The Florida star
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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: March 7, 1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00141
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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jL4 t: :x. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, MAB. 7, 1889. NO. 4G <\.

r--- Melbourne. S Lake W ortb. Steamboat Competition.To may do something for'navigation on the .-: 1

A little Florida weather the past week. Cool, moist, breezy, but pleasant., the Editor of the Florida Star: Upper St. John's(it already whispered '
.6y.guf. that they will), when they do, then the f
Mrs John E. )f. ,Hodgson was in town The Emily B. left.for.Jacksonville. on SIR-I read the account of your inter- Poinsett route will be one of the peculiar
is full of tourists and
Oar town they Monday and called on a few friends. Feb. 19th. view with Capt. R. P. Paddison in last advantages which they claim. At present &

".are, of course. most welcome. Miss May Valentine goes this week to J. B. Brings is the leading. pompano week's issue with much interest and plea- I fear their round for such a claim ,
and Mrs D. L. Gaulden, of Titus. fisher in the State. is not valid, and I would say to them "
air where she If
will sure. section needed
pursue her art ever any com-, "bide a wee ;" and to the new steamboat
rifle spent a few days at Rockledge last studies. There has been quite a number of arrivals petition the Indian River country certainly -i company I would say 4tbe sure you are,

.eek. at Hotel Lake Worth. does and from the confident and I right then ahead."
.. The plantations of Mr. S. F. Gibbs and go

)Irs. J. A. Barrett reached Cocoa on Mr. C. J. Hector are looking exceedingly The steamer Lake Worth is again positive remarks made to your reporter I Wishing the new company every possible .
afloat and for business.Mr. success, which I am sure is the unanimous
getting ready
r ',Saturday. She came to join her husband, promising by the genial aud energetic captain, it sentiment of every Indian .

vbo had been here for some weeks. Guy Metcalf] of the Indian River looks as if we were about to have it. Riverite, I am, ,
County Surveyor Burchfiel will be
News, was here on business Feb. 24th to Who knows better than A '
services will be held on next I he, who has been
Afternoon doing some more surveying at Melbourne T1reSVILLLN."t.
Sunday afternoon at St. Michael's Episcopal Beach this week. 26th.A '. for the past two years at the bead of .. \"t

Church at Cocoa at 3 o'clock holiday for the east side scholarswas affairs in matters of transportation on CJeorgiano. 1
The Osprey returned from down river the only observance of Washington's
standard time). birthday around here. Indian River what the business of this Skipper Hall goes to Titusville. 4
( trip on Saturday and left
on Monday for section amounts to and whether steam- 'It
a Mr. Frank Guinness
Dr. S. B. Carpenter brought his an excursion to St. Lucie. Roswell K. Brown and wife left for a bays another boatat
boat line several of them.can be madeto
other down from Sanford to the Hotel visit to the hitter's mother in Pennsylvania or a bargain. ,
Captain Jno. E. M. Hodgson, with his payHis past experience should cer-
the 20th
Indian River to remain over Sunday on ult. Miss Throa Manson leaves this week i
party of Montreal friends, have returned tainly give sufficient data which to "
2 while he"attended his church duties. February 24th an addition to the upon for DeLand. t s
from Jupiter on the Belle. colored citizens occurred in the shapeof estimate in a reliable manner the possi-
and Mrs. Charles A. Duncan and The late tomato
Jtfr. planting is much
Last Sabbath Dr. DuBose delivered a boy born to Harry Brown. bility of achieving success with a com- more' .

8ghter, of Duluth, Minn., are located another of his elegant and practical sermons W. A. and A. Harding took a trip to peting line and there is little doubt that promising than the early planting.

it Hotel Indian River for the winter. and administered the sacramentat Jupiter on the 25th ult. taking over tomatoes capitalists will rely upon his statementsin The weather more moderate: ; less rain

}lr.Duncan.is one of the largest lumber the Church of the Holy Trinity. to ship by steamer from there. view of his former position and put than usual, though the winds are change-. : .

dealers in the West McCormick's sister, who has been Church service on the east side morn- money into the scheme. To those who may able.The

)Ir. H. G. Brookings E. Leggett P. visiting Lake Worth has ing and evening, February 24th, but not believe Captain P. to be so sanguinean Rev. J. H. White returns from
.r engaged rooms
dtltn and Dr. J. S. Warren of St. Louis, at the Goode House. Mr. Goode says the owing held on to the rain west no side.Sunday school was occasional walk to the end of the Ocala much gratified with what he..saw- .
'jailed on Saturday morning on the change in schedule in wharf any afternoon will afford sufficient and heard. "
f no injury to him.
ichoooer Tarpon for a cruise down the Tomatoes are so plentiful and trans- evidence ; to an observer with only 'alf Mr. Alfred
Hall is
Mr. Robert S. Dickens' family have portation so scarce that lots of them are exceedingly hopeful
rifer to Lake Worth. arrived here, and we hope will find in, rotting on the ground much to the regret an heye" the traffic is immense. No less as regards his vegetable farming the pres-

A large congregation enjoyed a most ducements to stay here. Mr. Dickens of the gardeners.Geo. than the 1,200 river boxes of the oranges were broughtup ent spring, and no doubt,. unless hiS:

able sermon. by Archdeacon Carpenter at went week.down to Jupiter on the Cleo last M. Robbins Esq., of Titusville, day last week by and steamer six to eight Rockledgeone hun- courage fails him, he will not be disc p.-
St. Michael's Episcopal Church on last counsel for contestant in the Goodrich- dred boxes are only an average load. pointed.

Sunday morning, and afternoon services several Bullock congressional contest case, was This class of freight pays, on an average, Now is the time to
here taking testimony on the 25th ult. secure bargains m
ten cents per box to Titusville. It is,
were held by him also. time, and ab/f to plant a double row of The sea shore was covered with angel therefore, not a difficult problem to the way of purchasing, healthy', pleasantand .

!Ir. W. K. Roberts, of this place, will cabbage palms the whole length of Ocean and other deep sea fish, about February figure up the income on the orange cropof desirable river fronts in Georgiana. n

,be married on Wednesday evening,:March Avenue 20th but as there was no blow the cause Indian River ; and imagine how far it The terms are made easy for cash. Ac

6,.to Mrs. Whipple, of New Smyrna and Work il1 progressing on the,east shore. of their being cast ashore is unknown.H. steamboat will go toward paying the expense of a tual settlers are preferred.A f

fill take up his residence there after Mr. J. F. Phillips has been clearing and E. Vandeman, ppmologist of agriculture the thousands company of ,crates saying of nothing vegetables of gentleman from Leesburg, Fla., is '

We wish for him long life and thinning out the undergrowth, so as to arrived on Feb. 27th, and is a miscellaneous
t oirriage. leave fewer hiding places for mosquitoes.Mr. coming or on our river repairing sewing machines,, =
Rev. E. Lake Worth's
guest Gale southward
well the
'happi- P8S. Phillips expects to plant a large area leading pomologist and horticulturist. freight most remunerative pouring freight, as of all as the and he as the skill'of doing most excel .

Mr. M. C. Kesei and two sons, of At- of pineapples.The Latest reports from Miami are that "tourist"-or more correctly speakingthe lent work in that line. Those who have

:I'Unta, Ga., are at the Hotel Indian River Rockledge brought down anotherlot only about 80 votes were cast for having passenger traffic Granted, then, anything to do in fitting up their' machines '

:Jor the season. Mr. Kesei is a typical of steel rails Saturday night and took the courthouse there, so there is no that there is some business on Indian should not fail to secure hia services
them over to the railroad pier Sunday doubt but it will be moved Junoat River and that competition being the
\self-made man" and glories in the fact, soon to while on the river.
afternoon. We were much pleased to the head of the lake.A life of trade we are about to be enlivened s

find tells most interesting stories of his meet Captain and Mrs. Mercier and Pur- with it, the question naturally arisesin Mr. George Nelson, late of California, 4

;early fortunes. He is now one of the lar ser Altree. We hear that the Rockledge start was made last Saturday, Feb. what shape shall we have it? Under I but formerly of Minnesota, arrived,hereon

dealers in in the South. was well represented at services on Sun- 23rd, towards forming a farmers' associa- what circumstances will the new line be
gest dry goods tion here for mutual benefit and improvement most likely to succeed ? Your corres- the 4th inst. He b a brother of Mr.' '

Miss Jennie Wallace, Mrs. G.: Burk- day.A and a permanent organization pondent being ever a friend of the "un- Edwin Nelson, of this place. Let none

bolder, Mrs. John Frash, of Huntington, vegetable short trip gardens through and the pine-apple orange groves plan-, will, probably, be made soon. der dog in a fight" (and the new line stay away for the want of suitable,places a

";find; Mrs. Watt Watkins, of Prospect, tations at Malabar shows a most favora- Dr. H. H. Gary, Georgia State Fish must be the "under dog" for a time at to stop at. Munson's, near the po3toflEcets

,0.; Dr. Me. S. Cheeney,.of Columbus, ble outlook for the season. Orange trees Commissioner, arrived Feb. 26th and least the future), and of being Titusville so highly interested be in Dr. Fisher, Peter and Dr. Wittfeld take -,
left for home Feb. 28th. may
holding their fruit well and but few again Althoughthe
0., and !Ir. Jim Thompson and Mr. J. are doctor is suggesting what he considers a more visitors and accommodate boarders..
though the trees of quite a large property
are dropping, are full
lapham, Merritt, paid a visit to Cocoa buds and blossoms. The indications are owner on the lake, he can spare but little feasible route, and offering a better field .

''en Saturday in the pretty little steam that the coming crop will be the heaviest time to look at it-just a trip down oncea for successful competition than that -House of four rooms to rent.. En-. :
named last week via Poinsett.' It is well ,
; launch of Messrs. Lapham and Wallace. ever grown there. Pines are uninjured year to see that none of it has got quire of E. H. Titus. i '
is enough for him. Rev. E. known that years ago steamers ran from .
and already are in bloom away Heyser -
I Mr. S. Munn, wife, daughter and son, though nearly two months many ahead of the his partner looks after it the rest of Jacksonville to Salt Lake, and the old
Montreal Canada have' returned the time. tram-road flourished like a green bay tree NOTICE, -;
of just usual time. Irish potatoes, beans, beets, -
long before our railway connection ex- S
from a plea.'Ulnttrip down the river, and onions, eggplants, etc., are looking well. SAM. isted.It To all whom it may concern:

tad gunning. Mr. Munn expresses him- egg-fruit. Malabar will ship a good Artificial Bird Shoot.A reach that portion of the St. Johns issuing ont of the County Court ot Brerard .
thousand this But
many pines summer. River west of Titusville at a time of County, Florida, by the Honorable Minor
fin glowing terms of the Indian River few have been sent forward so Keystone Flying Target Shoot came year
.: oranges off at Indianola, Merritt's Island, on Sat- when navigation to Lake Poinsett is an S. Jones, County Judge, exercising: Probate
at far.
country, and will spend some urday, March 2, but owing to the small impossibility. The old road-bed used by jurisdiction, I will, as the administrator of

Bockledge before returning to 1 the cold Wednesday night last saw another number of shooters present the pro- the tram-road years ago still exists and the estate of the late William F eo Russell,deceased -

climate Canada. pleasant company assembled at the resi- as intended not is available; in fact the heaviest workof offer for sale at public outcry, be-
was fully
gramme, carried -
; dence of Mrs. E. M. Campbell. Thoughthe out. Several building a railroad to Salt Lake is fore the Court House door in the town of-
Avery enjoyable 'farewell dance" was gentlemen came over Titusville, in said county, on the 4th dayof J
night was rather unpleasant the from Cocoa and assisted in already done and a road can be built
Miss.Julia Robertson Saturday March,A. D. 18S9,the same being a legal
given to guests enjoyed every moment. We noticed of The first from Titusville to the St. Johns aboutas
a couple events. was
sale between the hours of
night by her friends at Hill's Hall at present Captain and Mrs. Walton, for a fine fishing-rod and was won by cheap as from Rockledge to Poinsett. all the day following, real legal of the estate sale

Cocoa. Miss Roberts intends going to Messrs. W. H. Adams, W. H. H. Gleason our farmer friend, Mr.F. L.Usher, whose Then, again, Titusville, LaGrange and of the said William F.property Russell, deceased, r

Washington D. C., in about a week to George G. Gleason J. L. Harrison and style at the trap was greatly admired by the Banana creek, rapidlydevelopingsections to-wit: All the one undivided onehalfPartor
Dr. Brainerd of Eau Gallic Mr. H. J. want to share in the benefits of
; the ladies present. The second was for a share of,in and to the following described
remain there with her friends, Mr. andbars Tiffin and Mrs. William Wilson, of purse divided, 60 per cent. to first and competition, which they can hardly hopeto pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and

Sam Childs, for several months. Courtney ; Mrs. Schaefer, of Cocoa ; Dr. 40 per cent to second, W. H. Pierce run- do if the connection with the DeBaryline being in the county of Brevard and Stateof

&e will be greatly missed during her ab- DuBose;W. H DuBose, Misses May and ning first and Jacob Field of Indianola, of steamers is made via Rockledge.If Florida, to-wit: Lot one (1)), of section
t Susie DuBose Mr. J. B. Beach Mrs. R. via Lake Poinsett the new line can 35 south of
I friends and second. The majority of the shooters 15, Township Range 40 east,
: icnce by her patrons. W. Goode and Misses Gracie Ely Gracie present had never seen these artificial only expect to receive patronage from containing 50 acres; also 20 acres known as '

)Ir. A. ,Wheeler, of New Haven, who Goode and Miss M. E. Beach, of Rome, birds fly before, especially the gentlemenfrom points south of Cocoa, while it the con- the southern portion of the Park Place,

fought of those,pretty building lots N. Y. Dr. and Mrs. Stewart were also Cocoa, and as the background consisted necting link with the St. Johns is.made Township 36. Range 41,.section 7, frontingon
one out for the first time since Mrs. Stew- of pine saplings, made it difficultto via Titusville and Salt Lake they secure Indian River, the southeast corner com
jug south of the new Rockledce Hotel, art's illness. see the target plainly the scores were the entire river as well as the sup mencing on said river thence running

is erecting a handsome cottage. He is I>oor. These artificial birds imitate the port of Titusville, LaGrange and )Mims westwaralv to the west back line; thence

t Jtfing artesian well sunk by Mr. Albert Thursday a number of ladies and gen- flight of the quail almost perfectly, and and the product of the many thriving northwardly) ; thence eaetwardlr to the riv-*
tlemen taken for sail by CaptainC.
were a
fountain and vegetable farms which are er; thence southwardly to the ginning, so
Mao'ruder and will have a affords fine sport and excellent wood groves
J. Hector in his Flirt. Among ,
yacht springing into existence in the Turnbull as to contain twenty acress.Terms ,
playing the midst of his trees to those who fond of
m orange other visited Melbourne Beach. practice are wing
points was cash. Purchaser for title.
'ere long the well is about 110 feet and is innocent amusement. hammock, and will aggregate thousandsof paj
as We hear that some of the party made it practice, an J. T. DAVIS,
.deep now, and they expect to get a good lively for the Melbourne bachelors. We The following is the score in full: No boxes one and who crates takes a an year impartial or two view hence.of Administrator of tAe estate .f William. F.
now of of 200 feet.
,water at a depth that some one was hit as one frisky Shoot No. Russell, deceased. 424w.
judge at Keystone flying target, the question can fail to be convinced .
Mr. J. T. Small, of Lewiston, Me., with bachelor with a fly pasture on the,top of Indianola, Fla.', March 2nd, 1889. that the route via Salt Lake is by far the This sale postponed by order of the .

