appreciated by the citi- IMMIGRATION TO FLORIDA.The .
lottery octopus suckingthe 000,000 with $35,000,000 from the postal Upon re-assembling, the report of the
of Brevard
life-blood of certain individual Sates. zens county. service, making a total of $475,000,000.This committee on credentials was read and .
To the improved scholarship we must Bureau Doing Gootl "ork-A Bulky
leaves a surplus of $15,000,000. It adopted, and on motion the temporary
give great credit to the excellent class of Correspondence.
WE trust that the brevity in dispatchof is true that some of the money appropriated organization was made permanent.Mr. .
teachers which have filled schools for TALLAHASSEE FLA.
our : Aug 4.-The *
business as manifested at the Rock may remain in the treasury unexpended A. W. Hardee then placed in
some years past. Brevard is especially Florida bureau of immigration has secured -
Ledge convention last Saturday, coupled for the year, but, having been nomination the following gentlemen to
fortunate in those teachers who home-seeker and
securing special emigrantrates
with a spirit of harmony and fairness appropriated, it can be called only a serve tts delegates at both the Ocala conventions -
come here not so much for the salary to points in Florida for special daysin
which has been mentioned by many of nominal surplus. Admitting the errors to wit : Minor S. Jones, C. J.
paid them for teaching; but do so for September, October, November and
our leading politicians as growing of of Mr. Carlisle, and rectifying them as Hector, T. J. DeSteuben, '.-.X. Penny
our genial climate, or because some of December, 1890. These rates are to be
late, will prevail throughout the convention the Secretary of the Treasury indicates, and A. Brady. No others being nominated -
them feel a personal interest in this partof 1J cents per mile for one way emigrant
at Titusville Wednesday, the a very large shrinkage of the surplus is it was moved that they be electedby
the State These teachers ticke and first-class
same could one limited fare
20th. Should the party "stop to lookback" shown by the figures given by Mr. Win acclamation, and the motion was
readily find employment elsewhere, but for round trip home-seekers.. The tick-
it be turned into
might a helpless dom himself. carried. The convention then adjourned
we think it must be the air-or some- ets are to be sold on three days in Sep.
"pillar of salt. Let old scores be for- sine die.
thing of that kind that keeps them here- HYPOLUXO.Mr. tember and October each, two days in
gotten, and remember that it is the No resolutions and the
future that concerns us. We want inr anyhow they prefer Indian River. In November and one day early in December delegates uninstructed.were passed The, .

this we are fortunate. Al. Laubach has arrived at his exact days of sale to be fixed later. greatest
portant work done at the next pension of harmony prevailed and the convention
the Legislature. Then let us select the One thing we need in this county now, father's place bringing with him a very These rates also apply to the territory completed its labors in

man to attend to it. and the time has come for it, if we are fine mule, wagon, plow, etc.Ve should covered by the southern limits of the Pc- extraordinary ;>,
proper time of less! than one hour from the
to be progressive, and that is a High judge from his movements that the tomac and Ohio, and efforts will be madeto

School at our County Seat. We know young man was a concentrated extract of have the rates extended to other traf- openiog. H. F. ATKINSON, Sec'y
In commenting on the nine month'l4tiCSSion
many of our taxpayers have advocated business.J. fic associations. HOW TO
of Congress and what it has done, PRESERVE. TIMBER.A. :
the Savannah Assays it ig beginningto heretofore the establishment of new W. Porter, of Palm Bea h, brought NUMEROUS LETTERS. r

be the nine months', wonder. "This is schools only, in preference to having a down a load of cocoanuts and planted The bureau is receiving numerous let- J. Goodwin, of New Smyrna, jva

the ninth month of the present session, high grade school at some place, but them on his Island place next to Capt.H. ters from parties throughout the North, in Jacksonville last Saturday on an errand l

and the end is not yet. Legislation has many of the students of our schools have D. Pierce's-the show place of Hypo- East and West, saying that in' the immediate of considerable importance.

been rushed through with hip, zip and a compassed the grade in the usual pre- luxo-by-the-way, he has several Ava- vicinity of the homes of the writers lIe brought several sections of timber :

hurrah, but when, in the.language of the cinct school ; they want to complete cado pear trees full of fruit for the first there are numbers of farmers whose at- of various kinds, magnolia, cherry, pine :

song. "You come to think of it," very their education more fully, but cannot time, and his: sapadillas are crowding tention has been directed toward Floridaas and water oak, all looking as if just cut. t

little real legislating has been done. In leave the county. each other off the trees.A a country where they can'secure cheap Yet these pieces of wood had been buriedin I

fact some of the most important meas- For the purpose of educating such we flying rumor, that has been cleavingthe homes, enjoy good health in a delightful the earth for. two years and driven t

mes still hang fire, or have not been need a good High School and we deem quiet atmosphere of Hypo for some climate, and the best social, religious and below tide water for the same length of :

acted upon at all. The "Original Package" Titusville is the proper place to have it. weeks has at last been captured. I have educational facilities; and, with soil, time.Mr.
We have-by far-the largest attend- and Goodwin is the inventor of the
seasons a of and
agricultural k
bill seems to be between the devil chloroformed it-impaled it on a pin- range

and the deep sea, that is, the conference ance ; our town is able to provide board and shtuck it mit der vail. It is of the horticultural productions almost infi- preservative process which consists of i
for those who would attend a High forcing a solution of into the
committees of the two )houses cannot genus boom-class Floridia-name Ho- nitely in variety, establish themselves in copper
School, and we believe our town would wood. His specimens showed this, for,
profitable industry at
agree upon it, and neither one is inclinedto telbypo Dimickii. The well-known and slight expense and when they were cut into, the knife-blade
give in. The Pure Food bills and take great interest in possibly aiding, to deservedly popular hotel-keeper Capt. E. in an incredibly short time-free from became covered with yellow copper. The

numerous other measures affecting the some extent, the establishment of such a X. Dimick has an idea that our thriving the discomforts, disasters, hardships and pieces submerged in water had not a

direct interests of the people have been needed enterprise. Let the people assure south end famous Lake Worth would discouragements attending the experience trace of a barnacle about them, and the
our Superintendent of their inventor claims that timber so treated is
neglected for partisan measures. Most hearty cooperation bea prime place fora first-class hotel. We of the average pioneer settler in the impervious to barnacles, worms and rot.
with him and we believe he will
of the time has been spent in discussingthese are always glad to haye square men harsh and inhospitable climate of the Mr. Goodwin went to Fernandina yes-

and a great deal more time likely feel justified in establishing a school for come round, and would welcome the advent West. terday afternoon to confer ith the Cre-

to be devoted to them. higher education.The of the genial Capt. and his estimable Ten opossums were killed in one night deal.osoting The Company process costs with but reference one-half to as a

When the whole situation is ,viewed, Titusville Base Ball Club has invited lady-for what they dont know about last week while stealing eggs and chickens much as creosoting, and is indorsed by .

not from the standpoint of a partisan, the Cocoa Club to come to Titus keeping a hotel would make a very small in a Gainesville coop.A several of this city's leading businessmen.

but from that of citizen item for the STAR. .
an unprejudiced and
ville play a game: but they refuse to J.
interested in the welfare of the country, do so, claiming that Titusville should return Old man B. fearing that the extremely Duty to Yourself.It (
it must be admitted that this hot weather hurricanethis is surprising that people will use a Can't Sleep NightsIs
congress and play out the game which was dry presaged a
common ordinary pill when
they can the complaint of thousands suffering
has legislated against, rather than for not completed last Friday. Titusville fall. has stirred his lazy stumps and secure valuable: English one for the from Asthma,Consumption,Cougbs, etc

the people. About the best service it boys agree that the game was not a decisive finished shingling the sides of his house same money. Dr. Acker's English Pillsare Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English

can render the country now is to pass one, but think their Cocoa friends and put up a front porch-he-jcan get a positive cure for sick headache and Remedy? It is the best preparation

the river and harbor bill and the necessary nevertheless should not object to playing there E-spasmodically-but it takes a all liver troubles. They are small! sweet, known for all Lung Troubles. Sold on
I easily taken, and do not gripe. For sale a positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by
appropriation bills and adjourn." up here., hurricane to move him. RUTH: yEN. j by Dixon & Gray druggists. Dixon & Gray druggists.



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it COMMISSIONERS. WATSON'S LETTER. I' this I am done. I have sought to do
A little daughter gladdened the heart j j Editor Florida Star: i ;
f fet TITUSVILIE BEFVARD Capt. Watson no harm. I have no un
Mr. a4 Mrs. Olin Hiscock. j Co., FLA., Please allow me space in your valued Editor Florida Star:
I kind feeling against any company or 1
Aug. 4th 90. I
We welcome Mis*Carter home;she has ; paper for making a report of public road On my return to Titusville on MondayI anyone connected therewith. I ;
The Honorable Board of Com- expectsoon
feeea 1 teaching four months at Canaveral mis>ioners in and for said County improvements I have been making be- read in your i issue of the 17th inst., a I to be at work on the river, and. I i
county met tween Oak Hill and your section of letter from Capt. 'V. B..aL n, some '! t.
Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Munson. of De- this day according to law. Members wish to work in harmony with Captain

Land, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- {i present-Robert Morrow chairman J. I 'country.In parts of which I think require an answerat i Watson and all others connected with j
; the fall of 18SS I got a public road my hands, and in doing so I will be as ; his
liam MUR-OO. i M. Sanders and C. E. Chaflee with A. A. company. i
I I laid out and accepted by our county brief as possible and apologize to both !!
One of our young men is glad and gay I Stewart, clerk, and J. E. Bowman, 'I Again apologizing for intruding myself :
commissioner, between Oak Hill and you and your readers as I am well aware readers I :
"Maggie's i while his sad- sheriff. i I on your am
singing come,
the king's trail near county line leading that the public cares very little for the Yours
tied brother sings "Maggie's gone." I Minutes of last meeting read and ap Aurantia and Titusville. Our county private differences of individuals. As to'I respectfully t

We regret to I learn that A. A. Baldwin : proved. I commissioners appropriated two hundred the E. C. T.'Co., I think enough has already ;i: R. P. P.\DDl ON. .

and family are to leave us for a time. j The following bills were ordered paid! dollars to be expended on this road and I been said about that. I will say j'I AChildKi11ed.

