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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 14, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Cocoa. Mr. C. K. Maddox, of Atlanta, Ga.,, Melbourne. Among the callers last week was ::\Ir.T. The Mary B. took on a load of toma-

IIr.Titusville. A. A. Taylor made a flying visit arrived at City Point some days ago. He John R M. Hodgson,Esq.,was in town P. Wallace, from Marion, O. )Ir. toes, turtle and other greens on the 8th,

:10 last Friday. came to look after his fine grove and to Friday on business. Wallace has spent five or six winters on and started for the inlet en route for

: attend to the shipment of his Indian River and has Indian- Jacksonville.
}Ir., E. P. Porcher has just planted a oranges.He Capt. Hassler's steamer, the Annie H., a place at tr

i':. 'arge variety of fruit trees on his grove was warmly welcomed by his many is posted for: an excursion to Titusville ola, on Merritt's Island, which he is con- There was a party given by the young ,

\1'jtO) >art ey.I.f friends. and return for only $2.50. vertihg into a comfortable winter home. folks at the east side residence of David

Linton Usher and Mr. Charles Mr. Jim Banks, formerly Atlanta,, He was accompanied by a party of ladies Brown on the night of the 1st,which wasa
)[r. The weather fqr the past week was de
Ga., now of City Point, is just learning and gentlemen, who had secured enjoyable affair.
'f Vjgerton: Of Kansas City, paid Cocoa a lightful enough to make a man thank very
how "to sail the He .is Capt. Hildreth's little steamer City of
\ :visit last week. ocean so suspi- God that he lives in Florida.Mr. County Commissioner A. :M. Fields, of
' cious of foul winds foul from his Columbus for the trip. The party visited I
or play
Juno and E. Webster of Waveland /
:, afternoon service held ar-
V eras .
< 'The usual H. E, McMillan has thoroughly
Mr. D. H. Valentine's
little craft Daisy that he will not pleasant
: ven- rived from Miami on the 1st. as also
three o'clock in the up
; Sunday at p. m. repaired and painted the Breeze aqd will
! : .oa home and also visited Melbourne Beach.
,
ture out on water of a depth of more
' did Ned Brown of Palm Beach and Jas.
,
=;} :Episcopal church. than have her in commission in a day or two. Landing at the railroad wharf a few
four feet, for he says walking is not Kinsley, of Juno.P. .
'Rev. Mr. Temple preached in Hill's good in water over four feet deep. Mr. W. H. Adams has received his appointment minutes' walk brought them to the At-
Lennon and II. C. Priest arrived k
\ Sunday morning and evening, clerk the lower lantic where short time :
;t gjll on as postal on a was spent
The engine for the large steam launchof from Miami on the 5th bringing the
:: jad pleased' all who heard him. river route vice Mr.\ R. S. Dickens, re- strolling on the beach and "gathering up ,
: Mr. Usher of Kansas City, who hasa county books and other paraphernalia of
" \ ", H. J. Tiffin, of Courtney, enter- signed.Mr. the shells on the seashore." 4
Jlr. lovely winter home at City Point, arrived i the county-seat with them, and hereafterthe

:,.:'.:" dined a party of friends at dinner, on a few days ago. The boat builders, Jeremiah K. Martin left on a Lenten service was held at the Churchof county-seat of Dade county is Juno, ,

(.t.*,! fianday, at the Hotel Indian lliver.Jlr. Joiner & Booth, are busily engaged in northern trip on Monday. N. Downey the Holy Trinity on Sunday. The at the head of Lake Worth. .... a
,-f* has fine also took a trip to Titusville at the same "Te Deum Laudamm" was beautifully
LaRoche some specimens putting it in the launch, which has just A. C. More and Ashton Gary, after
skulls and other relics secured been taken out of the and in time., rendered by the choir. Dr. DuBose's :
..',i: af Indian shop put having spent about two months here in

, i...... ton one of the mound down the river. the water off Mr. Stiling's wharf. She is The last of the rails for the Melbourne farewell sermon was very impressive. After hunting, fishing and otherwise taking in -

" 1\\ Courtney is to have a new grocery a real beauty, and does credit to l\IrsHs. and Atlantic Railroad were delivered on service, on every hand were heard all the enjoyments of this section, left on

. "i' stDrtThe goods have already arrived Joiner & Booth. the railroad dock on Saturday night. If expressions of regret over the departureof the 7th for their Georgia home, but intend i

',A and Mr. Courtier will reach there in a On Friday afternoon :Mr.: A. F. Lap- the party who is to furnish the ties will the family. Dr. DuBose, Mr. W. II. to spend some time on the B. I. R.

::; few days and open up his stock. bam! and Mrs: Harry Eyer in their yachts now come forward with the balance the and Miss May DuBose left on Mondayfor and elsewhere in this State before they
< Sewanee Tenn their connection with
"
,
road will be .
completed.A
Mr. II. .J. Tiffin is having new roads Restless and Pastime, sailed a party over soon the University of the South making it finally asportsmen up at home. They are keen

'' (along the river front.of his grove at to Rockledge. They landed first at the number of familiar and some strange imperatively for them to be so may be considered good .

i. Courtney, which will be covered with splendid orange grove of Senator Hardee Faces have been seen here lately. Mr. there on the 14th necessary inst. Miss May Iu- game themselves by any of the, ladiesof i

and sand making beautiful and walked down to Rock Ledge, stop- George W. Bristol, of Lake Worth, was the B. I. R., to whose tender mercieswe
ihell ,
Dose and Miss E. L. Fairbanks left at
) ping at each grove on the' road down. one of the number-jolly as ever and consign them.
X drive. the same time for the Island Grove of
The of Ex-Senator H. S. Williamswas beaming with smiles. George is an ever-
grove Of all our visitors, Majors II. C. Mc- I
': Miss Emma Thur by (the far-famed Maj. Fairbanks at Orange Lake, where
the last visited: and then the party welcome itor at our office. Donnel and J. B. of
Briggs, Kentucky,
';: songstress and her sister, Miss Ina they will remain a few weeks longer.
returned to their yachts, delighted with The Campbell Brothers' new boatPs'che are, perhaps, the most ardent fishermen,
Itursby, are on a visit to their brothers, The Dr. and his pleasant family leave
all they had seen. They were loaded launched and On
was successfully on they are having good success
I
Messrs. John and Louis Thursby, at behind a large circle of warm friends,
down with tropical fruits and fragrant Thursday last. She was out for a trial the 1st, with rod and reel, they caught
Merritt. whose sorrow at their departure is somewhat -
orange blossoms on their return to Mer- trip and developed good speed. She is seventeen blue-fish, the largest of which
-Irs. M. J. of Berlin Wis alleviated by the knowledge that
Pipher, ,
ritt. sharpie rigged. We think she could weighed eight and one-fourth pounds 1
"' J their winter home here has many attractions -
Cocoa
b.is the at
f *: spending season )Ir. W. V. Rhodes, the taxidermist at easily carry much heavier sail the next seven and a half and ten otherssix
Jacksonville last Friday. to for them, and will be gladdened; by
vent to
.....".. up friends and them down Rock Ledge, has some beautiful speci- The second lecture of the course un- their presence as early as possible next pounds each. The day before( that
meet some bring t
r mens which he lately shot and mounted. der the auspices of the Y. P. S. C. E. winter. they caught twelve pompano with rod

:. to the Indian River. Several small otters were captured near was delivered by Mr. E. P. Branch- and reel, and on the 5th :Maj. Briggs '

;' Judge J. T. Small, of Lewiston, )Ic., here last week, and when one of them subject, "Puget Sound to St. Paul." MELBOURNE BEACH IMPROVEMENTS. caught a nine and three-quarter pound

snd party, left for the north last Friday. died on Saturday -'1--r. "Rhodes took _him non The lecture was interesting, and we regret Mr. W. II. Glenn's lumber has arrived blue-fish the largest, probably, ever

They were all charmed with the Indian in hand to preserve and, mount. The that the audience was not large. and part of his house frame is up. Lumber caught in the lake. .

Rirer and promised themselves the plea- for Mrs Beaujean has arrived, also, '
other otters are well and as frisky as kit- Mr. C. J. Hector has the land already' .Atm adjourned meeting of the citizens -

sure of returning again next season.: tens. Capt. Schoonmaker, of this place, prepared and will set out upward of we hear held in the east side school house

The long-talked and much-needed has charge of them, and they are already 30,000 pineapple plants as soon as the :Mr.: R. II. Weed has taken charge of on the 4th, a Horticultural Society was

. f Episcopal church, which is to be built at quite tame. lIe feeds these amphibiouslittle season arri ve His store:; seems to be :Mr. C. J. Hector's peninsular propertySt. formed, with Rev. E. Gale as president,

:,' : Courtney, will soon be up now, as the quadrupeds upon raw meat and doing a rushing trade now. Both stores ( Kilda), and will begin clearing ten Capt. O. S. Porter vice-president, Geo. S.

. hAt of the lumber arrived a few days fish, and they do not seem to mind their and our meat market seem to have con- acres more for p'neapples, and also::; improve Rowley secretary, lIon. A. E. Heyser

/. : ago, and busy hands are at work upon captivity at all. siderable to do. the orange grove. treasurer and Dr. J. II. Brelsford, Capt.U. .

.. '':. building. The ladies of St. Michael's Church, Mr. G. Anderson, who spent several Capt. Wilcox is having his house lots D. Hendrickson and J. T. Ernest as

' .1 Rev. Dr. Hawthorne, of Atlanta, Ga., Cocoa, will meet at the church on Thursday weeks at this place, write from St. Lucie grubbed preparatory to erecting his resi- trustees.! A constitution was also adopted, '

' ;:: whose fame as an eloquent divine is almost afternoon during Lent, between the that he has succeeded in capturing a dence. An artesian well will probably'' after which a very interesting and in-

1 national, is resting and recuperating hours of two and five (standard time), to manatee weighing over 1,000 pounds. be put down soon, as the Captain is very structive talk was given by Prof. II. E.

, ."' at the Hotel Indian River. lIe make, sell and take orders for useful and Pretty big fishing that, even for a big favorably impressed with one he saw at VanDeman, Pomologist of the U. S. Department -

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\ preached, on Sunday; last, to a large and fancy apron All the ladies of Cocoa, man. Reckon he used:! something stronger McAllister's place at Eau Gallie. of Agriculture. Space would f 4
.' Rock and the Island cordially not allow the Professor's remarks to be
6E enthusiastic gathering Ledge.; Rockledge are than a trout rod-a rope net, perhaps. Visitors Melbourne Beach lately
invited to accept this invitation to joinus given at. length,but suffice it to say, they
will
Mr. J. Norwood's many friends Messrs. J. B. Terry, of Southold. L. I.; have been numerous. The party on the were favorable to Florida as a State
in work for the church. If our very
be glad to learn that he is no longer a our G. C. Adams, of Greenport, L. I.; JudgeIra City of Columbus on the 8th were Mr. and especially encouraging to this sec-
.
friends of other denominations are engaged -
lone old bachelor," for he arrived on II. Tuttle, of New York, and Messrs. and Mrs T. P. Wallace and daughter all the
in their church work and tion, and he promised to give us -
4; the Indian River with his bride from own Piper & Crawford, oil men from Pennsylvania Jennie, Marion: 0.; A. Hildreth and
aid of his department to help us developthe
<, Daytona, Fla., last week and they are cannot sew with us, we trust they will were among the pleasant call- wife, Columbus, O.; Eugene Fairfieldand horticultural resources: of this coun

':1 Dozily settled in his house at City Point. call upon us while at work and also encour-extendour ers last week. Messrs. Terry, Adams and daughter Alice, Marion, 0.; Mrs. C. try. A vote of thanks was given the
us by their presence."r e ::;
1 Next Sunday, March 17th services age invitation to the gentlemen. Should Tuttle go to Jupiter for some fishing, S. Burkholder, Chicago, 111; Mrs. John professor for his kindness in giving us

:\;; will be held in St. :Michael's Episcopal the meeting will then over to the Gulf Coast. Mr. Adams, Frash and son Eugene, Huntington, Ind.; the discourse, and also for his remaining
Thursday prove stormy in is much with :Mel- Mrs. Watt Watkins, Prospect, O., and G.
particular pleased
Benedict
church, at Cocoa, by Rev. Dr. be held at the same hour on Friday. over so as to be present with us at the
,4 at 10:30( o'clock a. m., Stan c ia.*,.J time. i bourne. Mr. Terry and family spent I lIetcalfIrs.. N. Crosgrove, Mrs. Josie meeting. A plate of very large, fine
The many friends of Mr. Orvie K. I last winter here. Wood worth and son. Miss McFarland. ,
'Afternoon service will also be held at guavas was exhibited by Dr. J. H. Brels- ,

'" I 1 three o'clock, on the same day, by Ite,. I Wood, jr., will learn with sincere regretof Captain Hector, ,on Friday last, tooka Melbourne, andon the 9th) W. I. Metcalf, ford, a big dish of ripe strawberries by

1 Dr.Benedict. I his death, which occurred on Tuesday party, comprising Dr. and Mrs. McCormick and family. Mr. Wallace is a prominent lIon. A. E. Heyser and a collection of !
of this week at half past three o'clock, Indian River
well
banker known
on ,
and Capt. Mrs. Hyman and other ladies early cabbage, turnips and other vegetables -
Mr. B.
: and Mrs. A. Hepburn beloved by .
lIe was a man
m. young He himself as much pleased
p.
and gentlemen from the Goode House to expresses by UeE.. IIey:er. There was a
Lawrence county,
: H. S. Hepburn, of St. Christian life was a
; all, and his pure ::; with :Melbourne Beach and he will
,
says
his trim Flirt. The and much interest shown. 1
Goat Creek on yacht attendance
and good
Peck House
.J Ir.Y., are guests of the his associates. lIe
: shining example to all ::; spend next winter there if he can get ac
Indian River day was beautiful and the party report The next meeting will be held on the
'.J expect to remain on the had long been a patient sufferer from I commodations.
its for some time. They, with Mr. M. B. V. that dread disease, consumption, but he having an elegant time. They called at 11th, at the same time and place.
t .
Jacob Wilder's and other places.
i ives and Capt. Co"ins, are taking a cruisedown was perfectly resigned to his fate, and Captain Lake Worth. Transportation facilities are not as

the river this week. his last words were full of hope and hap- They say there are some very pretty good as we were led to expect they would
and lands there and that Weather still pleasant.
"Promised Land." places good be about this time of the owing to
1-- of the year ,
LJ" Mr. Harrold Trower, of London, England py expectations Captain Wilder's home is especially fine.As Capt. Hammon_ arrived from the B. I. W.
of the J. T. & K.
Jacksonville is, His funeral will take place on Thursday the non-completion
from ,
at present has R with the Ina the 4th.
Wilcox on
before stated, Captain and much dissatisfaction
:. for the first time "taking in" the beauties morning at 10 o'clock from the residenceof road across from Jupiter, -

'. of Indian Ri, "er. He pronounces his father, Mr. O. K. Wood. Deepest had Surveyor Burchfiel running levels The :Mary B. came in from Jupiter has been expressed by our s
for the railroad to the beach. The height with load the 4th. visitors
and is extended to his parents and a on vegetable and fruit growers,
the sympathy
climate etc. perfect ;
:.> r: Caving scenery travelled, in, many, lands, his sister in their great loss by all who knew of the land above the water on the river Another hack was put on the Jupiterand i and everybody concerned. For some time

and loved Orvie. side is eleven feet-this being one of the Lake Worth route on the 5th. there has been rumors, and even yet all

, ;i praise is especially appreciated. lowest points on that shore for some dis The steamer Lake Worth made a trial the facts have not come out. Letters

: A jolly "donkey party" was enjoyed at JUliO Wins the Prize.To tance. From thence the land gradually and down the lake on the 6th. from railroad men in Chicago and else-

the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. A. the Editor of the Florida Star: ascends until, at the bluff on the seaside, trip up where have been received, and rumor has
;,1 F. Lapham on Friday night. The "tails" feet above the river or There were over twenty-five arrivalsat
; LAKE WORTH, March 7, 1889. it is twenty-one it that a subscription for a railroad was
Lawn House the two
'. Were all the walls and curtains The the new Oak past
the
. hung over "Erin Go Unum, E Pluribus JRraghf' twenty-four feet above ocean. started and over $20,000 subscribed before -

3 yRfif.F but the black donkey got a tail, for Pat Lennon-one won't Captain is having the land cleared as fastas weeks. one' of our millionaire citizens even
and Mrs. of Iowa the first. Three chairs No use trying to keep track of all the
. Hyman, hold him now. Lake Worth is victorious possible for a large pineapple patch, I got a chance to see the paper. Since then

ps- prize before the evening was over. i I in the county-scat war, and we all sing and also the streets and avenues, leaving arrivals and departures-too many of 1 matters have been kept very quiet, but

_ Thursday afternoon several ladies of Great credit is due the irre- oaks, myrtles, hickories, etc, occasion them. it seejns as if a scheme was on foot to
jubilate.
5; tfccoa and Rock Ledge met at the EPiscopal pressible Pat. As leader of the Democratic ally, for future shade trees. Fishing is i fine in the lake now, and build a railroad to commence at Jupiter

church, at Cocoa, and organized a. Club, he scored a clean miss, butas I II County Surveyor Burchfiel has been our many winter visitors are enjoying it with the Independent line of steamboats

,,:- "ewing society" for the benefit of the a county-seat mover, he made the possible I i. busy the past week platting various highly and to run, anyway, to the head of the

" They will meet every Tlrurschurch. ten. Backed by 107 voters, he tracts Melbourne Beach and completing E. B. Plunket has bought John Clem- lake, and possibly down the west side as 1

..,;:A !day afternoon. A cordial invitation is charged on the 3Iia-mite and now thesouthenders i the grade line of the railroad. Mr. enson's mule, and will use him in hand far as Lake Worth,or even Palm Beach,

.- rtltended to all to come and help in the in the shoe-string county Henry Whiting's tract has been laid out ling vegetables.Work the charter to cover the right of exten-

. good work. feel smaller than ever, and as sore as aredbug in lots and streets to correspond with the has commenced on the Episcopal sion to Miami or further at a late day. ;

tract. Lines have It is to be hoped that rumor will soon ,
bite. Railroad Company's Church, C. C. Haight being master only "
Some
j Yorkers are .
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very Hotel The Devil is said to have remarked, been established of the lots of R. W. I mechanic in charge. develop into full-fledged facts before
popping for a few days at the andMissCum- In the meanwhile mule and ox
jdian River. :Mr. and.Mrs.V when Thad Stevens was announced, Beaujean, Mr.GlennMrs. t W. A. Hardin took a load of tomatoes I long. ,
They are him some and Miss White. Mr. John Hen- teams will be put on and freight hauled '. ,
; It R.Twombly) Mrs. Twombly is a "Dont let him in, but give mings I over by bull train to Jupiter on the 6th, \
little sheolof has his place surveyed and platted, to Jupiter and shipped '''from there by '
sulphur and let him start a ry north steamer.A /
and them by
after I.bODlag shipped
of Dr. A.
Vanderbilt), His steamboat via Titusville, and the J. T.
The'lIites have the same and is making great improvements. t ,
and Miss\ E. A. Davidson. They his own. and and he has a dance was given at the Cocoanut & K. W. won't get the lion's share of thefreightnot "

". ( Perfectly charmed with Rock Ledge, privilege. Great is Lake Worth, house is nearly completed Grove House on the 7th, at which there if the shippers can help it .::;.
., "' which will be planted "
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grubbed I
large area .
. .tnd.: talk of buying a winter home at Patrick is her "profit.. .RUTHVEN. with pineapples as soon as possible. was a large attendance and a good time. i SAM. -

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; ; .'.-'t'jc actor "I say, N., fell us how you L. C. OLIVER. F. T. lU'DGE.