*party'jof ten, reached Cocoa on 'V ed- his cranium, at a meeting of the "Old Referee, Mr. C. Schoonmaker; scorer, most promising, and not only offers the County Judge to- the first day of April -

nay of Jast week and took up theirquarters Bachelors' Club" on Thursday night, advocated Mr. J. Wynkoop.For greatest chance of success to the new line A. D.1889. S

a the Peck House. The party a blockade against the beautiful fine fishing rod, value $8. of steamers but will be of the greatest Dated this March 1st, 1SS9. ;
Insisted of' Mr. Levi Nickereon Gloucester maidens and widows from the north end This WALTER S. GRAHAM. '
', advantage to this section at large.
Name |Ydsll2134j5,6718l9i10KjM{ | ; : ; { ; : ; Commissioner.IfOTICE. ;
stretched |
Mass, the well-known manufacturer of the riverand wanted a chain ; | route will allow residents of all parts of
of water-proof and oil clothing; across the river at Eau Gallie to keep J. H. Mann 18 110 01'U' 10'1' 0 5 5 the county: to avail themselves of compe-

Mrs. M. Butler and Mrs. J. F. Wapg, of them off. Said party evidently believesin A. Koch 1000001 113 7 tition, and have the pleasure-for plea- -

.Aobor, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. G. E. King, the advice of Mr. Samuel Weller to F. L. Usher 11111111101110.0 I 1J 7 3 sure it will be-of patronizing the new
( Atlanta of "Beware of the vidders and we don't Ed. Hill 001 1 10000. 0 2 8 Under and by virtue an order Issued
J Ga.; Mr. J. F. Melton, line. We, therefore, say, make your connection : -
Meridian, Miss., ; Mr. and Mrs. Bisch, son believe that he could be induced, likeSmollett's D. :Martin 01 1}I 0 1 0 10'h' O 15 5) via Lake Poinsett if, after con- by the Honorable Minor S. Jones, County .

,....and niece, of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Mr. and Uncle Toby to look one in the E. Wvnkoop 010,0101010,10,0:I 1 2 8 sideration you deem it most feasible Judge of Brevard Bounty la., made
on the 1st day of March, 18S9, upon the
Uncle did. D. Hills 01 oooo; 1 9
Xn. Yates, of Brooklyn, N. Y. eye-at least, as Toby Oj101110.0,01111 I + I 0"" -But, in that event you could hardly expect petition of D. P. Smith, as administrator
Field 5 5
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the of ; those who reside in the northern Frank Smith deceased, for orderto
; 0 n last Thu day afternoon the fine The Goode House was scene another of an
$looP Osceola, with the following party of those enjoyable reunions for F. L. Usher, 1st. and most populous portion of Brevardto sell the lands of the said deceased for .

for few which it is' noted Saturday evening a ship our products southward twenty the payment of his debts and dlstribu
"Aboard sailed down the river a
of neighbors and friends assembled Shoot No. 2, at above targets. miles, and have them stranded, somewhere Lion I will on Monday the first day .
Mrs. number
cruise ,E. Butler
Mrs. M.
t1'F : themselves, and, as near as Entrance fee, $1.50 ; CO per cent. to many miles from nowhere on the of April, A. D. 1889, in front of the.
IV Mr. and to enjoy
/ egg, of Aubor, ; and 40 cent. to 2nd. .
1st House door In said between
did thoroughly. The per Upper St. Johns; or that we should con-, Court county a 7
*a.G, R Atlanta Ga. Di J. we could'see, so
King ;
A.Melton, of !Meridian Miss.; Mr. Levi costumes are rather, out of our is line the, but Name j dsI\2j3:4:56i7189ilOiKII; | ;, ; : ; ( ;, ; sider from Jacksonville it to our advantage to meet to a like order fate.: goods 110 auction the usual to the hours highest of sale bidder. sell,the at pubf following

erson of Gloucester Mass. Mr. and they were "perfectly elegant correct W. H. Pierce 0'0111 3 2
,}tIt ; noticed ; The citizens of Rockledce, Cocoa and described lands, belonging to the
{5 t. Ml Nelson of Chambersburg, term, we believe. What we Ed Hill 0 O 0 al 1 4 estate of said Frank Smith, deceased, situated
r..rt. fail the of
Captain B. A. Circle and Mr. Jake more'particularly) both at Mrs, ,Goode'sand F. L.Usher 011110,0 1 0 .. 3 vicinity may and see logic be my in said Brevard County, to-wit :'

**ing had charge of the yacht, and, of Airs. Campbell's were the flowers- J. H. rann 10,0.0.01; If 4 arguments in favor. may of the, perhaps Peinsett, prejudiced route- Lot 1 and N. E. J of N. W.J l, sec. 3.

:!! everything was in elegant order, sweet violets, pansies, geraniums, orange A. Koch l' 0 2t: 3 Township 30, South Range 33 cast, and ',
benefit their
ne.h of the section
J e party set off with a bountiful blossoms, white spires tea roses and J. Field ItO:1:0:011: : : 2t 3 thinking only lot4, Sec. Township 29, South Range ,-. <
would receive from that connection. To .
:* !Ply of provisions and a large stock of white passion flowers-and all grown m D. Martin ; t0,0( 11 4 33 east, containing 150 acres; Lot 4,,Sec. "i .
such I would their beautiful
'" the air with absolutely no protect i say towns 10. Township 35, South Range 40 east, 4_
nature and open ,
'fi fun them
to help enjoy .
last of February W. H. ,Pierce 1st F. Usher, tie for : have their own peculiar'advantages, 4 .
.t n the In- on. How is that for the ; ;containing 64.50 acres. Terms cash Pur. ,, ;
t. joe P They went as far as 2nd A. and J,Field tie for 2nd. : which will fail to ,hasten and '
; River Inlet and firstof' March. And, speakingof ; Koch. not promote 'chaser to pay for titles ....
and quantitiesand
f. caught we counted *tbirtv-/our vane- their development, and that the This March UtlS, .9. t
flowers '
t s. iM all,11, sunburned came back on Monday enthusi-beau- 'ties in'bloom in,I less'than an hours walk, A grand shoot .at artificial birds ,will I liberal policy in the matter of expenditure -D.P.r: SMITH,. ."' '
but lull of take at Cocoa Friday March of that which just now has Administrator of the ,estate' of Frank
and deli andIDg.e..Ipenencet. ten'of. which were cultivated, the, rest place on. j party "
hted over their fishing I ; r
.. wUd.", 1st, at one o'clock,p. m., sharp. got the run of things at Washington Smith. .

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6 people of Titusville and surrounding 7

country. l\IedicineandSurgerypractiscd
in all of its branches.All Dealers in

4 calls left for me-atGrand View

Hotel will be attended to promptly. 36



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;.'.'''.;,t{ ; TITUSYIIXE. FLORIDA.

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:" Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

JOB: ,New House and: Xewly Furnished.
Rooms single or in Suites. *


Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
d ? -SUCH AS- II, C. Starch, Proprietor. IISTDIA. RIVER NURSERIES.
Best View of Lake and Ocean,

:J ,. Manufacturer of fine Havana and Do- I Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.

.1, LETTER-HEADS. And test Hunting and Fishing ground mestic Cigars. Trade supplied with fine CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. I
Lake Worth.
on JOHN B. BEACH Indian River Nurseries East Melbourne
(" "'( .. Factory at Malabar, Fla. 2STitusville ,
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\. Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks

...: .'"-,;:; : and Tropical Growth, both A. FEOSCHER, i! C1ycle S"t4e .i".ei..Y'I.i ship Cc>.
"' '"r:., N;:. BILL-HEADS, Wild and Cultivated.Try Florida,,

4E ..E..:.".# -..r us once and you will come again Keeps fullsupply[ of metallic and wooden I New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.

f ,;: STATEMENTS, ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. ''I The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows *
.. Coffins Cases and Caskets.
', ... (Standard Time.)

attended if desired. All I
_, CIRCULARS<< Funerals orders -ii
executed and at reasona-
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t Foreign and Domestic. ble rates. Embalming done. I i For Jacksonville. From Jacksonville to New York.

FOLDERS II I CHEROKEE(via. Charleston), Fri., Mar. 1, 3 p. m. SEMINOLE, Sunday, 1'arth 3, at L l0.
: : IRoQUOIS (via.Charleston), Fri,, Mar. 8, 3 p. m. CHEROKEE, Thursday. March T. at 9IROQCOI a ILI
elser Bro NAUMAN'S SCM1XOLE(direct), - Tnt's.,Mar. 12,3 p. m. -:*. Thursday March 14, at 2 p. 1:1I :.
Comp'y I CHEROKEE (via. Charleston),Fri.,Mar. 15,3 p.m SEMINOLE. Sunday. March 1a& S a. m.
:,t.JNYITATIONS, I IROQUOIS (direct), - Tues., Mar. 19,3 p. m. CHEROKEE, Thursday, March ::1. at ? a a.
<: : mSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY SEMINOLE (via.Charleston),Fri.,3Iar. 22 3 p. m. IROQUOIS, Sunday, larch ::I. at 18 a. B.SEMINOLE. .
>..... t .' .. CHEROKEE(direct), - Tues.,Mar. -B,3 p. m. Thursday, March 2J*. at i PL m
r/... '. 4 Agents for Bishop, Iloyt & Co's Ham- THE PIONEER AGENCY. i i IROQUOIS (via. Charleston), Fri, Mar.29,3 p. m. CHEROKEE, Sunday March 31. at Sa. m.
IROQUOIS, Thursday April 4, at T a A.
:. PROGRAMMES.. mock Land Florida Oranges, !
:.. /'.0. ,1yr ; Citra, Florida. For terms and sample copies address j I For Fernandina. From Fernandina to New York.
'.. ...
'. .'tSTRE..t.1UERS.l' CHAS.H. NATDIAX, i YEMASSEE(vis. Charleston).Tnes., Mar 5, 3 p. In. DELAWARE, Sunday March 3.. at f p.n.YEMASSEE. .
r: .. DELAWARE(via Charleston)Tnes., liar.12,3 p.m. Sunday. March 10, at T p. JI.i : .
: .t;;; .. : YEMASSEE(via Charleston) Tnes., Mar. 19,3 p. m. DELAWARE, Sunday, March 17. at 4 p. a
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.', ,. Haulover p, 0., Bret and county: Fla. DELAWARE(via Charleston)Tues., Mar.26, 3 p. m. YEMASSEE, Sunday :March 24, at t p. a"
: : : : DODGERS COMMISSION MERCHANDISE DELAWARE, Sunday. Much 31. at 4 p. ai .
; ; ,
: '. "Z?:', firri ,{ :;, I I

'f... "" } .o. .' jr 8S5 Sold for Solid:S i OO.Gold uotil watcb'FREH For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to
.z:! : Beit$& watcb In the I Ireflect
), .BUSINESS. CARDS, ,4' timekeeper. J. A. LESLIE Agent,'Jacksonville; T. G. EGIB Traffic Ilanager 35 Droad1liaYp ew York;
A 1 noted. Heavy Solid Gold J. A. STEAD Agent Fernandina.
'..+... '...'. Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. i J f Hunting and gent*Cue.'sizes.,Botb with ladies'workt JOHN L.HOWARD T. F.A., Jacksonville. F. :M. IRONMONGER, T- P.A., JaelsonviUt.W3I. .

\: and WEDDING CARDS One 1'enon in each local -
.r ',, -:-- 54 tiy can secure one free,
i and 29 Water St. ?'.. ;r t' together with our large and valuable .
28 N. Delaware Ave.,
line of Household
rA -
.- ,
# ""- 1 Samples.These samples as
(. ,' VISITING'CARDS well as the watch we send
t '\ i;':':.o .' -;. Philadelphia, Pa. them in TOUT l;.,me for :& months Free and,and shown after you them hare to those kept
who may hen tilled they become your own property. Those STARTLING. !
who write at once can be sure of receiving the Watch
.. .' t all ,trel bt.etc. Address
;d > .t -TO THEFLORIDA- nJ Sample Vepay express
\' Seventh Nat'l.} Bank Produce '
W .9 References- ; Ktin.out& Co., flex $13.J. rUaQd.Maine.
Mercantile .. -- ----- -- -
.V Xat'LBank; Agenciesor ---- -
any Produce House Philadelphia. -5-- SO3 Sevrlnr-Machlnel
K.To at once establish
(trade in all pans, by I ," &
', onr machineJ
; placing ------
.. xW STAR !'$ ?.and roods where the people can see : !>
ti ;sSd' them,we will send free to one .
person in each locality.the very
; '';.- -S the best world sewing-machine,with all the attachments.made in
& S I We will also send free a complete
;'.' Organs line of our costly and valuable art The Greatest, Grandest and :Most Wonderful
k JOB PRINTING OFFICE 't, i imples. In return we ask that yon
? 1 show what we send to those who
t 1 may call at your home,and after 3
."' .. ; months all shall become your own
e .., operty.de after This the grand patent

iiii:: : If you want purchase a '.'w -._ which.run out have it sold run out forSUIl:berarepatents,with the
> 'J "" s'tschments. and now sells for
: ..
( ;, ; Piano or Organ, write to the un- fat&machine 5O.Best in,strongest the world.,most All use-i. SALE OF CLOTHINGKnown

e. So capital required. Plain,
;j .f o. I him call. brief instruction*given. 1 hose who write to KB at once can so.
dersigned or give a cure free the best sewing-machine in the world,and the
; finest line of works of bitth art ever shown together in America .
t ..' :w'. : s' Can sell you any of the in- 1'liUJD as CO.,.Box 74O,Augusta-,Maine- -
S S. 'S ; ; .

"'. struments of the best and leading A. L. Hutch & Son, to civilized manis now in progress. I must dispose of my

i ./.\, .
1 : < makers at prices that defy DFALEKSIX entire stockREGARDLESS
/<' : ., : 1
? ;
( .
; ,
.. ,.. competition. S
: ,r1 L-4.s :: ..

'. .'.. .. OF COST
.,,r, ";' '. ... Pianos and Organs sold on the Install- Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, ,

lent plan when teireil Diseonnt Stationery, Family Medicines -
Garden SudsGROCERIES, And invite all to secure an

Pamphlet to Churches on Organs. CHOICE ,

All correspondence will receive prompt

attention.E. Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

"" B. WAGER,
Titusville Florida. CITY POINT. FLORIDA. Overcoat or Suit

'j ; .
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.' .f '" :""" Jl. STElt'S SALE. PH"lADE"LPHIAf! .
Prl1ntl1ng :J.
: : .
1 .
Under and by virtue of a final decree of WARRANTED 5 .a.r. ...;:,_.t'... .."' -,. 10

:it -... : !{' '' foreclosure ass ling out of the Circuit Courtof LOW I I For one-half its original cost. These are real and
: the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida,
i;;,. :'. in and for Brevard county, in certain ARM, M jj Vjf! Jili J3u., no pretended bargains, as I am
'J. '" S i3 e4*>* S' :, cause therein depending, wherein Lewis $20 determined to

'J i.," ., Bain and Frank Slosson are complainantsand a

..... Daniel W. McQuaig and John Early

If'': SEND'YOUR ORDERS and Company are defendants, I will, as
'., : Master in Chancery, sell at public
,.: ",.. : outcry, to the highest bidder, for cash, on tt t-
: Monday,the first day of April,the same being 1 ,

: PAMPHLETS; PRINTINGOF the first Monday in the month,betweenthe I J
/ : legal hours of sale, in front of the Court'',' tjq

.. ... House door in the town of Titusville, lire tjW Of this Great Sale. DO YOU REALIZE THE FACT that You Can

:. vard Florida, the following described -
'. Get Bargains of me that will save cents dimes
real estate, to-wit: All that certain j you: ,
; :;', of land and being in W
parcel lying
.o <"' piece and dollars on every purchase ?
'A. : :.> ) } the county of Brevard,and State of Florida,
:'ALL DESCRIPTIONS being a two acre strip or one hundred and O =:-:-- ; l hi .