We hope the change will prove beneficial I j I from general fund: !|, put this am't into my hands for this I that if we get the rights and privileges ;! Another child killed by the u>e of f

to Mrs. Baldwin. Rhoda Wal-tein, waiting on Mrs. I purpose. I used the two: hundred dollars that we think we are entitled to under opiates"en in the form of Soothinc !.1\J
i C Blanchard................................$ 6 00 I 1 I I't
The grippe has had a severe hold on to the best of my judgment and ability the law, we will put on a good service of I Syrup. Why mothers sive their children r
I :Mary E. Futch, pauper........... 400Charity ?I I 8uch i is \ '
deadly poison
some of our townsfolk, old and young I Padgett, ........... 5 00 I improving the road, and made a report \ steamers from Titusville, south; these we when they can relieve the child of its ;

suffering much. We think it better to Rachel"Revel*, ........... 4 00 of the same to our road supervisor, Mr. I expect from the J. T. & K. W. Railroad. ; peculiar troubles by using: Dr. Acker's .

south for the rest of the season. I, Mary Morgan, ........... 5 00 I G. E. Mendel who went over the road There is no controversy between the E.I I Baby Soother. It contains no opium or I' I
go I A. J. Hender -* ......._... 8 00 I !
nn, morphine. Sold Dixon dru_ I
and last October. C. T. Co. and the I. R. S. B. Co. We I by Gray : -
accepted ,
Miss Calten leaves us this week for her I! Eaufala, ........... 400 I' my gists. .
bone io Teaaestee. We thai miss her ; P. )1. Young, ....:...._ 8 00 I This: left the road in a tolerably traversable hare neither "come to them begging as ;I

Jas. Anderson x ........... 500 j condition but we were in sore need I an object of charity,'' nor have we tried 1
sbe has endeared herself to us all by her i NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Hennie Brown, janitress .......... 10 00 of a bridge across Turnbull creek. More to force anything from them, in fact we
kindly ways; we hope to. see her again Morrow, County Com .......... 16 001 I -
than I to raise have had nothing to do with them. Sow I
in Gtorgtaaa. Jas. E. Bowman, sheriff .......... 41 50 I
H. J. Brown, repairs to court house 3 25 I money by private subscriptions for build- as to the "yarns of designing men in- I: July 24th, 1S90. ,
A of followed
large concourse people I C. E. Change, County Com......... 25 50 ing this bridge\ and while many citizensof ducing others to put money into an enterprise Whereas, the Titusville chool district t
oar reverend friend Rev. M. Black, to I Ja*. Pritchard, interest. ......... 3 24 this and yours-ctioncontributed quite I in which the originators are
has been made
i sub-district in accordance
fete lt resting place, By the side of big I On motion it i is ordered that the Chairman liberally, I failed to raise a sufficient careful to invest nothing but time'- ': with the laws a therefor-
I providing: ,
son Eddie, who passed beyond the portal of this Board be authorized to this I is aimed me-if :
I purchase amount. Last fall I proposed to our fling suppose at so, Sec. 19 3872 Xo. 2t .
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seven years a ;o. One of the last reqoteU l two dozen wood-bottomed chairs short its I ha'enever ,
I i iI road supervisor that if the board of road it falls far of mark as An election is hereby ordered to beheld
of Mr. Black was to have a series I to be used in the court house. supervisors would appropriate money induced any one to put one cent ,
at the Court House on the 2nd day
of bow. -tohouse prayer-meetings; the I .On motion it is ordered that the bid of I for building the bridge I would expend I into the E. C. T. Co., and have paid for of Sept, for the purpose of deciding

meeting will be begun this week. May R. Knox to paint the outside of the tbe private subscribed funds on the road. what interest I have in the same, and I whether the district shall be

tIN Lord bless them to the good of all II court h"use, privy and tank house, also This proposition was accepted, a splendid ,I defy Capt. Watson to prove to the con- I;i taxed to raise funds over and above specially the r -

who attend. the blind*, fur the sum of $95 be accepted. bridge was promptly built, and I expend- trary. Sow as to the gold mint, I deuy I state and county tax, to increase the

We heard a bean story last week which I The buildings to be painted ed private subscribed funds on the road. I I eyes making any such statement; that I privileges or opportunitimore( particularly -

will poofibly amine you. One of our citizens I white with red trimmings and the blinds i This road is one of the best on this coast have said, that during my term with the i i to enlarge the school house Xo.

was requested by his better-half to I green. and shortens the distance between Oak I. R. S. B. Co., said Co., did make some 2), at which election only ta -payer?

buy some meat to cook with beans ; On motion it is ordered that Messrs. Hill and Titusville several miles. Below money, I now repeat, and I do so on the upon real or personal property shall be

while making tbe purchase another customer Robert Morrow and C. E. Chaffee be appointed I give a statement of moneys received authority of )lr. M. R. Moran, who was entitled to vote.

said umother told me to get some a committee to obtain specifications and paid out.AM'TS. the superintendent of said Co._ and was The ballot shall be a piece t-f plain

meat to cook with beans; she thinks some for building a vault at the courthouse PAID OUT FOR LABOR. in position to know. Sow as to the un- I I white paper with the words printed or

of tile City Point folks will be there to I and to make a report at the next i Christopher Brown...................S 9 10 kindlie cut of all ; Captain Watson /; written upon itfor :i special tax" or 4

dinner to-morrow." In a few moments regular meeting. Will Gardner.. ........................ 1 50 I knows very well that I as master of the '
,, 'against a special tax.
in walked another worthy citizen saying, I' Board adjourned for recess until 2'' A. P. Hodges: ........................N 20 00 steamer Kockledge had nothing to do Also at the same time and place, three

"well, I must have few pounds beans ; o'clock p. m. Tom Seymour .........._........... 3 75 with paying the debts of the stea.mer.AU Trustees shall be elected.

iu quarterly meeting time and likely we I Board convened at 2 o'clock p. m. Lewis \Vi man.............._........ 11 50 bills of each steamer in the line were Boundaries of Titusville school district

will bare company." When on his way same members present.On E Lewi................................. 5 00 sent to the purser to examine; if found :, Beginning at the northwest corner of

borne No. 1 stopped to !:speak to a neigh motion it i is ordered that an interest John Butler............................. 16 50 correct he gave them to the Captain, the southeast quarter of section 33 of

. bor, who remarked, "I must have some bearing warrant be issued on the P- Young......................1 35X. whose duty it was to 0. K. them ; the township 21 south of range 35 fat;

meat to cook with my beans for Sunday." sinking fund to the order of Robert Morrow J. Brown.....?..................... 18 00 purser forwarded them to the auditor of i 1 thence run south along the quarter section -

There ww baked beans in Georgiana chairman, for the sum of $1,000 for T. McCIamma................... ...._. 13 50 the J. T. & K. W. Railroad, and there : line to the township line between

for otxx. OTIIO KEEN. the purpose of taking up sundry out the responsibility of the Captain ended
Total am't paid out...............$105 20 I t, townships 21 and 22; thence run west
standing warrants.On I say Capt. Watson knew, this I presumehe said
: along township line to the sduth-
LAKE WORTH. motion it is ordered that the following AM'TS RECEIVED. did, as his son, Mr. Charles Watson, ': of
west corner section 33 afo re-aid; thence
from the road fund : Coleman & Co..N..N$ 20 00 for with I
bills be paid was purser a long time me on south
I run along the wet line of section
SfJeacftd summer weather. F. H. Faye Road Supt.. .......... $ 2 SO F. Duren.....................__...... 1 00 the steamer Rockledge-and right hereI 14 of 22 35 I .
i township eat to the I
John Houston h........ ... 13 00 G. B. Rumph................__.....-. 2 00 wish to that a. more courteous, attentive range
Good attendance at Sunday school and. L. A. Coleman ............ 2 40 I I 2 00 say t i i Delespine Grant ; thence cocanue on
S. H.
services at the West Side school house Tbo-s. J. DfSteube.i ............ 12 00 and efficient officer in that line i ii the course south 2 mle, thence turn j
I ............. ....... 1 00
the 27th.Mr. Ja5. S. Bell road work ............. 350 J. Birnb um. _... cannot be found in the south. As to i angle of 90 degrees and run east to Indian -
-- .......... ...._... 2 50
The Hoard ot Koad fcupenntenaenisof :: I J. P. Miller....... the "anonymous assertions, etc., which
thence meander the j
River shore of
J. P. McKenna is having an addition Brevard County having tendered .i E. H. Rice.-_._... ..... 100 they are too cowardly to father,'* if he ithe f _
River northerly to the northeast !
pat OB JIM East Side residence, their resignations i i. e., John Houston, I Indian River Bank......._......... 5 00 applies this to me, I say the assertion is | of the "
corner Delespine Grant tad continue :
mud otherwise improving his place. L. A. Coleman, T. J. DeSteuben and F. I H. L. Chapin.......................... 4 00W. absolutely false. I never wrote a news- | northerly along the River to the I II
Tb Mary B. left on the 23rd for Jack- the X. HE'ndry.- 1 00
II. Boye, and having turned over paper article. except over my signature north line of the town of Titusville
iOcviUeIe L. \\ &Trans. Co., seem books, etc., to the Board of County Com- I Dixon & Gray......................... 2 00 and never made an assertion! that I was I I; being opposite the point of beginnini ;',

to >find enough to do even if it is hurricane mi>c ioners, it i U hereby ordered tbattheir Elijah Sacket" .................... .... 3 00 not personally responsible for. t!, thence run along the north boundary of

season. resignations be accepted. om. Ehinf'- 00Oliver As to "the legacy of bad feeling," Idon't
I i, the south half of section 33 and 34, town-
The Democratic county convention is Whereupon the Board adjourned to I & ullge.- 20 00 know if that applies to the peopleon ,: ship 21, range 35 east to the point of 0 i i

called at Juno, August 5th. The came I first Monday in September IS ). I Z. T. William........................ 10 00 the river or those with whom I was 1 I beginning; said land embracing the i II

day the Republican county convention A. A. STEWART, IE. S. Wiley.................-........N 2 00 employed. If the former, I feel easy, I southeast quarter of section 33 and south !;

