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VOL. 3] A I- .l YR r .3- .-- [No. 22
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ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON,

NEW SMYRNA, VOLUSIA COUNTY, - FLORIDA.

CHA3. CO-., Editor and u.A i .I
FLORIDA STAR- CO.. Proprietors. -:

TERMS---One year, $/.QO;, six mcs. 60c.
Single copies 5 cts,
east coast
Our friends are requested to send ifi local items, etc.,
at any time. Articles must be short and to the point.
and accompanied )y the ile 1Tta.LzydtlQrw of the au-
thors, not lor publication,' ui0 a' a gtaltraMtee of good
faith. Address all letters, etc:
~PtORI1DA STAR COMPANY, ; .,
New Smyrna, Volusia Co., Fla


PREAMBLE AND REGULATIONS.
9. rl -, r AWE
OF THE COASTWISEE CO-OPERATIVE UNION.

In order to com in tiir efortttofth. people
alolug the bialifax.Hlll4l1oi, lnIi;i flvers
for thewoiitqtton of the, future setlAtdtefit..lin
pi oveifteriAt l-,t I development of te
tre. following permanent' o l.. -lo i"S!.t"i
eshiblis'hd.
ARTICLE 1. TAdt.i ed
the Coast wise <;o-,.erna4ta L'iit tbej known
:is the (U. C UA ..
ART; II. The acting or :o*%n R, y
this association shall consist
cre t!t Jt- e.i dit en-C-; md-tTrtiytte
and comnxh ,, t sotl.icfs.w.pe
a member or otherwise shall be el g..e. ,
the honorary embers may ymebei.pern
age or sex who shall give,.in tuie:Haum sk "r
recortl,with suc' bnioie or other'-encourage-
ment as they shall ft- te tile
general interests.
ART:I11. j'he officers of tltis assoltl,
sirall be a President, one Vice-PresideTnt'. f-
( a -h elective preqfet4."u eve r I four
becret q~pue, jrecordijig a td three correl-
ponding, witftIngli (tier omffitei'ng pit
tees as may at Anuy time, helduly 4Vt-04-18U
each iuidTall f vwhoim shall sr-ve u-ntil proper-
ly discharged, and sh:ll pertrin 'thie usual
functions appertaininrg -t'.d I'Ml,.repLec lp-ti-
ces. and sit cs may be assigned
ART. IV.- Delegae4 or eine mrs oAt
ciation;! shaltrdilre-e thk :pwpwidWM ?vw
eral loc aliie.k slil not exceed fol'
each elective 11 v-'t, with twe addition ma
for every twenty v Is*.. l
ART. V. This i raMUI Sf]Ri il
meetings for-the ,lectiwo of of-ics a 1Cr'
puriosae Tle tirst of said tiuetin., s4
held at Daytonia on the 4th of Juy ilfit, r.a
Futira w.oeliugsL-t nlyth held by .voe bfa'c-ing
membe.rs- br b icaf. sid't T r
tary or bx-ai rftl,,e 4 Vicesldet ,
Se 'cretarit-s. i -.. r.'.e'
ART. VI. The rti-crcs, ofi-the q.ociation
shall be aefu iledr e ly fede by tlie
Secretaries ri.d shall Cuimsi4t" 0 l rtdl' ar pm-
ceecliii'gs. hitters ri.iteltin the FLORIDA STAlR.
containing the Ne S0
utilt., aid piei li' i itl 't' il ^di of"
sich letters aitnd correstpondence as,.lee .
geni-rail interest. ,, .I
A.-T. VII. ,even voting tm-wbers i.tuig
the f ml ie principal othrs oftlisas!-oiatimi
shall constitute aquor in f0.r. tansetion
of business. iW" -"-
A In. v \lft h &sitoh iaw
be alCeid-(A- ame j
ir. active nem beri.i pr's1tiil at iiiv regul air
i I---e tii', -I h lo i (it ( t ie atn : re (4 ro[llpooseCd
iildt-tideit .in ig b-en four wie cls p evious
-..ii. usled ih i. colii' paper- -, -.. .