? -: .'t\ forty yards fronting on Indian River andrunningAvest
'.. titrj
: "' across the south end of lot C3Q
( ':.* i -TO THEFLORIDA- number three ((3) of section twenty-six ((9.6)in < :: WONDER, ,

township twenty-five((25)),south of range ,

thirty-six east, and containing twelve acres,
\ "" more or less,together with all and singular FIFTEEN ,DAYS' TRIALIN As this Sale. can't be kept up longer than tho Goods last., and they are

> STAR the tenements,.hereditamenta and appurte- YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT.HighAnn r
S .., nances thereunto belonging or,in anywise.. Machine has self-setting; needle, going the way of Real, Al Bargains. at
.r5 .- lelf-threadlng shuttle is noiseless and .
K, jt appertaining. Terms cash. lebt-ruftnlnsri ha the finest set ofattaeh .
", Dated this 23rd day of February 'A.P. menu, in a TelTet-lined ease. Don't pay
-" JOB PRINTING OFFICE. 1839. SEWARD }.GRAY, agents I5s or #60,but send for'circular. Remember
re guarantee our machine equal to anjr bJghpriceonachine ;
r 'i"p Special Master Chancery. J. B1RNBAIIM'S.Titusville.
.. on tbe market. Address
OrEQEoii M. BOBBINS, Solicitor for com The C. A. WOOD CO., ,.

S : 'Titusville"Fla.. plainants. 17 XT.lOtU St..Philadelphia P...

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:THE, FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, li AR. 7, 1889. } _Q. t

-- Do; not, h we\"er. draw hasty conclusions from telling you what I think of America; 3i

Jonallianand His Collikoilt from'thi9., I do not know Mr. Pulitzer per- for you .Rill admit, I hope, that one must ST. LUCIE HOUSE,. III

lonally> but I have the pleasure of knowing have passed a whole'day at least in America I would remind my Friends and Cu..- 1

CoL Cockerill, chief editor of Tho World In order to judge it with any accuracy." Indian River, Florida df a

I$ By bias O'Eell Author of"John Bull and and,Mr. Dana,of Tho Sun. In private life Here 1 rolled a cigarette and rang for a tamers that this is the month.for taking :]

< they are perfect gentlemen and men of great lemon squash.The Having been ReFurnishedisXOVopEY"FQ ; S I
r Ea Island, "John Bull Jr., talent (Mr. Dana is : an Inventory, and in seeking to
one of the greatest schol- reporters immediately made an entryin GUESTS: and e r t 1i e )Ian .

Etc.," and Jack AllTranslated ars in America). In public life they are in their note books.
agement of its old proprietor and Wrier:
the swim,'they go with the tide. As a study "What is that you have put down I,

( by Ulna Pool Blouet. Copyrighted of English the polemic of The World and asked.A JAJ: ES-P..AIN"EProrietor. REDUCE THE STOCK

toy Casseil &: Co. New, York and ,published by The Sun was most interesting. young fellow, with a face beaming with

special arrangement through the American PressAssociation The American divided and "I .
press was into two activity intelligence replied: wrote
Paul Blouet
-f (Max O Ieil) Is a remArkably -
clever Frenchman who has devoted ramps, the partisans of Pulitzer and the partisans that at this point cf our conversation yon St. Lucie, Florida.

Jib talents mostly to satirizing the Anglo-Saxon: of Dana. Whenever the combatantswere rolled a cigarette and rang: for a lemon :9 for this purpose, and to make way formy

race The book from which, the following extracts driven up for want of fresh epithets of squash." > .
made Is his latest S.
are production and S
ma the requisite strength, their supporters The questions they asked really appeared to
Si. tertal for It was gathered during his recent visit sugssted EACOTT & CO.
America JAn some to them. Here are somo coagratulations me so commonplace, so trivial that I was ,

addressed to Mr. Dana which I I almost ashamed to think I was the hero of TiTESpring- v-
American ,newspaper is a conglomeration read in The St. Louis Globe: I this little farce. .

; of news, political literary, artistic, t "It was from beginning to end Tho Sun: I With the idea of giving them something TIMSHEET-IRONWORKERS

i scientific and fashionable,of reports of trials, stiletto against The World's meat ax, and a, better worth writing:: 1 launched into anecdotes .

S of amusing anecdotes, gossip of all kinds;interviews j is always tho case, the meat ax cans out second I and told a few to these interviewers.This .

,''jokes, scandal, the whole written inn best. The literature of invective con- I brought about a little scene which was: Stock

stylo which sometimes Shocks the man of j tains nothing finer than some of TLio Sun's i quite comic. If I looked at one reporter a GUTTERING, ROOFING,

taste but.which often interests and always attacks on The World, and the literature oft I little oftener than the rest, while I told alI : _\.Manufacturing:: of Tin Ware.

i amuses 't the gutter contains nothing moro feeblo than I I anecdote he would turn to his brethren and

1" literary celebrity of Boston said to me'| The World's defense. The Sun dealt out I say: GALVANIZED WORK'

** prussic acid by the drop and Tho World **Thi? story is for cay paper, you have no
f.., one day: I am ashamed of our American ,! replied And Repairing of all kinds
,;, pr ss. We have only two papers in the country f with rough on ruts by the pound. The right to take it down, it was told especially I AM MAKING SOME

that 1 do not blush for, and those are The flatulent anger cf Pulitzer was completely to me."

q Boston Post and The Evening: Post, of New |I. overwhelmed by the concentrated venom of I "Net at all," would cry the others "it was Location : 3IAIX ST. nearriier.FOR :.:! )
j Dana." I i told to all of us."
i I I must say that If you want to hear I! If I were asked to name the most amusing (1 i. Next day I procured all the New York .
America and everything' American severelylcriticised.you }t. papers published in the United States, I j I morning papers, more from curiosity. I must SALE,

nave only to to Boston. I i should not hesitate to award the palm to The !I say in justice to myself, than from vanity,

There you will hear Boston go and England I Detroit Free Press and The Omaha World; t for 1 was net at all proud cf my utterances 50 ACRES OF LAND 3 EDEN. AND SACRIFICING .SOME GOODS

praised and America picked to pieces. I In'thes>o two, American humor reveals itselfin j of tho day before. ti I

Are you an American I once asked of a I all its spontaneous gayety, and their drolleries Judge of my surprise on opening tho first QUARTER OF A MILE BEAUTIFUL .

are reproduced from New York to San I paper to find nearly two columns full of .
4t: gentleman 1 met in f!.v York. RIVER FRONT. .. -,
Francisco from Montreal to New Orleans.CHAPTER amusing: details, picturesque descriptions, : ;,.
ho said after
Well,1 some hesitation, Tm
from,Boston.* I well told anecdotes, witty remarks, tho whole New Honss contain!! Fire 1 Rooms

I cleverly mingled and arranged by men who, SEE SITBargainCounter 1
M You must visit the offices of the great New XX. Best of Orange and Pine-Apple Land. .
I had
always supposed, were mere stenographers :-
Yorkpapers in tho evening if you,would get "Journalism has killed literature, and reporting I.

an idea of the colossal enterprises. There you is killing journ:0rL It Ls tho last i Everything was faithfully reported and Enquire of '

: see about fifty reporters with their news all t gasp of the dying literature of an epoch! it is i artistically set down. The smallest incidentswere Goods.
JOSEPH St. Lucie Fla.
ready for print in their hands. Each ono in HURST ,
the man of letters replaced by the concierge." I rendered interesting by the manner of 42 .
turn passes before the heads ,of the various
So exclaims M. Albert Millaud: in one cf his ; :
"' departments,political,literary,dramatic,etc. accustomed
witty articles in The Figaro. I .,- '. R
"What have f asks an editor to the '
: : In America reporting has simply ovelT".m.swallowed years, had peacefully dropped asleep comfortably -
first reporter who presents hinwlf. I + WILL BUY THE FAVORITE :. ...,;-... '
up journalism. is a demolition I installed, with his head on the sofa ; "

': ,t' *4An interview with Sarah Bernliardt" of tho wall of private life, tho substitution: of pillows and his feet on the back of a chair; I '.' S "7" 3ST Gr E :B.
.Half column. And what .
f Very good. a gossip for chronicle, of chatter for.criticism.For my own gestures, the description of the STYLE SaOES.i: :
your he turning to the second. I .
ti atvo says and furnished office all
the interviewer nothing is sacred. pretty elegantly was ....: i
j. "A .report of John Smith the banker's SEWING :MACHINE.
'iJ- Audacity is his stock in trade. the most pri- : very crisp and vivid. They had turned I

tsar' vate details of your daily life are at his I everything to account; even the arrival ofthd With drop leaf fancy cover, two large drawers fine Shoes.Closing Out FOR
with nickel and a fall set of Attachments' "
"BJght. One column. And your rings
mercy,and unless you blow his brains out- II lemon squash was made to furnish a little equal to any Singer' Machine sold for $40 and upwards COST on Goods over$3.50. Too
"I have an account of the president's forthcoming -
that droll and attractive. 'I by Canvassers
which is lot lawful in New York state-you paragraph was
journey to the south." I A week's trial m your home, before payment is much fine Stock in this
You have that tho whole
hare no means of getting rid of him. might imagined asked.

"What havo you for us this evenIng* says There is no question too indiscreet forthesa thing was the first chapter of a novel, commencing Buy direct from the Manufacturers: and pave Jine.. ,< '. .
the editor to his correspondent in Berlin. would have with the majestic entry o' steamer agents' profits besides getting certificates of war- .
enterprising inquisitors they '
; : "
rantee for 3 years. Send for testimonials to '
"Bismarck threatens to send in his resigna-
into New York harbor.
interviewed St. Anthony in his hut. i
Machine Co. .
Co-operative Sewing
tion.11"One Well 1 said to the American ,
Do not shout victory either because you myself, journalist -
col."tUL" f 317 Quince ., Philadelphia. .. .
!have succeeded in getting rid of the interviewer knows at any rate, how to make a '
"Boulangcr has just received an ovation at without replying to his,questions. It I savory hash out of very little.CHAPTER We Pay the Freight. 3 42 ...
Lilly A riot is feared in Paris" wires the .
is in such cases that the American journalist LADIES FELT
Paris correspondent. reveals Lunself in all his glory. To your XXT. HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN SKIRTS '
"Capital I Send two columns." America has not produced a transcendent sAT
stupefaction the newspapers next day will ,
"A"scandal) in Rome. The Marchioness of havo an account of the conversation which literary genius but she has the right to RIVER BAKERYWe ACTUAL COST. \

N. has run away with her husband's secre be of national literature which in- .
might have had with their reporters. proud a '
you will Keep on Hand Every Day .
tary. If my advice be worth giving, the best cludes poets historians, novelists essayistsand LARGE
'Qood.There are they gone P critics of a superior order. HOSIERY
thing you can do, when the interviewer pre- .
"No ono knows." sents himself and says, "I am a reporter: sir, In the domain of romance, wo find writers FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES AT ABOUT COQT.GENT'S ;14

''No matter. Send a good stirring column and I have come to ask you for a few moments1 whose reputation is as firmly established hi i .

all the same." chat," is to say to him: Europe as in America. Who has not read in I ETC. ALSO i '
sir his youth the novels of Fenimore Cooper AND'BOYS' CAPS
"WhatVhis-namo, the financier, has mads "Mad to see you, ; pray be seated. J
On llth of November 1SS7 9 Who has not thrilled over the weird tales of
the at a. m., .
the wire from
off, ticks Chicago."A
column. Send report and start on the Germanic, after a terribly rough passageof I Poet Among the most famous names in fiction Bottlers of Sodawater, GingerAle AT COST.

scent of the fugitive." nine days, entered the magnificent harborof are also Washington Irving, N. Parker *

New York. The sun had risen resplendent -I Willis Nathaniel Hawthorne, Oliver Wendell
When the telegraph has ceased ticking and and other Drinks.ALL DRESS
in a cloudless blue sky. We had just Holmes, Marion Crawford, Frank Stockton, .
the crowd of reporters have departed, the
f passed Bartholdi's statue of "Liberty Enlightening I George W. Cable, Frances Hodgson Burnett, t.
chief editor, like a ship's captain, the last to I
j the World," and it seemed as if Henry James, W. D. Howells Julian Haw- ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT WILL BE SOLD FOR COST, ,
leave the desk, works on. He reads over
France were not far off. It was a sweet sensation thorne, Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Charles Dud-
everything, sifts corrects, cuts down, adds
and instinctively I had raised my ley Warner, Bret Harte, who is also a poet, ATTENTION.
to puts all in order, and towards 2 o'clock in LADIES' FELT HATS
hat. All at once the Germanic stopped. A Edward Eggleston, J. Brander Matthews.All .
the morning gives the order to print, and
home.But little steam tug drew up alongside, and there these names are household words wherever S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY, >.
: j goes stepped on board a few custom house officers, the English tongue is spoken. The greatest FOR'C<>Sr. '
all this is nothing. It is in
once more,
followed by several other persons. success of the century has been attainedby :PROPRIETORS,
the Sunday's issue that yob have the crownIng -
an American novel directed against slav-
feat of journalistic enterprise-thirty or "Look out!" cried one of my fellow passengers ery and instrumental in its destruction. TITUSVILLE, FLA. TINWARE, CROCKERYWARE,

thirty-two pages of telegrams articles essays seeing that I appeared to be unconsciousof I In the philosophical essay, Ralph Waldo 40

f' on politics, the drama literature,pictures, ,
danger"What Emerson and Robert
Ingersoll are unapproachable WILL BE SOLD OUT CLOSE.r
-t the fashions, anecdotes bons mots, interviews is the matter I asked. in their different sty lex The first FOR LETHE i

far stories for children, poetry, biographies "The interviewers!" shines by his originality and a subtle powerof ...

chats on science-tho whole illustrated "Nonsense, not here surely," I exclaimed.No reasoning, which puts you in mind of Carlyle >

u' wittuportraits sketches of interesting places ; sooner were the words out of my mouth the second by the grandeur of his lan GINGRAS GROVE : \_' '' .: -:-:--. "r ,_,

mentioned" In the text, caricatures etc., eta I than two young men handed me their cards guage, his keen, clear reasoning power, and ,

All this for the sum of three cents. I with the announcement that they were jour his humor and pathos. I have
a Large of
x Every little town of a thousand to fifteen nalists. History is, perhaps of all. the branches of AT ROCK LEDGE, FLA.,

hundred inhabitants has its two newspapers "We have come to present our respects to American literature, that which has found

"' one Democratic, the other Republican. For you," they said "and to wish you a pleasant I its highest expression. Washington Irving i Consisting of 66 Acres of Land; 44 Imported Jellies and Jans

lively reading, take up these papers during time in our country." with his History of Columbus Prescott with Acres Under Fence, and in cultiva-
the electoral struggle that terminates with While they uttered these words they I ,
tion in and Lemon Trees
w the installation of a new president at the scanned me from head to foot jotting a few i *My manager,as the reader will verve was Orange Reduced in Price 25 per cent.

White House. The names of some of them strokes on their note books. They were taking one of the rare Americans who art not colonels. 22 Acres in Bearing; all in (

'c will suffice to give you an idea of the style of my portrait which appeared next morn- i the History of Ferdinand and Isabella, the First-class Condition.For .

the contents, very favorite names are The ing at the head of the articles that the press History of the Conquest of Mexico and Peru,

c Paralyzer The Rustler The Cyclone. The of New York thought fit to devote to me. and the History of Philip 11, Bancroft with a particulars apply to or inquire of

Prairie Dog, The Bazoo, The Lucifer, The Oh that first afternoon in New York, History of the United States Hildreth,

Bundle of Sticks The Thunderer, The Earthquake spent in the company of the interviewers I I I. Sparks and others have produced a national L. A. Gingras, Esq.,

I,saw and road a copy of the sheet shall nevir forget it I history:: from the discovery of their country Seed Potatoes now In Stock.Chili

which rejoiced in the name of Bundle of The office of my lecture manager, Maj.* down to our own days.It Or to G. J. GINGRAS, on the Premises.at .