M to meet at Lake Worth.Tbe By J. P. BLAKE, Clerk. E. L. Brady...................._...... 9 45 otherwise they would not have voluntarily i j j half of sections 3 and 4 of township 21, j jI :

Clerk. I.V.. Coleman....._................;. 10 00 given me such liberal contracts todo j
Deerhouad arrived home from her : Deputy i range 35 east and part of the Dele pine '
whether ,I II. Gullie.............. .......... -... 5 00) their business. If the latter, I respect- '
Key Wet trip on the 23rd, but ATTENTION REPUBLICANS.A I I Grant. :
Owe suitable diamond for hisgirt fully submit the following letter from of Election .
found a I Total am't recei\'ed.$101 95 i I Inspectors ,
front or not will probably not be Republican convention of Brevard There is still some money to be collected Mr Moran, which I have never had occa- '; SAM'L H. RAY, ED. L. BRADY. ,

known till later in the season. county will be held at Melbourne on I and expended, of which I will report sion to use before.JACKSONVILLE. I I D. L. GAULDEN; GEO. B. RCMPII.Jxo Ii IiI i

Nearly all the elected and appointed Friday. August 22nd, at 9 a. m. for the I I in due season. I enclose receipts for I' FLA., Feb. 23, 1539.CAPT. !). II. SAJS, Co., Sup''t. I IE Ir

county oficers have sent in their resignation purpose of electing two delegates to the I money paid out which I will leave in R. P. PADDISOX, I E :
Congressional Convention to be held at I DEAR SIR!-I learn with much regret I j We Can and Do
te the Governor on account of your possession for a reasonable length I !
( Ocala, August 28th, 1890. We would that have left the service of the 'Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir
loin appointing P. Lennon as county com- I recommend primaries: be held at each of time, and which are subject anyones you for it has been demonstrated to the

f.r.ioDer. In case the Governor should precinct on Saturday. August 16th% to inspection. Indian River Steamboat Co., for reasons: people of this country that it is superior

kindly accept their resignations and elect delegates to the above. convention. Thanking the public heartily for their unknown to me, but since you have. I to all other preparations for blood dftgeases. 1

wq&e-t the Democratic county executive Each precinct will be entitled to the following kind and liberal assistance in this pieceof take pleasure in stating that while you i I' It is a positive cure for sypbiliti% .
number of delegates: I I were with the Indian River SteamboatCo. j poisoning: Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim t

committee to name their successors, they LaGrange.......................-.......-..... 1 public improvement, amRespectfully and under direction for the last : ples. It purifies the whole system and i iI
would probably come to the conclusionthat City Point...................._...._.........- 2 my I j thoroughly builds up the constitution. \ t
tHY had simply jumped from the Eau Gallie......................._........... 3 G. M. MAGRCDER. three years, you filled the position of J For sale by Dixon, & Gray, druzist

frying'paa into the fire. It is said that Malabar...........-..............--............ Captain of our principal steamer, the,I 1
and of St. Lucie..............-........................ FROM SOUTH BREVARD. Rockledge. to the entire satisfaction oi NOTICE. I '
even the notaries public justices Fort Drum...._.._..............*............. 1 the Company, and by your politeness LAND OFFICE, G.ttN svIux. FLA.,\ ''I
the peace are included in the scheme. Geor 'aria................._...._.............. 1 FORT PIERCE, FLA., Aug. I, 1890. July 25th, 15i O. /
Canaveral ...........................-......... 1 Editor Florida Star : and attention to the wants of the tra" Notice is bereb\'"en. that the

SPECIAL TRAIN DELEGATES. Titusville.................._.-............... 6 We crackers down here are told public, popularized the line more named settler has filed notice of following-hU intention '
Rockledge..N... 5 poor than I believe any other captain of my'I to make: final proof in of hi.
The Florida Southern Railway will Melbourne.......- ..._._.......*...........-...... 4 that "slates" are very much in order acquaintance could have done. Havingno : claim, and that said proof support will be made
Sebastian....................................... 1 among you up-the-river aristocrats. Sow with the Indian .l before Jndge of circuit-court or in his absence -
connection Rive
ran a special train from Ocala to Bartow Eden................. ................-.......... 1 what is the matter with us of South r clerk of said court,at nt \"iUe,Fla.,
i ( on tile adjournment of the Ocala Con Narrows.............................-....-..... 1 Brevard that can't ba'e.a. slate tool I Steamboat Co., at present, of course ]I[ I on be pt. 16th, Is'jO< viz: Cornelias C. Cror
i Ttioa&g9it 14th. Parties holding Merrill's:..........................-............ 1 we cannot influence yon to remain wilt L nin, one of the heirs for the t'5t3teof Emory
J. T. & K. W. System excursion tickets Haulover........................................ 1 Surely we have a right to some small bits i that Company, but I can cheerfully say. t P. Cronin, deceased, of Wetheridsville,
.' J. T. BASSETT, of the pudding-and so here goes ., Md. lId. Xo. 17540 for the
R. W. GOODE, county that Lots 3,2&3,
in control of Com
this train that if I
l to Bartow, via Ocala, can use was pan,\ i
Secretary. Ch'rman Rep.Exc. for a claim. I name our old and valued section 5, township 22 south' of range 37 0 ,
I or ticket may be purchased at excursion Com. friend Aleck Bell, for Assessor; and not there is no man whom I would as soor L east and lot 1 or (west i of southeast J) sec j
rates from Florida Southern agent at see in command of its principal steamer,, tion 32, township 21, south of range 37 east. p 1
. Worth Living? be selfish but to give other sections a.
Is to IIe
j Ocala, allowing five days for return. or in charge of all its steamers,yourself,. names the following -witnesses to
chance how about Preston :\!clil1anfor his continuous and +' I ,
world prove
through the a residence
Not if eo mak upon
Tim for special train will you This statement X. cheerfully
arrangement Dr. .A ker's Dyspepsia Tablets Collector? Some one else from tb.u I cultivation of. said land, viz: C.P. Honeywell r.
aYe delegates one day's time, and in- for the worst forms of fill without any request to'do so by you an': Arthur Franklin,George 31 Quarter- t
positive cure to I
are a section might suggest names up
Hirw their reaching Bartow within two Indigestion Flatulency and you are entirely at liberty to show-it to man Orlando A Quarterman, all of Canaveral
boars adjourn Dyspepsia, Guaranteed and sold by the ticket, and then rah for South Bre any one whom you please. Yours truly, Florida.
after the Ocala ConTention
Constipation. drngasts1 vard and its slate. A CRACKER.: M. R. MoRA Gen. Sup't. 1 Xo. 16. ALEX. LYSCH, Eesi>t l.seas 1
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6 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY! AUG. 7,. 1890.< ..' : '

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scarcely a Chinese house 9,1 in the- districtof BROWN'S IRON BITTERS N otlce. I o. oHardware\ .E :ECTOR,

1\ Teluk Ayer street where one or more cures?Indigestion, Biliousness, Dyspepsia,Malaria -In Circuit Court for Dade County and

is not suffering from the disease The ,Nervousness,and General Debility. :Physi- State of Florida.-Chancery. I and
EI it. All dealers sell it. Genuine
Free Press stated that half of the Chinese has cians trade recommend mark and crossed red lines wrapper. Rufus K. Sewall et. .aP .

r coolies at Tanjong Pagar were down vs Bill for Partition. ,General
with the disease and there was some dif- John J. Hedrick and Produce

ficulty in dispatching vessels, but this Happy Iffoosiers.Win. I Remade Seqni and ,

ROUND TrfC WORLD.The seems to have been an exaggeration, as .TImmons. Postmaster of Idaville, Dionesia Sequi his wife Order for MERCHANT.

I in the following issue the paper says: Ind.. writes : "Electric Bitter has done i and tneir heirs assigns Iu bl iration."hereas Melbourne Florida

Wanderings of an aged Persian In "We are informed that although thereis more for me than all other medicines j I '\ it appears by the bill qf complaint -

Search o'f III Brother. some sickness among the coolies at combined for that bad feeling arising |I filed in the above entitled cause that

On the steamer Belgic, which sailed Tanjong Pagar, it does not prevail to from Kidney and Liver trouble." John | all of the defendants therein are unknown, HODGSMBROS
Leslie fanner and stockman of same and their residences unknown.
Francisco Jan. 14 1890 for I issue of {
from San on the extent mentioned in our yesterday -
place says : "Find Electric Bitters to be And whereas it appears further that said ,
Kong was a paralyzed, decrepit I and the effective force availablecan
: and Liver medicine,
the best Kidney bill is:: filed for the purpose of effecting a
and emaciated man whose name is overtake all the ordinary work of made me f..t'llike a IIman."' Jv W. a partition of the Samuel Miles Grant,con- General Merchants

Chaakel Halevy. He is a native of Bag- the place." Gardner hardware merchant: same taining sixteen thousand acres, situated in ,

dad, Persia, and is about 52 years old, town says: "Electric Bitters is just the I said County in township :? and 3D south

but, through illness, privation and ill A Comfortable Reflection. thing for a man who is all run down and and ranges 41 and 42 east,sometimes known Eau Gallie Florida.

usage, he might pass anywhere tor 70. ihs don't' care whether lie live or dies; he and designated as the "John M. Hansen .