Mb and His Continent. ;.; f.i-| if you were being led to the scaf- '

.I" OLIvER & B1.TDGE
.:,':nr n iced his'eyes to tho ceiling and, ,

"John :.:' .'-r purr at his cigar, said quietly: ,
By Max O'Rell, Author of Bull and
.,, I should feel that at last I was Dealers in
fflo Island "John Bull J ', "
fo, : i-.H hl.part. l

Etc.," and Jack Allyn. I
-- CHAPTEIt XXVL GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

Lynch law is a summary justice which, in
Jtme. Paul Blouet. Copyrighted
by ,
(fTranskipd
several of tho states, is constantly being
by Cas ell &: Co., New York, and published by
special arrangement through the American Press I dealt out to criminals who, either from tho SHINGLES AND LATHS.Sash
Association. Paul Blouet (Max O'Uell) is a remarkably insuiScisncy of tho ordinary laws, or becauseof .
clever Frenchman who has devoted I the absence of a judicial authority in the
his talents mostly to satirizing the AngloSaxonrace I -
The book from which the following extracts neighborhoxi, might escape punishment. I tGrJto Jf R..AL :
are made is his latest production and material Not the least semblance of a trial or'evcn iEXAJRtDVAR.Er:

t for it was gathered during his recent visit( of examination, as a rule, tho populaco has I

to America.) taken it into its head that certain individual
a

CHAPTER XXV.L is guilty of a crime, that suffices; he i Doors and Blinds i ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.
1
ha
was sitting; in tho smoking room of the NorthWestern spot fixed upon for his execution, and there,

Hotel Liverpool I was chattingwith without questioning or shrift, he is hanged, i. P AJrOO-TS A. JD 013 ,:S
an American fellow passenger on tho burned or shot, according to the fancy of his ,

Atlantic voyage, while admiring St. George's executioners. Sometimes the criminal is in Water
ball, which stands opposite. This magnificent prison, but the process of tho law is slow and I ReMgerators, Coolers Ice Cream Freezers

building, which serves as a palace of justice uncertain, ;and tho people fear that ho may ,

is the finest modern edifice of the En- escape justice. Again, there! may bo a chance I SC1"eenVil'Je Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
glish provinces.All of tho malefactor convincing the jury that i ,

of he is innocent this does not suit the humorof I'
heard blast
at om'we a trumpets.A
crowd rushed toward the hall and lined the enraged populaco. They attack tho POWDER AT NEW YORE PRICES
and demand tHat their be delivered ,
the 'flight of stops leading to the grand entrance prison prey 1
Heralds and lackeys! all bedizened over to them. If the governor of the f TITTJSVILJLE

with scarlet and gold, presently descendedthe prison refuses tho doors are burst open, n ....n.. -.. FLO1tiIDA.:
is seized and forthwith led '
and tho
followed : oIHcers.! Sev- prisoner
steps, by police
TROPICAL AND
eral carriages then drove up From ono of to execution. 3HLAUA11 CIGAll FACTORY SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS
It is to IMJ hoped, for tho credit of American
them there alighted a man arrayed in a scarlet Egyptian Queen Pino Slips.INDIAN .
civilization that this blot will soon be ;1. C. 8areii i'VO11FICioc.Manufacturer -
robe and erminotipIX.tmd: wearing powdered removed. I nI\r];'].: KLT' ] HI J I I.: .
Tho scarlet robe followed
vrig. by
law humors tho of fine Havana and Domestic Bone Meal l Tobacco Stems Cottonseed! .
the cortege which hail formed solemnly Lynch has its as westerners I heats CC\V Peas & (FertilizEr r

mounted the steps between the crowd which express it in tho cynical language: which Cigars. Trade supplied with line CATALOGUE MAILED FKEi: :. TEl!\I:> t'.1:-:II.
mouthed and wide is so natural to them: it is when thero has I hand made ( ods. Orders promptly tilled
stood admiration.gazing with open been a mistake made-in tho victim, and tho Factory at :Malabar. Fin. 28:] JOIIX 15. J3EACH, Indian Uivcr Nurseries East Mt'lbciUi:" ..

eyed whole thing has to bo gone over again, bo- --- ..- ... --
"What show is there going on oppositefasked
the American in tho going ton cause the wrong man has been lynched. A.Titnsyillc FEOSOHBE,
,
czsv
that so distinguishes the Yankees. Again I leave an American newspaper, Tho Florida, Ci.yd:
He was an "innocent abroad." Chicago Herald, to speak:
"Hy dear sir" 1 said to him, "it simply "Tho littlo town of St. Helens is in a fern Keeps full Vupply (>f metallic and wooden New York, Charleston & Florida Line

a judge going to try a thief or two. England ment. A party of lynchcrs entered:: it this Coffins Cases and Caskets. The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail .. .f 'i
the of
house
mcrningand went straight to
deal of
honors her criminate with a great (Standard; Time.)
Mrs Williams: to apprise her that her hrs-
parade, as you see. Funerals attended if desired. All
My American was silent for a few minutes.He band had been lynched by mistake duringthe ders executed and at or: I .
promptly reasona
was probably adding tho salaries of night.: After having expressed their regrets For Jacksonville. '
up ble rates. Embalming done. : From Jacksonviil.i :" ('. .- .
the judge the police dicers, hcrahls and tho men left to go in search of tho real
CIIEKOFI-X< via. Charleston Fri.Iar. 1, 3 1.0.1! SPM1NOF.F ,
Wo do describe ) p. Snei.a.; .1 S r l.
ushers tho lawyers' fees, the cost of tho culprit. not attempt to the I Itti-QfOIS: (TW. rimrtai-tuiii! Fri, HJnr. 8, 3 i>. m. i i CHKUoKi::*:. Tbi.rc! :. ..' .'. .
of the It is feared that ZST-ATJM: YISPSETOAPES 8LMI>OLK ( building, carriages and show generally, and: anguish poor woman. .. Tm'8..l\lr. 12. 3 m. litter* !-. Ti.nrylas. "
she ,oil1lcso her re=.son.'' I CUI.1.OKEE (via. < LsrkMon t. Fri, Mar. 15.S p. in : SUtlNtK! ::> Swaia>, .', I.. I
no doubt comparing the total with the pound JKOQUOIS (direct). Tw...., Mar. 19.J p. w.i i: c'!'EGUKLI, Tt". MUJ >:
or two stolen from hn employers by a dishonest This took place in tho year of disgrace 18SS. SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYTS3K SLMINOI.E ivi::. (:11.r1t..tol1). FrU :\1:.... 2-. :"p. m. !!' IIHH.)n,Ix <- a>. ', ..' ..
In tho days of tho "gold fever" in California C'HKKOJvhK: '(dirt -'). TII".., tIs :::6.:II f. m. i MiMIXojJ'1 i ;.'., vu\. ''.. .
clerk: for whom all this grand representation PIOXEEU AGEXCY.For :; I11OQLO1S. CLarlts.ton), Fri, Mar. fc',3 p. m. '; tlHLICOKi } -. aa. ";, ,
was takingpbco.. San Francisco was overrun by ecoandrelLsra i I H.UQIOI"l.i: '.r-d..3j .:

Nothing U more simple than; an American of tho most virulent type. Twico terms and sample copies address I ; ---- .
j For Fernandina. !' From Fenidndina.TOT -.. T
court of justice. Four walls inu vr it of dec- was the infant city mlcccd to ashes by incendiary j 'iY.

oration of any kind a few plain chairs or Hand Then thp lJ:.ttL1J citizens I CII." S.11. X.\L MAN, .' ..,,SSFEfTi'.CIajl.rtor: ).Tu"., !"....... S, ,.., p. m. "rn.\V."T: ,', -r.. ."' -
in their wrath banded themselves | DEI. WAREviiCharl.>stoKTnea., Mar.12, 3 p. BI YllI.S'a.; : Ij
benches No uniforms, no robav no wigs; no roso to- Ilanlovor I*. 0. Urerard Fla.A j I YKMASSt K (via Cliarl>ton) Tut-*., Mar. W.3 p. in. [ 1 EIJIV.H\ --M.I. aM"I' i
.l trumpets, no liveried ushers. The julo and gether in tho name cf the "Vigilance Com county, j'| DIXAWAIEYiaClarlet.tt< :)Tucs., H&r 25. 3 p. ni. '' M ML1..., .'1.i -i. i'.. ,
I the barristers are in black: frock coits. Tho mittee," and soon from: every avai :ho lamppost I UIXAWAKL, :-w.J
ushers not well dressed the barristers dsngled tho body of a ruffian By such P. 3IcXEIL, M. D., i
quito so es -
(as a rule), and that is all. treatment was the city purged of crime and ..t: .. For Information Regarding Freight and F..s>;j .o-; !.

the reign of law and order for tho first time ors his professional services to the J. A. LESMT; A c-i.t, .J.'fkscnvjiTo; T. G. F.GIK! Trsffic !ra":: .. r. ?'. 1 .' \ .
Ill France, wo nI I legion, host rather .
pay i a people of Titusville and surroundinj: J. \ STEAD.: Anent Fcrbandma.
cstablishe-.L
of judges and police officers, to Irjok after lOn L. IIOWAKD. T. I' A.. Jat"tlObVmt' F. M 1KOX3IOX:. 1 j. '. .' ,'" :
trImidne and SurgeQ.n1ctiscd
our security and never should we dream of CHAPTER XXVIL c.oun 1\'JI. I.. CXYlJi .& ('0.. General Agents Si Uroulu'3), N'rwi la'rt,.
in all ..fits branches-
helping them in the exercise; of their func As I have said elsewhere Grand View ,
cash state of the All calls left for me at .. -. -
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tions. If a crime remain wrapped in mystery Union makes its own laws. The result i 3 hotel will be attended to promptly. 36

we SlY to ourselves: "I 1 pay the police that a thing which is legal; in one stale is not !
it LJ for them to discover the criminal it is i '
necessarily legal in tho others. A..Ti. Hatch & Son ; j
not my business,'and, besides: tea profusionof Tho most curious, and those which differ STARTLING RED'YIJcrrIONQ

detective is not in my line or to m:; taste." tho laws
most, aro upon marriage and di 1>! ALLKS II I
It is not the same in the United State ,
vorce.

There public safety concerns every one. If it is easy to get married in tea United nRY frfTnIOTi11U\I'1S

The population of a town feel dishonored States, it is still moro easy to get unmarried.In ... j J --- '. --. --
by tho perpatration of a crime in their midst tho state of New York, for i instance, if I :
Everyone it on tho alert to catch tho criminal
hotel with
to
you go a a woman, and putdown
; men organize themselves iato bands to "3ir. So and So and wifo" the Hardware: : Crockery. Saddlery,
on register
:: Family F/leiSi-/ : Tito Greatest, Grandest alit! :'Iost'OIHI rfMISALE
search the: country round. An assassin is tho law looks upon you as legally married Stationery,

traffced in the woods with bloodhounds! and to that woman, but tho marriage Is not cines, Garden Set,JS,

guns, like a wild beast if he is discovered recognized as valid in some other state To

and offers! a very obstinate: i"CSis':ure, a obtain a divorce in the state of KJ.V York CT-Tur'.T_\. "'Rf1.C""RRTPS.J ; '
bullet is l lodged in his body, and the huntersgo
of
must tho
you (provo infidelity on part your
tranquilly borne again wife but just across tho Hudson, in the. Hay, Corn, Llapes F rtmzcrs.j3T OF CLOTHING
Sorn thin which is much to be blamed, I
state of New it is to b3 obtained
: Jersey, on a
( !{ li'oE:1T, FrARl: k A.
think is tho procrastination of American
proof of cruelty or incompatibility of char-
justice. By going ttie right way to work, a acter. If this is not easy enough for you,

condemned criminal may often succeed insetting take tho train to Chicago, where divorce is C. 52. SCOTT,

his case to be tried again and a*:1in. to be had for tho almost. I.tSTUItN1IAiiiiIBESSNG
asking, Known to civilized mantis now in I rntit r*: '
SALOON.If progress. T'4 k-
In cases of murder, what good can it do to The court of divorce in Chicago, called by .

keep a poor wretch, that it is decided to hang, the Americans "tho divorce mill." decided entire stock

in prison for a year or more* It is adding Ob:: I cases during the year 1SS7.This you want a clean and easy hadean \ .
torture to death penalty. As as harhereverjjave,
institution is just 03 flourishing in tho
If that were only allJonathan Ju!'t call on me nt my saloon,
I stato of Indiana as in Illinois easterners
U such a philanthropist that he jokingly: pretend that as tho trains roll into At morning, eve, or afternoon. REGARDLESS OF COSTSAntl
.
I'll cut and comb hair with
with diiTiculty makes up his mind to executea the capital of Indiana the porters cry out, your grace
To suit the face
fellow creature So when he contour tit"your ;
even legally. "Indianapolis, twenty minutes for divorce
To I'll give good ll"hamp'.o
a
you ,
has kept a in criminal whom
year prison a so that couples who may have fallen oat on The art of which is known to few.
>
bo is at bst forced to hang, he leads him to the for I
journey good.Does
can part company invite all to
secure
razor's an
: scissor's! keen
Jly sharp
my ,
the scaffold, round his neck
puts a rope ,
tho husband snoro or chew; has he adLagrecaMo My
t-hop is a ways: neat and clean,
jerks him in tho cir, arid to take
up manages breath, or a clumsy manner of And everything l'tiiare you'll find,
twelve or sixteen minutes db-patching him. his wife Docs that false suit
kissing lady wear To the taste and please the mind.
This is philanthropy with a vengeance, and hair teeth her too free
or give tongue play, And now to all who patronize intend,.
It is to I IK hoped that execution by electricity, or habitually tape up tko newspaper as soon Just come along and. bring your friends,

which! has just:: been adopted by tho governor as her husband shows signs of dropping into And I assure you I will try Overcoat or' SllitFor

of No'A York state will put r.n end to such sentimentAll these offenses are serious ones My: very Lest to :atisf v: may" .

sickening proceedings, before the aforesaid tribunals.

It b to Im hoped also that the Americanswill Without troubling to go and settle in Utah, : OTI{' .

some day do better than that. I., for my American set a harem of -
an may up legitimate I am prepared with full set of tools

part do not doubt that t11'ynl1 abolish wives. Each lawful spouse might ba a for sinking artesian well; With my one-half its original cost. These are real ahti.
death sentences: l foro very long. They are concubine outside tho state she was married -mail bet, have sunk four wells lo,"> to

too intelligent not to understand that the in, but by carefully studying the laws.of the 200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from no pretended bargain?', as I am

death sentence deters no criminal, and this different. states Jonathan could if he pleased, 80,000, to 81( ,OOO gallons per day, from determined to

for a very simple reason A crime is committed indulge in polygamy without fear of being: two inch pipes. Have also a large set, s

r under tho impulse of passion, or it has prosecuted for it. for sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wan

been premeditated In tho first case the I have read in American papers divorco ted. Having ventured in the business:: '

criminal never thinks of the punishment to cases that were really most comic. purchased tool, and successfully obtained GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT

come, ho is blinded by passion; in the second, When aill has to be administered: matters fllll11owiug' wells, I ak the patronage i

te always believes he has planned las crimein often become very mixed up as you may and influence of citizens end friends who ii

such a manner as not to l>o found out. easily: im3ine.110: are the I legitimate appreciate my efforts and who want i

To lighten this rather lugubrious subject, I well Respectfully,
children ALBERT S. MAGRUDER: Of this Great Sale. 1)0 YOLT 1U2AIJZE: THE FACT that You i ,11 f!
will terminate with a little anecdote, which Of course all thesa confusions make woik ,

has never seen: the light, and which I think is for the men of law, who naturally think Hock Led e. Get Bargains of me that will save you cents. cliino: I

too delightfully humorous and pathetic to be American legislation the finest in the world.
.xOTICI;. and dollars on every purchase ?
allowed to remain unpublished.The '
Tho city of Chicago alone pos esses seventeen f
scene was the tracking room of the I hundred and sixty-eight lawyers, all All persons having; claims against the
Siiaan 1>. Unssell late of
club in London. estate ot Bre-
; Savage
!c thriving.
\ A notorious criminal hall been hanged in What a subject for vard county. Florida.decc:1sel1. are hereby WONDER BUT
; capital an opt'Mbouffe: required to present them, properly DON'T WAIT
: the morning. Several members of the club be from of those ,
might got some Chicago divorce authenticated, within the time prescribed .
were talking of the affair, and each one described casesYhat! merry quid-pro-quosl by law., to the Honorable Minor S.
.c: what his feelings would be if he were What amusing scenes Choruses of lawyers .Ton s, County Judge of said county or

Jed to the scaffold to be hanged. choruses of lawful wives, with the refrain: to the undersigned, or this notice will As this Sale can't be kept up longer than the Goods last, and they arc I
{ During this conversation an actor, well "We are Mrs. Jonathan, tra laIn stand in bar of payment; and all per-
sr, known, but to whom managers, I scarcely "DAPPEN VS. DAPPEX.: sons indebted to said estate are requiredto going thejway of Heal], Al Bargains at

d." know why never intrust any but secondary I extracted from a Chicago paper the following make immediate settlement with the

f.: part's sat silent in an arm chair, sending up evidence full of originality and undersigned.
S. H. RAY
long. : puffs of smoke soaring to the ceiling. humor. The plaintiff is at the bar being ,
Administrator ot the estate of Susan J. Titnsville.
,'. 'Hello' there is N., who has not given his examined: Russell, deceased, Titusville, Florida, BIRNBAUM'S

4>;. :::Ul1l" *ii l one,.of the grpup, suddenlj no- Continued on Page 3. Jar. 18th, 1889. ,