Sticks. The first article contained advice to Pond, was situated on the ground floor of the seems curious that the vast and grandiose

instead of where I had ThitherI regions they inhabit should not have inspired Reds
a certain Joseph Huller, who Everett house, put up. ,
working, had taken up street preaching and repaired after lunch to undergo the operation the Americans with taste and talent for descriptions Rock Ledge, Florida. Early Rose '
house to house prayer: "We give Joseph of tapping by eight interviewers at once. of nature. Fenimore Cooper is 42 3mo. :

Muller fortnight to find some honorable AhI" said one of them, after the usual the only great scene painter produced by the Snow Flakes ,

employment. If at the end of that time he salutations "we are going to bore you, so let immensities of the great western continent. FOR SALE, ,
Humorists in the United States. ,
is still leading idle'life, we will find an exalted us begin at the beginning." swarm Peerlem:, -',mt'

position for him." The joke makes one This made me smile. Artemus Ward and Mark Twain are two 350 TREES IN GROVE
I said "youare pseudonyms justly famous at home and Beauty of Hebrous.
if first
shudder when oue .thinks that, Joseph "I know your question, ;
should turn a deaf ear to the warning, he is going to ask me whether this is my first abroad. There is a third on the road that

r; quite sure to be hung by his towusmen to the visit to America. leads to similar celebrity. Bill Nye has the 200 Six Years Old, All Bearing.
"You are right; that is generally our first same droll way as Mark Twain of droningout
highest branch of some tree in the town. .
The characteristic new societies is freedomof question; but I have another to ask you be- irresistible comicalities with that solemn Orange,Grove on Fine Hammock Land.

fore., You have just eaten your first meal in sang froid which is not met with outside the
speech as well as of action. 1 read in someThunderer
the following lines about the edi- America; what did you bayer frontiers of Yankeeland. When he mounts TWO SMALL FRAME HOUSES 110x12 My

"Gentlemen," I replied as seriously as I the platform the audience prepares to be dislocated .'
: tor of The Lightning, the other newspaper of
and l.12 Porch 22ft.
"I have been in for a with laughter. : ,
could just
the town: "We wish to use moderation and possibly T TWas
piece of turbot a beefsteak and potato chips Although the names of Charles A. Dana About 1,500 Trees Nursery, GROCERY STOCK
*; to keep within the limits of good breeding.
a celery salad, and a vanila ice." Whitelaw Reid Park Godwin and many 25 Bearing Peach Trees, Blooming,
"We will only so:far as to say that personAlly
: he "And now," remarked another reporter, others are well known to the reading publicof 40 Lime Trees,
he is a sneak and that as a journalist
to put to you.I America it is in the large reviews and 7 Lemon Trees and attract
!Is a liar and a scoundrel" The Lightning "I have an important question Bearing, never more complete Te.. y
astonish not in the that really literary 15 Plum Trees, small
replies in the same strain and the public gets hope it will not you. newspapers ,
"Ohr I replied, "1 ,am in America and articles are to be found. 2 Apple Trees,
amusement for the moderate ,sum of one or .
quite ready not 'to be astonished 'at any Children there, be any children in 2 Pear Trees, '
two cents America-are not forgotten by literature. It 5 Mulberry Trees.
During the.who1 time I_ was in America thing.
r New York "Well, then" said he, "I want to ask you is safe ,to affirm that there is .no country Flowers, Roses, Etc. 'i.: .
Mr. Pulitzer : of The ,
: proprietor what are impressions of America." where children' are so well written for, by i iauthors 17| ACRES OF LAND ,IN ALL., '
editor of your
World and Mr. Charles A. Dana, GEO. B. : :
"Excuse .me," I exclaimed, "I have only who have the secret of instructingthem .S .,RTIMPH, i
The Son the journalists Price *2 00.ADD&2S3 .
of most
;;one : ,
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THE FLORIDA ,STAR. fail in this, the Health officer may have CHAPTER XXII are to I adorable." As to a future 'life theoblooel
with us, for either they will arrive at perfection
be the health The American boasts excellent does not commit himself. He "We do
same dqne.to paid from stage some and become immortal or they will fan says

PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAY. fund to'be provided for this purpose actors, but it,owes its prestige rather to the away from grace and will have children to I not know; we cannot tell whether death bat
talent of few brilliant individuals than to door or a wall a spreading pinions to
this amount to be paid back to the Health a swell their ranks. The head of this sect, war or
I :ELLIS B. WAGER jitor and Putter. distinction of ensemble.The the folding of wings forever." U the eyes of
fund by a tax.levied the following year: plays are written for certain actors, which is as yet only about two years old, most pious people, his theories are abomin

St. O per Annum. Provided, a list and valuation of property and the secondary parts are made to serve claims that when the Esoterists attain perfection ble and he Is the Antichrist; bath Assri*
not only will they be immortal but
s R to condemned be made by three cans are unanimous in admitting his
the purpose of throwing up the "star.1 This extraordinary -
Entered at the Post Office at they will have a clear insight into the future,
de- is the French that talents, and among the dear friends
disinterested persons before being why plays are transplanted enable
&cOIi -Clau Matter. a gift which will them to amass great of
the colonel and his
to the of America are many Presbyterians
stroyed, and_ this amount to be paid to stage generallyfail riches. And, indeed, the utility of such an some of them minister

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper the owner out,of any funds provided for accomplishment on the stock exchange for Antichrist if wiH-that fa if
American theaters are not subventioned by you cm
,. for Brevard county. of the Board of Health instance, must be apparent at a glance.
expenses upon the state, and private enterprise can scarcely imagine such a personage endowed with

I. The Star has the Largest circulation the certificate of said Health officer, and afford to give the public the luxury of a all Another disease by sect faith.pretends The faith to be of able these to fanatics cure every moral and intellectual faculty.In

of any paper on the East coast of Fla. its approval by the Board. whole company of talent The "star" isusually his presence men feel themselves mn
is not shaken by the death of their pa-
_. and women put their hands over their
. his her draws the eyes
-- or own manager,
-- ----- The Board of Health meet annually tients. "If they had had more faith they
and realizes the The being careful to keep the fingers well spark
wedo' not think public profits. repertoire
Isr opinion "
would recovered.
our have
the first Monday in May and are A
upon consists of three whichare decidedly dangerous Antichrist this.
two or plays,
the Indian 'Hirer Steamboat Company to provide such rules and regulations a3 performed before a New York audiencefor During my stay in America a well known Mr. IngersolTs religion is the religion of
Mel- evangelist published a volume of sermons
r are trying to discriminate against they deem best for the preservation of a month or two and then taken round to humanity. He says: "Happinos b the only:

bourne. In this idea our correspondent public health such rules and additional the chief cities of the States with the following preface: "God has been good, the time to be happy Is now. and tb.?
kind enough to own the words when I spoke
to set the way to be happy is to make others so." Ur
honest in trying
This is fresh
is evidently why one sees companies nearly
in such :
regulations to published a them. I hope He will give His blessing to the to do to love and be
good, beloved by tae
before the and we week in half the theaters. Today a
i; right people, every
company them the book, now that the same words in
manner as to give greatest pub- appear around, and then lie down and sleep with tbe
drama next week bouffe the
Watson will work for comedy, opera
believe Captain licity. The Health officer to be present week after. Sometimes the change is still print. consciousness of having done your duty to
of the whole river. As re- Many books are published in France with
the interests
Do ask
The men. not pardon of God for fas-
and actas at such meeting. Mr. and Miss ta
' secretary more brusque. Henry Irving
. !' gards the new line we say, let them the remark, "A work approved of by Mgr. jury done to man. Ask pardon cf the ma
.. President of the Board has power to calla Helen Terry gave a series of performances at the Archbishop of X." A volume,advertisedas
it will be of the and make reparation to him for your off= .
for a question -
come, the Star theatre New York during the
I meeting at any time or place to take having,been owned and blessed: by the Lord "I rob errlahm Mr.
i : "survival of the fittest In the way off month of March last On their departure Smith IcgencQ b:
for himself, ought to have a wide sale.
measures public safety. the ironical language he Is such matter cf
transportation news, next week we expect they were succeeded by a troupe of performing A truly edifying sight is that of the noisy, ;
The Board of Health have power to theatre "God forgives mo. How does that leiaSmithP .
also, to give some dots in regard toJi. monkeys. The was just as likelyto dirty, blaspheming crowd, collected on a
I" modify or abrogate quarantine rules revivalists.The .
any have been hired by traveling 1
outside Madison Garden
I action of the Coast Canal Com- Sunday evening Square
future He maintain that the Christian
Health officer unbearable trick religion
after being established by the Americana have an
New York the of "six
on eve a days'
.... of late the theatre. For teaches less the love of an infinitely jot tad
pany. arriving at
twenty "
; and with consent of the Governor, go-as-you-please walking match. From 6 or
merciful God than the fear of a'demon
minutes after the curtain rises there is thinking
THE NEW HEALTH LA W.A when occasion demands, call upon the stant and of a con- 7 in the evening, there Is a betting swearing for human victims. This charge fa bout
bustling rustling
I" brief synopsis of the. new Health bill Government for aid. which debars you from the pleasure newcomers of following match outside the minute gates. But the walking out by a proverb used by the Scot, who fa a
only begins one past midnightNot
passed by the Legislature may be given Any person violating, neglecting or refusing the actors' speeches. U the play begins to take the name of God in vain, the student of human nature:

in the following shape: In compliance to comply with the regulations established at 8, they come at a quarter past if it English have invented many euphemisms; "If the dell were deed. God wad na bo
with section one, Governor Fleming has by the Board or Health officer, begins at a quarter past, they come at half- some men, imagining, I suppose, that the served so
colonel maintains that if
Jacksonville shall be to fine of not less than past, and so on. At the time appointed for Deity takes no cognizance of languagebut man ko
appointed R P. Daniel, of ; subject a the curtain to rise, the stalls are empty. This any had hands given him to feel, eyes to see,ears

: Hon. W. B. Henderson, of Tampa, and $100 or more than $1,000, or by imprisonment bad habit annoys the acton and disturbs the English, venture so far as to say Mon to hear, he has also a brain to think, a heart
f' Dieu Mein Gott
: Mr. Wm. K. Hyer,.of Pensacola, to con spectators; but the, evil is incurable, and At this kind of thing the Americans are as to love and intelligence to reason with.

$;: stitute theState: Board of Health. This The Health officer's salary is $3,000 a managers try vainly to stop it. I know one clever as the English. They have invented He does not attack so much the CathoDe

i j-r at their with actual traveling expenses who followed the advertisements of his play religion which rests on faith for a re&gko
Board, af electing a year, Great Scott ISomething
which rests purely on faith is not a matter
first meeting shall designate and employ while on duty. The Board of Health receive by this paragraph: admirable in aH the main religious
for reasoning and argument But he rather
"The warned
public solemnly that
are unless -
of America Is their national
a physician, an expert in yellow fever $6.00 per day in actual session, and the whole of the first scene be witnessed, sects attacks Protestantism which prides l:.It

and infectious diseases, to be known as mileage at 10 cents per mile. the subsequent action of the play cannot be character. upon resting on reason as well as on **<*h_
When I hear it said that religion Is the
.4S State Health officer. The State Health Section 17 provides for an Assistant understood." sworn enemy of progress, especially of republican The theories of CoL Ingersoll are the natural -

Officer shall be executive officer of thet Health officer, subject to the orders of His efforts were crowned with failure. Not institutions, I turn to America and outcome of the introduction cf renoo-

Board and also secretary, and shall hold the Health officer, and who succeeds the to understand the play is a'pity, but not to say to myself: "This is not true." ing into religious matters.
: create a sensation when one comes in,dressedin Things which are felt only enact be discussed
latter in of sickness He
or disability. minister from
office until removed by the Board for case There is no of religion, the
i receives $15 per diem and 5 cents for one's most killing attire,is out of question. archbishops down to the most unlettered ; things which are mcoopreoecsible

just cause. mile traveled. It is the same at concerts and lectures. isms are not matter for explanation.
i every preachers of all the small who would
The terms of office of the Board of Section 18 requires the Health officerto Those who have booked their seats in advance dare to tell his congregation that liberty is Protestantism is a mixture cf faith ad

Health.and Health officer shall be for give i a bond for $10,000, conditionedfor come in a quarter of an hour or twenty not the most precious, the most sacred of reason, agreeing pretty badly together, it

f' of the Board the faithful discharge of his duties. minutes after the time fixed for commencing. is must be confessed. The Protestant takes the-
four years, but any member their possessions, and that the republic cot
Bible for book word of which b In-
is a
When one placed, the concert or every
be removed by the Governor if he Section 19 prescribes the duties of the every the most admirable the only possible-form
may of God. He Interprets it in his
spired own
lecture begins 'Tho early comers, who haveto
Board in .
President of the Health regardto of government for America.In
remain absent from the State ten days fashion and of it doctrine
, recommendations to the wait until the late ones have arrived,utter proves out every
expenditures, France there is much indifference on the
after disease is declared officially The of the American he requires to found a new sect The
any epidemic Governor and his annual not a murmur. patience very
f' or Legislature, subject of religion; but a great deal of in-
is drunkard is not at a loss to find an ezccso for
The Board of Health public angelic.CHAPTER
ref -
may credulity is affected to satisfy a political bias.I .
t report. his drinking and turning to Isaiah Lxv, Q
move the Health officer if he remain ab- There will also be collected a State tax am certain that if, in France, you searched comforts himself with: "Behold, my servant

sent from the State for five days after of half a mill to constitute a special fund XX nr. into the hearts of the people, you would find shall drink."

The Americans are Christians-that is to there much less atheism than in other
f notice him of the of for health many
: being given presence public purposes. As he looks on at the Protestants squabbling
say, they attend church on Sundays. Like countries. Religious belief seems to be the
disease. The State Board of Health shall have over the signification of biblical
other Christians they attend to business on appanage of the royalist party, and other passages
licensed general supervision and control over ',. the colonel "It is to
Section four requires every laughingly says: :
J such County Boards of Health as the week days. people think they make a show'of republi-
:'-: physician to report immediately to the Legislature may establish. In America, religion is served up with canism by throwing over the belief of the be regretted that your deity did not express

3 Board Health every case of yellow fe- sauces to suit all palates. Independently of royalists. The religious man is rather looked himself more clearly.

ver, small-pox or cholera that comes Eau Gallic.Mrs. the Catholic religion, there are 189 different upon as a political enemy than as a religious :Needless to say that he looks upon the

r J. E. M. Hodgson was visiting religious sects. England has only 185. antagonist This is the true explanation of Bible not as an inspired book but as a collection :
: within his practice. Any physician so of literatures something akin to th
; friends at :Melbourne this week. Every good preacher draws a full congre- much apparent agnosticism in France. It
conviction shall be fined "Arabian and this b what k-
failing, upon gation, no matter to which sect he belongs.The must also be remarked that plenty of royalists Nights,
not less than $100 or more than $1,000 Several of our townspeople went to a discussion with him difficult if not oat cf
2 '. church in itself is not the attraction, and only affect piety and go regularly to

i{ or by imprisonment. dance at Mrs. Campbell's, Melbourne: the minister has no other influence over the church as a protest against republicanism, question. How Is it possible to imagine