He knows only the Persian Hebrew- Ianjroage. !: found new ftre.igtli. good appetite) and Grant," described by metes and bounds as c

In his wallet he had $40 of American | felt jnct like he )hail a new leer on life. follows: Beginning at a point on the west INDIAN RIVER.

money and a tteerage passage ticket Only 50c. :i bottle at Dixon & Grey's bank of Indian river for the northeast!

to Hong Kong. In his inner pocket were Drug Store. corner thereof and the southeast corner to Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by t the

letters signed by Rabbi Aaron Messing, '! II I fractional section 12, township 3S south

of the congregation Beth-Israel, of San' FOR TilE BLOOD, I IL' range 41 east, said point being, marked Day, Week or Month
Weakness, Malaria, Indigestion and : with a light wood post 4 feet high and o _
all benevolent
Francisco addressed openly to -
i, Biliousness, takeBUOWN'S inches marked B. C. I. J. II. on
Hebrews between San Francisco IRON BITTERS.It I square
For sale by all dealers In south side and S. 12. on the north side from !
cures quickly. Drugs Drugs s1!
and Persian lands, and vouchsafingthe medicine. Get the genuine.Remarkable which a pine marked X II bears south 10 Drugs

bearer to be a worthy object for west 281 links and a pine stump bears

charity. Halevy has a queer history. Rescue. north 52, west 107 links distant ; thence

About two years ago, in Bagdad, he south t'.G west along the north line of this A Fine Assortment of

\vas stricken with paralysis, and then decided -' Mrs. Michael Curtain. Plaiutield. III., j survey by mile posts duly marked in said nnTC; ,
where lived his makes the statement that she; caught j the St. Lucie river north and
to go to Bombay, / I survey across PATENT MEDICINES
brother, who had amassed a fortune. (' cold which settled on her lung; she j south;branches nine miles to a light wood ;$,

He traveled on crutches, living on charity : Rev. Brother Judkins-Well, r Aunt was treated for a month by lie her told family hershe i I post) 4 feet high, 4 inches square marked SYRINGES,

but in Bombay he was told his brother Sally, we's gittin' pooty old, yo' an' I is; physician was a, but hopeless grew victim wor*e.of consumptionand I J. II. on its southeast face for northwest STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILETARTICLES
said thence south 2-10
had gone to Hong Kong, where he hey to be tinkin'soon 'bout leavin'dishyar that no medicine could cure her. corner to survey ;

learned that he had settled in Yokohama. worl'. Her druggist sllgt: ,*tt'tl Dr. King's NewDNeovery east f long the west line to this survey II three Kept constantly on liaiul.Physicians' ).
miles: to light ood post marked on
Thither he went to find his brother Aunt who tenaciously to for she Procriptions
only Sally ( clings Consumption ; bought northeast face and three notches on northwest carefully
ruined, and as poor as he. He then de- :, life) -Don' know 'bout dat, br'er-don' :i bottle and to her delight found )herselt angle thence north 06 eat along compounded at all hour

cided to return to Bagdad by way of I know 'bout dat; Tse noticed dat plenty beneJittotl from first do e. She continued I south line of this survey nine miles to a 'J. B. SCREVEN Druggist,

San Francisco, where he arrived in the sight mo' young folks die dan ol' ones!- its muse sail after taking; ten bottles ma.stic post ."> feet high .i in. square marked TITUSVILLE FLA.
found herself 'sound and well, does
middle of August. He made himself Harper's Bazar. now II on north face on west bank of Indian ----------- ----
her house work and is \\cllns --
own a*
known to some kind hearted Hebrews river for southeast corner of said survey
she Free trial bottles of this
ever was.
who aided him, and were much alarmed ;( To he Ladies. drent Discovery at Dixon &; Grey'sDrug and corner of fractional section 19! ; thenl'"cnorth EDGAR HOUSE,
when he disappeared. Rabbi Mes- : 25 west along the meander of the
Store. Large bottles Joe( and $i.
sing interested himself in the case ( Those whose systems are poisoned antI west bank of Indian and St. Lucie river, Close fo Indian Uh'r Inlet.
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whose blood is in an impure condition from which forms the eastern! boundary the
and found he had been arrested. Mischievous FORT PIERCE FLORIDA.Fish
the absorption of impure matter due to At.vlr to]Iotl er main portion of said survey, three miles to
had stolen liis, crutches )! WnrsLow'saooTHisGftTucpshonldal
boys rp. :
him the menstrual irregularities, followed by the be used when children are cutting teeth. It ways re- first mentioned hounds thereof in form a Oyster and Game bv the
leaving helpless.Yun police sickly look, lost! color and general wreck of lieves the little suffereratouce; itproducesnatural, parallelogram nine miles long and three Millions. Boats Wagons anti t
man approached him Halevy, as is the the system, are peculiarly benefited by the quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes "bright miles wide, between complainant and the Buggies -
I as a button." It is pleasant to taste. It to take] Tourists hunting
custom in Persia with medicants solicit-(! wonderful tonic and blood cleansing pro- soothes the chiLi.gotteiisthegums.all.iysallpain very above mentioned defendants. or

ing charity, threw himself forward to perties of P. P. P.-1'ricklvAsh,Poke Hoot regulates the bo 'and is the best known remedy It i is therefore ordered that the above fishing. Good Road<< from hereto

kiss the officer's hands or feet. Heseized and Potassium.: for diarrhoea, whether nrismar from teething or named defendants amid/all persons claim- the Gulf Coast.I .
othercuuses. bottle.
Twenty-five cenU a
the oliceinan's hand and the offi- ing by, through or under them, do appear have Lots and Houses to sell in

cer, thinking he intended to bite, struck DR. J. II. McLean's Chill* and Fever LADIES and answer said bill at the Clerk's office Edgar Town. Call Address
lain several times with his club. Cure is a specific for chills and fever, mild Nee
He was sent to the almshouse and was in its action and warranted a certain cure. v- BROWN'S up,should IRON take BITTERS. Monday in September, A. D. 1890/ or said A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor.

then taken before the insanity commissioners 50 cents. It Is pleasant to take, cures :Malaria Indigestion Lill will be taken as confessed.
and was adjudged a lunatic. At ( ,and Biliousness. All dealers keep it.Notice It is further ordered that notice of this
I order be for the of
the Insane asylum his beard was shaved De Witt's Colic and Cholera CureIs published weekly space ..
sixty days a newspaper -
is mortification to always safe and always sure. I
ffffwhich a severe of Incorporation.Notice published! in Titusville in the ad- NEAT AND PROMPT.
We recommend it-Pi son & Gray.
Persian Hebrews. So much did he feel of Brevard there
joining County being nonewspaper
lis shame that he tried to starve himselfto is hereby given that the undersigned published in Dade ('onnt ".
Many suffer from irritation of the Kidneys
death, and was strapped down and and bladder without what is- persons have formed a company for Ordered Chambers in DeLand, Florida,
milk and bread was forced down his the of maintaining and this 27th day of June, A. D. 1890.
! purpose) operating
the matted with them. 1>U. J. ]I. )lc- -FOR-
throat. Whenever of the attendants in JOHN D. BROOME.
r any Lean's Liver and Kidney Balm will give for public use the conveyance of persons
approached him he would attempt to relief. and property. ,a railroad already constructed Judge Circuit Court 7th Circuit of Florida.I .

kiss their hands or feet: and they, as the from Jupiter, on the Indian River,to Juno, certify that the foregoing is a true copy

case with the policeman, feared he was De Witt's Little Early Kiscrs. Only el1 Lake's ortli, both in Dade county, Flor- of the order of publication made in this
about to attack them and beat him un : pill to secure Sick IIead- che and regulate ilIa. The name of the company is "Jupitert case. JOB PRINTING

mercifully. When found by Rabbi Messing -i the bowels. Sold by Dixon & Gray. Lake Worth Railway (Company." The i Juno, Dade Co., Fla. June, ]890.I .

he was in a filthy cell ip the asylum j length of said railroad is about eight miles, I ALBEIT F. QCIMBY,clerk circuit court.A. ,
and the name of the county through or into E. Ileyser, Att'y for complainant.
and his body was a mass of bruises and DK. J. II. McLean's Strengthening Cordial I
which it is made i* Dade county. The
contusions. The rabbi secured his release -1 and Blood Purifier, by its vitalizing of
capital stock the consists of NOTICE.
1 company
and soon secured enough money to properties, will brighten pale cheeks, and -SUCH ASLETTERHEADS -
.00 shares of $100 each $50,000 in
or In Circuit Court the 7th Judicial Cir-
transform a pale haggard dispirited of
.send the poor fellow home.-Montreal wo- all. The undersigned its first
Star. :, men into one of sparkling health and compose cuit of the State of Florida, Brevard
Hoard of Directors.
j! beauty. county, A. D. 1890.-In Chancery: .

