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 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 28, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00075901:00140
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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t VQIr. IX. : TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1889. .


: 4. Cocoa. aniums which grow in profusion around

, ftfr! TON Fowler. is spending a few days4CocoLr.A. tee pleasant house of the Major and his Melbourne. Washington's Birthday was celebrated j
A lot of ties were received last week with much enthusiasm at Melbourne
J wife. :Mr. Shallcross then took the
7 party for the Melbourne and Atlantic Railroad Beach. A pleasant gathered at
; A. Taylor spent Monday in Ti. down to Mr. Sanders' place where the visitors company !
looked in Mr.: D. B. Grubb arrived Saturday Captain Wilcox's house in the evening

e. of wondering delight upon night from a trip to the northern part of and an impromptu dance was had, music :
BHaud S." is anchored at Cocoa acres pine-apple plants in all stages of
;:fle, the State. for the occasion being furnished by Cap-
: If,few days. growth. Mr. H. J. Tiffin, who made one tain Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Beaujean and ;
of the party, bought the privilege of Mrs. Chase arrived on Friday and left
cut-
'' get.jag. Bolton preached a most efiectoaennon ting from the "parent stems" half doz- on the Annie H. to join her husband on others. The party spent a very pleasant
t. jW .: on Sunday last in Hill's hall. of the a his claim. evening, the elderly and rheumatic portion -
en luscious
r ; "apples" so that the
i 'yrJ, W. C. Barnes, of Jacksonville of the company seeming to enjoy it
c -1-; jk ladies might the Mr. Wheeler
enjoy novel pleasure of I and his mother left :Monday -
t : visit to this place on'Mon-: thoroughly, if they did not dance.
'lIying
i) ,...-s eating "pines" plucked almost by their morning for their home at Grand

! = by. own fair hands. Reluctantly the party Rapids, Mich. :Messrs. Schuyler and Chase have located I

..::}I the exquisite orange blossoms in all I left Tropic,but as Messrs. Shallcross and Mr. W. H. Glenn and family have on Government land on the penin-

purity and fragrance are with us Tiffin had ordered dinner to be served for moved over to Melbourne Beach and will sular, near Hog Point. This takes about :

flD'i the party on their return to the Hotel build a house soon. the last piece of U. S. land on the eastside

::: ', ,Mr.Jake Paine is at home with hisjents Indian River, the pleasure seekers felt H. E. McMillan\ is building a V bottomed I! for many miles. On the west side
after that there was still of everything is claimed for the Barrabas
again having spent severaJfh' a reserve pleasurein
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boat for Mr.
: Chas. H. Stewart
the north. store for them and all Canal Company. The writer knows of
>JIOIIths in they anticipated which looks as if it would be fast. !'
: was realized when the "Lelia V." at least a dozen parties who would have
iJ. : A very pleasant evening was spent on steamed in at Reckledge at': 4 o'clockp. F. M. Comstock, Esq., has been settinga settled on these lands in this vicinity in
.J icy by the young people in a social lot of orange and lemon trees on the the last months
eight but
: m., and they found a splendid repast upon applying
musicale at Hill's Hall. ]
was
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y :4'; Captain R. P. Paddison was warmly equal to the occasion and the day Another arrival in town at M. G. El drawn from market for sixty daysThe
; was a
,f'fii a n100med by his many friends last week brilliant success all round. lis'-a nine and one-half pound boy. sixty days, however, have extended from
; itRociledge, Cocoa and City Point. Score six to I
for Melbourne within a few May January. We are much pleasedto

._ t Mr. W. Wilson has returned from his Minis. months past. see that the Legislature has made a

,.7,f; pre at Eau Gallic where he had 700 Mr. Philip Ruhlman is at the Hiawathafor More\ rain and heavy winds. People move to investigate the canal fraud, and i i

:: added orange trees set out during-his a few days. who have lived in the State for many have placed Hon. G. S. Hardee on the J .

, i. ty there. Misses Fiffield, Edson and Mims visited years say they have never seen so unpleasant committee. As he is a man that can : T

';;: Mr. Alec V. French, one of Sanford's Rockledge last week. a winter. neither be bull-dozed nor bought, we may 1

-'f Bort popular and handsome young men, Mr. Patillo, of Osteen, Fla., is down Captain :Mercier and Mrs. Mercier\ look for an honest report in the matter.

nth Mr. G. W. Shallcross, of N. Y., looking after Mrs. Boyenton's grove. gave us a pleasant call last Sabbath. The AVe noticed last week the arrival and

k nt a few days at Cocoa last week.- Misses Fiffield and Edson. left :Mnnd.iv captain reported about forty passengers departure for the inlet the Palatka sloon.. J
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I ;'f'"' $a Wednesday afternoon Mrs W. afternoon for more northern clime-----J, well] down to Rockledge. Bertha. The gentlemen must have madea

./: fiD] :Mr. H. J. Tiffin, Mrs. Bertha pleased with our beautiful Indian River Dr. McCormick and family arrived on very short stay there, as the next we

:* Sdttferand Miss Daisy Peck left on the country. the St. Lucie Monday night, and were hear of them is up the river. It seems I

}t St. Lucie for little Mel- landed they did not wish to return by of
.. jjeimer a trip to Mr. W. N. Hendry has been ill, and at their destination, the Goode way
f t kerne and the ocean beach. House the Titusville, and so had their boat hauled
:; not able to be at the store in sever- by ever-obliging Capt. Bravo.AVe .

11 Another pleasant ,dance at Hill's Hall al days. His brother, Mr.Fred Hendry, see in the Times-Union a glowing across from Cocoa to Lake Poinsett and
started down
the St.
. J; fattreek. It is said that the young men has charge while he is away. account of the fishing at Jupiter. Capt. Johns. Having no

a anxious to learn the round dances Dr. and Mrs. Bromwell told us that he caught 25 blue pilot, they became bewildered by the in- ,
McCormick, accompaniedby numerable channels and j
. ',:" ; od Intend to devote one evening out of Mrs. Helen fish in,an hour's time, while there, and finally lost their
Hyman left af-
Monday bearings and the true channel
eeh week to the task. that the there entirely. I
':. pleasant fishing surpassed anything J
ternoon for
Melbourne. Mrs.
Hymanwill
After trying for along time to work out,
.':: Kr.O. W. Bromwell of Palatka Fla. he ever saw.
probably, visit Lake Worth before and only] becoming more hopelessly en-
1' min Cocoa on Thursday last. He had returning.Mr. The Osprey and Little Casino, which tangled they abandoned their boat and

:';: nst returned from a trip to Lake Worth and Mrs W. L. Cosgrove, who have been hauled out for repairs, are once for three days waded and floundered

" ',{.". there he had been to see about contacting more in commission, having been thor-
have !
been visiting Mr.\ Burtus, will visit, through saw-grass ponds, marsh, prairie
: a telegraph line from Jupiter before returning to Chicago: 111., Orange oughly overhauled, repaired and repainted. and scrub, emerging at last from the wilderness 1
1 Film Beach. The Osprey leaves tbis.week for 'V'I'
City, Palatka, St. Augustine and Lookout a at Hardeeville, where they were I

Dirine service and the celebration of Mountain,Tenn. trip down the river. taken up by the Rockledge and carriedto ,

> i Mj Communion will be held next Sun- There is to be a Rainbow Sociable Among the arrivals last week were Titusville. The party saved only their

'; :; 1 fy,March 3rd, at St. Michael's Episcopal at the Hiawatha Friday evening, :March Miss Eva Fairbanks and on Saturday guns, we believe, and were fortunate to

1'; Church, Cocoa, at 10:30 o'clock a. m. 1. Would like to see all the young gen- :Major Fairbanks, of Sewanee, Tenn. The escape alive. The cold winds and almost .

' } (standard time), by archdeacon Carp en- tlemen out, and have a fair contest for Major is the author of the well-known :Incessant rain,coupled with being lost in

; kr. Afternoon services will also be held the prize of the best sewer. "History of Florida." They are stoppingwith the marsh in an open boat many miles

!, lithe same day by archdeacon Carpenter In last week's notes your correspondent their friends at Dr. DuBose's. from a human habitation, must have been :

,at 3 o'clock p. m. (standard time.) neglected to mention Arbor Day. A Messrs. Hodgson's steamer Kathleen dismal enough. We hear that the gen-
has been chartered for month tlemen say if they ever come to the river
a we are
'.'! many friends of Mr. "r. V. Rhodes number of trees-orange, magnolia, ma .
'i.IThe told, to assist in setting beacons for the again they will make it their business to
glad to learn that he has decided ple, oak and bay-were planted, and, if
so-called Canal vessels hunt up the parties who advised themto j
. Kt to go to Sanford this winter, as he at they live, will make a decided improve, Company, so can ; +
avoid the piled sand and shoals take that route-and then, look out \
up created -
fat intended, but will open up his taxi- ment in the looks of our place.Aiilcoim. .
by the ? for gore! U. D'ONOHU.
army establishment for the season in the IL great ( ) dredge, we sup-

tore of Mr. Edward Magruder, at Rock- pose.The ] 1

Jed & Mr. Rhodes pleases everyone by Frank Chafee has just closed his engagement Gleason Brossteamer Uniquetook Lake Worth.

m.affable manners and interesting talks on the Cleo. quite a large party to the dedicationof Weather damp.Consequently .

4 w taxidermy. Our elevated signal light beams cheer- the new church at Eau Gallie last satisfactory. of 1
I The lake is alive with boats. }
I Sunday. The boat has been
a 5 'Yr. A. S. Lee had a "Birthday ProSSire fully over the placid waters. lengthenedat
both ends and remodeled, and now, as The Bon Ton came in from the B. I. R.
Euchre Party" given to him on Eugene Woillard and wife have been
we heard"one it "runs likea on the 12th.
party ,
Feb. 19th by his sister, lrs. J. M. Lee. up the river this week on business. express ] ,
scalded hog. Mrs. J. S. Earnest
Die went to Jupiter on
. i participants enjoyed a most exciting We now look quite metropolitan with
and Miss Pereneau and Mr. Robert DuBose the 11th and returned on the 15th.
poe
to Mr. A. S. LeeH.the
strange say, our new wharf, dock and freight-house.
'* winner of the first prize for the also left us on :Monday morning on their The :Mary B. came in on the 8th and

pntlemen, while Mrs.\ J. Holt, of Ken- Benjamin Hogg, of Waveland, madeus return to Sewauee, Tenn., to prepare for left again for Jacksonville on the 19th.E. in 4
a call with a cargo ot lumber on his
lucky, carried off the ladies' first prize. the ensuing collegiate year at the Univer- B. Briggs and family and a large
A schooner Nimrod. sity of the South. We shall miss their :
delightful supper was served and sweet party of friends from Kentuckey arrivedon

2 ttiac mingled with the busy hum oft Saeger Bros. have commenced shipping pleasant company, and hope for their return the 11th.Captain '".
trices lettuce, beans, and other garden truck. early in the fall. I
r during the entire evening. Fozzard's sharpie arrived from i \
They will make to Waveland for
a trip The down
A jolly party of "Pomologists" from Rockledge brought anotherlot Jacksonville on the 12th, and broke its
'the convention the American PomoVcal crates this week. of steel rails Saturday night. Capt. foremast on the 20th. ]

Mr. R. Richardson, of Iowa, can be Mercier indly took a number of Mel- :
Society, recently held at Ocala, Henry Matter and son, of Philadel-
t'tIne seen on any fine morning about sunrise bournites over to the railroad dock on
down to Rockledge on Saturday phia, Pa., arrived on the 14th and are
nos pulling at the oars like a veteran. We Sunday afternoon. A few minutes ena-
spent Sunday and Monday "taking stopping at George A. Gale's.
fr the think it a fine, vigorous indication. bled the party to cross to the sea shore
beauties Indian River
of our Testimony is to be taken in the Good-
4 while the rails
anatry. The party is under the charge Elias Matter and Prof. McCarty have were being unloaded. rich-Bullock contest case at the Oaklawn I

; *&r. H. H. Cary, the Fish Commission- gone to Titusville to meet Mrs McCarty, About two-fifths of the rails are laid on House on the 25th-so the subpoenas ;

trot the State of Georgia. They all took who has just closed, with distinguishedsuccess the Melbourne and Atlantic Railroadnot say.
c five year's as The road is of Assistant Keeper D. A. Allen came 1
steamer St. Lucie on Monday eye- a engagement pre- tramway. standard I
ting to go to Jupiter and Lake Worth. ceptress of Tilford Collegiate Academy, guage and, as before stated, may not be down from Jupiter on the 11th to lookafter -I of
in
' Vinton, la. During this time she has limited to the present termini. Captain his Lake Worth property, and returned ,

Mr G. W. Shallcross, of 1Y., who had sole charge of the ladies' departmentand Wilcox is pushing the road ahead as fastas on the 13th.

lis retinues to grow in popularity amongmany general supervision of the boardnig the rails can be gotten on the ground. Messrs.\ A. C. More and Ashton H. :

tad friends and admirers in Bre department, which has grown to over one Fish are plentiful here, though they Cary, of Georgia, are stopping at E. B.
county, invited a merry party for a ladies i Plunket's and in their
the cruise hundred with fifty young under seem to run more along the east shore I putting time fishing i

. mornin8 down the river on Sunday her immediate control. She is an artistof than the west. We saw a wheelbarrow hunting, etc., and with good suc )
.
Mr. S. had the steamer Lelia
*nd the high merit and a thorough German full of very fine mullet, trout, bass and cess.
numbered nine.
y party They
'meted scholar, in addition to possessing a fine crevalle the other night that had just Visitors are still coming in lively, even
several points of interest on :Mer-
.fill s Island classical education. Mrs McCarty bringsto been brought in, and another lot of mul- if some folks don't believe it. To show

do"n by and rounded the voyage Florida a richness of discipline and a let, trout and pompano taken just below that some few visitors do come down and 1
a visit of an hour or two mostactOrilY
l fullness of experience possessed by few the mouth of the Banana River: look at us once in awhile there was 67
at Tropic. The very name women in the State. arrivals at two of our hotels recently.
suggests the fullness of its wealth of We received a pleasant call last week

fruits, flowers and abundant vegetables, And still they come., from Mr. John V. and A. DuBois Baird, Porter & Potter report,during the past j

.'-t no.words can describe the attractions who were here on business with their two weeks, the sale of two five-acre tracts I (
For Sale.
.*?d beauty of the place itself. Tropic is schooner Cornelia. They came down on the west side at $40 per acre, fourteenacres in (

,toted at the southernmost point of the5nd and Millinery Notion,Establishment Dress Making,, Fancy on Washington Goods- Saturday afternoon, and made the run of ocean beach hammock at $75 an

and is almost entirely surrounded Av., Titusville, Fla. A well estab- from Rockledge here in two hours, with acre, and twenty acres on the west side the
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both the Indian and Banana rivers. lished business, clean stock, neat and well double reefs in both sails. "Duby" re- at $20 an acre.Marriedat.

The party :was cordially received by Mad appointed store-2-stories. Will, be disposed ports Rockledge as livening up somewhat. the residence of the bride's ..
Mar of reasonable terms.
kf Mrs. Caspar, and when the ladies ground leaSe-moderate on rent. Suitable Long It is "as good'as a meeting" listen to parents, at Hypoluxo, on the 18th Inst.,

\1m. Caspar filled their hands with reasons will be given for selling. Address their reminiscences of life on the river, by Hon. J. C. 'Hoagland, Mr. Richard :

,crttt bunches splendid roses and ger- P.. O. Box 244, Titusville, Fla. the Keys and Bahamas., J.. Bassett, of Dakota, to Miss Lillian A. t P

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: THEATRE ETIQUETTE.r ... A. p. MCNEIL, M. D., ( I:. C. OLIVER. ," F. T, BCD(3E.QLIS7BiR .
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Never whistle during a scene on .; :
i. the tags People of Titusville and surroundingcountry. > ,

Do,not play poker with your neighbor Medicineand Surgery practised
during the play. in all of its branches.All .Dealers in

-. Never try to be, near your friends by calls left for me at Grand View
sitting on the arm of an orchestra chair. Hotel will be attended to promptly. 36
: PINE
all occasions. If GEORGIA LUMBER
'\ Be self possessed on
tL; -. the central chandelier falls upon you try ,
I'. to appear unconcerned. RAY & BRYAN, .

f Take the seats the usher gives you. SHINGLES AND LATHS. .
:.' Do not insist upon occupying a private Ar"tesian.viTell
t ,;,' 'box on the strength of a hat check.

f 'jot Dress quietly for the theatre. A loud GrE ER.AL :.aA..R.D-UV: AR.E
A1DIRRIGATION
suit frequently keeps the other auditors ,

,., from hearing what is said on the stage.
.," Those who affect the front row in the CONTRACTORS

K' ", .. derby gallery hats must or rubbers not drop into peanut the orchestra shells Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery

"circle. Solicit Correspondence.

Do not spoil the plot of the play by AE TS A 1D
;'*. .yelling the villain not to forget the incriminating TI'JUSVIIXE, ....LOUID..I. OJLS9
.:*' he drops near the .
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:; : cor}KB.Persons: Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers

who take cold easily and are ,

*.v': ;, never especially it near susceptible the cornet to draughts player should in the OVVkV a Wl1 HQuse)::1,: Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.

,, orchestra. I
:/ If can hire a pair of opera glasses
; you
;. without paying a deposit it is only a Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla. I POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

weak sentiment that requires you to return -
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Xew House and Newly Furnished.
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i :" Rooms single or in Suites. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.jLlLAIiAK .
/ f. Ifyou have tho end seat do not stretch
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4 ,: your legs all the way across the aisle.
,:; Leave a little room for the book-of-the- NEAR THE INLET. UIG.I.c ron.Y. TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLO SEES,

f.opera. boy to pass. Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
.- If the gentleman next you goes out be- FIt C. Starch, Proprietor.Manufacturer II T t
". tween acts remember that no lady will Best View of Lake and Ocean, I Tie DI.L\-1 RIVER NUKSEBone IIE .

place'her tutti frutti on his vacant chair of fmc Havana and Do- I Kea!, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizer

I and forget all about it until next morning. And best Hunting and Fishing groundson mestic Cigars. Trade supplied with line 1 CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TEIDIS CASH.JOHN :: .
y When you take your deaf uncle with Lake Worth. hand muleoods.: Orders: promptly filled.
''+ you repeat all the jokes to him. Some }Factory at)!aIalmr. Fla. 28S.F B. LEACH, Iiulian Kivcr Nurseries, East Melbourne, Ill.I .
:>;t jokes are so good that the rest of the audience .
?: will not mind hearing them a Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks I -- -- -

,- second time. and Tropical Growth both GRAY.
4: IC1yd S1; In leaving the theatre if you are a Wild and Cultivated.Try .