oI.< g' 4e ,of'_edf*c'ie .8?i( 1 rMfspit ;hit4 -"JM'taii! Wffht w4xiat a cat!" exlnatm eed
rail.t e fll-s ietotoffu6rk ,-1whe ,-ut t pefNn% cm~ntemiplatiig the rin after .the
citi-. --Ari f ,t e.-". tt"t.. .. ii. was brought. have never seen any-
,,t. an,,rmg"m'Pi++" tils ''f "'t. i,,. Uet,-014; i s tail isp..de of b'oadclot.i .
If we were pernmittdto raise the vei1'tl t.Aiig:.,hAwed ao fitering 're'uniati ftoni the
shutls opt our vision frotg the tr)ve would window. -
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W -liPtWi'r a, : take .peep at the hennery to cover several acr e
A grik !& t -.,o ti nd(tPsi, lal 6 ; at the apia y f t~o &Mteqswarin
hear Re tx. ii #Ikta a b` collecti hing honey from a tbou-
teli P W fftu a ^r 4 aad & di% by;anp ( stFA, f ^
". 4kp* f ^ reflkte.1^ of hindredsgof -aces
amotni inc eWe % iii thatteiWA* f u n ala e es, unt tYo 11ly- l we
Wi i n ~I *wte jhi ~I eL4M 4a- r *




,"oTM .P-, .,,. ," a 1- .tPgunlYof this St, ate, shall'
wh:at s known fL~k e [n"&ua ..e, ilt -s l rcittl. and who
pagt 11 .-o w at6i in .wt' fth6istat6e.6o s ll W., -.
aer 0at 1y 1! t
rels xp rt% o^ o aIya
po .tqa "I i t this State. ha tt (
l k te d ow aian ,ta f (edp at e.ac4,kthe-- ki sui ted and who
'of le atlmiJtet id e of the Pwtt !4, ( th hi3tvOad
A t'# i fl# tapW f i a jj lgt hat& oftthh Pss^en ata l l
me ..l.4g ie & 6 i Jst said pet f 0 rM sa<, ed,
IWO'E J 1 9# &r ), S &
t -ndat 1~tAsM -tM .. so sl own he not sufficient in Che judge-
Penfti- ijy. 'p.t4'g t -1i ae-bth+e s 4dsketS mwtwt les




Br~jwita ava le i bl oI rro r

Itjr ard Mrs. Edsou l aci, who haveS~ iet s r I .
j^ ,-,,,R.to,..,+h./r.lt ^i, tues, or bd ys both tined and ipr e isoniedg, at -

aed atipid ain u^et,


ts t eiv
Qdlwm af- Pillo.
s.r. and lMrs. Edltso n BiC. h who hav :


IjI t t W w t t ^ A 4pM IMa'eh IN W 4
t t^ opodepr. us&A i*JI \W11.rtdd f aje e m -iO

passed their most ln.saIg.Uin l J' t -4t.. otehu'l e a &r6 Tahb e S bJifaf tt 1.S rs.

etto, t4i* iri W we w1 wl4e e ;)tMl tAlo4zoa4 -d i~W d ptti oPil hf gaLo thr, there day
e palmetU tS4 Thf dat*etA4 A^ ea l
dance NIwWe fTeIa ey,



t@t si s l_ at@ ja epr f ee the qetid P i.g A "-
ept .t Itu s d ridr l ar.4 t ma 4l'~i..r "r
D-elk ,- s s^wltS ^.w^'. "'.e 4Tiw ,bIb i%,Ihres reo~~e. ate -he '.
*hstcAst4 ttr ine StJahd4itatesittkhe ohtit ak -*di Wfl rec ATwith




patdl4W nii n i rr4er IUsu 'i a'e prpo,.g tufe ge noi a .k asittg -L *v
h 4ts ?iwsWfl4&tcnt pit- .4- JtkLE t-M WMN V A- (A T



".,th of Smvrna. Thlie first fauyv, w_d r ch/^d jnore tt'ewtdo etr'yith a fra
jiaifter the placewn r, ^ Alonzo and cotinung ~dditfny into the orom he de
A ,".. f ir lv J n, a 4i t aii lJ.edteJ t o& a y, wh" i ar' sb. e ,d
sand dh, t t ri ifa g os tthixir.A l ,o .> 1 c _as th .iitbfi .reply.
At &dt rt W pAtor4aDapg4 u iITrtQA bf there'" thtidderel itter f1%

nowl* AW 4'e6iflith'#t^tt*wY^ O)hfS.. --( Semlm -seqe ,Msy at4 sotto voeep
shal tl tot*Ii bai elmhou 1e'l4Y a4 W aLto teful 011 -
eA heh t I^#"te" lak eQ A bit a it and s atre the
.1Qas a --log r4 Th, 'flAx i ^pA <* "s gt --
:a -sas-Io aslo- Tt*& d poor Alvey jnadea
ry ilin 'he tj 1%l wape or4t vpi(1 o' QgtI31hg olass and fr ame
stSauii NA atoftrotU'rthie iifit h a s -o


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A Weekly Paper, Devoted to
HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS, FRUIT AND AGRI-
CULTURE, IMMIGRATION,


AND THE INTEREKT5 OF THEIR COAST SETTLERS.
Issued Every Thursday
E--AT--
NEW SMYRNA, VOLUSIA CO., FLORIDA.