;; Section six reads: "Any person ort last week. people than that which he exercises by his and that many republicans may be excusedfor discussion between faith and nuool
Sand'said that the fanatic loved
who shall falsely or maliciously Mr. J. E. :M. Hodgson has returned oratorical talents. A religious or moral taking this display of religion for an act George
persons God to the exclusion of The theories
; lecture is as popular as a literary lecture, a of hostility towards their pet institutions.This man.
l disseminate or spread rumors or reports with his party, after a pleasant trip : a' of CoL Ingersoll lofty and noble as most cf
concert, or play. state of things is deplorable. Both
concerning the existence of infect down the river. them are, verge upon fanaticism in the sens
1- any
An American will go and listen to the sides are to blame for it

tious or contagious disease shall be guilty Quite a pleasant picnic party took minister of a sect differing from his own, In England and America, where the formof that they teach the love of mankind to the

t of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction place at Melbourne Beach last week, rather than sit and be bored by a tiresome government is questioned by no one, religion exclusion of Him who so loved man. The

thereof shall be punished as provided by among whom we noticed Captain and preacher belonging to his own denomination.He does not clash with progress and liberty colonel robs the poor and sorrowing of thai
i endure their IDs belief
which them
; will rather go to bear Dr. McGlynn, the but lives with democracy in and helps to a
\i section five of this act." Mrs. J. O. Walton, of this place ; Mrs. peace world
a better to come.Son
excommunicated Roman Catholic priest, or harmony, as becomes a faith whose grand
.. William Wilson and Mr. H. J. Tiffin of
t It shall be the duty of judges of Circuit Dr. Felix Adler, the eloquent agnostic; religious precept is: "Love ye one another." of a Protestant minister,Robert In.erv

t Courts to charge juries in regard to Courtney ; Mrs. Bertha Schaefer, now as he is, be will sometimes regret that son early showed special aptitude for the db>

i residing at the Barnes cottage, Cocoa, CoL Ingersoll does not appear in public on cession of theological questions. By the age
( i sections, four, five and six, and also it CHAPTER XXTV.
Protestant he fe 16, he had thoroughly studied the OU
etc. Sundays any longer; as ,
,, will be the duty of county solicitors tot he has no scruple about going to hear a I one day asked one of the cleverest ladies and would reason upon it like a doctor

prosecute all offenders under sections five Captain and Mrs. J. Walton had musical mass in the Catholic cathedral; in of New York whether she had met CoL In- of divinity. The father in vain drew Robert

and six. a pleasant party gathered together at fact,you can see him everywhere except in tho gersoll. attention to the beauties of the Bible; the
"No," she answered, "I never met him and son could see little in it btft absurdities and
residence arrivedin
Section nine prescribes the duty of the their on Friday. They churches where dullness prevails and the
i do not wish to make his acquaintance." heardto
C. J. Hector's beautiful mind waits in vain for fresh nourishment. inconsistencies. The old miner was
President of the Board to be to order thet' Capt. yacht '
t "May: I ask why! I said. bear Robbie.
"It grieves to
The churches advertise in the say: me my
Flirt. Dr. and Mrs. McCormick and a preacher
Health officer to investigate reported She replied: "Simply because I am told forme
the theatres advertise "star." talk so, but I declare: he b too ranch ;
f cases of yellow fever, etc., and to report Mrs. Hyman, of Mims ; Mrs. W. Wilson newspapers In default as of a good preacher other a attractions that it is impossible to know him without ad- I cannot answer him."

i: to him. The Health officer shall have and :Major H. J. Tiffin, of Courtney ; are put forward to draw the publrc. miring and loving him." Who can answer Ingersoll Is a question

t 'power to declare an infected place in Mrs Shaefer, of Atlanta, Georgia, etc., How resist the two following appeals, postedat "Welir often asked. Apparently not the minister

quarantine and to place such restrictions were among those who arrived Friday. the doors of a New York and a Chicago "Well" 1 don't want' to admiro or love of the hundreds of different Protestant sect

church! 1 copied them word for word with him. that flourish in America; not Mr. Gladstone,
After all adjourned
and he spending a pleasant day -
on ingress as judge
egress may I had the honor of making his acquaintance student of the Bible and profound resscoer

t' ,best to prevent the spread of disease and to Mrs. Gleason's, the College, great care: Musical Evangelsts. and,like all those who have approachedand though be be.

fr for the best interests of the population. for the evening, where all enjoyed them- Solos; known him I soon admired him. For more than a year, the president of tbr

\, selves with the usual amusements Short sermons; He is one of tho greatest figures of his
The constables and York was
sheriffs, police officers apper- The place to be happy and saved. Nineteenth Century club of New

shall be under control of the State Health taining to this district. Walk la, ladies and gentlemen, walk in. great country. In a book on contemporary trying to get a Protestant minister to breaka
The other seductive still worded America one must needs speak of this celebrated ia
more was lance with this redoubtable agnostic
officer to enforce such regulations as he )[r. John McAllister deserves great advocate. Ho is a personality apartHe
thus felt equalto
: but without avaiL Not
" public, one
may pnscribe-these regulations to be praise from the people of Eau Gallie for No reason for not coming! has little in common with the rest of his the task.

published in the most practicable man- the energetic and persevering manner in Fret seats; countrymen but the title of coloneL
I which he has worked at his artesian well. Cheerful services; That which makes this man so formidably
ner-and he shall report all his actions Books supplied to the congregation. Once more I say it: in this book of jottingsI
On Saturday his labor was amply rewarded is not so much his eloquence, his quick repartee

1 to the President of the Board of Health.I by an excellent flow of water Religious sects multiply every day. No do not sit in, judgment I merely describe hb carcasn, his pathos, hb humor, it is

? Section ten gives the Governor power which rose over 33 feet above the ground, doctrine is too atsurd to make proselytes.The impressions. It is not necessary to indorse aman's above all the life he leads. the emmpJ: b*

to aid the Health officer in which is 13 feet above Indian River. The latest religious invention in Americais theories in order to enjoy his society, sets of all the domestic virtues One most
carrying out well is close to the steamboat and this is especially true in the case of CoL inHmtsly,'
x' landing, Esoterism which promises immortality to have the privilege of knowing him
whatever: quarantine regulations may be on land contiguous to that of :Mr. Henry its followers-immortality, that's all The Ingersoll, who is many sided in his powers, of penetrating into that sanctuary of ccnjo-

>deemed necessary. Section eleven gives I Olmstead and Messrs. J. O. and Chas. II. doctrine of the Esoterists teaches that, if man and who charms theologians and agnosticsalike gal happiness, his home, before one can form

the Board of Health power to impose on Walton, who should congratulate Mr. rerereally pure,and followed the precepts when the subject of religion is not to an idea of the respect that he mist fasjjire

,transportation companies such restric- McAllister on the successful terminationof of tho Gospel to tho letter, he would become the fora even in those who abhor his doctrines. His
his arduous undertaking. This flow CoL Robert Ingersoll is a man of about GO
tions and regulations and sanitary rules _. ., .. 1.. t'uiotu twit beis. Loiuvv.f house b the home of the purer joys: It bo11s
beats that of Titusville town well, and six feet high and strongly built a colossus
that beat
four hearts
deem to \. u. 1-. -*.-.e t-iat uo Jhru:*aa ever \"etf : as one.
as they may necessary protect Messrs. Oliver and Wiley's, or Mr.Hutchinson's. 1 physically and intellectually. The eyes Mr. ingersoll lives in one of the dsas+octe'
the people. It also prescribes the duties "'L.alai i:4 oilowiug Ipj:1uly the 1t''ePts sparkle with wit and beam with the enjoy. ooh
Hb family
,. houses on avenue.
tLc? t.1*p?l. the Esoteric may t o, ri:;utTw -
of tho Board when convinced that ment of life; the mouth is humorous and Athene
On Monday, Captain George Gleason'in i luv furewr. say they. you have only to of his wife and two lovely daughters,

'fever,. etc., exists in any vessel, steamboat his beautiful steam yacht Remona, rer nu Vh-tuoU even in the married state. smiling; the head large and weU planted on and Venice as an American whom I Bet a*

brought quite a large party from Melbourne broad shoulders; the face shaven, the brain CoL used to call them ladeed
which would embraced. Insersoll
or foreign port, imperil Q..h.a.y: insist U Celibacy pure
to Eau Gallie. After partaking bristling with humanitarian thoughts;a man of tho boautif creations of
the health of the of this State. any I uupfo.. however. b not sufficient, for one reminds you
.: people' of luncheon with Mrs. Gleason, they fa with the heart cf a lion to fight the battles of Titian. The other seems like a mythological

# The Health officer shall, annually, visit paid a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.Walton. wb Devotees rv there must U no therefore struggle "marry there ,no but victory.in all life, but the heart of a woman in presence of vision a nymph from the banks of Erynsao-

c all Jthe cities, towns or other points where The party included Mrs. Campbell, Miss honor remain celibates. If succeed in human suffering thus. As you look at her, wnEo aye sprits
May DuBose, Mr. Allan Campbell, Mrs. you He has substituted for the love of religionthe lowered almost '
two or more railroads meet, and in his will attack to you with her eyes modestly
mastering no malady
W. H. Gleason, Dr. DuBose, Miss Fair your religion of lave and of tho family. According to for bens s olorelyv
to investigate and inspect their and will become Immortal seeming apologize:
judgment banks, Mr.DuBose, Mr.,Chas, Campbell, you ,you : to him religion should have but one involuntarily think of -Le Jecne liar ,

I sanitary condition ; he shall have power Dr. Brainerd, Miss Susie ,DuBose, etc., "But." you will probably say "do the aim-to teach us how to be happy in this life you lade" of Andre Cheater, ,that last of thv J

to,condemn anything that in his judgment all of whom were charmed with Mr. .Esoterists never dieP lie repeats with Christ: "Love one another: Greek Edmond About called J

is likely to produceor spread disease Walton's new residence and the mannerin Yes. 'they die-once; but,, according _to do not to others what, you would not have, poets artists.as Journalists mesnben cf
which the land is laid out. We also them, this does not prove the fallacy of their Authors j

and upon notice given to the town learn that Capt. Walton is preparing apiece ,belief., Jf ,they die,- it simply proves that, others 'do to TOu." And he adds: "A God the thinking world of New York mal evening.be nta j

,authorities the same shall be remedied< of land for lawn t.ennis-archery, they have failed to attain the necessary,degree that is represented as weaving webs to catch "the eoloneljE charming Sunday 6.

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:';' 6 ; of .... ,- ." THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY MAR. 7 1889.
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': .* About 11 at night, wEen all but tEe intimate Consumption Surely Cured.To PIONEER COOPERAGE CAR os.

: friends ot"the family have left these latter
.- THE EDITOR-Please iiilorm your readers thatI
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diseabe its thousands of hopelesscases S. L..A. ,
By timely ue
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: \J1- .; talk upon ono of his favorite f subjects. etry, have been permanently cured. I shall be Gauged to older. ten cents extra.

'::':, ?"" "." '. music*,.or ny to the "Uptakes of Moses," glad to send two bottles of my reme y FREE to any

!"!r;" >", .:: whib! .ury ucii with rzv'tr.ty lit- knows send of your me readers their express who have and consumption post office address.if they will Wlieelwrightinrj and Repairing. ATrT-AT-IAVAHDHDim

', his Saa.Tar": ns thorugt.!'' .:,.> t.v: Ctbla, Respectfully; ,

,.;.: ", only 1114llwa-, toil n Its l.i .": 'r., I',';r)tact T. A. SLCCIJM M. C.,181 1. Pearl st., New YOlk Successor J. C. Norwood and Co., C. O. B. Rock Ledge,
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: "' ;' '''' and uilrmnitio,i. He ailores Utho .. whom Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers - .

/:(,: :." .:.. bets e\ci aim"** IJeethuvuitlii '., dirge SSou's This from $2.00 up. D. I... G.\ULDE,

.:'>?: : > to prow ottj. more. that t".' '. .. ilur We uffctr Oue Hundred Dollars Reward for any T1TUSVILLE, FLA.

"J.;"< Ut.t1e.CmJt..ul 1 *. case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking1Ia11's Tanksand :
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C-i'arrh Cnre.F. .
I. :. 'Ii:' .-- ,'race Wiib tiffs t'.'t'F." r:i:TtaK! i*. i :. ":" J. CHENEY & CO. proprietors, Toledo. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
: .. r &twoei miluI:!., : ,:.. 1 : t.t t.:.. jlA We, the nuuersiTuert, have kuowu F. J. Cheneyfor Titiurulle, .
I .'" the last li) yeara<< and believe him perfectly hon- .)OIIXSOS.I..aGrange. ,
: "'.c Lest \'i.-i;:"' ; orabl In all business transactions, and financially

able to carry out auy obligations made by their : : Florida. WILLIAMS
:, f'j" f :home, you think! of all the witty things that JONES ,

firmVe. i: Trnx, wbole-ale drn'ibt, *. Toledo, O. _____ I
bass l sail the of satire that
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t Waldlns. Kninau \: Marvin, wholesale drug. '
.'. ,>> ';:" ,nave been shot at bypoc:'isy and humbug, Kibt, Toledo, Ohio. Can'l Merchandise tr GTEa 6,000,000 pe0plo best t>tlie to tat it .attorneys-at-Lav>c.
:" jf' that E. II Van llwsen, cashier, Toledo National of the largest and most reliable pap bl11 y .
'" .I.... w the ellnohHn? humanitarian opinions once,and tnFor >:;loW Tit \'ilIe.
lank, Toledo, Ohio. us Fl.
havo been advanced and though you may Hall's Catarrh Cure it taken laternallv. a<- npdirectlj Fe $ I'w

.' not feel l converted, of diverted, or pervertedI urxui the blond and mucus surfaces of the jt's flK $
r 8J telU. !'ri'c :5('. per bottlr. IOH I :,.
I .;- Ingwrxillisio.! you: are sure to leave that hold by all Drn. -iats. : 413ucklen .'!f D. )1, FERRY k co ri GEO.1.
STORE. ; ,
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: i liouv? fwuir,; fuller of good will \vardall ;': .:":'

.. ::, ".. men. awl saying;;; to yourself: *What} a de 's Arnica Sah'c.I rir/.1 : : ;t\LaPQeSf y" ,;t, !,1 the Seecs.r.rt':or'a". ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

t : : I The best salve in the world for cut, ;:'-:.. '.. ts" ,, e tlU,: t., :-fD M.I'EJmv.i C., :: Tnr9ILLE f'!
lased bruises ulcers snIt rheum fever l!; ',; Y..... ,- l : FLA. 1h
: 1 :: a mooting:: oftht : sores, '. : 1lIt:6trtted. :w:;;: (
.' l ,<< '< .JI\J.!-\i" tl eAnaPn ettt1 I.
\. ",i. iiil'U'E'litll! CVntury club to hear a disciixMun sore. tetter chapped hands, chilblains, ..lJ,'\.. >" ,:--t : r.I' -"" ...,,,.)., ,
.:. ,; on "*Tbe I'cwtry of the [Putnre;r CoLIn I corns and all skin eruption and positively ,: ''*'' '"l/ ;..p:d.f:;'.( a,< .wn""n" Alf.\ THRASHER, ;
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I : propose to keep : 'dU IrP !\(,4t IC33
'. .; ... ivoli wa; tn have taken part *ii:it. but I cures piles, or no pay required. I I' h ff"o\" ..t3' 'I !fr) WilJbem oiled FRTt I
; It is guaranteed to give perfect> satisfaction I .r.: 1 :, to all applicants .i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
::' Wa'-Umgton i .. : v an
...... bem;; retained professionally at I t.Class' :', ..' ,, -I':.:;r tolastyeer'aenstomet. '
refunded. Price 25 cents StockGROCERIES '
or money wlthoatr'nl tMiiR it. Jar P. O. Box
he was obtged to excuse himself at theeleventh A F 20. SA5T 1.D. _
per box: For sale by?'all drug stores in 1 I;t_:Meet Ciaiilwer f OardPn"'t.eld Everyper on nsinr Will practice iu all tM v'uatirs u la ,
,. bour The president immediately) I in e6.tCa. or blower Seems
Circuit and Covrt.
Titusville,. and on Indian River. should send for it. Addl'l"M Supreme
tel($raplied to a well known minister asking\ :: .E3.FEKHYa CO.o8trof JKidb. _
him to take the: colonel's place I Advice to mothers. -OF- A LLEN E. HEY&EP., :
'.: Mrs.WIKSLOW'S booiniNG:brutPbhonlcl; always
r 1 distinctly decline to take Cpl ingersoll'splace -
be used when children axe cutting teeth. It relieves ,
in thi world or tha next" exclaimed ', the little suffererat once; itprodueesnitxiral,

the recipient: of tho telegram as soon as he I quiet sleepund thelittlecherubnwakes81"bright AttOniejaHaiLake al CJT
as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It } i itIf .
',.: A'te C untr. n

r took part in tho evenin 's debate, and I regulates the bowels,and is the best known remedy t'L ,ii.'::F =: 1
e, o for diarrhoea whether arising treat teething or Will furni>!ll Abstract*of Till* u
':,.t;; .when he repeat( his repartee to tho audience I othercauses. Twenty-five cent a bottle. ] I t J .i County land

;- < ; was greeted with hearty laughter and .
', 'AI 1,1'0- ...::-.._ .. .. ':>!.'::J A i I t Importers of all kinds of ---.-- --- -- .