..' ,' the woman gentleman's put your back mull in front in the of small you and of us once and you will come again. Watch Irlaker and Jeweller. York, Charleston & Florida Lines.

push If you are a man put your arms ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor.
The of this Line
sail
to
Magnificent
ftJllo1t3
*: Steamships : are appointed as <
akimbo and waddle. Shop at John M.! Dixon'Drag Store Titnsville, ria
Standard Time.
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t < :Men of short etaturo-who find it diffi- GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, ALL AVOUK WAKUANTED.NEWSPAPER .
cult to see the stage will find a thick ...
ulster and a sealskin sacquo of great as-
.- '>'. Distance when properly folded and used Foreign: :Ris: DonlP 1ic.Seiser NA UM.AN' For Jacksonville. From Jacksonville. to New York

t as a basis of operations. CHEROKEE(via. Charleston),Fri., Mar. 1. 3 p. m. I SEMINOLE Sunday March a at C a n.CIIEKOKEE +I II
w You throw a bouquet or a horseshoe SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY I IRoQUOIS (via.Charleston' ), }'ri", Mar. 8,3 p. : Thursday March 7. at 3 t.IUOQUOIS t..
; may Bro. i SEMINOLE (direct), - TUPS., Mar. 12.3 p. m-I Thursday, March 14. at 2 r cSLM1XOLE
.., of roses at tho prima donna but COmp'Y9 i I CIIEKOKEE (via. Charleston), Fri., Mar. IS,3 p. m : Sunday, M rcb 17. at 5 a. c,
never heave a brick at the tenor or pros- 9 THE I'2OXEEH AGENCY. IROQUOIS (direct). Tues., Mar. 19, 3 p. m. I I CHEROKEE Thur Uar, lUrch :1, at I a a
trate the basso profundo by hitting him SEMINOLE! (via.Charleston), Fri.,Mar. 22, 3 p. m. IROQUOIS: Sunday. March :4. at I' anSE1IIXOLE.
in the neck with a golosh. For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.XAUMAX I CHEROKEE (direct), - Tues.,Mar. 6,3 p. m.IIIOQUOIS Tburstlay, March :;to at p c
Agents for Bishop, Iloyt & Go's Hammock (via. Charleston), Fri, Mar.20,3 p. m. CHEROKEE, Sunday March 31. at I.a c
: t Even if a play is stupid you have no Land Florida Oranges, I IP.OQUOIS, Thurxlay, April 4, at 7 a I:).
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right to snore so loud that the walking
.. Citra, Florida. / i For Fernandina. From Fernandina to :New York
gentleman forgets his lines through ner- Ilaulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla.
vousness. Snoring, however loud will i I YEMASSEE(vi*. Charleston).Tues., Mar. 5,3 p. m. DELAWARE Sunday STarch 3. at C!p B.
: not make the play any better.If I DELAWAREviaCharlestonTuea, Mar.12, 3 p. m. YOIASSEt Sunday larch 19. at t p. B.
SS.Solid Gold Watch.l YEMASSEE Charleston) Tues., Mar. 19,S p. m. DEL.\W.\Rr.. Sunday, March IT, at 4 r t
the author of the play happens to sit li5 arr" Sold lor tioo.until lately I DEI A WARE(via Charleston)Tues., Mar.26, 3 p. m. YEMASSEE. S i.day, March 24, at 7 i 21.
r nest to you ao not advise him to go to COMMISSION' MERGHAHOiSB! / V 4 y Best ferfecl fi-iJ timekeeper.watch la the world.W r-J I DfXAWAltE, Sunday, March 31, U 4 p. n"
other theatre to show that is
some see a 1' Tinted. Heavy Solid oold
% worth looking at. He may have, done his i / and Hunting ge nt Case'sizes.,Both with ladiet worki* For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to i
best on the play you are witnessing.On and cisn of equal ..aloe.t .
: Onel'ersouineichlocaltiy I J. A LESLIE. Agent'Jacksonville T. G. EGKR Traffic Manager, 35 DroHW1r,X t'" rOIl:
rainy nights gallery gods are not r, can tecare one free, J. A. STEAD,Agent.Fernandina I
.; permitted by the rules of etiquette to Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. gable tosrfther line with of our HouseholdS large andral- JOHN HOWARD, T. F.A., Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER, T. P. A..Jacke&Ti.ie.1VM. .
bang their dripping umbrellas over the U'/ well as the watch we lend
railing. Such course is apt to dampen Free,and after you hare kept
3 the ardor of the audience down stairs. 28 N.: Delaware Ave., and 20 Water St. who them m.iy'h-iTS in your t-vne railed,for they C become months your and own shown property.them to Those those --

Read all the the who write at once can be sure of receivinsr the vVntch
fc jokes printed
on
*, pro- and Sample. We nay all express,freightetc. Address
-gramme and forever after eschew them. Fa.ReferencesSevcnth Stinson .5i Co., I'ux 613,1'ortland,Maine.
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cal programme until it has been found 893 ,
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unavailable because of age everywhere Nat'l. Bank; Pro- ;r ?'1 )GeWIDpouarhlneFREH .
t. duce Xat'l. Bank; Mercantile Agencies t 'I : I i
and roods where the I
else.Do people can seen
not step on tho tall hat of the gen- or any Produce House Philadelphia. them we will send free to one
person in each locaUtythe very
respectfully ben world-ewing-inacian,witb all the attachments made in i
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advised not to throw their overshoes into. of our costly and valuable art ,
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i In return we ask that ,
the derby of tho. gentleman who sits ini :.J ( what we send to those who you I
1 : call at your home and after& I
,." front. Pianos & I" all shall become your own
V ., ; ,If the lady in front of you obscures Organs 'after. This the Singer grand machine patents is The Greatest, Grandest and Most Wonderful I II I
your vision with her winded hat leave have ran oat:before patents I
run oat sold forSU3,with the
the theatre. Do not trim the hat down attachments and now tells for
with a pair of pocket shears or sit on the W. s50.machine Best in,stronsest the world.,most All use-i.
".L '' back of your seat with your feet on the If you want to purchase a No capital required. Plain I
brief in.vructions giyen.'1 bOil who write to as at once canse.cure
cushion. tree tts bent sewing-machine in the world and the
fine.t line of..orks of hirh art ever shown together in America. OF
Piano write to the
Organ undersigned CLOTHING
Never refuse a return check, whether or TILUE k CO..Box 74O,Aueu.ta,Maine.. SALE
you are coming back or not. You maylike
him call.
tho middle of much or give a
> act a play very ,
and return checks, if used with discretion .t\.. L. Hatch & Son, .
Can sell of the in-
you any
will enable you to see it several

,times York Evening without additional Sun.HOUSEHOLD. expense.New struments of the best and lead- DEALERS EC Known to civilized man is now in pjogress. I must dispose of my

r ing makers at prices that defy
entire stockREGARDLESS

: to HINTS. competition. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ;I

Lamp oil well rubbed in will removo
tho white spots on a table caused by hot
OF COST j
plates. Pianos mi Organs sold on tie ,Installment Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, ,
To preserve the elasticity of india rubber Stationery, Family Medicines -
y wash it five or six times a year with Garden SetJs .
slightly alkaline water. Plan when teirei Disconnt I

Coffee is improved by keeping in a CHOICE GROCERIES And invite all to secure an
.,. cool dry place but loses its flavor if to Churches on r'allS. II

kept long after browning.In All correspondence will receive prompt I

.. miring mustard for table use never attention. Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
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add vinegar which destroys its life and
.' flavor. 13o11 water for moistening it,' E. II. WAGER, .
.1 and k-t the water become blood warm. Tltusvillc, FIOl'hla.1 CITY POEST, FLORIDA. Overcoat or SuitFor

f A teaspoonful or more of powdered I
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borax thrown into the bath tub while -
i lathing will communicate a velvety softness KOTICE, PHILADELPHIAWARRANTED S; E1

.. to the water and at the same time To all whom it concern
,invigorate and rest tho bather. Persons may 5 TSAZRS.

f troubled with nervousness or wakeful Take notice that, by virtue of an order LOW =- -- one-half its original cost. These are real and
nights will find this kind of a bath oft issuing out of the County Court of Urevard ARM, .
r r great benefit. Bounty, Florida, by the Honorable MinorS. no pretended bargains, as I am

One of the nicest contrivances for Jones, County Judge, exercising Probate $20 determined to
} 'keeping knives, forks and tablespoons in jurisdiction, I.will, as the administrator of
Y : :'... is a pocket tacked on tho pantry door. the estate of the late"William F. Russell,deceased # =V
Make this of enamel cloth and line with offer for sale at public outcry, before V

.& red canton flannel, stitching small divisions the Court House door in the town of GIVE YOU THE BENEFITOf
to fit each article. The canton Titusville, in said county, on the 4th dayof ,
r flannel will absorb all moisture that may March,A D. 18S9,the same being a legal IkMu
be left on these articles.To sale day, between the legal hours of sale,

season glass and china ware to sud- all the"foliowins; real property of the estate q
+ den changes of temperature so that it of the said William I. Russell, deceased, { this Great Sale. DO YOU REALIZE THE FACT that You ('an

will remain sound after exposure to sudden to-wit: All the one undivided one-lalfpart W.
; heat and cold is best done by placing or share of,in and to the f ohlowing describe.l f Get Bargains of me that will save you cents, dimes

ti the articles,, in cold water, which must pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying nnd :> and dollars on every purchase ?
I V f(. gradually be brought to the boiling point being in the county of Brevard and Stateof LtLIy
i and then allowing to cool very slowly, Florida, to-wit: Lot one (1)) of section bj
t. I ,:'. taking several hours.to do it. 15, Township 35, south of Range 40 east, = qtr tftrl

: It does not follow that sick persons are containing 50 acres; also 20 acres; known as WONDER BUT DON'T WAIT
;, asleep because their eyes are shut; they the southern portion of the Park} Place, _' ,

';,;.: .may DO acutely conscious of all that ispassing township 36, Range 41, section 7, fronting 1
in the room, though unable or on Indian River,the southeast corner commencing FIFTEEN
1* .:. t unwilling to make any sign; and nothing I on said river; thence running DAYS' TRIALIN As this Sale can't be kept up longer than the Goods last, and the aregoing
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:' can be more nerve provoking than hush. i vestwardly to the west back line; thence YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE TOU PAY ONE CENT.

; ; ing and whispering around and .creaking northwardly thence eastwardly to the river He High-Arm If.thread Machine I ii?' shuttle has selresetting, is noiseless:,needle and the way of Real, Al Bargains at

about on the. tips of their toes.. thence southwardly to the beginning> so Itght-ranntnl:;ha the flneat set ofattachtnenU -
,. as to contain twenty acres. ti la a 'Yel'f' lined case. Don't pay' .
agents $55 or $60,but send for circular. Remember, "
Fur lletter.O Terms cash. Purchaser pays: for title. our machine equal to high-priced
any '
-* wad some powvr u>e tff tie cle us, J;1'. DAVIS, mace non. the market.' Address J. .BIRNBAUM'S o Titusville1o

t ,& -To see outsets a oitiers see us r Administrator, the estate of "William.F. The C. A.'WOOD, ,CO., ,
'But how much better if by e spell Russell,_deceased., .. 424w. '17 S.lOUi SU Philadelphia, Pa. -'
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STAB. FEB. .28 1889. ,. J .. .
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f'" IDEAS,' FOR OR. SS'j ST. LtJCEB Y : ; : :; 4l NOTICE. \ 1oJ
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Iif HOUSE ; : :1 : tAll
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l.1) tbe bustle is,v 'jyimalLh '' : : <-" uld remind Friends and Cus- : :. :; .. :: : ;; :::. : persons concerned take notice that. 1

;, Granite blue cashmere makes,a,, lovoly I -, my : : f #a we, the undersigned and their associates, .1,
1 '\, that this is the month for taking intend to apply to the Legislature of I?\
es& msde of codes* feathers are liieuite Having Florida at their next general session*

.; 'J303S pnce. .OPEN. : and in seeking to for the passage of an Act for the follow-

1 as appropriate for a ing purpose: .l
? are
'eU'ts: agement
}- bride as diamonds.TODS 1st. To declare them a body corporate,

wraps prevail to a certain extent. J A. : ; THE STOCK PRINTING1 under the name of the un3n na CrrekImpro"en
: short ones are"om. ent, Canal and Transit Corapany. ':

.:,,tGtmbrandt, spruce antique and: bottle ."

prominent among the dark metallic, ,St., 2nd. For a charter to open Banana
.yg purpose, and to make way for Creek by dredging and removing obstruc-: 1

.greens-Directoire coats I of satin brocade arc tions to navigation: and make the same r.

rorn.by bridesmaids above white silk. thereby navigable by steamboats, and todig ';
a.canal or inlet from said Banana
-jjuslin%> skirts.house' costumes'have wat&tcpath NEAT AND PROMPT.SEND Creek into Mosquito Lagoon, thereby -t.j

wjrcred ppessy with small dots or figures of gold supplying said creek with salt water and ,
fl silver tinsel and buttons to match. thereby actually draining and reclaiming
,><* TIN & mySprillg much land now overflowed and value-
been discarded
has felt
After; crapsp bonnets trimmed with small le -s. The said corporation to receive

.bJ.t8 Jjjijgs or or black birds may be donned forlight therefor the alternate sections of publiclands '"
Stock
mourning. t on either side of the routes made "
them for six miles and -i
YOUR ORDERS navigable by ,
1ft I. most recherche cloth jackets have
Thevers And ,
, rolling back their entire length also, the submerged lands Q o actually
: waistcoats of lingPterembroidered drained and reclaimed by them in townships f
displaying
AUS with metallic threads.The 21 and 22 in Brevard county, Flor- !
.doth
-FOB- ida, and also the exclusive right to operate #
names of home of the .
very attractive Thundercloud gray I AM MAKING SOME barges and steamboats in the watersso .
are : ,
shades
oxide, Vesuvius punch Ham made navigable by them, includingthe
right to charge toll therein and also '
and (the grayfricarr
.der gourd
the exclusive tight to fish for profit and fI

.,1 1WJ.Lovely ball gowns are S made of paletray PRICES JOB PRINTING.J plant oysters in said Banana: Creek: and !
tulle flecked .with steal 1 spangles. I the head of Banana River. when so ;

The shoulder straps and corset arc like- salted by them. a

tise of steel and blush roses compose SO | SACRIFICING SOME GOODS. ROBERT 1 Iorro ,. J
tic! corsage bouquet. S. II.JUY, d .
-SUCH ASI.CTTERBIEADS ,
J. 'I. Dixox.R. t
Young girls wear dancing and Christ- ,
I, mss party frocks of figured net over F. GRAY, .
tinted satin. These gowns are all in one F. SACKCTT,
., piece somewhat in empire fashion withjoBg -IIGO days. MAX J.. .HOECK.TCSrS tMIS I
and neck. New 1
sleeves high SEE MY

: Pretty novelties among fancy holiday Best of XOTC-BZCADS; : SALE. i
..goods are shaving paper cases of figured .;
tissUo paper ,in all colors embellished Under and by virtue of a decree issuingout

I with such suitable mottoes"as: "Shave, Goods. nII.L-IE.'DS, of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial -
shave or the girls will rave! etc., etc. JOSEPH Circuit of Florida, in and for 15re-

The copper mahogany and terra cotta 42 yard county, in a certain cause therein depending 1
shades all belong to the same family and STATEMENTS, wherein James A. Carlisle is cum- .
rank net to the greens in favor. TheWncess SO plaiuant and Stephen Ellis and Sarah E11L4, ,

of Wales shows a decided par- hU wife, are respondents, I will, as Master '
. uaJiry for dark, deep Russian blue; and ? CIRCULARS; in Chancery, sell, at public outcry, to thehighest
of"course; her example is an emulative t ]. and best bidder for cads on Monday ;

'* one. the 4th day of March, A. I). IbSU (the
: <0 Sa
:. i i'tDeep Russian collars, pointed vest .r..ria FOLDERS, same being the first)Monday! said, mouth), ,
.. Ii' fashion in front, are increasing ,in popularity. i ., between the legal hours ol sale; in fruit of
They are cut sufficiently deep to fine Shoes Closing Out FOR theCburt-houso door in the town of Tituf-
: reach the shoulders have a standing collar with With nickel IXV1TATIOXS, ville, Florida, the following described real
. rolling out from the throat a3 though equal to COST on Goods over$3.50. Too estate, to-wit: All that }piece, parcel or
. led-Medicis fashion-and are wards by of land situate and ,1
, very much fine Stock in this portion lying being in \
comfortable.The A the county of Ilrevanl and State of Florida,
asked. PROGRAMMES
latest: cloth cloaks have fur fronts Buy line. described as follows, to-wit: The south-
) extending from threat to 'toe, and nre agents' / wesj quarter of the:(outh-\vest quarter of section .
t particularly serviceable in protecting the rantee for STREAMERS, fourteenU4)( ),township twenty-one" ),
.' neck when an evening costume is worn. south of range thirty-four 34)) east, containing -
Plain faced cloth is preferred for these forty ((40)) acres, more or less, according -
. :; cloaks in attractive shades of gray, I:6r: DODGERS to Government survey, togetherwith 1
green and brown. all and singular the tenement, here-

The fancy fur black underwear has resulted FELT SKIRTS ditaments and appurtenances thereunto l he- "_ i
in absolute perfection of the dye IIA longing or in anywise appertaining. "
Thoseof BUSINESS CARDS, Terms cash. 'urehaser-l'ays title.
pot as applied to black stockings..
the "Cleanfast" type for which the AT ACTUAL COST. Dated this oth day of Jan., A. D. ISSN) : .
F. P. Robinson company are famous, do ,\'ALTER 8. GIIAHAM,
', not soil or stain either the feet or underclothing We : WEDDIXG CARDS, Master in Chancery, Brcvard Co., Fla. ..:
the raven hue being a fixed rule LINE OF HOSIERY, 41-St.
incapable of ''smudgy" exceptions.
FRESH AT ABOUT
Debutantes wear white silk which may COST. VISITIXG CARDS i
J jbo painted or embroidered with flocks olsparrows 0'V XOTICE C5r SXCOKFOR; ATIOX.Vv'e 4 d

the whole veiled under tulle AND BOYS' CAPS the undersigned, have this first dayof
1_ flecked with tiny tufts of ostrich feather -TO TIIE'FLORIDA- ..TmuaryD.. ]S !), a."Isocintedouncln:,
flues einmlatisg 6no\\"drops.-Clo,Suit AT COST. as a body corporate, under chapter "1639"of
;, and Ladies Wear Review. the Laws of Florida approved August

8th, A. D., 18(33( ,and the amendments thereto -
;: SOME SHORT BIRD STORIES. Ale DRESS SHIRTS .. STAR under the corporate name of the ."In- f
4 dian River Orange Growers Asociathw."

