The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00139
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00139
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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FLA. THURSDAY FEB. 21 1889. "
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cot- .k Cocoa. Mr. Taylor is having his yacht Mack Melbourne. Mr. Ansel J. McCall, of Bath, X. Y., Minis.
thermometer was away up in theflrfiHes mac overhauled and fitted in
Per, i flie up perfect Beautiful and whose arrival noted last week has
days lovely nights last was

:1 Ic.star.; j Ja, coats were in order. trip that is sure to be full of delight week.We gone on a visit to other parts of the days. .
State. He was delighted with this
,, have number of
a really excellent
: Methodist Sunday-school was organ- for all who are so fortunate as to make Religious services at 11 a. m. Sunday
uit and the climate
country and he
oarswomen in the circle of says,
i .}I j-d in Hill's Hall on last Sunday, and up the pleasure party. Mr. and Mrs here. our acquaintance the people also. :Mr. McCall carefully by the Rev. Mr. Temple. '. "

.! Aoat thirty- children were enrolled. Bell! of Berlin, Wis., ,are expected to examined the shell mound on Major Mrs. R. A. Beck returned from Jack-

'{ /fl e father of Dr. :I. B. Sams, of Court- arrive in time to join in the cruise of the Captain and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Graves' place and found pieces of pot- sonville l\Iondayafternoon.

* -.,yJT for his home in Beaufort S. C. Mackinacf It will be remembered by Mrs W. H. Gleason, of Eau Gallic, were Mr.A.J. is f ---
,., ,left tery and other evidences of their con- Hendry visiting his brother,
*. that calling on friends here on Wednesday
I ,. :: JD Monday. some Mr. Taylor and his party, last. struction by Indian builders. Mr. W. N. Hendry, of this place,

..,<';"; '. ass Margaret RileY a lovely_ young while offon their fishing cruise last winter The Rockledge under the management Mr. Fiffield and Mr. ".. W. Edson, of
We noticed Mr. W. H.
caught immense Adams
an saw-fish went
)jfljy from Brooklyn, N. Y., is visiting Indian at the down of Capt. Mercier, has been arriving much Boston, Mass., are guests at the Hia '_
:lJ River Inlet which measured as postal clerk last Thursday in .
cousin, Mrs. A. Dixon of Cocoa. over earlier than of yore. We are to watha. ,
jer sorry
sixteen feet and weighed more than the place of Mr. R. S. Dickens who was
5ext Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. afternoon thousand pounds. The a called away on business. learn that the boiler sprung a leak on Mr. J. W. Thompson was down a few
.). -;: services: will be conducted, as usual, and saw was preserved Sunday afternoon just as the boat was days this w eeklookingafter' his interests ,
carried off Music I ,
k' as a trophy, to be on the waters can be heard i
Michael's Episcopal Church at about to leave for the Melbourne and at this place.
ja St. used as substantial evidence of the "big nightly, and the sound of merry laughterat Atlantic I .
Ry. pier. The boiler we believeis
., OxwuJJr. fish story," and no one could be doubtful the mishaps or mistakes of 'some : Quite a hunting party went out Monday -
t : old
: quite to but
8S ., W. Wilson, of Courtney went of its truthfulness after viewing the mon noyice are, also, frequently noted. enough registered, consisting of Messrs. Fiffield Ed-
was considered to be in No .
_l' dove to his grove at Eau Gallic on Sat ster saw. good son Mims, China and Ward. We did not
- : .;- The ladies seem to enjoy these splendid one was injured though the break was a
- J::. jjcky with a party of men to work and It is learn if they were successful or"not.. .
>) < purposed by the Hodgson Brother moonlight nights when river and creekare large one and flooded the deck.
.,.ii.:, put it in order. and Mr. J. M. A most enjoyable evening was spentat
: Lee to organize. in smooth as a mirror and);listen like a Capt. 11'. II. Scott and Messrs. A. E.

. Sunday morning and afternoon services about a week, daily excursions to Canav- sheet of silver under the, rays of .the and Thos. Heston, of Palatka Alex the the sociable at Mrs. Strahan's Friday

Ir. were held in St. :Michael's Episco- eral Light House. The moon. ; ( evening. The unraveling of the cobweb
> parties are to
J' :: Church by Rev. S. B. Carpenter leave Great and Thos. the Less), with the caused quite a lot of fun, and the party
L pal at o'clock. a. m. and There are few places where ladies can sloop Bertha, stopped over night here ,
,;;-.."' of Florida. was favored by vocal and instrumentalmusic.
ircbdeacon return at 7 o'clock
11.! p. m the same day, enjoy themselves with greater freedom They claim to have "cleaned up" everything .

,J firs and Mrs. Fred Taylor arrived at on a steamer that will land at Courtney. : and more perfect immunity from intru- I along the river. With a light host and About hostess 10:30 all bade the kind I

..r 1t Cocoa some days since from their home There conveyances will be awaiting and sion than here-either walking, rowing, : wind free, she sails well, but Friday to the next good-night social. looking forward -

.in Grand} ltapids,Mich., and are luxuriously the excursionists driven over to the Ban- or sailing, etc. morning Capt. C. J. Hector's yacht, the 1.

settled for the winter in the elegant ana River The drive across the prairie, Aukona. {
o Miss Marsh has bought another lot Flirt, with a single reef and a very light I

'.r home of their son, Mr. A. A. Taylor. I Illi. dotted with oases of tall ferns and from Mr. Camp fronting on New Hayen breeze, beat her for several miles ; when The Steamboat Company are com "

',' Bradley Redfield of Philadelphia, 1 1Pl. palm trees, and through the luxurious avenue and Crane Creek and is having the breeze freshened she began to over- pleting the wharf house and bulkheada .r

:.. : '< .t .,:was, warmly welcomed by his old and hammock land-with many of the oak it cleared. Work has commenced on her haul the Flirt, who shook out her reef much needed improvement. -

new friends in this section. The trees that measure six feet in circumference little and left Miss Bertha in the t
, BiDj! cottage on the bluff.: considerably C. T. McCarty was at Fort Pierce on

, 1 only thinglackingto make him still more it -will be a rare and lovely sight, as The Annie H. made a trip to Rock- rear. The Bertha was badly out-pointed Thursday defending two criminal prose 1,

\ welcome in our midst was the addition greatly resembles an old English park, and back and out-footed all through.As cutions befure Squire McMillen.Mr. '
\ with ledge on Friday ; and on
the additional
advantage of tropical .
of his charming wife. trees and birds. Another small steamer Saturday took an excursion party for the before stated, the accident to the and Mrs. E. B. Hutchinson, of

;f ..&4': lire. M. J. Pipher, of Berlin, Wis., whospent will carry the party over the Banana River same point. They reported it as beinga Rockledge happened as she was starting Texas, have taken up their abode at the i 4

f ..? some time at Cocoa last winter, ar- and the ocean beach and lighthousewill very pleasant trip, but were "awfullytired. Melbourne Beach to deliver the bolts, Ankona House. Their future home will

J .., rived'on the steamer Rockledge last ." spikes, fish-plates and part of the rails of be on the island. I
be reached
a second delightful .
:t Thursday, and intends to remain here and Mrs. the Melbourne and Atlantic Ry., which "". H. Tancre and
drive. The lighthouse be inspected, Capt. Hodgson, Eau Gallie, family have taken
bra> monthor, two to enjoy the fine fishing may she brought down Saturday night. The J
,:tb a dip in the tempting surf enjoyed and were visiting here on Wednesday ; the up their residence here permanently. He I Ii
-- and balmy air of the Indian River, roadway is being cleared as rapidly as
.'.'fI luncheon disposed of before the home- sharpie Belle got adrift from her moor i is engaged in improving his property,

".*. Mr. C. H. Edgerton, of Kansas City, ward journey is begun.St. ings, but Mr. Hector with great promptitude the present lot of hands can do it. Maj. building, setting out trees. constructing .

/ and Mr. Jos. W. Ballentine of X. J. Graves has been clearing up the north wharf
', were 1. recovered her before she receivedany a etc.
., I and south streets on the north side of '
.y pleasant visitors at Cocoa on Monday. Hiclmel's Sew Hell.. damage.The The Osceola, Capt. B. A., Circle, with!

.. They are stopping for the season at Capt.Sharpe's Theattractive and picturesquelyplacedChurch Ocean avenue, and along the avenue Mr. Thomas LeTourneau came down
.. three steamboats make it
.. lively
Messrs. Beaujean and Whiting have be-
',akq at City Point. Not long sinceMr. I of Michael's has become still work for Mr. Whiddon to supply them from Cocoa on Monday to visit Hon. '
their lots.
. Edgerton caught, while out fishing : more a speaking evidence of the fact gun improvements on The Corwin Reynolds. They have
with wood. A gang of men were at gone up
frame of Mr. Henry's cottage is and a
'i't :, lathe Indian River, near City Point, a that the Episcopalians of Rockledge work all up the river, but expect to be back in
night Wednesday
,' cuttingand small kitchen is
building ( we suppose)
hrge sea bass, which weighed over forty
.,.R\:: Parish will, hereafter, call recreant sin- hauling wood to enable the Rock- completed.We ten days.

.('; pounds. ners to prayers, for, quite recently, a ledge to make the trip.A The register at the Romania House

>> '\ The neat little steamer Lela V., with splendid bell has been placed in its tower, had a pleasant interview with shows Mr. and Mrs. C., K Chafee to have

ipleasure party from the Hotel Indian and from this time on its mellow tones party of ladies exclusively went up Capt. O. M. Bromwell, of the J., T. & K. entertained some distinguished guests'

the creek last Friday, fishing. The trip W. By., who has been collecting statis-
Hirer, paid Cocoa a visit on Sunday afternoon will ring out a kindly welcome to divine during the past few days G. S. Miles _
was made without accident and the tics as to population, productions, ex- I
"11 another gallant captain had to worship. The bell is one of the hand- and M. J. Hogan, of Montreal; A. R. ;
,e; lunch properly disposed of, but the re- ports and imports, and in fact everything
, jump overboard just before starting back somest in this part of Florida,-and is the McConnell, of St. James; Mr. G. Trevor .
port that a vessel was engaged to come of interest all along the river. As these
extricate from' the wheel an old shirt munificent gift of Mr. and Mrs. Getman, Spencer, of England;. J. W. Stewart, of
'. after the fish was false, the sloop that inquiries are supposed to be promptedby
: and a piece of rope. We learn that the of Troy, X. Y. It was presented to the Chicago; W. M. Burgard, of Buffalo, X. A
t was seen passing up being after steam- Mr. Flagler and Mr. Young it looksas
." owner obtain both articles by congregation of St. Michaels
may applying through Y., Gen'J Agt, C. & N. W. Ry.; E. H.
boat wood instead. if be
for them to the captain.Mr. Prof and Mr?. Wm. H. Peck, of Cocoa. some moves may contemplated.The Groly, Syracuse, X. Y., of Merchants'
and from the head of
j W. S. Gavan, a representative Bal- 1 also learned, upon inquiry, that the For once we must own to have been region people Dispatch.Co. Also Dick Quay, son of
Lake Worth to Melbourne have been interviewed
timorean, in the commission business, last remaining debt of the church had "too previous" in a statement. Thoughwe the distinguished;; Senator and political
and .
\\.j Tisited the Indian River last week and been paid some months since by a generous were not "officially notified," it was thoroughly investigated.Mr. manager, and Thomas Paine, of St. Lu- '
Bromwell recalled
A.t: did good work for his house. Mr. Kil- gift of money sent by Rev. Wm. so near it that we considered the infor- was suddenly to cie. A fine showing for our little town. :
.1ft Palatka but to return in few .
expects a
longh widower of New Xeilson IcVickor, of Philadelphia. The mation correct, and so stated that Mr.
'if a dashing young days and then our neighbors of Eau We will be glad welcome as perma- :
from Doctor McVickor Branch had sold out his store business. ,
"'r'l: York also bent all the money was pre-
on gathering
up nent settlers Mr. Dwyer and Mr.
Gallie and the river will have Tynall, !
..r-.:, tasiness and information on fruits and sented through Mrs. Peck, and was especially The sale, we are told, is "off," and Mr. upper a
two men of intelligence and merit.
call. Capt. Bromwell was a guest at the young
used to for the beautiful Weyth has returned to his home at Winter -
vegetables made most lasting impression pay
a Goode House. He was highly pleased They expect to join us soon. They have
.tl in both businessand stained glass windows. There are in the Park.A .
upon our people a here and
with our beautiful B. I. R. and the purchased property propose to

' social way. church, also, several" very beautiful party, consisting ofIr.. L. C. country around it, and was surprised at improve extensively. OCCASIONAL. I IThe
"Memorial Windows whose effect adds
Mr H. J. Tiffin, of Courtney, spent Oliver, Titusville ; our two contractors, the amount of business Gone here.
Saturday Cocoa. The l ladies infinitely to the very effective interior Messrs. LaRue P. Ely and Jas. F. Cobweb Social. j
and Sunday at Hays,
decorations of the church. The chancel Capt. Wilcox is the right man in the The Cobweb Social at Mrs. Strahan's'
have had of alligator Mr. S. F. Gibbs and Mr. James Holmes
rather a monopoly I
windows three in number right place ; he has the push and energy last Friday evening was well attended -
are a memorial
slippers, belts, etc., but Mr. Tiffin a banker, from Mich., went over Sunday
.I has the honor jof originating and intro- to th late Bishop Young, of Flor- afternoon on the Annie H. to the railway required to crowd matters. We only and voted l-y all, not only a completesuccess
wish we had more like him. He has but of the and
ida and rich in their one unique
; j ducing the very unique and also beautiful and are coloring.especially fig- pier, and walked over to old ocean to geta been busy clearing and grubbing the enjoyable of our entertainments. The
; fashion in belt, cap and slippers made breath of invigorating air. They were
way for railroad, as well as the streets, lower network of
Looking at those windows, which add rooms were a complete
of much with the of the
rattlesnake skin. The made u pleased prospects
and hotel site. He will clear
I avenues white cord, representing to perfection a
so much to the beauty of the church I .
and place.A
conventional Scotch shape
' building, I was reminded of a most exquisite (beside Ocean avenue) four streets run- huge spider-web. At 8 o'clock the bell
Born as a neglige, is a becoming and convenient -
tr .' passage from one of Doctor Wendell bathing party visited Melbourne ning north and south and seven streets for order sounded, the numbers were

A, ..; article of dress. Holme's writings where he uses the Beach on Friday and another on Satur- between river and ocean ; this will give called and the unwinding of the web

;Yom'Y'f...>.Y <....' Mr. XX W. Harrison is busily engaged simile of the stained glass window to express day. The water was just right, the day Capt. W. about six hundred lots to set- commenced which was of itself real

in shipping the oranges off his grove and a thought that, no doubt, has often delightfully pleasant, and the air being tle upon. We understand a hotel, to accommodate sport, but the genuine fun came when the

that of his sister, Mrs. Wade. His new come to many of us, but to none has been warmer than the water, prevented any one hundred and fifty guests, ends of the webs were reached. Suffice ito .

iv 1. pacting-house is just finished and is quite given the power to express it so exquis- feeling of chilliness. All enjoyed them will be built or started very soon. Capt. say, Florida's reputation for bugs in

anandsome structure, two stories high, itely as he. I take the liberty of quotingthe selves immensely. Think for a moment Wilcox is very enthusiastic over the general and spiders in particular was

painted white and stands about a hundred passage: "These little colored patchesare what weather the middle of February prospects and advantages of the place.It fully sustained by the queer collection

feet from his residence, upon which like stains upon the windows of a brings at the north, and compare with certainly is a beautiful location ; from Later in the evening some fine music,

:, York is still going on. We enjoyed being human soul. Stand on the outside, theyare the above. most points both river and ocean can be both vocal and instrumental was fur

shown through the packing house, and of color seen. The distance across is much less nished by the guesta. The next social
dull and meaningless spots ; The latest news we have heard concerning .
: found it the most convenient and com than at any point further north. Capt.
will be entertained at the Hiawatha Friday -
plete seen from within, they are glorified the new steamboat line is that Wilcox has built a shanty large enoughfor

of its kind we ever saw. shapes, with empurpled wings and semi- they; propose to build a boat on the river an old-time political wigwam, and is evening, March. .1.

The splendid Barnes place is literally bright aureoles." and have it ready by September 1st, the camping there. The object is to use the

'"blooming as the rose" under Mrs. Conkera building for a shop after Captain W.'s For Sale,
Long may the voices of worshippers expense of getting a boat around, thatis
house is finished. With six or seven An excellent Sailing Flat-bottom Boat,
admirable beautiful -
supervision. The borders and the silvery tones of the new built elsewhere, being a big item. We ladies in the party there is no danger of 23 feet long, beam 8 feet, draws 14

park of palmettos and flower bell ring out the glad tidings that St. were told "by one in the ring" that Capt. anyone getting lonely. All seem to en- inches of water with brick ballast,under

Grounding the house are greatly imProved Michael's has an earnest and enthu- Paddison was going to Savannah to lookat joy the quietness, the bathing and the ceiling. Sloop-rig, with new sails of 8oz.