ADVERTISING RATES;
Squares 1 w 2 w 8 w t Sm' 6m lyr
1 sq.... $100 $1 $75 $200 $4W00 $ 00IeO
2.sq.... 175 250 350 400 600 1000 1500
3 sq.... 200 300 400 1O00 900 100 92000
4sq.... 300 400 500 600 1000 1500 2500
5sq.... 400 500 600 700 1500 2000 300
6sq .... 500 6e0 700 800 2000o WW 4000
Local notices 10 cents a lie for each and every In-
sertion. No extra charge if permanent.
Advertisements orderly discontinued before ex.
piration of contriet, charged accord is to above
scale. Advertisers may change the wadi of their
advertisements any reasonable number of times.
Address all letters, Aec:
FLORIDA STAN COMPANY,
New Samyrna, Vosluis CO, V1a.


THURSDAY, MAY 2. T.


THE NEGRO QUESTION.
Mr. Nasby has got bate to "CobefedIt X
Roads," and writes as follows to the Toledo
Blade:
"We are havrs trouble with the igaers here,
which will end, the Lord above cnly kuows
where. The bother kin be stated hi a few
words.
"Sich uv the afggers in the vIehity r-thae
Corners as don't owf thir ownm lam-(ofe
many 'uv em do)-hev to, leese lan or the
white citizens which is the natural proprietor
uv the soij. Ever Kentueklm j


contented, he lets him hey land for, say. ,10 an
akre a year, the sed land bea wtth*botut that
in fee simple.
"This may be eoasidered exorbitant by the
untiihlkin, but ik will be -rea ey een ta a
gentleman can't live and play draw poker and
bet on races, on anything less. ttd then it
must be taken into account that thie aggnr was
the sustenance uv the proud Caweawkua tfore
the war, and we see no reason why -hwaoul4d
not be the same now.
And to the end that he shell sot get too rich
it is ulluz inelooded in the lease that the ntgger
shel buy everything that be eats, drinks and.
wears uv the owner, and-t ta his ero W abel be
held by han till all these advances are pad.
It iz troo that the bigger grerUlly comes out,
in debt to the proprietor several i hwatied do
lars; butt we her ever been hard ona Wea, We
hev allzs give em the privilege uv hwoki t0i
what they owde by euttia cord wottor gi t
out railroad ties. in the winter, wiv. elt"ti s.
in We cood ddemandr eek. is a conS C
"They are an oegratfl f people. Doelisn Pe-
gram let 1 uv etm her twenty tkere tav his fo.m,
and the nigger worked it well. He stade good
crops uv corn and potatoes and sich. k, d con-
gratulated hisself on the preope*k iv living com-
fortable doorin in the winter. When the thme
for settlement come. i the fall, the deOas took
the entire crop, and demonstrated to the on-
grateful mn that he was in debt to bit eggs)-
ackly $200. The nigger coodniit understaZd it.
but renewed the feese another year. paying off
10lO0 uv his debt gittin out ralutode ties in the
winter.
This second yeer wiz a tuff one on the deekin.
ez lie lost a power uv money at the Looisville
races, and consekently in the fall the nigger
wuz brot in det four hundred dollars. Mirandy


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race fbo theChanor Trades Cupo e thSel ls mt
each carried matMIn poeds extmias- ig the
weight carried by Parole one ewdreetd4 =
thirty-er pounds. and that carried by Reler
one hundred and ebteen pnala..

The jry at AtUlauta, Ga., found Co Rty
of the murder of Colonel Algot.s and he was
sentenced to State prison fr life. Wten th1
sentence was known, Cox's wife attended to
commit suicide.

The bill for the United States House to en-
force the eight hour law, was laid on the table.


A:
S..