A hen which is said to have hatched The principal: place of the said association,
1:" and raised sixteen chickens from fifteen ALL = WILL BE SOLD FOR COST. or company, shall be at City Point, IJre- .
eggs is one of the curiosities of Withlacooclie JOB PRINTING OFFICE, yard County, Florida. .The general nd- ,
s' Flo. ,Lure, and main object of the business to be '
Two immense sand hill cranes are usedby I FELT HATS transacted by the said corporation, to be, i
an Orlando, Fla., man as watchmen. to advance the general interest"of the }
f They prpvo more serviceable than dogs S. A. FOR COST. orange grO\\-er.J of Indian River, Florida, 1 t
become members ot the said association
in warning against tramps or burglars I
_'t by uttering a shrill note at the approachof by (corporation concert and union of action :

any stranger. t ,,", CROCKERYWARE insure good handling, rlpitfshiplUtnts' 1
transit of their and fair and .
product, a
A man of Santa Cruz. Cal., respects
thp law. inasmuch as ho waits until tho highest;: market price obtainable. The ;-
,open Eoason: for quail l. but then he WILL BE SOLD OUT CLOSE. adoption of a. corporate trade mark, and :
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spreads I road soaked in whisky about exclusive use of the same by the members::
their traib. They cat, laconic stupefied of the association the protection of its 'i
and arc bagged by tho dozen. members: in the use of the same, by the
at law of all infringements
prosecution
A hawk: dived into a lot of ducks in a THE '
and counterfeiting of the and
same, unauthorized
p core on Jloosehcad lake. Ito got his
and of the and
illegal use: same,
laws into and together they disappeared
one, I have a Large Stock of the concentration of the shipments and l'
under tho water. It was mora
AT : consignments of the products of its members
than a minute before the hawk rose to e
,; the surface nearly drowned. and with a into the hands ot rta few agents, com- r
f. labored effort ho got away,not however, ConEisl ; Jellies and Jams mis>iou merchant, and house, in the dif- 'I
-: until other ducks tried to force him again: Acres ferent cities, towns markets and places aspo ,.
f under water. : .PamphletP.rin :*ijble,and to obtain the best shipping
tion Reduced in Price 25 per cent. tacilities, and the lowest rates of transportation -
A of
canary belonging to a family possible, and obtainable.The .
g Midland Park, N. J., becomes greatly amount of the capital stock of the +
excited when tho C-year-old son cominto'
corporation shall bo fixed at two thous-
d tho and beats itself against
room,
tr and five hundred dollars to be divided into
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t the cage until released, when it flies on For :
enty-iTve shares of hundred dollars
one -
top of his head, jumps upon his finger
s set- each, ten per cent. of which shall bo
waging lustily, and then for a rest, ,
s c. paid in on the organization of the company
tIes his shoulder. After its frolic
." ". fad upon a piece of applo or celery leaf from Potatoes now in Stock. or association and the remainder as the
its little benefactor it goes back into its Or to G. ting. directors may require, but no more shall ,
case be required, than ten per centum per annum '
Reds, unless so authorized, at a meeting of
THE INDUSTRIAL V/ORLD. .' Rose stockholders, and ordered and directedto J.c
Early be done, by the Board of Directors.The .
A public library for the exclusive uso commencement of the corporationshall i
of factory workmen has been establishedia Snow Flake, be this the first day of January, A. D. ,
Hout dale. Pa. 1889, and it shall continue in existence for

t It' is estimated that over 100,000,000 Peerles SEND YOUR ORDERS fifty years. The officers of the associationor

feet of pino lumber havo been sold in St. 350 Beauty of Hebrous.My company shall be a President, Vice- i
Louis tnis season. President, a Secretary and a Treasurer: and
a. Board of nine: Directors, of which Board
A" union which has been
formed carpenters in Birmingham will shortly 200 PAMPHLET PRINTINGOF the officers shall be members. Such officers .'
shall be elected'on the first Wednesdayof
build
itself a hall to be used only by
labor unions. Orange and in the month of December, annual-
ly, at the annual meeting of the Stock- ;
A new industrial school, tho first of -
TWO holders,except, and after the first election,
its class i:1 the west, has just been ostabfished of officers. **

: in St. Louis. Itis for tho purposo The highest amount of indebtedness
( of teaching tho art of engraving; on GROCERY STOCK ALL DESCRIPTIONSTO which tHe! association shall incur shall not t
jo, rood, and night sessions only arc held. About exceed the sum of one thousand five hun-
jr Graining seems to be going out of .25 dred dollars. *

r ., Etylc. Very few highly salaried jour- 40 Lime THEFLORIDA-' W. II. Sharpe E. P. Porcher, G. S. .
.. ,neFnen in tins line of business' are nosyemployed 7 never more complete and attractive. .Hardee, J._ C. Norwood, C. B. Magruder,
in tho various shops, and one L. B. Dennison, Wm. A. Simmons, J. F..
is now very willing to till ia,his unemployed WootenE.W. Mall Lewis R. Ord Waiter

time at plain journeyman painter d STAR Goodyear J. G. Gingras, G. Gingras
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8 work'.and wages. ,. _. 4TITUSVILLE L. A. Ginjrras, A. L. Hatch J.D. Hatter, .
An eastern mechanic attributes some A. ridyF. C. la comber, J. M.Sanders
of the'mysterious fires which are of f regent Lewis Powe, Robert C. May, E. A. Chat-

occurrence to .'blisters'* .in the 171 B, RTTMPH, JOB PRINTING. : .OFFICE. field, T. E. Hardee, IL P. Share, G. V, ,' '

"1n ndo.w {W1cs., If these blisters are, Holmes, A. J. Whitcock, Geo. E. Chester,',
Ottvei enough to form a lens and comp Aoaarse-: : FLA.' T. H. Sanders, A.V.. Hardee, W. P. .:, m .
.. husiibles are stored within its focal dis- .. ', Fla. ''1
Titusville, Moon, B. J. Slims, A. N.Mnthes.I \
'tazco result. B.
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: > ':THE' FLORIDA STAR. The supply of. northern squash having should I not go to the theatre alone t"she taps allows y Dun g' girls to m rr1 t1ier

r fallen short, early shipments from Flori- Jonathan arid His COiltIlloilt.B again "if your streets are impure it is for fathers, or at least the con a
> th c(
; PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.T da will realize good prices ;.Hubbard,- you to cleanse them. Why should I not receive ee worthies.It .

: $3.00 a bbl marrow $2.00 to 250. my ball partners who please met If one b not rare. I,may laY It Is quite
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: ELLIS B. IAGERjltor and Pnlsler, Max O'Bell, Author of "John.Bull andEs of them were to profit by my fleeing him alonein man of ro, to see girls of 18 and marrkd to mQ f
and
the drawing room to take a liberty with over
t 81.5O per. Annum. -Engineer Rhodes noticed that the Island "John Bull, Jr., An American told
me, he would be an m bred fellow and I me that he Duce"'=

i Entered at the Post Office at Titusville. flues of his locomotive were leaking last Etc," and Jack Allyn.Translated should have him properly shown out of the long journey iu the same railway car with t.Q c.

., Second-Class Matter night while coming with the late train, house,and certainly it is not for such as he Infirm, hoary old man of W, who was sct'
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a i/. so leaving the train at Mims he brought i [ by lima Paul Blouet. Copyrightedby that I should change my habits." Pa vied by a girl of scarco more than '11a
Cassell New and published by
York
& Co.
:- 'THE STAB is the OFFICIAL In trains where the seats constructedto young woman was strikingly beautiful
newspaper the disabled engine here and pulled the special arrangement through the American Press are 111

} '. for Brevard county.. train in with the engine belonging to the Association. Paul Blouet Max O'Rell) is a remarkably hold two persons, you win see the American American friend admitted to me thai Qe

;: clever Frenchman who has devotedhis seek a place from one end of the train to sight cf her lovely face had
j.r. The Star has the Largest circulation afternoon express. talenta mostly to satirizing the AngloSaxonrace. the other before he will go and seat himself the effect cf
of 'paper on the East coast ofFla.Hos' The book from which the following extracts : making him fall quite In love with her U.
: any are made is his latest production and material by the side of a young girlHe will only do fore their five days journey was

<< --.------- ---. ---- Th>Amateur Dramatic Entertainment for it was gathered during his recent visit so when there is no help for it. I have many did not have an opportunity of over. lIt,
convffiia
f' v Williams and Rev. Jas. to America times noticed men standing in the local
H. S. at Wager's Hall. up with her; but on arriving at their dettfcja. ,

',;" H. White returned from Ocala on Satur- CHAPTER X. trains rather than run the risk of incommoding tics, he resolved to put up at the IIU2e hoW
Florida Star
To the Editor of the :
day last accompanied by a delegation I I I am afraid it will make my readers' lips a young girl by sharing a seat with as the old man, so as to perhaps hare

of the members of the Pomological SIR-Please allow me space for a'few water, but here is a list of some American her. And I am not speaking now of gentlemen chance making more ample acquaiataactwith 4

c .c. remarks concerning the above entertain- fortunes as 1 have heard them stated: only but of men belonging to the middle, his fair charge. To find out the
'. Association, consisting ofFish if not lower class-if the word "class" IWDe
Revenue at 5 may of the
and her
ment, for the benefit of those who were young girl venerable grand. ,,
Dr. H. H. Cary, Commissioner of Name. Capital per cent. be used speaking of Americans. father, he waited to sign his name ID

Georgia; )Ir. H. E Van Deman, Pomol- unable to attend. Although we felt as- J. Gould..8T5.
; : of the Agricultural Department at sured by the names of the participantsthat W. Mackay...... 200,500,000 12500,000; American girls whom I occasionally met at his own. Imagine his feelings

,':' 'ogist the affair could not fail to please Vanderbilt........ 125,000,000 6,250.000 ,Parisian parties in my youthful days. Their he read: urhm t
Washington; E. Williams, Secretary of 0. P. Jones......... 100,000,000 5,000,000 '
and interest we were more pretty bright faces, their elegance, their "Mr. X. and wife." .
everyone,
theN Jersey Horticultural Society; J. J. Astor.......... 00,<00.000 4,500,000A.
and Charles than surprised at their complete success ; Stewart........ 40,000,000 2,000.000J.G. unconventional charm of manner and animated Here is a joke that I culled from a W..
wife
William Parry and and the event of Thursday evening, Feb. Bennett: ..... 80.000,000 1,500.000 natural conversation these en- ington paper Is it a joke

Parry,of New Jersey ; Mr. W. W.Thompson chanted me. One never felt awkward with "A bachelor lately advertised for
of the a
of tho Land wifc.
21st 1889 will long be remembered ac Thcso are tho princes
them. Whereas'with French I
Albion Atwood of Bos- a young girl A
of Georgia; Dollar. Tho largest English fortunes: fall i typographical error changed his age froa

ton, and Hon. George E. Fairbanks, oft cordingly. short of theso figures. Tho Duke of Westminster's could generally find nothing but absurd com- 37 to 87; but it made no difference for bar- .

\ Very much credit is due Mrs. M. P. monplaces to say, in tfco presence of Jonathan's ceived over 250 applications from India
Fernandina. The distinguished party is reckoned at only $80,000,000, that
Robbins to whose abilities tact and merry maidens I lost my timidity, ranging from 16 to 60, and aQ F
per- the promising fart
', : left immediately for Kockledge and Lake of the Duke of Sutherland at$30,000,000,
and could chat away with as little embarrassment and devotion to the rest of his PY'fd_*
', under the most unfavorable and .
severance- Dmkeof Northumberland has$23,000,000,
I .', Worth. lIr.ran Deman proposes to as I would with a young brother officerof Here is another which 1 extract
fraa
circumstances-we are thus indebted for the Marquis of Bute $20,000,000.It a
stop some days with us on his return, and, that my regiment como paper. The author seems to belies
such is in mines and railways especially
as his visit is purely in the interest of his unexpected pleasures.Each I the colossal American fortunes have been The American girl is still without rivals in that the American mother does not look ca

r and consequently of our of the company represented Parisian drawing rooms, where she is more such marriages with displeasure: Fr
," department, made.I :
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their in excellent and and after. Men seek her for her "Mother F
part style, won more sought So you have engaged yoongf
fruit we hope our citizens will have not seen the. town house or the
growers golden opinions from the audience, who house of Mr. Gould but I know that gayety, wit or beauty; mothers look favor- to Mr. Jones. You must be a gocee. Ifo
in their to country ;
f extend every courtesy power ably upon: her for her dollars; the younger has neither fortune nor position 1 bow L*
by constantly reiterated applause, manifest In the grounds of the latter stand conserva-
: make his stay pleasant. women tear her to ds-nothing is want- may one day be well off; his grandfather nay r
: d their appreciation. tories estimated to be worth,$250,000. I trust
ing to her success. leave him part of his fortune, perhaps.
Ecomiums Mrs. Brown's this will give an idea of what the rest may be.
: M: THE NEW STEAMSHIP CO. upon always I cannot guarantee that Mr. Gould is a And what spirit there was in their dancing "Daughter-But, mamma, it is his grandfather -

.1' excellent performances are superfluous ; I What animation! What lit 1 am engaged to.
"Have fit for a happy man. Concerning immense fortunes a eyes up
country
; news ;
you any ?" said STAR her parts are ever ably sustained and witty American friend, rich in moderation, with pleasure t Not a moment's flagging: "Mother Kiss me, my child; you arts

newspaper, Captain a reporter even advanced, while Mr. W. M. Brown and a great philosopher, said tome one day: they danced with as much suppleness at 5 in angel.

'. : to Captain E. P. Paddison Tuesday; the morning as at the beginning of the even- The real American girl admires male qual-
his million
fairly "brought down the house" by "No man can own more than a i
.said the I And ties in man. The perfumed dandy,dressed
afternoon. Well, Captain, dollars. When his bank account outgrows ing. why not, indeed Such pleasures
and held them his
by ama-
t appearance, In the latest fashion the "dude
are harmless and it Is not because ai he bailed
r in the STAR this week a woman
you might say that, he does not own it; it owns him, and he
tory eloquence. in the States, is not her admfratJaa
has danced much in her girlhood that she ;
thatthe Line of Steamers becomes its slave. .
Independent
Dr. W. S. Graham has certainly addedto she prefers a little roughness to too much
_3 x should lead her husband a dance, when she :
Indian River is assured fact commencing The Americans, having no king in our
an
on polish. At a large reception hi the
given
has :
his Amersfort in i
repertoire as Capt. one.
> ; ,
of the word make the most of those
sense
:
the first day of next November. New York Union club in the .
.: .... ", "The Loan of a Lover," he was quite at they have, republicans though they be. To Good scholars are as easy to discover in the League early ,
We will in connection with the part of the year, I asked a young lady who
., operate home ; and in "Ici on tarle Francais" he read the pedigrees, published in full every recreation ground as in the class room. The {.