4 by the mowing and trimming siastic congregation, who invite and welcome a boat there that was reputed to be pure air, and say they are having lots of duck. Boat in first-class order throughout. -

they have recently received. We regret all who will accept the shelter of very fast. fun. For further particulars enquire at f
STAR office. 44
- i to learn that this beautiful is to be the
place its protecting care. A VISITOR. .
ld A pleasant occurrence was the flag NOTICE.Sealed .

and that Mr. Barnes and
Lyman --- -Captain I. E. Brown returned to Ti-
family I raising on Saturday last, Major Graves bids will be received by A. A.
will not spend the winter in Rock- For Sale. usville on Monday, having stopped fora
Stewart clerk of Circuit down
ledge I laving procured a large American flagto Court to short while at Clarcona, in Orange conn-
as has been their custom for the
I March 4th 1889 for
Goods constructing abridge
Millinery Dress Making, Fancy
past be presented to the party completingthe tHe says that our little town has .
several The Barnes Cottage across St. Sebastian River,according -
f years. and Notion Establishment, Washington '
life in it than place he has seen
Ii: :., has J been rented for the season by Mrs. I ton Av., Titusville, Fla A well estab- first house ; the flag was, therefore' to specifications on file in clerk's of- in more the State for the size any of it. *
and well to Mrs. IL E. and Miss Grace fice. The commissioners
bertha Schaefer daughter of Prof. Peck. lished business, clean stock,neat presented county reserve
"M to be hoped that in the midst of the appointed store-2-stories. Will be dis- Cummings, whose Myrtle Cottage was the right to reject any or all bids. -Another new postoffice in Brevard
i. Witness band and seal this 10th It is called Indianola and is located
Charms of on reasonable terms. Long my county.
and beauties of our Indian River posed the first one finished. The flag was
lease-moderate rent. Suitable day of January; A. :D. 1889. between Courtney and Merritt, on
fiery Mfrs Schaefer will then ground
promised novel that produce her friends reasons will be given for selling. Address raised with appropriate ceremonies and [L.S.] A. STEWART, Merritt's Island. Mr. S. J. Field is post

*ait with so much interest. ;P. O. Box 244, Titusville, Fla. gaily waves in the pure breeze. j Clerk. master.

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CRISP CONDENSATIONS.An I I of Cumberland had io get along C. OLIVER. F. T. IIUDGgIvEiE1

>. ,a month each pin money. 3
." Ink spring has been discovered in The Duchess d'Uzes, a O J : ok E'U"DGE

'. Michigan.An who may marry Gen. ,
experiment recently made in Scot- her works of sculpture Manuela .
land proves that the,tortoise can walk a a young fellow now dead \ Dealers in
mile in four hours. love to her in her early girlhood. t

Mrs. Polk) who was mistress of the Mme. Patti is singing at
White House over forty years ago, is one night cities in England, GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

now in her 85th year. her services the sum of $3,500 S

The total resources of the widow of Mme. Patti,it will be

the late Professor Richard Proctor are her farewell tour some years ago. -SHINGLES AND LATHS. 1

stated to be only $750. The late duchess of Galliera.

It is reported that 100 of the leadingbusinesS was very benevolent. In Paris 1r
men of Denver will attend the dowed a museum of art,an G-ENER.AL H.E 1t
inauguration Washington dressed as hospital for aged men and a .RDWARJ,
cowboys.A the Brethren of the Christian
million dollars to the 1fl

the. people western of statistician the United figures States out spend that She gave a Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.

more than $1,500,000 every year' for FOR SALE. ,
chewing gum.
; Washington Territory is clearly the sA tract of land on Indian! }\ :AJNTS: AND OXLS
place for superfluous girls. Out thereit county of Brevard consisting ,
is impossible, they say, for the plainest acres; it being lot No.3, and
woman' to remain unmarried a of the northeast quarter of Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
month. and lot No. 3, being the south ,
They couldn't imagine what ailed little ter of the northwest quarter of i

Johnny Martin, of Sioux City, to fall ill 36, both in township 31 south, Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors. :
and die, but a post mortem showed thir- east. This is a very desirable ,
teen marbles in his little stomach where hammock, soil of rich quality, I I wIt

he had put them for safe keeping. for the raising of all tropical POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

A French surgeon has known of five situated at the Narrows, near
cases where men with squeaky voices office. Will sell cheap for I 1i
cut their throats in attempting suicide, particulars address TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .

had them sewed up again, and ever after E. M. LOW
their tones were like the bellowing of a Sept. 3. Brockton. TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS:
bulL Try it. No cure, no pay. CIGAR FACTORY. i
Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.

There was recently discovered cen- C. Starck Proprietor.
tral Africa village of houses built alonga HSTDIA.Sr[ RIVER NURSERIES.

street and having gabled roofs. The Yacht for of fine Havana and Do- Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertihi Bf3.
... inhabitants are of superior intelligence, t
Trade with fine
keep fcood order in the village and sleepin Cigars. supplied CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH. 1

beds raised above the ground. A Yawl-Rigged, made_at goods.Malabar Orders, Fla.promptly filled.28 JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.Clyde'sNewYorlJCIiarleston&FloridaS.S.Lifle.. 1I 1C

Mrs. Lucinda Ruggles died at Dodge-
ville Wis., a few days ago and she was 30x9ft., 4 Years Old, Well ; ---
buried in a coffin made from a walnut F. GRAY. 1
tree which her husband had felled forty Has Tender, Oil Stove, 1I

and stored to make lumber .
years ago away
S: for his own and his wife's coffins. Mirror, Hair Mattresses, Maker and Jeweller.

The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail a follows: 1
It took James Bailey, an Iowa man, Pillows, Etc. ,
over eighty-three days to get the last of John M. Dixon's Drug Store Titusville,ITa (Standard Time.) 1i 1

the tar off of him after; receiving a coat ALL WORK WARRANTED. 1f
Cost about$600 will sell f
of tar and feathers but in his case it was ,
well rubbed in for having married his -- For Jacksonville. From Jacksonville to New York.
second wife two days after the death of jST-A-UM-AlSPS: I
Apply toGeo. SEMINOLE (via. Charleaton), Fri., Feb.1, 3 p. m. IROQUOIS.?Sond'l, February 3. at 7 'a.*. l
the first. CHEROKEE(via. Charleston Fri., Feb. 8, 3 p. m. SEMINOLE Thursday, February 7. at M a >a. .
A shoe house advertised for a foreman Chester, City. Point, SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY IROQUOIS (direct), -\- Tues.,Feb. 12,3 p. m. CHEROKEE.Thursday,February li, at 2 ..&.
SEMINOLE (via.Charleston).Fri.,Feb. 15,3 p. m. IROQUOIS-Sunday, February 17, at S L.. Y
in one of their factories, closing CHEROKEE)direct), - Tnea.,Feb. 19,3 p. m. SEMINOLE/Thnrsday, February 21. it f a .. .
thus : Address stating experience and PIONEER AGENCY. IROQUOIS (via.Charleston),Fri, Feb. 22,3 p. m. CHEROKEE Sunday, February 24, at 12 sect i i't
salary expected, box 3,211, Boston." SEMINOLE(direct), - Tues., Feb. 2C,3 p. m. IROQUOIS. Thursday,February:8, at 4:21 a.m.
and address SEMINOLE, Sunday larch 3, at ff ..
They received an answer superscribed: terms sample copies a.
"Stating Experience' and Salary Expected Keystone Pigeon From Fernandina to New York.
For Fernandina.YEMASSEE .
Box 3,211, Boston.
(via. Charleston),Tues., Feb. 5,3 m. DELAWARE, Sunday, February 3, at ? p.a C
There p.
are about six thousand different P. Brevard Fla. YEMASSEE. Sunday, February IP, at 2 F a
O., county: DELAWARE(Charleston)Tues., Feb.12, 3 p,m.
descriptions of postapro; stamps in exist- GRAND SWEEPSTAKE YEMASSEE(via Charleston) Tues.,Feb. 19,3 p.m. DELAWARE, Sunday, February l", at I Po"
ence. The museum of the,Berlin post- DELAWARE(Charleston)Tues., Feb. 26, 3 Pm. YEMASSEE. Sunday February 24. at 1.. ...
DELAWARE Sunday March 3, at a.
office alone contains between four and ss:;Solid CoM Watch.Sold )
at Keystone Flying Target will for S OO.until lately
five thousand specimens, of which half residence Beat I.1.S watch In the world.Fill
at J. T. Martin's on
are from Europe and the remainderdhided February 23,1889.Event Perfect limeeeper.ranted. Heaxy War- ;Sullo! t.i? For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to i
between Asia Africa, America Hunting Case buth ladies'f
r and reue.'.ue.,wuh works i J. A. LESLIE Agent/Jacksonville; T. G. EOLR. Traffic Uanager, 35 Broadway,New Tai t i.
and Australia. r and of STEAD.Agent Fernandina. l
cues equal valuesme
A Lancaster Pa. residence No. 1, at 10 a. ;'r < Person in each laoaltiy JOHN L.HOWARD. T. F.A., Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER T. P. A..Jacksonville
was en-
/ can secure one free, i
WM. P. CLYDE & Ca, Gen'l T5 Broadway New York.
tered by a thief who ate all the food in S' vrfth--with our larye and YlI-
all Amateurs who uaoie line of HouseholdSimples.
Open to _
the house and left a note reading: These tamplet. aa
... "Thanks for the slim lunch." The ten- a contest at 10 Keystone Flying well as the watch we send
der missive was written on a linen col Fntrance fee, $2.50, including TOOT Mme for 3 month free and,and shown after you them have to those kept 'MAR :&SL GA9TNE :aJFLE
All the shooters along hate called they become your own property. Those; r
lar. This was fastened on a stick, tho target. at once' ran be sure of receiving the Patch a
other end of which was thrust into a are expected to take part in this '*. We pay all eiprem,r'eiehtetc. Address -
sic Co.. 15ox d12l'ortlandMaine.
loaf of bread.'Voman's .
= west Xn The World
sphere seems to be constantly First Prize-One 12-gauge 7J-lb. 693
for Urge or small came-made ink calibre.40 gratas pmrkna oL t
enlarging. At ManL tee, Mich., the hoop loader-value, $30.00. seWlntr.HahneFRBH] M graIns;40 ca.1.60 grains;45 cal 70 and 85 gralna. The strongest i&oadaciarmade. i
factory employs women to feed the Second Prize-One fine ,.,,/ Perfect accuracy guaranteed and the only absolutely safe rtfle r 3rHI iW
planers and do other light work of that bass-rod-value, $6.00. and goods them where we will the tend people free ca to one tea aH sizes,all weights. Prices reduced. 1
nature, and finds that they do the work ofo. t perIOD in each locality.the very ftLLA'nD Gallery, Pportlnz and Target Rifle, world renowned. TtesUa&Nf. *
Third Prize-One 25-lb. bag best ewing-machine made la Q target shooting banting,and shooting frallerles. All calibres from' 31 *
well; and at the dairy salt factories all Lthe world with all the attachment Made In fourteen different styles,prices from UIDTTU ID CJ TA VUW niVTIT rnO'
4 fLTh'J ea i Wo will also tend free a complete JMllLilt FIRE AilUlO IlDU WJL1a 1C
tho sacking and such work is done by tine or our coatly and valuable aIImple. $13,00 up. Send for Illustrated catalogue.GREEN HAILa
girls, who work on piece work and earn Event No. 2, at 2 p. .. In return we uk that yon
show what we send to those who __.... .
about$1 to $1.25 a day, and seem to like ,1 / may call at your home,and after 2 40--
the employment.The Open to all amateurs. Entrance months all shall become your own AND (PRIED FRUITS, t
iroperry. This grand machine ta PORTER & POTTER
total wool production of the worldis divided 50, 30 and 20 per :., made which after have the run out Singer:before patents patentsrunoutitsoldfor$9awiththe, I222I/ ,
estimated at 2,000,000,000 pounds. winners. ; Foreign and Domestic. .
--w ,
t attachments and sells for
Australia is tho heaviest producer, com Come All Bring :your Gun! rf' 'S.O.Best,stronptst now,most nse1 -
ing to the front with 455,570,000 pounds; time expected. FRE f tree.o fill machine capital in the required.world. All.U
then the United States, 307,588,000 those who write to us at once canse. ; Selser Bro Oom'yAgents 1I
the beat sewing-machine in the world and the
pounds; the Argentine Republic, 286- J. G. MARTIN, W. II. PIERCE of works of hieh art ever shown together America. Real Estate Dealers
t 047,000 pounds; Russia, 202,960,000; E do CO..lox 7AO,Augusta Maine. ,

Great Britain, 135,000,000. All the other gers. .
countries range each below 100,000,000. L. Hatch & Son for Bishop, Hoyt & Co's Ham-
mock Land Florida
Some of the "chain" NOTICE. Oranges,
or "progressive" Lake Worth, Dade Co.. Fla.
schemes for raising money would have Citra, Florida.
curious results if carried out. For in- The County Judge, the Clerk DEALERS IN
Circuit Court and the Sheriff
stance, one of them calls u'x>n "No.1"to
send 10 cents, and send the appeal to ty of Brevard and State of
-ten other persons, each of whom is to do meet at the Clerk's office in GOODS NOTIONS
likewise, the process being repeated fifteen House at Titusville, Florida, on COMMISSION MERCHANDISE. HAY & BRYAN,
times. Now if this "chain" should day of February, A. I). 1889, to

not be broken it would reach 1,111,111- grand and petit jurors to serve at ..Artasigan.vVoll
111,111,110 people, an impossibility, of ular spring term of the Circuit \ Crockery, Saddlery, .
course, and would net tho author of the be held in and for the county of Family Medicines Florida
Special Attention t Given Fr nits.
scheme 111111111111111. in the Seveuth Judicial Garden Sw Js, A.i D

A citizen of Lebanon Conn., got a State of Florida on the 18th day tipi

notion that an attempt to rob his house A. D. 1889, the same being I GROCERIES, 28 N. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St. IRRIGATION C08TR1C10RS
was to be made, so ho changed what Monday thereof. Let all take ,
money he had into silver, did it up care- be governed accordingly.Witness .

fully and buried it at night in a swamp my hand and seal Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. Philadelphia, Pa. Solicit Correspondence.
behind his house, carefully marking the s
of A. D. 1889.
The heavy rains of this fall obliterated day February,
A. STEW' References Seventh Nat'I. Dank Produce .
A. -
the marks, and now the careful TITTSVUXE, FLORUJg
Nat'l. Bank Mercantile
man cannot find his money, and wishes Clerk Circuit ; Agenciesor
that he had left well enough alone and any Produce House in Philadelphia. G

taken the chances of being robbed. NOTICE, SINGER p. MCNEIL, 31. D., .

THE GENTLER SEX. To all whom it may concern: YEARS. Offers his professional services to tk

Take notice that, by'virtue of -==- HIGH people of Titusrille and surrouudiBj
Cornell has 1,174 students, 1C2 of whom issuing out of the County Court of ", -_ if...:... :,. .i1.J\oD.L F ":\,., Pianos Organs country. )MedicineandSurgerjpracteeo
are young women. County, Florida, by the in all of its branches.
{ tf
\ Queen Kapiolani of tho Sandwich S. Jones, County Judge, exercising i'2S All calls left for me at Grand 1 ier 1i i

Islands is studying French. jurisdiction, I will, as the ;,. ., Hotel will be attended to promptly S6
the estate of the late William F. : ur: ; -
Miss Lucille Elstun, of Cincinnati, If
you want to purchase a
ceased offer for sale at public ":I<
rivals Mrs. Shaw as a whistler. ,
fore the Court House door in the r @
\ A Mrs. Hemstead, of Williinantic, Titusville, in said county, on the 1'1 Piano or Organ, write to the un- Oak taws louse
Conn., is 93 years old, and has made D. 18S9 the
of March,A. same dersigned or give him a call.
'\ more than 100 crazy quilts. between the hours -
.. sale day, legal tjq
if A California paper asserts that Mme. all the following real property of tjW Can sell you any of the in- Lake Worth, Dade County, Pb
Marie Roze has her projected '
given up of the said William 1'. Russell,
tour to America and Australia. to-wit: All the one undivided struments of the best and lead- New House and Newly Furnished.

Two women have been regularly licensed or share of,in and to the following Rooms single cr in Suitt
as captains of vessels,one in Newt pieces or parcels of land, situate, t tbj ing makers at prices that defy

t York harbor,the other on the Mississippi. being in the county of Brevard a i competition. NEAR THE INLET.

The academy of arts in Berne has of Florida, to-wit: Lot one (1), -
awarded tho first prize .0; painting in 15, Township 35, south of Range titrl

oil to Miss Edith Bonney, an American containing 50 acres; also 20 acres --:- Best View of Lake and Ocean, f
the southern portion of the Pianos and
girl, 36, Range 41 section 7 > Organs> sold on tie Install-
Township ,
There is little hope that the empress of I and Fishing ground
Russia will from the nervous on Indian River,the southeast DAYS' TRIAL rat And best Hunting;
recover said river thence Plan when teel) Disconnt ._ on Late 'V orth.I .
mencing on ; ,
railroad acci
the recent
shock caused by to the west back OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT. I .

dent. and westwardly northwardly; thence.eastwardly Machine;. challis has self-aettingr, is noiseless needle and to Churches on Organs- : Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks
The charitable religious organization -
er thence southwardly to the !;',ha the finest set of at tach-
of the') ng'd Daughters, started ; contain ., in a TetveMIned case. Don't pay All correspondence will receive prompt : and Tropical i lCuitivated6othTry
only a year or two ,ago now numbers as to t\\'entyacres $55 or $60 but-send for circular. Remember, attention. : Wild and
Terms cash. ,Purchaser pays our machine equal to any high-priced
-:4.. over 50,000 *' J. T. on the market. Address E. JB. WAGER, us once and you will come *S-
Thirty years ago the empress of Russia, Administrator of the estate of' The C. A. WOOD CO., Proprietor.tj
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r: ,CRISP: CON'QN rION8. .S.T.LUCIE' BoUsEI -. ; '. .. '- ..... ,.\ ,>:-;. ....' NOTICE. '. \: '1

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'- ",.) ,;"''t., ,: ,, '
> wdstOv bas been Invented to rlv8.t I would remind' Friends .: -:' ; ';" .t'-tt "'r. >1'l' .h' All persons concerned take notice that
;' ,.A folding:bed. It It con sealed Indian. River, Florida, my and Customers "8Y .. -<- '1.'S, ;'" wc, undersigned and their associates,

.fiJ aim o colonial clqck cm Having been ,that this is the month for takingan """ intend to-apply to the Legislature of ,.
Fletcberf' ; luna county- ,'Ga.. ; Re-Furnished, is NOW < Florida, at their next general session, t .