The Biggest Fee liver Paid a Physician. J II. PARROTT, Jacksonville. Fla. LEWIS D. LOCKWOOD, ,
"Dr. Charles T. Parkes. a North Side De Witt's Little Early IUo el'8. Best n. J ZEn n.\1En, Palatka, Fla. is j hill" to dissolve

physician, has received a fee which is little pill for Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, T. M. Ju.JacksonvilleFla. VAN NOUDEN LOCK WOOD. J 1 artnl'rshrl'.
Bad Breath. Sold bv Dixon & Giav.j *
believed to be the largest ever paid to j| _._* r Titusville: Fla. June 2Gth, Ib'JO.Nolice. JOda" It appearing from the Bill filed in this AOTE-HEADS,

any physician in this country. And hedidn't cause: that the Respondent, Van Norden
\ There are many accidents and diseases
Lockwood, was formerly a resident of Melbourne -
seek it, either. The gentlemanwho
,, which affect stock and cause serious inconvenience .
Brevard Florida but that HILL-lIiUS,
county ,
made this statement continued: '
and loss to the farmer in his
:'Dr. Parkes. addition to his practice -i 1 work, which may be quickly remedied by In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial his present unnknown place of abode is to Complainant -
and said
is a lecturer in one of the medical the use of DR. J. II McLean's Volcanic Circuit of Florida, in and fur Brevard is that Respondent -

schools of this city. His time is, there- 1: Oil Liniment.No County, A. J). 181)0.) -In Chancery.JOSEPH It is over therefore twenty-one ordered years that: the said STATEMENTS,

fore, very much occupied. A few weeks F. CHASK Respondent, do plead, answer or demur to
.ago he received a message from San I Griping, no Nausea, no Pain when vs )> Divorce. Complainant's said Bill of Complaint on

Francisco asking if he could go there to De Witt's Little Early Risers are taken. LIKBIE A. CHASE, j or before the 18th day of August, A. D. CIRCULARS,

an important case. The patient is a ladyof I Small pill, Safe pill, "Best pill. We sell 1890, or the said Bill will be taken as' con-

wealth. The disease, cancer on the them-Dixon & Gray. It appearing from the affidavit of the fessed. It is further ordered that a copy
Complainant herein filed that the Defendant hereof be week fur fourconsecutive (:'OLD ERS
face. Dr. Parkes replied that he could once a ,
Sick headache is the bane of lives
many ; Libbie A. Chase, resides beyond the
weeks in the FLORIDA STAR
not his duties without a
go. mentioning to and this annoying
cure prevent jurisdiction of this honorable Court, that
I published in said
great bacrifice. This reply prompted another DR. J. McLean's Little Liver newspaper county.
plaint use she is the of
over and
age twenty-one years Witness the Honorable John I). Broome
Dle sago to him, in which he was and Kidney Pillets. They are agreeable a resident of the United States of America, Judge of said Court well A. A. ,
asked to his Not to to take and gentle in their action. as as i
name price. caring and that she is believed by Complainant to Stewart, clerk of said Court, and the seal tI'ILOGR.t31MES

go he sent a reply to this to the effect I be now a resident of Denver in the Stateof of said Court, at the Court House in Titns-
that nothing leas than $10,000 would De Witt's Little Early Risers. Best Colorado.It ..
ville, this the 14th day of July, A.I). l&UO.
cause him to make the trip. With this'. Liver Pill ever made. Cure Constipation is ordered that the Defendant do A. A. SnWAUT. \ .

he dismissed the subject from his mind I every time. None equal. Use them now. plead, answer or demur to said Bill on or Clerk of County Court

"On the following day he received another -, To inflammation heal before the Rule day in November 1890, at JONES & ATKINSON, STREAMERS,
allay painssubdue ,
This to the effect, which time a hearing i is ordered on the Complainants Solicitors.
message. was foul sores and ulcers, the most prompt and [SEAL ]
that he would be paid $1,000 down and satisfactory results ,are obtained by using facts charged in said lUll.I .
t is further ordered that a of this
$1,000 per day and expenses as long as I that old reliable remedy, DR. J. II. Mc Order I be published once a week copy for the Notice. ,. DODGERS, ,
the under hiscare.. The Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. .
patient was I : space ol tour months, consecutively, in the In Circuit Court for he 7th Judicial Cir-

call was urgent. He went, and was gone FLORIDA STAR, a public newspaper, pub- cuit of Florida, in and for Brevardcounty.
twenty-five days. He has returned s I There is one medicine that will cure im lished in Titusville,County of Brevard and A. D. 1890.-In Chancery. BUSINESS CARDS,
patient accompanying him. So there is mediately. We rerer to De Witt's Colic of '
Florida W.
State next prior to the Rule Jonx CURTIS, ) r
a fee of $'',000 and all expenses. Thinkof and Cholera Cure for all summer com- day of November, A. D. 1890. vs. V Bill for divorce.

the effort and sacrifice of that wo- }failure.)laint!'. We No delay sell it-Dixon, no disappointment& no At Chambers, De Land, this 9th day of SUSAN W. CURTIS. J WEDDING CARDS, .

man to regain her health. What is it Gray. July, 1SOO.' JOHN D. BROOME, Whereas it appears by the bill of complainant -

that one will not give in exchange for For physical ailments, especially those Judge of Circuit Court. tiled in the above entitled cause

health? And yet how little we appre- incident to declining years, there is no remedy sworn to by the complainant that the VISITING CARDS,

ciate the gift when it is in our posses- that produces such satisfactory results Notice. said defendant, Susan \V. Curtis, resides

sion."Chicago Tribune.A as DR. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm, without the State of Florida, and that
its genial and invigorating efftct: on Liver In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial she is over the age of twenty-one years. *

Duchess Home. and Kidneys is remarkable. Circuit of the State of Florida, Dade and that the place of the"residence of SEND YOUR ORDERS .
defendant is unknown, and that said bill)
County, A. D. 1890.U. .
It is expected that the Duchess de
:: is filed
Mysterious Disappearance.Mrs. for the purpose of procuring a

Montspensier will make San Lucar her John A. Clarke was a great sufferer D. HEXDRICKSOX, Attachment, a decree of divorce between the complainant -

principal residence. Her chateau, whichis from Indigestion and Sick Head-ache. She vs } amount sworn to and defendant. It is, therefore,

crammed with valuable objects of art, left her home last Saturday to buy a bottle ALBERT M. FIELD. S253.78. ordered that the said defendant SusanW. ....-TO THEFLOEIDA -

and sumptuously furnished, stands in of De Witt's Little Early Risers, took a To the Defendant and all other persons Curtis, do appear and answer said

exquisite gardens, with fountains, lakes, dose, and her head-ache disappeared as interested : bill at the Clerk's office in Titusville,

temples and waterfalls, and beyond is a mysteriously as it cam e. Try them. Dixon You are hereby notified that a writ of in Brevard county Florida on or before I I
vast and richly wooded park, which is & Gray: attachment has been issued against you the 7th day of October, A. D. 1890. or

bordered by the Guadalquiver. The Due and your property attached to satisfy"the said bill will be taken against said defendant STARI I
de Montspensier's home farm is one of If you are suffering with weak or ilflamedey demand of the Plaintiff above set forth. as .
(>s, or granulated eyelids can be is further ordered<< that the notice of
you And
the largest and most perfect in Spain. now unless yon shall appear befqre
this order be
quickly cured by using! DR.J. II. McLean's the Judge of said Court the CourtHouse published weekly for the
our at
San Lucar, which is one of the most pic-
of three months in the FLORIDASTAR
Salve. 25; cts., box.We space
in Juno in said of Dade
turesque towns in Andalusia, stands on County on a newspaper published in Titus
the of the and the or before the 3rd day November, A. D.
estuary Guadalquiver, ville. Brevard<< county/Florida.-
surrounding country is very beautiful. I rcommend De Witt's Colic and 1890, the same being Rule day, and pleador Ordered at Chambersin DfcLswd.Fla., ,
Cholera Cure because' believe it safe demur to the declaration of Plaintiff
we a .
The town contains the palace of the day of July. A. D. 1890.
and reliable remedy. Its good effects are herein filed, judgment will be rendered JOHN D. Biickleii'g Arnica Salve.
Duke of Medina-Sidonia, a very fine old in of Cholera Morbu against default and BROOME
shown at by
once cases
church and a number of convents. Columbus sold you your property Judge of the Circuit Court, Seventh THE BEST LYE in the world for Cuts,
and similar complaints. Dixon & Gray. to the debt. .
pay Judicial Circuit of Florida.
Bruises Sores. Ulcers Salt Khetira. Fe-
sailed from San Lucar when he Witness the Honorable John D Broome,
I certify that the foiegoingisa i true Hands. Chilblains
ver Sores. Tetter Chapped <<
started on his third voyage to Americain Ladies who of weakness Judge of said Court as well as Albert F. of the order of
experience a sense copy publication made i Corns and all Skin Eruption
1498.-London World. and sometimes lameness of the back Quimby, clerk of said Court, and the seal this case.! S and positively cures Piles or no pay re-
t J. II. McLean's of said Court, this the 18th day oi Titusville Fla.. 3rd.
should use DR. Strengthening July 1S90. quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
"LA Grippe" In Singapore. Cordial and Blood Purifier, it will July, A. D. 1*!IO. A. A. STEWART Cl<*rk. satisfaction, or money refunded. Price

Influenza is spreading rapidly at Singapore supply the ranch needed strength and overcome J I ALBERT F. QCIMBY D. L. GAULUEN. 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &

The ,Straits Times says there is all weakening irregularities. [REAL] clerk of the circuit court' Solicitor for.Compl llnallt. 11-13t Grey.. 1019.