,. .', DeBary Line on the St. Johns, who win thoroughly gallant Frenchmanas time a death occurs in one of these rich morality of a youth is in direct proportion to were ten or a dozen young men who did Dot
was as
miss
open 'up the Lake Poinsett route and a. families, is highly entertaining A Mrs. the delight he takes in play; that of a girl a single dance. t.
a native Gaul. "Ohl" she replied with an air of sovertka' ;t
h connect with us at Rockledge. Our service Astor died while I was in America and after may be measured by her gayety and high
Mrs. G. M. Robbins (the wife of one of; b'Pirits. contempt, "a few young dudes who haft
the enumeration of her charms and virtues
will be from Rockledge to Jupiter
been invited by the club just to keep up U i F;
our leading lawyers, Mr.: G. M. Robbins]) which were many, came the list of John I shall never forget a young American girl ,
'f and'from Titusville to Melbourne. marionettes !know.
won her laurels as the haughty beauty, Jacobs from whom hen husband had sprung. who sat at the same table as myself on board dancing; you

"The steamers for our line will be Ernestine and then redeemed the character The Astors were all John Jacobs apparently, the steamer. The dear child, who was about t

built during the summer, and I by her graceful conclusion.Mrs. ahd were mentioned as John Jacob 1, John : 17, performed prodigies. I could scarcely believe CHAPTER XIL

have this to say,, that they will Jacob II and John Jacob ITJ. The line does my eyes, ,and watched her with never In a country where woman is a spoilt chfd, i

be 'equal to all demands for freight J. P. Turner, as the traveling not go back very far, John Jacob I having flagging interest What appetite What a petted and made so much of, who can do sad :

r and travel. Already we. are promised bride with a lost husband, received much gone to America as a poor emigrant early in little table d'hote ogress I I trembled for our dare almost anything, it is strap to Cad

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sympathetic approbation by her charming this I believe and laid the f ounda- -supplies and wondered whether the companyhad
the of all the century, women who are not content with their lot,
nearly
freight shippers
naivette. tion of the present grandeur of his house by foreseen the danger.
bat demand the ncrMtkp of )i.
complete CTa
4 "of City Point,.Cocoa, Rockledge and other Mr. H. F. Atkinson (our worthy trading in furs. First of all, at 7 in the morning, tea and their sexAmerican '

places south of your town, and Lam now It will not do to inquire too closely into tho bread and butter was taken to the hungryone :
for
Mayor), in his stentorian tones which women asking cccupfet .
on,my way to visit all the places on Ierritt's way in which some of America's millionaireshave in her cabin. At half-past 8 she break- emancipation I It makes one mfL\ "..
makes sinners himself
good, acquitted amassed wealth. stories fasted. At this meal, she generally went
Strange are
Island. 1 with Mrs.Der '
q was talking evening
one
x' :; remarkably well In "Ici on Pane told of men so grasping that at straight through the bill of fare.. At 11, she
they
During the winter season these steamers : stopped roux Blake, the chief of the movement-
.. Francais" he rendered his had beef tea and biscuits brought to her on "
part "terribly"realistic. nothing, even to the ruining of their
', I own middle of fluent agreeable conversation
aged lady a ,
between
will make three trips weekly
deck. Lunch time found her ready for three ,
When I
.. sons. saw Mr. Bronson Howard's who has declared war to the kdf a

_ Y Eockledge and Jupiter, and from Titus- Mr. C. H. Walton and Mr. Atkinson, clever play, "The Henrietta," in which he courses of solid food, besides pastry fruit, against the, tyrant man. !'i

,. ville to Melbourne. During the summer eta At 6 o'clock she did valiantly again,
; portrays a son so madly engrossed by the excitement "
in the opening scene of ''The Loan of a "You must excuse me, I said to her, "if I
K season there will be only two trips weekly. of gambling on the stock exchangeas and at 10 she was regularly served with a ask questions, I am anxious to JearnI hare

Lover, took their parts in a very credit- to try and absorb his father's millions I Welsh rarebit, or some other tasty trifle. "
This The Independent submitted
new company, so many times to the interriewicg
,'' able manner; and Mr. Walton's sudden thought the picture was overdrawn. Americans Notwithstanding this, I rarely met her oa t
\ the in that I feel as if I bad
Steamboat Line guarantees people process your country ;
deck, or In the corridors, but she was munch-
entrances the however told that the his-
piece me
: '(, rates lower than throughout always case was a right to interview the Americans a little fa
freight anjj passenger commanded the attention of the audi- torical, but with the characters reversed- ing sweets, gingerbread or chocolate. my turn. The American woman appears taxes k

the present; and as we are backed by which made it still more odious.As After all, there are so few distractions on ungrateful not to be satisfied with her lot. r

wealthy men and have the promised aid ence.Mrs. for the colossal fortunes of railway board ship I Men smoke, play poker, or in- the UnitedStates.
She seems to rule the roost in
M. E. Gruber made a charm-
very dulge in a little betting on tho run of the
of the people, we can't help but succeed. kings, it is well known how thousands of ."
irig "Mees" Angelina Spriggins, and her ship. Some people sleep, some to think
small make try ,
'. ones go to them, how the rich "
t "I can't free any way in which this : "No, replied Mrs. Blake "she docs not
part was both ably and very prettily man's palace is too often built with thestonesof but unsuccessfully; others read;some ladies she ought." I.but I.
movement will hurt Titusville but rather
rendered. hundreds of ruined homes. knit The American girl eats. .
it will benefit it. We will use the new The American girl likes men's for "But she certainly does," I fprfgM"De .
There is no other name than "king7 used in society
Miss M.\ the house *
Joyner, as servant, facto, perhaps but de jura, no.
wharf now being constructed, and if nec- speaking of tho few great financiers, who several reasons. First, because she is well '
; covered herself with glory in her most "What do you want morel""The
essary extend it to the channel and con- hold the bulk of the railway stock in America. educated and able to talk on almost all topics. right tolnake laws.

unpleasant situation.Excellent But they are not the only There She can talk knickknacks and pretty non-
nect it with the railroad depot by a tram ones. are "What do you mean by that I"
". music was presented duringthe oil kings copper kings silver kings, and I sense, but if she knows how to describe the
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track, so as to transfer freight readily and B"The right of voting for caMiMRa for
intermission by a pianoforte duet know not what other majesties In America, "cunningest bonnet" lately invented in Paris,
In the
and the to seat
even
without congress, right a
delay. and when see the possessed she can also tell you all about Octave Fend
by
rendered by Mrs. M. E. Gruber and Mr. you power house of representatives.
'.Furthermore I can't say at present, these and the numberless trusts, combina- let's latest;novel, or even Herbert Spencer's.
E. B. Wager which "This to little sad
was thoroughly appears me a exacting,
but what I have just mentioned to you tions and pools, a power pressing often very latest work. She likes men's society, becauseit "
Yoa
and almost unfair I observed timidly.
preciated applauded.The ,
can be given ta! your readers.-Just then closely on the million, you wonder how the enlarges her circle of acquaintances, and make husbands Tote
probably already I
4 programme was as perfect as well Americans, who found one king one too also because it increases her chances of making your
started down
the afternoon train the
as you please; if,added to this, you are goring
could be, and evoked repeated expres- many, should submit so patiently to being a good match. No matter how much
wharf and our interview was cut short to throw your own votes Into the electoral
sions of hopeful anticipations that Mrs. governed by scores. of a butterfly she may be, she never loses
b by the Captain jumping aboard the trainon urns, it means the extinction of man,neither
sight of the future. She does not say, as she
M. P. Bobbins, with her wand of en- more nor less, and as Leon Oozlan says: Its I
his way down the river, as mentioned CHAPTER XL sits musing on marriage: "What kind of man
chantment and her capable company, perhaps as well that there should be two
_above. The liberty enjoyed by American girls as- shall I suit but "What kind of man shall ;1 '
might, by the success of this event, be choose sexes, for some time longer at all ereufs'My
tonishes the much the
English as as libertyof
lor induced to favor Titusvillians at The constant of these dear lady you are spoilt children,sad I
an aspiration
:; The Orange .llarKct.ReportVby the English girl surprises the French. young republicans spoilt children satisfied.*

;' early date, with other such pleasant op From the age of 18, the American girl is is to be one day countess,marchioness are never
; G. S. Palmer wholesale A lady, who enjoyed that most esteemed of
or duchess.
portunities.En allowed almost every liberty. She takes the
woman1 rights, the right to be pretty, gar
,', commission merchant in Southern fruit The number of
t I that Mr. Geo. others. She can travel alone, and go to European coats of arms
passant may say me some very curious details on the subject
and produce, 166 Reade St., N. Y. concerts and even to theatres unattended bya which have been taken out of pawn, or re-
M. Bobbins was of considerable service of New York Ufa We were speaking! of tbt
gilt with American dollars is
chaperon. enormous.
; NEW YORK, Feb. 25th, 1889. in the getting of the play and also security of women in the large cities, aDd of
up ; She is supplied with pocket money, which Not long ago, a writer on the staff of The

The market on Florida oranges holds that it was the first appearance of Mrs. she spends at her own sweet will in bonbons, Paris Figaro counted, among the guests Jn. the risk they ran) In going out Woe after

nightfall"I .
firm under moderate receipts,and there is Geo. M. Robbins and Mr. C. H. Waltonon knickknacks and jewelry. If there is none one of the most select drawing rooms of the
have been struck with the respectabIlitY

a continuous good demand for the finest the stage as amateur actors. left for the milliner and dressmaker, papa is Faubourg Sahat-Gennain,thirty-seven American of your American streets," I aId to her.

coaxed to them. She visits and receives ladies bearing thirty-seven names of the
pay
grades. Late shipments show an increase OXE WHO WAS PRESENT. "One never sees vice flaunting by daylight,
whom she pleases-I mean those who please most authentic French nobility. To name
of large fruit, as is to be expected this and in the evening, whenever I have been
her. Sho has her own circle of acquaintances.if only those which are present at the momentin I

time of year, and are not as saleable asf' Tax Xoticc. at a ball, she meet with a young man who my memory, the Princesse Murat, motherof have through seldom the great arteries that cf your could city aback,

176 and 200 sizes. Many boxes of 96 takes her fancy, I do not say touches her the Duchesse de Mouchy, is American;the seen anything
I will be at the voting places the the eyes of an honest woman. In Paris the
and 112 sizes in a shipment seriously de- on heart she says to him: "I am at homo on Marquise de Chasseloup-Laubat is American; walkers
dates below, for the of receiving i boulevards are infested with street
purpose such a day come and see me." Next day he the Comtesse de Saint-Ronan, la Generale de
teriorate the value. in
Fancy brights, tax returns : from 8 o'clock in the evening, and the evil is
may send her a ticket for a theatre and be Charette, the Comtesse: de Chevigne and the
lines desirable sizes from much in Tendon where from 4 or 5 fa
selling to-day Eden.,.......Monday, March\ 4th, 1889. her escort for the evening. He may bring Comtesse de Ganay are Americans. The worse ,

$3.00 to $3.25 ,.per box ; other brights, St. Lucie.Tuesday, 5th, her flowers, offer her refreshments after the daughters of the great democracy have be- the afternoon" a whole district: Is given over

$2. O to '$2.75. Choice russets, in lines, Narrows,......Wednesday, 6th, play, and take her home in a carriage. In come not only French in heart, but as royalist to them.
"You are "said the 'but if the
right lady
;
., $2. 5 to $2.50; ordinary, $1.75 to $2.00. Sebastian.Thursday, 7th, America all this seems to be the most nat- as the most ultramontane of our old dow- is
Malabar ......Saturday 9th streets of New York are respectable, it
ural in the world. This leads intimacy
to agers.
Strawberries are in light receipt and thing no, the
Melbourne ..Tuesday 12th thanks to us. If we had waited until
for a few days later it may happen Every one knows how American
prime berries bring from $1.00 to $1.50 Eau Gallie.Wednesday, 13th many men swept our pavements, we should bare
that he meets the lady at ball and women the
a English
young aristocracy counts in its
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fair 50c. to 75c. Georgiana.Thursday 14th I had to wait a long time. We cleaned them
quart ; ,
f- per she comes up to him, and says: "I want,to bosom, and that that most Tory and most I
ourselves.
: of Florida vegetables continue Rockledge.Friday, 15th,
Beceipts to a friend; do tell me powerful political
City Point.Saturday, 16th, ..cT.H.Sandel'8 present you your association, called the "What do you mean"
light and not sufficient to supply the pre- nuDt1, quite forget it." Primrose league, originated with Lady Ran-
Monday, 18th, "A few years ago wears! young women: ,
sent 'demand. String beans are selling Titusville.Tuesday, 19th, The American girl, who appears to us dolph Churchill, tho young and handsome among whom I might name members cf our

at from $4.00 to $150 a crt. LaGrange.Wednesday, '20th, French so giddy and even fast, seems to mo daughter ot'Mr.. Jerome of New York. best society, resolved upon going alone In the

Green peas, $3.00 to $5.00; egg plant, Haulover.Thursday, 21st, cc to act according to the dictates of common That passion for rich marriages, which evenings, and of striking the first can who

worth from 5.00 6.00 half bbl. crts.; Canaveral.Saturday, 23rd, sense. Tired of the old formula, "A lady burns fn the heart of so many young Amer dared to accost them. They persevered for

t : cannot do it would be she ican women, often leads them to disastrousresults. succeeded In accomplishing
a W. R. SANDERS that improper, a long while, and finally
: crts. 75c. to ,
Key West tomatoes peck ,
r ," says: "I win do it, and if I choose to do it, it the disinfection of the main streets

,.$1.00., < I > essor'for Brevard "Co. becomes J1 'O.per." It is for woman herself to If one,may trust one's eyes American: law Vk.sal exlstSj.but it -kecE _withhi.. doors,

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THE. FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1889. Of r 1


,.ei par di g lt tsalL: 'If wi Ui two
1d4e8 you or"threeT tnousanJTmznl- t ine.. The after 1
day my arrival; one of the the honor- to ) the Next tEe death of the ffnancfcr
.ereable to go out at night .With your wife, grants yearly, these Gstrmaiv do not German- local announced that propose first toast of the morning

or em JCOT young daughters; if a lady can izex America; on the contrary, they themselves 'landed papers In the town the a Frenchmanhad before "In ,evening. ,Let us fill our glasses and: drink to was told in two columns headed: ..
day
to the theatre alone, and, If it please her become Americanized the honorable member of congress on my "JACOB GOXS CP THE LADDEU"
go thanks to that white trousers,"and that his popularity had
foot it Is toes that right. I doubt not you will push amiability If I
ygfcanhomeon thane faculty assimilation ch the y:Pcaeza in been as prompt as decisive. your ever wanted to apply for a journalistic -

e .are due And do you not think that women, such a high degree. American ladies dress and patience so far as to listen to his post In America this would be my most

w jpsag, good looking and Veil bred ,who One strong proof of this Is the way In but there a great number very who well cover as a them-rule, speech In respectful silence. He will be all weighty recommendation in the eyes of my :.

'Joold master their disgust so far as to do that which women are treated from one end of selves with furbelows and jewels and the more proud to have an audience tonight future chief. .

. .which the authorities were too cowardly to the United States to the other. And here I each item Is costly, trouble themselves, so longas little because as we all know, when the This is how one American reporter made a

r codertake are not worthy to have a delib- may say that In this matter Jonathan sets about the general effect honorable member gets up to make a speechat reputation at a bound. The Chicago people

i gaia voice: in the conncfla of the nation John Bull an example which the latter would American women havo Washington the benches begin to empty by are still proud to tell the story: t
plenty of style of
a I could not answer this. do well to profit by. their and also magic. Gentlemen give him a chance. The young fellow was taking a walk one
own a great deal of distinction
lam congto\ launch rather dangerous Whilst English justice gives merely one or and grace but they always look dressed- The congressman' takes the joke merrily, evening in a retired part of the town, on the
and thus commences his speech: lookout for what adventure
; :tIcm. two months' Imprisonment[to the man who for conquest It is well to be it, but not well history does not
to me that the American Is found "Gentlemen-I mean members of the Clover All at once a human form .
4 It seems woman guilty of having almost kicked his to show it They are apt to laugh at the toilet Club." say. lying: motionless '

v' does not render to man a hundredth part of wife to death, an American town is In arms of English women and model their own on the ground attracted the sight of

the adoration he renders to her. If love at the mere rumor of a man having mal dress on French lines. For my part, I think The members pocket the satire with a our hero. He drew near to it stooped down,

could spring from gratitude Jonathan would treated a"Woman.Sometimes that nothing can surpass a fresh En- hearty laugh.Presently and found it to boa corpse. His first impulse
young '
L most beloved of comes the turn of the second was to immediately seek a policemanand
be the men. the chastisement
takes a comic glish girl In a cotton dress and simple straw
1 : But does love ever spring from gratitude form. There are few distractions in the little hat speaker. tell him of the discovery. But a second ;-
+
In the eyes of the American woman man American towns, and native humor findsan The fashionable headgear, during This one speaks in a scarcely audible voice. idea came: it was more practical and he ;

hIs his good points. He insures her outlet in my sojourn "Raise your voice cry the members. I adopted it. This was It: : ,
! a goodposition strange fashions. A man who In the states was a high, narrow con- "
4irm ,
when he marries her he works ill treats his wife forsakes sorry you cannot bear, quietly answers His paper comes out at 2 In the afternoon .. '
. hard or her for another struction,perched on the top of the head,and
F .r the r
' ; -f.f her smallest speaker; "come nearer so that by running straight to the police Eta- .
wishes Is
and woman often
10'J so long as tarred and feathered. The surmounted with feathers. At a certain distance -
> Us signature has any value at tho foot of a operation Is curious and satisfies the vengeance it gave its wearer the look of an irate The cries of "louder" !" continue. tion he would be making the matter public, P ,
"If I speak low: says the interrupted man;; and furnishing his brother with
) check, this will be an extenuating circumstance of the populaat, while procuring them cockatoo reporters a
"it is in order to get down to your lave" column or two for their morning It
; in his favor. an hour's papers.
amusement. There are French milliners In New York I !
-; This convulsed the assembly with laughter. 1 I is a catch this and to be
This spirit of independence in woman produces The delinquent Is led, sometimes to tho believe. Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes pretends corpse pot lightly ;
; excellent results it sound of, I was aghast. | given away. What to do f Simply this. Our
music
be
must confessed. to retired
; ; a spot There he that they deteriorate on American soilI
_., Can it be possible I that j
-- ---- is thought, they will j l journalist drags the body into an empty
to the
skin
stripped and coated with remember we this
over got
subject
upon duringa
;. You find in America women who by their tar from head to foot This done, he is pleasant chat about his early days in Paris stand that The joke may be new and funny, I j I building near at hand and carefully hides it.