..the 1e1 proud 'owne%ofl a .fish hook that OPEN:FOR QUESTS, under die 'Management Inventory, and in seeking to for the passage ,of an Act for the following '? '

aJ..lD. constant: u0, seventy-five purpose: .r
1 r of its old and
owner. -
1st. To declare them a body corporate,
h ttle -A in,Do Kalb county, Ga,rod J.AMES :PAINE PRINTING1 under the name of the uBan! a Creek ;
z of.Susan Julia REDUCE THE. STOCK
i In tl ename MelintITjjiaria Improvement, Canal and Transit Com
Savannah Sophia, Elizabeth Proprietor, pany."
) 00 Bug'rowers. St.JLucIc,. Florida. 2nd. For a charter to open Banana
'- : the first locomotive built in this coun- 39 for this purpose, and to make way form Creek by dredging and removing obstructions -
was' christened Best Friend, and .- ---. to navigation, and make the same '
( OJ. Raworth, the man who first my thereby navigable by.steamboats and to "
t m ,
,_ :Is.stillllnng. EACOTT & CO. j- dig a canal or inlet from said Banana ..
Frenchman ,has, ,brought out an ins -' NEAT AND PBOMPT. Creek into Mosquito Lagoon, thereby '
JJtion whereby. anybody: can play> a .. TITUSVIIXE, FLA., NEAPSprllg supplying said creek with salt water and '
JJjjo without previous training, by I II I and
thereby actually draining
and other devices.Jane I
,,.< jjjgjQa: \ :: Dug Hussly, who died ,lacking less. The said corporotIon to receive '
lil tat one month of being a century old, at therefor the alternate sections of public ,
.o TTfft Orange,- N. J., had two sisters who StockI / lands on either side of the routes made
& : of 100 and 101 GUTTERING ROOFING
grg) to.the. ages years SEND YOUR 'ORDERS navigable by them for six miles, and,
\. I, jtspectivelj.Twentyfive' And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. also, the submerged lands w actually
: years. after the burial of t drained and reclaimed by them in town
;;" '';$19000 by,a Virginian a Baltimore' woIl" GALVANIZED WORK, ships 21 and 22 in Brevard county, Flor
' the in dream and
aaa located spot a -FOR- ida, and also the exclusive right to op- .
": took two witnesses with her And Repairing of all kinds
,jgjt day
A MAKING SOME erate barges and steamboats in the watersso
; i jnd dug up the com. I
4 made navigable by' them, includingthe
Mr.'Marquis, of Rearing Spring Trigg Location: MAIN ST., near right to charge toll therein and also
county, Ky., has 'just, in the course of the exclusive right to fish for profit-and
I' come across some IndianSTesTin LOW
4itCh digging
JOB PRINTING plant oysters in said Banana Creek and
one of which there is a per- -
the head of Banana River when '
feet so
nearly eight long.
. ; FOR SALE, salted by them. '
k V, Very day that the sun' rises upon the
jkmerican people it, sees an addition of 50 ACRES OF LAND I EDEN. SACRIFICING SOME GOODS. S.ROBEBT H. RAY MORROW, ,
the accumulation
y ,: 13,500,000 to of wealth z -SUCH ASLETTERIIEADS -
United States, which is J.1.. Dixon,
the equal to ..
.td is
l:;.4 one-third of the daily accumulation of all QUARTER 4, R. F. GRAY,
?. mankind outside the United States. ,

.t, An old ledger has recently been brought New House containing Five Rooms 41.60 days. MAX J. HOECK. .
: to light in Edinburgh, Scotland. It belonged SEE MYBargainCounter .
,y ( to a merchant of the Sixteenth Best of Orange and Pine-Apple Land. NOTE-1IEADS, MASTER'S SALE. '
: e tiny. At the top of the inside board

'w,. : the bookkeeper inscribed the words: Under and by virtue of a decree issuingf
,;; "God blis this bulk and kelp me and it Enquire of Goods.SHOES. BILL-h EADS, out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial

,.rr honest" JOSEPH HURST St. Lucie, Fla. Circuit of Florida, in and for Brevard ,
r The total eclipse of the sun Jan. 1 is 43_ county, in a certain cause therein de- .
" j attracting interest in scientific circles, STATEMENTS, pending, wherein James A. Carlisle is complainant -
" ind preparations arc being made to make 2O DOLLARS and Stephen Ellis and Sarah Ellis,
;.: careful observations. The totality in the \ his wife, are respondents, I will, as Masterin
.' United, States will be confined to tho WILL BUY THE FAVORITESI3ST CIRCULARS Chancery, sell, at public outcry to the
i.' northwest, and will be longest continued : G- E :a. highest and best bidder for cash, ou Ion-

in California.A \1 : day, the 4th day of March, A. D. lsS9 (the

,1.." A novej electric railway has been completed STYLE FOLDERS, same being the first ponds jn said month),
' ..: running from the shore of Lake SEWING MACHINE.With between the legal hours of sale; in front of .
b: Lucerne over a bed cut in the solid rock Especially fine Shoes Closing Out FOR the Court-house door in the town of Titus-
'.;;;, to the summit of the Burgenstock, 1,330 with nickel drop rings leaf fancy and cover a full Jet two of large Attachment drawers, INVITATIONS, ville, Florida, the following described real i
f\ : feet up. It has a gradient of from 32 to equal to any Singer Machine old for Edo and up- COST on Goods over$3.50. Too estate, to-wit: All that piece, parcel or
KJ per cent. The electricity is generated wards by Canvu ers. portion of land situate, lying and being in
much fine Stock in this
I by a,water wheel in'the River Aar. A week's trial in your home before payment is PROGRAMMES the county of Brevard and State of Florida,

'fi Ftie: rashestelution bet of the campaign asked.Buy direct from the Manufacturers and i.ave line. described as follows, to-wit: The south I
has just come to notice. The agents' profits, besides getting certificates of war J .' west quarter of the south-west quarter of section -
loser was to read every line in the Sun- rantee for 3 years. Send for testimonials to STREAMERS fourteen(14)( ),township twenty-one(:tl), .
I day edition of a New York daily. He Co-operative Sewing Machine Co., south of range thirty-four (34) east, containing
commenced his task two days after elec- 217 Quince St., Philadelphia. forty ((40) acres, more or less, according \
t tion, and expects to finish the job by z We Pay the Freight. -&3 42 DODGERS to Government surv'Y', togetherwith
: J Christmas if his strength holds out. all and singular the tenements, here

.:;. Herr Rudolph Falb, the universal provider LADIES' FELT SKIRTSAT ditaments and appurtenances thereunto be-
: : .in the matter of earthquakes, has HAVING longing or in anywise appertaining. >
issued his annual budget of alarm. He BAKERYWe Terms cash. Purchaser pays for title.
it.I3Ys that we are to have plenty of earthquakes RIVER ACTUAL,COST. Dated this 5th day of Jan.,A. D. 1889. _

next tho days which WALTER GRAIIAX,
year upon '
1- he has fixed being March 17, April 15, will Keep on Hand Every Day WEDDING CARDS, Master in Chancery,Brevard Co., Fla. i. .

May 15, Aug. 11, Sept. 9, Oct. 24 and I I LARGE LINE OF HOSIERY. 415t. '

English locomotive drivers are making ,
vigorous kick because the companies
will not provide cabs on their engines to ETC. ALSO GENTS AND BOYS' CAPS the undersigned, have this first day
Shelter them from rain, snow and storm. -TO THEFLORIDA- of January,A. D.1889,associated ourselves,
The directors claim that the cabs are rerponsible AT COST. as a body corporate, under chapter"1639"of
Bottlers of Sodawater Ginger
for many of the railroad accidents the Laws of Florida approved August8th

in the United States, because they A. D.,1868,and the amendments thereto

obstruct the view. other Drinks COLORED DRESS SHIRTS STAR under the corporate name of the "In-
The meanest man in Kansas has been Ale, and dian River Orange Growers Association.
found. He lives in Reno county, and in The principal place of the said association, '
writing to the treasurer of Sedgwick PROMPT WILL BE SOLD FOR COST. or company, shall be at City Point, Bre-
: county he used a postal card that had ALL ORDERS RECEIVE JOB PRINTING OFFICE, vard County, Florida. The general*na..

done duty once before, spending nearly ture, and main object of the business to be
three hours in effacing the old address, ATTENTION. LADIES' FELT HATS transacted by the said corporation, to be,
postmark and message. 'The postal is to I' to advance the general Interest of the
be framed and hung in the .treasurer's S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY, orange growers of Indian River, Florida,
office. FOR COST. become members ot the said association,

Mr. Edison has devised a doll with a PROPRIETORS, 0 by corporation, concert and union of action I
small phonograph inside, which talks .' ,insure good handling,rapid shipments'
when the handle turned. The phonograph TITUSVILLE, FLA. TINWARE,.CROCKERYWARE, f rf transit of their products, and a fair and
is placed in a receptacle within 40 highest market price obtainable. The :

the chest of the doll and the handle pro- WILL BE SOLD OUT CLOSE.I adoption of a corporate trade mark, and N ,
trudes. When it is turned the words apPear exclusive use of the same by the members \
.: to issue from the doll's mouth. Edison of the association, the protection of its
has also devised a clock which an- members, in the use of the same, by the ,
nounces the time by speaking. prosecution at law of all infringements,
THE SALE and counterfeiting of the same, and unau-
DOMESTIC MEASUREMENTS.Four thorized and illegal use of the same, and
t have a Large Stock of the concentration of the shipments and r
teaspoons are equal to one table- AT ROCConsisting : consignments, of the products of its members -
spoon. into the hands of as few agents, commission -
Soft butter the size of an egg weighsone of 66 Acres of Land; 44 Imported Jellies and Jams merchants, and houses, in the different

ounce. Acres Under Fence, and in cultiva- cities, towns, markets and places as .
One of coffee 'A" possible,and to obtain the best shipping
pint sugar
twelve ounces. tion in Orange and Lemon Trees, Reduced in Price 25 per cent. Pamphlet facilities,and the lowest rates of transportation -
in Bearing all in and obtainable.The .
One brown 22 Acres ; possible,
pint best sugar weighs
thirteen First-class Condition.For amount of the capital stock of the' :
ounces. corporation shall be fixed at two thousand
Two: teacups,level,of granulated sugar of ." '- five hundred dollars, to be divided-into -
apply to or inquire
weigh one pound. particulars twenty-five shares, of one hundred dollars -

One quart of sifted flour, well heaped, each, ten per cent. of which shall be
weighs one pound. 'L. A. Gingras, Esq.; paid in on the organization of the company \ a

One and one-third pints of powdered Seed Potatoes now in Stock. or association and the remainder as the
Sugar weigh one pound. Or to G. J. GINGRAS, on the Premises.at Printing. directors may require, but no more shall .a.aI

One pint heaped of granulated sugar be required, than ten per centum per an- v
Weighs fourteen ounces. Chili Reds, num, unless so authorized, at a meeting of

Two tablespoonfuls of powdered sugaror Rock Ledge, Florida.42.3m0. Early.Rose the stockholders, and ordered and directed ',
to be done, by the Board of Directors.
one ounce. The commencement of the corporation \'
Two teacups of soft butter, well Snow Flakes, shall be this the first day of January, A. D. \

'packed weigh ono pound. FOR SALE, 1889 and it shall continue in existence for \

"c, MTwo teacups:: well heaped, of coffee Peerles?. SEND YOUR ORDERS fifty years. The officers of the association '.\.l
\ A"sugar weigh one pound. 350 TREES IN GROVE or company shall be a President, Vice- \
Beauty of Hebrous.
i Two and one-half teacups, level, of tho President, a Secretary and a Treasurer,anda
test brown sugar weigh one pound. Board of nine Directors, of which Board '

.Two and three-fourths teacups, level, 200 Six Years Old, All Bearing. PAMPHLET PRINTINGOF the officers shall be members. Such officers "" \
l' *powdered sugar weigh one pound. I shall be elected;on the first Wednesday \ 'j
One tablespoonful, well heaped, of Orange Grove on Fine Hammock Land. of, and in the month of December, annual- :1 \ j
the annual meeting of the Stockholders -
c granulated coffee **A" or best brown ly, at :
,. Itlgar equals one ounce. TWO SMALL FRAME HOUSES, My officers.,except, and after the first electionof ::'- I i

Teaspoons vary in size, and the new The amount of indebtedness
Porch 22ft. highest ,
ones hold about twice as much as"the 10x12 and 15x12, ALL .DESCRIPTIONSTO which association, shall .incur shall not I
wd fashioned spoons of thirty years ago About 1,500 Trees in Nursery, GROCERY STOCK exceed the sum of one thousand five hundred "). I I
:. i.od1"bn sized teaspoon contains a 25 Bearing Peach Trees, Blooming, dollars. 1 :
: ?a.-The Journal.
40 Lime Trees, THEFLORIDA'- W. II. Sharpe, E. P. Porcher.. G. S. ;:

c Jane Hading feels' highly flattered by 7 Lemon Trees, Bearing Was never, more complete, attractive. Hardee, J. Norwood, C. B. Magruder,
f we popularity of the veil which bears 15 Plum Trees, small, L. B. Dennison, Wm. A. Simmons, J. F.

J 3*name Even as.far west as St. Louis 2 Apple Trees, f Wooten,E. Vi'. Hall. Lewis R. Ord Walter
|he has 'found American women walk- 2 Pear Trees STAR Goodyear J. G. Gingras, G. J.GingrasL. "
!PS the streets with their heads incased 5 Mulberry Trees. A. Gingras, A. L.Hatch,J.D. Hatter,

v 11 what looks like a fly trap. Hading was Flowers, Roses, Etc. A. Brady F. C. Macomber,J. M. Sanders,
Lewis Pone, Robert C. May, E. A. Chat-
JJ&sed by remark of a Chicago wo-
I 1nai who was asked why she wore such 17J ACRES OF LAND.,IN ALL. GEO. B. RUMPH, JOB ,PRINTING OFFICE. field, T.E. Hardee, H. P. Share, G." -.

-an unbetominK affair. ."Ohn she an- Price, $2,500. Holmes, A. J. Whitcock Geo. E. Chester,
: ?ed, "my' French pronunciation is ADDERS TITUSYILLE :FLA. : T. H.. Sanders, A. W. Hardee, W.' P.
' ; ,gays better when'I have the Hading .' .., Titusville et .F1a. Moon, B. J. Mims, A. N. Mathes. -
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THE FLORIDA STAR. the whitewashing, 'order-such as were a fact which is Irritating to the. last degreeto An Englishman or a Frenchman
the of his attention. When a man will carer
sent down the Kissimmee Valley a few Jonathan and His Continent objects ask you what yon think of England or I'taDce.
feels that he has some worth, he likes to be
PUBLISHED EVERY '.THURSDAY. for thepurpose The Prmchmnn does not doubt
; years ago, during dry season, '\ loved or hated; to, be treated with indifference that hiicco

':': ELLIS' WAGER Editor 1 and MMer. the drainage of reporting operations the wonderful of the Atlan-effectof By Max O'Bell, Author of"John Bull and can as Is a galling.parvenu John,and Bull smiles looks with on incredulityW the Az erf- try the subject Is beyond at competition all, it is to congratulate If h*enter fate tfca

.. p' itranger upon coming to bait it.
': $i.0 per Annum.at tic and Gulf_ Coast Canal and Okeechobee H* Ia1an ," "John Bull Jr., you say that American society Is not The Englishman Is perfectly

.: Titusvillcas Land Company, and compliment Etc-* and Jack Allyn. only brilliant and witty, but quite as polishedas that his England Is the first country persuaded talk
Entered at the Post OfficeSecondClass the best European society.It *
them upon their work Our committeeis world and that everybody admits it, and the
Hatter. is this'haughty disdain which exasperates
a "bona-fide" affai, with a chairman [Translated by Mme. Paul Blouet. Copyrightedby idea of asking an outsider for his opinion of
Cassell & Co New York and published by Americana
It would
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor whose heart and soul is Brevard county.It special arrangement through the American Press Jonathan has forgotten that the English never enter his head. He would
think it
Brevard county. is refreshing to have a senator Association. Paul Blouet (Max O'Rell) is a remarkably were once his oppressors; he forgives them to ridiculous, so amusing, *> g%' -
clever Frenchman, who has devotedhis tesque, that any one should tell him England
The Star has the Largest circulationof capable and with, the will to introduce'resolution a talents mostly to satirizing the AngloSaxonrace. for the war of 1812; without forgetting it, was not at the head of all nations, that ba

any paper on the East coast of Fla. couched in such unmistakable The book from which the following extracts he forgives them for having, during the civil would not take the trouble to resent it. Ha
are made Is his latest production and material sided with the slave owners; but he cannot
---- --- _- --- --- language as the above, and now that he for it was gathered during his recent visit war would pity the person, and the matter wont

QUERY-If the yellow fever germs has done his duty it behooves the citizensof to America.] .__ forgive an Englishman for coming to his go no further.

r drove- our navy from Port au Prince, will this senatorial district to support the CHAPTER L dinner table in a tweed suit.CHAPTER CHAPTER IV.

Bismarck's germs, drive them away from efforts of their representative, and when The population of America is sixty millions III. The American men are genersUr t.hfz.

Apia? committee, which has been appointed -mostly colonels. A nation scarcely more than a hundred Their faces glow with InteHigenca cad

.' through his efforts, arrive upon the scene If the earth Is small America is large- and years old, and composed of many widely different energy, and In this mainly consists their

WE note in an exchange that Governor of its investigations, to do their utmost the Americans are immense! elements, cannot, in the nature of bNl"'esI. The features are bony, the

J. D. Beggs Yes, sixty mfllionsl-all alive and kicking marked characteristictraits. forehead straight, the nose sharp and cftm
., Fleming has reappointed in aiding them in their work by showingthe possess very
From east to west America stretches overa pinched looking In its thinness. At time CDs
the Seventh
;. Esq., as State's Attorney for great injury done thissection in with-
seems to recognize the faces
The breadth of more than 3,000 miles Hereit There are Americans in plenty but the something cf
Judicial Circuit for another term. from sale all State lands within
holding the Indian tho
type, temples indented the
is well to put some readers on their guard, American does not yet exist. ,
appointment is a justly-deserved one. ten miles of Indian River, and urging in case an American should one day put to The inhabitant of the northeast states, the cheek bones prominent, the eyes small, team

I. and suggesting whatever legislation may them one of his favorite questions: "Whereis Yankee, differs as much from the western and deep set.