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: J.'LORIDA .
: THE STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 14, 1889.r 3
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"
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1fbat !s jour husband's occupation > which i t
the
.
politician -
- 'I counsel ; of Inspire fa tho maxi of This man, whom yoa Degaa by taking for Send me 1,257' (the fruiterer this time).
the refinement. ST. LUCIE HOUSE
Sabitn31 drunkenness m-," said Mrs. some ignorant babbler, presently gives to Again the bell rings: ,:
Contemporary. America is governed by the his conversation a turn that astonishes you. Hello r"Hellol"

husband's profession. Irish. He speaks to you of Franco in a way which Indian River, Florida,
to jour The
er Germans
1re ; tho Scandinavians, all those shows you that he is conversant with all thatis "15 this the fruitererr'tIes"
.'made cigars. crowds of Having been lle-Furni.-hed is XOW
: foreigners that ,
year by year, flock going on there. The sayings and doings of .
i i iOccasionally.
tififfiA ci'r&rsf to the New
:oJ ." World to find a livelihood and Gen. "Bolaagero" are familiar to him. Ho And the scene: is repelted-lmI so on with OPEN FOR GUESTS, under the Management -
"< which America assimila.tes'
": nere counsel drew a cigar from his pocket. west to feU forests gradually and go knows tho names of tho chief members of the tho baker, thj grocer and all the lady's of it- old proprietor and owner. _
reclaim
the land French ministry. He ts: interested in M. tradespeople.There .
honor, k cue of the defendant's
"Thal", your nut the Irish pitch their tents, for the most Pasteur's researches: Ii3 bas road a review Ls a great cITort being made cow in J.A1\1Es: P All E

/itrs. it 'Erhibit A,' said tho judge part, in the large; cities, whero they congregate I' and an account of iL Ernest P 1tn's last New York Chicago and other towns to find Proprietor, '
"Jlark together and turn their rSt.
attention to book and of 3L Victorien Sardou's
other latest cut a plan to accelerate the service in restaurants -
fad Mr. Iappa 1:1 my prcfessionf.gatifloal politics. The city of New York, fcr instance, play. Ho has judicious remarks to makeupon and do a way with waiters. It is very Z.t'rt't'. Florida t.aJ t.
the wycr."Sot which has been I.
tnowledge,said Mr. Da', successively conquered by the I literature. Ho knows his Shakespeare! imp! and, tho Americans will not be baffled
scif.
to elY pen Dutch the
a English ant the -------
Yankees
is today as not ono Frenchman of his class knows Car for such a :oall matter.

dcntistP in tho hands of the Irish. New York Ls II I I neillc'. Racine, iloliere, or \?'ictolIu o. You This is how the thing is to bo dine: EACOTT & CO.
practiced as a
the real
\evcr capital of Ireland.I discover that bo is well read, this man who Tue restaurant is provided with small ,

dot professionally was in America on the 17th of March, St.Patrhk' says I como for 1 came, you was, you di u't numbered table Each table is in direct .
TITI-SYII.. .i:, n- !.,
5lrs Jappen, on your oath did not
.7yow. :; day. I remember that the Irish de- ougLt I dent know as 1 do, etc. Ho( can communiiration with the kitchen by means cf !

pJt busbaad extract six of your tcctl1f'DJppc.1 mand. to have the day oScially celebrated j give you formation about his country:::: as rails. Close at band are a certain number cf TINS SHEETIRONYORKERS.
looted timiilly around. Mr. ia New York and the .
,
3U's mayor was requestedto | useful as it is esoctI electric buttons upon which the customer sees

DaPpcn 1 l>iag;.. evidently" out of hearing, sio hoit the green tag over the City IlalL:: Ii I This samo American talks theology lIe written "betf," "mutton," "chop," -etta-

Jhisper l, lIe e.ItL This gentleman, fcr refusing to comply eta, 1. discusses, the Bible. He reads: the writings of bles." "tart." etc. He touches three four, N
"Did lie administer gas or ether cr auySo net day pronounced a "falsa patriot" and CoL TTEKING, ROOFING,
aUtraitOl' I Ingeraoll, refuting: gentleman's ideas five buttons: according to appetite, end too
I ,
1sthcuCr .
I or accepting his conclusions.: cook receives his order. And 3Iana&cturinj;: of Tin Ware.

3 sir." Tho English are always wondering why I In a word, you thought you were in the "Steak and potatoes, tomato, told, chocolate

Did he ts tract tho teeth on:) after the Americans all st'Cn to be in favor:: of homo company of an ignorant bore of a barman, cream for No. r. -All right, ready!" GALVANIZED WORK:

role, and ready! to back: the cause with I and have had hour. talk withan
Mr up yeu on" or two In an instant a tray bearing the meal appears "
t And Rjpuiriivi! 01':111 kinds
them nil their dollars. \Vhyf 1 will tell Because I intelligent and ;
"He extracts tog r. you. interesting man. upon the table, placed there witkoyt

Bad your husband any license to practice they are in hopes that, when the Irish hands When the customer bas disposed of

$adcntitr get Ireland, they will all go home. I 4 CHAPTER XXXL his food, Le touches the button marked "bin." .oettIun : 3IALV f :.-. uviir river.5'FOIL +

"I neter heard of it&e used to say: 'I Upon the strength cf a ds months' stay ia I That which strikes the European most in I, In a twinkling: the bill appears on his plate,

ciHallow yon a dollar a day. Dring ino tho America, one would hardly attempt to cle- and the assuaged American settles it at the
his first
: walk through; New York streets id KALE!
accounts every wreck: and if I ever find a liver a verdict on the political system cf the desk as be goes out. The whole thing: ia as ,
the absence of stupid faces. All are not
ciissi2 I Trill knock teeth out. country. :, simple as Ih)-sible.
your
;
net handsome, but all are intelligent looking and 50 ACRES OF LAND EDEN. .. '
"Did be Cud any: deficit in your accounts 1 ;iiink, however, that it may safely be The American complains that it Is impossible \
full of lifa The next going: that strikes him
"One Saturday night I could not balance: aCinued that the English are a freer people to Liauti or dine in lea than ten minutest
is tao well grown look! of the people Few or QUARTER OF A MILE
tie!: boo;; 1 was 13 cents short Without a than the Americans that the constitutionalI :, This e'.UiU be remedied shortly.!
no deformities. lie does not see halt
one cr
trod my Uu>land struck me in the mouth.fciofcij I had alruoat said r-puulican-monJ.rchy of If yon want a really striking sight, go to TIFUL RIVER ,'
hunchbacked: out of the ten thousand
tee:h rero knocked out swAl- England Li preferable to 'Ut authoritative! person one of the!: grant restaurants of Chicago or BEL'I I

Jored two." democracy of America. !: ha people may; meet.few haddtCti.tJ With tho: exception sight.: of the Apart old New York at lunch time. Those Americans !iiCff r I H03S3 cmltainin J ? j

the other four in court F using their knife and fork: will make .
"Rave you Thf' Ame'ri :an ("Olbti'lr! ):! u ':.,e >Mit;d from from the ronrPXkI..hk} !') n pi'1*, everything your fl::-t of Orange and Pine-Apple: Land.En i

"Yes, sir." that of the England of 1TTG. and the president seems to indicate an active strong, aeaa swim. At a little distance, tiiey look asif .
I2r, them: 'Exhibit B,' n said the jude.E.ent1l11) they were all playing the dulcimerTI.w ,
: of the United States was Liv.? toJ: with healthy people The eoastait; crossing of u ire of
the divorce ; >o Aiiiiricaus ore never still, never at ]
u-.s granted.
I a power about equal to that of George IIL races must doily tend to the improving of
rest Even when they ore sitting, they must JOSEPH HURST St. lucia FIa.O !
,: Since that date the English have advanced, the Americans, physically: and intellectually. .
CHAPTER XXVIILTbo 1 be 0:1 the move witness tho rocking chair -1:
,: and the Americans have not-politically. You see:: so many thin! mea and so many ------ -

pre-i kilt is tho most accessible citizenhthesre.it The English of the jvar of grace lv:::si would stout women that you almost! : immediately habit ..'") IOLLABS
the New World. No for them: their life tsa perpetual I .-'
Republic soon give the Queen notice to quit, if slo tookit conclude that the former Uvu in a furnace of repose

Three times a tveek: ho descends to the into her head t' ask for power wpal to activity, and the latter in cotton wooL This : motion a frantic races I r-J: BUY THE FAVORITB

ground S<'*,r drawing room and josses nn that IE'd by the president of the United and Opposite my v/inlows. at tho Richelieu ,
impression grows upon you. soon taktsthe '"f; .aST GE: 2.
hour tucking: bands with all who wish tocake would hotel ia Chicago, there; was a railway htation.
; States, it take less tine, perhaps, than form of a conviction.The ": f11.1.
his acquaintance. There cannot: boa Every ten minutes or so the local trains coma: STYLE
t'-e \e'l'i"dnTould need to gut rid of atrothe..7ae Americans do not walk umcii. It is .+

ran in the frond who does so much bantlAging : : .resident. not that tiiey are iudoleut: Far from it. It and went !:aeh time the bell announced the 1 \ : (: 31ACIIINIO.

as. tL is president of the United States. The position of this president of the United approach cf a train, 1 saw; a crowd tear along
| is because their legs; will not carry them r tp.i1OUbh. WHit il'o'i 1 nf, idtlrC t-i vi-r. t*.> Ur if drawers, 1 '
fro cater the hits House at tho hour ofthe Status is very curious. Imagine to yourselfa the path of tag station and leap into the carriages w11 iiK-ktl riot:: _".. aid a fall ""t of Attachment,

public reception as cater a church at k ITho. aster four service : taking: them by storm. By I leaving; t<|iial,, to anSiiu'T ll, i-uine ,&o) i for tlO anti up.I .
you years' disappears :: The facssof tide WeD y u meet look al>- \\,.!\I j" ('u.' ,i.,... r"
service time. I saw there negroes, market into the obscurity of private life, is no : their offices half a minute earlier, these good \\ ;k"- tnl in 'our bomo, before j>aynif nt is a

trcnca who hrlldt their baskets! in thc antechamber : Liu j 1I. htthr..t from the mata'timr, and .aV6
I
all sorts and conditions of men. It 'I V.'h0'ery features are forgotten unless on their lea.:l; Tliii: ;:: ain is a bi.iligcncc .p intel- station end saved themselves this breathless arut" profitl ;.iiles yetting ....rtjfi.-.*t..a of war-

is the most d.-aiocratic' sight imaginable.Mr. I. they have been perpetuated upon dollar bills ; Do not smile The fool (ten*lies tu, : chase rante for 3 yf'a.':. Send for te-tiraoniaI- ,

Grover Cleveland, already respected 1 i, and postage stumps. hat oa his Lead, tin mlDitb a well: fill?J I Go to the Brooklyn bridge car terminus, I Co-Il'1Ci'aiivoSowii1"' Machine Co., .

sad looked up to, thrre years ago: for his; The presidential election, which takes brain put his head into its covering : New York, about o o'clock in the afternoon. 117 Online. St., 1..Uatlc11hIt.

talents, his real and lit integrity Las seen his ;i, plate every fourth year, is the most feverish These sa-aj fanv arc pale, l1:1dO') t e There you will sea a 5ibterr like tbe storming rr \rc Par the '"reiht.( 'I2

popularity grow greater every day since he phase of tie feverish American lifa The many prematurely gray beads: The want of : of a fort.

nited his destiny trith that of tho most wUule nation becomes delirious. Several open air exercise, the dryness of the atmosphere i An American one day wrote me a note of a HAVING I t OL'G [IT THE INDIAN

charming; of America's daughters; months before tho day fired, every mind i? the suffocating: beat of the rooms, the few lines, end thus ercu.;t.l himself for his

Mrs Cleveland: is a lady of scarcely five- !preoccupied with but one thing, tbo election. vitiated air in the! houses, which seeii to have brevity ".\ word in haste: I taxe hardly RIVER BAKERY

tnd-twenty summers whose beauty bas been The newspapers are full of it, conversationhas windows only for tho purpose of letting in a time to wink." Poor fellow i only tuiab u?

B oftenscribed that would be tedious to no other subject. Passions are (let loose, little: ti ht'I'j easily explain this double phe ; it, not even tiaietov.ink; it make one: ;;i,My We will Keep fin Hand Every Day

dxcll toner on the subject. Whether Republicans ;, intrigues are on foot the most: odious calumnies nl i. : Outside certain Anglomaniac>, th he

cr Dera>crats. all tho Americans are circulated, men stop at nothing that The women of every country are unanimous ; found ia New York iiostoa aiui + i1fl.-i.:1.!: : FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES

look: upon Mrs Cleveland with tho eyes of ; nay give the victory to their party. For in pronouncing; the American men I no ono boasts of living on bs p...';!,.:": ,

tho president 1 three or four weeks prior to tho election, the kanil-voma, and as there; are few men who doD I la England, a man who ttr.... u" !'.. i ': I II Iy ETC. ALSOBottlers i

I remember having sxn one day in a comic !: country is given over to processions, meetings t taink: tike American women lovely, there I ,

paper:! a caricature representing Mrs. Cleve- banners, htump speeches, torchlight can be but one opinion en the subject: the t1"! iL'rile of giutkiu&n'" 1:1 Cii>*ago, bet i

hM I lTlu;;ia;* back: her husLuud on her marches, t te. As soon as Fato has pro- American ra-t? L a god looking rat u. Cut I 1 t '. ::;; :;OIE:> cf "loafer" of Sodawater Ginger

shoulders to the White House A caricature !(' uounced between the candidates, calm is re- that which makes tkw: charm of tho men's I I. In rift v voars' time when America has ,

has L.O value crcrnt when founded upon I I; tored, tho fray ceases L armare extended faces is not regularity of feature it is, as 1 IIV.1G:1.: inliabitants! perhaps she! will Imi 7

reality At that time: every one was unanimous 1( only in handshakings:: the vanquished! accept have already said, the intelligence written on i p.-o her ivli-as upon the Old World. Then, Ale and other Drinks ;

in saying that, if ilr. Cleveland were their defeat with as much bravery: as they them the wonderful activity which animates maybe society will tare no contempt except )

reflected president ho would in a largo 1 had displayed in the struggle; and every one them. :for tho ignorant and the idle t

measure owe the honor to his wife: goes once more about his bu:;iuuss. This activity you lrd in nil stations of life, A v"tm; man. with a very intelligent look ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT l

Urs. Cleveland! calls ber husband .':Jr. : The llagiish: have the habit of making in the financial worM, the literlryorJd, the I in f'c"a minted out to me one evening ATTENTION.

President1' Her otvu name is Frances Fol- i' themselves at boon: everywhere, but above world of politics everywhei-e. It is a fever I in a fhtt'2o drawing room, ,.

son which, it is said, her husband shortens : all in places where they pay Nothing is sorepugnant with which the whole nation is smitten. "lit L-' very rich," said my bcte+ to 1119 \ JJKLCHEU & COMPANY s
into *'Frank" in There to bs them thaso thousand and softly For a year or two after lie inherited S. ,
private. appears i to as Li tiie eyes of the worthy i>euceful Frenchlaau -

etiquett on this subject.l:1rtha Wash- !I ono little tyrannies that go by tho names of who bas not traveled, en American is a tho property he did no work, and people began PROPRIETORS F

la ton called the founder of tho xVmor- '! restrictions rules laws eta :: : to rather shun him Cat be t has just gone ,
great regulations, by lunatic, who dos nothing: like other I),.>ople.
lean republic "Gcnernl" Mrs. Hayes called ; It you would be unhampered by such, if you After all eccentricity Ls but on exaggeratedform : ; into partnership with a friend ia business, TITUSVILLE FLA.
the "!Ir. whilst Mrs. Lin freedom live iu and so b'< i i.. quite reinstated in every ono'sesteem" ''i
pnsJdest Hayes, would enjoy perfect England. of :activity but for certain people with 40FOK

colnand'lrs. Garfiolil called their respective No one doubts that England Ls the freest narrow ideas, eccentricity and madness are ---- -.-- --- --- -
.. 1 Not i Ls work Ln America
only repectabo
tlcslctnJs Abran" nnd "Jim. country on earth, not even our stanchest but one and the samo thing.; SALE
but in certain tates it is compulsory In the ,
I French republicans : I I..('tustaoa little look at Americans at r

CHAPTER X :I4. A few months before his election to tho : home, and see if I WlSron; ; in calling state of ilbisouri, for instance, any idle, improvident .

b America: the pursuit of politics a j presideney of the French Republic M. Jules American lile pure phantasmagoria; I fellow who neglects I his family or. THE GINGRAS GROVE
through ski,tl..>ss habits L- likely to bo a
liberal profession-very liberal for those vrbotake Grevy was present one evening: at a political We will begin by the private houses. i
iou of the Vicomtesso burden: to the: state, may bo sold at auction
it up. dinner in tho beautiful mau-> ; In a well appointed house you will find in a

In Amei i-:1. ai ia England, there ere two '!, do Ilainnevillo. At this epoch things : little room on the ground floor a brass plate to the highest:; bidder for a term of six AT ROCK LEDGE, :FL.C'oni .\. ,

gnat political parties; instead of being called scarcely seemed to point to tho future clevation ;; fitted with several buttons. You touch the months. This is a lav.passed twenty rearsago

Conservative i and Liberals thpere called of :'1. Urevy, and if the Orleans jMrinccs: fir t and immediately a cab drives up to your It provides also that:: after tho vagranthas >tin; of 6'j'Acres of Land ; 44

H,iublirans and Democrats The difference had displayed a little moro resolution, T L : door If you press it twice it is a two horse worked out the purchase money any Acres Under Fence, and in cultivation
other sum earned by him, at a fair compensation -
ticb exbt.between these two parties is this- Grevy would probably! never have known I cab that conies_ You touch: the second and and Lemon Tree
in
is to be applied by his purchaser to the Orange ,
Ono u b power and tries to stay in, the ether any other palace:: than the ou a iu which his ; in a minute or two there appears a messenger:
all in
payment of his debts ur the maintenance of 22: Acres in Hearing;
k out of it and tries to set in. pleadings failed to keep the magistrates : from the telegraph office to take your telegram -
his family. If, when he is free again, he returns First-class Condition.
All that is done by one is condemned in adasce l awake i i or carry a parcel or message; for you to : ,
to his bad La! ts. his fellow townsmen
<< >:
by the other, whichever the other may i After dinner, in the elegant! smoking room, any part of tho city. You touch tho third
asido and I take: tho law into their own hands. They escort For particulars apply to or inquire of
k It i is parti-otism. one of tho guests drew il. Grevy and a policeman presents himself: as if by enchantment -
him to sono public place nnd llog him
Good aloof from said to him: to know if you suspect the presence -
society keeps prudently and if that does not cure him his wife runs L.. A. (ii n"ras :Esq.
taking ,
"Well the turn things are
sir. seeing
politics nud politicianVhcn a servant announces I of burglars. You touch the fourth, and
: the risk of swing: him one line day hanging I
c politician his master whispers inks have you not enough: of the republicJM"Oa hey, presto! up dashes the tire! brigade with
tho 1 have: just returned I from some neighboring: :: tree The people Or to G. .J. GIXGKAS the Premi cs.
earJohn, lock up the plfte and: take contrary engine, fire escape and the rest of their lifesaving
will tell you, as the most Simple thing in the
rare there is nothing lying about" John, from a country where I have learned to ap1 I apparatus, and this in about the time economize atiock
world that by acting thus they
kitkfai to orders, stands sentinel in tho ball 1 predate it more. that it took! Cinderella's godmother to turn
tho of force. Rather
fcsJwh'.lo hoi olitciaa "\,hero i3 it you have:: been! to Switzer- the pumpkin into a coach. cost a police primitive IA- ZSO, I"oridn. ,
tho
sliowmg out > ,
; i this reason, it must be admitted but ia new 4 t.3mtt.
keeps landr"No Jonathan will not stop hero. Before long
ua eye on the umbrellas and over coats societies idleness is a crime and the bees
for that matter thy American democracy a little further." wo shall fro the architects of all first class
ought to have a right to drive tho drones out
,b no erccptien: to the rule To beconw a i i "Sot America1"Oh houses laying; on not cnly gas, water, the tele- of the hive FOR SALE,

Demist, you must study chemistry to becoaia !lOP.! j phono! and the electric light;: but tho operaand t c
;
I the list of
was looking ono day at engage
a lawyer you must study law; but, in "In what country can you have strengthened I church service. A landlord will advertise merits which my manager had just sent me 350 TREES, IN GROVE, a

*democracy, to bo a ixilitieian you need only so much your republican ideas: I a house to let: "Tbo opera and church for tho following week. To my stupefaction
"1 have just returned from England, replied service laid the "
CaJy your interests. Enlightened, educated, j on premises. I read,
1 bred people have no desire to bo con- M. Grevy Already tbo ladies of Chicago ere able to Uonday-Xew York. 200 Six Years Old, All Bearing.

founded with tho heroes ot tho stump, and: CHAPTER XXX do their marketing at home. "TuesdayYoungstown."WednesdayIndianapolis.. Orange Grove on Fine Hammock Land.
stand The housekeeper go:$ to her telephone and
back; the rich financiers and merchants in America. ."