4' talents have won for themselves positions rolled but surely it is being carried beyond the : At 11 next morning he discovers it by chance
In feathers
which of course stick to and he said: "By the time a French millinerhas
!' which numbers of men might envy. And do him and him bounds. If such things went on in France, goes as fast as possible to make his declaration -
give the appearance of an im- been six months in New York she will
j not imagine that I am spanking of bluestockings one would see duels going on in all the retired -i j I to the police, and then hastens away to .
mense ugly duckling. To give a finishing to make a bonnet to frighten a Choctaw In- ..
I> spots of the neighborhood next I the office his
morn of
with two columns
spectacled spinsters disdained of the his newspaper :
operation, clothes are sometimes carried dian. .
{ Not at alL The 5 of description written over night. At
Cupid. American
woman off,and the mob wish him good luck. At the: theatre, women wear silk, which ing.The i -
} has always tact enough to remain womanly. This president rises once more. I o'clock tho paper announces: *'ilj>tericu
chastisement is often applied to a prevents one from hearing, and hats a foot
+ Even among the heroines of the platform I My turn has come. murder in Chicago discovery of the victim ,
woman whose conduct Is known to bo immoral high which prevent one from seeing.
:. have always noticed a little touch of Scarcely have I beard the word "Gentlemen by one of our reporters!" :
coquetry, In such I American
cases need not say it is the ball toilets are ravishing. Hero I .
which proves to me that man is not in imminent when a volley of shouts and whistlings The morning papers were outdone, the
who
women operate on the culprit. They the diamonds are in place. I do not know

;- danger of being suppressed In America. want their husbands and sons to be able to any gayer, more intoxicating sight than an greets me. evening ones nowhere. iTo
; I see that I am not going to bo be continued.
few after I spared.
Jj Only days set foot In New
get about without danger, and they take American ball room. The display of luxuryis .
'? York, a friend took me to visit the offices of "Excuse me, I continue, "perhaps I had
upon themselves the task of keeping the moral on a gigantic scale. The walls are covered
." the principal newspapers of the city. Passing better explain to you why 1 accepted your For Sale, .
: atmosphere of tho neighborhood healthy. with flowers, the rooms artistically lighted, ,
,;: invitation. Since 1 am in America 1 An excellent Flat-bottom
mean to Sailing Boat
corridor in The
along a World's offices I ,
The idea appears primitive, but morality the dancing animated, and the truo spirit of
.. remarked a,lady writing in one of the rooms. thrives by it everywhere visible. The study the customs and manners of the people. 23 feet long, beam S feet, draws 1-4 f
gayety '
My friend led the way in, and presented me young With this object in view it would not do for inches of water with brick ballast under .
Ideal in
women are and
beauty
i to her. I found her to be a pretty brunetteof The susceptibilities of American women are brilliancy, me to confine myself to good society, and I ceiling. Sloop-rig, with new sails of Soz.
and If it not for the
whichis
were atmosphere, duck. Boat in first clas.s
about sometimes very easily wounded.A have determined to make a study this even- order throughout -
twenty or twenty-two, delightfully hot enough to hatch silk worms, you would For further
.. and with paper having announced a man's death ing. particulars enquire at :
piquante, most distinguished manI'.a the evening In of
pass an ecstasy enjoymentTho the STAR office. '
; ners. I was struck with her ,simple bearing under the heading: "John K. gone to a bet- wives "That's right," whispers my neighbor In -H
of men with middle class incomes .
ter home the widow action of
brought an of
way encouragement, "continue in that
and her intelligent expression, and, on leaving libel against the editor. imitate the luxury of the millionaire's wife. strain and you will da" The Indian River Country.

the ,room, naturally wanted to know to I expected to find it so in a democratic .
'ii whom I had had the pleasure of being intro The further west one goes the more apparent swell;Into coun- For hours the speechifying goes on, mixed Second Edition (revised) of the Bre-

t! duced. I then learned that this American becomes the powir of the women; the try frogs try to oxen. They puff with music, recitations, songs and anecdotes.At vard County Pamphlet, 1889, just issued
-
young themselves out until rather
,, further west one goes the rarer does woman they burst or 2 in the morning hosts and guests separate descriptive of the Indian River country:
did all
_; ':' girl the literary reviewing and until their husbands burst.
'' get Is this the reason? declaring that they have had a "real its Climate, Health and description of
: gossip for The New York World, and took up In France always and in when be
England
70 with
To pldces.
every American hotel there Is a ladies'entrance. good time. pages, map '
as large a salary as one of the best writers on will let her, a wife keeps an on her husband's
eye Free on application with for
: the This Is to prevent contamination The Clover club is a first rate leveler. Any stamps
staff of The Paris .
Figaro.Tlie interests. In America she often
from the possible contact of man. When it lays man, whoso self esteem: has been over cultivated postage to
; St. Nicholas Magazine is conducted by hands on his capital. A..L. HATCH
rains or snows an awning Is thrown out be ;
{ Mrs. over I can supplied by this club with
[ a lady, Dodge. CITY POINT FLA.
the but 1 dare wholesome r
pavement; say a permanent physic. .
Since her husband's Mrs Frank Leslie CHAPTER XVL I ----

.t' bas carried on, under her own management triumphal arch will ultimately be demandedby There is no country where you hear so I P. P. P.
the ladies.
: the numerous magazines which issue CHAPTER XVTIL
anecdotes. and where
Here is little which would many good no country Prickly Ash Poke Root and Potassium
a story supplya ,
from the I think the
house founded by that gentleman. well told. following anecdote Illustrates
they are so
is the best Blood Purifier in the world.. For
very good subject to the novelist or the
BU The and all the the delicacy of eastern wit
largest
:
newspapers principal The Americans
raconteurs
dramatist are delightful Syphilis, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Old Sore,
s reviews, have ladies on their staffs. Philadelphia, whether justly or not,has the "
: Idaho they are past masters in the art of making Skin Eruption, Malarial Poison, or any

Mrs. Mary Louise Booth, who directs The and there territory is; an alarming lies very scarcity far west of Indeed women, those light graceful witty little speeches reputation of being very dead and alive and condition of the system requiring a jiower-

Harper's Bazar, receives a salary of $8,000. there. This baa been curiously illustrated of which give to their dinners such a unique many are the jokes on its dullness. A. Bos- ful Blood Purifier, use only the P. P. P. + ::4

The editors of The tonian was doing the honors of his native It is and.invincible.
two Critic are Miss late in the town WheeL charm. Then the humor is delicate the wit city incomparable Prickly
Jeannette L. Gilder and Mr. Joseph B. Gilder Wagon of the brightest Irony and elegance com- to a friend from Philadelphia. Having Ash, Poke Root and Potassium is also the .,

'. ;sister and brother of Mr. Richard Watson Recently two young ladies traveled to that I bine to make these discourses veritable little shown him all the points of Interest In the best possible tonic. It never fails to bring

b' Gilder, poet, and chief editor of The Century remote region to attend to their dying : literary place,,be asked it he did not think Boston a your system back to a healthy condition ;
brother. The poor fellow did not long require I gems. when run down by sickness or overwork.
\ Magazine,who himself has for colleagues Here is a specimen of Gen. Horace Porter's fine city. t
their services and Immediately after his During the spring it should be used by
!Ir. Bud and talented "Yes it Is nice said the
y4 a lady.I of old Puri very Pennsyl- .
drollery-a portrait an typical bod It will build
death the sisters prepared to return home. every you up, give yon jan
I might name more. vania man, "but I do not think it is so well
many tan given at a "New England" dinner: and and enable
Before, however, they could get away, nearlythe appetite digestion, your .t...
; The education of the women being in "Tho old Puritan laid out as Philadelphia. stand and
to
whole population of tho town-headed was not the most rollicking system our long enervatingsummers. j
by .
:.: America very much.the same as that of themen the and other officials-were the jolliest tho most playful of men. He "No," rejoined the Bostonian, "but It will Nothing like it to aid digestionnever -.;.
high
;! ladies naturally may aspire to many employments mayor at times amused himself: He was givento be when it is as dead as Philadelphia." I failing to cure the worst cases of I>v>- ;
matrimonial to"them. Feel-
making overtures
i, which, in Europe, are looked upon a mild disregard of the conventionalities.He CHAPTER XIX. I pepsia. Annual Skin Eruption*, peculiar r
Ing ran high during five or six anxious
very to the Southern climate dried"up
as being the monopoly of man. days, and the mayor's chances despite his bad suppressed bear baiting, not, it is believed By his discovery of America, Christopher: by its use. immediately ;

: mature years, ruled the betting at six to one. because it gave pain to the bear but Columbus has furnished the old world with W4 1

!'\ CHAPTER %: III. At the end of the week both young ladies had because It gave pleasure to the mi'1 *nce. He an inexhaustible source of amusing novelties. For Nervousness and Dygpcptla use :

The New England descendants the Puritans found the Indians were the proprietors of the Perry's Liver Pills. i
and
capitulated were duly engaged. The You pass from tho curious to the marvelous
y have inherited a more than British land and he felt contained to move
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mayor was, however, cut out by a handsome from the marvelous to the incredible from .
prudery. miner. The fixed against them with his gun, with a view to For Chills and Fever ,take LiI,man's' ;
young wedding day was the incredible the
The word "leg" Is improper, you must say and the mother of the ladies was summoned increasing the number of absentee landlords.He to Impossible realized. Pyrafuge. 4 i
young But it is to American that the
journalism i
"lower limb. Trousers have become "lower the found the Indians on one side and the
scene. Here troubles began. .
upon be
palm must awarded.
,t-, garments.11 Instead of going to bed, people"retire She arrived but witches on the other. He was surroundedwith For Sa1e,
duly was hotly indignantwith The first that
thing attracts attentionis
," so that the bedroom becomes the troubles. He had to keep the Indians your
her daughters for the scant respect the titles of the articles. The smallest bits AX
j jAssortment
"retiring room. which they had manifested toward their under fire and the witches over it These
of notice thanks J.
cannot
news to
A lady having said not long ago in a Philadelphia brother's were some of the things that reconciled that escape your of
memory by such Indecent these wonderful headlines. It Guns,
drawing room that she felt cold in her haste to wed. The good man to sudden death. He never let the requires a
girls explained that special genius for the work to be able to hit
back, created veritable. panic among the they had literally been besieged, and had sun go down upon his wrath, but he no such ticklers. Breech and Muzzle-loading, at cot, to

hostess' guests. doubt, often wished that he was in that region upon eye
yielded to the overwhelming force of circum- close out stock.
Tho death of Mrs. Garfield mother of the
I read the following piece of information in stances. As usual, explanations increasedthe near the pole where the sun does not go late president was announced, with the heading 1

a New York paper among the news from a offense and the mother vowed that down for six months at a time and gives : R. C. SCRDIGEODR, j f

New England dfrvi wrath a fair chance to materializo. He wasa
neither of them should be married
out thereat DEATH OF GRANDMA GAKFQXD. TAXIDERMIST 1
"The authorities have begun a crusade thoughtful man. He spent his days inventing TITUSVILLE.
all-that, in fact the engagements were -- The marriage of M. Maurice Bernhardt: 44-iw ,

t. against the nude in art One of the wealthiest "off," and that they must be off too. The snow plows and his evenings in sipping SARAH'S BOY LEADS ms BRIDE TOTHZ:ALTAB.

;t gentlemen, in the city will be proceeded hot rum and ruminating upon the probable
of felicity was thus rudely dashed from j
cup The execution of criminal announcedby
against for keeping in his house copies of the the lips of tho two accepted men, and they strength of the future prohibition vote. a under the was GRAND VIEW HOTEL .

Venus of Milo the Venus de Medici, Canova's made haste to tell their sorrows to the town. Those were times when the wives remonstrated a Chicago paper heading: ,

Venus Powers' Greek Slave, the Laoccon An Indignation meeting was held, and the with their husbands regarding the JERKED TO JESUS: TITUSVILLE FLA. i

:., and other works." mayor appointed a committee to wait unfortunate and disappointing results of too The reports of two divorce cases at Chicago -

During my stay in New York, 1 was constantly upon the irate matron in order to ask much drink, particularly when it led the wero entitled respectively: -o1 J I

of certain Mr. to out and shoot at Indians-and miss TIRED OF WILLIAM.MRS. .
; I hearing a Anthony men. go
her to reconsider her resolution. The 1

F Comstock, who had attained celebrity by a mayor, with rare magnanimity, consider- them. These men generally began drinkingon CARTER FINDS FAULT WITH HER IIUS- Tie 1; lost centrally located JMel ID City, ,

campaign he had undertaken against nudities. ing the cruel blow his own hopes had account of the bite of a snake,and usuallyhad BAND'S E1SSL W. -0- 4

Mr. Comstock visited the museums, galleries, just received, placed himself at the to quit on account. of attacks from the An article on Prince Bismarck was headed 1

ErhfViffforM and shops,and, whenever he founda head of the deputation, and In the namo of same reptiles. In large letters, BISMARCK WIT DUw&. NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN

bit of flesh portrayed in paint or marble he patriotism implored the good lady to grant Gen. Porter was kind enough to introduce Just underneath in very small print was: EVERY RESPECT. 'y

went before the magistrates and had a grand the petition which he ardently urged. She me to a New York audience on one occasion. "His resignation as chancellor of the German Open all the year round. Table Unsur t

field day. I must say, for the credit of the however, stood firmly on her parental rights, "Ladies and gentlemen" began the general empire." passed. Bath Rooms Free. ,

New.Yorkers, that Mr. Comstock had earned and declared that she would not leave the without relaxing a muscle of his face, "I The marriage of young Earl Cairns who

r for lingo a reputation as grotesque as it town without her two daughters. Then the claim your Indulgence on behalf of the had been betrothed several times, was announced Rates, $...50 & $3.oo per Day. I

was To such line of speaker who is going to address He has to the American ladies thus
'' noisy take up a censor- genius of the mayor shone forth like the sun, you. : SPECIAL RATES PEP. WEEK. 1

,' Wp Is, it seems to me, to publish one's own and proved equal to the occasion. He blandly to speak in a language not his own and be- GARMOTLE CAUGHT AT LAST.

; Perversity, and the individual whose mind ism proposed a compromise. Why need she leaveat sides, he has not the resource of some of our While 1 was in the United States the J. A. MILLER, Proprietor. i

; : 01 informed that he cannot look at an artistic all! He drew her attention-of course in countrymen who, when their throats are papers were constantly speaking of a certain

counterfeit of the human .tired, can speak through their noses." J. PRITCUARD, President.Vf. .M
:: presentment most delicate terms-to the fact that she was financier named Jacob Sharp. Accused of '

fora divine without thinking evil thoughts, fair, plump, and fifty odd, and that similar American women run their husbands and fraudulent dealing this gentleman had been :31. BfOWNCashlcr. .;j
J
t Is to be pitied, if not despised. language might be taken, as descriptive of fathers very close In the matter of wit arrested but subsequently released untried.

i .But I suppose there will always be quack himself There and then he offered her his Their wit is apt to be a little more sarcastic The press indulged in much comment on the INDIAN RIVER BANK.1.

i, doctors with the cant of virtue on their lips hand and heart, and the young ladies a kind perhaps. They are not women for nothing. matter, and such remarks as: "All mortals

and filthy imaginations In their hearts. father and protector. have their trials except financiers."

F;: Meanwhile' the American newspapers That settled the matter, and three marriages CHAPTER EVIL One morning the newspapers were obliged Titusvlllc Florida.A 't

;legitimate took place with a great flourish of Humor only springs in simple, unaffected to desist from their attacks; poor Jacob had GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TEAK- J.

trumpets at Wagon Wheel.CHAPTER characters. You find it in the Scotch. It passed away from earth. SACTED. J

;: The New England ladies have the reputation overflows in the well bred American who is The same day I met the editor of one of ,4
t Exchange bought and sold. Special and
}: of being the most easily shocked women XV. the prince of good fellows. the large daily papers. prompt attention given to collections. Loans

tithe world. An American gentleman told dress is The Americans are so good at taking a joke, "Well," I said "here is a fine occasion fora negotiated on first mortgage for Savings i
In America gentlemen's plain even Banks, Corporations Individuals.!. Inter.
Qa" that a Philadelphia lady:at whose side he severe; a high hat, black coat, dark trousers. so good tempered that, even in public, they grand bead line to-morrow; you are not est allowed on time deposits. '.(.

*as seated one,day at table, grew red to her Fancy cloth Is little used, even In traveling.I enjoy to banter each other and serve as butts going to let it slip, I suppose'" Advances made upon available collateral.

i' Very ears at his asking her which part of a remember.well the sensation I created for each other's sarcasms; it is on these occasions "What do you meanP Approved business paperdi&coanted.

Sicken she preferred the wing or the leg. with a pair of light gray trousers in a small that American humor Js allowed freeplay. "How can you ask Why, Jacob gone up Drafts on all parts of Europe. I'

t Are the New England women Saintes-Nltoncnes Pennsylvania town. Every one seemed to There are even"Gridiron"clubs,clubs the ladder, of course.'* .
where Invited he exclaimed. Business done at Jacksonville rates. \
P
guests are only to be put on "Splendid ,
took at mo as if I had been a strange animal; A
f the griD. The most famous of these Is the "Shame on thee. tay dear editor, thou Every favor, consistent with sound;'
CHAPTER XIV in the hotel the waitresses .nudged one another
Clover club at Philadelphia Outside Paradise didst not find that one." banking, cheerfully extended. '-
Jonathan and scarcely repressed a giggle; and
.Bull the cousin german of John the street urchins followed,massif \ had been there Is no place where men are treated "I must have it.- How much will you take CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville j'

; 1, but yet not so German as ono might with so little regard to their rank. for fir Jacksonville. Ha.; The Seaboard National
for America', a member of the Sioux tribe, in nationnl cuelYC Bank,New fork; 2t
s ,. If Germany supplies. "G utlemen," says the_ president, "I_bare "_TU make. Lou ojrcsent of fc, I said

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Y 6 THE FLORIDA, STAR, THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1889.. .