A statistician has estimated that during be necessary in order to open the State the center of America I myself imaginedthat man and the southerner as the Englishmandiffers As for the women, I do not hesitate to aj

the_ last three years defaulters have carried lands, or at least a part of them, to cash starting from New York and pushing from the German or the Spaniard.For that in the east, In New' York espedaBr,
from this country to Can- westward one would reach the extremity of example, call a Yankee "a cad," and they might perfectly well be token for
$4,000,000 It is that at this
.. purchase. true, even rrencn womm. it is tne same type tea same
America at San Francisco. Notso he will get out of the room, remarking:
ada. Probably they will carry more than time, an actual settler can get eightyacres on arriving gait, the sane vivacity, the same petulance!: ,
"You sir but that
He knows so, nothing.
and here Jonathan has you. say proves
three if an extradi- the same amplitude of proportions
that next years the land for
by living a cer- Call "a cad" and he will
upon you are going to answer wrongly, and if you a Pennsylvania man The of American
tion treaty is not negotiated and approved. tain period (one year or more), and by want to please him, you must let yourself be get out of temper and knock you down. Calla that of beauty the men, is due much more women to the animation sib- ,

rather making specified improvements secure I caught in this little trap, because it will give real westerner "a cad" and he will get out of the face than to form or cold: .
New York is witnessing the his revolver and shoot dead the
him such satisfaction to put right. At you on spot.
This is what
their claim. not we want. you The average of good looks is very high boo .-
novel sight of a bicycle contest between Son Francisco it you are not quite Should a minister indulge In unorthodox '
It is an injustice that now, when the deed. I do not remember to have seen roe
ladies. The ,contest will continue half way, and the center of America is reallyin theories in the pulpit, the eastern man will
young hopelessly plain woman during
of the capitalists of the country are my
eyes content himself with his head and
the Pacific Jonathan than shaking ,
and there ocean. more
six days from the opening, are ramble through the states. .
ride in woolen being directed to Florida as an immense doubled the width of his continent in 1867, going to another church to perform his de- American r:
contestants who women generally enjoy that
fourteen and jockey sugar producer in the near future by re- when for the sum of $7,000,000 he purchased votions the Sunday after. The Pennsylvanianwill second youth which nature bestows aLo en ,

leggins, tight-fitting jackets ports of the remarkable results obtainedin Alaska of the Russians.In open a violent polemic In the newspapersof numbers of French women. At 40 they
caps. What shall we have next in this America, everything is on an immense the locality. The Kansas man will wait
the neighborhood of Kissimmee, and bloom out into a more.majestic beauty. The :
scale the of the citizens of the for the minister at the church door and give
country : just pride :
the advance guard of investors already in eyes retain their fire and luster, the skin: does
< Is fed the of its him a sound thrashing.On .
Young Republic by grandeur
the hands neck and
wrinkle arms re-
the State in search of suitable bod-
JOHN G. BORDEX, of New York, a win- large rivers, mountains, deserts, cataracts, its sus- board the steamer we had five Americans main firm and white. It is true that In
Cove Fla. ies of land for the culture of cane and pension bridges, its huge cities, etc. who passed the eight days of the voyagein ,'
ter resident of Green Spring, America hair turns gray early, but, so far
has offered a premium of $1,000 for that erection of mills, it is a burning injusticethat Jonathan passes his life in admiration of playing poker. The smoking room rang from detracting from the woman's charms it
r Brevard where the rich all that is American. He cannot get over it. from morning to night with the oaths that
in Florida which on July 1 county, gives her an air of distinction and is often f
town ,
city or prairies of the St. Johns offer unrivalled I have been through part of the country, they uttered every time they laid a card on positively an attraction.The .

1889, shall present the most cleanly condition and I cannot get over it either. I am out of the table. They were so fluent with them New Yorkers and Bostonians win bars
for the
in public and private premises.The capabilities sugar industry, must breath, turned topsy-turvy. It is pure conjuring that they hardly used the same twice in an It to be that Chicago women have encrmoa

State Board of Health about to be stand bound and fettered by the "canal it is Robert Houdin over again hour. Their stock seemed inexhaustible. On feet and hands. I was willing to believatkii )

and St. Au- reserve", and see the Kissimmee Valley, occasionally perhaps Robert Macaire too- Sunday after breakfast a young lady sat ;.:
constituted to act as judges, up to the day I went to Chicago I found
with inferior natural become but let not Give time to down to the piano and began playing hymns.
gustine and Green Cove Spring are to be advantages, us anticipate. me the Chicago women and those of tha west S
recover breath and set ideas in order. What happened then Our five poker players
dotted with sugar-mills and thriving my my generally, pretty, with more color than their (
debarred from competing.AT round the for two ,
gathered lady
These Americans with unheard-
towns. It would only be an act of jus- are reeking I eastern sisters,only, as a rule quito slight,net k
of-ness, I can tell you that to begin with. hours sang psalms an4 holy hymns to the to thin.

TALLAHASSEE.: tice for the State Legislature to removea My ideas are all jostling in ;my poor old edification of the other occupants of the That say which is lacking in the pretty American 1: ,

From the Times-Union we clip the following part of the restrictions now existingand European brain. There is no longer any- saloon. faces of the east is color and freshness t
controllingthe disposal of our lands thing impossible, and the fairy tales are I was dumfounded.
in regard to the Board of Health The complexion Is pale, and it Is only their
so that the capitalist insearch of a large child's play compared to what one may see In France we have men who swear, and plumpness which comes to their rescue after i
Bill which the Conference Committee is everyday. Everything is prodigious, done men who sing hymns. The Anglo-Saxon race ...
body of land could purchase at the State SO and prevents them from looking faded
considering: price. by steam, by electricity: it is dazzling l andI alone can furnish men who ,do both with fhnsfl who remain thin generally faffcqoteMT I

The Senatehas"indefinitely postponed" no longer wonder that the Americans onlyuse equal gusto. the complexion becomes the color of whir/ l
Now i* the time to rid ourselves of the In what other than America could
their in the country
adjectives superlative.As
the House bill,No;8, establish a Board brown paper and wrinkles freely.If
iniquitous burden which for the last five an illustration of what I advance, hereis such an anecdote as the following be told It
of Health which brings the final issue American women went in for more out '
.... which years* or more has retarded our progress a letter that I received from an American, is the most typically American anecdote I door exercise; if they let the outer air pec- I ,
I down to the Senate bill, on and development. It is now or never. A in the iconth of May, 1SS7, and which finally heard in the United States. It came from : trate constantly into their rooms; If they
Conference Committee i is now sitting. and Mr. Chauncey Depew it is said. But for t
committee for the purpose of bona-fide investigation decidea me to go see America. It is gave up living hothouses, they would have ;
The Senate has concurred in the House dated from Bosto: that matter when a good story goes the some color, and their beauty need perhaps

amendment substituting for Section 6 has been commissioned to inquire "DEAR SIR-I was on the point of takingthe round of the states, it is always put down to fear no competition in Europe.CILPTERV. .
into our wrongs, and he who will Mr. Depew,Mark Twain or the late Arteinus
the amendment to Section 12, regulatingthe boat at 12 today, to go and have a talk b
not spare a few hours in meeting them with you about an idea which occurred to me Ward.A .

appointment of freeholders to appraise and speeding them in their work by tell yesterday; bnt as I have already been across new minister had been appointed in a t Jonathan admires all that glitters even

property condemned to be de ing in plain words is three times, and in a month or six weeks little Kentucky town. No sooner had he I that which is not gold. In his eyes the sir i H
our surely
stroyed. Other amendments were adopted without wrongs, shall have to set out for St. Petersburg and taken possession of his cure than he set about i cess of a thing answers for its quality, and ;';
for the future of
regard Brevard.
among the number one to Section 12, Japan I am desirous, if possible, of arrang- ornamenting the church with stained glass the charlatanism that succeeds Is superior to k lei:

requiring health officers to visit points .1 Recommendation. ing the matter I have at heart by corre windows of gorgeous hues. This proceeding the merit that vegetates. The dollar Is not

spondence." aroused the suspicions of several parishioners, only the unit of the monetary system; it Is .

where two or more railroads meet, and To Growers and Shippers of oranges: "Good heaven!" I exclaimed "this is a who imagined that. their new pastor was inclined also the unit of the metrical system. 1":

an amendment to Section 18, regulatingthe This will introduce Mr. G. W. Shall- man I must make the acquaintance of; I to lead them to Rome. A meetingwas I was chatting one day with on American

disposition of the fund realized from cross, of New York, a gentleman that I must go and seo Jonathan at home one of called, and it was decided to send a depu- about the famous CoL Robert IngersoIL -

the forfeiture of official bonds. Our cor- have shipped orangss, etc., for a numberof these days." tation to the minister to ask him to explainhis "He is your greatest orator, I am told* I !

respondent thinks the extra session will years, and take pleasure in caving, And as soon as circumstances allowed, I I I conduct, and beg him to have the offending said. i
good results. Have found him .
an windows removed. fin the :
trunks took cabin board "Yes he replied MIngerscH can
packed a on one
with its work to-day the
get through honorable and fair dealer and promptoay. /.
of the brave "White Star" liners, and set out The head of the deputation was an old man Metropolitan opera house any day, and haTe
for which it called H. L. HART
business was beingcompleted.
Palatka Fla. to see Jonathan and his continent., of Presbyterian proclivities whose austeritywas five thousand dollars the house.1' f
Feb. 19 89.
well known in the town. He fire k-
opened Certainly that ia: a curious way to speak

Dr. SmiUt, or Dn).toiia, YTouiuN CHAPTER IL by addressing the reverend gentleman thus: of a great orator, a great writer and a great

SEXA TOR HARDEE T WORK. i Capt. Douglass Daiigcrouslj.Special When a man of average intelligence returns "We have waited upon you, sir, to begthatyou thinker. .'
will remove those painted windows from I need not that I speaking cf
am now
The following resolution was intro Correspondence: TimesUnion. home after having made a voyage to a say
land he cannot formeda our church as soon as possible. We are simple the average American, not the litterateur cr hr
foreigQ help having
duced in the Senate last week by Sen- DAYTONA, FLA., February; 16. On certain number of impressions, and he hasa folks God's own light is good enough! for the man of good society. 'r '

ator Hardee and passed by a large Wednesday evening about 8 o'clock, Dr. right to communicate them to his friends. us, and we don't want,to have it shut out by It would be quite possible for an actress to ',

vote : I C. B. Smith, dentist, accompanied by his They are but impressions, notes taken by the all those images"- attract large audiences all through a tear t\'

WHEREAS, About 98,000 acres of land father, went to the residence of his wife, wayside, and if there is an error committedby The worthy man had prepared a fine harangue from New York to San Francisco, net lie- .

has already been conveyed by the Trus- who had separated from him and is now any one, it is by the critic or the reader, and was going to give tho ministerthe cause of incontestable talent, but because sba ;F 3

tees of the Internal Improvement Fundto seeking a divorce. lIe rapped at the when either of these looks for a perfect pict- benefit of it all; but the latter, losing traveled In a magnificent palace> car of her ::

the Florida Coast Line Canal and door ure of the manners and Institutions of the patience, thus interrupted him: own. :!

Transportation Company, and over one for admittance but was refused. people the author has visited instead of 'Excuse me, you seem to bo taking high I saw, In an American paper, the appearance '

million acres of land has been withdrawn lIe asked for some papers, etc. :Mrs.: simple impressions de voyage. Certainly, if ground; who are you, may I ask"" of Miss Minnie Palmer spoken of b tM

from sale by said Trustees for said com- Smith declined to have any communication there is a country in the world that it would "Who am IP repeated the good old spokesman. following terms:

., pany ; with him, referring him to her at- be impossible to judge in six months, that "Pm a meek and humble follower of "Minnie Palmer will wear all her diaa'

And Whereas, It is the opinion of many torneys, Messrs. Hamlin & Stuart, of country is America, and the author who, in Jesus, that's what I am and.-d-n you in the third act." I

-1 i people, who are competent judges in such DeLand. Dr. Smith insisted such a little space of time, allowed himself to who are your The booking office was besieged: all day

matters, that no benefit has accrued to on cominginto fail into the error of sitting in judgmentupon Without traveling very far, without even and, in the evening, money was refused Aa

the said Internal Improvement Fund or the house and broke in a panel of her would write himself down an ass. quitting the eastern coast of America, you amusing detail was tho arrival of a. good

the State of Florida; the door, and leveled a pistol at the head To form a really exact idea of America one will see a complete difference in the spirit of fourth of tho audience at 10 o'clock, to sea p c 4

And Whereas, The route of said canal, of his wife. Captain Wade Douglass, who would need to live twenty years in the coun- towns that are almost neighbors.In the diamonds in the third act. rr
so far as transportation and navigation are
concerned, has been more injured than was calling on Mrs. Smith, rushed fgr- try, nay, to be an American, for I may add New York for instance am not speak-
I ing now of tho literary society, of which I
that in the best books that exist VL
: opinion CHAPTER
improved by the work done on said route; ward to prevent the murder. In the my
And Whereas, Great injury has been scuffle the pistol exploded, the ball strik- upon the different countries of tho world shall speak later-in New York, it is your Man has been perpetuated to expiate thatransgression
have been written natives of those money that will open all doors to you; in
done to the improvement and development by countries of his first parent by hard labor.
ing Captain Douglass in the right shoul- Never has author written of the Boston, it is your learning; In Philadelphiaand
of the country adjacent to the an Jonathan is a proof of it. lIe labors ha tout,
route of said canal by the withholding of der, making a severe wound. Smith then English like Thackeray; never have the: Virginia, it is your genealogy. Therefore and the sweat of his brow crystallizes open tha

said land from purchase by actual settlers made his escape to the woods. Mr. Smith, Scotch been painted with such fidelity as by if you wish to be a success, parade your arms and neck of his beloved wcoanUnd ia

; therefore, be it sr., was arrested accessory, and also a Ramsay; and to describe Tartarin it needed dollars in New York, your talents in Boston the form Of diamonds.To .

Resolved, That a committee three be spectator who was attracted by the noise not only a Frenchman but a Provencal al- and your ancestors in Philadelphia and Rich the American woman the dianaomd is
appointed, whose duty it shall be to as- Tarasconnais.It mond. cf
Dr. most a I not an object of luxury, it Is aa object
certain the amount of land conveyed and Dr. Smith has not yet been must be allowed that Jonathan has good Scarcely has a foreigner set foot In the, prime necessity. An English old maid vccll

the amount of land held in reserve for the caught. :Mrs Smith, being afraid to stayat reason to mistrust his critics. Most books on United States before they ask him what he do without her tea before aa Americsa

Florida Coast Line Canal and Transpor- her home, went to the Palmetto House, America have been written by Englishmen.Now thinks of the country. Nine persons out of woman would go without rl't.rnnnd"

tation Company, and to make a thorough and during the night the house''.\:1S ran- the English ore of all people, those every ten you speak to put these three questions If good stylo consists In cot dots;what the
of the .work done
investigation said
course, and whether such work has on improved sacked presumable by Dr. Smith, for the who can the least easily get rid of their preju- to you: vulgar do,'good style in America ocgslto
(1) "Is this first visit to Americar'C
dices in of America. ditryrxhnnlAta
referred speaking They are ccnsfst for one thing In wearing no
the natural papers to. Captain l
navigation or injured Douglass
) long have been P
obliged to admit that the Americans have you should demand thin lipof
channels of the rivers, bays and lagoons walked to his home across the street and (3)( ) "How do you like our country
made their way pretty well since they have
which the work equality.
claims to have
through Drs. Wallace and Mayer were called to been their but John There are even some who push curiosity
been done, and that said committee report own masters; Bull has When you see diamonds the ears of hop
: in full its findings under this resolution attend him. The physicians say the always a rankling remembrance when be further, and do not wait until you have arrived girls and factory girls, they are sham gems

to the Senate as soon as practicable wound is dangerous but not necessarilyfatal. looks at America, of the day that the Americans to ask for your opinion on America. bought with well earned money, or real oat

after the convening of the Legislature in sent him about his business, and his look I had only just embarked on board the bought with badly earned money.Love
Germanic at when
Liverpool the
rilnext. seems to say to Jonathan: "Yes, yes, you purser of woman, innate In the Amiricau, Is
handed me a letter from New York. I
-A full and complete vline of White have not done at all badly-for you but just not enough in Itself to explain the fcmzrj
A committee was appointed with Senator opened it and read:
and Fancy Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear think what the country would have been by that man lavishes on herm the United
Hard c as chairman, in pursuance :Underwear. at J. Birnbaum's. this time if it had remained in my hands.1* "TteAa Sm-Could you, during your voyage States. America Is not the only cocnizy

of the above resolution, and we may look -Tho Rn yiisjimftnt on his side bas no antip ,write me an article on the! United States where nv\n Is devoted to woman and ready to
New Shoes
I -all styles and all sizes- I should be happy to have
for a visit from the gentlemen constituting direct from the manufacturer athy whatever to the Americans. For that your preconceived satisfy all her caprices. The Frenchman bas
at bottomprices notions of America and the Americans, so as American
matter the Englishman has no antipathy for keenly alive to her Inflrreaou as the
the The of
) same. appointees are not at Birnbaum's.
j to publish them In my journal as soon as you
/' apIones He_despises, but: he does not hate, if_not more..
arrive: *.


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" ,/ THE FLORIDA. STAR,' THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1889. 5

t : ,
f!!'>' -\aluzu7ofthe American women .must city In the world. To give an Idea of it, phorux There are styles for aU tastes. boasts as Jet' no dukes "marquises, earls or For Sale. ,

f! t.Lt-d In another way.M1 I may ten you that there. are neWspapers The American may be eccentric, or what barons but the brae blood there,it appears One of the handsomest lots on Lake .