EDWARD W. STETSON,

Wholesale & Ret4 *aler inLa


1-P-M' S -- ..S


J. GoMBINGER,

WATWMAKER, JEWELER,
AND OPTICIAN,
Also Florida Curiosities For Sale,
37 West Bay Street, -- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Pograni kept the actiitsA
Now wat does this tess oMr*tefCi iggt
do? Retarkin that it st ck hil" *'iet'f 4
kept on working the dleekins land, amd worked
hard and faithfully enuff, he wood, In thie,
owe u"aore ta th.NiMaaM dW A At& m*
to leeve for Kansas.
This wuz an attempt at repudiaishn; and
while a white State Masy propertyrepodtile
its indetednis, a nigger iadkrMjjlc kl ever be
permitted to do it. We unip this attempt at
swindling the dejedt ia the bud. Thast uigger
wUz notified that we must hey hit tabor, to the
end yav developing the resources ur tte kentry,
and "that he must stay ajM labor, he alluz bied
dun, and be content, ez he shood be.
Despite this warann he did git away to the
river and wuz waiting for a d0wan-bomd boat,
when he wuz miysteriously shit. Who dWi the
richeous act will sver be kowan, but it wux
sed that issaAcer tavtt w tiIn thatberbtooud,
aM that jist after the rport easoke wuz sedn
to iboo from the moutsh uv hi trusty doble-
barreled shot-gun.
Ez thar ain't only one way"that we kin do
basses with this people, antd the ease I her
ited is about the regular thba, the itIers are
discontented giteraHy, amd le all destreas uoU
gittin away. T1hey munars Te~y say tthey
aik't allowed to vote, and they easMt be say
skools, and that they are robbed amv tr labst,
and that other asu't no redress for "ea. for the
courts and sieh areagin 'ema. They ean't ndern%
staud that they are mrally our property fy-
how-that we wuz robbed t by that htmb
Linkia, and that we are enied to thir labor.
Wet kin they want nv skAolAswhen the whites
uv this sutkshun bev got ah without 'eft?
Ez for voting. that is absurd. rey been't the
,^^ ^S y '.. ^ s _..'..t ,- : .

i maust IUve with
us, and enjoy here the bIesiub us freedom.
But they keep Aslppin ff ttt the time; and thre
is the doleful wospeck iv thE Corners beeom-
in a desert for waut uv labor.
I1 epoee tiradiktels uv the. Nort will taisa
howi again this. but wedoa't kerr. We her go$t
posefitun uv the epatI, the Nortmbon ian-
crisy hev resoomd their old positbun, and we
kin Nile at their prot stasun. tf we let the
hwers of ts easy. they may consider it lucky."

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Ito I77 feewe bus c7 .w pm a se



tem isowet 0 y &0t. I ti s yar '7

She Uned h B s egled to wer I*lr, a-





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McCommic's BLOCK,


MAKSONVILLE, FLA
WILLIAM JACKSON,

Dealer in


oCstepS, PaROuoaq,

HARDWARE,

Boots, Shoes, Agricultural Implenments, Stoves,
S ..... '. t ., &c.


DArYTnA, FLORIDA.
ICEWES VERY LOW AT
BARNETT & KNAPP'S
dealers in
FURNITURE
attns Wesall PperWindow Shades and Fixtures,
Ltoxldc Glasses. Picture Frames and Mouldings,
UhldreWs Carriages. Furniture Repaired. Picture
Tnmesm 4u Upholstering to Order.
8 A 50 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

PALMETTO HOUSE,
M. HOAG, Proprietor,
DAYTONA, -. FLORIDA.
Bitanted on the Halifax River, twelve miles
j::H!al s1iitQ Inlet. ,
Bd~~' aiit ai winter.
Fishing. -Sailing, Rowing, Surf and River
Bathing., Etc., Etc.
M 'Rnched by ocean schooners. or stage
fot Crescent City, Volusia or Enterprise.

OCEAN HOUSE,
New Smyrna{, Florida
S L otWO, PROPRIETOR.e
This eonls ts one and a half miles from the em
beach, aid oerlooks the ocean. As fine fishtuag sa
hetlegsbfa U be found in the State, near by.
D. B. ROGERS,
Welesale and Retail Dealer in

mgEIES & PRO VISIONS,
mad general assortment of HAIRDWARE.
XmS, FLORIOL

DUANGE HOUSE.
la nw ready for the reception, of boarders, at
reasonable prices. Also millinery, hair and
Vaey goods ia all the latest styles.
air work done from combines. hats cleaned,
altM andml trthanwed. By Mrs. A. A. WEE-
" at, ete of New York. Nov. 4h
Dr. E. M. ALBA,
(caosrw tor. A. Paeetta),
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.


ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA.
Cb-ate WlIes and Liquors for Medicinal use Brushes
fimry, andoiet Arties. Physicians Preserip-
Utins aecuntely Uompouaned.








Weather Report.

Latitude 29 02; Longitude 80 54.
S May-. |j 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Morn | 70 70 69 69 70 71S70
Noon 82 78- 77 75 76-78 80
Night 73 72 70 68 69 69 71


OFFICE O VR SHELDON'S STORE.


Local Jottings.


The Jacksonville editors are all on the war
path.
Mr. Sanderlin and Miss Lizzie Osteen were
married recently.
An enterprising man in Peusacodla has com-
menced the shipment of gophers.
If you want first quality Flour, send to E. 8. Hull,
successor to H. B. Holbrook, Jacksonville.
The county judge of Hernando county was
killed by an unknown person recently.
Capt. T. W. Lund is erecting a large building
at Titusville, to be used for packing oranges.
Mrs. Col. Titus is running the Titus House,
at Titusville, Bodine & McCarry having gone
Norti.
Bro. Whitney, editor of the Fernandina Ex-
press. has got "*spliced" to one of Philadelphia's
fair (dlaughters.
R. S. Sheldon has gone p the Hillsboro with
a boat-load of provisions, etc. He chartered
Dr. Fox's sloop.
L. Thompson. 1). D. Rogers and T. L. Rod-
gers, have been appointed road commission-
ers in district No. 8.
Irish potatoes have been selling Sr $4 to $6
in the New York markets lately; aemumber
$3.50 to $4 per crate. ;
S. J. Hodges. Wmn. S. Abbott suid ,*
Hawks have been appointed road eommtulaspi-
ers for district No. 10.
The Volusia Co. News. of the 20th, cot1
a biographical sketch of the County Comis
sioners of tnis .County.
The public school at this place, wiTre 1n0
next Monday,, the 2nd of June, under the ~
ient management of Miss D. Stowe, as hereto-
fore..
H. F. Hammon and U. D. Hendrickpon ar-
rived from ILtke Worth last Tuesday nit. .Mr.l
Hammon will hauIl out his boat, and go oerf to
Jacksonville.
Parties desiring Groceries, Provisions, Etc., will
find it to their advantage to order from me, as they
can save at least 5 per cent. on all cash orders.
E. S. Hull, successor to U. B. Holbrook, Jackson-
ville, Florida. f
The St. AugutiUe Press. e- oes
over there are large enough sy- ung
children. St. Johns river. peopwirr to
surrender the championship.
Married.-On tle 11th l st.. in WI
county. Hon G. B. Smithsdua to Mr .Ie
Goodbread. We hope there will alwaysIS
"'good-bread" it the family.
The Devil is running the Cedar Key *- Ial.
as the following seAtence from sijt pu- r
proves: *'Tlhe editor is gone on a spreelr0
Jacksonville and Feruiasnta." :-
The large two-masted schr. West ide. Capt.
Davis. ten days trom Charlestoni. 'C., arv.a,
inside last Frianhy, ad will load oi.
ony logs instead of the-schr. Parker.
W. W. Boothe. of Oak Hill. thinks there is
money in the **little busy bee." andl is devoting
a good portion of his time to their interest. He
has had 25 new swarms so far this spring.
The St. Johns and Indian River R. R. is being'
extended to Lake Harney. about 23 miles from
Salt Lake, its present terminaation. It will
probably be completed in November next.
The Hull tial comtnetcedon the 20th ipt.
Trhe government was represented by IDisdtiet
Att'y Stickney and Ass't Dis't Att'v Sioan; the
defense by E. K. Foster, J. M. Baker and A. A.
Knight.
Services will be held at the church next Sun-
day at 3 p. m.. instead of 11 a; an. as heretofore.
Sabbath School intmnediately after church. This
will enable many who live at a distance to be
present.