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1a a CRISP CONDENSATIONS./ Consumption Surely.Cured.To PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup CARDS: : -
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.w ||>| 4 THE EDITOE-Please inform your readers that
A Buffalo restdnra. U displays; this sign: I :have a positive remedr for the above-named S. RAY Barrels 225. L. A. GL GRAS, -
Eresb :Laid ,Eggs to Order." I diseat By its timely DEe thousands of hopeless H.
'
1 cases have been permanently cured. I shall be Gauged to order. ten cents extra.
The'other day two doctors 6,000 miles glad to rend two bottles of my remedy FREE to any '
apart consulted as to the ,condition of a of your readers who have consumption they will Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. ATf'Y-AT-I AW AND NQT98Y PUBLIC.
send me their express and post office address.
4 patient.A .
Respectfully, J
man near Smithtown. N. Y.. has T. A. SLOCUM, M. a, 181, Pearl St., New York. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., .. O. B. Rock Ledge, Florida.

courted a girl over 'thirty and 34 .
.years .
Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers
nothing definite fete How's This from $2.00 up. D. L. GAULDEN,
Snow has fallen to so great depth Intbe'1Dountains .. TITUSVILLE FLA.
-
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ,
t. of Nevada that they'will case of Catarrh. that cannot be cured by taking Tanks i

not be bare again before next summer. Hall's Catarrh Cure. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
F. J CHENEY &: CO.. proprietor, Toledo O. and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. .
A colored man found $16,000 in greenbacks We, the undersigned, have known F J Cheney Titusville, Florida.
between the leaves of an old book for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable -- t .- JOIiXSOff, !
he had bought at a second hand store at in all business transaction, and financiallyable .,
Paris Ky.It to carry out any obligations. nude by their LaGrange. : : Florida. JOXES & WILLIAMS,

firm.West O. ________b__ __ __ ______
., is said that the gold fields of Grant k Trnx wholesale druggists Toledo -----
,' parish/La., yield tore that assays all the Waldir.g, Kinnau St: .Marvin wholesale driifj.gifcts r--",:a 6,000,000 people believe that 1\ .\
Toledo, Ohio. Can'l torl1c'satLa"i
MerchandiseSTORE. pap best to b
,way from $20 to 81,000 a ton: No systematic E. IL Van Hoesen cashier, Toledo 'National of tha largest and most reliable noose and they midr'erry's
work has been done in them Bank Toledo, Onio. : Titusville, Florida
Ul l'S Catarrh Cure i* taken Internally acting Seeds
The members of facetious jury at
; : a directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the

Livingston M. T., were each fined $.)by system. Pri--e Sac per bottle. f0' ... D. M. FERRY &; CO. are G E0. M. ROBBINS,
9"a the judge for returning: a verdict that. Sold by all DnS! i8t8. 34 /$5. acknowledged to be theLcrgestSeedsmea
This jury do hereby agree to disagree. ;"
i Bucklen's Arnica Salve. .-L'r:: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
c A.chair of painting and wood earring t--/I. .-Jo.btf ln the wOrld. ,
The best salve in the world for cuts f" jA -. D M.E'E.JmY&Co's
., has been established in De Pauw university II \\itt t' a l1l.1 7< Illustrated.Descri TITUSVILLE, FLA.
and Miss Louise bruise sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever '" ''"
Greencaslle, Incl., (. -\ .t. i tire and Priced
'I t
Fisher,-of Cincinnati has been appointed sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains,, s. y1' tr V'L. SEED ANNUAL
M. THRASHER
f I' f 1 : ,
t' to it. i corns and all skin eruptions' and posit : Ui" 'A.
I to i.lt\ For 1889
propose keep N .I: Nr <<
t# A newspaper in the little town of 'Bo- t timely cure piles, or no pay required.It "\': \'J. rtn 1bemailedFREL: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

rs denbach. in Bohemia which has beta i8 guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction ,4'J.-'.*....... O'v to to last all pear applicants'9 customers and ,

confiscated by the government for the or money refunded. Price rJ cents A First-Class Stock able without to ell.Eveq ordering' it.Ittralu.using ... P. O. Box 21\ SAXFOKD. ILA"Will
three hundredth time has just celebrated per box. For sale by all drug stores in i:rtttt CtalrGowar. I Garden FIeld or lower Seed3:1 I practice in all the counties of the SetefttnCircuit
\ e.stence: should send for it. Address and Supreme Court. $
the event. j Titusville and Indian River.
on I
r C!.0.FERRY CO.,Detroit. Mich.
A man in the northern part of Mainereccntl fr i LLEX E. HEYSEUJ
ss I -OFGROCERIES-
Ad vice to 'l7othera.TLs.WIxsL1w A
moved .a barn. After the barn
if- 's SOOTHING: Sraua ou1dntm\Ys
JOHN F. STRATTON & SON
had been: raisedon rollers tho man placed be used when children are cutting teeth. If relieves ,
himself underneath tu.building'! and the little suffererat once; it produces natural, Aitoraey-atiw an teyswr.
turned it around. quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes as"bright 'fR .5i..II.* H fv&zx&jsicsSSixr&tZtET
as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It -.*-- 1 .
:, A Persian cat was able% to spread scar- soothes the chiM.softeus the gums,aUaysall pain," 31iIL. Like Worth Dude County, Florida.
let fever amidst z large community of regulates the bowe's] and is the best known reined y { J.l Will
furnish
Abstracts of Title to Dale
for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or j 2= = I Ii
children in Chicago. This animal had ;\..
bottle. : -
other causes. !entr-tve cents a \ :i. : I County lands. ,
.. been petted bv a sick child and in its ,i
I visits to u';."( rnl neighbors i houses it car- .Iir 'L..p ( Importers of all kinds of t

ried the lis&fee; with it. .: 1 JC.!' ., -fi. t;.. t !Yulway tGiYen'! Mouth Harmonicas, j :R.D.. BURCHFIELD,

The New York Sun records battle between 44) )ftit.'n I.aI"v York ;*4
<< a J. DRY GOODS
:t
I
,1' A l"k'g' lli.f'd Plotter I _
:
i., : t'iW : r r.Jon.s
a mink and an eeL The mink had 't. ,' .. 'io. fieedg.AUI'kinds.'CIDE
the eel bv the back of the head, but thee '"'::..,(;::;f and iOc. Certificate! forfFedsyourcio.ceall STL\TTJ:; :0 SON. : COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .
,
w h' .
... + for :* 493IML-EN LAN!: NEW YORK. :
( 1 wound himself around the mink, and it; ... ,.f..Y : etamrs(Ic). Kwry flower by mail will receive as pn'lBrt
.
: :i lover d n:hted. Tell all your f
S rolled him around in the water until he
NOTIONS
s{' friends. CJ.\V.W 1a.Il'anncttsburlla. attention as calls in per-on.
let. go, and the fight was a draw. Send at once,this notice appears but a few times.StejracVT.rc.aicz ,
iawaBgn > !Ea =* -7r ""-* Address: Georgians, Fla.
A telegraphic wire is the last thing f

ones would expect to support vegetation, -- ('O'.Af" ,.. "to'c\ ) I Importers, Miuttttetnrers \Vholt-Rale-Dpalers
Kens'
'CUI tlJI"u. Ladies': & Cliltlrcns'SE in 11 kituls of F.
ATKINSON
traveler in Brazil writes to German :" .la"Q"COil'' () TT
a a -
yet .. .
; horticultural \-;. ,J.-. ,.t1\.,.!:?, ''rT". .... f"1'..........'... .".-..,....-.. Musical 3len mdjvp. Musical B xes. Baud Instrumejits. .
journal describing a -, Stratton's Celebrate Pnssilu
:
crop of mistletoe which he found clothing -=----'t Set't c7 Ti1.. fl"_ ;;htSTOW Gut Yioliu StringsSTRATTON ::4 ,
aiJ. lJOuI'W; r : cJ.I .
the wires not far from Rio Janeiro. I. jxz/fj "' [ OFi1 s. JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor
*M.!AA >t5f-v:tm gjhy $o J.S5r35.fe JOAN F. & SON
A weather of .
plant capable predicting
>- s Other sizes prcpcrtion- the Second Justice District of Bre-

earthquakes exists in Vienna. On several I ately loir. Agent veil pr.Ii Illustrated Cataloguefree. Importers ward county ; Court days, third Monday
lfr .occasions these predictions as to i Mention this Paper. .
of each month.
'' earthquakes havel/een useful in enabling :I C3SGOD & 'THOMPSON, Lingliaintcn, K. 7. -- .STR and Wholesaler

,mine owners to take precautions for preventing -, >p.ri in

: loss of life in colliery explosion's. MADE WITH BOILING WATER. Tslo 0 THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLOBIDi

freak has been born in Mackinac I T23 f3R= I8rATS 0 a curt' I Z MUSICALMsrfafe
s a
,
"J"A\: county, Mich., in the shape of'a girl baby I J I f"ea':1 f S'S (7

who has two heads-one of the regulation :l (r if (
1 r .
t kind on its shoulders: and tho other a ,

.' without eyes, ears, nose or mouth, on its ''It'ORTING. 1/ .A CAMPBELL
tiA7I r i. .
:; back. The babe is apparently intelligent i Taos MA Ir 4 0 49.
...... CLOTH IN G 0 rehitre4
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and healthy. \ I I ... ,.. ..r- '!I. _.,"... .. e
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\ -aI Maiden Lane Jacksonville Fla.
An odd book soon to oe published in I I ',] i 0 A a 1 ,
i .. ,
< New York for private circulation is to I ".'....-,..:rl' "i, NEW YORK.

;: contain a catalogue of the very wealthymen = John F. Stratton & Sou's Celebrated

... of the United States. About forty I __ ___" _- :: _WITH____BOILING n ___ MILK. I Gent's Furnishing Goods Russian Gut Viciln Strings, I will Sell and Deliver at your n&rtst
J" years ago similar book was printed, ,
Till; FINEST IS THE WORLD.
:
station First-Class
and the standard of wealth then was
e Our Guarantee. a Dealer receives a com
fixed at $100,000. Now it is
$1,000,000. ALSOCROCKERY plaint (which he believes to be honest) from any
Jose Maloni and A. Williams, San I cu'-ician: to whom he Las gold any of theie stylus, PXAr OS
he U authOiizrdoy: us to IotihllU another t>triut>
Francisco thieves, stole a lot of clothes i s
without charge: and ill! such loteill be made
a : and hid them in a room. They were arrested i GLASSY/ARE good by u* to oar cu..t'>ui.*ra without quibble or OR
and confessed, telling where tho (Jul'njou. (L'ewae-Iimit.rtions./
clothes wero to be found. An officer I &HEBWEVS Dealers will plea semi for descriptive cata OB.GANSron
> logue. Trade t'uppheJ at lowest" price. 34
fffnr &
went, after the plunder and found that *
rLirLitf&
had robbed the thieves* I ? I
some one room. r. t, HARDWAREAND
LE S MONEY tl.an any ether toowte In /trmted
A remarkable snow storm prevailed at : atr } I Opened for the Season.zirA bUtt I alw.ls] fcuarant iru.i,.*fcU t*

Fresno,CaL, a few days ago between 4 be as represent d. I \1 ill fcLip llai.0 or"nraa to
who is interested in his any honest .0iLan. trial, aDd it >.*
S and 6 o'clock p. in. the heavens were r, +!r I : man own man or oil
satisfactory, I will pay freight L >U "'>}.. !2*
welfare will be know tha
to t
so darkened that one could scarcely 1 see I pleased : u4
cash and $10 a tocntlt cu a Piano and $J. rk
across the street a complete pall hung $5 a mouth on an Organ till paid tot-not Amore .
over the city and gas had to be lighted, I tandtrlFo Medical Treatise oni is ANDREW GIBSON than ordinary rent. On tLe ery hfe..I
while doors and windows had t I Vo-ith, cni.turr-DetlincJ\ervors Ship Chandlery Goods. terms anyone can own a inotrnrornt. fwd W
to be shut. a : l't. iral DebitS, IiKpuritka of the Blood! Keeps the finest oysters to be found in FILER CATALOGUE co taiBinc full In/otmUrrl.
to keep,out the fine dust. I Sheet Music Strings Violins lUiijon (Gnifar. A"corJeous

Tho total length of the railroads of the Titusville, aud in fact, every Jlu kal JD.tr1tIllett
!
that is made and at ur'low price Seal for CJ&G.
earth. on Jan. 1, 1887, was 512,505 kilometers AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT P\ATKOXS. plete Catalopue: I have 20.0t pieces cf ffc a*.
as against S!}, 02 kilometers less Music at 10 cents Jlt'r copy. 5.0lt)boub of (Ldt'9
at the end of ASStherefore, an -; f\- Music at 10 riitd ir copy. 5.WO Bonk of Ck '.

increase of more than :.,00() kilometersaycar. N Plain and Fancy Cake made to or er.Ba'u's Cents.vocal and Instrumental Music at SeeMsasd2, at 2*
=t $n'.tln from Fo'lv,Vlcp, Iterance,Excesses or Any liece of sheet music putttb
At tho same rate of increase the ;
I *.ei taxation. Enervating ard unfitting the victim These will be the main features 01 my Bread t t'td per ceLt below pulliehem prices. Dooli II S
.. railways of the world should at present i jr Work,Bu.in--es,the)harried or Social Relation. business, but orders sent me for anything always on hand. pieces each .htot.t music the, 10 cccU. Bead If rCatalogne.
measure 550,000; ( kilometers.A i Avoid c&skilful pretenders. Possess this great in store in Titus- Also .1 first-class Barber shop attached. .
Tt contains ;J t pares, royal Svo. Beautiful kept any
new device! for Hcvcles allows tho i full Price, only$1.H by ville will be promptly filled.WillbnyFrnits.EggCMcte. A. B. Campbell Jacksonville F' .
' .ir'.n?, emho-sed gilt Meals at nil hours; from :3 a. m. to 11 p.m. -
use of those machines the ice the I i
upon ecncz aleJ In plain wrapper. lllna Parties desirnj to leave on morning mail
> little wheel being converted into a runner ,."ro hcctus f're". If you apply now. The r boats and bucks will please note this. IlIentiou this p ppr.] 5fl-1 jr.
while the large wheel is provided -. -;.sfitd anther, Win. 11. Parker, M. D., re- -
-- ---- ----- -
c- cR GOLD />ND JEWELLED MEDAL .
with clips that prevent slipping on the tiom the Nationl ffo 'ical Association.f HINDERCORNS.The .
ice.. In Now York. pariirs ure now Ixur.g r the PKIZS ESS Vcn NERVOUS and T PARKER'SHAIR only care Cure for Corn Stop aU p 1m Te'eV
formed to go up the Hudson for a tournament I P5V3ICALDiCILJ: T.'. ..Tarkeranclacorpscf ., fOr i I f BALSAM comfort to the feet.15&at Druggtot* li pool*Ox.XT.CONSUMPTIVE.
the Aa-i tant Physloi-jis rsry to consulted, ondt'entially Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
as soon as river freezes over. I bv mail or ia ptreoii, at the office of any Country Produce my customersor =_ Promotes a luxuriant growth. .EiRTl

Two,young Englishmen who recently TIM" W\r. M"iIF.HICAI, INSTITUTE, friend Never Fails to Restore Gray Aare YOV you l'nlrla.lirnnrhitLo. Jlvtlinut. IndipeMMUlt L.
passed through Chuftgo on their No.4 J'n:5"K: t., ::OS.TOTI. Ma -. Zowhoraall may bringto \1 Hair to its Youthful Color j PARKER'S GINGER TON I c7)* bs.esrsd
way is < i : < -H i'ir athice should be market.I I Prevents Dandruff and hair failing! the won-t cast ami ff-tti.Tn around theVcrlJ i informed a reported I I directed asva. I II t..4-i S boe.andttt.lltatDrutrei.ts Take ia titan oc.aad 3L.;
that they have been making a collectionof ------ ---
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH I --- ---- .-- -- -_.-
samples cf the: water of the great I I -

rivers of the vrorltl. The samples<< are I PENNYOYAL PILLS
bottled as soon as collected, and the Lot- i ask for a share of the public patron Traveling Nortllor South take the

ties, duly hailed, arc sent: to their homes'! ,\. ,J. :BED CiS DI X 11D E3Ai1D.orc ). age, and come as a supplicant, not a 1

'" in England tiy ,. uJ.1wo.t.ClDIy.IIU'nnnd die tator asking for favors.If .
eaPre.Edwin I 7 reliable pin for sale. sever Fail. your

A. BarUr, of West Chester, I ',,.'.,.r, ;:' Diamond Ask for Oitclicrter't Brand.In re/me.( courteous treatment,good S. S. Line
allory
Fa., who is an antiquarian, has just I\ 1'X tallio box...Kaled with blue rib- goods and low figures is ,
_
ybon. At DrncsUtd. Acceptno
' cured a Chinese bank note of the pro-t ,7J other. AU pills in pa5t the candidate for

' teenth century. It is a note of tho Ming : oilACounterrdK board boxes pink wrapper Send 4e.are(a(dnn mrparticulari .:;|cr-tv. public favor,

dynasty, lade of a f.lirons, PITXT: Of a 'J and".llellerrc.")..SUlll...."tlmonlaU then I'melected. -Via .er.n. :nc1.in.a.. be"tvvoon.NeYI : .
mail. h
s -/ letter by return 10,000 :* -
grayish color covered with Chinese from LADIES who nave used them. Name r8Iot'r. .
.... acters. Mr. Barber says that cmr"'l CldchesterChemical co.MadisonSq.Phila.i'a

only two,specimens of this note I -- York and Florida Boston Philadelphia and the East,

.. his in existence one being in the Imperial Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co. ,

:museum at St. Petersburg.There I $500 Cash Chilled Plows and Sugar ,

has just died in London George : Cane Mills. Sailing

Loy Smith, who was the last man out of
the 'valley of death in the famous Bal- Is offered to the person who shall send in tho FROM NEW YORK CITYP1LR ;FROM FEn AXDIX.\,

* aklava' charge. lie was buried without] largest number of yearly subscribers to the 21. 1:. R., EVERY FRIDAY.y CENTRE faTREET WHARF ETiST 11lV.JID.1T.

any military. honors and the Duke of Ladies' HomeJournal the Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAX ANTONIO and .

Cambridge, coinrnander-in-chicf the RIO GRANDE
British army, refund to send a gun car- between now and July 1st, 1889, at 50 cents I 4 '
ria<*e'to bear his body to the grave. Mr. per year: -HAM1 PRICE. After that date, TJS- Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. Table.
SmitlVwas no subscriptions received for less than$1.00per year.
the last surviving noncommissioned for next tbe best on the Coast.
S100-S30O is offered respectively
1.. officer who took part in tho largest clubs. A good cash commission paid for
charce. every subscriber secured, if desired instead of I SCHEDULE.NORTHBOUND .
tOne premiums. Hundreds of dollars can be made
of tin: newest- devices for curing the next six months by men, women or from Fernandina connecting with 5:40 p. m. train from.Jackson
utilizing children. We famish free sample. copies,posters yule.CITY. .
awdust 13 the scheme of a Canadian Ac. Address } ,

i mechanic. He: claims that by grinding CURTISPUBLISHINC CO. OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain. Wilder.. 'Mar 7tb

tho refuse.Into a 'uniform fineness, mix- PHILADELPHIA, PA.' STATE OF TEXAS;, Captain Y. .- ::.V II 14th
.' ..
_; & ing.it with the refuse gas tar from the CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.. ''" 21

; 33:house and compressing the substance STATE OF TEXAS, Captain,Williams. 'u II 4' 25th
'CHESTPAINSDe0
, n;_ -1 into ca.Ves, a fuel can be made in every l CITY OF SAN ANTONIO > II Aprl. nth
Captain Wilder..............
way superior to soft coal for files.
open
0tDS. ,irOrder all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No. 21 E. B., 2 e1l'York. ... ; I
\ GJ-fS jOS-Special Agents are located at all principal. points through Florida, where tickets can tsutnresl -
; Still In Doubt. c information obtained.jOStterooms i
"I Aching Sides and Back Hip, Kidney and Uterine and berths secured in advance from Jacksonville and Fernandina ofice.jB3Trains .,
jtift received a letter' from that girl Pains, BheumatlG, Sciatic* Sharp and Weakening from F. K. t N.R'y. run directly to ship* side at Fernacdioa, .
out west I asked to :\1'rme'* said Pains Relieved in one minute by the Curttcnra An- 't!-Any farther information can be obtained from
Dakin. ti-Pain Plaster. The Srrt and .only instantaneous -- + J. Mv CUTLER Passenger Agent, corner Bar and Hogan streets, Jacksonville,Fu.O. .
'c"Did she accept ct.'r paln.Wlling. strengthening: plaster., 2S L cents! the O. R. HUBBY, Agent Fernandin, Fla. .
for $1.00. At druggistsor, of PornaFDiica .AND H. RAYMOND; General Traveling Agent

f > -. calico 1 don't awnv: "I know'en .tr_ WtlbcforQ yeWTpu:: see I 1\,-was liar CHE1 Pimples CAL'O.,blackheads"Bunn. bated' and oily, akin. cored I S. H. ,Rav. C H. MALLORY &' CO.... General Agents;; Pier 20 1 B M YORK CIT L

r time to read tho 1 .Ls crrptiw < i by CxmcuBA SOAP, r ..