:' JueasOT., earned in the United States, published there in English, French, German you wiD, but be Is never mcnotonoaL -Dutch blood as a rule-and tfcat is sufficient. Worth,situated at Palm Beach, 200 yards

.. freely spent Badness! ann more of Russian Italian, Spanish Swedish Dutch _Enter one of these houses and you win see When a European nobleman arrives in the from hotel, 9 rods fronting on Lake

,*!fc,] than ,of commerce in the proper Hungarian Chinese and Hebrew.I handsome furniture, not only rich,* but in States the American aristocracy leave cards Worth and running through to the ocean .

I : -...t the word. received one day a circular of a meeting good taste. upon him at the hotel where he has alighted.He beach. About 11 acres tropical growthon

-r.,1Uthen.. lain a position much likeihfttof of 4KnIghts of Labor. It was printedin I.was astonished to find Chicago society may perhaps be personany known to none; part of the place; has growing on it

1 ; a pan whom I sw give a hundred six different languages. genial, polished and well read. Riches beget but an nobilities are kindred everywhere it 34 orange tree?-a few belring-16 sap-

.I'I note to a beggar one day In the streets Nothing is more diverting than to bear the the taste literature and arts;perhaps one is an act of International courtesy,as i j were adillos, 10 guava, some bearing, 10 mango

.,I,,"'. frjae Carlo. "If I win at trmt -et-qua- dwellers of each great American town criti- day it will beget the taste for simplicity. The European nobleman, who often goes to ,9 sugar-apples, 4 maumee, 1 star, 1

jf jionte be to some one who asked him dse the dwellers in the others. All thesesocieties You find here rifll more warmth and much America for a dowered wife is much obligedto Spanish tree. 2 sour-sops, 7 alligator -

r I Pia fAsaid couJd) do such a foolish thing "w hat each almost in its infancy as yet less constraint than in the east. You feel them and returns an the visits paid him. pears, 10 date palms,.! fig; also pineapples

: bog hundred be francs to mel I can afford to are Jealous one of another. At Boston, for that you have quit the realms of New England A New York lady, who is quite an authority bearing and some persimmons; 25
(j. told'that such told me one day that large cocoanuts, some bearing, and 150
instance matters
: you will be the Chicago No here upon
to a poor fellow creature out of Puritanism. frigidity ; people
200 smaller Bananas in
be geoeroos people are all pigstickers and pork packers.In td thensentiments.. If I had society in New York Was composed of only to ones. bearing. ,
if I loco it is to,much that the croupiers give free play This is surrounded by beautiful

'Ii'I g.01 not get." When Jonathan covers his i Chicago, you will hear that Boston is com to name the most sympathetic of my American four hundred persons. Outside this companyof buildings property Post-office, store and hotel insight

.h .lfe with diamonds he says to himself, "If I posed of nothing but prigs and "precieuses: audiences the warmest and promptest toseize elect an Philistines. and convenient to church and .,
, ,, I can indulge my wife without inconTeBjendng ridicules. the significance of a look or gesture I Money or celebrity may allow you to enter school.. Price 5000. A'bargain.

iri0t myself if i lose it is so much The English spoken in Boston Is purer than I should name the one which I had the honor into this charmed. circle, but you will never PORTER & POTTER.P. .

, tit the fray." any to be heard elsewhere in the north. The of addressing in Chicago.At belong to it. You will be in it but not of it. ..
I;,4,::,., fired is not alL voices are less harsh and nasal. the language 1 7 in the morning every man is astir and The lady in question entered also into very P. P.
1 This
cease to be"vui'ry vu.Amurracan.." If he be millionaire minute details on the subject of what she
thirsts after i at work whether or poor
It is ,
i';":: If the American money, Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassiumis
you think yourself in England as you walk clerk. the idle are outside the pale of respectability called the difference between "society people"
'fAr. for the love of money, as a rule but Only the best Blood Purifier in the world. For
.. a* the streets the illusion becomes and people in ocietybut, in spite of aH
along com .
'fx the lore of that which money can buy. I Chicago.I Syphilis, Rheumatism,Scrofula, Old Sores,
1J 9 I I confess I did not seize the
words avarice is rice almost unknown I plete when you hear the well bred people do not think it is possible for a European her explanations, Skm Eruption?, Malarial Poison,. or any #,
. other
:,. ja [ delicate nuances she tried to convey. An I
I i which in
speak. of the
in America Jonathan does not to imagine the activity reigns condition system requiring a powerful -
of All the anecdotes told in America on the i, Chicago without seeing it. clearly understood was that the aristocracyof Blood Purifier, use only the P. P. P.
the to
for pleasure adding pile
" gaast gold it. He wealth to subject ,of Boston art satires upon the presumptuous : "You will soon be inventing," I said to a birth exists in America, not only In the It is incomparable and invincible. Prickly

.I.I Poe and counting pursues character of the Bostonian, who resident, "a machine that will take a live brains of those who form part of it, but also Ash, Poke Root and Potassium is also the
life and
In to surround
jsjprore his position him with considers Boston the center of the universe. !, rabbit at one end and turn out a chimney pot in the eyes of their compatriots.The i best possible tonic. It never fails to bring

those dependent upon advantages Here is one out of the many hundreds I f hat the other." desire to establish an aristocracy of ; your system back to a healthy condition
r'' : luxuries He spends his money as gayly at when down sickness overwork.
run by or
sort was bound to haunt the breast of
have heard.A some
like it
.12:' he pockets it, especially when it is a question "We have done something very I During the spring it should be used br
si Boston man has lost his wife. As soon he tho Americans; it was the only thing
) of gratifying!his wife or daughters, who communication is established I already, replied.And their dollars seemed unable to them. everybody. It will build you up, give you
as telephonic the procure
took to
next morning he me see and and enable
assiduous an appetite digestion
of his most attention. your
' are the objects between that city and Paradise, he rings and The second aristocracy is the aristocracy'of
He is theflm to'admit that their lovo famous pig killing and pork packing premises system to stand our long and enervating
cries I money, plutocracy. To belong to this it is like it aid
fI' : of Philip Armour & Co. summers. Nothing to digestion-
'$ is absurd as it is costly but
diamonds as ,
otr : for not sufficient to be a millionaire- must I
"Helior"Hellol" Picture to yourself a series of rooms con ; you never failing to cure the worst cases of Dys

bola good humored, and says: "Since they from the other end. necting. En the first, 5,000 pigs a day are am told belong to a third generation of millionaires pepsia. Annual Skin Eruptions, peculiar

". Eta them, why should they not have therm"CHAPTER "Is that you, Artemisia killed; in the second, they are scraped as Of such are the Asters, the Van-I to the Southern climate, immediately dried
dear." derbilts and company. Three quarters of up by its use.
I VH. "Yes they come out of a caldron of boiling water;
) *rWeU love and how do you like it up off and "nobility" are the necessary key of this little
my in the third the heads are cut ; so on,
dties do not constitute the realJmerica. i and
:; The large world. The first generation makes the mill For Nervousness Dys-pep&ia us>oPerry's
'J .- To gain a correct idea of the coun- thereP and soon. The process is somewhat sickening, liver Pills.
';,;.;. [ those hundreds "Oh it is very nice of course-but it isn'tBoston. i and I will not enter into any more details. At ions, the second generation is parvenuo.the
.!, try one must go and see third is arrives In the of these peopleto
,:,."., said those thousands flourish- : the end of the establishment the poor pigs are eyes For Chills and Fever take LippmanV
\ almost
r> .. had which have from thirtyjor: forty to fifty thousand
Washington is the sole city to under the forms of bacon Pyraf :-
presented you uge.
l'i ing little towns which spring up day by day has monuments that t .strike the Europeanwith 'I sausage gelatine eta The various processes: dollars a year is to be in decent poverty. To 'I.

on that immense continent. admiration for their beauty. The Capitol have two or three hundred thousand dollarsa .
: of
all the conjuring.
j take with rapidity
for The Indian River Country.Second .
. ; It is no use looking in New York monuments ,the government buildings, the museums, 1 year is to be in easy circumstances.The

+; in the sense which we attach to the built in the midst of handsome gardens all VHL third aristocracy Is the aristocracy of Edition (revised) of the Bre- x
1 ;3 word in Europe. There are massive buildings arrest the eye of the visitor. I' talent;, literary and artistic society. This yard County Pamphlet, 18S9, just issued ;

;I" a few handsome churches, but nothing The Capitol, 751 feet long, built of white American houses are furnished with very luxuriously third aristocracy incontestably the first if I descriptive of the Indian River country :
and for the most part exquisitetaste. t
'J. which arrests your gazo. The houses in the marble with a superb dome and majestic you will excuse the Hibernianism. r
Health and of {
influence of its Climate description
Here see the woman I ,
li. best part of the city are built of brown stone flights of steps is one of the grandest most you I do not think that one could find any-
>>:"':' in the smallest details of life, indeed at 70 with
i > in the English style. In the populous quarters imposing looking edifices in the world. The where, or even imagine, a society more refined places. pages, maps.Free .
A that has
take see woman
many are of red brick with green shut souvenirs attached to it and the treasures every step you you more affable more hospitable more on application, with stamps for

' : ters on the outside. which it contains render it dear to the Americans passed that way. witty or more brilliant. I should like just t postage to I

. The streets are horribly ill paved. From ; it i:; a monument which recalls to their I The luxury displayed at receptions,dinners. here to indulge in a string of adjectives after A. L. HATCH, .

I windows which looked on Madison square, minds the glories of the past,and keeps alight And dances surpasses European imagination.At the fashion of Mina de Sevigne.
t:1/ my a ball given in New York in the monthof of the CITY POINT, FLA.:
One of the position
the carriages appear to rise and fall as if on a the flame of patriotism.A 11 consequences i
February, 1SSS, the walls were covered .
United Statesis
in the
troubled sea. Drunkards have had to drop general, who served through the great which woman takes
with roses which did not cost less than -Hats and from 2Gc. to
their habits; they could not reach home from civil war, told me he had seen strong men, that in good American drawing rooms conversation Caps any

; the beer saloons. soldiers brought up in remote states sit down $10,000 When one considers that the supper, is never dull price you wish at J. Birnbaum's.Do .
and everything else was on the same scale, it exclaimed Mme. Re-
fine alone break the monotony and with emotion at seeing the 'If I were queen Pat.
Three squares weep strong becomes doubtful whether such luxury is to not fail to see ircriven's
of all these of streets: for the first time. carrier one day, "I would command Mme \
parallelograms Capitol J.'Birnooum'g.
be admired. I was present one evening at adinner One Drawers at ,
t de Stael to talk to me all day long.
Union and Madison Washington is wholly given over to politico
I Washington square. square hall at '
the dining
Ir' given in large would like to be able to give the same order

square. : When congress is not sitting, it is Delmonico's restaurant, in New York. We to of American women. In their com For Sa1.e"
visitor to New Yorkis
strikes the
That which when congress! is sitting, it is delirious. deld.1 were eighty-seven guests at an immense conversation never flags and always remains -
,, but the feverish activity pany ANAssortment
" Itself
. the
... not city
, is donaPhiladelphia of the board
Little or no commerce I round table. The center was within the!; domain of causerie, they r
;;a" which reigns there. formerly the capital of the covered with a gigantic star of flowers:
'. and glide lightly from one subject to ex- of Guns
is network of telegraph ,
network of United States, is a city of eight or nine hundred roses arum lilies and heliotrope. At that tracting something fresh from each, pass "-

telephone wires on It the is ground estimated a that there thousand inhabitants, and is built, like season, lilies were worth a dollar each and from the serious to the gay,even to the fri vo- Breech and Muzzle-loading; at cost, to
tram car rails. in Its town hall I winter the of roses was
New York parallelograms. all through the price souragain
Ions without becoming commonplace,
of stock.R. .
miles telegraphicwires close out
are more than 12,000 is next to the Capitol at Washington the I from a quarter to two dollars apiece, according to lofty heights, but do not disdain to I
the heads of the
suspended over passers finest edifice in America. I do not know kind. The Americans at this feast
half round the world. I : to come down to gossip for a minute or two; all C. SCRBIuEOUR,
by; about enough to go anything to compare to its splendid park I estimated the star of flowers at six or seven this without of affectation but witha
a grain
The whistles of the boats that ply between unless it be the Bob de Boulogne in ParisThe thousand dollars. charm of naturalness that is delightfully TAXIDERMIST, : TITUSVILLE.

New York and Brooklyn on the East river, alleys of this park,if put together, would : At a dinner party given recently at Dclmonico's 44-tw _

and between New York and Jersey City on cover about sixty miles in length. Seen after : 1 beard that each menu had a chain winning.French women ere the only ones I know

the Hudson keep up, day and night (until 1 New York or the busy western cities Philadelphia I attached consisting of pears) and diamonds who can compare with the American lady in Arthur Love's Comedy COT
noise which Is like the roar .
In the morning),a
strikes one as slow, even monotonous ard slued: at 1000. 'I I charm of conversation, and even then I am
of wild beasts. It is the cry of Matter under I the Clover club annual banquet houses in club, in offices one cannot
except on In I obliged to admit two things: that the Amen
the of Man. You fancy you are livingin
yoke I i
evening. of intellectual society are often
: fur.':'ou Lt. the I can women
a menagerie.In This Quaker city of quiet streets and sober I help admiring the ingenious more natural than their French rivals and Wager's Hall, for Two liig&ts
almost street tram cars pass every the wonderful care with which cue smallest
every people is, however full of all kinds of manufactories. -I that they make less effort to charm. In a
few minutes It U an incessant procession. i: wants and the slightest conveniences of lifo & SATURDAY
word, with them you are amiable without ,
In Broadway alone there are more than three have been studied, it seems as if there were
On the shores of Lake Michigan there stooda I having to be gallant, and none of those
hundred. The cars as they are always calledIn nothing left to desire. t OF THIS WEEK.
built of wood and peopled by some
town, I II stereotyped compliments, which so often spoil
America, are magical, like everything It is impossible However in cheating of
hundred thousand inhabitants. This was i iI conversation between a man
the charm a
American. Built to carry twenty-four persona I American interiors, to pas over in silence a i A BLIZZARD OF LAUGHTER I
called Chicago.On of
and expected
inside (there are no seats on the top), I ; certain eyesore which meets your sight; at I a woman are you. .
I the evening of Oct. 8, 1871, a cow that !, The Americans, and that in every stationof
hold and more. In The Climax of Simon-Pure Fun.
they are made to sixty barn kicked every turn.
an old woman was milking in a life, have almost always three names: one
fact, no matter bow full they are, there is The i The most indispensable, it appears, the ##
fire the structure.
a lamp and set George -
over Christian name and two family ones:
for one more. The conductor must: conspicuous at any rate piece of ftu ui-
always room
flames spread and on the morrow of that terrible -: Washington Smith Benjamin Franklin General Admission, 50 cent Reserveson
board. Youhang is the All rooms
borer refuses to let you go on I tur in spittoon.
night the whole city was level with the Jones William Tell Brown i should not
Birubaums ;tJCt .
on the rail beside the driver or con- ; arc provided with this object of prune necessity sale at ,
I ground. The Chicago people of today show, have been astonished to make the acquaintance
ductor if it is not possible to squeeze your- I you find one beside your seat in thotrains
visitor the wooden
curiosity to the only ilobinsoai
as a of a Mr. Napoleon iJonaparte Entire Performance guaranteed strictly -
self inside and held on to the leather straps ; under your table in the retauro.Dtsi ,
house which escaped the flamesAt The celebrities do nct escape it any more moral and refined.
for the of the ugly
provided for the purpose you gasp the time this city, the living and i impossible to escape sight

breath; it is an you can do to get at your gigantic emblem present of the phoenix, stands rebuilt -I utensil In the hotel corridors there is a spit- than the rest: Henry \Vadsworth Longfellow,

pocket to extract the five cents which you toon standing sentinel outside every door In John Greenleaf Whittier Oliver Wendell
and 800,000
in hewn stone, holding
owe to the car company; but the conductor I public buildings the floors are dotted with Holiness Thomas Bailey Aldrich. Richard GRAND VIEW HOTEL

criesin, hiaimperturbable nasal drawl: "Move habitants. i them and they form the line all up tho Watson Gilder, James Russell Lowell, Ralph ,

Such b America.In stairs.. WaMo ICmerson Henry Ward Beecher, etc.,
forward, make room. Omaha, Denver i TITUSVILLE FLA.Tte .
less than twenty
years ,
In Third avenue and Sixth avenue, you find I The Americans used to these targets from etc. Can one not see in these double names a
will be so
called the "Elevated." Kansas City, Minneapolis many thA tenderest age are marvelously adroit at title which the father thinks be confers on ---
the overhead railway I Cincinnati St. Louis, Louisville !
It is supported on iron pillars, and the trainsrun Chicagos. the use of them; they never miss their aim. his child at the baptismal font

along on the level with the upper windows i will rival her in five. of the 'I I I saw some really striking feats of marksman. All new societies have the same weak- lost centrally located Hotel in City 1 ,
of the houses. This company carries Chicago is, in my eyes, very type : ship but perhaps the best of all at the Capitol cesses. On the morrow of the Revolution
the most striking example of -
American city
day the fabulous number 500,000 pas in Washington did we not call our children Epaminondas
every I
what Jonathan calls "go-aheadism. The supreme court of judicature was sit- Leonidas Darius. Napoleon, etc I NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IX

sengers.All of transit are acknowledged The streets are twice as wide-as the Parisian : ting. As I entered an advocate was launch- Every American with the least self respect EVERY RESPECT.
the means
existing the houses of business are eight, i
k to be insufficient, and an underground boulevards; stories Michigan avenue ing thunders of eloquence. All at once he v Is colonel or juiigc. Open all the year round. Table Unsur-,
twelve high.
railway is talked of. There will soon ten and the numbers of the I stopped, looked at a spittoon which stood two Few escape it. as Mark Twain once remarked passed. Bath Rooms Free.
be travelers underground,on the ground,and is seven long and; something. The I yards off, aimed at it, and Kerrron-craaahkptu of the decorations of the Legion of .

in the air. Poor Hercules, where are you houses run up to 8,000 right in the bull's ere then on he i Honor \V e are quits. Mark. America has Rates, S2.JO & S3.OO per Day. -
the lake I
with your"Ne plus ultra" Ycu had reckoned city has parks, lovely splendid drives by one of Abraham shore Ii went with his harangue. I looked to see the a hundred turn as many colonels as we bave SPECIAL KATES PER WEEK. -'
without Yankee. statues, even judges and the public applaud and cry kni;nts of the Legion of Honor
in their
"e streets, ill paved and dirtv, are dangerous I Lincoln, public fine buildings theatres and imposing churches, luxu- ; bravo! Not a murmur, the incident passed When you are presented to a gentleman, in J. .1..3IILLERr Proprietor. ..

in winter. Coachmen do not check their massiveness, : completely unnoticed. Probably there was an American drawing room and you have
inside which four good
horses for foot passengers, but neitherdo rious clubs, hotels I not a man in the hall who could not say to unfortunately. not caught his name, there is J. FIUTCIIAUD, rresi.lent.V. .

they try to run over them. They strike sized Parisian ones could dance a quadrille I himself: "There's nothing in that I could do no need to try and repair the evil call him 31. BROWN,Cashier.

the middle course between the London coachman eta, eta as much." "Colonel" nine tmies.out of ten it is safe, if

who avoids them, and the Parisian one, I Michigan avenue and Prairie avenue are luck should be agaii. >t you,call him "Judge," INDIAN RIVER BAM
Picture to yourself the
who aims at them. 1 extremely handsome. CHAPTER IX. and you are pretty sure to be right.If .