,;,.. applause. \ o<:, t.f t.. GIYj11 Mouth Harmonicas T? B. BURCIIFIELD
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.. ; .. ,' ).;. : -. DRY GOODS 49 Maiden Lane New York. 3.1JOIIN
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x .,f. : THE ANIMA'L. 'I 1 l N GDOrd. : F ":}.a./:' :'.;,'"t and lOco l. t, eatl' ir.i I' STRATTON & !SON, COUNTY SURVEY
-# :.: .. I ; : ;' 'tT( ap.ourcll.'PaU t' ;;, 49 MAIDEN IANI-. NEW TORE ,
I < "t'i'; :;; st ). ,'v.t Powtr
,. JHp'Sl' Orders by mail will receive
.:;},-'. .,' Lawrence, Han., has a pair'of calves which I ; lover d:li -bted. T..l a1! y';'h'' ('J NOTIONSMcns' at pr: ;,
', the i friends. CJ.W. IJAIU\.l'I1IIeUaiHu: "Pa. :, attention as calls in IJCr present central architectural features of i .
: Send atoncthis notice appears! Ub icw: ti:*.us ?:/
}: the Siamese twins. :I ....ioseooo Address: Georgian,
'. A great hawk swooped down on a Lock I Importers Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealers

t .' ",. Haven, Pa., cat a day or two ago and carried : LA "OSGOOD" Ladies' & Cliililrcns'"y in all kinds of H. ATKINSON.:; .
= ,', :. V. S. Stasiari :Musical Merclmdisp. Mutual Boxes. Bind Instru-
i ; aloft. The feline soon caught its cap- i : ( IY : Dale
} merits. !Stratton's Celebrated! Russian
: > -; '., tor by the throat and choked the bird to Sent on trial. Freight Gut Violin Strums S4
death. The cat was killed by the fall Tho 7 5 lGUAIfT rfi paid. FullyWarranted. s F JUSTICE OF THE PEACE :

pair could not be separated i .:;' ra.c .- 3 TON $35. J&m Or.aCLOTHING JOHN P. STRATTON & SOX
= For the Second Justice District
Other sizes
a I I.X proportionately
Nelson Clark
of Vanceboro ile. while
,. r low. Agents well paid. Illustrated Catalogue Importers yard county ; Court days, third 31s j
hunting for deer a few miles south of that :
S .. free. Mention this Paper.
of each month.
r place, succeeded in shooting a white doe, i i I OSGOOD Ss THOMPSON, Binghamton, N. 1.I I i cSTRq and Wholesale
.1'.>. 0 .. :. inucn larger than the aver ge red deer end :I Dealers inMaiden

of a rare species. The hair was of a u O
.. less I JBA: cUT
,,, white and very flue in texture. arB 0 a Z MUSICAL.eg f

,(' -< i Roscdale,a suburb of Denver, has lor.g been i I Io. ,

.J. annoyed by the bodies of skinned rats, Clts,1 EPPS'SCRATEFUL

f :'., ', etc., which somebody persisted in throwing Merchandise,

about tho streets. The offender finally proved G .A. .B. C1II'P: B
-' r: O TING.COCOA. : I/: .
to be Aunt Sally Dawson peculiar character 49

who has been collecting the skins of these
ti Lan Jacksonville Fla.
animals to make herself a cloak. ,
..... A hawk dived into a lot of ducks in a cove NEW YORK.

.- on iloosehead lake He got his claws into John F. Stratton & Son's Celebrated
one and together they disappeared under Gent's Furnishing Goods I Russian Gnt Violin Strings, I will Sell and Deliver at your
water. It was more than a minute before ,
station First-Class
( :, : the hawk rose to the surface nearly drowned, !
Our (:Guarantee.
I a Dealer receives a complaint
et / and with a labored effort he got away, not q tie f ALSOCROCKERY (which he believes te be honest) from any t

: ,. f' however, until other ducks tried to force himI I musician to whJrt11le his sold any of these strings, ..1. '
again under water. he is authorized by m: to give him another string
without charge, and all such lugs will be made
f An enormous number of animals are killed GLASSWARE good by u* to our customers without quibble or OR

in Siberia yearly for their fur. At the last question. (Beware of imitation)
fair of which Dealers will please send for descriptive catalogue. O G-AN
summer Irbit is a market for .
Trade supplied at lowest prices. 31
>' :. only a part of the furs exported from Siberia,

..; no less than 3,180,000 skins of squirrels were HARDWAREAND .....
1'OB LKfrS MONET tLaa tnj otter I IT
F offered for sale. Of other varieties there Opened for the Season. nited buu I alv..j. froaracf tettrbearrrpreatotal.

4 t' were 11,000 blue fox, 140,000 marmot, SO.OOO 1 KUl.klpa Iia.ot
: polecats, 10,000 badger, 1,300,000 hare and a-A man who is interested in his own any honest man or wco .n. on trial teA I
2,000 for. welfare will be pleased to know tha tANDREW satisfactory. I will pay fr i ht Art* waft f
t.. i cash and $10 a mono,ou a PUbA sari|J*
:' .,' .ctiavC] : C_ zzI $5 a month on mnOrjcm wI JaiII"""-
1 THE INNER MAN. A v.i Tic a::d Standard Popular!,;.Jical? Treatise on GIBSON more tLan ordinary rrat. Oa tlfte ftf1
.. tus Toroof Youth, Prcmatun L'ctlinc.Kcrvona Ship Chandlery Goods.These terms anyone can own a to.tr*.*.t ttt

.: ;; .. Fried hominy is as necessary with roast auJ Physical Debility, luipuiiULs of the Blood Keeps*the finest oysters to he found in FREE Sheet Music.CATALOGUE String,Violin rontainlQC$asses SvH, I

:1i:' duck as is an expert to carve it. Tiiiisville, cordeon*, and in fact, every MkJiaal t
that is made and at very low prier nisi ;;:".
:: Cranberry differs from in
x. sauce mercy AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. plete Catalogiiea. I bare *0t O ,urea d "
that it should always be strained. a.-u d
fi, Music at 10 cents pn Cf'>py. i.GfO
What are called "health slices" is toast 1 t* ., Music at 10 cents pr copy $._&>IolJ tI '

soaked in beef blood and then fried. Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. Vocal and Instrumental (1N1e .t poll' lseeso
ents. safe
of steel
Any piece
: -uitln from Folly Vice Inor'lIce.Excesses or
... Best authorities hold that quail should O\crtaxation.: Enervating nun.tir.sf the victim will be the main features of my. Balers Bread always on hand. t (50 per cent below pablubt price
; never be split, but roasted "as whole." for Work,Business,the Married or Social Relation. business, but orders sent me for anything pieces each, sheet music arse, 19
.' Avoid unskilful pn tenders. Possess this great in store in Titus- Also a first-class Barber shop attached. Catalogue.A. .
A seasonable discussion is whether kept any
wo-::. It contains 30) page,rovnl 8t-o. Beautiful +
Rhode Lsland or Vermont turkeys are the -... ..eg, embossed full gilt. Price, only$l.O) by ville will be promptly filled. Meals at all hours; from 5 a. m. to 11 p. m. B. Campbell, Jackvonn74Mention
.r--''I:1, post-paid, concealed in plain wrapper. lllns- Parties desirng to leave on morning mail *1 1'
best.A "'. '.'a i'roepectns:: Free. if von apply now. The boats and hacks will please note this. ( this paper]
Brooklyn baker whose name is Homo .. 'Tinted author Wm. H. Parker, M. D., re- ..tFRCORNS.
;. .. very truthfully advertises "Home made f':1: the COLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL -_

bread." ... from tho National Medical Association Will Fruits Chickeas PARKER'SHAIR HIND .
buy .Eggs
far the PRIZE ESSAY on: NERVOUS and The only rare Cure for Cora .... 5
:.: Apropos of cook books the cry is "still PHYSICAL D BILITY.I 1':.?..rkerand acorps BALSAMCleanses comfort to UMfeeC lie as Pr.Rjttea B 0Ti

they come,"and one is about as valuableas of A!6i;tant Physicians may be consulted, confidentially and beautifies the hair.
by mail or in person, at the office of Or any Country Produce my customersor -- I Promotes a luxuriant growth. A CONSUM
another. mi: rKr.oiHIEI> :\ INSTITUTE, friends Never Fails fa Restore Gray YOB'Aare ea lJn s1b.Rronrbasti .J....
Tardy, as usual, in keeping up with the Ko.4J nlf n'tl !St.; 1'oston,Ma*., Jowbomall may hrir.gto isc i Hair to its Youthful Color. PARKER'S 1 GINGER TOW 1C. :
orders for books or Icttora for aihice should be market.ask IFrerents Dandruff and hair falling the worst a+. ..'.'. procession, Philadelphians give cheese directed as above 60c.and ft.00 at Drturgltf taaa defective nutrittoo. Ta2a.t.8IIo- ,
with lettuce.. "

\ A (l crman professor holds that only CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHPENNYROYAL I 4g

; those who have do manual labor
to re- PILLS
I for a share of the public patron.
quire meat for breakfast. Traveling North or South, take
'l/ EZ3 CSOSS DL) SEND E211TD.Ortdaal age, and come as a supplicant, not a
'; As a general thing, hotel buckwheat J" ,b*+toIIYE.alae.nd dictator asking for favors.If .
Clla's't.rl- sort of Turkish in miniature i\ reliable pill for sale. Never Fail. your
'<;, "' rug J. .. A,k for Ctichatcr't Ei>sltik\\ courteous treatment,good
s ,: and quite as trying to digest. r ;,{Diamond Brand,in red metallic lVLallory S. S. Liii
and low is
( boxe*.aral.dwith blue rib- I goods figures :
3 boD. At Drncelut Accept I I7J the candidate for
no other. All pills in paste
:1. ART .NOTES. iit board boxes pink wrapper are a dancer I public favor r
-:4 counterfeit. Send 4e. (itamp j for ,
oJ particular and>>liell rr.r Ladle,"'" then I'melected. V"l.a: Fora.nn.c1.l.n.a.: : "L otwoc13. f
r" Detroit has an exhibition of paintings by _, letter by return mail. 10,000 tttlmonliiUfrom .
.. LADIES who bare nsed them. name Paper. .
American artists. tbichester: Chemlcal Co.JladlsonSq.PhUa..P"

Boston has an exhibition of the work of -* New York and Florida Boston Philadelphia -and flu

William Hammer a Danish artist. sc! ft INofcLuil Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co. ,
,. Hogarth's works are to be reproduced in i: h Chilled Plows and SugarCane '

.: editions de luxe 1 by ilichael Stern,of Vienna .y. a Sailing
: ,............ ...,. l..oI \ ( Mills.
) :. The Royal Academy still offers a gold :...,.. .... '"" p tune {! :,,'iut ill the I FROM NEW YORK CITY YR03ICENTRE FEnX.\XDL j.
; medal twice a year for pupils in line engraving .. q....1. : ': ._ ...:" or i..U..i ...iLiScr.bera to the '
\. : with no lakers. ... ill : r.li .
1"" (:'., ) !r.ir.:3 a. aril"
o'! : ; a r
". The pace in the Royal Academy left by h,,oawr'.: 'v{ 6'aC.rri.:: G C Sri' s3 t.:1: ruf'i Steamships ,

the late Frank Hall has been filled by ilr. tt. ', .>r' .. ._.j1.-.1.: .. i,' ... lit "ill t.<. t.Ssr RIO GRANDE .F"
:; y": Burgess who has waited eleven years ilr. t:. ': ::.,. .:{;,.fj:;' i _"..,. .:f i'tatjrr; alternately
-<- Hugh licrkomer and Mr. Gow have been ,.', h... # ',.. R ..a 'jig 'o. .dU. ",, "'1dNpcrh'.w-. >tIiir Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing
; .;.....:, ,". 't11 h ...,; :.;.t it- ..t'.1 .IT reJito. : the best on the Coast. "
; ; disappointed.: 1. .: ". :: i:):.. ', ;o..t :t !. : 'li.lJt: }...illJ1, :'
z t :: An enormous painting by four artists, I .. ..' .. ......r.. ,'..o' :x&: .e .. .i..I 1, ii'Ltva:1 of I SCHEDULE.
; '. .. Ilirsch : 'U HI '. .t'.,".L l't..J'i c.. d''i- t au bi ir ndot
llcssrs. A=litaViotveg and Schmidt J
Vli I 'r, {It..: v'l ; I ,' .. i." lilt 11, \\.OIJ.tuot' ;NORTH-BOUND with &40 in. train from
f. J,.,,::" is on exhibition in London at the Gaines- t i4 .;:..a. t. .: :..ll..u..... l. ..u l.l.t' copie,1)G.el. from Fernandina connecting p. .

::'; borough pallery It represents the late Emperor & addressCTPt3 ville.

' :' I.\,r t Frederick lying in state. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder................ u : )frx

3 ":::1, ; ". flebisso's model for a statue to Gen. PHI. a STATE OF TEXAS Captain Williams....................- M u ..

: ti 4"_ ; Grant at"Chicago represents him on horseback. PAINSCO. w t ttl Y fli CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Car tan"Uder.! ............... 14 .t
: r'< : The horse has all! four feet to the iCHEST STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams.................... ..

::. :.= ground and ears pointing forward. The terrace ) r CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder............... ,

, :,L .;...:;;,. a-d pedestal have cost K,000, and the AQ-Order all Frttjjht via Mtllory Steamship Line from Pier No. 21 E. B.. Sew Jc.t.a lie
brouzo statue will cost &::3COO more. 0GS 0 43-Special: Agents are located at all principal points through Florida, wb r.

\', At Old Windsor, England, a royal tapestry Aching Sides anti Back Hip Kidney and Uterine information&: -.-tate-rooms obtained.and bertha oecnred in advance from JackscuTill and FernaiwBa* ca-**.

f: works has straggled. on for. a number of Pains, Rheumatic, Sciatic Sharp and Weakening JtarTnlnn from F P.. & N. R'y. mn directly to ehip'a aide at Fe aodil1L
eat.but (300,000) has beenwound Pain., n..Uevedlnone minute by tbe Curticura An .Any farther from
(.t'. 1 i after losing 2 information can be obtained Ha,
ti-Vain! Plaster. The first and only'instantaneous Jaelsonntte
J. M. and Hogan street,
r The of this CUTLER Passenger Agent, corner Bay
products factory ."
.4 up. pain.killing strengthening plaster. 5 cents fAn G. B. HUBBY, Agent, Fernaudina, 11s.H..H. .
i:::. have been severely criticised for attempting for $1.00.. At druggists,.or of POTTEB DBDO'AND RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent. .
w to p' "in tapestry the "effects of a realistic CHEMICAL('0., Boston. '

i painting.' by Pimples Ounces, blackheads SOAP.;. chapped and oily skin cured" s. u. R.Ct.y. C B. MALLORY & CO.. General Agents, Pier 20 E. R HEW TOES

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'p3 Y? FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY.,. MAR. 7.-. 18S9. ," ,

;.;-, Sores,y Aches and Pains. .7

irbelt a hand red' bottles of sarsaparilla or other .' c. JHardware. :aEOTOB., SORGHUMEVAPORATORS:

specifics fail to eradicate in-born ecrof- ',; t: '_ .. .-'
JVor blood poison, remember that B. : '
t ontafttra '
f$0 tank Blood Balm) has gained many thou. Tuti's PillsTORPID -,?': ;'4 : S -,. .: and .
P-7 jctories,in as many seemingly incurable iunees .. : .
Send to the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga.. .
1S Boot of"Wonders,"and beconrinced. It isTBTO .

t' "ty'only V ifcxwer.BLOOD Howtll's PURIFIER.X Koad, Ga.. writes -I FOR LIVER. > '=' General Produce

Jg'aflUcted nine year with sores. All the medl. .
VI T cult take did me no good. I then tried'B. A torpid liver deratt; the whole system ,. .. <=c> MILLS
.p, fret and*bottles cured me Bound.5 ." and producesSic ,
4 )trio'' 8- & Wilson, Hound Mountain, Texas: MERCHANT.
UI"A lady iriend of mine was troubled with Headache ---iI. And Syrup Makers'
a 4 wWtts and pimples on her face and neck. She took Supplies.
wF' ,: tbree bottles of B. B. B.,and her skin got soft and Dyspepsia, Costiveness Rheu- 3Ielbourne. Florida 4 4
1 pimples disappeared, and her health imFJS -
:: greatly"' matism Sallow Skin and tI'.2 .
;:ll BO,Worth, Atlanta, Ga., writes: "Some A. M. Hamilton & Co., For Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum '
There is .
*ago I ntrctd blood poison. 1 had no appe DO better remedy for these
'", y acs ear my digestion was ruined, rheumatism drew np common diseases! than Tntt'fl liver TrTUSYTTJiE. FLORIDA Grower's Guide, address, .. "..
Illt limbs.,o I could hardly walk, my throat was Pills,as a trial will prove. Price,:. c. :
Mcterized five times Hot Springs:; pare me no ben. = i
', eAt.-P4 my liCe was one of torture until I'gave B. Sold Everywhere. 14CfQ Wholesale Dealers in CHAP IAN & CO MADISOH DID

S. i :tn. a trial and, ..nrprbin as it, may teem,the ,
j,II of Ave botUes cured mea ." -- '- '. Indian River
(a -.y --- p Oysters THE
.. That Hacking Cough can be BO quickly: cured by = .
;. cjuioh's Cure. TVe guarantee it. Sold by Dixon& 1 FISH:
., onto TitusTille-, Fix I

N i t t'7'. Will TOO"suffer with Pyppepm and Liver Comvlaiotf CUr x Green Turtle and Game. AllTOHTICSELPSKIMMING ,

t Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure .
;' Joa. Sold by Dixon & Gray,Tit svUle, Fla. CD All orders"'i11I"t'cei\t! prompt and careful attention .
= ,
\ whether by telegraph,
Sleepless nights, made miserable by that terrible letter or person. 1.AGENTS.aD "
4 1cDgb.. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold FIT. S j .