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.1 : THE FLORIDA- STAR. THURSDAY'" ,FEB. 28, 1889, ", 7 '

1---':' pimples, SOS" Aches and Pains.m -. y. r- ..
a SOB.G.II.uM.1

k' en'"hundred bottles,of unaparilla or other O. ar.Hardware. iECJ'I'cx: ,
>eciflcs fail to eradicate in-born f
l Bcrof- .-

.. jB.pretentious i11a or(contagions Botanic Blood blood Balm poison) has,gained remember many that thoaSid B.. ult's Pills ::;1 :> :_ ;J' ...', and {

.
victories, in a*many seemingly incurable in- r'\-. EVAPORATORS .j
. Itutoes. Send to the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Gsk.tat .; .ji
''Book of'Wonders,"and be convinced. It lethe : '
only TRUE BLOOD PURIFIER. FOR '- : (:: .
i' Howell's TORPID LIVER General
G 'W. Messer X Roads., Ga. writes "1 i' c. ; Produce
vU afflicted nine years with sores. Ali tho tnedl.w J. c=c>
A ;; .
torpid liver
-' due I could take did me no good. I then tried B. deranges tha wbole system .L MILLS.tf tf
tr and prodaees .
: B- B,*nd 8 bottles cured me sound. -
r Mr*. S.IL Wilson,. Round Mountain Texas Sick Headache \ ........ MERCHANT. lAud
writes:' "A Jl.d11rieDd of mine was troubled Witbbamp' '- Syrup Makers' SUllil ies.
and Pimples on her face and neck. She took CD
three bottles of B.' B. B.,and her skin got soft and Dyspepsia,_Costiveness, Rheumatism )Melbourne Florida
,booth, pimples 'disappeared and her health improved w .
greatly." Sallow Skin and Piles. COCD i
1.... L..Bosworth Atlanta, Ga., writes: "Some .. A. M. Hamilton & Co., For Catalogue and Copy of SorghumGrower's
years ago I contractd blood poison. I had no appe There is no better remedy for these ; _.
the,mj digestion was ruined rheumatism drew up common diseases than Tutt'a Liver TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, Guide, address 1 ;
my limbs so I could hardly walk my throat was Fills, as a trial will prove. P.rlce,2ic.
cauterized fire times Hot Springs gave me no ben. Sold = Wholesale Dealers in
Everywhere. CHAPMAN & CO MADISON fflft] 1
,efit and my life was one of torture until I gave It t-I : ,
B. B. a trial, and, surprising as it way bccm,the

use of five bottles cured ice." t>> '- .- -- 7'I -. .._-.- :_'" r=:. Indian River Oysters, THE.AUTOMATIC.

That Hacking Cough can bd so quickly cured by 1 5J----icrq
Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by Dixon&: FISH:
Titusville, fix. I CUREF. i
Gray, '. .

win YOU'suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Com =:;-' Green Turtle and Game. :

plaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure All orders will receive prompt antI earefu! at.
you.., Sold by Dixon & Gray,Titusville, Fla. S00 tention, whether by telegraph,
letter or person. 1; SELF-SKIMMING'
Sleepiest nights, made miserable by that terrible .IT" rid 1
cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for TOO. Sold 6
Dixon & Gray Titusville Fla.: 1n .' c'nn make JT5.0O p/>r
by %, J>,.y belling our AND .
tJJ lGE T profit t
..... W '\L.JU.... teat the
Catarrh cured,health and good breath secured, Of WorM tor log price A
by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. \a. When I say Cnnc I do not menn merely to e+- CEj.--p J-t ii 1'itilOGiAI'li ALlttJ!.
injector free. Sold by Dixon & Gray, Titusville, stop them for a time,and then h...:, them re 84 x 1'2.. El11bo"-*"l itldM riles, goal wises exton Perpetual ByaporatorsTHE
f Fla. turn again. 1 MEAN A UAD1CAL CUiliJ. 0 -( 501'da."p.. holding CS pages of Cabinet and Card ,
: I have made the disease of pictures, rest for 81.CO.maiJs;: for $".:: >; bound aloin
For lame back, side or chest,use Shiloh's Porous II I Japaneese Morocco Illustrated circulars !lilts:
plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by Dixon & Gray I FITS, EPILEPSY or O of-the al>oe and% t,4 h1! ti ER ftSTYW ft H i. J THEImproved i

Titusville, Fla. aEs1L ..n..bN..t:11e.Un'in: ,ft.1ft R R I ,'' S
PALL$ rG SICKNESS, 'hl'inlmU. (Jm Sv t.b'I \j JJ b
s'bilolTs Cough and Consumption Cure in Fold Victory Cane Mill '
by us on a guarantee.: It cures consumption.Dixon lifelong CURE study. I WAnRANT my remedy to <:> t'l +ij i"t. .?'.r"n=" do',..,!,,",.their... DRASS money
the
worst cases. Because others have
&Gray Titusville, Tla.Shiloh's : :.,\j.o...:...... 'j .l iil!>h"u Corrugated
failed is no reason for not now receu infr a cure. OUR SPECIALTIES

Vitalizer is what you need for constipation of Send my at INFALLIBLE once for a treatise REMEDY.and a.UOTTL&Cue Expressand t ttrJ cic .tJPo U.'. .;.,";.';.-'iT)..(t. Sr.rb!l fJ3h\i.D. r
dizziness! and all ,
loss of appetite, symptoms
; of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. rost Oflice. It colts you nothing for a .:\1 111' f'-f if1 pv.nf:1mUv.. Gives Also Portable! Soda? Fountains.Price .
trial and it will cure you. Address I-- I e.i" ;" 1t:;:t tnan t1.-o or'.I'ary lah1N.
Sold by Dixon k Gray Titnsville, FU. $ Elms "I/I'f l'\fJt.: r-nt toy J"prfor:
!
H.C. ROOT, M.C.,183 PAL Sr..1EwY3ict pikCD :! Fns il.f: .t;[ !tllrnl'1l? .. -' aho Ijl.H the: r.t rs- Low and GOO Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis Immediately ."tI" : Z.Y\ii."N s"ilire Coli e l-ot in the C'. S.
relieved by Smloh's Cure. Sold by Dixon J. H .rn } sEa a :ffiC2iSaj is if-i j'/ "j 'CtJ4t r-r ,11eWtr'tte'i! circulars toCS
.S '&Gray, Titnsville Fb.'Voltll :;;Et.r. \::'.,k:,UlCjncimaa.J .
\\\I",, !'!; :;:' ? C. II. M'OTT. t
'' Knowing1.Mr. ,,,\\\W\\\I\\.'i''r '\\' \.' !,+!jll I".,.II:.!."".r.''%." ati :
'"\'\\\"\'\'\.\\\\\'o\\ \\'\"r.....,.1;'..:/t.III'I'I/lIII/, "'(I', ". Geo. E. Chase I\STJIX a
\ II. Morgan, merchant, Lake ik ;'l' \ ,M,;Jiil.jf'lIi6' ";/t = hi' ,

City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold, ,, $8M'srt' ; r**'/)wm/; & JIAIU.DltESSIXO SALOON.If .
i.. "tf.!: .. ;.a. : //Y4 fJJ c:
atttended with a distressing Cough and t : "r' 'fl;," ""' "r<: ; j2' -
C *4- j j .Jrf-k* Jt-'* V t
4fM. vikSSrV ,, :. i".fY ,
I '
running into Consumption in its first O TXrJv S\" *""j4 flb Ship C11a11d1015 you want a clean amt easy shaves _

t stages. He tried many so-called popular "' '',, As clean as barber C\"cqt\\-e, '

cough remedies and steadily grew wor e. 1. t-\\ V."tJ u {\'l"' a Y Just call on me at my saloon, _..

Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty inbreathing +3 : r t noR R : F L.rfl'q : J f-: ? At morning, eve, or nItrl'Uttt..n. ..
--= S1 Boat and Vesslc all lands
Finally A fotRE CURE Fntt Supplies,
and unable to sleep. fl-- =
was ::: )1: t :):.\ CHILLS e., FEVER, f.t.[ ,.-+.% oS Patent Anchor, Chains Blocks: I'll cut and comb.yourhair with fake
tried Dr. Kin s New Discovery 'y.o, .. -'"'\ -s'--=-- rJP'
...
't O"M. : ;; ;b!:{ Canvass, (Galvanized Wire 'I'o suit the contour of JH
and found immediate ; ,CIiJ or "' your <:tt;
for Consumption f'.f' sizes Tents
; all
Hope, ,
relief, and after using about a half dozen : h ,.v,.".<"..."4"",,.".,_. :L.A -...1".w:_-.hl.V.1-... :!O', "",;,.", gd Spruce Ladders, To The yon I'll give good shampoo, ..
of
,,, art which is known
feMy .
-
bottles found himself well and has had zr.Jif tj'.. .,.. ... ;!1\ QOFle.2 Copper Paints, ;:al's, l-i sal's qt* in \\ ?
.
of the disease. No other remedy '?# ;,}{. Spar Varnish. jal'ss. lal's,(It-.,lts.
return sensor's
no razor"Myfchop kE'dJ
j/..., I. )I ,04'r"''' '''-i. sharp, my ,
::. .j. "1114; .. : \, ;""'Z.> .. Oils and Leads, all Kinds.
record of curesas !: ". .r.t, '.\\> "' \" '... ,'
can show so grand a 4: ... : : ; \-1: \': .,., txJ is a ways neat and clean
i i1J/fJ/4//i/llI'lrl,1\.I: \\\\\.i\\\\ DfcVOE & 10'S HEADY MIXED
\ \ F. TV. PAINTS t
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con ': :'! .\..\, ::{\\\ tad everything I'm furc'ou'1I find,
sumption. Guaranteed to do just what 11i/Illt I.111,1/11,1'!I//!/ !'h.ltL'J;\:I" I'\"u., In fact anything for Building or Sailing.boats.tfart's To suit:the taste and please the mind.
,
Trial bottle free at
is claimed for it.
Titusville. Uloclt, 90 East Bay St., And now to all who patronize intend,
Dixon & Benson's Drug Store, rt
!. ppriflAN'8 'YAEIs ZQ -o wi .].' CsiS N'VLL E. FLA.1.4y Just come along- and bring"vonr friends

Youth. CALLED TUB -------- --- --- ---------- And I assure you I will try: i

Mrs.. rhocbe Renews Chesley Her, Peterson, Clay Wonderful Chi!! and Fever Expelier My very best to satisfy. runy'; t '

It the chills and fever, tons up the jstcm, .
Co. Iowa tells the following remarkable cures g.r
,truth of which is vouched for givo<\an appetite, triBsiu.j strength and health tile P3 i 6=Ir If any dealer says he has the\V.L.Douelal s .&.. j
story, the sufferer. ? Shoes without name and price \). '
a by the residents of the town : "I am 73 ippinan Brothers, \Yho1eE3lc Druggists, w "I the bottom, put him down as a frauds .j

", years old, have been troubled with kid- sole manufacturers and proprietors, Lipp- g

ney complaint and lameness for many mann block, Savannah, Ga. tr fjqp. 4 .

years; could not dress myself without 3

: help. Now I am free from all pain and b---1:

r,. soreness, and am able to ao all my own ;: $
thanks to Electric yAq,, '' I J
housework. I owe my IPiP11 [lli a

Bitters for having renewed my youth, do
: ,removed completely a disease and pain." 7n dIII

t. Try a bottle, 50c.and 1 $, at all drug (Prickly Ash, Poke Root, and Potassium.) = -
stores in Titusville and on Indian River Sqq r.1 r1 fiwr rD
CURES ,
.
NOTICE.I <=t> "

SYPHILISPrimary Q
am prepared with full set of tools k
.
t for sinking artesian wells. With my ,Secondary,and Tertiary: Syphilis,Srph-

small set, have sunk four wells] 155 to ilitic,Eruptions Ulcers and, Scrofula Old Sores and, Rheumatism Scrofulous Eruptions and s: 0

200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from all diseases of the blood ; all those that have

80,000, to 86,000 gallons per day, from to resisted the wonderful other treatment power yield of P.steadily P. P.,and the purely great > bIIj .j

two inch pipes. Have also a large set, Blood Purifier.

i.s for sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wan L' t-d oo, { ,

ted. Having ventured in the business, SCROFULAIs t wjS-! > i u. ; WI L. DOUGLAS f/f
t .
obtained
purchased tools, and successfully r a< .
{
j full flowing wells, I ask the patronage an Impurity in the blood, producing Lumps or c# 3 S'OE FORGENTLEMEN..
Swelling causing Running gores on the Arm, 'da
4 and influence of citizens and friends who .Legs, or Feet: for the cure of which use P. P. P., 'II O ; Mb HOME Best In the -world. Examine hi* 4.
appreciate efforts and who want the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these 83.00 OKNUINK IIANII-SE11'ED SHOE.;
my
r diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., S4.00 HANISEVKl WELT MI OK.3JiO .
r. wells. Respectfully, giving new life and new strength. IS NOT FURNISHED $ POLICE ANI> PA KM Kit V Sh OE. 1
ALBERTS. MAGRUDER, bCD 82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF M1OE.
': IiJ 3.85 IVOIIKINOMAN'S SHOE. 1i
Rock Ledge. BLOOD POISON fYO 83.00 and 81.75 ItOVS SCHOOL SHOES
i WITHOUT ONE. i '
., All made In Congress, Button and Lace.

I Notice. Cured in its worst form ; sometimes in cases with SAVANNAH, Ga., Nov. 1, 1888. W. L. DOUGLAS 1. ,
Erysipelas where the patient was in Eternal Pain Forty Thousand southern Homes made
Land Office at Gainesville, Florida. and given up by the physicians. In some cages JMl;,> with flue fiistiiiuients since 187O, S3 SHOE LAFD rEs. ii i i.r.
Scrofulous Ulcers broke cut till the party was a am: Mill the good work KOCH on.
Jan. 5th, 1SS9, mass of corruption; a bottle of P.P.P. was UOOO Pianos and Organs Hold last year. Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting .
Notice is hereby given that the follow- procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. m .- i;-tOO oua'mark for this>cur.Lower Prices; U not W.sold-L.by DOUGLAS.your dealer,BllOCKTOX write MASS'
iag-naiucd settler has filed notice of his :\otter In!:truintiits; Easier Terms and
final in of ttte-uur jndnceUl utll Till gain us this in- FOR SALE BY
intention to make proof support
1 craj f:l rule.Thou.andyof.
I his claim, and that said proof will be made Homes yet misapplied with
before Judge or in his absence, the clerk oft And in all Affections of the Blood P.P.P.stands 1k v Instruments niinlit today be enjoying' C. J. HECTOR' t
r alone and unrivaled and some of its cures are .
Circuit Court, at Titusville, Fla., on March reallv wonderfuL = tJu-iii through our easy system! ofeelting.CASII "
4th 1889, viz:Alexander Forester of Titus- If you suffer from anything like Syphilis Scrofula -. to pay down not needed. We hare Melbourne, Fin.XOT1CC '
t A PLAN by which, WITHOUT JU? K,
Blood Poison, Ulcers, Old Sores, Ilbeuma-: any
ville. Fla. II. E. 10249 for the lot 1, 8ect' \
obtain In trnmeut of tyle
tism, or any disease of the blood, be sure and ore cun nn !! any
tion 1, township 20 south, range 35 east. give P. P. P. a trial. tJ or Trice making either 3IO>THI.Y, j
He the following witnesses tot I).P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium lUAKTE'lIA- or YEARLY PAYJIEXTSn : -
names :
his continuous residence and )is no secret patent medicine like the manyon S .itii Paid for, uienuwLile cujoyiug use of Is COUNTY COURT, :\Vhereas Par- : .
upon
prove the market. Its formula is on every bottle, 11pfrnmeJlt. Dade County Fla. } tbenia'P. Dim-
cultivation of,said land viz : thus giving a guarantee of its purity and wholesomeness No extortionate price No Uisk. No For- 1\\
Brack Bevels, George Hunt, Andrew that no other blood purifier docs give. r s-c ffilurc of all cash paid Installments cannot ick has applied jor Letters of Administration .
fit bu promptly paid. Contract perfectly .
all of Haul- cum testamehto annexo; on the
Jackson and Buttler Capbcll, Lippman Bros.. Wholesale Druggists, pole manufacturers F.VIII nnd LQU1TAHLE. protecting purchasers -
of Moore W. Dimick deceased
.- Florida. block Savan. from all imposition loss. estate ,
: over, and proprietors, Lippman or
t't 39 S. C. TUCKER, Register. nab, Ga. f!; Write us and we will point out the way to late of said county of Dade: These are I.
-- -- ----_._- therefore, to cite and admonish all and
---
-- pet a fine In-ttramrnt Easily and at Low
a
r, <=<- 0 singular thekindred and creditors of said
NOTICE. \ ; Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888.
t : = deceased to be and appear before this
SfiT' Better than any before offered. Prices
STATE OF FLORIDA, -a Court on or before the 18th day of March,
} B.EIULS Largely Uedd ed. Notice these SPECIAL
and file if.
DADE COU "Tr. A. D. 1889 objections, any l
t OFFERS: they have; to the granting letters as
the relations representatives t-Itl -
To all and singular,
-, and next of kin to Robert = Upright Piano only $200 aforesaid, otherwise the same will be
granted as prayed.
Walker, late of.said county, deceased. 9t'OF II. 00.CO 7% Octaves-Overstrung Scale Three Witness name' as County Judge of
before my
You arc hereby.cited to appear Strins-Iosewood-FulJy:: Guaranteed
the County Court, at Miami, on the first CD -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price$600. the county aforesaid, this 21st day of

Monday: in March next, to show cause PURE COD liVER Oil '-- Parlor Organ. only $65Four Januarr,$889. '
why letters of administration of the ALLY E. HEYSEB,

goods, chattels and credits of Robert AHD HYPOPHOSPHITSS o Ilandiome Sets Case.Jccds-ll CataloguePrice,8200.StoolCovernstructorMusicDook Stops Couplers-. 41-6\vks. Count.rJudge.