Ire too busy to take up politics the senators Tho Nothing ordinary U ordinary American himself u extra rings; I ran to the office of this imperturbableYankee TWO SMIL FRAME HOUSES

.
**d "IleU J r responds the central office.
congressmen are more or less the chosen and asked him:
f the or in3rilyordinal;; "Put me in communication with 2,4S" (herbutcher's 10x12 and 15il2) Porch 22ft.
( "Is I ,
that
it reach these towns
common possible can
and
., people, good society says: lie takes liberties with hb fellow creatures
yo, thank you I prefer to stay at home." and with tho English grammar. lie murders I number so far apart in timo to give my lectures'" About 1.500 Trees in Nursery,

** B it U: that tho ground remains: clear for ears and the mother tongue of Shakospeare. f In another instant tho bell rin"lIellol" "Nothing easier," ho replied, seizing the 2.; Rearing Peach Trees, Blooming,

'I0! noisy mediocrities, and that a gentlemanly your !" railway guide "Your New York lecture 40: Lime Trees,

3 to mix himself up in politics to be- i He chews, hawks and spits; but ho has a "Hello! comes: off at 3 in the afternoon. At 5, you 7 Lemon Trees, Bearing,

rme a declasse. Ho must reach the White certain good humored brag and liveliness "Is it the butcher have a train which gets to Youngstown by 15 Plum Trees, small,

use to inspire a little respect Tho Ameri- which invite further acquaintance. "Yes""Send noon next day. There you lecture at !8. Pay 2 Apple Trees,
me two pounds of fillet of beef anda bill and send to the station 2 Pear Trees,
gentleman
has not tho least ambition to cravat and shirt front sparklo your your luggage -
fair Hb fingers, leg of mutton by 12 o'clock." before to the house where 5 Mulberry Trees.
phis name dragged in the mud, to bear diamonds.In going opera
with "Very good I Is that all?" have to As lecture Flowers, Roses, Etc. .
Jjasjjf nicknamed "Honest John, "Jolly conversation bo attacks all subjects Imaginable you speak soon as your

r; *' or what not. He takes a joke 03M with complete assurance. Ho talks "Yes""AU i is over jump into a cab and you will catch 17J ACRES OF LAND IN ALL. ..

another, but it you were to call him tall and through the nose. He does not raise right the lu O'clock tram, which will set you downat Trice 82 : OO.
>
***** Upon this the lady rings again. in time for next ,
J or "Congressman," he would have his voice much. Ho buzzes rather than Indianapolis your day's ADDRESS
;** P for defamation The4eat "Hello!r from the central office, where this cn j ment." '
of character. think
at a certain distance you you "4- ,
himself, capable and upright as hecscapo speaks hear the; droning of bagpipes. kind. of ulna; ..goes: on all day long.__ Continued on Page 6. B. REVELS, Shiloh, Florida.

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-f.;.) THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, MAR. 14, 1889. '



THE FLORIDA STAR. the Indian River would soon be'brought Fort Pierce. compelled to walk from the lake to Ju- r Notice to Taxpayers.

into cultivation, producing millions of Beautiful weather now. piter to do so, Mr. Hendrickson refusingto The tax books will close Saturday the-

PUBLISHED EVERY- THURSDAY. pounds of freight of oranges, pineapples, Mrs. Tyler has been quite sick, but ware permit transportation, save at his con- 'I 23rd day of March, A. E>. 1889, at which

ilS B. WAGER Editor 1 and Pnlsner. bananas and vegetables, and bring backin clad to note she is much better. venience. The heroine of the walking i time the list of lands on which taxes are
match Mrs. Justice of .
Philadelphia.The
return to the producers untold wealthto was due and
Mr. Beville left here a few days ago : unpaid for the year 1888, will
S1.5O: per Annum. tbis.country.. whole party covered the distance be
I placed in the hands of the
for Oak Hill, and he will bring his fami- publisherof
I am told that this Canal Companyhas through the sand in a little over two the
Entered at the Post Office at Titusville as back. I' FLORIDA STAR.
] under ly
lately reorganized new man- hours, notwithstanding it rained most of
Second-Class Matter. and they now have both pluck E. W. HALL
agement, Mr. C. R. Dobbins and mother have the time. Brother Metcalf, of the Melbourne -
and capital to push the work forward to Collector of Revenue
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor completion. Mr. Miles has recently madea moved into their Queen Ann cottage, News, was one of the pedestrians. ..

Brevard county. tour of inspection from St. Augustineto just north of Bell's creek. He and Mr. Cragin, of Philadelphia, led Important to TaxPayers.Land .

circulationof Lake Worth, accompanied by Engi- Mr. A. Bell's orange trees are covered the advance. The balance of the Doc-
The Star has the Largest neers E. S. Carthell and A. B. Wrot- owners must return to the
any paper on the East coast of Fla. with blooms, which makes next season'sprospect tor's party tarried at the head of the lake Assessor Tax
rowski,also a number of capitalists, con- a list of their lands for taxation
------- -.-- --- --- -- - sisting of George R. Harris, of Boston; look rather bright. until Mr. Hendrickson got ready to if they would avoid having their property '

SENATOR HARDEE, chairman of the A. S. Haigh; of London; John MacClellan There was a grand hop given at the transfer them, and came up on Satur- included with others on the assessment

committee appointed at the special session Allen McDonald and D. McMasters, Town-hall last Friday night. It was day's steamer. Lake Worth is attractive, rolls. The law provide that land
the of Montreal Canada. I think, if this not returned shall be assessed a."un..
of the legislature to investigate affair. The music but getting there is simply outrageous. "
company will prosecute the work with quite an enjoyable known. Blanks are provided for thii
work of the Florida Coast Line Canal vigor, they will get the hearty support of was furnished by the Fort Pierce band. No wonder many go no further than purpose, and can be had on applicationto

and Transportation Company, has calleda the entire Indian River section. The yacht Rockaway is again ready for Jupiter. Wisdom and comfort forbid the Assessors. A copy of such list

meeting of the committee, to be held TRANSPORTATION. going beyond until the much-talked-of should be preserved by the owner to be
... running on her regular trips from St.
presented to the Collector when the taxes.
the 19th
Titusville Tuesday next
at on railroad is completed.
Mims.Mr Lucie to Canning Town, carrying freight are
inst. The date during court week was Beside the visitors noted elsewhere W paid.'V. D.
B.t
Oliver, of Titusville was in Mims and passengers, and will be in commandof RN D,
selected as the most appropriate time for : Saturday. young Capt. C. R. Dobbins. A. Stiles, editor of Garden and Forest, Feb, 25, 1889. Comptroller

holding a meeting in order that citizens New York, paid us a flying visit last
and Mrs. McCormick returned TIT-WILLOW. FOR SALE.
from all parts of the county-who may Dr. ... week and was delighted with our climate,
Sealed cash bids will be
received
from afternoon. to
l\Ielbourne'Vednesday up
be here in attendance at courtmaymeet Proceedings of the County scenery and oranges, which he declaredto the 1st day of April for my heavy Sprin -
the committee and aid them in Miss Eunice Harrison spent Saturdaywith Commissioners. be the ne plus ultra of anything he had WAGON and Blooded KENTUCKY

; their investigations. the Misses Dickinson, of Aurantia. The Board convened Tuesday March seen or tested in the State. He left herewith HORSES. Parties can bid for the team

.. Miss Launie Harrison returned from the intention of visiting Dr. Witt (Horses, Harness and Wagon, or they
to with
5th, pursuant adjournment, can bid separately for either the Horse
AX EXTRA SESSION over a week's stay in Titusville Wed feld's on the island.
Messrs. Morrow, Sanders and Carter pres- Mare or Vragon. The right to reject any

Mr. Blaine, if he is correctly reported, nesday.Mrs. !.I ent, constituting a quorum. Secretary Williams, of the New Jersey and all bids: is reserved. The Wagonand

is the only Republican at the capital Boyd and Mrs.Wilkinson have returned Order No. 1-The time of settlementwith Horticultural Society, and wife are stop- Harness cost $230 three years 050The

who has made a suggestion in connectionwith ping with Mr. Williams' brother H. S. Horses: have no equal in this country
home, after a two years' stay in the Collector of Revenue was extended for speed and ambition.I .

the restoration of his party to power Georgia.The until the first Monday in May, A. Williams, of Rockledge. will also Sell at a Bargain, a Log

which looks beyond the distributionof lunch party of last Saturday eve D. 1889, and a new warrant issued to II. J. Smith, wife and two children, of Cart, Log Chains, Folding-pattern CrossCut -

the offices as spoils. the basketsnot the Collector. Pompton, N. J., are at Indian River Ho- Saw, Farming Utensils, a good Cook
was given up on account ot
The Secretary of State is quoted as say- coming from Jacksonville.Mrs. Order No. 2-Cbas. H. Nauman was tel for a few days. This is Mr. Smith's Stove, Household A. B. CH\Furniture'VFORD.etc., etc.

ing that there should be an extra sessionof Road Commissioner in third season here; Mrs. Smith's first, and
Quimby and son, Mr. Fred Quin- appointed precinct 47 Titusville. Fla.
Congress, so that the preliminarywork she wants to star.
No. 15 in place of Leonard Griffin,
of Aurantia and Mr. Quin-
by, Sydney .
of organizing and amending the F'OR SALE,
by of ChautauquT. N. Y. was in Mims declined.
,
of in order that .
be Correction.Editor
rules might disposed ,
Order No.3-S. A. Low was appointee
there may be some legislation at the first Saturday.We Road Commissioner in precinct No. 1. Florida Slur: A Handsome Gordon Setter Dog
understand that the school here
"The
session. next campaignwill
regular Order No. 4-J. C. Norwood was appointed The most excellent letter in your last
next with Congressional will be out on March 28th, and that Mims
begin year Road Commissioner in precinctNo. issue signed "Titusvillian" has been read RETRIEVER ;
elections," he is reported to have said, will lose two of its most charming young
3 in of Geo. E. Chester de-
place with much pleasure. His zeal, however,
"and we ought to make a record before ladies, Miss Nellie Elliott and Mrs. Hy. BROKEN ON QUAILHas
clined. in favor of Titusville as the terminal
that." Won First the Bench
on Address
man.We Order No. 5-The Treasurer was au- point for a proposed new line of trans-
This idea is easily] recognized as com- were pleased to see the smilingface
thorized to take from the Building Fund portation from the Indian River leads Wm. H. Pierce, Merritt, Fla.
ing from the astute political leader of of our friend Mrs. Helen Hyman,
$69.08 and place the same to the General him into an error or two which needs
the Republicans ; but is President Harrison who returned from her visit Melbourne
Fund, and this order will be his warrantfor correction. He says: "It is a well-known FOR SALE
sure that his party in the next Saturday.Mr. ,
so doing. fact that steamers can reach that portionof
Congress is united upon the main ques- and Mrs. C. C. and The Elegant
May daughter
the St. Johns
Order No. 6-The bid of Fred Houston River west of Titusvilleat
tions before the country, and ready to Miss Day, Miss Clark and Mr. Mead time of when RESIDENCE AND GROVE
for building the bridge across Sebastian a year navigation to
act them ? If he were sure, an extra -
upon returned from their visit down the riveron
Lake Poinsett is "
River for $200 accepted he an impossibility. &>
was giving a
OF L. E. IJAK\i>.
session next fall might be looked for.
the special train Sunday afternoon, bond with surities, and the Clerk is instructed far as this being a. "well-known fact," LEDGE
and left for Jacksonville ROCK FLA.
Town Council. Tuesday morn- to notify him of the acceptance. if he means Salt Lake, the exact oppositeis
Containing seven and one-third acres
Revoked That the time for the ing. Their many acquaintances regret The bills the case. From 1881, when the Lake
1. pay- their departure much. following were audited and! of land fronting on Indian River.

ment of town taxes be extended to Monday very. ordered paid : Poinsett route was first opened, until Large, Roomy Residence, elegantly

S. ............. .. ..... 1887, when the Hart & Smith Line of .
May Cth, at 12 o'clock noon, and Eau Gallic. F. Gray. .. ........ $25 00 finished. Alo a Three-room COTTAGEand

that the Collector is hereby instructed to James Pritchard...................... 65 OC steamers was abandoned, there was never outbuilding One of the moat desirable
Capt. Bennett is painting anti improving John 31. Sanders...................... 14 00 a failure of these boats making their reg_
begin the preparation of the advertise-
his house recently erected on the I). McConville......................... 50 00 I Iular trips, while the old Salt Lake route places in Rock Ledge hammock.For .
ment of the delinquent list on April 1st, Eau Gallic river. B. R. Wilson.......................... 12 00 price, terms, etc., apply to
and place it in the hands of the printernot E. B. '\ra;er...................... ...... 25 00 I was anything but satisfactory to shippers ALBERT A. TAYLOK. ('U'U.I.Lt..

later than the Gth of April, in order I Mr. Bethel Stewart and family were Dixon & Gra\* .......................... 13 39 I in point of time or rgularity. Again, the

to allow sufficient time for verificationand in our settlement on Sunday last, attend- A. J. Carter............................. 11 GO) I writer states that the line via Lake Poin- Important to Orange Growers.

divine service. James Pritchard....................... 740 00 sett to receive
ing can only expect patronageFrom
correction, so that said advertise- Robert Morrow....................... 10 00
ment can appear in the issue of the STARof The peach, pear, and other fruit trees Order No. 7-It appearing that the points south of Cocoa. So far from The undersigned have special facilities

the 11th instant, and that the sale take lately set out in this neighborhood are claim of McConville is excessive and this being a fact, the citizens of Meritt'sIsland and trade for the Sale of

place in front of the Council Chamber showing a fine new growth.Mr. that the county is not responsible for the City Point, Courtney and Hardee- STRICTLY FANCY FLORIDAFRI'IT

Monday, the Cth day of May, begin- W. H. Adams, of this place, has loss of all the goods claimed and that they ville are nearly all heartily in favor of this ,

ning at 12 o'clock noon. accepted a position as mail clerk on the were not all destroyed by order of the route. No matter what route may finally And would receive consignment of

Passed February 28, 1889. route between Melbourne and Jupiter.The County Board of Health, it is ordered be determined on, however, the same.
desired.
citizens of Rockledge and Cocoa will Inferior Fruit not
2. Resolved, That notice will hereby steamer llemona is down the liverat i that the sum of $50 be tendered to said Stencils without -
gladly co-operate to make it a success. Prompt returns. !*?nt
be given to all delinquents to appear be- present, in the employ of the agents McConville in full settlement of said charge. Reference : Chatham National

fore H. F. Atkinson, Mayor, under Section of the Indian River Steamboat Company.Mr. claim. ROCKLEDGE.lloiitlily Bank, New York City.

i 5, Article 11, to show cause why Walter Nesbitt and family, of The Board then adjourned until the : Meteorological Summary JOSEPH B. MAXFIELD & CO.,

they have not paid their road tax, which} Micco, were at Eau Gallie on Sundaylast fir Monday in April, 1889. 75-77 Park I'lacecor. Greenwich Street
of Titusville Fla., during the month of Feb.4IH
has long since been due, and if such tax ''J. New York. -11
in their steamer Fairy, calling upon
is not paid at/ once measures will be Hoc.ll'dpe.Indian .
friends. [FURNISHED"" BY TilE u. s. SIGNAL OFFICE]
taken for the collection of the same.J. River certainly has no cause to XOTI'C.I.SI .
The Rev. S. F. Gove conducted the Mean barometer, 30.201. > OFFICK. GAINESVILLE. "
MACDOXELL... services in the Eau Gallie Baptist church complain of not receiving proper notice Highest barometer, 30.43 on the 26th. March 9,1r.!). ,
Deputy Clerk. from the American Pomological Society. Lowest barometer, 29.91 on the 5th.
Notice is hereby given that tli* follow-
.. on Sunday last. A large and interested
I Beside the party mentioned in our last Monthly range of barometer, .52. ng-namcd settler has filed notice of his

The Canal Company. congregation was present.Mr. issue, a still larger number, headed by Mean temperature, 50.4. intention to make commutation proof
Highest temperature, 83, 17th and 18th in of his claim and that said
Sailor Florida Star William Treutler has been beautifying support
: W.S. Hart of Hawk's Park visited last
us Lowest temperature, 38, 7th and 8th. proof will be made before A..t. Stewart.clerk .
DEAR SIR-Of late there has been pub- the grounds about his hotel, and Tuesday, going as far south: as Rockledge, Monthly range of temperature, 45. of circuit court at Titusville. Fb.