< fcyDiion &: Gray. Titusrille, FJa.I : m make profit&selling 5.OO per our AND

W I Catarrh cured,health and good breath fWcnrt'lt, tI'.201 )!lor. low We beat .the
t fcy Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Va When I CURE I do + price 4
I say not mean merely to IU DLUSII *UOTOfJll.U-u'ATnrf: ,
: iojectcr free. Sold by Dixon k GMT, Titn>-Tille. Stop them for time an-1
hive them re : *\i x 10f, Embossed paddi-a sues Koid edtrts,extra Perpetual Evaporators'AND
Ha, turn again. I MEAN A RADICAL; CURE. 0 sion clasp, holding a2 pages of Cabinet and Caru
for lame back side or chest,use Shiloh's Porous I have made the disease of L. pictures, tnt for $l.w,rttajls for 52.25: ; bound silo
pjMter. Price 25 cents. Sold by Dixon & Gray in Japanese 3Ioro'co. Illustrated circulars FCEL .
Fla. FITS, EPILEPSY or O ot the above and 'I. ';''' THE .
jitairille -I OF'ineinnati. ;;,:2r
Shiloh's Coagh and Consumption Cure i* sold "bf'\;**Je. :''E&A L 9 UST"IJ"i *
tr us on a guarantee. It cures consumption FALLING SICKNESS, Ll r _( : .y,
Dixon*Gray, Titusnlle, Fla A lifelong study. I WARn "T my remedy to arT double their money Improved Victory Cane Mill .{
i SUloh's Vitalizer is what you need for constipa CURE the worst cases. Because others have 0 s .! ,1.is' ;elinsonr! BRASS'
lion loss of appetite, dizziness and all symptom failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure. x CorrugatediiEFLSSS OUR SPECIALTIES.Also
4 of DyspepJia. Price 10 and 75 cents! per bottle Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE ':} SAFEFf .
4 Sold by Dixon k Gray,Titnsville, Fla. of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Expressand Oo, ,
t0 Post Office. It costs you nothing for a Can hp sold in every family Gives Portable! Soda Fountains.
Croup Whooping Cough and Bronchitis iram trial, and it will cure you. Address 8 ?If're l-r"t:: then tbr dUtely relieved by Shiloh's Cure. Sold Ly Dixon ; Y Full si/el Lamp sent by Express for
Jt Gray,Titusnlle, Fla.Worth H.C. ROOT, rfl.C.. 183 PEACLST.. .NnvYCl11C. thirty tenfVo also\ hate the beds ?; .. Prices Low and Gocils Guaranteed. '
--- -- -- '-' Umc C'orr..eof.. in the U. S.
-- IiJ
:, : : ; .
: bYl'C ';fit semi for illustrated circulars to

W. H. Morgan merchant, Lake 1'' i 7
YOt City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold, 1 l
attended with a distressing Cough and 1cD Geo. E. Chase, 0 KA&TEKXHAIRDHESSING f

s. running into Consumption in its first :;; SALOON.If .

stages. He tried many so-called popular 5Q

1 cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Ship Chandler you want a clean and easy! shave, .
Was reduced in flesh had difficulty in
QYF As clean as barber ever gave,
breathing and was unable to sleep. Fi > ] Just call on me at my saloon,

ually tried Dr. King's New Discoveryfor UlS5 At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll .
and Vessle nil kinds
Consumption and found immediate i st rt$eras von Boj\t Supplies,
CHILLS & (EVER, Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks, cut and comb
hair with
\ICE relief, and after using about a half dozen DUMB AGUE titfl Canvass, Galvanized Wire your grace
and has hadno Fr7 To suit the contour of face '
bottles found himself well your
of Hope, all sizes, Tents, '
return of the disca:e. No other rem rk1Jw Spruce Ladders, To you I'll give a good shanijxm, -

11r edy can show so grand a record of curesas IU ct:> Q Copper Paints, gal's, 1-2 gal's, qts. The art ot'whicli is known to few. 4 4

Dr. King's New Discovery for Con Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal's,qh,ltS. My sd sor's
Oils and Leads, all kinds.F. : harp, my razor's li'en.
Guaranteed to do what pd '- 4
sumption. = My shop is a ways'neat and clean
Trial bottle free at
RID' is claimed for it. And everything I'm sure you'll find,

Dixon & Benson's Drug Store,Titusville. a ?Il Idld a,,, t1 0 1-1 l-4 Io fact anything for Building orSailiap boats. To suit the taste and please the mind.

Renews IIer Youth. Hart's Block, SO East Kay St., And noto all who patronize intend,

Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay LIPPMAN'S PVRAFUGE 13 9pj Q lTI JACKSONVILLE FLA. Just come along and bring your friends,

tells the following remarkable IS CALLED THE And I assure I will
J Co., Iowa, ertd- J --- -- ------- you try
story, the truth of which is vouched for Wonderful Chill and Fever Expeller My very best to satisfy: may; i

by the residents of the town: "I am 73 It crrrs the chills and fever, tones np the system, '} 4f
old have been troubled with kid- strength and health to the .HEFtt t
years .jives an apjKtitc bricsiDS If any dealer Bays he has the TV.L.Don tal
complaint and lameness for many sufferer. Shoes without name und price stamped Ui
ney the bottom, put him down aa a fraud.
years; could not dress myself without Lippman Brothers. 1CholesaleDrugtrists,
help. Now I am free from all pain and sole manufacturers and proprietors, Lipp- I

soreness, and am able to do all my own mann block. Savannah, Ga. fr e Y r

housework. I owe my thanks to Electric M Mdrf 1I! Ii !

Bitters for having renewed my youth, f ai ti

removed completely all disease and pain}'

', Try n bottle 50c.and 1 $, at all drug rnJrnJPrlck1y.Ash P-
.t< stores in Titusville and on Indian River go11

p NOTICE. ( Poke Foot,and Potassinm.) \ -

..wr I am,prepared with full set of tools CURES d r' =
for sinking: artesian wells. With mysmall crq :> 4 .

aar4:1ri i set'have sunk four wells 155 to SYPHILIS Q

'200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from t-I IY: :
Primary Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Srph-
pyIof 80,000, to 86,000 gallonsper day, from ilitic Eruptions Scrofula" and crofulons Ernp- iT 4\r
r two inch pipes. Have also a large set. tiona. Ulcers and Old bores. Rheumatism and M = = 0t
inch if all diseases of the! blood ; nil those that have
for sinking six to ten pipes, wan \ r
'ensdtti resisted other treatment yield steadily and surelyto
ted. Having ventured in the business; the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great > bIIj

i. purchased tools, and successfully obtained Blood Pan Ser. 1c s

itaDttl c full flowing wells I ak the patronageand L' =-! ,

influence of citizens and friends who SCROFULA pod 0:> i i W. L.> DOUCLAS

of appreciate my efforts and who want Is an impurity in the blood, r rodnc'ng Lumps or $3 SHOE FOR i
} ire 13. Respectfully, Swelling causing Unnning bores on the Arms, ItJ GENTLEMEN. 4
ttkfill ALBERT S. MAGRUDER, Legs, or Feet for the cure of which use P. P. P., -1o Jill HOME Best in the \rorl Rock Ledjre.XOTICC. the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these $. .OO GENUINE IIAXISKKI SHOE.
tIseases'yield readily to the power of P. P. P., 84.00 IIA ).SEWIU) "''':I.T SIIO -:'
giving new life and new strength. IS NOT FURNISHED S3.50 POLICE ANI FAR "':JS' SHOE.
> 83.50 YAI.U1. :MI OK.

Ntoo All persons concerned take notice that BLOOD POISON WITHOUT ONE. ,82.00 All and made?tl.7.in Congress UOYs, Button SCHOOL and Lace.SHOES

we, the undersigned and their associates, Cured In its worst form ; eonetiir in cams with HD.Q 17O SAVANNAH, Gn-, NOT. 1, 1888.Znrtj W. L. DOUGLASS3
intend<< to apply to the Legislature i of Ervsipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain Thousand Southern Homes mado ,
Florida: at their next general session i end; given np by tie physicians. In fame ca-es a-i!'i'y with fine Instruments since 1S7O, SHOE FOR
for the of Act for the following Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was amass Lt uud sill the good work goes on. LADIES.
passage an of corruption; a bottle cf P. P. j P. Wa3procured :.(jao Piano and Organs sold lust year. Best :BTaterlal. Best Style. Best FJtUD:. ,
and the disease flI'C = U[ not sold by dealer, write
' pnrpose: : yielded quickly. your
! r oUOoar mark for this year.Lower lrices; TV' L. DOUGLAS B1COCKTOX. MASS
# 1st. To declare them a body corporate, JJ.;':UT Instruments; Easier Terms and
w RHEUMA greater Inducements will gain us this in- FOR SALE BY
nnder the name of the "Banana Creek croa: :.ed hale.

Improvement Canal and Transit Com horhnnds of Homes' yet nnsnpplied with P
And in all Affections of the Blood.P.P.P.stands 'J C. J. HECTOR
Instruments that might today be enjoying
pany. and unrivaled and of its ,
alone some cures are .
= tin-in through our easy system ofeeltIng.C.tsII
YI 2nd. For a charter to open Banana really you wonderful.If suffer from anything like Syphilis,Scrofula Iftj to pay down not needed. We haveA Melbourne. Fla.
Creek by dredging and removing obstructions ,Blood Poison, Ulcers, Old Sores, Rheumatism 0 -' l'Lby which, WITHOUT RISK,anyone 4
to and make the same or any disease of the blood, be sure and QS ran obtain n.n Instrument of any tyle 4
give P.P. P. a trial. or Price making either 3IONTI1I.Y: XOT1CE.
thereby navigable by steamboats, and to P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium QU\KTEKl.Y or YEARLY PAY3IENTS 4
t dig a canal or inlet from said Banana )is no secret patent medicine like the many until paid for, meanwhile enjoying use of Is COUNTY COURT, Whereas, Par- J
I t,7 t- Creek on the market. Its formula is on every bottle, tt o Instrument. Dade County,. Fla. } thenia F. Dim- '
into Mosquito Lagoon, thereby
thus giving a guarantee of its purity and wholesomeness Xo extortionate prices. No Risk. No Forfeiture -
supplying said creek with salt water and that no other blood purifier docs give. r to of all cash paid if Installments cannot ck has applied for Letters of Administration t
thereby actually draining and reclaiming be promptly paid. Contract perfectly cum testament annexo on the
Lippman Bros.. Wholesale Druggists. pole manufacturers F\iil and EQUITABLE. protecting purchasers -
much land now overflowed and value and proprietors, larpman block, Savannah from all imposition or loss. estate of Moore W. Dimick, deceased,

less. The said corporation to receive Ga. S5: Write us and we will point out the way to late oftsaid county of Dade: TheM are,
therefor the alternate sections of public --- -- --- -- ------ therefore, to cite and admonish all and
get n fine Instrument Easily and at a Low
lands on either side of the routes made Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888. singular the kindred and creditors of said

navigable by them for six miles, and, deceased to be and appear before this
also, the submerged lands so actually SCOTT'SEIULS ........ IJpttcr than any before offered. Prices Court on or before tile 18th day of)March.

", drained and reclaimed bv them in townships j Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIALOFFERS A. D. 1889, and file objections, if any s

1, 21 and 22 in Brevard county, Flor- B ........ : they have, to the granting letters as ;, tl ;

} f ida, and also the exclusive right to op- = Upright Piano only $200 aforesaid, otherwise the same will be

crate barges and steamboats in the waters ON : granted as prayed.
. ; ....*
% Octaves-Overstrung Scale-Three t
00 Witness name a* County Judge of
0T: 1.. w made navigable by them, includinA't Strings-R e\Tood-Full1' Guaranteed my
e right to charge toll therein and also CD CO Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,S600. he county aforesaid this 21st day of i t 1

the exclusive right to fish for profit and OF PURE COD LIVER OIL \.a Parlor Organ. only $65Four January,} .889. ;

1 plant oysters in said Banana Creek and Psa ALLEN R HEY SER, I
, !!m HYPOPHOSPHITZS Sets Reeds-11 Stops-Coupler-
: dl wfcs.
the County\Judge.
I'.t head of Banana River, when soPARKER'S Handsome Case. Catalogue Price,$ O o. ..

4 d .i salted by them. Almost as Palatable as Milk.So tjc Stool,Cover,Instructor,Music Book
if'ti. ROBERT MORROW, and all Freight Paid. NOTICE. ,
that it be taken
dUgnlscd can ,
!e S. H. RAY, digested, aDd assimilated by the most =:> Other Sptcivl Offer just as good. Largcti Slot All persons h3\"in .clalms against the 4
::1.c' J. M. Dixox, tttiultiw tomach, when the plain oil Son!* to choose from. TES GRAND MAKERS.S& ; estate of Susan P. Kiissell] late of Dre-
. f"i .', R. F. GRAY cannot be tolerated; and by the com '-- ) Different Sty'fs. Gin tutt all buyers. Write .
yard Florida.' decea eilw-are here- i
oination of: the all with the'hypopho (or cab IJgUQ,circular and Free Copy of WIT new county.
e :'t.lJ F. B. SACKETT thite* 1* mach more'cmeac1oua. pnotrSharp*and Flats"giving full and vatualte by required to present them,properly
;; i---I-60 days. MAX J. HoECK. Bemarb1tJe as a ,flesh producer. .- information. authenticated. within the time ,prtrscrib- j
:. -- : ed by law to the Honorable .Miner S. ;'
while It.
Persons gila rapldl tales REMEMBEROUR
LOW PRICES. ones. County Judge of aid comity.or 4
. a : HAIR BALSAM SCO EMULSION is acknovledgedlrjPhysicians CUR EASY TERMS. to the undersigned or this notice will

the popclar favorite for dressing to be the Finest and Best preparation "-- OA'E PRICE ONLY land in bar of ,payment: and nil per-
the hair, Restoring color when in the world for the relief and cure of : i'. i-:: l'4 4 HANDSOME ocrr rrr, onsindebte to said estate are]rt'qnlred
lMDdrulf.IS -
Ktmy aDd prerenttng BEST IXSTIUHJ s :'t s! ,
t&, CONSUMPTION SCROFULA 3. to make immediate settlement Jwithndersigned. the
cleanses the scalp stops : AJ..t. rREiGirr r-; >
hair falling and Is sore to please DEBILITY WASTING ? .
4 4 -
80&and at Druggists.HINDERCORNS. : : : : _, 1. r\TS'rU7 A1 .
$1.00 : r ,
DISEASES, :EMACIATION, ,:' : : ?, ( SfOXF.T S1TEP ." '7 1 s. If.RAT,

t COLDS. and CHRONIC COUGHS. ,, .., ,, .:y.-: ...". ,." :0-[ r > r-.2' n.., D rtrt -: .," ... (-... Administrator ot the e&tatofcof Susan
and '-_ '* *1 r..,.* :::. 11 t _. .; r.l ussell deceased Titnsville Florida
'. ,,oaeet and bestcare for OorniiBnnIoiML Sao. The grtat remedy for CbnAonp&xn, : '. *" < *- 'i.{&* ,I :t A 3 ;;l. H
; :
v'j b-Wheat.. Data.u-ceu.as Ensures comfort t...,, to the feet&'KeTetIliscoi Co,K Y. !yCIIfing in Children. Sold by aU Druggists*' << ? /_ $* \I' : :: ::; jJ J5 r;:: !:. f;: {"; .. Jan. 18th, ]889: ? '

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i f LOCAL LACOXICS.Mr. -Capt. Rice'has just purchased another Mims. .; ,; p' : ,., ;.r5 .""'.