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Steaafcp: of tin Line are :appouHed: to sail a. follows : !
sire boys ail iff orz. a e. rfbbecg asal!l cl31!:. 'T4. ( cin.
glows, anal it ado fca-res bs- soc-!i foi al'jcacr s plaster*. LK e ir: purely Ne'York tQJackson : e. Jacksonville to Xe\r Tork.

pocket may wisck I arrV aH giriioogfat E st"rtabie 121: ha.-stir Fklk e in.taat-
Pier H>
: E. River.
to kare." l and never fill t,,) 'lre. t S-TE.OIEK.
... Tu Miajr July ). at 3 p m.._.. YEMA. EESusdaj, \ug- 3, 3t' ama
"Ok. if TOB look as it ss. a: .J;. .'. FL "l".L !' t as.Ski :. = '
Friday AB d, at 3 p m..CHE.ROKE.E..Thu..- Jt' 7"t ** 9 ni jJ
said X?s. Wary g V etlus 3 r ari. c : !b:I.y .ir:rr>cS' '"*r 3:.- i.I ..i "'-wtipt ofBICH12I3S Te> ay. *- -at3pai .....EMINOLE_.._.. jJutbLtj, "lOt 3: li asvn

and then yew spend tSrfr. fir tom'" ::4:_ UT Gatk21'D' & Friday6, 3t 3 P m-IIl'k}lIS.......-Thar-Jar, 14. at 5 pm ,

"NoCatalL itafeel do1* r owning .. B.-r. r!. }Tar. JI< i iy. 11. as 3 p m...... YOI -E.E. ...._.Saadar, .* ITat :> :am ,
and I Had that air kato l l Illy Weddty, w. 13, as 3 p m '.....CHERr'IEE..Tiedav. 1!?: at <> :a m ;, ,,- : .' .-.... ,'. '
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shop with jwigseEt aad IC.:. CsE'.EST FROM MAKEFI Friday.Monday. '"' I->tU 3 p m .._...4EMIN'LE..Thu'.da;".t _1. at 7 :asa :":- o I'

Bdec.. the kuc: riedg that sfeepaid :s 6Q' : IS, ax 3 p EI .....DELAWAEE.. aoday, 21, at 1* :aat .- 1 ....

givw her a proper ambit. Friday '4 *, at 3 p m ..._.YEM \SSEE..._TharM day. Sa: i : i! : ,tb1scri3 oCII msca'ser. % iIsad
in her wdl tae ate ,
prate labor as as : mate fats n-ev ,n.; s e: :as. : iek>swas
GZORGIA.rvnt'to IIndty 3 ...... HEROKEE..._< 31.:1t ,0 -
to stsjable way.1* DAX.TOX 23. at p m C aadsy. ; 3. m .>Jwnb estZzd,"""r ,..'11..1tc .s erfv+r.WsrtnGy. .
in a
we money \\e4iie. by.' 27. at 3 p m .......EMINt'LE.-TueLay. apt. _* at o :a m c,.a.t a.Jrk _. .,.."...i
wooid Hire the ;:\.0.?. SATES, .. .. .
"I afraid Lucy HOC .. .., ,
am .
.f tan Tr :0 T" ''II' y'5:-at kof .rit
t Frl\UY. -J. at 3 p m ...._.PELEW'RE..rQul.:d.l!. 4. :a: ? :a m : '
idea," said Xrs. Warasndi a d..ul.t-: IROF.I -t '"-": : :::ST1NGS tact E-d w '1'\'Pr::: :11 -:t.. ,'rrtr'M attiurbntt at__
shunt "i'.t FLI'1.f: 'ii.
fat shake of Mr head.- i :rut 5: wiw/St STAIRSCoTEE' .1..l rs.- .-\RbH Jt'.tR co.,
"I shocld think sin woeld,' at ST. JOHNS RIVER SERVICE 3.Pats wan:c,; F3. "H.. X T ,

Mrs. Howard. wEvery girl Ekes so fo- Cast Columns, fCC ,

independent, and tf she inows hat ACS- L4Ul1 Sills Etc

Ma earned the 1J1iJDeY in 3Er jwrs % twill Sanford! Enterprise & intermediate points on St. Johns Riier.

spend it wia ely. Of coarse sfifc arJI ?O'I.Jtlli1s.TMDE
an11 look to you for d. ssoi aDd SAVMILLS tl The elecrant in r -i.ivwheeltcaai<-r. 1 tV I I JacksonviT.?." Capt. ''t'. _\. 5-haw. b r -

and shoes bo in time you ca&iacra BEST app)ino-ti to ail r.l".m the f xt of Laura !Mrwt. J:1ek.o.Q: ilIe. Suctiays Tuesdays :and

Thar* iav- at .) .>.' m. .
her weekly wads l she can Lr' SNOUT! : p
everything able sue B a cJ r tl1a: HEW f tnrninz;, la.- Mnfonl Mondays. Wednesday :and Fridays at 9 a. a:.

will have to do so aayhow earl:! :=. mEt r. EGr.S.IAC Tra c wu.z r'. 5 So Un* I;rea, News Tort: JO1X L. HOW3 1L F.i. Frt. A,*t..
you ..'..e fir r+i-ctares ant Laart.. Ja.uony4Iot. J. A. !, .-Lam ?apt Lkara?t.. JAC;:socTilfe
eo doing you can at the -mini' tam: zam.catethe :-
kaowkd e drat want as dotn her WR1 ; Prict1 or anythiz : For Tickets and Pa.-enter Informs: :k c, call OB t13t, NEW T0EK CIr
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Mr. \ R. EawtettCeu ; t.r PAn "T4..L.1."E
duty TnH Livery i ;:n yea need in >L IBOJOrOXOES. .J-.. Fli Pus. A "est' Bay ;t.actirnvt le. 1r' .
as a daughter, ETT L aN
your SMMKJ e.tie at'D: :n.ry aaa
nO.n.I-. CIADE JL C0_ General A ent*. li wuth 1Th.arttf. rhitadetrhla : 3. BotrF : .. .
well lead it iy.S TerT mtl'Ch ]t ".d at : 'stir; tat
speat KETAL, W: can : :Fri line; Green New \ork.MALLORY'S ... ..
hu ttt e nvr! II ye: tyC R a1' 'e 1 3.y ear+jwt
"It doei'Tb'c a rea* ais,'* said Xn.Warner via .. ,. aft .
-- --------- elf tot7.1..o.e. as r 'W 4.P. : u ra
Be 1:0 r= :'!!edGt 2i paJu.; ...
ahe an.1 vJl: \g'1: It.
ad roe to try
SSear... I- ,i :1 .ra.te.
ar "L"'I r$ "
tfct with L. & .Jdi l NEW
cy. ltqi.Jadasz i:U"-J u t: ?l'l.rn.L '-:: '" !
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PuabiMr-<:M. bT I ...&pra..a.jos ..- p&M:.: New York, Philadelphia, Boston & Florida.

...... iii t.o :'QPssR.a, WW6 41 .,..;.*r.**a fceeaaa* tfc*y IH: itjj
Mr. S/y4. Ka., Efl'rj, THURSDAYi lrliIUCSTt"St3..ud
with 0i8IIIIIP lrsrtttti ,a7errtaa .n St'W Twit aM dirertrr ('tnetl
.....t a# s.qr AI rusts.. ""., 7...b. 'tk. IA'a. heka4 Entry at o p. m.IEOS .
.-Wen, JM look M if jwi w re atik ... of 111'. I'. po ...1 him a.d was
bend.-B6isiuea Cow p1.* l M .., P P f' a+ rarsi m a Cl1l>. STZA3IZBS-
r t< a**. and ....... rt u ah rAU TKaI t..bln d Tnde-Xarks oHitned.aad i.:Pit
Save aataaa.4 treat t>w aaq.facterj Cusnbttstra Rio Grande, ers ta :nee coo&xcted Cor Matfent FHs.
A m': w.u. r.r.ajt.t p i iCapL OUr Once is Oopcsftt u.$.Patent Cc.
Blsstek b"e.K.fas.raer ; sad ta less tae tUB Utw
raalwar dryad tt t'jf ;i1yur.ab we caa secure patent :

(lo JIll Iff It. ia Ib iMvo of ....Namur. .,... IS apffiof.aCl'gay a J *tyS f. 1t'Ul; .eO State of Texas I remote Nul! modet.from Wa tsawin d15Etoa.or pbota.will tltct
: tr. wa.t :r t ;
coar., k ...a. seal--tic dub by a d"H .a Yta .M &r&a p'Y.it1I'tdI ec
tiQu. We adri e. If pateatab e u ant.fault
ia ... pVto -c wsftrrat........".,. scyz stalaPL that di't1.nraaa. Boo 1'1'"t' C..IJiwdIII :.. J Cart Wttia& j car *. Oar fee not do*tHI pat aC K t.e .......
.. bT rttssatsrs. A >air Mat"Hour ti>Obtain Psestfiotraaea
.1 t-oa, ,___ 1h t.v. rat tA to 5w York a.d they !
llvmaesr4 City or San Antonio ofir ul clieatj la j ocr ,cwt&trc
/ s.x kfia ur! u ran ae+lapbv
'tv- ....-H c asi tfcacW amiaC. to P P I' t.u town sest tnt. Address.C.A.SNOW&CO.. .
....diM t 4t uA A aoszwat waienBiv
MlmiH ft.-13aryr .1 I aaz1TS _24, ba.a a.w di tea.P. .. Cart !
I Ie" sPaseeti .
P. P N i.r.s.w..pIty iJs* to the Sonto frt m *.:.&;.wz r. lad Et Cp*=t poi t*. :arnnr?ta:: Jsekcnviiie from J.T. :. P.C.
Patent Met.WzshiBgtaa.
6wu yuft"It sad waaer"a1. cares u the peat a A. w. e.&l.'In!. tntkr 'e:<)L.: !:toa with taaectattsatt aiwrtooa trivia for Femiadica sad ::eaz=ers ft Oyoos.l
OF SCIENCC.S t4).wl partfr t.f tU &I. wTer.t.ed.r..e: XOTICC

*.i* m. t".I.Ul fl"o.u ;+.:k:-aunTa eel sec::; with ..1er it Fercac.ixu.STTAMERS. .
al. >mak a !>' **illa ;g mi of kbatpr. p. 4 I* hereby jrfren that *ix ins after

Tlos is the hotter MM! and not Blood Poison. Ii Leare New York. Leave FananJ u. the tirst puWicau" 'tf thU B4k I will }

tile liar .... Friday, Mar 3),.......____..._.RIO GRANDE .__.._....._Thursday, Jane 5 I present my anal account sill pply te-

Codfiah fullow'sM doe of Mb Friday, June 6,._...._._....STATE OF TEXAS,._............_Thursday, *. 12 I the County Jodge of Fade Cbuatr for
aa g Prmsrt tficn ar? std Tcrtary :ybilil, dlMr" Friday 13........---...... RIO GRANDE-....._._.....Thursday, u 19 I final tIL charge a adrai,+trat r ef
down Wed asd tirana my
it until they rack tie water smd r rat, (,tz*,.1-*>>. ka: t"fCcuaty. bade 3

.which place aslotda tlbe. a* *s *0 &tTVre qua fUaC yr rt" P P it cf t* t .catea are in Friday, 27,.........._........_. .._RIO GRANDE.___..._...._Thursday, July 3Friday 'I Florida, deceased.UEINTUCH. .