lished in several papers of the State crit for beauty and artistic design they are and on Thursday another party, com- Greatest daily range of temperature, on Saturday, April 27, 1SSU. viVt'H-

icisms on what they term the East Coast second to none on our little river. prising in part President P. J. Berkman, 2G.Least I liam I) Owen of (;cor ilml. Fla.. hJ.Xo. .
daily of temperature, 4. 18700, for the lots 1 uul 2 of section
Canal Company, and what the said company Mr. Stewart Munn and family, of Dr. F. M. Hexamer, editor of the old o"nd Mean daily range range of temperature, 14.0. C. township 21 south and lots 3 and 1 of

teas not doing. I am nut here to of :Montreal, Canada, returned from a tripto reliable American Agriculturist"; Maj. O. :Mean daily dew point, 52.0. sec. 31. township 23 south range 37

fer any excuse for or defend said company Jupiter and LakeVorth, on the P. Rooks, of Lake county ; B. G. Smith, Mean daily relative humidity, 87.5. east. tf.1prove
He the witnesaw
but simply to "give credit to whom sharpie Bell, owned by Messrs. Hodgson Trea:5urerIr; IIexamer, Mrs. Rooks Prevailing direction ot wind northwest. names his continuous following residence; upou

credit i is due." It has recently been my Brothers. and many others. Of course, all were Total movement of wind, G,4S7 miles. mil cultivation of. said land viz. :
of wind and direction .
Highest velocity
pleasure to make a trip to Jupiter on the A special service will be held in the delighted with our section, and the only 36-north-19th. cock Mills, of: O.Horti Cotrell, Fla and; A.IrviNg L. Brunet D. III:LIMt:

St. Lucie, a boat 132 feet long and 25 Baptist church here on Sunday next. complaint was that the time was too Number of days on which 0.1 inch or Henry C. Fish of tteorgiana. Fla.

feet wide, and she made the trip hothwa's The Rev. '\". N. Chaudoin, of LaGrange, limited to do justice to the different more of precipitation fell, 14. 47 S. C. TITCKEI:. KegUtr.NOTICE i .
and some other clerical gentlemen Total 5.49 inches
successfully without touching bot- are visited. precipitation, ----- ---
expected to be present. Dedication points Number of clear days; 06. OF INCOUI'OILtTION.Notice .
tom, and is doingit regularly three timesa Cervices will be performed on the above Mr. Hart's party comprised the following Number of fair days, 9.
is berel"en; that the unkr-
week. I do know that two years ago date. Church will be opened at 10:30a. : W. S. Hart, Hawk's Park, Fla. ; Number of cloudy'days: 13. have formed forth

(before the Canal Company did any in. It is expected that a steamer will H. N. Jones, Gainesville, Fla. ; Nelson H. Datesof frosts: light, none, killing none. signed purpose persons of constructing a, companr mainiaouns:

work), it was impossible to run a boat make a trip from other points on the Parker,Nantic, Ct.; Louis Cook, Austin, II. B. HERSEY, and operating a railroad, or trawd., :r

50 feet long and 12 feet beam regularlyon river to this place. Tex. ; W. E. Tasmot, Keosauqua, Ia. ; Observer, Signal Corps. From Lake 1oinsett to Kockledge and ('it*-
.. coa, with the privilege of extending to( R
this route. If the, company would Tax Xotice. James.Gleason, Oconto, Wis. ; Geo. W. I Point, about parallel with the Indian 1U- ;.

stop just where they are, you would see I will be at the voting places on the Basher, Mankato, Minn. ; II. II. Payne, For Sale. er, through the towns of llockledge, t oc' a r

they have accomplished a wonderful dates below, for the purpose of receivingtax Warsaw, Ky. ; E. D. Farce, Springfield, Three desirable tracts of high 'ham- and City Point, Fla. The name of wd
returns : mock land, located on the east side of railroad, or tram-road, company is "P ocE-
amount of good for the benefit of trans
Eden,.........Monday, March 4th, 1889. Mo. Thursday's party consisted of P. J. East Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains ledge and Lake Poinsett Railroad Com ,
portation, and this is what Indian River St. Lucie.Tuesday. 5th, Rerkmans, N. Mclvans, W. H. Warren, 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of half a pany." The railroad ii to run from La le ,

sadly: needs. No country in Florida is Narrows,......Wednesday, 6th, AugustaGa. ; T. W. Andrews, Boston, mile on the river, about 18 acres cleared, Poinsett to 1 ockl dge and Cocoa, with "

developing more rapidly or has a greater Sebastian.Thursday, 7th, Mass. ; Benj. G. Smith, F. C. Temple, I a bearing grove and nursery of large P privilege extension City Point Point through about s
.... Kockledge, Cocoa and City ,
Malabar, Saturday, 9th, trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74-100)
future before it, with tranporta- Mass. Dr. F. M. miler 10 ;
proper ..Tu Cambridge, ; Hexamer parallel with the river, 7 to 11
Melbourne 12th with
day, acres, a frontage of five-eights of a
:. tion facilities, than this heaven-blessed Eau Gallie.Wednesday, 13th, and wife, New York City; Chas. W. mile on the river, about 6 acres cleared, length, all in Brevard County stock, Florida.CODS b; el /J.I

section. I am told that the company will Georgiana.Thursday, 14th, Hays, Brooklyn, N. Y.; G. P. O'Niel, a small grove and many trees in bearing. of The hundred company's shares capital of one hundred' dollars

double the width of their canals and Rockledge.l'ritlay, 15th, ". South Carolina; C. E. Ball, Canton, Mo.; Tract No. 3 contains 34 78.100 acres, one each-$10,000-with privilege of increasing

deepen| to six feet. God speed the work, City Point.Saturday, "IGth, J. B. King and wife, Sanford Fla. O. P. with a frontage of one-fourth of a mileon such stock to 2.0:; shares of 5lV
.Sanders, :Monday, 18th, ; the river which is about four miles in in all. The undersigned rowl** i..
each
say I. With an open water way from Titusville.Tuesday, 19th, Brooks and wife, Fruitland Park, :Fla. ; width. The immunity of this land from first Board, of Directors:

. .St. Augustine to Biscayne Bay, immigration LaGrange.Wednesday, 20th, I G. L. Tabor, Glen St. Mary, Fla. ; Wm. frost renders it not only valuable but desirable c. B. MAGarDEr,

and capital would immediately Haulover,....Thursday, 21st, Albright,Sunnyside,Fla.; Geo. F. Clark.; for fruit and winter vegetables.. II. S. WlLUAXJSLEWIS
Canaveral.Saturday, 23rd, uW. For further particulars inquire of PoWE
pour into our country, the thou- W. L. Mahon, Florida.
tenj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, R. 1*. I'ADDtSO:f,
sands and tens of thousands of acres of R. SANDERS, Dr. Cary and six of his
party came upon Alass., or of J. A. Shippie, Agt, Geor- E. P. POKCHER.
rich hammock lands along'he banks of Assessor for Brevard Co. the St. Lucie Thursday, and were giana: Fla. This March 5, .\. D. 1SS1) 413mof. -


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5rVTbatI go to the train in evening dress ,
CEDI B1RUMPII3
J eichiiaed- .Ar"tesian.: .Wc3.1 GINGKAS,
And why not ',You undress in the s1c p- S. He RAY

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Air 11
Jng car, I suppose. :

What a life I I thought these Yankees beat ATTY-AT-LAJ A n }1MARY NBLIC.i
IRRIGATION COHTRAC10RS .
.everything! Preparatory to opening up.and making; ,

Oh! that map of the United States If ,I room for mv Extensive and Varied Sncoesccr ta J. C.'Norwood and Co., Solicit i Rock Ledge, Fle.r "..1.

would have idea of good lecturing Correspondence. 1- --- ---- .
;;you: an a 1I -- --------

:tour in America, just imagine. yourself appearing TITUSVIIAE. I D L. GAULDES,

in public one day in London, the i! TITUSViLLE, FLA.I ./ rLOrtID.\.1; : .

next in Paris, the day after in Berlin, then Spiillg Stock

in Vienna, St. Petersburg, and Constantinople o J. IIcPcD: ., M ATTORHEY-AT-LAW,

to finish up the week. Then tako Teheran I I Titu:4t' lIe, Florida;

and the chief cities of Asia, and you ,_ ._ h_ ____ ____ _____ __
Hardware and
have a fair idea of the journeys. & WILLIAMS,
Hero is a little scene of American life. It I have Inaugurated; a JONES
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was told me not only without boast but as

the most: natural thing in the world, by SirL. G- AND Gen 1 Merchandise I General Produce Alto r2t$3FsaiTjftw.Titus ; .

a, Metralf. the editor of The Forum. I ville. Fl -. ..aQ.EO. .
ilr. Iletcalf: wished to have an article on i :
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CLEARANCEf I
the subject of the Mormons: for his review MERGHAHT.Melbourne. .' 31. ROBBISS,

lot one of those papers written by a man who I STORE.;

had passel through tho territory of Utah, I Florida!

but a serious study For several weeks ha i* v tr U ATTGR8EY-AT-LAm

Lad: been in correspondence with cue of the ,i1 K f'1 A. M. Hamilton & Go., TrrvsviLLF, 1r LA.

ciders of the Mormon church. C t l' !.d.ij --. -- ,-
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Jr TTTUSYILLS FLORID .
"All this l letter writing doc not advancematters A M. THRA:- HEK.

much," thought Mr. J-iotcalf to himself ...
I propose to keep I Wholesale Dealers in \ -
**ono or two hours' conveJ"ffitiol1'Duld ;r| OFFERING ENTIRE LINE OF ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW,

settle the thing." 'I ; [Indian River Oysters P O.Eox2". s. \. ;'. t :
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Two hours later ho wan in th3 train for: I: A First-Class;; Stock k .
\\ ill pr*tire in all th* r 1'.t" :-
Salt Lake City Ho probably reckonedthis WINTER luiim auil jtupivjue Cuurt.
Ji'lt-l-I
"It is only five days journey in the :
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cars, and chat is that when one sets againstit -OFG1)CERifS3- A LLEX 1:. HEY lr: =,
I Green Torlle and Game.
a good talk in the interest of the review DRESS

ilr iletcalf set out arrived: saw bad his i All onlor* will receive prompt and careful attention C. ., -- .
i ; Whither by Irgraph, Attoraej-aHsw a' A' _. .
chat, took the car again, and! came horaw"But I' .
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or person. .I.1ke\\'ortb Dtdtt l'..' ''j. ,
I timidly advanced "what became ) I!"

of tho review during all! this tuner" i GOODS : I pi6-NEER COOPERGE Will furnish Abstrac'i : i ." .

"Oh! it suffered nothing from my absence," ( I County lands.
Barrels $2.25.
'said its editor "1 installed ravself at thotsble I Syrup
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in the rar where 1 was abl 1e to carry on :I .4.t Oc>:srt. i! t
i Gauged to order ten cents extra. B. liU.k\JHFI:1..1)JCOUNTY
my work at my ease.Vhen wa slopped at R.

the stations." I tinted my letters,and sent and i DRY GOOnSg WlieeJwrZghtlng and Re}!airing.

received telegrams with as little ci lculty as SURVrYOR

in New York." ALSO A LARGE LINE OP 0.0.1.Honeytrarrels ..
Orders by mail will rrcei.t. r
pr m\
nut could you really work easily In the mm f and[ Oval Water Breakers calls in
attention a* per train f : from $?.OO up. .
SEI.OES9I .
: Address: (it>,.:; F: .
"Better, much better than at my tnvn2o&k i : t
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< :, my dear sir. there was no one to cocio I .
li<'llS' Ladies' & riiildrcns ATKD OY.
and disturb me." : all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. H.F..

I was one day relating this conversation to U, SHIRTS PANTS I 1 1I
: T. JOI!XSON,
an American journalist JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
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LnGranjje Florida.
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'You are simply wonderful you Amer AT rjJ ab rL ? tiJ a
ETC. COST.Othsr
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jeans,'" I aid to him, "you would hO to the I
third M
'anll'uuntj.; Court lay+, -t.'tjcdf .
Sandwich Islands to fetch news of the kin; 1 each month.
.ct Honolulu." ckt.k It.wi: : Eo.ueLake \ .

"Just so," he replied='I have done it.," I THE MUSIC 1 ROUSE OF FLGB1DA.
"* I I Make R/lint! !! Oil M 1nTT i I
This 1 have done itrvtt> toe tin hing U I
tr"ii;: IVortli Dado County Fhi. 1
touch ...a. .i.\. __1 -
A fellow passenger on my last trip in the Lines i
1 Sew House and Newly FurniShed.'V ,
Germanic was a Sew Yorker who, on the I Kooins ;single or in Suites. H- .B. C1JI13T= LL
morning: of the day the boat was to sail loft v T7 <
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I Save You Ioneon
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home without tae least intention cf crossingthe can f i! 1 T, EAR THE INLET. Jacksonville, Fla.

Atlantic. Having made up his mind at Purchases. ItJL 0 l 11:1 i

noon, he telegraphed to his wife "Don't ur
I will Sell and l>eltT at your renast
wait dinner, am oil: to Europe."bought a bag Best View of Lake and Ocean, station First-da
I and a few necessaries for the voyage aid
MY STOCK OF
.calmly embarked at half pa.-t:1: for Europe.
# And best Hunting and Fi-hing grounds P LL&IT OSI
Soul's
Furnishing Cecils : ;
American wives are used to this sort of :BJ" 17"'tT' ,
on.Lake Worth.Fins I
thing and think nothing: of it. II I I

(,i J1 .S i\T 11i ALSOCROCKERY Lawn shaded by monster Oaks i OR

CHAPTER S-X XII. i ; .l.H M 'rl T and Tropical Growth, both 1 I O G-.A.NS

To show the point to which intellectual ,. 1 1.1.1 Wild; and Cultivated.Try I I
GLASSWARE 1OU Ll.-S MuNEY:: : ttan ai:y ,.tilt r h",i"n ttt
activity in America I do letter ,. ,
goes cannot and will Cuitrd L* "-
uonce you come ajrain. i I t..tto. 1.tia+ea I:ia ;;: t u :rL1.Iii
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t!:::nspcs" cf the: :Juictccnj t'eutriry dab A. ".!.r..t..t. \ .II." n t i'a.r'rif J"
'nRlYIVJJJjiJll ALL N E. HEYSEll: : Proprietor.GREEN' any lout Ivan or wt.inaii, li h&al. *'.il U Let
Two or three years ago Mr'ourttanI: j t>au-taitory. I ,,"ill..j. rI1"llt I"If. 1U1.. ?i*
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Palmer one of the 1 Leading inhabitants of HARDWAR l-1i h and :1"a ninth! "11 a iTai o. ar.u *1 rJ3 t std
3LADrES' AND DRIED FRUITS, ; a month on mi Organ till i* u t">-o-C a.d
New York: --a gentleman as. nrli in in
iibshtteiriie
I mure than inhu ,
tellcctunl Attainment* as in doilai-s-conceived : r'.ol''in and slotiteitie.Si3or I iujTOhe can oars a iiisitrrii t ut. >Mid fcfHtLE
HATS ....
: AND I CATALOGUE ctu.Uiu.BK toii iet.ra.lhest
the dr.of
happy inviting his i :Mere.strings, ViehD*. &njt>i.. t friend t-) milt twice a month in his I RIBBONS, cordeoii", .nl m fact, every I..ldh Iptrnhrat
drawing mom for the pun*** of eU5'U"- I 8ma Comp'y,1Ageut that !!. nude, abet at\TJ low ii'lttetatalffuts. 'tt. !gad tor r-."...
FEATHERS 1 I .'e 'AtWH fi-*** i-l a L.
ing the :ul-trtmt I'' '.. kail 1u.Mt
invitation was Ut'lVltt'S:111 alacrity andthus I iliiaie at l') t't'lltq'f'f('Ol'H..-ik. of t b fotAl e
the club tTktrii funi .t> uf lady members ,i!I Have Commenced to Arrive. Tlicsc :,; for Bishop, Hoyt & Co' Hammock : .; and llititruWtnbi Mnic at eor*.'**. ;:*
will be added .\\ C t'lltS.111 jHi-t of&Uf l to con ta.nt1y. $) I.ind Florida Orange, ..fpicceseacb *
I D.'U min };euti'u. waturimsL i c )i)per ceLt telon piiLhL-i6 price tkwts
Citra, Florida. sheet music size, 1* etal MoN fur
The a.N.Nocuiiu' i |irxvtij.} in a manner as

simple as it l practic-ai SPRIliG DRESS\ GOODS I cataluPlt'
A. :B. Campbell Jack-tamliv, Fia.1Meutin .
Is it d "'le.11 ru r m1 I1C"P. t<> !n>v a:i even ,
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t !ingjn: :1.1..1.' : ':Meut In my mmmmi MEBGHAHDISE.1 tine l'&l'e'r.j ill 111.
business but orders tent me forany- -
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i A Mot Beautiful Line of all Embroidered thin!! kept in any store in Titus t9-A man who i is interested in hiown

plain his views before the member* of the yule will be promptly filled. welfare will l he pleaded to know thi i

l club he unites, also, an anti-socialist of !
Attention Given Florida Fruits.S
LADIES ROBtfS Special ANDREW GIBSON,
talent to answer him. ,

1 Oue('\ening la>t winter was devoted to tho !I .- N. Delaware Aye, and 2fJ Water St. Keepthe finest uy-ter': to W found! irl'
j t us111(6.
the club invited a Catholic priest, an Episcopalian V Philailolpliia, Pa.
i VALENCIEXESE LACES
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Or any Country Produce my customers lef'f-nef'-i-St'\'cuth NatM. Bank Produce
ante unless mislead ; In White and Black ;
my memory me. anagnostic' .
All were listened to attentively.and or friend- may brim Nat'l. Bank; :Mercantile Atrenm-! I ltaie,'n Jlreatl a!tray* on A<*" !.

earn had his harvest of applause. I Ladies' Silk Mitts, Gloves, Etc. to market.I or any Produce house in Philadelphia.], Also a ilrstclavBarber -ho}. a'ta'.hei:.