Mr. Jake Summerlia. of this place. and Miss
Josie Sykes. of the Haulover, were married
recently. We extend our hearty congratula-


PROPSALs O IiiUPPO'RlTNG THE
COUNTY POOR: ,
In accordance Mttli i'a er passed 'at the
gtsessi1on orfihe o6ard oftC;nty( mami-,
*nprs, a make thq. folotifgM adveriisemet,,,

"rhat 'M A. H. Sto ton, of this Boatd of
Coanunissio ers.is1apfoijetl ai eominittee to se-
cure a peKnuafent sugpoqt for the paupt'rs of
Volusia cohtity, ansd '4thiSendIs authoirzed to
advertise for twoa we% i4t the FpblIUpA AGuA-
CULTUnIST and the -eotui+ STrATI".for settled'
proposals from paiteg" w, can furitsh suitable
dccoalnotdfl0 orti ptt provide yufflient -and
proper i!A tand tWthlrrgfg saWi papers,
The conditions %te"bids bt| f flowsw:
Class No. 1 .isstipesons wholly d'
tute and heWlpl -
Class No. 8 c'fais of Unhse'eiftkabl6 | pas -
tit .seIf-mtipp a tli altbard to determaij1 the
Tpro rata .afiqunntto be lia1for those epafe of
renderingg services.
The party or parties to whom the above des-
cribed contract shall be let to the lowest
responsible bidders, who shall be required to
give bonds for the faithful performance of said
duties. The aforesaid committee to report at
the next meeting of thd Board, July 7, 1879."
Parties wishing to bid will address me at
DeLand, Volusia county, Fla.
21t A. H. STOOKTON.
SDeLmul, Florida, May 8, 1879.


lons to "Jake" and his bride, and wish them a
long and happy life.
A bill is pending before the Missouri Legis-
lature, which provides for the punishment of
all voters who stay away from the polls three
times in succession, with a forfeiture of their
right to hold any office in the State.
At the last meeting of the County Commis-
sioners, R. S. Sheldon was appointed fish
bailiff, to enforce the provisions of chapter
3147, No. 49. of the laws of tJhe legislature of
1879. entitled "An act to protect the food fishes
of this State. and to regulate the fisheries."
A fatal accident occurred last week near Vo-
lusia. A. Mr. Richardson had two children sick
with chills and fever and sent to a ielhbor'
for some quinine. Two doses of stryehnine
were *ut back by mistake, and were given to
the children with fatal effect.
W. W. Lee Is experimenting with $ of ath
acre of the Prolific Sugar Cane, It ia growing
rapidly. 4 to 4 stools dtsAing fr ooe w t
It has been said that this cne will produce
more sugar and syrup than either the red or
yellow varieties.
WIhy buy bacon for 8 cents, *rhen you eam send
to E. S. Hull, scessor to H. b. Ho1Jbook, 5 Baay
Street, Jacksonville, Florida, and get the best for
6 1-2 cents. Flour 4 and 5 cents; Meal cents;
Grits 2 cents. You cat also get frm him extra mired
Tea for 40 cents, or 3.pomds for $iGiesen Blea. or
Japan. Coffee (green) 16 and 18 cents. Send and
get his price-list and be convideed of the quality
and prices. .. r Stf
The church at thins place has a bran-new
Mason & Hamliu, .Cabinet Qrgan; in fact its
sweet music' lhas been heard fbr several weeks.
but we omitted to mention itf before. It came
direct from Messrs. Ludden & Bates, Savannah.
Ga. Instead of pending thq Sabbath off fish-
ing and hunting, 4o Pihuh and hear some
fine music.
The Fernandina MUiror says: "The aytona
Masonic Hall was dedictuted May 1st." E. Was-
gate, of Jacksonville. delivered a fine oration.
There was a grand bal in the evening and a big
time generally. The people of that part of
Florida know how to get things up Inr good
shape. and enjoy them to the full."
The schr. John W. Bell. Ckpt. Springer, was
fifteen days from New York. She landed R.
S. Sheldon's goods here, and then went up the
fHalfaex to uuload the, lII stock of general
'merchandise on board fofyT.L Jackeso. The
Bell brought a fine, gracefAt littlesteamn launch'
for Mr. Jackson, which he'"hiteuds to use for
pleasure,. wf, believe. She i 284 feet long. and
draws 1W .P Fi-4- wter. Ra bt
ngin complete.
S. J. Hodges is successfully cultivating the
followip crops. with4he a of aoe smulou- U
acres of fine cor-n over 17)000 st d o- aspd
cane, & hereofri$ pateattc (e b .l,,
have seen-A hi *3 h tkA*y), a...d one ae of
sweet po pq9, 4tWla aqr'will he readw Ug
in July. ki4A"ti% S ,A*, Owd mtlouts re
coming ;up cy thy.w-t& ands. "Mr. IL *. '
s lrg beds of ehu and arrow root,
iflor sefd.


Are selling all kinds of Dry Goods, Hosiery,
Notions, Boots. Shoes. Hats, Shirts,
and Ladies and Gents Furnishing
Goods generally, cheaper than
they can be bought anywhere on the coast.