The populous quarters, such as the Chinese I avenue of the Bois de Boulogne, prolongedfor A word about American aristocracy to begin however pursued by the fate, you I

the Italian quarter, the Jewish seven miles hi straight line, and imagine with. should dL.rover that your Interlocutor is, Tilusvllle, :Florida.A .
quarter, with their tenement houses those the effect, the beautiful vista, when this is lit What, American aristocracy neither colonel nor judge, you have another GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TlWi.SAC'l'ED. -

barracks of the poor which I visited ono day up at night or when the trees, with which Yes certainly.I resource call him "Professor," and you are

In with a sanitary engineer,remindone both these grand roads are planted are in all assure you that there exists in America out of the difficulty an American always .

i company of some of Dante's descriptions: it is a their fresh spring beauty.In social sanctuaries into which it is more difficult professes something an art a religion and prompt Exchange attention bought given and to sold.collection Special Loans and

descent or rather an ascent into hell I spans these avenues American eccentricityhas to penetrate than into the most exclusive you are risking nothing. negotiated on first mortgage tor Savings

the reader the impressions which that day been allowed free play. The houses are mansions of the Faubourg Saint-Germain or I met a few American colonels who had Banks, Corporations and Indit idoaU. Interest

i I left me. Horrible I A populace composed built in imaginable styles of architecture: of Mayfair and Belgravia. recently been promoted "misters" They allowed on time.depoa1ts.

i':. upon of the offscourings of all nations thor some of them are Florentine, some English There are in Philadelphia Bea.constreet, were so proud of their new title that they in- Advances made upon available collateral.

dirtiest ono can imagine. others Moorish others a mixture of all three; Boston; in Washington square (north side), sisted on being addressed thus. Approved business paperjdiscounted.
,i, Hard by this frightful squalor,Fifth avenue others again look like Greek temples whilst New York; in Virginia; in Canal street right Drafts on all parts of Europe.

with palaces full of the richesoftheearth. here and there you come across what looks I side),New Orleans Americans who look upon To be continued.In Business done at Jacksonville rated. t t

litto! Gothic church,and close alongside with much more pity and -
: ,It is the eternal story of large cities. like a common mortals Every favor,consistent with, sound,
miniature or imitation order to make room for new
rind mediaeval castles in than the Montmorencys of Franceor my
churches contempt
As in London, hundreds of some have the look of villas in of and elegant Trunks and Valises which banking cheerfully extended. 3CORRESPONDENTS .
Howards England.The
mosques; the
it is the sameBible
taverns called beer saloons,
f ( some have been modeled togive are now on the way, direct from the man-
mixtUre,of and the Paris suburbs Americans not having any king : Bank Jacksonville,
r. ignoble Anglo-Saxon Swiss chalets, others upon the residence them titles nobility, have created anasbtocracy ufacturer's. I have marked down thoseon Jacksonville,-Fla.; The seaboard National
beer of and spirituous.New upon York.'. a
spiritual hand. J. BlRNBAUJl. Bank,New
: York is probably the most cosmopolitan;: of some phs on the borders of the Boo- for themselves This aristocracy .tom, .. V .,. .-
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Consumption Surely Cured.To .
: .: CRISP. CONDENSATIONS.... i m, >* % MA.
THE EDITOA-Please inform your readers thatI Barrels $2.25.
have reined/ for the above-named L. GI 1 GRAt.,
At Hong Kong thieves steal the telephone 'a positive S. H. RAY
disease. By its timely ni e thousand or hopelesscases :
wires. have been permanently cured. I shall be Gauged to order ten 'cents extra.

The clergy of the Church of Englandof glad to send two bottles of my remedy FEEE to any ATr'Y-AT-LA' W
all grades from archbishops to curates of your readers who have consumption if they will ,' Wheelwrighting and ReDa ring. N 1ARY PnmJC.
send me their express and post office address.
number ; t

One of 23,000.the promised sensations of the A. SLOCU1I_ M.Reapectfnlly.T. c., 181. Pearl. It., New- Toik.' Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., C. p. B.Honevbarrels Rock Ledge, Florida.

Paris exhibition will be 'given by a man 34 and Oval Water Breakers
who will make daily balloon ascensions L. GAULDEX
filotv's This from 2.00 up. D. ,
mounted on a horse.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any .
to-the of the bar the "
According gossip Tanksand
case of Catarrh that caunut b-i cured l>y kiugHall'e ATTORNEY-AT-UW
Parnell.commission costs precisely; three Ca'arrh Cnrr.F. ,
guineas a minute. This calculation in. J. CHENEY & CO. proprietor. Toledo O. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. Titusville
eludes the whole expenditure of all the We, the uudergigued, hive; known F. J. Cheney Florida.
for the last 15 years and believe liiiu perfectly hou- JOHNSON
parties concerned, the state included.It orable in all burliness transactions, and fiuancially
is calculated that there are ovei able to carry out any obligations nude by their LaGrange, : : Florida. JONES & WILLIAMS,

200,000 lepers in British India the firm.West ---- -------- -- -
k Tnir wholesale druggist*.Toledo O.
minority whom have places in almshouses \v\tlding. Kintuu k .Marvin, wholesale dru tr-cC 6,000,000 people believe that it AttoriicysatLair.Titusville .
and Toledo Ohio Merchandise beat to bay Seeds
asylums, the others roamingover ttistx
of the largest anarnoetreLalue noose,and they n e
E. IL Van Hue cashier Toledo National
the country and subsisting OP l1. : Florid
sank, Toledo, Ohio.
charity.It Hall's Catarrh Cure is: taken Internally' acting FTy's Seeds
estimated that there are in tht directly upon the blood and niutiiii surface of the I BOBBINS
east of London alone 314,000 persons entirely system. Pri, e 7;;c. per bottle. D,M. FERRY CO. are 5 GEO.1. ,
Sold by all Drnjigibts 24 STORE. acknowledged to be the
dependent on .casual labor. A I _: t largest Seedsmen

>great proportion of this number live t Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. f. In the world. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

dull, hopeless, shiftless and sad life on D M.FXEBT.iCO'3
The best salve in the world for cuts, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
the verge of starvation. i r r Illustrated,D.ecrip.
I. bruises, ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever : s Live and Priced -
It is said that at least a dozen London .
sores tetter chapped hands, chilblains, SEED ANNUAL M. THRASHER
actors and actresses arc practicing theii f 'i A. ,
.rte a
parts by aid of the phonograph. They corns and all skineruptions and positively I propose to keep t' For 1889
I win be mated race
nave thus as nearly aa possible the same, cures piles, or no pay required. to all applicants,and ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
opportunity the audience of judging It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction .. to last 'customers
op '
w. 'without ordering it Irtrulu.G P O.Box 20,
of the correctness of the emphasis anc or money refunded. Price 25 cents A First-Class Stock abletonll, person SANFORD, FU.-
Will in all
I I.Ila.t CanRllavrer g& practice the connt.e of the ;tt&ta
inflection used in box. For sale by all drug :stores: in \ d r Flo wetcaste
,, any given passage. per :: IB eslsteace. I should send for it Address Circuit and Supreme Court. 3

Labrador u said to possesS a waterfall Titusville, and on Indian River. O.LI.FERRY&CO.,Detroit,Mich.

that ,makes Niagara Falls insignificant Advice to Mothers. -OFGROCERIES- A LLEN E. HEYSER,

in comparison. R. F. Holm, who recently Mrs.Wnrsi.,w'S boomiMG STRUP should always JOHN F. STRATTON & SOX,
made a tour of Labrador, locate be used when children are cutting teeth. It re- '
this fall on the Grand river, which h lieres the little sufiererut once;it produces natural, Attaey-at-Law an Coayeyanesr.
1,500 feet wide at the fall and the height quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes as"brightas
a button." it is very pleasant to taste. It -- -- J..ake.ortb Dude County Florida.:
of the fall is estimated to be nearly 2OOC soothes the chil;,softens the gums,allays all pain, Iiiii iI
I, regulates the bowels! ,and is the best known reined y Will furnish Abstracts Title to Dade
feet.The for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
herd of buffalo tilL land
only on con other causes. Twenty-fire cents a bottle. County
tinent belonged to Maj. Bedson, of Winnipeg I I Importers of all kinds of
who has sold them to J.
a prominent
Kansas cattle dealer for 1SCOO. The I I k Given} Month Harmonicas, "D B. BURCHFIELD,

Canadian government is anxious to keep ] Awa r DRY GOODS 49 Maiden Lace New York. 34 e
the held in that and b I A Pk'ff Mixed Flower!
country, tryingto Seeds,ciao kiuds.OuiDEj i COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders
induce Bedson not to ship the animals 'and lOc.Certificate for! JOHN '. STICATTON & SON, .
to Kansas aeedeyourchoiceallfor2Solver. Every I by mail will receive as prompt

The phonograph has reached such a : delitempshed. Tell all your I NOTIONS .- attention as calls in per.on.

degree of perfection that gaps and yawns friends.at once G.W.,this PARKh'annettzburgPa.Send notice appears but a few times."OSGOOD".. I "I ....;..; u .. t' Address: Georgian, Fla.

are reproduced by it with great distinct l

ness. At a recent trial given at Mr. Ed. -- ImportC'a.ul1fa.dnr..rs and Wholesale Dealers :
:Mens' Ladies' & Childreus' in all kimls of F.
ison's laboratory a meeting between twc Musical lltrehinditehifsicall5oxes.. : BindluitruixtenK !, H ATKINSON.
lovers was recorded, and persons of experience V. S. Staniori Scales.Sent Stratton's Celebrated Russian

say that the kisses were reproduced on trial. Freight Gut Viuini Strings 34

with tantalizing accuracy and paid. FullyWarranted. SEOES.ATS i' JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor

fervor.It ; 3 TON $35. JOHN Y. STRATTOS & SON
i the Second Justice District of Bre-
Other sizes -
has been estimated that an a'eragEi proportionately
of five feet of water falls annually over'' low. Agents well paid. Illustrated Catalogue Importersand vard county; Court days third Monday
free. Mention this Paper.
the whole earth. Supposing that condensation '' STQ Wholesale of each month.
) OSGOOD & THOMPSON :Binghamton N. ? q
t takes placo at an average ; n _ ,___ Dealers in
height of 3,000 feet, the force of evaporation .,;
to supply such .rainfall must equal 0 a cu'r. S MUSICALMsrclianilise
the lifting 322,000,000 pounds of water : [ ] 9

3,000 feet in every minute, or about 800- i .. :?dJ P-S'S (

000,000 horse power constantly exerted. .,'.-......j.... L i 'E Is ,

The name .O'Kanogan, which is now 1
applied to a county in Washington territory ;; t \r.'ifORYING." 0 TaAaa MARK 0 49 .

was given by the Indians to the ,'''''.. r. CLOTHING Itegictared
head of a river now called by that name. I .'". -: Y; fr *+ y S t Un.hlen Lane Jacksonville, }"Ia.I .

It signifies "the rendezvous." Tho Indians i .\ < 0 A NEW YORK.

to this assemble there I \.: ,
oven day,
John F. Stratton & Sou's Celebrated
from all over the territory, from British .. sE WITH BOILING MILK.
Columbia, and even from Alaska, fox I Gent's Furnishing Goods Russian Gut Violin Strings, will Sell and Deliver at your nearest

their annual potlatch, and to lay in theit THE FINEST IN THE WOULD. station :First-Class

year's supply of fish and game. Our Guarantee. a Dealer receives a complaint -
ALSOCROCKERY (which he believes to be holiest) from anydiiMCMii
According to "American Notes and to whom he halO suM any of these strings, PJANrOS: : :
Queries," in one of the cellars of the I he is authorized by us to give him anotlur string
rathskeller at Bremen there are twelve : without charge, aud all until Ions will be made OROB..GrA
largo cases of wine each case containing : GLASSWARE good by u< to our customers without quibble or
Beware of imitations.
question. ( )
"the celebrated !
'rosenwein which
was Dealers will plei"'e send for descriptive cata; S
deposited there in 1G:':4. One case of this I logue. Trade oupphed at lowest prices. 34

wine, containing 204 bottles, cost 500 lix

dollars at that time. Taking all expenses HARDWARE I'OR L!:S MONEY titan any other bonae in tUCiiited
I for the Season.
into account and compounding the in. Opened btates. I&Uay guarantee iictrnneitU Ube
an represented. I \\ill Llp a PUAO or Orfa fc.
terest of
a singla glass, one-eighth a
> A man who is interested in his own any lioiifht man or woman on trial and iI Mt
bottle would cost about $i (;OOOO AND
or ,
t-t e .f yajXfiibhtfrwfisir- welfare will be pleased to know tha t satisfactory I will pay freight both wait S2ft
about CCOO a drop." a. :, '. ; : i cash and $10 a month cm a Piano, and $19 cash 114
r : i t i i NCY7 41'' LxF' 1 ANDREW GIBSON $5 a mouth on an Organ till paid for- ot cl
L .icuiKlbtandanl Popular Keaical Treatise more than ordinary rent. On theM vet? liberal
.. rretrttun-DetliiioNervous terms anyone can own a inatrnmtDt. Reed ft*
:of Vo ill, Goods.
Ship Chandlery the finest to be found in
a.i.i hical Debility,Impurities of the Blood, Keeps oysters FREE CATALOGUE containing full iaformaUoa.
The very latest probably is a bonbon Sheet Music.ttrin&:1'ioliDS.. Eat+jo.. Guitar. Aecordeou" >
box mounted as a medallion on a fan. I Titusville, and in fact every Musical ln.tnn..t
i that is made,and at very low price.. bead for COB
The old fashion of mounting a mirroron AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. plete Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Cbokt
the front of one of the sticks is coming Music at 10 cent per copy. 5. in. itenlttng -0- I Music at 10 cents per copy. S.OOO Books of Ckcic'

The fans Plain and Cake made to order.Baker' Vocal and Instrumental Music at 5O cents aaJJ*
t non-folding in lyre, Tuxedo Fancy ents. Any piece of sheet music published, at t
.... and other familiar shapes hold their from Folly,Vice,Ignorance.Excesses or These will be the main features of t (ISO per cent below publishers prices. Books tf S
... ground.The Overtaxation. EuervuUng and uullttin the victim my 8 Bread alu'ays on hand. pieces each sheet mule size 10 cents ScBd'ler
f f'Work,Businfaa,the Married or Social Relation. business, but orders sent me for anything Catalogue.A. .
lace fan very commonly is lace Avoid unskilful pretenders. Possess this great kept in store in Titus Also a first-class Barber shop attached.
only to its middle, tho filmy pattern be- t,oI:. It contains CO>>>pages,royal 8\o. Beautiful any
in frame of with : :...t.as, emboesed, full gilt. Price only$1.00 by ville will be promptly filled. Meals at all hour; from 5 a. m. to 11 p.m. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla.
ing a gauze painted "s,:!, i":1.lad.! concealed plain wrapper. Illus- Parties tlesirng to leave on morning mail
Mention this IO-IJr.
cupids or flights of birds. 'I. .' .} Tro nectua Free, if you apply now. The boats and hacks will please note this. [ paper.,

The fan u. ,,' "Uhcd ruthorV"m.. II. Parker, M. D., re- .
this winter
painted gauze ranges I .\.. t 1cCOt.D AND JEWELLED MEDAL
from the simple wreath of flowers or I I Iror.i thO National Medical Association PARKER'SHAIR HINDERCORNS.
spray of running vines to the most exquisite for ha PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and Will bay Fruits .Eggs Chickens Teo only aura Cure for Corns. Stops all paia. lib .
PHYSICAL DEBILITY. JJrlarkerandacolp BALSAMCleanses to tbefeet.1 c.as PruggisU. HisooCONSUMPTIVE=AOa.3>-*-
designs which it b within the
and beautifies the hair.
of Ae lstant Physicians may be consulted, eonfi.Con'.iully
jxnver cf art to command.The by mail or in person, at the office of Or any Country Produce my customersor _Promotes a luxuriant growth. --ov
Till:1'I'ltttP'V ME1)1CAf.INSTITUTE, Never Fails to Restore Gray Have tough BroncbitK Acthm Intoutjti
newest mado of with you
are tad
gauzo No..i l'-i'l."!: ="t., i'H--ton. Deasy., lo whom all friends may bring Hair t9 its Youthful Color. PAR ER'8 GINGER TO M I CVT>*-
inch wide gauze ribbons or lisle bands I ark-ri ; l ,,' s It" IdtrrloJ for advice should be to market. Prevents Dandruff and hair falling the wont cases and in the best remedy for aU ID.
: : .
Me.and tl 00 at Drumlrt& from defective nutrition. Take 1D time. bon lad p.a
in each .
running across rows, row being : diccttdn3 : "'c.CHICHESTER'S I
painted with a vine pattern in flowers or .
with cherubs' heads or some scroll work
notion PILLS Traveling North or South take the
I ask for a share of the public patronage -
The fan as now seen makes a
gauze ; 'J ZED CBOCS Dw.1N:) and come as a supplicant, not a
point of showing its sticks which .
are ..
(Original.* .ouljr ; dictator for favors.If ]
asking LEaUorylAne
worth the display, as prominently as possible S" ti'lile pill lor sale. >CT your ,
I.: .\.k for CAie1uter' tJANt. courteous treatment good
f each one, exquisitely carved or inlaid ,, Z Diamond:Brand tD rc ,
running through the mount to tho ); t.Uw buxes.sealed with : goods and low figures is
bon. At WruccUt "
very edge. t' HO other. AU pills iu ya.vr the candidate for : Fex-n.an.d.:1na.: : : be"t VV OO1:
I' bovd boxes piiik vrapperii.are a tlungerLv
One of the freshest ideas is the appli- oaS counterfeit Head des (.tamp.! Ia.'l .:- public favor,

cation of mother of pearl in flakes of ; tetter particulars, br return and"Uelltrt..1'waiL 1O.4M Ladicl ti.'.rt I.. v then I'melected. New York and Florida Boston Philadelphia and the East

microscopic thinness to bring out the moDlalafrom LADIES wboharo ueed,hem. !>lUIOe P>>'o'r. ,

'F colors of a winter landscape in a black ChichesterCheniitlCo.isdisonDq.l'hiht1'3CEshIs

and white sketch, or a piece of em- Sailing
broidery on a gauze fan. Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.
The regulation semicircle b disappearing. Chilled Plows and SugarCane PIER 21, E. R., EVERY FRIDAY. 7 CENTRE bTELET WILL F..F.TEXT 1BUBD1T.