Thank. to the vivacity of their minds, tho --- -
j.i A large line of Corsets from t">0 cents I -
American! have a special talent for makingthe I
1' to 65.00:; each.Gentlemen's. Traveling North or South take the
l All these
miai i subjects interesting I ak for a share of the public patron

debates nrteu1i.cnt..1 with humorous re age, and come :tS a supplicant, not a

marks. anwiiotes. lla he of wit and clever I II dictator, asking for your favors.If .
S. S. Line
repartees Neellt to say that they' are conducted I I I Laundried and Unlauni courteous treatment,good allory ,

with the utmost courtesy The most !i dried Shirts.The good>aud low figures is

t the candidate for ,
tournaments .. !I most Varied Line of Gentlemen's :, public favor, '"Vi Fcrn.ac..c1.iD.Cl.: :: bo1'OVccn.Nev : .

Amen*'a.tc adept, in the use of both. I .. tra'lIat?-, bought cheap and Marked then I'm

In America such is the respect for tho 1 Low Down. elected.Agent York and Florida Boston Philadelphia and the East

opinions of others, that the wildest, most incongruous I, ,

ideas did not raise a murmur. i I I II for Chattanooga Plow Co., ,

The audience would smile and seem to say: : My Chilled Plows ami. SugarCane Sailing:

"What a droll uleal" and if the droll idea I 31111*. -

was expressed wittily th& orator was applauded FROM NEW YORK err'c"nOJI FKRNAXDINA.CENTKP I
STOCK OF GRQCERIES MER 21, 1:. R EVERY FRIDAY. : STKEET11AW. LVEKY 'JJ'lt'r'Al' '

1 saw nothing more striking during my .tt. lime Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO had r
stay in America, nothing which appeared to Wa never more complete.I RIO GRANDE '

me more hopeful for the future of the country, I the Butter If5j.re and comfortable Table. ;
; pride myself on Superior large, elegant, deep-draft wiling alternately.
than the of these crowds; of four five
sight or the best on the Coast. .
Coflee, Teas, CracKerEtc.: ., I am enabled I
hundred people men old and young, young I'
to offer the trade.I .
girls and matrons, all in fashionable evening SCHEDULE. :

dress, met together to learn something, and keep in Stock Plant's: Flour-none XOnTII- o"CS from Fernandina connecting with 5:40 p. m. train freraville. Jsek-". r i

to keep themselves posted in all the new ideas better .

of the day I have heard ladies read l
young U .h
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 3Ir.
Captain Wilder..
papers of 'their own composition at these Grits and :Meal arriving every week, STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams...................... U 1.1&11
meetings, and their discourses were as clever injuring it Fresh and Sweet. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..%. a. al't'

A*those of their. gentlemen antagonists.In ; Large Stock of and Grain at all STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams....._............. U N
short, what strikes one is the all per- Hay CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder. &C .\, 1. l
vading activity, the intellectual life led by times.
of good society as well as men. .3-Order: all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier N'a 21 E IL. dew Turk .
women ; Most close living prices made on all 4N pu 3"SpeeLil Agents are locntf at all principal point through I"Jorida. where ticket can It key u
Impossible that Truth should hide,her face ui Information obtained.
where there is such a flood of : goods in this line. Cj--tate-rooms ud berths secured in advance from Jackacnvitle and Feroacdina cfic:
in country
a aarTraini from F R. & N. li'y. ron directly to nhip'a aide at:Feruaudina.
light .a11 ,, t3 Any further information can be obtained from
To be continual pM J. }1. CUTLER Pa-nger Agent, corner Ba and Hogan street, JaciwnTiKe, Fla.
.. G. K. HUBBY, Agent, Fernatidina, Ha. '
G EO. B. BUMPH 1L H. RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent
Tho UultetT States can boast of 493 ,

F 10,000 mmiutnln feet 1 peaks light 'that :ire' more, than !I TITUS rILLE, FLA. s. 11. .'av. C H. MALLORY & CO.. General Agents>1 1 Pier 20 E. R. M YORK BfT.



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;j lli. Consumption Sards: Cared. -ilupJes, Sores Aches
and Pains.
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rtn mske 'a.co p r If any dealer ayg he has theW.L.DonglafI I NOTICE.t
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a : T(>TSinprroB-Please inform your readers that \V ien a hundred bottles of Bamparilla or ot'her A G IE fa is' D'IY Profit klling our I Shoe. without name and price stamped oi

1 t lIa.' a positive Iw timely reined u'e thousand for the above.namedBjr of hopelebsh retentions or specific fail to eradicate in-born *cioflU -_ : J WorM ALctls.for low\-e price bat!the A I the bottom, pat him dovrn as a fraud. All persons concerned take notice tfiatj

:j 4jieue.hne . (contagious Botanic Blood blood Dalm loisou) las,gained rmiernber that tiiou-B. nED .'LU'IJRl()fi(8[u-U ALI5U.U. t I j we, the under.-igncd i and their -ociate?,.

1l4toFefld ** lxntl8 of my rcmnly FREE to any sand Yktones, iu all many 6i x 102. Embo..e..t paU.-d .aas' { 1 eo. ext j1 : intend
to the
: vno bare many eeininly incurable iu non_ clasp hoMin:* 33 pa es of Cabinet&and apply to Legislature of
if will Card
,: Jrfrouf readers consumption they bend to the Blood Balm Co. pictures, sent for $LCO ,
rSlanC"8 AtUuta. Ga. mails for M25. bound afco Florida at their
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and t4 I next ses.-ion
general .
lIlt their express post oihce address. of Wondon," and be coimuctd. It is in japanceso aiorr-cco. Illustrated ci'- .l1r'3 ,'n.EE t \
Ii'd. n"*pectf 1111 y. .h e only I TRUE moon PURIFIER..Mtsser of the above I\nd EINER n n rSTYLEflI.I Ii 3 D. JI D\ for the pa -age of an Act for the following S
JLSLOCUM.: M. C. 11S1. Pearl st., New Tort G, '\". Howill'a X toad -" ? iItJ4C1 'U r. 'I LU ,. ,. .. : I!
Ga, writes: "I ( Mih"t"\jlCIakiJ1_ rr ." -t I pnrpoe:
34 ".assdct t.d nine years with ores. All tLc medi. _f 1.Ommdi. Cblo. w-" JJ.i j S t
tIiJ .i1 mI l
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ewe t-ould t. declare them
take >
did .
me a body
no Kod I then tritd B 4' cori oraterunder
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How's Tills .15 and 8 bottles cured me soun<." '.s;:.& 7;'? .-rj ii '\ !.' ;.: ttdr O O Cjo' i !:' : the name of the "Ibn ma Creek
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Vfil-on, Round Mountain t .. .,
\re offer One Hundred Qlhrs Reward for any writes; loA lidy tricud of mine Texas: ; %47 -$ 4 : OIl J lLi'Jtlc.ti Corrugated = 'C Improvement, Canal and Transit Com
troubled with
MM hurl of C*Catarrh' "h Cure that cannot bo cured by Ukiug jnnirs. and pimples on her f ice and was nee:. She took t\ t" i1iii-; i HFEI7; LAMP. :_' 'r\i .1' pall) ."
nree littles o: B. B. B. and her bkm ton atdafliOOiI \j
f. J CIIEXEY & CO.< proprietor, Toledo, O. tot .( un 1.. 'M in !-. J 2nd. For a charter to I
pimples disapj"ared, and her health ia- i-i : rrrr r.ily. Gives :, i' open >::naaa
the undersigned, have known V 3 i:1. J._. ., .
We Clienev rrond grC:1tlt. j fi .. ..J Talll"r<'" 0' : "r> lamps. i f" '., ..v Creek by dred-ring and! removitigobstruc.
15 and belie\e bun FIII /' ) ,: ,
forth lt yean erftrctly Lonortbl 1'H 4 1.:11'1': ? 6t'lt Iy kxrress: fur ,
.las Ti
in all busfnt tram-action?, and thannally BocTortli, Atlanta, Ga., xrrl.ea: ".:.vinie 1"I.to 'i43 a "o Ll\f the kilt :<' tions navigation, and J1Jake the same
rM a.; ?<> I coutiai'td 1)1 M a 1oi"ul I lia aUe to carry out any. obligations, made ty their tate, ia> (lijr"siotiYI. ru.im, Utn.ltifU drew an-ut .-- ;; :-V'i r i.'i.fr',!.-.i circularto lrl -: :: S thereby navigable! by steamboat?, and to i

firm.We t & Trni Wife1:1.1drnp'\ *h. Toledo, O. my limbs. so I cnuK hardly walk, my throatcnteriz. \van' -'. : y r -&UcuIArirj.Cincnnail.-, .-) I .' .:" dig a canal or inlet from said Banana
*d ,
TCdding. Kiunau & AUmn, wholesale drug.jrut and five tim H Jlot bi>rmirn gave u.e no bene5t i ff.'ft 't, \ 'reek into Mosquito Lagoon, thereby '
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my life -.tax one ol torture until I B \ "
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pe .
*. Toledo, OUH n. II a trial aud '.../ .."",-- : \ .' supplying aid) creek with nth anil
feurpriMnj it the :' \ water
as tteui '
i:. 1L Van Hot-ben, cashier, Toledo X i'uul ,0 may --jel. "t.-if* .I \ 1 \
uicoffive I' "
.
lark Toledo. Oiuo. bottles cured Leo X 'f tr.: :. : : ,. ;,. S thereby actually draining and reclaiming;
CaUrrh Cure i<* taken SCG C'. M XfSJ -. '' : s much land
lliU'a internally artinjj ., now overflowed and valuele.
That Hacking ; J. '" :: -
the blo.nl and Cough can be eoquickIcnred by f7 'vv4Lai
.
directly upon mucus t'ur1icof the .-S k'w
The
luloh Cure.. W. :s. haiti receive
Prie '!(. p.T bottle. guaraLtt-e it. Sold by Dixon : :, corporotion to
intern. w l. DOUCLAS'I
Gr.4j. Ttus\ill-, Els. therefor
the
Soil by all Dn1.gait H alternate sections or" public-

Will YOU suffer with I'ysIepia and Lhf'1" Com. Em q -, ( 'f I lands on either Mile of the route made-

plant IOu.: ?Sold SJuloir by Dixon Vitahz& Gray is, litusrille.miaranteed Fla.to cure E ij .: .1., ..- 11). : J' : .. $:.' -ii eo CENJLEM FOR E1.iest navigable by them for six mile, and,

Sleepier nights, made li.i.serablo by that terriWrnutrh. \1:1 1J t.a.t 'F i :> t.6 k J r ,.. -. 'I in the world. IIxaTNlrie his al-o, the submergtd lands .-(- actually

TiiifsP lli Slul"h' Cure is the remedy for you fedLl XV ,1 ".I.. S."jOO GKNTINK 1I.WJn MIOE. drained and reclaimed by them in townships -
4.OO .
HANINCWii WILT
hy Dson vt Gray Titns\ille. Fla.CiUrrh .- OF PORE GOO! J LIVE! SI >: : )'Or.ICJH FA minisKTIVAAI.I : 1'1101m lIon.I : 21 and 22 in Urevard cour-ty, Florida

curwl, 1:(:11111 and good brcata ,.'Cll*.a, I sr.ii ): c.U.l'uoi. and als the exclui\e
hy M.I lob'b Catarrh Remedy. Price 5') cuts. N.t- : 7.r'--------. -.. I S23 WOItKINGMtN's 'II nt:. > riglit"to up-
sal! inject- trt-e. SoU bv Dixon .; G" .,. T.t'l vill"! AND_ d.,& O' '.;:, '_ ":: -" ,i S'.OO AU and flt1. h 1.7.'i C' BUYS',.sButtu:(:UU'f.and Lac SIIOE3. crate barges and steamboats ill the watersso
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FOR TOP !!VE&. Fla, I I made xiavitrable by them, including
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AImostapa2atoa .
l")1'I1 <" back side or che!t. use :hiloU" Poroui'Usftr. > -! : ta L DQUClAS the right to charge toll therein and al:>

A torpid, uut1rO Ivor UeC9 eraugcs tic bole system .L.tus.lle. ,I'mrf ria.Jtiiloli's cents Sold by IanUray.. So dig-zlc.dtIatizc.a- .. j i-'.a a, I lS3 so: FOR the exclusive right to fish! for profit and

...
digested, end .g itln.h'f : ino-i r. LADIES.
plant oter in raid Banana Creek and
Sick t'ji.gli and Consumption Ca e i< sold sensitive stomach, when tae plain oil Rest ?Itf.rhl. Ile-t Style. IJest Fitting. .
Headache iv ua on u jnirantee.' It cures COl1SUDJIt.vu. cannot bo tolerated ; and by; the co:. I If taut M_>1.1 ly fir <5i iier, "rites the head of Banana River when eo
Costiveness Dixon k Gray, rita>\ille, Ila.bJou"H !nation of the oil % itIt the h'ZOPJ. \ L. nUl"GL.\S.' liKOCKTON. IASS Baited by them.
Dyspepsia Rheumatism phites is mncli more cdiacioua.Eeaarljable I
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Vitabzer is what jon need for em"Ul':1- I RonccT 310RBOW.
FOR SALE BY
Sallow Skin and Piles. lion loc<*of petite, dizzine-ts and all -.ymptnrusi as -. fi eli prc-Jcser
U.> "iei> ix l'rice 10 and 75 c'nts per LoUk. S. U. KAY,

There is no better rcmerty for these ola by I>ixon& Gray, Titnsville, Fla.S Perseus gain rapidly! irLlIeSCOTT'S tllbg It. C. J. HECTOK .1. 31. Dixux,

common diseases than TutfH Liver Cr'..i:'. Whooping Cough anl Urononitie imm EilULSION is cc1no--ledgc IL F. CJRAY,

FilL, us a trial ill prove. JL'ricc,:;c. 'G.-.y 4y.-lievfd Titiisville i>y, 8tuloli'Fla. Cure. old i/y Dixoiit Physicians to fca the Finest and Best preparation 'UcHolu'ue, Fla. F. B. SACKETT I

Sold Everywhere. in the word for the reluf end curo cf I 1---_ __ 41.ro dav8. MAX J.I'uder.and H.ECJ

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U Bro.,. 'iarrrmw la. r "". tr
Lippman .
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DISEASES EMACIATION f '"
(/' _, :' ;.11.. .P JJ( "t ,"v t P rfJJ.rielfj P. P. P. : COLDS and CSfiROKIC, COUGHS, I Iii C tf 3 0 i'iE; lU.tJiTER'S SMA .,


.: .:- .; 11..10 S' j: :' .\T1.. .:J..I.rr.<"'::,.,. awl For ulcerated a Ion? tirue throit.:I uilrtil I t
; : (: : derived benefit from it. I> Owens whorpretnt issuing out of the Circuit: Cutin
.\ : no
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M : '
) ;. -- -- -- ---- -- --- : 3 .i the Seventh Judicial .
Circuit
-" ( or }'r, :\
Brv Savannah (au. .o-
Lippruan
4' J .1 t > ,
I'r. I. : '!I I '
., t.'FAhi .... .. .: ,.3J.u.t.lLtzty. S I i in and for Brevard omnty, in iT certain
;..t': : .c- : : t.)1.1 lae that 1'. 1 1 would! cure tile, s.o Iliegiu V 7S '- ... .
; '. 1'1(.t t:".Ni' ; 'P" '! 'l'lt L.' '1:1' I f lau!e therein tJtKndilJg.htftia Le.
i : : : taking it. I have takenix iK.ttK I !-it ;<" <. I t

(small size), and I am entirely well. I feel 'rLThen : t r' i "r. Haiti and Frank S o "*n are coiupiainar v-
.
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HIl.l I I>uniel W.
t aad FrI
McQr.aig John
)
"GSGOQB"U. like a new rann, and consider P. P. I a '1.' W 'I I :
won rful and Coml'any nro deft' dant I win, >
C. Ct I: Ccrn .1 rot r'ean irerely to
iiri Ccaii medic'ne.P1"TF. ?ay :ieeial Matter in Ch: uctrtvlt at ...:"
Sent trI. i MANNING. .7 1 'r wttI cur lare and va! stop th'o iur a tiC, 5i.l then have theM return Pl
Ez.::=: Freight
\ TC'. laid.01 I ul'j' \Varr. ltd.Q Las cf UuhotdSanipIt' ar.l n.' MC.IV A i'Ai>lcAL, CIt.I outcry, to the hlgnot bidder, for en 5h.': < n
i A i .
: I Lavs nudJ !JJ dis-tfa.o of I.iUtU), the ftn>tdiyof Apnl.the9ai>.-. I -
TON c"O A 31ar : a3 1avci Life and Hair.
--.Y; :
v '- Vreea'1aftry uhykitth'n ing the first ilondsy in the bet -
"1. _._. :ITS E?zL3Pror month % ;
= Ot'ier sl/t -- fI 3 thy a.ii ihown K-m ta.j the ,
pr. i' > r>' is u
h \I FLA. Jan. 21 'si': the legal hours of-ale in front of the "
( >;TK EJL.LO .
ately lrv. Agents wcf'fad, 1..u--tc- C.. c WI) I.1/ i -nejrovnp' rbe **utii .
'h at .J -..:e -i r.--e* v nr idV% ntrnfr F.l !IHGSIGKHBSS '
free. Mt-.tioii ttL Paper.T3MPZOT. Lij.pijuin lJ 'u. Sarannah, Ga., a't Sarn7'P.ar- e &II p'-re'.. Afrs.b&IZIUJa i {u-edo.r in the town of 'iitUNviU, .r-