We buy and sell exclusively for cash.

""*Particular attention paid t maiL
BATMIA, FLORRDA.
JOHN MANLEY,

Manufacturer of and dealer in



DAYTOnA, FLORIDA.


SIDING, FLOORING, LATHS, ETC., ETC.


Cedar Lumber and Mouldings.


THE C.RISTIAN UNION.
Evangelical, Undenominational, Christian.
REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER, Editors.
REV. LYMAN ABBOTT,
Terws-$3 per year;to clergymen $2.50. Send
stamn- for sm*emBapty. 27 Park Place, N. Y.
'-,k-


'J-s. Datr;os.


GbiJo.'L Pift


J.f. DRIGOS & CO.,
Dealers In


piHA, CROCKERY, 8LASS AND


PLATED
-fese Furnishing Goodk,
Kerosene Lamps,


WARE,


. Brackets, Lanterns,
Chandeliers, Etc., Etc.
Wood A Willow Ware, Tinware, Fruit Jars
Jelly Tumblers, Water Filters,
Water Coolers, &c.

No. 13 WEST BAY ST.,


JACKS.OMV1LLE, FLA.
POUT ORANGE HOUSE,


PaRy ORANGE,


-- FLORItIA:


E. A. McDaniels, Proprietor,

This house is pleasantly located on the Hali-
fax River, four miles from the Inlet, and over*
looks the ocean. It has been thoroughly re-
fitted for the accommodation of sportsmen and
invalids. Fine boating fishii and hunting.

"MY HOME IN FLA leek. 64 pp; 9 parts;
price 25 cents. Full of valuable information about
Florida. FLORIDA STAR Co., New Smyrna, Fla.


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J. E. ADCOX,

WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
Repairs Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
and makes a Specialty of complicated Watch
and Clock Repairing.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

DEVAN & MOORE,


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We received the following letter with the re-
quest to publish it, wbich we do .fortfl4auimse-
ment of our i'e1, rt. We leve 'it verbatimiet
literatim, as follows': :
for the leoridy Star to be" published Dear sir i
see by your lital Paper tlat, yt)ur -i4 having a
big time a bout your railroad from Jacksonville
to The indian liver via daytopia port pringu ad
new semerna a RAih4id &i iu14 NktAed .al'
the People canNever get a road thar for thay,
air so selfish thay.-neve)r cau agree to build as
road in Partnerships and evry one l-must hlav a
road of his one or lie must hav a separate car to
ride in or be woQ, go nor sepQl his rate by no.
convaance but his own the People air not eniuf
united to build a Rail Road on the halifax aid
Hilsbarrow river t& St augmisteeli anid Jackson-
vill

THE GAME OF LIFE.
Man's life isa-Zqg'4ie of cards. FlirsI,
cribbage'e; next he tries .t9 *'go. it alone." a
sort of "cut, shffle and de.l"' pace. Tll'1eii he
"raises the deue whey his nimotlWr "'takes a
hand ini," and contrary to IHoy Ie, "beats the
joker" with her "fivl$ 1e ftA 14 '4a-
mnonds"li he wills Ae"'tineen otheat s. 'f-ed
of "playlyjig alone hadl," lie expresses a desire-
to "assist" his fair "partner." "throws out his
cards," and the clergyman takes ten dollars out
of him "on tho pair." She -'orders him up" to
build fires. Like a -knave" he joIns the
'"clubs." where he often gets :high." which is
"low," too. He grows old and "-bluff," sees a
"deal" of trouble, wheilfvat last lie "shatffles" off
his mortal coil a kAs. sf) ,s 4i h^i chi s $"P -
he is raked iln bf e. TW i
is ended, and he await- the- sumintinns of. Ga-
briel's "trump." which small "q-rderjiim uti.".