Its place b taken by a higher curve Mills.

with the semblance of extreme novelty offered to the person who shall send in the Ihe Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS CITY OF SAN .ANTONIO RIO

given by the tricks of ornament played largest number of yearly subscribers to theLadies' GRANDE.

by the ribbon bows, the bunches of tips, JBgT" Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. Table,

the feather flowers and the aigrettes Home Journal the best on the Coast.

added by way of panache to relieve the !
fiat surface on either side. between now and July 1st, 1889,at 50 cent SCHEDULE.
per year-HALF PRICE. AJler that date,

notubscriptumt$.00.--300 is received offered for respectively less than$..00 for per year.next SOUTHBOUND, from Pier 21, E. River New York, December 23th, January -lib,
largest clubs. A good cash commission paid for 11th, 18th, 25th ; February 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd.
every: subscriber secured, if desired, instead of
Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt frequently premiums. Hundreds of dollars can be made NORTHBOUND, from Fernandina, 4:30 train from Jacksonville.
the dessert for her family. during the next six months,by men, women or
prepares children. We furnish free sample copies,post- I- STATE OF TEXAS Captain Williams......................Thursday Jan. l"thCITY

There. in Sydney, Australia, a spin- ers, &C. AddressCURTIS OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder................ 24th
ster of 105 who has smoked for -
fifty "
PUBLISHING CO. STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams....................... u 31't.

years. PHILADELPHIA PA. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder............... Febi7t

'! Mrs. Sarah Barnett of Lafayette, Vartook l t: STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams.................... "- U : lath
to her bed forty years and has 'r 21st23th
not left it since. ago 1 CHESIPAINS CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.............. u "

STATD OF TEXAS, Captajn Wilder........................ .
Miss Grace Litchfield: the writer hast
taken house in where she 43-Direct all Freight*ia:Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No 21 E. B.. New Tork.
a Washington, : 60UGHSJ@OLDSAching ,ernnrl asp
I tickets can be
% jKS-Special Agents are located at all principal points through Florida, where
will spend the winter. ti j A 4 Information obtained.

:Mrs.Halford wife of PresidentelectHarrison's Sides and D .
Pains, Rheumatic, Sciatic. Sharp aud Weakening from F R. & N. R'y. run directly to ship' side at Feruacdifia. '
private secretary, b an invalid Pains"Rf'lievPdln one minute by tho Curticura a- .Any further Information can be obtained from ,
and usually spends her:winters in ti.l'ain Piaster. The first aud only instautaneons* J.'M,CUTLER, Passenger Agent, corner Bj and Hogan streets, JackwnTille,TV.R. .
Florida. pain-killtng. strengthening planter. A cents; five W/SOUTHWICK Agent Fernaudln, Fb. ,
fort-l.CO. At druggists. or of POTTER DBCQ AND H. H.RAYMOND, General Trareling Agent
There,aro about 70,000 lacemakers in CHEMICAL, Boston, .

'' Normandy; altogether in France there in I 1 j by Pimples CtrTlcti1L.LP.blackhead. chapped and Oily akin cured. s. ::8:. R.C V. C ',H. MALLORY & CO.. General Agents, Rer 20 E. E. M YORK 0fT.

' aro nearly 200,000 women engaged. .
this industry,


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tT i; THE FLORIDA. STAB, .. ,.THURSDAY" FEB. 21.. "1889. '7

; ;;pIest Sores, Aches and Pains. ..-- "-' -,

,t 1nell. a.banctre4 bottle of mp rill or other \ '..', .'-, O. J". JdUbJIOIfOlEt, sLLGiTht:
r. 1 tenUoxu ipeeifici Ml to eradicate in-boro wrofu .
''a eostafflont blood poison, re ember that B. Tirtf
all IB. (Botanic Blood Balm) bas gal ed many thou s PillsFOR Hardware and ;
friul Tietoriei. In* many MemlnglV Incurable hits EVAPORATORSMILLS
Bead to the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Oa.
convinced It ii
OD11-TRUE FOR .". d
.: tDeG W.Mewer.Howell't X Boada., liar,"writeti'tfiicted *: OIl LIVER. ; General ProduceMERCHANT.
sine years with tores. All the medl A. '" c:
: .1 could take did me no good. 1 then tried B.R .tern torpid,and liter produces deranges the whole_ 8711- .1
B.,and 8 bottles cored me sound."
.r Mr*. & **. Wilson Bound MonnUin, Texas, Sick Head J .
,mua: "A lady iriend of mine wu troubled with ohe. And Syrup Makers' Supplies.For .
,sad pimples on her face and neck. She took c:
b1ID1 cree'bO lU of B.B. B..and her skin got sort and Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism Melbourne. Florida
'L- pimple disappeared and her health im .
t+ fed Cftaut.? ;Sallow Skin and Piles. ... '
+' '1... L. Boswortb.Atlanta Oa., writes: "Some A. M. Hamilton & Co.,, Catalogue and COPT of SorghumGrowrr's
4 I contractd blood poison. I had no There la no better remedy for these
retrt naj ago digestion was mined, rheumatism drew up common diseased than Tntt's Liver ........- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, Guide,.address
n nVlimbi Ute. so I could hardly walk, mthroat was Pills as al trial will prore. Price,25c.

cauterized fire times Hot Springs gaTe me no ben Sold Everywhere. = Wholesale Dealers In CHAPMAN & CO mm DID .
L eA&,and my life was one of torture until I gave n.J5. t-I ,
.B. a trial, and, surprising as it may seem,the
git of five bottles cured ice.1': E. Indian River Oysters THE

nit Hacking Cough can be so quickly cured by _
ghiloh'Cure. We guarantee It. Sold by Dixon&: i CURE t-t FISH:
T1tulTl11, Fla. I
( Green Turtle and Game.

\nH YOU suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint cJCD
? Shiloh'a Vitalizer ia guaranteed to cure All orders will receive prompt and careful at
rou. Sold by Dixon ft Gray Titusrille, Fla. Sm S tendon whether by telegraph,
letter or person. i.
: gleeplrm eight,made miserable by that terrible FITS '! .
cough. Shiloh'a Cure is the remedy for you. Sold

by Dixon*Gray,tnsville.. Fla. AGENTSfOan make profit. We S3.OO selling beat per our the AND

Catarrh cured,health and good breath secured, for low:>> price A
by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal When I say Cam I do net mean merely to e+- <:> RED PLtJSII PHOTOGRAPIIALBU"--- __ -
injector free. Sold by Dixon &Gray,Titosvillen stop them for a time,and then have them re. x lei Kmbowed padded ftidea,,eoid edges,extension Perpetual EvaporatorsAND
*. turn again. I MEAN A RADICAL CURE.. M oi p, holding 32 pages of CabiDe' and Card
I have mde the disease of pictures, sent for Jl.00 retails for i&25 bound also
lame back side or chest use Shlloh'a Porous in Japanese Morocco. lUastrated circulars FREE
oq of the above and FINET -
Plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by Dixon & Gray FITS, EPILEPSY or -STYI.EX OF- THE
Tltttirllle,FlLShIloh' Forxhee et 19Ie)1Jkln: ,
FALLING SICKNESS, p r Cincinnati. Onfo.
Cough and Consumption Cure is sold Improved Victory Cane Mill
A I double their
life-long study. WARRANT my remedy to money
a guarantee. It cures consumption. 0do AGENTS
by us on CURE the worst cases. Because others have 'lUng"' onr BRASS
k Gray Titasville_,Fla. Finished
Dixon Corrugated
failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure. OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .
Send at once for a treatise and FREE BOTTLS
.. Salloh'a Vitalizer is what you need foe constipation of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY.a Gire Express REFLECTS SAFElY LAMP.
,loss of appetite, dizziness and all symptomsof and Post Office. It costs you nothing for a Can bf sold in every family. Givesmorelizhtthanlhreeordinarylam Portable Soda Fountains.
Dyipepcia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. trial, and it will cure you. Address tiO sIi .
Sold by Dixon& Gray Titnsville, Fix t Full sized sent by Express for
H.C.ROOT,M.C., 183 PEARL ST..Kre Year.PYRAFUGE thirty cent Lame also bare the tatwIline E@- Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.C. .

Croup Whooping Cough and Bronchitis immediately -... ,- .... -.'.." ,--- tii I _j ,*Send for: offVe illustrated Pot circulars In the U.to S.
relieved by Shiloh'a Cure. Sold by Dixon
k Gray,TitusTille Fla.Worth FORSHEE&KcMAKINCIncinnaU
,; 1 1 I IiR rhp II. SCOTT,
Kno'vlng.Jlr. ...

'V. H. Morgan., merchant, Lake '" = Geo. E. Chase, EASTEItNHAIRDRESSING 1

City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold, 0tt c: 'SALOON.

atttended with a distressing Cough and / .t

running into Consumption in its first Ship Chandler If you want a clean and easy shave,

-. stages. He tried many so-called popular Q?.M4*,s / As clean as barber evergave,
&* -
cough remedies and steadily grew worse. J ttS5 Just call on me at my saloon,

Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in At morning, e\'e. or afternoon. ,
Boat and Vessle Supplies, all kinds
Finally A sea=CC&K roe '
breathing and was unable to sleep. Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks,
CHILLS & FEVER, S..Jj I'll cut and comb your hair with grace
tried Dr. King's New Discoveryfor Canvass, Galvanized Wire
4DUM3A UEP.'ikpg To. suit the contour of your face
Consumption and found immediate IJ Rope, all sizes, Tents, ',
To I'll give a good shampoo .
relief and after using about a half dozen \ j Spruce Ladders, you ,
The art of which is known to few. .
bottles found himself well and has hadno S Q Coppci Paints, gal's, 1-2 gal's, qts. t
Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal's,qty,pts.
return of the disease. No other remedy Oils and Leads, all kinds.F. My scissor's sharp,my razor's keen,
4 can show so grand i record of curesas My shop.is a ways neat and clean,
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con Anf everything I'm sure vou'll find,

,' sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis I! III ill a '1LIPPMAN'S In fact anything for Building orSailiup boats. To suit the taste and please the mint
( claimed for it. Trial bottle free at Hart's Block, 90 East Bay St., And now to all who patronize intend, r
Dixon & Benson's Drug Store Titusville. PYRAFUGE HQ
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.PIANOS. Just come along and bring your friends,

13 CALLED TaE tIJ8bj And I assure you I will try
Renews Her Youth. My best to satisfy. ?
very may
Mrs. Phoebe Chesley Peterson, Clay Wonderful! Chill and Fever ExpellerIt H ,
remarkable cnres the chills and fever, ton's np the system.
Co., Iowa, tells the following gives an appetite,bringing: strength and health to the COH 8 If any dealer says he has the W.L.Donates
story, the truth of which is vouched for offerer. Shoes without name and price stamped os
the bottom, put him down as a fraud. ,
"I 73
of the town am
by the residents Lippman Ilrotlicrs, Wholesale Druggists,
years old, have been troubled with kid sole manufacturers and proprietors, Lipp- H a '

ney complaint and lameness for many mann block, Savannah, Ga.

years; could not dress myself without t.-

help. Now I am free from all pain and

soreness, and am able to do all my own 8Se

j' housework. owe my thanks to Electric lmJlmJPrickly

Bitters for having renewed my youth, : FCTQ fi.J L.aa.Lal3S.

.1 removed completely all disease and pain." .

Try a bottle 50c.and 1 $, at all drug ( Ash, Poke Root,and Potassium.) Yl P pb41
stores in Titusville and on Indian River i ffrr -stT svi""''*'nrf vi w CURES
t MSi
NOTICE. Ml, r lu-i iT? rP| :

SYPHILIS Q :firx & .
Sh fM4
of tools
i I am prepared with full set h
for sinking artesian wells. With my Prima,Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis,Syphilitic aStTnLrvfiS
Eruptions. Scrofula and hcrofnlous Eruption
small set, have sunk four wells 135 to *, Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and = t= 0
200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from all diseases of the blood ; all those that have
resisted other treatment yield steadily and surelyto
80,000, to 86,000 gallons per day from the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great > JJtJ
two inch pipes. Have also a large set, I Blood Purifier. :

for sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wau- L' 1-1

ted. Having ventured in the business, SCROFULA t-I J W. L. DOUCLAS S.

purchased tools and successfully obtained cCI
full wells I ask the Is an Impurity In the blood, producing Lumps or $3 SHOE .
flowing patronageand Swelling causing Running bores on the Arms, "-MrA I'd GENTLEMEN.Best
influence of citizens and friends who Legs,or Feet for the cure of which use P.F. P., ,.. o QUR HOMES in the ivorld. Examine hi.
efforts and who want the greatest blood medicine on earth. AH these 85.00 GENUINE IIAND-SKWED SHOE.
appreciate my diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., 84.00 IIANI>-SEWKI> WELT "' 1I0"..
wells. Respectfully, giving new life and new strength. NOT FURNISHED 3JIO POLICE AND FAK3IE11S' 8I1OC.
r' Rock Ledge. BLOOD POISONCured "A 83.00 and *1.75 JBOVS SCHOOL SHOES
j, J WITHOUT ONE. All made la Congress, Button and Lace.

t: Xoiicc. in its worst form ; sometimes in cases with SAVANNAH,(:a., NOT. I, lSSS. W. L. DOUGLAS
i Erysipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain Forty Thousand! Sontbrrn Homes made
Land Office at Gainesville, Florida I and given up by the Physicians. In tome cases happy with fine instrument since 187O, S3 SHOE LA'DO.RES.
Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was amass and still the good work ROCS on.
Jan. 5th, 1889, of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was 3OK 1'inno mid Organs sold last Tear.5OOOonr Best Material. Best Style. Best Fittinff..
follow and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. Oi: = >> U not sold by your dealer, write
that procured,
.',, Notice is hereby given mark fortbigyenr.Lower l Prices W. L. DOUGLAS. BKOCKTON. MASS
iag-named settler has filed notice of his letter 1strurnents; Easier Terms and
greater Inducemeutsivill gain ns this in- FOR SALE IU'
in of
intention to.make final proof support creased stile.Tbonsands. -

his claim, and that said proof will be made t-C b of Homes yet ungnppUed withIn
And in all Affections of the Blood.P.P.P.stands C. J. ,HECTOR
.. before Judge or in his absence, the,clerk of trnmcntatiiit might today be enjoying _
unrivaled, and of its
alone and some cures are them of.eltinff.CAM1 .
March / through oar easy system
Fla. = '-
Circuit Titusville on
Court, at really wonderful. -
down needed. \Ve hare Melbourne FIn.
to not
Forester of Titus If suffer from like Syphilis,Scrofula pay ,
4th 1889, viz:Alexander you anything _. A PLAN by'Tbicb.VITIIOUT RISK,any
ville Fla., II. E. 10249 for the lot 1, sec- ,,Blood or any Poison disease, Ulcers of the bid blood Sores, be, cure Rheumatism and- 0 one can obtaia nn Instrument of any Styleor

tion 1, township 20 south, range 35 east. give P.P.P.a trial. tj Price making either MONTHLY, XOT1CE.Ix .
witnesses toPinve P.P. P. Ash. Poke Hoot and Potassium QUARTERLY or YEARLY PAYMENTS
,He the following .
and )is no secret patent medicine like the manyon I! until paid for, meanwhile enjoying use of COTCTTY COURT, Whereas Par-
his continuous residence upon the market. Its formula is on every bottle, k <:> Instrument. Dade County, Fla. } thenia F. Dim-
cultivation of,said land viz: thus giving a guarantee of its purity and wholesomeness No extortionate prices. No Risk. No Forfeiture '
Brack Revels George Hunt, Andrew that no other blood purifier does give. rtdtItl of nil cash paid Installments cannot i ick has applied for Letters,of Administration -
be promptly paid. Contract perfectly cum testamento anneso on the

haulover Lippman Bros. Wholesale Druggists, sole manu FAIR and CQUITA11LB. protecting purchasers estate of Moore V,''. Dimick, deceased,
Florida. facturers and proprietors Lippman block, Savan- from imposition or loss.
late of said county of Dade: These are.
39 S. C. TUCKER, Register. Write v*and we will point out the way toyet
t therefore, to cite and admonish all and
:, ..- a fine Instrument EaHr and at a Low singular thekindred and creditors of said

NOTICE. -SCOTT'S Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888. deceased to be and appear before thU

r STATE OF FLORIDA,! Better than any before offered. Prices Court on or before the 18th day of March,

r. DADE Cotm Tr.It / Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL A. D. 1889, and file objections, if any

OFFERS tUpright they have, to the granting letters as
To all and singular, the relations representatives -
aforesaid otherwise the same will be
( and next of kin to Robert t-II = Piano only $200 ,
granted as prayed.
Walker. late of said county, deceased. EMULSION .... 00 1% Octaves-Overstrung Ecalc-Three "Witness my name as County Judge of .
before ,
You cited
are,hereby appear Strings--Rosewood-Fu1Jy
t,' the County Court, at Miami, on the first CD- COt -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price 9600. the county aforesaid, this 21st day of

Monday in March next, to show cause OF PURE COD LIVER OIL '-- Parlor Organ. only $65Four Janua ,11859.