'-diac cro-L "" &u ta.v w t:. sT" a tUH di esati .un s3ctlaetud' July 4,.__.._._.._.....STATE OF TEXAS,.._..............Thar-day, 10 11.\Its.'f

is said to be eaa>.fc dal nave ra.'hd. Friday, 11,_.___... _......RIO GRANDE.-........._....Thursday, u 17 t March 2), 1590.dmilllitnt&r

..... had ia Flocida to ******* Kali Friday, IS.......................TATE OF TEXAS, ...............ThuNsy.t. ., .

the entire qsausttty fill ss.par JUJIM! .' 1 ictk Rheumatism Friday, '' 25............................ RIO GR.VNDE, ................. Thursday t" 31

United Staits For General tntorCtsnan.1.apiy 1L CTTLER to Gel Fuse. AsEt west Bay street. Ja.bonus e. TI,. : :

Tbote who adwiea4 aQ r.&irii fati. G 1L HTBBTu Agent foot of Outre: Itrftt. Fertaz:diaa. r....

& isi '-V-raqM; fiat on* Jtt- I!>*Sa>.uta ltstaTy U.,escrnrsstatt g"'It. 8datiC.Farina and are it1 cured kmP'd by dta..w the: C. H. MALLORY 4 CO., General Ageats, Pier 20, E. R., 5. Y. l I

ear ass 4 f every S..T_ laU acntdn to, .s54.vt.a t.wAkr.ata pmrtte c1P. P. P.
the: pnse&t+ pew M aWJaf.Jy nswle. tJ"rfdl1 ATt. !'r.b &tI.t 3APotsaantrs.l) FINE SHOW GASES.

Ia some ftatIt ..... 34ie A FINE SHOW GASES Q-Ask&r catalogue. i

? W fired baa / 36uim gun,: ;e Catarrh I .! TERRY M'FG CO..NAs iytueTitnrn. .1

.... ... .. -.. .
wiieh was rrsiaHii a Try higk teat cfaatarial I ;;; ;;;> ';;; ; Notice. .I.II

etrak>s..i(. ar:: of she Ori--<--te-t--.-in.- -!JGGA.UiiC P.P.P. fur'.nthebWAaAcI I _- Also Wail and Prescription tomes Cedar Six months after datehm>f Irrillapplyto !

i Uta r-r"ett.I narrlLLIPPJUS : Chests Barber Furniture.Jewelry Trays I Hon. Minor S. Jones, county' jadge of

A. Gees ku 1I as app SoU jtCTntter BEAM*of P..P. P. i and Stools. Cabinet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores xand Erevan county, Fix, for final 'eulewent

for locdfi sidewiie Ae awtl1 IB front of I !; vpp '. Block..m&h,Ga.I i Buks. Catalogue free.. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO. Atlanta, Ga. and discharge as s.lmiuist1'3tOl'the Late I I
fut I R. W.3IcBnde derea.etl late of ...
going shiw by of it&am of Henry ,

j baa a some .sdr the water at the, I I PIONEER COOPERAGE t Egyptian Queen, Bipley, Black dt White A tic is ether fancy Pine Slips 4 Suckers.Yunarr' Rrerard county, Florida All j heron owe- '

boss Ufe4 10"Task*and ETerytbiisz In the 1000. Order r ing the estate are hereby nolitiwl to crane
I Ectabf ripeness. Improved and Ho/man's Seedling, $4.OOper early. forward and settle. All holdiejc claims i
I 1*a single day 75,( 0 IUd were cas gtt. 1 CcopcnJIC s. Third Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate. 1 against said estate will present them properly j

j Ia die Delaware river.4 a resolt of tbs ; WHfI-WIiiitmi BlaclssitMii all!RePairlll ISDIAS Rim BRAXD, manufactured by an old firm, the Daridge Fertilizer GJ. authenticated for settlement. :

i I hating jar aM .a J.r aacei. There Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton seed Meal etc., and Mapes and Melbourne, Fh-, June th1UfQ.I '

4 hu ME. a ratW lweaie isC uameTh I a SpecMtr Uaridee's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue. fCHAS..T. uclszibr.Adminiatrstor. .

} sri.g tie past three years.aeu Tom Johnson, laGrange,F1'. JOKN B. BEACH Indian Riser Nurseries, Melboarne, Fla. .



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MELBOURNE MENTION.- farming and gardening; his last illness ,Large Invoice of

continuing four or five weeks, resultedin ftOYfwswucHr 4, .
an abcess on the liver which"caused


VICINITY ing family accompanied his remains to tlratt ,

Romney, West Va., where on the 22nd
Placed Pointed Paragraphs for the"Read- his was laid to rest with his ancestors.We F I #, .COODS TRUNKS

er'a Perual. sympathize profoundly) with the

,1 stricken family in their great affliction .
Numerous diowere. delightful and mourn with them the loss of a dear JUST :R.EcEIVED AT

breezes. ,
t friend. :Mr. Clayton was an earnest .
The Florence is out at B. Aliens' wait- .
Christian, kind and considerate, to all, "THE BAZAAR"Umbrella
ing for a new mast. .
his continuous efforts, to do something

It in wonderful that we have so very for their benefit, or to make life more

few mosquitoes after so much rain. pleasant endeared him to a large circle covers of every quality, from a good gingham to the finest silk, to .
fit frame. Bring in your old frames, we can cover them in twenty minutes.
is Mr. live in
Commodore Burgin's sloop on of friends; long may his memory POWDERAbsolutely

Gibl/8 ways for a thorough overhauling. their hearts, bright as the skies that bend
Prices usual Cheaper than the Cheapest.
Pure. as
: above his tomb, green as the beautiful ,
fields of his native Shenandoah. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest
Mr. C. II. Stewart enjoyed a trip to
of all in leavening strength.-U. & THE:! PEOPLES' CASH BAZAAR.
Cocoa last Friday, returning on COCOA.Mr. Government fiejwrt, dufJ,17,1889.
day's boat.

The Corrinne has gone on her trip S. Shear left for the north Friday. GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,
T. D. GIBBENS Attv.-at-Lavr. Atty.atLaw.REA.L .
dottji the coast, stopping for signaldrillat Miss Allie Martin, of Indianola, was
:B..OBBINS c 3 GRAHAM:: : ,
each house of refuge. in town Friday.Mr. MANUFACTURERS' AGENT ,
; :
John McAllister begins Monday to J. M. Sanders was in Titusvillethe ,
tlrill an artesian well for Alderman J. B. first of the week.

Beach on his Long Hammock property Mr. S. D. Geiger, of Titusville, made Carries in Stock and Sells at IanuflCturers' : Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,

We hear that he intends to invest in an Cocoa a short visit on Saturday.Mrs. Price: I'*. O. Uox, U5O,

engine and run his outfit by steam instead Lard Canned Flour TITUSVILLE BllEVAKD CO. FLOHIDA.
,V. II. Sharpe spent Saturdaywith Meats ,
of man power, as heretofore.Mr. her friend Mrs. J. M. Sanders. We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list 0 fcarcfnllsclected
John B. Beach started Friday fora GRITS AND MEAL. Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
The trade boat Irene, stopped for a RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property -
five or six week's visit to his parentsat Correspondence Solicited.
short time at Cocoa last Thursday.Dr. on Indian Bivcr.
Rome, N. Y. Many, peoplgthink there Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
must be something bVitue filial affectionto J. 0. Scofield leaves this week fora INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. and every effort will be made to give.perfect satisfaction to intending Purchaser who

take him 'away from Indian River, trip north, to be gone until fall. may favor us with their patronage.No .
Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
but we think John i is a confirmed (not Mr. C. T. Verbeke, of Brantley, spent Special attention given to Colonies: and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-

very) old bachelor. Sunday in Cocoa, the gue t of Dr. Hugh- Til not'ille, Florida.; priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.GARDNER.

Capt. C. J. Hector and his Honor R. lett. Incorporated: under Laws State of Florida.