: CARE OF: '1 TIEETI,
Youth is the to insur-if handsome and useful
set of teeth -for a lifetime. Dentifrices that will-
remove tartar will. remove teeth, All liquid
dentifrices devour tli te'erft. 'tfht'vlhl. :thes
of a wood fire gently rIubbJ 04,4k teeth with
a small stick will remove yellow streaks. Fric-
tion of tr* 4i4t m 04 ,1oa
are all that are necessary to greatly improve
the worst of teeth. 3A -4

SCIENTIFIC FARM&N. -,
"I tell yer what 'tis," observed: old1 fariu'm
Brown as hlie turned roun.d. his.-p loughl at the
fence, "book larin' ain't no. sort of use on a
farm alongside of good common sense. Fur uv
all the denied idiots as ever I see. purtendting
to science and knowledge, them city plrfesseih
they've got are the wist' at tlhi g-reltooral
College. Why. what d'yer think. Squie. I
met one last night. at the corners. i title be-
yond, an'-Jie hed a big mud turtle, 9ier his
arm-satd"he catclied hifn int Bitkkr li

I, as the ani m t alt r"f "r *
to mate him," says hle, "to a pigeon I've got.
and teacht'em tfb taise ttrtle doves F" '


Here is a warning to men too mean to adver-
tise. One of this description wanted to sell
soine land. aiid so ihe pI pta writhtt oti,e ..jpi
one of the hotels the otiier day. A man who
was enquiring Air a small farini was reifrredt; tot
the written, notice, when- e. replied. ; I: '4an't
'buy land at a fair prioe of any iman whoq does
his advertising in this way. He'd steal the
fence, the pumip-handle and the barii doors be-
fore he'd give up possession."

The doctor's degree-Ill, pfil, bill.
Motto for the mavried-Never dispai'r.


THIS 8S HULL'S

(Successor to H. B. Hollbrook.)

THE CHEAP CASH

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JACKSD LEX -FLA
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.mpQbe% Wh $ssBlerda Retel Pq.a.ce in,

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-Prrescripti(soa ftly eoMpo dl.with accu
racy and dispatcht by-oo*mQ otefm eS ,-atalakoers
of the day and night. : "

C a. Bay and Lau'i Sts,.
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JACKSONVITAt. '--. FLORIDA:.
0O. t-MINE





6N. 67 Ry, By St, CQrLazmra, J. O OWMNyL.s,
Has tist$utly in, Shoc0 a .nl 14 w- of
Goods Embiaced in the.,

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-A.r R.bI-


Dealers in


EAST FLA' Ro iAN6 C
N 4, .LwoT pn of like. ,c .


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The new OWN Of BLAKZc it located on the river-
frtntb of the- famous Swit) Tract of Wild .Orange
GrKvwes on the Halifax rtivi',. Volusia County, East
Fli'i a, To those seeking ettlier a permanent home
or w ittei!*fidiie m k in Florida, it oolfrs imanyadvan-
tag's not to be found in otlwr sections of the state.
There are churches and pehools within easy walking
distance; and four postofties eaon th6& river; good ho-
tels and stores.
itmrther and spe ial information can be ob-
taied, map, ee application to, or by let-
ter to D. Pmerton e, Boto. ALOn, Mass, Trustee,
35 Pembertin Siqtare, Boston, Mass.


Stoves a;ld Tinware, Paints and Oils. Black-
sluithi' and Carpenters' Tools. Wagon


Etc


:BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


Agents for the Celebrated Orange Lightnino-
POWDER.


IP"Send for Price-Liscs.
QPU 0 2 subscribe.


I--- c~s~e~-~s b .....q- I .~ C~Q b Ia~c~- I~I_ IIlL~ I IIII I ....... I!N NlE.


G. W. GAItErTT. W. G. BARNES.
GARRETT & BARNES,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers in



SASHI iQa S.B4LNLXDS, STOVES. &C.
'. ite Lead, Kerosene,
S LDixie Plow a Specialty.
mo8 BLOCK,

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
JACKSONVILLE -
PAINIT ,& COMPANY,
TJ, MOTTr, C,,, MAILONEY, L. DuBois.
Three old reliable EBoss Painters. Will keep con
stahtly oirthffndisfd kinds oof PAINTS and Painter's Mda-
ft'la, generally. 1pSolageitas-Orthe slate for Wards-
wvoftji t e ~.& L&Ungunan's READ'-MrIXED PAINT'S.
Th be cel iratbn paihnls are not chemicals (so called)
paints. No ttrtt.l1ou secret, btit simply pure pl)aiuts
Wnd oil ground tgetoher and ready for use. All colors
and shade'in Iny qI crantity. -Houses painted with
thle paints U nb at riatstfActry will be repainted at
our vxpense. All kinds of House, Sign and Steam-
boat ,taintik ?, and Paper hanging, and all work in
our lii.e, cnt ra6the Ithr in any par, of the State. Es
timdates aiw.vuZ isiohed "
-Stand for Priced Circular and Guarantee.
.Strav;nd Sheop. 83 West Bay St.
1BEt> I3lCT & McCONIHE,


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