... new buggy, so now he is nicely equip- Miss Launie Harrison is spending the : '
r i" .- H. J. Tiffin of Courtney, was :< ,; .7.{ : :
week in Titusville.
in town on Monday.Mr. ped for those wishing to enjoy a drive or
o. in the The Misses Lucille and Daisy Dickinson -
can carry parties anywhere coun-
'" : A. L. Hatch, of City Point, was of Aurantia were down on a visit
'in town Monday for a short while.Mr. t try upon short notice. last week and attended the sociable.

J. H. Sams, our county school -Quite a pleasant party gathered together There is to be a lunch party at the
at the residence of Mrs. M. P. school house Saturday evening March HAll
in town this week.
superintendent, was
Robbins on Monday evening, when singing are cordially invited to attend. The
-We received a pleasant call Tuesday and instrumental music was entered ladies propose to make it an enjoyable The Peoples's Cash Bazar .

morning from Messrs. Carter and Curtiss, into with great zest. evening for those who attend.

of Merritt. Mr. C. C. May, wife and daughter )
-Yesterday Messrs. Robbins & Gra-
Miss Annie Day Miss May Clark and
of Indian River ,
The regular meeting !
ham concluded a sale of i number of Mr. Meade who have been stopping at

** Lodge will be held Saturday evening, town lots to )[r. J. T." Small, Lewiston, the Hiawatha awhile, are on a trip down.

the 16th inst. Me., who is on a visit to Indian River the river before returning home. Theyare On Corner next to Railway Depot TitnsYille.
o expected back this week and will ,
-Miss Launie Harrison, of Mims. with a party of his friends. The bulk of ,

came to town on Monday, and is staying these lots are located on Main street, in probably leave again Monday.Our .

with Mrs. Lowden.Mr. 0 Robbins & Graham's addition. Real assistant postmaster was a little For Cash-Button hole twist lc., full 100 yd.; black silk thread 3c.; spool cotton .
surprised at the unexpected appearanceof 2c.; best brass pins 4c.; American pins l\c. pkg.; socks 4c. up; flood note paper,
and Mrs. D. L Gaulden took a estate begins to boom again. the Postoffice Inspector one morninglast 6 sheets, lc.; black ink 3c.; best machine oil 3c.; hammocks 80c. to$1:32sciss ors 4<:.

trip Rockledge on Saturday,returningto -Mr. Hutchinson has the new hotel week. By identifying himself, her to 32c.; whisk brooms 5c.; suspenders, 12 to 20 c.; Island City knitting cotton 2 Ic.; i

town on Monday. lathed on the outside ready for. the coat-, books were presented for inspection, Flannel Shirts from 75c. to $1.25; crochet quilts, bed spreads button, bustles,stationery ,

of which when will which, though not perfect, were in very blacking-brushes, towels napkins, cartridges, in fact, anything you want, :
Money Money Money II to ing plaster, applied good order-so said an outsider who saw at the People's Cash'Bazaar cheaper than you ever bought before. c
'loan real to Robbins be marked off in blocks to represent a I the .
on estate. Apply inspector.The Men's Undershirts from 20c. to 40c. .
stone structure. This idea is a novel
& Graham, Titusville.. social at the Hiawatha was a most I
one here, and no doubt will make a !
River: Fronts for sale on easy terms enjoyable affair. Games were played un- ..
wooden frame building a very durable til the envelopes containing ties were
for cash. See A. V. Hiscock, Georgiana,
and lasting one, as it is protected on the distributed among the gentlemen, then
Fla. He means business.Mr. .. the work began. It was quite amusingto t
inside as well as outside with plastering,
of Oak Hill see the in which most of them .
G. :M. Magruder way
keeping the rain and moisture of the at-
held their work but it i
I finally was com- I
was in town Tuesday, coming down with from the wood.
mosphere decaying pleted, and could not be decided between
his fast sailboat, the Hero. .I .Mr. E. T. Redding, of Titusville, and t
-Mr. R. W. Baxter, chief clerk and -
Messrs. Orlando Quarterman and of Mr. F. M. Ward, of .Mims. It was at last F.. G-a UC AeA f
accountant ,
contingencies, government
decided by the ladies wearing the
wife and Geo. Quarterman are in town
finance department, Ottawa Canada, aprons drawing straws and Miss Mabel
this week from the Banana. who has been stopping at Mrs. L. H. Roberts, whose apron Mr. Ward hemmed, (Formerly] of the firm of Huckabay & Budge,)

-Oyster shell lime of A 1 quality is Decker's for over two months, left for drew the prize. fs

offered for sale by J. S. Watson of El Jupiter on the steamer St. Lucie, yes r Stock of J
A Correction. ill Open a Large :
Dora Price furnished on application.The terday, accompanied by Mrs. Baxter.On .
Editor Florida Slur:
steamer White started down the their return journey they will
We noticed in the Melbourne News of
river yesterday to take the place of l.he stop over for a day or so at several pointson 28th ult. complaints of several merchantsin Furniture and Bedding :

steamer Cleo, which is temporarily dis- Indian River. We have no doubt regard to the steamboat service, in

abled. they will have a pleasant time during which they mention unjust discrimination -

their towards Melbourne. This is all folly,
"Jonathan and His Continent our trip-weather permitting.The as no such intention exists with the In January at their old] stand, and solicits the patronage of all his

continued article from the pen of Max steamer S. V. White has Steamboat Company. If Melbourne friends on the river. 3G'I

ORell, will be fouud this week on pages commenced running between Daytonaand wants tourists, etc., to stop there, they
make their attractive and
3, 4 and 6. this place making three trips place 1l
then thoroughly advertise. 'Tis impossible -
Two thousand choice two-year old per week, leaving Titusville, Mondays, for the Steamboat Company to make WE CALL THE ATTENTION

4" Tangerine orange buds, and ten thousand Wednesdays and Saturdays ; returningfrom their patrons lay off at any town they

other orange buds for sale by E. S. Wiley, Daytona Tuesdays, Thursdays and wish, and as regards through tickets to Of the people of Indian River to our stock of Good, S
Jupiter, is there any transportation com- which we are offering at very close margin.We .
r Sundays. The steamer is under the
pany in the United States that does not make a specialty of
thousand vegetable crates, octa- command of Capt. Joe Smith, one of the give reduced fares for'limited round trip JGroceries

and for sale by T. Hatchett oldest and most popular steamboat cap- tickets? The Steamboat Company can't
gon square
tains in the whole State. As soon as the afford to discriminate against any com- Grain Hay and Flour :
& Co., Titusville, cheaper than ever sold munity; it must work for the interestsof
the become
people along route acquainted -
before on Indian River.J. the whole river. It would! be as reasonable ,

.- A. Durst, of Crescent City, the with the schedule we believe the for the citizens of Titusville to On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of t
White will do a prosperous business. complain because the trains make close I
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor-
connection with the steamers and don't GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS ETC.
ida, is now operating in Titusville. For -Judge Jones returned last Saturdayfrom make tourists stop over here. f

information, address box 211. a trip to Albany, Georgia, at which As regards the new steamboat line that Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly to

-The new city wharf will be about place his sister resides. On his steppingoff some talk has been indulged in; this is their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low. I
the train he was quite astonished at all folly. It was started by some person We will be pleased to quote prices at any time. C
the I last of the week. Messrs.
completed that has personal grievances, real or imaginary -
China and Redding have done a good the many questions asked by his friends and. knowing the little local 1 jeal- E. L. BB.AD-Y-. :
piece of work. about his trip to Washington and about ousy that does exist, has taken advantage -

the inaugural arrangements for :Monday, of it, but no business man will allow --- -- td
:-Mr. H. C. Starck, of Malabar, was occasioned the item himself to be made a tool of in this man-
by our printing pub-
in town Monday, perfecting his final ner.Ve are not able as yet to start another ROBBINS & GRAHAM
lished in the Times-Union by his old ,
proof also Messrs. A. Bolton C. W. line. Let well enough alone. Our 1
; I
friend Jay, who is city editor of the transportation men are improving their
Bolton and J. T. Bassett.
above-named newspaper. Judge Joneswe service every year and we expect to see Ya
-The Rev. Dr. Benedict, of Cincinnati think, will be particular about the crop of Indian River landed in New
will conduct services at the Episcopal saying "going up the road a little way" York little time in four to remedy days. It the may little take troubles some i REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. :

church on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, after this-especially to a gentleman now existing in the arrangements of the

and also in the evening at 7:30. connected with the press railroad and steamboat companies, but

-Married at the residence of thebrides Captain Watson is the right man in the \
-J. M. Hawthorne, Esq., founder of I right place, and, given time he will so LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. -.
at Waveland
parents, by HarryW. the thriving town of Hawthorne, in regulate the affairs in this direction as to d

Richards, Esq.Ir.. Thomas J. De Ala hua county, this State, has had his be satisfactory in the highest degree to Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent t

11 Steuben of Fort Pierce, to Miss :MaryJ. all parties. INDIAN RIVERITE.Absolutely .
large, choice body of hammock land, Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent c

Stypman.The near Mims, surveyed and platted into in twelve months.

people of Indian River who grow five and ten acre lots, and is at present Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000.

cabbage and vegetables of all kinds, and engaged in extending his ditches for the Business lots from $250 to $2,500. 1

pine-apples, can save money by sending purpose of drainage on the property. He

their orders for crates to T. Hatchett & has placed the property in the hands of Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands .;

Co., Titusville. Messrs. Robbins and Graham, who will s wucyr

Messrs. Turner and Gardner have be pleased to quote prices and terms on ROYAL Rowvi8tnunwrt& More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every t

formed a co-partnership, and will builda the various lots. These gentlemen have county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable I

roomy store next to the photographic also secured the services of Mr. Harry Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre and

gallery to continue the business lately Roberts, who resides in the immediate upwards. 1

introduced by Mr. Turner. neighborhood, and who will be pleasedto P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida. '

-Mr. and Mrs. Counor, of Trenton explain to prospective settlers the t

N. J., who have been visiting Lake peculiar advantages of this choice bodyof I .r A. A. STEWART GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM. ;
land and point out those lots adaptedto
and other Indian River
Worth places on Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. M. DBREYARD .
returned to Ti u vine the end of last the particular needs of those who desire c

week and left for their home a good tract of land either for groveor
I train, Tuesday.Our vegetable farm. The whole body is .1
well adapted for either but the 4KIf10
mail facilities north continueto purpose, Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands In lire f
experience of Mr. Roberts in agriculturein '
improve almost every month. The yard county Florida. ,1
this vicinity will be valuable in selecting -
latest is the advept of a mail on the evening -
a lot for a particular purpose. For Titles Examined and Perfected.Box i
freight and passenger train, arriving

about eight o'clock. We now have a further particulars address Robbins and POWDER 25O, Titusville, Fla. [
Graham, Titusville ; or Harry Roberts,
double daily mail, coming in aud going 'r.;

north. Pure. PORTER & POTTER Under and b' virtue of a decree Issuing r Jt;

-Captain and Mrs. Hawley and Missy Exhibition of Florida Product *Thi.powder never varies. -A marvel of purity out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial t.}
Gardner! expect to make a visit of abouta 3altS. strength wbolesomeueBs.. More economicalthan Circuit of Florida,in and for BreTard f f"
the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold '
week to St. Lucie and the lower riverin A and office competition with the multitude of low test short county, in a certain cause therein depending -
large light roomy having weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only incans wherein James T. Small i* complain
the sloop Minnehaha. They startedon been furnished and fitted up in the Royal Baking Powder Co.. 10S Wall Street, Real Estate Dealers I ant and Jessie T). Trafibrd and Alfred H. rS
If blessed with building next to the Indian River Bank New York II
Tuesday morning. II I Trafford are defendants, I will, as Master ;1
4 fine weather they will have a most en- L'itusville, an appeal is made to the citi- J. PRITCIIARD President. I in Chancery, sell at public outcry to the
time.Those zens of Brevard County to contribute W. M. BROWN,Cashier. Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. : highest and best bidder, for cash, on Monday
joyable good; specimens of their products which the first day April, the same bein t

who attended the "Rainbow will be tastefully arranged, with the INDIAN RIVER BANK the first Monday in the month avd a legal Ii:
name and residence of the exhibitor at- sale day, between the legal hours of Bale,
Social" last Friday evening, at the tached. Some one acquainted with the FOR SALE.A in front of the Court House door in the town

Hiawatha, Minis, report a very: pleasant merits of the different localities in the Tifusville, Florida.A tract of land on IndianRiver in the of Titusville, Florida, the following de- t

; time. .{he first prize in the sewing competition county will be constantly in charge to GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN county of Brevard, consisting of 88.. scribed real estate., to-wit: All of lot one
was awarded to Mr.' F. :M. entertain visitors and care for exhibits, SACTED. acres; it being lot tio.3, and south half (1) of Block "L," and the west half of lot
; which will be returned to owners when of the northeast quarter of section 35, one ((1)of block eleven ((11)), said lots being
Ward: of Mims. desired. Col. Milton Grover has chargeof Exchange bought and sold. Special and and lot No. 3, being the southwest quarter situate in the town of Titusville: and are
attention given to collections. Loans the
prompt shown
'There is plenty of railroad iron on the enterprise, and will spend muchof negotiated on first mortgage for Savings of the northwest quarter of section more clearly particuiarly made by
of said of Titusville
his time in traveling through the Banks,Corporations and Individuals. Inter map town
36 both in township 31 south 39
' range
the end of the railroad wharf at thispIllet' est allowed on time deposits. one J. Francis LeBaron. and now on recordin
State to attract to Brevard east. This is a very desirable piece of
the Clerks' office of reTard county,
some of it being for the Melbourne county. It is desirable to make the show Advances made upon available collateral. hammocks soil of rich quality, suitable!r l
Florida with all the appurtenances
Approved business pa discounted.. together
and Atlantic Railroad and some creditable to this section, and it rests Drafts on all parts of Europe. for the raising of all tropical fruits. Is thereunto belonging or in anywise ap }
for the Jupiter and Lake Worth Rail- with the citizens to do so by contributing Business done,at Jacksonville rates. situated at the Narrows, near Enos post- pertaining. Terms cash. 4
specimens of all kinds of fruits Every favor consistent with sound office. Will sell for cash. For A. U.
road. The Rockledge takes down a vegetables banking cheerfully extended. cheap Dated this 23rd day of February,
portion .
curiosities, plants, varieties of particulars address 1889.
of that for the M. & A. R. R.. nearly. wood, and, in fact, anything which Jacksonville CORRESPONDENTS Fla.; The:Bank Seaboard.of Jacksonville National, E. M. LOW, WALTER S.GBAHA*.

every day. ? would be of interest to visitors. Bank New York 23 Sept. 3. Brockton. Mass Master in Chancery, Brevard Co,Th.T .

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