\\ Andrews were passengers on the St. The trade boat Oceola stopped at Authorized Capital, $100,000,

Augustine j mst Friday bound for the Cocoa Monday on its way down the _,Paid-up Capital, $25,000. & SON

Cun'e'ntionIr.. Andrews
llockledgc as river.
proxy for Mr. I.. R. P. Ely! who was Mr. II. J. McGinnis is putting an ad- SACTED. Ci) .

uuable to account of severe sick- of K Our Stock is reduced to such by the continued of
go on dition of one room to the lower story IAME PIaTCIL\two President, > an extf-nl deijrSflations I
jicss in his family. Mr.' Hector and Mr, his house. '\". 1J. BAHNETT, Viceresident.. L our patrons, that we find it necessary to go to New J
'Andrews both went on to Titusville after "')1. M. BROWN, Cashier. pj York to make selections, ourS foJ'
jt Mr. D. A. Allen, assistant keeper of tJ -
the convention on business of importance. Directors: James Pritohard, W. I). Barnett -
Sunday in Cocoa :MR. GARDNER
Jupiter Light, spent J. II. Diukee, W. S. Graham, and z.
visiting friends. "'. M. Brown. i
who is now in New York, is buying our Fall Goods including completed =
People in other places are so used to [?=j) a hj
and Mr. W. A.
Dr. J. 0. Schofield assortment of
Every favor consistent with Conservative j
calling our river harbor !shallow thatthey Howland returned;Sunday from a tripto 1

do not take the trouble to examinethe Canaveral. BaniiiiE extenW, Ladies Dress Goods for Fall and Winters
channel. The.Eleinor: drawing three
There was a large number present at Correspondents : Seaboard Xat'lBankof r ro
feet of water is lying at the bridge in
the Democratic convention held at Ilock- Sew York ; Xat'l Bank of Jacksonville. 00 00
Crane Creek, and had no trouble getting
ledge Saturday. Q
there either. Saturday night there were

tea sailing craft one steamer and two Several of the young people of City Holy Name Academy Z of latest designs and stales, and also GUSTS' rURXISIHXGS,
attended the base ball match Fri- ... ....
Point of which
row-boats lying at the bridge, and two we always kep the *'.
San Antonio Pasco Co. Fla.
afternoon.Rev. ,
or three more sail-boats inside the bridge. day
OPENS KEPTEUlilU Ut. <:401II\)1.-t.< Lngli)) Best Selection in
The steamer Denny, with Mr. Gen F. A. V. Hiscock preached in the Cllur..e; Art. LanKua.'f: Muxnal and ClIu.m..rcial the State.

Miles for the Canal Company, and Colonel Methodist church Sunday eve. The DepartllentAllJI..Ii..

Bradford, of Leon county, for the special serviced still continue. MOTH Ell UOLOKOSA, O. S. II.,
San Antonio, Pac i-
State, have been down the river impeding : The steamer Kathleen, owned by the County Florida. Y"OUR: C1Hr..A\.N"CE
the work done by the dredges for Hodgson Brothers, of Eau Gallic, madea For Ice Cold Drinks: We begin this week and will Slash Prices and convert Ooods into Cash. lVe

the purpose of having the same acceptedby short stop at Cocoa, Thursday.Mr. intend making improvements in our placq and
the State. They returned on Friday Canova, a commercial traveler MUST REDUCE STOCK.This

opening stopping overnight at the Riv from Jacksonville, stopped over Sundayin ...
erside. We hear the work was acceptedtor Cocoa, a guest of the Delmonico.Mr. Wines! Liquors Sale cannot fail to interest anyone who should wish anything in our line. .

the State and that the dredges will W. P. Underwood returned Sun- ''j For the Next Thirty DaysVe Will Offer Our Entire Stock
r be transferred to the Haulover to makeit
day from Daytona where he has been APOLLINARIS,
passable: for the steamer which Mr. .A.T COST4
running his steam launch as a ferry boat. ,
and other Mineral Waters ,
Cigars, Cigarettes
Flagler, it is said, proposes to put on this winter. Messrs. C. J. Hector and R. W. Andrews Tobacco, Etc., Etc ::o to Call and be Convinced that We are Offering Genuine

two prominent citizens of Melbourne J. D. Crabb Bargains.GOLDSMITH.
.4 The schooner Queen, Roy McFadden, ,
visitors Cocoa .
were at Saturday.Dr. I
master, arrived at Indian River Inlet : Titusville, Florida. BROS.

Friday afternoon, the 25th, with a load L. T. Daniel, our popular dentist, BILLIARDS & POOL.

of 65,000 fclips; 'she transferred her cargoto spent Sunday with friends in LaGrange. Special attention to orders sent by mail. E. JLSB -
his accustomed JBR..A..DYGroceries
Doctor was missed from
Capt. Brainerd's schooner, "Valka- ,

via," and the sharpie "Belle" for distribution place in Sunday school. LIPP {AN'S Grain Garden Seed

on the river, and has returned for From a letter, written by Miss Daisy Hay, Fertilizer,

another load she made time' Peck to a Wisconsin descriptiveof
; very good paper
I call the attention of the
People of Indian River
to Stock of Staple and
making the run from Johnson's wharf, at a yachting cruise on which she had PYRAFIIGEIS Fancy my

Elliott's Key, to the Inlet, a distance of been, we should judge that Miss Daisywas Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf .
I. 150 miles in 27 hours. Later. Encountering fully enjoying her summer. She is ,

and weather at present visiting Mrs. M. J. Pipher, of .
heavy seas threatening A SURE CURE :FOR all kinds. Also my Stock ol
McFadden returned and is i Berlin, "'is., who her
Capt. always spends
Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat. 1
now at Eau Gallie. winters: at Cocoa. Chills and Fever, ,

Messrs. Fee and Nesbitt had the misfortune Prof. F. E. Lent, who, with his family, I am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line% ;

to break their drill while pounding came to Cocoa in the winter for his DUMB AGUE & MALARIA Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and elicit
your patronage. Very truly
on a layer of flint rock at a depth of health, died of consumption Tuesday ,
11..ll'l lU\X onos., \Yholesale Druggists E. L. BRA.DY.
630 feet in the well they are drilling for morning at the home of Mrs. E. Thrall and Sole Proprietors, Lippman'

f Mr. G. L. Lucas, at Eden, necessitatingthe where they were boarding. The funeral Block, Saran nah. Georgia. EDWARD STIL1XG
stoppage of the work for,a few days. took place at 5 o'clock that evening un- A. TAYLOR

Mr. F. II. Fee returned last week to der the Masonic ceremony. The wife
h Eden and on. Friday afternoon had got and little one have the sympathy of the STILING TAYLOR

to a depth of 650 feet, through a layerof entire community.; *Dealers inMonuments J

flint rock over one foot thick, and had Dr. Acker's English Pills COCOA, IM>IA\ RIVER, FLORIDA,
encountered another hard stratum, on ,-.
Are active, effective and pure. For sick Headstone,
which he was making slow progress. headache, disordered stomach, loss of :: Iron Fencing: Dealers In
Tim i well had to be:.cased to a depth of appetite, bad complexion and biliousness, mf |
over 800 feet to shut off a layer of quick they have never been equaled, either in f Z Lawn Furniture

sand.It. r America or abroad. For sale by Dixon Ha Marble, PAINTS HARDWARE STOVES
& Gray, druarists.
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Granite, Slate, ,
is with unfeigned regret that we I S: QO

Irate to chronicle the decease of Captain O 0 Onyx.
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Charles, T. Clayton who with, his pleasant I Brevard Co. fa Building Stone, Tinware and AgateWare.Plumbers' ,

family last in Mel .: Wire Te ,
spent winter] ncing
3 and Mill Supplies, Oils, Glass and luUTable and t
Lourne. Mr. Clayton*was a native, of STATE BANK Slate Mantels, Pocket Cutlery, Barbed 'Wire1, Wire Netting _

:Virginia: and served, in the Southern Iron Mantels. and Wire Cloth.

army through the civil war. After the Grates
Surrender I he engaged in business, and COCOA .r"'J: I Doors Sash Blinds Brick Lime and Cement

r afterward entered the employ of the 1889. : ->- t ....::: J I I ?=' ,
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Standard Oil Company, becoming Assistwnt'Superiutendent CAPITAL: ... ....>-. ... j I I >.. )
an.d. La"th.
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of their 'extensive Paid Up, $25,000; Authorized, I ..'\.. >-:::>--: J j 11 I ;'

vrbrks, at Franklin, Pa., and finally Su- $100,000.ACCOUNTS. ',.,.If,>>-)0,' ...<. :).eO.. n I 11 '1 >>-- GUNS, AMMUNITION,. AND FISHING TACKLE 4)F ALL KINDS.

perinteij4 of the Standard Eclipse Oil SOLICITED .\ >- >-< C 1 T T T J T Y 1] s::;; .- .
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\ "%f ft at Olean, X Y. Being affected SHIP CHANDLERY GOODS
to Loan at Lowest Rates.
threat 1_ Money .,. And all kind olTilinjr, Hearth, Wire MatRindin ,
wfjb; trouble he moved to Florida ..
Wire, Iron kind ol
frt tbhix made of ,or
DIRECTORS : and Gauze doors, pook Staves Stoves Coffins and Caskets.
ajtf was leuefitted by the change. This : Stone.f'r and Ranges, Gasoline ,
ALBERT TAYLOR President. Catalogue, at the same time. ..tatiu ,'le : .
new c 'unt rfc was too quiet i for his ener- of good yon are iu need of. aa we hate differ- CARTESIAN WELL PIPE SPECIALTY..
JAMES IJOLMES[ Yice- resident.I li.nt Catalogues in th different ,branches of onr ""' ..
tic t -u\j erament, and last spring he removed -I ""*+ (.R. B HOLMES. Cashier. _,, 'turinea'[.. 25 r',.- Catalogues, Sample'Cards and Size Lists sent free on application Correspondence

' a' Qa44ez1A1a,5nd,i ;: engaged inT J. Meanders.': 3 'J.- F.- Wooten. :25,Laura Street,>t Jacksonville Fla. ,' '.- solicited'and. estiniafe$,furnished. promptly. '

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