:' why letters of administration of the p.. q IALLES E. HEYSIrP., _
and credits of Robert Aim HYPOPKOSPHITESAlmost ; Sets Reeds-U Stops-Couplers- 41.6wks.Count. Judge.
foods, Handsome Q.."e. Catalogue Price 9200.
I Walker Dade deceased, S -S. "
late of county,
.- 4 Intestate should not be granted to E. as Palatable as Milk. Stool,Cover,Instructor,Music Book NOTICE.

I' \ Gale, who has made application for the 80 disguised that it can be taken, and all Freight Paid.
digested, aDd assimilated by the moat Other Special OJ'a,just at good. Largest Stock All persons having claims against the
same. sensitive stomach, when the plain oil South to chooseroau TE.V GRASD MAKERS. estate ot Susan P. Russell, late of B re-
i A. E. METER, nmnot be tolerated; and by the com 300 Different Stylo. Can suit all buyers. Write
[ County Judge, iytaatlon of the oil with the nypopno I J'f '-- for catalogues circulars and Free Copy oj our new Far il county.FIorida.deceased,pre here-

40 Acting as Probate Judge, Dade Co phi tea b much more effieaclon. paper"Sharps and Flats,"girinyfuU and valuable by required to present them,properly
Bei&riuble is t flesh prodacer.vUIe /t. information. authenticated, within the time prescribed -
i LiLjI the Honorable Miner S. ;
: REMEMBER by law, to
SCHER Persowgala rapWJ Uikg It.SCOTTB -
A. FRO OUR LOW PRICES. Tones, County Judge of said county or
EMULSION:is acknowledged ,.;. undersigned this notice will
Tlta Florida ; !.- : ; OUR EASY TERJHS. to the or ,
1 svlUe, -_ Physicians to be the Finest and B6st prepa t.? -> '', ONE PRICE ONLY. stand in bar 01 payment; and all per

Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden ration In the world tor the relief and cure oi ; : HANDSOME OUTFITS. sons indebted to said estate are*required

A BEST INSTRUMENTS. make immediate settlement with the
Coffins Gases and Caskets. GENERAL DEBILITY WASTING 15 DATS TRIAL.' undersigned.
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Funerals attended if desired. All orders COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. .' .: 0 :' i ,,- Administrator ot the estate[of SusanP.
I*' promptly executed, and at reasonablcf .Th great remedy''for Consumption, and ; ; 3i. LUDDEN&BArES'SOUTltEBI.IC .Hus eIl. deceased, Titusville,Florida'

|> rates. Embalming.done. -' x : Wasting in ChGdrtn. Sold yalf Drugg HOUSE. SMJUUAH.EL Jan. 18th, 1889. *

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LOCAL. ,_ iACOXICS/ Oyster,2 shell lime of A 1 quality is I -We are in receipt of an invitatic '\, ;" ""... 'f' "F.':}?' ...'.,...c '., 'f.l.... --. W'w-, : ,. ,. -. ..... .. ..."'r\-v.,',..',, ". ,' ,.,'" \ :
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ten'cents offered for sale by J. S. Watson, of El from the management of the SubTropical : 1.,' ::" ."T-t>.'. ..: ." I .. .' .;
-: Local .advertisements: are at Jacksonville, to be present at the: _'.: 'j!! : 't"1""
Price'furnished ; :
Dora. on application : i "I :- /i" i' ': ;1!
perjine. :
; -J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the second annual opening yesterday, the i "
-Doa'1 forget the shooting contest at pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florid 20th. It would have given us great pleasure -

Merritt: SaturdayJhe 23rd inst. a,is now operating in Titusville. For to have been present, for we believe f

\. '-New styles, in Full Suits or single] information, address box 211. the opening of this Exposition so soon

'pants-prices way below zero-at J.Bin after the recent scourge, will show to visiting ; -
-Wet or dry the amateur perforn
baum's.' ance will take place at Wager's Hall people,that our State is alive to her The. Peoples's Bazar

-Capt. W. B. Watson expects to have this (Thursday) evening. Doors open best interests, and that come what may: ]
the Da Florida will always be found ready and I
the,steamer White running on ;y. at : .

tona route in .a.few days. ,7:30.Messrs.. Alfred Bishop Mason and at the front. The brief time the SubTropical -
is to be kept should inspire
-Elegant Umbrellas, Rubber Coat Mason Young,of the Jacksonville, Tamp

... Rubber Leggins and Rubber Hats at ,J. and Key West system, and a few friend( the ties to management make the and display the as different magnified coui On Corner, next to Railway Depot, Titusville.

Birnbaum's.Messrs. visit to and Lake Wort
are on a Jupiter
and attractive as possible.Just !
W. I. Metcalf and S. ]F. this week... the Legislature show For Cash-Button hole twist, lc., full 100yd.; black silk thread 3c.; spool cotton .
Gibbs;of Melbourne, were in town last. Major C. B. Magruder returned on as soon as 2c.;; best brass pins 4c.; American pins l\c. pkg.; socks 4c. up; Jood'note paper
Friday for a short while. Monday afternoon from Jacksonville l'iO its intention to investigate the route, improvement 6 sheets, lc.; black ink 3c.; best machine oil 3c.; hammocks SOc. to$1:32; scissors -k
and navigation of the Florid to 32c.; .whisk brooms 5c.; suspenders, 12 to 20 c.; Island City knitting cotton 2Jc;
stood 80 in i the
The thermometer as to be present at the annual meetin Coast Canal, as it has done lately by aj Flannel Shirts from 75c. to $1.25; crochet quilts bed spreads, button*,nbu shade, last Saturday, every one panting of the Indian River Pine-apple and Cocoanut pointing a committee to 'investigate its blacking-brushes, towels, napkin, cartridges, in fact, :lDvthing"ou want,
and said, '"summer." Grove Association which was held at the People's Cash Bazaar cheaper than you ever bought before.:
\ work, just so soon does the Canal Com-
-Mr. Ed. Arnold returned last Saturday at Rockledge on Tuesday.Mrs. pang come out in print with ,something Men's Undershirts, from 20c. to 40c. .

to, Indian River from a trip away for W. H. Sharpe, of City Point like the following, which we clip from an

a short s time. paid a visit to Titusville last Friday, and< exchange: "Active work will soon con .

-RiverFronts.for sale on easy term in a short chat with the STAR stated that mence on the East Coast Canal by the

for cash See A. V. Hi cock, Georgian, the Rocky Point House was quite comfortably new company. It expects have dredge

Fla. He means business. filled with guests this season at work simultaneously at St. Augustine ,

Senator G. S. Hardee returned from Mrs. Sharpe's excellent reputation as :a the Haulover and various other points

the special session of the Legislature las hostess always brings many to stay wit! It will also dig: the canal from St. Augustine y ,-"

Saturday, having received a leave of alr her during the winter season. to the St. Johns River The new THE FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL AXDSEMI-TROPICAL EXPOSITION

sence before the Senate adjourned.Capt. The steamer Georgiana proceeded company proposes to push matters. The .

U. G. Schoonmaker and his' Sunday night to take the run of tin best thing the company could do woul<

party of (Pa.) Scrantonites arrived her Rockledge after the accident to her boile be to start the work as mentioned abov

last Friday from their trip to Jupiter, at Melbourne. At the time to start her at once and carry it through. The peopl- -

having enjoyed a pleasant trip.'Vager's Captain, H. C. Cassidy, was at the evening want to see the actual work done, am ateAc 1 -
service of the Episcopal Church, bu not so much what is to be done! and nothing -
Hall, to-night, at 8 o'clock,
entertainment for the benefit of the< the service was just over and the Cap accomplished.Just .
lain ready and at his a received 100 Ann Oi
Episcopal Church under the management was soon post, Cape :
of Mrs. :M. P. Robbins. he Always is. The Rockledge arrivei Suits at S2.25 per suit at J. Birnbaum' }f

here again Tuesday.Mr. .,
-Two thousand choice two-year ok Wedding Dens in Titusville.Last .
lemon buds; two thousand two-year ok] H. L. Ray, Mayor of the town

Tangerine orange bud:;, and ten thou of Quincy, Fla., a junior brother of oui Thursday evening Titusville wa
I all alive the occasion the
sand other orange buds for sale by E. SWiley Mr. S. H. Ray, is expected to pay our being marriage
ofIr.. F. T. and Miss France
Budge :
Titusville.On town a short visit in the near future
Amelia Pritchard eldest of
The Quincy Herald there is no better
the St. Lucie say:
her trip Tuesday I
James Pritchard President of
Captain ,
officer in the State .
smash two win qualified mayoral
had the misfortune to
the Indian River Bank.
the lower river than Mayor Ray. We are not going tc
flows while running on .
St. Gabriel's Church bad been tastily
of wind be personal nor dispute with our totem
It caused by a sudden puff
was trimmed: by the friends of these two .t
the porary, but we have a mayor here thai
throwing her up against mangrove and chancel rail lectern and
folks ,
young ,
will be him close jtn-1!
rubbing pretty ,
JAI 29th
bushes. organ were draped with evergreens an! WILL OPEN AT OCALA, ,
the: 'same.
1 -The lady superintendent of St. Ga lowers[ while above the marriage arch
Church Mrs. D. L. To-night willbe. performed "The(
briel's Episcopal ( was suspended a marriage bell of evergreen -
Gaulden)acknowledges receipt of a dona- : Loan of a Lover" nd: "Ici on Parle Fran- and white and red roses. Over the F.. 0.. JBUC: Aa.A.Y,

anon J."I of $5 from Dr. F. ol i cais" for the benefit of St. Gabriel's: arch was suspended a descending dove,

Columbus, Ohio, in aid of the Sunday Episcopal Church. Irrespective of coming representing the Holy Spirit. Such a (Formerly of the firm of Huckabay & Budge,)

sch to witness and support home talent, scene and ceremony has not been witnessed -

ol.'Ve are pleased to state that Arbor we trust that all who have the welfare in our town since the nuptials of Stock of

Day was not neglected in Titusville alto rf the church at heart will make an effort Mr. and Mrs Gruber. \ Will Open a Large

gether.' Dr.J. M.Dixon planted a number to be present. Reserved seats to be The church was crowded to overflowing -

r of ,trees in front of his residence and obtained of J. Birnbaum, price 50 cents. and Mr. and Mrs.:: Budge must feel Furniture and BeddingIn

store; also did Mr. Gruber in front of the General admission, 35 cent.- Secure quite pleased at such a large attendance;

Postoffice. I four seats early. Doors open at 7:30, is it certainly is a mark of the highest

performance to commence at 8 p. m. jsteem citizens could show them.
-Mrs. M. Owens has returned to our January at their old stand, and solicits the patronage of all his
-As the afternoon train At eight o'clock the bride entered the
approaching -
Titusville after a year or more spent friends on the river. 36
among her friends in Tennessee, but says: the dock last Friday the axle to the church: accompanied by her father, and

she is glad to be back at Titusville once forward truck of the locomotive was vas, met at the altar by the groom, who

more. She stopping with her son-in- wisted: off as the engine passed over the entered from the vestry-room. The wed- WE CALL THE ATTENTION

]law, Capt.Rice. frog of a switch. The engineer immediitely ling[ march was selected from Wagner's

'-Mr. C. A. M. Webber is now in : applied the air-brakes and the train beautiful opera, Lohengrin, and pealed Of the people of Indian River to our stock of Good,

charge of the Southern Express Co.'s was stopped before any damage was done. orth: in joyous strains from the organs which we are offering at very close margin. ,
of Had the train been going at full speed the bridal party entered. We make a specialty of
office at this place since departure kM
he: result would have been quite disas- The party were met at the altar byjthe
Mr. Norwood to the Legislature at
hassee. Mr. Webber makes an efficient :rous. The accident was,no doubt,caused lev. Mr. Huntington, who performed Groceries Grain Hay and Flour 1 ki i
he beautiful in a manner -
y a hot box, as all the boxing was melted ceremony pesuliarly ,
officer.Captain out and the wheel almost melting hot. his own, which we are all so

Simonson returned Monday The(' disabled engine had to remain until much pleased with. After the conclusion On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock oflEHT'S

night with his party from down the river;, he: evening freight arrived, and another of the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Budge R
coming via Banana River. From here engine was telegraphed for to carry out epaired to their home in North Titus- FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, ETC., w

he leaves for a cruise up the Hillsboroughand the train the next day. rille, where the congratulations of their iVhich we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly to a
Halifax Rivers, going as far as Day- riends and relatives were received. their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low. a
tona. Messrs.: H. S. Williams, of Rock- The bride wore a white Surah dress We will be pleased to quote prices at any time. s,
edge and J. H. White, ef Georgiana
-Arthur Love's Comedy Company with bridal veil. Her hair was trimmed -
in town their to E. L. BFI..A.DYROBBINS : t te
were Tuesday on way tb
play "SenatorfSpread Eagle1" at 'Yager'sHall with orange blossoms, and in her hand .
Ocala to attend the annual meeting of ....
tomorrow night. Those who wantto he carried a bouquet of roses and other
he; American Pomological Association,
enjoy an evening's merriment shouldbe owers. The groom wore the conven- f
sure and attend. Reserve seats at on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of ional black. Mr. and Mrs. Budge have ,
his week. Owing to the late arrival of
Birnbaum's. Price 73 cents; general admission ; he best wishes of their large circle of
he; steamer Rockledge they missed connection -
50 cents. riends, as well as that of THE FLORIDA

-:Mr. E. M. Moore,who has had charge with the Jacksonville train and STAR. BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. 4.
lad to remain over until yesterday morn- REAL ESTATE
\ of the Western Union Telegraph office i iI I
ng. Mr. Williams will try to persuade
here, has taken charge of the affairs ofthe .
w the Pomological Commissioner to come
railroad at the end of the
company :md spend three or four days on Indian OY4wuoyp 1r
railroad wharf, and Mr. Gruber will here- LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. 1d
River, and should he do so, a lecture from
after attend to the telegraphy depart-
ment. lira to our orange and other fruit growers Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
; if it could be arranged, would be r
-The number of tourists arriving on lost entertaining and instructive. Lett ROYALRoA er.n nYrsi ,Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 per

Monday 'was considerably ]larger than be done if possible.The ent. in twelve months.
usual, and the new steamer St. Lucie Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000.
rolling stock and rails' for the () A Business lots from $250 to $2,500. 1r
seems to be their favorite, nearly all the rr. c 1
and Lake Worth Railroad is arising 1

\ From passengers, now until going; the aboard first of of April her directly.we may Jupiter r loaded here on the nearly Loxahatchie every day immediately, and will be i:t'.t t, a ;Y fi', : Agents for Florida Southern Rai.hayMore Lands i 1M 1t

probably' look for the largest travel of j .
the season. for their new route. Though this short I I I I ,::"y than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every
route is narrow guage it will be sufficient suitable for Fruit and Vegetable
Miss Fannie Birnbaum, of Savannah county in the State, Farming, Grazing,
-, to meet the transportation demands of Growing-Pine Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre and I
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been few weeks
who has
spending a
he Lake Worth region which is now settling ipwards. '
with her brother, Mr. Jacob Birnbaum, The '-
and improving so rapidly. I
started last'Saturday morning for Apopka improved up route of reaching Lake. 4K1$0POWDER P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida. y

returning to her home. During her stay Tampa and Key West system is of great A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk 1r
in Titusville :Miss B. made a host of 31. D-
LakeNorth's Circuit Court. at Law.
>benefit to that section, and with Atty. ,..
friendswho, all regret her departure.Dr. .
\ material advantages, its cosmopolitan -
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F, H. Houghton, of Columbus, and energetic.inhabitants, it will JREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

Ohio, who spent several months at Titus: draw largely from the,tide of tourists and Absolutely Pure.
rifle last season, will arrive here about Lome-seekers who visit I South_ Florida Complete. Abstracts of Title 'furnished to all lands In lire
Thin powder never varies. A marvel of purity, ward county, Florida.
the first of the coming month, and will There are quite a number of, hotels there, rength and whclesomenesa More economical .4 1' .
be prepared to attend to all.operations in than the ordinary kinds and cannot be Bold in ; '
new y furnished,so- that all who wish to competition with the,multitude of low test short ( Titles Examined and Perfected.
his line of dentistry. PersonaUy.we'-ean not hesitate or listen tony weight. slain or phosphate powders; Sold only in
recommend Dr.. Houghton; as' a dentist isit there ,may C&D8., Royal Baking Powder' Co.,, 106 Wall Street, Box 25O a Titusville Fla.
he is among,the best.) conflicting reports. ewYork.JfJe


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