iz'.ant:; 1. M7Qrs:v ic.org P. P. P.::: .vCo., Li.z slJ, I'ortlnniJ,Maiua. A lile-loap: etr.uI ,-.riA'l": my remedy to \ard county, Florida, the followiue le- '
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t I I CURE the wor /CH-'j-. iutause others have Bribed real estate, to"it.U that cextaia
WATER. For the iPat eight years I have been in --:,.. f3na !"T iDU.5ra j I failed ia no re.t,:n f"ur:t now receiving acurc.I .
MADE WITH BOILING :- -: 10 at once piece or parcel (.i laud lying and Wing in
I lad health, suflcring with malaria, rheu- tr_1" b .'1 hin"FR-' endtt onf'e f.i'a tre1te and a }'nEE HOTTL&I
ia dro : ,. ) ? oar I Cf HIV IXFAM-I ItLSIEDi" lJn'e lxprc.$3 the county of Krevard, ami Matt of Fkridn.i .
matiam Dy digestion t. 'Jo'UI
pep' y, my ., ; : oud wh're tbe v<' i.101 .e !t find ioc ot.I; It c.s .'cn nlthill for a i .
.a.j > ing a two hundred }
EPPS'SGA7EFC r b- bail and my imir uii c.u'ae out. In iac .,.' S ;_;_S .' & -. .Q, .. 1\01 "'.i., 4lA..... <. ..OFperon trial, aati itJ ..1 J ) -.It. .I'I.\.hlHo; j > acretrij) '-r ( 8' '
e. infich Ii a.ny.h.vrry iurty yards! irunting ort Ictiian i lihrer t <;
I \\ u< neaily a v.-n-ck. I bad td lon kidnoyami =.. I lest ievrra -osch'TEHJ" ia n.c.nooTr.i.c.IS3PzST
I Ll.Jll' niodii'iuc, vhich tiid! niu n' u r'1\orld.1\itb all the aIbr.:. n', :: = running>i acrus-s the south end .1 1"i'ituiiber
*" mi,: W"i.a1aatnJCr'eaCQm ::to three of .
: scctkn
?- ORTXNQ.MADE t;uu d. \Vhc-a I began taking 1'. P. P., J \ '.J.Ie cf ir COf'tJ... jzJi laable art I ) twenty-ftia 1"1
-.; 1"fw .sm..lt5. In return we n! Lit you in town-hip t'nntyfiT'cwnthof( *htiirtvjx 2:
..; :0 o Jt three months nsjo, I u'as'as weak as aehllJ. t2 : A -1I'W 1\hat we &nd. to those v.'h> : cav( st4I I
/ : ,rca.it home.and alter UntlMilmha ( ta t. containing twelve act--.
rr I I have only taken fonrlittles (small '; your -\f -
0. 0 A. ,' / -- :I b cn.c your own more or 1 Jess, together -\\li\\ all avid singnht ,
S ; q i' t\ :
Yi NUfi I, and to-tlay I am a well man, and im f F' '-v T-U p-ini ma b-nc u Kl l7i .
\ ; t ...1.1' :auer the iltl' patents : tCiiicats, tel'rlitln'ults td anr.flZLLh55 .
_. hair ha "come again. I cannot recozilijiend J'.t" .5 "hich have ran out: I.fore rar..as I rf t \
!) : \ rn out it will for5 9J.with thaI thenuuto Lt-lonjring or in anywi "e
BOILING MILK. 1'. P. too higby. i. .
WITH ichx.enw, aa4 selia ( -'
\a : now \rtJt' Terms cash.
\V. F. WAKE, tr"t *S3 B# tTpajrMaj tcse- : ertaining.
r_ I tt REII.'rut ma.'hme in the w rld. 'i Marshal Montici'llo! FI,. No cipital rqur.-d. '. :, -
\ ; t ; J bnef.a,'r&cti.vs! s'vn 1 h<.. \vhwr to a j at cnc can se. IS6t SEWARD F. GUY, .'
; I \\"itnOWE., .:.;; care free the b.'-: seuin.niaa'l in the world ani lisafnc't )l"h J tt.,
fJ-.y:1 Master '
t Special Cfcantt .
l
,, ., ----- -- --- ---- -- --- 'ie uf n ore ol b'sh itt ever,1\wn to?.tht'r in Am?rics. ; .. ; r:
Uttfd"1, '1.' WorlbMr. &owin. "l:t E cfc CO., Boa 71O, AususUi, Maine. fro ;" t.Fi .; : OEOKOE: !; \I. KcFBiy, &!ieitCJr for ("I r:1'plaiDaDt
;
!
tF J_ \ _. 2 ._ r'S .f j .

'''. II. Morgan, merchant, Lake

f&TH1j&V&j-: -- :?. '- \ City, Fin., wa* taken with :l svere'ud.. -II ( srzte Jn;

\ :amended with a distressing Cough and pro Dpnl. 5:- :=____. .. ;;Jar4Le --

ftDF f.P ; into in its first S S S 5 5 t.. .. -n '14"t
:, ._ jIFE 1'r' running Consumption : : .v..'J- I 4io .' ., .1 .
5"W' 7vri '
: '. '-4.- '- -ta tHo tried many -oeafletIcough populai : ., .. .
J I- 1' (\ :; : : 1:1" ., "-
t ;_..' ..' ,4-J '. A. remedies and steadily grew \vor e.Va (Priciy Aali, 1'one Hoot, LI.-i Ptatsiniu.) : : :'..: ",:.f. '....- ,." .. Under and by virttto of an order iiu" .
: ; c
\ > reduced in flesh, had di Heulty, in CUR S ,. C"'. ; /--.1 by the Honorable Minor S. Jones, County .-
,
: .:1' Ct
.. and unable to leep. Fi : 5 4" Jud:e of ttrevnid county. Fla., maito-
; breathing \va- : '
: .d "IJ: r: _"" .JZf lIa11tri.l ]r. Kin'sW Pieoveryfor SYPHILISPrirnar ,,f.'.-- -i: :: ; ---p--- /-fj.. ; i Oil the 1st day March.. !$>V. upun tile- j
.. S -'' rr.J"J. '-'. .'- petition 011>. P. Mnith. administrator!
'
as
i I L. ;NC'' ) ZjT3 ZE3tralTrsatisscn L'on-umptiun and 1 found immediate ".- .; : ?
Stanitirdl- i,! -.r- W cf Finnk Mnith. dtremd.
:"oawl o "J.er for jn order
. ..iof Vo ,. Vrcruct Vo., L;..'. ..trvonst relief, and] lifter u:iujr about half dozen -, Sccnmlarr,Tifi Tertiary ..Thls.p.ilitic : A- to sell the lands of the saul deeeastdfor
., : of well and l has had irruption*. scrr.fihi! ant *rronlon' LrnptioK _
: : ':" ': -.tl ltiiiy. !! ;i'i&? : Rood bottlofouml J him-elf 7"I I
?. Ulcrr* and Oi 1 cre:. I;ur r.n.3tixu anti the payment ('l his debts and dbtn1J.n.-
-- -, .', t'. '' Ill) return of the di"l '. Xo other remedv til di=Ha.-''- of !\,. I 110.1' : ;,11 r.v: t',at la3rusNtcd ti<>n. I will on Jlorday.! the tirJ da.r
::' } record of o'hor Trt'J.r '! 'leMt ''i.y a.,,l surely
:.ift1& :(, t d can -how M> grand a cure- > ;; ( 3 .
,. f.fpril.. .\ D. IJ O. in IVoi uf the .
.
/ .iV i to the WOK l rf::l pow r 01 P. p. p the great
I- :7 I.p.. -. J' ) ._ :"< _f-. .. :L- I )r. KinpV New Discovery for ( (IlluirLntCeI Blood Inriiir. : ri 9. ( '('I1ft IInll-f' door! In said eouitiy. beInetli
i," : .! r .. p ( ; to do just wlutti. !1 7 w.i
... c. t.\ n. : '.... the usual hours of sale. sell atpwb-
il! ) 43_ J Trial bottle free at 1 .., 1.1.1i .. .
L___ --,- --.Lt------ ) ,; i i. il.iimed for it. SCROFULA. : lie auction to the highest bidder the forlowiupr -

,' I)ixnn & BeiiH ns* Dru :tore, Titusville.Jencv de eiilcd laiitls. Slid
>
'r -' tl:)!?rOfl FoB\.Vic.-'. I.: r .n '. K: t-pfca orq'.uxatlon. betonrng 10
);: r\'atlli.d .. t't: > tV Jictlm la an imi nrtv! in the blood r rolscirs Lumps cr Si wi,Q J lnCE. estate 01 *:lid Frank Mnith. tffea--.-d. it-
:.r\'.*or:, LuTe"1': *,t.eM! ;.rrieUortociluelauon. > Ifer Vouth.MK. dwelling. rn5nKuunicj! .rorp on the Anas, maul in said Ihevaid Count to-wit
_\ ell nnt'ful: r tttiiiT.3. Iv -' "* t3 "re.lt I.g. cr Ff for the cure of \\bi"h Use P. P P., ;
rl':. Itcontamii paH, .-*1 1'o.. iVautLul Phoebe Chcaley, Peterson, Clay: the grtato-t b'ood nu't.licn11; tartb. >il tfaeeedi 'S NOT FURNISHED Ld 1 :.,.tI X. K. i of N. 'r. 1. 5fc. a.

"... .-?. ccibo ed, fall gilt. Trice, oaly 1-0 by Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable I c:ios yer: adily to the p*>wtr cf P. P. P., Tci\\ l:*hjJl :W. South Ilanpre S5 ra.st.aml.
.--r jU. corcea'e in plain wrapper. IHns-! vouched IWby I giviig hew I:fo anti new Iftto Me. --i. To\\ii. t. i-outh
: ". I''r"*iI pcctni Tro. If .1'1 apply now. The story, the truth of which i is: Etrengtti.Fxli l WITHOUT ONE. hip lumje I iI
...Ud nathor, \Vm. If. Parker. SI. D. re. the resident* of the town : "I am 7.;: \ :1S f'I-t. containing ])0:ICH- ; Lot 47 Sec.

I .t:., COLD AND .JCvl'ELLED MEDAL old, have been troubled with kidney BLOOD fiLiJOlDiii SiVANNAH, (;:., Nov. 1, ISSS.S 10. TownJaip &:>. South Ilanpe m 'tnt. S
?':>-.) tho Nntion Mo.:;ca? clntion. years I ry 'l'hou.uul outii"rn homes mails rontaiuiniC4.COaerc4.; ; Tt'ruiscaah. Par
1.if; the PRIZE ESSAY c" KERVOUS and complaint and lamencM for many ( in!**Tror-t form ; go-arir:irEnsipcLi j'l 'J fZ,'i' _...: '" '>- "'Il.' Hue isisti nmciitH t>iucu IJsIO. chaser '
a I'.JYolCAl.DED:::TV. -. '0 :'..randacorpa yenrcould not .Ire s myself \\itbnui: i *. wncrcttw: ratifit va i:, Et.null'nit ;( -,i}l tin go-til work goes on.mi to pay fur till1?.
of _....!.tont I'h\ ici.lr" r..:n' U 'fi'ntell.! roati- ; from all and cad given up bv tt.o i'ujk-.cian'". In w>': c C3'crofl1loa3 S_ :5) !'i"ntlli Or.nns sold last year.i This March 1st. 1S>'.
ictt..ll\. by r..nl cr ia ron: -t the ctliee of iiL-lp. Now I am free pain :leers broke cut t.l! the I'zrrU :1nn.'s ,: '._' JUt uaark rrtni.)l'ur. Lou er IJrice; I). P. SJIITir
1v *: -T (, <,\*. :I.i ICAf. INsTITUTK, reiie-s., a !l am able to do all my own cf coTjjn.oa ; a ton'c' cf P. P. P. v.3procured < S S :tt'U.lt'lIh ,; ia.-icr Terui-4 ands Administrator of the ,

I\o. .} ,r''\j.: ,. .t.. I4)fl 'Mas*., iowhoraall housework. I thank Electric and Uu disease jitr,ded quickly. ; .:er 1.ldr.l"1'at'J"ill bail n s tLti, In1 attntc of Frank
- fur ,:\ice fctould beCHICHESTER'S owe my Smith.
-.1 : -l.1 i : .1. a t' ::ucd sule.
;--.J' .', Bitters for having renewed my youth ID T -
,1
.
;s-a.id> cf Hnctp yet uUi nrr.Uelith to
VTMl CM
YiI
. removed completely all di-eate and pain. I ir J } "-:' :.n.:n--: ic it niisht t -
ENGLISH 'I Try nIx| Itt!(, fit 0c.a"id 1T, at all .1 rUt 1 I : tiP: II isreugh: our etisy ateui selling.
And ia all Af>*'on* cf t; '"d' '
S.t: :! top.iy tlo\in hot nenJed. \\ e !ave
: PEf NVROYAL PILLS stores in Titusville! and on Indian River j jI alone >.nl unri\ac l, aid fc"c .t ii ctrea are 1. i'L;\ by which ITIHU'T UI ii, any XO'l'lCC.

I really wou'lortalIf 0 r"' .'rep* ottai.i ni Zn.trtitnent of any :tlc
.. ,!. tJ c:::: tul: C E it:i A I *\ vi euff'T from nnvthin? Lk<* Pvphllh. Frro- c. I'r ce, iiiakiiff either 3IONTIU.Yru To all irhcm it may CGRCcrn :
o aaJ.W-t.'l.p.n.l Advlcs to Slother filaD'ood: PI.ij<,". Ulcer- Old ?on s, I'hoinra- '
'
,. .. .. :: ..: : i.\ C" YI:.vir.v ..tV.I1.N'sz
r.t.1 ,.ill .1.Y.'r \7r.Lv\'S 'OiciNG>il.1h0'T11Jt1 .r' blood. Lo -
: twn. or di-wa-e of tbo turo gi.il
s\v ,
.
,hI.tvr CI.ck.tn'. L", o It if I'.hl fir c.'auwiaHc clljl.1in cfi..I' Take notice that by virtue ef an order
be used \htn children ore cutting teeth. relieves give P. P. 1*: a tm1!. .
.--h'. Dhmond Ai.w ,Ih .Brand... .1wlLt.u'rb-lit re4 r.- the litti'suiierer.:once; iti oduceanfitnral, P. I). 1'. Prickly Ah, PoTco P-x>f. cad Potas- "u'u. iv-uing cit of the CountiCourt of ft ant
r' Vb..n. .'t Dru=.t.. Acrrptno quiet sleep,and the Ut.ie cherub awakesas"bright ran) i-j no ?(- plte&t medicine like the many .. ) f'xl.r' S 1J etbcr. AU Jill iu it to taste. It the market. formnla >i.i ci"nil cu-ii paul iflii-tallijieiits rnnn -
iutoarlJiore as a button. i n very pleasant on Its is oa every bottle, .
... *, rmk wnrpw.af. a d:1'rf'.tf'rr soothes the Chi1.1.so! n8 the guia!.allay sail pain, thna piling a guarantee of its purity and hole- : L" rrjiuii'itv i :iu!. Coutnict Iterfe'Uy S. .lone--, County excrckinfj'Piotofejuridicticn -
, I'artklliara aa51 -f.rllf'rr..r tI. I'lla.lI.r Ji< lr':. re" ilates the bovreis,and ia the best known reiaedy CeIlel3 that co other blood parificr does give. t.t : anti TQl'ITVULE. priitcrtinff ['01'- I will, r.s the ndtninitnit 41 r -
' iter. bY rrtara DUlL HMMiO t..u- for diarrhoea, whether nriinr Iron teething or t.ut'r. from nil ru&o.Oittou or lo**.
the
'j the e-tate of late William F. 1u4ell, de-
.. ,. 1tWlflI5'.sf DrnViIJootl". t'1p manu.
.1a1etrom lADltS whoha d t.f'II1. .8W Ft.rtkchhtekem1calCcadisonS.Phul83 other cuuies. Twenty-fivec.ut4atoU 5.. LippiuanfjitureM V"r'n niMl will
the
__ re point out craw tDt .
d ofier for sale before
ai. t'r'-pnt't..r. Lijnzcau bl..dil NrtT&JI- ctn at pr.Hie eutcry, -
' ruh (I.. : r_a fine Ir.truun-ut Entity nUt! at a low the Court House door in the tows off

. IN"i UncKIcn's Arnica Salic. -VS-- -- ,- -j ;'--1--- c.l ; \\uiidfrful I bargaln'e for Fall 1 SS"U Titn.-ville, in said county on the 4th day

Vo' {AM Of The bet salve in the world for cuts, ".\" \".,"',,,\\'."i\\\\ ,\:"Ui\ ',".,' ,:il"f:1 I II. ; /" ', '... !.'-: I' 'IIl any btffr o l'rt'd. l'rkct'ILn..iy of March .\. I). lKv, thc !ame beingalej I.
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. C h brui-e* sore-, ulcers, alt rheum, fever ,':,. 'tt"Y.,.\\,, .'. .,; ,, J', ., ale l the hour ot sale
i&r as S.S--" : -\t> ". .0 i ..,,...11., '1 hz.//, :: Rcjueetl Notice tbc e jFC'IAL day, V,,; b BC 2ttJg1 horw, tetter chapped hand", chilblains) f 0" i2 CnF; U-: all the oloretl property of the estateof -

,{ L: .- n> :". t ::_5 r wiiu ::li',Ll 1 ';." : > ,.i I.. :'t.0. corn and all kin eruption- and j Io-i- A i:: ..;: ':1':., ''i ) the paidVilliarn 1-. llu-pell: deceased,
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r. : .; I 'J-"r.: .1."" .ll ZS) lively cures piles or no: pay required ,o."t".:-r I. /A'4-. ::' -;/":,:/ Crr'q= Piano Only $23 to-wit : 'All! the cne undivided one-half partor

- \ '. qC fi' ;' -.-c- -* to give erfct atiJ'if:1C- != '" .i- r 'o/ & ; share of in and to the followingder.crikd
It
; : 1.4f'm ( ., H guaranteed [ ? 71 o..u.\'t. Y : nir & :'T5!n.eSi ,
W'_ _. : I I J rftindetl.l Price 25 cent- "f ? .,\ Wwfti: : _. Pul' parcel- land situate and
, '" II '.V '' It..1\ .- .l tion or monoy \HOW < ')!- y 4 4jnarll.utop pieces or lyin-

' L. ..\." L" ._.; 1.,1.-. Li&SSP. .I-e ...ita I per box. For wile by all drug stores in ::; ':.,\.. PURIFlU'v _. "V.- ( .- -vvevt Turiv. CatalOsjue Price, &tou.GnaJ5" being in the county of Brevard and State

1.1lt.i.S, ( ,".'r..ti.t.L.... !/..., ''tt.--; ._:. ..: ..ll"oJ' ( .: Titusvillf, and on Indian Iliver. ----=;-----v.lil.,1 9 A I'u.. I''C- 'i'f'M .= : Q gan Only $65 of Florida, to-wit: Let one (It i, of section

1 ;'. ,-. I". (;. 1 :.;.11 r I ,s.f Lr _,.' .:. -- -- ---- -: CHI"LS & FE'R.. m. Four Fi-ts I Uccvlll *tops-C }tifKT*- 10: Township I 3-3, south of I:1nEC10 east, .