Walker, late of Dade county, deceased, Almost as Palatable Milk 4
intestate, should not be granted to E. tee.n and all Paid. NOTICE.
Gale, who has made application for theIr So disguised that it can be talctn Freight
digested, and assimilated by the moat Other Special Offer just as good. Largest Stock All persons having claims against the
same. sensitive stomach when the plain oil South to choose from. TEX GRAND MAKERS. ilusse11
estate ot Susan P. : late of Cr -
A. E. HEWER, cannot be tolerated; and by the com ( SO Different Styles. Gin suit all buyers. Write .
County Judge, binatlon of the oil with the hypopho for cptalogues,circulars and free Copy of our newpaper yard count}.Florida deceased are here-

40 Acting as._Probate_ Judge. Dade Co. phites is much. more efficacious.EemartiWe .q "S/tarps and Flats"giving full and valuable by required to. present them, properly
as a flesh producer. -, information. authenticated, "within the time prescribed

while U. -. .{.. by law, to the Honorable Minor S. ,
FROSCHER Persons gain rapidly taking .Ii. REMEMBEROUR
A. of said .
LOW PRICES. .Jones, County Judge county. or

Florida SCOTT'S'EMULSION is acknowledged .,"... '. c=':) OUR EASY TERMS. to,the undersigned; or this notice pill
Titasville ,
Physicians to'be the Finest and Best preparation .. ONE PRICE ONLY. 'stand in bar of payment; and all persons w

Keeps full:suppljr of metallic and wooden in the world for the relief and cure of HANDSOME OUTFITS. indebted to said estate are;nquired

CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA. BEST INSTRUMENTS.ALL to make immediate settlement swat the

e Coffins Gases and C skets.. I GENERAL- DEBILITY WASTING ; .' : ; ;.' 15 DAYS'FREIGHT TRIAL.PAID.. unders'';ned. .

DISEASESEMACIATION., MONEY SATED ALL.LUDDEN&BATES. S. H/IUr, .
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Funerals attended if desired.. All orders COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. ; Administrator ot the.estate[of Susan

promptly'executed, and 'at 'reasonable The !grtat remedy,for CbnsumpSan, and :; .. : : : \ti: i P.Kussell, deceased, Titusyille. ,.Florida.,
.k.. in Children. Sold aU ** Jan. 18th 18S9.
( c rates. Embalming'done. Wasting by .Druggists SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE: SAVAflHAH, GA. ,#

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S 11' Canaveral is -River Fronts for sale terms I '" :' .', .: .' .f'. ..":; 7 ......v ..; .
LOCAL. LACONICS. -:Miss Mary Shaffler, of on easy ". .
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A for cash. See A. V. Hiscock Georgiana '" : .::, ,: 'r' -1' : :, .:
;f. -Local advertisements are ten cents spending a few weeks with her friend, :;.- ,'' :;, ;"t? -
s Mrs. Simonson. Fla. He means business. .
per line; -! .', .
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The schooner Ellie',Captain C.F.Fischer Work that has temporarily been -Oyster shell lime of A 1 quality is 'r; s

stopped on the new city wharf has been offered for sale by J. S. Watson, of El
er, started down the Tuesday morn-
resumed again. Dora. Price furnished on application.J. .
ing With a party. .
Money Money Money 11 to A. Durst, of Crescent City, the
of and
-The list grand petit jurors I
loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins. pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor-
is
have been drawn, and Sheriff Bowman The Cash Bazar
Peoples's
on the alert to ,summon each one. & Graham, Titusville.Mr. ida, is now operating in Titusville. For
information, address box 211.
,J' '-Messrs. M. Grover and W. K. Wood and Mrs. Trafford, of Banana.. ,
Jacksonville last Riper, were in town last week and returned Two thousand choice two-year old
f. sP'ent'a few days at
to their home Saturday. lemon buds; two thousand two-year old
in the Sub-Tropical also.
1', week, faking
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Tangerine orange buds, and ten thousand

4 ed-The down Trade-boat the river "Golden again Monday Rule" start-with !I attractive-Attention advertisement is directed of to )the Ir.new J. Birn-and other orange buds for sale by E. S. Wi On Corner, next to Railway Depot, Titnsville.

,. Messrs.G. C. Kuhl and W. C. Alberts in baum on our second page this week. ley, Titusville. .

'" -Mr. J. T. Small, of Lewiston, Me., Ucorgiaiia. For Cash-Button hole twist, lc., full lOOy d.; black silk thread 3c.; spool cot-
charge.Mr. ton 2c.; best brass pins 4c.; American pins IJc. pkg.; socks 4c. up; good note paper
of
arrived here with
.: W. W. Skinner, who fractured. yesterday a party A few new faces are seen around town. 6 sheets, lc.; black ink 3c; best machine oil 3c.; hammocks SOc. to$1:32; scissors 4c.

his knee cap several weeks ago, is improving about a dozen from his State, who, after Capt. T. G. Carter is contemplating the to 32c.; whisk brooms 5c.; suspenders, 12 to 20 c.; Island City knitting cotton 21o;

!:}... so as to walk again with the aid spending a few days at Cocoa, will stop platting of our town and getting out a Flannel Shirts from 75c. to $1.25; crochet quilts, bed spreads, buttons, bustle,stationery -

1-' Titusville for a while. blacking-brushes, towels, napkins', cartridges, in fact, anything you want,
of crutches. I new map for the same. at the People's Cash Bazaar cheaper than you ever bought before.

.. -Our Postmaster requests us to say -Captain Saunders has launched his The weather continues unusually cool, Men's Undershirts, from 20c. to 40c.

that it was Mr. Dixon:: and not himself, new pontoon or sailing lighter. This yet the vegetable crops are more promis-

", that planted the young trees in front of commodious boat has a large, roomy ing as the spring weather approaches.The .
cabin, and will be a very desirable boat
Arbor Day.
the postoffice on Rev. Mr. Getman, now of Georgi-
for hunters and tourists.
-Mr. D. L. Gaulden has enclosed the anareceived a rather pleasant"pounding"last
north of his residence with a neat -The Town Council did not hold their
lot just Friday evening, with very favorable
fence, and will use the lot for a flower meeting last Thursday mentioned in results.

the the STAR, but will meet this Thursday
"f This will improve
appear-
garden.
Mr. :Munson, near the postoffice, Mrs.
.:, ance of his residence a great deal. afternoon, and it is expected that the Fish, Mr. Peter Wittfeld and Dr. /F. Gr. :E3UO .A.B.A.-Y-
t time for the payment of town taxes will 'Vitt-I ,
Captain Joe Smith arrived here fromf' feld are ready, we understand, to
be extended to the first of April.
St. Augustine last Friday, and will stay boarders and accommodate visitors.
(Formerly the firm of Huckabay & Budge,)
after the fish -Rev. :Mr. Huntington having returned -
here for a few days looking
Mr. Lyman, of this place, is on a visitto
add oyster interests with which be is con- north earlier than he expectedon
DeLand, and should the weather con-
-S nected. the urgent request of his church, Rev. tinue warm at the North he contemplatesan "'Vii Open a Large Stock of

:' Messrs.s. G. ., ..hallc ross: and Alec E. L. Turquand, of Enterprise, held early return to his Northern home in
morning and evening service at St. Ga-
V. French the former of New York and Kenosha Wis.
briel's Church last Sunday. The usual Furniture and
have been BeddingIn
Sanford :Fla.
the latter of ,
services will be held next Sunday.Mr. Mr. Hiscock, it is "understood, is
three four days on Indian
spending or
offering some desirable locati ns-
r very
River the week. and Mrs. W. M. Brown returned
past river fronts-on terms for cash.
from a visit to Jacksonville Tuesday, easy January at their old stand, and solicits the patronage of all his
f- Osborn who has charge of the
-Mr. Those who wish to settle would do wellto
where they attended lust week the annual friends on the river. 36
i. freight at the railroad warehouse, acci- take advantage of some offers he is
re-union of Iew Englanders the Sub-
dentally fell Monday night and broke a making. Come to Georgiana. and see.
&
Tropical. The re-union the
was gathering -
rib.T e learn that with good and care- of a large number from the Eastern Our school is still in progress, having WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
will be about again.
ful attention he soon
States, who were toasted to and addressedby been very successful from its beginning.Mrs. .

; From the Times-Union of Tuesday many of our representative Floridamen Ida Page Nelson is the teacher, and the people of Indian River to our stock of Goods,

t. I, we learn that Judge M. S. Jones was inJacksonville and a very pleasant time was experienced very seldom do ;you find one more compe- which we are offering at very close margin.We .

that day on his way to by all present. tent to fill the place of teacher. Several ,make a specialty of

I I: Washington to witnessthe inaugural cer- will regret to have our school close earlyfor

emonies when President next Monday Harrison, the takes 4th of his March office., with Titusville Arthur Love's was very Comedy much Companyin pleased the want of more funds. Groceries Grain Hay and Flour S

t their laughable entertainments last ,
-Mr. Geo. M. Robbins started last and : Owners of Pianos and OrgansWill .
Friday Mr.
Saturday
evenings.
take OnGENT'S which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of
for Dade to testimony
: :.. Friday county Love has few superiors in comedy acting, be glad to know that our Tuner
& "in the contest which Mr. Goodrich expects and Traveling Agent, MR. W. K. BATCH-
to make against General Bullock's especially in the rapid changes he makesto ELDER, of Boston, Mass., will make his FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,

represent different charactersfourand to this within the
visit next
fa election as Congressman.from the second yearly place Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly to
five changes being nothing unusualfor few days, when they can have their in-
their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
district for this State. Mr. Robbins returned struments put in the most perfect tune
him. "Senator
Spreadeagle" was gen- We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.
and order and at covering
yesterday. an expense
erally liked best. Last but not least the
,
only the actual value for the work done. -
-Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Thompson, of musical part of the programme was a We have known him personally for nineteen E. L. BR..A.DYROBBINS .

Minneapolis, Minn., arrived at Titusville most interesting one, in which Mr. Gill years, he having tuned the first pi-

Monday afternoon to stay for a few weeks Thomas actually played on six instru- anos we ever sold.
As a practical tuner and repairer he
this and other on the riv- ments at time viz violin mouth- & GRAHAM
,,,' at place points one : has no superior, and instruments intrusted ,
t.; er. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson spent most harp.'two guitars, violoncello and chime- to him will be most skillfully tuned,

: of last winter's season on Indian River, bells, aside from solo singing. banjo specialties regulated and repaired. Address him at

and their many friends will be glad to etc. once through your postoffice, as his stay
will be short, and on arrival he will
see them here again. REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. .
-We received a pleasant call last Fri- promptly call upon you.

-The vast numbers of ducks that congregate day from Mr. D. McConville, of Washington Full particulars given of prices, terms .
ti i and ] of pianos and Instruments
river are a wonderment styles Organs. -
.' on our great D. C., on his way to Jupiter. He
sent on trial to intending pur-
to the visiting tourists. They notice is auditor for the Postoffice Departmentat chasers. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
I
,the countless thousands as soon asS the Capitol, a positionwhich is not Special reduced prices for tuning to

_ the train rolls down the railroad wharf, held by party favoritism, hence he is safe yearly patrons. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
l exclamations of LUDDEX & BATES, SOUTHERN Music
and varied sur.
many after the administration Mr.
' heard those of citizens i new enters. HOUSE, Savannah, Ga.Absolutely. Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent
are by opr
a 1 W prise McConville:! is having the little steamer in twelve months.

' I who take the ride from depot to steamer. Telephone repaired during his trip to Ju- Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000.

-Mr. Batchelder, piano tuner for piter. This little steamer, our readers Business lots from $250 to $2,500.

Messrs. Ludden & Bates Southern :Music will recollect, was the one that created riOY4ROYAL

; '. House, will be in Titusville in about two such a furor of excitement during the Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands

3 weeks. All those having pianos they early part of the yellow fever epidemicat

wish to be tuned will do well to forward Jacksonville, as it was said to have More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every

their names; to E. B. Wager, at this place, come directly from that infected place 1/l IlYf/ county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable

.who will tree that Mr. Batchelder calls here, and the County Commissioners or- 'fl''fl'c. Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre and

them on his arrival. dered it fumigated and anchored on the ,:: upwards.
upon () .
in east side of the river. It now seems as : : : P. 0. Box 250 Titusville Florida.A.
-Our town reporter was slightly 4 i .. .
though there might be a legal point to I!. K h:: .:
error last week in stating that 1 I r. E.. M. : : lit
ml
be solved between Mr. McConville and !
' Il :Moore would take charge of the affairs of
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'. A. STEWART GEO. M.
the County Commissioners, unless both I j ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.
the end of the I.'
the railroad company at ", I i
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parties can agree on the amount of dam- Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. M. 1>
j wharf. Mr. Moore has been the assistant

S of our depot mister-Mr. Gruberandhe ages to steamer and merchandise on boardof
under same belonging to Mr. McConville. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY
is about to take a position Capt. .

Watson of the Indian River Steamboat
t 114KIJ4GPOWDER
S Attempted Burglary.OAK Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands In Bre
i Co., not the railroad company.If ., yard county, Florida. .
HILL, VOLUSIA Co., Feb. 25, 1889.
there is one thing more than an-
Editor Florida Star Titles Examined *
other that our Town Council deserve : and Perfected. :

j credit for it is the manner in which they SIR-An attempt at burglary was Box 250, Titusville, Fla. .

x have drained the few low places within made on the Atlantic House here, which \

t : the corporate limits during this wet spell is vacant' but in charge of a keeper. The PORTER MASTER'S SALE. ]

1 of weather. They acted at once in the burglar and a companion escaped, going Pure. & POTTER Under and by virtue of a decree issuing :

matter, and,in return the owners of property toward Indian River. They were out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial ;
I This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
- j 'in these locations as well as others discovered getting in at a kitchen win- : strength, and wholesomeness. More economicalthan I Circuit of Florida,in and for Brevard
the ordinary kind, and cannot be sold in county, in a certain cause therein depend
have accorded them due credit for baying dow. Both men are young and heavy competition with the multitude of low test hart Real Estate ing, wherein James T. Small is complainant 1

the work attended to. built, and the smaller of the two was weight. Royal alum or Baking phosphate Powder powders.Co., 106 Sold Wall only Street incans Dealers, and Jessie D. Trafford and Alfred H.

smooth-shaven. They left a magic lantern New York. Trafford are defendants, I will, as 31aster 3
r -The dramatic entertainment, in aid in Chancery sell the
at public to
outcry
of the Episcopal Church, in which :Mr. with slides in a box with a strap at- Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. highest and best bidder, for cash, on Monday <1:

and Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, tached; for carrying. They had a valiseor the first day of April, the Mine being -
J. P. Turner box with them. They came from the Yacht for Sale. the first Monday in the month and a legal
, Mrs.. M. E. Gruber, Mrs. sale
t direction of New Smyrna, and will, prob- FOR SALE.A day, between the legal hours of sale,
; Miss M. Joyuer, Dr. W. S. Graham and in front of the Court House door in the town
6 :Messrs. H. F. Atkinson and Chas. H. ably, "turn up" in Titusville. A Yawl-Rigged, Northern-built Boat, tract of land on Indian River in the of Titusville, Florida, the following described .
r county of Brevard. consisting of real estate to-wit All of lot one
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off with Yours, : J
Walton took came : great 30x9ft. 4 Years Old Found "
part, Well
! WM. C. HOWES. ; acres; it being lot *0.3, and south half (l) of Block "L," and the west half of lot i

eclat at Wager's Hall, on Thursday last. Has Tender, Oil Stove, Awning, of the northeast quarter of section 35, one (1)of block eleven ((11)), said lot being
" The.affair was quite.a success, everybodywas t and lot No. 3, being the southwest:quarter situate in the town of Titusville, and are .

pleased, and Mrs. Robbins had the Pigeon Shoot Postponed. Mirror, Hair,;Mattresses, of northwest, quarter of section more clearly and particularly shown on the 4map
36 both in township 31 south of said town of Titusville made by
satisfaction to find that ,there was a sur- Owing to the inclemency of the weather Pillowy Etc.'CostaboutS600.wilIsell. range 39 one J. Francis record 1
east. This is a very desirable piece of LeBaron. and now on
plus of about $25.after paying ,,expenses. the Keystone Flying Target Shoot hammock, soil of rich quality, ,suitablefor m the Clerks' office of Brevard county,

{ It would be, superfluous for us to refer to advertised to take. place at J. G.Martin's, for'$300 the raising of all tropical fruits. Is Florida, together with all the appurtenances

T this"entertainment. further after the able Merritt, on, Saturday: February 23, is situated at the Narrows,nearEnos post- pertaining.thereunto Terms belonging cash.or in anywise ape "'

s manner' in which it is commented upon postponed until Saturday,March 2. Same .Apply to office particulars: Will address sell, cheap for cash. For Dated, thiS 23rd day of February: .A. D* ,

by "One Who Was Present whose 'let- time and place, and same conditions togovern. .. E.,M. 'LOW, 1889
Geo. Chester, City Point, Fla. WALTERS.
; ter will be found in another column. Grand.time expected. 42 Sept.,3.. Brockton. Mass: Master in'Chance Brevard GBAHAU.Co., Fla.

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