; : 1'Jt t..us '. = IIa.i3oa <:1 G.ult Price containing oO acres; also 20 acres known as -
: ,S t O.GtooCoverfnGtructortWisfc3ooi
.i' ,. : 'I :: t' : .-, .oll::: HINDERCORNSCONSUMPTIVE. b. 1i. 1'l gue
::5 : : S 1tI. & ? the southern of the Park Place
C portion .
alt l\ln. Fn'nnI ,
,ill." d. ,.! (t, '1 I: ':! :. ...Ll 1.Ijj,.'L 'rhs rmly JIIT1t"f"'11re for C rn"- Stnps iizsc..x.cco.'t. lA :, :
s t'S. I romtorHotheted.1k. at Lrngi.t& .. s" Township S(;. 1an'eIl, section 7, fronting "
; .,. s.g :u. ., I. ,",0WVtu.uuU ,! "4I. I., f4t.l. uo "t a orCUHTIS and aU Freight Paid.
\ \u. *,t.it..:,1. <. fX-t"- :J( ;1' ,t.jjT. on Indian River, the southeast corner commencing -
L", 1 15u ;\ ." ,. fKh/r zpcc 'J Qrn j.i-l u* "L'rtlr.. "
ITai, ..itofl. lronohitl% >ntf InoiarertJi tw ff,.t>, t. t ;, : &< '* h rV'i u. rEX ORAXD :i.lKKK\ on said river thence runningwestwanlly -

: PUBUSHIttC CO. I I. PARKER'S, OINC ER.. "W&\ntilnS3S! %l';i'J"tf I "f'h.i' :';""." ,::' 'Z : 39) D'/ercti S/'a Cut Mol aU buy,*. K'nlefo. to the west back line; theocenorthward'ly

PHILADELPHIA !i tr th mdSct37e" ntttrit n. Take 111 Uiuu iuc. wid $LOa '.,/llllJ/I/.1It:;.."\ .4 'S'_ ,: .- h!.'l>f/tie.<,.';'rj:-;'$, taut FrfC Copj: vj u;,' sew ; thencecatwardly J to the river a

-- I ''"* ;; : .-. .,".. -. 1".1.1'f :h'r I .;.-2 P.4" jiiiJ.fl.3 wJ .' ..:, ; theme southwardly to the beginnintr, ro .
aJiicJi.LIPPMAN'S .
; \ "IT iJf(11lJ, .
lis contain twentv acres.
JIJHESIPAINS I The Indian River fountrj I UEME .:BEn 4 Term cah. Iurcbascr |:1 'S for tide.

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;, Second Edition (revie41)I of the IJrc1 PYRAFU8E OCR OUR EASY LOW PRICED.TER5IS. J. T. DA\"ljp. .

GoUGHSjBoiDSAehin 1 yard County Pamphlet, I 18ft9, jti!t i issued ; 13 CALLED TUB ONE PRICE ONLY Administrator of the estate of William. F,. .

:'descriptive of the Inflian Riycr country : Wonderful Chill and Fever hANDSOME OUTf'ITS. Bu ell, (lecea12..1,.
Sidm and lUck, Hip, EMn.y and Ttenne Climate of Expsller BEST IXSTRUlKiTe.AfIj .
a1Q. it Health and dcwription j This sale postponed by order of thc-
Rheumatic WeakeningBeliere4in I S
ScUtie- Sharp anti It cnroa the chill and fever tones cp the strra.
u.pI, one raiuat b/ the Cnrticnr An- ; places. 70 pages, with map I| givoa an appetite, brinsinsssUwcgthana tcalUilo the 1: DYS'TRIAI FREIGHT Pr County Judge to the first day of April

SS P1ater. The tnt and only InaUnuneom t Free on application, with stamps for iI i sufferer.j A.D.1SSO. S
T.IOXEY SAVEO; I.LUDE'3&BALn .
PMn.kuiinjr. .. C5 cent Ave
trngtbentn tr ;
= pl Dated this 3Iarch 1st 1SS9.
:$1.00. At dro ; ,. or of POTTER Daco .UU.WIC'U"'o. pontage to i j Lippman Urothers WholdJale Druggists, : -

Boston. I A. I* HATCH, j sole manufacturers and proprietors, Lipp. ; j WALTER S. GCAUAU.. .

bUe he&d.. cbaned and 011: akin curf11 YLA.S block Savannah Ga. l riHEEH ommIsIioneri ett" :
bJ- I4"C&4 &u.P. CITY POINT, mann CL'SX: hQUSE. SA!; j 2


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8': : THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 14, 1889. ,

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LOCAL, LACONICS. -Mr. Geo. W. Morten and wife, who I River Steamboat Co. We are informed -

-Local advertisements are ten cents are so cozily encamped about half mile< Captain L. has two gold medals and a

line. south of Titusville on the Delespine gold watch and chain in his possessionnot -

per Grant, have their newly-rigged sailboat mentioning other testimonials-as .
E.. P. Branch of Melbourne
Mr.
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ready for a trip to Banana River, and rewards for rescuing many persons froma

in town Tuesday.Mr. they will start sometime this week. watery grave. The citizens_ of Savan-

George Magruder, of Oak Hill, County School Superintendent Sams, nah presented him with the gold watch

was in town yesterday. accompanied by Prof. Schell and :Miss and chain ; the DeBary Steamship Co.

-Circuit Court convenes next Monday Katie Paddison, started for DeFuniak presented one of the gold medals, and The Peoples'sOn Cash Bazar

morning for the spring term. Springs last Saturday morning to attend Bishop Gross, of Georgia, presented the
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-Mr. C. C. Curtis arrived here on the Teachers' Institute and Association, other. The watch and chain was pre-

Saturday from his place down the river. which commenced on Monday morning sented to him for his bravery in rescuing

-Major Magruder, of Rock Ledge,was -One of Mr. J. E. Gruber's children from children

in town last night. was bitten by a dog last week. The an- who had fallen overboard into the Corner next to Railway Depot Titusville.
imal had been with sea. It is said that Capt. Lee has saved ,
-"Red Rooster"-the greatest 6-cenl always so pleasant
the children that the allowed fourteen persons from drowning.
Cigar in America-is sold at J. Birn parents .. For Cash-Button hole twist, lc., full 100 .d.; black silk thread 3c.; spool cot-
them to with him without
baum's.Mr.. play thoughtof For Sale, ton 2c.; best brass pins 4c.; American pins l\c. pkg.; socks 4c. up; good note paper,
.' and Mrs.-Williams, of Rochester danger. The little fellow is recovering An excellent Sailing Flat-bottom Boat, 6 sheets, lc.; black ink 3c.; best machine oil 3c.; hammocks SOc. to$1:32; sci ors 4c

:Mrs. L. H. rapidly. 23 feet long, beam S feet, draws 14 to 32c.; whisk brooms 5c.; suspenders, 12 to 20 c.; Island] City knitting cotton 2c.;
N. Y., are stopping at Flannel Shirts from 75c. to $1.25 crochet bed button bustles
-Miss M. Murphy of Point Caswell,, inches of water with brick ballast under ; quilts, spreads, ,cU-
Decker's. ceiling. Sloop-rig, with new sails of 8oz. tionery, blacking brushes, towels, napkins, cartridges, in fact, anything you want,
N. C., who has been spending a few at the People's Cash Bazaar cheaper than ever bought before.
-The new city wharf was quite a favorite duck. Boat in first-class order throughout. you
promenade for many last Sunday weeks with Captain and Mrs. Paddison, For further particulars enquire at Men's Undershirts, from 20c. to 40c.Fa .
of this place, returned to her home to- the STAR office. 44For
afternoon.
day. She made a great many friends T
Messrs. Martin, W. I. Metcalf and while here who hope to see her in Titusville Sale.

N. Downey, of :Melbourne, were in town again at some future period. Millinery, Dr Making, Fancy Goods
ou Monday. and Notion E..tablishmenf on Washington -
-The orange crop of Indian River is Av., Titusville, Fla. A well established -
to ,
Money I Money Money moving off nicely now, and if shipping. business, clean stock, neat and well

loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins : continues for a couple of weeks more appointed store2stories. Will be disposed -

& Graham, Titusville.Mr. like it has for two weeks past, the crop of on reasonable terms. Long
ground ]lea moderate rent. Suitable GUC AB.A.ya
E. M. Goodall, with his trim will be almost entirely marketed. Every reasons will be given for selling. AddressP. ,

little craft, has been anchored at this grower receives good prices now, which 0. Box 244, Titusville, Fla.
place the past few day makes them look happy and contented.Wouldn't (Formerly of the firm of Huckabay & IJudge.: )

-River Fronts for sale on easy terms it pay some good practical -

for cash. See A. V. Hi;cock, Georgiana, men, with a knowledge of ice-forming Will PeFurniture a Large Stock: of

Fla. He means business. machinery, to take charge of the factory

-Mrs. Stilton, of Ansonia, Conn., arrived at this place and supply this section with

here yesterday afternoon, on a I I ice? There is a demand for all the factory ,I o LwtaGyr and BeddingIn

visit to her friend, Mrs* Lowden. could supply-all that seems to be ROYAL sotuTmrvspt awe1 )

-Oyster shell lime of A 1 quality is lacking is the man who knows something .J
about the business. their old stand and solicits the of all ]his
offered for sale by J. S. Watson of El :"! ffi)? ;) f'.1.,; January at patronage:
Dora. Price furnished on application. -Miss Emma Thursby, the noted sinker friends on the river. :.6

-Several large schooners and sharpie- is spending the winter in South Florida ,:
and we ]learn is visiting friends e "
on
have down the river
rigged sailboats gone
1 Z WE CALL THE ATTENTION
Merritt's Iland.IiS'i is nieceof
loaded with freight and .lumber this Thun-by a ,.
I Mr. L. P. Thursby, who owns a beau 't
.week. Of the people of Indian River to our stock of Good,
tiful home and at Blue
-The Mayor is taking active steps toward ; orange grove which we are offering at very close margin.
Spring, on the St. Johns River, only] a ,remake of f
all those who have failed to pay a specialty
short distance from Orange City. -

their commutation for working the -Mr. J. A. Dur>t left Thursday for KII4G
streets. Groceries Grain and Flour
-A card 0 received from Mr. Batchelder City Point, where he will sink an artesian Hay :
well for :Mr.:\ A. Faber. We haveno l
the piano tuner, from Orange City, .
doubt but he will strike fresh waterat We I stock ofJEHT'S !
states positively that he will arrive at On which we will give special inducements. carry a large
that point. Mr. Durst has made a POWDER
Titusville the last of this week. HATS AND CAPS ETC.
great many friends during his prolongedstay FURNISHING 1 GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, c

-General Buffington, Mrs. Ridder in Titusville, among whom he has shoes will find it to
Pure. Which we are offering low figures. Those needing greatly f
Ridder of Eau Claire, Absolutely
Grace
and Miss ,
been missed since his departure for City their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low. 1
Wis., arrived here on Tuesday afternoon, Point. Tins powder >varies. A uiirvel of purity, We will be pleased) to quote prices at any time. J
and wliolesomenesa. More economical
and are stopping at the Grand View. -To give some idea of the amount of strength than:the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short E. L. BR..A.D"Y"
-Mr. L. E. Barker, general freight business done by some of our merchantsit \eiKht, ilnm or 1hoiphat powders. Sold only incan 1
the J. T. & K. W. Railway ,. Royal Baking Powder Cn. 10' Wall Street, .
agent for is only necessary to state that on one New York. -_
of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Barker, spenta day last week several of their freight bills --- n_ __ I :
BOBBINS & GRAHAM
few days at the Grand View Hotel last amounted to over six hundred dollars. F02.Sa1e, ,
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week. i Mr. E. L. Brady led the list with $234 ANAssortment

-Mr. George Bristol, of Palm Beach, on one day. Messrs. Oliver& Budge and
of Guns
who has been spending a couple of weeks Mr. G. B. Rumph were each only a little 1I
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.
with relatives at DeLand, has returnedto behind this amount. Breech and Muzzle-loading, at cost, to s

his bachelor home on the east:;; shore of -Captain R. P. Paddison and a partyof close out stock.R. t

Lake Worth. wealthy capitalists returned on Thurs-
C. SCRIMSEOUR t
-For Sale, the comfortable cruising day from an extended trip to various LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

sloop Sheila, 25 feet long, 10 feet beam. places down the river, where they had TAXIDERMIST, TITUSVILLE.
Has lately been overhauled and is in been collecting reliable information and 44.4 w Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent. ,
,AGENTS\VATSTEL (Only f 1..5'J l
first-class condition. Apply to Thomas statistics on important subjects, which Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent

Mitchell, Titusville.Mr. were very satisfactory. Captain Paddison EARTH SEA ADD SKY in twelve months. ,

left to-day for New York, and will Residence lots in Titusville from 820 to $1000. '
is
Decker -
L. R. rapidly completing ')r Marvels of the Universe;a graphic description of up _
Messrs. Turner be absent about two or three weeks. the wonderful things in Nature;thrilling adventureson Business lots from $250 to $2,500.
the store for
: new Land and Sea-renowned discoveries of Treat explorers.
Published in English and German. 862 pages,
& Gardner. As soon as the building is -"The Doctor of Alcantara, an operain 5S: illustrations A GREAT BOOK TO SELL. Illus-

completed the new firm expect to displaya three parts, has been decided on by a trued FORSllKE circulars&and McJIAKl.V extra terms ,to Cincinnati.agents FREE.O. Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands 1\

large stock of new goods. number of our young ladies and gentlemen. -

: -Mr. J. B. Terry, of Southold, L. I., The caste of characters has been fi PERFECTCOFFEE More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every 1

is now on Indian River, arriving here made, and it is hoped it can be given on A new invention MAKER.for making county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable f
Coffee and Tea better than any. and Cedar Timber SI Acre and i
the boards sometime during the coming Growing-Pine, Cypress price per
Mr. is inter-
last Thursday. Terry quite thing now in use; saves}{of the
month. Most all of the airs of this Coffee and can be used with any upwards.P. .
ested in Indian Riyer, having investments operaare Coffee or Tea Pot. Sample will be
and it is to be lo- sent by mail for twenty cents in 0. Box 250 Titusville Florida. (
at several different places. pretty, as given by stamps. Aerenta Wanted to ,
cal talent it should be send for full particulars of this (
liberally patron and other fast selling articles.
-Orange wraps Orange wraps I Ii ized by our citizens. ForsheeA McMakin,Clnclnnatlo.)
A. A. STEWART GEO. M. ROBBINS WALTER S. GRAHAM. ;
1,500 reams orange wraps, all sizes, for ,
i i sale cheaper than ever sold on Indian -Rev. Samuel Benedict, of Cincinnati GRAND VIEW HOTEL Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. :31. D"J 1
who held service at St. Gabriel's Epis- ti
River. Must close out our stock. T. ,
copal church, last Sunday, will officiateat BREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY. :
Hatchett & Co., Titusville, :Fla.J. Cocoa on Sunday, and may, perhaps, TITUSVILLE, FLA.The .

i A. Durst, of Crescent City, the visit Jupiter ere he leaves our river. He Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands In Bre- -j

pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor- is a relative of the Messrs. Clevelands, ward county, Florida. (

ida, is now operating in City Point, of Merritt's Island, whom he will doubtless most centrally locate Hotel in City.

r where all correspondence may be addressed visit during his stay here. Mr. Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .

' and information be obtained Benedict came to Florida for the benefitof NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN 2BO Titusville Fla.
tlI
-Telegraph advices from New York his throat, which troubles him in EVERY RESPECT. i Mi ***" "" """ _! ___ -

ou Tuesday, announced a drop in the addressing an assembly, and he notices Open all the year round. Table Unsur 11.157" R'S SALE. 1

orange market of about 75 cents per box quite an improvement during the few passed. Bath Rooms Free. PORTER & POTTER Under and by virtue of a decree ruing r|
of the Seventh Judicial -
out of the Circuit Court
for fancy brights,and 25 cents for russets. weeks he has been here. Rates, $2.5O: & $3.00 per pajSPECIAL -. I Circuit of Florida,in and for Hreranl F'

This will, probably, only be temporary. -Captain C. F. Fisher returned last county, in a certain cause therein depending /0'
i RATES PER WEEK.
i iIr.
wherein James T. Small is complainant a
-:\ J. Birnbaum has added another river JllfLLER Real Estate Dealers and Jude D. Traflbrd and Alfred II. r*
r : J. .g. Proprietor. ,
Master U
great attraction to his store for the men, Traflbrd are defendants, I will, as
New York. Mr. Connor was formerly a in Chancery, bell at public outcry to tM ?.]
and that is stand containing a fine
a cigar J. PRITCIIARD,President.
partner in business with Mr. Jay Gould, W.1.. BROWN,Cashier. Lake Worth, Dade Co., Tla.: highest and best bidder, for cash, on Men- &
supply of all kinds of cigars, cigarettes, day, the first day of April, the same bein? m&the
etc. Try his five-cent cigar and give your of stock fame; he'also owns an orange ,: first )Monday the month and a legal |n
of it. grove near New Smyrna. Mr. and :Mrs.:\ INDIAN RIVER BANK. sale day, between the leral bOlus of foak,
opinion Connor only went as far as Jupiter Narrows POll SALE.A .- I I| in front of the Court House door in the town 1

-Mr. L. C. Oliver has sold the little a$ their trip on the Indian River ina Titusville, Florida.A tract of land on Indian Iliver in the of Titusville, Florida, the following de

steamer Cleo to the Indian River Steam sailboat was rather unexpected-they GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- county of Brevard J consisting of 88 scribed(1) of Block real estate"L," ,and to-wit the: wet All of half lot of one lot
it being lot 0.3 and south half ,
boat Company. As soon as the new flues having started from the Hillsborough SACTED. acres; 1 I. one (1)of block eleven ((11), said lot being
of the northeast quarter of section 35
are placed in the boiler of this little craft with the steam-yacht Vera, but the Exchange bought and sold. Special and and lot No. 3, being the : situate in the town of Titu. ville, and are the ,
southwestquar-I shown
prompt attention given to collections. Loans more clearly and particularly! on t
fehc will return to her-route from Melbourne launch stuck in the Haulover coming negotiated on first mortgage for Savings ter of the northwest quarter of section ::i of said town of Titusville made by

to Jupiter.Mr. down, hence they had to "do" the river est Banks allowed, Corporations on time deposits.Individuals.. Inter- 36, both in township 31 south, range: 39 one map J. Francis LeBaron.and now on record' ,
east. This is a very desirable piece of ( in the Clerks' office of Brevard county I
the schooner Ellie whichwas
V. J. Stewart,of Jacksonville, down here on Advances made upon available collateral. hammock, soil of rich quality, suitablefor I Florida, together with all the appurtenances ,
,representing and collecting! exhibits forth quite as pleasant as the steam-launch.] Approved Drafts on business all parts paperdiscounted.of Europe. the raising of all tropical fruits. Is thereunto belonging or in any wi..e ap-

of the Sub-Tropical de. "-Captain W. G. Leea popular steam Business done Jacksonville rates. situated at the Narrows, near Enos post- !I pertaining. Terms cash.
department Every favor, consistent with sound office. Will sell cheap for cash. For Dated this 23rd day of February, A. 1'-
volt d to the use of the colored people, is boat captain, arrived here.from Jacksonville banking, cheerfully extended. particulars address 1889.

in town' for a.few days' work among, his last week, in answer to a call from Jacksonville CORRESPONDENTS Fla." ; The:Bank Seaboard of Jacksonville National, .E. M. LOW, WALTERS. GRAHAM.

brotllr n. Captain Watson, manager of the Indian Bank,New York. 23 Sept. 3. Brockton. Mass. Master in Chancery, Brevard Co., Fla.




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